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F T Tfl NLWUJUifl4 TI i k x j t 4tJt J tI tiNfL WIX 1 No t SPRINGFIELD j WASETNiTNSH UNTTtf KENTUCKY MAY 1 1902 JI ZJt 7 i 1 2tiA I r J tiJ f p tYJ 1w JJUgtDIRECTORY 4h ff dt L 1aiING1flt4- 1iaIgii ountf se t Oft I W unJY 52miles south j fronvjjJi 1 VaiiroadmyflVe and Nashville a ir iinjc and agricultural district T SBBks telegraph and tel phone express office flour mills lumber ya i Population 1100 population of co4ty 15000 Jftpresentative in Congress Hon D H i4Iik Hodg inviHe Ky sc Xepresentatiye in Kentucky Legia latre Hon G A Doljoney Representative iinState Senate Hen t 7 t ItvlvPKryear Campbellsville Ky t 4 COt ty ectjyat JIi lC PI1C9gt Circuit Court bIns on the fourthf l Tfni fq r1i 8 i t I tJ Patten Judge W H Sweeifey Common wealth At ia v T J LMriit t lr FfM Campbell Cleric WiiiwAi Medley Master Commiss i tt f UI ill4I- I lt QUARTELYCqURUJU s Quarterly Court is held on the third ilayIneach month tj BsL Lit yV JUdg toJillnO j j COUNTY COURT v fc fl i t County Court ineetfe dn the fourth jkfonday in each mouth fIJj JudgeMJrL Lithey WF Booker County Clerk TfS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailerv iF Byron Croake SberiffIRichardl8ham Sidneybsborne tf RH MulHcan Deputies 4EdMastersJames P MO eCointyA1tVV01 J I oy tty Assel 7 J 4ii tmP O E ryan D epulf t J R bert Npe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner r t f 1 i t J CITY COURT i WHrBaiterl Police Judge 13ohn Grace Marshal W D ciaybrooke CityAttorBey- QI JUSTICE COUKTJ JiJiJsticeCourts are tnjld m January liil July and October V DirectoryVf i r BAPTIST CHURCHx RevGeorgeWSwope P1stqr Ser aice irs ndatiI am nd73O pSsnuayScboOl at abb Prayer Meeting oh Wednesday night at 730 IMTHoDT CHURCH J I fRev SP Stiles Pastor Services OH the Flistand Third Suuhaln each- inouthatU am and 730 pin Sun day Elchooleveryl Sunday ixt 10 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday night f PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rcirf RE C Lawson Pastor Ser viceieYer Sunday at 11 am and 73 0 piPrayer rfievl11hitii UL-1 kt GATHOtlC CHURCH i Re P F Henn9SayPa5tr 3er yicc5 every Sunday at 8 and10 o clock atn rServicesatStRosesfime hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH ieF Lloyd Pastor Services- xecond and fourth Sunday inreach ninth l Fraternal Orders it JMASONIC LODGE Springfleid loJg e No meet second Mouday in each month Washington R O Chapter No 57 jaeets every third Monday Springfield Council No 52 meets oh evefOurthMoflcaY ir KNIQHTS bf THE MA AaEESfee first Wednesday in each month f err1 1 OR M BLACK HAWK TRIBR No 54 meets every WednesdaY uightin Vrgwram McElfoy Hall lt 1 I L anUNTIME TABLE 1Itlnlud Dpatir6 or Trains c iA21- T 44 11 3j 1 AolP- I 20It2 03BookeraS 471 47 1l54Croakes- IB4 168 il371Woodlawn 03213 J39SBII5olNarareth 8 30- SJ030Samuela 641331 1102 D6atsvUlet5UrI 10hCane SPriDaU 5305 lOO0Hobbs MCTllfft- t 52 C1earmnt7 4 80 j 4J Bardstown Juncti7 10501 Shplikdsirllloi 20 u J1tIu ers 27vSouth ParkIT11tO SouthIuIsvjUot7O3 5- 1I j CvbLouls1lIe Arl805810 jA31pM AIY VMjrJjaitBow fflf asures Just 4 feet BixiHchM lnt length What Ayers Halt vigor has done for me I certain ly WUevfeit witt Ct ptotheniX pheer fwflFr4 It io uij Thosb1 a1MlllM1Ktlii titiil lOng haf ttifei70JUicb S D lii W M rJJ4 ROUND OF tJteli f ftftft ftnnftnnftnftftnft ftftftftnftnftnnnnnnWLT 7 i irhe Gladness of Sppinfi When prig with blossom haunted lanes U With sadden gnats of rippling rains Caihe danoingdoyi the glad young 1year How soon my heartzforgot its fear And whim I heard tho lyric note That floated from thur ins throat How soon the sad song in lIy breast Sought deep silence a deed rest Joy whobaol4te medan April rai Could cleanse heart pfaU ifs pan And who bad thought one little bird Oodld bash a souls discordant wordj Charles Hanson Town ihe May Womans Home Companion EEpIiemlny friends of Will am O Rfced will beih terested to learn that he has been given another promotion in the army He has been ap pointed First Lieutenant in the Tenth It S Cavalry Shice leaving here about two months Sg JLiQutenant Reed has been atili nc at Columbus Barracks with the Third Cavalry The Tenth to which Lieut Reed now goes is the celebrated regiment of colored soldifers that di tin guished itself during the Span ishAmerican war and it is said saveid the day at the famous charge at San Juan hill It is considered the crack regiment bf Q the army It is officered by the best officers of the army but all of the privates are colored men who make fine soldiers The eiIIleritis now stationed in Texasd has recently returned from service in Cuba t aM RICES AND cuopsAII though the coming season ives promise of yielding a large irpp it is not likely that there will be any over productioii in agriculture this year There iis such a scarcity of everything produced on the farm that if every acre planted should pro duce double the average yield it would not be too much We need more corn wheat oats cattle sheep and hogs j The high fri es prevailing for all live stockand farm products will naturally stimulate farmers to greater efforts and the acreage of torn and other grain will be Targe which if coupled with a favorable season wil undoubted ly result in one of the biggest crops for years The short crops last year and the heavy demand however will undoubtedly pre vent any danger of an over production IHANGEDthe downtrodden farmer just now it seems and it is the con sumer or nonproducer to whom the kick appears to be due High prices for meat one of the staples of life is one instance where the poor man who dont raise any beeves gets the worst of the conditions The price of meatof all kinds in the cities arid the country too for that matter has gone up so high that hundreds of poor people pave b ome vegetarians through necessity Some say that it is the result of the manipulations of the beef trust that is responsi ble for the high prices buta mote logical conclusion is that high prices for cattle anti hogs are caused by high priced corn andJ greater demand for export 0 ORTUNATE FARMER By the way speaking of high prices another instance of where the iarmer is it this year an be found in the horse and mule market The usual spring ac tivity horse and mule buying is much more active this season than usual and better prices are prevailing all around While the prices for horses and mules are higher insympathy with other things to some extent at the same time it is undoubtedly the fact that the war in South Africa has teen direct cause of the in creased demandand consequent high prices for these four footed beasts of burden Thous ands of horses and mules have been exported from this country during the pastr year by the1 British government for use in the war against thp Boers and it is said tbatsuch is the extreme rough service to which these Crr animalsi are putt tfew survive longer than a fdw weeks when another supply is brought on ntL7 oTAct is a popul r beleif that ama will fight forhis dog and many arCtlG stories told and written about mans bestfriond and bis de1 11isIninsterllatter proposition is soon to be given a pracficaltest in Springfield The Board of Trustees has passed an ordinance imp siing a license oif one dollar per year on all dogs claiming Spring fielias their home anil after the ordinance goes into effect any dogs found withiL the town ljir1 its Without a license tug will be sentenced banishment or death unless redeemed by its master So in this way the dog owner will be given an opportunity to show to just what limit his love for his ddg will go There are no doubt some good dogs and appreciative masters in the town to whom the tax will not make any difference but the chances are that if the law is enforced that there will be many new faces in flog heaven CAUTION Phi is not a gentle word but wben jon think how liable you are not to purchase for 75 cents the only remedy universally and a ram ciy that has had tIe largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure and treatment of consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popu Isrity all these years you will be thankful we called your lit tention to Boscbces German By up Phereareo many or dinary coUgh remidles made by druggists and others that are cheapandoad for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Br ucbitis Croup and especially for Consumption where more is difficult expectoration and cough ing during the nigbt and morn irglhere is notbirjr like tier man Syrup Sold bv all drug gists iti he civilized world G G Gr eti WoOlbury NJ The Thrustof Lance is scarcely more agonizing than the recurrent pains in the abdota vn improperfocdwater The immediate cau e of cramps and colic iso tcn the disten tion of the bowels by gas Quick re lief followsthe uscof Perry Davis Painkiller Careful housekeeper give it the place of honor in tne family medicine cbet- CyflistvshQuld always carry a bottle of Ballards SnowLinement in cac of accidcutSi if applied immediately it will subpue the pain preen swelling and discoloration and heal 501I501 New En1crprisesj for1April cOilumnthe quildin of u 15000 c house at lParis A new jjail urtI jail residence will be built at Vorj Tackjsonsummer The Alabau nessee and Ke itireky Hail Tenj will survey a hue into this The Lincon Couniy Oil Gas and Mineral Co his been organized at Stanfort Tr Banner Oil CoIat Montic r lo The ntyjOilisville Tho Ptin Lubmer Co at Kn9xCountyOiland and a water works company at Cor don what Thin Folks need Itis a greater power of dijres ting and assimtlatinir good food For them Dr Kinds New Life Pills work wonders They tone and regulate the digestive orgabs gently expel l all poisons from the system unrich the blood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 25 cents at Haydon Robertsons dtug fstoret 1 jfMtorcbII4nDes Kentucky In the Gabinei The reportsf rom Washington assigning John W Yerkes of Keiitucky to a Cabinet position are coming with a force closely concerningn could be more worthily houoredt Mr Yerkes is now serving as Commissioner of Internal Revenue a position second in impor tance to none in the economy of the government and the rare Ex ecutive capacity and judical mind he has shown in the con duct of the affairs of the office have commended the wisdom of his appointment to the fullest One of uthe most scholarly of Kentijckians he is one of the most practical a political fighier heha always been but a politi cal fighter on the high plane ofr principle avoiding and bending all his efforts for the advancement of Republicanism His canvass for the Governorship of Kentucky showed the stuff ofr which John Yerkes is made and Kentucky would take to her self the honbi which would bp conferredby th President in summoning Mr Yerkes to hisi Cabinet Years have passed sincc Ken tucky lhad a representative in the Cabinet but she is none iie less deserving of it and it is the merest jjustice to say that the glory of Kentucky in her sons who have baen in former Cabi nets would be in no whit dimmed by the summoning of JohnW Yerkes by President Roosevelt He is honest he is competant is a Republican Cincinnati Commercial Tribune- S Holds up a Congressman rt ihe end of the campaign writes Champ Clark Missouris brilliant congressman from overwork nervous tension loss off slee rand const unt spealcing J had about collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were oui of order hut three bottles of Electric Bitters made me all rignt Its the liest all around medicine ever sold over a drI1g its counter Overworked run down men and weak sicklv women gain splendid lhealth and vitality from Electric Bittcrs Try them Only 50 cents Guaranteed i y Hvdon and Robertson HOWS TlHS W olliir Ono nu nil red Dollars Kownnl any ijjso ol Calm rh tljnt cannot lio Miiwl by unIts Catorrh Ctro F CUKNEY CO Prups Toledo O We tho utulursiKiied have known P honey for tho last 15 yearn and lho liovo him perfectly lionornblo in all Dus fncijj tranmiotiotiH nntt finunulully nlilo to arry out any obligation nuulo Ity their tlrin- WKST tt Wholesale lirii txtH Toledo 0 WAIDINO RINNAN it MAIIVIN hole aro Druggists Toledo O Halls Cntnrih Cure is taken intornnllT acting directly upon the blood and inn Coils surfaces or tho system Prico per bottle Sold bv all Df np ists eily incinaitlsH 1- rMakes Weak Women StroriA 1 have taken your Remicks Pepsins Blood Tonic I know usedIIverypak woman strong 1 cannot praise it enough Mrs O D Pickering Ottify Ill For sale by Bay don Now Religiousl i Doctrine 1Mrs M Dixon of Hardin county is holding a protracted meeting at Braxton and endeavoring to founda new relig ious sect in M tyrcer She claims to represent the primitave or Protestant Methodist church the doctrine unadorned us preached by John Wesley The new re ligious order has no bishops or deacons kind is only under the guidance of a president who ap points those whom he wishes to assist him She claims tha they follow to the letter along the lines laid down by Wesley and that the Methodist Episcopal church is a branch which sprang from them The sect is gaining a hold in Southern and Eastern Kentucky and in Tennessee and other Southern States and is be coming quite numerous Mrs Dixoh has been holding revivals in many counties of the State and is gaining quite a reputation in her order as a exhorter She passed through herejast Saturday enroute to her new field of labor at Braxtpn t opening the series of meetings there Sunday morning So far she Juts only met witn moderate success although she preaches to crowd ed houses every night Har rodsburgHerald WMJPED We would like to ask through tIre culun us of your paper if there is any person wbp nas used Greans August Flower foi I tne cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver troubles that hs not been curedancjwe also mran tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headaihe despond feelings sleeplessness in fautj any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medi cine has been sold for years in all cUlllved countries andwe wish to c rrpspotid with you and send you one of our books free of cost If yon never tried Aug ust Flower try cne botlln first We hve never kno7n of its failing Is so something more onous is the matter with yom Ask your oldest druggists Daugerous if Neglected BuniR cuts anO other woundstof ten failto heal properly if neglected and becojne troublesome sores DeWitta Witch Hazel alvc prevents such con sequences Even where delay has ag grevaced the injury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I had a running sore on my leg for thirty years saysH C Hartly Yankeetown Ind ftcrjusing njany remedies I tied De Witts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes ijealed the sore Cures all skin diseases Piles yeild to it at ouce Beware of cunterfc1ts Haydon and Robertson X H Stnntl like 6meWo Between oir children 1d the lortuiva of itching and burning eczema Sow why by using ffucklenfi Arnica Salve earths greatest healer QUICK estcure for Ulcers Fever sores Salt Rheutu Cuts Bnrus Scalds or Bruises Infallablccure for Piles 25 cents at Hayden and Robertsons drug storej IInvitation to Suicide Allen Coswll One of the wealthiestand oldest farmers in Colfax township near Rather fordtown North Carolina has made preparations for one of the most remarkable suicides on recordHe has sent out printed invita tions to a number of friends and relativ inviting them to a din ner to be held at his house four miles from Ellenboro on Jnne 10 Toe dinner will be served t 11 oclock Promptly at 12 oclock Coswell wiUgive his guests ah opportunity of seeing aman take his own life Just how Coswell will commit the deed is not stated but it is understood fiat that he will shoot himself at the table irfter the repast has been concluded rTT Do nt despair because you have a weak constitution The vitalizing principals of Hcrbine will assuredly strengthen it Tncvcry drQpof Hor biue there is life There is a stimula ting regenerating power unequaled in the whole range of medicinal preparations Price 50 cents Haydon Robertson He Kept ASwimmin The other day New YOIK a mtn named Bolc 1rc1 an experience that it is beiento read about than go through He was working at nianhof when the ladder pave way He foil mu a moreIlthan a mile underground in a torrent of water that ran like aI millrace in absolute durkdess and deluged with mud and slime and all manner of filth He was dashed against brick walls well nigh overwbeim d with dirt that was emptied over him from side sewers and finally he was pitched into the East Rver and was fished out by a bargeman Boyles own account of the mat ter is interesting and the chief fact is that he never gave up II kept a swim min was his succinct way of outing itand even when he found himset in the middle of the East River half unconscious he kept a swimmin One must confess a good deal of admiration for a man who under such circum stances in about as hopeless a condition us a human being could possibly find himself should stiu ieejj in the game Mav Womans Home Stops The companionl and works oir Laxative BromoQuininc JPricJ a j 4 Narrow Escaper Mr Charles Roftinson was havinjra litre fence boilt between him and Rdbert Nave anU ent some dynamite down to hiS farm to b4 used for blowing putjholes Mr Scoop Armstrong wa ding the work and had place two sticksof dynauiite jpn a Stump Mr Nave came along and took a seat abott 20 feet from the stumpand while wattrug for Armstrong fel asleep Mr Robinson came along with hi rifle andthinking he would play u joke on Nave and frighten him naI lowed which left a hole in the ground large enough for a grave for both himself Dndi Nave Nave fortunately was not injifred but frightened half to dea4hhtnd so was Charlie Scxoop ex clamatious when he arrived were alittlA too expressive to be placed tn print Harrodsburg Democrat tfloat start wrong Dontstart the summer withalini gering ough orcold W all know what a summer c ldls Its the hardest kind fo cure Often tt hang on through the entire season Take it in hand right now A few doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis alt thjroat aud lunf roubles Absolutely sate Acts at ouce Children like it One Min ute Couth Cure is the best cough medicine I ever used savs J EL Bow lles Groveton N H I nev r found anything else that acted so safely and quickly Haydon and Robertson Children whoare weak fretful or troublesoiij should be given a dose Whites Cream Vermifuge They will n become strong healthy andactiye havicCheek5 bright eyes will be happyacl E1 lie day- long Price 50 cents sold by nay and Robertson IMoIice All persons holding claims against the estate of Hattie Ray deceased will present them properly proven on or before May 15 1002aS the estate will be jfettled at that time T S MAYES Administrator With the will annexed of Hattie Rav deceased Presbytery Adjourned Trahsylvania Presbytery con vened in the First Presbyterian church of this Tuesday night and concluded its work and ad lourned yesterday afternoon Only routine business was tran sacted Wednesday Dr J V Logan was elected Moderator and Dr E M Green permanent clerk but Rev S M Logan of Middlesborough acted in that capacity Dr Harvey Glass of Somerset and Elder N Thomp sOliof Springfield were ap pointed commissioners to the General Assembly of the Sbuth Lern Presbyterian church which convenes in Jackson Miss in May Dr JkG Hunter of Harrodsburg and Judge James Denton of Somerset were the alternates Dr J M Saunders and Dr J V Logan were ap pointed a committee to present the congratulations of the Pres tery to Dr E1 Green and the congregation of the First Pres byterian church at the c lebrq tion of Dr Greens twentyfifth sinniversary as pastor the sec 1dof May The next meeting of the Presbytery will bo at Silver Creek in Madison county next September There were about thirty delegates here and the meeting one The committee on the Presbyterian Female College was retained but nothing of im portance was done in this matter A vote of thanks was tendered Health li For 25 years I have never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla every spring It cleanses my blood makes me feel strong and wayJohn NY lj1 Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body Yp areinvigQratedrefreshed You feell anxipiis to be active You ecomestrong teadycotirageousThatswhat will do for you 100 a cltaaWs Ask yonr doetor what ha think of lAjWf feruparilU iIoknows nil boBtthilKind family medicine Follow hIs advice and nlll be cutuncd Jold J Co LoT Jtew the pole of Danviiie for the entertainment afforded aridthe many courtesies shown Dan vile Advocate Rcvctits a Greet Secret ItisoftQo iiskepl how sach startling cures thai puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Heros the secret Ic cuts out TheLphlegm and germinfected mucus and lets the life giving oxygen lenrich and vitilize the blood It heials the infUraed coughyorn throat and liiUga Eard cofds and stubborn coughs soori yield to Dr Kings New Discoveryr the mot infaU ble remedy for all throatand lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and SI Trial bottle free at Hiy don lud Robertson t like drownlag Man Five years ago a diseisethe doctors called dyspepsia took such it Mold of me that I could scarcely go writes Geo g March Vell now attorney Of Nocoiia Texas took quautities of pepsin aod Other medicine Taut nothing helped me AS a drowning man gral5s ata straw I jfrabbedat JCodbl I felt an improvment at once and ifierb icw bettles am sound aud well Kodol is the only praparation which exactly produc sthinaturnl digestive juices and consequently is th8 only one which digests any good foOd and cures any forni of stomach tronble Haj dpn and Rab its tt vr Our Foreign3HorseTrad4R- epOrts from abroad shpw thai aericanbp sri flesh is rrapidly growing in demauu in foreign markeis During Vile past six sears Great Briiiau alone spent 35000 000 in the United States in the prcbaseof horses independant of the gO QOOOOO whichshespntfor mules Lasess tban 75000 horses borss were s ped from this country toEngl ana Until 18G5 the exportation of ltiitbut sincei then iit hits grown into something enormous tfhd Great iritia is only oneof the many foreign countries wbpst recog nition of the superiority of American horse flesh is substantially attestabiy large purchases During the past sjx year3 our shipments of horse to other countries have been as follows South Africa 37465 jGreat Britian 22698 Canada 8488 Cuba 4J36 China 2317 Philip pines 1578 Japan 1535 British Columbia 759 British West Indies 199 ando bers scattering Germany France Russia and Austria are likewise included among the number of for purchasers of American horse flesh but they bavejusft commenced to make purchases and have only invested up to now in trotters Jhey nave been charmea with the graceful movements as well as the rapid speed of our American horses and the small purchases which they have so frj raade may prove the entering wedge toj larger onesEx Experience doavlncis ElysCrenmin the head We mail trial size for 10 cents Full size 50 cents All druggists Ely Bros 56 Warren StN Y Clifton Arizdna Jan 1ZO 1 91 Messrs Ely Bros Kind enclosed cents for rhicn please ndm i ydur Cream Balm I find your remedy the quickest and mojt permanent cure for catarah cold fn Ihe hcad ptcV yipnra Truly Dell I Potter Gen Manager Arizona Gold Min SngCo Excuses l Teachers who require written excuses lot tardiness from the jarecls of pupils sometimes re ceive very amusing notes Here are a few specimens Dear sir pleasa excuse James for lateness I kneaded him after breakfust A second note reads Please forgive Billy for being tardy I wo Qending his coat The third excuse goes mote Into de tails butls none loss interestingi Mister sirvmy Jaseu had trIbe llate this ihorniiigr It iis his business to mlk ur cow Sne kicked Jasa in the back today when ho wasnfc looking pr thinking other actin so thot his back was broke but it alnt But it black and blue and tile pane kept him late Wi wouldgit rid of that old co7H we tonld This istber fpurtl time she kicked 5 Jase butiisht roretSaexousenunrorm l t J IFSiIentfor4OtyAtthe ps r It d Gora Bonta on the Laxington oike is an old colored1 iqmm who is a living exampleI pfviht terrible effects ofstaviuj She has never pokS since herhuabandwas pit ilpoft the block and auctioned c qffT tte Southern slave owners oTer forty years ago When he wttjU torn from her side sTie vowedf never to speak until h was rcstored to her and thbugn many years have passed and the cus bcingil1kt abolished she still keeps1 Ser ivow1 Aunt Susan SiItieiSt 4 calledl is now between sixty jind seventy years bf age bfielsi a rather large mulatto and not un comely After the close of the civil war her strange silence cut hei off from association wftbi kit d for they regardcdhet superstitious terror and wB t the white p opleloo donberwI h suspicion When the llayes were freed but few pebnle would employ hetf and hefinallf drijfted into thp almshouse and the reshe remained until about eighteen year ago when he father of tha Bonta brothers ha charge qf the poor farm TIe pathos of ner stoiyitnd her willingness to do whatever task was put before her workedRapon th4+ sympathies of the iajnily and when they moved Irpm heIiplace they tdokher with then Shp has remained with son mmber of famiJyeversi4ce unU her devotion to the friends who befriended her is doglike antipathetic She appears of ca fcitidly disposition generally only now and then when angered growing sullen and morose speClallywhhOrn and never voluntarily 0 near them The family n1nembors bate tried in xery way to tricker iNto speech but h she hashaje failed B noti lost the power of speecb JS erheardshOt is frequently o talking to herself Shnverleases the farm seemingta no Unterest in outside thin buti she appears perfectly sane except for her vowof silence and Iriciiseof sickness when she shuts herself ttaking no mdii cin6 and allowing no one to come nea her It is almost it she courted death longing for the timp wheja she will be reunited to ller hubandwhowa sold so many years ago aud flhohas nevjer been heard of since some saint he dieil in Missfssippi of swzjnp fever Aunt Susan is au Ind 2fatisibk worker doingtb faniily washing and ironing to perjfectioiS and whatever beocomesjto hand But her peculiar v3r has tiadgher an object pIrcutjiousity and seams tp thoiS1feel mast to h self as much as possible Tki4ef otbjer negroes even her fellow M Yorkers have nothing do with her and thus she lives a grip lonely silenfc woman broke hearted by thut terrible custom ltbqti almost wrecked 5arrodsburg Herlad urINarrowEse Mrs Gusta Cecil Baljtown together withlie ggha4 a narrow escape froniar5rtf ingx last Saturdaynft ternooQ While ttmimigtherosr Beech Fork the horse she was riding stepped on a rock and slipped throwing her hedloug 1rto the water Fortunately thesrer wa very low and her hsb adf who was with hersucceedhag in getting herbut before silO reach edith deep water She and her child both went under several times but aside from ajtbprough drenching th ysutt red so s r ious injury Mrs Cecil7 is y daughter of Mr W W irenwell of near town and syBrwas on her way to visit him wh Bthe Occident occurred Nelsoa Recr ord j cf fReduced Rates i tW est Co mEn jng Mar let aid daily thereafter until April oih 1902i tne WlsCORlla OtI Z- vl1i r sell Settlers Jlckeit iJChrcpgo to p Jpfcs it iU Idaho Oregon WMfaiigtev Md British Colub4at rwrtljl re in ped rates T4 detalle4jiiiiMr in atipn inquire of neriflitVnnl orareeT1DOeap D A 218Pke 3rnkrnj Q cinnaU 0 orJu OPdO4E- hseger Ag ot MiLwss 45 iI 7 h7P v y m NEWSLEAMR ZND JltMtT THUJUDAY If A YEAR IN ADVANCE L SPRINGFIELD KY P if X NE L DAVISON Jr 1yEDl DPG v V I bptneE3 notlce3 i10 ceE p 14lf t the Ant latertio p i d 5 ces tO i lib eqeRt IflSt1O1- tJltt rMl ples end political matter t k pi1ine- h jiJe1t work Is d8io at Iowrates1btcaS wbepaid on ielLverg of goodS f jtrerUstBg contracts made on liberal t t tvaI sJ 1jbltrleand resolutions of respect 1 s ents per IiIe fOVN KJRNTIs IIi cuaty MaRl trtes 250 II 50p ShV4 DAMAY1 19oLz jFV JrJH cquittstr6f Berry Howard Vir p fas tried for the Goebe Mtaier jasasurtnse Powers iictJohii Howardwere convictedi 4cabout theaamekind oi evi 4 iac utliat brought out i l Bzrys trial and it was takenl VlMiar foregone Cconclusion ffiaf Ji Berry ouldlje given about the J L me doe eipurIitd s will jran tHat paper from now on It seems that the purchase was 4t laade from fe owner of the plant urithout the knowledge or At conaentotMr Charles Huuter i who h s operating ihePal cohiim3er a lease for some time Lci c j AJotal OfortyS1X dead bodie- e S havebeen recovered from th iffwrecked City of Pittpburg and dC themissing are not yet all ac i Countedfor JJtt Gartwrlihts Greek J 1ondaywascounty court day jr in Springfield1 anti a good crow f 9 j 1atteIidedJ iL i Mir JB Carricowas visiting ir his uncle Joe Spalding Saturday and Sunday Z3 O rnioorain t1at feiflas Lon day did considerable t6 the crops and gardensj Miss Kate shadtoadgett h thstopcountirf hemeas1es ItOMi 1S Mary an4 Liss Dolan emed a crowd of youu 4 people Sunday eveningaMr Dick Cushbbrne and Tom 1OByanafamily have had the measles in a verybad form biBwe are glad to know they are I improving JSmith Carrico brought out a lirof our gkls are beginning id smile Lookout Smith MissesMary and Jessie Car rico and Maggie Hamilton and Messrs Eugene Mattingly Dan Ryan and Fletcher Maddeill j ent Sunday with Madden s family of Lebanon Mrs nose Ann Buckler wife StI1 L Tuesday evening of nemorage of LirIhours after she was stricken IShewas fify years ocJ TravcItaflls daeee c poaat motion jars tKe kidney yhich are kept in place in the body by delicate attachments This I the t reason that travelers trainmen car1 mea mdahho drive yerymuch suf r fer from kidney disease in some form Foleys Kidney Cure str enSthens thet kWm ya and cures all foams of kidney au1ABeat locomotive engineer L1maOhlo enVgiBe caused sac a geeat deal of trouble with my kidneys and 1 got no relief until I iiSed Tpleys Kidney cure Sold by WoodKobertson Drug Co t Notice jjFire Insurpince Company Lexington Ly J jJ rties having clai 1s jnst the Central Fire Insur BJcd Company of Lexington entucky are hEreby notified F that an order has been entered in the Fayette Circuit Court di I ecting that all claims be pre seated to udrfiled with me the Keceiver f05 said county on or bsfore the asTthday of May 1002 1Ci C C CALHOUNt f 7 W Bgeiver nlP irq rtW t Insurance Co TheNorthwesternis strictly a Mutual Company and jits policy QiSTorer 150000000 JL Maslerson and tr GO Wharton Agehts Ffky Ho ey and Tar is peculiarly X miafteivforatthraa brpnchitls and jJ lM M e eHSold by WoodRobertson ojhA wv r I 1wr J I r I s aw i wa rt iww ln1ii Wi1 News From The County J j Happenings Among the County People ii- n J v as Reported by our Correspondents ftnft ft 1 w TalhamI Springs i I Grantr11Scott a 10 pound boyotf Rev Campbell filledlEis regu Jia lappointment hr Sunday Rev Hatchettof Mt Eden passed day through QUIT village Sun Mrs Marissa Carey is visiting CarevatMaudtWs RlchrdCareyand wife of hiarpsvilleSunday Wehavebeen blessed withi ia neededLI Mr Cave Johnson and his future wife visited his brother J P Johnson of thisplace Sunday Esq John Gordon and family 11Pf lathROCkbridgeiVicinityviSit hisparents here SundaySe SeDiedMrLJames Carter of near Puiliam Her remains were interred in th neeShirleyR andlRoland Pinkston visited Mr Alex Hayes and family atCorr inL dashviUe faMigirlSundayhi wi placethorganizedhere Dennis to superintend I don t seewh weshould of Hthethe country pMrLat ucinda Keeling were married home of the bride Sunday morning and attended church at T iathamiiG wish them success GHfLPLN jTMr C W Rush and wife spent Thursday with D B Sutherland and family Miss Bettie Cokendolpher Iis visiting her sister at Normandy is week Mr Fred Grigsby of your toNormMiss Lizzie and Nettie Huston nd Jenetta Dawson visited Eva utherland last week Messrs Hark Hays and Sam eam of Bardstown were herE several days last week fishing Mr Chas Yates and wife and ttle son of Antioch visited rela ves here Saturday and Sunday The fishing party from Chaplin that was to be Saturday has peen postponed on account off rain a Master Frank Rowland of near here has diphtheria but is gettuig along nicely at this writing Rev E S Baker has returned home after a three weeksrvisit to his relatives in Kansas and Oklahoma dThisi being rapidly put up Chaplin isi on a boom and we hope soon to see a new Methodist church going up A protracted meeting will b atgin the Chaplin Christian church the second Sunday in May Rev J B Jones will do the preaching H MQORES7ILLE Miss Louise Settle is improv iing slowlytCut worms are numerous in our vicinity This will be the banner week com planting this season Seventeen persons took in the excursion last Sunday Mr Richard Balltown is visiting relatives here Several of our neighbors at tended church at Mt Zion last SundaySSeveral of our citizens took in county court at Springfield llast MondaySMr Ham Sweeney has pur chased a new buggy So lookout girls fie will be around removerOtthis week from Louisville One of Mr Jas Smiths chil dren and two of W H Boblitts children are sick with pneumonia We were sorry to hear of Judge Bakers death and also qf Squire Hatchetfs misfortune f Qe iWifii f Ed Gusick has removed his saw mill at Booker and is sawing fpr Ed Grigsby Jesse Mann and j her IjMr Logan Shehan had a horse lastWedQesda as yet recovered him Now is the time to hayje the turnpikes worked so as toget th olesettle them by winter Rev Wm Stallings will preach s farwell sermon at New Hope Baptist church next Sunday which is the first Sunday in May Mr Oliver Gribbens returned from Taylor county last Thurs day bringing his bride with him We extend congratulations Mr Tom Sweeney and wife attended church at Chaplin fork st Sunday to hear Rev Wm Stallings preach his farewell rmon The young folks stormed Mr and Mrs Jt M Lynch last Wed sday night They were wel- tcome and all report having i good time The people of Mooresville were mad happy last Wednes y morning by hearing the oldt miliar sound of the John R Moore bell It sounded like Cudge was a ringing itlf Hardesfy Schoolhouse i Little Viola Goodlett is ill at this writing Born to the wile of Mr Lee ayden a fine girl There hs been but little corn anted in this community Tom Colvin and wife attendedI church at Mt Olivet SundaySW H tJraytJ day Sa iixW ut again aiEerhaving a severe attack of measles Mr Cal Seay and wife visited friends at Chaplin Saturday and Sunday Mr anaMrs Preston Moore were the guests of Mrs Mattie Bane Sunday Thompson Yankey Co bought a nice bunch of hogs from F W Gray at 6c Mr S P Chesser and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wallace Seay at Valley Hill John Williams and family and John Mcllvoy and wife spent Sunday with Mr J L Williams and family Mrs J L Williams and Mrs J W Hays spent last Thursday with Mrs John Mcllvoy at Will iisburg Hubert Virgin of Maud and Will CuLt of Mooresville called on their best girls here Sunday evening Bro Fizer filled his regular appointment at Mt Zion Sunday morning and night He will Ipreach to the little folks the second Sunday in May Mrs Eliza Me Alister happened tto a very painful accident Sun ay evening while on her way home from Mr Bruce Williams with her two little grandchildren throwingthemMrs McAlisters armI awuiiisnuiii Mr JC Burns sold a surrey to Mr C Cheatham last week for 65 Mr W A Armstrong of Ui 115l place visited friends at McAfee llast weeklJ L Searcy and wife of your own visited T W Reeds family llast Suuday Mr Steve Colvin and wife visited relatives at Kirkland On llast Sunday Quite a number of our citizens attended county court in Sprug bold Monday Mr Thomas Riley is still on the sick listWehope he mayj recover isoon j ILMr W F Gibbs and wife were visiting relatives in Anderson coUnty last weekiWe are glad to report that Miss Ddra Crouch is better She has bad the measles Quite a crowd of young people attended the singing at cor villu lastSunday evening nishI E D Wells was in Louisville llast Supday He was accompa nied by littleR rold Brown Mr Rufus poster and Miss Nora cI1voy spent the day with Ivan C iey and wife at Tatbam Spring last Sunday iiWWW Mrs Sallie Sutherland andr Master Fred returned homeafter a few ddys visit with Dr S thutherlandRill ZENOINackville bWillyear d mare of Milton csweeney fo- rmi Albert Powell bought a sow ajid9 pl sof Will Turner for 2250 Will Cocanougher bought Sa2 year old horse colt l of Merritt Carrier for 165 DemfCity Oklahoma Quite a number of our young people attended the singing sc i ol at Cornishville last pdayDeerwood Shewmaker bought 3 sows and 26 pigs of Lizzie Wright for 62also bought a budch of shoats at 3 61 apiece CJVyyeoff and Case sold an 800 Ib steer to Gabe Shewmaker at 4c Hdan pourn hogs to Harry Riley at 6 cents W P Hatchett soldtthree new Cincinnati buggies to different p forarties6 year old combined mare to Bob Mayes for 575 G Milton Sweeney so14 a bunch of 200 pound hogs to Peters and Co at 6cents and bought- a bunch of shoats of Josh Simros at 25Oprhead Wilbur Peter sold ii bch of U8 pound hogs to AMi Sheilds wwtiiId sold two ws ao ElfihefimakeryMVill Bottom sold a combined 7 year old mare to Pontiser and Dodd of Wilmore for 75 and bought a combine 7 year old mare of Oscar Botou for 80 Willie Rayborne sold a com bined 3 year old filly to Frank Simms of your tovn for 85 and bought a 4year old horse off Will Sutton for 85 also bought u bunch of 78 pound shoats off Alex Sutton for 6 ctspuFOltysl Honey and Tar contains no o and c thhildrenD thrugCo55 McllYIIRE Mr Robert vjontguraery is no better Mr J P Simms was in your city on business last Friday Mr Jind MrsB Hill visited SundayIIillof Miss Lossie Fields visited Misses Jaggie and Cora Bland f SorditFarmersbusyJtheir crops Severdi have fi cornIMr Reed yourtiSpaidIMr Johunie Siinms near Leb janou visited hisuncl J B Hall Sundayin operation performed last week is thisIsome better at writing Mrs Martha Glascoe sold her houseandlot for 300 Mr Bal Hardl of this pace taking acknowC l edgementbSpring has come with tsrgreen ovliness and the refresh ing rain which came Monday mornhg only made Mother Earths green carpet the richer and more lovely to behold Mr Sam Abel of St Marys was in this section last Saturday t and bought several bunches offo fat beep from irnms and Bros vSidranging from 4to 6 per head I Misses 1ary Jand Melissa Dowling entertained several o their friends Sunday last Among the crowd were Mr John Cia art SmithIMr Twiman Keen and Miss Bell i Smith Mr Tom Wheatly abi MrI8 Smith VereIWe were quite sorry to hear of the death of Miss Piety Smith of your city She was aI personal friend of your o reslpondent and was known to be a most lovable lady in every respect J Her friends were number dr You Can LoadaHorseto water butyou cant make him drink You cant make him eat either You can stuff food in to a thin mans stomach but at doesnt make him use it Scotts Emulsion can make Jhim use it How By mak ing him hungry of course Spotts Emulsion makes a thin dyhungryalIover Thought a thint body was naturally hun gry didnt you Wellit isnt A thin body is asleep not workinggone ona strike It doesnt try to use its food Scales Emulsion Awakes up puts it to work again making new flesh Thats the- ywa to getfat Send for free sample BCOTT BOWNE Pearl St NY and all dru gisU = = = ed Iasantgreet every one who came within her presence Her fond parents and loving brothers and sister and friends have the sympathy off every one ealthILesson In ealthy kidneys filter the impuvi ties from the blood and unless they impobSlbleFoleys kdaeyu and will positively cure all ms of kidney and bladder diseases It strengthens the whole system Sold by WoodRobertson Drng Co I PULLIAM The measles have subsided in this end of the county oMIll is visiting relatives here Born to Mr sand Mrs W r Terell a boy to Mrs Samuel le a gill MrJfehn Conway who was burning brush failed to control the tire which being driven bSa high wind burned about 200 panels of fece for Walter Terell and had it not been for the tire brigade the Methoaist church would have been destroyed by the con aglion The old adage An ill windI blows nobody good struck your correspondent the 22ndI after rchasing some hogs from J B Mitchell and while taking them home tjiey died on the way I en ran my buggy from under e shed and while getting my buggydown1 r tearingjoff the top Mr Editor what could have been worse than this and all the same daY 9 On Sunday last n strange phe nomenon alarmed our citizens It seemed to have taken place in the sky and made a renoru similar to a monstrous explosion dynamite followed by Founds as if made by a trumpet T ohisments greatly startled many people near Pulliam and Tat ham prings Many people believe was an earthquake others be eve it was a falling meteor while others insist from the ef lects it produced on the physiognomy that Gabriel must have to oted his trumpet Otto Will CUre cossnnptlona A A 1ierr n Finch Arkwritetl Foleys Honey and Tar ie the best reparation for coujjhv cod anaj rung trouble I know ft had cured consumyjtion in the first itafres foUl t hy Wood RobertsonDrug Co Piles are not only the iiios painfitl inllflamede rectum is producted They Jhculd e cured by Tabler Bnokeye Oint tut It vill cure the most obstinate oases Price 50 ignts in bottles tubes 75 cents For sale by Haydon and Rob ertson Revalatlon If you will make inquiry it will be a revalation to you how many succumb kidney or bladder trouble in one am or another If the patient is not beyond medicinal aid Foley 8I idney Cnre will cure It never din sapoint Sold by WoodRobertPon Drug Co Turnipf is about the twentieth part of an Inch In dlahie er and yet in the course of a few months this seed will be enlarged by the soil and the air into 27000000 times its original bulk and this In addition to n bunch of leaves It has been round y experiment that a turnip seed nderu fair conditions increase its own weight fifteen times in a minute Tur nips growing in peat ground have boon round to Increase more than 15000 times the weight of their seeds In a d aySThere a Difference City Editor Why do you say He ran Into the police station puffing and blowing Pufflng and blowing re synonymous tleporter Not at oiL Theres a vast dlTerence for Instance between purr- Ing a man up and blowing him up Catholic Standard and Times 5 J L ljj liilijj ijj lIi jiii i + kA1IbI4Itt4b4114lt UjW if i W rBuy Bii 1 i n it 1 1h i tjS f bufe r i t if Cr rd h Style Call and make a selection and be read for priJl Al itii SEEDING TIME 1 Z 1r 1 j 5 1 i I tL i fi makee a Specialty of Seed Oats 4 3tfI THOMPSON GREEN ft s SPRINGFIELD KY fr f f f fO f t t ftfOt f O L IL iii m it r r m ftm mm THE SCOTCH RESULT7 fielntr the Point of the Joke 1 tIiu1nWilliam Inglls was a visitor at a1 Scotch yacht pub on the Clyde daring a regatta week and one night he wa- lledca on ron a story Knowing ho tho1densl 1 ed story he could think of It was the old chestnuj of the inebriated Irishman who met a policeman and asked him the time Three oclock said the pclceman 01 didnt hear said the Irishman Three oclock the cop yelled Shure Ol illdnt hear that plthpr The cop then hit him three whacks n the head rth his club Did you hear tbnt4oasktd ShOre saId Pat 01 heard and Ol do bo fur thlnkiri its tliaii am that 01 didnt mate ye at twllvp There was not a ripple of apprecia tion on the jaw of Scotch faces be tore lIlini suld Mr Inglis They one and all were blank and slowly Ilchi Scotchman drained his whisky to hide the fact Suddenly said Mr Inglls I saw an old Scotchman in the tAr corner break In to a smile Slowly he removed woutnbut ye conan blame the poHcemon f6r a that It do be a wee bit hard to be asked thesame question three times That is what I call the Scotch result Mr Inglis concluded ew York Tribune Where Dinner Cost PIe Cents X large proportion of the population of Ndplcs live at public khchens ox cooking stau which are found on ery block in the densely settled portions of the towit They are generally dingy llittle rooms the walls blackened twith the grease and smoke of generations In the rear is an old fashioned fireplace with a number of pots and kettles from which savory steam arises Ehe largest is always for macaroni for that Is the staff of life The others contain soup and various kinds of fish und ycgetnbleswltne on the counter which Visually projects Into the street the cooked food Is spread put In large pans and bowls The customers come along wh pans and buckets look over the stock and make their selection The prices are remarkably low Fish vegetables fruit and macaroni the chief articles of Neapolitan diet are cheaper here it Is said than in any ther place in ihe world and at one of these cool ng shops a good dinner can be obtained for 2 cents and enough for a family for 0 centalChicago Record braid Velocity of Meteorite The singular fact has be demon s rated thai while tbemost Ettainsabout 1500 mIles per hour meteorites arc known to Qermente the air with a velocity of 10000 or even 00000 meters per second This unthinkable speed Instantly raises the temperature the ir to 4000 or 0000 degrees centigrade Tht Apple A correspondent sends us a little story of his infant eon His mother was telling Tommy about the apple and the garden of Eden when the child who resided in tho country and bad a lively recollection of windfalls remarked But mummy It would not have mattered so much would it if she had picked one off the ground Loudon Life Great Industrial Dlacoverleji It Is not the boy who Is surrounded ti by the best Implements and tools that iiOMiulty can manufactured but an Ell Vbltney making n cotton gin In a cel lar In till south with the simplest tools or a Cuuard whittling the model orn ship with Jnckknlfe that makes great Industrial dIseoverlesSnccesg- An nten o Adaptation Tblnncrtin represented an Indian brave at the masked ball Oh was that It have been labor Ing under the Impression that lie went as a feather duster Washington Times E Luck I am a firm believer in luck Vhy some people are so unlucky that wcft they to travel bnckwnrd they woufd stub their toeSan Francisco Bulletin Old age makes a speclaltyof i disco t erlng lost opportunities Chicago News Sick Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dyspepsia biliousness 25c Alt druggIsts Want your moniucho or beard a be tUul brown or rich black Then uie T I BUCKINGHAMS DYE f oVilari f t tc II1V aff fiIfi i nowLdil nobljtjSt if f lay and Any Prioc1I L 4tjwe1 Northern T Headache ni ftft Insurance JIt rRevered ff rSOUTUfRN MUTUALS t lKlii IWjj investment 1Iompdnyt f Of Lexington Ky I n W 140tiIt10 yll ft mi f f AGENT 1 j rSpringfield Ky tii i 1i h CEMENT 1 r ifAt Lowest Prices t tftft rOGHLUMBERDRESSEDLUME1t l Nf t J T7i7i iJe IEASHfart DOORSr l tLATH and SHIWQLES SI 73 Iq0NTRACTING r J linlntebu1Id1nglineattheSpRlripFELD i j CALL M1 l GET mESitt i The pring Of1902r1 t t a t it StHDdm stcbwPIct t t of assortrnerStylish Y JCnthlDgi jV desire to especifllly call your ittniioiffib ou iluebfi DREg GOODSE 1 j ib l r ctgtv l7SWliitb we vsbeciahayr boo vcoeJA jn ele tl ni and whichconmder a bpringl S stock that for Viiriel dud beauty otde1ofgn 4 r basoever beensurpassed 10 Sprlnfffieldf We iDiv ask that the ladies call acd see fOr t t themselves I r4 r g i r To Our MCII Friends d t Jt We desi supply to siate ihatwe ure lpr ti1 7 IJIrfP to PIT TOD OUT in the verJaustSstyfes In Clothing Shoes1 Hats and 6tP i 0 inenswear Ourstoci is JreshfandiCtriii tP to date in Ievery tespectv Vf jt it 17 r ej o mindsnfjburi 1i GOOD vAi UlIES J rSI- n trtc i every Department t V trL i Andvneltyou bUYfroJnqslt fan im i will et a dollars worth ftirljverv Qtlarl speDdvnnd that mean oyonr We are alwaysl ready sht wfcap We Give Rebate Stamps ii firuindy Claybrodke 1 Mcllflrcl SPRINGFlKtAXt i l4rSgcnalaaLaxativetho remedy thatcurei a eeM te ea e Mr tt it Ftifeys thney IIIIIitE ft i912 JIcIsO Thecob KIIl4n wkstys r T F r TwT iii 7 Jt J r ptfI1 BIJIl i OH I t tit pifTlbENTIT L f IT EXTRACTED iTFHOUT FAINt1 i Hftgaa JWocki up stnlliS SPRINGFIELD KY xiy AI1 Dental Work Strictly lI Firstclass fiORDTHii11 J TISTnCj4KllAlti BtflLDIN rrmae1y1Iocate JitMNGFIELD KY I 0 Il MPr9 N RI J t J dIoE psIuOpcmUose jl SiOKiJ 4 SPift4 GFIELD KY f JFFIOEDr RiDe b rts for asroues over Peoples1 Depo- silBakOcehours 1gro2pm FGRIGSBY i ATTORNEY AT LAW OjHcc ovar Peoples Bank BPBINOFJELIJ KY t v TNIEY CIISN THE FBWERS- Thil writtea in midOctober Tie long FadinaJIllUM Wd are signs of the season Fog bolt raim owthel are coming You ivME wberlaat Winter of J900 and 1901 The weathez aa cruel Ahl the thons Mclm itJolted sad the hundreds of thots aadfi it auimed and crippled Oh the Mg1 gmp it laid ommen at work vromes I at hoae and children in cribs and cradles Coogks that began before Thanksgiving Dayrackingandtssringtherastil1 ye- saB4gowgworse as they dig deeper t- otetired thuoat and lungs Many werecuitdt byning Bensons Porona Pies 0ergFor the soothing and lealing 6l tipid PkStera iis ironderfol They co- nqti coip1aIti- M TilT AK KUIMI THE EIPLE Xo otber plaiter no other medicine or ap plicatio eMicoHipare with them Cough colds backache rheumatism lumbago kiiMy and liver troubles asthma influ esssthej all go down beforO Bensons PlMtwrak a now image in the sun Tot cant ihrow money away on aBen on Plaster Everybody is going to ise them this i MOB But make certain you get the gea Iaet 111 druggists or we will prepay poakage oa any number ordered in the ljaiied States on receiptpf 25p each t ftiabvrj Jb Johnton Mfg Chemists NY Mimbrino By J 6997 i t StANfiARD AND REGISTERED This welkpOwnilnd11neltbred koraewiIImake the season of19028tJ myiabIan r Willlsba- nrAtf12f to Insure a LiJingColt Mambrlno Boy Jr sire of Voo 218 a solid black and stands full 16 hands WgbjjRrand looking stallion andTcertaiuycne ot the handomei1 t IbosoZbIafamily That be will get Jrptters antI producers his pst rqcbrd will show possessing tb blood ot legreat Mambrlno Patchen Clay Hanabletbnlah and Thoroughbred Smaking a powerful union of perform lug and producing I ralnslIe is by tbe gratetlSOIi of the renowned r Mainbrinp Pat dam is by the Sentinel bentH18 but brilliant career stamped equal of bis illustrious brother V linnteer 5wjs GIBBS t V yvilllsburu Ky BIeA Grass Nurseries SFRINQ igd2 Firmt and Ornamental Trees Grape Vtne i Small Frnitsi Asparagus everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We sell direct atril ht price- s toUUeplattter and have no agents Strawlieirr and general catalogue on applcatibn to r He HILLPNMZYER- 4 LexingtonKylUdsey ta Wkatllrijeyi AnsWer It is jmade from a pre acrlptipnof ti leading Chicagopbysl ld dan an one Mtbmost eminent in thejfcduntcy The Jngrediants are the pt6tmbueyan buyand are 8tientiff JVlS nnb ned tog t thel r utmost Tjilvev t roo rD ci DnEAL1NO PURK JoJi CATARRH Eljs Crtti asvMMt pleasant toi5e e Contains drugI reJlEtonce CATARRHII j COlD HEADj tinagAi d protects the membrane Restores tile senses of taste and swell Largo nize60 trJalalzeDOcentsAVarrcn tiireetNew York I H iff A UrhR ISWMIV kNWOrfd i 1 TOWN WiI iiH iiHW ifiWHH Meal Happening of interest The Freshest and Latest IiIiAU About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances I c M4t3 atFredjfHagaI1 1TheCHertleins jt All kinds ot toilet and laundry soaps at Curry Tapps r i Have0QeliskUourjat Quny Tapps forofs4by Tompson8od Green Wire doors and window scree- nschpred Hagan iSonij Thompson arid Green kept1J genuine Oliver chilled plow re pahs r I A fewood liihors collars are left at 20 cents each at Curry i fandTapps jThe soda water and ice cream season has opened Youu can get thelist a 0 Hertlelns COII and seeo r12ft 15 16e roasted coffee Curry Tapp W0 have a car load of cow peas for sale in any quantity TrOMPSON GREENt Wekeepa nice line of fresh candies Curry Tapp rYebreadandpi fresh eyery day at 0 Hertleinp bakery and confectionery buIltcalVBsorJOHN A TICKER f bBooker Ky 54OST5Apair of Silver framed Spectacles Tosnit aperson aged about 60 Reward if returned to W P SCRUGGS Willisburg Ky The laying of feoncrete side walks continuesund now both sides of Main street for nearly one whole square have been laid which greatly improves than ihprbughfare The NorthternMutual InI suranceis the largest and fpstI and best annual dividend com pany doing business in theIUnited State f R Masterson and r C1Ybarton Agents John Lewis a young man from the country came to town on county court day and got too gay He made so much noise on the streets that Marshal Grace ran him in Five and costs goodLifethere is one best Dont belooled when seeking Insurance but goto an agent of the Northwestern Mutual and secure a policy that you will be proud of R Masterson and G C Wharton Agents At a meeting of the Board of Trustees held Tuesday night Mr James R Noe was appointed Police Judge for the town of Springfield to the vacancy left by the death of Judge Baker The appointee Is to serve until thfinext elcction which will be in November when a Judge is to tje elected for the full term The sending of Squire Berry Hatchett to the Lunatic asylum 1has caused a vacancy in the office of Magistrate in the north iand Willisburg district which must be filled by appointment the Governor Mr R D Riley it is said will get the place as he has recieved a strong endorse ment 4 Frank W Simms Co haveS assumed charge of the new ery stable recently built by Mr- S B Thompson The new firm is composed of Ben F J hn F and Frank W Simms and they propose to conduct a firstc ass uptodate livery sale and feed stable TEey have some good horses and a new outfit of yehi cles IBen Lucy1y1erand got married They drove to the home of Rev W M Stall ings near town and calling the minister to the door at jabput 10 mduedshimto tie the nuptial knpt The young pedpte are from the Vailey Hill neighborhood and are well known Other marriage TO rICK I licenses issued from tie clerks office this week were Sam Tar antud Mary Lbguej Mr Winnie Kaifs and Lucy Keeling See our line of f Queensware and glassware Curry Tapp Protect yourself and family from fut re JRant by securing a policy in the Great Old North western Insurance Co R Masterson and G C Wharton Agents IMr R Masterson District Agent for the the Northwestern Life Insurance Co is here in the interest of his company and he and Mr G G Wharton the local agent are out among the people hnstling for buisness LOST oil STRAYED From my place one mile north of Mooresville on the Mooresville and Mt Zion turnpike on Wed nesday night April 23d a dark bay horse IB hands high seven years old without any white ex cept in mane aused by collar mark smo0th shod all around and with no marks or blemishe- sI will pay a reward of 10 fort recovery of the horse LOGAN SHEHAN Mooresville Ky A special from Lebanon says Mr S P Deringer and Miss Lulie O N6al of Washington county eloped from their home yesterday afternoon and drove to this city where they were married bj the Rev A C Graves at the Norris House City Tax Collector Johnson and MrW G McChord Jr were the only witnesses Mr Deripger iis a well known young fanner of the Valley Hill neighborhood anJ the bride is the daughteri of Mr R 1 ONeal and is quite popular Squire Berry Hatchett a member of the county board of Magistrates from the North and Willisburg district was before the County Judge last week on a writ of lunacy Sqiiire Hatchett had been suffering with mental disturbance for several days and after a trial before a jury he was declared of unsQund mind and ordered sent to the insane asylum Mr Hatchett is about 60 years yearsold ia veteran of the union army and was a highly respected citizen having served several terms as county magistrate Greatest sympathy is felt for the old gentlelan and his family in his affliction We received an anonimous communication this week from Polinin which the writer pro ceeds to jump on to one of his neighbors with both feet for an action on the part of the neighbor which it appears did not meet with the approval of the writer We make it a rule never to publish on anonimous communication particularly one of this character so if the writer of this one is afraid to sign his name and stand the consequences the airing of his opinion of his neighbors will have to be indefi nately postponed It has often been a source of regret to the editor ofthis paper that he was not born bulletproof and big enqugh to do the fighting for all of those cautious readers of the NEWSLEADER who want to use him but we have battles of ourownand we beg to be excused fromtaking on any outside en gagements for the present at least iTwo dead game sports from Simms who wore in town last Saturday came to greif as a re sult of acting too smart in a way that will prpbably teach them a lesson There names are William Gluption and Charles Yankey They had been to town and started home pretty well filled up on liquor and before they got out bf town one of them began shooting his revolver from the buggy in which they were They drove on rapjdly out the Perryviille pik In the mean time Marshall Grace and Con table Albert Kfmball procured a vehicle and proceeded to follow The taien were traced to the little Village of Simms where the officers walked in upon them Ina large tobacco barn with a crowd of companions Gluption and Yankey were singled out and brought to town where they confessed the former paying a fine of 50 with the trimmi- ngsandthe0 5CtENilfljI= r 1t1t1t Court Day SaiectThere was about un average eourt day crowd in town on1 Monday and the offerings ofii the market werestock on what greater than usual there being nearly 250 head of cattle Ilm the market Buyers were however and only a few cattle changed hands The fol lowing sales were reported by auctioneer S M Campbell 8 yearling steers at 2055 per head 9 same at 26 10 same at 2655 one bull for 4130 6 steer calves at 1675 8 same at 20 one cow and calf 35 one cow for 20 13 twoyear old steers aU 28 one plug horse for 1175 one cow for 2075 one steer 3275 one plug horse for 20 65 Col R E Whayne reports the following 13 calves at 1975 one cow for 35 9 sheepat355 perhead one mare for 7050 T J Hord Dead Mr Thomas J Hord died at his home this place at 5 oclock on last Monday afternoon after an illness of several weeks of pneu monia and stomach trouble He had been in declining health for several months but his con dition was not considered serious until he was taken down with pneumonia about two weeksago from which he never rallied The deceased was 54 years of age and had been a resident of this county for about twenty years continuously except for a hort interval when he and his family lived at Somerset Fora number of years Mr Hord wasa farmer in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood and was quite a successful man in business affairs He and his wife have been conducting the Hord Hotel in spring field for the past three or fot r years Besides his wife tWQ sons Dr HuberH and John Hord survive The funeral services were held at the Christian church yesterday morning and the burial took place at Pleasant Grove Died Miss Piety Smith eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John R Smith and one of the most popular young ladies of the town died on last Sunday morn ing at the home of Mr John Y Mayes after an illness of only one week with meningitis She was enjoying her usual good health up until the day she was taken down Her illness was of a desperate character from the beginning and althoughl all that medical skill and tender nursing could do was done nothing could stay the hand of Providence that had called her from friends and loved ones in this world to that higher life beyond the grave The deceased was about 22 years of age and had been a valued employee in the storeof Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire She was a general favorite with all and by her lovely dispositipn and genuine worth made many warm friends who sincerely mourn with her greifstricken parents and near relatives over the taking away of this brignt young life for whom the world might have held many pleasures The funeral took place on Mon day morning from St Dominic church of which the deceased was a devout membe- rOsfeopathy in Springfield Dr Charles Moore the Osteo pathic physician of Lebanon will visit Springfield three days in each week Monday Wednesday and Friday beginning Monday April 14 Hewill have his office at the Cleaver House and office hours from 2 oclock till 5p m No charge for examination and consultation at office Refer ences W C Courts Lebanon Col J B Carlisle Mr W R Spaldmg Mr Joe Shreve S T HogartyMr CountyClerk OlarksonS Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co is the policy holders company Reduces its premium by paying annual divi dends R Masterson and G C Wharton Agents Foleys Kidney Vurs- knkiJocfandUa43cr Zij1tQ dir Th PERSUNAL r Miss Lizzie Waters went to Lebanon yesterday Mr T Scott Mayes Was in Frankfort lint week on business Mr E N Hundley of Lebanon wIIamong the court day crowd Monday Mr J R Shqud of Winchester is here visiting his sister Mrs McLangh Un Rev Wm M Stallinga will preach his closing sermon at New Hope church Sunday May 24th Mr Jewett Browne of Bloomfield spent Sunday and Monday with his father and sisters liere Mr taley Scruggs has gone to Martlnsvijle Ind to take the baths at that place for rbeumatlslPJ Miss Sue Irvine of Lebanon is visiting her sister Miss Bottle at the home of Mr arid Mrs A 0 McElroy Mesdames Cecelia Barber and Sallieled3irtle of Bardstown were here Monday to attend the funeral of Miss Piety Smith Miss Mary Browne who 6aa been at Hopkinsville for several months re turned last week and will remain InI Springfield Miss Nellie B Irvine the accomplished daughter ofMr F M Irvine ofOhaplin is visiting at the home of Rev Stallings Mr Gorge cocano gher of Texas paid this office e call yesterday and ordered the NBWSTLEADBK sent to his bro 1er Jake at Nevada Ky Mr F P Sanabury formerly of this county but now a prosperous mer chant of Louisville shrfking bands with his old frienja here this week Messrs W F Booker Bob Noe and J C Shader returned Saturday from Tat bam Springs Mr Booker wae considerably benoQtte by his trip and was at his office yesterday Mr T L Grundy and wife 6fr BlooMfield and Mr J B Grundy and jwifq of Burdatown were visiting at the home or Mr Thomas S Grundy las Sunday Mr and MM Arthur Vance pent tbo j nit week WHh relatives lnre Mra J L Janus Mr Vancen mother hac one on with them for a visit tbeir home in inyeland atI Mr Tom Montgomery Journed last IITaxasII Tern says the West jis a wonderful country and the crop outlook for this year is fi06tt Dr Miles Saunders accompanied by his daughter Mrs Charles R McDow eliot Danville stopped over here last week and spent two days with friends Dr Saunders had been attending tbe meeting of Transvlvanij Presbytery at Danville Sliaders Specials Fresh fish every Friday Sodawater Kdko Kola and Phosphates served with ice Try our Vienna coffee Its excellent Garden seeds at half price We are selling stacks pf Hoky Pokey cakes Everybody likes them Try our Snow Flake bread Lemons apples bananas andI oranges1 A fresh stock JOSEPH A SHADER Public Sale I will offer my household and kitchen furniture for sale a Aunt Mary Thompsons house on Saturday May 10thr commencing at 130 p me One second hand piano one side board 1 cot bedsteads carpets tables chairs stoves kitchen utensils and other things tad numerous to mention Terms of sale cash Dr W 0 GRIGSBY When You Intogo Drag StoreIto get a bottle of it carefully to see if it is made by Perry Davis and dont be pursuaded t0 take something just as good because it is a few cents cheaper There s only cne Painkiller Perry Davis I Large bottles 25 andO Cents You never heard of anyone using Foleye Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Sold by WoodRobertson DrugCo FANCY BOYJThis celebrated combined stallion wni make the season of 1902 at FOREST HOME five miles west of Springfield at I 3 to insure a living colt This horse istoo well known t3 the horse breeders of tblSj vicinity to need any further description His colts are among1 the best in the county J W KELLEY TROUBLES OF J BULL MUCH EXERCISED OVER THE WAR OFFICE SCANDALS jJ ero ot War Fnrid to Foelfeta of Contractor llns houvcil Hip Ire IWetJ ttonbless abroad The Boers have fulfilled to the letter their promise that the price of their liberty would stagger humanity Nowcomemoney tended for the suppression of the South African wa7lutoand to cap the climax it is hinted that c tokeeprdThe gOoddealtheUmltseemsftoIn the tight little isle Becent disclosures apparlentarmyhave auigars ill for the war office Hon W Bt John Brodrick secretary of state for war in Introducing the army estimates 345550000 to the house of commons entered into a defense of the war office contending that Itbe work has heen done well consider IIngthat r men and 245000 horses are being ed in South Africa Judging from recent and promisedi disclosures however scarcely any of the supplies for the army in South Africa were secured on business prin ciples Speculatfng contractors are now known to have mad hundreds of thousands of dollars by reselling con tracts It Is openly stated in England that the contract for meat for the army was first resold at 50000 premium and then at 200000 while Cecil Rhodes and the De Beers group handed over 1000000 and thus finally cured tho privilege of supplyin thc troops in South Africa with meat The horse purchasing scandal is an other raw spot oa John Bulls epidermis and has had a very disquieting ef fect on the public mind During the Crimean war there were similar jacan CCT WT scss czoxuucs British secretary for wU1 dais but that affair is such ancient history that it is altogether forgotten or was never known to the present generation So that the exposures of the horse purchasing scandals have come as a genuine shock to the moral- Ists who have been fond of holding up the British virtues for other nations to copy Recently it has come to light through the medium of a French horse denIer that trends before which those of thc Crimean times palo have been perpe trated This Individual stated to a newspaper correspondent that he was making a fortune out of the English by selling thorn the most wretched crocks ot horses only tit for the bone yard at prices that were simply as tounding The offices who bought tba horses knew very well that they were doctored All they wanted was to ship over ns many heads as was possible In a given number ol days and no one can maintain that they did not succeed in this questionable purpose The war could probably have been concluded by this time if Lord Kitchener had been provided with flt and proper horsesI The secret of Do Wets last out und the inability of the Brit lab commanders to catch him la ex plalned because their horses were not equal to the task Whilti these criticisms of ute war of lice ate being publicly alrc l thereyis proceeding beneath tbe surface are volt that threatens to be of oven great vr importance Leading officers in the volunteers many of theta noblemen are working against Mr Brodricks now volunteer regulations Mr Brodr lick wants a conscription Should his idea prevail the volunteers would cease to be an effective force and furnish the war office with a strong argument for compulsory military service These are some of ute disagreeable outgrowths of the South African war which John Bull must now face I IS CLEMENTS Is the man to see about Upholstering and repairing Furniture AWnings I for Doors and windows furnished and put up Also- tSCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS dJ Make a specialty of taking measure ments furnishing and hanging odd size shades Keep on hand samples Headquarters at present J Y Mayes Irea Furniture Store t Q7 I Y- Spring1ieId f M fC arriagri ilrSign bftSv i a L gSGHtEIBERGERPrlr ii and Sign i l1 trim tlj 8ATISFACTKJN 1 J At the Old Casey Shop 1 cz fliJ W I t lee Invite Your InspectIOn i fift Of our I Stpclc of NEW GOODS Spring Dress Goods ifl all the newt a vV shades Whie Goods ih all the new Ir fir weaves Waist Goods in SilKs Silk OA Ginghams Madras ana Mercerized Effects J n W e arenoivpri pared to show a completeJstockI Ofr 1 CLqTHI G The large and t most Hrac jv e we havet ever shQwhafl i r LOWER IB PRICE Thanr Wa find els9heie5 7 Fine rrigettPiiiUife1f III Carriage w 1 jjj8doneto flii GUARAHTEEDcS r elegant m Just opened out a largI I Stock of J4IIf iRd qav CORSETS1tThe r White Pink andBlueS = IDont fail to visit our Wall Paper Carpet taee Curiain and Rug Depart ment it Iis now more orppletetbanV ever before In Shiceswe lirejshojying Vici Kid Patent Calf Patent kidf Velour Calf Box Calf ftc 4J Smade ori all last from the plainest to the JBj S most extreme Call and examine them W lWe Guarantee to Suit you m Westill exeuda special invitation to cash buyrs eAlways giving special cash prices Thanking yo for J past favors an4 soliciting continuaUon of ypucpatrooHf we remain Yours TrulySCunmiWain IDuncan tfREBKTEht On July 4thwewill give to th two perapnf cpllfecting the most Rebate Stamps choicof- a fine polished Rocker or a handsornlanIquet Lamp EXTRA t Here are theStoresrlhatwantyourChj Trade and will give ybii Rebate Stamps RUJlQlyCLA R QKEct lcI WIU tj A v compIet tine dry good for spring andgwsci ttlNo trouble to sb6w goods i tP I JOHN C SHADER iHfk 1 The grpcerwhoj appreeUtes your trade We k ej r ryt iac- WOODROBERTSON fj i DIiUq CJoS V vv rt 1D sand ToiietAriclesWs ot lY I D ROBERJSON cSON tfi f1iHardware eveiybing for theFarpier and Hoildw Mao Grew if JOHN Y MAYES LtI Puruitureapd tizidertkInghle goodarjproatpt M spv Tir 1 rat ntion at all tIne i t I r N SJXsk for ant of our supplement showing a few of omi many cheal prem iumi t t v ti i 1ct g Eerily those are the days off f f grpat projects Soinef years ago t a iuinwrote a pamphlet advo jfe aiwgi the constructioa of a J5r great railway toy connect North j Ia South America and onlyr jucceeded in getting himselfi 1 called Vidortaiy crank This weet the resident transmittedI c tol 3bngress a report frOI1 the Secretary of State concerning tbetl tibPf the Pan America Congress recently held in Mex ico Cityon tfcequestion of a fan American railroad and endors Infi ffiejcecommendation of the 9Con ss tbaMhe United States ap12ill a comlissiEn t9 investi igaii rr ort 011 ti feaslbil- vi itY f the construction of the railroad in tub following ttvords- 41recomniendi an appropriation ijyiGorjgirefsofthesumof 200 if OOOf oras much hereof as may be necessary tot enable the Com toissioners to visit central arid srtthtmericalp carry the pur ppoeof the resolution into effect and tpmvestigate and report on- t th nieans of extending the coin mrceth United States Syith tHiose regions Tlje resolution adopted by the Pan American Ckmgrea a cop of which went jni the Presidents message t 0t roni vfgndorses the ijPa- nAnferican Rafiroith fandp1aeS t its Jengtb at 45G t ttAt 184290271 which i iiamy beyond the highest estiLl meoi the iC tof the Isthiani K Cia1tf apt Clark of baitleshil Ore gon fame has declined to serveatV f- asrthec Naval m =tlfthee tother iporonation of Kiug Edward an do ri Rear Admiral Watson has been t opiointed in hii place I iis semi officially Jiivefi out tJ1adgte C3rks reason fortdeclineingwas ttdbe didncit feel able toP o tie mon yibatwouldbe riecels t rjro5tnememberiof theeni177 1 jbaynrth pay heiy on ex enses butliere iis reason ffor c th susiicioitj3at the prinip a reaJon WsGa la l t uirjfl anguess to bft part of the royal rr Isliciw JBepubMcIn Senawrs1 willllprepare a new Subau reciprocity bill sa substitute fdr he Housd biJlTpassed lasl JeltaDa will msiko it apatty measure No one Jin Washingto nwas ujjpVised whedthe President di ilI reELed the acting Sjecretary of war rto order dettVP di Eunston to sf op talking It had bem ex pectedVand hfs criticisra of Jen ff i ator Hoar by flatnfe raabe it cer lai that iit woblSi cobife Senators wetso well atisfiii lIwith the way jtije lpork WaS f70DOCOOnjpased wita word or debate anawitliota dissenting vote vJ2xSenator Carter 6f Montqna- wlib talked the last River and Aarbor bill tofdeath must hrve smiled whetflie reaalthe hews t Senator Hawley chairman of thCbnhiitteeotfMiVitary Affairs ffas nfrodnced a billior the pur jppse of detflaing the egull status at auihority of th j lieutenaut genraTof the army which he- admitsdbJr be in theiinterest 0fIIws Liasirnally pfrlpI Senator Scott may not huve j bCE1 diplomiii wbcn he r rupt3d Squttot Rviue w1uf I was speaking againstthe PhilP pl lll task Dpcs th SenJI I k Headachekiffnot necessarily suddenly vfc theintellectualrealize It consumes thoan vitality fi1steri thani nature cart tellII jwt What thomcnta temporary or complete aberration of the mind will result Headache and pain should be promptly re inoVcdbu propjorly Many pain cjires harmful than youwould thp trclxe If w I Miles Dr f i PaM IIIII i M rc1t of neur1aia I lost the itdmy right eye and the pl I4detcd Is lDCOl hensIBleDCJto take opa1tcs ostcofillfriend gave me Cue ol Dr d i Ii1Is ind it rromptly V rc 1 then purchzed aboxmd- reiv isj9nc Thc1i1veid f1Yauhter oJ nervous tad I l1cortUYreCOrntncnd e3 uW J CoiuzyeI y Drurr4 25 Dr5es 25c 4lcd 01 EFt I atortfrnk that any Senator on the floor will be influenced by anv argument fhat mij be made onhis question buf he bluntly stated the truth Senator hret never jnffluenced by argument ivhen billSrSendbraed by their party are udder consideration The ai nments are not mad witfcanji such expectance out for their efedupon the people who are sometimes influenced Craims filed with the Depart ment of State onjaccount f the Box r uprising iin r qTna imer IpO and aggr gate 2000000 ostbftLi n were madajyinis Sinhauqsj Tbe Departmorit of Stale has created a icunubrssjon composed pf Minister Conger Secretary of Legation Rain bridge and Consul Rajrsdale at Tientsin for the puspose of In vestigating every claim that has been filed and ascertaining us near ns possible the exact money value sustained by each individ ual who has filed a claimr As fast as the claims are djudi ated tbeywjli be paid Iron the fcrst iinstalment of the Chinese indem nityi which will be due inJune It is umdng the probahiliitiies that a Tariff Cotiinrission to sit during the summer and report to Congress next December will b6 Authorized at this session of Congress The advocates of such a commission claim that the appointment of such a ommis toltakei tol Ooer merely a pla3iri the game of politics TherErisndt theright est doubt that a lame majority of both bra dies of Congress bo lieve tlata revision of the tariff wild be beneficial to the eoun try at large but the difficulty cornqs ill when the attempt is made to say what schedules of the tariff ought to be revised It is the oldJold story Cut the ther fellows profits hOt dont cut mine wants others To Know I haye used DeWitts Little Early Risers for constipation and torpid liver and they arc all right Ibglad tb indorse them for I think thatl l tojlettoj don and Robefton J fAD BECAME A MANIA fcniptctl l y Ilnrvard Dool Plates a Drtctor Turned Tlilcf wItof tho Ha tvaid college library thrtt book plate collecting may sometimes develop Into a ilanicrous iiid espen give mania A few yrs ago the liar yard library found that the engraved labels which it pastes on the inside olIthe oirrs of Its Ixoks us marks qf Ha downerTsomet hhhlIrartistic merit as wtlll s for interesting associations with early cook collect Jhir In this country These were natu ineti witsfulll cHeproperty and tto Irsvms it in Ids pos s tl1dlhaving settled sutisfnclorily wKh Hvp persons to whom he had sld or given them and as the prisoner hud iepafd the expense to which the Irnry hadIcbeen put tile collcg consented to leave the matter of sentence with the court which Imposed a flue of 150 on ono court anti nut the other count on file to be brought up again later If it sliduld Il tilliCuIturetA strIkIng point in the case Is that the guilty ait lain no way a common rcrlnilnallie of doctor and his taste seem only liave made hte thefts more intelli rent anti dlscrirjinatijig however tic know the value of his peculiar booty and lie knew bow to dispose of It ills very pensonallt bcSng a protection to him In that hart of his iifslemeauor Apparently the fnd developed to a mri nia and that to kUiomnuhi in his mind A number of tlc stolen plates have not yet been traced at nil and collect nCCOlltlngraved varieties urcss there Is unmis takable evidence that they canto hon estly Into the possession of the who offers therit pctsonII nile ami tile Scotchman Eugcncj1 Field wjjs fond of relating tiifefollowlng story of James Whitcomb Riley To beguile the tediousn s of the return voyage from Europe it was proposed to give a concert In the saloon of the si1t1ijan entertainment to which all capable of amusing their fellow passengers should contribute Mr Icy was asked to recite sonic of his original poems nit of course he cheer fully agreed to do so Among the aura her present nt this inldoccan entertain ment Over which the Hev Myron IJecd presided wcic two Scoichmen very worthy gentlemen en route from the Iqmlt cakes to the land of biscuits mjon a tour of Investigation These twain shared the enthusiasm with which the auditors applauded Mr HI lley S charming recitations The mar c tll1Jnt so versaQgganhiacou1 1100 lived In1 1l1iputed for un coutlmcss andsayajmrjEw tfrfltno wonclqrfu bdnaiai ed oiie of those Scots4tbata rwuhrltImai suld be sitf a bonnlc pooV And 1cmlIla iudccd a tradesman sk IIndeedDid ye no hoar the dominie Intrjjuce h oftItslcngudopoetdividing his time hoosieryr GUPOiafste r T I The Kind You Have beenIa44 infancy ttfEct1crimentsanti CIiUdicn Expericnco against Experiment jWhatisi CASTORIA lCastorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone Drops and Soothing Sjlnps It Pleasant Itcontains Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic 7 substance Its age is its guarantee dtj tioys allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and WindColic It relieves Seething Troubles cures Coustlpationf theStomachHTho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CtNU1l1 CASTORIAALWA ccBears the Signature of ii t The KM You Rave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TIn cmTAun GTrrr mm w It jtfLjs S hrs MONEY THE SAFEGUARDS THAT HEDGE ABOUT JITS MANUFACTURE Care 7I1I TVhlcIi tJ4n tbe ShavltiRH ArcIthe Tcaaarcil Slicc8 Uncle Sams paper monoy has Its birth Ui the burma or engraving anti nrlntiub In Washlngtoj Hero a orlt of Giigyavers cut lines into plntet of Btoo Five unndrtfJ men and worn en are in otto room It is the largest IlrlutInl office in tbe world Ice arc 5trnekf notesIbaker Each steel plato when 4Q In actual use is Stored away In a great tileJtlKvskk1 each printing prlI is a jAt indicator like n bicycle cyclonic which keeps tall of every piece of ft inonoy prlntnl Thus is Uncle Sam kept Infonrievl as to ace exact number of paper nrtes of nIl deiioini natlonsj which leavo his presces dally 1If tloro Is any secret which Uncle i9nm JtwdpuBly guardIt in the process of inn nfactnrlng tho fiber jiapcr upon hl11 his moucy notes are printed llo pays a Massachusetts firm It big price for it fcnd ths t1rcudos its work under jthe slirvciUancc ti gowru inout agent The paper Is Ituretl pjf the llucst rapn cleaned boliei l and inpshed 1nto ilp As it Is rollnl into tWu sheets ulk threads are Intro- uecd into Itr a seret process lceo the flistiingnishiDg marks making lmltatiou of the jniper Wdl nigh Impossible The shcete pf paper Urridy countt twice and placed in uniform at tim papcrmHI arc ifturcd In a troi Iucry vault nud Itetiedi to the btwau ongravlas and priiftijp as wantid fore the troaiiirv they f1 couwted Uircft times mon ind the r ceixinjs official nt rhe Luroau must ciJt for ihcm Tlwn tin bniKiios ninvrapptd and the shtcts are iim twiiityroislit times by l corps of i men This Is to insure Hint acu prh er gets the recftnled 1niIIf1no less Uefoje any nujtltlytt of dKislott In which this paper is kept IIlei ve fpr honiercavh night lu must hiblt to a watchman the chum a 11 certifying tliat every frsigioij f ovtry sheet passing through his lingers has been aocountwll for t If one slice of this precious paper ht lost thje ontlip force of and wo men hiking neessto tin room whcro thc inlsplncor ont has occurred are kept In like si many school children to find It Eaih sheet is issnetl from the VaUlt for tbe printing of dptUiltc nmount of money upon it If the Itst sheet wore inteiidcd to ultimately rei- cseflt 4000 worth of notes the group of employees to cltiu the ffsponsibil tty of its mlspln Dirt bus been traced must make good that amount if they cannot locate it within a reasonable tlmo Tweni four tlnifs more are tho shoots containing the printed montY connud after leaving the presses Then ihoy cure scaled in packages of IINHI placed on rucks In a drying room of Jp T08 temperature unpacked lhorogliy 1 iccco1 Iced in owejtnl hydraulic presses and packed in rUn uses These rases are haul ed to Jo treasury hi rn Ironclad vig accttnijtt IIJtto l lLl y vlt iriduTyiair y in ijuiicmv lias y li de id As a datter of ft tli nu iey vaici PrintictItrlamIYlheletHe uponthcsealing presses the satin precautions are as with the two hundred and fifty ltg motley presses in the other bulldiuc Each sheet comins from the MiCA4 Vnakes short roads 4nd light loads QR4that runs on v heels Soid Everywhere and has been made under Ms personal supervision since its fno one to deceive yon In tiilsi Bifimts is neither It Worms anti It sleep lL its of manufae are packaKc leving examined taken Allow loniift van a row ot notes irlntpd upou It Thif slunrts are put thvougli small machinal operated icy girls who cut cut tb inlivklual uotes Even the iUinU strips iulllus Hlio shuvinKsfrom cqlfctldg and printing and there bulled ityo nilp An einpioTie foinnl with even one ct tlicsc HLbons of wcta paper ls liable l impri J or nent for lifteen years and u fluent rjOO Retwee tlac different prodtsses tInI PIHT IHOMV icis hwn ounte l mid re itd tidditioual Umes Finally lice aiiiKh yotew are placed In stacks of WO with of the Jima numbers priit oil on tlifir faces Jh sequence Tiny nre tben rrnppedl hi pUllet labeled stalwl wit red was and stored in the great treasury vaults Thus each piece of paper iKonvy now circulation has lieeu officially co vd Slxtytliree times lIn our tfcrnts the m 4jf account jlng for the blauL m out of which the finished coins I1reIUlp11 of keep Ing tally on tin ro nini niachiiies work ofretail jug tlj finished product of packin it of sealing it Jn cotli bags j transiK rtit U under guard of counting it many times caln and final lv of storing it nway is pnutfilly tn SUCh Thor is not a tinyl In tin year win nuj or of tla seven great treasury vaults loaM not contain involn bullionj nrtls tvrtiiitnittis Er bonds suOJeient to make yin or me nie of the richest of tlworlds multimillionaires The most cjpJUirtiis f these strong boxes are in thp liasemeni of ttIc trousnry A large artl cf nivi tnnmly nlitolcilers comniaiidetl nla iptan and Jloiitenant watches thijni div and night These gliardijirs arc lnvily armed and thai pairo thilr every quarter hour throvglout tbv night Saturday fSvei lag tojt IILAW POINTStA ilrttgjrist t may bcronvJcted of ttnnig n liquor nuisiinti thoughmtilnj lni p nt toitll liquor ho nincctortiL Knstv The giviiii 011 iiwnoie for an axIisitoi 1lIkh1t jUss will not of tself rUase oltml sKuHty hold for jwy Uicnt or sica iiiht Hlae8 huUs Kiprri ot e tbnifca 11leI cliilil of divonKl iiarnts lb the c nri and must not be rcujovial from tListte by tIC i urent to whom the court has awqntlrd the custody holds the apprllati court of Illinois A raservtiui of title in a condition al sil of pKHls iu vatld en between the pIt iP aid those ii veilng to tht ir ridaa with l4whd of such reset vation either pirsotialfv or front the rtooiti A r eec or crIer for niriony In u dint IT ivdiug is not a debt wlthfn the If thiatticrui as used in tin e tiiioii prohibiting Imprison ment tlr d lit holds tim supreme courtd of Washington Alxqueni in a will for the purchase of bocks ca spiritualism to lie free to nil Is twill by tht court of chancery of Ndw Jensry in tiiccase ofTonCcr Watford n Atl Hep UsW tp Le 1sIrhuritatile will enforce jit which ort of loiKftti ivir 11 Tiphy The Making of ii AM aut aact A IIIIs tells an tci v4iit he once Jll1l1Itj uif h of three sisters Motlivr had ietij drowned it aS a n ry hot July day anil to g pntnlaI1tway n Iurgnt all uliout it hud the leaf j sotting iiuip settled down snugly on my head 1iIt ridiculpus green skull vri Kniiving tint Ling of this lwasvbafly iiiij idl tor the effect my eirvri tit piilttIlito my utter hov j telIIIhuhtsome cir afiiMVjml lIre fliought of Jt hind l satin ipr pt upon me that t6enh leaf pirUuod unexpectedly In hat gHef srlcu home J r The Xaflfein Lnocoploto whcoin such ktcciwlece Isn sealed book wiibvofe wliich extends Its branches of information In many dIr iction is rrsio lbe for lIce following Always at1uncrtnWe It nlay be pinned so that the pin cannot llut seen imagine illiuicr table full of men ccil onlt9I rjuwrnlng 4o the drawing ieij wtaving 1 serviette apron r MHAKJhet forgotten to unpin q t t rihlr pt to f itmy4dtr Won Waiting by By FRAJfR S CmsWlCK Ir Copyright lam by Auna 8 RIchardson Ferris Seaton had meant only to i beiyellcfrc from his vest lie realized the fierce enerpy with vhilchicelid struck the unoCfeodlng 055 t His sister looked ross the table In surprise Vhats the matter i4rrye she asked Is tie iharkot wrong or ls finishedfortraction of the bushy brows What Is itr JIo tossed the morning paper across the table At the head pf the third colUmn he said briefly as he continued the cleaning process The article was a lurid scare head announcing the forthcoming marriage mUIjtlmllllOtialre sy at Washington At a dinner and ball that evening tfie formal announce ment of the engagement would be made In the early seventies when Torn Wi adjoiningdaincsfast friends Seaton had sold his claim to Wiley who struck Jt rich ten months afterward When Wiley came east a multimil ilpnnlri Staton was a prosperous mer cluuft and the old friendship was re wed Ferris and Ethel were Invited to play with Audrey and the compau ionship of the fathers was repeated In tim second generation Thiii Ferris went to college only to rN Mcd ihirinx his senior year by tilt fcil lure subsequent death of his father The friendship between the two families lapsed temporarily until Ferris had placed the wrecked bust on Its old basis Audrey Just vk from thin finishing school l was a Itlicaufiful girl Between her and Fer- rIs it was love at first sight but Wiley pen had other plans for his daughter like you my boy he admitted to Forris but Audrey Is not for you Ive spent thousands on that girl and shes going to marry more money or marry blood Ferris replied sharply Mr Wiley foVbade him the house and imported from California a sister to act as Au d rays duenna IThiS r agor icy IIEU SIDE DEIEJJ her father and meetings were Impossi ble And now came the announcement of her engagement l never thought Audrey would be so moan declared Ethel hotly as she threw down the paper t FerIrisEthel passed around the table oDd seieod liar brother by the shoulder Ferris Senton she declared with energy you are mos aggravating person know of Why dont you do s oiiietii hug Im going to If you dont shake out nIl my Ideas retorted the young mam Then SIte declared I will leave you In peace Ferris smiled as the dining room iloor slummed and he finished his breakfast with some appetite Then he started down town at a brisk walk The air was sharp and bracing andi the half formed idea took shape In his brain lIe turned his steps to the poorer quarter of the town and a twenty minute walk brought him to an estab lishment half saloon half cafe over the door of which was a small sign reading Headquarters of the Bakers and Confectioners Union cleans1tnmcol which Senton knew contaIned a dres3 suit They were waiters not regularly employed but hoping for odd Jobs with caterers Here the head waiters for the big catering establish meats secured their staffs for balls ami dinners The Planot had announced that Mon co would serve at the Wiley dinner and hull and Seaton went straight to the proprietor this Fritz come InT he demanded naming the well known maltre of the Mouico establishment Tine proprietor jerked hlsthumb over his shoulder to where a stout blond Gorman sat nt a table Fritz rose as Soaton approached His memory for The liniment bottle generations to fight old Rheumatism and are would be in modern warfare IRhcifmatism is caused by an acid sour i v = laces was good and be recognized th young merchant Instantly Want a Job Mr Seato be1Jquired jocosely Thats It X1ctlyi r Wheres your cardf6u dont belong to the union Fritz was willing to carry out the Joke t Sec here said Fjerris Til give 100 to tile union and another to out his hand All the world loves a lovtr and he knew what Seaton want edl A bill passed between them Better hire a dress suit Your own will fit too well suggested Fritz after the details had been concluded And bent the bock door of Monlcps at 030 Ill take you up myself Tihcn the chosen few who had ben bicn to both dinner and bail gathered about board tlat evening none rae know him until a waiter handed her a menu caQn the back of which was handjMeet soon as yoa can liter dlnnuI am here awaittV Sojn Inghen sitting by herlside wondered at the flush that s denly spread over bet face and neck but complacently credited It to thaMes modesty and the Impending announce ment Von ZIng en had his blue blodd and his vast estates but the PossessIon of all Germany could not have made a man of him Audrey contrasted with loathing the puppet at her side wltb the clean cut specimen of American manhood who even In an fitting dress coat showed his physical pence tion and whose keen features bore the Impress of Intellect An hour later they were In the con servatory where as children they once played among the palms pretending they were castaways oh a tropical land Ferris qhe said as be clasped her hands what ever persuaded you to run thus risk You he responded tenderly 1 couldnt lose you without one list ef fort I want to know If you love me pnough to go with me now at oncet I have a good Income and I am at least a man The dearest man In all the world she whispered softly Then come he urged 41 have a cab at the corner and a rarm wrap for you The gnrdenerSjdoor dear and no one will see usrISo hand In band they went out Into the night The next morning the papers rang with the sensation and Thomas tVlley over his coffee was In a frame of mInd utterly Indescribable The one touch needed to complete his fury was sup plletl when the butler brought in Sea tons card It took Wiley four minutes by the clock to calm down to the1 point where he could control his voice sufficiently to tell Jorklns the placid English but ler to kick Seaton off thestep By that Seaton was not on the front steps but In the reception room n1lln the most comfortable chair He arose as the elder man approached thought he announced affably that I would run In and tell you that Audrey was all right All right Shes disgraced Ferris caught Wileys arm In a grasp that made him wince Be careful he warned You are speaking of my wife We were married last night by Dr Stetson your own pastor Her names In all the papers splut tered Wiley So it was yesterday retorted Sea ton but then it was linked with that or Von Zinghen a man whose past life is notorious You put It in then You blood Instead of brains I knew better lUnd corrected your error Yon will thank me some day Better thank mo now He held out his band frankly andIWiley grasped It Hang me if I dont You were right Cnrloiltle of Superstition When Egypt was In the height of her power when she was most highly civi hired and delighted In being called the mistress of the land and sea her people worshiped a black bull There was some discrimination however even in this form of worship In order to be an object Qt mad adoration it was necesSary that the bull calf be born with a circularwhite spot in the exact center of his forehead and the advent of such a creature in any herd was the signal of wild demonstrations from the Mediterranean to the border otthety ous sorceress of the Nile Buds animals were shod With gold and had their gne because lie sold n cov that soot after became the mother 9Cn black bull calf marked with the sacred white circlu in hIs forehead Own Mother Didnt Knoxr Him The following anecdote Is told by a young Englishman who says I was coming home from India on leave of absence The ship did not arrive for tom days after It was due My twin brother Ben had come up to receive me and our aged mother was very nervous One morning flfter she had under gone several disappointments because of the ships delay I rushed Into her room saying Oh mother how are you Her answer was No Beam mln Its a bad joke You know how anxious I anrfor Alfred It wnssorae time before I could eonviujNicty mother that I was hoc son Alfrqdi who had besn away so long and apt my twit brother Ben playing a Jokcon tier Rheum arefaniibiarhouseholdThey1 thigiantdisease tonlghtJ1rltz qFerrs order thls1morning timeot IHerodotus llsm f j ttiesinelse nor nothing TeyweredepositetlthebloodRubbingandpainseveryciiangofinfectL system curectuntilsothoroughly and promptly as S S S Tt neutrahixea the acids nail send n trm of rich strong blood td the affected parts which u dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the suffereobtainslmappyrelieffrontIie torturing pains S S Ssgntalnsnopot or other niinerul butRis appprfeft vecretable bloodminilier and nibat vhqwriteaboutRheumatismtinI sta = DEAl WITH THE MAKERS IearadbN aatbtlae JowMw Owpecans dlwtt to CMtoacn to 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