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ckSciitMbta XifiieS lIHtttllel 0 lr m A ROUND OP TALK l ft ftIU7JR ftJUUU ff t T itSHINtt It t iJi11lAtlrMtaOt the aniblnatbats a2lemin t OB tkrl1erfar away lf An I kinder fir to wfshln I was where theaters swish Fer It the Lord made fi8hIflSWhya tiller orter flshj i W thbllItb edutvrnstytoWi1 IJklm feel the flib aDitin See tu cork ti oln dpnI oIjcMa falltf wUhln I waa where the waters Hwiflh F4K11ttbe Lord madabIniWhys feller orter Qih fL FnkISta ton C LRo Mr AMc MElroypi this p1ace has pipedb credit of beinglmost an octogenarian and it has come about in a rather peculiar man ne r In appearance and activity Mr IVIcEkoy Plight well rank with the youths of this country and the fact that Jkte isclassed I amomg the old pebpleI is due to hi propensity for relating inci fdents of the long ago Mr walkingenbyftatters and incidents which pc rea in and about Springfield yand sixty and sometimes a htindred years ago efacttbathecsn relate incidents with o much accuracy and attend on to derails will lead th1zstenerb j believe that hewas on the facdth I seventy yearsbackfWith his fund of anecdote and remines cences Mr McElroy is always interesting and his memory of gatberedflQhitown in the past is remarkable usYThisiS the farmers 0busy season nearly always b Cliha lifrdand rains have kept the groundI hi suchcondition that it has J impossible 5to do any plow g until within the last week ttnd nOW everybody is trying to catchup Toudgefrom the nuin tier of tobacco feeds being seededj and ground J being prepared dications are that there will be full creageotobaccp planted in the county this year The chances are that there will also bea large crpjp cf corn planted this year This is but natural on account of the partial failure that crop last season and th consequent high prices prevail ing now i AkD ETTER Horse dealers and Land stockmen generally express the opinion that there is to be decided advance iin prices for horses the demand being active already Horses have teen dull and low all winter but the southern market has opened up now and there are a ood many horse buyers in the eld and good sound horses ndw command good prices The de m and for fancy Animals has al ways held up and the owner of a strictly fancy horse such as are wanted in the Eat cail command a good figure for the animal tf a rAiLTiNG The promoters l1Lof the various free rural niail delivery routes as proposed throughout the county are ap pearently awaiting developer ments Petitidhfhave been for warded for some of the routes lajidln those cases there iis oth- ing to be done but to await devel J6pments In the case pf the proposed route out through the3 MoThtire neighbprhopd cpnsid erable qpppsition has been de j ndtbotonia Washington and nov sim plyresting on their Oars arid patjently waiting ipr something to be done by the wi e heads at wb9selmovements low A route about which there is no opposition from bht people interested takes in a sec tion of the county nbrthwesfc of Springflell including some pi the Poortown and Valley Hill neighbJrhppds The petition for th3t43 lias ben prepared i cfV X rnandbeingi established in the due course of time C A fOOD TtING l German Syruji lrq spec a prescriptipn of Efr A RosChi acelebrated Germun Pliysician iinals vickppwledged n bamni ti most fortunate discoveries in MecJiciije in quickly cures CoQKhs 0old3anJall Lung trjyublefe of ibe severest nature fe uovingij as it does the cause uf mw liffeciion and leaving the iiS iuic strong and healthy icpDuitipnj It 15 ribtan experi mental medicinij butt has stood thB lest of years giving satisfac timi In every case which its raqtdly increasing sale every s asou confirms TwP million bottles sold annually Bpsohees German syrup was introduced in the United States in 1868and is novsotd in eyeiy town and village in the civilized world Three doss will relieve any ridinary co ghrrice 75 cents Get Greenfs Special Almanac Oeigers of Pneumonia A cojd at this time if neglected isi liable to cause pueumoniawhich is so patienttaBmaking them peculiarly sujsceptable to the developeraentof consumption Folev Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal awl streu then the lungs lpbWood 1IIn Memoriarti Siprr Gone utnot forgotten Darling Dixie she h illettILoft us yes forevermore Bat we hope to moot our Idyed one On that bright and happy shore A soul surely acceptable to God and lovely to the vision of Plan Dixie the on4ana loving daughter of Mrs Elizabeth cnents is no more of earthlv teQf her age Dear parents affectionate sisters brothers and kind friends mourn her untimely going But such was Gods dis PeusatioO and he ordereth all things wisely and welluWeep not fpr her dear parents it is in vain to call her to your sight again In her death has g 1raspedand an exemplary Christian Farewell Jear Dixielbut no forever Written by her schoolmate at Sienna ValeIOSBORNEeWould Smatih the Cflu If members of the Hay Fever dation would use Dr Ki tigs New Discovery for Con sumption the Ciub would gotot pieces for it always cures thiSbmalady and Asthma tbe kinithat baffle the doctors it wholly drives from the system Thou sands of once hope less sufferers from poDSumptipn Pneunomia Bronchitis owes thefr lives and health to it it conquers Grip saves little ones from Croup flnUt Whoopiug fJhM anSI jspQsi tiyely goani ifor all Throat lQOrrrialt ubirton Died IoTcas- 1M P 8 Ray nnaliye pt Marion countv afterwards a ciiizun of Barreu then of Met calf thcja of Marion again then ofr Borle4 ultimately removing tp Texas id September 1884 where be resided until the 5th ult when at ih ripe old age of seventyeight e died of inBrma ties M r Rwife was Miss Stockton a half sister of ofjonewho with her eighti surviving child renJthe ointh havm died emii grated with the husband and fatherv4pfrejcas Mr Ray was a chearfdl conupaniona ie man whom hU associatesi enjoyed and irlends TaVed Danville Advo ate J SJFoeys idney C neys an i l4ddetti ibtICon insnothing iu uri Usr Sold by Wood and Wimsatt Tarh laobanon Ijocals From the Falcon Mr John Malon atd Mifes Ab iiigll Bright werenntt dinm4- r age yesterday by TudgeCqo- h groom had the appearance tof bethr 20 pr 25 years old than hisi btide Both live na rl this city rI afdestvSunday where they vere united j in marriage The groim iilp iyefirsof age iud a sni of Mr batn Abell a well known farmer who once nvjde the race for Jai ei evro annlyJohn flurdesty the wilt knPWn distiller On accoan of heir thnUtrc COconcludede thnLconserm thec tieoupleth theirwert bound for LouisviUe Tbero th peeyf evbeforeotarentalThe Democratic primary t 0pl nominate a candidate for Circuit Clerk of this county is little m ore than two weeks off and Ui efrtwo candidates MrTomBBpal t diag and Mr B J Lancaster ibe present incumbent are scour- ingi the woods fr votes Bot hus candidate seem confident an dprmay the man who gets the most vot6s win I Notice ft IAll persons having claims againsttbe estate of William RII Logsapn deceased are called tip on to present the same properly roven to the undersigned or bis attorney T S MayeS on or be for April 1st 1902 S G Logsdon Adraih of William Ri LogsdonrJ Salesmen an ledJ WiItwin retiobli energetic men to act teheas y vieus experience notnt cessaralLive active men can earn goc dco wages For terms address givi iing full name age and reference JTY C GRANT Columbia Tenn The Vice OT Naftftlnft Clouds the happiness of the home but Mften t s prfin J health that trifles annoy her If she iimelancholy excitable troubltd with loss of appetiti h eadAme sleeplessness constipation or faintiDa1nd dizzy spells se needs Electric Bitter s the most wondersul remedy fi roc iling vomen Thousands snffers Mfromnervbys troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it andJ thecomet iit Ont lpOc HavdoDjRoberlson puaranleo satisfaction IBoldI Monday evening about 7n30w o clock Mr Win Jones who was returning from Frankfort aud when Roberts woods nuar Blakemored distillery was reached two men walked out of the darkness and while one took charge of the hor e the other devoted himself to Mr Jones He was commanded 10 holdIup his hands and failing to com ijy quick enough to suit tbe high wayman he was pulled from bis buggy beaten invihe face withi u revolver and then roleived of 30 in money After getting the money be was made to got into the bug y arid drive hurriec lly away Mr Jones re onE1 ttown about 8 oclock and reported the matter to ttie ofticei hut owing to time fact that he was unablt to ivla description of The parties uo smirch was mud e Only a few days lasltMr Ezra Rip was reurtiogm4rai air fort when about th sawn placn be was ordered ohalt5IrRtpy rashd bis hoine with a whip and was soon far from them Several others have iuii Hire manner been pproachad oI those jeoplo between here t d1 Frankfort und it U an unwise t traveler along that road that i does not go preparedvlo deal out ittle 61 the hoi llead to these robbers If WH only had blpod hounds tQ run tsuch criminals down Andersoo lows Old SprIngfieIdT haasness Center Away backte rIIIthe ThlrtksT IT IllS j mljold and historic manyinterestingJ connected with thetpwn but few Icof the present generation how er have tIny idea about what important business center the aWaybeforee days of railroads and when of any kind witht e outside world was difficult e people of remote communi s were thrown more or less on eii own tesources ABa consequence everybody not only de nded on home products for erythihg to eat but many her ftrticlIsof necessity such as wearing apparel farming im merits etc were manufac tu tredSpringfield during th6 period 1 30u wartseems was quite an importanbu place for business manufacture pf many articles of e and a partialllist of the enter ises in operation here at that time shows that in point ofnum ber and variety of industries the Springfield of olden times excelled the town of today The manufacturing concerns were for homE benefit almost entirely the raw products of the county being converted into many articles that found a market ut home As fpr example there were small factories where the cotton and wool of the farmers were1 made into goods that could be used at home In about 1835 and for several years thereafter there basthe town It was located Iiri the street lleading tp the ceme ry and about fifty yards from the tow i creek The factory so made the raw cotton into tton warp which was used iin w cleavingin those days produced a goofrdeal of cotton that GTPp being on theAmong other factories was a wool carding machine the build jn fagain street below the old hot jil operty This was operated years ago by Mr James Muratta and from fifteen to twenty men were employed Another enterprise in those dayswas a hat fai tory where silk and felt hal bsL were manufactured It waslo cated in the old building now upied by John A Moore rJc4n Mbntgomery was the pl troprietorhe employed from 0 to 15 han IsO e year round 0Onnowstands J Y Mayes furniture I store was a large saddle andl harness shop where the best of h Sandere turned out It was owned and operated by Messrs Thomas and Robert Craycroft and from twelve to fifteen workmen we reTemployed Right across ti ietstreet from the saddlers shop was a shoemakers shop operatwby James Knott who generallyI worked under him a dozen shoe makers and shoes and boots w terecounty round The leather for use at these two establishments was a home product also atwithin the town limits were three tanneries One of these tanneries was located justj where Mr ehC McGills warehouse now stands another which was owned by Mr James Cal Jotwhof Mrs McKinney and the third one was at the old brick house byLizzieone was operated by Mr John rRileyMessrs AntbonyMcElroy packingwas located on the old Rawlins property near the depot and in 0apackedOwlpgi plle ments yehicles atd tools used about the farm were all of home manufacture the blacksmithing and wftgon making business vas lucrative jJone in thpse days here wereseveral blacksmith shops in theu vicinity but pert la itu te sidstdhey ran six or seven fprges and employed qpite a number of workmen They turned out handmade Plows that had a wide regutatfpn for excellency hese plows spld1 readily at 25 each ACross the street from the blacksmith shops stood the wagonmakinjgfactory pf Xi rkin Casey father of Messrs Kif and Wm R Casey now dead This shop turned out wagons tthat would out last several of the modern kind Mr Casey had his own timber cut from the surrounding fbrestsi and wfould store it away in an immense warehouse to season for four or five years before it was used Wagons turned out by the Casey sbopsold at from 175 to 1300 according to style Mr GJasey and his sons also in his later re ar indhAnothertojvn which would be curipsity in these days wasa rope warpa or a place whre hemp rope was byilding ituchm wtpo grown in thiS county was made into rop atj this place This immense I bl kniqkMr Bobbie imms as a public ware house Springfield being a prkindthe old Wilderness Road andI also on the roads leading Iron Columbia andj other points fur ther South iqto Louisville many teams coming up with products stopped ber1and transfereeI their loads The goods were stored in this warehPuse and afterwards taken on tolLquisville or to Salt RiVer and puton fiat oats to be hipped flownj the ver There was 9 fiat jboat station on Beech Fork pear Frederickstown and products Paiiarticularlymanufactured in this section1Cu were shipped from that pointIgi ear through to New Orleans The method of getting to andj thomen was a slow and roundabout one In these days there was no government ax on the manu j cture of wjhiskey and nianyI fa dormerstured their corn into whiskey which was a ready medium of exchange for store goods Whis k vhmeycents to 20 etns per gaUonl ocal merchants after exchjkng ing goods fori whiskey and furs and other articles of easy ale iFrederickstoi J he cargo down Saltl river to tbeE sthioOrleans Having disposed of the cargo at tbelletter place the merI chant would then take passage a sailing vessel lup the coas to Philadelphia where he bul- proceed to invest in such arti cles of merchandise as he wisned t tiothese goods backto Springfield was also a tedious journey hey were shipped by boat down iihewhich point they were hauled iiiw wagonstire trip frequently occpi d sixI months Generally the trip and he trading fpr all of the local temerchants IJ mdmber of the firm The leadI ingi merchants ofjthe t6wnin 1JamesCunnirghamLand Davisonand t William Robertson Rows TIlIS Wo otr r One Handred Dollare Reward foi any also o Catnir that Qinjlot be cm cdb Halls Catprrh Giro F J CHENEY ifc Prups Toledojp We the under ned ha ve Know F J Cheney f dblut 15 years arid l lietohun perfoctly I10nornblO Inn Iness transactions Una nnanclally able to carry out any obligation made by their firm WJRsr Vt l rcAxr Whoiosnle pruffRlsts TDiedp1oSWALDNO KIN A MARVIN yhole ale Druggists loiedorO llallH fttarrh pure is taken lIntornal1r acting directly ujpon tile blood anti mucous surfacesbl the Hystcm Prlcrt per bottle 8 ldbv oil Druggists liy menmattlsi tree tTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take taJcativci Broino Quinine Tab tsAl dug istf refund the Grotz-z-z- lttniC if it iajls toijuce E W iJke 01JiI Greu xcUemerit prevails in- the Urvaptsvile o igbbQrhoocl x mil I fnMi pnv1lie CJvprR ran2 idszimaxiajt dm hew Of the earth OutUt farm of rjr G 4 Taylor 8 felt kqpvn physician is a knob or dminauceI covering two Pr three acra s It is 500 or COQ feet bigh and as barren as the Desart pi Sahara and is formed prijucipllay ofI rock and soapstone Bvants vilie is located in flub bluegrass terdtoryandwlth the exception Ior the emiI ncefon jDi Taylors farm the land is prac tlcaily level and veW prpduc tM eSISIt froFprpip cil habile issued fn m the base Lof the knob and at times gas cimetfth with i gurgling so boundknob separated frpik the earth at the base and appears to be floating on alarge body of water The space betweeb tneVepara ted bodies ef eartli ijrfive pr six trechesthe opening Although la irgeed out and some believe tbereiFqllake pf oil underneibW Theinhabitants a e mystified the upheaval many thinking ayoiing volf rio al npst at the int of aetia Ot account of bllsbenltbtJugbt ob wus cued bv a volcanic e posion inlrihir cfc times and therecoil r strange rihivement ove the theory a reasonable one Five or fix miles from Danville there numerous knobs but Ill arerurei a different geological rorm fjpm the one on Dr rm ansi are t covered With trees and shrub bery DrrTpvhnI himself is gt st4ne1terrsIfa l jlei yes that oceans pf 91 esisf betllow the floating knobj t thCOoINoti cl bl1t1squickly cured by One Miuute Co Aduglire is nota mere expectortiit vrhich ves tempprary reliefi Itsoftens and lignifies the mucus dra7Si out the in fla letmatone disease Absolutely safe Acts at once One Minute JQough Curt willt doall that is claimed rit says Ju stice f t ePea eTQ HooCosb1 Miss My wife could not get her br wieathspseeutlre family iHaydou and Robertson2A ggFoleysco acughds thelunZ1s Makes Weak 1Vothen Strong SIf1 have taken ypuij Bemicks I Pepsins Blood Toniq 1 know it to oe the bast tonicj ever used It viil make every weak woman rong I cannpt praise Iit enpngn MrSOD Pickering Olney 111 FOr sale byHayden and Robertson t Speak A dispatch from Harper Kanv 1 says that an alarm amounting ai 3mongalmost a panic has spread berell b alecauseb oleweekspld icfantl tThe child t a1asks lL flrstdttempv was made on EebrUaryr Its words w Perehas kegt repeating them atirrii y g Iularintervatsnesseverslnce Thy are JT tfcjir yeaps of famine in Kan sas i The sep t i byt r9LI 111 a CouqfhedinIrfr uIbltdamost ttubw c n for mAny years It Jri- ofleepanel a tev1Y tkl tben and tried Ayeis CbcFl talwas quiCklycurdbu RN Mann FallMIlmiITeflflri ifSixtyand such testhQflyS thefabove have taughtus whit Ayers Cherry Pectofal- awill do WeknowitVthegrett est cough reiuedyevera made And you will sayo so tryltherescur DrM cureineVeryctftpAdiuuihis CouI1U JeIl Ifh tH laea lieJI It h M IIl take UyJMTlhrtUIWiJqA1 Q IiIT 4mapy to be a message ftoa tfee Dei y to bed1az4gard d by brers 1st their peril AJr1Inumberof farmers art iMTitai the pffate firm in te btiifbtn- gdrougtba lc i appro eklaf f Th44child shows unMtnal Iii Hiof itotelligencfe 1 i wellforaM and ef norinal growth bwtitnt- he rot words like a phoijorf grabb fTH ejeefatberlaboring man Hundreds hstra 4Tetl 6cur confirmatioE of ithestorr fro pi the babys hipsi ifTktCuIc jtTJie eomplection always suffers m blUiooBness uathe1puritifor Lit ersptionsiDeWjttstle eIs in healthy c aiitioa aadrermofe the cause pi such conditiostv CJJ Hooper Albany N Ywrites i- for took DeWitts kittle Early nbillioasnesW Chey were j Jrt what 1 eded I am fee1ing bEtler a- b5Itba in years Never grip D dis i t Safe tborokb geHHi TlNs t very best pills Haydoa ltrtnrtfEII grippe coughs qsIcklyjrie4 Is 0 wonderful cnrttivft qimaU4ii of leys Honey and Tar Tfc jeitnothing jyj else just a aJOMi rhsatt 0 rtfUIARMAN t Dr IN tIlIII eifrE i ti if Plit Thefacts that Jto tkexfres RlBaps1eynarrated in the Ado te iqs timi ago Since bis iiwuWa tipni in the conmty JU IwjlMM A bee the recipient of a IwtjTjrV mail from auxioas lady frfH4JI jfrom all partsofithe slOaiwell as those peopl troubUi With cancer and daire iifdciMi as to his tretna m t mart recent trouble hat ttarftluw the rutbtulnof tks c y ing hat clt is an ill wlaihM- osiobodyanygood r J The article publish 1a4tbt vocateS was widily cop4aaiShas been read bypopl iV al1I sections of the country t asA which JDV Riley aMt ftrmosjt comas froJtia Oil cinhati She desire WlMiilllliMt riiTbel i th this language Mve- ctd L gentlepiaa f1C It fairbchelorr girl of CiiMi jSn4ssrou gretthgi I MW ML liccurt of jour trotW ii J pbrP1 this japrmiof MM IMH fL lFlltteartl1rI the lady wants iou bake IMC w4ald rather be a yoaeISdarljing than an old aai etare jesjSdiscquragedi YPUHT peeple Ae not always know tfceir rwii V inins SP it Cupid to o4 bnng every thii YOtir way e4 let me know aad wJfc kotm h 4 ypujr humbly servant e MIie fortunate one to aikSIMipf yurdayeSdeserve now to keys i tarh andjdevPted cpupaoip Iirtilf r wys been especiaUr pst s yt d people When a flirYlwi J to spend hours with theet ieAjMe d ram IietecMIW iiiS you very happy I M 4Iyes f4ellook tern yeet jflMjjpir lease let me knpw ifJOkSttJ lady friend expect tei e4 iit pleH let m + to ou1I be 0t11tOt Is IijSone semy naKe iA Drf Btteyji urgHllntwe the naca pf the IM1 t withhiii Thej aboye4s afaic tMijiIe al tbe many letters b11M received J urn admiring arid jrmp liihe ieflds oftbeCHUeltx biiIsithosewishinff tratmeatboMScer One afflicteil peree write c tFoDiIrnlrS itilDr yS as released front imprieoaenat this afternootad ite tkiMkipc e uyof gigi to QiWiiiiaVt e aSbeen aa pbediet firieea IJld MM beepue a Aeote4 d ef Jailer 7iLarItaMStheiJC nt cky jUfrofcife Sdmc aionthqao t lie jrafttrei dCllou wond 1 E5- ainarlyroorMher f Wh o ttn at a mvbb1feter three crtrtJie exptoi j edt the aaas Ue Ml1 tttow effect inhiM riflit e v eejaip t that member oBieke el jwrtiW manner awi eMitif 4 fpamIanvlfleAdvoeat f 4 S SIJADtRy- ayTRWaDAY r i AYEAR IN ADVANOE SPRINGFIELD KY B t DAVISON KiMMXIt FCLIItR L MIWiaUce CSt 1m 1I dOCtir fcnt iMwrtlon jmd 5 uitm for i IIest1ESito co awd pelitlcal matter oIk rlie JAwHkis4o e at low rates but cash p4o dUI7 ot goods AATwrtWac wtracts made on liberal 3 Wari il resolutions of respect 3 tsperUae 1ou1wz3a2rrs cwrty lajri tratM 350 Caty Q en 500 MrLi4O ee5o KOO fftIVAY MARCH 27 1902 jfkowTfte fhave it and then we iloftt The citizens of this place hid just begun to congratulate themselves on the prospect of begg advanced to a city of the r Iffck dwe and to assume impor xiMceffoir the news had come tht i1ebm had passed both bou es of the Legislature YeipfcettUyhoweyer the announ fiIenjor had vetoed the measure It seems thaV Gov Beckham jpyefts his reason for applying the veto to the measure that the measure which was known as the Colson bill did an injustice ip Versailles jNichol svi1lean Princeton by setting them back when such was not the intention Or in other words the bill or the way it was passed was a botched p joba mistake and didnot cover the ground intended The peo plo pf those towns mentioned above of course protested vig oro sly and the governor prob ably realizing what aii awful messlhe thing was in killed the biUr and he5 we arejust where we started The only little measure before the late lamented Legislature that effect I ed Washington county or Spring4 fieldis dead v In the miipp at the pilose of the Legislative session the 1 k Farris Eegistratiori bill was lost or stolen and if it cannot be founiwill never go on the statute books It was apetnieasure of the Democrats and of course the Republicans aie accused of 4 making away iL Our election I laws are complicate enough already and it will be small loss if thisHdw measure never turns up to cause more trouble ireside tel t Palma wil be inaugurated in Havana May 20 On the same convt trol of the island will cease andi only sufficient soldiers will be Jeft1 on the island to man the coast defenses Thus has the Unitedi Stares administration carrijed but iits promises to the Oflbans made when it took a I YjofYj 1 3 ofTta trict has been called to meet in Louisville March 2910 decide v the time and method of ominaI fing a candidate for succeed the Hon D H Smith There are already several an noumced candidates in the field and others who are being prominently mentioned I J McKenzie Moss has been giventhe seat in the House held4 by Representative John S Ehea The vote yras 187 tct27 Two Eepublicans HantJury andVree landof New York voted with i r r the pem rats Mr Rhea made f an eloquent plea fop his seat rr ctlcaHy Starvhi j J1fgi a few bottles of Ko 4ol DySpefwa Cure my wife received Jprfctanapermauent zeieiffrorn tTerea dchonio case of stomach kNMibie HypJR Holly real estate iIIceasd loan agent of Macomb Ill4efore usiop Kodol Dyspepsia Citrt she cwid pot eat a meal without inSes ItCft ffrlng She la entirely c dl8ev faiphysicians and many ItoHWfaUed to givereicif Ifou good10Mi Bcli Xddol Dyspeoiia Cure will NnM fetyear fqodf or you Hay dIuftdIbita3ii FoleyS Kidney Cut IkUUIaotkMtft11btoA T s r THE NEWSLEADEFR I v liiWiiH HPHW I fi woo WOO rJiI News From The Countyt j Ji1tI I 1 Happenings Among the County People- asReportedbyourCorrespOfldefltsiiiii i J aAIU nnnftftnft nnnnftft r lIIftRa III WILLISBURG lh I t E D Wells was in Harrods burglastpweek on business j Quite a number of our itiZens attended county court at Spring field L Mr and Mrs jane Carey of Maud Visited theffn4yoiW P Scruggs last week 1ejattheSundayth 30th Mrs TJ Miller as very ill with pneumonia We hope she may recover soon Mrs R C Bradley of Harrods burg visited her sister Mrs Ed Sutherland here last week Dr Mark Sutherland of Rose Hill spent last Monday with his father Dr J T Sutherland Mrs Mary Jane Birch of this place is visiting her daughter Mrs W M Seay of Perjyville thisplaceAlice Pinkston at Litsey the rst of the week SDSuttqnand George Col- iny left for Illinois last Monday morning witht the regrets of their many friends Mrs W S Sheeley of Nelson county has returned to her home aftera few days visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Joel Hyatt Will Sims sold a 7year old horse to Jerome Brown of Sharpsville for 60 he also bought of Mr Young a 4year old horse for 75 the same day E D Burton of Frankfort at tended the Masonic Lodge here last Saturday night His friends greeted him cordially and are always glad to see him in our midst Call again E D Why dont the people in our tOwllsubscribe for the NEWS LEADER and not borrow other peoples papers Only 100 a year and you get the news from all over the county when you read for yourself you understand the news better than for some one else to tell you about it On last Wednesday evening Mjsses Marguerite and Nancy Cheatham entertained their many friends in a mostcharming manner The young ladies present were Misses Bessie Blan ton of Boston Nettie Yates of Louisville May Miller cf Santa Rosa Cal Nettie Noel of Brooksville Emma Sutton Nra Ncllvoy Maymie Merritt Reva Shirley Lizzie Shirley Lull Merritt of Willisburg The young men present were Ed Birch of Birchwood Goldman Patterson and George Cheatham of Harrodsburg Leslie and Johfinie Graves of Springfield John Noel Turner Colvin Oscar Mcllvoy Davis Noel of Brooks ville Henry Wells of Tathami Springs Will Simms of Pulliam E D Wells Will Shirley John Sutton Harry Greenwood Will Charley of Willisburg Leslie Bottoms and Jerrell Crouch off MackvUle All report to your correspondent that they enjoyed themselves and are always glad to haye the honor of visiting Misses Marguerite and Nancy iin the Locust Grove hope and has been one of the most enjoy able event of theseasonI Zeno Tafham Springs Ed Goff bought a cow and calf from JH Goff for2750 Richard Humes will leave soon for Blandinsvillet Ill preachhereRev Campbell preached to a large congregation here Sunday Mfeaslesis raging in our com munity There are about 30 basest Mrs Flora Keeling was the guest of Mrs Frank Mays last Thursday Ed Poster sold a bunch of shoats to WN Kelling for 5 cents per Ih Mr Lafayette Wells who is iin business at Lebanon visited his parents here last week Quite a number of our people attended county court Monday especially hose traders V We have the champion fox dogs If some one wants to tryr thein we invite you to come on Mr1 Thomas Grahain of ourcommtiIn it girl Mrs JlL Goff who has been afflicted with breflchal trouble uvuvuu t orome time is iimproyin at this writingff We could write more sometimes but some people say you oilit- not have written certain things Idi nt want everybody to know iit but if they do a good tlHnf tlieywouid liketo see it printed ini big red letters Some of our farmers bre moVing right along with their spring work while Others retrying to get up some excuse to keep from work and ifyou quiz aytbeyhavehada cannot stand tIe sun j Hardesty Schoolhouso Mr Sam Goodletand Tom Col vin sold theic tobacco at 74 cts Mr Preston Moore and wife spent Sundy with Mt and Mrs John Hardesty Miss ela Goodlet 4and sisters spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Mackville Mr F W Gray and family visited Mr Frank Scays family at Valley Hill Sunday Mr Robert Gray and sister Ollie spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ottie and Maudl Yan cey Mr Frank Yancey of your town and Mr Sam Goodlet of this place called on their J est girls Sunday evening at Will hams Heights PULLiAM jLark Whjiejnas returned from Illinois i Bornto Mr tind Mrs Henry Humes a boy The sick folks in these parts are reported as improving The sale of Annie Cheatham was largly attended Stock old well There was a dance at Oscar Rouisses Thursdayiighti All report a gay tyne There seems to be a greater effort made t9vards the future crop of tobacco than usal Ed Dean bought a cpw and a calf of Henry White for t69 Good brood sows are worth Iron 15tb 20 The community sympathizes with Mr Pope Bishopand wife over tho II ss of of their son who departed this life the 14th W E Dedman thelittle deaf and dumb bdvof Mr and Mrs E P Deadmanf will rattend the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Dan yule this fall Chaplin Is to have anew bank in the near future and I under stand that the citizens of tIa t little town have been negotiating with a Cincinnati Tobacco Cum pany endeavoring to get the Company to erect a handling house down there Should this deal go we wouldget the benefit of comj petition which is the life of rade From Dame Rumor one would matJiml1Ii l with Brother Simms to push the Mayflower and Speedwell from the shore let us bid those on board bon voyage Tiopingj they may with their minds eye fixed upon the meeting places succeed iri passing the narrows and dangerousreefs of this mI- a d nnally be landednJ that haven of peacu and plenty and in describing their union and llove after the voyage described write at the end of the expedi tibn Ne Plus TJItuni e OTTO MacItviJIc i l5 t Yancoy sold a inilcli cat foi2StoEdl3ivch S D Campbell sold l10 barrels of corn to different parties at 3 811ofOscar Sweeney solda 12 yea bid combined1 horse to LeslierII Graves for S7ti soar11oldfor 759jMarried in WackviLe on tho ISl RMWi11 Vance oificaritig I MajbrCarricojto Pahjiuj Shuwjj flifiT r maker LRileyoffllObacco at the Pickeit House in Louisville f0r B 35 tjalw 100 pounds Miss Eva Bdttora one of our most popular young ladies isi visiting relatives at Coffie Caseyf county 0 I Len and Gerald Couch two ofI ourj6ung men left the first of the week for Dekalb Ill where they expect to follow Ia W P Hatchett Bought rmingsta 5year old mare of Keller Black for S50J and sold 3 plug horses to Sween jey Brown of color for 70 gRobert Milton sold a combined c 8 Oli5 year old horse of W P Hatpcbett for S75 r o IMrIJ of tobacco which ho sow at same piaco and price and he wants to know iil any of the tobeceo men cnn beat it The ladies of the Baptist church in Mackviile gave a sup per on last Friday evening at resideuceof Mr and Mr Tames Isham from which they realized a sum of22 Henry Hickerson tolls us tnat tthis last year he grew on two acres of land and that rather thin 3200 pounds of tobacco No question but that Washington county land will grow tobacco W P Hatchett sbld a 4 year old mare toSam Forsytho of Ear rbesburg for 120 also sold 3 yearling horse mules to W B aiyear old mare of George Warren for S50 One or the most enjoyable gatherings that we have had thes pleasure of attendiqg for some time was that of a social given to tho people on last Tuesday evening by the charming daugh tel of Mr aud Mrs J H Wycoff at her home in Mackville MOORESV1LLE Gardening is the order of the day Mr P H Moore is on the sick list Mr John Lamm oh left last Friday for Illinois Mr Jerome Trent will remove to Brush Grove this week Mr W H Payne and wife visited at LebaiiQn last Sunday IiMr B J Settles sale is to oc cur March 29 instead of March 22 Several of out men wonttt to Springfield last Monday it being county court Mr Torn Sweeney and wife visited Mr Barry Chesser at Poliu last Sunday Mrs Josic Settlo purchased a new buggy from McChord and Riberlson of Springfield Next Sunday will be Easter Sunday and young folks contemplate go tfgto churchn that day Miss Nettle Ruidof Woodlawn is spendingi this week wih her siste1 Mrs Wm jhohum of th s place Mr Preston D Moore and Miss Mary Hays eloped Tuesday of last week and were married l at Harrodsburg the fallowing day They wore accompanied by Mr rigshyIt IMiss Nettie Yates came homel last Saturday and will stay vith her parents a few duyswheii Slip will go to Louisville to ongugo dressmaking She will be no compuuied Opbolia by her sister Miss Mr George Wtillican has bought store house and black smith shop tjtf Slringtown Hoi will take possession April 1st We commend himIo live jfeople over thorc a a irMHleman in ewer respeel- sm1Iteed a I New Hope cemetery last week Mr Turner Royalty and wife grandparents of tho little child wero culled hereby Us death Theylivo ii Mercer ricounty WI POLIN l rito the wife SSof Wm Wells a boy We are sorry to report Mrs John Kay quito sick again Mr D B Sutherland passed through our village Monday The farmers are very busy preparing the ground for crops Mrs A V elJs of Willisburg WelsMonJdaylast daiil Hardesty and family flAprilfl homeMr Gray anl wi hOME ANDS CHILDDoes your hor eUfeel his oats What adifference be tween the grainfed and the grassfed horsel The first rongand fu11of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The feeding makes the difference Children are not alike either ne is roy ightleyed full of life and laughter another Is ale weak and dull Thefeed again iis responsible ling Sickly children needspecial feeding They dont feel their- atso Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richness to their i diet It is like grain to the i horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion Is mote than food It is a strong rnecJi ineItrouses up dull children pjits new flesh on thin ones and red blood into palel ones It makes children grow 5Scotts Emulsion makes ordi nary food1 do its duty This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emu on apd is on the Wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCpTT BOWNE 409 Pparl St New York sac and i all druggists == = o =pent Sunday with the latters parents Mil and Mrs Frank Seay at Moor syil1e Robert Gray sind sister Miss Ollie visited thdv Misses Yancey Saturday and attended church at Springfield Sunday Miss Lela Goodlett accompa fl ied by her sister Tavie and Bessie Drury spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nellie McMillan near town Mr Preston MOorc and Miss Mary Hays surprised their many friends by going to Harrodsburg where they werequietly married Wednesday Both are well known and have many friends who wish them success CouMnt help gGttinga cold iujver cures it butcarrying home a bottle of Dullards Horehound Syrup aud using iit asdirceted will cure the worst kind of cough or cold Prico 25 and Wets Havdou and Robertson StopsThcCou- hdii work otr flic told Laxative Brotnouin inc Tablets ct rt a cold in one lay No Cure no Pa Price 25 cents No T2ue It svasr v rcun your hotter pr tested PIP prlaoicT anti aid nott know If was loaded Hut argued the judge the denier tins just told us that you dill not pay for the weapon What haMilmt to do with It ju Well if you didnt pay for It the dealer must lhave charged It for you Aud tho judge tried to look us much like the pictured of Solomon as ho could Baltimore American Rut for iionoy and tho need of It thorp would net be halt the trlndShlpIthat there In the world erful forjrod If divinely used MucDonaI1S eV3rIlcnrl AMgcade paeaUonfo- rslinilatingihe dile tingthestoinacisanct of Promotes DigeslionCheerfur ness and RestContains neither OpiumMprpliine nor lineraL Nor NARCOTIC or4UIiSHllEtPIlCIIERII D1hce IAkmna BWSS1r oWd J+Bxrnwt srJl J jlnonjlI Worms Convulsions Fcverish ness and Loss OF StEER Facsimile Signature or NEflTYORK txtPr coPy or WRAPPER =J 5S = iivWi iWiiiWiii Wliii tI fiIi it t J i1 BauBucrOTesa V 1 Ililt7 yo W 4 I ILrr ijbt1 fthe urtCIi 1dIJjI l the Call and make a and beready fhr fjr t S I TIME 1JI 4t q h i andi1 v Jijt + a i ct A wst1 j if1 SYM1Wef hJ ti4i tITHOMPSON GREEN SPRtNGFIELDIcPJ ro t t t t tl tm n m T or HUMAN ALARM CLOCKS Ilovr 3Icf eiiscr BOyS Are Ut se Arakcncr In Kcir York wellIj At iVclock the other morning a dressed man strolled lutoone of uptown messenger offices He bud been j dining out and evidently from the rak ilbeenII want a messenger boy to come and waken me in the morning aliibusinessusual t JAllman turned as lie was going out of the door Have the boy hammer the door hard he cautioned Im a dead one when I get to sleep and Ive got to catch that train Then he went home and went to sleep with absolute were blowing 7 oclock A small boy In uniform hammered with a club his wpkener on the door of the man who had dined the night before Get up in there he cried Get up you old sleepyhead You go away front my door comes in sleepy tones from the room Its a mistake I dont want to get up Oh yes you do my dodo blrdt Is the fresh reply And the tattoo on the door goes on with redoubled strength All right boy Im awake liowl howls the man who lias been sleeping Vou can go away now Not till youve signed this receipt the boy insists The man has to crawl out of bed anti come to the door The boy has a paper rctktly and as he is a careful man he reads bcfore signing It certifies that he has been thoroughly wakened by Messenger No 432 npd that he Is not going back to bed again that lay Is this a joke hq asks the boy Saw talnt no Joke replied the messenger through his teeth Ifwese didnt make youse do this youd be down to de office about noon ahowlln1 dat we didnt wake youse Now If youse goes back to your bag of tenth ers wese got youn iq black an whIte an no mistake New York Tribune HOT They plffereO During the last tern of Jhc late Zeb Vance In the United States senate his brother Robert Vance was elected lfa represent the Asheville N C district In the lower branch of congress One Sunday morning soon after Robert made his appearance In Washington ai friend asked the senator If he and Robert agreed on the subject of religion as well as they did on politics Np replied the senator Bob Is Methodist and believes In falling from grnce but never fills while I am a Presbyterian and dont believe in taU ling from grace buf ana nil the time taJUngNew York Times CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have BoughtI Bears the Signature of In y For Over Thirty Yoar- sCASTORIA m t TNt J tfiVi blose figures Our houseiisiifnosiifcr t Wfullbiest vehicles on markets Ivnfe r t W 0 AnfStpanttanjPSile lselection p1i SEEDING J i t mm Use I u u r Insurance w I Reversedg III SOUTHERN MUTUAL JF Investment CominiyrIOV Lexington Ky n u J O jiIGWMeELROVa1fi lt tft7ltk r J- ic Springfield Ky t f t t f h QEMENTTh r ft N1 a Jill t At Lowest Prices titij II ROUGH L U MB1RijM a rllft A JR ESS iIED L UlY1afi SASH and DOORSKI f LATH and SHINGLES f r e CQNTRAb G 55 ifineAnything in the buildingi at the S Ir fIIHFIELD LUMBER COs rdJIVU CALL AD GET DIAMOND BACR TERRAPIN t ormcrly DopUed They Are Now Conaldcred a DelIcaCy Half a ccytnry or so ago diamond back terrapin were fed to slaves nal hogs Today they are the rarest delicacy known to the cplcurian jvorld says the Philadelphia North American Then they sold for 1 a barrel and sflcdthatterrapin more thari twice a week Today a barrel Is cheap at 800 and inlU llonalres travel hundreds otmnes for a chance to feast on this most dell clous of all meatsIor coqrse this means genuine dlax nylmltatlonsEvery first class restaurant Ai the 4ry1andout of a hundred Is the real terrapin crved The diner regales himself on what he believes to be Marylands choicest dish Instead he is merely eating fresh Trttter turtles sliders or NortbParollwi goldensSThe reason is simple Restaurateurs dont serve real Cuimond backs be cause they cant get them The Worlds total terrapin population doe note coed 25000 of legal size and these an confined to the s ores qf the Chess peake bay the onlyCplae that produces t hemSBaltimore Plilladelphla and New York enjoy a mdnopply These three cities get practically the entire output but few ever find their way across the Blue Ridge The epicure unferf uriate enough to be born In Chicago Or St Louis must either come edit or forego the Joys of terrapinSTo select a real diamond back amateurs should be guided by tthese dlstlp gulsbmg and characteristic marking It Is of a greenish dark olive color sometimes running to spotted grajy ell9tv oh the plajo which surrounds the shell and lisa concentric dark stripes along the plate on heft shells The sides of the head are a dirty white sprinkled with small black spots Tile bottom shell Is of whitish yellow The males are much larger than ta- females and have the conceutr ctreaks hasIare much longer titan those of the fe ale- wreag v rftunVisitorAm I right In prfH l that It was your paal04i for rOfl1 drink that brought you here i PrisonerSay bow I1U88 Jt dont know dla Joint its fle lut pUc on cart IdCQUtif I WM IflflW f f e micj A QUEER BUllNEM aofMaking euas 5 That TkV pnkyI c itfto hade th subject of aislnly4ereariilcle And it frcwM JCIeqtJS unjklnd cuts of fart to djjng nces wherebr s ceftate deft too scrupuloiM maivfactwrec mft and wijmeR Mtiia poses of tjb lr pwa wJSfc tesbe OItkIJt er larn alt or Wlnd Tbat It fe 10Weasier to be cijppleithaR taiwor IItI the zaaxfia upon wWe 1i pkwiEw0I truleJ bl t r II Im what is called a street ste fakir Mtd e stbisdisguises recently Ilaketthe sham Disabled mill e ratlTM crip pled saUojra etc aa c rwt NSL4Ct iinall fee lfJia wJOa Uk that hfer husband beats her I afcti u2 iT a black eye and put leer arm hi a to T Say Its a imaa oe a buM Jnft Vfil t paint sopie nrnn inlitir firf tTJml tate the tttarks of a kd expWta Mi give hlJna greeL ee ide iJtlP bUnd cariL i I Hin- If A mans really aiid H sa1sss easier Suppose hes b rjMTircr rIt had hls l iolf PrSei II oa burning house hIM 1 out of a to wladow wlth fdj 8arms anta yarn uadr it trlends I ost my WtlltM MCtItP I my empldjerii cliUd TlHt a takeofajflveradayt3 J Finake all these rigs rHltM 4havevery dowai on aiy ert jTWf wooden cap with alt ire MMC iIIiMI your head and heres a tMrf and Swkkr a ptfec both fNt IuA queer b lllN1 dTIfyea knew ths1V nsd iJoeti i 017 ysMaPr 4 wanted TitrJeJ seats w r and actwijly waattd EiS 5 riot DWat kw w t tihlingt Ofciye1 Wibiscjsqiw bcirs lJ su1 thitxdt systhy Ii f t ttrfi tanything ratter t sekWedd 1 i w j ll I bl tuSttyes Joteeii MrHIIbSd 4th torte play d iIiiv i4 V y- woul4at tk Nw Iitsrevoe4 bM4srt tqYots 4st Myi Wks thPST cI6ttkw MttMJtat lI t Iut Mt anHI1 f u j4v- a fctralgH Hood TW WM la to t4the p opl who always bt inpcttlnc their wraps befott M cortaln hUai BatUu oreJN wI l i OR J Jt UDfJl i fjjJ r tlf1l XTD SH ui j f lIt II I1arI1 Jt ct d r J Mclas id t t wc t M t oIr q I itQ l OPFICDr Rineharts for air tPip D8pos1t t2h BA k4tL 122prn- tt j I QFZP aIG58 a ATTORNEYOde A f 8P I F iJJ i Tb Eminent Kidney Li d a 1M L1t t slraRi t Jf 1ThereW Otivs any sudden deaths ard caused by It Mprt disease peumonl heart failure r aple nvftM Itr1hof JOfcey If kidney trpuble wed to ad c y bf JddncypviMaed blood will attack ithe I orrstoiltM kidneys themselvs br down and waste away cell by celt1 Thn richness of the blood the albumin BrightstheDc ilmers5RtbewdL p ov tlM i f rfdqbmrdil J sad ry troubles It has cured thousands of Stl hopeless cases after all other Hor Vdallect At drugistsiR lftyccnt s4 esAsmplsbottli1jen fred 1m81 lie a book tellingabutvampiiRatlin its Dr MRMT tc Co Binghamton Ny and N==t twe spc 1ISheriffs1et S tolHrJ By grtae ot taxes due the State of he ceaBty otWlh1 KRiId rC1ijll1t atrje in Springfield on ONDAZ APRILI P j tt At Wuto 1 oClock p1DJltb following t propay Ov1uc iheeot a wUl tax and c 1fJ I tIoItthe rmiyearsIt 1800 art lat Jincluding costs8 4 95A llUJ jlJ r Pope BiBM taxesior years 1900 al1 lMWcoHM t465 1 1i b istJUILt if C0 o ENGLMIDL1The et3ie4l jUt JTUerc JJtnCiItbIiF1ea4 lFitHt ifJIc w Johar BulItlul3kifdWbow to cook fish to prove whfqh fact one has only to notice the juiciness and gooJ 1 flavor of the I1rst Lit of fish1aerved per J tllilt l 9tthe JY y li pt- hatl aWsngian4e Ainer icaus etttC8ll1lH1ld matine v- itrietlisaMibtoo oftton find it sent to tabMdolttasteleae condi 1 Ujyipiric me tureTimng in an glfsk family made bold to UJiwAAtj ffltho45 e afig sea food was prevale tJn England and found that there thelotanceof tbje ihbroUgh cooking 4iMI itafcpaiagnlnst ptomalnes Is MY4Jvhregrdedns with us Our old country irieuds however eassurev wfJthafth fe Isi hot line rilght jest occasion to reader fish dry and tastek1n i s s1thi rnug1 tII eie1 tt1011 18 51Ten to Casting lc naetV iynjaiKbieixny thing hotter than bojliag tat and lav lug pteatif ally wltkUWateaSinakVuBe of the wrest ammunltton possible for the rtiss 6 deadly bacteria t SvarBlngmafi Sgklns it underdoseSsfi let co liou b stiy1tJ i sweet boiling fVbe InsIsted onand ii place oir a woolly Jlavorlesk and i resultIiI IJlI r IjI haJlu t rAw ftt l iib 1tayoi 1rhrIgikthe Wn1ket1boil M JbUli ilJtllatf tOfO1il 01 wl4LidWt bot lIir a il itt ft t OHVfi Ii wrzEI are fCttOWltMlardc Snow rI ht fu the ear will ptli tlt rlc 2 aiM t 1kblexlX i J i dIII ISp I l L J iis HI i Hiii iiNW 1I 1 Jntcrct Ca d atest iAIiAIdsib1 11a1 C W Hagai4 Garden seeds df aft varieties t I pptIfJU1lJlLY kfcfcjiyav ortnern ithUftseed oats for aJifbyTRoniit and Ia G7ee1t1 e tsJerlblt OzWHagaxis ii re I a gqr en keejti- egeie Oliver chilled ploVxe 1t4OUNien stl es any Vas 3 enty u N OrIf eans Sugarfcr 1 aiVf Hagans rfL1LU1lI j Pure New Orleans Molasses at- TcHgansat 5Ocagal1on f ib1set e O aU varieties a Curry Tr1PP1crYL j I o tvtHtgthis sb1ais opotatoes j fi1diiof garden ediI sell the Ol JiST 1iablifbUggyI tir li JJCrDo i ijLKARRmK t IItIAl tio4 jjantj photographs come at once J will positively cose gallery Apxil E 10I IiITJ1g glr Qfu Tril rees has order some rnuch koiepairing thljemade to the streets- j ilte Williams takes j i its andskirts She hasthebest and newest at the aQw pi r jf tjTo buy the net tiliLga in oat sJiitalkin skirt and ilk skis gdJt rst Kate lWil1ia1J j i The NEWSLEADER office is rcpgou ose1nd- ack bills with nearness and ais pat t Give us your work it I I j CT3ieA iigmeed of rpceries call i CirrydTapp by telephone o 57 and have the goods de liveredto your house in lightning im WI wlll be prepared to collect axes for the town of Springfield ar therfyear 1902 orf April lst QtH 1 L1 ntia CL121tIcECollector Mr TXiWtfatiixa ofrthe Stews q fe neig orhpod has purchased1 of Mr JEVTr McElfoyfie Ine jaclo Dixie4wliichthei will keep this season 1 I l 01I tI a ffhpmp on Yankey Co 69e 92gsJo g I Hays Son of Marion county at 6perqOO lbs 1 re snipped Ipllcnr load pf fin Og3 latIbft here y st mtU idyo11ouII tM ROBra icy athC ligit ning Contractor is buildingit resid ncfersanf East Majtn streett and Jhe rapidii withiivhich the house isrgoing jp promfaes toi break 1iI5cq Jipuso irbuildrtsSt ingfin Springfield l1lShfifleiaiITi Better prepared than ever before to give the public low Jprjces on i5illinefy goods having purdhped direct fronNw York and other1 mar- ketstht newest styles at lowest prides and cash discounts C1y Uncle5 of New Yorfe u farce cdmedythat fuliQf fun miciihd good humor will ap pear vat the Opern House this Thursday night eats on sale at aayfoni Rob r son8 drug store 50 35 and 25 cents y iiii i1 l biIf i Methodist churCh next Sunday zIPrai zI iIanighti I JJ f J f JAjJ FiiSAiE Qnethqroiighbred Shorthorn Bulled i 8ye JS old blood red in J lorl tan iKtra t yindividuai l Bred by th =Itl John Simms CThiai blill t i in4- roguiliorbredchy andwg tl di I ttf Jor J K vcrALTci- a 5 J i iIi 1 WnilejopjmnI a Jbunph pf banLf andsjpn last iioiday Mr John I hader dislodged w tarantula thathad made itB bed in th bunch The huge9pider showed 1r r7tbutwasfinallyubcluedap a i f 11i1 intcsi r large mouth bottle Alcholp1 vas afterwards poured on itztdd the reptile can be seen rJt Wood and Wimsatts drug Itore The tarantula measttrea about five incites from tip to tip qf legsiIibit is Almost certain death jNOWI = It ready andj saie at Mansfields spring millinery fine dress goods readytowear garments Jackson corsets queen lquality she fand slippersl Pull lE pne of ladies furnishing goods If Toilet preperationsl fiislirtuits etcIMissWiilieKfnbtthasreturned ddc rom thea wholes he millinery markets where she has been Hooking up the naw styles in spring millinery for Mansfields She aridMiss Fannie Shnmswillj e Tnthe trimmin department this season HOGSOVi SALE4 I bave sOmea bhoice full blood jaedigreed Po Ian China boars for sale thee i 175tIand Lwillsefl theni ch LTJTHJJK apll t Springfield Ky xL Barlow Wilsons minstrels one blithe oldest and best minj strelfchows6a the road have been1booklmfJ to appeat at the Opera Houp tliis pace on Fri Ijdar night flLpril 4tli Everyone enjoysi a good negro minstrel ani ji will be a treat to the Sprmgfield people to have the- privi1egeOf attending a high class minstrel performance1w UChI as Bauow Wl son willl dOUb11tuP Many new andeiiTLaihing Specialties will be introduced L ti ItA ikr was hilled in the ittle Beech near Mr Sam Van rdales IIliqoh last Saturday The animal was evidentlly an old passedthrotures One of his fore legs was cut off close to his body evident lly the work of a steel trapI The old fellow weighed 57 II verysSarctgQugh they wer iiabundant in te streamshere years ago The animal was skinned and the pelts sold for 650 1At a regular nleeting of the Board of Trustees of the town heljl Tuesday night an ordinance i passed placing a license tax on nearly every business and profession in town Saloon li cense Was raised 75 additional Tie town license on saloon and iskey dealers ipi now 250 per year The license on merchants Sgents professionall men etc is 5 ndlO per year each The ordinancen will bor prepared for publication next week and will thin go into effect The revenue of the town wall be greatly in creasedby reason of the new ordinance Court Pay Sales There was a fairly good crowd ip town on Monday but there was hot much live stock on the streets offered Mr SM Camp beiLthe auctiorrebr reports the fOllowing sales Twenty two 2i yeaiold steers at 3950 14 two year old steer 3180 10 year lings at 22 f i ity yearlings 2- 3siyeari50 hg at 168010 long fyqarlings at 28 cow and call f0f 2050cosv and calf for 24t i8JJ l one 2 year SIan 1f i75one coms bin 91 irone 4yeaVold a eil5 sjono old horse 25 h6rei50 horse Ye00 4 Lockluw Fr ra Cobwebs SMitiltli a cut lately gn ll h jaw Mil1i35 k JI t thing oput un4 yfs HII Jens Aruica SidSieJJta it LIe healer of WJJ ts Sbrer SkinI ErJicibs 7UI I ScQHr l JI or jIt Urno PY Only rC ut LJa dRoleriuti drug J stoW LLc iirS often inhqrit feeble jgeSUYCjWera7id bIic of 1 more or- s leSs seveV character result whei l 4fuod whiIhiie ct alt diffleul- to lon Cream Ver ifuge- nctsb ine oriicPrieoct1 t1aydoaaiid Robertson riesponey lilar JoiCqrcZi coughs ahdcoldv + C reBVbrohchltis aridastrima reCure hoarseness and bronchial j oiib1s Cures pucumonia ayd gripo I s i I rt SS- j V SC1INTlfICOIrICIA = RERSONAL parjentsMiss Bertha Tong visited relatives atFredericks own Sunday IMrf R Djirrett of Bloomfield was among the court day crowd here Monday Mr Bush VanArsdale of Harrods spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at this place Miss Mary Lee Simms has gone to Lonlsvillo to take a position with a dressmaking establishment IiMessrs W C Rogers and Harry countyIMrs Irvine Whayne nee Miss Alice SomersetIat tbjfl place County Clerk W F Booker is still conttned to his homo lust improving nd It is to be hoped that the fine weather will help him out again Hop John W Lewis returned vts beIweeks in an important law case 1Mr and Mrs 0 C McCbord and Miss Margaret returned home Monday from Frankfort Where they have been during the session of tim Legislature I1hf marriage of Miss Mattie Young of this plaice to Mr Wm Hamilton of Marion county is announced to take Wednesday April 2d at half past ulne oclock at Stt Domlniochurch- The many friends of Miss Lettie Leachman will bo sorry to learn that her condition has become uritisal and the worst is reared She hasbeen a sufferer for many months and all taat medical skill could do for her has been tried but she hat grown stcadily worse John 0 Anderson who left here at the outbreak of the Spanish war and afterwards went tc the Phillipfnes is hereto neo his friends John landed with his regiment in this country In September last after spending about tbree years on duty near Manilla He has been mustered out and will probably retire from army life John Thompson Trial The examining trial of John C Thompson charged with shoot ing Felix Downs was held Satur day The evidence was very ontradictory Downs claimed that the shooting was entirely unprovoked that he had made no demonstrations whatever to wards Thompson and his state ments were corroborated by Mr George Bealmear the only wit ness to the shooting Thompson claimed that Downs came at him with an open knife in his hands he warned Downs that if he at tempted to strike him with the knife he would shoot him and was forced to shoot in self de fense Mr Wm Dragpo who lives at the old tollhouse on the Boston pike heard the Early the following shootingI jvent to the place on where the shooting occured and found a knife lying on the road the blade of which was open He produced the knife in court and Downs admitted that it was his but said it must have fallen out of the pocket of his coat which was thrown across his arm at the time he was shot Thompson was represented by Attorney J Smith Barlow and was held over to awaitthe action of the next grand jury His bond was fixed at 200 which he executed and was discharged from custodyRecord THEY CRUSH THE POWERS This is written in midOctober The longj eppreauTO summer is quite gone Fading leaf withering rOe and tho rustling cornin the fields are signs of the season Fog frost rain snow they are coming You remember last winter of 1900 and 1901 The weather was cruel Ah the thousands it killed and the hundreds of thousands it maimed and crippled Oh the Tpugh grasp it laid on men at work women athome and children in cribs and cradles Coughs that began before Thanksgiving leaandthe poor tired throat and lungs Many were cured by using Bensons Porous Pins ten For the soothing and healing powei of these Floaters is wonderful They con quer the complaints THAT ARE KILLIHQ THE PEOPLE No other plaster no other medicine or application can compare with them doughs colds backache rheumatism lumbago kidney and liver troubles asthma influ 6nzaj they all go down before Bensons Flasters like a snow image in the sun You cant throw money away on a Bensons Plaster ETerybody fe going to use them this season But make certain you get the gie All druggists orwewill prupa postage on any number ordered in the United States on receipt of 25c each Beabury Johnson Mfg Chemists NY No one knows tile unbearable tor tu e one undergoes from piles unless they are so afflicted Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is a quick safe jtndr painless curc Price cents in bott ties Tubes 75 cents Haydqn ah Robertson 1Ketlol Dyspepiiosis what yeiiat = GAGES NEW POSITION ETrSccret rT to Become Bead cf Large Financial Initltntlon iVhen c= Fecretary ot the Treasury Lymnn J Gage assumes tie preslden of the United companyIof one of the strongest and soundest financial institutions of its kind In the country Mr Gage will succeed John A tevrart who has been connected with the company since its organIza- tion in 2853 According to the bylaws of the Unit ed States Trust company Mrt3age must become a trustee of tho before he can be made trill be nominated as a companyI regular tapctlng1 in the first March ant be elected one month later His clectloo os president will follow InwpStatoly Th mnrkn th culmination of plans vi ti licp been in execution for somo iTsrAir r QAOB weeks by Tnmcs Stlllman and Frank A Vanderlip of tljo National City bank to Induce Mr Gage to settle in New Institution ot which Mr Gage becomes the head has a capital of 2 000000 and a surplus of S 1432000 Among the trustees are William Rock efeller James Stlllman D O Mills Marshall Field aid others whose interests are allied to the Standard Oil company The salary which Mr Gage will receive in Juts new position has been variously stated ih Wall street at from 25000 to 4OO0- 0ExSecretary Gage Is now sixtyfive years old He Is a native of New York and lived at Rome until 1855 He was at that time working as a clerk In the Oneida Central bank but believ lug salaries were higher In the west b4 went to Chicago In Chicago be went from a clerkship in a lumber con cern to the First National bank with which he was connected from 1868 un til 1U7 When he became a member of President McKlnleys cabinet He was the president of the First National bank from 1801 until he resigned from the institution PRESIDES WITH SKILL Mr Charles W Fairbanks a Tactful ond Able Parliamentarian Mrs Charles W Fairbanks presl dent general of the Daughters of Jhe American Revolution has Just shown that she possesses rare skill as a par liamentarian by the admirable tact she exhibited In presiding over the stormy sessions of the D A R recently held at Washington theIHer rulings were fair yet strong in the determination to carry out the provisions of her office Mrs Fairbankf Is the wife of Sena tor Charles W Fairbanks ot Indiana In addition to her exacting social du ties as wife of a prominent senator she Is the clubwoman par excellence of the MBS W PATOBANKa official set in Washington She Is deep ly Interested in all that concerns the welfare of her sex Mrs Fairbanks before her marriage was Miss Cornelia Wither Cole She was born In Murraysvllle ORnd was graduated from the Weslcynn univer city near Delaware In the same clasa With her futurc husband Mr Fair banks has often acknowledged that his wife has been the Inspiration of his career Methods of Genius Dr Johnson could remember every thing he wrote said the literary man That Is the differenpe between Dr Johnson and myself answered the composer of music I write every thing Itcan remember Washington Star Incoasiitecy In Clock WiggIts queer how time flies thattclocks ought to have wings instead handg afl rsfttrEWladelphla Record a I Inn- cLnATrstro AND HEALING cung FOR C6TA ERR IS Elys Cream Balm pleasantto drugItsorbed Gives re lief at once CATARRH j r Ki1ilCii3flii p9Hagesprotects the membrane Restores the senses of tat and smell Large size 50 eents at druggists or by mall trial size 10 cents by mail ELY BROTHERS 50 Warren treotNew York JlADe A GOOD IMPRESSION Cane of Well Developed Nerve Conpled With Wit ThrU is absolute wit In some mens nerve said a business man to a re porterully partner and I with the intention of expanding our business about a year ago decided to send a rep resentative through the south We looked over the field carefully and finally picked out a young man who was possessed of good address and who we felt sure would do the work He had teen convivial in former days but his deportment had been such for a year that it made us feel confident he would do the proper thing He was given 400 for expenses and wasIer heard from him We telegraphed repeatedly to different towns that were on his itinerary but not a word could be learned regarding his whereabouts Finally one day a hurried telegram collect came It rend 10m not selling mans goods but am making a fine impression Wire 100 quick The nerve of the fellow got our nerve and do you know we wired him the 100 and afterward he wade good We have never asked him whathe did during the two months and he has never broached the subject to us was the wit that pleased usWnsh ington Star Natures Wonder The common flea leaps 200 times its own length To show like agility a man six feet taU would have to leap a distance of 1200 feet The cheese mite is about onequarter of an Inch in length yet it has been seen to take the tip of ltd tail in its mouth and then letting go with a Jerk to leap out of a vessel six Inches in depth To equal this a man Would have to Jump out of a well from a depth of 144 feet And equally strange things are found among the plants and vegetables A well known student of nature pnce tried the growing force of a squash When it was eighteen days old and measured twentyseven inches in cir cumference he tiled a sort of harness around it with a long Jever attached The power of the squash was measure ed by the weight it lifted the weight being fixed to the lever When It wag twenty days old two days after the harness was fixed on it it lifted sixty pounds On the nineteenth day it lift ed 5000 pounds Much Ado Abont an The printing of the Bible is the most strictly guarded work In existence a fact which appears strange until we reflect on the mischief an Inaccurate JMblc might bring about The kings printers and the two universities of Oxford and Cambridge give to the world all the Bibles printed in the United Kingdom except some printed by special license A few years ago the question arose whether the word spirit In Matthew iv and Mark 12 should have a capItaPS It having been previously printed with a small one and although the word was obvi ously wrongly printed it was not until after the ruling powers nt the universi ties and the kings printers had met In solemn council that leave was given to use the capltallettcr Nothing sanctioned by authority In 1611 may be changed without creating something akin to revolution In the places where Bibles are printed Liv erpool Post 7 Verdi and III Admirer Verdi was onco traveling In the same railway carriage with General Tour foil commander of the Ravenna dis trict They got Into conversation which soon turned on the subject of music and tliQ general who did not know his companion expressed a most enthusiastic preference for that of It aly I can hardly go so far with you replied the other For me art has no frontiers and I give German music the preference over Italian Indeed sir said the general tesU lyior my part I would give all the Gcrmdn operas In the world for one net of Klgoletto You really must excuse me from following you any further on this ground replied the composer blush Ing a little I am Verdi I The Chief Seme All the great families of livIng things have a dominant sense We lead ou life by sight and make artificial lights to render darkness tolerable But the creature whom next to oUnlelelfwe prefer Ue dog lives In a very different universe His dominant sense like that of many otlur quadrupeds Is the very one we most t neglect the sense of smell Thi doy will tracK his master nevci llftlngup his baud to search the die tance often wfih hair tailing over his eycM he follows on not troubling hlu self to shako It usde oidzlsui It may not youcrally known thut there Is crmlty In the lumping of gold fish Half of siiLli captives die froiii sheer want of teat AS tlsh have eye so formed that they cannot endure the light In n slaps vivsel they lire In ai entirely wrong jlzwu us evident from the way in vlifWi they dash about aUjl go round and wound until fairly worn out Debt Is Hk any other trap easy enough tOjKet into but bard enough to get out ofHj W Shaw Constipation Does your head ache P Pain back of ypur eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspeps1 2Coj MI draits1l Want yonrmoMtaclmor I r brown or rich black BUCKINGHAMS WtfIOcnoDytjUR 1 WIe Invite Yonr JInpec1ion 01 iir elegC Stock of NEW OOODS newjJ c i We are now lpre pared to show a complete stock I GLOrllING The largest andr most ittractiv Swe have ever i shown and LOWER IN PRIC1S Than you will f find elsewhere i nnd01iFeb21 opened out a large RI iG I CORSETS hapas in Blue i c cLL 1 3 visit our Wall Paper 11DcntiaHto inand Rug Depart more complete than 1 In Shoes we are showing Vici Kid Calf Patent Kid Calf Boc Calf ri made on all last from the plainest to the S most extreme Call and them We Guarantee to Suit i We still extend a speciai i inVitotiontp buyers ouf9rpastgeweCunningham fi Duncan l jtj iiiti iiWi ij itiijwWiw l I TTsATTYoursC I f S And W Costs You Nohrnt y I You can get almost ANYTHING YOU WANT iiu exchange for REBATE STAMPS We gave away last Chriijtmai a 100 piece W S dinner set EXTRA to Miss Lizzie Adams for haying collected the most rebate stamps up to that time On July 4tit we will give two IEXTRAS to the two parties collecting the largest amounte of re 5a bate stamps by that date the Iargat amount to have S first cheice Will announce later what theEXTRAS will be begia at once to collect REBATE STAMPS flare aijo the stores that =iiwantyour cash trade jf GRUNDY CLAYBROOKE 8c l cINTIRE f S Everything new in Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Cdiea ani Geata Ifg wear Prices cant bo heat J JOHN C SHADERJ r biS I clerks who wait on yon like they want yoir trade and give s you rebate stamps too IWOOD VVIMSATT tEverything in Drugs Paints and Oils Bottom Prices 1D ROBERTSON JW J ON t5 A complete lina of Hardwarb and Farmers s pp lesalsorroIJOHN Y MAYES j 15 Furniture and Undertakhgteverytblng the latest get our prices 1SCarefal attention r ALWAYS ASK FOR REBATE STAMPS r HHHMIftHHH1IM1M fIR 1M t t t t f nreaeieiv i The Confederate stars and bhracreI- n 1833 by the camp ling Ths wts In size and shape Hk the other except that it was white with nq stripes and the battleflag in the upper corner next the staff It was found deficient In actual service in that displaying so much white ibwa- Souiptlmes apt to be mistaken onn flig of truce 1SIJ5 giive place to the last flag ofthe iCon fojdeRuvv the outer half being red vtjrtlrai bar Appsarlng so late In the wiir It was uotrso familiar as the otli eiwin tact It was comparatively little kjiown i Rome Churches Thp guIdebooks are respoqslblQ for tht3ffhhflap Impression that ther are SiL BfclnHt In Rome tine for 4Tcry- il tIle rv of but that is a mlstske Tii Tfcnct uunjberls 352 including the four gteit basilicas outside the Walls BtldwtlKwr there are about OlStbnp el counectctl with monasteries nun narks schools and private palace and itt large number of shrines erected by Indlviiluals In different parts of th city tp fnlllll vows or show gratltudp foe dtllvtrauce from peril or alc ness Tlicre are monastic establlshnients 42 for monks and 20 for nunsIt Just l Stock of J I tThe latest White Pink and Patent Velour c examine you cash iOi Oncollectthg supplemented KodoI J Dyspepsia Curt D ists what ywatThis iJreptraMom contain fill ofv4ilgeitants and digests all kia i loocL ItglTMloitanfcMliefaiidMMr llatocpre uanonJM M sba toM foodyogwMfcM OStSISIMPt utoaaolis cit tUu Bjr JU thoaMnds of disps JIUOI MY bii cured aftsrey r7i else iaIld t l1refIBt foraMtaguou the ib eb reliiyil alt dleec arMr D4etiBgbIRDesNl7 PSSItW Ittb ltldpre4eaibV JODeWIfto heI WMSISC ei slsss t TO CU- Take D R RA t lftaaitre JkOMG Qsiice Tab il ets All druggists refKn4 thee sy If it fallS tjp cure XJGrenl gature hon e cKox25c t f Mfaiogton D Q March 24 02 The Rirn Ambassador- uiks V twicer ted attempt fe be4iaoc create bard feel jacJ ee lbis govemefl- tS tbeU iS and to crea- teiettiet a among our people r f c aM2t the Itussians Ho says tb puatron of repOrts that Rawik would not permit this foiwnment to deal with Turkey ia fly way it sees fit in connec tioa With the kidnapping of Miss Ston were a part of the tirstt cipublished accounts of Co Mkck atrocities upon students whicli k declared untrue a part taE the iatter Istates most t t phticallyt tba Russia has othipir to dp with Turkey and willtKave nothing to dp with wbatitbe TJ a demands of the ESIl n or how it enforces the demaod that Russ a Snow as riways is friendly in evpry sense Of the word toward theU S In n iot1TurkeYit rrfaybe stated tbafr it is stUl denied at the DepittIentiof State that this j gorff nment has made any de j man pf Turkey in connection Iwith JMiss Sf neJ except for- tttsistanceln placing respon ibili tyi Tn cable news indicates Jtbatrdift renf idea is prevalent ia Etfrppe I The administrationi won its fifht ior Cfaban reciprocity asft was clear a 1V ekagotb t it1 would1 and a bill authorizing the president Itcimake a reciprocity t arMent with Cuba allpwinga reduction of 20 pet dept from preseai duties wilt be passed by f the House in a few day it but the QubaaS are now kicking and yin thata reduction of 20 per t tj rcent will do them no good If that ii4 tru hey make theagree mehtj However that is not very probable Their kicking is with the hope that the Senate may makethe reduction larger The Bousepasedthe 60000 COO Itiver and Harbor bill after a little squealing from those who trt didnt any ofthe porku for their districts The silt was defended by members of both parties which showed That the minority iad been given some of the t porklv Itbtgins to look as though provision would be made at hisC sessipQ6f CJongress for beginning the long talked of Memo rial bridge to Arlington The idea of inaking the laying of the l corner stone of the McKinley Memorial arch Which is proposed for the Washington endef the bridge a feature of theexerI SciesCnnecthd with theenterJ tainnaentibf this years national enc mpmentOf the G A R to be held in Washuigton is being jBuppOrted by prominent men ofl both political parties and Sen ator fartin of Virginia has of fered an amendment to the Sun dry Civil Service appropriation billli6oOpOtQ begin workS on Sthe bridge in accordance with i the plans jpf the Parking Com missi6fl V Th fupprteP of the Nicara igua Canal Bill have been given a str tjg retoinderthat the oppp Snantsbfthat measure are strong I with tfie powers that be if they are not numerous enougn to defeat the bill on a vote The steering committeei of the mat jority this week ignored theNic 4rflgutu Canal bill and decided that after fhe Oleomargarine bill whichinow has right of way as the VunfihisBed business of the Senate is disposed ftJte j rsBloodJfWhat is it asks the mother as she otictsthe smooth skin of her child MarredJbjr a red or pimply eruption It is uspore blood and the child needs at aonce to begin the use of Dr- PieTCesGolden Medical Discov ery the lest and surest remedy for impurity of the blood It I Ientre1y eradi cates the poisons corruptth cause disease It cures scrofula boils pimples eczema salt rheum and other t eruptive diseases i which are the di J It rect result of ira J f pure blood It b enriches as well aspnrifies the bl d benepformyDeMcwego CoNy DQtbJ1adsCroula I bave twdaujthteri in leu than five years jrtUic iWBptIon sndrofuTw three eara wittrhano1 tHenfiAtobtl It ago r J1e ocrtootlias ot had u hemorrhage ju Over a ear y younger son bad scrofulos his aecic bad two lanced but hauot Ife Iiebe commenced to take yotyjnje- dAcoeptH04snbstitutefor GbWenitfed MM Discovery There is nothing n just stomachWtheaski1JgyKIQ1 wvletrithe best medical book e t stampSpayat onecent stamps for paper covers r torI t On Jellies BpreddSatalnpoatlugof PUREREFtIIEDPARAFFIIiE 1Wiltadd proof PttroBeflnedfarafflno also utefttl in a dozen other ways about the liottso Jpuli packageIbid STANDARD OILCO Chinese Exclusion bill bll be taken upiAs both of these bills will be debated at lengih this action effectually shuts out the i Nicaragua Canal bill for1 some tune to come and adds material ly to the chances that it will not be acted upon at the prceiSessl- oTh although JIemberSof thef committee have promised that it should Senators manage to nject a little fun Into the most serious matters occasionally Au InE stance was when the bill for the protection of the President off the United States which has just been passed although itisJ extremely doubtful whether itl will add even the lightstbit to he protection of the President j was under consideration Senator Bacon had taken personal offense at some remarks ot Sen ate r MaJjon concerning an amendment he hail offered and Sena tor Mason had incidentally men l tibned that every yisior lothej British House of Commons was searched to see if he had bombs under his coat anyll Bacon said lie had visited the House of Commons several times and had never been searched To that Senator Mason replied Well it may be the Senators mild lace that gives him admittance Possibly my face is against mo bnt lean assert with great positiveness that I have been forced notonly to give the best of letters of introduction hut to submit to a rigid examina tion The face of ithe Senator from Georgia however would ad mit him anywhdre Later Sea ator Hoar author of the bill inn few remarks highly complimen tary to epator Bacan suid thatI he agreed with the Senator from Illinois that the Senator from Georgia had a very mild face and added this little verse That face would let him Through StPeters gate While Badeyed martyrs Had to stand and wait Many rumors are current to the effect that Speaker Render son will excrcisehlS authbritv as chairman of the committee 6n rulesto prevent a rule being reported to the House for the eon sideration of the Ship Subsidy biil which was this week passed bytheSenate but the closest in Vestigaiiort finds nothing more substantial as a basis for the sentiments their cbnstituants voted agaiist the subsidy bilL From this it yas argued that Speaker Henderson who it isi uuderstood has a fight on his hands atfhonio for his seat inuthe next House will as a matter of self preservation prevent the passage oftbe subsid bill at this session of Congress rCant Keep It Secret The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming to light No such j tand remedtfnr Liver and Bowel trouble was ever known bsfore Thousands blss them for curing Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice and Indi gestion Try them 25c at Hay donRobertsons drug store Se vere Cold for three Months TI1e following letter from A J Nti baum of Batesyille Ind tells its ow story I suffered for three month with a severe old A dfng ist pre pared me some medicine and a docor prescribed for me yet I did not im prove I then tried Foleys Honey and Tar aud eight doses cured me Refuse ubstitutcs Sold by Wood and wimsatt 5Oil Leases Nearly 10000 acres ot the best firms in Mercer are COy ered by oillease contracts for the term of one year It is a contract that if oil is found the owner of the land is to receive 9 oneeighb of the proceeds of the profit If the leases are renew ed after 12 months have expired ten cents per aure is lobo paidi the owner otherwise the lease becomes void Democrat Surgeons knife Not Needed Surgery is no longer necessary curepllcs JeWitts Witch Hazel ale cures such cases at once rft- moving the necessity for dangcrousj painful and expensive opera ions ForBurbs t scalds cntsY wounds sores bruises and skin diseases it Is Un- equaled1 Beware of counterfeits Haydon and Robertson I A Jbkc He laughs bs who laughs lStud octas1on9lIy the prac t ifqalcer hs it turned On him to his sorrow There nr Jiut few arouoaSerepeople uo do not remember Frank House who oncOllved bOre There arei several members of the ffamily and anlqng hem a sister who livesnear Brjadfaraaville Sometime aga tQet received informs tion that there was a large for tune leftin Baltimore to which they were entitled as heirs TheI lpwyerbufawork of establisning a claim was slow In order to playa joko on his sister Fijank who lives inj Louisville saved up a little money and fitting himself out in gorgeous attire1 he went out to Bradford8ville to visit his sister and deposits a sraall Bradforpsillebank sister that b4f had sold his inter etfor 10000 The thought of so much money almost dazzled Miss House jand sHe was deter- rniOedto push the matter She employed the assistance of a Lebanon attorney and the re sult of his investigation was a revelation of the hoax placed by Frank Then the sister deter mined toget even with Frank and with the assistance of friend she wrbte him that another brother at Ndshville Tenn had disposed bf hisi interest for large lumber mill and several other valuable properties in that city As soon as Frank received the letter he wired his sister I start for Tennessee tonighti He went and it cost him something like 50 to make the tripand learn that the laugh was op him asa reward for the jolr he play ed at his sisters expense It is said there is nothing in the re port that they are heirs to a for tuneLeban SOO ADVICE Falcon The most miserable tminzsn the world frerrgIfrom Dyspepsia aud Liver Corn plaint More than seventy five per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two diseases uod their effects such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache Habitual Cos livebes3 Palpitation of tie Heart Heart burn Vat rbraIIJ fttlthoiOlSInnDiS1ICotnjog up of Food after Eating 111 Low Spirits etc Go to yuur Druggist andiet n botil4l of August FJpwer for 75 ceuta Two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Special Almanac jCoulhSett cd Her Lungs sII UMy daughter had a terrible cough which settlec ouyhcr lungs says N Jacksou Danville HI Ve tried a great many retnedics wit outrclciii until we gave tfcr Foleys Honey and Tar which cnrei h rRefns sub JttituteSohdyWooj and Wiroutr Irnrry Ip medicine Every housekeeper recognizes the need of cffecth medicines to be ussd in emergencres when something remtedy Perry Daviq Painkiller for sprains and bruises for strained mus clcs and for the aches and painsre suiting from blows aud falls Its mis slqtt of mercy b gan sfsty years ago Hisuscd in all countries There is but one Painkiller Perry Ifavis Mixup Relationship Several years ago Salurn Bon nett a widowtrat Madis m T1I married Miss Abbie Smith the daughter of u widow Mark wood Bennet married the widow who is the mother of his fathers wife By the marriage Mark wood Bennet becomes this own Postm PalnISof So Glen FallsjN Y des cribes a condition which thous ifnds oflun andwomcn fi n d identical with theirs Read what he Says the similarity and noteI ofyourl own case Write to- himcncloing starnpedad dressed envcl L D Palmerfor r ply and get a personal corroboration of what is 1here gIVeniRc says regardmgI t i MilestHeart Curesuffered agqnizin pain in the left breast and between my shoulders from heart trouble Iy heart would palpi IInight walked thewfltx for to would have meant sudden death jcondition secme thooclc SdowllI I began taking Or Miles Heart but it helped rneffrom the first Later 1 took Dr M Norvjne with the Heart Cure and the effect tfj ast- IIJUhing I eameUy haphirezniiIar su- fi ferersto give these remedies n Sold iy till Druggistsjdn guarantee iDr Miles Medical Co Elkhart hid faliri fatherTu taw and his ol own grandfather jaw Mrs Markwood becomes the j dtiogbtwinlaw of her own daujhterjMwhich is ti say shells flier own giiaoddau hter Mark j vvuods wife is Saemy daughter ifiaw as well ashis motherin I 1hiAvy while Salem is bqth the CrfcKer and Sonialaw nfhis wPjj son Saeras wife is both aauII ghterandjnother in Jaw to bet tNn motOr und 13 her own1 grandmother if she has any children shewiii be both motner ind raridiEbthir to them aud they will be their brother Mark woods grandchild rec Mark wood is not only his Own grind J fathers but is the grandfather of his broter nod sister and if children are born ip hIm he will be their Kreat grandfather as well as tneir father Should children be born to botb Salem and Bennet the parents should take a day off to figure out the1 relationship between the babies The wind that blows nobody good is bent en err nd1 of mischief in fall and winter Itpfdduce that most dangerous of common complaints a bad cold Your cold will not become bronchitis nor consumption if you make timely use of Allens Lung Balsam Take it fre quently until the cough and stopped up feeling inthe chest are pone Contains no opium and win not disturb digestion To Accomodate Those who are partial to the use of atomizers in applying liquids into the nasal passage for catarrhal trouble the proprietors prepare Elys Cream Balm Price including spraying tube cents Druggists or by mail The liquid embodies the medicinal proper ties of tire solid preperatl n Cream Balm is absorbed by tile membranes and does uot dry up the secretions but changes them to ak natural and healthy secretion ElyBros 56 War ran St NYV j jSRaw OrlInft med Lunjjs Yiild rapidly Ao the wonderful curative and healing quatitisof Folcys Honey and Tar It prevents pneu inonia and consumption from a hard ccld seated on tIle lungs Wood and Wimsatt Reduced Rates to the West Commencing March 1st and dailv thfcpaftpr jintil April 80i h 1902 the Wisconsin Central Ry will sell SSettiers tick Hs frou Chicogo to points in Mjntana Idaho Oregon Washington and British Columbia at grCatlyie duced rates For detailed information inquire uf nearest Ticket Agntoradress T D CampbellI D P A 18 PIke Builciug jcinniitl 6torJiks C Pond Gen- iPhsengir Agent Milwaukee Wis PICKINGS FROMFICTION If you would have a noble son be a noble fnther144 New Epigrams t I Keep me from caring more for books thnn for f ks for art than for life The Ruling Passion 4 In some ntrlinonlal waters are the kind of fish that swallow the bait Imt leave the hook untouched By Bread AloneSSome people like some shrubs must be crushed n order to obtain the real value of their csseticeIly tile HIgh- er two things which could never be imagined but there is nothing which may not happen China Iii Is not synonymous with liberty They tire often confound ed but they are quite distinct The Rights of Man Martyrdom the apotheosis of rcsfg nation comes more naturally to worn en than to men more hardly to men than to women Count Hannibal Trite self control ato be got In the midst of struggle It is not mutilationS in the midst of natural des jlmI subordination of each desire to the good of the whole man Culture and llestralnt The Poor Little Fellow The street Arab lives by his wits If he lives at nil well Two youngsters who peddle cough drops on Chestnut street have learned this thoroughly One of these boys Is much larger than the other and a crowd was attracted to the corner of Ninth and Chestnut streets the other day to see the big boy pmnmoling the little boy At the proper time the big one disappeared leaving thr little one surrounded by sympathetic onlookers Several per sons pitying the poor little fellow gave him nickels and pennies The sequel showed that the poor lit tic fellow was in league with hla sup posed tormentor No sooner had the crowd dispersed than the big boy came 1hieatedl 1 same result ihiladclphla Times Obliterating Smallpox IMUlnjj- BSelentlflctrcatment and much sklllare required to remove smallpox pittings successfully This treatment Is given by a masseuse but massage is not used as It would never remove tic pittings The process requires a careful removing little by little of old ticle The new which takes the place Is smoother than Its predecessor and requires about ten days for treatment Thus after a couple or more treat ments and In a comparatively short 1yIIHuh grumbled Mr Sklnnay who was being uncomfortably crowded by the jolly losing fat man Thesb carS the fat man welgbtI It Stand worth ard and Times UiOgerinIneIthe r mcdr that cures n edIdin ono day 1 becjtreath to my children Scrofula witn all its Sndaiit horrors iunuhation and suffering This is atrange lcgacyr to leave to pOSterity a heavy burden to ihe jiJThisthe growth and development of the faculties and the clild lorn of blood arenthgeisScrofuit is a disease vith numerous and variedi i i neckhnd J Jskin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the of dangerousnndattacksthcblood resulting in hite Swelling a paliidwaxy aPPearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body r 0 B piicombines both guaraniime making jtthe ideal remedying all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated t iidpermanentimprovesland ssimilati6nof food restores the lost properties skin to and the blood and quickens the circulation bringing aJealthy bodytadvLseanhelp andkinSWJFTSPECIWIC CO AtXmmt O iMBTEOES iSPONSOE J t PU8LIC j ii INTEREST CENTERS IN MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT LDlrltlen ten tiQn IVlth Prince lien ry of lrissIntler Head riot TO ed by UJIUHUH Honorm May rDI Rrmlno nt ICInicii Coronation ILEniurglng front the obscurity orII school lifo only a few months MIss AUcp1 R6pscvclt has In that brIef space iMeoiuc a figure of international Interest Although as daughter of the president sjlie tiaturally attracted much attontloa her tieleetloti by the kaIser as sirji qr for his yacht at once raised her to the position of a celebrity In the public wind Thlstlias been greatly In tansiUed h the probability that MIss llcoseelt wlll attend the coronation rf Ii1 Edwaifl where as daughter of vf head of a great nation she will be accorded honors usually bestowed only on rojfaj personages Indeed Is It asserted ihat the visit of Miss Roose red would exceed lu Importance that of Prince lleury to this country During the past few weeks Miss Roosevelt who celebrated her eight eenth birthday on Feb 11 has been munch feted in Washington neverthe less and greatly to her credit she still remains the charmingly unaffected and wholesome girl who made her first bow to the world of socjety on Jan At Shooters Island all is ready for the llaunching of the kaisers yacht Messes Tdwnsend i Downey the builders have sent out about 2000 vitations for the event As the island Is private property none but those fortunate enough to bold tickets will be permitted to land This of course docs not Include official visitors Along the side of the marine rail way down which the Meteor will slide a christening stand has been erected It Is covered with gay canvas to pro ject MJss Roosevelt Prince Henry the president and guests of honor The is land yards and buildings will blossom Photo copyright lW Frances a Johnson MISS ALICE ltOOSEVELTi with flags among which the stars andS stripes and the royal standard of Ger many will predominate Time German Marine band from the royal yacht Hol hcnzollerii and the United States Ma- rIne band will furnish music for the occasion Standing beside Prince Henry hold Ing a flagon of wine from the kaisers cellars Miss Roosevelt will await the Starting of the yacht down the ways theIroar of cannon the crash of music and the sound of many voices the flagon will be dashed against the steel prow with the words I christen thee Me tear Should Miss Roosevelt attend the coronation of King Edward of Eng land as now seems probable those fa mllior with court procedure say she would be received with the most ills tinguished hortor It Is held that the presidents daughter would be out of place merely as a young lady In the suit of Special Embassador Whltelaw Reid The bard and fast rules of a monarchy it Is said make it necessary to recognize her completely or not at all Court etiquette being strictly observ ed Miss Roosevelt would rank with the princesses of the royal blood next to those in immediate station toa throne If sl e attends the coronation ceremony she will wear a robe of crimson or as It Is called royal purple and will be distinguished from tie peeresses by additional bands of er mine and miniver The princesses of course willS wear golden coronets MIss Roosevelt would be conspicuous by the absence of this Adornment because her fathers dignlfji Is not hereditary Court etiquette Would also demand that the presidents daughter should bIlodged at one of the royal palaces This course would be pursued by the king unless it was the desire of the president that his daughter should visit Englan1 Iperely as a member of the special envoys pattyi Miss Roosevelts education has been of such a character pa to particularly fit her for feoclal life She ins been trained In this accomplishments rather than the sol branches lu music lit erature audI the French and German languages she is proficient butbnd nOi leaning towiird scientific studies In appearance Miss Roosevelt is a most attractive girl Her face Is oval and her features fire regular anti sym metrical Her complexion Is her hair light brotvn falraildI beauty she possesses that great of attraction perfect good health 1J AFTER THE NORTH POLE 7- Canadian lea Caytaln Flmg a IAM iSoJaaralaDetteleeUnless the nprth pole in shiftier oil Its pins than it In generally glrea cred IIt for it cannot much longer remain seclusion It basso long affeciei lithe explorers on all aides ant below litIchances of final capture seem Inevlta ble Captain Jules Eleazer Bender a tl4ibuntEngland preparing an expedition but Is now in Canada where be expects to raise 40000 to complete his arrange meats The expedition In to sail from VaB conver early in the summer of 1903 and Captain Bernlcr anticipates that his effort to reach the pole will take at CAJTJU3 JULEH least four years His ship will be steel sheathed 120 feet long 30 feet beSts and 18 feet deep She will betheatcti by steam and electricity A complete system of telephones will connect the various parts ofthe shIp A telescopic pole Is to be fitted to the most which when extended will reach an elevation of 200 feet This Is for communication between the ship aud parties on shore by wireless jteleKra pby Captain Berhiei thinks pj tkls moans it will be possible for him to maintain communication with Dawson City Alaska during the first irlnt r in the ice and the second year he will endeavor to communicate with tbe world by wireless telegraphy to either Dawson City or Hammerfest wkicli latter port will then be 1200 miles dis tone For the final dash to the pole which Captain Bernier will make acrOss the ice be Intends to use two specially de signed five horsepower motor cars each capable of holding 2000 pousda The motors are so designed that If the exigency arises they can be quickly converted into boats each holding 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