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roksWall41yp1L 1 UH rty honest homely grnff GBBtte kindly yardwide stuff Man tbataezWs good ennffrttltblbbr howdy1 Ye ilr like td hear em siiiylti Howdy howdy ReT a cheeryj earnest ring Npputron the Al thing divea yore own good will a swing HoWdflObae LipplB1L + ID IG JUDDSTRY The oper Qations of Ahe Continental To13co lPanY1inthigJountir this aeRsI nliaigivtnW aS better t4eexfuntorthtry of the county Before the establishment of the rehandlingh- OUSBOf the big corporation at this place the tobacco which was grown in the county jvas shipped to Louisville at various tunes and to different concerns so that it was hard itib artheatas vfrf 1 i any figures representing the total prpductidh tNow one can take the amburit of tobacco purchased by the Continental Co und arrive at a pretty fair estimate of the yhole output forth county A conservative estimate of thebuy ingofthe big corporation for L sotl placestho amoupt af 1ooooo pounds all of which is delivered to the warehouse here frri which Place itisprized and shipped in hogsheads to the various manufacturing concerns Theprices paidfor the tobacco to tile farmers will average about 7 cents per pound which means 70000 paidto the tobacco farmers Washuigtons county for one season by the Continental Company alSne This is not in cluding thesnlprment to the Louisville breaks whicli it is thought will easily sum the total value of the output to 100000 for the1 year This amount for one crop of the year alone is Ii good shewing for the county and the down trodden farmer ap peara to be idoing very well under the circumstances think you f ryNSUiUNCE Doubtless the citizen of the town who has recently beencalled upon to paY his insurance premium has registered an earnest and vigorous kick and all things consider ed it looks as ifhe had a kick OQming to him The fire insur ance pool of the state has raised tile rate jjust 25 per cent on all stocks of merchandise and per sonal property intpwns and cities Thi seems pretty hard for Springfield for two reasons In the first place Springfield has probably been oneof the best towns in the universe fOr iinsur- ance companies The insurance rates have always been high and 1found1 of those big corporations from the pockets of local property owners And yet with one or two exceptions there has not lena loss by fire in the town f rmany years the town and the insurance companies having been exceptionally fortunate in that regard The other reason that the increase in the rate is going hard just now is the fact that the citizens bave been led to believe that they might expect a reduction in the rates on account of the installation of the waterworks system which is supposed to give additional fire protection and lessen the risk of the insur ance Cmpanies This reduction- iihis not come We cant say that it will not come nor can we say that itwill without a great risk of falling down on our prediction At any rate the reduction has filed to materialize while the raise is as conspicuous as the Bose on a maas face The in surance companiesweunderstand claimi that th6trustees have nptj M complied With all of the require ments in ijegard to fire hcse fire companies etc Without going into the merits of the c se ttheproperIYR time J it v t 1 Itit f f tb 11ijDEWALlKS Perhaps noth g upgnl tnt outlay than go dsidei jWalks Springfield is just xow iSJa sidewalk boom Concrete walks have been made on the south side of Main street for conYtract has been let for a walk of the same material around the CoiE aaH par ifjRSejway ujy IIairi Qit the atOundthe6outhe curbing had become very niqh out of repair and after get thigjestimatson the wprkiTudge tLitsey ascertained that it would cost only alittle more tQ have a coucrete sidewalk and curbing put in than it would to have a new stone curbing put in so it was thought that the expense would be justified by the great improv imeht As soon asthe necessary 1 it repairs can be nmde on the Astreets present an appearance in keepirigv with its importance CAUTION This is not a aentle word but when f on think hov liable ou are uot to purchase fur 75 C MHS the only remwiy universal and a rainedty tIt has hadtlltt largeStsaleolany medicine in phe world since J868 for thecure and treatment of coosumpvion and Throat and Lung troubles fcwibout1sipgits jrreat popu llurity all ihetl years you will be thankful we called your at teuttou to Bosciioes German Syrup There are PO many or dinary cough remsdies made by drujjglsls and mher that are cheap and good fur light colds perhaps but for severe Cougbs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Consumption where mere is difficult expectoration and cough lug during the nights and morn jig there iis othing Hko cSer Mrihr Syrup Sod bvall drug gistsiuqe civilized world G G Greet Woolbury N J Wants to Help Others I had stomach trouble all my tiiett s ays Edward MeJiler proprietor of the Union Bootlinjg Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds oLremadies went to several doctors and spent considerable moneY trying to get a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Dyfl pep ia Cure and have been taking it to my great satisfactory I never found ite equ l for stomach trouble and gladly recommend ItIn hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 6ures all stomach troub les You dont hnve to diet Kodol DBPepsiaCqre digests what you eat it Harrodsbur5 Court Day IDiamondBently sold 40 yearling steesofabout 800 lbs at 24 75lR s41epf36 per head 9inggi s W O to 4- 0dollai e h1 efJ 2i3 to 75 dollars sevien mules 75 to 80 d llarsJ S M apjpbell QJd 2 yearling Jeifeirs tr12 each 12short yearling steers at xli dollars each 33 tworeafrr Lsticrs I JQd ftliO IDS at 4275 iiO yearling heifersat 15 35 per heSduine plug mare31 one at 60 eoriinbinedoid hdrs e 1 iC525f one lily te and 8 or 10 cpmraoniKofis jvud mule from 26 to 40dh111 rs J J McGfnftis sold20 600 poupd steerJ at 3 f pwt 6 800 pOund heifersft 2Q50tper head s1ettrlat2J75thilchcows number af common horses and mules lrom 32 to 105 dollars Democrat I ii fOil n U u o i0xceAll persons holding claimsi against eFteoftHttie Ray deceas clwill present them properly proveQ on or before May 1 IQ2 as the estate willjbei settle at thdtime f sAYES mi IlfJ1Jiimstrat9 ifthe l1IleXt attieRav deceagttti H KwUJDy loet yO HcQuit ppdilni A good officers presence is soon noted and a community is not slow to meet put that praise of his work which is every bit his due These words have been prompted bya remark made the other day toa representative of the Enterprise by a good citizen of Simms who was expressingI his admiration of wayurl present worthy sheriff John A Burton was doing his duty This gentleman Went on to say that near the Washington county line in Marion county lived a colored family a member of which had been guilty of theft and that whenan officer came after him he would dodgerUss- th line Sheriff Burton went after him several times and each time the boys father would meet him at the door and Inform him that his son had gone over into Washington county Sheriff Burton finally got tired of this and kindly but firmly told the father that his boy was wanted on a charge of theft and that he intended to arrest him and for the good of all concerned it would be better for the boy to cease this dodging across the Washington county line when he came after him and to sUl render If however he persists in this way of evading arrest r intend to shoothim The im pression he left on the father was effective for next morning the boy walked to town and gave himself up to the sheriff This same gentleman further said that this conduct of the officer had changed things considerably in his vicinity and that suspicious characters were governing their movements accordingly Leb anon Enterprise This Wo UUI Ono Hundred DoHur Ilovanl tin auv cawo of CaLm rlt tliatf uaiinot be cnictl by Halls Cutorrh C ire 1 jrClIENEY CO Prups Toledo Q We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15y are and be lieve hUll perfoctly honorable in nit bus Inras transnotlons ahd financially able to lrry out any obligation made by their firm I W Irt TXOAX AVhniBB le Tiruguists Toledo 0 WALDINQ KI NAN AfAitvix Whole salu DruggIsts Toledo U Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intornnllT acting rilrantlv upon the blood and mu coils surfaces of tbe Ryst mPrlef 75e per bottle Sold bv all Druggists tily inoiiml tlsH tree Remarkable Will The will of Cecil Rhodes was one of the most remarkable works of a most remarkable man The opening of Central and South Africa to the enterprise of th e countrymen was the work of his life His death and pub lished will reveal that his dreams went beyond Africa Whatever may be said against Rhodes and his methods iu the dark cont neat admiration is compelled by the disposition he made of his wealthA great understanding between England and Germany and the United States will secure the peace of the world and educational relations will form the strongest tie So writs the Cplussus in his last testiinent and to make his prediction true he sets aside a great portion of his wealth An endowment fund of about 10000000 is established for perpetual scholarship at Ox rfotd College for the benefit of the picked energetic youth of the three nations Sixty are set apartfor England and the color nies two for each State and territory in the United States and fifteen for Germany t r I Half SiGk SarsaparillaInhave taken it every spring as a blood purifying and nerve strengthening medicine ST Jones WJchita Kans If you feel run down are easily tired if your t nerves are weak and your blood is thin then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine Ayers Sarsaparilla Its a regular nerve fifter t perfect blood builderi LNabMJi Al1uflk Jjkyoor doctor what be thinks of Ayert SantiiaTlU knows all about Uta gr ad old fsmfly siedlelne Follow his M1eew wUb c11natoell MIM Dies Suddenl End Conies Peacefully to Rev Father Defralne RESPECTED PRIEST ST Rev Father DeFraine the venerable Chaplain to the con vent at Si Catherine was found deadsitting in his chair in his bed room at an early hour Mon day morning He had evidently been dead only a short time Father DeFmin had been a sufferer from heart trouble for some tme and had evidently arisen from bed to sit in his chair which was his custom when seized with I an attack of his malady He had been at St Catherine about five years In January last Father DeFraine was given a goldenI Jubilee in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of his service in the church Thecelebration took place at St Augustines church in Lebanon and the occasion was one ol great pomp and many fine tributes were paid to the beautiful life work of the venerable priestrRev Peter DeFraine was born at Santburgan Belgiam February 8 1827 He was ordained priest at the Cathedral Ghent Belgium Dec 20 1851 and labored in tliat diocese six years when in 857 he entered the American college at Louvin being one of the first six students Coming to this country he arriv ed in Louisville Ky April 28 1858 and on May 10 of that yea was appointed Professor at St Thomas Seminary Nelson l county August 30 1892 he was named Chaplin oi Nazareth with St Gregorys and St Johns church and president of St Jo sephs College at Bardstown where remaineduntil Nov 15 1867 when he was transferred to the pastorate of St Agustines church Lebanon He continued to perform the arduous duties ofr this charge untilAugust 16 1871 when ill health and advancing years caused him to resign Notice Central Fire Insurance Company Lexington Ly All parties having claims against the Central Fire Insur ance Company of Lexington Kentucky are hereby notified i1 that an order has been enteredi in the Fayette Circuit Court directing that all claims be pre sented to and filed with me the Receiver for saia county on or before the 15th day of May 1902 C C CALHOUN Receiver Central Fire Insurance Coj A a pa nee of prevention is wo rth a pound of cure aud tibottle of Bat lards Horehound Syrup used in time is worth a staff of physicians with a drug store ot two included Price 25 and 50 cents Haydon and Robert w son All Records Broken A sale of tobacco which broke all records for the past ten yearsi was made on ttie Louisville mar ket ytoterday The sale took placeat the Planters Ware house Mr Grant Pan burn sold a line of twelve hogsheads of Anderson county tobacco at the following prices 3250 32 50 30 28 1850 1725 1525 14 13 1175 and 10j 75 The average of the entire lot is 2113 per hundred pounds J Tne bidding for the tobacco was spirited In the lot were five hogsheads of tine cigarette wrappers These were finallyI knocked down to the tthet American and Universal Tbnaccq Cotnjianies Mr J W OBannon the buyer for the Weissinger ard Universal Com panics securedl two hogsheads at 3250 each and Mr Frank Harprig buyer for the Amer ican Tobacco Company got two hogsheads at 30and 28 Tfaa Continental Tobacco Company got the Ted wrappeis at 850 isAbout ago some tobacco was sold on the llocal market for t29 and the record price to that sale was 2859 Consequently is apparent that the sale yesterday was a notable one and Hist probable thai the price v us the arest that ha aj r been paid for tobocc oh any mark for at least ten years GourierJournal A Doctor Had Plight Two years ago as a result of a severe cold I lost mvvpfce writes Dr M for Scardrougb pf Herbron Ohtoittb b3gan adj obstinate cough JDvpry remedy known to me as a practicing phy oician for 35 veaIs failed and dailygrew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughjj and Colds I found quick roller lind lor last ten days have felt better than lor two years Positively guaranteed for throat and tLubg troubles bv Haydon Roberts on 50c and LOO Trial bottre free Shot Ih his left leg For all kinds of sores burns and bruises or other wounds DeWitts Witch Haze Salve is a sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once Never fails in cases of piles Cooling and healing None genuine but DeWitts Beware of counterfeits til suffered for jnany years from sores caused by a guush3fwound in my lett legsays A S Puller English Ind It would not neal and gave toe much trouble I used all kinds of remedies to no pur pose until I jried DeWitts Witth Hz zel Salve A few boxes completely cure me Haydon and Robertson License Taxes The new Revenue law contains the following items of taxation not in the oldilaw Increase of license ax for selling playing cards 10 Increase of license tar for splli ng pistols to SlOO Increase of license tax on pawnbrokers to 500 Licensetax to retail cigarettes P10 License tax on 6il depots 10 License tax on eaclj wagon transporting oil S5 License tax on resident manu factuters of tobacco 1 an 1000 of output for first 100bOO and 50 cents per 1000 on there raaiodtir License tax on resident manu facturers of cigarettes SSO on leach 1000 sold m the State License tax on foreign manu facturers of tobacco 150per 1000 worth sold in this State License tax on foreign mauu facturers of cigarette 5 per 1000 sold in this tae License tax on foreign pork packers 50 cents onech 100 sales mude in this staveJ License on all foreign rail roads doiugan interstate Jom merce business exercising ter minal rlgli sonly in tbip State 2500 each v f tj License tax on resident andI foreign rectifiers or compound ers or blenders of distilled spirits a graded raxfrbm190 to 300 per annum 2001eachLice se tax on residence andl foreign agencies in lbii State 25 each License tax on wholesale wine dealers 200 jer annum Increase in the ad valorem l tax rate of 2 cents on each 100 worth of taxable property which will make the tax ratQ for State purposes 50 cents on each 100 worth of property WANTED Wewould like to ask through the columns of your paper if theo is any person vjho Has used Greens August FlOwer fot yspepIsia and Liver troubles that has not been Cured and we also mean tneir results such ssour stomach fermentation 0f food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headahe despond feelings sleeplessnessrm fact any trouble connected with the stomach or Jiver This medr clue has been sold for years in all civlllved countries and we wish to Correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost lf you never tried August Flower try one bottta first We have never kno1lof its failing Is so something more serious is the matter with you Ask your oldest druggi9tsS Q G Green feS Whites Cream Vermifuge out effectually destroys woems t also Jrl creafcs the appetite aids assimllaUonlj antotHaydoQ 8 Robertson j g Dyist Our you oat Lebanon Ltbcais I Prom tneFalcon I t The reidence of Mr SamS Gorppr about tt n and jonehalf mite w stoUNeW Market was burned to the ground lajstThurs day afternoon Mr COoper had ust left home shortly after the dinner bour and WiS about one half mile from his house when in looking nacjL he discovered the blaze l sT Cooper anda daughter were the only ones on the premisieS when the firebroke dIuTljut beigbbors9 cams TnTSs soon as the fire was discovered Most of the furniture down stars wassaved but alt iin the upper story was consuned with u1I1500 withinsuranceof 500 on house and 1QO on furniture which will make Mr Coopers net loss abotJ t60jT4 fire started from thereof and caught from sparks flying ftdDthe chimney Mr Copper has ar ranged a temporary structure on his farm where he will reside until his crops are gathered when he will rebuild Deputy Sheriff Jack Fisher UiJitlleliverIed him to Jailer Madden Big gens we lIrttrr was arrested on a warrant sworn out by his mother Qn saveral Occasions he was quarrelsomeand abusive at homp and it is saidthreaten ed his mOther withi violence He will not talk much smqe locked up g d tjis Actions iridi oath that he H spmewhat demented His father who isa lumber dealer came to this conn tv some months ago from Wil liamstown arid purchased the John Hardest Jarm neir Ray wick fliggens fill probably remain in jail until his trial which has not been set ias he is not likely to seen ra anyone to go on his bond ii Monday was a big day and brought to town au immense crowd ft has beent many months since the streets were so densely thronged with people One very gratifying observation wasthat drunkenness was con spicuous by its absence aud per feet order prevailed The stock markpt was crowd ed with stock of every description which brought god price Anewauctloneer made his ap pearance ana his manner of cry ing sales would make the spiel ers green with envy Hei hails from Washington county and when the days business had been finished he mounted a spring wagon and made a speech in which be announced that be- would be here every county court dayy iahyaystday nothing now to what it was a few years ago ThOr were only few exhibited Monday Col J B W4han was there with his stable of high class saddle and trotting stock consisting of throb stallions and several filI lies0 and geldings Mr B St McElroys twoyear old jack was in the bunch shown and heiis a fine animal for his age The exhibition attracted the attention of quite a number who admire fine stock Wie ds A Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multi Ifurleof maladies cut off bywDr Kings New Life PiUsthetost distressing too Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Bil lousn ssFerMa1arjajal1 fall before these wonder wurk ers 25s al Haydon t Robertson drug store aapofdinif ground ol Malaria germs So low wet or marshy ground every IweCI1SQIwe Out Electric Btters never fall to destroy them and cure aaajar ial troubles They wnlsQr11 prevent typhoid We lr ed D11 remedies for Malaria and Sto ach and Liver troubles wnta John Chaileston of ByesTiift O but never found anytklnfc as good as Electric Bittfrs Iff tbfw Only SOc H jre prison guarantee stietios FoIeTrfaey 1ttJuMM3 Md stop the cough RsmsrkaupJ4Mrl TherEev William May wk resides near Perry ylilt IHaMat the mjpst remarkable MM imttii State says a ConritrJoMrmai fCorrespondent He is prps log toi celebrate the ninaty inV anniversary of his birth wiUi a family reunion TTaclt Bllly as he is familiarly Intowwll Ute only than in the State wH sa joys the triple illstipeUoa e being minister farr a4v t erinay surgeon He MiUrtJL f t thaninistrySixty1YeysWas and has foyer accepted Ir rail iing for his services as pMtoccf various churches of the ifetbt aisc Episcopal denomiaatodtti though he has often fb e offered handsome sums He has united about tkrM thousand couples in mar eriand there is never a week ss es that several sentlmt1 couples do not drive op to cUaeleJf Billy V residfencerani havtltlae ntrotial knot tied in the next ap proved fashion He has iamarried three times himself a ihas twelve living children Iftff grandchildren fifteen fre1grandchildren and seten grtgreat randchil reD Hi abjlity as a veterinary surgeon is not surpassed in that whole region and he estimate roughly that he has rendered medial aid to thor tham 206 000 animals Although Uftctt Billy has resided within hew log pjf the rumble of toe wkeeisi of th locomotive for years he has neverbeen onboard a trail IbeenI portion of Missouri The romte rl by which he came cQverlCl JWd miles and he rode iit in sixteen t flays He alwaysgoec cltam shaven and shaves himself H weJ ever he does not use av mirror and Has not looked latp IIe gtorT thirty years He it I Vo ef Col Jack May a noted race horse manJaad was his fathers favoiite jopkey having rid4e many famous races in his youth He isi now spending the rwaafm derof his days m peace aa4 quietude on his farm cMii is e i joying the best of health Created Cf nstgmaileru The members of a wo ams club in iSommervllle Mass were terribly cut up one day this week by the blundefof a stupid mia The jatter on the lat tg1 haebeen wearing1 a broad gel ever since and has bees shariieT Jlie 3njoyment with his nisIs4hsiramong whom are several 4frlKiM wives are members of a womaas club It all came abort this say SonierviUe aaa mor4 from one part of Jhe city to an other and before beoomiai thoroughly acquainted withr new address took A pair trousers to his tailor to be fixed up He forgot p mention tbat he hid move a io the tailor returned the rtroasers to hit cotom rs former addr 50 p no name on the bund so happened that OB s ular ay the new i iatthe house wis entertai literary class of the club The ateatberir were Isp in the discussion het BMMd brought in a parcel sTiar Ime engei had jusfrarriteo wiMi itf ThehosfcMsdid not exye tt aoy811011 handle sad for It rao4ieut hesiiated wbe4ker te io pe n it But thecomWaed ewthustty of the dais nyareaaie her scruples and Ihs afc tte tstring sad unrolled iMta shudderiujfer gasp wen rawed the groap andon oflbeei lev irreverent yoiiBf tkiicroUid eii i thefloorin1IoLlaah4r Trr t bostessfroae th em sit oet jthe JaBjghiBjr girl a 4 w1wgrim remark tkai eoeee wouli pay dearly fer tfc joesee jnooMoed thatth dieeme k wte ataaead Her tte defMtfieii I in some coafaeuMi and tiM last 4 fhe heard from Wfeii s frIyious youar thas pissquottloEtAid wb wea tit think of BM Imoviiaf the Uorilo tae aieel sad a wKMfce spls m tiee W Il mkde Maka I fm Stge 1batskyo ijs r Pejma tttoe4 Tease I- ItWbsttoaIsyw esed It wilf make every weak woman trongv I canoo praise i p enough Mrsk OD Picker tog Olney Ill iJrOlSale by Haydon I TU MEADERict t J1mU88Jm XVU Ymt1ASDAY L A YEAS IN AOYAFiCE h PftINGFitEJDKY f r EL1DAVISON Jr It EDFrOfl AD Es F ti e tL or biiMness notices 10 cents per i ite rstinberttofl and 5 tafQ1 ju ttins rt1oa IOUttcalmdteroJ+ J t hbwMk15 done ft low rates bctsasn paid on dllvcy of goods fertsIiig contractsdo on liberall t A ltMrl alitt re5Q1UtOflS of respect 3I tsper11iie y LizIMa1trate 250 cItr r fOO0Isr TBURIDI5Y jpRIL17 g2 ic The sensation of the week has le ii gigantic deal on Wall itreett tKjftfc Louisville Nash vllte stock It was at first re porfed tlcat a syndicate headedIIbe by tchWGateshadptirchasec the cQnfedUiirg interest in the L 1 B4ikdad Co for tlie pur pose 5f merging that road or t turamgit pyer jbo the Southern railroad company The laths ithati was made for JJP Morgan and t thatthere wiUJbe no merging t present anyway It is said that any proposed consolidationof the 4 Southern and Louisville and Nashville will be made to v iitV on the decision of the suit against fivetheNorthru Vdny which rt if decided against tbJ Northwestern consolidation would result in the evolving off at Uisomei i Mriexpected that some way will be villfOUfldtOesth k Wejiayeipftehireard the term of VbackWdwsy applied to our eihboringtown rLebanon but frpmall reports from there re roll 06k1Tho aspect pjf a howling wilderhr ness It ii said that th county oias Solves are aboiit to take itThe W citizen of tfte place at a great ex of pehsehave just brought on ft mVo4 Kansas some lipunds especially his iyctrainedext ihe other day the people got inLjou ja lull days employment by turn y Ing put Ja grapd wolf hunt We desire to suggest the adviv liability of annexing Lebanon to Springfield and use the 00 irltoryc 4 iasa game preserve 4 JJjr Itllooked afew days ago asHI Ithe long and bloody ivvarbetween tne Boers and British in South Africa would soon come to an 1 end but a serious hitch is report ed to have ccured hi the nego JiiationS The British govern IieIitsrefusal tQput the Cape rebels on the some amnesty foot ting as thd burghers and to wthj J draw the bnishiiints the spec glIv Thetpalof 3rry HowardV charged withbeing a principalHIl the Gpebel murder consjiiracy Iwas begun nt Frankfort Tuesday Seven jurors were accepted by both sides and threes others were in accepted subject to challange Fifty additio t names were SI4rawntRe takingfthe9 f evidence 1 will prpbatlybeghi to day 1IRTH 3OOQOOOOM 5Ckf rMidpmt of a certain big Oil Corn gu- pyisaaIto be worth 300000000 ttfly biot money and ioin1take And ycti iea1 hgpy In an address to a Bible thetrj yoonglAdr whispereajo a friend that ae ci Jht11 DensonsPorotaPjuteronl us bftck or tietteraiil divide themoney among b1rIaI thIprtWajf BfiaBona Plasters oa their lacks fr the ttj or ea any other spot her there pailtaayhe t xdtea sad wrenches rheumatism it may be eold m mnsclesror bones It maybe thoM nba et7oe1uMIn or cramp anytMngtWt qunt 1Iitilrr Md 1S0faDad cur iakag JOIi fJICdfi i 1WSoM ijd l3atitafH All dreastm oqrwe wlli injy on eth na J1D1W II l te 8bW7JoMQs1 Mfg 1N I = wp i Wfii rriii u iWtW iWW 1I News TT From The County m Jii i r frr Happenings Amorig the County People iI f as Reported by oiir Correspondents ftftrftftc6r niW nnnnSh it uuunJu uULiIUiU M fvIi B k JtI Je jlpy T H leathers the dentjistpyi wasrin our town lask ThursdayffQultea fl r fJtt J t SpringfdaySun Mr N P Keeling of Pulliam passed thruugh out town lasi Sunday j Miss Rena Shirley and sister zieDaid a call at Brboksville Monday Elder Campbellwill preach atpdin the Christian church at t1isAi place next Sunday the 20th euryWel1sandIvan Keeling ofr Tatham Springs called tb see their friends at this place last Ol n sdayWill Shirley and E D Wells of tthis plac1 called to see their ell giris at Corriishvilie last Sun daythroaMisses Nora Mcllypy Loula M rittand Ethel Stleio tbis place visited at Pulliam lastmedi meiSaturdayE D Wells sold a bilggy to Miller Biich last Saturday for 100 and a buckboard to Dr W W Hyatt for 875 Mr Osaar Mcllvoyir and Miss Bessie Blanton attended the Teachers Association1 at H rttfodsburgjast Sunday not Mr Lee Brown of Bloom held whainarid vhile here bought an eighty dollar buggy from El Dken ollsMiss MaUieBegley ofr Fen wick spent lust Saturday and Sunday the bomeofMrQR Gheat popmJOhnThomas Wilsonof Brooks j ethas had his dwelling moved Is3Ia from where it stood opppsite the stor wiyiedwe ypul1ngwi1liheold home Mr3eii QaJvin JJJ stood It is acurJo sity to sOme ieo slxqipleers It will be severall days Cixalretboyou We regret very much to say madeOugli c1ttl well as our physician Dr WIiHyatt has bought proper y ways Dr D emaree ofcMackviile and said e undrstandthat he is to mbVe the family there son Doctor regret giviug you up but we bbr1 r future welfare Jonthetasts Saturd pOItheir ritheirand Nancy Gheatliam The holguesthrhpursofthenight teaUJ1 theyleftturWhytowosin this county give us a letter every Ye k Were sure tUo the Editlor will print them We nun Would like to hear from Maud hineighbormge us a few few items lZENpl x Vv Vr i the FlilIsboro ly fur Ottle Lillian Leach man is on Pairthe aick listll IfS Mr Gorge Williams has re turnedjrpm a visit to his lather Taylor Bounty Mr and Mrs Jthh Leach ma n tries entSupday with Miss Tiny pled eed and b rDtheisrls withMissfen are visiting her brother Will keaehmau at Bloomheld Mrs Nannie Suiherltnd and Rena Showmaker re the denth estsof friends at Camden Ky- Meddames Nannie Suttpn and knMameSetHestte sick listfor some time are nvalescerivlandMr HF ee1l companied Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald were e pleasant guests of Mr Will turof Fitzgerald and wife last Sunday myt Married on Sunday April 13th wifh legs t1yTrumanSuUspir rJandJ Mr Fonza S Ule and j Miss rarahBarJcerS h J1JPQllIN II lifiS- p Mr Bine of Lifsey was in vhes village Sat Life MrIl H aayjj re in your siplng I JA Miss Len Scott is spending Jhe weekwith hen aunt IrsI Scott l Mrs Maud BishopfiJI visiting the hood JthisJ Mr Zack trow ba tiL1tnpo session of his horne puichased t jIi j ce n fl17s liar miotwereiNOllieSaved time r ir Don neg1c ccughs and cplcis eyen lilt ite spring Such cases Often rei riu lY at this season just bcJ cause people are careless fdose oJone Minute Cough Cure Will removJ danger Absolutely safe Acts at ouce Sure curc for coughs cold crOupprip bronchitis and other J and lung troubles 4J have need One Minute Cough Cur Ieyora1 years says Postmaster CO Dawson Bar I1Jutt s the very bert cough cine On thte mar k e t Ithas Sa e any a Severe spell of vedf ThjchllrBROKEN LANGUAGE We Understand It Much Better Than I Do tlib Earopcnnn One is astpnlbbod tliht the 1nrJslnnt London mnnnndtbe nnderstana itny ono vfao speaks liEs language brokenly Where would we nre of AngioSason jptdckl be if vc llkettatt Weymust underistanil any sorts Ut ntns she is spoltenI but English as she Is bro toy haIfa dozen soijtsiof wreckers ur tongue We must niiacrstanil StaU1jhoJEngiish of the Jaundrics and the nuly nwfuVniuddle cif thcwhostart tvltli tpourrI called ylddish and end assacrIng EnglhwtthIt Parts If yoii mrcIysWt the cm nlirtsls froth bci lastsyllalile where it IsWhvays placed In Ficriclj to the flittfouble even iiJ uiot French words fall like so much Qrocfc upou the froeldlngsay Tllcpine back at noon they rc you a foreigner because you nQtij1Y mi ylJutit you tookTh llldSIJdinnertiicome you inight as well ask the arn silegedaic It ii the same in BcHlm must gq to fiouibayi Port Said or Shan steeghaIelastic as It Jsju our American foreivnislit Side 1Wenr Out FirstswiThe JourndJ Jn street cnrtrucksaiIwear out on the right side IhtlInelID expert Jn traction nicchairics depothertheAulajprity nlTlllsofllcople are right handed lsJtt banded people Involuntarily ea seat onithe rijlJt hand side of Drcuctor will ticll you that the Hht hateseatStimcrgort the left anij If you make it n Int to count ttim number of erpousn4yIrig seatsl ia u crowded car youll ost Invariably iii that thrre are slioIeoIIeIllseatsMajority of rtlI lug passengers ng on to the right hand straps Ws most of the AvciRht on therlglitqmi SeerightlS and the extra grinds froonrnI toAklJTbosepcPiCPulplcthres CIerycoims1fgIJEngllsho ladles were looking at a picture Ig1 5lf Facd In the Koyal academy lni dflIs Only PsIr The artist has thwetedlIo his hardworking mother mends only pair of trousers Tile boy although obliged to stay In betUwhilo IIrepairs are uhderway Is contented e eloatingOn advepkI niewiththnU1lliwoI dont call that a iicur at nil itanand drvltbThe ancients Ancient peopled Snperstltonputnil distant lauds piJ1onorswere to their superstition peo with gorgqns hydras and chime dire The distant seas were Ji1edlmonstrous dragoiw and serpents bIei tue sea sCrpentls today camewibnpsthrughnllInPerhaps these puperstitions us much rmlnywn waste Iht CarTIng on Easter Inland hard volcanic rock of Easter JSj in fs covered wIth PIlQtbticssculpulc but the most common is ahehicallatebowed back and long clnwllkelJand arms fAccordingto the RscitintthegitmitbejIIfDoInrr IlJni Justice now IhQH eirsisou seem Jto have BO vobjection to Win papa except thnt heSJl A4wrnoncyjtl n1J leaand1trying hard to jet someBreaklyn ligh f a gnlFJYertonethlnkR that he is Bunply talking 1tto Atchlson Ol be i t of 1 00 O 0 10 o 0 fi OOooo oO3o oOOOoOc g OW NO 5 g WASSAVEDg gloBYAr8 e C Copyrlght1902 by A PpnYlOd gg QoOoOoObOoOOOdoOoOPOoOoOoO enCJ kTbeyjtraffic was greatly Interfered o tiItprunthettnkeherl em ployed for that day only but he had shqwn oven In that short time a Trill Injncfss to do things squarcM tlfoJound110USOj IdjusttheIturntable iand she was swinging slowly around tOJier triet the engineer stepped ncnrshe 0a oft lytolooked I t PLASH OF LldHTNlNQ SHOWED THE TBES TtE HANODfO IN 2UDATU lUess Her headlight shone wltfii dazaling brilliancy she was polished m pilot to tender and the high liglfc illIghtJ pathers office e new engineer climbed aboardt1j and when the fireman came back fit mmA 3 office he was standing In the col ntly looking her over He readiouT gC1lUVrot gjj d In mute obedience the racer stlrted1 ward noiselessly for her exhaust mullled and she was not being for ellSlowly she glided over the tches until the station shed wns1 ched ahen dropping Into the main she crept ahead to the edgeof the ot and waited for her burdem t 745 the yardmaster climb ed ard and Introduced the ongmiHnenr who up to this time had scarcely spoken a word John he said ad dr9ssing tile fireman this Is Will ohue You two have a nasty ruoI ief tesorebecause oC rains Over toward Chi upUe w hog 5dedi nJYthlngnboutnds quickly and runs smoothly test her tonight The yardmaster looked serious Dont bo tQo darhijs This h COmo tire has one bad fault She cant stop chiy She needs plenty of room that sUe has it And he jump s1 tire locomotive fltathettled off to the roundhouse and 1t0 glided down the track and gentler de tim couplings No 5 was co inled of seven cars live vestlbultdlj j lmans two licavlly loaded maiH The snperlntoudont who uadl over the Ulh10wc division wttfc hurried forward tiTImeruD1rustheses tnttdu up CII1DbCd1thoald radlnthe sky wall uded and n brisk wind started Jjp mnce guards of the storm In a mo- nt they were clear of the yards and great engine buckled down to her uptl Iiftytwo tyfour Another tOll ii on the throttle euglimeertimetp center pped a few hodfuis of sand He1 luy1 with her humored hcr urged lieltwmttho rails ahead ht wondered superemidemit carlilowfrom time east He would wager thln twentyeenow A star suddenly hove In sight on thehorizon steadilmrgera Nearerdalong eastbound cks For a brief moment It shoneInzzlln WlIltDonolllfigurethetheIlltschsleepers thesharper lijrhts on the rear end It was scheddo mills ad The Limited was live minutes She vmld shortiletit the hwus black with tliredt ng clouds Even then as the en eer thrust his hand out in the night thltprcsngeheasharp for Inja moment the tracks would betippings the train swept round a curye oftningroar and crash Of thlinder and the eivas upon them driving resistless steadily ftom thcenst They were aheadthe l BirdShot tFiir r Tiger witgbirdsttiger anraiidits awfully risky fbryciu ger8among ygdestroysgit with ordinaryfood and medr icihe Thats only birdshot It stilladvancesi Good heavy charges of Scotts Emulsion will stop the advance The disease feels that Scotts Emulsion makes the body strong to resist It soothes and toughens the lungs and stistairis the strength until the disease wears itself out Send for free sample SCOTT DQWNE Chemists Pearl St NY- 34itaUdrugists Donohue recueiuOenug tne woraa or the yardmaster rose to shut oil some steam They skimmed over a bridge and win felt it sway beneath them By the lightning he bad caught a IgUn1PsQ of swirling waters and rtah1z In another live minutes that bridge would be down WOre t iere others lkeU ills fireman toiiched his arm Ior Gods sake he bout ds1iut Oft Bill Wavorly trestles Just a mile almond and hcWen knows whether Plies there yet D nohue nodded anti turned to shove tLe trottie In It would not baidge He took Ijoth hands to the task mind failed Again and again lie threw his whole weight on It Suddenly It went home alid he fell to the floor of the cab In mi instant 1m Was oil his feet sad a lash of lightning showed time trestle hanging 1w mIdtIr seine dls tance ahead They were running nine pushJenginettostopIOn the Instant that Donohue rose from his fall the brntes flew to the steelIand from every wheel on the train With a struggle the engineer reversed the engine She shuddered as if In the clutch of death she reared and shook toJlowqr The brakes gripped time burn- S wheel treads with a grasp of Iron s she ground along her flanges some how mounted the steel and with a struggle a hist terrible leap she tore herself loose from thcrest of tho train and plunged over the embankment McDonald had Jumped long ago but Will With a cry he felt the engine that had won lila heart from the start his love of a singlQ night crash off the ties He reached for the throttle and grasped It When they found him buried buiicntli the ruins of his engine lie still clutched the choker in his lifeless hands He had gone s gased death with 950 but the train COldI Jlivklusr nelen pnblem Go John Habberton the nutiior Of lid sms Babies said to his publisher when the novel was about rsady to appear If you want to save the cost of a reat deal of ndvertfslug just give me 00 copies pf this book and Ill guar antee tp dhtributi thaw so that well have a success without a cents worth of advertising being needed The publisher a little rejuctantly took Mr llabborion at his word Tim author thereupon made a list of nil the Important bookstores In the United States nndfound out time name of the head of the department of tIc ea In each store Now the heads of ll book departments are all fiends in the collection of autograph first dl- UOJ1stl1nt is with tho authors signa tUrl upop the imprint There Is scarce ly un exception to this rule Mr Hab bertou being wise in all that concerns Iwokstorcs accordingly sent to each hcsid it copy of Hplcns Babies that contalninl nqt only his autograph but pleasant letter also that expatiated on merit of the work The beads 1WCI Iitihitl They Instructed their and tieswomen in the bock t ittoiiJa gASlOtHH gctablelrcpacationforAs slinilaling hcFoodandBeguIa ting the Sloinacbs aitdBavrels of sv1sTffsDt4pr- omotcsDigesticnCherfuF ness and HestContains neither OpiunxMorphine nor Mineral stJ IfrJmiar d t 11fnrrr IJJ Ape cl Remedy forConstipaj Ron Spur StomachDiarrhoca WormsConvulsionsFcverishy ness and Loss O SLEEP Fae simi Sighalurcjpr NEW YORK b iiioniLs olj j5Dosts EXACt COPy OF WRAPPER 4- aJ l 7 w J i I ij iil Iijtili Iiftij I MliQi L We 1I t tf w i BuyBues rE2i J 7 c i t a i 4r l liL1 L F raf1f 5 1 J1nVubiL Ifijij j biesj and make a be ready for i a fSEEDING TIME j t 1fNI jS You must is at hand and t r P g we have grass seeds of iJl kinds V tik ic a M Seed tqa tt 1ti1 SPRINGF1LDPXY- 4Em m If M ftM odoI1Dyspepsia Digests wh tyou eat This preparation contalu all of Ue digestants and digests all kInds et tood It gives fails to cure It allowayou tot all the food you wan The most sen ltiTe aanythOusandscured after everything else failed Itprevents formation ofgas on the sto ach relieving all distress after eatIng Dieting unnecessary Pleasant to take lt aHilMfiIrat to y M g wl Prej1are4 only 1iIyE ODJCWITl OUcmn The uboWs cqrttalu Ii T1eik ii depart JJito boom Helens Babef to recommend It to every hesitating customer And thus the book ucceeaV ed though It would have succeeded anyway upon Its merit Philadelphia Record 0 Porsot Their Sorrew In tile autobiography The Making of an American Jacob A Rlls tells an amusing story of a visit he once made to the house orl three sisters whose broiherhadbeen drowned It was a very hot July day and tg I had putt a cabbage lent In my hat On the way over I forgot all abut It and the leaf getting limp settled down snugly on my head like a ridiculousgreen skull wnlyhol1yentrance hatless bad upon the weep lag family The young ladles ceased crying stared wildly and then to my utter bewilderment broke Intti hyster tJtI y afterward time thought of It had mint effect upon me that the cab bage leaf produced so unexpectedly in that grief stricken home The Kapkla tbewrit1InbSwhomlluchcookbook which Its branches of information In many directions Is nesponslble for following AlwiY8I ffoi your napkin to your dress dinner that It may not fall under the telble It may be pinned so that the PIn cannot be seen n1WJdrooms each A servfet e apron rblch he or she hnaforgottento unpin Ncv York Times Didnt Vouch For Them Htnieir Unvu you got anything that will cure rheumatism inquired the cue tturner Wbyeraald the dniggiat limp ing along behind the counter toward time medicine we hnVe8CV eral erremediesthflt are hjghlyer recommended for rheiimatl8mH3nl caco Tribune CASTO RIA Fe r Infants and Children r The Kind You Have Always B orI1Iu Ii us Over Thirty Years CA TIRIA THeuTAu oi 5i5 yad 1 n ifll we can tWorJ Bfllhi mS t close figures Our hciuSeiiflo tfifullof some of the latest and nobi lTehjcles OIQ Ally Style dfaayrkpdiltt JsCall selection and Spring iif air remember near fjt Ic make Specialty Northern Oai l TioMpsoNGEEN1 kr Cure InstantjellefandneTM guardngulnsfsunstroke extends wearing shelfes Bough For aP i4i p 1 IInZurce I ReTerfed fg i SOUTHERN MUTUAL jlf 1 Iinvestment Comiin iJir r I 01T Lexington Ky riari r ta i tib t fi4 ib J x GWMcELR6y ttf j t t P t m AGENT Springfield Eyr cf tUJ4 tL Y CEMENT tft 1 i i ry 1 iI At Lowestprtces r J l t b ft tj ROUGH LUMBERS r f t f f DRESSEDLUMBIEJ- SASH and DOOR- SLATHandSHItGLI J i j CONTRACTING 1f the byilding line at birII wMtAi5ytingin I1d FIBLJ LUMBER COs YardSf t CALL m GET PRIC J t f it t jJ =n iriowti rNGlAQ It Vi Lad rortie7tot1 isSVbo Iatrclucad It It was Lady Mary Wortley lijontapu Who first Introduced inoculation for smallpor la ZiisiiL TThlls rcsldlrr t In Belgrade in i717 abc saw tjic Turk IpractIeeengrnttagIt ta produce a mild form of smallpox sod stay its ravages She xamIn the process and being convinced of It efficacy applied t to heir threeyearold K soiw On berr rnto England shej intrOduced It InIdthi At that tim itll It wits computed t t one person lIn ev err seven lledotllfronUpox Yettt she was opposed ye entire medicaJ faculty By order or government an experiment vrap made upon live per j t1iandfItBut Instead of Lady Mary being ae knowledged as a public 6enefactir 1I IDostre1lentle8SbOsWltYT on thOawtelhnty of seek lnjr to take events out of the hjinds of Providence The common people jyerc urged to hoot her as an u nnaturalt motli tr who had risked the lives of her own children However the Princess of 1stoOtberprevailed It was about the year 1752 that Lady Montagu was honored by a monument erected to commemoratu Englands gratitude to her tor lnro dlicluR Inoculation Pr Edward Jenner substituted C9WI pox Inoculation in 1709 Ho lived to be rewOrded by parliament by grant 10000 and lateby a aeoudgramlt of 20000 awl In ISaS a statue was erected to him in London Only a tim credit was vouchsafed to Lady Mat 5 Wortley Montaxfi who brreali time pei1 sccutipn without nay of the pecuniary reward she was oiititlrd to and by uo meAns a fair slmtv of the glory r PRETTY DISTRUSTFUL Jj I A Ciwe Where SHopteion Carried Too Par IIIhDeor r 4I told thi post uniBter of the foot of the CuiaborJand mpuntans frltllJnonsthesti f t hills said a ptftiotcr who roauw nil over the country niid aslffd bImlif couldnt gjvesmp a writing of somwuo tj that with would be isafe conduct la cast rIjq met noonshiRrrs VYesj I could write onethrnjr h Im afeared it would dbtpp gooil he replied They might ireai tthe lettpr and know 1 wrote it but thy4ittli jra plcloog It gnntndaia of wbatP Sc- Sttt1v pi Theyd be so SUKlItCp tjpUiH4i frprobably draw you up tip a lImb wltk f t trope around row ueckka41 l tTP l bangfora intuit JVeavThen theyM let M knlhi 1 e j here 1 was all right MI14 ttMJT Im steamed tt rf15yg1Sstill bei ausplcfoM kM7t M 11ICSUsplsl ufotwMt1 J1t tu Jat Suspicious that yewse a reirefeeo man Then theyd draw ywi i 1ItISand It might be two mlaftiliiit tiwy letl you down this meltTw amilie Jws4 a party toagtimeto l k1ck1ia4 Mchoking d i IHBut they ypBlcl iIally ktA 1frask 7 rt liftlr n 1 IYes I reckon sL And ti cHvfrevenue l RJlf V V Yes they aitbt ltthat Iwftijiiit end t TheyUsUU H aiipkise a w Ofwhatr 4Tb5t3O5 was a br iw4 tae fiw beta iip thar at alt aa tfckjtliiiHf theyd pull yotiaM l tin fur the best part at a ak ettroltFre Press r A Relay DT Ja J t rIB the houses Ute utroots aMthp gardens the place a f pvMii everywhere In JapaJc Mli thaOthe alhpervdIagieeat e Afabeauty A raiay 4ay yt rapam ki jie M Jn Loadoa a dayX gIe aadheeeiEiit but a day of abM4 1tte faMfMtfmf Wbataiysctac1oait tMM lonely ifew pap r piii aviiiiiB Wl4cIJiC tk aaelvem bIIS4i twfiii1Al 1 1t bi41f1i3- 1dueLH jt1t1r1I tOIiIr bj- U ctlec Meps A J 1 PrE IU i- matarbo u PtuI4iS IBI ttMcWr kM w tGUw puas jujttt fir IIJUSIm 1 tPatrkk Hew afcoot tsI1M JIiOtMn sslt Tss t t Ij rwJMA I kqt a W7 1MI t y IlL I i asWit If tw we Jo ItL t fiI tali ittOIMpeI IIaa Ia for t I r ilwoct t a e w1i aaaa V1r YWt wst JIyt att tY await 1r1 7 = Jal1rYs aa iiiat IivCkioaso XiwL iJTfr lJ 7w A = 7 s f r 1 iwf T IJwJ j t 1Rr 1 UlT Olt OAfl StJT tI i E tfD j1 Urr1 tt T t f 8 kIJimag ts JI 1IP GjfE ttn 1t l I Work ScU3 qPc1mss k7T4 i1I iHO ik HORfl flo STi j Ji Ml HIJ if f 1t it-t i A i t 4 r it GP1LDXT tr H AMJ3ONIl11 kf tJ cIo1 Y Mit1PWFIELD I g 1SIO KYp1 1sq CYDr brtsJ cri Mf Bik Omchors fl2 pam W p 11 ttRI CfdJi A1i1JORNIV 1f i it I MFRINQI1d tjf 1iie minnt- e t Trl3 tt dWadder S it ne JiIIJp IzThi4Ma disease prevMlin lIR 4aCOJa y most ttngcrous because twa Muy ud4eB iteaths are sobitJMart pneumonlah art failure yIVIMddneYP9lsOri d od will attack tkcj taiiMfwsj r the BdSeys themselves krwtt doni and vaste away cell by cell torlcknesr ot ihe blood e albumen = i 1N iwl the sufferer has BrigMl iethe worst form of kidney trouble KUm SwapRoot the new c ytath true specific for kidney bladderr sLI nary troubles It has cured thousandsPonr r fly4hepseceei elf eitffreeJtyIt ant its wonderfuTjCurAsV Addres Dr llbn It Co Bgh tQnN ai n thlpapsrc h c rL 1 ISheritIss ISle ES r rA 4 jaB taxeduetAStateof K6 the county of Wash lflgbIeUBwitloer for sale at the Cor5tbeBedporin8priDgfleldonMfoNDAY Atmo t 1 ocloem1qiIO1iuwthg f property or so rnuohthereof us will eatlpJythe amountoft X1and costa tomotf o i Pop Ben belfa taxes for years lt 1vthM4W5 l Pope Binas taxes toifiyetita 1900 a lUOl IncludIcpsts ftli 65 i IJrpJlt 1iG rOjI ij U e V4 t ItlibriiO ByJr 6997 t tR t pJJf sT1t ED Tbls well known and finely bred horta wjilUawke the eaOndf 1902 at iy st biwiear Winiabnrg IIAClZlD IJSIlr6aLlvingColt I Mambrino BOYtJtIsire of Voo 21218 alBI blaokTdstands fuji hands high grand looking ataillon and cdrtafrily ohe oVthe liandfomeat horses 01b18aJJrjrfJ1it h4wW got tr5ttera and producers hip past roe WJrth4w iSJDg the bloodI 0ft grcMambjno Patchen Clay HablOiIl ts Iliithorougbbredm- aktsCa4W5r114 t iilon of erform Lretl lie Is by Ogilrl i Teicwcc 1te damle b- iuirijfliithe uarepeh tbequal of hi IIOltrloitbi WJ11 Jt Ij34 JrY 44lY t jDJ Jif Mr1eS h b J90 t Z= j = Errit andtOrnimental Aces Grape ViK iBal4lirQitf Aspjir agus aDd deverjthiHgi Gar4ea Vl e eltdlrectatrifht prices to tiMjli tejrt nd have no a ente- StrawVwty sM general catalogue ipfiUeatlGNB iQ L F H1LENMFY r Lexington KT rlji 5 I rllt fhj iinWtNW JWdroWfi LocalI ftnji fnliiiiT Interest iT Tksjrsjst dYiftteSt i L I boit7ti j =n d8 ri Jt A qtfftfn e lf 7 t M IIr lt ImpI jhhe iOThompSon 11DP gjsnuHe OlivaY ned 1kre- pIiri t 1t tfrrifeWas tenant on my farm aa i t GHXS D Nfx D m I 11W 4tfave aiiOd of COV pea iJQ sate in any quantity GREEZr tiIfforiJdIdig trbe1is1cI 1 at i Curxj Tapgrcy feSio L stof M rFr Mrsp J ay med iidatern- uionia h rt t1 Erdjt t to1J 1tt sorghurn seIorl ttIf tIJ ii iR A THoMso 4jiecericksthwir qP r4- athci I ttl Presbyt F tldinner fh l d Bveonije Count1h 28 A goo- dinnefr i25 cents li c 1i H iThIj ftii gisoho firtr- sipix of thets ao11Sunda3 froIIlJSpri l 4lisicdrt4 it tthuquariiny dlo on the ImRrLretr w I qrry2Papp- c i UisVi1 iihigt Tt1tii150wH 6iindsse11iiiat72O- 1igIt r shipping 12bRU5 500 is ii19S SOto 320 S625 tt sD ney Ofought b lotjolfath from MDurs9 t unch frotIfHI tilfwhich1 were shipped in tEJ1ad Price 65 pe hu1i r rit two mile from town on the Mack ule Turnpikei a yearling fife weighingV7 f about 350 pounds Reward forS her return tp i of I 1ft 6 M 1 DmU 1 The funeral of Fattier De Frame who died at St Cathert mes nfMonciay took place Wed nomW tToseph s church at Lebanon where he was pastor f for a number of years Hnry Jeiit Was a4iesteJi t BooIilils coutIty ttiVdi dn wafraritt serifc over from Lebanon w4erehe was wtvpted fora breach of the peace TheV t farrest was mtae by Deputy Y SherifERrHvMuiican V fj FOR sALEJ OnethorougKbred Shortiprrii BuKl yearsold blood rea in color an extra W ivid lll r a e late John Simmsi This hull isl fond aid ig6ntlert andk is not oglhsi or yif NWs ffr J KwALS C+ was reeiyehere the gther day from VjjUj MpElroy who has been living JVilliams Arizona rome time telling of a nTisfortune thdthad iielallen Iin the burning tif hig hbiise I which with contents was totally destroyed i The Barlpw Wilson Minstrel Cpitfpany whic rwarftbpoked toap pear at the Opera Thusehere on Aprir23d will not slibw up The company wept to v pieces at Murfreesber9ugh Tern after the cashier and manager iiad skipped with thet funds Measles is1 quite prevalent among the childrenpf the town lana is pf danger qs iprm being generally followed upoy pneto monia The little d iiglero- 1MrT Wa Sirams Jff iijilife iow witi the diiease n4s alsb 6f heilaughterrrII 11 tjiMiss Margjjrtjt ivlcChprd the daughter of Mjnd Mr OQ McGhord has the distinction pf felling one of the largest hogs at the highest marl tprice of jtfie seasons Thompson l in2feyj CoM bought of her last wpekia porker tb tipped thefieam a at Q pounds and Betted the onet3ienefijsumoft25 60 Spiompn TDiiticafl wha was flj rested here about six jnpnthagp and taken to Louisville tp an swer tie charge pf jaurder c mJ1 nritted abdutihreeyelr agb has returned tp this place a Iree man After having two trials l 4 I I flIfim thiii1iu1tedji- frt iin a hung j his case was finaUJj dis missed N I ReW iM Stallthgs has ac- cpfed cii to the astbrate of hoBapfl t chufch at the Forks 61 D xslJernqarrard cpunty Mrtl1ngs will move to his new worka out May 1st taking his family tth him Ife has re signed his other charges much f tp jbe tregret pf the members of he seia1i congregations aith- vhouihewasagnertlfayorite t t Announcement is made of theh IIrplace to Jjjiss Jennie Walker WJlinjPttTpf eingtQiUr 3he wedding will take palace on the 122i4 t the 1on thbde in j gtlb Mtr thelmarriage hd bridaleiuple will stop vr- lher tc tt1yii1tO ilr Vances lI9 oJerMr53anes before Ohiorme Van being engaged inbusin Skitt a laie tois Tlie Ohttes J 0 Vaights Comt edy CP bpediiveeks engage menfcat the Opera flpuse here on- Mondayxgit to a large audience The piaypresentedMpnday evehningvras ffalEeidsi Roanoke nawhil Jt was well received lieotbe a jn t4iexepertpire given Iatefl seemed to take bettefr The cpmp by is afi Qxceptipnally good pn and nuinberssomery people Miss Lilian uckewodqmes the eadingt sWabyf8upported and there nPtttweak UItbe thiP the douipany1he speciatiesa tweenthe a ts fprm apleasing eature ateach petfprnaancend hose members wlip take cyepf iat part pfi the nteitainrnent Jare real artist s In their line t tthe show should draw crowded aipuses for thebalance of the certainlykematinees Tnursday and Satur- syifternon ahootingOliver Gribbens btictbadiyv- oundedT Hardjn at Mqotes fill Saturday jJotlvare young men and well known The parv icular oft1l tiqlir aste learn hem are aboutas follows Har in and some Pth iS young men rom BloOmfi lwere uRtP fppresville Saturday t night jHardin and Gribbens became In rplved iji a difficulty iin which JGribbejis drew bis pistill and fired the ball11 passing Through Hardins Jose and cam outff hrpugh hirig14tcheek Theff wpund4B npt dangerous but arils face will be disfigured l iprle andhewillprobablyj jlbse the sight 0fone yeNo orIi ests haye ee ffi31tEi to 41 Doctors Meet The 1gurquarterly netlDg pf the Brashear Medical Society was held here on last Tjiesday t and besides the local physicians the following attended J J Wakefieid and S B Grumes Bloomfield Wiley Rogers W E Shepperd and Williains of Shepherdsville J L Pope Ed 6mithH D Rpdman Bards tbwnajia Ji N Shaunty and G MShaunty pf Frederickstpwn The meeting wrs presided over by President W E Sheperdand J Dr Wiley Rogt rs acted as Sec retary 1Interesting papers were read oyPr Wakefieid Pope Shaunty RbBards Rogers ad others and a general discussion in which all of the niemberstookl- partandexchanged iideas fol- lowedl The meeting udjourned to meet agiin at Taylorsville on thesecondiTuestlay in July This society wji organized by a few Bardstown physicians of whom Dr A G Blinco was the prime mover At the beginning itwas a county society but later the physicians of Spencer and Washington counties wee ad mitted and the spciety was given the name of TriCpunty Society After a while however the name of thespciety upon motion of Dr Blihcoe was changed tp the nan of Brashear Medical Society in honor of JDn Brashear former resident pf Bardstpwn and pne of the grtestsurgeomL pf his time jsurg on to successfully ampu tate at tfiejhip joini Most ypnqfctfi with female weakness sUffer dre dfuUyfrora piles in addltlou to their other pains They may cttretby usitiTablers Buckeye Pile Ointment Price 25 and cents in bottles j tubes 75 cents Hayaon and Robertson I c= 8C1ENTlflf T I 1t1t1t 1EIRBCNALMl- ieEddle It- Shsder wasih Bardetown last week hss 1jnon 1IMiss May fiodine of Maud is the ueat of Mlsg Sadie Mayes this week Mr I H Thurman wife and family ave returned from Hendersonville 6 Messrs W PHcys and A B Hundjey of Bloomfield were here yesterday Miss Della Campbell has gone to Indianapolis fpra visit to relatives and friends Mrs Cecella Barber of Bardstown ere this week visIting the family her on Mr John R Barber Mr EdwinWood pf Bardatown has accepted a position with he Wood Robertson Drug Co of this place Mr W B Spears will leave to morrow Texas attend 11thereunlo1Mr and Mrs William Curry of Louisville were here the first of theaweek at the home of S B Thompson i Mr FInl6y Scrjiggs pf Chicago who as been in New Mexico for someC someTtime for his health has Joined family bere Mr and Mrs Sidney Green and Miss inn Kimberlin leave Friday for Dallas and other points in Texas to visit relatives t Miss AnnioD Grandy basret rued home after an extended ylait to rJIlfin Louisville Mr Oscar Shirley and Miss Anda of Tatbam Springs visited t the home of Mrs Amanda Foater he first of theweekaMr C Brdnt Roberta came in Mon day tram Eminence where he bastl been for some time connected with tbeQ nstituUonalJstt4 pCMcElroy returned Saturday from Doc tripto JKangag City Chicago and other poInts ilathe west Cdunty Clerk W F Booker was shaking hands with his friends oh the fltreftq Tuesday after being confined t home for several weeks Osteopathy in Springfield Dr Charles Moore the Osteot pathic physician of Lebanon will isit Springfield three days hiI each week Monday Wednesday and Fri ay beginning Monday April 14 He will have his office at the Cleaver House and office hours from 2 oclock till 5 p m No charge for examination and Consultation at office References W C Courts Lebanon Col J B Carlisle Mr W R Spaldmg Mr Joe Shreve S T Spalding Esq Father Hogarty Mr John Brewer Mr Jim Phil- ips Mr A F Carter County Clerk C C Cambron and R C lnrksonI Early in the morn of Tuesday I Mar h18i 1902 their departed this life a noble man in the 74th year of ihis age J By the purityof his life and his devotion to its duties he has written his own and better epitaph on the scrolls of eternity Through all earths trials he lung with godlike faith to the Christians promised reward and died with unmeasured confidence of a home in heaven How peaceful how calm how like a sweet dream was his repose in r the hour of death His spirit released its hold on life as gently as the breezes touch the spring roses and like a summers cloud floated silently away in the dim distance and was seen no more He expressed not his willingness but his desire to die ands id in his last hours I am called He was a true and devoted huband and 0 how anJisserved for no mere mortall hand to write the language of a fathers heart It stoke to them in infancy in early youth in mature manhood and woman hood and as the years are rollinV on it will speak to then in old age as eloquently as the Liver Pills Thats what you need some thing to cure yolirbilious ness and give you a good digestion Ayers Pills lire liver pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative xinSto F Want your raouiUciie or beard b nuinJ I brown or rich black Then uii BUCKINGHAMS DYE tqh trerS en In tuu 80 It starsGods sentinels in the sky that keep suet watch o6rhis grave oI i Farewell 0 dear father and riend farewell until it shall be appointed for you to come b ckI and leadyour familvahd friends from out of lifes sorrows across ttiemysteriou8 line between this and a better and A FRIEND SFiadcrs Specials Fresh Cakes twice a wek Try our Jelly Squares cup cakes and coffee cakes Fishing poles 5 and 10 cents Lines Reels Hooks Seins and twine for seins Fresh fish every Friday Seed Potatoes at reduced prices i JOSEPH A SHADER BalditownCourltD y Capt Lee Bridwell reports the following sales of live stock yes- erday Five calves at 2tl9 eflcattle at 2750 one pair of hbr emules 231 fifteen sheep t 375 fourteen cattle at 3460 twelve cattle at2650 fifteen attle at 2550 one horse a 54 lwe were several bunch s of cattle offered for sale but were withdrawn Also a number nf horses were withdrawn Capt Bridweli says that there were more cattle otTerea for sale in Bardstown yesterday than on County court day since bean remember Record while wfos Doctors re studying the bacillus of consum ptiqn Thoughtful l lEymeu realize hat a bad cold accompanied by tight ness acrcss the chest and ccuhing is oo serious a matter for delay or ex ericient They also realize that- AUensLungBalm cures a ccmmon old in a day or two Obstinate cases take mere time of courseITobacco Ruling John W ierkes Internal Revenue Commissioner holds that farmers and growers are privileged to Sell leaf tobacco 0- 1heir own growth and raising and that received from tenants as rent an3 in its natural con ditions without restriction The LOth tT1h J ttn flhKn I Nasal CATARRHIn IJS bII BM deanset soothes aadUeala Itbodiseased1cmbranC a cold in too head quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreIdS over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is lm niedUte ends curefoflowe It ta not sot ptodnco sneezing large Size cents atDrng gists or by null Trial Size ccnts TBEOTHERS street New Tort decision provides however that the farmer must sell his tobacco In the condition Inwhich It was cured on the farm and pantiot stem twisft plait or roll sweetent orotberwise manipulate f1t for sale to consumers P peisbtr can bejawfullv employed by a farmer as his agent to sell and deli very his tobacco to consumers Cattle SoldI Saturday afternoon Messrs Arnold Co sold to K rlHil lary Bell 223 cattle pow pn slop at the Tom Moore di till ry at 560 straight The cattle will be delivered rt the distillery on Tuesday morning April 22 This is an extra fine bunch of cattle with but few roughs or thin cattle in this yen The sale considered a good one and the feeders Messrs Arnold Co tire scry well satisfied with iit Record Crafty Master Fox A fox was one day seen coming but of a plloof stones near the waterside He hid in the heather for awhile and then pushed out something on the water which proved to be a bunch of moss The wind took it into the middle of the lake and blew itpast sonje ducks sitting on the surface Having watched his venture for perhaps ten minutes with apparent satis faction and observed that it neared the ducks without arousing their suspi cions our friend beganto colleqt anoth er and larger bunch of moss wblckhe allowed to float in the same direction but this time he swam behind it tak leg care to show only his eyes and nose above water Just as it was passing the group of ducks he made a sudden dive pulled down a bird and swam back to shore under water Arrived there he car ned the duck to the pile of stones Where his wife and daughter were no doubt waiting to enjoy the fruits of his labors Fortyflve Years of Sport Mine tinder the Sea There are in England several coal and metalliferous mines which extend and are worked at a considerable dig tance out to sea but perhaps the most remarkable submarine coal mine Is that at Nanalmo on Departure bay beyond Victoria B 41 This mine IS known as the Wellington and its galtleries are situated feet below the surface of the ocean which here la closes an archipelago of ISln dtfery similar to the Thousand islands the Lead ot the St Lawrence rlierw The galleries of this pit which are contin ually developing extend at present a length of six miles under the bottom of the waters of the Pacific ocean i rn rn TJ TJ i17 rWi htTh a S E CLEMENTS IJ f the to about Upholstering Is man see and repairing Furniture AwningsIIfor Doors and windowsY1 put up Also- SCREENI DOORS and wINDOWS j Make a specialty of taking measure ments furnishing and hanging odd m size shades Keep on hand samples tg Headquarters at present J Y a Furniture Store iiW iW MayesII The Spring Of 11902 With the finest and most com nlatE assortment t of Stylish and 1pto ute Dry Ggods and Clothing We desire to especially call your attention1 to j our t line of DRESS Goons Which we have been especially carefolin selecting and which we consider a Spring stock that for variety and beauty ot design has never been surpassed in Springfield We j only ask that the ladies call and see for themselvesI To OurMen Friends We desire simply Upstate that we are pre pared to PIT YOU OUT in the very latest styles in Clothing Shoes Hats and other mens wear Our stock is fresh and strictlyI uptodate in every respect We wishto impress on the minds otall our customers that they are guaranteed to sfet GOOD VALUESi IIn every Department And when you buy from us it means that will get a dollars vprth fur every dollar YCujjspend and that means mucb Weare always readyto show goods We Give Rebate Stamps v Grundy Claybrooke Mctattfe SPRING PJflCLJDrlKT I W w w w I Palis Paints Palnts1 f J I J tf I I- IIi WOR ERTgONDRUGt O Ot E I PrescriptiOns Carefully 1fiil 1 t ic night or dtyby t III i I Registeredt DruggiststS t E i frrw3i IPHOHESS PHONE 36 PROBE 52f ttir t a 1 rr If f m Mm m f t e tJ41 loc iSSpringfield Carilage SignWurij l LGSSOHWEMBERGER Pfopr i 2ff t in in tp JT 1 to a i i The 1 most have ar Than you c Pine garriigerlfi f Sign g i tii t arid W I t to order 8AtlSFACTIOH Sr 51 1tlif AttheOldCaseyShPi IA tWee Invite Toir Inspection e I Ofour elegant Stock of NEW QOODS t Spring Dress Goods IIall the now shades Whie Goods all the new weaves Waist Goods Silks Silk Gingharns and Mercerized00 w Effects f 1 f We arenW pre pared show complete stock of i LOTHINH largest and 1 attractive we ever shown and LOWER IN PHP iU- lfnde1sewhr Ii w S it is j In are led V Ca1f AC on all to th j I g to ri We f l you and pf l i 3 I j J TO A IN ON PA Y Tab eta All druggistavefund the to cure U W J box 25c UPlilt Jt UI Carriage trim iiffming repairing done GUARANTEED Madras Just opened out alarge Stock of IR G CORSETSThe White l Pink She pee 1 t Dont fail to visit our Wall Pjper Carpet Lace Curiain and Rug Depart ment now mor complete than ever befor Shoes We showing Vici Kid Patent Calf Patent Kid elourj Calf Box made last frdni the plainest most extreme Call and examtoe them We Guarantee Suit yoii still extend a special iQyitationtocsp buy Always giving special cash prices Thanking for past favors solicitinga continuation yotifpAtronatf ourF Truly tLCllllllillghaffl ft Duncan CURE OLD Take Laxative Bromo Quinine 19ney- Jjifit b1lst GreVets sienatur Isoneach aid fJj cIrIJ L 1h1tes CreaVenIfuesiQiO effttalIy tr WJtIo Ja crefestht aprtt a4 a5ashuiisU5Oui and transfoaHd a rnu ilut ttone ofrobuat hea3tts Price 2s Ce- IBaydonRObert0e J I 1 I W SlligD OApril1t1D02 itT ieporJsacontaiiiing decid i edly sensational matters werethis week submitted to the fenate r4 eoinraittee on the Philllpine iand V6 the House respectivly1 by Sec fetaRy Root The report sent to ljha PhiUtpine corhtmtteQ was r thatcf the civil goyecnor of the r pravitice of Tayabas Which tig tired n the recently made public t correspondence between General Miles and tbeSecretarv of War anclwbjghcont ins many ugly charges against the s ilitary ad ministration the pfovincetinfl In other portions of the Philjipi ties f This report was sent to the cointqititeei in confidence Secreb tarf ootfaccfaanin it with t acQmrnqnicatibn expressing the iOp1DI0nrthnt it should not be 4 mdepublic because it had not been endorse by Gov Taft df the the Phtllipine commission andbec tse Gen Chaffee 1who ordered to ma e athorough rifinvestigation off the charge when they were fcrsb made lad b Dot traf rrtnrlo a rAnnrh It is proin babl that when Gsnv Chaffs report is receidthewbole busi ness wil be made public TheOther sensational report was sent by Secretary Root toth theHobsei in to a re iRjoluti6vCGntvlns reports made by army t 6ffleers who investigated theta army transport service of the Pacific Those reports show Th that foretime there wa much wastefQlness anS extravagance on5 the pars of aSenits of thee War- i Department charged with theibf bI vessels and fit toS+ 1 ting emupfor use as army tratsports but Hecretarj Roots claimsthat itwas discovered andt stjped by hIm Thisentire- report will be printed as a pubp liedocumerit and the political opponantjs ofthe admitistration r TOiffonianhrHrinS of ir if not Stll ofitjare widely circulated as 51the are claiming that i proves it truth of the chaq esQCexIf trayagence arid wastefulness inisj 11th transport service WhiChv havoVfrom time to time beEsmade ever since the beginningIni iot the war with Spainrflls re- D port is likely to be1 bone of conT ten tion I among the political stuui- speakrsin this years Congress iond licampagri J j Mr J JJ Mouteath who hasll 7 cbsirkeof the Biackfeet Ibdian reservation iin uorthevn Montana ani1s now in Washington on business does not regard thefuI tuiootthoseinaians as vls asiiig He aid The BlackfeeV willJJ soon dissappear Atone ume IthcJrtservaUOfl contained nearly 7OQ India JNow therp niA cnly lQQf H the Indians onJ th tleseri ions continue tqde f crVase as rapidly as they have in tI thipast Cjjter jo u ccutury theprtiinmett will soon have butcW w 4 ds to care for Re fte has no charm for 1serivattOi clnss Indians and + r l s redmen are dying off 1lliiinlerh3inglingwith thhvIi sgrrapidly tha they will soqybe arrce of tIie paSTheHoUand Submarine Tor pedo Boat fiojnpnny like mahj1 5otheIs who have tried to make Ioo large a profitln dealing with ynct snip fihds tself shut out of any new government uvrkl xp lttold the Rouse Naval ii tlIwhich the Holland Company charged the governmentTSl70OpQ 1 roHowAboutro Feel your pulse a few minutes i 4 4 Isftrcgu1arAreyoushortof rl bcath tJtel slight exertion yC as gohup stairs sweeping 14 ukinJetc Do you have 1in in lleft orISIng sensations fainting or smothering spells inability toalit on left side If you have tanyyoulcrti heanaMi1e effrtcurell 1 YJihoseCeCCnr seriouslytt leftHQulder1udsi i IJJadoo titent relief Ijj iDruggistsi ness Oil It et the dzap 4 OaLigt5i wears HartaesOil Sold tvcry bm In ftS Standard Company could be built int navy yar s fcr 60000 and the committee de dedprornptly that the naval appropriation bill for fHu comingjj proisiol oats TtoPost office appropriation billi reported to the Senate thjst week contains several impor tant amendments One qf them givesi special agents rouie In sp ectors add carriers jp the rurjaifi ee delivery service the ght to administer oaths Car riers under its provisions will e allowed td administer oaths the execution of pension vouchers using their cancelled stamp in Ueu of a seal Senatcrs surprised many bye weak fight they put up fore Senate amendment except g the tax on bucket shops from the repeal df all the inter nal war tax s It is quite cer that no form of gambling doesmorehafm or greater harm- an that practiseji in bucket shops Consequently it is re that the tax on them frettablei 3 regarded as prohibit iveshouldnot have been allowed stand The country can pre pare for a large increase in- bucket shops after July Ii when the lepealwifl go into effect The House bill providing a ermanent form of government for the Phillipines was thi week entt ted from committee It differs from the Senate bill Th several respects the most impor nt of which is that it provides forthe goldstandard sin tttye lands vhile the Senate bill pro ides for the continuance of the lver standard JUnd the coinage unlimifd quantities ofan American Filipino silver dollar he House bill contains a clause toeffectofficially state that peace is estab shed throughout the island Worth Its weight In Gold sar Sufferers from catarrh of Elys Cream Balm A trial size costs ten ceiits Full size cents Sold by druggists everywhere or mailed by ply pros 56 Warren St NY 135 Mill St Lexington Ky Mrs Ely Bros After giving j our Cream Bairn a rial I ran tnly say L can trulrsay I Joel benefited by its and shall coutiutie to use it by fpurchasinjji from our druggists lick Mrs W B Daniel A N1TlF1t1J iiJJ3wayj S CrIed oIbul til the ofj 0 Ornr FninicJn Gvpi which dred dociorsjind ll emies foryears Tmu CIJrdhimfturn Bruise ur orns- calds SLUErJUnIIO s aid Piies 25c ut Ha dcMi R urtson1s ugstlIe r Reduced Rat elssfo the cst- Oonrnenciug March 1st and Jail thoreaft r unil April 30ib 1902 tuekctinsiiajfnCtai tiy will sell ruieis tfch jrs trot MOft1Ua11Idaho British Columbia at greatly u hdOIJImtIlHi Wi hear In mind near in mind that Perry Daxis Pain kilter1 is just as gO dr internal as for external troubles It will stop the agonizing cramps iu the bowels whih follows exposure to wet and cold when taken internally and will cure strains brniseo and sprains when ap pliedcxterually It should be admin istered in warm water slightly swc t oned There is but ont Painkiller Perry Davis x Salesmprt Wanted Ii am in need of a few reliably enereretic meu t ct as my assjs cants for hd saleof nursery stoclr Pr vidus experience Tibt necessary il Ljjiveacttivewages For terms address gtv ing full name age and reference WVYC GRANT Columbia Tenn lrc tops The Cou h aad works oir Ike Void laxative BromoQuinine Tablets curt PayPrice MARCO POLOS BOOK It Gave Coltxmbnn the ICon For TUs q VoyaBo of Dlscorcry Met1int EnrSMfcne but very lit tie ot crtstcrn nndifrJlijfl JrtflpB j nogrntt nojiorfet j 4coastrlously taught that eaStern Asla ras land of Va t swanijis Inhabited by mon IIsteP spri nls and dragosjs This the QpTnloii that still yrcvnllca up to within 200 yeara of the time bi Co lutiiiins At this time two Venetian nibrchniitt of the name of Polo went auttrailing expedition to the uttetiuost parts of Asia They wcro gone many years Upon their return the soju tit one of them a young man named Jlar cp Polo wrote out a full account of their travels described the empire of the stand Ichan the Clilnosevcmporo and revealed the fact that Asia was bounded oii the east by a vast ocean Hedescrlb6athls eastern coast minute ly vfttli all its vast dtI9and Its wealth of precious Atones and spices It was from teadlng this book that the Imagination of Columbus was flred and he conceived the bold Idea of reaching this eastern const of Asia by sailing toward the west arounH the earth So when he discovered Cuba lie had upoJtheupon the saine scenes that Marco Polo had gazed upon years before Adnmlcs Dell One of th0 freaks of the drtistic wo verytWQfete Not a single male Is admitted o n this occasion The ball lasts goner Ithelporulugg on refusing admission to men a largo number of the revelers don male at tlrtfnnhone of the most striking features 6J thp evening Is the exuuel ant and frolicsome not to say boisterous fun these female men have with their partners During the evening an orchestra of women In niens drOsslothes performed under the direction of an imitation of Herr Kikisch the well known conductor The night passed off merrily and next day all the ladies who Were there declared emphatically they had amused themselves divinely far betterS titan if nun had been present entertainment London Times A SonllcHH Satrap The imaginative writer should avoid a newspaper editor as he or she would a wet spot on the pavement or a chill draft from a wln owHe Is a harsh unhappy man tim router of a cold wave and the amenities of life are removed from him He Is a soul- lessl satrap a stifler of hope and thusiasm with one eye on the facts of the day nail the other on his a If you leave your little work of art In his hands he will lose it in his pigpen of a sanctum and sick the xloorboy or the office cat lit you when you complain or he may print it unwittingly mutilated and unsigned and If he thinks to send you a check will pay less than for an account of a fire ora prizefight Saturday Evening PostS Klpllnrjd Vampire Rudyard1 Kiplings verses written for Sir Philip BurneJones striking Painting The Vampire were the result oft much labor and pdrslstcnt pursuit of an Idea that had long liroved quite elusive When It was finished and BurneJones qxprcssed obligations for it KIpling wrote a delFglitful letter presenting him with the copyright The vbrses tot Thp Vampire he wrote which we will call vampoetry are your prop erty So if any one wants to dramatize em etch em set em to music paint em sky blue translate em Into Erse Celtic or Hittite use cm for hair dye advertisement or Church of England hymn you mustdeal with that man UnIque A Chicagoan had been taken aroun Boston all lay to observe her bulwark but had Called to exhibit any of thou symptoms of paralysis Which are ac ceptable to thp Bostonian mind Now confess said the Bostonian host after tie burden and heat of the day Isnt Boston a unique town Unique mused the westerner hr believe that word Is derived from two Latin words unns one and equus Jicrsi I think Boston Is a unique town The Cnt An English clergyman the other dry preaehod to the prisoners of Worm wood Scrubbs prison In support of tho Church Society For the Promotion of KIndnrss to Animals He announced that the wit was preeminently the friend of the poor man and further hltAtcr thpn uuA was useful to man and could feel like man Early Tout Desirable The Fiancee George and I have nov er had a quarrel Her FriendOh I think you ought to have one before you are married Otherwise you cant be sure whether you are going to have your own way or notTudgeSHtin Predicament I uotlpo flint flit landlady only helps you to the craps whlspeivd till now boarder Why dont you leave jq cant responded the meek suits You see am the landladys hus- bamLClevplandt Plain Dealer After all our lives tire lived as if were hia circle Wo gnurally end Tourrnnl rrvtcOur Impmyod sewing machine said agent as he set the llttjc wonder Ithe caii bo handled by a child so easy to run It seams easy said the wife of the parngraphor jjs she watched the nim ble needle sadlyloadedwagon PlainiSelf DJstrnsf What you lack said the Person who reads your character Is self con fidence I cant help It said the young man You see I wastoI1 number of years employed In the work of preparing weather predictions Washington Star In Daysof Oia It must have been kind of nice Tlhojigh bein an old Romans hors said little Georgia its he Caned at the picture Kf Casar rind Cicero and Cato W1iyj ha mother a ked licy jotildiit cut down pas pants for Willie jnthem days Chicago Her aid A slander starts In a whisper and ends through a naeeclLone New York erald ilTff FAULTY QIOTAT IONS P opular Phrases T1atre Often In correctly ncpOrttcd quotingflthenearly every pud commits some egrej gious error Iff his quotAtlons All of us itmy i the even tenor of tliehtwIy wlicn what iiriy wrote Avns the noiselessjI 4ttenor of tueii way When GreekJ almcetj Greek vthen comes the tug of war should be When Greeks Joined Greeks then wtfs the tug of war say Welcome the cowing speed thai correcttiIIquatntlolt p guesL Butler wrote lit Hudlbras fft that complies against Ills will is of lili Iown opinion still but we alter thfji slnse as well as the wording of the passage by quoting continually A man convinced ngainst his will Isotl t jI1ootteuWCj quoUPIDthechant of Venice anyun falleth agihe gentle dew from heaven whereas the hard wrote Falleth as the gentle rain We quote with great compla cency Theman that hath no music in his soul whereas what Shakespeare wrote nRmrhe mast that hath no music hi himself Fine by degrees aud beautifully lessn phrase which has become In popular use Small by degrees and beautifully less Albany Argus Xo Time Wnstetl r therewnstheir time as little as they do now says the London Spectator Whether they use It well 01 they at least do inot let It slip ii Way empty Never was the fascination of work so potent as at the presept moment and never before were the same keenness and concen tuition displayed in the pursuit of dis traction Energy Is the dominant qual ity of the AngloSaxon race the quali ty they love to exercise the quality they cannot choose but admire Work no longer regarded as a necessary evil or even wholly as a means to an end It Is valued for Its own sake The richest men in America work as hard as the poorest or at least pretend to do so lest the society In which they mjve should suppose them men of leisure a supposition which would be we un derstand against an American what ever his position In life Immunity For the Fireflies S Birds do not eat fireflies and even bats which seem to eat everything else that they can chew or swallow never touch a lightning bug There must be something distasteful in this Insect to the feathered world and thus the species is preserved for If It were not so lightning bugs would soon be come extinct us the torch they carry would only serve the purpose of attracting tbdlr enemies It may be that the uncanny appear alice of the Insect giving forth as it does a brilliant flash of light every moment or two doters birds and bats from attacking It but If q lightning btfg were toothsome morsel to bfrdfshl1lan number of the feathered world would soon overcome their rc Itngiuinao to the little living torch and go hunting for lightning bugs To Clean Silver Silver In daily use may be cleaned by Immersion in strong bgrax and wa ter for two or threo hours The water should I Itoilliig when the borax and silver an put In After it has boost taken out and dried rub It with a little plate powder and polish with a chum ois If sliver oxin snouts are not kept in a case they tirVnish very quickly To brighten them dip the articles in a strong ftohition of ammonia and hot water Ntvir rub silver with flannel or cotton doth Plato not In general lift should bo wrapped carefully In tirKiie paper to exclude light and air as those are the two factors that cause silver to tarnish Americas Flmt ElBlitlionse The first lighthouse built on this con tinent was at Stt Augustine Fla Its chief we vas as alookout whence the Spanish people of hit town could see vessels approaching front Spain or get notice of the coming of foes In time to run away The tower attracted the at tention of Francis Drake as he was sailing along the coast with his fleet of high pooped ships on his way home front pillaging the cities of the Span ish main So he stopped long enough loot till town and destroy what he could not take away What Grant Saw In Canada Lord Dufferin when viceroy ofCana da paid n visit to Washington while General Grant Was president He cas ually asked tiie president whether ho had ever bcefrin Canada The reply was a striking example of General Grants brusque outspoken ness No I have never set foot on Ca nadlan soil but I have approached near enough to its shores In a steam boat to sec the grass growing In the streets of the Canadian towns Lord buffcrln saw that General Grant shared with many of his couu trymen at tjiat time a common mlrap prehension regard to tu resmm mid destinies f Can LtJl1a- mWW OR CHEERf IL chtcrfuldepen Manyanf11mosttowife who has every tiling she wants lie toIwhats tile matter Hut the wife cant tell onlyknotvs pressedand she is de nJcondition is usually lated toL some form of womanly disease corresponding mental depression has its womanly weakness Doctor Pierces Favorite prescriP changes tearful women to cheerful tionIby curing the diseases which cause SPintS1Itestablishes g1tonsixboUletwo of his Golden Medical Discovery and Ican do all my work I cant praise your medi doe too highly I will recommend your medi thisgiveFavorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick vtomen well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weal womenKeepthebowets thetimelyPellets j i 7 = Pteis 17 parents it must look for health and irnporta t that 1J 1Min the blood helpless child entailing the most its 1ittl hddv with if sive sores and eruptions catnrrhothe nose and throat eyes glandular swellings brittle hones white swelling d deformity i you have not only enlarged your capacity fpr the ofthepleas mes i There ts no remedy that so surelv kthhhnrn hi ndJ troubles as SS S f It Arches out even I are growing up argid you right the wroby putting then on a fmse ofIS S S atonce It i a ip purely yr We medicine harmless iin rajj Affects and can be jtaken by bothold and young without fear of any skin diseases THE SnTT SPKCiriC 1ats litil fo1 t e pVER LOST roeveiftl4ldto ReSoosibi1iIijGreuL xnatktheitiseivesdevelopedheaithyenjoyment dimademankindrprhciitncefM hereditary ilpqdandbadSdults youThiscotiaGui i1By Sargent IDEALS iCopyright 1902 by t S S McClure Company VIll wager a box of candled fruit against a cocoanut cake that he writes advertisements or railway guides Frances Morton laughed Ill take you Now see who finds out first Slube she and Alice Gaston had set up a small flat ottbelr own the absorb ing topic of Interest had been a man across the why who early and late labored at his typewriter All through the long summer the gIrls had sat In the twilight and speculated over his Industry when nil the rest of the world seemed apleasurlng or at least idling Gradually Frances had woven a romance about the quick reliant ure The opera glasses discreetly used showed that his rather hand some clear cut features bore stamp of intellect and she declared impetuously that he must be engaged upon some llterary labor of vast importance It was this declaration that had called ALICE FiUUJJUiV INQUISITIVE forth Alices laughing challenge From that moment Mr UcuiJugton as he was dubbed by the two bachelor maids held n new interest He might meat n toothsome cake or a box of candied fruit Alice edited the womans page of an nfteruoon paper ind occasionally went down town on thtIt1UC ear as did the mnn of the typewriter Ueyond these r Infrequent encounters fiite illd nothing ngorIr Feeling a strong grip on lice arm sin looked up to meet the magnetic gaze of Mr UciningtonSNo damage done Is there he asked choorily I She winced as she took a step for wnrdStlun afraid Ive turned my ankle my arm ho suggested notingt her white lips If I am not mistaken you live in this bhjck Fourl1lnetytwoy she assented If you so good It was pleasant to lean on the strongi arm and case tbd injured ankle lie helped her carefully up the stairs and Alice fairly gasped when she met them la the tiny private hall Is there nothing more that ear do he asked as he deposited her on the sofa arnica Witch hazel Hnl iiient any pet remedy to be had at tIn druggists Pray command me There Is nothing thank you Mr Hooper he prompted Frederick Hooper lIr Hooper Frances continued 1 am greatly obliged to you for your courtesy May I drop In tpmorrow apd sec how you are he asked rather eagerly as he picked up his lint We should be very glad to hems you said Alice cordially and when the door In the ball below slammed she danced back to Frances I am afraid you win Me shouted nothingjhigher life lies n dean The next aftqrnooq true to his word thoJthe Morris chair Drinking tea and munching thin bread and butter ho changed the very aspect of the room He sounded the masculine note their den had lucked beforeSAlice whose bump of curiosity mid grovn m Journalistic circles wet frankly Inquisitive Vi have often noticed you across the way she said You ure at your machine so constantly that Miss Mol ton declares you must bo writing tinS cqmLig novel iloiper laughed frankly boyishly Yes writ novels he admitted the kind my readers prondutice bully am under contract to grind out a dime iiivelntveek This was worse than railway guides Frances fell to studying the wall paper pattern You see ho ran on I need tin laomY Its easy work and well paid vulUnt you rather write real noviS persisted Alice hAVeJl yea It would py as w happiness How incon gatis weak r makepiOee1litfratme If one his an invalid mother toj sup port or a slater to educate suggested Alice musingly but he interrupted briskly Nothing of the sort Im atone In the world havent even first cousins But when I came to town I had a fine P1ttedJand for which I got as high as 45 when I sold It Likewise wrote es says which I never sold I had the manuscript of a historical romance too I have that yet Then a man for Whom I had done a little work asked me to substitute for his dime novelist who was ill I wrote my first tile and be liked It The regular writer died and I stepped into his literary shoes It is big pay steady work and no trouble offer you get thehangjof the thing Its not exactly Idealistic but It means a good restaurant good clothes and a den of my own When he had gone Alice looked quizzically at Frances Well said the latter with Just a tinge of bitterness In her vQlcet guess you came close enough to the truth to take the cake vIlike him and I hope hell come he did first bearing flowers and small delicacies for the Invalid and when her injured foot no longer served as an excuse for this coming calling apparently in a spirit of pure camara derie In many ways he was a boy despite his thirtyfire years and his visits acted like a tonic to the overworked high strung girls Occasionally lie brought wIth him the scriptof his latest story and set them laughing wlthbls frank criticisms But it was lwnys the careless Alice who made him most welcome Frances the artistic still smarted under the crash of her air castles He bad no right to disappoint her thus The Idena dlsn4 novel a week at so much per On this particular evening however she welcom4t him more cordially than usual Perpaps she really fpltl the need of his presence Alice wo work ing late on tbe Christmas edition The twilight without hung in a misty pall and her own heart was beavy Two book coven and series of margins la Japanese effects had been returned with tbanitf He glanced at some pen and Ink sketches she had been making This Is feather good be said ap preciatively You are getting1ong famously f Frances ilooked up quickly search ing for sarcasm but abe found nothing of tho sort In his frank admlrlnjg eyes They nrtf to Illustrate some advertis- Ing matter she replied simplyMYOU see like yourself 1 am losing my Ideals Npt losjrig t emhe answered quickly j ist putting them aide tot better daysfe gome day I will wrftetht coming npvel l and you wilt bq doing great thing In oils In the meantime seRsibIcthingThere WMa new tenderness In bit voice and unconscionsly she reached out Tier hand He had read her disap pointment And understood He took not only tb e proffered band but the other also all njarked as 1t Was with- In from the despised drawings Let us takko it a cmmoneawi he said centlX We have both over thrown our dols for awhile to face the world In htoeat toiL Let us fight It outtogetherNo 1 mured wondering how she had ev misjudged him Let us win oveclost Ideals WoBdera 01 Flaorla Cal Silicon arfl3ahline substance close Iy resemblig the diamond exposed to fluorine gavgives a very beautiful re action shqwers of brilliant spangles being scattered In all directions from the white t cyyatala which are nnall Iy nfelted faa they do not fuss under 2100 degreessF one can gain some Idea of the Immense energy set free during the combination Both lime and chalkgunder the same circumstances give a most gorgeous Incandescence Phosphorus as one might expect does not tall to Illustrate its powerful aMn Ity when exposed to the gas Pruuiaft blue reacts very beautifully and burns with a pink fame A crystal of Iodine placed in afcurrent of the gas gjteava palej flame and a heavy liquid qlatllla over which etche glass and hisses like redhot iron when thrown Into water JChambers Journal The Laa7 Was Vet IkB Gkat- An Irish family once bad a ghost troublesome that they sent for Detec tives One of tjese men late atialgbt fell as1le1nhxichair The lady et the house chancedto come info tareom and eould resist thetjt fea toI groan arid rattle tier keys Ikf bad never ployed ghost before Itwas mo mentary indiscretion But tkto police man did not and totiM liariljr W pecked to believe tbif He ai14 tt warf hardly worth while to brlflg kin tfOlB Dublin and he withdrew jIs dodgeda Yet the lady was not really the gSott He 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