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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r t f t l fif ii f ESTABLJSIII3D jJ- rr fII IN88 Jt f r I 447iII I t j SERIES VOL XYJH 1 1aNO 48 SINGFIELD YiASHIN6OUPTY l DECEMBER 17I91I i i 1 Xt Oo JtiRr MT Jii jU CentrAlWins ItI If- l STIi ffotba1LseasoJ o 9pi of tt the Kentucky colleges cioseid here thia afternpon and jfiy de ffeatfng their old time rivKj the DTansy1vauia University the cctiatapionship of the jason isii t1UPi with 13p1or8eeh among f d v Centricof the game ttoday between i their djrt f dj jiqcky as the llast three quarters of the game was played in tbtf rterritory off the Danville team Two touchdowns made iu the first period of plav proved suff- icientc for the Central eleven but j they were hard pressed through l out Fumbles by the Transyi- V vania plav eta proved costly and J One touchdown was responsible tto ffailure lObCJdOntol the bait Time and aguin the backs fur t Transylvania made big gains 4 but as they neared their oppon r ents goal the crimson i eleven fal tered an4 tthe day was lost 1 8 Died SuddenJY j ijr i 9UT ISION THECASE HOWOFEflDWEREADTfflS HEADIN lIK iOUJl DAILY PAPERS CDear reader lfryourfpod does not dig stpropeti but iij in ys r stQm bch causing mucWmlsery shortness pff breath arid fementiilbn you are the one that should Save constantly with you a Box oCML6NA sUjmach tablets Two little MjiON A tablets taken at the first sign oll dlitress Would have Iceptmany a deo h noticg out of the T papers If ypuhave stomach trouble of any kindstrttogeb tridOff it today One 50c boxbf MIONA stomach tablets will makeyyo4 fell like a neW man Two weeks treatment will roake the most abuSed out of oWer stomach strong and vIgorus J Gjbaranteed mind you for iindiges inesll biliojness bad drellIsj tj brighten the it Haydn 4 everywhere clast cleaning on the spring I Pressing Club ipecialty re cheap IH true cleat cothe n r I 4 ii 7jd 44L i j j i flitN3VLE4I i ftlI4 L e i i wial Lastt Monday a Tman named Thomas TGHpin was Rent frm- BqrgIntotbe county rmBe was accompanied 07 his wife am brother It takes an ordqr ffrom the county judge to gain admit tantothO institution but the man was in such a deplorable condition that Supt Kirkland very properly waivedt the order and took himjn and notified the proper authorities He also ape prised them of the critical cpndi tion of the unfortunate and a physician was sent out to attend him Everything possible was done but Mr Gilpin died ol ap pendicitis in hree hours after he reached the farm He was about thirty years of age and was a citizen of Boyle county and bad bbeep in Burgln about thre weeks HarrodsburgHeraldr SFrom235is 14y 1 44tt 7 i1My wife is my boss lsQallI not deny I- t2She maketh ma lie down be hind the bed when swell com pany cometh and she leadeth me bebindherp Main Street H 8Sbe restoreth my pocketbook t after she hath spent all Its contents ffor Tiobbleskirts and theatre tickets She jleadeth me upthe main isle of the church 1oi her new bats sake 4Yea though I walk morel than half the night through dark rooms with a crying r baby II will get ho rest for she is behind met her broom stick Ind her hatpin they do anything but comfort me SheE preparetn a cofd snack ffor me then maketh a bee lirie for the Mothers Domes tic Clubl She art ointeth pinIbtindieSbeltores 6 kSargly t ndVher raillintry bills shall folio wCme all thdays ofr ny life and I will d eHti1 the houieof my wife forever i Ei Formerly Uy d At Lotto 0 ALFALFA AS Fgi Surplus After l4edingStock Can Be UsedEorBiscuit Pierre S D Nov 29 Mark 0 Rich of Hot Springs has been talking the virtues of Alfalfa as a food product so long that he has determined to give the people of tlje world an op portnnity tot test out his ne7 product as he finds ft and as a result articles have been filed for theuRich Alfalfa Tea Company att Hot Springs with a capital of 40 000 The directors of tbe new corn pany are F W Bow r N G Bower Deadwood j Mark U Rich Hot Springs The new company is to manu facture and deal in alfalfa tea syrup heakfist food meat oread and cakes biscuits and other al faifa prodircta Rich hasffor veraLYEarabeenI attempting to get the western part of the State tto take up alfalfa as a food productt and con tinning to give evidence of his bell ft in lifc by eating ttin aIl- kinds ojTfprms in which he cauld think of fforpreparing it for hu man food and now he basdetej mined to get the product upon ins market as human as well a animal food ancr how tho world whtbe has developed in that r1nalEasy To Get Rid of Dand ff i Dandruff means that down near the roots of your hair there iaa vast army of little invisible germs or microbes And this army never sleeps it wages andday1tdestroys have in order to grow vigorously and abundantly PARISIAN SAGE now so taJl over America will destroys these germs and at the same time floorish the hair roots with the proper nourishment to make the hair wrow uttandl luxuriant PARISIAN SAGE guaranteed by Haydon Willett to banish dandruff to stop falling hair or itching scalp or mon ey back It is a delightful hair dressng that wins7 instant favor with refined women Sold for only 5Qc a large bottle by Haydon k Willet and druggists everywhere Girl with auburnhair on every carton and botUe Ntilleriei4h ennto s muchas pOssible tiho businefss of the trust Iola few central points Testepon thq pint of iha whiskey people meDsa g eatiibSS to botit New Hopeeanct Coon Hollow These plantain former years not onlv scattered a tjonstderable amount ofmoney among tthe people fct these places but they also offer edj a ready marke for all the coirnand rye raised inthR nelgfi bolrhpod The familiar sign l off the coqn perchedbigqontbe distillery plant attQoon Hollow will bbe missed hr the traveling public whqenioved seeing it as they passed on ihe trains Inaugural Invitationt The inauguration of James B McOreary as Governor and Ed raH J MoDermottas Lieuten ant GOvernor4wiil take pace att the Capitol att Frankfort at noon Tuesday December 12 1911 All Kentuckiatts regardlessr oi party affiliations sire most cord ially invited toattgnd the ere monies inpident to the ittaugnra tion lOlubS and other bodies that wish to participate should notify the Executtve Committee as sopn as possible in order that thev may be assigned positionsjn the paradeCitizens Executive Committee of Frankfort S French Hoee Chairman ElwoodHamilton Percy Haly John W Milam BG Williams 1 + From Texas in A Wagon MrPeier Abeil his wife and daughter Miss Ode Abell who for tthe past two yeSrslhaye been living in Oaklahoma and Texas returned to Marion county 1latt week and are visiting Mr Wil lA td Vuwberd ton tcnrJJj 1 Creek The trip from De Kalb Texas was made in Bl d yfif ioa cover ad wagon drawn by tq W l hofses Mr Abell srateskthat- Oklahomap11Toxa JiflKji argrbat StalespbutOld ICejltusky boats the unl verse Marian Falcon Ltv ri Badly urd Miss Maggie Bottoms1augli r John Sottonu wlbo tdILl ITTDURNAMliNT Educational Tournament A Grand Success 1 The educational tournamenlt held at Tatliam 5prtigSrPriday iiec iftt was a decided successi= The occasion was well attn ded and the two divisions hadd iinade ample preparation for the oncoming struggle Jforf auprema- AT There were parents andciJ dren on the groundby sunup jt was evident thittht crowd would be vory lacge Because of the tardiness of Some of the cfflcers the meeting was Dotcalledt to order until ClayFostervices Immediately after devotional services the days work was be ftirIsfr91Ifor the spelling contest of pupils pnder eleven y arSTbe contest iwas close resulting in little Miss Ruby Cqlvin of ttWilllsburg school and Louise Perkins ofr the Cardfyell school l rcmioing on hivflpor Finally Ruby missed and Louise was declared thu Winner v Thena dozen little boys from hevarijusscbooISJ1took theirf places forth recitatidn contest Liitle Johnnie Smothers clearly idlrScottceo idl In the spelling contest of pnv puls over eleyen years thi tty Hve pupils of the two divisions contested Miss Hettie Nuby of this Card well school was declared thowicnrr Eighteen littfe girls under the age of eleven now lined up and blmo9ljVthat number of mammas showed the greatestt anxiety for the resultOf this recitation con tes Miss Loiee Perkins was declared the winner white Rii1y o lvJkit ltv Gl iDk otid Nel lie Hyatt of the Willlsburg school w tbeaudiencePo3tI100P ked and it ttook fully twentyfive rni1e9tO emptyt tthe large and tjogamptii church Dherelwffs dinner fur every body fully a half cre of gcound waspoved with grub besides many spreadt their dinnerl In Ute hotelt l qinogtoora One of the niost ehjdyable features of the day was the 100 yard footracer which w4won byomeil3urlc heAd of the Pleasant Hill school 2O divisOns farmed for- dsouth boys and gjrltf andhorItheyc- ud shows that when they ae men and women wemay5 realize the Utopian dream of the NQJ Kentuckian We venture tim assertion hit either in the written or unwriv annals of Kemucky no greater strictly public school day can bo pointed to intbe bIstoryoot tthe Saat JMcWIrL l MS Secretary Death of Mrs Auberry Mrs Ella Auberryj wife of Mr Ed Aubdrryi of the Wopdlawr section died Sunday night after a lingering illness orcconsUmp Mon Deceased leaves beside her husband three snali ons uid II h sVot relasIesTand- fiiendf i TJie funeral took place at the Fredericktown Catholic Church ji Tuesday morning Bardfctown Standard i Court Reporters Kuovingitto baTHE BEST about seventyfivo per cent of tIootliciat court reporters otthet United Stated Uncle yamss em ploy eear write thp system of shorthand taught at the Drttugh ons col leges For catalogue Address praughons priictlcal r busiitesscutlegNeiIivilleTcn Paducih ICyEvansyOle m- dorWIjinjtoiitJ JD C Catarrh Dpctori c YOUG IN GET THE BESTONE IN THE WORLD FOR ONE DOLLAR doothHaydon4 Willett t aySay I wantaHYOMEI outfit Tae it home with you pour a few drops o HYOMEIpronouncet it Highome into a little hard rubber Inhaler Then breathe plnwint soothing healing gormkjlHn HYOMEI over the raw infleTmei germ ridden membrane l1tlJfliqfitJtgp qliStuffed up head will vanish Keep up the treatment four or five time a day for a few days oritl hawking spitting and forming of mucus in tho nose anti throat will cease HYRMEI id guaranteed to end ca tarrh colds croup asthma catarrh deafness or money bach Cgmplete outfifSlTOO BQbseqOent bottles if need ed toe a Haydon Willet Vand drug gists everywhere Utilizing Intellect and Reason We have Intellectwe pospess rea son Let us thereibre make these two servants work to discover for u aletkeunderatandliig lthat wd may reach that summit of attainment which Is ours by divine right and where 4ark- AnllJfi pessimism haf no pfacl t4iiCrBscaqarOrr aIlJa Ep- Rjp- ffZ OJiw KNTUCKY J ROYALBAKIN6POWDE Absolutelyl Pure MAKES HOME BAKING EASY Light Biscuit Delicious Lake Dainty PasirIc4sS Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream olTartar Interest To Southef nefs The Conf derate Veteran of Nashville Tenn quests notice in every Southern newspaper It di erainates information con- c rning soldiers ot the war pu ootb sides it has long r presented officially every general Con federate organiz itibuyn and is en thusiastically supported by the men and women who ate familiai Nith it While Ardently loyal is its name indicates is so dig nlBed in tone and so patriotic that it maintainss not only the re p ct but the good will oftth ther sideEtIt The Veteran is doing artim- ppportent work in helping tore3f tIlGUsb reaoras for JIOVji men who wore the gray and the widows of such woo seek pen ions Besides it secures inter communication between friends f throng ago whose inquiries 4re printedt gratuitously Theyeeran is printed on fine por and isjllus rated with high class engravings It 1s one of the most creditable magazines ini the country price 100 a year and thy editor prides himself in he assertion th if in the dlstrib 1copiesbe1 teen complain t A CunilcgbainthefoUflder 4r 1 t 4 i tjif W to h 1 rI 1 1ot rt1 1 i j r- L f i I t r v j v it jf p 8 t t p i F fin T v ho n as been att the helm thej nineteen years requests this no tice and that all who taay be in terested will write a postalfor iample copyI V Commissioners Salef fi n15r John M Mayes Admr etc Puffs VS Equity Robert Mayes etc V DEs By virtue of a judgmentand order of saleo the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the OctoberJTetm 1911tin the above styled cause ta11ofTerl for sale at the Court House doorin Spring flieldKyon MONDAY DECEMBER 25 1911 one oclock pm orthere boutlat being County Court Day to the high Iest bidder at public auction upo jiCredIt olobeand two 7aa thef 1imgdent thereof to produce the BUtns or mpney so ordered tobe made A certain tract of land situated in Washingtoa Co Ky on the yjllfsburg Rockbridge and Chaplin 1uriIkead journingthe lands of Mark Sffewmaker fand JR Keeling and containing 28 + acresx For the puccahse price therpUrchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from Hie of iie until pai and havng th Teeee Wi eKectfpf tivjadginenV Biddeiwfpid toccomply ipifnptIy Wih ilMM te- s1CFDOiEYMCWCC o Nqb J tre QD our farms allowed PjrotI t tG Mrs t IBrl t Warren 1 i F D Jjr 4 ct H n p t t1t Vc oII JJ 1 0 i t f r t l 9 H f t l ti t r J r 1 t i w J o t t t t at d t t t t I l J l Et o 4 f f r a t l1 t i o t i 1 I t spent Sun s fela ssrs s b with the the av i the s Wise l them ted Pur l of a Sate J her aw H l re i o bjs r viUg n this tto and off for or t b thou z 1 r iof It t Reductlon l F Rd r 14 NN KW iM S N1N4N4NAKSAti1SS11 NNf NS 4 K N Jir it Jl 1 I aF E i j LDYEQ3tdtARf i f i 7 I Wehave just eeeived a new lot plPf Womens and Misses Coatst iin black and Tlue serge storm ser imHliiuI IIjjandi black Novelties in tans browns blues and graysAT 5ECIALI MD SEA ON RICES t I Greatt Bargains In Coats i Handsome Fancy Mxtures with Shawl Collars worth up to 2250 for Handsome Polo Coats worth up to J20 00 go for to Handsome Plush Coats worth tip to r 20 00 gtffor A Caracul toats S7507 10QO fit1250 iI and up tor I t Mfeses and Children isCbats in Handsome Mixtures I Plush and Caraculs at Especially Low Pricesr Childrens Coats in Vejvet Plush Caracul and Beaft Skin in great variety i tfk4 KIKKNMStiNSN KNKj KNNSKS SiiK K14f i nnH r Cecilvillei i JvMissftnnie P O borne spelt Tuesday1 i Xanvilei Kr Therewere q iten numb r young people married Pot Stt Ros01astrweek tftqong them Si d Smith and Miss Ray Sinitih sMr andlJ Alis Watt Wheatiy and chMdreirjspent Tuesday att Mra Bettrb VYlieatly iMiss Lillie Muudf1 wass the gguestt on M nd 6ther1MYf r RoyMudjfl t MiSs ElfaOs6Qrnd who has bees quite sick is much improv edI4 v Mrs Bettie Wheatiy who hatt the misfortune tUfall and break herr ankle is doing nicely Mr Charlie Hill was in our midst recently Mtaliy Flora Carrie off St Oathr spent Tnankggiving vath her conoid Mr W H Smitbj and familYay Mr and Mrs Sydney Smithh spent unday with Mrt h Smith pfF best View Mr Edd OBryan of Lebanon flpeat Friday with her prr nt Hog killing seems to be tnt oraer 6f the day fn this town Santa Clau I500 1250 1500I 1500 Tatham Springs ItT tf schools entertainment held at this place botw ien edu catlonal divisions three and r lilr- of onFridaj t drew thirteen prize Those who gave the prizes were dDr Yates J i Trent W F Grigsby J McWilliarasrHaydoo and Robertson T Scott Mayes John Polin Barber and Pet us EP Decampu one bv the teach ers of the district two by the people of this place one by the Oounty Board of vdu nation to the school winning the mist prerm urns pieasunt Hill school being the winner A full account of the tournament is found in this iissue of the paper Mrs George Shirley was stuck en with paralysis Friday Mr J W Foslecof this pfa aet lis some better at this writing llMr jJames Hungateis yery ill from the grip Mr Bill C liersboyIS very ill with thee diptneriay Mises Worliy Royally Belle Hatcliett and Clara Brows visi Mists Maudlo Royalty Saturday night Mjr Ray Burklieaddaudwlfe visited Mr Grundy Dann u day Underwear We are Well Stocked In Underwear For Min Women and Children Flat and Ribbed Shirts iTnd IIMens 7oc values for Scarlet Wool Wrights Medicated Fleeced and Genuine Coopers V I RibbedI all exceilent value uatt Wo 4lens andl Misses tine fleeced Vest anti Pants and Union Suits specially priced at 50c and W omt ns and Childrens Heavy Ribbed Pants and Vests att 4N MK M Do iou Up Almost every one kbows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and findoutifvonhaveki offer your I00 bladder remedjfcbe cause of able health restoring properties Swatriv Root almost every wish in ove coming rheuuiatisjr pain in the back k neys liver bladd and urinary corrects every passage inability part of lhdjj oldV ternDll sct11dit18 pain il1pnssin or bad ejects following us eOfhqUorvl or beer and overcoales that itI necessity of being compelled to go through the day anti to get up many times during the night SwampRoot not iqcommcndctl for verry thing lit if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble itt will beouhd just the remedy you need It baa been thoroughly tested n private practice and has proved so successful thatta special ar tatiloment lids b cn auade by which all readers of ibis paper who have not al ready tried itt may have a sample bottle jeut free by mail also a boot telling more about Swum Root and bow to nay orbladdsrtroubler iu4hie paper and send address to Dr Kilmer Co its remark fulfills It Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedoliarewc bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress IIinghamton NY ones bottle SOt IMenS ForAJI Doni forstthaiwet have the exclusive sale of Hart Sc aflfnt r Marx und the Velvorth 13randft f SCitsand Overconts for Men and H4 Seiriaheiniers Pprfoc lion Suits and Overcoats for Yoong lent Boys and Children These suits and t oats are not equaled in our town tine RI serisef l ordertb cut Stqck of Carpets tRugs Paper rlajid Curtains we are making r COST I4 1OUNNINGIl DlNOiN VVHARTONWNNNNSKi7NSN1111SKNr A N111M liich Get BaCJt1Kldncy wlienwritiugmentionreading t eoo25c Clothing r 7 with Mrs CrP tGjatlOy he t and wifer spentt TtiJnksglviog wi h the rers parents at this pU05 Mr S P Jhesseir and wirE were the guests of MrJ Wull ce and family Sunday Public Sale Having dissolved partnership we will oh farm as the Michael Muqihy farm on Fridaya December at 1 oclock pm sell to the highest bidder the following personal property One 12year hay brood mare Gyoar old bay brood marel ag d family mare horse good W worker and driver 3year old stallion out of a County Member mare and sired by Bouucing 1 team work mules aged 5 and 8 years l 2year old horse mule 11 1year old horse mule I weanling horse mule a good one 12 milch cows al good stock 4 black weanling heifer calves yearling steer 30 ahotcs froin to 90 rbs 1 sow and ir + horse wagons Binder Hay Complete of Shoessl We sptl Plorsheim and Beacon fine shoes for Mtnj and FCrippendorfDittmanCo and ISmiths Sterling tine hoes for Women For Children we have the celebrated Bifs ter Brown and BilliUen1 common fWo can save you money pn your shoes and irive you uoequaHediuan y Vlri our Wall Lace PRICES REGARDLESS OF M r INN4N1t LyyKt 1N in of- IVaI1CYBJII Seav our known 15 Beginning 4ycanold Connanght weighing eight hoes u U t Koaieinber The Bazaar 1FOR THE BENEFIT Ob1 THE CATHOLIC v CE3ORCHq = opeRA HOUSE DECEMBER A 14 15 and16J Vi = t I Wait ffor the opening before i 4 i Buying jour Christmas Gifts l kp You can tend so man useful 1 3 0rr Things at a b gainmThursday nightt Sj ebial Lon = Cert Friday lift ernoni fur For children1 Friday nigh Oyster supper HardBYJjMorning for colorcd Saturday afternon candy 4 cake and dressed hen sale Saturday night Box Party 4And awarding of all prizes C IVon No Admission Fee To Be Charged At iTHE B AZ fi G 1 BURTON DI4T DCNTIftT JUu UTACTED tv t Jl III1OUT PAN J k 4 Jf L ftiockup auira 4 xNGrlraIrf All irWHk Strictly ir l c i DR Ie murp uJSlrgt D tt Ollbi Jio ra8to9aml i iv nagtpS pthj t uover Haydous Prugstor t itLLdmptonMD J Mkt 1I rn last oN1cr He L liIcc No 38 Y jfp i 11 WFGRIGSBY JJ t t AT1qfNI5Y AT LAW rfi YeCpo5 nk ifj V BPRINOFIKLtJ KTV i DiWIIYATT h H Offic 6ver Red CrOsstDruz Store Office hotirst Hyatt 1030 12 14 to 5 pQ 4t1et iJJ0MNY MAYES- U1EIAiJ UIHECi R AID1ICEI8EDl FMiMR8 TElEPHONE DY lOa NlfltiTT4 SPMFIELD KY IfEl TRUSTY 4L PBACTICALa I DENTIST1ID1e over Haydon Barber P Wor atrr I 2 h aratil nnP1vI J = j ed I Railr6dl ieduIet e J i Following is the time schedule now in effectonthi3 Bardstbwn bandMo 41Leaed Jjonisville at f 4JPO pm BardslbWn Junction 22 pm Bardstowa OtO p m arrives at Springfield 65p p m No 42 Leaves Springfieid at I r600 a m Bardstbwn 845 a m ito Bardbtown Jvinctipn 73P a m Wc lL estwDisvilIe 820 a m No 43 Leaves Louisville at 720 aInBardstown Junction 85 a m Bardstown 1005 a QJ lJiNo44Leal iOOjin Bar stown 220 p mj IIj Bardstown Junction 410 p bj aVif s arLoniaville 645 p ps i r or t v iFeitJmUtlfr Forecast ItJlB ahnoylhg to have to run Into omiiny crapksM Bald tile Irritably psr8oNYu replied the mafhemat loi friend but think what the world will ke a few generations hence Tbp jc rate oil the increase will be terrific You cant live without meeting cranks tad you eaflt keep running into them without becoming one yourself TOWN tfO WritI fiH Local Happenings of Int eres and Latest 4i1Abut Y urseir Fr1Ads I1 and Acquairitancest MMMM JMMWff M fF SleciaI attra tling each Uj htj Pure Jellico joall at BD stakes Concert each night atrthelBaz sr nyTthingfy6u want aV the Bazv 7 Corn oats and hay Gat pur prices BDTILa1eCo- Horse blankets jind rugs cheap at O 1npbeU Bros1 tfor sale 100hens Mrs E 0 Walker thejDont fail to see the new ready iboTvears at Wathen Shad rs lOFORSAiE Baled hay Jin equality w P MERRITT IFpniALEiTbee registered bort horn bull calves G L Wharton FOR RENTAfter Jan ary Usttf2nice yard and premises Apply to IiI JOHN W LEWIS Prices cut half in two on millinery suits andskirts bee for yourself Mrs WilJims A full line of Purenia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal 3D Lake Co Dont fail to attend the Bazaar at the Opera Hc use Dec 141 tsIO f Remember we fork our coa and givJ8O lbs to the busbel B D Lake i Cod Mr A 0 Ki a arger engine in his grist Main Street GenuIne Cannel Goal not mix but pore cannel 17c deliver edSOlos tb bushel- B D Lake Co All milliaery at cost Grea dansee ror yourself Wathen Shader Old Kqnt Marks is at home with the boys and be knows how figure lumber See him with K a arks Sons Buy your Christmas gifts at the Baz tar Opera House Dec 14 15 and 16- Christmas gifts can be hid at the Bazaar ranging in price rom lOc to10OO EaR SALE44rs R B Creg has for sale pure bred Bour boa Red Turkeys Toms 350 hens 250 Alsob C R I Cockrels at 75c and l00 FOR SALE A carload of 47 lip Royal wirefield finiceat 28c per rod t G W MclNTlRB Frediricklown Ey a I fPUBLt SALE I i In order to close out our entire partnership business iin Spring 1I field we will offer for sale in Springfield Kj on Iff Saturday December 16 to the highest bidder the following Reall Estate situated in Spring desirable homes in the city asfieldsconsisting of some ibf the most follows III Two dwelling houses on Walnut Street known as the Thompson V property both very desirable homes and In one of the best neighbor fti hoodsln town 3 Two dwellings on Virginia Avenue both new houseS and of five 4t andsLc rooms respectively Also two vacant building lets on Virginia 4A Avenue ndjoiningtbe property above numed AJso five 1 cottas on High Street known as the Spears property good v prqpery and in good repair and a nice cottage on East end of High S eetL i I The Beautiful Home j i fIi of Mrs fC A Green on Walnut Street will also be ff red Of this 11 hotae ieo much cannot be said inJts prise It is a niodern home of 1 oofulIy equipped with light water batb toilet ncfall modem- IconVWafices Has Jarge front yard good gprden and all necessary of and the Iti JI l 1 M CA oi b lL Auctioo r 15 I- er ciplh w J v fCSiHaiflrt iW The Freshest I I 9 timothy residence 0 JOPIGS IFOR SALE BIaek Minorca 75c eachOqckrete 4 I MR JJJ vviti BTT FOR SAtEOne vjsible Un d rood typewriterKoodas new JAMES I ROYALTY f V Born toMiandMrs E 2L Cox on tbe2jid instan ei bjt ipound girl i FOR SALE f65 MiB turkey prices reasonable AlsaBuff Or pingtdn Gockrels and piiHetsk R A McINTIRE IMRS on play at t1Wal nut street theatre was witnessed andIprtertajnthB lit produced in the moving pictures this season Henry Thornton s highly respected colored citizen died pf pneumonia Tuesday evening He was about forty yearsfof age and was an inuustrioas and good colored t itiz nlIe was flying on Judge Tburmah farin Lear the Keene Bridge J Hon John W Lewis had a joule on his I lace yesterday wlrcb all the radiance of the bright suns ioe could not dim and no wcncler for hehad jjust fact1lbFred Mange wasj having bec me the mother ofianine pound girl Both motherland babe are dohg1 wellI 0000 oo0 00000 I- H 8 move our tie O e next I and open our new quar NEW our stock g 8 is your price g O o b is urgently requested that every citizen thecl pA Court House a in Saturday to December Gi LHaydon Chm Committee MOLdafwas the regular term the Springfield Police Court seytral default judgments wfere aken However there a contest in the CASO of Bert Nel vs D Millerl which was p contest for which at Nelson alleged Mr MilWa hogs his The case cotsu3ied neaVly day andre su ted in the jury M verdict of 40 ifor the from whieb the defendant has Ii Mr Oliver Kays and Miss MaY v5ua Wycoff were married November polis Ird The were Mr John M Wj cuff a brother pf the brIde and Miss Alice zones The bride is n duu of Mr John H ar d Wycoff of Ihis county and is one of the countys most popular school teachers while the who is a spncff W M and Mamie Kays iii a prof perous Mackville mer 1 ant and a young man who stands us a1 business man and a citizen T Dpna eNally MivThomas J ofBloora field and Mrs Rosji Donahue r were married iin last week J a few years ago wlienhe to Nelson Countv He is a1 man highly by allI ndis a business man His bride is of the late Ohasf Don ahue and is well Enlarged i First class work absolutely- Free tb all persons paying thei I accoout before 1 1912 MRS KATIE Mass Meeting r- I IA mass meeting of citizens of the county is called met at the court house nexti Saturday afternoon for the ptifpAse of discussing the road j The qui st1 nwilh b j discn sd pro pnd conarQ tile Jd of impi oate r IIt ts Chat t Isfi thee idjC wlI ba well atici fted as it ghotiij be Everyone pishes to see the roacls whether or not ho will endorse jhe plan proposed The best me is should be adopted anitii ja good chance for anyone 10 has in mind god plans for oad im provement to come before the pfibttc and advocate ti jm V I r Mattingly 4 1j Quitea sad death w s that of Mrs Robert Matting which ipccurred at Decatur I on last Saturday after a let days ill ness of pneumonia S le was on a visit to relatives at hat place ani took sick while thre She was a daughter of thlJate Toe Reddiclts and was in tIllS connty fortyfour yea ago Bhe was a good istlan woo man beloved by all irho knew her She is SU her husband and ten omldien The remains aVrivel here and funeral services were onducted at the Clmstii in Church and burial Offutt atIage She was married twice her a Mir n06oo00 r 00 ijiiiiITIT II1I88- gg I 8 8Ig I I from present location to Q 0prie building to Hotel IQdesiring to up in 0 Q with E STQCKle 0I Qare offering Tiai aat 1 sacrifice Now the time to get 8great own 9 8 WATHEN 4 SHADliHR 9 OOOOOOOOOO fto oo It attend roadmeeting Springfield 9lh By the of was son d damages Mr idto crop all returning pisintiff appealed WycoffKaysS 29ttr atJndian atteodants hler Mollie room high both Nally Louisvillg tMrwent regarded good thewidiw known here Photograph January WILLIAMS question pistmeth vingUtftcotintys expected improve born eh ibi Tuesday wasatCeirntery Hill r firsthusbandboine Carter the Walton anti to this unioii w i born One Mrs Hugh Gq Mey Prior to her marrhse she was r Mss Linton and ins related the Lintons in us county After the death of hi r first bus band she was mare to Mr Virgil Offutt who died yeral years ago V She iis survfvfcd by one daughter Mrs Ho ah GfOatley seven grandchiidre it and two great grandchildren She was a good woman undhi hy respec ted by a large circle of friends Funeral services we econducled Che Presbyterian Church on Tuesday and burial vas in Cemetery flu Tobacco Marl t Opens The tobacco nil tat opened last Tuesday 0 ing to the fat thaftbe wea ier has not beth seasonable i e offerings l were lighi howe r the prices fairly good rangii from sa to f 18SThe Planners E use reports the sale of abotii 6000 pounds of touacco ht fail good prices Tbe offerings we e mostly offfI medium red crbps there beiipf no fancy tobacco 0 i the market With the opening of a good season it is expdcted that thcl offerings will Le tliiotter and cool l 1Vallj I OdJIJonof merit and ran id from 33 to 18 rile tfcrop of J IL Brtiesj of Texas consis ing Lf3S55 pounds sold at p tees ranging from 5 to 18 ct Usl averaging 12 35 per hundre There were goc4ja sales both at the Springbeld j and Farmeis Houses andtdtlceo sold well however we webi unable to gef the humber of pounds sold at these houses JT r 3Glldets Generosity 5Dtd the Qlldeys Bave much troublo In arranging their separation No At least nOt until they reacficd the child They have utone child you know How aboiiti the dogs That was easy They tkd two dogs rIlee Well what dfd they doT Why suddenly llejvekipo A a streak of He tpok the chUTteid hIs wife bavetldth dof 7 r = u r FI 1 FURNITbRE4- R f E t 1 I J = are showing this Season thelargest and most uptodatet line ever IWedin this city arid at prices to please everyone Froni the cheaoett I + C7T v r LoIciat these Before Buying Your Christmass Presents J JIi f t Bed RooM Suits in Oak Mahogany and Circassan Walnut f Fartyr Suits in Mahogany and Early English V Library Suits indO1kan Early English in Birds Eye Maple Mahogany andiOak 5 00 to 1500 Cabinets in Mahogany wj TlJO to 1500 Mortis Chairs in Mahogany Early English ILadiesflegks I t 1000 to 200V of Holiday Rockers in MahoganY Birds Eye English Walnut and Oak 125 to 1750 Jt Vf CabiiMts i Magazine youwal1t M ILINE kIIT = i d T17 t A Beautiful Line of HolidayPiict 11- CorneearIy 1 v flFaPtilrylrlrand make your selec ion for they are you are line we soficit an buying elsewhere We buy djrlct therefore ml a position to make prices as cheap as the Jargstdealers in cities yourc lh it Ir LEMAN 1 GaM- BELLTTiT tt it olt I vvt vwv wvwkvivwvuiiv v v v ji vtv viv v v v t iiT K Smith Pres C Coode Vice 0 M Simms SadTrt 4- Washingtofl t I CountyTobaccoo Oot4V i j i Handlers of Loose peaf TobaccotLj r f Charges 15cents per hundred weighing feet and 2 pier cent commii J I IFreestall room and shed room for customersIj1 jfl3 All tobaccos carefully and r graded by handlers t4i v ts zuaie deail x possible service bringyourtolccottfufc s ff kiYOU c1 1 IIfI r LBM tgtgwery t LM Campbelll Gen ManagrtionsJ4p1U66 u v 4 = i Hon VC McQhord was in Gfreensbu tgh this week altendirp this weekattenditigcourt Bon John Lewis was in Louisville ths week of1 Mr nnd1s E F Ulrich Louisville viskedMr and Mrs Harrison Nally Iast week Mrs WL 1cClcllan Ond Mils tinDlPMcOielHmare Louis yule today Mrs W Griiisby wasin Louisville this week Miss May Mayes and her vis itdr Miss Sampson Middlesjl boro have returned to schoo ter spending Thanksgiving hero Miuses Migarti and Rath Sprague hava returned lo Louis ville after a visit tft Miss Eleanor Duncan Miss Mary Ames of DB ling Green has reiurned ater a visit IlO Miss Mary Noe- jProf George Colvin enter tamed the membars uf theft ball team at six dinner at his home Friday Miss Louise Barber enter tamed the Stdaihlib9 grad ates att Fitzgeralds and Heft ieins Tbpnk9giving afternoon Mrs T D Tapp anTl Mrs CllIisJ HcrtleinwJre in Fairfftd yasr terday Miss Mutfel Williams is visit ing in Lexington ju Misses Acniei a1anny Mc Elroy have returned from Dan yule Ky Mr Tom Edelen of Lnuisyille was here Sunday ii SOfLebnn1oni i I amTmber of tier friends a hert home last Satur3iky eveni t atltl Proes veIe r tq ju were won byA Rolfulzaul MisMarvi o f Miss Bianctia Uardco ot Nel son county H me gqe bpt Mrs G T Clements j SPRINGFIELD CITY TAYLOR For Pry Cleaning Qyeing ending1r IPFTIf BanmbaneF Prop Mr Benedict leaker and wife 6f f1 Cplorado are the guesfooff Miss Carrie Eielonl Mr and Mrs Joa Johnson ot- Loulsvil attended the Hill delen wedding Ii r v t MrSI McGUlranddauaih ler Miss NelIIo were in Lebanon onday jv tlM News 1tcmiEverything fiilet nr1Pere out vouf ndgljlofs ii JJndeau iflphaVe gar soon Pobi Ptscatawaytowiv is itlll ulecp tp ur J Independept JL Z i vv v ICombination Book Cases Library Cases Ckiffniiitsl J Tfr- Ghiffioniers folding Beds iKitchen Hit j 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paWja- Bwwayr la an attbnlshment that dSWIiual U tkl really your f frVvlMIt a k ttlirf ftbiMetf heaafiweredj iuIIir 4t1 ap 4 feeIng h1 II 1i4 tt actagtof1a4ftgoc tTbw b t er ntrJ4IlI ev er k 1 oki Jt tkfadt it likely l I ex ets1 rrl1 aan as isSJUUM 4 you wen ky rldlni down ooi wUJfco tkajr i V JWf Qec Co ko oxplalnlsd pen erS a 4rpO b do re1 Why ther Nraed old thing ma away j wayr 7t re lye bin a aaagln nter Mtwr MU 0 thet critter fer tare lle na prayln j itW erllcht ca Its myirlghJJ Itotawot e ther cavalry ye ttHnr a 4 Bone o yer steam kcers ifSTl reckon they iorft go no faster Mr ttll tbtaae IION Gob rap ye I a r 1t io caJl far twl1t R1dj Ir sit5 a stopped her with a y or1Sv vwKiko I bow 0w kout sbtit Scott BMaift irkoa ko aald The turf the fly 5Imearar ara ecIiou bet this oio4M 24t rHM4k1 eeek as If it stung t aopa d looked athtin tbe faintt diwB4af Mgkt of dajr aad jlaughe- iilHo urted koad and weazfa face WIt eaouh decorated as tIiirw lk the black loam jwbTIIt tllon dI M toprtnnfwhUcIclosed where the bryls d flesn bad puffed up over Itu It Is fearful strife for man endowed with mortal ilfeV he quoted mournfully Youre right I assented No coubt you had the worst of It But bow came you herer Why I wus a huntln fer a hoa- th8r et thet picket post whin ye Beared up ther bunch an by some ItsJrt a fule luck I got hOIO thet one tuke arter etho iin course I ddnt know who it was raised slch a rumpus It wus so durned dark flier what blame Tankee caboodle tuke a blaze et me I reckon leastwise they wus most durn keerless with ther rjihootin Irons any I rode one feller orrer knocked him plum off his boss down th r bank acerslush inter ther water by thunder ail then ther dern ed critter I wus gtraddlin bolted Tteta bout all I know Cap till lilt yoreTher ofblsYpure a good mant J4Sj said heartily and so long as we are both alive usLetsditlon for serylceSA single glance told the story The black mare was browsing by the road side QrtheflankItunate and lay bead under stone dead in the nlddle of the narrow road figUreWoe worth the chase woe worth the day that cost thy life my gallant g bianpitherRegrets of any nature however were vain and as the little man post tlvely refused to ride I mounted fullybesldemore our faces turned toward the red dawn CHAPTER XXI EarjyComeman Captain 1 say you must turn out of this I opened my eyes with a struggle and looked up The golden glow Pf molthemy troop Colgate bending over mer oft attired in senrtoer znifprmti What Is it Jack We have been ordered north on theItn ver vo being Dohlnd Iao Before he had finished I was upon- I the floor dressing with that rapidity myithought of active service once more WdJt the news I broughtiln yes trday Colgate which Las stirred this- up flquestioned lhastily dlppjn into basin of water Imagine It must have been sir replied the Lieutenant leaning back comfortably upon a crackerbox which formed our solitary chair Things b ate been on the move ever since and it certainly resembles an advance of ome Importance Sthlf ofthers at It all night long McDanlOis division oftI ofjthelordersl artilleryI Rockes batteries are with us did not learn who went out with 1icD anleIs Longstreet has crossed the White Briar jYes I know 1 said drawing on the last of my equipments and quick l myselflIhadoverlboked of yalue All ready Jack and now for another dance of death Our regiment was drawn up in UieI square of the littletown and as we came forth into the glorious sunlight the stentorian voice Of the Colonel called them into column of fours Staff officers gray with dust from their jl night service were riding madly along the curb while at the rear of our men jjust debouching from one of the side streets appeared the solid front of a division of Infantry We had barely time to swing into the saddles of the two horses awaiting us and ride eWlftjly to the head of our command tlttihon stern orders rolled aloniI iLa motionless line of troopers the long silent column swung out to the northward the feet of the horses raising a thick cloud of red dust which fairly enveloped us In its chok- Ing folds With the ardor of young manhood I looked forward to the coming battle when I knew the mighty armies of North and South would once again contest for the fertile 13henandbah It wa tcr be American pitted against American a struggle ever worthy of the gods Slowly I rode back down the fuse of my men marking their uament and t + FeelThIsWayPol iakvou t CAnt work awnvat vnnr ornfes thor trade any longer Do you have a poor upc th a laywake otnifhta unable to steen PAre ambkk4utfhMg wtt put a stop to rour misery You jean do it iif M wHL Dr Pierces Goldcn Medicat Discovery will aiskya ereatiadviuua It will set your lazy liyer to wod It will set things right in your stomach and yoiic s i le will come back It will purify your blood consumptiontaway DIisM s iIIImoltlaiacd a foothold in the form of f aMa sm w Weeding at the lungs jt Will bring about a jMT Of si oaM It is a remedy 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LOUISY1 t f KY a 11noted11 watched them thus I thought again of those many other faces who Ofl rode as these men did now Jut who j had died for duty even as these also might yt be called upon to die Or hundred and three strong gay IeI b right new Uniforms with anner kissing the breeie above ot Irj rOdehopefUJJf e three years before untried undls clpllned unknOwn tq place our liv willingly upon the scared altar of our native State What speechless years of horror those had been what history we had written with our naked steel what scenes oft suffering and death lay along thi st1 1QdaydownliIII sot grimly tb the northward our flag crossed sabres on their SlOUCh brown bats in spite of all recruiting The cheer in my heart was for the lliving the tear in my eye was for the d fed Colgate I said gravely as I clangedhe troop the men looI exceeding well and do not appear to have suf fered greatly hecauuo of itions se lads are always in fine leule when they expect a fight he answered his own eyes dancing as he swept them over that straight line of backs in ills front Theyll scrap the better for being a bit hungryblmakes them savage Cap tain what foolish notions some of those people on the other side ha red thPtthink w6 are entirely different from puzIzto any recruiting officer up yonder to show a finer lot of fighting men than those fellows ahead there I rode slowly forward to my own position at the head of the troop As reflection to be clearly conscious of much that was occurring about n reinSuddenly however I became aware that some one nearly obscured by the ridingIcolumn an Indeperbe ence of military discipline permitted In the state of mind I was then in this discovery strangely ir ritated me- Sergeant I questioned sharply of the rawboned trooper at the end of the first platoon what fellow is that riding out yonder Its thejr pesky little cuss as come in with ye yesterday sir ho returned with a grin ties confiscated a muel somewhar an says hes a gain back h im long o we uns Curious to learn how Jed ILl emerged from his arduous adventure I spurred my horse alongside of h The little man bending tory ru dubiously as if tearful of accluvot was riding bareback on a gaunt long legged mule which judging fromfiU outward appearances must have been soine discarded asset of the quarter masters department Going home Jed I asked aa he glanced up and saw me- Jlst as durn quick as I kin git thar he returned emphatically By gum Cap I aint bin way from Mariar long as this afore In twelve year Reckon she thinks Ive skedaddled fer good this time iau ill a takin up with some other main critter lest glt back thar mighjty sudden Wom ens odd Cap durn nigh as ornary muelIDurned if ever I thought Id git astraddle o any fourlegged critter agin he said rubbing himself as if in sudden and painful recollection of the past But I sort r picked up this yere muel down et ther corral an hes tow durn wore out a totln things fer you uns ter ever move often a walka I sorter reckon its a heap olttin yere than ter take it slut a aI thor way tar ther raountlngs It was long after dark the secon day when thoroughly wearied turned into an old tobacco field weI made camp for the night To rfghtI and left of our position glowed the cheery fires telling whero Earlys command bivouacked In line of battle From the low range of hills in front of where two rested one could look across an Intervening valley and see far off to the northward the dim flames wLich marked the position of the enemy Down in the mysterious darkness botw gn divided only by A swift and narrow stream were the blue and gray pickets The opposing forces were sleeping on their arms making ready for the death grip on the morrow As I lay there thinking wondering what might be my late before another U I IIIaluUr a mr ba1 AND MONEYoI Levys Boys Suits vviui 2 pairs of Pants FREE Largest LEVY It ma inch ot a womanfwhich made me more of a coward than I had ever felt myself before I was partially aroused bt the droning etones of a voice close at hand Lift iIng myself on one Ibow I glanced curiously around to see where ltaoriginated what waaj occurring Clus tered about a roaring fire of rails were a dozen troopers and In then midst of them occupying the post of honor upon an empty powder keg Was Bungay enthuslas callyrecftlDgt Scott I caught a lire or two ISAt once there rqfie so wild a yell Within that dark and narrow dell of As all the fiends from heaven tha fell If Had pealed the batUecry of hell and then the drowisy god pressed down my heavy eyjelids and I fell asleepI rCHAPtER XXII t1 1The Battle In tIe Shenandoah te To meit has always seemed red markable that afteij all myother bat tie experiences Antlotam Gettyr an burg the Wildern s ayl even tn eluding that first lereo baptism of fire at Manassasrn i action in which x ever partIclpatedhouldii emaln so early photographed upon memory as Ithis last5desperat4j atiait v ii enandoah Every i minute detail of the conflict at I least so far as I chanced to be a personal participant rises before me aa I write and l doubt not L could I trace today each step tqken upon that Ilostricken field j Tha reveille had not sounded when I first awoke a1b1t rolling from my anket looked abcut me Aready a taint dim line of gray heralding the thawne east and making manifest those heavy fogbanks trblcb banging dank and low valley The obscurJDetired men were yet lying upon the ground wrapped tightly InC their blankets oblivious of the deadly work before thea4 but I could hear Ic the horses already moving uneasily their picketropes and observed atIj and there the chill d figure of a sentry leaning upon his mm oddly distorted form by the eirveloping mistbDirectly in advxnco of where wei rested a long hill sloped gently up1award for perhaps ja hundred yards its crest topped wltl a thick growth of young oaktrees y st seemingly devottof underbrush No troops were camped in our in mediate front and feeling curious to ascertain something of our formation as well as to amine the lay of be land between uOand the position occupied by tbhJ enemy I walked slowly forward hindered until attained the crest The fog yet hell the secrets of thet Isbandr Isj JeT unvexed set J But directly across trom where std apparently alonrth nmmit of Bother chain of low s = =V S51 bereturned 1lorty accustomediposltfon ThirdSand Market u wflui airiz roc tening skia great flag lazily flapped its folds to the freshening breeze Bsr dently our opponents were first astir and the headquarters of some division of the enemy must be across ycnor As I gazed other fires burst forth to and right as far as the unaidedjleft could carry through the gloom d I was thus enabled to trace die tinctly those advanced lines opposing us Experience told me their position ust be a strong one and their force heavy IAs I turned to mark our own forma n the roll of drums rang out while the quickening notes of the reveille sounded down the long llntea slumbering men Life returned as by magic to those motionless forms and almost in a moment all below me became astir and 1 could clearly distinguish the various branches of the service as they stretched away commingled upon neither hand We were evidently stationed close to the centre oL our own position The rvening ground sloped so gently for ward while the hill crest was so thickly crowned with trees It looked ideal position from which toI advance In line of attack Upon my right there appeared a breakij fete solidity of2Fir mrv as 1 oveIBlghtthense an Infantry column ebonched from a ravine an marching steadily forward filled the gap could distinctly mark the wearied manner in whlch the men composing it flung themselves prostrate on the hard ground the moment they were doubtless all through the ng hours of the black night they had been toiling on to be in time- rAides were galloping furiously not among the scattered commands The obscuring fog slowly rose from off e face of the valley but all the central portion remained veiled from view Suddenly alt L watched the rentjf fire anil it was curious to q serve how those quick spiteful darts of fume swept the full length of my reportsjltit d sight of each other through the gloom Then a big gun boomed almost direct ly opposite me its flame seeming likeII redhot knife rending the mist This tcheerturned In time to behold a thin scat line of grayclad Infantrymen swarm down the steep slope into the valley WJth hats drawn low andII guns advanced they plunged at a run Into the mist and disappeared ur skirmishers had gone in the ad opened I had tarried long enougH any oment now might bring boots and and If I DOSluqsed at desire for a breakfast to fight oa behooved me to get back within feur lines The memory of that ant mated scene in front stftl fresh upon ue how oulet and commonpliwv StiffNediRelieved For any stiffness or larneness Sloans Liniment gives relief at once It acts like massage quickens the blood and limbers up lame muscles and joints When applied immediately ter violent exercise it stiffness preventsI Heres Proof fII amusing your liniment for stiffness Ihave bought two bet- ties of it and it is the best I saw MrcMARY CURRY tII I bala severe pain between my shoulders and noticing your yertlsenient in the street cats I got a bottle which quickly relieved me ad1 R DTBURGOYNfe MaysvUle Ky SLOANS LINIMENT t j penetratngnccds no rubbing Sold by alt dealers Price 2Sc SOc and 100 SIsbook on HaneCattb Horund Poultry sent t5ddreas ML EARL L SLOAN BOSTON fHM rTull57 iyhat has become of Bungay I questioned of Colgate who was lying upon his back with eyes fastened on a floating cloud Do you mean the little mountaineer 1whoeatnejph hrs mule bolted at the first reliowtIsHow tlmodraggedl The battery to left of us went Into action and began tJble nearer guns outlined against the sky quicklymotionless bodies to the rear and laid them down tenderly beyond the fierce zone of fire Then the heavier pieces of artillery farther down the line burst into thunder and we silently watched a large force of Infantry move slowly past us up the long slope until they halted in line of battle fast behind its summit the advanced tUes lying flat upon their faces and peering over But no orders came for us Nearly noon by Ufa red sun hiding behind the drifting powder cloud The everdeepening roar of ceaseless IconC test had moved westward down hISJsmoking itto1echoed J On Foot and Dying Ke Reached Our Front rolced unmistakably the soldier spirit We moved westward down the long bare slope in the sunshine through a halfdozen deserted desolate fields i JeadIngof the ravine we came forth intq the broad valley and halted Just in front of us scarcely a halfmile distant were the fighting lines partially enveloped in dense smoke out from which brbke patches of blue or gray- sa charge succeeded charge or the wind swept aside the fog of battle The firing was one continuous crash achlnstheirown ranks dealing death impartially to horse and man The captain of the troop next mine wheeled suddenly a look of surprise upon his face and fell backward Into the arms of one of his men wIth an Intense scream ct agony almost human the horse of my first sergeant reared and same over crushing the rider before he could loosen foot from stirrup the Lleuten antColonel rode slowly pastua to the rear his face deathly white one arm dripping blood dangling helpless at his side This was the hardest work of war that silent agony which tried men in helpless bondage to unyielding discipline I glanced anxiously along the front of my troop but they required no word from me with tightly set lips and pale stern faces they neld their line steady as granite clo- sling up silently the ragged gaps torn by plunging ballS Qaptaln sate Colgate riding to whore I sat my hcrse you will see the paper I gave you reaches Ithat safe if I fan to come out of reached over and gripped his hand hard tIt will be the first thing I shall Jack I answered earnest IJy But we may have it easy enough after allIt seems to be an infantry affair He shook his head gravely No he said pointing forward they will need us now As he poke it seemed as though the sharp firing upon both sides sud Iterriblemingled with the continuous thunder of great guns died away into an In termlttent rattling of musketry and as the heavy smoke slowly drifted up ward in a great white cloud we could thepdvanclngIl vast impenetrable blue wall sweep ling toward us upon a run Where but a brief moment before the plaln ap peared deserted It was now fairly alive with soldiery the sun gleaming on fixed bayonets and faces aglow with the ardor ot surprise Some one had blundered f To thin unsure ported line of gray infantry directly In our front closed up their shattered ranks hastily in desperate effort tor staykthe rush We could see them jam ming thefr muskets for volley sire and then with clash and clatter that drowned all other sounds a batteryof- six black guns camo flying madly past us every horse tOn the ruth lashed Into frenzy by his wild rider With carriage and caisson leaping at every jump the halfnaked smokebegrimed Cannoneers clinging to their seats like monkeys they dashed recklessly forward swung about into position and almost before the muzzles had been well pointed were hurling canister into that blue victorious advance How ttiofio gallant fellows worked thefr guns leaping into air at each discharge their movements clock work Tense eager expectant every hand among us hard gripped onsabre hilt we waited that word which lure ly could not be delayed while from end 4o end down the full length ofr our straining line rang out the yell of exultant pride Steady men steady there lads called the oldColonel sternly his own llttt To be con nu1 JIns and Outs Never bp lin your plAce of busicoss when a perSon wants to borrow money of you because U yotiarein you will be out but if you are out you will be in a r Tw IItI riTril- iatllTiiPomesDjestjnfl- a l1 nelt1lfpiun 4 N9T ARC Tlp 0iu stiriltviwf2zlm1 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