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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r 7 is iio ESTABLISHED F JN4883 I li i t iI MEW SERIES YtiL XVIII Nft 47 T O c11Jt COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 30 J i Et t V t LMURDERERyI Pays PeiiAitjr For His Crime iia Death Chair j 4 Ricbitondr Vat Nov 24 J VV Henry Clay Beattie went to his death at dawn today the self t j confessed murderer of his young f wife although the confession I was not made public until four a hours after bo tad paid the toll 1i exacted by the law He maintained to the end the remarkable nerve he hadexhibi ted since first he was accused of i kilting hisVile on the lonely MidJothian turnpike last July iBu lat expression was a sneer cwhenheobservedtQh chair that e t was to launch him into etdrniiy oLlie in downtown hotel by the Rev Benjamin Dennis eof the min st rS who nad labored lith Beattfe to repent As a matter vof fact it was ac knowledged bythe minister Beat 4 tie first admitted his guilt Nov ember 9 ibe day alter he entered the death cell and before the fruitless appeal for a comm ra tion of sentence was made to the Gcvernojv Ig Then all hopethat the Gover nor would interfere was gone tf The extraordinary document ful J f Mows 0 I Henry Clay Beittie Jr de sirous of standing right before God and man do on this the 23 ddVtOf November 1911 confess my guilt of the crioie charged against me Much that was pub Wished concerning the detailswas pot true but the awfuiiact withiv outJbh0 harrowing circumstances 1 temains For this action lam truly sorry and believiag that am at peace with Gbd acid am Iso9nto pass into His prcsence 4thisstatement ismade 4 7 He read tjie newspapers avidly and every reference to his iron nerve and to the fact that he was ingoing lo Ihe chair without ac vknowledging his crime in tbeI hope of saying his aged father id fiber sorrow according to those who Vete with him to the end seemed to afford him su preme satisfaction I Apparently he gloated over the 0cGirl Granted Divorce i I Edith Oder a fifteenyearold gIrl wasfesterdaygrantedad- ivorcef om Sam Oder uy J udge ILI Bingham and restored to her made name of Edith Brown The plaintiff in her petition tiled Ap ril 13th last sass that Oder who she met while visiting relatives in Washingtonrand with whomI 1 she bad but a bare acquaintance Iiiseoured their marriage through fraud and dures Shortly after theiri marriage whichoccurred October l91I she says she returned to her patents She furiber saVstt at she was but fifteen 3 ears old and tbe defendant wa twentytwo No children she says were born to them e4 Judge Bingham in rendering I r i w j 7 THE t NEUJ 1 LE VBR1 1 1 tSPIN6FIELO lrLif ip tb lutance of the status and that the onybopefor the future of the cbildT isto sever a bond which she could not have understood whensbe took its obligation It lsthe savsIthat the girl can seculfe an edu cation and the proper develop ment and that happiness which is one of the inalienable rights PUBLIC SALE jIn order to wind up and settle latelRCArn01dwe SSatnrdayy December 2 1911 at 2 o clack pm n the premises one half mile f bromMackville and Perry vi lei turn p mikeb tidderR C Arnold place coniaming 150 ACRES Farm is well imprbved and has 9n it a good dwelling house to bacco barn and all necessary outbuildings All the land is in a high state of cultivation and is nndgoodiscbool and is watered About 100 acres of this land is in grass The Ipurchaser will be giyen deed with covenant ot general warranty TERMSrOnethJrd cash rem dainderments payable in 1 2aud 3 years for which purchaser will be re- qUIred to execute notes bearing interest at 6 percent from January 1st 1912 wiih a lien re seryed on land to secure pay w ent of unpaid purchase money t W ARNOLD and other heirs of R G Arnold It Hurt In Runaway Frightened by the breaking off a piece of harness a horse driven by Professor Thaddeus Cheat ham teacher in the Taylorsville public school ran away on the 14th inst throwing Professor Ceeathamand his eightyear old daughter from the vehicle hq little girl fell ahossa oajtk an and was prbablv internally iinjured Her lather escaped with bruises Professor Cheathanr was on his way to town from his home Louisville Her aId DOROC BOAR FOR SALEi- have for sale a thorougnbred Duroc Jersey Boar that I bought from Judge Thurraan Can be registered About 12 month old and weighs about 250 pounds Call at once and he will be sold S 0 PARROTT J Springfield Ky Rural Route 5 Old Landmark Gone Another historic old landmark has passed A storm recently felled the tree near Nederbemert under which Florls count of Holland was peace ofINederhemert In 1061 when be was treacherously murdered by Herman- van Kuyk The tree was believed to h4 nvtoe a thousand yearsold SHOOTING SCRAPE Mysterious Happening At Lebanon Depot A shooting scrape unusual in some otiits features occurred at the Depot Tuesday evening Nov 15th between sbj and seven o clock The participants were negro men and although tues trouble took place tn the colored waiting loom at a time when the was filled with people nu theIshooting Henry ld of Campbellsville was the victim but even he says fctt does not know the name of his assailant B refield was drinking and soon after entering the waiting room ecame involved in a difficulty with another negro over the eftis of certain lodges to which they belonged The discussion became heated it is saidand nally the negro whose name is not known drew from b s pocket two pistos He looked tnern all over deli rttely and makingva selection placed the gun against Bareneld sjjreaat and fired EyJr eryony iu the room scattered sjme going through windows without the formality of raising lthem A physician who wd8 summoned found upon examiu atipn that the ball had not en tered the body although it did i Cnfi4ctthel heart Had the bail entered eath would undoubtedly have been instantaneous Brefieldn is said to be very troublesome when drinking He is said to i have killed a negro some time ago antf to have served a Son t tence in tiie penitentiary fur tne crime Night Officer vrtornpson arrived on the bcene soon after the affair and began an investi gation He has been unable to llearn hqweyer who aihthc shooting as tverypue whoknew an thing about Its all including Bareneld himself staled that tfie onegroCBarefleidfor Caajpbellgvilie LefianOn Ii Enterprise 7 l Hair 1 hat if FascinatesI WHO WANTS LUSTROUS FULL OF LIKE AND BE I HAIRtt Start npw madam this is jutTh ClhairofJf yxu haye not used PARISIAN SAGE you arnt on the high road lo Idelightful falling hair itching scalp faded anu lifeless hair- Dandruff germs are obstructionists they prevent thehair from receiving its proper nourishment Use PARISIAN SAGE for one week and note the von derful improvement Haydon lett guarantees it 50c a bottle WiII Valuable Old Coin Mr Isaiah Duggins who lives i near Cornishviile is another in div ilho poessel5O cent piete made in 1853 which are said to be worth the goo roundtI sum of 2500 Mr Dugins hat nad this coin for a good raanv years It was given bin when tI quite a small boy and hui always fcept the giftnevep drea nmg it lilfadanymoreu GntilRepublican several weeks ago about the valuable coin of the ame date ojrned by hiS friend Mr James Watts of Perryville Very few of these 183liali dollars are m existence and that is what makes them so valuable Mr Duggins is something of a Gain collector for he has several old fashibnedcpppercents which are as big as a half dollar a quarter which is of an bid date and some ancient silver piecec which he values very highly Harrodsburg Republican i Killed By A Train R FL Thacker4vas lk flilledneaitLawrencebur 01theWhile crossing the tracks two miles south of Lawaenc burg his wagon loaded with railroad ties was struck by a passenger train en rOute to Danville Iii was killed one horse was killed and his wagon demolished The1 r gemainstto McBrayer the nearest station poronerTha ker was sixtyfiye years jof age Only recently he was mar ed to Miss Ida Parker tHeinfluential citizen and tilted bY4 all He leavesa wife four daugh ters and one son LouKsville lHerald Sale Sidney Foster c Ptffs EquityDavyBy virtue of a Judgment andIh tliciVuslijngtorircu October term Hill in the above style cause I shall proceed toI offer for sale otr ihe preniises in Washington county Ky j on 5J eATURPAYat 2 oclock p in or tlWi bouti tohe highest bidder aV publifaUfHbn uppna creel t of andJ32 ituonths the following Jescriberl firp rrty to WIt JS A certain trapt Qf land con andltjufAOn- audIIrnovvnjr AlPor tlifc purchas pVioe tfre pdis biser or put chasers wiih approved securityor sunes must execute bOlo bearing legal interest front date of sale upti paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Kidders mplyiII BOSLEY M 0 W ctIC AncientsLuc1 atearlytotboprotectIIntoIh t1 4t t c a i if UJ brr J R G obliitpsJ F Bishop VPres J M Sturgeon Sec erdTreas = u f fir FHR ERSt 0 7Jt fiff xtEOOSE LEAP TOBA CCO WA REHOUSE = f L INCORPORATED 0 SPRINGFIELD KY 2 4 z j = ISbp SiaIe of Tobacco Daily in any Quantity = I 7 Tobacco Skillfully Handled Tobacco 4= by Expert Men V FREEjtaIs for Teams FREE Insurance for tthe Farmers Protection No Rejection Fees House Well Lighted f lfrr B FlaugherJwho for s numqer of years has been in the employ of the American Tobacco will be in our employ this season and wiHl devote entireservice to the g hding and handling of all tobaeco that iis intrusted to ourcare We place great stress on the manner of handling nd grading Of tobacco and for that reason have employed expert men in their line 11 t4bt As an auctioneer we have employed Mr A SJohnson of Durham N Cone of the finest in the South and who has had a number bf years ofg4 Lexperience in thetobacco businesslln this and other States With this assurance you may expect and will get the best results that can be had in Stat 1 z This market will open on or about Decemeer 1911 with the following well known firms represented The American Tobaco Company R A Pat 4 terson Tobacco Company J P Taylor Company ILJ Reynolds Tobacco Company Q H Phaup Company and many more independent buyers andF2 wIwMi you load your tobacco for market follow the crowd and drive straight to the Farmers Warehouse 1J fI HiifieltXyr andit will mean dollars to you 1f f = BOgLITT BISHOP Gen Manager y = f V v The Parmers FriendsIrj Ir It WI 4 aa ai ti- eLII g I TRUTU4iWhat A Man Expects of A It Girl A young man contributes thef otowing to the Womans Homeaj i Iont care for a prude butbi I lke still less the other kind off girl who has ather uncertain iideals of womanhood It ic quite probable that the latter is more popular thffn the quiet girl who refuses to allow even nice boys kissi4ert allis1 A girl can ba poud fellow andj a jolly comrade among the b ys and at the same time let the boys know they are not to make to 3i free with her Such a girl will he accordeU genuine admiration on the parts of theboys The pflockthem snatch a kiss in a dark curi n eHt1nature as welt as the better side fthat respondsqui6kly and gladly i to tbe good Millupnce of a pure sweet girl r 11 can answer for a large cirI cie of young meujri nds when I SYO preier1 the pure minded1 irl to the girl who appeals tour baser natures There would e lib hesitancy in making IS choice Iometimes feel that ginsdo f not mike full use of tlfeir power toinflnence young men for good s1ucbastot admit jMiipubhc seven ten thsqf the things I oplan and strive for are brcause they vill rcsult ill making me what I be1 eve a certain young lady ex p ceetspossibly shyness and then the thought that the young men would not care for suchtmfluence the maj rity of the girls do not seenito atteJnpit9 exert an bility In this way A pure girl consciously using this gift wiHI do more I think to keepayoun r man in the straight and narrow than anything L know of Not ven a mother can do asmucliin guiding a young man as histit sveetheart in a puppy loveaf ffair at tweiJtVormoru years tflf UM Phe oh3 big thing every duigjpanexpecs ofIL girl vhethervslie i sweet heart or ftiendis herfnQuenve fhr yocd Every thing else is iocidental and wilrjaeimit the back1 I Your I Tobacco IIToThis I Insurance Stalls and I rground in comparison with wba most young raensilpntiy expect in girls it iollar Corn In Sight jI predictions sent out hum Washington come true we may iin the future see do lar corn J They predict that corn wiil goo eighty cents because of the jlawl of supply and dem and and then predict further that it iis filcelv to dollar 1OfAccording to Secretary Wil sons late t cbrn bulletin theI corn crop of Argentinia isshprtII and demands will be TUnited States for the umonntj necessary to make good ddwn there and tbroughoutthe rldiIn the light of his best informa tion the COrn crop of the United States vsiil total 3709482000 bushels less bj 358000000 than the crop of 1910 wnile the corn crop of Argentia and oJier corn growing countries has practical gone to the demnition pow OW8 Colds Vanish THAT1DOESNT I Have you heardof the overnight cold cure that is putting colds in the head and Chest out of business between sunI set and daybreak Here it is Cntit out and pave it if you do not need it now If you have a cold cough throat soreness or acute c svatathbefore Arcing to bed Pour a scant teat spoonful of Hyomei pronounce it Hyo me intoa bowl of boiling water coyer head ani bowl with a towel and breathe for several minutes the Jvapor that arises then go to sleep and awake with a clear hea4 free front mucus Hyomei is guaranteed for catarrh oltls coughs croup asthma sore throat and bronchitis or rhone back Bottle of Hyomei 50c at Haydoand- Willett and druggists everywhere Evidence Prehistorici Race ItViibletoric race were found wet of Vne Grove Ky by Hugh Yt l HCS a prosperous land owner ofm II excovatingt I Mj YftPSc me to an immense discovoa human skeleton The IfrpmeI HJS co iosity aroused Mrl Yat fJ called msome Kighors anlij armed vith picks iheyi br raW Hno the side of the cliff t and found art ancient sepulchre w 7w a n SUBsCRIPI ION t 1 Ib + r1 ltl WASHINGON si room Commissioners Curry ered t rb r l t i 0 MJN6POWDEj if Absolutely iHir r ift t To have pure and wholesome tfood be sure that your baking d powder niadeyifro- cream of tartar and not from alum i wi r4The i 2i Royalistheonlybakinga powder made from Royal ir Grape Cream of Tartarf NoAIum No LInihHphm t t crowded with h map ksietons some of them largertlian the one tirst found One of the frames measures almost twervBTeet Along with the skeletons were found curiously wrought jewels strange and weird ornaments hilecooing vessels and mnsi cil instruments of queer design ere unearthed in endless prdfu t1wt1 more importantnndsfLouisville Herald You Want A Job That question would be asked you aaily by business men sedk iny your services if you were qualified to keep books to write good bfisiness nand or to write shcrtband The Draughdn train will qualify you For prices on lessons BY MAlL address Jno- F Druughon Nashville Tenn For cotalogue giving rates of tuition at College address Brau ghons Practical Business Cbl lege Nashville Tenni Pathicah Ky or Washington DC II Prefer Salt to Sugar In some party of Africa children VlUJ eat salt in preference tosugHr On the gold coast a handful of salt will purchasa two slaves icBride To Be Known Hk FrcLiys Courier JJourniill oui tamed the fpllowinRt r Mr amid 3Mrs EueneIob ot Barlstown annpiioce theigagement of their daughter Sr j ah to M Brent Ohrabers iannquncedMissWifsqnvis weUkowa dI4J towbWKit Ails You iA klf0NA Btomach tablets are gnar anteed by Haydoh WfllSf toj6ndffi digestion brany stomach distreMt or money bacL TbeYfeliev ups t stem i nub in fivomninutas4 jMrKA fpr belching sii MI0NAf distress after eating 0 wMIONAl MIONA for biliousness r 1LMIONA to wake ap the liver f MFONAforteartburnl MIONA r sick headache I WIi kI 1IIoit rnervouS dyspepsii J MiCMNA for night sweats t MIOX for sleeplessness MrOjNA for bad dreams MIONA for seasickness MIONA after a banqnet j MlO =A for vomiting pregnancy Makes rich pure bloodputs ginger vim vigor vitality into tSrwholebody Fifty cents a large bpx at fiaydonA WJllet and druggists verywhwrc rhLThI r ISCOTT M AYES President ELMER YANKEY VicePresident VL A BURNS Sec and TM ABRAM SYDNOR lviJ STEM I Springfield Tobacco WarehousaCo IIWJ glOpen For Daily Tobacco Sales DEG 5 Wil L r A FREE f tc Director t 4jl r41F ltf YOUNG wit I xny tJf iMariCe G W CLAZEWOWC 11Il1dS C y f i ie CHASF CLAU 11- TaysrCuuiIf t JWARNOtl 4 grwLtcNt Y qi MITCHELL irW Jtft i The time is here to sell your tobacco You want the Best Light J the eS tAco I dations and THE BEST PRICE Ail these advantages await V6u at thwmII ISPRINGFIELDI WAREHOUSE J I We have era loved capable and experienced men in fiery departrnf nltbebQst money can get Our H IjiiT iI Ii Abram Sydaor needs no introduction on the sale he speaks tot hi asef Our FJJrr Manager Mr WJ S4thaMb J I in time tobacco business a better one in his line cant be found OfaudeCari ico will again manage the Bi 4 IIlife ing PRe and Leyi Bailey will place your tobacco to the bestadvaniaKO f IJ 17 CHAR G SJ5Cw per1Q09on s ri2eJ cent Commissioj IIForJfurther information wi tp us or phone 1OL 1 1 1 t 41JTflq 1C i II 4 BURNS 44 t I o tI 1IOSLfADfRI SPRIMGPIiLD KY 11Ag rH fly TlKUMDr tWl5JISEPIIPOIJJI JM taI1 sand Publishers t UM9AY NOV 191L PERSONAL radrlt Mwwrs Geo ami Joseph Blelen i rV w rela IfCbuww Sunday y Misses LiacM I Locdon Dell WitbGeo and Joseph Edeten Lt t Mai 1 O Carriro wil attend tHo t 1bm u 4New Hop Tlnrsd v litl V cr y Lee Carrico ad Joe Ede j octal 1V returned from Howard I v towyaalbir a f r w day shuntI HoajW 0 Mt Chord was in i Gri imbrrrrfh Monday and Tues t yrf- + Mr Marshall Thompson has en t tarsi Schooll at Bryant an r Bktttoii s in Louisville t 1 Mr GjkMoo Hnlse of Louis J jtiu Yteited friends here this rt w ek Hof John W Lewis was i tf t ftcis visiting air and Mrs W TIAiCb cn1 t Mit rMary Sam on of Mid dlwbdro will be the guest of Miw Hay Mayes during Thanks Klt MtM Mary Amis is the guest ofMfr s Mary Not 1ry Miawt Fanny and1 Annie Me 4 Elrojfjflftt Tuesday for a visit tot friends iin Lexington and Dan Tiiit v Mrs J A EArtlin daughter and eon wjio aacebeen the tfviwta of Mr and Mrs It C f 1f CMwry left for Oakland Gal i Tnepiar where Mr Hardin is Dovrift bttsiness- i i Mr Robert Anderson ore of tbe oftntys oldest citizens is yerYilJ r Mi Jack LeCoralPeof Henry ootfrjiy has returned to resume bradlti a as bookkeeper for the JIIa4te4sl Tobacco Warehouse Mr and Mrs J GK Clements arjirejpicing over the arrival of a Mgbttr Mrs Wl V Stallard is visfting h 9iAte a here- t jlr CLi Price had the mis I fortune to stick a nail m his foot ajiw days ago lrFrank McCabe of Iridian I apolii IndISt af home 1 to spend Thank i in- w Et MrsGhris Hertlein is in Bards Jj8wn todayS iI1VFRVES Young and old have them Some abuse them They get tired starved SYMPTOMS Lou of sleep and appetite indigestion irritability eventually wrecked con ttihttion Alcohojic remedies stimulate onl- yScotts Emulsion soothes and nourishes l feeds the nerves A natural nervefoodoon taining the salts of Hypo phosphites Iodine and Glycerine NO ALCOHOL ALL DRUCQI8T8 nis edMr Harry Schultz bf Central University is spending Thanks giving at home Miss Adeline Cox is spending motherqin LouisvilleMr Siirms is in Cbica go Ill this week Mr John Searcy of Bloomfield is in town this week Mrisses Ruth and Margaret Sprague of Louisville are the guests of Miss Eleanor Dancan Mrs Margaret Off utt is ill at her home in the country Mr and Mrs E A Tonge have returned from a visit to relatives at Campbellsviile Union services will be held at tbePresbyterianOburch at 1000 oclock Rev W A Wolfe will preach the sermon Mr Rod Wharton pf Louisville is tbo gwest oi his parents Mr 0 D Duncan was in Louis ville Wednesday MrJ L Simms has returned to Lakeland aftera visit to bis mother Mrs Raymond Nally is visit ing relatives in St Louis Mrs Chas Crume of Bards town was here Tuesday IMr and Mrs Chas Lewis of Bloomfield visited Mr and Mrs R CBoblitt Monday Mrs Mary Pnillips is the guest of Mrs S B Thompson Miss Louise Horner of Louis ville is guest of Mrs W H Macauley tNo More Worry Party that lost purse containing 120 need worry no longerIt has been found Brooklyn Life i Reduction Sale 1 9 y t FOR 30 DAYS 1Ix ON r d Ladies cloaks Suits and Rain Coats f 1AND MEI4 1eareoyerst eked in these lines and in order to reduce av lcWoUI make Special Reduction of Prices We arerha+ off jIrtg GENUINE BARGAINS and you should 4dela r in taking advantage of same I1 Holiday Specials J I ti Fine Lin n PiecesSk Beautiful Tove13 Of Every size Snowy white Table LinensiNapkins in all Grades Chnirestibtogtt in Umbrellas Band Bags Belts Neck to wear Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Mufflers etc l FURS in match sets also seperate Muffs and Ntck Pftces at Special Low Pi ices jJ Nice stock of Mens Neckwear shirts zw ndcollars mufflers kid gloves sus f I penders silk handkerchiefs shippers L stylish hats and shoes ii Winter Necessities t J Oar stocks are all very welkfilled at present with the i Winter Necessities such as Warm Underwear for MenI t Woiea farad Children fcJweattr for every member of the laMilj Xait6b wli Sirfsy A ia6IOni Caps arid 1 1 R CSiibrt8ABGlBiankets Lap Roues Horse Oo era GlovesI i r4 I and bftr ii oes of every descriptonv h e gpepi will tperJDi the mention of the many bar l i has is to offar yonAsk tq be shown It WIll give r aas IIJl lo SHOW OUR GOOiji and QUO B LOW Iftr 1 JIEONCLAYBROOKE Or1 j NtitSSSS SSSNASSMSStiN tiS1SS NSSSC 848888 WiSSSSSSNSSNSStt1s1 NSSSSSS SSASSS ti S4S1 tAttttl SVK M4 NtiLSSS SN tASNtSMN1A p 1 EZAOF o LADIES REABY= T = VJEAR L We have eceived Iot of Womens and Misses Coats F7rf1 just a new in blackand blue serge storm setgesiri lue md lack Novelties in tans browns blues an grays AT ECIAL MIDSEASON IC ft i J Great Bargains In Coats I 00COllarsHandsome Polo Coats worth up to IO Cll 20 00 go for IplZDl Handsome Plush Coats worth up to d 15 050 00 go for pl Caracul Coats 750 lOOQ 1250 d 150and up torf y Misses and Childrens Coats in Handsome Mixture Plush and Caraculs at Especially Low Prices Childrens Coats in Velvet Plush Caracul and Bea Skin in great variety Overcoats Overcoats I Overcoats Tatter parr turned Underwear Stocked Underwear Women Children SOCDrawersScarlet Wool Wrights Medicated Fleeced Coopers 1 Ribbed excellent at Misses fleeced 1001rlCedWomens Childrens Heavy 25cRibbed at Goods parents Clothing F6r AH Marx Welwbrth1 Overcoats fur These rqualed Complete line Cpand Sterling WomenS i Children celebrated money on youri unequalled qualiiy order Stock Wall Lace PaPerrr r REGARDLESS OF CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN WIIL4RTO1tI == I I I iPUSALElI J I 50000 AH LEBANON KYNOTIG TO THE PUBLIC 8 OPENSThe Entire 50000 stock of thejof the Clothing worlds best and makes ofW d d b A A M NON ECbNOMY to COMPANY besoldout i t IIWorth on NOVEMBER sale 29th in e AUBbUdJY e i i DAYS NESDAY SALE OPENS LEBAiII 0 Dositivelv sold 10 DAYS ONLY ENTIRESTOCKI MUST SOLD November 29 at AM j STOCK special appeal to woman child in the entire State of Kentucky f Wait Wait Wait the biggest most startling unmericul bona fide ever known in of past il 0H lieving 5000 worth of worlds best makes Merchandise to be thrown on t at the people NOTHING LIKE IT f EVER HAPPENED BEFORE NOTHING LIKE MAY EVER HAPPEN AGAIN rC 1 TA free Trip TO LeonThe ECONOMY 0ai7fEe REPAID ALL 1 PUft HASEt5 or OGEE The Entire Stock r on SSg e beginning Wednesday November 29th 9 am for 10 Days day The W NovemBer rlds Greatest at SafeDpens 9 ani Wednrsh CAST Y00R HION THIS STARTLING PRICE LISTJ I Mens Clothing Dept 500 Mens Odd Vests worth up to 150 now No1 Mens Suits sold for 1000 closing out price I Lot No Mens Suits that sold for 81250 closing out price 398 No3 Mens Suits that sold for 1650 closing out price 498 No 4 Suits that sold for 1850 IILot closing out price 648 No 5 Mens Suits that sold for closing out price 898 No 6 Mens Suits that for 2250 out price 1098 IIclosing Overcoats now 298 Overcoats now now 398 498 1850 Mens Fine now T 648ZMens Fine Oveocoats now Mens Fine Overcoats now 1098 M Hulse the of home Mrs Mr and Mrs Dan and J tJld Mrs i I are In For Men all and KY out Lot 200 Mens Heavy Vork Pants now 69c JOO Mens Sunday Pants now G8c Mens Sunday Pants now 148 Boys Clothing Department iOc Boys Knee Pants now 19c Boys Suits or Overcoate 98c 400 Boys Suits or Overcoats nom 139 Department test Standard Calico yard 3c 8c Flannel uow yard 4c 5c now yard 9c 15c Dress now yard 6c 16c Flanelettes now yard 7 12c fXc All Wool Dress now yard L t 18c 100 All Dress now 3Gc Red or White Table Damask now yard 19c lOc Towelling now yare 3c 15c Towpls now each 4c lOc Ladies Handkerchiefs now each 3c i 15c Ladies Fine Black now pair 5c 25c Ladies Fine Hose now pair 9c 10 Kelly1 HjJ Dry Gingham stock to her in Harrods Nannie i Miss me illy part of weekrMrs J a few ttthe yb rig at pixocl ck 1P We Well and Mens values Vest and Pants and Vests Fine 300 now Fine Mrs t O Mrs Willard Miss Cox i with Jennie Nannia is ill with The new at is DontMorgotthatwe Jv sale of Hart Scha finer and the Brand of Suits and for Men and H A SeiqsheimerstPerfec tion and Men and dren suits and coats are not in our town to i j every man for Sale all its ill the the the t IT 29th I that Mens 2250 2250 25bO spent and and fine Fine Outing Ouiing Goods Goods yard Hose Black Mr Mrs house Boys 0c LlldiSSilk Hose now pair 19s Ladies Wool now 98c 56c Underwear now each 1 19c 1X All Wool Underwear now each 39c 50c Childrens Underwear tow each Vests now each Blankets and Cpmfortnrsr 100 Blankets nowr39c200 Blankets now 89c 300 Blankets dow V 119 00 Blankets now 200 Comforters noW 89X 300 Comforters now v 119 400 Comforters now 148 Ladles R6adytoWear Department 1200 Fine Tailored Suits now S 448 1660 Tailored Suits now 2000 Ladies Hand Suits now 898 2500 Ladies Hand Tailored S itilnow 998 800 Long Coats n6y 1118 Ladies Long Coats nown 398 J5 Ladies Long Coats now 9S S of Shoes 1 i i SQjl and Beacon fine shoes for Men and KnppendorfDittman tine for For we the Bus i ter and sense We can save you ihoes and you In of carpJts t we are 1 PRICES COST f mY AShoes be 9 past KENTUCKY r be III of of uUi UP X16 placed EYE 298 2 sold 400 Wool f 50 IHc 7c t 4 148 698 1000 00 4 l j 2000 Lon g Coats now 4 7981000 Ladies Hand T sow 298200 Black Petticoatsnow 300 ChildrsChild89cCoats now d9 j9ct IFurnishing c 15c Red White or sc16c1ijO All Wootic75c Heavy Fleeced 36cnova J7oc rart fI5c25c Black Hose now SOc Fancy or Silk Socks now J W9d19 rlt lSHOE1 200 Ladles Shoes snow93c300 Ladies Shoes now 139R 139400 Shoef nqw 100500 Shoes now 2 50 Lens Shoes now J 248 119Mens Shoes 4J Mens now 5OQ Mens now 69 200 noW 248a98c 1u0 fees School Shoes k a 79c I iVE Hale PositiYelyOpens Wednesday Member 29th 9 m Lasts Days Nothing Reserved willEntire 50600 Stock be placed on and be BNTJBE MWt BE SOLTJ oil a Earnestly advise you to come early and holdSold Out m 10 pays Only for Name On the Building tN y ONLY your place at the doorOpposite Court ouse f Vf 1 SALE 29AT9AMANp OPENSWEDNESDAY LASTS NOVEMBER TEN DAYS I LLKIM T I U I I VI I lYl Y I I UU I Lebanon Ky I COmetotothiswank rf Y tuJ ONLY Jh 1 mmfdl J b GJeason the week at the Qf SCVan Araeale spent Sunday with jRReed l reI Flannel bom burg after a visit to Miss Thompson Miss Levenia dronnoc visited May Don she latter the aria Martin entertained folks a dinner on Tuesday 1I Genuine Womens Pants Pants Pojih visited Thompson Thursday Adeline ie spending 1119 Thanksgiving holidays her in Louisville Miss Leachman visited Miss Thompson Sunday Sallie Vanarudale pneumonia school thi place competed have the exclu Suits Overcoats Young Uhi Florsheim Smiths Billiken1 our r Rugs and Curtains making BE history market mercy 2 Sweaters each Ladles Heavy Fleeced Ladies Childrens Ladies Ladies Fine Tailored Ladles We shoes have Brown common shoes give cut and best Ladies ailored Skirts 200 Wens GoodsDeparrment Blue Underwear SHOES SHOES r 11 t Ladies Ladies r 00 now Shoes Shoes tJoys Sloes 9a M Public Sale must I Look MH DAYS U Sale Litsey children evening 00 TaaxBS Musto8e PPaiiiii- ss r By December 1st After that time te Penalty will be added to aoi jr Pay now and SaVe Money J ANDERSON w t 4 V L r DRG T BURTON ItKtlDENT DENTIST 4TEETH EXTRACTED p f WITHOUT PAIN 4urvioxliga Block up Blairs SPRINGFIELD KY it All Dental Work Strictly Pirstclass DR J C MUDD j 4 Pijiiciir Iud Snrgeon i Office hours 8 to 9 amu- Irto2 pm Vfices over Haydons Dragster 4 dir rtJ iULampton M D Office iii Otera House 0OTtlccPJSjBBe Nod Residence No 38 ojW F GR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW OtIlconr People Bank BPRINOPIELU KY P N i KW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug Store Offlce hours Hyatt 1080 m to 12 m 4 to 5 pm JOHN Y1 WAVES FUNERAL uiHtCTOR HID LICEDSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE PAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY DR WF TRUSTY RACTICAL I DENTISTOffice over HayUoa Barber rental work at reasonable prices 11lwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY l Rfclroai Schedule = 7Following is the time schedule tnOw in effect on too B rdstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p m Bardstown Junction 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m 4o 42=Leaves Springfield at 600 am Bardstown 645 a m1 Baistown Junction 780 a m arives at Louis villei 820 a mII No 43 Leaves Louisville at 720 am Bardstown Junction 855 a mt Bardstown 1005 am arrives at Springtield 1140 p m No 44 Leaves Springfield at i 100 p m Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Junction 410 p m arriyes at Louisville 545p m w SPesilmistic Forecast It Is annoying to have to run Into J 10 many cranks said the Irritable person Yes replied the mathemat leal friend but think what the world IwUl be a few generations hence Tbe rrate of the increase will be terrific You cant live witBout meeting cranks and you cant keep running into them without becoming one yourself tt Wi4i6fi 0iIivJi WWWV Wil ww Local Happenings of Interest 1 i TQJNI II The Freshest and Latest 1 A1IAbOutYourSeIfFrIendi j and Acquaintances RI TOPICSS 1 IIM WfL IySpeclaf attractions aicli night Pure Jellico coal Vat B D Lakes r y Concert each night at the Baz aar FosALEGoodteedJ Rye John F Simms l Anything you want at the Bazaar r Corn oats and hay Get our prices B D Lake Co For sate 100 hens Mrs E 0 Walker Remember the Bazaar at the Opera flonse Dec 1415 and 16 D6rilt fail to see the oPW ready towears at Wathen Shaders r- I FOR SALEBaled timothy hay Flne quality W P MERRITT Prices cut half in two on millinery suits an4skirts See for t yourself J Mrs Williams A full line of Purenia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal B D LakeCo Dont fail to attend the Bazaar at the Opera Hcuse Dec 14 15 audiO v Get some of the good Shoes at Campbell Bros while they lastat 25c to 100 per pair Remember we fork our coal ami give 80 Jbs to the bushel B D Lake Co 500 pair men women and chil drens Shoes pus come in 25c to 100 per pairai Campbell Bros Genuine Cannel Coal not mixed but pure cannel 17c deliver 80 los to the bushel led B D Lake fc Co lLOSTA black and white elas tic belt with silver buckle Fin der will please leave it at this office All milliaery at cost Crea bargains Come in and see for yourself Wathen Shader Old Kent Marks is at home yvith the boys and de knows how tjo figure llumber gee him with W K arks Sons ttBUY your Christmas gif s at ihe Baziar Opera House Dec 14 15 and 16 Christmas gifts can bebid at ihe Bazaar ranging mpnce roth lOc to 10OO FOR SALE Mrs R B Greg or has for sale pure bred Bour bOO Red Turkeys Toms 350 hens 250 Also b C R ICockreis at 75c arid 100 FOR SALE A carlold of 47 in Royal wire field feuce at 28c per rod G MclNTiiiE Fredericktowo Ky L A I1PUBLIC LAW order tqj close out our entine partnership busness in Spring 1IIIn will offer for sale urSprrngfield Ky on 16IIe Ssteday December the highest bidder the following Real Estate situated in IItoeld consisting of some of the most desirable homo e s in theSPringI Two dwelling houses bn Walnut Street the property both very desirablel homes and in one of the best neighbor hoods In town j jjTwo dwellings on Virginia Avenue both new houses and of five I Stodjibc rooms respectively Alsb two vacant building lots on Virginia Avenue adjoining the property above mimed Also five residence coftages jpn High Street known as the Spears property all good property Street and in good repair and a nice cottage on East end of High I of Mrs C A The Green on Beautiful Walnut Street will HomeIIhome too much cannot be said in iits praise i 11 rooms fully equipped with light water 1 conveniences Has large front yard good outbuildings It is a home that anyoue might be proud of and the terms so reasonable that anyonecan meet them Partiesdesiring to I see any of this property or desiring any further iinformation willca calhllC A Green or S M CampbelL 1 sift TERMS Oh6third MARKS cash remainder in I 2 GREEN and 3 years 1 S M Campbell Auctioneer I t 1 IquHins j Montgomery and Co oiNelson countv sold to C W Camden of this place 40000 poi nds of t rbacco at 11 cents The football f teams of tho Springfleld highscfiool and Sow erset highschool willmeet on ThlnksgIvingpay pro Jisedf Miss Nettie Fowler and Alr ErAstus Thompson Avereff mar nod at i WillisbVg Tuesday Mr Dan West has purchased of Mrs Ida Clarkson her house and lot jn the East end of town for 21t0 Work is now in progress in stdilling thenew heating para tus for St R se church Under the new system the church will be steam heated which will be a great improvement The Louisville papers contained Ian account of tlj wedding in that city of Miss Mhtte Hays to Mr Sam Brown The bride is p daughter ol Mr Hark Hays and 4sa beautiful ancLpopular young lady She is well known here where she has frequently visited oFSprinidieldid Commissioners Cocapongher 0 o 9000ro ooGoooo 6P v Open December lli 8 Springfield Leaf S Qr88salesi daily untilall of the 1911 tobacco jst BY ORDER rr THE RjE Q o wJ What might have been a se riousfire started in the cellar of Shultz Cleavers hardware store last Tuesday morning when a bicrel of oakum caught onsiderableliJloze not in working order tIe plant at the tifne was undergoing repairs ociasoned by the fall of tuB sinokifstacU dUI in the wind HUWIIeverguished by sacks KUDnvI Great Hog Sale Tip Durbc Hog sale cf Mr S Mayes held at his sale pavil ion orr last Thursday was quite ill1clementnot deter anyone from Mr Mayes sale as under Shelter He has one of the best places in the tate for the selling of hogs at least this the opinion of the many hog buyers ivho attend all the hog sales Allot jMr Mayas stock were in tine condition Fortyseven hogs were sold at an average of over 30I The blood lines of M r Mayes herd is line of the very best of the DurQc Many of tne hogs weile purchase by parties in fhe county showmg thiit our people are awake to the improve meet of their hog herds Bi good crowd of local there were present laig number of tile most proinnuht Duroc breeders tn the fifountry j Mr Mayea attendEd the DurocI Stie at Howe 1 List tMiti four of the best Offering the e paying 380 dol lars ford no sow This sow will ba Plajdin Mr Mayes hero and bUJlers at his future sales will Irtiv a chance to purchase some of her pigs J I n Will Case On yesterday the mandate of of the 0 urt of AppeaJs of Knt cky was filed in the office of t Ie Circuit Court Clerk affirmiti the judgment of the Wash ton Circuit Court ien derEd aiut a year ago sustain ing the wjill of John A Job i A Simpson a wealthy reident rio ton county dl dato ofIi ear ago leaving his jarga estifte mostly to the fie plnI est children The four oldest children appealed from the Washington County Court pro baticg said WAil and after a long trial in thia Washirfgtn Circuit the will by a majority Verdict was sDtaned The JIi ropounders of Jhe will were represented bi Jud o J S Kelly 6l Bards own W b Mc Chord W F Grigsbi ar T S May s the contestants bp Nut BrUtead Smith Barlow of Birdt vu and Jobn Lews of Springfiej The case owing to its importa ice asI set for praiargumentc in tb6 Cjurt of Appeals ane ffas ou Sept Ut argued thereby T S May sJ for the propun ers of the wil and John W Lei vis for the contestants and the pinion sustaining the will was handed down just four weeks law r Ses Monday was a busy ilay for Master Commissioners s liesl In the actiQii of J J Is am gsj Laura Truslev the J Isham land of 219 acres was sold for 1540 per acre to Robert Arnqld In the action of J 4f Mudd Admr off J Matt Mock vs J R ONeal etc the home place ofI the late J Matt Mock old for 420 to J R- ONeal woIIans ferred his purchase to 0r J CI Mudd Ilj In the action of vs Logsdon the in Luc Canary Pland of 55 12 acres was sold to Dave Purdon for 3750 per acre In the action of WjC Mc uhord etc vs Henry Dvis the house and lot on High stteet was sold to Mr John W Lawis forI 281 The Keeling iland ofr0 acres Will 5t 1911 H g 81The Loose Tobacco Market- S ti crop aid i tl OF BOARD OF w E a Attending everything is is Hldcfn buyers purqhased Simps Affirmed in Simpson 1izrwjiUvu was purctiaseil by Mr W L Keeling for 29 per acr In the action of W A Waters admr vs Martha Padieu the house and lot at the ju CUon of the Bloomfield and Brdstowu pike was sold tJ Mr J Mudd for 1275 IIn the case of R T Best ys Hubert Best a tract of lurid of 4H acres was purchased hv Mr Leslie Code for 88 75 fler acre HiIIEd len Mr Thomas Edelen r and Mis Stella Hill will be married this morning at 930 oclock bv Rev lFather McGonagle at Sot Rose The attendants are Messrs Cleye land HiU brother of Mpe bride and George Edelen bother the grpom The bridal ofI will ether the church to strains of the wedding mardi rendered by Mrs Efli Robert son The bride is the daughter and1Ilady With a host o lfrlendRi while the room who a asonofj dltstriouslJounI garded by all who tno v him rej Immediately afterthe cere m iriva few friends wjj benter tamed at dinner at the home Of the brides parents f 1 1 l 4 T KSmith Pres C P Goode Vipe Pre M L Simm 5e wd T Washington CotmtvTiaeeo toii I i tHandlers of LooseLeaf Tobacco It I Charges 15 cents per hundred weighingfeeand 2 per cent commi ion 2 f Free stall room ands e room for all customers i f I i LAi 1 4Ifi l liillii i L S I b6 J L i Gen Manager f Aucboner I r1 111 tM M r SmithSmith Mr Sydney Smith and Miss May Smith were united iin mar ragei Tuesday morning at St McGonaJRich Smith and is an industrious and prosperous young farmer of the county while the bride woo is a daughter of Mr Wm Smith is an attractive young lady The many friends of the young peo pie wish theta many years of happiness Gotee Hamilton 1 Mr Kenny Hamilton atd Miss Gotee were married at St Rose Tuesday by Rev Father Gavin Both are popular young people the St Rose neighborhood Iof a MilesIMrs Leo Miles djd At hers home at Mclntire on last Thursday after a brief illness of pneu monia Mis Miles had oniv been married three years Her maiden name was Du hintShe is sur viyi d by her husband and one child Slie was a good Christian woman beloved by a large circle of friends Funeral Services were conducted Friday at Chica go by the Rev Fattier Werner Yankey Mr Woodford Yuhkey died at bis home near MackviHe on last Thursday in the 74th year of his age Mr Ynnkey hurl been in fail health for about two years ling his death was not expected the time the summons came Ho was a lifelong cjUizen of the county and highly respe6ttd all Funeral services were con ducted atMackville Saturday by Rev R a C Lawoon Graves In the death of Mr Richard P Graves whp died last Sunday of old age this c mmunity lost one of iis oldest and most respected cltizpnJ 1Mr Graves wast lifelong cit of Washington county and was born here 80 years ago His father was the lath Joseph Grave5IHe was united in marriage tOL Miss Amanda Billard who with = the folloilug children survives Messrs Othey Joe Albert and Oscar Graves of tbis county and Maron Graves of Indiana Mr Graves was a good quiet honest citizen who was modest and re tiring in disposition He was in dustrious and shirked the perfor mauce of no duty which fell to his lot- Funeral services were conducted Tue day at St Rose Citizens of Washington County Take Notice There will be a mass convene rionbf the citizens of Washing ton at the Cour C1ntYIheld on Saturday for the pur pue of considering the road iquesion of our county This is probably thin most important Qf the quotums the people have had to meet in ibe his ory of the county inasmuch as iit afT ri3ryman in the eC1tseI ojhK bjtf iness r 0 Ift mmlOrutyIlnj it jis ue9ViII iequesd ihjit fvcrune resII fee s in iatert t Iii tM pP and prispriy uUnrfl Don t for get tiicUte Sutirday Dec m berOth Respectfully THE tOMiHTTjSE rlJurym n AnsweredI rJtmun ItoI the Ktniucicy Statutes ba inor upon sid question is printed I Said section which is No 4B71i reads as follows The County Court may at its disci etion hieout prisoners for p lrt or all of their terms Anyone hiring o prisoner sh1IIgive a bind with good payable to the C immonwiMlth stipulating tnt such person = shall provide proper frHPdnnd lodgh gI for the rioner ana jshall pay the pric of hire agreed to be paid Under this section the County Judge has been hiring out pris eners during the term of their imprisonment u iig his discre tiot as permitted under said see tion Nu one exceot the Governor has a riLht to remit or respite any tine or imprisonnent tu1 upcijf tho bIn spi r at cm the County Judge a a ligut to hire out prisone rs xYzH r1 1t1 1t1pI DAILY AUCTIONS B WtLL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR FEE SAME AS LAST SEASON t f t = Plimfn s Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Ii rI= Tandy Quisenberry Propr etoru1f F 6 = SPRINGFIELD KY Octobei 24 A911 = I tI DIAR Sm i c cAtthis writing t b iOu1 crop of tobacco grown Washington Nelson and adjoinincopnties is practically all cut and housed he tobaccQ cut and housed early in our opinion will Qhow a good per cent of nice useful y tobacco with good o or while theJater cutting we think will show a consideraQle amount of damaged to i fi bacco This howev r depends upon the curing season from now on We look for a gopd strong market this Jf- fi season on all grades f good useful tobacco and dspecially do we look for good prices oh all colory types Be ti careful in sorting you tobacco keeping every grade to itself We urge especiaj attention to the sorting of ff your colory tobaccos IWe believe by sorting your tobacco carefully that it is the only way to obtain its full jj jj market value cWe would advise jpu to hang your different grades on the stick as you strip it and bulk the same on stick fc apd when you are re 3dy to market 1t be sure tobring it to us on the stick and in tbis way you are ready to 0 60 be sure to bring it tci us on the stick and in this way youdo not damage the tobacco by Kneeing it in your T tour wagon bed U ringing It to us tn thIs way you do pot lose any weight nor do anydamage to the tobacco 4We are Acre to tike care of iriends Jboth buyer and seller and we would advise you to sell your tobacco1 on the open markoti1 ere you get full competiiion of all the buying element This is the onlyVay to get tile c lull value of y urtcco c Abovewe here Adeayored to tell you in our humble way what to do with your tobacco while in your Jf c osaespion now whe your tobacco reaches our house we promise to do everything in our power in grading j and arranging yourj acco for sale to getyou full market pnc 8ye Will have thorough tobacco men con 4nected with us thifc son the same men in fact whjfpaid such strict attention to your Interests last year We hope to be fa bred with your business thIS season promising jit our close personal ttetft ion Our house with its added Imprb ments islocated inttown near the depot where we will be glad to see you at any time 1We hope to be alle to open sales December 1st F j Trulyj Q ISENBERRY t f 4- Lk 1 4 x x 1 1 t v k ii L jTheLj t janything on Sunday aisj c Except Meals J it l 4 I r t Our Ice Cream orders must be itiZJ1 on Saturday evening to be d liver morning IVIEALiionS HOURS illf i Breakfast from 7 to 830 Din nj 12 ft I MhiDg Supper Soldtat to 730 F untainfr FITZGERALD HERTLIEN + t 3 t1 iThe Passioll Play Qt A truly wonderful reproducti of the FMotlonWalnut Street Theatre tI M i t Thursday Friday arid Saturday Nights fi IINovember30 December 1I and IThe greatest achievement ever accooiiJitWl W motion pictures Takes over hour in priiirtttiiisi l The cast includes Ghrisl Hu Diciple FiUW iiidl allancIent characters with 500 Roma 5oJiss and civilians I I Admission25c iIIM 4 i444444 If yourglL f arebrokeit LA55fScome in ar ci nom have thef i t r i themorfitycu 4 thIt j t tliatwfflbe3 f You cant afford toCOmfontOYIeyes Satisfaction j t JASJGRAVES i Xi ixIj 1 Commissioners Sale Mrs Annie Gribbins etc PuTs EauityJJlnf11By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale or the Waahingtoii Circuit Court rendered at the October term 19114in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale upon the premises ONTPRIDAY DEQl 19il at ltiO oclock pm or there about to tho highest Bidder at public auction upon a credit of 1 2 and 3 years equal install ments the following described property to wit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky on the Little Beeoh Fork about 6 miles East of Springfield KyJ bn the Tick Creek turnpike and known as the Fount Hay don farm This land will be offered in three tracts and as a whole and sold In the manner i rojucing the most money Taact N0 This tract oomtains 21763 acres and is equipped with good room dwelling stock and tobaccobarn all the outbuildings necessapy for a firstcjasal farm and plenty of good tobacco land Tract No2 This tract has sjniit ix house about 15 acres of veryfirie beech timber anftbundancci of locusts and plenty of goodttobaccp land fg Tract KoJjpPtlIa civision baa good log house email amount of beech apd Oak timber with uands of tiu aadMc = nnd a anybodys t For the purchsc pile si iat or puInbasers it aipt mad jor suretlenst zsi bsegal interet frei dit ss rJ lpaidaidhvingtheforeeaa saJudgment iwil1 be p pm I r comp y pronptwitk iiiis rsC BOSLEY N c 1 C No bunting or kslps iisg our farms allned 1Psrrp4tdMrt Liy iJ WGGr 4 WthaJii1 4 YLP 4I j MMLiuu J LI 1it a 4k t TT1i Havinti1Oour Mlii c f jwbittcr p w your MW It patrnSIl sv1L It whl1tS k4iI IIM o with be eoaItQIdibstWeN aOin- a flour tbMIeCOIId to ikaiie I TFipVAMRnAlE IrJ cV lrTI r 7w J 1 1 CHAPTER XVfll L4rk Refutation ef a Woman 1b like jit fik occurred tme the only ik1 iiMlhU atojaM by irklch we might b S cap f r dfecovery an instant dlsI tJssure of my supposed rank calijlrd i with indignant protc AJTcady hp r hevfng mejnertly B0ir rfvte- I soldier y 4t ttraylnj out of hounds with a ij of the cal paa comnnion 4 L thrown MaiBslf fron the saddlewomnI veatifftte Wkatever waa to ttvat be aeeMDpliihed quickly or1tI thinkttj t4 Put Dewn Your latol8b1 Ordered Coldly f waXaet Stepping instantly lIn front l tki Ihrinkinr girl and facing him I J4t rtlrnly t Kfo act kaow who you may chance rr to be Ur nor greatly care yet your JwIa4 actions imply an Insult to tfckilri6a I am little disposed ton overlook For your information per BlCpA to state I am Colonel Cufran J Ilitli Ohio Light Artillery and am t apt ccutomed to being halted on the rood by even dnmkem fool who sports ff a u foraM Ke stopped abort in complete sm j k ft Mt staring at me through the dark j eS ami I doubted not was perfect ly aWe to distinguish the glint 6f but teissfci gleam of brajlf Your pardon sir he ejaculated at it I mistook you toe some run lawair o4Ur But I failed to catch IItI aelfr tA Ctlomel Curran of MaJorGeneral 11 SCaSlcka staff The fcell you are Curran had a c 0 fsJigray beard a month ago 1 He took a stepforward and before 1 iJ icouldjecoyer from the first numbing v ik ck of aurpriae waspeering intently itt ky face tuggIngiatlclously a revolvecln belt J Iptbw tkatftcel You are the measly JekmmjjReb I brought in day before yesterday drab3p1 ry at By side andsae pressing me iimly backward faced him without word aIItThe maas extended arm dropped kiside as though pierced by a bullet fail he WOk oie step backward hrikklBf as if his startled eyes be held a ghost JMltkr he cried asthough doubt l tag lIlown Vision and the ring of fgosy In his voice was almost piteous mitkl My God You here at mid mwloh With this man However the words the tone the i JFf l JDay have stung her her face remained proudly calm her voice cold i uLearI certainly axe Major Brennan ak answered her eyes never ohco leiJac his face And may I ask wkatrea on you can have to object rfilia 6Tir His voice had grown r koarse wftk passion and surprise Hy G dhow can you ask How can you even taco met Why do you uotifiik down in shame Atone herehd looked about him into the at such an hour In com 44pan7 with a Rebel a sneaking cow- ardlyI ivy already condemned to e t ShoL By Heavenl he shall never live to boast tof HI He fluag up his revolver barrel Jfor the truth of his threat but toI Upi ed directly between us and iiileMea me with her formIv Pot dovn your pistol she ordered t coldly I assure you my reputStlon ii iin nor Immediate danger unless you shoot ae and your bullet shall cer e 0 tUnlr find my heart before it eve reaches Captain layne1 Truly You must indeed lovo himIM sneered SSo rose to me was the stjadlrr that I could Jeelher forn tremble u ihta insult yet her voice regained PmoU9nTs r Yourt uncalledfor words shame me not my actions In being here wLth Captain Wayne tonight j am i saerply paying a simple debt of honor a double debt Indeed considering 1sSthat he was condemned to death by your lie while you deceived me by canotherp i Did he tell you that gentloNwan ever himself to be be endeavored to disguise the factsii itn withhold from mo all lknowlodgo L E or your uasiartny ncnon s um by the infamous sentence pronounced against him and by your falsehood to mer Edl h you mistake ho urged anx iously II was told that he had hien sent North i Sho drew a deep breath as though she could Scarcely grasp tho full au dacity of his pretence to ignorance You appeared to be fully Informed but now as to his death sentence Yes I heard of it while away and Intended telling you as soon as I i reached our quarters- I could Ted l the scorn of his miser able deception as it curled her lip and her figure seemed to straighten between us Thenshe said slowly you wfll doubtless agree that I have done no more than was right and will there fore permit him this chance of escape from so unmerited a fate for you know as well as I do that he has been wrongly condemned He stepped forward with a half smothered oath and rested one hand heavily upon Jher shoulder- I rather guess not madam he- said Damn him f I will hang him now higher than Haman Just to show Queen Esther that it can be done Out of the way madam Rendered desperate by her slight resistance and his own jealous hatred he thrust the woman aside so rudely that she fell forward upon one knee His revolyer was yet in his right hand gleaming in the starlight but before he could raise or fire it J had grasped the steel barrel firmly and the hammer came down nolselssly upon the flesh of my thumb The next Iinstant we were locked close together in fierce Struggle for the mastery He was the heavier stronger man I tho younger and quicker From the first every effort on both sides was put forth solely to gain bommand of the- wetponh1 to fire mine to prevent for 1 knew well at the sound of the discharge there would come a rush of first1fiercefensive but as we tugged and strained his superiority in weight began to telL and slowly he bore me backward un till all the weight of my body rested upon my right leg Then there occurred to me like a flash a wrestlers trick taught me years before by an old negro on my fathers plantation I appeared to yield to the force against which contended with simulated weakness sinking lower and lower until I doubt not Brennan felt convinced I must go over back ward But as I thus sank my left foot found steady support farther back while my free hand sank slow- lyl down his straining body until lily groping fingers grasped firmly the broad belt about his waist I yielded yet another inch until he leaned so tar over me as to be out Of all bal ance and then with sudden straight timeIleverage with one tremendous effort I flung him head under crashing vdowrfupon the hard road Trembling like a reed from the exertion I stood there looking down upon the dark form lying huddled at my feet He rested motionless and I bent over placing my hand upon his heartvhor rifled at the mere thought that he might be dead But the heart beat and with a prayer of thankfulness look dup She stood beside me Tell me Captain Wayne she ex claimed anxiously ho Is notnot iouslY hurt I believe not I answered soberly He Is a heavy man and fell hard yet ihfl heart beats strong He must have cut his head unon 0 stone however for he Is bleeding IShe knelt beside him aqd I caught the whiteness of a han erchlef iwlthln her band Bellevo me Mrs Brtnnan I faltered lamely I regret this far more than 1 can tell Nothing has ever curred to me to give greater pain than the thought that I have brought youefr much of sorrow and trouble You will have faith In me Always everywhere whether It ever be our fate to meet again or not But now you must go Go And leave you hero alone Are you not afraid Atrald she looked about her lInto the darkness what Surely you do not mean of Frankof Major Breh nan And as to my being alonej ot quarters ara within a scant hundre yards from here and a single cry wli bring me aidIInplenty Hush wha was that It was the shuffling tread of many t the sturdy tramp of a body ol intry on the match IfGO she crleiflRiurrledly fffypu iWfUld truly serve me If you care at alt for me do not longer dejlay and be dlscov red here It Is tbpgrnnd rounds I beg of you go I grasped her outstretched hand pressed my lips hotly upon it and spqd with noiseless footsteps down the black deserted road CHAPTER XIX The Cavalry Outpost I lingered merely long enough to feel assured as to her safety Creep ing nlaoAr iinill Lhoard hfir titmnlfl r ManyJ 4 Oufeiiie iMQlioess U lessthan half the battle A man may I sane hiBuelf ft dozen times a day and still be unclean Good 1 heMi IMMU cleanliness qot only outside bi t irsde It means Id a dies tollUchctea bowels clean blooJ a clean liver and MW cka healthy tissues JThe man who dean in this way 1 wiM leek it ad act it He vnM work wii sncrgy and think c 9 eleMeleir healthy thoughts 11 w t be ZOUbl with liver IIng stomach or blood tM thnd indigestion originate in unclean atom asks as are found where there is unclean blood Cssp feroschitif mean unclean lungs 0 t f Ierces Golden Medica11Discory1 t r ftrmt AM iMiMies It- nH ia l iians1nidcs clean lhrrhr It cltai the Seiivozgans aksPurc o b4 de1 Ji i4tkyethSif 9r k ri endItM dee the BKrtt e4an unclewiUness Dr Piofees Pleasant P I lafi M it TeyjMVM rip Easy to take as ctrtffr CJI 4 t 1 r Ii WE J PAY EXP ESS ORDER ou1 LOTH tIYNA1LI We None Bit the Best I are so large that you have every style anti palttern findOnretocka whtchjoIas Levys Special Suits fopMen Iat 15 IM us SEHandle Special oiPJints rl1 and all tho Loading i4fles of FUMMISHINGS SHOES AOCMkllvOO Iue ayhichwoi on request rV ALSO FREE Mention thi paper and write us fully for anything 4antyou in our Una and youllgetYand answer And if anything a prompt befimflLediatelyREpUNDnDS Hembws Rstail erebaofs Ass TimesAi itsUneAThe B Spat t story of the Majors tau nun uns horse arid then watched through tho night shadows while the little squad bore his unconscious form over the j crest of the low Jilll toward their quarters Then I turned my face r eastward and tramped resolutely on I wast first of all a soldier and noth ing short of death or capture should l prevent me reaching Lee with my 111IThe gJapl of the stars fell upon the double row of buttons down the breast of the coat I wore and stopped suddenly with an exlamation of disgijst Nothing could be gained by longer masquerade aild I felt in expressible shame at boing thus at tired Neither pass nor uniform would suffice to setp1e safe through those outer picket lines and if stjould fall In the attempt or be again mOde prisoner I vastly preferred meeting my fate clad in the faded gray of my regiment With odd sense of re I hastily stripped off the gorgeous trappings flung them In the ditch be side the road and pressed on feeling like a new man was small need for cautiun here and for more than ah hour t tramped steadily alohg nevermeeting a person or being startled by a sus picious sound Then as I rounded a low eminonco I percejved before me the dark outlines of trees which marked the course of the White Briar while directly In my front and half ob scured by thick leaves of the uader brush blazed the red glare of a fire II knew tho stream well its steep banks of rock its rapid swirling current which I was well aware I was not a sufficiently expert swimmer to cross Once upon tno other bank I should be comparatively safe but to pass that picket post and attain the ford was certain to require all for the good fortune I could ever hope But despair was never for long my comrade ant had learned how ie termination opens doors to the coura geousIt isever he who tries that ci tore in It took me ten minutes pc slbly creeping much of the way like a wild animal over the rocks but at the end of that time had attained a position well within tbe dense thicket and could observe clearly the SrOIl1l before me and some of tho ob tacit dIto be overcome As supposed 1t was a cavalry post I could distinguish the crossed sabers on tho caps of the men though it was some time before was able to determine positively where their horees were picketed There must havo bOon all of twenty in tbe party and could distinguish the lieu tenant in command a man with lightcolored seated by himself against liie wajl ol a small shany of logs a pipe in hl mouthand an open book upon hjs knee Ills men were gathered close about the blazing fire for the night iiiwas decidedly chill as it swept jown the valley a number were sleeping a few at cards while a little roup sitting with their backs to urd me yet almost within reach of iy hand were idly smoking and die unslng the floating rumors of the imj managed to mako out dimly ae figure of a man on horseback be ond the range of flame and appar ntly upon the very bank of the trcato when some words spoken by n old sergeant Interested ne Bob he said to the soldier loungv ng next him whut wus it thet startofficer sed ter tber leftcnant I t just git ther straight ollti The man a debonair youg fellow stroked his little black re flectively Thor cove sed as how Colos di vision wud be along hero afore day light an thet our fejlers vud likely bo sent out ahead of em Whar be they a gain The leftenant asked him an the cove sed as H wus a gineral advance to meet ol Hancock at Mlnersvllle Thets good nough lads chimed the sergeant slapping his knee It a dance dowi me valley after Imn guessln well have a ol fight fore three days Tervldln alters thot ther Johnnie dont skedaddle fiist commented an other tartly Whut In thunder ther matter with them bosses he asked suddenly jIslng and peerlng over Into the bushes beyond the but where a noise of squealing and kicking had arisen Oh thOby filly iIs probably over tfie rope agin returned the ser vgdant lazily lt down ast youre not on hose guard tit nlght soldfljdoubtfullyt l good an I dont want my banged up Jtist as were f campaign TaInt no sorter way ter hUsh am knvhnw jto a nlckflt rono F MONEYc Les Boys Suit pairs SEND satisfactory tOWn iThere percipltate graybeared mustaches SimsanIi ivitli2 LEYIrSLOUIVi KY flossesjnerruins more neos dow 3 This gave me inspirt Ion and be hadiland knees silently gro ing my way along tho bank toward to rear of tho hut It proved to be a ny structure containing but a fclngl roomprob ably a mere fisherman shack with out windows but rcs sing a door at either end Meeting 10 opposition crept wAhln whcrql I felt some what safer from obsenn ion and then peered warily forth intM the darkness extending between it id the r1er The picketrope strefrc d from ono corner of the hut wher it seemed to proIj dently finding Its other erminus at a big tree whoso spreadi j tot could dimly perceive shadow against the sky Along it were ethered the horsesa few impatio tly champing their hits aid poujulirt with their hoofs on jthe trampU ound but the n ajority restinp q1 their heads hanging sleepily dov a The one near eat mo appeared a fie proportioned animal bf a dark r and was quiodWith both ad le and bridle Of the soldier in Tiai4 could dlsj tinguUh ho tVcs loungfng notbingdoubtess asjfepupon some soft I turned when it sue euly occurred to me that the deser id hut might contain something s iild uso to ad- vanTagn firearm pci naps or even a stray box of matcb I felt about mo caiHiously creeiil ig along the hard fearthen floor uni had nearly reached the opposite ntrunce The llight from the fire wit ut leaped up and its glow revealed i saddle with leather holster at tact banging to a nail Just within the oorway aiov Ing noiselessly r noana jbd to extract t revolver but chuM doer no cart ridges was yet fumbling in tho holster pocket when the lieut nant ruse from his seat without km ked the ashes from his pipe yawnoi sleepily stand- Ing directly between o and the fire and then turning s arply walked slowly into the open oor of the hut I sprang to my feet he would cer tainly have stepped itnn me and be he cbuld reahe the situation him by the coil with tho cold of my stolon vol vcr pressed against his coo A single word a sound and II fire said sternly I have no recoiled n of ever eee ing any one niore completely atj tounded He gasped ke a fish newly lJamled and I doubt he could have made utterance even S ad he dared in a littjlej iirthcr com Now look lore Llfiijtenant IComoexacty as ill you and you out ol tliis ar ilr with a whole skin othenihe Im playing this game to this lin tt Now answer mr How majiiy men lave you mojint ed tblb side the ford Ho glared at iu sullenly and drew bark the barn ir with ah omin click eyeins hiii Ercey WellI said si irtly do you choose to ariVver ot tIC Two None On iho other bin Jr1 Lieutenant I i gpcaTrtng sw but in a tone which ft no doubt as ioi m vct ncf iitf am nn escaped pri iiier and tuail tt hesitate tb kill rather than bo roca urod Mt is your ur3lJy1prefercbnnco and oni ori1boy my orders oneI and will leave youj ere unhurt dis obey and your llfef U not worth the snap of a finger I back now un till you face tho doort and dont forget my pistol is withinjan Inch of your ear and this Is a hair trigger What Is your sergeants name Handley Order him to take ton men on foot one hundred yards Ivost on tho pike and Walt further orders Handley ho called out his voice so choked with rag as to make me fearful It might ajrouio suspicion take ten men on foot to tho cross roads and wait the e until you hear from me I could plainly no a the dark shad ows fof the fellows as they filed out past the fire but I ever ventured to take eye or gUn off the man Lwat bed How many remain there now Seven Any noncom among them Acorporal 1 11iatd him take hem all south on the Jbne khe called out huskily sEr Take what men you hayo left a hundred yarda south on the cress road Wo could hear them crunching their way through tho bushes until tho sound finally died out in the dis tanceNnw TLauthntmtvail roma viljh ss I HAT AND 3RREE WeIue Railroafees niddleagdS Iin bossatJf AND IlonJ crotMIroadsto Third and Market me sortiy ana Keep your uistauee We moved back slowly stop bystep until we came to the rear door oftthe 1 N t Jt t A Slhgle Word or sound and Fire shed I reached out into the darkness but without turning my face away from him and silently severed t picketrope retaining the loosened end in my grasp It was so intensely dark where we stoodiat I slipped tho pistol unobserved into my belt Face to the r jar I said sternly As he turned to obey this order with quick movement I tripped him dqorIn theIso ropes end at the flank of the nelt horse in tine There was a rush of feet a sharp snapping of cords a wild scurrying through the bushes as twenty frightened horses stampeded up the bank nd then lying face down over the saddle pommel I sent the startled black crashing down Into tho shallows of the ford The fellow on guard trled his best to stop us but we were past him like the Tlndlj Ho did not fire and doubtless in the darkness saw merely a stray horse broken from the picketrope The other fellow took one swift shot but it went will and I heard the voice the enraged lieutenant damning in tho distance Then with a rush we went up the steep bank on the eastern shore and I sat upright in the saddle and gave the black his rein ICHAP R XX A Demon on Horseback Ielt positively happy then The thrill of successful achievement was mine and with the exultation of a sclriier In having surmounted ob etudes and peril I nearly forgot for the moment the heart tragedy left be Kind Tim awtft Imnetus of tho ride Stops Neuralgia PainsISloans Liniment has a soothing effect on the nerves It stops neural gia and sciatica lpains instantly Heres Proof MnC DowLcrof Johatnerhtjrc writes liunient u bet bla rrisVtdncut NurUlil lhme yuuzUntehtSir AndrewI Leir si Street IusrdSLOANSLINIMENT is the best remedy for rheu matism backache jaore throat and Stains At all dealers Price 25cSOcand tOO Ur Slain ltg and try lent tree l Bostopl1aij 1 iID- rErJS onII I me Keen nignt air sweeping past my the fresh dense of freedom and power engendered by that reckless dash through th6 darkness all conspired o render me neglectful of evBrythinff save the Joy pf present victory The wild myblood5A dozen spits of fire cleaved them In tense blackness behind and I knew the widely scattered patrol werei sending chance shots across the stream A clang of hoofs rang out upon the rocks but I could distinguish noth ing indicating a large pursuing party probably the two who wero mounted at the fords with possibly others fol lowing when they caught their strayed horses i had little to fear from such halfhearted pursuit as this was sure to be The swift powerful stride o the animal I rode assured me that I was not ill mounted ant there wast small chance of contact with Federal outriders before I should reach the protecting picket lines of our own army I laughed grimly as I leaned slightly back in saddle and listened it was like a play so swift and ex citing had been the passing events so unexpected their ending I won dered what plausible story the die comfited lieutenani would concoct to account for his predicament jind whether the others had yet missed me back at the Mansion HouseIThe stars appeared to bo paling somewhat down In the east for the coming daydawn was already whiten Ing the horizon I glanced at my watch venturing to strike a match for the purpose and found the hour after three oclock Early I knew was at Sowder iChurchV and his ad vance cavalry pickets ought to be as Ifar west as the Warreritpwn road The distance between by hard riding might be covered In three hours My horse seemed tresh his breath came naturally and without effort and I pressed him along rapidly for my wBole ambition now centred upon bringing thp information I possessed beIsince for my own experience me how extremely vigilant were the Fed oral guards To one tmacciualntel as ho was with military customs It would impossible to penetrate their1provo hence everything must depend upon my getting through in safety Then my thoughts drifted to the one I had left In such serious predlpa ment If I had loved her before I loved her doubly now for she had proven herself a woman among women In time of danger and trial How clearly her face with those dark sweet eyes and the wealth of croWn lag hair rose beiere me while word by word I revlewcd all that had passed between us dwelling upon each look or accent that could evince her possible interest in me Then reason re turned to my aid and resolutely de terminedly inspired by every instinct of soldierly honor I resolved that I would put her from my thoughts for ever She was not mine either to love of possess unless the uncertain fate 4of war should charce to set her free Even to dream of fvr to cherish her in memory while she remained the wife of another vas but an affront Jo her purity and womanhood 1 t tilde prove myself h man entitled toher respect a soldier worthy my servLce- and corps if ever again my name chanced to find mention In her pres once It should tie spoken with honor- I was musing time lulled by the steady lope of my horse and totally insensible to any possibility of peril when clear upon my ears Instantly awakening me from such reverie there rang through the night silence the sharp clang of Iron on the road behind tao All sound of pursuit had long since died away and supposed the effort to recapture me had been abandoned But there was no mis taking nowat least one horseman riding recklessly through the black night was pressing hot upon my trail The lieutenant I thought the lieutenant burning with anger at the trick played upon him has pushed tar ahead of his troop doubtless mounted upon a better horse determined to risk everything If he may only bring ana back dead or alive tl be cuuuuucd NEAT LITTLE TRUMP MARKER Small Article That Will Be Apprecl ated by Those Not Averse to 5Card Playing This a simple and practical trump marfcor andlt Is one of those useful lltue articles that always conimand a ready sale at a bazar It should bo carrld out In quite a small size and tho dimensions suggested in tno sketch two and throeqoatters inches by thro i and a half inches will be found a suitable shape to maker It in It consists of four pjorisof cardboard smoothly covered wtLr6oft white silk on each of which hap been Worked a club a spade a diamond and a heart respectively Each card Is finished 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