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erwwkTIre wris e were several othe t JM1JitH11l the room and they AraU1e drunken lJan snoring M t at lowti oclock the snoring b d csandanexsminatioi ri jiljowed him fladJntis sId that thelhblkCs frcfcabf a colored ywasl I froa Q wfelIrk who his asis Dave Harris He wajarL i Suaday and later wisLveaaf1neofOand sen l snpe4 to thirty days in jail f Caa bellsville NewsJournal e Ei TGetRicl of Darii I ruff JjV Dandruff leau that down near the ve Mae yeahair there is a vast amy flKtle germs or microbes A i1iI never sleeps it wages 1 alM ectionc night andday It ikeetrey 1a ssenriinnentthe hair must kv4 itB ejd r to grow vigorously and ejbWMhuttfy JlAltlSIAN SAGE now sold all 0ver A ntea will destroys these germs and M ie Mme time floonhthehatr roots 11UtenpjtmsiAN SAGE isguaranteedby H1iet1fl Willett to banisWandrufT to i Jallincbaicor iitching scalp or mon I fjbck It is a delightful hair dressng tIn instant favor with Defined i wiJer SoJdlbrdhly SOc alarge bottle fcy Hayd6a 4 Willett and druggists Vecywkcre Gir1 with auburn hair on J Je1r7earton and bottle i T iT Tww 4 4 1 i TIiE r JrtaaIEyOL1 I f 1IfrlcJheartr J the year Inspirit and imagin atotl its oM back to that bleak DtettMbtr might of long ago aM rajofOM and adores at the lowlt viaflftar of Bethlehem Evcrr CsAliolic church in the world will resound with anthems t of joy oi that morn in memory r of the redeemers birth Every Ote baS the gladsome ring of Pac and Good Will which ind echo in the hearts of its nearers1 i a pitpIiItijg at Rev Father Flood will deliver a sermon on b11lichw f meanI Iro i timeing as goes on The choir will be accompanied I by Thornton Waters and Richard Robertson oil violins Hamilton Tapp add Burkie Robertson on q roets Mrs Effie Robertson1D will preside at the organ The music oC the Kyrie If Gloria a yondwritteQpecially for theocas si eyant orhywi1and anus are iromllhe anMIssbFoUoi Du t Marie KYRIE Marie Wheatley Wheatley Miss 9t9tM Nunan Choir iGLORIA Solo Miss Merle Barber Duett Messrs AlMudd L OBryan Quintet Misses M Simm M Barber E Nunan and Mesirs Al Mudd and 1 OBrien fjVioEnSolo CREDOroSolo Mrs1ouiseMudda1Solo HaydonEmmaN OBryan Solo and Duet E Nunan and Mrs f Wheatley Solo L OBranDSolo M Barber Chorus Cbohan IIERTORY Adeste Fidelis Splb Miss Nellie Simms Duet Messrs A Mudd L OBrjan Trio Mrs L Mudd E Nunan and L OBryan SANCTUS SolIeMiss Marie Barber Chorus Chpir bIl DiieC Mrs M Wheatley Miss Nunan ftt Chorus Choir so r dutiri J iA1 Mud BarfMarch Orceestra and Organ t a I Draughons Diploma A diploma from any df Draugh lOrts Practical Business Colleges j Is a chairL of forty ejght Colleges in eighteen BusinessI resets in Business circles what a Harvard or Yale Diploma rei 0t liorlciCollege Nashville Tenn Pat D5du2abWashington D C I CSItSANTA Is Advised By the Youngr Folks Presents Concerning A Dear Old Santa Claus I would like to have a few th thij and my father is a blacksmith I want a doll a doll criage want aset of dishes I want goldl ring I want a pocketbook wan atruuk 1 want a Jittle ianoIr of scissors and a clock I want some oranges I want sorrie raisins I want same apples want some cendy 1 will close frClaus from evplyue foster to dear old Santa claus P Evolyoe Foster Tatham Springs Dec 9 1911J ear Santa Claus I would write to you to ask u If yOu would send me a dol Jar doll with black hair and blue es an1 a doll buggy and some age and nuts Pfease do not forgett to come d see me and do not forget my pJFrMargaret Smith Springfield Ky Dec 121911 Dear anty 11l don carri ge and some pen cils and rwant a stove and a book quad Bv From your little friend Somecandvs Willie Neit iirk earSanta I wanta big doll doll trupk cking chair and nuts andy d a lotof nice thingHl Your little hlendpMarjaonaiNoe nta v- I am a little girl T years o- hdrwant a you tp1rig me a big doll a pair of leggings fruit candy nuts etc Y Friend if Louise Noe DearSanta I want a no doll orangefl cinanasciciI iotoUnice tniugsiYour friend Sarah Noe I t See Llttfe Real Progress Has the race progressed Only we toli dttletedaeI goalIstbat0tBecoijdlce age extinguished the lostI Paadlse selfpreservation Progresrf simply the artificial recreation of the lost Paradise Exchange Circuitous bId you help RetributionI of his personal popularity No replied Farmer CorntosseL ad my suspicions of him for a mi g tthe and wanted to shove him along to where the muckrakers could get a good go at him L AFithful1St rd t t Uncle Ben Wilson statijnr IIIII with great reluctance thatt tti3 city council accepted his resign jtioni as his long service e an I faithful discharge of duty made is presence at theCity Hall 4 one of necessity Heei p blectsand will spend much of his tin eo- with relatives and friends bofth ini Morion and Washington ties No man ever filled an office iLebanon and rendered greater satisfaction than Ben Ft Wilsi i and in his retirement to privt e life he carries with Lira the bjejt wishes of a large number f tends Lebanon Enterprise di Ii CommissionerVSalfe JJ 11JviinLucy Sympson etc Ij By virtue of a judgment and otder of sale of the Washington Circu Court renderedat the October term 191lO in th above styled cause for the suJrof 65OOOwith interest at the rate ofixpl laysIceed to offer for sale at the court shallotitihqpse door in Springfield Ky on1 i NONDAY DECEMBER 25 19tl at 1 oclock p mor thereabout being of County Court Day to the highest I Id der at public auction upon a rredj of jdescribedthereof to produce the sums of me ey so ordered tqbe made as Two certain tracts of land in Wish pf ington County Kentucky on the I an tu coIn Run turnpike and noV in the os sesion of Mrs Lucy Sympson contain ing rthespectively10 12 acres more or less For the pUrcahse price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security sureties must bond be l dllegllaid and having the force and effe ofIj a judgment Bidders will be prep red to comply promptly with these items C F BOSbEY M C W Cnj i Catarrh Doctorvf 1 YOU CAN GET THE BEST ONE IN THE WORLD FOR ONE DOLllAR 1a Go th Haydon Willett todhyR I want a HYOMEI outfit Ti e it home with you pour a few dIHYOMEI pronounce it High 4ne into a little hard rubber inhaler Then breathe pleasant soo ling healing germkiliing HYOMELov r the S raw inflamed germ ridden meml ane bun4a loStuffed aIday for a feWdays and hawkjngi spit ting and forming of mucus in itht nose nd throat will cease IUHYRMEI is guaranteed to ei d caDcolds Adeafnessoutfit 100 subsequent bottles iIfjneed ed Oc at Haydon Willett In drug gists everywhere 4 IDiner Diplomacy UlnorI suppose you are iccua tomea to getting very large tips Walt erYes the patrons here an very generous DinerThen you en i eas Ily overlook the trifling one acom polled to glveyou Pblladelph Evening Telegraph IF 1 11t1 FThRMERS 1 vvo t n LosE LEAF TOBACCO W4RJ3J1OUSI3 J4 k3 rI ivrvk INCORPORATED vr I fJffiotf j1 I Ii PV SPRINGFIELD Kv W f Jf 1vh f4 VJA7fJr 4toriSaJj df Tobacco Daily in any Quantify l To6aco SkIllfullY Handled by Exert TobaccoMen IflEEMIi fir Thaws FKEE lniwaiKc Iii the Fwiwrs Prttectlem N Rejection feesI louse fell LitWed 0MIT B TT igherwhpfor sJiujnqer of Drears has been iin theemploy of the American Tobacco will tie in our employ this season and willl de vote rvies t M d gr4ingfill Atia aiwthsr we haye employedjtr + 8JJohnson of Durham NAG ope of tim finest tth the South and who has bad a inumber of year of fieaee ia kstokseeo business in thia a d other States With tins assdraRce you may expectant will get the heat results that can be lied in to t TWe eAv wiH of a oor about eer1 1911 with the fbilowinf lljtnown firms represent The American TobacoCompaiyH A at 2oteeeoCompwjy J P TayHr A Cempwy K Jr lUyaoWs TobaeCospany C Hfttaup it Company and many more independenttbuye i 1kw fIends sd cstmsrs reir what wi Hv 4aW rffir 5 the tlsacce sitais ml I e fvkd1eIkw t rwd aii 1 aJt s tin Faras ci ftriiir Jpytr it will v Batllr te Ytil qfr B f t 1 Ma13fS I jII t ft Fhe Fttn ezdIJ1li1 I j i PFFffTIVF WftDK KentucKys Attempt ToErr adicata Sheep Disease Receives Priiede ifWashhlltton Iq his annual report Dr A Melvin Chjef of the Bureau Animal Industry sP ea ksisvp Djj y of the attempts on the the Kentucky heep to ITbeer by bureau employees he writes during th3 year tI 12T15t631 an increase of 462 per cent as compared with the previous year The increase in the number of inspections and ppings of sheep is due toscab lea eradication work being taken up in the State otJCentunkyand over half a million sheep were spected The favorable results obtained the tobacco dips without suf pbur in cooperation with ttieI Kentucky Agricultural Experi ment Station have benrontlned bY the reports of practical dip ugs in the field by bureau in ectors Dipping solution cors ning 007 percent of nico ine was used Reports have been received relative to the dipping twenty lots of sheep infected cnmpritnpg35515bend j ingepiFourof the Jots were reported not exposed to reinfection ter dipping eleven were re Rornedpasture and it was not known inIan ecase of rfx lots whejher they wreexposedlr n tThe di3 ease vas reported cured in all cases with no reappearance as termined by inspectionhmath I ter a lapse cf limn varyingvf rom one to six months in different in stances liAs a result of these investi gations the use o tobacco dips ithout sulphur has been per mitted in the official dipping of sheep for sctibies Louisville rims l OF THE CONpOH OF THE j Peoples Deposit Bank Doing business at Main Street town of yStatesiness on the 5th day of December w RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 38405877 S arid other Bonds Stocks and Securities wiuewctualhecks cash items and ex ch for aOverdraftssecured 433075Currentpaid 282418 Real Estate 5000 Furnir etureand6009Other i der any of the aboveheads 00CW total 44082964 LIABILITIES 5000000Surplus 4131535Deipaid 6129025nDeposits on which Interest Isofnot paid 28849045Cashiersnone Certified checks None PDufe12Notes m 55981362 Bills knooo0Othe liabilities not includedt I under any of the above heads 0000 Total 8440829 r QFWli PIabove named Bank rthattJbest tJth Subscribed and sWorn to before me w by J A Bo Iwaro this 15th day of pfe p cMyCHAS M McCHOBD Notary Public CORRECT ATTEST T F MONTGOMERY W L GRAHAM S JANDERSON Directors Sppka From Exfrltnc toFarmerwor1n4lrda icare 4 FahiBer I wad znl l TM fetti tpae of the Minister fitlerI 0aMl tW Jfte Sc UM Bible aajl coeclu t III 1UOs i4d 1 8th kryt k htu ssreiwI11 sw Yt i- IBt Ii twe iY tor tnitttn tI3 tIatriJ Ste4AutFr94aravDanville Thieves broke hila one otthe local garages and stole an auto obile bvlungingf to T J Har slyr It is thought that ploag are hunters got the joywag on and forgot to return it tit- heto present time lio trace can be found ot the missing car No hunting oj tresf passing on olirtfarms allowed Parrot Bros Mrs W RineyI AtSW GGrnndy Warren Nally E WDonnelly JijOiJJPiSimtns Mrs Eliza Mudd S JonnM Russellf OWRussehlS T ffNaliy Commissioners Sale Jo CohnRobert vs Mayes etc Equit3U Br virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court t rendered at the October Term 1911ioI the above styled cause I shall offer for SpringfieldMONDAY DECEMBER 25 1911 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court Day to the high est cre thdidescribed property tow1t or mill ilgntthereofney so ordered to be made A certain tract of land situated in Washington Co Kyvdn theWiliisburg e ckbridge and Chaplin turnpike tad jou corningd J R Keeling and containing 28 acres Fcg the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with Approved security aringlegall paid and htying the force and effect Of RBidderuwillcomelyomptly CF IIOSLEYMCWCC Died Suddenly J i tIt ACUTE INDIGESTIONiTHE CAUSE IHEADING 10 U Dear yaderi if your food does s pott digest properly but stays inysur stein neh causing much misery shortness of Ch breath and fennentaiion you are the one that should hue constantly with u a box of MIONA stomach tablets Two 1itt1eMI ON 11thEkept many a death notice out of Ute papers anykind t 50c box pf MIONA stomach tablet ll make you felUike a newman Tworf eeks treatment will ethe most ab CausedSudGaranteadlt1i dyou for indiges tion dizziness biliousness bad dreams Th Deeyes A box for 6Octit Haydon Willett and druggists everywhereI OMN IN NEwspAr l WRS bit rJoSEdna Ferber Has Trldlt HemS self Tells About Their Life Ot as Reporters The unusual life of the newspaper man has been diverting set forth bjf writer but the experience ST- fC4sobii 1111ubyrtbr of wide ofexperience wlio ha U the background for aer MW novel Dawn OHara Miss frb rl akes Dawn her journalistic aerota ay regardIng her own craftIS Ita woman reporter rte kwrii lntotears water nwinglaboutwJthl cUda 471 I btfaeeface ti Itrmtngat those who read Q alVl 4allg Id Sopularlycreatiuri wi- ages wMar uup and dow t Tiiiiit lM who sadizIi sI 11bloodet Iw Sefpw1Prw4 P1144 Belgium Ispae of th eaTaneet fe t tries jn regalto we ettMst N butItt54day T world In retard to Cf w t M hi duitny BQd li J ttItIedI JahablUata iIt Is itoo e tk j thtoi tfr tI Is jsaklsja Mc b t5a r Mrs IIa tb s dat thi s s r 8R1 firG A rHXFOtie I thS GPart J Nw Ii Huuaton TexDe 14 A highway of fitritiHrbrieki oftr prairie and through 1aeassu a from Seattlel WuhV W MGjlt of Mexico vis the tlre l ii western cMgal1 z tioR bdtJohn Brisbane Walker foav4a r of the Coamopphteji UjfrlH Denver cloi wok get UM highway jU under way ttw State ot Colorzdp JhvhigtptrIab a 10500000 ron the work A stretch of the road 150 aiileJ9 length is beinjficbnstrt Ui aoi th of Denver Mr Walker rcentlymMa trip through that put of Texw to be crossed by tb fflropoart highway It is proposato MKoj ter the highway into iutimttfom ado near Texliae tht c lnJ a straight line south tbrovffh oustdn to the Gaff of Ifixtoo jarria C unty of which Hofcc ton is the voanty seat alrertj has constructed a art of the m wiath17 cliofbouley trd leading froa HI parts of the county to H 8te i aJ1eGull highway movement Mrr W alii r has p epared jnteresU ues which show the relative coat of transportation by raiiad by auto also the cost of raill construction at 50c a tie and tb e ofpermanent vitrified brick bo tauleyardj Mr Walker believes tbehteJ wa PSytipn within ten years M I eport of tteDdlti OF THE Sprifieldat But tt1s i lCountylucky at the dOle of bcuua M en Iii 5thl day of December 1911 J IcJJRESOURCES aha and Diccounta 9 S and other Bonds Due S tocks from andSeearities Esuks u 872t1t1i Actual Cash on hand fchangeOverdraftssecured Vohej Unsecured w 4 111j f Current expenses and taxes paid 1C 2 al Estate 1281178 Fur mture ana Fixtures 30Q s TOJGstJpther Asiets not jnchkted un eranyof the above heads Total 1a LIABltJTIES Stock paJdfe Ja wdi S f0itr- plus Nonej TJaiividH Y 7Dei paId 98l4poilta on which iatttMt Ilis4 IICashterNozet Certjhd clecks JI None Fot1i i L e to BancsHta and bills reditcranted None BII1apy41e 176001XJ TotpJ 17 her iiabiIltinet J1mlclti4 under any otlie abeY heads fi t Total si2eOSL J LetUNTY r d- It REFotrcrIsasm-ed abank do eha1y a as above stateisiat IIIIMmy kmwlede a dMli f f R L TOSTIK dsIW rbyl r ACcNMry- rrectAttilt D OUIOK- JHCCL t rQK J 4 f J- I t slav hcaM L ssrrIMT r4 it k sa ta sIi t trnrII 3 iai Ia tbs Csiisa- M ftiJa i-UrsLWris11 jfn ut st Mi tv liPJ was4 be sas JI- s1 E40 41 M 7 is vely ai- is M t IatttMa Q r OsisiJMdU5l s i sls s WI =asdesYolOd w eU UH a Jaitilli at actioa ts 1oiip J at MIT b lit the utborttU jtstM die AA1S1S hL i4ii ii ki ijik ruJIj 1 1 b nsWs h mMapk j ssiIILpt SItr sitpuUbLItI a t t sal I riattNIRI l- bsiifrfsB 4 y e oeot s r 1r UiaslaIshBoys trsli W- vh assw MboStw cO swltp 01 Is i lIdalsas ll ab ipwVd sad gr iber rwr th Ja wfl bs ilkd w4Ui aiqdMi iSMSSth1IitIi4JIUtI- iat ieusipjuuiof v M to as Ii soattet pOs wiH syisHjijIeji I poe seeaMHi wilt oe eBoo d ImaaE4 pu f rhs1sals4sgis s piSMUYS ui b dkasr ittiM XVNr a 4 IkSiMisMiti pp frn 3 VJ VU TJ1 4HirVK i tRs WS47 tijetais 5as nao wiW saj 11SS5ff + i i i- 4 a t ltt hf7JJ H m u 1Q 1Utt 0f I i Ilvrr rJYdidr x rw i j i Ir r t fri d 7f Warehousefe 1fti Jtc tt i a l tti11 d4 1 f ir jcfu ar r r 7 1 J- i J pIiLi t- ii f e i itr ruiu 1 t v r rl v fJr SP R I N GFI E L D K Y DEC El1BER 2E ili9dtt l c- 0urSales w tQr1J P J 2 J rj rJFl J Jtr openingi sale have been very satisfactory fo OU farm s friends Clean and ColorY tobaccos rangingi from f m19 tp 15s r avera t Wwil i 1haveno more sales atthe PLANTERS 1lOUSE until JANUARY 12 t912 nd we would advise all farmer who have good medtum crops and qclory tobacco g torn ld j twtm- i s until after he holidays We believe the putting on of several new b UI rs by the d Iffelent factorIes will make the market stronger tsr j tl i We Are Here T0 1Ia1e Care f4A11 Tobaooo t 1IY c Ibrought to is byr gradingi and arranging your tobacco for sale to get you fu 11l market prices We will ppreciatei a prtor all ofYourf crop CALL AND SE rU S t Tr I 1i f 1 u ly You rSj v I f iii 3j t t ITelephone 202 r fcjr r 1 TANDY Ql ISENBERRY I1t 1p Mt If NEWHtA O SPRINGFIELD mumD BVKKY THUMAI d simi JOSEPH mm I t JCditqrs and Publishers 11 STEURSDAY DEC21 1911I 0c 4 XDwmpre the Christ mas Holf t iaysartwith us and with them JBMBMi the eeniljoy that only the- t ChriUB season can bring li Ww alikeforl old and vo ngt Jtrom tbf fie tot celebrating V tM fiiit of his Santa Ciaus to the old graybearded man Alt t ird MMKibiac to rejoicej t oyer P ifUen Christma rolls around a Tfce Kiti Metes to come more vf rMia thai formerly its joys aro ailK1h led as ever f The baaaiqf business ceases o rewhatiiadthe world gives r i iJti fo Jo ThelEWSLEAD 4fc force d 8ires to be in the bratloa and for that reason ri wt will iieae no paper neat week t r in order that we may have this Jt week to celebrate the joy which only it Can bring When our next issue comes out the year 1911 will have passed history and we will be look lintfor what 1912 has in store foiji So we take this opportunity 110 you each and nil a Merry Christmas and many more The Bank Statement called for by the Secretary of State and published in this paper by the Peoples Deposit Bank shows this institution is in a strong Prosperouscondition As indicated by its loans 38405877 it is taking care of its patrons goodI Its patrons in return are spow ing their appreciation of the lib eral service by their indiyidual deposits 288j40005 The iBank officials thank the public for their ailerons support and promise they shall have the same Rood service in the future as in the past Mooresvflle Master Chas Boblitt oi Bards town is visiting his grand par 9c h rr- h rl Muctpqd tl SaleS Ie 3d DATS jtFOR ON tjj Laes Cloaks Suits and Ram Coats rtojJ L v AND MENS SUITS and Overcoats S Wa areoyerstocked in these lines and in order to reduce I + j stock wo wislake Special Reduction of Prices We ir f i SofferlnK GENUINE BARGAINS and you should not delayin taking adT ntae of same i jr R I Holiday Specials j I tt T Fine Linenv Pieces i sizey Showyw htlrae Linens Qradestl JQh icesfc things iu Um tellfc tuand Bags Belts Neck wear Kid Gloves ffandketichiefs Mufflers etc FURS in match sets also seperate Muffs and Neck J Pjaces atb cialLo Prices- a Nice stock of Mgnst Neckwear shirts tAi cicollars m 1f ers kid gloves sus 7 J tndsrs si rk is dkerchiefs slippers styliaatsJ and srjoes 7 S i i ot f 1 Winter iSfecessiiiest dfer ltOk see all very 4re l filled at present with the Winfer ft siteeL such a4 Warm Underwear for Men WpiiOT wad iphlldreni ever member of the t f + Blrff JKiit fiitwT terll Ca psand Gloves j 4 jp0isiorll ndigaBketa Lap Robes Horse Covers S hoess iM at boc 6f every deicripton t r 1fW 6t4Piriti 1the teniioQ of the many bar- wet I a taitiwraoir Ask o be shown it will givei IJ OUiR GQODH andQTDlS i LOW J j iNIYtmOOK i COII V ti tkoaui r ents Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith Mr and Mrs Jas QBannon of Jnuisville were the week end guests of the latters grand par ents Mfand Mrs Dock Bishop Mr T J Settle wife and chil dren were guest of relatives at Maud Sunday Miss Cassia Yancey and Mr H C Vand ke were quietly married in Springfield Wednesday evening in the presence of a few friends at the rtfoidence of the officiating minister Rey W A Wolfe The bride a daughter of Mr W B Yancey is aa at tractive young lady and a favor ite with all who kngw her Th sslabilitymade his homein this commun ity The youn couple have great many friends who join iin wishing them a nappy over theJ3eao lifer Miss BeuliUi Tnompson spent the weekend with her parent i at Mackville Miss Ahnia Rhodes and Mr Walter Briggs werequietly main r Louisyllle Thursday tnorning in ihe presence of a few friends We extend ccngratulationa W B Wall wife and children spent Sunday wih Mk and Mrs W H Xancey Mr and Mrs Clarence Van- Dyke were gu sts of Mr and Mrs S B Yeager of Willisburg Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Potts Briggs entertained the following frien son Sunday Mr Walter Briggs andi bride Mr and Mrs Jack She han and son and Mr Poyton Briggs and wif- eCommissioners Sale Geo G Ishani Plffs vs Equity etc Dftsl sween1Drown judgment and order Circuit Cot October term 1911 the above styled cause for the sum of 37960 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 6th day of April 1909 until paid I shall pro weed to offer for sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY DECEMBER 25 at oclock p m or thereabout being Gounty Court Day to the highest bidder at Public auction upon a credit of twelve months the following describedJ property towft A certan tract of land situated iin Washington CoKyon the JeKyr lessl This tract of land hhsa house and other improvements on it Debt and interest to day ofsale 441 52 cost 500Dj itotaJ amo nt o raised 49152 tForthepurcahse price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security1 or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of jsale until paidand having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will bepropar- to comply promptly with these terms CVF BQSLEY M C W cc Juryman To XyZ apertinII Juryman quoting the law giv ink Coflnty Judges the right tto1i release prisunrrs from jail lilrll gtbemQuttwdrf if dtOQb tain all the inormation Qestre- dSurelfth jaw does nt give a jjudge the right to release any and all prisoners from jail by hiring them out There must be a limit somewhere We can ily see the jjustice of hieing eacII prisoner who has been seIIteu to pata tine in oder to payment of same but in such as carry leg concealed insureIIppnst where the law both fine and im prison questfoti the right of a der rile law to make the jtilj sou teuce a line by hiring him out sellingrliquor illegally may say in their verdIct that a wan must pay a jailei although the law pay notprovide a jail sentence us part penalty eI case of coDylciion as for iarrjf lug concealed weapons are we aaasideIethe verdict of twelve men sworn to try the case andtommiite the hSthiring out the prisoner Ifl offender is tried in the Cir cult Court has the county judge the power to thus dispose of 0 cases tried in the higher There may be law for its courtII iis against all reason IIt all prisoners are to be thus released it becomes nut a matter of discretion but a matter of settled public policy Since X Y Z says that par county judge is responsible for thane re leases and since tue judge not deny it although l vveeks has elapsed acorn doesII t the unwelcome conclusion he is responsible But we still at a loss huwlru is to what prisoners he vill hire out and at the same time do his part in protecting the public whose guardian he is without investiga ting the cases that corner before him for such disposition Does ne summon the win sea for and ioni fr doesI tle release from jail dome r rhons J moneyIUeriaipy if t1 vk n lav for this pruce 1u 1It is jeingsadlyi abused and pawls wi iflg off the Statutes If there1 itjcJaw for it then some of our fflcers need punishment for not Pperfprmiug i their duty i j RYtAN iii Monday Decembc 25th we 1 will have on the str et the big lgLshoR sha etc we ever Ihad Just after din er t Ladies cloaks and skirts be sold Dour fail to be oc h d1 for we 1 have some good vatS and are sure to sell them edr Respect fly LAriPB Birds NeWs iteti wiout gas soon Poor Piscataway wn lUllW4 asleep to Improvements RarItan N J Indepondeot fStiPft Candid DoolariUoni near What sort of a UcK t does you Suffragette club fnvorjf Wjny re yplied Mm Torkln till own ed11gh i tip I think most of us wouldprefe f matinee tickets Jij 11Ij i em F I F JRr1 JlrVREI i + 1- II FOR Y fIt I We are sh i this season the largest Iid most ateIine ererdisplayedI I to the beSt t r Lookat These Before Buyingi Your Christmas Presentsi icttr ilr j Room Suits in Oak Mahogany and Circassan Wajnut Suits in Mahogany and Early English IIBed Suits in Oak and Early English Desks in Birds Eyo Maple Mahogany and Oak 8500 to Music Cabinets in Mahogany Jl 700 to 100j Gentlemans Morris Chairs in Mahogany ar1 English Oak 1000 to line of Holiday Rockers in Mahogany Birds Eye IIand Engli hWalnut and Oak 125 to 750 I I Combination Cases Library Chi IFolding PIIae Racks Hall Trees Davenport W i fact everything wantrriLr kiIA tautiful Lin ofJI lidayPictiJr s Come early and make yo 3Ja iDl fa r they aresellsrs If you are iin the mark tfor tht gut line we earnestly solicit an inspection before elseWhel re We buy direct fioni Factor therefore in a make prices as cheap asthe largest dealers in cities Awaiting your c 1Mwe tart LE1HMM I CWBElt i I Ii irO su rF1i tu = 4 RS4KiMWKSKaWNti4L1 41W1S y11a NNM9N Mati aa1K V 1 y T K Smith Pres C P Goode Vice Pres M L SimmLSc cc gad Trts4 Washington PiiuUUIIiyI r 1 Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco 5tCharges 15 cents per hundred weighing eFci2err cent commission vv Free stall room and shedroom forall customersx f ItAll tobaccos carefully sorted and regiaded by expert handlers jr r r If you want a square deal and best possible serVIce bringypur tobacco to lu tl R fLoiYIontgomry J i kig aen Manager Iit It aw yI 4b iwawa aaaaaaaa asai as + stitrawar wasr ++ti HiIIs pro r As I was absent lest week Ill try and be with you this k Mr S G Reddic Saudamlly Saturday rndsrtdayoath o family of Mr Will Snider of Valley Hill spentfromatardac brother Mr Sam Scott Mrs dolly Griffey and two I childron returned home after weeksatay with her father Mr J M Shields who l uo better at this writing Mr E P Dedmau spent Wed ne dalnlghwitb MnTohn Arrn strpntf C- vMesra Walter Hanby ard Howard Keelingapent Saturday ciigh with Mr Clarenca nger at this place Jt Mr JohnShields spent Satur day and Sunday with his brother Mr J M Shields Book Case ii t vl Chiffioniers Beds Kitchen Cabintts r Magazine Racks in you t i LINE v 1 iJ f 11 an 6uykg iiposition to = M l to t is Dear J SSR ft Campbell i ic J 4 OaMatial I ALICtioIIeerI J ibFr f peaalast Tuesday with herfli8terMr d Hanby Messrs DtlLMColviu and John jDvCke ppent Slinday wJith iMri feamuelGoltor W f irr Like Horne v Distracted Author seek1aeei t3ussexitirs xad e wbat ta Xi prfndemonlamf FarjnerV lfiH6h aatLondon htlwe thouf ht tb MUQ4 Light remind you of m paneh 1 T 2 Gf- T Makjni Up Hr WW Do yo utoveaatJawt11r tsadiy after Be A4 reljN t rj bfn1I peled1tIt o ueetherYlaaiit l iftt1 r III aM- QI bill N all tQtWeof r Ti Tir j m GaBURTOR UNDENT DNTIT 1ETH EXTRACTED r ITHCHIT PAINt r tI M ek1M t s ti SPILNQPIILDSKY t D t1 Work Strictly Firitc1a 1R J 9 AWCD i njikiu Mi 1tt J OAe bos8 9amjilil i 1 to 2 pm 449ioss or r Haydons jbrngstoril iiA JitLiiniotiiiIsf MHctta Opera ese I JM 1 R14Mce He 38I eWF C R1Y TtOftNEYAT LAW I r 0 ftipqM sank J WIIINOFIILD KY JC M V D1MW HYATTkOtIe frLc K4 k irO Bc bqurt Hyatt 1080 bb 12 iii 4 to5 pm JOnNY WAVES VEIL llECTDRJ 1 in mmQ mmTLEHONIE DAY 1L NIGHT 74 j v SPMSfELD IT ff DRWf TRUSTY PRACTICALS ENTISTt t tsi IWHcedTer Haydon BarbtrtJ- fT jed i tiSsakl wor at reasonable pricey jl ifork guaranteed t JgPEINGPiELD KY L jin =I t ZUoad SchduleFFollowing is the time schedule h 5MbyrSp effect on tbo Bardstowi had Springfield branch railroad Ki 41 Leaved Louisville ai 30ip m Bardslown Junction ItiM jp m Bftrdstown 6C6 p m r itl arrives at Springfield 655 p m Na 42Leavcs Springfield at 60pk DL ferdstown 645 a m Biknatowa Junctioa 730 a m aitLouisville 8i20 a in 4f 43 Leaves Louisville a no 72Qf am Bardstown Junction 85 am Bardstbwn 1005 a m t jwrr vea atBpringlBeid 1140 p m oJ jpi3i gtbwn Junction 410 pm jo i LoSfif k SfMll Millions of Years Old 4 petrlfed prehritorlc snail embed jaMiifaj ago fcy quarrymen working f Mar Clifs Wales upon atp ttIuldera of stouo which were 1 ocJi3I7 J dlBtinctly interesting to the t jqeIogliti on account of the great age rif the find as situated upon a very jjliw strata it must be millions ot ir1 since the snail livedr1 1PrIsroj Welsh Colonytl tTkr Ii a Welsh a jMtabllsbed 46 years ago thatt Mj developed a fertile region In what 1a waste before It Is Id the Chu r 1pt yatley and among Its enterprises Wniore than 200 miles of irrigating f1m tf ii l TOIYNLocal HHN HNwwHiIHfiWljMM Happenings of Interes Latest I i AHAbsttYiirasITad Friend li tlgf MM l qorti oatsl and hay GetoQfl pricesr B Ti Lake JrsJj IJ at Campbell Bros I For sale 100 hens Mrs E 0 Walker UnJderoodJMES I ROYALTY F loRl Oockrels 75c each Mae Jw WILLETT FOR SALEFjne Bronze gobsbIers and Indian RunnbraksbISSLIDAGRUNDY turkeysiices i OrtJ pington Cockrels and pullets vMastA foil Jine of Purenia feeds jnolasses feed and alfalfa mealz 1 BDLakeCo- oJ FOR BALBOA roller top desk Jn fine condition C O DURHAM fQ1 RETAfterJanuary Cst1912apdw premises Apply tott JOHN W Lewisa WANTED A good blacksmith jatv Kellys shop for the year 4912 v J L LEACHMAN Dont forget the box supper at iWillisburg on Friday night the 2nd inst given bp the Junior cliooI I rovementLeaguea Genuine Cinnel Gjillf not mx but pure cannel lie deliver ed 80ios to the busheLtBDLakeCo j inFORRoyalIwire field feuce at 28c jper rod GW MCINTJRE redericklown Ky MrJKWiI1ssnttohjssjsr fineN turkeys as a Christmas present OJtheill lendj 8Monday thtSCourtffu fnpntswere taken There were contested cases The Rey William Derringer 1Hnd Rev Ed Derringer will re ch at New Hope next Sun ay at 11 oclock a m andat 6 clock pm Everybody invited attend N 118 M B Turkeys Famous Owen Strain My turkeys arp ways the best in the county y Tom came from the rize pen Toms 5 00 Bens 850 Phone jdiMRS1LOSTon Saturday Dee 9th brown muff between Mr Har- sonNa1lys and EredericktownG Pidler please the same to tltinsSUTHERLAND The Street Cleaning Depart t of tni city has beep busy his week cleaning up thestreetsS k Iiff1HY NOTI 8 SIect something handfomeandsomething Yort hS k rihf to select your pj LL 1 ihristmais Presents I I Wutt ivould be nicer than a Piamondor gold leIIt tig pin or watch for present Besides th 4 ItI I tECut aS6IIsa4i1 Silver Novelties of all kinds These i are goJj iwful and worth the money I p 4 ssells Jewelry Store I Freshest and i e Owen return RUTH TOPICS i J The work isyery commendable lab we thInk we will thus avoid- bbingchargedwith having mud six inchesdeep on the streets When you need coal or lumber seetheBIG FOUR Old Kent t GwlnBob and p W K lIMiss Bertha Haydon dtheI misfortune to receive a hard a1lJ last week at tEe Opera House wbilepreparing for the Bazaar She was standing on one of the h seats when it slipped throwing her ito the floor She received severe cuts and bruises t is now progressing right I LOSTOa last Sunday morn ing ou Lebanon Hill Street or WP Booker Pike a black llset pocket book containing about 1 50 and several lletters and post cards addressed to Eli- abeth Logsdon Finder will return to her or leave at this 1PceA Bazaar A Success = The Bazaar for St Dominics hurch at the Opera House last- eelf was a success The con- rihutions by all were very ItbeY l and it wtas well palronizad It was a source of pleasure and amusement to those who attended and was a pronounced success both socially and financially Christmas Tree i There will be a Christmas Treet t tfae Baptist Church tonightt t There will also oe an enterttainment by the Junior members f the Sunday Scbpol afterward there will be a treatto the cbii j dren The public is cordially vited to attend v Lebanon Normal School If you are thinking of taking a Normal Course this Soring be snre to investigate tIe Lebanon ormal School which begins i anuary 8 1912 Thisschoo d the entire State lastyear in June its pupils making 10 of the 0 State Certificates granted by e State Board Rates lowest atisfaetion guaranteed For ll particulars write to J H SANDERS Principal i Lebanon Kyi l fiardinNicholson Marriage license was issued this week to Mr TJibmaa Nichc jclsonj Hardin Both are prominent people of North Washington McLeanNeilson The Topeka Kansas papers contained an accOont of the wed j ing last week in that city of iss Lillian iMcLoan to Mrdeilson a business man of that 12The1 L Headren and is wejl known ere where she lived until about lone year ago GowinrStaton The wedding of Mr Thomas taton and Mis ElsieGown were quietly married at the resi dence of Rev R L Purdon yes tirday The groom a s jn of Mr Juhn Staton is a hustling farmer while his brid who is a daughter bEsome d hood Pope Kitiiberlin Mr Zen Kimberlin a son of Mr Wes Kimberlin qnd Miss yesterdayof the b ides parents by- Re R L Purdon The groom is an industrious young farmer and the bride Is me of the most popular young ladies of btr cDmmUnity StrayeJ Prom CT A Thompsons slaugh terhouse 5 red and spotted boats weighingabout 120 lbs with jsmooth crioft rjgnt tar Any information leading ttheir recovery will be rewarded Gone two weeks tee 0 A THOMPSON VanArsdale Hulse t Miss Harvey VnnArsdale and Mr Edwin G Blewere mar f atfIMrs Jas It No eint e presence of a number of frieridsof the contracting parties The cere many was performed by Rev R IjE Lawson The ride wore a gray traveling suit yithapiQ ture hat to match arfd carried o Q1 andijroses where they will mah i jeir home TIe bride is Idi ghter of ndJthe late 80 yanA ale and font of the young most lad attt tive of an isII itelin i f itel Waters all II Mrs Mary J Waters died iat the home of her daughtert Mrs PSJ Thomas on Dei amber 13 1i1l of infirmities iiii3ident tto 0 old age Mrs Waters was born 12th of November 383 in Bar 8din County Kentucky However 2Countyyears ague About 57 ears ago 0 she was married to IrWat Q Waters To this unio lour chi drefl were born three bf whom 2Pi BtaucheWl1t g woggShe was a gccd cljr stian gher1 g that her virtues weri m fact = though she suught not o para e years them to the public tiar Funeral services we a conduc welted Friday at St Doil inics by lehem Rev P P Hen nessyvhd burial burial was jn St Dominics cetiietety Young Mr A B Young a old and well known citizen of ii e county VIndied on last Sunday r rniug a Bessie 1030 oclock after sevJEtI weeksdau illness of Brights dise se Mr Smith Young united with it e Baptistt 191 church and was baptisin 1879 Dear Funeral services jeie condticNe Butledi the remains were rhie edin the Co- nemetery there ITH ThYTheTlJohnathanin this county May Othjj 1835aad 111Such where he lived most all of his The life He was married wicE his Her rntfe who was a IMJstfFostarrI died many years ago J n 1804 he 11101bamensurV ve him iJrs Rlley Mrs Woford and H and W tJJHus county besides a r mber o grandchildren and gtjat grandffVchildren for L our Durrett k Waters Mrs Fanny Durretl Ked Sun and ay near Pottsvilleaftbr an ill ss of tuberculosis Her hul and diedin Nebra ka about ApriUsl after which be came to Kentucky arriving liiere about nonename was Ward bein t asisterof nil Richard and Ndthanjq Ward an drrv tfSb3 was just t ntVLhtee jf l10 I r SPECIAl CUTAlEtt J Ladies Suits Ladies and Childrens Cloaks aIi S S t Mens Suits and Overcoats Young Men dWys Knee Pants Voung Men and Boys Overcoats t I We mtn what we say will sell the above lines t t giat reduction Jl Musthaveyouwill1 J A a A Full Line of Xmas Goods GRUNDY lIIclNtIR 5P i OOOO OO6 O OOO OoOopoo CX lRemoval Sale lI 8Where s we will on January let 1912 8 move from our present location to the 2 Price building next to the Walton Hotell and desiring to open up in our new quar 4 Qters with an ENTIRE NEW STOCK we 0 Qare offering our stock of millinery at a 0 great sacrifice Now is the time toxfget a t- g hat at your own pri- ceWATHEN SHADER QI Q- Ircncrocc oo af uge and a good Ghris i woman Funeral services re conducted Monday ot Bet by Rev S L Purdon ami was in thd cemetery there In Memoriam r i loving remembrance oft the little lG month oN- gher of Bert and Carrie who died December 12th 1 little Bessie how we miss thee o human heart can guess grieve not dear broken hearted l parents sher thyselves doubly blessed little smiles are not forgotten e eclotofthy voice we still hear cherieped sacred memories n dim our eyes with tears little chair is empty now little clothes laid by joYIiest of loveljrthings afethey earth that soonest pass way AL A Cardof Thanks sin er JithanJ but friends the kind assistance rendered Dear Mother Mrs MaryJ during ner last illness at her death f Her Children t Notice Lorder of the1 fiscal Court taxes must be paldbv Tanu 1st or property be advertis topay same S J Anderson S W C r f a McELHOY II 11I jHADERI 11 t Ill200 I PPOUNDS III D I 6 ApyI 1I- I o SELL AT ONLY r i 1 telhts PER L t tJ POQND iIIi iL 1HYJDAYMORE i111 = i PlFlelUN t J I M1s Iikrte AVafcr ivasrnS TuedayJLooisvillo Mt Jask LeComptewiU leave Friday fur his hotnein Henry county where he sll spendi ihe holidays rnnc1 Mrs JL AUeirwere in Louisville one day this wek Mr and fairs JoiPettus were Louisville Tuesday IioMrs Finley Scruggs of Okla boma City iis visiting her pareuts Mr and Kirsf Charles R ifcEl rovv V Misses Sue Reed and Katie Bumphrey spent a row days in LouisvilIe lat weelt Mrs AVP M rritt spent Sat- urdayiu L pt3vill J MrR HEdetenofBardsiQVn I washer Friday Dudlpy Robortsou has returned home from Louisville wTieye he has bequ attending school Dr R C MctJIiordjof Leban on was here Sunday Mr James Williams of LouirJtyule attended the Van Arsdale Hulse weeding here lisn Satur day v H 1 Mrs R A Noe left TtUasday for Lebanon where she will un dergo an operation M Robert Riney of Indiana polis Irdls hre tl i vo lr if j- iipu W Ui McCl ord wasintb BardstowPi Monday ilelrbyJohn Wig ingtOi of Spencer t tI attended the funeral of Mrsbt Mary J Wateis last week Miss Mitrgaret ledley lleft yesterday for her homean Uwens i boro after spending a few weeks hero She was accompanied by J her sister Mrs ViH Macauey Rev W H Williams is in- lLpuisvitle th IB week l Mrs Kate Williams and Mrs Finley Scruggs attended thet musical at Lebanon Tuesdayg lr Frank Siwms of Bards tdwn is here this veek p Jr Eugene Walstonj cf Oamph jsville iis here this 1II Mr and Mrs T May s andl 1aihter MayJ lleft ter l Irotr Blisses Fanny Mc1Ioyd Dollie Cregor were in Lebanon Monday JbI Mrs W VStjiHardil here- thjsweek it kellyX f 2 John Edwini Kelly ascd 19 p rat the bnn1eoL his mother rJ rs Cecilia Kelly Louisville4 lrntCr 9 inotltajtIuts tf a othplFcation of ois4sSfbis fattier Mr CornoUnsM lly died 4ikw ujonbhs a or i XMfig I t R iIt i i IiWatches Diamonds Cut Gls Silverware Braceletts iI tV+ Toilet and iviamS j j cure betS Iit i I P H t Neverb fQtre have lshown sogreatifI+ fVCixian assortment of IIJ J I JEWELRY 4t 11 W Come in early beforeheiv bltlil a1trhone Pncsii Ito suit everybody J f JASJGRAVF io 4 m HI COME 1 4 i TO SEE Ii JS iNt SA TlA i i atid tell him what you want u i I place is heaquarters for r = i DollsPi nosrumsJ Tools JDISSII I 4 and ever so many other thJHfI It 9 iI IOOMB EAtL f4 it FITZGERALD 1J ERTL- IEN44c viS iWJ i J 5a Tobacco Market jiI TheTobacco Market s clqsedt Ii WiWn1tbei t The recent rains haze adot ull salesman tim houses Tuesday ssale was a heavyone- mi j was not completed that day utcend d iinto Wednesday ra The W1i6hqgtoa Gaupty hous-fJ reports the she of 250DOO dun It ing the weel B B Leacl nan sold b000 pontida at1J 25IR A fho pson sold a smalt crdpat Sir 20 J T Wbeatley sold SOOO h pounds at 12 50 WIll Smith soM a It800 pounds at 12 50 Jim HoV an sold 1000 pounds at 12 501 Ithel ood pricps They Sold 185J JJbs for Stump Sdftfcpn at 9Jc f2240 Jounds1560 Ibs for Mack White ouse at9c 1410 Ibs forohn DehniSttt 8c 1095 lbs at 2c220p Ibfe forJ W Walls at Qcj 2045tt Ibs Carson Hill at i0c 1970 Ibsr for Derringer Wright at I0ct 36lbs tot E Shawniilter at IDlc H5 lbs foJE B Yhtte ospat10c11370lbs1OmfW f Osbourn at lath 11001bij fob Oiiarles Settle t i2lOO0 Jbit for Charlie Vandyke atlljoj 140Ths 101 Chas Marksbufj Alk 10ic920 Ibs for J 1Audersqnt 1lC 15O0JiVfoi a1rL1ek- iamiitgn5tt 1Oc 24501hs for Goodll Farri at 104o 17O lbs f rJiicnwkk ll3Cf 17 1J33 forYtYftn SJIJt ii 1450 iitb for 1 YlI I tic tswib tft W ct j ThQmas 1tlc g7 fJbr ii Ii Armstrong at lie t b f f4 r r rPlantlriTire H0M rp5he sale of 174Q JbI for B M ingly atllc 10 lh fsu 4 Colyinatl2c Lewisat990 117C1bs for Li t tLewsi t Dean onTrainor ntl5 IfjiOtr wciiifat 12 st f t tiptitthd i sold COOQO poi WitIIoutayssl i I atiiW M J J a4 IIMcOl1ti t W ty JiJti j jrf iT 0 i Jtl ulia Pu- 11ththarIieslsip4 i f ths 3 jj f ftmas holdys t r i l l Nj t A 4d- he IIsLt r pe Spriafieid 7 iv ir LiV JMMBft Kafc priq SeRecawiiLLieekc j Mr L Q 1i ds ptut SdsrMkf tiJR McAihIii4tS MJtf viiir s the guess of M a Ht l PrIce tb lksr partb wck I- eityJI 1Jsda1Lth nttvea in 8prtl1 lM W Annie CoKtli lea v nextt tck tQ s end Ikt holt lays ia J svj J i 7 v r Th 7 w 7w 17W iq MyLI vilethj1 O1A b1WL 9wtaJaJMHj Mfr rJ 1R1i f fuak3rjm ft aIsp ps- ss ti wb a usb w s tfce teat ibM sat I 4 T UIkt1btrsdsfIgH Midi JIM alj I II iiria aa4 aiartte tMttlllt were toi a aate twfwtott As 1 lifted myself uprortitae eoN jttofct air Wu lustily aa4 a s Mssd wltj M1kd rapU M e5 about t M4sr TIM flsrc ihbif 4 as a rt aMi hi a gray mlI zid I feel aJana he fIIIItJr w a ast war a wo4s Art there ay 0jj p utbs to travtlt- ea6 r titeM MslirarM Jallilt I toewnrl etrt el their Mte rt9tlM floor aw be bor4md lritJi ao kelp MM er MIT WiMlili s1 ae said J 1 doW lbs aWe t rWe No 4aa ys ape Ia toobM aaps toI MHN Tory Mrry ay boy tot ItIMVt to MNM Oy yow Wt lqf YorywI1avt treats N 14 it weak H Ii Nt0 Wr We awK rM tot aad 7 fFrJf OMM to a peas a alfoHf1 sWwav ftwa aM HHM4 about to ras w I MW Di a the Mft WM I iR oMiTiwsWi I k4 for Ir soot tIM aoct new aa4 store I wilk Ma s sooIy eroppet beard 5 Cw I edM oatriselys4 to rtMt kk M sIb4aaoo CetoMl Moe bfiMit it jnoirtlo to take er- WW art yr a attod iIy taokf 1m the 4hoctl of Os WaraP I laMworo eagerly Wra ot tM tb Ylrslmla lfi chMtiwt ko Ira rtaaJlac ko y sit kk flllft with a yitoM tetoroot pLM 1rie CkarlottMflllot 0 r korot Hot ka41y kvrt my koyr i MiH ead kntkw Coom l but Fd ft MsdaeoddealtgietoutefthuiAId i St Ii If is oea ttaJlfa a wagon- Jitfff Mi ThMMtt two of you carry tMaettfeerevt Take beclotaea and a1eay w rke foUowa fUhoi as up tenderly adkovf lowly oi tJae ceotral w KMT walked HiJie us as- Mr U UM sates opealag- MPntkMt d wm there by tko tire- restti1M th att cw CHAPTER XXIV i i iI ANShtRIdsqbIWwnO4- lt IHM a w8d mdi com without jjot hi Ito ingr typical eta lltUtunv srst4 okattor f Civil War More ir k wes MM wttk which I was not Mi NIT VMMfjMlatod Years of cay I aliry Mi Uay beadag o beyond tke MttNi 3ISI of tIe two great armies Md frowMBUy krovckt 1e Into con JiIiit witt this varies Independent tkr pilar Joroos wmkk cooperating wkk ni eftom rimdtrod moot efficient tenrioo kjr K7lx om the scattered Federal OMIJM aM yUreloc their line- ssssseMIea p Mom risking rfpusat Jm tke eea their policy MM rattor 00 flack down upon some J 1lIst or poorly guarded wagon Mte and retreat with a rapidity ron friac periHilt konlMS It was parti fa a warfare d appealed to many WaiM 4ed to aktde the stricter dls la of rocmlar service These hoc fot rajujen would remdoKTous under pfcosoa loader strike am unex 3pse4s4bsw where weakness had been SMioVsred then IiJlnear as quickly MT thy MMM efteatime scattering yisly n rtM tke call went forth for MM boa assault It was service nt ssMiHir to that performed dur Jlf the JUrolatMiary gtruggle by iiMtsr and Marlon the Carolinas 1aid id d im Uo aggregate many a 4ay to A eomteet of the Confederacy Amiosit ikese wild rough riders be tweet Ute ifs mo leader was more javaraMy known of our army nor SMTO dreaded ky the enemy than x Miy Darlmi to the point of reck iusam yet wary as a fox counting jpuaIa Bankers nothing when iyilghid agalmot tkeadvamtcge of sur prjs tlreV ss In saddle audacious In Moourcd q iclc to plan and equally JMMC to execute he was always o wkore Mat xpeeted and It was tMotrn JaUod to win reward for tkMawko rode at his back POe jMMlBC rsfular risk tIe Confed etato Army m4klac report of his op VfMliae to tko cMamaaderlm hlef hi pMMHar talent aila partitau Isu kiad klm whatwoii was practically au isHstMitmt commwd Knowing him Vaa I i IWM not s rprfsed that hit siM nsw have swept suddenly tIM Hack nIght upom tke very verge ifcetarttte to drive his Irritating Mthic htto the kardearmed Federal vic tory M spty aray wagon the S + 7t1 iasm npea Its camvas r sor kd k em oTertmnMd and fred j St tb Meltat teat to live I Hji to tlM raWors Grevped about = = sMtree sad within thu low tv 1er tae maMermui a picdrtTBtfoa 15qUtttI of fcartmea hardy toughlooking fel lows tke ast of them their clothing an oiaf mixture of uniforms hUE ey sri nian heavily armed and admirably fqalpped for service Some remained j iaoufttee lounging carelessly In their addIs but far the larger numbe- rS on foot their bridlereins wound appearedAlertnew amy composed the party I was i mnable to Judge with accuracy as they eoMtamtiy caaae and went from out the shadows beyond the clrcumfeence firingkadpiaaned had been already accom plished Undoubtedly surprised as they were the small Federal force left to guard this point had been quick ly overwhelmed sad scattered The excitement attendant upon my release lad left me for the time being utterly forgetful as to the pain ot my wounds so that weakness alone held Be to the blanket upon which I had bees left The night was aecldely chilly yet I had scarcely begun to feet Its discomfort when a man strode forward from out of the nearer group ami stood looking down upon me He was a young fellow wearing a gray artillery Jacket with high cavalry boots coming above the knees I no Uced his firmly set Jaw and a pearl handled revolver stuck carelessly In offinltIs this Captain Wayne he asked not unpleasantly I answered by an Inclination of tho bead and he turned at once toward the others Cass bring three men over here and cary this officer to the same wagon you did the others he com jnanded briefly Fix him comfort ably but be in a hurry about It They lifted me in the blanket one holding tightly at either corner and bore me tenderly out into the night Once one of them tripped over pro- Jecting root and the sudden Jar of his stumble shot a spasm of pain through me which caused me to cry out even through my clinched teeth Pardon me lads I panted ashamed of the weakness but It slipped out before I could help itDonft be after a mentionin av ityer honor returned a rich brogue Oupthattolrely If ye had Clency said the man named Cass grimly I reckon as how the Colonel would have drapped you At the foot of a narrow ravine lead Ing forth Into the broader valley we came to a covered army wagon to which four mules had been already attached The canvas was drawn asJdr and I was tilted up and carefully de posited In the Jay that thickly covered the bottom It was so intensely dark within I could see nothing of my Im mediate surroundings but a low moan told me there must boat least one other wounded man present OutsIde I heard the tread of horses Ijoofs and then the lound of TJosbys voice Jake he said drive rapidly but with as much care as possible Take the lower road after you cross the patrolscouple of mlles Then a hand thrust aside the canvas and a face peered in I caught a faint glimmer of stars but could distinguish little else Boyst said the Jeader kindly I wish I might give you better transpor tatlon but this Is the only form of ve hicle we can find I reckon youUl get pretty badly bumped over the road you are going but Im furnishing you all the chdnce to get away In my power We shall guard you as long as youtodriver He reached In leaning down from his saddle to do so drew the blanket somewhat closer about me and was gone I caught the words of a sharp short order and the heavy wagon lurched forward Its wheels bumping over the irregularities in the road each Jolt sending a fresh spasm of pain through my tortured body May the merciful God ever protect me from such a ride again It seemed Interminable while each long mile we traveled brought with It new and greater agony of mind and body The hours that followed were all but endless I knew we had reached the lower valley for the road became more level yet the slightest jolting now was sufficient to render me crazed with pain and I hall lost aU power of restraint My tortured ives throbbed the fever gripped wanderIt I dreamed dreams too terrible forrec ord demons danced on the drifting clouds before me while whirling sav ages chanting In horrid discord stuck my frenzied body full of blazing brands At times I was awake call Ing In vain for water to quench a i thirst which grew maddening then I II lapsed into a semiconsciousness that drove me wild with its delirious fan cles I knew vaguely that the Major had erect bacX through the darkness tS5iAOOD ICtN TIiOIJT ALCG- LI JUsMrtiy it stM bees kfiaitly proven by experiments on animals that alcohol tfkt JM peW of the body end that alcohol paralyzes the white corr I sadreaders them uasblo to take up sod destroy disease gcrarf the JMtket arcr ortebaltof the human race nis4pluinods way nithout alcohol whichls a pure lyccrio ex I s rM4s seek u 1Iorst Queens root Golden Seal root Mandrake and reef has bMi extoMiv Iy soW by dratfists for the pot forty years as Dr Ji GsIdmsMelDeoery ThtrWrftthintf iaflueac offthil extract isliko F tfafm WusaOs4bS k4o 4 k Miwd m eke touc which gives life to the blood vtel Ifs sC ttw W4r bars brikcrja thur increased activity consumes the t ibkwhiek be acaaks tLntcrDr JUY JfcfM the founder of the Invalids Hotel and g1 heilaic IM a physician of largo experience and psitiuss the Jjnt to Make up on of roOts uf a pirticlr of alcohol or narcotic uk wIs rantt or p1ajrre thAt I Write to let ron know of ucifIIeUffconsumpiLIIIHI s 1MeIedJ better bIth than I J sVnh Dr Ftoerf AllIIealinir Salve and e J5ssvy sad antleU ta tot n u 5 Wsia miasat7aer udIine- Dr tbrMi PMMt I1sagsIas liver and bowfeh IF JfWE PAY EXESS ORDERYOUR CLOTHES BY NAILWe Handle None Bu the Best Our stools are so large that you have everyietyle and patwn and aUe and shape from which to 5asl ct abd we make buying BY MAIL Just as easy and I4istaitoryai you can dp it in the store IWehave special things that you can set NOfj HEKE XXJX such as I Levys Special SuIts for Men 1 at and all the Llne of B t S iria SZ arm 6euwI neath my head 1 hehrd him In his deep voice to the driver for to drink but was unaware of any response All became blurred confused r thought it was my mother me The faint gray stole in at last dark face me framed by a heavy gray beard and then merciful came and I rested fas one dead XXV A Lost It was a bright Gay In early spring Birds were sweetly sin Ing In the trees lining the road J gl I must have shown my illness greatly for the few I met as I slowly onward mostly sol- dIers gazed at me as if they mistook me for the ghost of some dead comrade dnd I doubt not my pate face yet beating the deep Imprint of pain with the long bflr It and the ragged uniform the same I wore that fierce daj of battle tendered me an object of wonder All through those llong weary win ter weeks I had been between life and death In an obscure hospital at The moment the door was opened to permit of my passing forth Into the world again sought eagerly to discover the present station of my old comrades in arms yet could learn only that the cavalry brigade with which I had formerly served was In camp near Court House On foot and I set off alone my sole anxIety to be once more with friends and now at the the second day I was already beyond Peters burg and sturdily As the road swerved slightly to the left passing through a grove of hand some trees I came opposite a large house of aspect A group of officers stood in converse beside the gate leading Into the open and as I paused a moment gazing at them and wonder lug whom I had better address for I none of the faces fronting meone among the group turned sud denly and took a hurried step In my direction as though upon an errand of He was a tall slender man wearing a long tray and I no sooner viewed his face than I him as having been one of those officers pres ent In General Lees tent the day was sent out with He glanced at me yet w+th np sign of but before he could pass I accosted Colonel Maitland doubtless me I am seek ing my old command would you kind ly inform me where iJt may be found He stopped at sound of my voice and stared at me In odd but my words had rl ready reached the ears of the btheu and before he had found an answr another voice Poke sternly What Is all this Who are you sir What puts you into that parody of a uniform I turned and looked Into the flush ed face of General Lee It Is no sir I an swered my hat It Is the rightful uniform of my rank greatly as1 regret Its present condi tion Where are you fromr was from St Marys In day before yes terday and am now seeking to rejoinl my he said gravely I have seen your face before To what regi ment were you attached The th Virginia The buzzing of voices about me in stantly ceased and General Lee took a step nearer The th You were a captain Surely this is not Phili Wayne So deeply was his tone so his I scarcely knew what to answer Had I lost my l tb grasped my hand b twO n both his own and his kindly lit up with a rare smile J cannot tell you Tio 1 J at your safe re turn We owe you an apol ogy for this poor but you were reported as killed in action many months ago I doubt not Cole nel Maltland truly believed he looke upon a ghost when you first accoste Ihlra For the moment I was unable to speak so deeply did his words affect me 1 fear Wayne he con tinned gravely yet my hand witHin hU own that I must prim 4 15 I r15tropg Shouting something daylight CHAPTER Regiment sunshiny traveling tramped curiously framing hovering Richmond somewhere moneyless pushing westward suddenly Imposing Confederate driveway recognized moustache recognized dispatches curiously remember IrMantly captains Indignant masquerade instantly removing discharged Hospital Richmond regiment rSurely Cavalry Virginia surprised uncertain Virginia warmly jraco Instantly jircatjy rejoice certainly reception Captalm retaining AND Levjtfs Boys suItIlwHh 2 ofP ts I FURNISHINGS HATS Leading lAND SHOES II cAThIfoG FREE We 1IKY1I bewildering comforting wagonIbenillngover unconsciousness untrimmed bloodstained Appomattox beglnnJngCf despatched Importance recognition wilderment masquerade recognition dreamI1He Capti1xeWyne FROM US SAVE MONEY Special pairs iIsLla weii TheLEYYS u i5aU II Iy Sad news Instantly ihere came me the thought of mwJdowed mother Not from hotie I trust sir ill No with great tendei less your mother I believe remain well yet the words I must speak 4je neverthe Surely This la Not Phllfc Wayne less sad ones and must proye a severe shock to you There is nb th Vlr feinia jl No th Virginia I ec Oed scarce able to comprehend his n anlng no th Virginia I beg you to explain sir surelyand I lookeI about me upon the various uniforms if the serv ice presentthe war h a not ceasedwe have not surrendered t yetI No my boy and th ofd reverently bared his gray cad In sunlight but the th Viiglnla gave Itself to the South that day In the ShenandoahI grown ver white for a young aide sprang hastily forward and passed his arm about me Yet I scarcely realizOd the act n for my whole thought was with t e dead Do you mean they are ullgoneI questioned tremblingly ardly able to grasp the full dread imi ort of such ghastly tidings Surely t neral Lee same among them must ave come back So few be responded oberly his hat retained In his hebd so few that we could only scatter them other commands But yoti have yet fully recovered you notI You must not remain lone r here Major Holmes will jyou kindly conduct Captain Wayne tsa my head quarters and see that he furnished with a uniform suitable fcj his rank For the present he will se re as extra aide upon my personal staIt j I turned away the Majo leading me as If I had been a child walked as a maff stunned by some den unxe pected blow When I flially joined the mess upon the follow ite dayclad now In fit uniform I had egalned noI small measure of selfre ralnt with It came likewise reicwal of the ml itary spirit fay welpc me proved extremely cordial and tj conversa tion of the others present oon placed in my posaetplon whntevc of incident had occurred t ace let di utrdm day of battle In the vJtey 0 attempt was made to ccaceal weakness nor to disguise the fact tjiit we were making a last desperate nd It was evident to aty that not ig now remained but to fold our tta red battler flags with honor v Directly opposite me t the long and nubar scantily fur Jibed mess table vas seated a capti n of infantry Qute foreign In a jiearance a tall slender man wearing a lightcol ored moustache and atee His name as I gathered Irpc the cover satlon was Carlson and I vas con siderably surprised at fixedness with which his eyes we fastened upon me during the earll part of the meal Thinking we mlg have net mypany which wpuld serve to aco nat for his evident interest Inline i ipally I ven tured to ask aspteasant y as pOssi- ble r Captain Carlson do t remind you of some one since you icgard me so intentlyi T1 man Instantly flutled all over nqulryiltstam mered in sudden conf us speaking quite brokenly bot sal It hat come to me dat you vos an Ins ter of wom ensan had refuse to fig t mlt inane I know not It seems nb so I was on my feet Iin an instant yetde lgpaUon f I know not what you fiay mean I said white with anger But I hold you personally accounts je for those words and you shall dli Cover hat I will fight jolt mens Ho pushed his chair jkstlly beCk KU f0na iuriv cxlmapo if4 fMcaa 19 t J 51 Third nd 1MarketS LOUISYI himI stammer an expianauua utn uittA land Interfered What does all this mean Carlson he exclaimed sternly Sit down 1etheretaso strange mis take here + I resumed my chair wondering if they had all gone crazy yef resolved upon taking instant action If some sat- Isfactory explanation wee not at once what do you meanS by addressing such language to CapI fI tVeUt by the excitement about him he could scarcely find English In which to press himself intelligibly it vos dls vay I vould not insult Captain Vane oh no bot Itvos told to me ant vould hat him to know how It all vos It vos two months ago I go mlt de flag of truce Into de Federal lines at Minersvllle You know dat time I vos valtln for answer ven a Yankee rides oop an looks me all ofer like I vos a hog Vel I say plain HRe vot you rant He say I heard der vorI Reb officer come In der lines rides down to see If he vos der hound vot I vanted to horsevlp Vel I say for it made me much mad maybe you like to horsevlp me No he says laughing it vos a damn pup In dcr th Virginia cavalry named Vayne lam after I say Vot has lie done He says He Insult a voman an vould not fight mil me He looked about him anxiously to see If we comprehenled hlsrw ords And what did you ayf Trom a fest dozen The eager Swede voicesII I say I vomap but if he say dat an officer ofr t5dfight mlt him he yes a damned liar II vould have hit him but I vos under dertflag of truce reached out my hand to htm across the table I thank you Captain Carlson I said for both your message and your answer What did this man look likeHe vos a pig vellow mlt a black moustache and gray eyes Do you know him questionedI Maitland His name Is Brennan I answered slowly a major In the Federal serv ice We have already met twice In rough and tumble contests but the next time It will be with steel Gentlemen said Maitland at last gravely this Is evidently a personal rratter with which we have no directt concern Captain Waynes reputation Is not odto be questioned either aa regards ftfs chivalry toward women or his bravery In arms I pledge you his early meeting with this major They drank the toast standing and I read In each face before mo a frank soldierly confidence and comradeship which caused my heart to glow CHAPTERXXV The Scouting Detail This premeditated Insult which Brennan evidently dispatched broad cast in hope that through somo known channel it might reach me oniir roiatlonaniD wltd Tftmen as Well as Mon are ffado Hbeabfi by Kidney and Bladder Trcudlol minddiScouragesigor cheerful ness soon when thekidnersare out ot order or dir CasedKidneytronble has tthatCbornweak kidneys If the child urinates toooften if the urine scald the flesh or if wheu the cliild reaches an age when it should be able to control thl passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet tingdependuponit the cause of the dull culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasnntIthe kidneys and bladder and not tOD habit as most people suppose IWomen as well as men drc mademiser kidney and bladder troqble remedyII I by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a pamphlet telling all t bout SwaniY and disappear tu iiaii = including many oz the urousancisor testl monial letters received from sufferers who found SwamfcRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make anj mistake but remember the name Dr XUmez SwampRoot adtbeadd Kafkaaton Nt Y oeevirbQttle- J Was Upon My Feet In an Instant tne man i nave never teit rant uren wl1ihardsternrevengerul doubt under different circumstances I might Oven have valued him highly iIJ1qdisease had apparently warped his entire nature Yet not even for love could I consent to leave my honor un defended and after those hateful words there could be no rest for me byU1blade All prudence to the winds no opportunity of meeting him should now tobe cast aside The coming day was barely gray in the east when I was awakened bya heavjrj pounding upon the door A amarPlooklng orderly stood without Captain Wayne he asked That is my name What havo you my man Compliments of Colonel MaitlandS chief of staff sir he said handing rpea folded paper j Dear Wayne the private note read Believing you would be glad to have the detail I have Just ar ranged to send you at once upon someI active service Please report at these quarters immediately fully equipped for the field Glad It was the very medicine I twentymlnIhim warmly fore his thoughfulness Not another word Wayne ho sisted It Is not much a mere scout Ingt detail over neutral territory and will prpva dull enough I only hope It may help to divert your mind a trifle Now listenyou are to proceed with twenty mounted morn or the escort west as far as the foothills and are expected to note carefully ttireB things First the condition of Yore age for the sustenance ota wagon train second what forces of Federal troops if any are along the Honey well and third the gathering of all In formation obtainable as to the report ed consolidation of guerillas for pur poses of plunder between the lines If time suffice you might cross over into the valley of the Cowskln and learn the condition of forage there as1 well A guide will accompany your party and you are to avoid contact with the enemy as far as possible Your men carry five days rations You under fullyI I presume I am to start at IYour squad under command of Sergeant Ebers is already waiting out side Are you aft ready sergeant I askeH of the rather heavyweight Ger man who stood fronting me his broad redface as Impassive as though carved fri stone iwe vos captain V SWhere Is the guide Dot Is him mlfder mule altft It jli answered pointing with one huge down the road IVery well we wIll pick him up then as go lj cared so little as to whether or not he accompanied us at all that we had advanced some distance before the thought of him again occurred to me Jfknew the gentry fairly well and ha4 experienced In the past so many evIr dences of their stupidity if not actuaij dlsldyaUjr as to prefer my own knowledge of the country to theirs thought lindeed for several miles MyI not at all with the little party of troopers jogging steadily at my heels nor In truth was It greatly concerned with the fate of the expedition That was but service routine and I redo forward carelessly enough never dreaming that every hour of progress was bearing me toward the most im portant adventure of my Iffe It was the German sergeant who recalled to the responsibilities of command Captain he exclaimed apologet ically riding up to my side and wiping his round gersplring face with great enerpy ye are riding too hard alnjt veT Meta Gott but der horses IIshis words A single sttlf at1I around convinced me ho whs correct t for the mounts were exceedingly soft and already looked nearly played outI lellwoWith a sigh of relief he drew back and as he did so my eyes fell for thoI first time upon the guide As Itllve It was Jed Bungay and when t stared at him In sudden Amazement bo broko into a broad grin f Durn if I didnt legn ter think as how yed gone an clar fergot me Cap Not a bit of ItJed and I rode TIP to him and extended my hand Dut bow came you here Are you the ijulde Sure thing can knot this yere Jdntry like a buk Jaded horsemen from the west at evening to the castle pressed By gum you put Beelzebub an me through a blamed hard jolt of It so fur Beelzebub Yo bet ther mUle1 reckon as how ye aint gore an fanot him hey ye1 Bungay jwliat has become ot Ma tie ftlfed The little mans eyes suddenly with tears Ida I jist dont know cap hQ nnswered wmourniuflyI Dclnary stick o It Ifft 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