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IT1TTTl IHt NEWIJEftA i R r j f t j8f I j IL f fC jU J I Ar r1rieV61 IX No 14 i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTYftKE1TUCKY APRIL ft L002I 4 lt 1 jgj I 5 2f1 ffA n I DECTORY t i4Inll IIClj cot O 1fifcqrw j5 ty5t ili otGfii it1iti fiI Aoti jri W Mil from wWcwu JtarttotowN branch of c Hfr KMfcTUfe railroad In- S Jli as4 agricultural district aa tgrapk 4 teleOfI ast Jmshi1ber + lWOlatloof- I yum pruMt live in CoiHCre t lion P K KUle Kit MipMMttfotiv in Kentucky Lerii 4 t W C A Deliey Ihr h1IwtttPysrCabiiv111e x t HJ oe 1Ditectr cOURTCZCUIT Cfcff lt cct tocUa the fourth KlT I 7bniary My ad Qcto r C ZPttsvn Jad eJwSx 7 C tmoawiMilth At I1X CpI1f Olerk rk4A M4ky Vaster COE2IU al c f C StQUATZRIXCOUR1 0 HiirlyI Cwirt Is kC1douthe thini 7 1IiLitH r ti S CXMJNTY COURT 1 Court meet ontbc fourth lMy Ja sack t LLLitscySsidge t tV T looker Ctntr Cerk i JcfQaJjrsCroakeRkirgIskaM HUicy O bmnie Mt1licaa Deputies h hMutersff Japs F Moore CpHHty Surveyor J tt Royalty Assessor d T POIryanfleputyt SiAZebrt Koe TreasuretJ Metgery Coroner i CITY COURT tJliJIiI1er Police Judge tr J 111Grace Marshal W D Claybrooke City Attorney i JUSTICE COUriT 1- t ApcUJiily ad October 7 Church D1rct rid BAPTIST CHURCH Ren tieorre W Bwope p torBer yetiHaJat II ain and 730 I Sunday Sctool at 830 Prayer 3itIaIeH Wednesday night at 730 i MKTHODIST CHURCHl l Revs g P tItut Paator Services + 9fi te Ffr taadThlrd Sundays In each Mwtkatil a waad 730pui Sun iiajr Jcheoi ev ry Sunday at 10 rm qPrayr eetlg every Wednesday 1ckt t tSI I Jt B 1UAN CHURCH V5YZC Lawo PastorSerc d fa atli arn andVi30 t paYPriyc aieetiiltf every ThtrsdayjJj Igt iri trL CATHOLIC CHURCH Ji Jtje i RE eanessayr Pastor fier yiMCjrrirf sMtAar at8 and 10 oclock- aJ ft ftMrrices at 81 Rose same hours CMWSTIAN CHURCHI levi H F Lloyd Pastor Services caS4Jbltk Siadiy Its each bZL ItilI 1 AII jatsruIOrdr J t Muoic LoDG springile d 10dg fo tJO iaetts second Moaday in eac- histk WatRgte R 0 Chapter No 57 etttyiay third Monday Spcliif field CoHiieUJfot 52 meets on vry CHurtk Monday XKI6KTS of Tin MACAHBEST Meets eYeri JrstW dHjniay in each month OR K Bicx HAWK T JBKNo S4 rtets every Wednesday night in wIgwam McElroy Hall LDdN TIMI TABLE lirtnl u4 Htwtm ft Trilis 7 L UvruIv Arlllttrlarle1dL 5301201 UVijisy Xlii 5 4113- 6a Ikr547141IIrskesM11l1l It aslyTim- esj4JMM5WS 2 n 2325- I H Xaaanta113-M sssIs 1413U- II DaWYIIIt 453 0 3SlCa SrIs5t 53 g WslIbIsrst70443gg y 4 iB E5b11 rM1muTUlIII 7 t f3skPak731JgI g Arj885 II PX ftX44Ka1dc J1J rhtKat551l 1nwC i biiaaskti s vin yed to illl 4At Mhtepee o f kl1aJ w Tsiflt pj JIK1 5o dsp JalMllcML I ii i iii jA Of aAAARftAAnA ftftAnftnftftftnft ftftnnn t1 m I TreeTap Mornings rHowl 11kthetreotop mornings in the early early spring Theres a fteadjjr s Jufldot roaring Like a score of rivers pouringI Ora hnndred giants snoring Or a thousand birds upsoaring tTheres a rattle as of battle anda sot of splendid swing ter j iOf the branches anortbe otrrtalnB and almost of eyervthing Ob Hove tho treetop mornings in the early early spinpjgl- Oh what fan on treetop morningsln the early early springi When the wind is loud as thunder- And It snaps the boughs asunder And it lifts you up from under Just to zigzag and wonder t the hurry and the scurry that such windy mornings bring At the napping and le slapping of toe clothesline on the wing ObT lov the treetop mornings in the early early spring Eth lwyn Wetberald in Youths OEpanlona RADEDSCHOOLThequesI prmgneia has been gitatet again and it is said that the proposition is nleetuig with favor among those whq are in erested Ii the school system of The town The graded school idea has been advocated here several times in the past but has developed more or less opposition but it is now thought that if the matter is pushed it can lDe successfully carried through There will be a good alllof tep pet be gone through with such as submitting he question to a vote of the people and other steps before the matter can be settled and all of that will take time ItTheilB6i tth 1iOenstifoti all bsi nesses and all professions in Springfield evidently endeavored to treat all alike so that there would be no kick about unjust The ordinance takes in everything and everybody and none escapes who is considered eligible tobe placed on the list The trustees evidently went on the plan top of 3C tariff for revenub only as the license was not made excessivE enough in any case to drive any one out of business There is some protest from the saloon men to be sure who have been raised seventyfive dollars a year more but they willprobably submit and make the best of the situation There is one thing be trustees should makma spec jal effort towards accomplishing With this new revenue and that is to get the streets in better not a square bf street in the town that does need repairing It will take money probably more than the amount of the new revenue but we beleive that the taxpayerr will approve of such an expend iture and there will be no complaint about an increased burden of taxation when it is demon strated that the money will be judiciously expended jn street improvements INEW FIRM Mr SItThompson has rented his new livery stable which has just been completed to Messrs John11 F Simms and Frank Simms wh wilL assume charge and stool the stable on or about May 1st Mr Thompson had intended op erating the sable himself put concluded that the management of the new hotel would occupy his time and attention later o and decided to lIeas6 the stable property The Messrs Simu Is will doubtless make a success o IfI their undertaking I a t nw ROUND tALK co- nditionThereis HEAT According to a well known harvesti ng machine agent whose business it is to keep posted on the sub ject the wheat crop forWnsh ington and adjoining counties this year will be detidedl short There is nearly always hopes for whe coming out and de lop ing iinto agood crop even late i ithe spring but the seas6n ipltow far enough advanced to give an estimate The fields look de cidedly bad and in a good man instances farmers have begun t r plow the wheat under preparatory to planting the ground in nlwasaboveyeild will be i1QYprobah t1 only three fourths of aaaverat J croll Jt NSDRANCE Tfie Board ofj Underwriters controlling fire insurance companies has de cided to iihcrease insurance rates twenty five percent On certain classes of risks in the state and to make a general increase on everything SprirfgfieldJ has been expecting to get a decrease since the water works system has been installed and the reduc tion has been promised ds soon as certain requirements in regard to a fire department shall have been met It would be rather an additional hardship to be given a raise just when the people had been counting on a feduction but such a condition appears im minent We understand that all but a few o the requirments of the insurance companies have been met by the Town Trustees and it is to be hoped that those few will be satisfied before the raiseis made Insurance rates in the town are too high already for prosperity IB UILDING S p ring fi e Ids building boom shows no sign x f abatement and as soon as the Weather opens up the sound of the saw and the hammer will be abroad in the land and the worthy carpenter will be the most iimportant commodity on the market In addition to the houses already under way and those mentioned in previous items in this paper we have heard of a nice cottage and office building for W C McChord on his lot on Main Cross street Mr Sidney Green will erect a handsome residence on his lot opposite the High School East Mam Mr S H Bishop has be HighhmdLAve MainEstreet Other iimprovements are in contemplation which include an important deal for Main street property and the probable erection1 of a business block A GOOD THING German Syrup Ill specval prescription Jlf Dr A linschi cHnbrutetl Geriiiai andI rtcttoowledgud PhYSiCIji ihe most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quiclclv curs Coughs Colds 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 iis noLan experi montal medicine buthas stood the test of years giving satisfac tion in every case which its raqidly increasing sale every season confirms Two million bottles sold annually Bos bees Germap Syi wan introduced in the Unit1 es in 1868 and is nOw sold n vejy town and villager j n tne civilized world Threi dosss will relieve any or dinary cough rice 75 cents GUI iJreens Special Almanac LoseDif you are wet and feel chilled to the bone after a tramp through the storm Get into jdry clothes at once teaIhot water with a little sugar Thus lyou wUaooJacld and posdbly a long sicknesd The precaution iis 11worth while There is but one Pain killer Perry Davs IrcdnceKjf prt clltlon is worth a IfIAn of cure aud a bottle of Bal lIard Horehpund Syrup used in time is worth a staff of physicians with a drug store or two included Price 25 and cents Haydon arid Robertson ri rast friends Rushville Ind- Messrs Ely Eros I have been a great sUffererifrom catarrah arid hay fever and tried mapy things but found no permanent relolf until I J foundit in Elys Cream Balm about eight years ako and we have bee fast frieudseyer since Rev R M Bentley Prove its value by Investing lOJcts hi tfiat size of Elys Cream Bilm u11YNY I Lebanon Locals From the ED erpriBeI IMr J F Barker sold his residence in new Lebanon to Mr T H King for 1800 Mr Baker will move to LoiiiVviKe whore he has a good position Mr Baker is one of our best ciiizensand the Enterprise wiLLie host ofNfripnrJii alongtt very much to see such men as he is ic av uur town Our bet wishes are always 1Vith him Thenrin nf S hi Gnusiead Goq whose headquarters are nowiu this city handled last week 19900 don eggs and 12000 pounds of poultry Their i this week Wedreceipts UD 10 nesday noon were much heavier and they expect to handle iev erai thousand dozen more this week than last The establishment ot their headquarters here is quite an important item to the farmers and business interests of tbis vicinity Messrs John Kearnsand W P Myers oJHhis city leceived a jOint telegram from Washington Tuesday evening ffom B T Conway which stated that an agreement had been mado between ihe two applicants fbr Lebanon post office Messrs B T Conway and W T Hawkins the teruiof which as far as known are that the former is to be post master and the latter deputy This was a surprisp toI the friends of each Messrs Cori7ay and Hawkins are both in Washington Who effected toe compromise is not known Mr Cuarles Cissel aged about 30 whO lived in the vicinity of Mclntire died last Friday of rights Disease Interment at Holy Cross last Sunday lJe iea ed leaves a wife and live children Lebanon will have a street fair from May 9 to 10 The en terprise will be in charge of a Cincinnrti firm which makes such entertainments a business Citizens of the town subscribed 200 Every Mother knows lu w hard it is to keep the chiMren coeredupatonce They will kirk the qnilts off and take cold Do not give them medicine containingopium liens Lung Balsam free from nar cotic drugs is never more useful than lien it rids the children of cold and SYCS the mother anxiety It ciakea a tri nd of everyone who uses it Salesmen Wanted rum in need of a few ff tifol nuffretih men to au inv ljifistants for- th itliI iursurv stuck Pn viou vxperienue not necessary L Ve uuive mtin can earn good 1ts For terms uddress giv itig fall name ige and reference W Y C GRANT Columbia Tenn Wants to llelp Others had stomach trouble all my life says Edward Mehler proprietor of the Union Bootling Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds of remadies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure and havc been taking it to my great satisfactory I never found ite equel for stomach trouble and gladly recommend it iti hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dys pepsia Cure cures aU stomach trout les You dont hnve to diet Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat f Most women with female weakness suffer droadfullyfrom piles in addition to their other pains They may be cured by usiug Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment Price 25 and cents in bottles tubes 7S cents sHayaon and Robertson k l Small ro Two cases of sinall plx Aere discovered here v sterday They are in a very mild for ii and as every precaution has een ttaker to check tho disoas there no danger of eing altu QEd Hho disease iis supursed tw have teEn brought here from nInniug camp in Virginia wncresmHllrjov is epidemic The person came here aue was liTected nv what he thought to b thn itchA The case was so light that he never took his bed Advocate Wlolds A Sharp Ax Millions tnarvel at the multitude of inalndiescut off by Dr Kings New Life PUIsthe mostt distressiug too Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsii Loss otAppetite Jaundice Bil iousness Fever Malaria alll fill before the tAwonder work ers 6oc at Haydon ober soDs drug store 1 Prison Life Something About How the State Convicts Spend Their Time j A COUNt t Frattkfort Ky March 20 1902 In the penitentiary F ink fort we have a community within a community For while the prison is within Frankfort yet the lijfe within the prison walls is separate anl distinct from prisonipoputation which Exceeds the number of in habitants in many of the good sized towns ofthe state One not connected with an ill stitu ion lUte this can form no adequate iidea of the inner life of the place To understand It one must come into close touch with lit and even long and close observation mightfail to give a thor ugh knowledge of prison lifeias there are two viewpoints of Itsrthat of prisoners and that officials Whenever and whatever these two view points will haVeacheived com mon focUSj the many different problems of penology will have been solved Not to generalize any longer Jet us follow a pris- onerfrom the time of his arrival until he has so tospeak become acclimated to his new urround ings and conditions After one has become conyic ted of a criifae and sentencad to a teifm in the penitentiary heis delivered by the county authori- tiEs i to those in charge of the prison At the main office the new prisoners name sentence record pedigree are tak n after which he is passed inside the strong iron gate There he is taken in charge by a guard andt at once conducted to the bathhouse Before the new arrival is allowed to take off his garments he is surrounded by a rirjg Of salt as a precaution of tfie Escape of Vermin ossibly infectingL his clothing All clothing worn in here by fresh prisoners is burned Now the man is measured weighed his body examined for distinguish jug marks all of which are recorded to serve as a subsequent means of identification Then he bathes and is dressed in the uniform garb of the convict made of White cloth with black stripes It is a significant fact though natural that all new prisoners no matter how bright and intelligent they have been hitherto seem dazed and scarce ly conspious of their sad lot at first From the bathhouse the man is invariably taken to the hospital to undergo the wise pre cautionary operation of vaccina tion If the new prisoner is able bodied ne is assigned to one of the shops otherwise he is given some slight employment around the cell house dining roqm etc Work is the greatest blefssing to the prisoner With out it the men brooding over their troubles would go insaneI by the score Idleness greatest misfortune not only toI the institution but also to the mates Of course it seems hard at first that one should be compelled to labor without compen sation bl1tuttie way of the transgressor is hard The great majority of prisoners soon submit cheerfully to the exigen cies ofthe case Yet there are some few who do become recon ciled to itorogue neer felt the halter draw But hatha poor opinion of the law In the Frankfort prison we have the shoe shops broom shops dad the chair shops The men soon be come skillful in their work and turn out very good marketable goods x The working day is of about 1 hours during summer and about 9 hours during winter In the intervening season the number of working hours is regulated by the length of day light The men are required to labor diligently and faithfully TIle meals are taken in the large dining room and the wHite men are Separate from the ne groes There are also separate cell houses provided for Ae two races After the days work js over ana the men have had their supper they march morderly col umnstQ the cell houses Atthis time abrassband composed con I t victs plays marching nausiclwhiciv prevents the men from acquiring theso called prison Stepi Men who have served terms in prison when the inmatesjvalkr in lockstep this has been abolished from our prison told toe that it took them months sometimes years to get put of the peculiar prison step As soon sthe men reach their cells they remain standing at the door withone hand on the bars until they have been counted The cells tre lighted by incandescent eljactric lights and thja men spjend their evenings as they chooSe Some read books others read or write letters many play musical iinstru ments while some alas can only broad over their miseries ujid with aching heads breaking hearts think of the love ones from whOm they are sepejrated At 9 oclock a bell sounds when silence must reign and the lights must go out The prison ers retire to their narrow cots and another day in prison has ended May they at least have happy dreams To speakof a Sunday imprison which is far more interestjing in many respects I have no space Perhaps I maybe allowed to do so in the future The penitentiary is one of the best toanaged insti tntions Of the kind in the South As I have stated there are about 1400 convicts confined within its walls All of them that are phy sically able are kept at work in the shoe shop the broojn fac tory or the chair factory The State realizes from their labor forty cents a day For more than i year the penitentiary has been self supporting and Ji s nearly every mQnth turned money into tile Treasury A first class electric light plant has been installed and awater plant with sufficient pressure to operate all the machinery and furnish all the water to the inj mates has been built This one item alone saves the Stat 500 per month Messrs Fennell Richardson and Green the Prison Commissioners are to be congratulated upon their excellent manage ment of this Institution CoL Eph Lillard the warden of the penitentiary has contributed in no small way to the excellent showing the prison has made during his ragime EDGAR D BtfRfrpN Hois Tbisw Wo otlnr Quo Hundred Dollars Reward any case of Cumin that caanpt be cnlctlpy Halts Catorrh C ire K J CliENEYifcfO Prups folcdOjO We the undersigned hvo kaiown F J Chonoi for the last 15 yaarsj and lls lievo turn perfoctly liouumblo inall bus lucas tnu snctityns and finunclully able to arry out nny obligation linado their fIrm J rUJrtistJioledoif wale Druggists Toledo O Hairs t Catarrh Cure is taken ijitorjialll acting dlrentlv upon tho blond and inuj cottA Burfares of the system Price per bdttle Sold by all Druggists fily inoTuaitlsa tree 1 Mqkes Weak Women Strong i have lakeo your Rfmick Pepsins Blood TonIc t know usedlitstrong I cannot praise It enough Mrs OJ Pickering Olney Ill For sale by jaaydon Saved many time Dont neglect ccughs aud colds even if it is spring Such case bften sult seriously at this ecasou jushbe eause people are careless A dose of oue Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at ouce Sure cure for coughs1 colds croup rrip bro lchitis and other throat and luug troubles have used One Minute Cough Cure Several years says Postmaster C Dawson Barr IIIIIIt is the very beW cough medicine on the market Ithas saved me many a severe spell of sickness aud I warmlyrc ommerid it Tbl childrens favorite t Old Times in Tennessee Even so learned iv histbrlan as Bancroft fell down on this ooint ahd in his bisbry of thd United States says that the state was orinanllv called vFranklaqel and Benjtmin FrauklipJn whose honor the state was sc called earned of the fat only by acci dent In 1788 the salarie of tie offlcew of thisCol1mQnwealthI- lrv ere paidi in pltsand lhefolldw1 i v correct copy oT thft law Ilrv Belt exacted by the General zembyof the State jfFradky lin and is hereby enacted by t oitbk t t e rlj auI t tr th5t IrVi1iriuuarvL- 78 f f uj iIbrlen Liia ra nv ii Mr iff ijuwiCiio k H rt fUiiie tM Covruor perannut 1QO deerskins His hono the ChIef Justice 500 deerskUs ThH secr arv to his1 excellency ijaccoonekinsCopntv Clerkif Rriiica Uoni monr raccoon skins MSmBors ofTThB Assembly per diem 3 raccoon skins Jdstieers fee for s arvins a war rent lminlrskrn At that tine t ta state of Frank lin extended to the 6ast bank pf the Misissipirivttand on tiie west bank was thogrecsenIrnown forests region of lL3uisiana It was then atera inc bgnita save a few ItalianItrading posts on the riverbanks It aas known as the district of Louisiana and in U3Q5 was made the territory of Iouisjana The State of PrankliH which became Tennessee in J79 i was almost aslittle kno nTbenow great city of MempIih was a mere trading post and wusnot laid out as a Vyiiage until L82Q Pelt wre as plentiful ill those davs as pennies and rauehbetter distributed vi irpdsds of cur rency and iajt v The piQneers were perhaps a happy and as well contented a1 iirihe average citizen uowArkans s Gazette A Doctors iiudPlItif Two yers ago jas a result of a severe cold I lost mv voice writes Dr M1L dcardroogb of Herbron Ohio titan began an obstinate cough 3iery remedy known to me as u practicing phy olcian for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Beinsr tirged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for CoDsamptioa Coughs ansi ColdF I found quick relief arid for last ten daystuve felt better ban lor two yeaVs Positively guaranieed for t r atnd Lung troubrs bv Hayden Kobertsr on 50cabd 100 Trial bottVe free v J hot Ihhls leIt tIelFor ail kinds of sores burns Und brqisesor other wounds UeWitts Witch Hazel Salve isi a sure cure Skin diseases Yield to itatjonce Never fails in cases of piles Cooling and healing None genuine but BeWitrs Beware oYcnnterfcits I suffered for many years from sores caused by a guushjt wound ih mi lett eg1I says ASFuller English Tnd It would not neal and gave me much trouble I used all kinds of remedies to no purpose until I ried DeVitts Witch Iazel Salve Afe vboxes jompletcly cured me Haydn and Rcbertson tOOD AjDyICE The most miserable beings the world are jhose suffering in train Dyspepsia and Liver Coin Plaint More than seventy five per cent oIthAI people in the United States arii afflicted with these two diseases iud their effects such h s Sour Stomacbj Sick Headache Habitual Cos iivones3 Palpitation of the Heart Heart bur a Wat0rbrasb Gbawing and Burning Pans at the Pit of the Stomach I low Skin Coated To igue and Dis agreeable Taste in the Mouth Coming up ofPqid after gating Low Spirits etc Go to your Druggist and gpV a bottle of August Plolverfolr 75 ceutsV two doses will relieve you Try it Get Greens Spjecial Almanac Pale Jnaces Porty eighf pi1e faces Were turned into RedMen at the organization of thinew tribe here Wednesday nigh I and all are now rathtn1ffQImore scaipsIt Tired Out cc I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house1I was tired out all the time Then I tried Ayers Sarsapariua and It only took two bottles fo make me fee- lperfectlywellfrirsN S Swis- Bey PrincetoDMo Tired when you go jto bed tired wien youget up timehylUre that s the reason You are living on the border line off nerve ex haustion Take Ayers Sarsaparilla and be tWaIsquicklyi kys tIoeterwWt1M hIHi el Ayssi- It kaev 5 abesttIikg554 eM tI4 PMisw sdstis ws MJ 1Cotwe ass s confidently fecpected that at top braves win belong fia the tribe be fore many moons TJie degree team from vbanfdlp thp work on in fine style for which Hearty thanks areexten deL After the work a supper was served at EedWitz restaurant State Qrgarifeer F W Jones is entitled to all credit for the successful establiSUroent of such n fine Red Mens lodge t here j h mbeffl jbeknpwa as Passyunk Tribe No 83 HarI rodsburgeflertS tq The Grest Dismal SyniMpf Dfy Virginipi isa ocaedin ground t ot Nfalaria terms So M llow wet or marshy gromdevery wperet Those germs caus weakioess chills andfeyet schas injthe bones and muscles iMMl 4 my iinduce dangerous maladies But Electrici Btters never fail i fiatprleventtyphoid JVe tried miHijr remedies for Malaria and Stom4 ach and Liver trpublesr wnta John Charleston ot yesyille 00 U but neVer found anything as gpotf as Electric Bitters TrJthem Only 50c HaydonBpb ertson guarantee satisfaction t NeCtMgiarS J neglect biliousness and com stipation Your health wilt tkjBV if You dO DeW ttsLitU EarlyZla ers cure such cases X R Smiilir 14tUEarlyt pUts lever tookj Nerer gripe aoe cajjeenanseav Hatdonandjebbertson I r Arson Charged JJudge Roach issued ajrrit Tuesday for the arrest oJPLtfi irepzo Yocum a young man pt the Vanarsdell neighborhood chtigedwith arson Lorenzo Isi about 22 years old and seemt6 Have been born fbr deviltry and has caused hs good and re spectable parents rBertYocum and wife great trouble by r eighbcrtlieir property on acoQmtoti itlaniafoj starting fires atreral straw stacjcs liavebeiM btiredjn tbatvicinity and yowjr ocum admitst sektmn5fieto o e belonging to farmer RObiOOi and says he dont know wtiylwi djid it He is well conBecVedaodV ui uch sympathy is felt fOr hf riarents and relatives who reWiU that restraint will baviKftob j placed on him Evidently hit a tiiind is not right The ka ilot been tned at this writiif let iit is predicted that hffwill b sent to the asyium Harroa burg Democrat 1 ICASrORlNJar hlutlaai ciiWnL 1 KM Yw Jw Bears the- a3InatteII of 11 ii v Nearly Fatal MMaway il ilAJ a horrible lctoa ljB B OrnerPramlcli Grrf fJl which defied doctors iwd all remedies for four years Tfcwt 3 ucklens Arnica SaJTi crW lira Just as load for Boil Burns Bruises Cute Corai ScaldsSkinEruptKii a4 PUet 25c at Haydon Jcv kirtaosrt- igstore If Whites Cream Vermifuge jrttoaly ffectttally d0YWO itkab Ireafes the appetite afib Miiiiiiktl ndlransfprmcd a frail isiiaitenaofrobust healtk Price 23e 4- iaydohobetson j K heaver Mr G W Crane of tbie if fEndpf Boyle c tyboiM to the Advocate office y 4cr ky the pelt of afull grow iWarar Hegaid that ope day but iraek the citizens of ThpttpMaviBa0 were attracted by whattbey sup posed to be a dog fight Ajsi yestigatipn proved that tin dofpi of thp vi1Iage1gotteibew i a beaver nas MiB dwt o tw Beech Fork river AiMiMiii furious fight ws beingSand the dogs w ergiimc ibe worst of the et co nter wia somepoe hit the beaver HM head with ak ax Tlwjr aiw veiy rare laKentur aiid Hito was theoaly OIIJI Wr Uiaai al that point Mr fy the pelt to William SUgMtteitftr dealer hrerDsniaeMvocate Thiis tbeae killed atVanArdiss mm account of which ws ptiblWiea jut NEWSLBADIII la w ek V t mm R IN ADVANCE IPGFzELD KY DAViSON1Jr rEBTOxD 7UZflER I I f Local or bP tness notices 10 cents per d e for the first insertion and 5 c eats for hBubscqentfflSertkfl1 It j Calls on candidates and political matter eaa per I1ie Job work la done at lowrates but cash THtM p won delivery of goods Illg contracts made on liberal t v yfaKti and resolutions of respect r 1lp line lmOUN iitjt MagIstrates VeiBy Officers w25QIc OlstrlctOffices THURSDAY APRIL 3 1902 j ANSAS CtorS It dSI iItMt CfNHtymaiiii Kansas tl Hchinson Karfcas March 2g Editor NwsLEADER SoH time agq I Wrote to my brother in regard to crops in BBQO county Kansas The letter t afterwards ws p blished in the NEVS L ADRR Thinking an ileiiofihe SameMnd may be of Y mtereliftfu the readers of ydur Iperafc this time from a Wash fiington county luau I will jot Y down Jifew liies with your per mission for publication Jnre- gardto present prospects for wheat there are a few doubting 1homases While a majority are very hopeful there are a few unfavorable to the present out look As farts I have been able to observe the wheat in 4iany fields is damaged one half amV in other fields it 18 not da bNstubbie and trash or any thing to hold the snow appears to be in prettY ttir condition Again that that was sown late seeD to be the best There was a great deal sown for pastures which JShas tided over many a farmers stock through the winter This seems to be in the worst condition and of course will be planted corn oats and barley The prospects at present are that there will he a large acreageand consequently with a fair Season there w belotof wheat Stock of an kinds is in then best condition and demand good prices There has been shipped from Hutchinson and Benol county seven thousand head off tcattI and nearly as many hogs The last of i 700 head of western cattle that have beer fed at the Hutchinson stock yars and fattened on cotton seedI i meal shipped from the South has been shipped by SuUivan Mills to Kansas City and Sk Josephj markets Ifr has not been aeaniehOw the enter prise ned out financially 4 Bayarid alfalfa is bthsolie at10to12 per ton who have hay tq sell are known ffv bytnose hohoj buy as hay bat I u Adashnig rain of about one t Tuesday and war sintfufellflc v the largesii downpour of the eral rec ntshowerS The Aground is now in a very fair con dition for farm work and all e ptT ERthatyou are boring forp tij1 Washington county The enterprising citizens of Hutchinson are likewise penetrating the bowels of the earth arid say they will go down until they strike the hot place or a bhSnamans- qugue Success to you foroi 4 V B A THOMPSON The TurnIp The ieed of the globe turnip la abou- tbe it twteiitlqth part of an Inch In dEath e ter and1 yctlIn the courseot a few months tthia sted4wfl1 be eplarged by thesoll and the air into 27000000 times Its original bulk and this In addition tjti bunch of leaves It has been toni d by experiment that a turnip seed will under falc condition Increas Its own Trelghtflfteien tlmesin minute Tur plpa grpwfngln peat gj und Jnvc been found to increase more than 15000 times the weight of tficIr Beeda In a y Iiiit D1fnceiyou say He ran Into the police station puffing and blowing tPnfflng and blowing lare synonymous RepprteriNot at nIL ThereB a vast puffJiig1dblowlngbrmupCathoUctahdard Am Tatenio Adaptations Thlnnerton represented an Indian brave atlthe masked ba1L Oh Tyas that itl tvhave fcoen labor tor Tinder the impression that he wen- tast feather r7Washington Times 5t2 Xmclo IJ anj a flnri believer Inluck Why 4 reti1eyMub their oeSaa Francisco Bulletin Qd age makes n specialty ot disco erin lost opportunities Chicago Xewg rw 6 T T QMiftraa WUii KHra WWinWi News From The Gount l tF IfHappenIngs Among the County People ias Reported by our Correspondents 1tOdnnnffftftftnnDLtnI nnnnnftnfto 11 1 JiENWJGK t f Mr vrtm Barker is on the sick list Mr and Mrs 3 N Cullvisited hi Mackville Sunday 3SirVoyd Knoxville Ten wa in our village last week t Mr Matt Wycoff boughfr sbme liosfrom Obe Fowlrat 5 a piecet V IMr Henry wens of Tathani called on his best girl at tillsi place Sunday Richard Begley and wife of Texas visited the family otSdvBegley last week Mr SanfordLogsdonleftMon for Indianapolis much to the regret of his many friendst Mrs Dian Smith has returned homefroIIl a visit to her jdaugh ter Mrs R LThompscnofFred- rickstowne MrWP Lqgsdon who is in bushiess at Lakeland spent several days with his family at this place last week We art sorryo learn of the deathof Mrs Floyd Hall who died March the 28 after a pro t 1actedyears She was a rbdst estimable llady in ever respect arid leaves besides a husband and one small child number of friends and relatives to mourn tier loss MGINT1RE i Mr Thomas Mclntire is liniroving slowly 3L B Hill wasi in your town oll- ushiess Monday Mr Robert Montgomery is not improvingi very fast Mr Marion Simms bought eaFlingy calf of Will Smith buggieswerebrought Saturday Mr and Mrs fligdon visited the llatters sister Mrs T MtBadgelt Sunday I Mr and Mrs Frank Keene vi sited their daughter Mr Robert Mclntfre Snnday last Miss Effa Buckler of St Mary iis visiting her sister Mrst John i Medley ofyour city Mr Wat O Bryan bought a bunch of hogs of Mr T B Bal- lardl price unknown Mr and Mrs Sydney Johnson visited their father Mr and Mrs RvPl Blandford Sunday Mr T D McCulWm sold to VIr Glem Hamilton of Lebanon a pair of work mules for 200 Easter Sunday being an un lfavorable day the attendance at St Rose was not so great as psual on Easter Sunday Mr George Edeten sold a bunch of hogs to Mr Farboe of yOur cityat 5 cents Mr Jas Montgomery is also buying hogs Mr James Larkin delivered the largest hogs at this place llast week that have been de Kveredhere for some time weigh lug 495 pounds Miss Estell Ballard and little sister Alma of Holy pross have gone to St Catherines to enter school after visiting their brother at this plaqeIThe bans of matrimony were published for the second lime Sunday at the St Rose church at fweooMr James McGullom of Hardins Creek and Miss Agnes Waters of your city With success to your valuable paper Valley Hill eMrs Edd Cheathanj Ison the sick list Mr H H Tathacn is visiting his parents at Louisville Owen Ellis bought a horse of Hv Ii Tat am for 60 Jess Washburn sold to Howard Tatham a horse for 60 Born to the wife of Dan Har din a 12 poundboy on the 22nd The wheat crqp is looking much better after the warm spelL Clements and Tathara bought 20 hogs from W M Seay for 155 Mr James Goatley bought a farm from Watlien Janes coh taming 100 acres vWe have had some beautifnli aveiti1flEtd11S3 of it meowing tobacco beds Jlnd PloWing James Tobin had a Jibrse to run off from here itr aJuggy and liit ran three miles without dam aging the buggy He was lucky WWIUUoUiiUlVUV tfillsboro Born to tfiti wife of Robert Thompson a son Leroy MitptieL boughtasowfromEdgai John Armstrongssold a bunch ofshdats toiliomjsoaYankey co f y LeachmanliFairfield Mrs Beitha Miller of Danyille i JandMrsMr and Mrs Ben Mcllvoy are MpliieNoelMartha Shewmaker bought a farm from Dr Dan aree near Mackville Price unknown Misses Sallie and Myrtle Mit chell pf Fairview will make their futnre home at this place with their Aunt Mrs Mary Clarkr Jemiah the itt1e six year old daughter of IJelany Settles was seriously burnt one day last wdekby her clothing catching fire Lee Settles is on the sick jlistv Harry Shoemaker sold his farm known as the Harbison Crook farm to Dan Mcllvoy for 2000 tiPLEASANTf GROVE J H Brpwn Jr is in Lo non this week dMisslaorniiing in Springfield last week Mr Ed Duncan was in Lebanon Sunday to see his best girl HMrtown Sunday to visit his parents DMr TJ Trent was In Louis vile last week buying his spring goods Mr J S Yankey and famuy spentMonday with relatives at MackvUle Miss DAvis VanArsdale was tbeigllest of Mrs James Noe of Springfield llast week Mr William Casey of Perry ville will begin work at Mr J W Kelley s shop this week Mr Welch Clones who has been confaned to his room since Thanksgiving with rheumatism iis ableto be outagain Mr Joe Hall last Wednesday night caugh nine dollars worth of fish off of two throw lines All were cat fish ltfissesJimmie Leacbinan and Sue Reed of Forest View are boarding atf Judge Litseys at tending school tthere The Litey Chemical Com pany will immediately resume work Nile assistants hava been employed and several more will be engaged before tie last of the month Mrs Byron Croake of Sprug field Miss Ella Shaunty of Frederickstown and Miss Ada Huraphtxy were guests at the home of Mr J S Yankeylast week Mr Baron Parks who left for Louisville the first of last month being snmmpned by the Federal jury started for home Monday coming through with a drove of fine horses purchased while s there t JenInieReddia debate last Friday afteunoon The question in discussion That Chant vas a greater General than Lee was skillfully han died by both sides the affirma tiye winning 4 Mr Ivan Rogers and wife who for the past year have been boarding with the farnilYof Mr John Brown left MondWv for Lebanon where they will make their future home During the short stay of Mr Rogers hjOro be made mauy faiends here who are sorry to see him leave PULLIAM Mr DB Sutherland sold 121 1SquireEj andfamily are dangerously ill at this writing Mr Wilson Bunch gave anusl ical entertainment in hqnor of coufiItyMr Oscar R niino who was recently married to AlliQ Rich Ii ardhasdeerted her and it iisi said joined the 1i States- Army j cIIt is thmght by thfienahere that if the dont revive business at that t place somBjjjnfl may writ Yl Paradise LostiThe enter rrise seems to be a desperate j1case of last resort Mr Editoi if you cduld be with us Wednesday morning we would have a mess of the finny tribe I think fish are budding early this spring from dynimite r ports assthere has been already about a half dozen Dynamite ex plosions in the mouth of Stevens Run That should be work for- eth next grand jury Edw Your Tathani orrespondent boasts of his fine fox dogs Now Ed if you want your dogs record broken please get your canines meet me on the Bane Stamping ground and we will decide the speed of the favorites We have an association of fox hunters known as the Minute men who will maTch the fox Rey nard at a moments notice Last fall the whooping cough in this community Now we have the measles rind if scratching is primafacia evi d Ice then the M Ds need not be surprised to find a case of iitchnOlrand then Some peo pIe in this and all other communities have from time inmemori all acted on the principle of the Holy VritUThat it iis better to give than to receive I have written plainly concerning the above but is it not time one spoke against the wholesale ped dUng of contageous diseases There are no less than one hun- red canes of measles expected a t and around Pulliam SuKday last at the home of- thebrides parents Mr Perry illard and Miss Effie B Hood were united in matrimony Rev Fiser pf the M E church officia ted The wedding Was to have been at 2 p m but for some reason the preacher sailed to put iin his appearance The suspense of the couple was broken by the ceremony which was certainly very binding Hillard told your correspondent that all things were as merry as a marriage bell until Tuesday night about y a m when their peace ful serenity was broken by a most alarming charivari from some enthusiastic friends POL1 Mr Ed Wells isV isi i tillnout village this week Jv7 Mr J A Bishop feUdfo on business this week Miss Ella Bonta visited her sister Mrs Maud Bishpp last week Mr Hubert Virgin and sister passed through our villguge Sat urday Evan Crow and wife of Beech land spent Sunday with parents at this place Sunday School will bq organi zed at the Pohn schoolhouse on next Sunday Thurraah Chester visited hi gran4parentsat Mooresvillp on Friday and Saturday Messrs Ed and Steve ScoH wio have been attending school at Pen ville are at home now Miss Grace Hurdin is visiting the family of Mr T Hardcsty Miss Grace Is an energetic girl and needs encouragement We wish her success t Tci Hi anl Springs Born to the wife of J W Goff a girl rD Keeling Bought a horse of Joe Keeling for 75 J W Eoster bought a nicej mare from W W Coulter for 70 Mark Dcdinan sold a horse to Richard Cnr yof Sharps iUe fof8O Severalof our young folks afr tended meeting at St Rose Easter Mrs veryjand a number of others are se riously ill with the same disease ciIIIn pulling up one of our bluffs hiswagon reared up and poured out about six or seven hundred dozen of eggs and other marketing I suppose Mr Gray and Mr Sutherland areusing their sledges and napping hammers on- the road instead of their pencils as I havent seen anything from tliem for some time I think tho sledgt would improve the road fully as much as their pencils tttrCJ jThaicaughj 1 tap on I jYoujI Ii sorts of cough r me i1 1 I 1 IiideepIt J I iiji- ii jt is more liable to ff i produce Ia grippe 1i pneumonia or a seri f1 t JousI throat affection lYou need something j i i f ifii- iifLup the body I f i i iI SCOTTS I i f IfI lletse fails There is no doubt f about it It nourishes 7 = 1 strengthens builds up and f makes the body strongand healthy not only to throws Ioff this hard cough but to I f fortify the system against f further attacks If you are 1 1 youII i= = i nourishing food medicine t j drurclstsSCO ibtttuIAbout March 20th the seven months old child of JohnRomide of Sparrow was smothered to death The mother arose frombed asleeponing she kept it well covered and after preparing breakfast she went to the bed to dress her little babe and found it cold in death The mother is almost crazed with grief The family have the sympathy of the entire community IS in your last issue the Mackville correspondent is striking at tobacco grOving that is the quantity grown per aero I dont think the Tathain Springs community is second to any community in the county when it comes to quantity or quality A neighbor of mine prepared a plant bed last year G5 feet long and 9 feet wide with the intention of growing a crop of tobacco He become disgusted as the season was late and thinned but his plant bed leaving plants the proper distant apart The result was he cut an early crop which he kept for chewing purposes This crop weighed 210 pounds He cut the second crop which weighed 130 pounds this he twisted and sold to his neighbors at 2U cents a pound Beat this if you can People who fish for compliments nt need long lines Tv will get thMrliost Dltoa In r NT llcljilnc llim Cinder ChuleI told dut lady waa merely try hi to keep soul an body to gether Billy Trucls What lid she say ClndtT CharleyShi pave me a safe ty pin Philadelphia Iteeord rC titi iijj iiijWitiWf Wi i W tiit iti ii yJYIWe B l ui9j Bues fjj Iit 5 h Lu rr f I O r1vIfqi Ldt wIFv close biest Any ay = aHi and n i le selection and iolSpriirR t t li ettr rbf I SEEDING TIME rI II e t f 1i Y remember is near at handiiid Jti ffl we have grass seeds of aJI kinds rLjd io J t I We make l B SSpecialty of Nortlien S edO fs 4I7 c r 1 I atfif THOMPSON GREEN Et SPR1NGF1ELDjY tf o t OfOt ftt Oft O9 t O nH t ft m THE SAVIOURS BLOOD A Relic of the Crucifixion Preferred at Brae Many cities profess to possess as relic some of tbe blood of ChriSt pr served from that which hewed tram Louisbroughtbad received tim tbe emperor of Con stantinople Tbe Church of St Toujn Lnterau in Rome the Imperial mon astery at Welngarten a church In Man tua and tbe Chapel of the Precious Blood in Bruges ntt put forward similar claims The precious blood nt Bruges enjoys tohncwounds by Joseph Arlmathca arid Nicodemus when they took down tIe body from the cross It was brought to Bruges by Thierry ot Ajsace In fliT He had received it from his brotberlfr law Baldwin king of Jerusalem Nearly six centuries ago tile extraor dinary Uevotion paid to this relic Bruges by tile inhabitants unit visitors had Induced the ecclesiastical and c1Ir authorities to institute a solemn pro cession in which it should be borne In the streets t l A confraternity of tbe precious blood consisting of thirty members wlthjn prevost anti four chaplains was estab lished to guard it at times iIThe procession takes place annually anti the blood contained in a crystal cylinder and inclosed lin its sh1lne4s carried about with much ponip and ceremony She Coaxed Iii Vain He was a popular young dentist wlih a clientele among the smart women one of whom bad been protesting fr- an hour that be was killing her Bpt hakept steadily at work with a sodtti ing word occasionally and aB lie saul That will for today addejT Now I didnt really hurt you did I TJiss V1 INno she admitted reluctantly but I always felt as it you were just going tot- That is It said be Now tber6jis one infallible sign for which a dentist always watches when he is working on a ladys teeth and which she gives In voluntarily Then she Is hurt She cant help giving it and when I sde1tIa- ways stop i TeUiue wbtt ltis sbeibqulred eagerly 1 We never tell ho replied wit an inscrutaUte smile t by4 if Because you would immediately try to counterfeit 1tWasiiIugtonPost- IhtiooIi17 or air rCCKcmI Mrs Peckcm John hear tbat afterbellr Peckcm Well troubles never come singly you know St Louis GlobeDemocrat Ever notice that as soon as you get one fiddler paid another begins to tuna up Atchlson Globe j W- p 0 PLII IA The Kind You Have Always Bought ana which hnsbeen II use for over 30 years has borne the shnatnroof and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow ono to deceive YOU in this All Counterfeits and Justosgood are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children fixpcrlenco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It j contains neither Opium Morphine ior other Karcotfo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms WlndItbojjTho Childrcn3 Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ctit Signature of The MYou HaB Always Bought In Use For Over 3 Years venit J 1jdwe can affoid f sellthJh ffigures Our IQUSlSjJ ifts full of some of the latest and uojb fi vehiclesI on The inarltet J w ttf L 1 4w Maud Prei 1 a ue vaady f f You must Y a 6 v tHu of it all do he l no Imitations is I Insurance J1iitc t 1 I I 4jTf7t i t tI Ik SOUTHERN MUTUAL Jt I Ifivestliltilt Compaqy 0 0li Of Lexington gy G WJMcE ROY tIi Ml AGENT I s 1t 1lr c IIIi Cpripueiuny j jr I t CEMENII i iff i At r J Lowest Price v t J 3 RhU G H LUMB WFtr f j8 ttt fra ftDRESBED LU 1If l3t JttliJ SASH and DOORS c rt iR r jif randSHINGLEStATM it tv coNrXRAQif1ING i r Anythingrn r tsc FiEIiDLUMBERGOJsYad the building lne ttresIf CALL AM GET RmrJ n j f IiTJ e Iniljrclla CondeuceJA corresponaemv contributes another rIngr iHljlncclunlniHljl t I wile almost up to him when suddefal Ljguilty Ljj ni Weak Spotj CnseyJ1t1chenr abouljpoojfElau nery jv Cassldy Sorra the word j CasoyrSurt the lila stnme hammer In the founJry dropped down lf bJi thlst nn LMlkil bm surprtsedrorndelphlaj Pwai Trf ODp CLASSIFICATION r As Tlir Wit Cnrlonil of T tIWa1lcalj nntcd 1fle3ICuu J fftSOlff oil ilu jpeillaclcs and the diffowyil rates pf nstbiisV duties A cast rttcntly oretrretLVlJcb- severeiy tateti the Ingenuity of the station nuuit uuthQLlh he4iitally liu Deeded In tntetlnK all ro iulr fiuputs The tqHl overrun with tramps anti the cuuutll dftcnnUicji tlmt steps must lit takon to fIJjjie el yflf theta thenl fUIf It vpuld f too N lkWho to purchase vCt8Vo they fciivJmiod tt Igrt stodr carsNrtnil ship thofr tnuI5 n frqlslst f The tars vcn pivcunil iqd hy the old of rhr police the trumps woif ratIt curd Itt thua the uttj row rts tothow the shjpaiKit should be ddSlRiiatP on the bill oTiltuIhtg r Jl The term persons coild noIused as Jt wouFd ponlllct wl 1at elhtlve to proper aVcm jmoUauont Tor the traveling public nltlIt jvonhL nleo lie In vlolattan of the cbmpanjV fi rules OCtuIl B tile rates of pdsBongir trjvQlc JIuVketnbrQ cpkumpdJH le 11tlingthc tariff zoac Again Jtuey wduld have to iitf rtasiunod asI1Cl lab aljhf ortthe dlspatchur might order tbe car shb trackd along the line there ls ilInVcuriosities from duty nug so aftt much c6nst tratoiu thy tftunpsi wxm1 billed nUll fcrwanlwl as6maujf hun dfetUvoI tot perishable cutlosltios unflttn ItItr A C OL icP b rt Y v1 t Wtu Not snrarlslng 9 Ja i bt cif t 1Lottet s of Ipttoductlori Are not lnyaii 1ioltheYiD1ft his Confessions iBf a garicittMifit 7 f says thatlvhen a brother artist was sitting fortli oh his travel itf f reIgn climes ic vtis pfptidedfxrJUii jfellef ttiI olt Ontf dutUpn io tfr cS taln Brjtteh W consul s The Arritcr of f1 etter lnclpsed lt In one to the artist ayIpjgVhaYliS would nd the consnljSiioilfaf arrabtv snob bumptious urro 9t hutabig acad t tiife backbone SfllU he would4 probablt offer somo edtlrtestes to dny one rHobad atoTotr KWa1 MJihMi 0Inail tli s couipeflsatejh1 tic t r haying to come In fAnta1cV5fplschw nil insufferable vulgarian Op tl o return of the artist tonsr tbi t SVeI my dear fellow drawled tliCi i artist ho did not recclyc mo very WtrUI and be dlduiotnskbidtndii4 nOr fact he jstrnck nio a belztrnU crl L tWel you do surprise me rejotnedL jfriend Hes n ndasJtololii my otter but beflvery hospltabfeKf 9 and jr ally cant undertanu this tatp i df thin g You gavb him niylletter of Iiilroductf6n7 Ii J OWor thoughttvs butcdOJpiiii know n inyt journey borne itdIcqv- ered It In my pochetbook SQ I 1Pn r have bhndixlto him Jtiateadtjpqrnot ltto njc bOut hUn r 1 Cip1fdjuIe9pnWi4lf iAt the sin tiiir room otn SwIs5Thotel5M- weeuit Gcrmnulnnd nn American la to thod mptits of their respective armfes J The ftlmer beleotI1niseiplluue nd trained troops The 4tnjerIcawbeUcr4 In trat in too but tbe1that ft J91JMt1i ttiui4CivcnJ ackun no nuouut ot pliyabiul irat8 wit ItIUVU1 for tlith4Tte ik American troops npajyrelyjii fj ttralhed and see how wcilnfkeyji iSti ju t 1111i because of their briibv Trv iIfr Xoa unse rej Jn t J 8iJGprmari Untrained trdoj iifini never stnua against well driUltaSe TaM your coluntr for CxAinpleJtPr tloafly inb drilled ariny W5tIwpuld 1 Jiyou iIoi He imvsed tmhrcsftIvcly arid tt then said What outd3OtfI Jf Ocr mltny landed an army Of 2Z0000 per ifcctly ariirwl mid i fectly iduIpi Hl niin on jotr fihofest fltlrr therzh was the quiet but cem PICo ivJolidei DetroIt Free Press t w r T cDR J i m1t D flJt iTXTRACtED I jVHOUT PJIN Jr i r i 11Hh EUaVPo o up stitIr g P1INGF1ELD 1ty i DehiiWrvStti t1y t b H tFirstclass II ijj I HRD ISr rIqi 96 l 1JwINGFLDK DR CM1ONi J+ 4ioirHbusoJ I DJHl t JIM0OKl p l 1 SPltPlQFIFTI KY j I fl i l F10ETDrtR1tleb rts for Lr Q e f Deposit- Baiiak OLcehnurs p1p I fN a pGRiGlBFt i i r NEY AT LAW rrlrrOl covetPeo 5 n 4 it IRTNGIiE- lD1EminentKkIne i a Ttt1 id Bladder Specialist The af wapko t at Wick 4r mfyjnftry w 1Therejcountryj five iifl pdt eptI f kidneydlseaievan4thetidneypoisoned broodwill attack the va1orgai 1 s opthe kidneys themsejyes aThBrightsDIzDrJJlCUmers SwaMpRoot the new dls cove yfs thetwespeclfibfprkidny bladder t And Wfaary rouble1thas cured thousands 6ff 2 1efreeiyrow It Rootftni its wonderful cures Address vDrjjClftner Co Binghamton N Y and ratotfimthlst paper ef IIS1SliCFllSS1e S tL A t0 r4BfY rtue ottaies due the State of Xentktbecounty of wasb1 lngtoir7i1offer for sale at the CortcnteddorTh Springfleld on ONDAY APRIL 28 19O2 I 0At abl t 1 oclockp I the toJlovng propettyor so ranch thereof as will t satJsfwhe iinpfintof taxand cost towl 1 Pope tI ift fJYearsYl 1 rg i90Qianda99lllincludingcbBtsji 4 9 5f iopotBhjjaxea foryears 1900 4andripluding dosa6Yl t ts wlJtl t Ma1bD1i JIDYIJrdt997 jfDXR i 1UO1STERED j W fhls welt known and finely bred Jiorsewill mafep thje season of 19U2 at niy stables Sear Villisburg Al12toJisura1 a iLiitnlDpU Slambrino Boy Jr sire of VQO 212 is a solid black and stands full16 Pi i t b1a 1hiiHflr bd rooking flPalIlot n and ceriamlyibno ot the handsomest l horses of his family 3batb wU yet trotters ann producers lila paat rocord will allow possessing ih bloodJ of the greatMambrlnoPatchan O1ay1 Hambletonian and Thorbnghbred L making powerfulunionl of performs trig and5Iodic1ng Rtrainsi f dLII l the311i91 borbnlJili t pA 0aJtl f1ta pt bhntho eqaI of h ii ustrjoD11 6t er Volunteer t 1I 4P VilllburLC G BBsAq1 ri I rp I i ii r1 1i4Iw1 tn t gIe ccugh awl if1tmZi Sudhenii7F t anltsrouIy tlbif 1 b1 It lb1l eIie pJi3zire caiIet A the ti e ewt1lrcloii t vjoucfe1tf tSnre cure for coughs COid1i Jr1plJJi lroiithtland other iijthrpaind lttD gfrt1u l stfiave J dOneSlitiute Cough Cure severall ycar1 aYf Postmaster Q 0 Davson Bars illj It isj S the very bert cotfgh medicines on the market ItJbas saved meoaay1 i severe spell of sickness aud Ijvarmly Tccoratnend it tt Th Childrens favorite aipA t 44TOWNI J O r H tiiiWlj Lsc1H ppe 1n85 Jlnt rest c le FrikestaLatestI Ii Al1AboutYoure1- tIt andAcquljntsfll4 Friends ttqM 111dndof 9at1i1a1it8t Gen4 per iMt 0 W HagauMi fCrardMi seeds o all vaijotie tCurr1atl Tpp t 1 Northeri Khlto teed oats for a y bOllP01If Dd r 1 1roasIcth 1 l 1en JJ Tents per atCo Hagins 1dmson andGon keep the genuine fcHverichilte irpl6wi re s jiGoenEOEth any va 41otne3 TWeit 1inds IJ Or eans Surgar f aJ W fiagans p fTy Orleans llssesat o14vugau11sat 50C a gallonf lihISweCk J1if rSqedVotatoes4 6ffJall varietie and akiwejices j1t Curry Tapprocer y r14citc W illssheadquartersbr seed potatoes nd all ll of garden seed seIlwthe old reliable buggy bytliocar1b d 1 J j 1 t 3 So SolfltlnRIl r hTW KilttoaVe nb6pehing Pat ternQlaw iecievedi all dAriigtl e son t MR jjjffll t A4JAhbwanf t JcomeJ clQ gallery April1s j l t EACo iTheEWSLEADEE office prjared to get Qut horse and jack jg with neatness anddiss jJatTh Give us your work- Ptr JSAflEI bavsomeJjthliorouh qrJd padigreed- indt 1tia pgs for salc1ieap 1tT SCOTT MAYES hen inlneed of roceries all t irCilt J f up Currya Tap by telephone No5t and have the goods de- liverecltjYoollrhouse lightning im LoST On county court day a pair ofisiiver frame spectacles tFinder4srill pleisoeave them at fhisxpfflce and tHey will be returned to the owner STRAYEIFrom flay farm tic miles front town onjhe Mack ville Turnpike w yearling heifer Pale redincoioi and weighing abJ6ut350 pOunds RewaVdiioF erAreturnto f jW M DUERETTs lMans Leld is better pxepareil than ever before to give the pubiicrlow prices on millinery oodcmThavingpurchaseurom markets the newest styles at lowest iprjces arid cash discounts FOR SALE One thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull pyearsold brbbd red in color an extra good individual Bred by the late John Simms This bull is kind and gentle arid 1not roguish or breachy tfy J K WALLs i Barlowland Wilsons Minstrel Goinpany which Waa expe ted here ttiis week has notified Manager Campbell that the show will not appear here until April 28rd Itwillbethe Biggest thing of the- Se SOI1 Look out for the min strels tOGS for SALE Lhave some femicefull blood pedigreed Po land China boars for sale live months old and weigh 175 pounds They are extra fine and I will sell themcheap BwtNStlllKy jjyafow remidy arid on tale at Mansfields spring millinery fine dress goo s re dy4owetr gar UVnents Jackson corsets queen qualtyshoe and slippers Full linapf ladies furnishingi goods Toile t preperatibns fine skirt siit4et1c The Fifth Sunda Exercises of theQeritrall Association of the- XgmituckjBaptist were held itt J3et bl hemon t rda M Sunday J JJ Glaybrook Sr waselectedpresident TGEstes exjlentl theattendancei The Washington county Fiscal Court was in session Tuesday arid Wednesday nfl of theniagrs1 OpIeS i trates being present A v number ndjotherrrotj The road question was under Consideration hut up to the time of gqi gtOtP ess Aye couldnot get fit what iOctiori had been ltakeny The proceedinge of the couriwilj bfe given jn full next w eek wefcolored supplementi wHtch yejfeelI thatotirremti ers wjll appreciate In the futur we will issu the supplement bout the first of each month In itodays supplrient ii be founmnany entertaining features gbod stories talk onj cooking drje sniaking physical culture feminine novelties etc belfQnntlMr Wl1IizthHttmiftOnof Leb rlnd Ms Mattie Young of tniSplace weiie married nt St iDbminic chtjrelV WeSnesday atj Ihalf pst jine p clock Rev fFherPFt lennesy officiating Mr Alfonso illsof Lebanon Was the best maiian Miss Hattie BowI 3 iing ol Louisville was the maid rpfftIhonor MeSsrs Thomas LanI fcasfer and FrestCeCll were ushI aItteiKvent tothe borne 6Z B H tyI Ifdther of the pride where a re ceptibn wasjUeld The grppmds hon of Len H Hamilton afthyfarmCrofv Marion county TJiebride is the beautiful aridac complihedi Daughter of Mr B fe Young a prosperous farmer fo this place j a the hand of 4 A special is extended The Continental Tobacco Gad a record breaking day of it londay Tobacco was in case and the crops that had been bought from various farmers countywere delivered to bacco to into townst an early hour and frpm aU direc tions and by night 90000 pounds ojtobacco had been brought to the warehouse of the Company This is the biggest for the comptny Bides the tobacco thajb was delivered in 8ulk to the Co quite a number of hogsheads were brought in aiqd hipped that day toLouisvillev Fires irrntHc County On last Saturday night some jtlme after midnight the old family resident oftt Mr Taylor Spalding about two miles north of town whidh was occupied by Mr Reed Spaldidg and family was discovered to be on fire Mr was aroused in time to gejst his wife and twp baby from the build ling to and when he returned tj had made such headwiij hat he was un able to save anytiling at all from the building which its cbntents was a total lloss The house was a good one arid with contents was valued at about There was 1 500 on the building and 300 on the furniture Mr Spalding will probably rebuild The home of Mrs Catherine Tatham near Tatham Springs Was totally destroyed by fire on Monday night lust The origin of the fire is unknown The fire was discovered in time to enable t occupants to save a few ar articjes of furniture and a sum of money whictt Mrs Tatham had put away in tie house The house was a commodius building and for some time before and even after the building of the hotel was occupied as a stop pplace by many visitors to springs Mrs Tath I Stopq The Coufth und worliH air tiie tOld Laxative BrotnoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in brie 1ayN9 Cure iio Pay tribe 25 c t1 jij- iT E8E1EO R T T SC1tI JJt Ql IAN fr l Mr Huber H Claybrooke is in t6wn this week ta iss Joaie Lee has returned front LOuIsville Miss Sadie Mayes is visiting Miss May BodineatMaud Ook John I McElroy left last week tar a visit to Kansas Qity Miss Minnie McClelland has returned from a trip to Louisville- Mr John A Slmma has returned from a trip to Morganfleld Ky Mr T S1 Mayea was lp Lexington last week on Investment Company business Miss Lydia William and Martha Hays two of Zions charming girl were here Saturday The condition of Miss Lettie Leachman Tins slightly improved since our lat issue bht she is still very lowIMisses Lucy Helecman and Willie Ma yes went to Louisville Wednesday 10 390 Julia Marlowe They will go on to Frankfort to upend a few daya iui and Mrs W C McCbord MUs Annie McOhord and Mw Howard B McElroy went to Louisville Monday to witness the performance of Julia Marlow in When Knighthood was in Flower at Rev R E 0 Lawson left Tuesday for Henderson Ky where he goes to conduct a series of meetings in the Presbyterian church to lust about one woek There will consequently be no preaching In his church here on nextSundny Misses Bettle Irvine Eleanor Mcr Elroy Lydia McElroy Lydla Duncan KoseCleaver Messrs E S Mayer Jr P H McChord O Fetter Wharton W D qlaybrooke and Glenn 0 Wood SPRING GREETING J Just little touch by skill directed l m tIIdiiqz appreciateHhisfeosts no more invitation you by- MRS I KATEW1LLIAMSrc W I thtoughoptthe Wagonsloadlwith began come ysreceiptS Continental Reed gilding weeksold acanhicrby ames burning with 30001 insurance big tfieffampus Ipr T i1t1t1t1ti PERSONAL MeCauleysS evening MrV B Graen a wealthy farmer of Maud is hopelessly ill of typhoid fever Mr Green is sixty sight years old and well known He Is the father off ProfW B Green of Texas and Rev Humphrey Greer of the ME church south Groceries 18 Ibs granulated sugar 100 Country Sorghum 35c Hokey pokey cake lOc Jelly Rolls lOc Coffee Cake 10 c Round Rusks 5c Triumph Potatoes 2nd crop 170 Garden Seed 2 papers 5c Finest California fruits per can 15c Freshfish every Friday Joseph A Shader What Is heredity mamma asked the little girl spelling the word out through her falling tears and waiting to write down the meaning It Isw how shall I explain it Oh said the mother something you get from your father or me And the small child wrote down on her paper of homo lessons Heredity spanking TI t Bits Two View It mqst be hard to be working on literary stuff all the time remarked the visitor No rejoined Scribbler Its easy Its working off the stuff thats hard Philadelphia Record The Bait In the World Customer Is this good country buU terGrocer iWastnQdeInftorld Indianapolis NeiHi NOW LOOK OUT I Take core of yourself say our friends Til try to we answer We do take a little care yet In spite of warm clothes rubbers and mackintoshes werebowledlung Theycaughtuponthemby byfeverupthellghthave a cold on the chest place a Benson oppresJiomake it two No harm if you were coy ered with them They act quickly and prevent the engorgment of blood in the In this cauponcold and oida serious sickness No other applications or any other form of cextalnlyandepeedily tothehighcsdegrecconfidence for coughs muscular rheuma aIlsiniUaralixnent sufferfromehonidkeepGet the genuine All druggists or we will intheUthtedSttesonrecelptof25o Seabury Johnson Mfg Chemists NY h An Ordinance At a regular meeting of the Board SpringfieldKy meetingwithinthesaid towg all the thefollowingenacted The Board of Trustees of the town of Springfield Ky do ordajnas fol lows The following tax shall be paid upon liqensetowlt Upon a license to keep a tavern saloon or coffeehouse wherein spirituous vinous or malt GUponto retail spirituous vinous and malt liquors in quanti ties not less than one quart not to be drunk upon the premises or adjacent thereto 200 03 Upon a license to druggist tofretail spirituous vinous or malt liquors i 225 OJi Upon license to keep a billiard or pool table which is let to players for hire for the first table 20 00 For each additional table 15 00 Upon a license to keep a nine or ten pin alley each alley 10 00 Upon a license to operate a flying Dutchman iff 00 license con7duct S For operating a blacksmith shop on first forge 5 00 Each additk3aaifore 100 shopfor 3 00 Second chair a 2 00 For addltlonarchalrs 00 Plumber s 00 Electrician 5 00S Auctioneer a resident or non resident 10 00 Broker 5 00 Sewing Machine Agent 5 00 Life Insurance Agent 10 00 Fire Insurance for each com pahyagent represents J 5 00 Agent of Guarantee and Trust Company S 00 But no license shall be re quired for the solicitor or assistant to a regular licensed agent Livery Stable keeper or other person or persons hiring bor ses or vehicles or keeping feeding or boarding horses for pay or hire 10 00 Carrier of passengers in wagons or carriages for hire or gain other than livery tstableSpringfield Kentucky 10 00 Hotel Keepers 1000 Keeper of a private boarding house when food and lodging are furnished transient per sons 5 00 Tobacco factories and persons buying selling handling of leaf tobacco 10 00 Selling cigarettes 1000 00 Selling cigarette papers 1000 00 Lumber dealer 1 10 00 Selling buggies carriages and bicycles or either 500 Selling harness and saddlery or either 5 00 Operating a shoe shop 3 00 Operating or conducting a laundry 10 00 001Peddlersshall sell or offer to sell by sample or otherwise any goods wares or merchandise- or articles of value upon the I Nasal CATARRH Is nil it stages tUera thould be dcanlaw Elys Cream il3lnl- tsoesothcaitheat3 the diseased mcjaoraae uolcklr Cream Balm U placed into the nOstrils spread cveathe membwne and Is ftbidrbed Belief U medl tte and a cure oUowi It la cot dryiadocsI BOtprodoea sneezing Largo Size centiMDrac UtXLYstreets all ys or squares or by going from house to house or place to place or should jblesj raised on their own farm and bring sa eto town to sell jthis tax shall apply tothemr rf 1000 This llicense tax shall notap ply to agents or jobbers manufacturers or wholesale dealers who sell or offer to sell exclusively by wholesale to merchants or retail deal ers nor to farmers or gardeners who sell the products of their own farm or land ijElectricOpGa154f Keepers of restaurant or eating house 10 00 Conducting a public hall forip- ayor hire 25 Btan lnga Stallion or Jack for gain or profit 10 00 Standing a Bull for gain or profit L 5 SellinjTgroceries and dry goods JJIII or either lOdo Selling seeds Implements coal and lumber 1000 Druggists 10JO- OJewelers lui6 Undertaker and Furniture 1 dealer or either 10fC- OStoves and Hardware111 00 Conducting a printing office J 10 0 Milliners 1 5 00 Architectsand cbntractors c 5 00 P A 90hysiciansOccullst I i 10 do Optician 1000 Veterinary Surgeonw t 00 Real Estate Agents S6o Photographer i 5 No license shall be required I of those who temporarily in the town on specific profess ional business unless they advertise their professional services or Solicit additional business or offer to sell medicines or other articles or ap pliances by themselves or others or advertise or otter to advertise articles by them selves or others in which event this license shall tie 10 00 Agent for brewery 10 Public Bath Room 2 po Miller retailing meal and flour 5 00 Carriage and Paint Shop 5 00 Telephone Company 10 00 lapaExpressPoultry House 10 60 Any person or persons who shall carry on or copduct any business in he town of Springfield Ky without having obtained alicense therefor such license Being required by tJie ordinances of said town shall pe fined not less than 5 or more than 100 for each day business is so con ucted This oinancelball take effect immediately after passage and publication G D DUNCAN t3hm B T S JAS R Non Clk B T S Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys rightEasy25C All druuJau Want joormouitaclie or beard a beaatuut brown or rich black f Then ute I BUCKINOHAMS DYE forWhiskore the f en DauoGisuOPHAUAC The Sprillg f 1902 r With the finest and m4stcowp1teassortnIent flClothmgfl We desire to especially call your attention to our line of f a DRESS GOODS riJWhich we have been especiaUy careful in selecting and which we consider a Spring stock that for variety and beauty ofc design has never been surpassed in Sprinpfleld We I oolv J ask that the ladies call and see for r 1 ibemseive To Our Men Friends IWedesire simply to lace thai we ate pro rrpared to PIT YOU OUT in the very altSi styles in Clothing Shoes Hats arid other mens wear Our stoc is frpsh and stnctiv rJ i11 uptodate in every respect q lj1I We wish to itpress on the minds otvHif iL our customers that the ar1 gut m It edtii MiLJIit 1 GOOD VALUES ttR lJ r In every Departmeht 0 r dJAnd when yoq buy from IH it raefans thajypu will get a dolars Iworth fur every dollar you spend and tBiitt meutis nQUch We are always ready 13 show goQdsfc i We Give Rebate Sttfn 711 Qrundy Claybrooke fttlntirir SPRINGPiELI KYi t J II Invite Your tepepfioo W Of o0fr elegan stock of NEW GOOElB newVJr shades Wht Goods in all the now J eaves WistGoods In Gingham Madras anct MercerJ1lf 9J EffectF It w We are notpr pared to sbQwa e complete stock of t f CLOTHtIG iTh largest and 00c mot attractive leVervLOWF IN PRIB f V ffJ Than pu1E1 t 1 iI find elsewherW f1 Justopeied JSout Stock R s fI ZlnS ET jtlatest shapes White Hink luei Dcrit fail Itovisiti our Wall Paper DEPartmever before In CalfPatent0 madepn all ilast from the plainest to the Jmost extreme call and examine ftwe Guarantee to Suit you jtrsAlwayspast favors and solicitinga1cntinuaton of your patronag rwe remain Yours Truly k Cunniniam Daa iUiijiillwViUi wiIili AiV Iff Is Anour5 til a And YfCqSTS You IiofMngv Jj g You can get aImosANYTHING YOU WANT id ezcbaoM for fREBATE STAMPS We gave away last Chrlstmal a 100 piwi 3 dinner set EXTRA to ilisa Lizzie Adams having coll ctwl tfct fnost rebate stamps upto that time On July 4th We will Klve twQ EXTRAS to th olle ting tho largest amounts S bate stnmrs by etwCpttfeac ngt largestnmouDt tJaaTfjjg first chelce t what tbeEXTEAS will be iif = X at S JOHNCSHAPER y 1Staple and Fancy Groderles lnd Country jtrbflnce A copl4 2 stOck everythin you ask for no Moatoat busInesto Eccierks who wi yOu J1q they want your trade aid iayon rebate stamps too IJ WOOD WIMS4TT 3 Ir jEverything In Dr gs Paints and Oils BottomPrIcei i J IUD ROBERTSOJ SON A complete line of Bar ware and Parmners Supplies also ci 3 JOHN X MAYES tI3 Furniture and Underta lag eyCrythig the latest get our Pt i3 Careful attentlohi ALWAYS ASK F0R REBATE STAMPS m m m m 4v4 rA Story ron seem rather hularlo today the lathe remarked to the buz zsa Yes replied the buzz tw the WitislIntwhile ago WeU Well took two or three fingers at hJsexpense Philadelphia Prfss Attcutire to the Duties Vtip Im one pf the trust eg of the proced gallery of art Vlrt have you done faiT VSo rUt Why wevo eaten three nh iual dlnsers and are prcpailog far foartb Claveland Plain Depler Not Good Enonccl1 Mr NRcomer fbdnd ctlna collo button in the hash this morning and- LundladyNorn brIng giil pl tEd button for Mr Nucomer ilemcmbcr he Is on the second floor Safli Francis co ComfortlagI PatletitrDoctor what Is tba effect of that medicine you just gaome- hysblanI dont know but In tlue interests of science frI Itj joy duty lo fltay and find out Ohio State jour nal j J a llarg J of j e 4 The it r and them Wti j r i c o r b r t 0 I It Temperance s w I a a a Chronicle I d Kod 1FD- yspopsiaCuPe Diaestswhat you sat This preparation contains allot idigestantt and digtata 11kitIIIelfood ItgWealwiUnfcr H fai 4 fwThus to cure Jt aUowajoa to aM al the food you wan uTh mo tiMtomachs can take it By its vm thousands of dyspeptfct IHMJS qcurc4 after 6Terythle1tl tM prevanteforxnatLon4fgu ach relieving all dlitrcMamr THetlngftinnecesBaiyiPWataaitp lt ltkttllysuuIddtJoy JoJjsrlT W4lCXt t 11 CUfLa iOI4IDA Take Lativ QOUai Tib etL A1t jdraggist relund seyit it faUa to cure JBi VA Gryes gature lon eachosfccS Cs Ct 0iFfTb Sdnate calander was piob r1I1l Mby ver socloat of ordinary jbwtiaess at this stage of a ses 4 SIOU as it Is now but there are c ilaY im poltant bills that cannot Salfcted on or even taken up un tJiiI4ky havp been given a place iionta bleg slat veProgramlDe b- ythtea ring committee of the aiforityf This week tIe Oleo 4 margarine bill has been daily de bated and the debatewill certain ly continue another week iiflot longejr The House this week unseat 3 ed Representative Rhea of Ky and gaye the seat to Mr Moss 1tt the contestant by the slim ma jorityof I 10 votes and passeJ he regular army appropriation bill which carries 90 880 934 The President tried to utilize cnjLeonardVweefi upon those Republican members of the House who still holdout against Cuban recipro j city Threwere several con ferehces at each of which Genc bWood talkedforXJuban xecipro city but so far as known no 1 converts were made None are needed to pass the 20 percent ft bill but Aiti seems to be under p stood that the Senate will make i the reduction at least 33 1 and possibly 40 per cent and then T pr1iapvotes might be needed to get the House to agree Gonsideraole pressure is being brought to bear on the Presi dent by politicians ob tl1par t ties and by representatives of L labor organizations to 6haoge oi jY Mr1Y1 4 di missioner General of Immi rv tion but the Presidents mind appears to be set on putting an othman in the place a Itl9otsurpfising that many sculptdrjf should decline to sub L mit large and extensive models J 5ncotn etition unless guaranteed Si at least a portion of thejtfexpen SS sbs while making it 4Of the thirtysixi sculptors who have i slnt elaborate models for the Grant monument they will be publicly exhibited uext1 weekjJYto Washington ouly six 1 will get a ent The monument P commission is authorized to i chpgsdsix of the best r models the sculptors of which are to be paid 1000 each and t from these six will be chosen Sithesculptor of which will be given4 the commission of making the monument at25 000 Most of 1thesesculptOrshave spent about r a year in study and work ujod theselmodels yet thirty of them r5 will receivenot a penny pVisitors to the National Mu I seum and the Smithsonian In- Ystitution can now get ai very comprehensive ideal of the natural products of the Phillipines- In the former several hundred 455cQlored plates pf tfte plants of the islands in their ndturalcol ibrsf avejjust been put upon ex hibitiop and in the latter col lecUous of Phillipine weapons utensils dress sea shells fish 4 and bias are shown f Senator Spooner who favors r the Oleomargarine bill scored several points against Senator Money who opposes it in the de- bateiI this week For instance VhenMr Money declared tbat whilo the bill was unconstitu tional it might never be sode clared oy the courts because the tScourtsmight not go behind the Tbe HOur og- fi Whicli th working man has fought for 7 t and succeeded in obt5ining is sdm thing the Wife has no share in Her day be gins Ijefore his and ends long after it as rule and many a night her rest is babysIi3healthiest woman must wear out under such a strain What can be expected then of those ro who lv ed are by menI wWomenI newlifeFavoritePretcriptiqii weahening4raitis jind ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women wen Sick people are invited to consult Dr Tierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and Md1yconfldential Address Dr R Iiefce Buffalo NY VI ps1 fiaffffedtriijricnaie Weakness about eight Yr4rie4severa1doctorsbut derived no bene PreiirecomJIIddedJfaclwttlca wiai feel like another person forLi4 Wnke the little more profit paid on ttlWiclnesHisstitutes Dr Pierces Pleasant llets should be dhFavoriLePrescriptioiyhen aYer a la Aire iixaiulred Soft Harness You but rinkS your too ties ta soft as a glove andes touch wire by using EUREKA liar 0 110 1IOUCIUll- engthen Its Ufemnko last twice as Ions co It ordinarily would EUREKAHrIISS nakcsopoor Jooklng ness like new Hade of pnro Heavy bodied oil ell wclally prepared to stand tho weather yeriwhere lncanzallsIzeL MKtoU STANDMO text of the llaw to uq ireintotI Legislative intent Mn Spooner saidtIn other words the bill is unconstitutional before the Seri atet but will not be unconstitu tional before the Supreme Court And again in the fol io wing colloquy Mr Rpooner Doflt you think it a fraua upon the consumer to have oleomarga rine palmed oft on him for butter Mr Money YesIdoBnt the Senator never has been injured by oleo palmed off on him r lr Spooner I have nob but my wife has J J1heann unc went of Senator 1committee1 further consider the War De partmentbill for the reorganiza ion 9f the staff pf the army unless Secretary Root was espec al1y insistant becausethe criticism of the bill by Gen Miles was unanswerable was doubtless Very pleeaing to Can Miles who endangered his official commis sion by indulging in the criticism It is said by frietids of GeL Miles that he did not seek the opportunity to critisize the bill but when asked to appear before the Senate committee and make a statement concern nghe told exactly what he thought of it regardless of what effect the expression of opinion would have upon himjpersonally Assistant Secretary Brigham of the Departmen of Agricul ture is out with a vigorous de nialjpf the statement mad to the President by Mr J C Hanley who was introduced at the While Hrfuse as president of the Allied Rational Agricultural Societies of America that the farmers of thecounly were opposed to Nic aragua canal legislation He cites action of the Patrongvdf Husbandry the strongest and most important farmers organN Cation in the world at its tate legis1laUon and rubs it inhv saying that Mr Hnley doesnt represent any farmers May 20 has been definitely de cided upon as inauguration day and evacuation day for Cuba It is to be an entire new deal be ginning on that day Except a few hundred artillerymen needed for a tiipto look after sOme forts all American troops will be withdrawn from Cuba before that day ExRepresentative Walter Gresham of Texas thinks that people who believe in aud practice helping themselves will al ways get along Thats why he is so certain that Galveston has a great future At an election in which property holders were allowed to vote only 22 votes were cast against issuing bonds to the amount of 1500000 to build a seawall for the protection of Galveston and to furtheri show their confidence in them elves the citizens of Galveston have subscribed for the entire issue of bonds You cant keep a city with that sort of citizensII from going ahea- dReduced Rates to the West Commencing March 1st aud daily tnereafter until April 30lh 1902 the Wisconsin Central Ry will selt Settlers tickets from Chieojro to points in Montana Idaho Oregon Washington and British Columbia at greatly re duced rates For detailed infor matipn inquire of nearest Ticket Agent or adress T D Campbell D PA 218 Pike Builciog Cin cinnati 0 or JasjQt Pond Gent Phesonger Agen4MiLweukee Wig Young Doctors Need of Hat yes said thfc old doctor Foil should try to have your own carrlags by all means because when you want to get to a patient quickly Oh Interrupted the young M D J dont think any patient who srnt ftr me would be likely to die before I reacbedhlin No byt he might recover befcire you got there Philadelphia Press Careless Parent Why doat you make a name for yourself apkcd the serious person only Wish j had had tim chance saId the pale young man but my par entsthought they knew it all and they made up one of their own and thats why I am compelled to struggle against fate under the handicap of Reginald CTtfUde do Vcr Smlthers Washing ton Star IDOG WASHERS IPET Trade That Flonrllrtie nt i French Capital As you walk along certain parts of Par s your attention is ometlmcs at traojedby the barking ot a dog and Ion sueli an occasIopne of the tieei hi of the outdo rlrntles of1tris is seen Near tire waters edge lbis black out flecked thickly with soapsuds Iistands t cdog and over him enIergetically shampooing the soap into tim long jiairy coat stands one of the professional dog washers who haunt the banks of the Seine at stated spots frdaI the Pont dJetm to the Pont Neuf These racn lather and wash rjot clogs while the r owners look oil from con rzngefromtoaplugbncoUnigcdt swimSSometimes the Jet will swim straight out while the fair ownoc Is In agonies of fear lest some swiftly passing steamer should strike It and end its erlii lestthepcnsntlont for his carelessness With some Parislennes this weekly pet ImportanceThesmart victoria goes down tIe steps to byherdog as the case may be and then seated under a sunshade she directs the toilet lot Fill or Nero with tender solicitude The toilet des chiens at the fashionable spats includes warm fleecy towels a peignoir de bain while tIle combedIrut a length a selected jcolor to tie round its neck at the finish A fee of 5 franca cannot bo con sidered excessive for a toilet includ Ing a chipping during ivhih Flfi or Nero Is held firmly by the lady proprie tress of the ctablisseineht dcs bains while her assistant uses the patent shears When all has been completed the victim wagging his tail with con sCions pride proceeds to the carriage with his proud and happy mistress and drives away in state yelping at dogs less aristocratic than he Wide World Magazine FLOWER AND TREE- Heavy pruningof growing trees will check growth Flowering plants should never be watered with cold water It chills tho plants The Madeira vine is one of the best climbers having a wreath of leaves equaled by few otherplants Repotting of plants becomes necessa ry at intervals for tw6 reasons Tlv plant uses tip the available fertility the soil and fills the pots with roots TheJhki plant of New Granada Is a curiosity The Juice of It can he uawl as ink without any preparation At first the writing is red but after a few houiS it changes to black In watering the primrose observo tills Water should not be poured upon the crown of the plant nor thepot filled so full that the water flows over Into it This is fatal to the health of the plant To destroy aphides or plant lice dip the ends of the twigs into a strong ten made by steeping tobacco sterna in hot water or syringe with whale oil soap suds repeating the operation in six or seven days First Justice to Wear Gown Few people I venture to say even In high oflicial positions know what justice first wore the gown in the u preme court of the United States said an authority on the subject recently When Justice John Jay tool the office he thought the members of the su preme bench should wear a gown of some sort Accordingly he appeared in his own academic gown which he wore by virtue of having received a degree from the University of Dublin or as it was then known Trinity lege It iWas a tricolored gown too Such a garment would look peculiar now since the blacX gown has been adopted Washington Post The Wroiie Way Fathers and mothers who do not know how and where their sons and especial ly tlKlr young daughters spend their evenings ate guilty of a negligence that Is little short of criminal and thift too often leads to sad consequences The American habit of letting the young folks have their own way in choos- Ing their associates and methods of io creation is responsible in every city for a good deal of evil that might be pro vented by parental firmness judiciously exercised Philadelphia Bulletin Anticipated Stern ParentI supposo you are aware young man that I cease to provide for my daughter when she leaves my roof Suitor Oh yes We have settled about that Bertha and I We have de cided to make our home with you Boston Transcript lIhcVery Bent Mrs NurbhI want some terrapins yesm Diamondbacks IIDenlerNurich Yes and see that the are of the first water Ohio State Journal I think you will find that people who honestly mean to be true really con tradlct themselves much more rarely than those who try to be consistent Holmes LThe undertow of selfishness may not be visible in the current of love but hlcngoLIIt III Not Alone That We Like Then but Nature Deinancln Ttirai Why do 5ou take milk In your ten Most persons would answer because they liked it that way but the scIen- tIsts have found a deeper reason plac Ing the cUstom on purely scientific grounds These learned ones jdiscourse as oliowsWe use sugar in our tea to prevent injury to the coatings of our stomachs Whenever tnnnlc acid and albumen meet they fall desperately In love with each other get married with out bans aid live togetheif ever after ward as tajmato of albumen pr leatli er Xow tyere Is tannic acid in tea and a lot of alliumen in the coating of the stomach frhe taunic acid weds as much of this as Is allowed by the laws of chemistry and so far injures the stomach But mil also contains albumen When milk is adUcd to tea therefore the molecules of tannic acid aclect their albuiqcn partners from If and as a divorce t unknof u to taanste cf al bumen the albumen jof the stomach re mains SingK cnd so tlie lacs of the stomach ir Uninjured Now yoi njyWnTr that when you mix a Ka jisig you put vin ecar n ltl t hottiu madr It is for a chemical reason which Is asifQIIowSj Raw regctablcs are easily enough d w1thld1ffictW r cause they contain that hard fibrous substance cellulose But acids dissolve cellulose and vinegar isnn acid That 1bagei tastes so well for the palate Is an ex cell nt judge of what is good for the stomach OH Is added for the Tery igood reason that it protects the lining of the stomach from the action of the acid in the vinegar Why do we take butter onbreadV Partly because wheatcn flour does not contain enough fat and partly because butter contains a trifling quantity substancescalled extractives wlilcli in some unknfiwa way stimulate the appetite and aid digestion Why do We takepepper mustard and spices Because they tickle the glands of the stomach and make them work Consequently they produce an abunt julcesTheflniSO Why do we put salt on our meat Why there are two principal salts in our body and their supply has to be kept up They are sodium salts and j potassium salts There Is sufficient of the latter in the food we cat but not of the former We therefore have to add the sodium salts in the forth of common salt which is sodium chloride Anoth er reason why we eat common salt is that a certain amount of hydrochloric acid is needed by the stomach for the purposes of digestion and also to kill off some of the microbes we swallow This acid id manufactured in the stom ach from hydrogen and the chlorine of common salt We take more salt with some meats than with others be cause some naturally contain less salt than others So by our condiments we seek to even up tilings New Yorl Press Men had Women In Sleeping Cars It would surprise you 19 know that a heavy per cent of the persons who travel on sleeping cars matte no effort to disrobe before they rtIre said a conductor whd runs between New Orleans and Chicago They simply roll In with boots spurs and alL They do not seem to know that a berth on a sleeping car is just the same as a bed In a private home except in size Some of them will pull off their coats and collars Some of tnem will slip their shoes from their feet There arc many of course who are used to traveling and who go In for a good nights sleep With women It Is different You can never catch a woman so Indifferent to comfort and cleanliness In this re spect She will pull her shoes oft cv cry timeXew Orleans TimesDemo crat ncr View of It With the aid of this little bock said the canvasser as he produced a Mothers Guide for tho Inspection of his victim you will be able to bring up your children properly She took the book and weighed It thoughtfully in her hand Then sli caught It by the edge and brought it down on the palm of her hand as if to see if It could be handled with ease aud dexterity v SOhi I dont 1mbshe said at last I cant see that its any better for that purpose than a slipper Brooklyn Eagle nirimJsftlner a Dead Mans Carriage At the conclusion of a funeral service it Is a custom among the bill noble families of Rome for the chamberlain of the household to collie to the church door ami announce tp the footman vlio stands In waiting that his master or mistress or whoever theXlead may be has uo further use for the family cnrrlaf Thereupon the footman iu forms the corchman who eaks his whip over his knees and drives mourn fully away Chicago KecordHerad nail Examples DIOwnI dont lile to read tales vhlch shoW how geniuses were once unruly children Joists Why no- tttrOwnTliey encourage lazy parent to believe that their unruly children will turn out geniusex DetroIfFrce Press The Sennntton Well how does It seem to be en caged to Rtich a wealthy JIIIr Line Every time tl Jdss her I foci tsif were taking the coupon off a government bontLIfe Suited the Action to the Word was to come on the stage stealth fly and say lUst explained the tltfdgelirig actor And And said It and I was be mournfully concluded Baltimore American Ill Wheel Wont Rust rIcwittl got luy wheel wet yester tIny Jewctt Boon soaking your bead baveyouNew York Herald No nialt r how much money you may have if jiui are poor in character that means iit orty forever Ladles Home Journal ar A Medicine for Old PeopleRev Get Gay Greenwich Kas is past 8crs of nee vet he says I am cnJcying excellent health for a mm of my age due entirdy to the rejuven Nervlne1lnothingchcvitabyGeoYithavebeenvcrtifro a spinal trouble Havespent anddoCtlsolad 11 niir J tlimvcji signs of weal arts hknloing Dr Miles Nervine ic1 I xnow itsavcu mv life I MilesINivine r hived ne hole the Jrisane asrrl JericoSpnngMUt I ch 11YfeUcottir JrctatUtllrsN1 n J a x wcL cr ly at Drucclst on Guarantee Or iftMedUca1 M mlA fr MedTir hjid air and whether it cotS front the low lands and shes fc the eaandsame Thtw atnqsjieric poisons are breathW into pbytItcChills ami fever chrome dyspepsia torpidazd ytroub1csfoeMalariai systembthe liver and 1j ney r to act and are poured into th blood hintil breakbroughTheskia AnlinteUt1iegerinsanddesroylifegivingi be overcome and cametl out of he system before the patient caxi hqp to get rid of Malaria and Its effects t S S aiittirecbangeiithebioodi Spossessesalid e5era health imnrrnes and tlieflppetite rrincreasesOr other mineral ut S S It s strictly and entlrelr einedy bytheirseatfreuse G ioi 1 I t ftti I t ft iiByi Charles Curtz Hahn IICOpyi1ght 1002 by i 1sMcClure Company fiIWp 1 frIl er I am going to have a husband If 1 have to bring one to his knees at tho t point of a revolver Some girls are ashamed to say they wish to get mar ned but I acknowledge that I dd and that I am noticing to die an old maid unless all men are braver than I think they are A merry peal of laughter greeted this sally for the speaker May Wilding was a favorite with the girls as well a uen Her auditors were a group of young women who had arrived that day for a visit with their College class mute Gert Manders UWe rot hear of your prowling through the woods next with Dicks rifle over your shoulder looking foe a man I suppose said GertIeUBut to come down to realities girls It Is tinfe we were In bod if we lintend picnick ing in the morning And the matri monial discussion was closed by a scattering of guests to their different never would guess where shall put you tonight Gertie remark ed to May as she ushered her down the hall Dick has been away all summer and as we are just a little crowded I am going to put you In his room It has been well fumigated so that it does not smell of tobacco or guns But I forgotyou are a huntress your selfYes laughed May I can hit the target although I never won a prize by ray shooting By the way Gertie lIt me show you something And opening her trunk she took from It an old fashioned revolver minus a lock and with only th stub of a trigger uOh what do you carry that with you forTo scare away burglars when I meet them replied May displaying the innocent weapon which her small brother had dropped in as a joke while she was packing her trunk Well there is no danger of your be- Ing disturbed by them here laughed her hostessi One never knows said May with a pout and n shrug of her shoulders as she bade her good night and tossed the antiquated relic carelessly on the bedSThree hours later when the whole household was wrapped In sleep a young man walked rapidly from the gate to the front entrance of tflc Man ders residence drew a latchkey from DOXT on i WILL snOOT his pocket opened the door and sUp- ped in so cautiously thaj he could not have been heard had any one been awake He paused in the hall a mo ment to hang up his hat and then crept silently up the broad carpeted stairs ropmInwall posing Suppressing an ejaculation at finding It locked the young man turn beAdIhis steps passing the barred door and trying a second one a little farther down the hall Here he was success ful and passing through the bath room he entered the room of the sleep- Ing girl Queer that dotwas locked he said aloud as he lighted the gas Then he sat downln an easy chair facing the window while he uqlaced his shoes May had been In a light sleep when her door was tridd and was dropping back Into a doze when she beard the bathroom door open and steps lIssUe from it to her own room Who can it be she said to herself and was about JO call Gerties name when the Intruder struck a match and she saw that It was man A burglar she thought And Gertie said there was no danger Then she remembered the revolver she had tossed upon the bed and for gotten to put away Softly she slipped her hand down over the bedspread un til IItaway she thought as she saw the burglar making himself at home He Intends to take oft his shoes here and then rob the house As she came to this conclusion the burglar arose and turned toward the z A rii- nvi1 lj Enemy to HmmMH S vegetable v rusty oui gun wits pdlnted afe his head and a feminine voice called t Dont move I will shoot Thrair tnp Jour lf1l1dBl Ive hit a smaller ob- Ject tlian you inanya time i nottthe bed realizing the UBelessness of 1her weapon began to wcakeriland wish were not go nUrely at his mercy camefromtbebnrglar hOh hes one of the police kind groaned the girl beg your pardon hOt I did not know tills room was occupied Excuse me and i will leave although I dont like to wake up the folks Id the housed nll be rather interlst1ag for you If you did But the bttrglar did not seem to catch the drift or her sar casm and continued nss reiybu thad no Idea any one wai In the room do not doubt your froJdl ln the least And so tf you will excuse me I will leave nndlnntup mdthror Ger tie Mother or Gertie Howj do you pow Gerties name Because I happen to be her broth er was the amused reply Her brother Dick Yes thick at your service And now as I haversaid once ortwlce be fore It you will excuse me jl will go and hunt them He passed swiftly through the bathroom mid a moment later she heard him feeling his way along the hall to Mrs Manders oomICnn It be DIck or oughtj1 to give an alarm Before she cam4 to a de clslpn she heardMls Maudera exclaiming Why Dick What do ypujmiBan by coming home at this time rl1lgbt We all thpugb you would remain In Montana fbr another month11 Quite an ajlviiiture murmured May as she dropped to sleep half an hour later But to think tha I threat ened to shoot the mail Sertle Is so yOhI like Dick was Gerties greeting the next morning Like him What do you mean queried the bewildered girl Why didnttYJou try to bring him down with your revolver thelwal iou said you lutendwl to get yjout bus band Gertie psked with fine as sumption of Inioceuce naturally supposed It wuQ case of love at first sight Never during the following weeks were May and Dick together hat per ties the tactless did not appear with some senseless remark about guns and game until bet friend began fairly to loathe her unfortunate adventure her visit and everything connected ylth It Her manner to Dickbecame dally more constrained an chillyfUe was In despair as to bow be could ptease her and plstptvSoh her W3Jhaveyou goosY1t He acted so promptly on her advice that Gertie 4ieard the welcorne news that very night IDa bedtime con fidence But oh Gertie May whispered half laughing half crying how could you tense me so all the time My friend was the pradular response ufor all your braterjj with a yopvouldhavewade you think you dill not wtn t0 Doing Their Arltkmetle Children believe so confidently what they hear that If they do not hear ac curately their windS tomctimeii run Into queer fancies A well known pro fessor remembers that when ije was a child he sang Glory glory Imd a new ycarf for Glory glory hallclalahr A story of a similar childish misunder standing of sound Is told by ai Sunday school teacher The infant class was reciting the Christmas lesson Sixyearold Harold was called upon to tell the story of the Saviours birth Well he begun the shepherds were ut one night doing their arlthme tic when the angels cameMr But stop Harold Interrupted the puzzled teacher and tell me what you mean by that Well replied Harold dWt see bow they couIQ do arithmetic In tho dark but thats what they were doing Now think Harold said tlyj iench ereand tell the story as nearly as you can In the words of the Bible So Harold began again MOuev night the shepherds were dividing In the fields Abiding bad sounded to bla ear like dividing anti dividing was doing theIr arithmetic PrnndnleBt JewisS- ince sohitldna of anIuf dye pos ecsstho protMrty of hnpartlOgto gen clue jewel as weUalgll1s paste a deep rich color if left long euaughim mersed lu them and since they ppssesa lrISCIjthJewel the swIndJct has It not otilytn his power to dye cut glass paste but also Inferior cut perns of the JWlpr of a ruby an cmenild or n sapphire since fuchsine Is the handsomest ruby ted shade while bltu de raris Imitates ab solutely that of the sapphire and sal line green that of the emerald Such fraud however c4n be made stilI more complicated by UBlng genuine oh colored rubles sapphires or fBtcr dfds and dyeing them with the icerre epondlng aniline dyes thereby raising their value tenfold It Is exceedHmgly dlfllcult recognize this rand treatise the color of such a well porrodc Jewel can noJouger be washed off evip with hot water Only the bleacWnfjjpower DssrswoxaaiisiwbisbsyMfTMI JDtalwtti 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week the Oleo M rsrarine bill bas been daily de 4batod and the debate will certain IT Pntinue another week ifnot t longer The House this week unseat j Representative Rheaj of K- Yahagayet the seat to Mr Moss the contestant by theslim dma joritYOf 10 votsand passed tbe regular irtny Appropriatlb bill which arries 90 880934 The President iriect to utilize the persuasive pow rsofGen Leonard Wood while he was a 1guest at the White Reuse this week upon those Republican inepibers of t oIose who still hold out against Cuban recipro city There Were several con ferpnces at each of which Gen 0Wood talked for JCuban recipro- citYJ but so far as known no converts werer made None are d iieededltppass the 50 percent bill but it seems to be under stood that the Senate will make r the reduction at least 33 13 and jf possibly 40 per cent and then prhpvotes might be needed l to get the House to agree Considerable pressure is being brought to bear onthe Presi denfebyl pdliticiafis of both par 3 ties and by representatives of laboiv organizations tochangq v His jnindjabput supplanting Mr v Terence V Powderly now Corn 4nissioner General of Imofigrv 1 pbut the Presidents mind rippears to be set on putting an ipther rjaan in the place It is not surprising that many sculptors should decline to sub mit Ilarge and extensive models jttc tnpei non unless guaranteed at least a portion of their expen ses while waking ifr Qf the thirfcy six sculptors whq have senti elaborat models f for the Grant monument they will be publicly hibitcq next weekj to Washington only six 4 will get a cent The monument commission iis authorized to chogeeJsix of t the best models the sculptors of which 1are itobet l paid 1000 each and Fj fro m these six will be chosen one the sculptor of which will be given the commissonof making d the tri nument t25OOO Most of these sculptorsliave spent about Va year in study and work upon these1models et thirty of them willi receivenot a penny Visitors to the Natioqal Mu seUJD fand tile Smithsonian Iii s stitution can now geta very comprehensive ideal of the nat l ural products of the Phillipines IntheJ former severall hundred I CQlored plates of tfte plants of She islands in their natural col t ors have just been put upon ex bibition ndin the latter Vol Jectious of PhillipTne Weapons utensils dres sea shells fish andbirds 7 are shown Senator Spooned who favors the Oleomargarine bill scored several points against Senator MoneY who opposes it in ttim de bate this ee1rFor instance when Mr Money declatedithat whthdbobiH was unconstitu L tjbnal it might never be so de clared by the courts because the courts jnight not go behind t- heWllOIIrDO Which tHS working man has fought fork thingthegins before Iris and ends long after it as a rule and many a night her rest is babysfrtfu1ness healthiest woman must wear out under such a strain What can be expected then oftbseomenwhoareweakened ly diseases Women who are weak wornout newiieuse of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It establishes weakeningdraizis jand ulceration and cures female weakness Itmakes gandsickSick people are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and t sacredly confidential AddressprRV Pierce Buffalo NY eight1ttscri tjOUlI wriLesMrs John Green of Danville Boyle Co K atThw medicine was recom jaeadcd to 33Cby otherpatlents t have taken she squli feel like another person The 4e1lerl who otTers a substitute for t1 Favorite Prescription is only seeking 3Mlce the little more profit paid on Iy k lime sale of less meritorious jnedicines P His profit is your loss Refuse all sUb 4ttKtes tDri Pierces Pleasant Pellets shpnldtbe 4with FavoritePrescriptiotwli- J en 1autivds required i i v taiaastatlordinarily would EUREKA Hanss Dill 5upOOriOOklng ness like new 7td of bodied oil ej ecUUr ifLrwithfund Sold everywhere In mnsaU ulzu tj STANMU ML text of the law to Inquire into legislative intent Mr Spooner said In other words the bill is unconstitutional before the Sen ate but will not be unconstitu tional before the Supreme inthefol I 1Ir 1 Mr Money ed11byed11 Wife has The announcement of Senator Rawley chairman of theVSenafV committee on Military affairs that the Committee would not further consider the War De partment bill for the eorganiza tion of the staff of the army unless Secretary Root was espec ially insistan becausethe criticism of the bill by Gen Miles was unanswerable was doubtless very pleeaing to Gen Miles who endangered his official commiss- ionS by indulging in the critir cismf It iSi said by frierids of Gen Miles that he did not seek the opportunity to critisize the bill but when asked to appear before the Senate corn mitLee and make a statement concern ng it he told exactly what he thought of it regardless of what effect the expression of opinion would hive upon him personally Assistant Secretary Brigham of the Departmeo of Agricul ture i out with a vigorous de nial of the statement made to the- PFesidentby Mr J C Hanley who was introduced at the White House as presideAt ofthe Allied National Agricultural Societie of America that the farmers of the county were opposed to Nicaragua canal legislatiopHe cites action of the Patrons of uandry the strongest and most important farmers organi zation in the world at its three annual meetings in favor of legis lation for an Isthian Canal to show that Mr Hanley was wrong and tubs it in by saying that Mr Hanley doesnt represent any farmers May 20 has been definitely de cided upon as inauguration day and evacuation day for Cuba It is to be an entire new deal be ginning on that day Except a few hundred artillerymen needed for a time to look after some forts all American troops will be vithdrawn from Cuba before that day Ex Representa the Walter Gresham of Texas thinks that people who believe in aud practice helping themselves will ala ways get along Thats twhy he is so certain that Galveston has agreat future Ab an election in which property holders were allowed to vote only 22 votes were cast against issuing bonds to the amount of 1500000 to build a seawallior theprotection- of Galveston and to further show their confidence in them selves the citizens of Galveston have subscribed for the entire issue of bonds You cint keep a city with that sort df citizens from going ahe- ad1ducedtatest to the WestC- ommenCing March 1st and daily tbRteafter untilApri 30th 1902 the Wisconsin Central Ry will sell Settlers tictuns frqcu Ghieoo to points iiq Montana Ifiabo Oregon Washington and British Columbia at greatly reduced rates For detailed inform tion inquire of nearest Ticket Agent oladress TDCainpbsll D P A 218 Pike Builcing Gin cirinali Oor Jas CiPond Genl Phestnger AgenttrwMilwaukee Wis cLotYoung Docipra l Dustc Yes sold the old doctor you should try to have your own cdrriagt by nfl means because when you want to get to a patient quickly Oh interrupted tbe young M D J dont think any patient who sent for me would be likely to die before reached Tilra No bjt be might recover before you Botthere Pblladeipbla Press s Careless Parents Why doat make a name for yourself asked fhe serious person only irish Lund lied the chance said the pale young rnanbut my par eats thought they knew it all and they made up onCot their own and thats why I am compelled to struggle against fatejunder the handicap of Reginald shlng1tS i L j Stands the lzdog and over Urn en ergetically pharapoolng the soap into the long hairy coat stands one of the ppofesslonalj dog washers Who haunt spotsfromIeutIThese inert lather and wash pot llogs Willie their owners look on from con imle rangefronisoap Isdmppeduagedtoswim Sbmetlmes the pet wilt swim straight lOut while the fair owner Is in agonies pnssIngsteamitsbathingXoreveiOn dogrplunge anti rescue the bewildered animal lest the Infuriatqd owner hould claim com pensation for his carelessness With some Pajisiennes this weekly pet washing is a ceremony of importance The dainty lady alighting from her smart victoria goes down the steps to byhertbenI1rectsI theIor a of ribbon of a selected coIorto tie round its neck at the finish A fee of franca cannot be con sidered excessive for a toilet includ lag a clipping during which FIt or Ne ro Is held firmly by the lady proprie tress of the ctablisseinent des hams while her 4ssistant uses tbe patent shears When all has been completed the victim wagging his tall with con scious pride proceeds to the carriage with his proud and happy mistress and drives away In state yelping at dogs less aristocratic than he Wide World MagazineI FLOWER AND TREE Heavy pruning of growing trees wilt cheek growth Flowering plantS should never be watered with cold water It chills the plants Tbe Madeira vine is one of the best cUmbers having a wreath of leaves equaled by few otherplants Repotting of plants becomes necessa ry at intervals for two reasons T bo plant uses up the available fertility In the soil anti fills the pots with roots The ink plant of New Granada is a curiosity Tne Juice of it can be used as ink without any preparation At first the writing is red but after a few boursdt changes to black In watering the primrose observe this Water should not be poured upon the crown of the plant nor the pot filled so full that the water flows over into it This is fatal to the health of tlie plant To destroy aphides or plant lice dip tbe ends of the twigs into a strong tea made by steeping tobacco stems in hot water or sjringe with whale bib soapsuds repeating the operation in six or seven days First Jnntlce to Wear Coven Few people I venture to say even in high official positions know what Justice first wore the gown in the su preme court 6f the United States sid an authority on the subject recently When Justice John Jay tpob the office he thought the members of the su preme bench should wept a gown cf some sort Accordingly he appeared in his own academic gown which he wore by virtue of having received a degiee from the University of Dublin or as it was then known Trinity col lege It was a trIcolored gown too Such a garment would look peculiar now since the black gown has been adopted Washington Post TIC Wronnr Way Fathers arid mothers wbo do not know how anti where their sons and especial ly their young daughters spend their evenings are guilty of a negligence that Is little vsbort of criminall and that too often leads to sad consequences The American habit of letting the young folks have their own way in choos lug their associates and methods of ro crbation Is responsible In every city for a good deal of evil that might be prevented by parental firmness judiciously exercised Philadelphia Bulletin Anticipated x Stern ParentI supposo you are aware young man that I cease to pro vide for my daughter when she leaves my root T Suitor Ob yes We have settled about that Bertha and I We have de cided to make our home with rob Boston Transcript The Very Dot Mrs Nurlcb I want some terrapins Dealer Yesm Diamondbacks Mrs NurichiYes and see that the diamonds arc of the first water Ohio State Joufrual I think you will find that people who honestly mean to be true really con tradict themselves much more rarely than those who try to be consistent Holiiics The undertow of selfishness may not be visible in the current of bye but Its there just the same Chicago WHY News WE EAT SOME FOODS It In Not Alone That AVe like Tllem but Xatnre Dcmaittln Then Why do you take milk in your ten Most persons would answer because they liked it that way but the scion fists have found a deeper reason pine ling the custom on purely scientific grounds These learned ones discourse as follows We use sugar in our tea to prevent injury to tile coatings of our stomachs Whenever tnnnic acid and albumen meet they fall desperately in Jove with each other get married with out bans and live together ever after ward as tarinate of albumen or leath er Now there is tnnnic acid in tea and a lot of albumen in the coating of tile stomach The tannic ac l1cdsns much of this as is allowed by the laws of chemistry and so far Injures tine stomach But milk also contains albumen When milk Is added to tea therefore the molecule of tannic acid select tbelr albumen partners from it and a divdrce Is unknown to taangte of al bumen the allumcu of the fitotaach remains stogie quid so the lining of the stomach in uninjured Now you may Imagine that when you raix salad dressing you put via egar In bec ihlscJtt tjltes better made that Way but you are wrong again THT bngo IunUIitLhsitbatih wny it tastes so ntor the palate is ad es ccUent judge cf what Is good for the stomach Oil is added Toe the very good reason that It protects the lining of the stomach from the action of the acid In the vinegar v Why do we take butter on bread Partly because Wheajcja flour does not il1ImterIn some unknown way stimulate the appetite and aid digestion Why do we take pepper mustard arid Spices Because4bey tickle the glands of the stomach and make them w rdConsequently they produce nn abun dant supply of digestive juices They alsoistir up theliver arid a stirring up of this organ is an Import thing for people who live sedentary lives Why do we put salt on our m at- 1byt there are two principal salts In our body arid their supply has to bV kept up They are sodium salts and potassium salts There is sufficient of the latter In the food wecat but not of the former We therefore have to add the sodium salts In the form of common salt which is sodium chloride Anoth er reason why we qat common salt is that a certain amount of hydrochloric acid is needed by the stomach for the purposes of digestion and also to kill off some of the microbes we swallow stomzof common salt We take more salt with some meats than with others be cause some naturally contain less salt than others So by our condiments we soak to even up thlngsrNew York CUldWomon In Sleeping Cora It would surprise you to know that a heavy per cent of the persons who travel on sleeping cars make no effort to disrobe before they retire saidl a conductor wild runs between New Orleans and Chicago They simply roll In with boots spurs and all They do not seem to know that a berth on a sleeping car is just the same as a bed in a private home except in size Some of them will pull off their coats and collars Some of tMem will slip their shoes from their feet There are many of course who are used to traveling and who go in for dgood nights sleep With women it is different You can never catch a woman so Indifferent to comfort and cleanliness in this respect She will pull her shoes off ev cry timeNew Orleans TimesDemo crat ncr View of It With the aid of this little book said the canvasser as he producrd a Mothers Guide for the inspection of his victim you will be able to bring up your children properly She took the book and weighed It thoughtfully in her hand Thenvli caughlTit by the edge and brought it down on the palm of her hand as Iflto see if it could be handled with ease and dexterity Oh I dont knbw she said at lat I cant see that its any better for that purpose than a silppBrooklyn Ea gie Dlsmlswinp a Dead Sians Carriage- At the conclusion of a funeral service it is a custom among the old noble families of Rome for the chamberlain of the household to come to the church Joor and announce tp the footman who stands in waiting that his master or mistress or whoever the lead maybe has no further use for the family CJirrlaKf Thereupon the footman in forms the coachman who Leaks his whip over his knees and drives mourn fully ziwayChcago RecorU Herald find Examples Brown I dont HUe to read tale which show how geniuses were once unruly children Joists Why not tirownThey encourage lazy parent to believe that their unruly children will turn out geniuses Detroit Tre Press The Sennntlon Well how hoes It sefcm to be en CTjjed to such a wealthy i1I1 Fine Every time II Jzlss her I foe as if were taking the coupon off government bondLifS- uiteti tbe Action to the Word- II was to come bn the stage stealth ily and say fist explained the fledgeling actor And And J laid It find I was he mourn fully concluded Baltimore American HlrWIioel Wont Rant IIcvitt Jot my wheel wet yesterday Jewctt Boon soaking your head have youNew York hJeVald No maltjr how much money you may loire if yon are poor In character that- 1i111S pcLorty forever Ladles Home Journal II A Medicine for Old PeopleRev Gee Gay Greenwich Ka is pat 8csof age yet he sayst I am cnjoyiic excellent health for araan of my due entirely tothe rejuven ating irlluences of Dr Miles Nervine It brings deep and rest when nothing vitalityI am an oJsddiCltmitcs MrvGco Vitsonof 1 have nenl1UsncnrtilospentconiithiIntldocbfisib d nn ditmed signs of weak ncs anUikiajj Dr Miles Nervine I it javea mv life M1sNelovine asilurnSpring Mo lila was so uerv I tssI myftlflCrrtwoultevenforgePtaaa MilesNrtl the1ir1tGold by dt DruJlstaon Gunranteo Dr Mlfes Medfcal Co Elkhar In3 r 4IiI 5n tifoundation o e un S tnup laidChi11l kidneytroubiesuMalaria Noxious and bcanetheuntilitthC skin and carbullcies boils abscesses lirerallybreak through orWiIitseUrde4roythsiustbetocutS does tirecbnngulatingSpossessesopttesandthegeneral anMifthincreas s ahnostfroin no riry Potash fVrite other mineral bout In S 55 Ihs stictly and entirely vegeabie reuiedy bytheirseatireco At1t Ga I j1 I jI Baling a i IIIi HusbrnidII By Charles Curtz Hahn i Copyright 1802i by l 8 McClufo Company WIiI e I dIn going to have a husband If I have to bring puo to his knees at tup point of a revolver Some girls are ashamed to say they wish to get mar tied but ncknowledge that I do and that am not going to die an old maid unless all men are braver than I think they are- A merry palot laughter greeted this sally for the speaker May Wilding van a favorite Avith the girls as well a nen Her auditors wero a group of young women who had arrived that day for a visit with their College classmate Gertk Manders We rot hear of your prowling through the woods next with DIcJks rifle over your shoulder looking toea man I suppose said Gertie But to come dqwu to realities girls it is tide we werVln Qed If we intend plchlck Ing rn the morning And the matri monial discussion was closed by a scattering of guests to their different rooms You never would guess where i shall put you tonight Gertie remark cd to May as she ushered her down the hall Diem has been away all summer and as we arejust a little crowd ed I am going to put you In his room It has been well fumigated so that it docs not sijujjl lot tobacco or guns But I forgotyoQ are a huntress your self Yes laughed May I can hit the target although I never won a prize by my shooting By tie way Gertie let me show you something And opening her trunk she took from it an old fashioned revolver mjqua a lock and with only tlc stub of a trigger Oh what do you carry that with youforTo scare away burglars whOa I meet them replied May displaying the innocent weapon which her small brother had dropped In as a joke while sheTvas packing her trunk Well there is no danger of your bee ling disturbed by them here laughed her hostess One never knows said May with a pout and a shrug of her shoulders as she bade her good night and tossed the antiquated relic carelessly on the bed Three hours later when the whole household was wrapped In sleep a young man walked rapidly from the gate to the front entrance of thin Man tiers residence drew a latchkey from DOST on r WILL snoOT his pocket opened the door and slipped in so cautiously that he could not have been beard had any one been awake He paused In the hall a moment to hang up Oils hat and then crept silently Up the broad carpeted stairs and softly tried the door of the room In which the husband hunter witH posing Suppressing an ejaculation at flailing It locked the young man turn headIhis steps passing the barred door and trying a secoud one a little farther down the hall Here he was sUccess- ful and passing through the bath room he entered the room of the sleep- Ing that door was locked he said aloud aa he lighted the gas Then he sat down In an dasy chair facing the window while he unlaced his shoes May had been in a light sleep when her door was tried and was dropping back into a doze when she heard the bathroom door open arM steps issue from it to her own room Who can It be she said to herself and was about to call Gerties name when the Intruder struck u match and she saw that it was a man A burglar she thoughtuAnd Gertie said there was no danger Then she remembered the revolver she had tossed upon the bed and for gotten to put away Softly she slipped her hand down over the bedspread un til she grasped the weapon It was llucky I forgot toputttl pmay she thought as she saw the urglar making himself at home He Intends to take off his shoes here and then rob the house AsAlhe came to this conclusion the burglar arose and turnedtoward the tied A took of surprise flashed over his face but before he Coul4 move the h 1 j f p rusty oia gun was pointed at hU head and rboiitUTluow ohjoeLnotthrow intheotItheburglarOh hes one of the polite kind groaned the girl I beg your pardon biitij did not know this room was occupied Excuse me and I will leave although I dont like to wake up the folks In the houie1 It would be rather linteretthg for you If yop did But the burgtardid- not seem to catch the drift of her sar 1bndroom do not doubt your word in the least And so tt jou will excu1eme1n- 11l leave and hunt up mother or Ger tie youldlowBecause If happen to be her broth er was the amused reply Her brother Dick Yes Dick at your service And now as I have sald once or twice before If you will excuse me 1 will go and hunt them He passed swiftly through the bathroom and a moment later she heard him feeling his way along the hall to Mrs Manders room Can It be Dick or ought I to give an alarm Before she cuiqe to a de vision she heardiMrs Manders exclaim ing Why Dick What do you mean bjr coming home at this time of juVgbt We nil thought you would remain In Montana for unuther mouth 4 Quite an atlvonture murmured May as the dropped to sleep half an hour lateh Bujtto think that I threatened fo shoot the man GOethe Is anxluus for me Jo marryV Oh I ntht1 sp glad that you like Dick wasGertles greeting tte next morning Like him What do you mean queried the bewildered girl Why didnyuu try to brlnjff him down with ybuc revolver the way you said you Intended to get your hue band Gertie psled with h fine as sumption of Innocence 1 naturally supposed It was a case of lore at first sight Never during the following jweeks thatpetiedsome senseless remark about guns and game until her friend began fairly to loathe her unfortunate adventure tar visit and evcryulng connected with It Her manner to Dick became dall more constrained and chilly He flfas In despair as to bow be could please her and at last confided in his sister So you are all1lnilon with her and arc desperate because she will have nothing to s17toyonvU her consoling excllnatlon Tel bJjso you goosy jicivicethatthat very night In a bCdItnJ cOn fidcncc But oh Gertie May whispered half laughing half crying how could you tease me so all the timeV M friend was the oracular re sponse for all your bravery Wish a gun I dont believe that you would have bagged your husband If I bad not made you think you did not want to Doing Their Arithmetic Children believe so con8dentlwbatt- hey bear that if they do not hear metlmefrunIntoQueer fossor remembers that when he yras a hiid he sang Glory glory bad a new year for Glory glory halleluiah A story of a similar childish wlsQql1er standing of sound la told by a Sunday school teacher The Infant class was reciting the Christmas lesson Sixyearold Harold was called upon to tell the story pf the Saviours birth Well ho began the hephrda were out one night doing their arithme tic when the angels came But stop Harold Interrupted the puzzled teacher and tell me what you mean by that Well replied Harold VI dont see 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