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felt j .-. !0l & ' l . ; MOTTO: For forms of Government let fools contest: Wnst'cr U best administered, Is best. For modes of faith let grscelefs zeslots fight: His osn't be wrong whose life is In the rlght.-PoPl, CANTON. MISS., FKIDAY. MAY 9, IP02. NO. 19. t ( I c "By The SAMBO'8 VI r.caDsea'cely reirJ, n. hens dun cliimt .bTaaeHefoiK 'Boat -.. f.,r(,i.ickoS flue coon; - - . W,B P Tltnefe- Democrat, Factories. Ann T. B. Franklin, of Lown- Si and successful . business ien in tha oiaie, .in; brings ne ft "J ion that ground was yester- Qy broken in Columous lor a Q 000 comfort factory for the .f quilts. The capital is Sd in and the building is to LS,rapleted by the first day of r. AKmit sii months Heo a & J ni at a cost of $40,000 - ... ni nnit ranT.iiri nir Re JjUmotM auu , " ? HiMinQTIV. lilJ UUlllW- and b nas. win oc i RD OOfl hail fe rn" YI WUCIV- , .. -" --.- A Word to the Boys. Boys, how otten do you stop through the bivouac of life and chanct to think of the coming future and what it may bring? How often do you think whether your life shall be a failure or a success? What I mean by suc cess i for you to be prepared for any occupation that you may desire. Young men of Madison, why linger back and see your golden momenta flitting by, instead of preparing yourselves for uieu to represent your county as well as your State? I know a few boys to day who are striving to edu cate . themselves and perhaps some day will reach the round of the ladder called Fame, while other boys who have a good mind and intellect bestowed upon them, seem as if they care not whether their life shall be a failure or a success. There is as eood fortune in future for our country boys as for our city boys. A great many of the leading men and politicians of the present as well as the past were raised in the country. Because you are raised in the u"'"" , -ti iA in wC0untry is no reasuu mat yuu itlMJJl-must always stay there. 0rgaD1ZfliiIra ha been ub "orid is erowin ra'iread ,hor .otton factory more each day in the knowledge scnbed toa new lolen. of discovery and invention ; take P?,8 h a moment Franklin, who did one that has been in opemtton disoovery of electricity, there for twelve years. iheo'it ' hat he patof the cha.r factory has been covered the founda- sold twelve onina"u- tion upon which all in that sci tbe m.v$" "nee Tas been built; Marconi home capital, Mr. Franklin says, broughl. forth the idea of not a dollar of it from ro . Xless telemphy. When half "Ihave neve hh couuuu-.. t yf any one had ad- Thin vear uromises t be a record wouiu breaker. The people in the coun In Memoriam. pro- with t.ro are Hivarsif vintr then AnM ami arfl ro-ODeratioc the town people in the matter of taking stock in mills and facto ries aud otherswise promoting the common welfare of all. Threis not an institution mentioned above in which L.wndes county farmers do not own stock. A comfort factory has been in operation on small scale for several years, and its profits have been so natis- factorv that it riaS Deen aeier mined to ti eble its cauacity same spirit that is manifest in Columbus and Lowndes county." Mr. Franklin savs. "animates have htttm called mad. Great are the hidden, vie as and !riu Hint hav not vet been die- covered, still remain behind the wall of fame, for our coining young men to advance them forward. , Who but our coming young men are to do that? For my ad vice to them is to qualify them aelves to be more , than their fathers have been- and when their career is ended that they mav be as a snow-flake which ...., mark- hut not a stain. The '-ys- you know nut what talent voumay poss ' . T . vated. My advice to you is that success Will not seek you but you Mrs. Martha Murphy died at the residence of her son. Mr. G. M. Griffin, April 25th. Suphur Spring community has lost its eldest and most loved member. She was a devoted mother, loyal friend and zealous Christian. Not only is her home darkened, but a shadow rests over every home in the neighborhood, for its most generous dispenser of sunshine now brightens another sphere. The key-note of her character was cheerfulness, though 72 years of trial had left their empress upon her brow, but not one wrinkle of discontent for death's icy fingers to smooth away. The smile that naa cheerea us so often, thougn snorn of its brightness, was there still. May she rest peacefully till "the Master of all good workmen shall set us to work anew." Stamp Bridge Dots. Mr. Fonsa Grafton of Sharps burg was in our midst a few days since The farmers' crops are grow ing nicely, but they stand in need of rain. Mr. Ernest Coleman has re turned home, after a considera ble stay in the "Lone Star State." Misses Ebbie Divine and Inez Holliday, two ' charming little girls of Sharonj visited Misses Terry recently) Miss Florence Young, our faithful and energetic teacher, visaed friends and, relatives in Canton last week. . Messrs Walter Pack and Willis Girner, two of Canton's gallant and handsome young men, were visitors as usual Ejunaay evening last. MACBETH. Macbeth. .u. .u., iM ci.-n must seen bucv. of the State. It is a good thing j for the State," concluded Mr. I WHOOPING COUGH. more interest in industrial and A woman who has had .exPer material development and less ence with this disease, tens now in cheap politics." - Clarion to prevent any dangerous c..nse. Ledger. - iquences from it. She say. Our K ' . . 'three children took whooping We reproduce the above ' .J.h last 8Ulnmer , our baby b.y order to show our people what : only three mouths old. and can be done by factories even in j owing trt oUr giving them Cham- small manufacturing and to ex- berlain's Cougn 9-"Z'a emnlifv t.hn crnnd feelinsr and I j o . mutual aid of of the country and city people. If Canton and Madison county ever expect to be properous, they must pull to Kether for the material advance ment of both, and there is no way to do it except by just euch couise as the people of Columbus and surrounding country have done, by factories and diversified farming. It is a perfectly plain Proposition that something must he done to get us out of the old mts we have been running in for the last thirty years or we must not expect that business thrift so essential to the live interest of every member of our. community. Who will start the ball? The city council should lay the foun dation by passing an ordinance ' exempting all manufactories from taxation for a period of years. . Potter Palmer, multi-million- ire, real estate and hotel owner, . . Viair nlumuuess and OBI UUUO ' 1 . uu came out in much better health than other children whose pa rents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call mstily for cough syrup between Springville. A.a i .... is for sale oy d. c - Miss Stone, the abducted mis sionary, is a iauur - NO LOSS OF TIME. T have sold Chamberlain's Pnlie Cho era anu uiuu" .ulhor be OUt OI wjnre e-- ratnerceu (f rf yesteMay to threshers that could .. farther, and they are at niin this u.orning. H. K Real Admiral W. T. Sampson died at bis residence in Wash ington on the bih. . .His career was one that will repay evury Ameriran boy to study, however humble his origin or cheerless his prospects. He was the son or an irisu emigrant wnu om u a scanty support for a large family as a day laborer. The boy began I.: t-i',rilp for existence as a day laborer In a br ickyard at twenty- live cents a day. Rev. Dr. Palmer, the noted D-hv winn divine, was run over in New Orleans by an elec tric car on th 5th and seiiously injured. . He is 84 years of age, but owing to his yreat vitality hopes are entertained of his re covery. ThH Illinois Central7' Railroad has planted 240 acres in catalpa trees at Harrahan. La. They f . utilize them for ties and in fifteen years will have 300,000 of the best ties that can berated. McGrath & Sons Selling Out. We have had such a big rash since the opening of Spring trade that many people have asked us if we are selling out. We are not. Biq Bargains Such as we are offering in every department are bringing the people our way. Do not fail to in spect our lines of Clothing and Shoes, Dress Goods and Laces, Millinery and Fancy Goods. Our stock is complete The variety immense The pricje the lowest. Everything marked in plain figures one price to all. JNO. MGGRflTH & SONS GO., Baldwin's Old Stand. ill em V i Ti,0 Prnsident is still fighting the beef trust through Attorney General Knox. WON'T FOLLOW ADVICE AF TER PAYING FOR IT. In a recent article a prominent physician says, "It is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent; he has but one resort left, namely, the drug treatment." When medicines are used for chronic constipation, the most mild and irentle obtainable such as Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, should be employed. Thoir n is not followed by con stipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condi tion. For sale by B E. Jones. Free samples. ' Archbishop Corrigan, after a protracted Illness, died at home in xew iui ist. Bret Harte. the American author, died from hemorrhage in London the 5th inst SCIATIC T RHEUMATISM CURED AFTER FOCUTEEN YEARS OF SUFFERING. I have been afflicted with sci atic rheumatism for fourteen vear " says John, Edgar, of German town, Cal. 'I whs able to be around but constantly suf fered. I tried everything I could ! f., t lant was told to lCftUJ w3 fri V iiiuuhui w- t it. .m ra ri im r a. jai u fHra.ro, - . .k the try u.u" - .- As will be seen uy ! hich I did ana was nauicui;ij be able to keep on wh'Cti i a .horltirn cured X their work without losing J ----- to it h? nof. time. You. should nu . S . whr not use ki ii v ic w j - - i . mi r ii .ri ovm FOR THE QUEEI. It is probable you could make some one far happier than the Queen by a present of a Watch, a ring, or jeweiry in 7 I have beautiful goods fit for any Queen, and now is the time for you to invest some of your share of the general prosperity. T. C. SIEDE, Jeweler. ONSET 2:18 1-4 By Onslaught. Will make the season of 1902 at my barn one mile east of Canten. Visitors welcome. Robt. C. Randel. If You Anticipate Buying anything in the Jew elry line, go to the oldest business house in Canton. You will find the largest stock lo select from in the city at the lovest prices. Special agent for Elgin Watches. T. C. SIEDE. Jeweler. in E. glace i cv. this liniment and get well 7 It is For Sale or Rent. House and lot on west side Union street. Possession given at once. Apply to Fr M. HOWARIN PHILLIPS & OWENS, Veterinarians, JACKSON, : : : MISS. Long Distance Phone 12. Can be reached by 'phone any time. Prices reasonable at Agents Wanted Lira r t. phwitt talak. by ku h REV. FRANK DEWITT TALMAGKwl lametote rOltoni f CbrtatteB HmM. Only book endorsed by Tlmf '" ' Eorw mi Writ tvmrdi.trty CI-ARK CO.. S3 S. 4TB ST PBKU. Pa- Mwtioa UU f apcr. died suddenl Chicago lust r at his sunday. home in for sale by u. t j w , mir noB - Jones.