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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, January 25, 1912. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1912 new1912012501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, January 25, 1912. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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tfPainful Accident ottfe tict inof a gainful distress ing accident on Wednesday In wDrkifig on hisj new residence he isljret ngion the land rqcent lyikffchasd from Mr H Mujfh on he Gilkey Riio Pikeyta4 p ece of scantling fell striking ip in thefacer bre king his rfo6 and icflideti i is d pIoiablitKvbnt MfiJ Anpleeato is feeling ti Jc motfqj Jq pffo r table to d ajj Bji rdgtpw t j TjhjHfome of Mr Pate flays nearBptlanr was entireiy de troyed By fire whiob stirtocL ia the kitchen on Wednesday af tori noon Nothing was saved of the onte fs offrtbe building Tlie cause of the fire is no knctwn apd wasvell tinder way vien disdoyered far Hayfe and fatnily have the sympathy of a great many frietf sjn thei heavy lps a icl the conVeguent p iva uons and discomforts necessarily Flsalting1 from thfr afe ructiorr of their pome duMng tKiGolem enti w atuer Bardstown S anr dard 4 A aydoa Willett UARANTE5S PARISrAl r SA i FOR Attl Q AtR AND j Ion oftParisiAn SagCw 6TJntyou vto know Ui wn potecuoh for thjere Trc 1 r 0I 1 J rt tAarr fl1 J9t pr i r 1p fe e lPtn r gti J wr w Ieqna i fi u tttrqfit 5n3 pressl 9thK l ife r tq CQ er l1li g e iJ rtf ne C SI t 4a f y 90w rurCvQmentof the or 1Q re tf ber ttfl1 qIPHtY t 1Qr adv BJippr6sSeJ tpwns ciCIejg small detachments wi feft to qcqxipy the same he sodier ihus posted wb theyVuiillil jLII Jawu9Ijet cou t d lCh we t7tn credit o e 4fixetbe shrftiffg of tire meninto other pQin sbeiore pay day was h t sulted jlwborie jng left be indifcA large numlier of such accounts were her9i paid in some instances it v as intended tbey should not be in it foKinalance the writer wbnti to one of the native canteens o a If1poseanjbercoloredfluid The brc vn binned young lady toUi mpI BI many of ray company patr nj 4I her shop and she was ranxi us jfor a greater irade ilbJusIi ha prodjuced Inr day nook and ryj proudly displayed the follow JgI list of names with amounts iffea expected to ccffect George Washington t06oV jtC Thomas Jeffersop 1400 lMartinl Robt E Lte W T Sherman 900 l tetctt As I had made out the rau ter j and pay rols in the join pan I realized at a glance that ota 11count11 men wrote those nimes tOiprc vent a tracer iafease they mi wed to apother past I was thin fnjr It verj vrrpng to defraud a S kbp Iceep r in this mat nero whet the hbtlght aisooccurrfid to me hat we were in a hostile coo try wtih thc nitivts taking ac an tage to the limit even bui iog i1Ve some 6f the soldiers who Kere caught oiit of camp and found unprepared I didnot cjre to help tie sbopk per to ihe discipnitituro of my fr jhds 1a di furthermore I intend as I have intended and don an ray life namely toin rd tnownI buainesH Whtleitbe foregoing tho bts were parsing lthrough myjnind1 the questioner tapping book with her finger called mi from my reverie and asked p thlt names I had glanced at were those of goprf men lfU jd her tliey were hjghjjf 6SP ClBnd welU thought OfjMiu e tates and paced on to camp oae Uting on Jll e rbsornoefotness jf the AmefJejin soldier iJdtiOd out li rthe 1tqo o esc li S tern of getting soroothiug for nothing was in jira tic in all the provinces 6f Lozon v I Ahitollt cv ry ri ltown waxs the sceofi ofr a trarria e a1d ulif jneiV The brfdf pr ctSlq b waslfcd by a band coupsea Q pHrformers johretd iiSfstr b q At J The funeral wa i kfoyTtse ac ctJ a Die Ibv itq h ind Iltyl g t a luJnuJdirg4 pp C Si61J ow rfr s t tcorl1r f aged mnti ly1nfbn ham fr ttetChl X w s t a p s U lIa ks t J lajfd- tt JiQMult Hlen p PQl tcS01 iy1r r9l A H trrim n l OJ i Jn1 ot fer etl- r fr tJ d fJt e ot H l iliis refrain wasrqQl for ihepiiVr- fnonjif frfiffJntl llR Lllfft of tlctbe ukqJlt it Jl1i to brecepti 1 thEt Ij V d1uL a tlttu Q r9ijYJ1tuiiolnt JJ lliJ t W W i8sj tiJ f 4 a qn t fOjt o1Qli W tm nSJ J ci JJr M U p ve r l Ib ri1i y 1 tl t l hn j l r i 0 jf i 1rf i d 1l ri l f fib rirT iJ 1riJj d Itbesrwayiffi telegraph pjbjes AHjvttsover in abput iwo inin tLf anila had pissed through aufearQrciuilkV very j7ttdam ag 1 jn d ri AQ 1d8t geanjf folly erjppTerl wiiti rbeijmi 1f 1itsot v Ved ijfche btst sprinter a JrhfiN pi1 ibD t tl stret WTo ray tfibwjege vb aver aiteiwaf da suflfert4 vfrPmi r1 omatICJJI t c a1t1ln i W yalirinvin his dehunclayion 0 pJtteht medicines v Tim full of inteFesting Jp i detfts flew rapidly by t ana the time for em baling agaiin for the home trip arrived We agaljp boarded one ftt grejif tabipe ships tyjund for ffods country Thread tfvs pu pf Manila we droppedr anchof irf the b aat 1f The women atbis pointcQaffcbe vessels fprpdng an endless chain and passing ithebaskets from the coat barges tp the ship the empties being relurtied in like manner We spita sbort time ashocein the teasel dnir rirlinginJ he carri res Trlere are nohorses the little cabs arer uaaied through the streets at a apldi pace bj barefooted coohea who bl ways presen he occupant of tlje vehicle vith a whip before starting Leaving the long winding andsHakeli te harbor we swept to lhopcean again tp be enter- auied with twenty days of bky pern d The Pacific was as calm d a small fade The ship rude sttadily und gracetullyi o stead j ily infact lbaiit was necessary to1 rpok jvert1ifr s de at times to 4ee iKfcbe great vhite monster twas moving v We reached the Gulden VaLe in reasonable tme and wenftfito cainp 41t the Presidio for tea days previojs tb taking ibe trip f Fort Thomas Ky 5- i We consumed five day bu thee Wain en route to this aiew posjr W carried travel rations mdsj ly canned suff while the bag gage coach ahead frllisdn8 with cotlee andq few extras When welel the coaches at Newport Ky we wereglveui a grand receetioD by l he peqple of CmciifnaCi5i3dvmgton Newport BelleVae and LUylon The even Jtt dlltu tire tt pap rs V reI Specially comp imentary in their writeups concerning 6s Fort Thoraaa is acknowledged the moat beauUful mUjUrypost ra the country jind I e periai ceJ winthe dax on wliich I was discharged atrjfed and ITidp ped attolYpy car for GTmoinuatia distinct ti geof s d ast1n ieav fug this place behind Atwttfo jQ qon ehy a ticket was purchased for od New York and I4oit no time getting there snlj htttl e P n tJYljD1ci st iQ l i e t o for1batwl1 me trQm JPifi ey City tq trMetropohs of ibo Ntftp World tho san 1eeza mttb dvotfbr gaa striking 1iJJrlaer 1 pli 1rUIe u es br t GraduD ovlpge r+ e town d l Bkys rapjcpi t lWftrryf atlasTlied up ana a great ril K was made for the awaiting cars o tls t I f stfolle4 leis rety alo ngihe streets aropptng iia here andl VhurQ MVU ratflb les brought mo t Lt e rJJtJ luvjJi t b11Jl d o roret 8 he Jhdbgl1oC2 3lt rvJCef1i Ult3 o q agpl tJ l did tim J s tt rl n Y 11l1 stood long ide ofrth dgsfc twU qtpU tm q l 8l YJ fa ivr 1jI t I rMii j 1C nd ftId 1 rm t G o rj oJ t t nd 1O rl4 tttr4 jJlD i1tA1t 4 t fiJ1t f trt t Je d J J iS 1 UJ hWtQtb 4 prjiitCri jf J- t J t Jl i ifo t fV Wgt r lj jt ti i7 i AI t OIfJff rfj i iiItM4 1i i tf 1 1tii I r IIw 61 i fjVJ J4 fic 1rfl1et eoun rsj1d i J 1 iSr t t 1FWth Jl o v qrc tnr iIfurn o n iBI1i1JQfJPr J b ttij jG vijlht PRq 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stomach oic despopdency be snre and get MIONA afomacnHabletfl They jare guarari teed Large box 59C ilt Harden Willett tand druggiyta everywhere i Iii trrevertnj youthi On a recert pubncau n da 9Va row pl ep printed out west a boy t some ten or twelve y ars uf age cam j Into be qfflce and jvltb a TecuJIs grin on bit face Itfcjulred r that rf pejJ pointing to the copy gaD d account of theman thai Bar bean mur dered In Deleyan lie war ai 4Iupon remarked wjth a1J alrpf BeTfmj f a tlU1Ce 1Vd1Jhat 1 da 1 t nnt read ab9ut blln Herald J Traveling Near Lko Clad TuerejtiW iptlve towns opt remote y from tlie Lake Chad region oOnteHbrL rlc WJ roarhlt mlln lIf t ril rprth a nicker J40lft hard Xklran t r b JrIUahcxPw r WDI p l1Q tlr fnQl ciJ tcnfl Ucut Al dcrtrfF P tfortulubiliI li o hJCI08m j in a r fn ti outXtKa ol Talna ISudde 1i the urruqde4 a Ji 4PHt yn ava Onera ra rt J1fi aeted tnd hot lloUtcrinnt ond tlje othc s felt Jpn efilm t Iubl Tbo fo t Ifle tos ed btirllncer rlogstq the atlros and 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tIsant1y W WcmreIa 8 How many tikNjJjjjp weHn this happen AL o gM probable candidates tfrvici nafcips have been men Vio e lor the Prasiecc w s tlai of 1roodroN W lon lobe i GaferMf of Jew Jersey ETis j fMpicttl iipjantil a few days ra o tumid bright indeed and I f IIngreended him to blbspepe that the bottom 4 ha jlrefiped out of his boon is i6Ioic a qieUon for doubt I ErtryoM knows thai he was Jar Bly MtdefeUd to Colonel George a oekItJ ior hi btiif Governor of New Jersey bti be killed the hen tbat JWtbeloliem egg when he M the Colonel l that his advp oaey of feiirt Wilson M a presiw l t 4U l MMiiee iras doing him Mjrt fc4rM thmh good Of courseia 1 Mr Har ey could consider this in jo other lightttban as his fi reJ1i pfkHiJ WtLeInin comment- ll be afair saya that Woodq rl rjrow tiM demonstrated that hei 4 rtVbf a schoolmastert stafceftKan ltseeais to us thajthajIJthis is trpe and that be is tat boMJM Mla ntot some l kfe than as President of thttl U ited States Of the candid4 rrtea Mentioned for President w6 WilrJMJai1re 0jolIiIgin his boom but wtd now realize It would be useksk f to do so That bo 13 a Rood and Jwdrthj man we have not tht aliXbteat doubt but think this Y B3ro a jBfatake demonstrates h l V isaotThmsnrorthepIaceb The office of President requires c a nan of erudition combined witt great extcntlye ability The H large iunt of our commercial 1wr intercourse with foreign nations IIs such bat a man cognizant bf the customs of such nations faD mceab1e4o do justice to otrb needs and t0 their needs than otto j who has not such knowledge IA it The petition requires that tlje man who nils 1t should a man i skilled jin dlpiciiicy Butmo t oknto aJljirj liejjnjBfi s pit bscn people and tE iae a van for President who u s E tteraitpdstheinany Jiaiionali is bl I tsoeaihat necessarily comewitii l iIntheprovInco of the President I t Aro undier tanding of the quds tijwu ic bf prime ioSportande tt Wejaeed a man who leads and t k moulds public sentiment and not 4 Qu who follows Henry Wat tarson would make such a candi i date Be is a man whose lea n f ling and rxp rienoe eminent y Iii I biinfo1hei1nce P1is at udy jos f natitWli Usuea und ilb c 01e 6l B rvaUpn of the application ol certalnjsitv principles byr a aonxf his position in lifehsyi Jl givtnto him an understand n pf them posse lied bli4 t iJTnere Is oo poibaI questLi tat has coae tipI OC the war J f1be I1ShDOt studied and ion Vatch hahag pptccommentedj in Jjils adttorial writing Ahbobgi 1 a i JDcBOCtat not pirtistan1 i Democrat11v 1n hethoriRht the Jjp1rtrllht he has aid so fa1 i liJBslj but when he felt that a doctrines they dvocafcd Were unsound bi hasflipt hi to iwexprese himself and limeihiis p iol jarr5tJy verified his prtc1ictipD1 lie iis a an above party prvjuj t 7 Iio Ha a Itan who if elected President woild be Pr idel1tI of AMI hotp419PIr Waiter oTM Mwe ilV an Who W 1 of iap T z tH11 l r t tHttot be tMLfijaoffift iotoittmt the Mritc of every PFtt fjapiioa aed has bee JearieM it JMi advocacy pt ttt wfaen to htd Heteroilned this Mr When jjjyjjjjijowjje i f II THERE IS P absolutely no word to express the efficacy o- fScotts Emulsion in the treatment at of- COUGHS COLDS- BRONCHITISI c CATARRH GRIPPE AND- RHEUMATISM l STi but is aoatiboal and internation at all character as well It would be wide thing for the Democratic part to nominate him and a wise thing for the American pen pl6 to elect him The nationM has confidence in his ability and sincerity acombiDation not of ten met in this day and time He ould make a great can d dtite and a great President anJ WQ g for Him A bill has been introduced in the legislature providing for a tax of one dollar per acre on land to provide a road fund There can be no doubt that if a bill of this character could be assed that it would raise a arge fund but it is entirely un nableaa it would subject he man owning 100 acres orhj to a tax of flOO and the manE had its equivalent in cash Wgyhavanorthis man is goipg to return home after the Legislature adJournsM r not but If he becomesa idate fur reelection on a plat form of that kind t is pretty safe to predict that be will not H return to the Legislature at A man in Louisville recently hut a lady with whom he was- oarding because ofa dispute about bis board bill He admits d he killing in such a bragginge way nato induce Ii ople to be love heiscrazyi This may be tree at but we would suggest tnat the electric chair is the proper asy lum for such lunatics This de tia Americana is getting tofi e a popular dodge to cheat justice Where a man as a result of his misfortune commits what otherwise would have been a crime he ought not to be punM isbedbut where it takes testimony of alienists and ex perts to establish his unsound mind and where he shows unu ual SENSE in establishing that e has NO SENSE he should be treated like any other crimin o g Shown Gpv Wilsons descrip ion of him asIa nice old gen tleman Henry Patterson said Surely as Malaprop obserd yedj the Governor speaks 10O conically Age is relative I am act old enough to go back on a rind and call it a virtue Mr Watterson was asked about the claim that in speaking if the HarveyWilson incident ne violated confidence Who said that he asked I Mr Bruce of Baltimore he was told Ab yes be saH Balti noTe Baltimore that iid the place where they spell civil service Inlsmall capitals take their polld tics in white chokers and their religion in sUIi h ts and swallow tail coats and expect to go tcg Charley Bonaparte When they die I always dia reel sorry 01 altimore11 Special Privilege tflev lyman PoweSi of Northampton baa a bright little ton who Is very much frightened in thunderstorms a tayi Ue Coamopolltan One day a heavy ahower came up when the Ut tie fellow had wandered away from the aouM His father wbowaa watch 41g for saw him come running toward JteiM M the first drops fell He Icdkd terrified and his lips wer I moving What were you Baying aiked hIP t lather waaremldlBg God that I am a BilQlMUrs joE the4 oy replied FiiwFeatnered Vulture ta the South Americas forests IWJfid the jsost beautifully colored aU taMariMt and It iK the trne Uc e tw the black Tulture and turkey- sIr plumage laatauIMe cream with black quills ud tMl- I 111M P1IMnt GtOye Mrs Kate Litsey sUlat Satur day with her daughter Mrs 8 Thompson Miss Elizabeth Bruce of Ptr ryville is visiting her sister Miss Mary Bruce Miss Sue Ed erthiS p several davifL hyitH ndingI Springfield Mr John Nicholls of Perry Ville spent the week end with Drc and Mrs Hopper Mr Hugh Tobin iis very sick the home of A Litseyr IMJ S Yaok y Js in Lpnis villei Mr A L Litsey has returned from be sold aGeorglalvihete Miss Georgia Gregory spent Sunday with Miss Katie Show maker Mr6Geaaon Hulse of Louis jViile is visiting her mother Mrs Sallie Vanarsdale Mr apd Mrs Wood sham were called to the bedside of their aunt Mrs Sue Hatchett Mackville whois very ill wifh pneumonia Mr Ed Litsey spent Friday night with Mr Fi an k Yankey Missv Logan Neal is yisiiing iSIi Jennie Leachman at spring fieldMrs Nellie K Thurman is the guest of Mrs Eliza Mitchell Mrs Sallie Gregory was the- uestof Mrs ILL Litsey VailcrHill Mrs Palmer G6atley and Miss Nell Thuirmon were the guests of Mr Palmer Grundy and family WednesdayMr Grundy is able to oat agekin after being confined to his room with grip Mr Jue Settle spent a few days ast week with bis sister Mrs almer GoatleyS Mr Pete Snehan was bereI Wednesda Mrs Lair of Loulsyille contin tbe guest of her daughter rs TC Tat m Mr Jack Smith spen a few days lust week with his sister Mrs HMudd Mr TA Tatum is improving this writing Ruby ONeal spent last week witU her aunt Mrs Dohahoe Mrs S P Derringer aud cull rea were the guests of her par nts here last week Mrs TO Tatum entertained rook last Mondayevening Mr Goddard Grundy was in Louisville Tnursday Ruby ONealwiilgo to Spring eld Saturday to spend a week with her sister Mrs S P DerI riper Miss Grace Lair and Mrs Pa rake Hardy of Louisville visited r ToC Tatum last week Littlel Clifton rh lQ1athe harming littld daughter of Mr und Mrs T C Tatum entertained quite a number of her little friends last Wednesday in honor f her ninth birthday The day was enjoyauly spent in childish ames and each one en leavint wishing her many more sucb happy birthdays Miss Louise Tatam spent FriI day niglit with Miss l uQYt Neal Mrs Palmer Goatley was intSpringfield Saturday S P and Turner D r in ger of Springfield were in ibis section dne day last week Mr Charley Settle visited relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday SHIS Day of Fate An odd story of a dream of Illomen from Sunderland Durham Erf s land A young shipyard laborar reamed that he would be killed and therefore be did not go to work Inlthe aftsrnoonmorning In the went to bathe In the River Wear and into deep water was drowned before help could rea Jh him The efforts of his companions to save him were unavailing through the swift ness of the current Progreisflure sold in the sense of acquiring a little more1 material comfort Civil ixed man today l no more moral than the lavage no different from man In onlgoIIecond Ice age extinguished the lost Paradise selfpreservation Progress ofthelolttame Old Human Nature From the fresco paintings of worn ea In Cretan palaces of the period about 2000 B a It Is learned that the women of that time pinched In their xWalits had fteuaced or accordion plaitI d skirts worJ aa elaborate coUture ea their Beads shoes with high heelaI ad kat which wight byScome frora Pariskirn hat stop while ese woman solgkt bs described as wearlsg a sup iIatte d r FUN THAT1FilED i Mark Twains Burlesqi e bif Emer son Longfellow ant Holme IT SHOCKED THEIl MORTALS D HowelU Deacriptiof the DJS IWmal Effect of the Hi orists At tempt to Make Game of the Oignifie Literary Trio at the Boa ion Dinner In las memories of Mm k Twalu lu Harpers W D Bowel tells of the dinner in Boston when jiark Twain wlth fatal effect mnde gs ne of Emerson Longfellow and Hollies He believed be bad ft icfT partlcu Jarly fortunate In his nojloa for the- speecb ot that evening5ad h had worked It out In joyous If reliance It was the notion pf ttee troicps tfiree deadbeats visiting I California mlnlnr camp and linposlc themselves opou the Innocent mine as respec Lively flhlph Waldo EmtfKou Henry Wadswbrtb Longfellow and Oliver Wendell Holmes Tbel mot of the conception must prosper r mustt fall according to the mood p the hearer but Clemens felt sure compelling this to sympathy and li looked for ward to an unparalleled lumpu But there were two i rigs that be had pot taken Into accoi lOne wasP lie species of religious jneratlon In which these men were id by those nearest them They we men of exi traprdlnary dignity of t thing call ed presence for wat tof ome clearer- word so that no vie Id well ap preach them in n porst illy light orI trifling spirit do no uppose that anybody more truly vi h ed them or more piously loved the n than Clem ens himself but the Intctt cation of hia fancy carried him bejrtcjihe bounds nt that regard und euibdU cried him to rbi other thing which hejUl not taken into account namely je Imiheusa hnznrd of working Ills my put be fore their fnrrs and expe fug them to tnter Intp the delight of If neither Kmorson mir Loti Mlm nor Hoilmpj had Iweii Micro Ibc utlic might pus lbly tmve ourrlid this iouhtful hUJtD i wax till hapless fulfill ing the abhorred funct in of calling ppoplp to their feet uud jinking 1tbejr speak When ImllI Clemens i Introduced him with 11I cordial ad miration hail for hillli oue of mj iitest coiitHlxitors Ihd dearest friends hAn sjild h sum wits humoI4t wlio notiT lif yoii hanging your hlJld rill bsii Inl inJvid Ills Joke and thrn tbi uni7lnu iiithe bp wlldfriiiK btundcr the HuI nitastro pbe was upon us ln1 te that lifter Jht Mope of tIlE hllrlcllJ madel Itself vlwir liiire was no out qrl including tbevburlcsiiuvr liluisclf bp was not Hmiiten with t jlcsol ng dismay mnDYiOU1IOened from moment to uotiicnt and was broken only ly hit ystericaliRod blood curdling hiiKhltM uf a 81zl whose nnnic slml not be hand d down to Infnniy obudy knew whether to lookiii i tu speaker or iown at hIs plutf c my plate ux flue least utlllction nrj so do not know how Clemens ricpd except when 1 stole n glance a hlm and saw nlm stnndlnp solitary mid his ap palled and appalling list eN with his jfike dead on ha bands From a first glnmeat the great tb whom his JSt bad made Us them was aware of Lorfgfellow sitting in right and re- gardIng tbe kumorlst i Itb an air of pensive puzzlf of Oiglmi s busily writ log on hla menu wilili well feIgned effect of preoccupatiuR md of Emer son holding his elbow dud listening with n sort of Jitrlnti i ilivlun of this tutiprworll it Unit hi c of memory which Kjivnl hint in tji jt later ywiir rum su niMili bother lemons must lave driiKKrd his jokij o the climax std left It tlierf Jititj ntiiuot say Ids from any sense 0 Uiv fuel Of Ainu Inipponed afurwii Iii the table when lie immense tli wholly inno eiit the truly WIJIIiifTrynt was JTered vi tu Ii liui fmiHt re meiuhninco next n leinlier liplng n rsiin of the hoielj liire ienicna nut fliiti Inn o ss In dcspul ird Imrlr iMulley rniis snvlug the IIIHIIIIt rk Voure a funny fellow It was WII as any lung could have sil iuii Clement vrnd unllhll tIlUIilhi irlhute xtiiycd the ntyhi ll hli him and he nest nioriiln pit r hazard breakfast we uiruittjjiit mill in hrlrnhrac 1rfor Ith a sUI- ts faraway from brl ibru Ui OVH the soul of was Tie viail 0 lilt by an early irnln hiuF lte no time In writing buck to 44thuris illvSno personalities wlilih hei flail so tarlly seemed to luU11 kIiyuu wrote biteS to blm ninklntr as light for him as they could Ue ieard that Emerson was a good tlMI mystllled and in bU sublime forg Ifulness asked Who was this gentler n who appear ed to think lit bJ olfml him sutnj Bort of snuoyaine rut am tot BUrl that this Is nec rate What im sure of Is that If ngfcllow a few days after In my strJj plopped before a photograph of Cia ijens and saId Ab ho Is a wag atj j nothing more Holmes tod me wlti deep emotion uch iij n brother hunjtrlst might well feel that be lund not it anlnstant In replylitt to Clemens litter and assur Ing lui that there lIn not been the least offense and M1tl lug hint never to think of the matter galii He sail that he was n foolijb i he was God fool Holmcaquotei from the letter wIth n trueypbse of fbi pathos and huainr of Its self aba numtIHuman tneor Two men weitt In urt today eacn making a directly pposlte charge against his wife What were tbeyT One wanted n 1IC because btJI wife was so cold to li n und tlelother because his wife mdl it too hot fa- thlthBaltimora Am efcnn Usual 14nts Landlord of PaJacle hotel Yapbank There alut a vacan store to be had in this here huir town1 If gosh Stranger Great Sea And lire they ell doing business 1s1tbowsMan Is a Selfish rote snld Uic MQffragette iiIJIiWhy soT demuedonoo hIP hearers Well replied the atore s doeast- e always grab the ream on top of tte milk bottle for bself rDetro tree FTQAS p r j tT K Smith Press C Ps code Vice Pies M L Simms Sec ad Trea Washington County Tobacco CCo tj fl kM Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco v tiJiJ 1fir 11f Ii All1 tobaccos carefully sorted and regi adedsiy expert handlers Jpjp t ybuwant a square deal and best possible servicei bringyour ut 4 f i IIRf LIontgomery y j IS M pbct f1i If k i Gen a4t f + I tManager f v Auctioneeitl ii It i t4bwJit4eiI rt j FORTHECHI1DRENi ITh five Senses Game rWben your friends come to see you plan the same Of senses As bear- lag is the first innicil of the senses test their bearing Urst IGle each guest a slip of f1lKfnud a pencil and ask plm to write down the sounds be hoars Arrange to have some one outside to blow a born rattle two sticks together sound n piano violin pound u tin dun etc This will cause niucb fun To test their seeing put let small articles on the table while the guests shut their eyes Then with open eyes tbey are to take ono sbort look null from memory write down tbe things they saw For tasting they must with closed eyes taste apple breffd butter suKar salt and clnnauipu notbtog unpleas ant and write down tbe vurloua foods Test In the sauna way their smell Ing qualities placing tar an Instant under thzlr noses1 flowers perfumes bags with spices green vegetables etc The sfiise ortoutll can be made jwltbj J eyes must be kept stut until the test nre put out of slgbt i The one who has the moist correct answers should reiriye n prize Things to Forget Forget the faults of other people Forget your enemle Mini it jeuibevk vour friends Forget all gajslp us soon as yet hear it Forget donbtfjand fears and reiEoiu ber hopes and faiths rejriForget the pm prltksr slights trIvIal offenses liirldem to all life 1101t Forget totJo aiivMiiit IIli Injury lout reniiMiilMT to till rv ry oiif a kindmss Irget thue evil junipti of history I1UJ reinemlnr the good ones whO made the ivcrjul Ir r bilAI Korgil nil liltrprniss cynicism antliropr anti remeuilicr kindness pbUnnthi ipy and belpfulness n Forget wbatfverc tini Itmntvoss you 11ber11 i IpaJuhsave In so far as to 4 void perils and IIsbloeForget blasphenioiis and vulgar words and remember tjln clean nnd splendid words of our noble Knglisn Unguuge Freaks Among Goldfishes That monstrosities mona it rtnru kiwis of fishes uwy be prodtiird by rloiontly shaking rttjtitly furl ilizud ova Is well known uniting tlsti IIIUlrI lets In n paper publlslifdj in thi pro ceeilingH ot the Afadituy ot Natural Scftnufs Professor Hydor Imldw the belief that It Is In this mnniur IhlftI the orientals jpetompllsb the lindtn tlon ot double inllod forms or fishes They would thus go1 some toutpleto double nuldsterH some with two lends and a slngre and some wUi dJuble tolls Those having double tails only would be likely to survive nod these being selected sinil briHI would In all probability have the tendency to produce this freak and by Judicious selection It Is quite possible Unit the variation would becduie fieldt l OnvefJ by His Dog k Many years ngo u Thames wlltcmanIIwas sleeping in his boat uiersinljiiYILIn Just us the title was turning arid the wiucr ln gan to ubi the boat broke from Its iiiu rlipOiiitl drifted away It wits rarrlcd otsilently by the tide that till titan riot roiistd but slept on wuih the bout was caught uudci tin hllII a barpe and began to ml with water Hutt fgr tunately tile nitiii had his dug wltli Him in the boat and tim faithful italian 4tiy the danger wbUb threatened Its sleeping master It begun to tug IIfI the collar of tils coat and gi ntl siratcbed his face By these moans It succeeded iuiwnkbjg Him atfil ttutJ man wits able to save the boat and isi cape from drowning Fair Play Is ar Jewel A sailor frqiu a UKlnof varWai standing onndiiy In Ipmliroke dork yard Wnlhl Jionuiu druggIng a rossfHt sawtlir iHgli nu oak log The idv vjasKnithprt lImit tin wood wits tough and Ihtfl tliiV Cnl opposite 0111I PtlHi pushing and ptilllng nwity looked on tblukliig OPItlw nnilter1 BWbflo At IWpili titf iwyli Hr HU alud that tlie nicn wir pulling to see who could got tin1 feiw tin one omn was little jindjU other n bigq strong fell6wvtHik dwfdrd to sop fair play He thpnginVtbe blgTrieal on the ear pullpd tin saw out w tin log and gavtuli to tile little one say lug Now run my boy for fear the big fellow may run after you and take It away from you i iJ A f =WJ11 11 4 WE PAY EXPRESS ORDER YOUR CLOTHES k i US AND T BfVNA LFROM MONEY H7 We Handle None But the Best onrBtocks andtwe are large that you Save every style and pattern and swand chap from wht tit thetareiaa Bevys Special t mm Levys Special Boys Jb 4 Suits for Men I J Suits with 2 flairs 5 4at 47 Tr of Pants 0 t I and all the Loading Xines of FURNISHINGS HATS AND SHOESf CA I 4 G JL W Issue awseendtre8onreauest WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE Mention this paper mid write us fully for anything ypu want in pir Una and youll sot prutend aattafa tory answer And If auythig you buy hero Js not oxaotly what you want It ay returned and your TffONKJT will be immediately BEETTNDEI Members ijlttailf Ucitb ants Assocmtion Railroad Fares RefuW it CotulTmts Established 50 Years Ago fhe Largest IH Its LJe JAnORnght aM Spot Imet t at 1r LOUWLLL 1 I An tngiisn tiectiop Utiiimrks tlu London CbrorTlcIe Tttt worst lit oifctlon expenses i tbat he artlWate never IxJ sufI what iiti nf r gli a ifle he Is buying Tlr parliament may iun Us full thrum or l41Ut tt an pud after a few Hiu rlte ISvcn II It lasts tile game niy lv dfidcaiy Iwt worth the cap iir Mfunlstuart Grant Duff gthts- rIZttJtt itt1 iufWeut of the wearl VisH strag It v r the coercion bill in lijSl AVbeii things were nt their Jlt and deadliest Stuart Reridel lnaa u man n lie rolled oft his sent tt xtnMnlty of weariness s- aIU InttIL1tl rihat Isbould have paid for thust liar Proof MJi st think of It One person III vorv tlilrtyeovon In England Is erSViby John she returned it Isnt I met more than ihlrtjscven pep In London last summer myself md there vVusnt n pauper In the lott Lordbn TitBits Was Right Irilltold mo wquldbave to quit eating so mucli west I ld you laagliblni to scornS did at liter But when he sent iti bill found ba was rliihtAVaflbj = r rArt StopS Ln ness = Sloans Liniment is a relia ble remedy lor any kind of horse lameness Will kill the growth of j virt curb or splint- absorb c cments Juchis excellent fr crvecr fistuja j and thrush ProofHeros I used Stoaai Luinent a tnal lofLIb a cund hri I tihayefur tDJb SlolnS Ltshltti bciiiha- vertmovi4wgr r I bcc1we 1ciMM a = with It 14e oWed a qttira care wawfu led bala 34ececkc Itse- eIr I hav M led law oa a mare that eI1rJjAST- HUCY l liir Oakland faRoute No t SLOAffSLINIMENT is good for all farm stockIt t lIy itS had bog cholera before got yuf w- aahtied to try 1 hue uud It for three ant myJio pare almost One hog died before gut tm but have notlli any J J McCAKTII ldavwe liii So1byallrDca1erhPriceI60CS100 4ie t t I Ploans Book on Hones Cattle Hogs and Poultry sent free Address Dr EarlS Sloan Bcitor Mac 2S The FamousRtfOLamp frJiiThe testt part of the day is the evening t when the whole rfar k + 11galhered together around the lamp j iThe td days of the imoky p cetad flickering c n Bc Mejjoae lner lilWr phace have come the convenient oil tore nd the indispensable B yo Lamp There ie to day uvhe United Sutei lone more thin 3000000 at tUtti K9T lamp gil1idt irr car white to mote than 3000000 homes f Other imps cost more but you cannot teta better light than the low p cail Kytc gives it hat become to popular we may ajmott call it the offlcwl lmf Wml American famUjr 4 J Ii The Ra joi made of wCd brau wflhtin wme nickel fuan ornament ixjrunMti t Aikvturdcletfora Riyo onrt fordtcriltiT tUECStandard DU Company Ih 1 SllncorsorattJ i i= J fJf epy Business itlanJI tfi I Recoginizes the importance of conducting all business detailefiJj telephone both local and long distance Itia econbmyin saviae time and money Unexcelled telephone service can be had over thi Ilines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph CoiupMyi iJtts distance connections toalloimportant points inthe UnitedStases J i KiteH reasonable service the best CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE iTELEpRAPH COMPANY Incorporated t = Lie Stock Jucging Contests Utestcte judging bj 3tudeati and farm o iwilie wttnesse vat fe ntuoty State J3iir of 1910 0ne tb ccrMla s open to all boys cf tb Aau Comhils3ioncr Agriculture O na11n04rs to the farmer boy j floG to be until rs scholarship in the l1t1lcJlturnt d partlnent of the stt nniversity for jlidt best written judg moiit cn hordes cattlo swine and sheet exfiiUUs Atuttbtj t of prizes i 5trftatrni SW will be gfTorod to the students ot trie state university The sum is divided Intctlvo premiums ThEM sealJ8 ttreliiUuided to tlDCOUr age the youth of Kentucky in the scl cn ecr Ive s k jjufijlngr For caog4ze eutry biatikior any tbt1rntman earor 53 e iaul Jfone t alld intiIJOu s Kj WiIsfllTatt1nd Tutting iuilJihjIt ntiiei eushedt- tlook tttilttJtIIIlIlmStt Impossible liuretliftlIfttriitit heir rAiJur ii shnne 4iik Ill pVwts In gasoline and whll wptTln tibpiifwjh cocnstavb Wrap tliVnt lu clejin towel and ipinn thtfui fur wvlni hours Rent tbe towel lightly lift out th r jiiye slmii it fnt ut xtnrrli 1ress tbe pltots ilitu fliiine ami troll lightly on Hie wrung Klds i j Dr Bells PIneTarHon y For Coughs and C Wfl t Awkward Tbls Is how Vsalvation wwas bl f brought aljptiL captain a the 10Army noted for his enitfitloB nmt enthusiasm saM If you look ii fbi hens they never so much as Uilrt a drink of water without r JsI8t tkffc bills la token Zgraulude Oh that in Iwere eli hens To which there an unonlmoudr response of Araai l IcProof of it jiAnd do you realty ilblMc tIM 41 much danger can liq In11 tcM ast4is papers say doctor Oqrtalnljr JO lpf my friends bad a terlbepeo fence Aa fte resuU pi alii fihf be marrlectJouijiulAmuset t v 1 f THE WORLD ILMAhA Clt 2912 IcIitMn ttU compict iolnast stoat t Jtlag fnforaufloa a f INUJ ta fuj Mctwtlt lutflfil at 1 jpe4aIs4fou of CooncM flr i 3JlUdrtto uti rtclrofitt i4 martta aoja it ftIcolt ot Ude ttJl ao44fujtj ItIItint trrr 3cl ft shoes sad tiuuoTstiqa rfloilt win lo5aotaI4iurTnisnla other tillpowth rc rbVQ SUU 1oraiog it 1iotpalltltt Coorwtlonil rcovt nf9t Vi q enmoey wlbd wallet lo4onTesss aaiebcah io5lpr fci ti trittCOlIIlHref Js caUoai a1 aid aitlea ii ItiS ftiocieUosdruit sal s4of19eee t mffvbaci 11nft tscaj Itbowtfror luutura woIeI1hdut hi tbonld vltjiout t ttloUIae nSJtoluui tMsi fI M Sic lwt iiAhThila1 T 1 i Wi p f DIG T BURTON 4D1NT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED iITHOUTcPAIN ymsrHafaa Hock up stairs iPRINGFlELD KY J tMrtml Work Strictly First lass i J C iJlUtI T n ud surgeon Qfflic h rs8toOam8 l02pm OfM over Blay dons Drugstor JItam toJIMiJ i tfffce Iin fpeii Itaise tb OfttcvPlMBcMe 8 Residence No 38 W FGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW f OIIM over Peoples Hank 1 BPRINOPIELP KY 1 MW HYATT Once over Red Cross Drue Store Office hours Hyatt10 to 12 mj 4 to 5 pm JON Y MAlES lUIEaAt uiiifCTOBj AID UCEfeED EMBAIMER TELEPHONE i DAY19NIQKT74i VSPMSFIELD KY DR W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DfeNfTIST CUfCMIlce over Haydori Barberi len 1 work reaspnable prices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KX 4 Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect pn tin Bardstown uAnd SpringfieTd branch railroad hI Mo 4f fLeave Louisville at 430 p m Bardstown Junction 522 p Ipj Bardstown 6C6 p i- narrivest Springfield 655 p m rt No 42 Leaves Springfield al j S 1Bardstown 1 arivea att LouiaviUe 820 a in No aLeaves Louisville ar 720 am Bardstown Junctiq 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m arrives Springfield 1140 pm No 44 Leaves Springfield aI100 p m Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Junction 410 p mr p arrives at Louis ille545 p b j Mule Stampeded It was lathe battle of Stone River a raw Foosler recruit In one 01I OroMV regiments got very much In ji tet xted lu the fight ttwas the first Urge he smelled fire Ho bad beenc 4long enougti In the anqy to Its lang and he used it zealously The fellow fought like a tiger He loaded L In a good deal less than nine times and fred whenever be could see a kead His whole soul was in it en Unto he leveled and fired he shout 4 MHeres your mule snap bag heres your mule At about the twentieth round a confederate sharp ihooter struck him In the left arm He looked at the wound with amaze sent and with a sort of spasm ejaculate ther eSijoi me then laying down his musket carefully and stripping off his accoutrements be alsc laitj them down deliberafely and rat lo the rear with frantic energy It wat evident that bees your mule had ttaapeded The officer who described the affair said It was the most lu 4tei us incident he badner wit meMed on a battlefield Roser laughed at it until the tears toilet ion his cheeks it Meat and Cancer In view of tho fact that meat and especially fresh meat is comparative Iy very cheap In Australia and In consequence Its us probably verV much Bole general ban in any other cpun trtmIlY be interesting on accouni of meat being frequently associated With cancer to note the Incldenre of this disease In 1908 the total number of doathjs reported In tee Commonwealth was 46426 Of this number 2921 or per cent were due to cancer li the population Is estimated at 4500003 3t4 incidence would be one death per aBfiuBi In every l 400f the popula uThll rate la very much lower taH that of the United States pre t Brttalal er Germany Medical Rccori II Perk favorite Chinese Food Tk CaiiMHe eat little br no beef nteflnBumeU In the empire cM fy 1k fiOf foreigners Bit r ttitMtlTef are exceedingly fond b IMrfcta M e vast quantifies Jj i t Wjrj to the aative article a frill iat 11Mthut Chinese pork mijtil Ma pftee far lower than ib MN ewt of production Jn this coon trtc jrt ricaa pork could not cc ta jtt with that ot China even if thtf were po quton of transportation 4r SW aOiK 1Si SiSiira HSaWW mnniOOOO ilWOO iii II T it Local Happenings or Interes II LatestiI fitff I AIIAbout AcquaflitancesI Yourself Friends 1OPIC I 88I Fl J fresh meats call Brq I IFor nI Corn oats and hay Get p ices B ft Lake tourl Cairphooe 1862 for all kinds of freSh meat For saleI 100 liens Mrs E 0 Walkr FOR S2raOne visible tinI drwood typewritergood new l i JAM S L ROYALTY lFOR SALErSQO squares of I Ajsphalt Ready Roofing CLPrici3 FOR VSAJJE Black Minorca Oackrels 75c each l JMR J w WlLLETT FOR SALE Fine Bronze gob b ers and Indian Runner drakes Miss LIDA GRUNDY When ihC town drop in andklook over 5c and lOc counterfMcElroy Shader See our 5s and lOc conntr IhS exceptional values will sur prise and please you- McElroy Shade A full line of Purenia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal BDLakeCoth FOR RENTAfter January t191nicej jiouse yard and premises Apply toLJQHN W LEWISis FOR SALE15 first class bred C sbwb dui to fatten the last ofrr Februaoy or first of Marchd GODDARtGRUN- DYS b K i nted to farm sell or trade for other stock lBlHck Jack 15 bands iJFresh supply lOc candeis just eceived in which we have sOme sptcials to offer vou this month McElrpy Shader ed Genuine Cannel Coal not orx d but pure cannel 17c deliver d SOlos to the bushelpB D Lake Co The Ladiesof the Maud Chris ian Church will serve a dinner jn Springfield at ihe Walnut w treet Theatre County Court tibayJust received a new lot of 5c ind lOc goods You will find most antbiqg you want on the 2ounler r McElroy Shader IDJ Wr T Barnette formerly of f Mackville Ky will locate inc g Springfield about Feb 1st and will have an office over Leo Bay of pirpIbrown mpff between Mr Har jrlson Navys and Predericktown inder please return thesame to tiis office RUTH SUTHERLAND Foi SALE One brand new Toledo Counter Scales will sellt at a batguin lQ BARBER PETTNS FOR SALE4 Baled Orchard Grass hay aIB W CLEMENTSt The Ladies of the Mackville Church wilt serve dinner county court Day in May LOSTOte half or front yard gate missing since Hdlloweep night Anyone kilo nig aboutt same will kindly see or caUCTOM OBRYAtw When you need coal or lumber seetheBIG FOUROidKeitr fGvin Bob and Peg Wj Kj MARKS SONS FOR SALE First class Timothy Hay and baled straw aOB DOLEM1NTSe l Sister Mary Stauislaus died at St Catherines last week and was buried Ju the cemetery Sunday- Her family nime was Davis and she was about 75 yearsf aJg and Had spent the greater fjart of her fife at St Catharines LO jI13etween Mclntire and Go Li Clement one pocket n book containing paper money tone watch key and two collar buttons Fiuder will please leave dome at this office cr return to ileo rl Thompson S ringbeld ooM Thel Ladles of the Christisn Church will serve dinner oi ai Couijtyt Court bav in September 1Mr 0 F a6 sll has purchasedI1of of Mr Mike Simms in the firm which is handling theJ tobaco at the Washington Coun ty Warehouse this year Mr Boslev is a man of some expert ence in the tobacco business and i Fterjalyin ttht Found Dead Uncle Levi Barber an aged and highly regarded colored man was found dead at his home between Mackville and Texas The old man was found sitting in front of a heating of stove frozen stiff vthe fire had Roneout when he was foqiid f and his unknown as to whether 1fdnd t nown tl in that community and ollowed the trade of broom maker for many years First National Officers At a meeting of the stockbo draof the First National Bank the old board of directors were ected for another year and e same force of officers of the banK were circled for another yeah The Officers are B L in Flltsetvicepresident A C McEl of roy cashier L B Cainand A McElroy assistant cashiers he directors areF M Grun 0dyf tJblbokewIcottfFall On Icy StreetM Whilelrelujjning home from his iM store during the sleety weather last week Mr G D Duncan had icjstreet by somewhat unconscious by the fall and was found in a dazed condition some time after by a who took him to his home where medical aid was summoned and his injuries were treated His shoulder and arm ere found to be badly strained which wilt disable him for some me However heis progressM ing well at present and jis on j the road to recovery t at Pupils aminationshi There will beau examination f pupils completing the eighth inradeleoursethis week at the County Su- erintendentsofiice his soassingAil pupils iven a diploma from the State1 office Frankfort Ic This diploma will admit the holder to the prvilege of the In hiirh school of thppnnnhv and Inl free tuition This will be the last examinaw lion of the kind to be held until the second Friday and the fol wing Saturday in May The County Board is desirous that all pupils who have completed K LIIH common school course vail themselves of this oppor unityf1 tTobacco Quisenberry of the Punters House reports several verv fine sales Tuesdays sale was par ticularly good especially on all- oo1y and fine grades Market continue high on all colory ti- jbacco I IIIrepohsall colory kinds The following may be ioted as amongsome ofII the good sales of ttle Iastw Ben F Simms an average of 14 3 onlcoul Mudd 14 Ben Mcllvpy 13Jii ShewmaUer Hines 14aThe Spriggtield House reports the salt of 150000 lot the week The best sales were McElroy l cHagpel hundred WaT McNabb 5935 lbsatS15J5 Moran flar desty 3945 atSlSoO H G Sbew maker 2755 lbs at 1350 Nally Young2520at 1450 Budins Russ 5855 lbs at15 Muore Weekly 1475 Ibs at S12 50 JtL Moran 1450 Ibs at 12 25 S D and J C Mudd 1445 at 1525 t Rue Oarrio 620 Ibs at 1620 I BuckmanWheatley 7he banns of matrimc iy wet e publisqed for the ti st time at 3 St Dominics Sunday Between Joseph Robert Wheat y and Miss Cora uckman libth fire I well know pe ple of the bounty r1 Mollie Ryan ij LnewsOn Friday 19 ih ista se was received over long istanc phjieof the death In 03 lahoma City of Mrs Mollie R tn wifa John Ryan formerl of thisI place haying been birn and reared in thi county iiihe was educatedat Anchorage y andIj was a Christian woman I ved all who knew her She rtas born in 1871 Her parents w j re Isaac and Elizabeth Jaues he was married to John F Ry i Octo ber4 1693 Aboutele h years I ago consumption began 3 devel op and it was decided to go to the South where they hjve continued to live Durlngj thelllust year her health began t4 fall and Friday am the spir left its tenement clay arid en red the Rest that remains for tt people God She leayes a devoted nd five loving iuldren four bot s and one g rljer par ents and three brothers She was a faithful mjinber of he Presbyterian Chu ch andE he kindly attentions oberlel low church membei a test the esteem in which shyisheld She has lust gone 6 r nd will be waiting arifffwatt ifigfor- th j rest of us to w jj ome us home Hays Mrs M K Hays di ciat the home of her son Mr A ch Bays Louisville last wet r Mrs a ays was before her mi jriage a Miss Mayes being lhq daughter the late Archie Ma is She t was 82 years of age alwas for many years of her life reidente this county She as threea mes married her first husband as a Mr Grundy w 0 died a short time after their Carriage She was afterwards n rried to r Wm Johnson a ato this union were born two Children r Scott Johnson tnd Mrs AliceHurt After th death of her second husband the was married to Mr J Ways and this marriage sh had the following children Messrs Jim MrsIFranktory Burial was at ljebanon in Ryder cemetery Saturday She was a good w man well and favorably know jin this county where she hj d many friends il1ican Mr John Basil Mu can died his home near tow tiion last Monday morning M Mullican as been in failing isalth fprj some sears He was an active business matt up ti some time ago and was frequent seen out public but in his Ili ter years d somewhat of a ret ed lIre on farm He was bn inthisy county 83 years ago t ibd was ahn ot Richard Mq iican tied counIiys leading farmers a da goodf horiorahlu and uprr citizen his manner he vis modest unassuming attending strictly iterferingIith nobody He was man who was found willing at a ttimes to a discharge his duty to tbe State and country Early in life he was married to Mrs Mudd of risas City Mo and after her death he was marri to Mrs Mattie Lanham whir survives him H Funeral services 0 re conduc ted Tuesday at St Ro and burial was in theCftmeten there Sweet Glover jepd Sow in winter on top the ground GreatestI gume fer lizer gcod hay a d pasture Prices and circular t w to grow on Request Bokbora Sid Co Faim uth Ky TailorIl For Ladies and ent gar ments made to order jiDry Clean ing of all kinds such as ladies nd gents garmen blankets quilts and fancy Sirs eriesalso dyeing of all kinds Goods cal led for and delivered Give us a all PboneORJ PaW BAUMBAVER Prop Easter dale The Ladies of th Presbyter an Church wish lib announceS th ir annual sale of sidhensi harp ell Saturday I before EasterI s r EICNLM- iss LouisRyanbasreturne d from Louisville where she has I been vislticR friends for some ItfmeMr is whdIfattendiugthe8 school at State Univ rsi y spent Saturday and Sunday at home He peaksl highly of the school and we feel that thfs Institution will be of lasting good to the State l M Hendren of Kansas City is spending afew days with rel ativ s here Mr A L Litsey has returnee jfrom Atlanta Ga wherb be took a load of mules MrsFanny i isvilte Tuesday Mrs G C Wharton and Miss Susie Penn entertained ttteuchre uesdavafternoonr r MrToe Smith and wife Bardstown visited Mr and Hugh Lee Smith Sunday ofII Ur S J Smock of spent a few days here this we Springs turned Rev WiA from Williams Crab weekIIIMrs W H Leachman few days in Loqisville this Miss Vancleaye is the guest of Mrs W K Marks Mr John I Claybrooke is guest few Miss of days Kate relatives in Mayes Harrodsburg here is thisI11II of week Miss her brottierMr Ida Haydon HarrodsburgI1 IMrs E 12 Buster dto her home at fter a visit to her parents here Rev Fred Brown preached at the Baptiet church nere Sunday I Mr Warren McClellan has re turned home from jndia L apolis11d dyeing ladies kinds I Give am and now me as a callPhone6RIII Springfield City F M TailorII Litsey- MissEllzabethBruceand John Nichols of Perry Ville spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs J H Hopper Miss Elizabeth Logsdon spent Sunday and Monday with Miss s Emma Polin Miss Lavinia OCdtfpOr spent Tuesday night with Miss Nannie 450 firhompsonMr RQbert Thompson has moved into his new home the beMissday with Mrs Joe Polina enMrsule is spending the week with er mothers Mrs 8 M Vanars aleS to tavlissewdays in Louisville next week any Mrs BB Lead man and Miss on Loyati Neale were the guests of Mrs Eliza Mitchell Tuesday Miss Adeline Cox entertained few of the young folks Toes day nightOio Bible FUrnished Free ress Young couples who furnish the r and flats under the directions of a Thlii avenue furniture bouse are updrejb- e n housekeeping fn pious frame otlfe mind For every 150 worth of turnlve veturethe Installment plan the dealer makes f them a present of a Bible Just got In a case of flne Bibles teyesterdaythey are gone shall lay in another in supply Before I went into the furnl lure business I was a book agent The peeps I got then into peoples homes showed a deplorable lack of Bibles especially the shIedy the defect thenr for I was not handling Bibles and anyhow I wouldnt have been In a position to giro them but since I have Into this SobusineaBible with every 150 purchaaeNewfYork timesba CINotWOneSpatable of the house a few days ago Ivwasjqklnglyfat wdman about six times his itzeN MNor indignantly replied the big worn an when I marry I dont want to get a man so small that Ill have to shake will the bed clothes in the morning to find him taTopAi ciplacing tnoffmade as follows Beat up a paste of in rye flour sad add to It good glue la weIchtItorn piecesiza i rLtAfiiiIAL- LNT I 1 t GOODS1I IrI Remants Odds and Endss lu t r iiIneach Departmeht Ir i f 1 r i i I Ladies Cloaks and Suits at half Price I and Boys Suits am Overcoats at Cost IIMens Pairs Lace Curta nsat Half Price iYA and Ladies Sweaterssat Cost 1Men nS in t everyDepartthentII Special Prices On Table Linens Napkins Towels Waist andl Dress Linens Pillow LihensLinen Sheetings vGpttonl Sheet ings Ready made Sheets arid Pillow Cases Bleached Cottons Shirtings etc as Just Received New Dress Ginghams for Spring New Rugs arid Mailings NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS t1I3RI5S THE iROBERTSOCLAYBROOKE 01 teL INCORPORATED a I C EDUCATIONAL The second tern bf the Graded chool opened the I5th mEt New pupils are entering every day The enrollment since September betweerr and 475 The attendance stS term was unusually good which counts for the large number of promotions at the end It iis hoped that next terms record will be even tter than this mt scholarship att n nce etc The only possible way for p pil to make progress to be preSr t every daythere is no excuse for absence but sickness Some children forttmatefy not many but two many have to remain in the grade from three fije years because of inattaridance rditess and like grievances this is t just to the pupil who Jf he has pride resents knowing less thane five or six years hjs junior it is everyjbackward j I progress teacher who prefers pupils as near r equal in age ability eta as psslble IIappealif sent to school at the propel age kept there Children under six yeats will not be celved in the Graded School Very w under this age are sufficiently dO loped to learn and if they do not arealhindrancetothe r beginners is the first day of school September and the first day of the second term And if you would have them make their grades in due time iIbleould not miss All who areiinterested in the ques tions of the day wM enjoy the open L session of the Graded Schoolt Literary ciety on the eveningof Febuary22d Resolved That the year 1911was progress along all lines will be ted by the following affirmatives Charles Haydo Fred Mayes Celia regor Thomas Haydon Frank Mc horter Flora Royalty and Thotha- alding il Negative Hay Goodloe t Ricketts Boulware Naomi Rogers or Roberts Ray Thurman Margaret oe and Connor WilliamS The debate wiUtake place at the school building About half the schools of the county have an eight rnonth4 term this year ome of them will continue through the Winter months dthersS haye closed until Spring It inly to be regretted that every schoq the county fljd not take this opportu ty of extending their Bchoofctem two ozthB Surely there is not a district which the educational enthusism could not be raised to the value of 35 1willI ear future for purpose lngThe School Improvement League rYou will like Mrs Weaver so you n ugt not miss theopportunity of heading heri talk Remember she is makiilg these rough tours over Kentucky just because she is interested Kentuckys boys and girls and citizenship The only compensation she gets is the hop 1ldderoft 1until she ranks second to none in the a Nation She is sacrificipg herlife for you and yours jy11 you show lessins teresfc in your own Haydon Willett l GUARANTEES HYO fEIIi If you really mean that you want tp drive every bit pfr catarrh from your nose and throat why nut try a sensible remedy that is guaranteed to banish catarrhor money bacLaIf you already own a little HYOMEI rubber inhaler you can buy a bottle of HYOMEI pronounce it Highome forZJ Qnly 50 tents If you do not own an inhaler ask for cpmplete HYOME oitsfit which contains an inhaler this will cast you lOO Then bre the HYOMEI and get rid of atarrh relief comes in five minutes a days treatment wiT make you happy awe ks treatment and snuffles tDUCUSI It hawking go another week and good to catarrh Try ittoday bbackand druggists veryWbere Drilling With Diamonds f A diamond bit for root driiltng la c quite an expensive article its value however will undergo fluotuatlonsde pendent upon the price of the dla1 monds PerhapsSOO Is a fair value tuforcccdingly hard harder than those is usually used as jewetry Their carat pilcn Is considerable averaging nayfi a 6b a carat The diamonds usd will weigh from one to two carats so that 0ight have a value raOglngfrom to J960 on the average IThe loss ol a bit beans so many diamonds gone and may lead to difficulty with the bole The diamond U not tough but brlttltt It will withstand beavj pressure If applied evenly and with lout shock 1tianeadily be seen tha drilling through seamy rock may be come quite unfavorable If there twmuch quartz present the abrasfon may become ciuosslve Under ordinary conditions nowever the wear on the 11diamondsno irenns prohibitive Cns letsUg lneoIJ It hLieutenantate luncheon otfee toasted a notedadc mimi He is a gbod mnM boosaldp too gopd amDOj l sometimes ttl for this tough wicked World 6f ours He is ntfjlrfcallst anil an optimist Indeed h6 la Such nn Incurable 1dlisteand CptlmistliJI if you should seidf aim on a wliagS ichasevhed eakof hjnjself forevtt forward as a big t came hunter d f i BUILDS LARGEST OF NESTS Jungle Fowl of Australia Conetructe a Substantial Mound Abeut Flf Feet Highteep The Jungle fowl of Australia 1101t1bird that builds the largest anti aot substantial of all nests It seeks out secluded sot and then begbgithe work that will keep it baT far a of weeks according to Jiatujral Ists who have studied the bIrd of A trallalf gathers leaves graM twii t and dozens of other material wear ing thgm together so sknifullr Mi te construct a mound that fIs quliid to withstand any stress of weather The bird tolls away until its ouad 44- s bout 15 feet high the circtmfer ence at the base being oftea IN feet At the apex the nest Is made a4 jfrom this perch the bird IIs able te o4iIta8Imllar methods la baiiing Its nest although the fouadatfe to not so large Instead of 1UkJaS a t fonef r 4LjIftBaby M LuiThe latest style of bay MrrtatM was seen iin the Union 4 pol recently IiIIs a simple affalrrthe baby abeaad and several straps At Ant clilJM j the baby might be mistakes fjilla jj unch of clothing bousd toctther IB sIr old fashioned shawl etra NtItelooking closer you see that oa ttM childs back a board WM plcd aa4 three stout straps bouma the yoaai stef to It A leather adOd te Its- onveulenceChicagqInter Oetu Chinas Natletral Tree Tbo national tree of China le the ng a wood oll tree The oL ta pre Jcured from the seeds ot its fruit wklck Hke a lhickory Butbut M larjea small orange The tung aerdi a ne shade and Ita wood ia rrifMNt kr makers of musical nstrumeiiOv It1e thought the tree would lourltfc eesojttern states SIThose Undesired Wrlil An habitual expresteicy of iiijky to o blamfe for permaBeBt JMs srt a the forehead Then there k ajoOMr muscle whose oluttteraw SWS t the eyebrows It dos Ri pti S rk and what we pHk Is a Crown The permiuwiicy tita 5 pressldn Is not in keepiac at Ma ry iinature and Is oH rftiif e Ired lines Ann Striped ac Tlsr Horses that are sot irda are omes Ja CIsesave stranger spees jerer h P iciana that are pMI4 eIshief areShiladilpbia i i 4f A pem ld Is r cveras es for appoJMthis hasalvecr to feec 1IfIi ttM ot ee ents is suMeisatut aay appa lxroy Tth4 1J r r1 r i a b1bLTItlW SOFA GRAY JMKET AUTc3 Po L J I II VIWflNZ WASXLNG k111 uk4i 1r T inf- iams 0tV J IItcSlbl g AZ1Zfli2t ypat I r c She spoke ro Word F iusiy opened my ev a ccrctd wp into her iaf i EYr a Urns silo rcma ued- Uaaare t icay awakening and atij there sI1entiy stroking my Larehod ksr4aze fixed xnusinly upm tie atfowit the jJartutr oaa cl lx rbubtrea had uutliL 111 lor iaie iy tiiti bid become a cojiud fe own rtictcus icj IWiere drinking In Ler beauty lor lrtoiI was awake I think the very Inl uiilty of my gaze awakened her from r feri tor she turned almost with a start and looked down upon me Aslj our eyes set fa warm wave of colprl 4y her throat and cheeks crimson Why she exclaimed in momentary confusioBi supposedIshould 0beforetime to escape unobserved I di I covered you lying here You were rectiec very uncomfortably when I Aral case and I felt It my duty to reader your position as easy as pos sible I did nqt forget that your tlgue care la our defense faI Could you not say In yours corrected But I have already been more than repaid Your hand upo my brow wig far more restful tha I can ten youItz soft stroking mlnI gled la ay dreams even before I It brought back to me the awok1 t my mother I do not think I a6 woE hand press back my JIaI since I was a chlldIThtrVwas a look of pain upon our face M jrpulay sleeping and I though f it might ease you somewhat I hav had some experience as a nurse yoii now she explained quietly Yo I mentioned your mother Is she ye livligfSbAin Richmond stopping will friends hut since my capture we lpitv trace of each other I avI reported as having been killed in aj tIgnandl doubt If she even y tI knows the truth Everything coafused en the capital th4t tt is impossible to trace any one notvdlrectly connected with the army once you lose exact knowledge of 11YoHe yielded his life the first year of the war and our plantation nerl Charlottesville Las been constantly n1 the track of the armies One rather Important battle indeed was fought upon It so you may realize that If is crow desolate and utterly unfit for ha Itatlon The house yet stands The chimney and one wall alone i e 1I1aln d when I was last there Icplied glad of the interest she exhib ited Fortunately two of the nego IJ cabins were yet standingi Doubtless these will form the nucleus of our home when the war ceases thy will trove a trifle befter than t ett mere sky The south is certainly paying a trrible price for rebellion she said 40 berly her fine eyes filled with tears Isam Sure I have tarried here quite sslong as I should now that I can be lofI no further service As she gathered her skirts In her hand preparatory to descending the stairs I yielded ito temptation aifd stopped her Right or wrong I must yellave one word more- I beg of you do not desert me so soon This may prove our final meet e lngindeedI fear it must be sujre ly then It need not be so brlefT a one Our final meeting l She echoed my words as tho ghI scarcely comprehending their me n IngV 7j Yes I sSld rising and standing bef fore Her How can we hope it s allJ be otherwise I am not free tore main hete even were It best for other reasons for I am a soldier under or ders You undoubtedly will proceed north at the earliest possible moment Therela scarcely a probability that in the great wide world we shall meet 4 agafn w TheTrar will soon be over perhaps then you may come north also II scarcely expect to do so My work theruwlll be to join with my com rades 1ni rebuild the aunt tered ertortltQ When the lines of so widely as ours must the chances are indeed few that they ever meet againIBut smrcly you can remain herd un ill wo Icive r she questioned evident ly striving not to reveal the dppth of interest she felt in the decision It will not be jintil tomorrow thatalde talls are arranged so as to permit our departure I had supposed ofI would certainly be with us until then Mrs Brennan1 I exclaimed most pasIbntely dO not tOztnt t Your wish is a temptation moat jdiiu cult Why to resllrtIvShedld not look at me but tood twisting a handkerchief nervously through herfingers The abrupt ques tion startled me aim+t Into full confession but fortunately my eyes chanced to fall upon Her weddlngjring madcyordsbackhuto Bus It Ii right I replied low jly feellmc eck Mntenc U a death owJor me to remain can inean- 1UJCIM1wTA that am raa4 t enough It iI thought you desired It but I dare not choose such a course my self 1 You speak in riddles What Is the one thing t A personal meeting wltq Major Brennan The high color deerted her cheeks and her eyes met mine in sudden in quify Oh no nol shq exclaimed with energyIJyou and Frank must never meet in that way You mean a ue1II bowed gravely tI was permitted to aid in defense of this house only by pledging myself to Major Brennan afterwards j But why need it beat least now that you have stood together as corn rades J I feaiV1 I said quietly that fcwill n dt count for much We both fthight Inspired by your presence Mine I hardly knew how to terpret her tone Certainly yjou cannot be ignorant that Major Brennans dislike is based upon your friendship for me But there is no reason she stam meredRe has no causeIHis reason must leave him td ex plain I Interrupted to relieve her evi dent embarrassment His words how everwere extremely explicit andto Ignore them by departure is ta im peril my own reputation in both arm- Ies I would do so for no one else in the world but you How can I ever thank you she asked gravely Captain Wayne you mak me trust you utterly and place me constantly In your debt Then you realize that I am right Yes slowly but making no fort to release her hands Yet is no other And None escape you possibleI I must go unless you bid me stays Oh I cannot I cannot at such a herjbodyemdtlon But Captain Wayne our friendship surely need not be severed now fOreVer I cannot bear to think that 1thould be I am no cold heart less Ingrate and shall never forget what you have done to serve me I value every sacrifice you have made pa my behalf Let us Indeed part soIretsurely theIout uniforms and deem it manly to fight and kill each other The great struggle will certainly cease possibly within a very few weeks I Sweredj greatly moved by her earnestness but I fear the men engaged in It will remain much the same 4n their natures however thet may dress I can onjy say this Were the path clear I would surely find you no matter where you were hidden How terrible it Is that a woman must ever choose between such evils he said almost bitterly The heartI ays one thing and duty through life it seems to me I have much of suffering in these last soI months so much of heartless that I cannot bear to be the cause any more You and Major Brennan must not meet but Captain Wayne I will not believe that we are to part thus forever Do you mean that I am to seek youI when the war closes Tgiere will be no time when I shall not most gladly welcome you Your home I asked wondering still if she could mean all that her wards Implied 1 have never known where you resided in the north Stonlngton Conn She smiled at me through the tears yet cling ing to her long lashes You may never come of course yet I sbal always feel nowthat perhaps You wiil and that is not like a final goodby Is itI bowed above the hands I held and pressed my lips jipbn them For the moment j durst not speak and thena voice suddenly sounded In the hall below I am greatly obliged to you Miss Minor she is probably lying down I will ron up and call her We started ps if rudely awakened from a dream whIlo a sudden expression of fright swept across her face Oh do not meet him she begged piteously For my sake do not remain here I will go down tho back stairway I returned hastily but do you indeed mean It May I come to you yes but pray go nqw IYes longer to restrain myself I her to me held her for ono inslant strained to my breast dherotwlce upon lips which had- n opportunity for refusal This world is not so wide but that somewhere in It I shall again find the one woman of my heart I whispered passionately and was gone CHAPTER XXXIV A Plan Miscarried- I remembered as I hurried down the back stairway her flushed face but could recall no look of indignant pride In those clear eyes whose pleasant memory haunted ma She loved me of UtJaI fIk daublv daaturaJ d NO OKS TkULjA Liis ijtCii Si celebrated Dr AemcthV jof London a firmly of the opinion ithat disor ders si the Aneetho140Mchaccordiffily Itilt vital it bowistheindigestioner0aic esa be better suited as c turative age cbih no Dr Plerces Gcrsa YedJc Discovery tundert orCoronasevoralknotrwhatuwdiclncsbuttoJ was my WlirniverIftIntithurtsiWastoldtook1lvebot1efrom11betstrong fast Today I om strong and wrIll aud cnn do a big days worlt with Can onffishDnPierce7 toe Knowledge mace my nean iignt even while I dreaded the consequences to us both I stepped out into the kitchen and came to a sudden pause facing a table laden with such a variety and shun dance of food as had been strange tome for many a long day jDlrectly op posite a napkin tucked beneath his double shin his plate piled high with tendt ilarly situated The astonishment of our meeting seemed mutual The Ser geant apparently feeling the necessity of b soThI yos yoost goin to fill me op milder dings like a gpoil soldierGaptaln herald In anile ty V l No doubt well I am rather hungry myself Mrs Bungay iIn meitadryvof old timea cannot you spare me Opiate If so I will take pleasure in joining your happy company Thank youlsee you have found your man have thOtrsir she answered grimly anI reckon aa how hes like ly ter stay et hum arter this I But you forget he is my guideI protested not jHsjnclined to test her temper Surely Mrs Bungay you would not deprive the South ofJila valuable services An wouldnt I now AnV dJ4nt thet little whifflt promise me long afore he ever did you tins Aint he ray natral protector Whuts a lone female a goin ter dew yere In ther mountings wlout no man J 6ome Jed what do yousay Are you tired fighting the battles of the Confederacy and prefer those of home r like terread all b6ut flghtln well nough but durn it Cnplit Wnder hurts whin they hits ye on ther head with a gun His face lit up sad denly Sides I sorter wanter hev Mariar git qualnted with thet thar muel 0 mine Beelzebub Hes out thar now hitched ter atree an a eatln ter bust his bilernever a durn mark on his hide fer all he wint through Weir I suppose Ishall l be compelled to let you and Beelzebub go but it will prove a serious loss to the cause of the South I said my thougpts in stantly turned by mention of the mule to matters of more importance I ex pact there will be lively times up your ayIYf kin jlst bet thar will en thusiastically Itll be nip and tuck I reckon but Im mighty hopeful o Mariar Thdtdern mud he needs tar be tqok down a peg Sergeant I said dd you send out a party to bringin our horses and the sabers It vos all done already derborses- vos fount und der swords How many men have we lost Der vos five kilt Captain dot vos It I vos hit mit der ear off Sands lit goin to die und maybe Elliott vill not get some better some odders vos hurtedIHow many men does that leave u3 fit for duty I asked decisively push ing back my plate and rising from tho table berojvos twelve Captain mit me That will do7 I said In halt an hour from nowJiave the men ready for tho road andi turned and left the room We mUst depart at once More than ever now I realized theinecesslty for haste I hoped to meet the officer com manding tho Federal detachment who had come to our aid pay him tile ella tomary marks of respect and get away without again coming in contact with Major Brennan I felt myself pledged to this course of Action A sentry stationed In the loOrhall- way informed me the officers were messing together In the front parlor and I at once heaUod that wayj I paused however to visit the wounded for a moment spoke cheerily to my own men and then openingthe door quietly entered the room which I had last left In possession of the guer rillas With the exception of broken windows and bulletscarred walls tie evidence rdmalned of that contest which had ragqd hoie with such fury but a few hours previously There Were numerousldark stains upon the carpet but much of the furniture had beth restored to place while a cheer ful wood fire crackled in the open grate Before it three men woresUV ting smoking while upon a small table close at their elbows rested a flat boti tie flanked by several glasses A single glance sufficed to tell roe they were Federal cavalrymen one being the radfaced lieutenant whom I had already met I am seeking the commander of this detachment I explained as they glanced at me in surprise at my entrance unannounced am Cap tain Wayne in charge of the Confed crate troop which was engaged in de1 fertse of this house IA portly man with a strong face and wearing a closely clipped gray beard arose from r comfortable armchair and advanced with uand extended I am Contain Mnorehouse in v mand he answered cordially r am y very glad to meet you Will i ou not join us 1 My second lieutenant who has positive genius in that line has unearthed a few bottles of rather choice whisky which we will divide most gladly thank you I replied anxious to meet him as pleasantly as possible but I am eager to get away unnmy duty as early as may be and have merely intruded upon you to explain my purpose Nonsense ho Inslstei Duty Is never quito so urgent as to require a waste of good liquor Captain Wayne permit me to present my ofilcers Lieutenants Warren and Slaff Sec dud rfew Hampshire Cavalry The constant haunting fear of the Majors possible ontrance at any mo moat rendered me extremely uneasy and anxious to be away Undoubtedly this feeling exhibited Itself in my man ner for Captain Moorohouse salfl finftlly tpbeshould be Very glad to keep you with us Indeflnlt lytet1 trust you win leel Perfectly freie In thQ matter answeredlrlslnir a nature and solongment of unnecessary delay to be a crime I wish you a pleasant return within your own linos and an early cessation of hostilities I had shaken Mnd with them all and turned toward the door congratu biting myself on escaplng Thus easily when a new voice bro jsuddenly In upon my self satlstt1ctJ hI trust Captain Wayne is nothtending to depart without at least a word with me It k Brennan He had entered parlorFradkly I mlghfcf Have you forgotten t n our com 22ordo you simply elect to y f 4 i saw sue omens csttApfce qmcK glances of amazement bii I answered coollyIThe latter supposltlii Is more nearly the truth Major rennan I felt that after what v have just paSsed through togethelwe could both afford to Ignore e past and consequently wash PI to escape without again erfcounte hg you 1tlndeed lhe exclaim l sarcastic ally1 But I might h ive expected It Gentlemen and h turned to rthlsmanandlong standing unsettlt I have sought him for months in pin When he came llust night to assistance Ib Brand You Here and ow an Sneak arid Liar Now Will pu Flaht services I Insisted that p occurrence of the defense should revent our meeting If wb both st ived Now he endeavors to sneak way lIke a whipped cur I demam satisfaction at his hands and Is refused I shan denounce him in 10th armies M y cheeks burnedt before I could control myself fflciently for answer MOQrehouso sp te nut Brennan see re he said anxiously surely Capt m Wayhe has served you well Is u a trouble between you so serious tb tno amends are possible None short of a p sonal meet- Ing J Captain and the erplexed federal commander turne toward me have you any word of planation this unfortunate affair InI Very little I ans Bred jInot even aware that I have jury to Major Brenuaij purposely or otherwise He has n so mych as honored me with infort jition as to his cause of complaint jj wever I care very little what it m9be As ho has seen fit to dc mnco me before officers of my own jorps I should be extremely glad toIj jet him upon that ground alone bu fter whnt we have just passed throi h together I felt ready to blot out hese past tlif feHnces Whatever ey may have been they are not li Ie to occur again nor we to meet They have ccurd gaIn sInce you have been In dlsho ie Brennan boke forth excitedly You are not1 a 1c wardibut I brand y lucre and now as n sneak and liar Now will you fight We stood for a mo cit In utter si lease eye to eye an II kiyjw there was no help for it Tt se words pub holy spoken left me n choice I am at your sen e Major Bran nan I returned star now or at any time BuLl am ifortunatc hero in having no officer o my army pros ent and hence can ame no second Doubtless one of ese gentlemen will consent to serv ho said his face brightening at m rejoinder Some one hastily n ihe d a way to the front and Lleute nt Caton Palo but determined stoot t my shoulder It will afford me jleasure to act for Captain Wayne ie said clearly- If he will arcpp m3 services More over he added wtta significant glance nl Brennan this as a friend and with fun tifldenco that I am upon the righti in tho quar rel IIFor a moment no ie spoke Bren nan bltinghls raustd jeto leepback the words he durst t utter Then Caton turned to me If you will rotjri to the library Wayne I will arrang his matter with whoever may re Major Bren ban rrtWith a slight forr jl bow to thoao preient I quitted thji room CHAPTER XXV The Last Resort of Gentlemen I found the IIbr if deserted anil 0picedbefore Caton appea id Stung as had been by Breiim1fa harsh uncall eclfor words I yet orank front the thought that I must low meet him in deadly combat It lyas no fear of prrsonal Injury tha roubled me in cedI do not rocnM giving tills tho sllghtest conslderau jh for mr mind was altbgetier comj rated upon what cllC1 mfet in nepfcarlly mcn to Edlih renna Id hoW It would affect our futur r itijitshlp This was the thoughttha jtVayeJ and mas tero4mte I had IJclfefl myself toI avoid him and Indei thall used means possible to t t eRa The tlmsj wrsnonc too llr f pt my mind once thoroegnly settVd j to my duty to Ifer ecame calm gain and confi dent hi tho out co When Caton enterl flushed ani visibly excited from what hail evld illy proven an ac rimonlous controvo y I greeted him with a smile You appear to hi a experienced dif ficultlos in regard p details I said curiousjy There was much unnecessary talk he admitted but jatters have been at last arranged to no satisfaction of all concerned tto meet at once In tho YIprej big tobacco shed a spot entirel removed from ob serVatlon I have ecn compelled to accept pistols as tJ weapons as we have nothing else proatall suitable for the purpose airy sobers being 1far too cumbersom Lieutenant Starr chances to possess wo derringers ex dcOy alike which ye have mutually agreed upon I h o this is satisfac tory to you Wayrit I am not precis ly nit expert but that does not greflU matteri Who acts for DrennanJ J Captain Mooreb so rather igainst his will I think jVery wellCatI J am perfectly satisfied and arc r Indeed greatlj obliged to you ye before we go out J desire to speak a1worl1 or two with the utmost franknd I stood facing him my hand reing lightly upon the writing table ji eyes reading hit Ijxpressive face j my second I wish on to coronrehent fully my actions the motives til ii Inspire them If i are i any vri unsatisfactory to you mind jou ma feel at pefefrl JJczx th 9 li wrw anti aiwarya crtr pnootpuj to dueling i oiIievelt wrung In prld clple and a travestyupon justice but It is a custom of the South a require ment among officers of our army and after what has Just occurred between cannothonorabhy Major Brennan has deliberately placed me in a position where I cannot avoid meeting him without losing all stand ing in my corps I sought to escape but was prevented by accident now I simply yield to the inevitable feel confident you will not misconstrue xsse words you surelY know me Suf ficiently well soas tiM to attribute them to cowardice I Shall face him cx actly in adcqrdance with your ar rangements asking nothing upon my tlslactjonbeflro In the air He stared at me Incredulously his face a perfect picture of amazement YOU1awareCorps trophy Do you realize that he goes out deliberately Intending to kill you I was not posted as to theflrst fact you mention but have never enter tamed the slightest doubt as to the litholeastdesire you to suppose that I am at all quixotic in this there is a personal reason why I am perfectly willing to risk my life rather than Injure Major eyoi studied me intently and tHen his face suddenly bright ened with a new thought Wayne he asked placing his hand upon myt arm familiarly is it Mrs BremMrtff For ah instant J hesitated but his manly honest countenance reassured me Between us only It Is I an swered gravely but not the slightest blame attachestoher I do not wholly understand he said at last y MJdo npJdoubt you may be penectly right In your decision Jlft extended hits hand im pulslvelyv4ll know lout be a good soldier and a trqe gentleman I wilt stand by you Wayne but I pledge this If he takes advaqtage treacherous ly and you fall as God forbid I will face him myself and when I do there will be aio firing in the ar I do not remember that we spoke save once while we passed out theIturned the corner of the great ram shackle building which in other and more prosperous days had been dedi cated to the curing of the leaf did we perc6ive any signs of the presence of our antagonists They were4stand ing upon the further side directly opposite the d ior and both bowed slight ly as we approached The Captain came toward us slowly It is to be greatly regretted gentlemen he said with ceremonious po liteness that we have no surgeon with us However neither contestant has kipy advantage in this respect Lieutenant Caton may I ask if the ar rangements as already completed have proven satisfactory to your princi pal Entirely so Then iIf you will kindly step this way a moment wo will confer as to certain details rBrennan was leaning in negligent attitude against the side of the build Ing his eyes fastened upon the ground the blue smoke of a cigar curled laz ily above his head I glanced toward him and then spught to amuse myself watching the queer antics of a gray squirrel on tho fence rail beyond I felt no desire for further thought only an intense anxiety for them to hurry the preliminaries and have the affafc settled as speedily as possible I was aroused by Moorehousds rather nasal voice Gentlemen will yplease take your positions Major Brennan you will stand thnJo paces the right ofthat sapling facing djrectly south Captain Wayne kindly walk straight west from the shied door until you come opposite the Majors position I noted Brennan throw away the stump of his cigar and then I walked slowly forward until I reached the point assigned me My heart was beat Ing fast now for I full realized the probabilities of tho next few minutes And felt little doubt that serious jury if not death was to be my por tion Yet my trained nerves did not fall me and outwardly I appeared JTully nsi cool and deliberate as my op ponent Years of constant exposure to peril in every form had yielded me a grim philosophy of fatalism that now stood me in most excellent stead In deed I doubt not hud I chosen to put It to the tost my hand would have proven the steadier of the two for Brennans face was flushed and he plainly exhibited the intense nnireos ity with which he confronted me How peculiar the mind often op orates in slidb moments of exciting suspense I recall remarking i very slight stoop in Brennans shoulders which I had never perceived before I remember wondering where Moore house had ever discovered a tailor tto give so shocking a Ht to his coat and finally iI grew almost interested In two birds perched upon the limb of nnnnalta wtmrA otnnri I even GondiTi6 Kidneys Are tYcakoned by flypf Work Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys trc rc sponsiblafor much sickness amlsufTsriiif sm therefore if kldiicy trouble is permitted to I fj continue serious rc w suits are most likelv f to follow Yourother ttJ organs may need attention but your kifli j lieu most because they do most nnd should have attend in first Therefore whea your kidneys are weak or outof order you can understand how quickly ycnr eu tire body is affected and how every orgtu dutyIfbadly begin taking the great kidney rerncdy Dr tfilmers SvampRbot A trial w Jl con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of Swamp Root the great kidney cui bladder remedy is soon realized Itf stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties liave been proven in thousands of the most distressing cases Ifou need a medicine you should have the best I4sftyccntoar sizes You tiny have a sample bottle by mail free also a iioMyouhow have kidney or ladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Q6 Ringhaniton N Y Dont make any mis ake but remVmbcr the n rne Swamp lloot and tVot Ut a dealer sell yr n somctlnn i i l t impRoot if Jon da yon 7ill be disappointed == lf smiiea to mysjeir over a the young officers had made an bong before Yet with It all I remaneH keenly observant and fully aware of each movement made by the others on the field I saw Caton accept the per ringer handed him and test It care fully the long slim blue barrel look- Ing deadly enough as he held it up tween me and the sky Then Moore house approached Brennan with its fellow in his grasp and the Lieutenant crossed over and stood beside me Here is the gun Wayne rhe youhaveno mercy In Brennans eyes takingTheexamlnh1gItas 1 said nevertheless It Is not any sentiment of mercy I test which spares hIm out a duty thai appeals to me even more strongly than hate By Heaven 1 wish it were other wise Who gives the word I questioned IJerfectly- do are you readyV IIand his fingers closed upon It with warm friendly grip The next moment Brennan and I stood seemingly alone facing each other as motionless as two statues His coat was buttoned to the throat his capvisor pulled low over his eyes his pistol hand hanging straight down at his side his gaze never wavering from me I knew he was coolly de Hberately measuring the distance between us with as deadly a purpose aa any murderer The almost painful stillness was broken byCaton and I tremoripAlThvocetAr en rAr said Brennan I replied word will be one iwo three fire with a slight pause after tho beIReady said the vofce once more 1and as I saw Brennans arm slowly rise I lifted mine also and covered him noting as I did so almost in won der with what steadiness of nerve and wrist I held the slender gauge just beneath the visor of his cap Dc llberqtely as though Ke dreaded the necessity Caton counted One twq three fire My pistol exploded the charge strik ing the limb above him and I stag gered backward my hat torn frpm my head a white llnecut through my hair cfBrennari Hurled His Yet Smoking Derringer at His Feet With anOath and a thin trickle of blood upon my temple I saw Caton rushing toward me his face filled with anxiety and then Brennan hurled his yet smoking derringer into the dirt at his Wet with an oath Damn it Moorchouse he roared fairly beside himself the charge was 4too heavy it overshot re you much hurt panted Caton IA pricked the skin Brdnnans angry voice rang lOUt once more IIdemand another shot he Insist loudly f I demand it I tell ytu Moorehouse This settles nothing arid I1will not be balked Just because you dont know enough to load a gun Caton wheeled upon him his blue ItS blazing demand dangerously a second shot L indignantly Are you not awar that Captain Wayne fired in the air It would be murder Fired In the air he laughed as- lit It was a most excellent Joke Of he did but it was because my lit disconcerted his aim I fired a the first hut his derringer was covering meP Caton strode tovfard him his face white with passion him trnvu it his way I called ILehim for nOw my own blood was up I shall not be guilty of such neg lect again lie did nut heed me perhaps he did not hear Major Brennan he said facing him his voice trembling with feeling I toil you Captain Wayne purpdse ly shot in the air lie informed 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