You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 5, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 new1911100501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 5, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. II- M ESTABLISI1BDIN 1883 a J = f MZW SERIESYOL XVI j36r i SPINGF1ELD WASHING N COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBERS 1911 rc f 1 j oPi rA1 t IL j EDUUTIOKiL io Edited by Miss Emma Neman IThis columnis giventothe teachers Wpahington county for Educational dses and its Editor was selected by Cem All contributions should be sent to the department Editor not later il Saturday y Miss ftfrin Kudd teacher of the Cecil villa school enterfotfntd a tare crowd on Friday evening the 29th nit Besides ocul success the entertainment netted 43 which will used for the purchase of shades globes cooler and other needed improvements lATitn so much assistance from th adistriqte the County Board will kurelyccom pUsh much in the way of equip r ping and beautifying the rural schools Miss Emma VicePresi v dent of Educational Division No has arranged an instructive meetiugWbiCbJWlI1 atItemdhouse of Spit listeners when the caaaef education is dis cussed here However it is hoped that every patron and r1 w r r TlfE NEWSj LE4DERarPil N0t t an a be Hiatt 3 pupil in the DivIsIon tillbpresent The Graded School football team was badly defeated by the Louisville High School Satur day tbe score 84 to 0 But our boys were nothing daunted by the defeat for they are made of such stuff that the result of the game only gave them new energy and enthusiasm Doubtless they will meet the victors again in the near future and be better prepared to hold their ow- iinthfrty Yeapsicjthep Thirty years of aasoclatioijtlhlrik of it Sore the merit aajrpp thing stands out in that timeon the worthlessness of a bad one So therea nb guesswork in this evidence otThos Arise Concord Elch who writes I have used Dr PihRe tfew Discovery for thirty years and its the best cough and cold cure I ever used Once it finds entrance in a home you cant pray it out Many families have used it forty years Its t most Infallible throat and lung medi cine on cartel Unequaled for la grippe asthma bay fever croup quinsy or tore lungs Price L00Trial bottle tree Guaranteed- y Haydop Robertson Fate of Majority H Qae aallllon patents have been is sued in this country most of which leave served no other purpose thanto put the Inventors money in clrcula Uon Cnlcago Tribune r A Kentuckians Oen A llecturer so the story goes riding down thorough mountain roads of Kentucky observ ed a farmer plowing the rugge hillsides with four oxen to which he was shouting vocifer ooshIIFi thar you Methodis iBaptist Gampbellite Pres byterian glang thar Much astonished he called the moun andinquirIi ed Why do you call your oxen by such peculiar names Why stranger said the jnountajneer them was the tittenest names pcd gel This yer Methodis now is a good critter an a willin worker but eyer bust ina while hehas to jump up and bawl That ar Baptis is apowful strong beast but whenever tie comes to a pool of water he allers wants to lay down it That ar Can pbellite is a number one feller an does an honest days work but he is the stubbornest contrariest critter that ever lived An this Presbyterian hes the stiddiest one in the lot I can depend pb him to keep them all together but hes so stnca on himself that all the rest of em jjes naierally despise himEx i DR SHIELDS A Former Washington Gun ty Man Killed at i Chaplin Hj Chaplin Ky Sept 29ijjanargument alleged to have een over a dollar Preston NI le a prominent citizen of thisco mu nity shot and killed DrMShields in the main streetshere today Much excitement was created and the real cause of the tr gedy has not been revealed J According to severall pe sons near the sceneof the sho tinge Neaje and Dr Shieds en aged in a heated controversy in a grocery store Neale vytio is administrator of the Ho chins estate accused Dr Shib ds of putting in his claim for Sfmore than it really was y Asa nnmberof person were in thestore at the time tfeale and Ir Shields left the place and went out into street Inhere they resumed the argum t It is leldsltrua revolver from a poclst and fired once The physician sank to the ground The missle struck a left rib and passed through the abdominal cavity The shoot ing occurred at noon and the victim lived until 4 oclock Dr Shields is survived by wife and eight children He was a former resident of Louisville but fewoyears he had made his home hei aHe retired from the pro fession Several years ago He was a graduate of Pennsylvania UniversityMr was one of the best known citizens of Merce r coun ty and prominent in business aff i rS1 He declined to talk of the trouble tonight Springfield City Tailor Your old clothes mendedde cleaned and pressed Springfield City Tailor so as hey look lila new Also suit s made to order second banded clothing bought and sold F WBaumbauer Prop- Springtield Ky rMany Have Tried No man bas ever gained distinction because of the excellence his lea elry Jft ft1 ft t H THEaLOOD OF- iI4ABiLLS LEXINQTONI it MT HWCTIO= Iin HURMThN PETERS r J r II r t AT c I fJrinl1ield s Saturday October 14 1911 t j WILLI SELL r t S 1 1 1PP r 1 tt 20 HEThDsaaalebredweanlings yearlings twoyeaivolds and broo mares They are cbJJ Bchsires at Bourbon King Montgomery Chief Kentucky Choj e Noble Denmark Relight and old Red Bird G 1956 the latter carrying more of me blood of Cabell Lexington than any other horse living A few broodmares weanlings and yearling fillies by him will be sold They are out of such mares as Canadian Belle by Montgomery Chief Black Beauty B uBrummelof Kenmore 600 Miss Rebecca etc This breeding i 5not be haddelsewhere It is not on the market y are will sell the fine stallion Marmion Chief No 5129 by Montgomery Chief This colt 1i been outside the money from Springfield to the State Fair Mildred King won the gfeat saddle horse futurity at Lexington at Frankfort Champ Clark beat Mildred King I and at Louisville Marmion Chief beat Champ Clark C L Raly Judging f 1 aWe will also sell a few fine young mules and twelve head of great mule and work mares including ten high- grade4 Percheron Mares all bred to our OWlj jacks NOW NOTE TH1SI We never withdrew an animal that wadoffered we never made or permit td s ii by bid 0fan y kind directly prlndlrectly Weselll only our own stock Tnese rules will Qestrlcyy I adF ere ojin this and all other sales ii 1 I LunchWlsBO am Sale begins j prbmptly at 1230 J1 C Send for catalogue of saddle stock in this safee =f 4 i J THIIRMAN f TERS 1 J J J ua Jq BROUGHT HERE alI Remains of James t Interred inCemetery s Hill The remains of Mr James Muratta who died last week at Webb Citvj Mo arrived here Friday and after funeral serVIces at the Pre oyter1 church were interrei in Cemetery Hill with Masonic honors by the local iodge Mr Murratia was a Knight Templar a Shriner a Scottish Rite Mason and an Elk The Lodge of Elks of his home town sera representative of the lodge there to attend the funeral He was 46 years of age and was born here being a son of Sylvester and Susan Muratta He was reared to manhood here and for several years conducted a confectionery where Mr P J Thomas is now located He was a man who made his aCquain- t nces his friends and possessed much business ability His death was due to gangrene caused by an abscess on his foot An operation was resorted to in order to save his life but he never rallied from the shock de leaves one brother Mr Matthew Muratta and three sisters r Mrs Jas d Duncan Mrs Belle Yankey lied Miss Su e Muratta HAIR THAT FASCINATES f Who wantS Lustrous Hair Full of Life and Beauty Start nowmadam September r is just the month to begin to acquire a glorious head of hair of which you will be justly proud daring the social events of win ter time If you havent used Parisian Sage you arnt on the nigh road to hairbeauty Parisian Sage iis the most delightful preparation that destroys the dandruff germ and bv so doing removes in a short time the cause of dandruff falling hair itching calp laded and lifeless hair Dandrufi germs are obstructionist J they prevent the hair rom receiving its proper nourishment by ravenously der devouring the sarnehourisbment Tse Parisian Sage for one week ahd note the wonderful improve ment HaydonWillettguaran tees it 50 cents a bottlee BUILDS LARGEST OF NESTS Jungle Fowl of Australia Constructs a Substantial Mound About Elf teen Feet HlgX The Jungle fowl of Australia Is the bird that b llds the largest and most substantial of all nests It seeks out a secluded spot and then begins the work that will keep It busy for a stretch of weeks according to naturals ists who have studied the bird of Aus tralia It gathers leaves grass twigs and dozens of other materials wear Jug them together so skillfully utoconstruct a mound that Is qualified to withstand any stress of weather The bird toils away until Its mound Is about 15 feet high the circumfer ence at the bite being often 150 feet At the apex the nest Is made and from this porch the bird Is able to see the approach of any one of Its Jun gle foes In time to tako defensive turkey of Australia also adopts similar methods In building Its nest although the foundation Is not so large Instead of making a moundlike base the turkey construct one in the shape of a pyramid Nfltu musts say that it takes the combined strength of several men to move one of these big nests t iHUMOR OF MEDICAL STUDENT Dutch Physician Relates Pathetic Incident of His Days In College at Amsterdam Dr Frederik Van Eeden the Qutc physician and author can never lope sight of the Injustice of fate thatsub Jects the poor to tortures from which the rich are exempt He tells the fol lowing bitter little anecdote which occurred during his student days inAm sterdam Once a poor man was brought In affected with a very strange and rare disease ol the spine that caused him by involuntary spasms of tho legs to jump and to continue hopping when he tried to stand on his legs One professor wanted to show this to his patientpoormansaid with a pathetic Imploring look If the gentlemen will please not laugh The professor promised they would be serious t 11tobopfelt the tars coming to my eyes sad 1 TheWorlds i2 i J AI I i t yff tJ ry L t 7 i usJ i 1 J t ABSOLUTELY Pll 1 4 t tYY i i iiT4Makes baked 1i O tquality at ilu al rMakes home bakbafitit pleasure Po madeTom Royal GrapsrCream of Tartar LC t9t a No AIum ttm mF f Ih ro1hr ilsiMG f Olfactory Evidence A typical oldtime1iclrcniw rider died recently in Alabama a man whose godly ucgilfisb life will long be remembered Many were the eccentricities of this ragged old man and many anecdotes tare current among Methodist Siatuconcerning him He was noted for two things his denunciation ofcsin in no uncertain tones and he familiarly with which he ad dressed the Lord in prayer On one occasion he had been been preaching a log meetinghouse in theplue woodsof north Alabama There were several young fellows on hand Who had beau celebffltm y atr izibJ a still harcl XhY Aftefta ongj fiery sermon the preacher matt a call for mourners and soon tile rudee altar was tilled mostly- by the aforementioned young fellows The old man looked them over for moment and iith 1 keen intuition felt 1wj was porlap5 a llttk 1iiM tt i U LJ tj t oys parll het knelt bo r Oh ordihe I t crowd of Toing tiuoin 1I ngrbond joMt aiI stitBell ctiasio aataarjrtitla fiN- ldrinkin j jia u l IJ tCt riotous lives bist iiis r iaer- he1e t Iagly tr rh Y look like tLnti 1 hope f r l Jweep ilike j 1I hove youll a1 Noi tifeI t Youths n II 1 Untt 4 ISM T trkftti LisMs tk f M f tfg 1 khwrattytli helle 1 as A blUfon deuarsla kiM Wkr 4 oneyw It watt t s isr i Wittoa dollar a jweeM rrr v ffr t Mn M MM 1ri Washington County Farmers ins tl tomS k1 fj1 A l L PROGRAMr OI Annual Meeting to Be Held at1IMi rr ft r- Ci i Springfi ldKen000T J and W r October 17thand l3th 1911 L t rf1rr TUE DAY MORNING SESIQNE t tCalled to order at 980 oclock by Director W2StrangeInv- ocation 9 k t = ReY Dr RLC It r Welcome Address W i sr 1f YIIt Election of Permanent Chaifmanand Secretary r y jjNoon d r t JSTUESDAY APERNOON SESSION a Called to order at 100 oclockl bythe Chaimla ot SomeBenefits To le DjriVed FrOm Farmers Iaatitate GalakSoils Restoring andRdtainlng Fertility Preparatiea sad a lJHonT Scott Mays C Jl fi yii aril T Crop Rotation wa rT J Mill c W Brother Alfalfa v I Maury BonM iMW M Stock Peas HfuL H Ttoantamimi W U Grasses Their Use andVaraeC J Htydon Hoe W lM fc JL LJL iii C Lax t Wheat and Oats Selection of Sletl Preparation of SottMti ht B riJmQ1 P Slenass sidGI Poultry Profits and How to Increase Tem Mrs CItMrs E O Water wiilri JJ tFruits J L jl iii JU A KimballtAdjournment t WEDNESDAY MORNING SESSIONSCalled toorder at 906 oclock by tile Qhalnnto fInvocation w Jri Rev rikkr G P J Corn Selection and Seed cUltivation etc f WNVt il rWi A Waters RobertCr w d 1If i tI Agriculture In Our Public School Should It Be Ttffist ttji r What Extentl vPjof J W Btais Giijp Hog Profits and How To Increase TbeRE So JfarvO r as L te awn w Q Ii Sheep Industry JA Ltiitseyt W A CfMM 4c X HorsTandd Cattle Industry IRev F tJterlpftFrI rTb h Richard NrJ1Q1 null T R ftll e Fen Acre Farm a Succtsss r Gtone0 WEDNESD AFTERNOON SESSION 0 Called to orderatlKXX oclock by the Ca Im G00d Row i Hon 10 Scott Maya Het1 cr n L H nL CoCnnatigb lr1I t e5anitaty Farm Dairy J Y lea ar e Preserving Our Forests Gsi1 Women on the Farm L4 Joee A s the FaraJsW4W t How to Keep Ouri3oysdndGirlon The Farmers Life U ettfdealOpeor Vii Be asp+ ctBack to the Farm Order and Beauty of a Farm wlJyirsypr WYh TvtentyliIiUte SonftatJonpiv tG o larrn dabte1iMtn Talk 1tlrti 7 te1t 4 t Trf Final Adjournftl 0 Wf f 1 it L7wr 7 4 fiUiiSLER 7aaoJcvL t jgiji t JAmtJ I AIPOLLNS oIiJ Y Jttfort UtI PttbUih r lurQCT Wit lpDemocratic tck t eF U t State Senator 6UOLLIZMJAMESaul I For Governor JAMESIMeCREARY Fer LieuteMHitGoTerDor DWAltD J KeDEDforrI iir AttorneyGeneral r JtfOajL URNETT For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH For State Treasurer 1 OMASa RHEA Peeeft4s1 of State ItJr iif 1 cYtzcILIUS tFarjaJj of Public Instruction tii XAUtSDALE HAMLETT For Coanafatloner of Agriculture Jj JW NEWMAN Far Clerk oL Coart of Appeals XOBltaVL GREENE MrII Wr Far State Saaato- rDRHGv ANR8lypRjreMtiveWa lngthflMr r JONAPOLIN 1 Ift1I T Lof Lick r 7v rC E MUton and familj and JIIa Sadie StuiBph spent Sun lajrinth T G Stojnph and fami 11 r M JStmnph wife and chUfaj drcm ia d 8 T tnmph dinedI with Otis Milton and family 5Sundaydar AliasI Mary Brady of thte place atad Kvettett Hendrerij ol Battle trft ntrried at Villiabnrg Sun day flMt week Mr a 4 Mrs Bill Good p ntt SSiday with 8 0 Smithy and w1oftMsplacefie1J1iI Mary Brady was the guttta of Mrs Henry IshamtJ dyCofPock TAylor is a frequent tkitor at thIace Whatis i theattracUoa DkRgeoki Skinjih spent Sktar dais Md Sunday wltl1qer1 teajGifciej g IrQCtt here attended IMjiHKipf WnTskeanB and i iKoellaitl f Thursday anaia fiepSAful dinner was served at i Ot fjfILv beard of several kinds ttlMfe bat Cbas Hall the ilocal trader bas the kind he has to- J 4kPt Yrs Josie Settles visited her ltsMIandMrs W M J rYokic last Wednesday i Jr and Mrs Ben Bugg oft QSday with T H Bugg and family tI BJLGGY BOY Lt l AftacK L lke TilerIm fighting to keep the blood pure 1 tkeiit corpuscle attack disease kjecujjattlpTyso fast the little fighters are ivercea Then see pimples bolls multiply4itcdltlo demands Electric Bitters If ixignlats stomach liver and kid jZeVa and to expel poisons from the Mood They are the best bloodm pu ertl1frltesC T Budahn of Tracy 9allf 1 have eve f tmdJTjlerjr make rich red bjood strong ires aid build up your health Try tlieB 5QctHaydon Robertsons J r sS r HUUboroi Mr Clarence Derringer spent 8atsrd y nighp with bis father jMr D 0 Derringer of flea tJT liffiEdHanby andwlfe spent iBttBday wiih Mr John Armstrong wll t 1h1IpJ f Mr L Ferrell and wife spent samdaV with Mr J M Shields J iaaiiamily MrS G Reddicks and three ebI1renspent last Monday with ecJaber MrTom TatnmL b iMissMallif Shields spent Sun Armsrongij1th I eickli4LSI rSI Mr and Mrs J D Snther l 1d peIt Sunday afternoon wiiar Mrf and Mrs JM Shields t Mr Ed Sagracy and family Let HtBday afternoon with 1S4sWrJid Barr apent Sun 1 t 1wISkMrE1aierHanby 1i1v a i irtp iNr spent H tad a wltb1 8L Or Rftttfckst Ii i t hnI xoa tolWr and fami i f jDrJ VB and fami 54r Jrsje tsk t ia with iemwIfe rarI i Pja 1fl6Ed- tt fIMrs J A 0to MalllcShiffda atitfMyrtl 1 i i r PUBLIC8ALt Land and Live StockINEAR WILLISBURG KY andPolinlThursday October 12 at I oclock pm Offer for sale the following property Some extra good and well bred young mares in foal 3 or 4 good hores 5 gqod young milk cows pair good 3yearold work ntules sofne weanling es some calves some bogs good rubber tire buggy good storm buggy 225 ACRES AND This farm isweU located anabundance ofbatra whole injgoodmoneyTract inj TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWNON DAY OF SALE DR W W HYATT SMVCAMPBELL Auctioneer Armstrong wetejin Willisburg Saturday shopping Mr Harve tBarnett and family spent Saturday and Sunday with and Mrs Di P Casteel of nes r PuUiam r Mr John Armstrong and fami spent Tuesday wish Mr and s JEd Hanb Mrs Erstus Perkins Mrsj Enoch Masters and little sonI Mrs Ed Hanby spent last Thurs da taystrong and family Litsey Mr and Mrs ian Kelly and mily spent Sunday at the- meho of Mr J R Reed isMrsughter spent the first of thea week with Mrs Bev Leach man t MIss Emma RPolin is the gu LogsdonMiss turned home after spending several weeks with friends in Bloom ld Mrs Earl Bracknoy and son hi vereturDedtotbeir home4ir hlumbusnsientSaturdaye eed Miss Annie Laura Gregory en rtained the yOung folks pn last Thursday even- ingCASTOR IA T r Isfants ani Children Dt KW yti Hit Always Boneh Bear the sj T TSignature C 72 FLOATING ISLAND FOUN- Eusr Discovery Made by the Crow f the Bark Atlas In the Paclflo Ocean The crew of the bark Atlas which arrived In Seattle recently after rounding the Horn from Philadelphia reports a Queer discovery for one day of the 188 of her voyage She had een out many days without see1- nythingonly three ships were seen on the entire trlpw1inone morning la the Pacific the lookout reported that be had sighted land off the port bow where no land was supposed tot Nor could any be found on the harts It seemed low In the water but too uch like the real thing to be a irage so the captain ran toward ltIt proved to be land right enough an Island covered with trees and thick lew underbrush lrds and a few monkeys were seen upon It but no other signs of life These precluded the possibility of the Island being of volcanic origin and leads the captain to cWmlit as a floating Island He believes that It was washed out to sea froa delta of the Rio de la Plata 0 the tttfro and that the undergrowth was K thick tljat Its roots held the whole together As ho saw two trees tumble Into the water from the Islands edge be ori he sailed away his theory appear to be somewhat substantiated Public SaleV OF Farm Stock Etc On Friday Octobef ft at 1 oclock pm We lt offer for sale to tbe highesPand best bidder what is known the S LSbannahanlus about 130 ACRES more or less and has pn it a good dwelling house and necessary outbuilding good wellL in the yard and plent 61 stock water most all of the land is well set in blue grass and there a good lot of Locust posts on the place and a gocd orchard nd a telephone in the nousej This farm is about 3J miles from Springfield on the St Rose and Loretta turnpike road and veryo onvenientto good school and- ott church Personal Property Will also sell one pair coming 3 yearold mules two 2 yearold orses 1 coming 3year old- ametta Wilkes filly 1 sowe and pigs 11 Awes and 1 buck 4 or 5 thoroughbred Jersey cows and heifers about 300 bushels corn 1 good 2horse wagon and 1 road cart good as new and other articles not mentioned above TBBMS Tbe land will be sold for one thud payable January 1st 1912 and the remainder Iin l2 and 3 years and bearing nterest from January 1st 1912 The personal property will be sold on 90 days time without iin tterest J RICH SMITH SonhS M Campbell Auctioneer The Empire flesngotIThe long redJ IfurI thloigsenhInetheexc1ustpnsomeconturlereB enhancoctotsattnandmadeinwoolbacked satinsiIn dull sailleIIrnewmakeeveningWMIM New York Water Povfrr New York states total water poWM without Incfudlng tat of the Niagara and St Lawrence rivers has been est mated at 1500000horse power Eight hundred and eighty thousand of this undeveloped The New York water inpply commission has recently recon mended that the state expend 200D V ioo to develop this water power whlclj it estimates would return an annual jroft ol JUOOOOO A Small Dqse Confound that barkeeper In the Coyote saloon said Percival ftjont peller He insulted me doncher know How was that pard naked Pink Eyed Pete setIthe bottle on the counter and offered nip teaspoon PUBLIC SALE In order to dissolve partnership we will on Wednesday October 18 at 10 oclock a m on the premises on our farm known as the Tom Duncap farm followingdescnbedOne pair Percheon mares brad to jack 4 extra good yearling steers 6 and 8 oldyears jennet with colt by her side 1 black mare 10years old andmule colt 40 lb sHoats a good family and work mare bay mare sold and extra 25 GOIb shoats good family mare and mule colt 3 sows and pigs lTay mare 9years old in foall to Jack l good brood sows gray horse an extra good worlt horse thoroughbred Southdown sheep on- epjeariing mules buckand 11 ewes 3 16 hand work mules 100 bushels shelled oats 4 seedbyfor seed 1 Shorthorn heifer with calf 300 or 400 bushels corn 1 re steredlongg13orthornbull Fnpning implements ofaji kinds TE RMStJfderlOcashOv neg9tznblensiablbankI iv J R T K SMITH SM CAMPBELL Auctioneer 1 FURNITURE1J ONLY 2 Ii OUR GREAT STORE JS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN F jfrRNITUREt1 ARPETS RUGS STOVES ETC own ancisperate J the largest store Louisville and control the entire IIWeof sotne7 the largest Furniture Factories in the country and do the businessn the South CREDIT IS GOOD IIydURre you1ive and we give you just the same terms of cash our thousandsof regular customers right here at home IgOQdItomers who com right into our stores WRITE US TODAY aud tell us just I what you would ike to bAy Vurnjture Baby Carriages hr Gocarts Refrigerators Stoves Carpets Rugs Linoleums or Mattings and we will reply byre turn mail gvin you full particularsof the wonderfully low prices we can make and the easy teritis we will be glad to give you We ABSOLUTELY GUAR- ANtEElb4 every ajlicle we sell andanything that is not exactly as represented will be takenbaflk and the MONEY REFUNDED Cut out andjjEll in the COUPON in this ad and mail IT TO US TODAY W to rtteWtW ii IASK THE SALATION ARMY T TheyWantfor therse IIA teamster who ieeded a bonnet for his scrawny bode applied to tho Salvation army w Why did you gofta them for such a thing as that7V EOTieone asked Because I luiowjTthey had them- eh saldvI saw on3 of their wagons go down the streetwlth two strings f horses bonnets s ret hediro tho top of the cover to the tailgate so I hustled down and ttsked for one before they were all gone His case is of hundreds of others said tYPlcil worker Our collection veritable curl osity shops on w1eels Household goods and clothing bmprlse the bulk of the load but ItIs topped off by odds and eis Penurious or povertystricken sot s keep an eye on the most conspicuous contributions and when they sEen lything they want they simply followj the wagon down to headquarters aiifl ask for It I Con Knew flls btjty as Usher The congregatlpi of a certain church is not exclu lye but some of j its members were si rprised at the ap pointment of a neisher They said that he might be hp very good young man but he haa Jjt belonged very llong to the churcll and besides it seemed unlikely tluta street car conductor would tsultlbe etiquette of a house of worship Fut the trustees said that he had bejlri chosen for that very reason adding We need a man that kind to dealfwlth the end seat og He is a greater nuisance in the church than in thecars Early in the service he plaths himself at the aisle end of a free pew and later comers who are ushered into that pew fall all over him taking their places t takes a man wlthi grit to make him move along Tbis former conductor has the grit and e has tait gained from experience that Is why wo made him usher Odd WlrelessJTelcphone Writing from qerman Africa a tourist says We found here in tho dense forest among people who know nothing of modern scientific discov eries a good and practical wireless telephone The na vea have for the purposes of ceremi Viy peaceful and warlike drums of iirizs dimensions made of wood and hose w ien beat en fmit sounds of a out an octave in range Aside from the ceremonies the drums are used also as a means of communication Wo had a proof of it one day Our iravan was ready tq start wh n our iiliad servant stop pttrftttddenly in his work listened in tently and then gve unmistakable signs of pleasure Jwe learned later that the indistinct sounds conveyed to him the news thtt a boy had been born to his brother in a neighboring vUlaze Olscrlmii atjoe What dorou hcCrge tot your rooms Five dollars npT nut Im a stude Then its live dp arc doCorp- elt Widow- Jl t The TrutItOld Man KerrigaiUts too bad KeUey diedsuch ajIoine felleyt Old Man Moon FWell Yisbut then If nobody diesthered no Toine felleYBPunc A GOOD I in in bo Ky JII i i T A i o Pres C P Goo de M LSimms Sec a dTreas S2ts Cpuflty Tobacco Co of Tobacco cents fee and 2 per cent Free room room for y I All sorted and regracdegjby expert hand1rsrIf you want a square and best your tbbaccofetisij Montgomery i r ft Canjp tlMitt SMITH PATCHES HENS BEAK Lower Jaw Was Short and Chicken Was Likely to Starve but Can Now Eat Grain Anderson IndEli Delawater has a hen In his flock that was hatched wlUr defective lower Jaw It could not pick up grain and as a result was near starving to death after had passed the soft food stage Delawater wanted to raise the hen to the laying stage at least and told John Snelaon a blacksmith his trouble ISnelson told Delawaterto bring the hen to his He measured thf lower beak and shaped a piece of tin to fit over the stub much after the manner of a tooth crown When the operation was complete Suelson scatt tered some corn on the floor of theishop and he admits surprise at ability of the hen to pick up the grain Now the hen is good a feeder a any In tho Clew Strangeryes have the general cation of my friends building and th name of the street hot I pant find thI 1CltlZenllaentfI 4 trangorNothing except the arch IIdjl1ngI Ijl memory serves me rightly who was spoken ot1UJ Bowllngbroke J BusyReddII the auto mobile industry provides a livelihood for 1000000 persons Green Gee Are there many lore nnd helpers in the hospitalsdooI all that What He Slipped On II And you say you had a bad Put fallI Ito Indade I did sir What did you slip on Shure I think It was on a Monday l sir m nTsTl4 If in peed of anything in thl line of ribmbstoi or GOOdS1 it will pay you to see our representative before buying JohnVeria C Son I 1 Albany Local repre E PDEDMA Jr ta ROOMFUL OF hop onlY 1375 ST h aiwtrt Twrrtfw W4Y j P1 I tableEVthaseleatherisusedin rocker sagproof thetablemalldtair4O 2cas ILawnr 1 3I33I5Wt1AKET LOUISVILLE IEENsEDUTflTTlNCO NEWSLEMER oo r n r i Washington Loose Leaf Charges hundred weighing commission aridshed customers tobaccos carefully deal possible service bring RL elk Gen Manager Auctioneer a It t IIdjl as t Monuments Cemetery 4 1New IndIanaS = T 7 = w TILE DRY OUTING TO M AMO T H Q j itEFor The Circle and Private Parties H 3 75 ROUND iyburconveniei ji 1 ALL EXPENSES THOTEL 50 This ncluaes your ort aid ttnJIisI 11to several routes Case Ode eve l promenade dance I GRAND TWODAYS OUTING or L Agt 11 11A S H j Tactj tact she bringierit is a much more ynluable assct than beauty or genius lM cer tar ly the greatest of all gifts to a woman The girls school fn some fardistant Utopia Is going to Include a course in tact to correlate with curriculum the primary grades on through the postgraduate work For when tho day of enlightenment does come the sensible mother and the astuteflather will realize that a working knowledge of how to get along people is more to be desired than much wisdom In gocalled higher branches Tact Is more gl1jlInther than talent it brings the wQrld her feet to do her Tact Speed the day when wetshall appreciate tho of this unconsidered Help us to real Izo that with It woman can wheedle the world of anything It to reeblestrengthIgetany thing rNew Species of Fish 1 j 1 iginA j I lnJthelnJ over him latest expedition Into the Anfola country of West Africii has brought forth 30 new ofs itscientificbrought to the British museum more 1000 o all andII Ipf course the vast Ichthyologleal still unexplored as a tempting Irhsalti siblUties of the dark continent ateItto appreciatedS When It becomes possible ex pI ore methodically every cbrner of great interior the mineral dglsts lnd the othpa in tho lthatl J SmcLSt FROM SPRINGFIELDAnd Regular Turin 000 Iimi missiontyle suitsyouri Elarge atJt1cbai reception ndealy jr5 of ihe chairs and rclcker The prings4re lteme the valnewhen you an get all SZ pay r ice Smith Vice Handlers 15 per sta all SisI- FALL WOdllOSdytcT A ONLY the Writs Phone N Ticket t even Tact from with important Importance trifle out has I The back than specimens lies just beginning Jo the biologists field TRIP DESIRABLE PROPERTY tl1FORSALEBYI McELROY WHARtON t l 1NO1 52 acres orlland located oj from town good 6 room dw line barn and otherbuildings fruits all kinds and well watered per acre tIfromSprulgo field good seven room dwelling hot se new two good barns stock and tobacco bantvelr fenced and watered per acre 580 t INo 3 93 aCre farm located 6 miles from Sprin fieldi and 6 miles from goodbarnstable stock Per acre 565 No 4 120 acre acre farm well IocaT ed good dwelling house stock and b ccp barn good school l per acre 72 00 No 4 260 are farm well locatedJ stockbarntobacc f a3kfllayawehl tNf t Springfield good 7 roonT dwelling go wetIt arge harp good several lasting pripgs good welt itio r IromitowTilaceEl fioudfNo 920 acres dwelling rooms tock l Bornetimberper acre3iSNo Ifiil acreS of ndgood blue 1traLB land 50 acres woodland g t room dwelling stock barn and sjlp Ii locatipnftrQI Ko 11 203 acres 2 miles from town ood dwelling 8 rooms stock ansi to iacco born good tenant house good ind beautiful No 12 104 acres located Kmiea from Springfield small house and bitn djeflcedd No 13 65 to 75 acres 1 relIcs om small house good barn price 5 per acre J CoUPcN I cilph1C upouhe SR1NGFILD and would jfle teas1e iuularsasto Name Po Freiil l 05cc Yt TK Pres i Horn j 1 t j 1 5 in the IOra or its homage be all 1 N orchard evc of location txrtttccov 01 No 4 bf milesfromdwellingstokunderiguou acreNoi frontSpring andbSXfl3400oI6 Springti ifghborhood field No l 71 rif lffi fro Spifrjg stateofNo f freiSpringfield I 2obarnswateredpriceNo19 dgodwellingNo 2060 acres land dwelHne dybarn all goodland price JWOT No inxlmilesSouthl J b goodarn022 FrmJls acrel ted betwee Mackvile 7rOomandtheringr12milescoodPlkeour room cottage large stock hare haiegooJwellaprssgs new land and lays well 20 acees 11 wood- atxTall under good we IIftC5 POiCe 56 per acre r 1droke n sAwehIiiigheceewbarn miIkhousp f iJ 1lq litil 1 t fa4 issian i4 n L1ts5teon pr9 r Pri PliiO i 7 w rw DR G T BURTON i flKSIDENT DENTIST j TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAI JJiI uynaaagaa1ockiu4 tal BPRINGFIELD1IY i All Dental Work Strictly i Eirstclas tfR J C MUDDi- sici Pl aid Surgeond Office hours 8 to 9 amll 1to2pm Offices over Hay don a Drugstor i Jj U1Lampto MD fr Office iii Ottrt BNk ornccrIR He L ReI1deRcc No 38 at i W F GRIGSBY TTORNEYAtAWoIIcoTirreop1es BPRINOPIKIJJ KY P MW HYATT 6ffice over Red Cross VrusrS2 Store Offlcehours Hyatt 1080 I to 12 m 4 to pm of 4JOHN Y1 MAYESF- UHE8HLMJIHECTOBJi j AND LICEXSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY lQa NIQHT 74 V SPRIKGFIELD Ka DWOTTY PRACTICAL DENTISTaiOftee 6 1 raayoon k BarberV Pent fwprkaireftonable prices 111 work guaranteed NGFIELD icY 1pRkd SchtxJuk Following Ii thAithe schedi1ew now in effect on the Batdstown a and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41Leave LuisviUeatt 430 p nij Bardstown Junction 522p m rdstown6t6pm arrives at Springfield 655 p m n No42Leavcs Springfield at 600 am i Bardstown 645 a mr Bards wn Junction 780 a mJ arivea at Louisville 820 a in No 43Leaces Louisville at 720 a m Bardstown Junction 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No 44 Leaves Springfield at T0dpffij Bardstown 220 p Intc Bardstowa Jpndtion 410 p m aIairsyl11e 545 p mf ctsAs to Airs Movements The movement of ale Is varjouily dcBlgnated according to its velocity E as a zephyr freeze wind gale or bur rica1ieA deiue or thick fog accord fog to the weather tmrcatu bscurec objecthat a dUtasce of 1000 feet True philosophy To have what yre want JIs riches but to be able to do wlthout1spowerII GeorgeJ4acdona1ot I TOWN 0 WW L Local Happenings Interest The and Latest AllAboutYourself Friends i and Acquaintances MHH Pure Jellico coal at B D Lakes FOR 8ALSeed Rye RA McElorjr Friday and Saturday ihe big at Walhen Sbaders FOR SALE 140 head of sto ewes B W Neikirk FOR SALE One good jjersey A Walker Corn oats and bay Get our prices B D Lake Co Tobacco sticksin any quantity Barber Pettus FORSALE2 coming 4year old mules I W H Leachmau iull line of Pnrenia feeds m01aSe eed and alfalfa meal V K D Lake Co I have a saw mill my place and have lumber of kinds for i W S YGoodlett Come in and see our new line millinery Friday and Satur day b Wathen Shader FOR SALE A Second hand piano Wabband Jeters make- SD McGilL New soft taffeta and messaline etticoais to match your suit at Mrs Williams Remember we ftfrk ouVcoal nd give 80 Ibs bushel B D Lake Co Sejnr swell line of tailored and trimmed hats Pridiy and Saturday e Wathen Shader FOR SALEIf sold immediately farm of 68 acres located near- alleyHilI a tine tobacco farm x Henry Deringer- COALIn carload its Extra Apality Cheap Write or hoiie R L Bold rick Springfield Ky Try the UnIte4 Laundry Co ork Laundry delivered twice week Give us a trial Born to the wife of Wifl- ureb of Carson Kan a son Mrs Burch is at bomeof- Or mother Mra A B Baker WANTEDA tenant to raise rOm 6 10 acres tobacco andO acres corn Further information apply to C D Miller Springfield Ky FOR ALEGOOd seed rye and wheat also good pptato on OflS CL Beady J Forrest Cusick will be up here until November Phone him at his fathers Cusick e will go anyooes homo and make airy thlngyou wish ui first photographs LOSTOn the streets of Springfield Monday a pair of glasses in a black leather case Finder will please return to this ffice IPLIBUCSAIq 1 IivPersoualiv I will Property at Mcl111re onI I I f Iednesday October 11 I 11 egmiiing at 10 o clock aTL offer for sale to the highest bidder lublic+ auction the following described property filly Twoyear old horses One 3yearold horse two coltfl lyeasing horse mule 1 weanling mare mule aroldJennett one 4year old Jennet one 8yearold I1pne2fbrold ar oid Jennet all the above Jennets have colts by I 1one1 plew ieliibide plow and farming implements of all kinds JfriM AJ sums qier 10 on a credit of 12 months nego e n bank Sums under 10 cash I i ifj r Lunch on the Ground I BALLARDjj s CulPLP14 L II1l A 1 I l r mnw Wib of Freshest g ays cow Bf7 on all to the the to 1st Ed to note TfiPIPR i IIi41J1 IUU2ii MMM JMSff IITrythe United of Laundry done Laundry forSc fdj pound Give us acall F W Baumbauer Agency Springfield City T iJor Rev T J Watts of Louis ville will preachf at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and night Come to Sprfngfiey City Tailor for a nice fit and latest styles in pants suits awl oyer coats All goods ma 3e to order F W Baumbauer Prop I Springfield Ky The ladies of St Dbminics ttldinnertober LOST Between J R Barbers gate and Springfield a black zephyr shawl Finder will leave at this office and receive regard Come to the Springfield City Tailor for a 1700 over coat made to order and to hi Samples on display now F W Baumbauer Prop Springfield Ky The Fiscal Court held its regular meeting Tuesday and Wed nesday The regular routine buiness was transacted an1 the usual reports of committees made and passed on LosTOn September 20ber tween Springfield and Valley Hill two sewing machine draw erswith attachments and gold spectacles in case Return to this office and receiye reward Sister Francis Slinger died at St Catherines Saturday and buriall was conducted Sunday afternoon Sister Francis is well remembered by a large number of persons who have atT tendpd school at St Catherines Come to the Springfield City Tailor for a pair 400 500 arid 600 pants made to order and to fit also suits made toord r from 1400 to 3500 Coieie and look at samples F W Baurabaner Prop- Springfield Ky The prizes offered at the ska ting for the best skater from Marion county were was won as follows 1st Miss Maria Minor and Mr Bullock 2d Miss Glaze broke and Mr Bricken and 3d Miss Bickettand Mr Milton McElroy Wharton the local real estate agents sold this week fyrMr Turner Derringer 100 bres on the front side of his farm on the Willisburg pike to M r JohnD Burns and Mr Emer Yankey This tract in cl des the large dwelling house They also sold for Mr C W El man his farm of 70 acres to P1oM W Byflit for 4750 A iGood Speech One of the bestspeeches heard in Springfield for a longtime wa the one delivered here Tues day by the HOD Ollie M Tames Democratic nominee for US Seriator Notwithstanding the busy sea soot because or the housing off tobacco a fairly good siZt d crowd vas in town arid the Court House Was well filled 4a few minutes before 2 oclpck the Big Congressman waS introducedby John A Poliri in at brief soeech M r James spoke for over two hou rs and during that time held the closp attention pfhis hearers Be took Judge QRear to task for iis many inconsisiences andI insisted that he answer who he meant in his Lexington speech vhea he said thutU SSena tors had been tlectedby corrupt mea as in Kentucky Tire was mucfr enthusiasm on the part of the audience andj MrI Tames by the force of his logi has started his hearers to thinking G A R Meeting Ttjere will be a special meet ing 0f the BevilPalmer eost at Spiipgfleld Saturday October 7 1911 All members are re quested to he present Thos Hickey Adjutantt ItU Notice r The sprinkling privilege ex pireg October 1st Persons are hereby noticed not to sprinkle J I after that date- Springfiel Watqr Light Co V r t4 f MRS WILLIAMS I YiENNG t xI Friday and aturday Octob r6 7 I t Splendid lines ofIjailored and trimmedi hats tAll gdods strictly excl jsive and first class IZ f 5O DISCOUNT 4 w for cash Sales on atterns r Everyboc y ordia 1y frviicd 6XXX6 i 4X+X4i Mi iW 1 5 ReedVanArsdale Mr and Mrs L N Riad an nounce the engagement oft their daughter Eleanor Daucan to Mr Fred VanArsdale M trriage to take place October the 25tnJ lat the Pleasant Grove church Duncan Nominated The Republican conve ion td nominate acandidate for Representative met here Saturday and after being called lo order by County Chairmari W F Grgsby W A Wad6 was elected Chairman and O F Wharton Secretary Timewas a yery light attendance After the organization the following resolution was adopted Wethe Republicans pjf Wash ington county Ky in onven yention assembled for j Ie pur pose of nominating a Republican candidate for Reprftsentative 10 represent Washington county in the next General Assembly of 1andt 1 the Republican State Cohlvention at Louisville Ky Second DisapproyiHg of all means of corruption in elections county state and thett Republican party muniCifal county hereby ph toIrefrain from the use of whiskey or Qther corru mean whatsoever to inlluence a voter in the election for thcomin 1speechDuncan No other nominations t were made and Mr Duncan was declared the nominee vhich he accepted in a short speeqb Notice j v JWashington County Tobacco Warehouse Company i dIThe regular annual meeting of the stockholders of Washington County Tobacco Warehouse Company Inc for the lectlon of directors and the transaction of any ctlier proper business will be held at the office of the Company In Springfield Kv at 2 pmSaturdayOctobe 7 1011 Cbas M McChord ecty AtOpera Hour The great Leo the hjind cuff IKing and master of mar acles a strong feature act Opera House Monday Tuesday Wedlae day October 9 10 11 POLITENESS OUT OF PUCE LOld Lawyer Old Not Want His Client to ThInk He Could Get Free Advice Politeness Is politeness but bust ness Is Just business Ono of the clerks of the supreme court tried to combine tbe two tbe other day but hprenfter be Is going to attend strict Jy to business Ho was anxious to destroy the common belief of many persons who visit the New York coun ty courthouse that little courtesy Is shown by the attaches to thse seek ing information The clerk was stand Ing in the corridor on tbe secbnd floor when two men came along one of them gray haired The younger one asked tho cIder the way oit of the building Tbo clerk heard the query and at once told the questioner sev eral ways he could get out Tbo older man turned on the clerk with the In Junction to tufnd his own business adding that ho had been in the build- Ing before the clertf was torn and 1panloutthe clerk and apologized explaining that tho man who wanted lo know wasjhim to get the Idea that he could re ce ve free advice If he gets that peuon said the old practitioner Ill lose him as a client Cannon Balls of Stone aid Iroh Stone bullets were used until the year 1514 when they were supplanted by iron It was rear the of the sixteenth century befOre Ie den bol lets werb generally ndopted Stone cannon balls areyct used In some of tho eastern countries tIThief Restored Sacred P feats Tho precious stone rere ved and taken away from the labern Ie in tho new church Clareinorrls Ireland Bomb months ego have be returned by a registered letter Tfactrestitution was the cause oft1much andr isfaction as the stones raro costly 1 A L v r i9CN44L Miss Susie Penn has returned from a visit to Sadieville Ky rjMri and Mrs E A Tonge have returned after a visit to Mr and Mrs Green T Jones at Louisville Mrs Margaret Norman and son Marshal are visiting Mrs D R Litsey at Ft Wayne Ind Mr T J Hamilton of Louis- vilLe is visiting friends hfere this week Mrs Kate Williams was in Louisville one day this week tt tending Bairds millinery open ing in his new quarters Mr H M Grundy and Miss Kate Mayes are in Cinxjinnati thisweek buying fall goods Mr Polin Mclntire has returned to his home at Uoiontown after spending a few weeks here Mrs W T Leachman is the guest of Mrs B B Leachman this week Mr Frank Simms of Nelson county was here Tuesday Margaret Edeleri r spent IMiSS part of the week in tMiss Lyda Clements has returned to Lebanon aftr a visit here Miss Tim ons has returned MrsiIRev P F Hennessy has gone to Baltimore this week During1 tt FloodIof St Rose will be in charge St Dominies atI Mr and Mrs Emmett MeEt roy of Kansas City Mo are the guest of his parents iiireIJ Mr and Mrs Franz Scbwabe- have itt returned tp Germany after a yisit to relatives hero Mr W K Marks 0 Lotus iU here this veekI1Mr Jim ick list Mfes Eleanor Duncan is visit Louisvilleising IMrs Hugh Lee Smith entertained the U D Cs Tusda3 afternocn Miss Naomi Rogers enter tamed Tuesdayevening in honor of Miss Saunders il Mrs PVC Peb rs Is in Leba non this week Mr Walter Clements left this morning for school at St Marys Kansas Mr Warren Trusty o Hop kinsvijle is visiting his brother Dr W F Trusty Mrs Tom Spaldiug of Bards towu visit d her parents here this week r Public Sale IMr a N Willett having sold his farm this sale is jjor the pur pose of dissolving partnership we will on- Thursday October 19 at 100 oclock pm offer for sale on the farmof Ji W WdileU 6 miles from Spridgtield on the Springfield and Bartistown turn t pike offer for sale to the bi1der the following highestII One black mare 9 foal to Jack 1 black mare IIvearlinbrown mare 1L years old one yearling gelding one yearling filly 1 jack 3year old well broke 15 hands high sired by the late J A Sympsons jack and oat of a first class jennet from the Gov Wood family jack 3years old a good one ift hands high sired by a Paragon jack ndout of a Gov Wood jennet jack 2years old well brOke Hi hands high sired by Dewey and outof a Gov Wood jennet jack one year did a good one and out off a Goy Wood jennett by aParagon jack 1 jack colt suckling sired by Governor Billy ovned by Thnr man Peters 2 jennet colts 1 yearling and 1 suckling 3 fitclass aged jennets 6year old work mule 2year old horse mule mare mule colt 10 sheep 1 buck 3 weanling cilyes 1 black bull calf one heifer cow arid calf 4year 9ld6ow sow and 10 pigs corn drill fertilizer attachment 1 riding cultivator The jack and jennet stjcfe is partnership and all parties re serye the right to bid or buy any part of this stock TERMS All sums under 10 cash over that amount ona credit of six months note with approved security and payable in bank with interest from late will be required J W C N WILLETT S M Campbell Auctioneer IOLD FASHIONED BARBER BEST Writer Objects Strenuously to the Tonsorial Artist With HisAtro clous Clothes and Talk Ir Scarce a man living but at times drifts Into dreaming and picturing hwealthIthatm7 o sen satlonal headlines Here and there Is one who merely Inclines toward some modest benefaction For our own part suddenly finding ourself rich we should like to devote much of it to eliminating the tonsorIal artists sepajneckwearIglibly of scandal horse races and hair restorer and eventually drives many a man to whiskers who is perfectly sane and normal otherwise There are too many of him On the other hand the old fashioned barber kripws his financial mental and artistic limitations He seldom feels better acquainted with you the secdnd time over than he did the first He assumes jou know what you want better than he does and rarely forces hrextras Mostly hell a good fadeaman cleanly and careful In ltl Work One of hIs stripe puts greater crimp In thfl safety razor business than Jill the artists combined Bless him there la hot enough of bunt Buffalo News Made Woman Opportunity American typewriters are sold all over the world Millions are In use Nothing else that hfisbeen invented hat been to potent In affording bust ness opportunity fqr women It was after she bad entered business as a typist that woman began to branch out into other lines of endeavor lOOK AT THIS III 11ThinkI I READ what it means IT to yonII IIlam going to stay at my fathers Ed Cusick until 1 I have asked a leave of absence for Itime longer as I could hot accommodate all of my lriEmdsjJ II and patrons intwo months Remember this is your last cbance to get Photographs from a man who knuws his business and thoroughly capable 1 hae worked fortne past I years at TE CUSICK STUDIO in Louisville and head isIIfinisher of all their highclass work You get benefit while I am on my vacation Cull me at my I IIEd Cusick by phone and make arrangements for me come to your homes and do anything may wish in a high class good pbotographEor I All my work J8 guaranteed Remember J Bra here 11 only until NdV Lst so call at one Ii iT YoursJobD8ines at once s 1r FORREST CUSpC jII IIn a 1 1 LexitoTk Qctotiir4lJI I f tr I tItofldUHLANi58 S31000 Futurity 1 3000 Tuescjiiv bct 3Tennessee Stake Tuesday at 35000 Futurlty Wednesday Q 40A r3900 MoDOwell Stake Wednesday Oct 4 t 5000 TransylvanIaStakeThd yOGjG jGreat Fre por All Pace tt800oeMQhdY Oct 93000 Wa1nqtHaii Cup Monday Oct 92000 Free For All trot Tuesday bet to Every Worlds Cliarapioii from YilrUnllJifrJlirPi Sensational Racing Daily X i MUSIC BY WEBER WW OX INUHUS f 1 I 1I1 t fl a IISeeourOIueI e Ware I Anew lot of WaterColors lRRoofing Get on don IIPlum ing T Tseecur t J Perjcction oilStQXes if iIf 1 14DAMONDEDGE1Razors IiiSM4 iJS eeo rlixieof1 t jei J IO K L t FteeersBstofAicI II lIandaee us when in tow I I SIIIJLTZ tGLEAYRF ic J r tit fFITZGERALD r f HER T Lm1r1 f 1 II S 4ljIIrr 1 I September The for Month Fresh5tOysterst i IIIiWe r 40 if Iwill again keep then iin tk buBc 4shipped extra selectI Oysters f I ComeandTry Snij 1i I r t We will serve themmOosto timelraw Jor COOJ4 JII0 J I Fresh Bread 0Danes and 7an1 dt also lees at Any fimii Tt42P- UBLIC L 1 SALE H I JJ if J OF 1to SLand Stock crop j riII Farming Impleifeatsi etc t In order to s tUehe estate of Mrs Jlalf Peytoei d eVV f SaturdayS t November4Sr i lsijJ J i 1 atlO oclock am at thelale residence of Mrs Mali aPsytciaSbe Springfield and Perryville sell to the hjgiest bidder tf 11i 132 Acres of Land 4 ftf Two fine work Mules 1 work horse 1 brood Mare MidCdR 8 eteprfine Milk Cows 25 Hogs 800 bushels of Corn KlnMlMol Wb ff fkJf Lotof Hay Farming Implements Household asrtkit lia as gdod s new and of fine quality J l This farm is on Pleasant Run in the best Borl y lobece aeisu of the State and is very fertile in high state of coltivaiiMi sM t on It one of the best tobacco barns In the cowity There to k Kti acres in grass balance in cultivation Ko better ort r pjtb offeredJn years to somiEone looking for a ira fan wtk well located convenient to school ai efcwnsi iLIaix months withinterest will be given ll sumsrder1OkM1 The T rws of sale on land reasonable and rasde Jpl nqwa es1sy ef Isale For full particulars call at premise or aodrete 1 XB PEYTQW Iw or O M THGMP55 i t + SP1UNGmtD L t IID ny ThOught whAt ypu ate and te l1111thit 1 Prevented Sale ef W Ie John Tower endeavore4K wife Elizabeth at auCtion MiF June 1817 but the authoritl pro the sale i I t 4t rval Dsd hr tThe Rev 0 PiMtp- aurs t Jttjcrc r if l r Ilt titteo liv bees rSsMwso4 ow W4trfIt IS I 7jI j i JwI= fr WkILLr theNortlttt J mlOvESA GRAY JACKET of I 7 PAUIMtI r 7ii Au ie firmn WHEBPO5S sJmGo 1tT1U 0IV 1fIIrr 1 DJ2ZE2Jr ra1lXiK qiAPTE A Dispatch for1 L ngstf et It wua bare Slain Interiorthe 1 low table atwhich fie sat an unplaned board his eat abox made softer by L folded blanket The only comp n1 1H were two aides standing silent ibelde ta eloped I ftp anticipate biff He will abide in my eTer as I saw him then nceanxIoOUSoj ptfer destined to neet wrthat old gray iteriy itrategjr SeW at bay for tJy Mighty forces hurled on our 10ngt fly thinning lines of defense 4e tTilfltory of war has never conJ aL4 14 equal and while 1 live Ii sall love and revere him as I can fov- ejadrsvere no other man l Geafral Lee said one of the aides i Ia t passed the single sentry andII 4r tw ulde the flap to step within BIll 3s Captain Wayne He deliberately pushed away the I a H of papers which had been en Caflic Kim and for an embarrassing JBOBcst t fixed upon me a glance that WeemMtoread me through endi ftmroufck Then with simple dignity fa ore impressive than I can plc1 tUre it in words he arose slowly and xteed his hand I Captain Wayne he said gravely yet retaining his grasp and with his yetvfnll upon mine you are a much younger man than I expected to see yet i mave selected youupontheSped- alrecommendaUonof your brigade oomauder for services of the utmost importance I certainly do not hold your youth to be against your sue ceis but I feel unwilling to order you to the performance of this duty jwhlch besides being b YOnd the regu Oar xsQuireiaents of the service in votaM unusual risks l Without Inquiring its natureIi Mid hastily 1 freely offer myself a 1yoluEeerl for any service which may b required either by the army or1 ounelf I The kindly face brightened instant flyi almost into a smile and a new jtooli of confidence wept into the keen el 11 felt even as I spoke he said With a dignified courtesy I lyavo never aiazked la anyone else that I must be 4dCn wrons to question the wllll ftioisa of an officer of your regiment ptain Wayne to make personal sac a battlesiluatil how Uthh never called npoa them in vain You 61kromtheaaks I believer t 1 was a colrporal at Manassas J Ahl them you have won your grade iQ hard service You take with you- cceazaaV 3 Sergeant Craig of my troop sir a cood soldier who khowa the country jwelL iB lowered his eyes to the numer COB papers uttering the table and yeaeaig over traced lightly with m red pencil a line across out IQre14 map yipeak of his knowing the coun jtryirell are you awarethen of your jlMtikatlonrv b I l merely Inferred from what Cal cnel Carter said that ft was your de sire to reestablish communication with General LonggtreeL 0That is true but do you know where Longstreet Is iriyjtbt we of the line suppose ihi if SVbT somewhere west of the mountains sir It Is camp gossip that pVesent base of supplies Is at t iinerfvUle ft V u Your conjecture is partly correct lalthough r have more ceasian to be- SIeve that the head of his column has reached Bear pork or will by tombr row morniqg Kindly step this way Captain Wayne and make note of the blue lines I have traced across this map Here you will observe is iil htghineraT lines extend north and south dl xectly between us with their heavier bodies of infantry along the Wbar pike and so disposed as to shut fIt communication between us and onI Heft wing Now the message I got into Longstreets hands Is Jmpera Jtive indeed I will say to you the hrery safety of this army depends up ion Its reaching him before his ad h Tanoe passes Bear Fork There ro mains therefore no time for any long detour the messenger who bears it Imttake his life 4n his hands and Tide straight westward through the very lines of the enemy He spoke these words rapidly earnestly then suddenly he lifted his eyes to mine and said firmly I am perfectly frank with you Are you vthe man I felt the hot blood leap into my face but I met his stern gaze without ilrichlng If I live General Leg I shall meet bls advance at Bear Fork by day break kPod gulde ou I believe you will unconfllahced toward the door Major IHolmee will you kindly hand me the idraft of that dlapatchT He took the paper from the out p stretched hand of the aide read It over slowly and with great care wrote a word of explanation upon the margin and then extended it to me Ccmsalt that to memory word br word to your memory we tnpst run 1 ue z Jamng raw tub enemy hands I cansee it now that coarse yellow papertho clear upright penmanship the words here and there misused and corrected the sentence scratched out the heavy underlining of a command andhls owp strangely delicate signa ture at the bottom Headquarters Army Northern yir ginla J In the field near Custer House Sept 23 2 PM iLJe tenant qen ralLongstreetu- Commanding Left Wing uSlr You will advance your entire force by the Connelton and Sheffield pikes so as to reach Castle Ck with your full Infantry command by day brealc September 26th Let this supersede all other orders I propose to attack in force in the neighborhood of Sailors ford and shall expect you to advance promptly at the first sound of our artillery It Is absolutely essen tial that we form prompt connection of forces and to accomplish this re1 suit will require a quick persistent at tack upon your part You are hereby ordered to throw your troops forward without reserve permitting them to be halted by no obstacle until they come IntoVactuall touch With my columns The success or failure of my plans will depend utterly upon your strict observance of these orders RELEE General Commanding LJiancled back the paper and lifted my hand in salute You have memorized IU Word for word sir Repeat it to me He held the paper before hlnj as I did so and at the close lifted his eyes again to my face Very good he said quietly Noyr let there be no mistake repeat It over to your companion as you proceedun tli he has memorized It and one of yoU must live long enough to reach Longstreet I advise you to take the Langley roadit is the most pro f I I I I t t You Are a Much Younger Man ThanII AExpected to See tected and not try to pass beyond the old Coulter plantation until after dark or you will run the risk of be- Ing observed by the enemys pickets Beyond this I must leave all to your own discretion He paused and I still lingered thinking he might have something more to add Are you one of the Waynes of Charlottesvilie he asked gravely Colonel Richard Wayne was my rather sir Ab indeed I remember him well and his face lit up With a most tender smile We were together In Mexico A Vlrglnlp gentleman of the old school He is dead I believe He was killed sir the first year of the war remember it was at Antletam And your mother If my memory is not at fault she was a Pierpont She is now in Richmond sir and the old plantation is but a ruin is indeed sad he said slow IWar I often feel that our southern are compelled to bear the brunt of it What heroines they have proven History records no equal to the dally sacrifices I have witnessed in the past three years God grant It may be soon ended Then as If suddenly moved by the Impulse of the moment he again ex tended his hand Well lad he said kindly the same grave smile lighting his face our country needs us We must not waste time herein conversation I an very glad to have been permitted to meet the son of my old friend and trust you will remember me to your mother But now goodby captain and may he In whose hand we all are guide and guard you I know that a Wayne of Virginia will always do his dutyBareheaded and with proudly swell ng heart I backed out of the tent as t might have left the throne room of an emperor but as I grasped the reins ind swung up into the saddle I became conscious that ho had followed ine Craig flung up his hand in quick soldierly salute and then with a sin gle rapid stride the general stood at his horses head Sergeant he saidand I was struck by the incisive military tone- f his voice so different from the gen shown within I am Iniormed Ail IAwinch a strung man would gne way under i J8 faCt if wom ftl are more patient than they ought 44 sa he under such troubles dr Enry woman ought to know that she may obtain e cst expenenced medical advice free ofcargsif i ksJe toYti Piree M D President BuffaIN Y D 1iUrcc hss Mea sue coosulting physican of the nW ti t k4l MCt Swticd Institute 011U1110 N YfarS7 Tsad has had a wider practicalexperience I il orwoQ1en than any other physician In this country i efficacyIand deli I tionrorniLUEs1ttU1f 8fit S4K MiiENWELL irs d fnIlpctSoPeopleg Medical Adviser 1008 pages Ii newly s liptodat Edition Of whichclothbound I will be mailed Ira o-bl 31occntitnmp to PST cod ofmailingcsly Addressas above i 1A = Iun yba Lr JJuntC atquai IIIII night or day Then possibly you can Inform me whether the Big Hickory Is foraablo at Deer Gap fat lor infantry at high water sir but there is another ford twoJ miles north where tIs never over kne IThI You are a valuable man for us risk on such a ride hd8l1ld toI But I desire you to understand ser geant how deeply I value the services ydu are about to render and that I snail never permit It to be forgotten or go unrewarded And taw good night sergeant goodnight Captaln Wayne As we turned into the main road riding slowly I glanced backward The general was yet standing there in front of his tent gazing after us the rays of the westering sun gleam ing on his gray hair CHAPTER II 5lhe Night Ride By five oclock we were safeat Coi Chester and while our horses rested and refreshed themselves on some confiscated grain the two of us lay lazily back on a grassy Knoll wellt t within the shadow of a ruined wpJl and watched the round red sun drop slowly down behind those western hills we had to climb As early as we deemed it sale to venture we were again in saddle riding now straight to the westward along the smoothbeaten pike until we caught sight of tho black shadow of Colton church In our front then we swerved to the left and still mov lug rapidly bqt with considerable caro for the horses headed directly across the more broken country toward the foothills It proved to be a hard toll some climb up those long steep slopes rising before us for we were extremely careful now to keep well away from every known route of travel and our horses although lected from among the best mountssIthe cavalry brigade had already thoroughly winded by their smart trot up the valley 4An hour of this work passed Whether or not we were yet within the enemys lines was largely conj o ture for no human eye could pierce the enveloping gloom and no sdund either of warning or encouragement reached us as wo strained our ears The sergeant rode slightly In advance as we tolled up the higher terrace for our sole dependence as to direction and distance was upon his mem ory and even that coul4 scarcely serve for much on such a night as this I traced his passage upward as best I might and pressed close after him guided not so much by sight as by fioundrtho occasional rolling of a loosened stone the rustling of leaves as he touched a bush in passage the Taint clinking of his sabre and the heavy breathing of his horseuntil at last his lung slender figure rose auf ficiently above the dark hill surface to be faintly silhouetted In deeper shadow against the dim reflection of the upper sSy Almost colncldently with this my horse ranged up beside his where he had drawn rein in evi dent perplexity What Is it Dari I questioned cpu tiously foraU I could feel reasonably assured of just then was that behind any rock or tree In our front there might be crouching a Fed ralplcket1 uIts nothln Cap he answered quietly turning bis face toward me as ho spokeurm Just tryln ter meniI her fibme landmark yer about ter guide from Blamed If ever I see such a dark night its like beta inside a pocket alt an I reckon as how it must be nigh onter ten year since II run loose in this yero country as kid Thet thar cutoff we took a wbllo back has sort o cQnfused me thats a fac and I dont just know whar I am but I reckon as how the main ridge road were a huntln after ought er run somewhar out yOnder He pointed forward Into the night Very well haadme your relnand1 see what you can discover out there on foot Sitting here Isnt apt to mend matters and we surely cannot afford to cripple our horses among those rocks The sergeant a gaunt tireless mountaineer sUpped silently from hisI saddle swung his light cavalry bine from his back to the hoiiow of his arm and In another moment wan snahlcouldstealthily I heard a stone rattle un der his foot a halfsuppressed oath dud then the night had completely swallowed him- HowutterJy alone I seemed how Intensely painfully still everything was The silence felt almost like a weight so greatly it oppressed me Even the accustomed voices of nature were hushed as If war with its un speakable cruelty had cast a spel Over all things animate and inanimate It was weird uncanny With every nerve strained I leaned forward across the pommel of my saddle lit tening for the slightest sound out in that black void My bead burned and throbbed asjvith fever and I felt that strange unnatural stillness as though it bad been ft physical thing surely others besides us were uponthis hilltop For I knew well my every sol dler instinct told me that somewhere out iin thatyimpenetrable mystery were blazing the camp fires of an enemy Vigilant eyes wore peering every where in search of such as we How far away they might lurk I could not even conjecture perhaps merely around some projecting wail of rock and we might oven now be within the rang of their ready rifles I could heaf the quickened throbbing of my heart and my hand fell heavily on plstol butt In nervous expectancy TThe soft night wind heavy with pine odors began suddenly to play amid the leaves of a low tree beside- me and the pleasant rustling mingled like strains of music with the slow breathing of the horses I recall It now as one of the loneliest moments of my life one of those almost un accountable conditions of mind and bodY rD1t seemed to mo that the inexorableIat might11ethe saddle but did not dream of sleeps iny mind in a firm endeavor to cast aside the uncanny Influences of the hour recalled in swift pano rama those three years of civil strife which hpd run their a slender whit faCed courseslDAI forth into tho tale pfth0 old iome to ridoaway Into the northward where the throbbing drums called me So deeply had iny every thought become merged in JwwnlP that frale sllpDlnB si batty a ghost rrom our ngui ling darkness laid hand upon my relq before I became Ware of his j 1Inounced quietly peering up Into my face Vons are not ni o nor a hundred yards ter the rig f of the road but I reckon youll find her way a bit rough led both horses forwiird mov slowly and with that silent cau sti characteristic of fals class IlIe scarcely the flinty rocksefinedrdObeatJ upon the f fackL IIThe south is over yondjr ter the left he whispered as ho swung up into saddle an the trend the road is mighty nigh due west But In which direction lees their main camp lie sergeant Durn It thets just wlxt I cant quite figure out sir whets sr we jins be to ther north or soul ji of ther white church Then somotbw or other it seems Hko to if this metfsyero road lay a bit ter the edge of ther plateaus tor e er be tho main pike what the Fed marched over I reckon from the direction it runs that maybe it night be a branch like or a wopdtfc ad leadln inter the other If thets the way It Is then them fellers we 1 is Is tryln ter dodge ought ter bed wn yonder ter the left somewhar I gazed vaguely out int the black vacancy to which he poln Well If wo should cha aIup against one of their picket posts we shall soon be enlightEned I returned urging my horse ct refully for ward But we shall hf to to tako the chances for It woul not Provo healthy for either of us t be caught hero by daylight Not daring to venture a any gait faster than a walk along t lls unknown and Illdenned mountain ti wo slowly and cautiously jworkt our way forward for more Ulan un hour meet Ing with no human obstacle to our progress yet feeling tha each step forward was surrounded ty imminent peril That we were now well within the guarded lines of the enemy we were both ass ured al though where or how we ad succeed ed In penetrating tho cord ri of picket posts unobserved we could only con lecture CHAPTER III An Unwelcome Guest This was the sort of work I had long ago learned to lovefj It warmed the blood this constant certainty of imminent peril this intenso probabil ity that any moment might bring a flash rff flame Into our very fcsEach step we took was now a stern grim play with Fate where the stakes were life and death I felt my pulses throb as I rode steadily forward fair ly thrusting the darkness aside my teeth hard set my left hand heavily on a revolver butt How In such a situation the nerves tingle and the heart bounds to each strange sight and sound Halt iwhat was that Pooh njo more than the deeper shadow of a sharply pro jecting rock aro nd which we pick careful way our hors i crowding against each other In too narrow space And that Nothing but the faint moan of the nigh wind amid Ithe dead limbs of a trel Ah mark handIrein opens again for It was merely a istar silently falling froni out the lack ddpths of the sky Then both Of ushaJt at once and peer anxiously forward The figure standing directly in the center of our path can Ia sentry at last A cautious stepItboI ward a low laugh from the se1 And we circle the gaunt blackened stump as silent ourselves as the night about us but with fiercely beat lag expectant hearts IBut hark Surely that was no com sound born of that drear loneliness No cavalryman can mistake tho jingle of accoutrements or the dull thu of horsess hoofs The road here must have curved sharply for they were already so close upon us that almost simultaneously with tho sound wo could distinguish the deeper shadow of a small coihpact body of horsemen directly In our front 0i left of us there rose sheer and black tho precipitous rock to right we might not oven guoss what yawning oldI It was either wit of sword play now IeI know not how it may be with others in such emergencies bat with mo It always happens that tho sepseof fear departs with the presence of actual danger Before the grewsome fanclesl ior imagination may quake a any maiden plane unon a city street at night until each separate nerve becomes a very demon of men tal agony but when the real and known once fairly confronts me and there Is work to do I grow Instantly cool to think resolute to act and find a rare Joy in it It w is eo now and revolver In hand but hidden beneath my holster flap I leaned over touched Craigs arm andI Keep quiet hispered Let them challenge first and no firing except on my order Almost with the w rda there caIne the sharp hail Halt ylio coineaj there I drew the cape of my riding jackettI closer so as hotter to muffle sound of my voice thI Friends or coursoi Fho would exicit to in ti on thl road JFortuno see Jcd with me In the chance answer for hqwho hal hailed exclaimed U Oh is that you ijjrennan There was no time now for hesitancy hero was my jcue antI must IIMJ tying Firm Hand Upon Her Aqrsea iBit Led jorth to Where Waited plunge ahead accepting thetcnancos Iventured it if1 jr11 uNo Brennaricouldn come I am here In his plac5TF Indeed Who a oyou Major WIlke There was jauseinch1chcoul inoinents painful hoar xoq r Very Serious 1Itis a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be caroM to get the genuine 0 agBLACK ILiver Medicine T e reputation of this old relia bIomedicine for constipation igestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the Vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN F2 TViiKie repeuicu mo i w fully There Is no officer of that name in the Fortythird ellI there chances to be such an officer on the staff retorted permit ting a trace of anger to appear in my toneuand I am the man What the devil Is the difference Hale Just what his name is boomed a deeper voice back in the group We are pot getting up a directory of the Sixth corps Of course hes the man Brennan sent and that is all weve gotto look after JOh all right certainly major returned the first speaker hastily But the night Is so cussed black I supposed we must be at least a mile this aide of where we were to meet How ever wo have the lady here for you all tight and she Is anxious enough to get The lady Heavens What odd turn of fortunes wheel was thlsl11e lady I heard Craigs smothered chuckle but before I had sufficiently regalne control over my own feel lags to venture upon a suitable reply the entire party had drawn forward tho leader pressing so close to my side that r felt safer with my face well shadedIasked and the gruffness ot his tone put me instantly on defense- Just behind us I returned affected carelessness and determined now to play out the game lady or noI lady I was extremely sorry for herI but the cause outweighed her comfort The sergeant and I rodo out ahead when we heard you coming Where vis the lady He glanced around at the group huddled Third behind on the himIII All right Nothing believe for I was eager to get away Sergeant Just ride In there and lead out hr horse We will have to be moving gentlemen for it is a rough road and a dark night Beastly assented the other heart nTII fairly held my breath as Craig rode forward If one of them should chace to strike a match to light a plpcor any false movement of Craigs should excite suspicion If he should even speak his soft southern drawl would mean Instant betrayal And how coolly he went at It with a sharp touch ofthe spur causing his jaded horse to exhibit such sudden restlessness as to keep the escortS well to one side while J ranged up to our unwelcome guet tvand lay lag firm hand upon her norses bit let forth to where I waited It was quickly nobly done and I could have hugged the fellow good luck to you major IWel1 ride Remember me to Deuced Queer though wby he failed to show up on sqch an oo caslqn its this Ho was unfortunate enough to be sent out In the other direction with dispatchesgoodnight gentlemen It was sweet music to me to listen to their hoofbeats dying vapidly away behind us all we turned back dpwn the dark road tho sergeant stlU riding with his one hand grasping the strangers rein I endeavored to scan her figure In the blackness but found qrethanIpressed upon me she sat straight and firm In the saddle so concluded Lshe must be young Madam I began seeking to way with caution Into her feelS Imy I fear you must be qultQ by your long ride turned slightly at sound of my IShe at all siram merely eager to push oil Besides my ride has not been a long one as we merely came from General Slgcls headquarters The voice waspleasantly modulated and refined lAh yea certainly I stammered fearful lest I had made a grave mis take But really I had supposed General Sigel was at Coultervllle- He advanced to Bear creek yes torday she returned quietly So you see we had covered scarcely more than three miles when wo met How much farther is It to where Major Brennan Is stationed I fear was guilt bf hesitancy b lit was only for a mbment am unable to tell exactly for as IIt chances have never yet been in the camp but I should judge that two hours riding will cover the distance Why In a ttone of sudden Captain Halo certainly surprlsel was all of twenty miles From Bear creek I questioned eagerly for It was my turn to feel startled now The map barely makes It ten bytheat least so I heard some of the younger pfficers say but It seems the Confederate pickets are posted so close to the White Briar that my friends decided It would be unsafe toIproceed that way This was news Indeednews so expected and startling that I forgot all caution Then what road do they call this She laughed at my evident Igno rance as well as tho eagerness of my tone Really you are a most peculiar guide she exclaimed gayly You al lostFortunae1yedge of this mysterious region I am able to enlighten you to some extent Wp aro now riding due southward along Iho Allentown pike Craig leaned forward so as to look across her horses neck to where I rodo on the opposite side May I speak a word sir he asked cautiously Certainly sergeant do you make anything out ot all this Yes sir he answered eagerlyOIl know now exactly hpW wo missed it and where wo are The cutoff to the White Briar I spoke to you about this J afternoon cannot be more than a hun tUft OrrIt yna f13 tarate r L 4 co JWeJ return He swung forward his carbine Where it would be handy for instant service and trotted ahead into the darkness The womans horse being comparatively fresh and restless danced a little in an effort to follow but I restrained him with a light hand on the bit and we sat waiting In sl lance I waa eager to be off to Qlake up by hard riding the tedious delay of this nights work and constantly lis tcnlng in dread for Some sounds of Struggle down the roadway But all remained silent until I could olmiy distinguish the returning hoofbeats of the sergeants horse and so 81ik ious was I to economize time that I was already urging our mounts fol ward when his shadow grew black in si4IbVery well sergeant when we come to the turn you ret ride a few rods in advance of us and will set a good pace for we must make up Iorallth1sllost time Very well sir hefej is the tprD to your right I could dimly distinguish the open ing designated and as we wheeled Into It he at once clapped spurs to his horse aqd forged ahead In another moment he had totally disappeared dnd asI urged our reluctant mounts to morejapld speed all sound of his progress was instantly lost in the pounding or our own hoofs on the hard road CHAPTER IV A Woman With a Temper I think we must have been fully an hour at it riding at no mean pace and with utter disregard of danger Although I knew little of where we were and nothing as to the condition of the path we traversed yet socom plete Was my confidence in Craig that I felt no hesitancy in blindly following the pace he set Then a black shape loomed up before us so Suddenly that it was only by a quick effort I pre vented a collision Even asf hold my horse poised half In air I per celved It WaS Craig himself who blocked the way What Is It sergeant uA picket sir at the end of the road he said quietly I kinder reck oned theyd hev some sort o guard thar so I crept up on the Quiet ter be Isure The feller helped me out a bit by strlkin a match ter see what time or I reckon Id a walked over IItwasin ther dark we better ride him down I asked thinking only how rapidly the night hours Were speeding and of the Importance of the duty pressing upon us Not with ther woman sir he aIswered in a low reproachful voi e Besides we never could git through without a shot an if by ny derrabsck it should turn out to be acavalry out post an I sorter reckon thats what it Iswhy our horses are to no shape fer a hard run You una better wait unaIIhere sir an let me tend tar that soget ther patroL fleJdlingwiser course and mechanically grasp ling the rein he held out to ome1fg0 ahead But be careful and ont waste any time If we hear the sounj of a shot we shall ride fonvaja under spur t AU right sir but therell be no fuss fer I know Just wbr ther toiler ITimeuncertainty every nerve on strah1I Hold yourself ready for a suddx start I said warningly to iny companion 11 there is any noise of a strdggle yonder I shall drlltlt in tie I spoke I swung the sergeants horse around to m side where 1i Icou1d control Mm more readily There was no reply from the worn ah but I noticed alto endeavored to draw together the napping cape other cloak aalhou h she fplt CbW1 by the wind and her figure seedltostiffen In thet saddle It wow at Iastndt the sharpflash of nmeket cle vfng the night In twatn but merely the tan figure of oytofthestanding at our very bprses heats uAIl clear sir he reported In a matteroffact tone But we sinn hev ter move mighty quiet fer ther main picket post aint more nor a hundred yards ter the rtg rt o ther crossin He did not remount but with reins tbejwl tbej It1soughtgloom and note some sign of a uUwgr gle some darker shadow whopei a body might be lying There wasnothf Ing visible to tell the sty The sergeant walked without the least hesitation across the open space directly into the deep shadows oppo where the crossroad continued Isite hold way Crouching low In the we followed him as sifbntly though we were but spirits oft night Up tho road I caught the red gleam of a fire almost spent and a black figure crossed us casting an shadow against the face of the ddI where it was lighted by the f red blaze It waiq all over In a mo ment a mere glimpse but It formed one of those sudden pictures which paint themselves on the brain and can never after be effaced I recall t yet tho long shade cast by the mans t Igun the grotesque shape of his flap ping army overcoat the quick change iIn the silhouette as ho wheeled to r trae his beat But there was no 1stepslying open at full length upon my horse We bad crossed the openand a perfect tapgle of low bushes hid us as completely as if we had entered the yawning mouth a cavfCD To bo Continued To Repair a Map AI god preparation to use In re j placing the pieces which have fallen off the cotton the map may bra made as follows Beat ups paste cI rye flour and add to It good glue tm proportion of on quarter thoW gttt of the flour Mxi well spread lightly on the cotton and carefully affix tttn torn pieces JQuality f That rofiteth No Mar Conceit may puff a man up but WIll er prop him up rRuskin J i or 3 h to t b4aPtO g4i uts hhALCOHOL 3 PR CENT o Promotes Digestiondudi So ilhtrOpiumHorpl Nor NAIttOTIC- s 5adkctpzlYn1tS BmpIdc A4aiLi2E ozIsiiAOIraaitrI Idnis t AprfectIleniedyiorConsfip- lionSourStomadflDlarrIIX V ltt 0011 g l rTacSrimItsi rr NEW YOIUt eundciii Exact Copy of Wrapper J CASTORIAif For Imants and Children The Kind YoU Have Always Bougbto l t It BerstlieA- Sifituio J f It1t Jh it I 1 0I r 7 tho 9 il if y Use r For Oer 1 I t Thirty Yrs CChTORIA nCCClTaUllcoaycwCrtT 1 I rt oj 4 Have You Tried Itl thedrugtroubleshavedrivetheniEven now it niaybe nearly too late5 But try it any how If anything can help you Cardui will It has helped beentried pcARDtJ1TheI i My daughter Octava would have been In herj grave 6day haditIibt been for that fine medicine Cardui writes KyNothingI had fefceh CarduL IIbadsent for the doctor when thought of your medicine and gof a1 bottle When she had taken four doses she became all right I often recor nend Cardui to my friends Your druggist sells jCardui wid full instructions for ii2sthe bottle IblorEVERY RUS1NISSIWN V vf tie importance conducting all business deltajls by local and long distance It is economy iin javinjof r j rRcognizes money Unexcelled telephone service caabe ha r IIof tho Cumberland Telephone and TelegjaphXJom distance connectiotis to all jmportantpoiats tshitb e TJnitcdlStategratesreaaonabe service the bekt CUMBERLAND TELEPSJ1ONETELIGRAPK COMANY t Incorporated tli fJ 6 JtJIJ Ls Curea jj My tI flacfII 17 x For twentynine jettat intervals a great suiererr I IbeenI rheumatim Duxngthatt t j 3tJ3t HBH ITvas confined to my bed help4 less I tried Sloans Liniment 4 and usel it with such satisfactory results That I sent for two large b ffiOJ and I have up to this time used about Tialf a 50 cent bottle with splendid uccessjuins HYDE Beebe White County Ark V Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes mMR JAMES E ALEXANDER of North HarpswelljMe wntesulamfi t a horseshoer and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has A brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerVe I had it So bad 6ne nightttt when sitting in my chair that I had to jump on my feet to getrelieL IBv at once applied your f i J SLOANS JiPIf INIMENn jiotI to the affected pat and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly I think it is the best of ill Liniments i 1Ir Sloans Liniment does not need any rubbing Its a powerful penetrant Tiyit for Rheumatism Sciatica Sprains hest Pains and ore Thrpat It gives almost instant reliefd Prlcp 25c50c and 100 at All Dealers tend for Sloan ProC Book Hone Address DR EARL SSLOAN BOSTON MASS =Dally Thought llemor8 is the cabinet of imaglna lion the treasury til reason the reg istry conscience skid the council chambec oft thoughtrrBasllo L 4 i Iflt ut s e ail of r snrSsJ0 I Saith the Cynic CJharacterls iHco money yrhea oi 811tor I lleve you haVe pleatr to spar I Li1 1