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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rkIT77j n n ESTABLISHED 1 INJM- Jtnntiutvnrnrnflt J t j J t Itf 4=tul et1t I r fti e1opeatOf twp young ettfrii of the Gravel wUc- hr fteitM MM fret of the we4k and 1r return Home several days Ilr iinBurried having been Muble to find a place where fthay could procuieIicenses1ts tbe feubjact of much discussion jia4 sow inthe neighborhood1 iriHire Ute parties reaMe The I riIIC people were Miss Malissa fierce the 17rtr old daughter of Mrs Lsy Riley and Richard hers the 19yearold son of John Soothers and Miss S4te KcGartj and Will Grimes KiM McCarty is the daughter of JaJ80H McCarty and is 15 4sra of agi while Grimes who i jjest two years older is a son of Jane Griues Ths5oungpeopIe went first toI Jeffcrsottviile and applied foraI J Ikfaaa Thy were too lr th01c to falsify regarding their age and the clerk politely informed them that hecould notnccom teodate them Somewhat dis cottriged a consultation was held l Sand h was decided to journey to1 w Cincinnati where they hoped fate would be more kind Arr- 31visglO t that city marriage Ii cense clerk was sought but agaia they were disappointed VJTrje Dlficartold them he could not woe Jbe coye dgipera on I accomat of their iige A final t lefforjt was made to ptocure It censfes at Hamilton Ohio bat t tailing there the young people t decided to return home Tney arrived at Gravel Swi ch Wed nesday afternoon It is said there exists parental objection to the marriage of Miss McOarty t and Grimes and according to t the story that comes to the E i1SiJhsrpfuie the young ladys tter last Saturday fearing an elope r raurtt was being planned lOCked his daughters clothing ina cl set However one of MisqII Ip McCarty girl friends came toj nOliIacknfcameitime to steal away t Miss Pierce and Mr Smothers came tolL bauun lute yesterday HJtuno n and bavii g brought with them notes from their parents authorizing the clerk tJC issue a license procured ona and were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage by Rev Ie AUGraves They were companied bra number acI Iriendsv Lebanon EnterpeiseI Miss Sadie McCarty aodMrj Will Grimes ware married at the clerka cffice here last Thursday IwereaccompalJied incIUdi uncle of 1the i I i 1 r 1 n lC4 = fl fJN w i itJ t 419 BAR critr o1 c j s f i = Political tips Thjs morning the News got two political tips which it re gard as and which we believe that time will proV One is that Frank E Daugherty will not runIor Con grees against Ben Johnson and the other is Sam E Jones is certain to make the race fcr th e Democratic nomination for a place on the Court of Appeals to succeeJ Judge Hobson Mr Daugherty an flounced the fact to his friends several mouths ago that he would run this fall and has re ceived many assurances of sup port Bis present position Attorney is proyiing quite lucrative to him It has been rumored some time that Judge Jones would get in the fisdt to succeed Mr Hobson and the tip The News got this morning was that only a great change in present conditions would cause him to change from his purpose ETown News Fire at New Haven Fire destroyed a vacant tenant house on the farm of Joseph Bowling origin of the fire is unknown The res ideqce and household effects of Mr Henry Cov colored were entirely destroyed by fire which threatened the whole neighborhood Thf flames were soon extinguished by the quick action ofI the fire department New flay len Echo Colds Vanish THE SENSIBLE OVERNIGHT REMEDY FOR SENSIBLE PEORLE After you have upset Your stomach with pills powders and vile nostrums and still retain possssion of that ter rible cold do what thousands of sensible jIntoj of bolting water pour a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEI pronounce it Higho me head and bowl with a towel and breathe for five minutes the soothing healing vapor that arises Then go to bed and awake with a clear head in the morning HYOMEI does not contain opium cocaine or any harmful drngA bottle of HYOMEI costs6ocat tiaydon 8tWil1ett and druggists everywhere Guaranteed for catarrh asthma croup and catarrhal deafness Taking Notice At whit age doctor asks tbe call er do women begin to notice the menf Well replies the great savant on that point there Is a differ ence of opinion among the authorities 4Qea not until she Is at least 48 hours 191dHChlago Post M 1912 COURIERJOURNAL iYou can not keep posted jon current political events unless you read the I 1 Lmsville Kentucky HKNRY WATTERSON Editor- dLfr Hj This Presidntial Year- TARlP 1omh heiis stje and the battle will be a bard I 11fBE fought one YjjU CAN GET IdDAILYI l YEAti informally S Regular price of the Weekly Courier Journal 100- year a and Weekly Courier 150 per yNz Wecan alto makes Special RateonDaily Sunday Courier Journal In coD inatioi with this paper b OF THIS CUT RATE SEE US i i ORDERS BE SENT TO iJS NOT TO COURIER JOURNAL i 1 P ltMlt V1S LBADIthR Munt lL SCRIP1 Al SJtraifht absolutelysraight as- CoptnonweaIibs 1eartwnThe tbetemaleI COURIER JOURNAL NewsLder ADVANTAGE MUST f INTERESTING I Notes Gathered Here And There In Agricultural l Circles At a recent meeting of the Warren County Strawberry Growers Association wasde cided that between 35000 ard ICO 000 crates be ordered for the growers as 1000 acres of berrtes will be raised this season V AI number of new members were enrolled and the association now has a membership of 250 The association will reincorporate i a few days increasing the ca iltal stock from about 1000 5000 The prospects for a suc cessful season was never more bright The census of 1010 shows a decrease of almost 800000 colon i ies of bees iin theLStates Most of the reported decrease is attritbuted to the brood diseases ofe bees which are now fOund widely distributed throughout tbe Uni tea States The United States department of agriculture is now working to combat these dirceases anti assisting beekeeperss to know tow to successfully treatt them Pick up all rotten fruit nndet the trees aud burn or hury it deep in the ground Ahso pick oft any rotten fruit still hauging on the peach or apple treys or other fruit trees and relit them in the same way These rotten fruits alwavs hatbor milliOns ell spores wuich wi li cause your next crop of fruit to rot On Saturday afteraoon Jahu 13r number of eulhusiastic boys metat Trenton Ky to talk over tbe plan of a Boys Corn Club in Todd County na organized Farmers Home Journall Utilizing intellect and Reason We have Intellect we possess rea son Let us tfierefore make these two servants work to discover for us the true way whereby we may Fcale the heights and prumb the depths of reachthatours by divine right and where dark ccAfcooiae pessimism has co place Pounds In A Bushel i Following jis the number of pounds that constitute a legal bushel of yarious comtooditiesr andiespecially seeds in this State Whcat 00 pounds shelled corn l 56 pounds corn in the ear 70 pounds from the first of Nov m to the first of May following andI from the first of Mayto the first t of November following 6 8I pounds rye 56 pounds oats shelled 32 pounds barley 47 pounds Irish pptuoes 60 lbs sweet potatoes 55 pounds white 1beds 60 pounds castor beansI 45 pounds clover seed 60 pounds timothy seed 45 pounds flax seeB 56 pounds millet seed 56l pounds peas 00 pounds blue grass seed 14 pounds buck wheat 56pounrls dried apples 24 pounds dried peaches 39 pound onions f 7 pounds bot too onion sets 36 pounds sail 50 pounds stone coal 70 pounds The terra coal includes anthra cite bituminous and other mined coal B nO pounds plaster ing hair 8 pounds turnips 60i pounds tin6lac ked lime 35 Ibs c rn meal 50 pounds fine salt 52 pound ground peas 24 lbs Ochaad grass seed 14 j ounds English blue grass geed 14 lbs i hemp seed 44 pounds + t The Coughs of Children They may not cough today but what about lomonow Better be prepared forcit when it comes Ask your doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctors medicine at hand This cough medicine is especially good far children I No anodynes No alcohol litany a child is called dull and stupid when the vhole trouble is due to a lazy liver We firmly believe your own doc tilt will tell you that an occasional dose of Ayers Pills sugarcoated will do suchl children a great deal of good Ask him Xad by J AYn LowU JIi W8e Uniqiitt Story oitsDiscovery 1tLAM INTmIm G ZTI- i wm com mrcwmne Just a countryman iats all is the way the gro jr of this remarkable ear of corj Mr1 Fred 0 Palm styles hi self Though he is admitted to b one of the leading corn exp s ofI tne country one whose se ices are greatly in demand asI tide of corn exhibits Mr Pall ksI for no greater honor or d tinc tion than 10 be known us t plain Hoosier farmer and while e openly professes a reasonable pride in ihe achieveuient of gif ving the famous ear of corn which adjudged the most rfect IVilauThe champion ear ofcp1was not n accident Theren be no greater lesson in the vue of- aeful study and patrI king- eltctiun of seed and bit ding flu2 the experiences 6 this same Palin The faring who thinks he stand a chuncs pf go house nndatdmuer god tliinkof enough confident hand i The s Greatest Ear of VARIETY Palinsj Flake afterA winning K jelog 1000 trophy lIYtRrniThe s enth production PARENT PLANT Male Reids nale Alexanders standard DIMENSIONS pth Circunifcrence 7 rchfs mber rows Lhgth neis of ankh WMth about an inch Tliiel an inch 4rangemen J y running gstraight IJe entire os the without misplaced holdiig the the tip ocigwe1I with liraii s Weight ounces Estiraatd proportons corn 92pertnt 8 JP 11 TheWbrlds Champion ing into his corn fifld pd by piece luck pick ou iijan ear I Id eenjmorethe honors from thug IIndian man c mnot do better t msabus1 this notion than to ead the stOlr Pa1Jnjj and his champion ear the first place PInows corn there were no more of this than storyj ofthedeyelopmentund iscovery thechampin would Aivl in Qrthef IOf hcre is the sior told twos in Novjpmc r 191O and wtre just bar ting our crop The eathe had been- good but wore little late werelgoingf wagon in the usual gatherS the coin anJ th1 in r a promising one I 4St We have a sort corn ihow there is an a ardfor ex ceptionally good ea cori ears Rufficiently tru ttoftype lo permit of their beir led There is a small b x every ciR wagon in wh p the most perfect ears thjj wn Thus when properly sell Jted tote tbe seed corn andunon these mOre perfec eaisrwboc nasionally nod un ar ihjjt we willing to exbi c in a con test r was ound I was at the time one of the men broueht it in and laid it with a number of other ears upon the window sill in the well room for theIseed house IWell I said do you think youve got a ear there goodIit I picked it and looked it over Well I said firmly I think it is the most perfect ea corn I ever saw It is good to win the K Iel logg SLOOP trophy at Omaha this vear And was the went I it and looked it over that I heH the trophy winner in So much when I left for Omaha to exhibit the I took it out my grip and showed itrto the station agent ktk ft 6 Work Corn urn Yellow Named tne W K + A year Yellow Dent- E gGold i L 10 18 inchc o4 of JO of ker 34 of kernels 38 of ess of kernels 16 of Ar j uniform kernes in rows length j rq no their length well to 4ends of ear covered dented 20 ll- U cob per cent tt J Ear of his mind of fallacic as j In If proof here ear be pof fis he himself we ay lug iatf 1f always on are consti are rQu up of W mo saw mv sothat ear of rv ear with the words That is the ear am going to win the 1000 trophy with so th Are s the story of tbe ch mI pion ear as Palin told it himself And on the strength of it who will say lint Feed C Pain doesnt justly merit the iUehThl Man Wilt Knows Corn But thats not all of Palms story He te Is ib willingly but modestly for he knows that his story whenever told is a source of gr at encouragement rto the thousands of farmers who never had a bettrr chance thanhe had himself Palin was born and brought up all a farm near New town Ind He haSnever owned a foot of farm land in his life and the 360acre farm ou which tIle champion oar of corn which won the Kellog Trophy was grown is a rented farm Mr Pajisreal experience a a farmerlmgnnnboutsixt eo j ears ago Pe had been on the rood as a grocery specialty sides man when he took a notion that he would sooner be an agricul turist so he took a few short courses at Purdue University and rented a portion ofthe farm he nov occupies Nine years ago he began carefully breeding this new variety jf corn For two years he planted two rows of Reids Yellow Dent then two of Alexan ers Gold Standard From the detasseled rows he picked for se d only the ears parrying tite characteristics he wanted to produce planting these io breeding plots and main Alining carefuiselecttonsb that fn nine 3 ears time ho had devel opd a well settled type x The Palin champion ear was the first winner of the W K Keilogg National Corn Trophy nllrill York at a cost of1000 11I Kellog us the originator and the manufacturer of Toasted Corn 1lakesnaturaiiy has a deepin terest in the development of the J higher grades of corfiforthe Jresll1en1rn Flak Co requires 10COU lush eU of corn day fo the making ofs product fitaWdldedIt t Theki made only from selected while corn while the winning ear was tpeI a WKKELLOGG 100000NATIONALCORNTROPIIT TWFANYTMceAwarded nextG9m The jrtello g Tophv was won fn 191 at Columbus Ohio R cJtmerA of Charloston Ill wih a magniticienteir of Reids Yel ow dent but not so i erfec an ear a3 that winch won the trophy ori iraly and which has come knovrn is the best ear f corn ever grown V The next award of this trophy will b0 made at the next National porn Expo iton which will be held in February HU8at Cal umbia S 0 It is planned to joake this expositloumucb broad er in scope than any held in the t pst and consequently a longer lire will be required in prepara tion Special buildings ate now being erected for the exp slim iht main building to be 400 by f67 foot gtouad measurements The show vill last ten djs The State of Soutt Card ina has ap propriated 40000 for expenses of the exposition and the proc peeL is that Dixia will do herbself effortpTudin an to tIlt exposition the greatest off its kind ever held Caught ill Feed Cutter Glasgow Ky Jan 26 MabeK the nineyearold daughter of Wiley S inraons who liyea near Temple Hill this county is des peratelv ill ith blood poisoning and lockjaw A few days ago the child in company with a lilA tie playmate Rusjioll MUec was runni ig a feed cutter the little boy turning and Mattel feeding In some manner the girls finger became caught in the cutter and before the child could stop tl e machine the ht lie hand was had Iv laccratfd und one finger cut off 1hJwol1nd was dressed for a few days the injured member seemed to be getting well but yesterday blood poison and lockjaw developed Breaking a WISdom Monopoly Im afraid tho country suffered a great loss when they failed to send our eloquent and able friend back tf congress Not at alf replied Sena tor Sorghum The sense of the platE people again prevailed Why should the lecture platforms bo robbed thai the brainy men may be assembled to listen to one another where Instruc don Is superfluous Loves Young Dream- Next to a requlted attachment one of the most cQnvenlent things a young man can carry about with him at the beginning of his career Is an unrequlf ed attachment It makes him reel Important and businesslike and blase and cynical and whenever he Jiaa I touc of liver or suffers from want of exercise he can mourn over his lost love and bevery happy Ina tender twilight fasWauRCdyard Kipling Finds Prpflt In Toys A woman who after five years of married life found herself wtUwan in husband Indn source of In illvall4 made toys such as she bad In Germany anaa good markett found for them in the department Iwall 8he showed the toys flrsC to Their oaand profited by meats Upon them Sne says doli I especially profitable L ROYALirL C BAKING POWDER- i f Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made 1 f from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM HO UMt PHOSPHATE i 4 PELLAGRA I DiseseAong Horses Mak ing Appearance In Kentucky 7rpgra with persons is reported toi have made its appearance amor g horses in Madison County arid dispatch from Richmond states that twntyor more valuable biorsVs have died there in the last the weeks from th6 mala dy wbi h is caused by eating rot tecorflS W arillhorseman there iis apparently no cure forI afJ1ris attacked He recently bedIpostmortem examination on el orIihe horses wnich died 1ththeI disease that developed tbiu fact cunclusirtly be says Farmers and horsemen who have suffered loss by the malady haye takep teps tostop its ravages by carefully preparing the feed Jar their borses and seeing that node fective corn iis given them Hair Hints WORTH THE ATTENTION OF PEO PLE WHO WISH TO PRESERVE THE HAIR Have your own brqsh and comb atI home and at hair dresser Never use a brush or comb in public places they ate usually covered with dandruff germs Waslty ur hair brpsh once atfeek with soap and warm water to which is added a disinfectant Shampoo the hair once a weekttb pure soap and water Use PARISIAN SAGE every day rubbing thoroughly into scalp PARIS ANSAGE is guarantee by Haydoh Willett to destroy dan ruff and abolish dandruff or m ney ackSTp stop hair from falling and rs alp rom itching or money backITo put Hfeandl eauty into dull fed hair or money back Price 50 cents Cannot Refuse To Carry l Washington Jan 22Te law of Kentucky designed t preventt railroads from carrying liquors io local option districts kqown sfdlY points in which the salt Sf jit is fbrbiddari figured in j kctslpn of the United St te- upremeUcirrtodaj in the cast of the Louisville NashviiU Railroad Company against thi W Cook Brewing Oompa y of EvansvUle Ind The court held thai the Ken tuck act of March 2171900 mak ipgIf unlawful to transport t to dry points wes valid as U intrastate shipments but it die not apply to intersttecomrnerc Bthr is a commodity said th court and railrqads must carry It whed offered for transporta tion from one State into dn countes of another State re gaidless of ihi laws of the latti1 state Free Wjndovv OF Heaven No 10 Send ii2fnames and addressesS of music leaders and and I wilUmaii you a copy arm new song book tojroafree No 10 is the best song book I have published JOHN BVAUGaAN A tbfFf GII Queer Physical Facts Matters In geoeranhy and physics appear to get a little mixed at t1mea Tho mouth of the Mlsalsalppl tesvS lerJ mliea farther from theceater tile earth than its source iwthtt It actually runs rphljl Also tbe seaters end bf the Pacsina canal la further west thaojtbfc ritstern p4 ItiebuM UkeabuU to bo aiire but for aI4I that It is A fAct 1L55 4Ij Break The Colt Now I A good manft farmers have colts or ytiung horses which they will want for work nexc spring or possibly to sell A wellbrokeQ young horse U w rtbfrbra 25 to 50 more thuD one not broken at anyone wilf testi y who has broken a wild one The time to begin to breaks tbe young horse for nextsprings service And all through the winter doing th work so grad ually and easily that the coll will cover know just when tl process took place AH animaltj rncludipgi men are creatures oik baliit and learn very lt w1104 rhueh slower than we- T think tYou cannot expect the young horse to move in the harness like an old horse because it has not yet llexrned what all thJT P new things mean It must lanall of them one by one ana ii little at a time Farmers Rom Journal iii Pound G i1tSLee ReynOlds chieff San of iffaiis at the some what TmoaU resort of Belle Bucknir alias Bickevt on Railroad SreeS J the section of Lebanon kno I1I RatRow wash tried in pplic ourt on a warrantchargiag him with selling liquor in l caIopStin territOry The trial riMed several hours and the jjury re i turned a verdict of guilty fixing the penalty at 40 dayg confine ment at hard labor and a tine rl S6t Another similar charge tisainst Reynolds will be tried rtrier Marion Falcqn 1 1t Nearly Frozen By The CM j Jim Riney Bin iiylying on the D inville Pike wear Grimes Hill in almost a flQMtl condItion bf sonce s0tll bOYt who were oh their wajr to claarqh eS1 He was moved at once to toM oIL of Richard Mnrr ll whi t Jlance1n illy revived and was BOM abs a be removed toisbowbesSle is how under the cit ota i phyicianLebanonl e t rVrte 4a Sour Ic 1 fGASiJIN FivRHiNUria fS 4 iiiii4SIv t Get rid of Indige tku 1I Or dyspepsia or whatever cilj ryour stomach misery f Drive out the aoarocM t 4stop44S Banish gas bertbar l IW kri1zinessheadachsssev ssss sfkt l sweats and bad ireBi forvr 11Get a50 cent box Gl MIONA tafc teta at HaydoB A Wll it tdi y Thy 4 iguarantor them foe My ef the jss irlamed Veor tot any ilmadi ij tress K No bettor prescriptienfeiagsaii LMIOous nn3 strong enough to digMt JiMi c 4 s fWt 3 5 fieW tyTaiIw YI r For Ladiei and Myl jfr meets made to orHy Drj JtMing ot all kinds sschai 1MI f and gents gar emta bfaiMMft quUtsaod 1draWriM aJw tb 4ledr 44S l j 7 call Phont 6 ij i Ii 1b W RAUJ 4UPrept J at 1 tut SS5St E r1t LtlIis of 11M EIii las Church wWr their 51rMbOE mci MI Ma ybefHr1 po 15 tIlNWSUAOt SFRIHGJFIELDkV wJ4ulIk1 aY9UMI tWfSI JOSEPH POLl i4f t aid PubBIliere Among the many good bills 0 that have been introduced in the present session of thnLegisla r lure is one providing that where t school teachers have been active ypgdeQp4Th profession for I fifteenyearp thev should be aq tbQIfiiito continue teaching wiJNlw urther examination or rentes j cf mtiCcat Tl flt liijire Abas beep 1 ai llosg felt waht foisobternedii1 1gilatknl W obr1iab rs in this matr la not open to contradicticn i Ober profession are different in rtgard to examinations fort a person aspiring tft practice m them is free to do so for lire whefl he demonstrates that he is oucje j compeient The lawyer pets his license and is through iit IB the I same with the doctor Yet we 4 talk much of placing teaching onp a professional basis and have not jet made this important step of encouragement to them The presen bill is a gpod one In thai is a step in the right dir ection We thiiik that when a teacher is competent she is al oDcitesbiit should be flual It is not reatsonable that shejahould be always harassed by being subjected to examinations with questions of fttentechnical the knowledge or ignorance of which is not a test scholarship It is a well knpwii Iictisevetioneknowswho has icarved on an examination board t that often the old teacher whose mpetencYls not subject to doubt often fails to pass jtn- eximit ation equal in per cent to tho young girl who has yet tciteach her first lesson and the i reason Is apparent it is not that bettertqualified of the two but because everyone is more or less of a tspeclalistin their Hue The oldSir k teachers work has often been I V confined to a certain line and the btber is fresh from her booiE with often a anperficia knowl edge of all and her examination isthe result ofa cram The sadie is true of the college grad uatei and the one who has stud led for the sole purpose of getting a certificate And yet the edu J cation of the two ISnotto be compared There is no why a diploma from oue reistr colleges should not entitle the holder tp teach The present system iis discouraging 10 teacD rsas it often subjects the thor tijporhumiliation of seeing one oft4p pupils io her school pass a better examination than she Yet this is not consistent with reason for jtgis as if She puplU knowledge was rising higher than tbe four tin from which it drank If We want teachers to improve w must give them encouragement and above all vbingA g ve them rcr ditr ffirtlattbej i and ellf I i wbat they learn J 1 V IJi Someone has mtrotn ed u bji into the Legislature of tots Stt u t to license the carryiug of cc n tcjaled weapons ogin btber words to license crime andL e bill further provides that tte proceeds ore to be used iq ro id I buildirg While we favor t 1e l uffding or roads we dp not be liqve the end justifies the means W believe In we right cf mje i to carry weapons in their neeet sary defense if Uis done openly and not concealed but we a rE unalieraby opposed to anyllliw that would authorize any person other than an officer to car ry concealed upon or about his p0r vsori a arClJj preaching would be tthe effect of such a law should our Legis a ture do what seems impossible and enact such a measure hjto law Do we want to tty to 4 mel If you haye the price jgo t Vfbrth and commit crme as y fwli1 Yet this is what 4 wwtMTbf doioif as we would be JSd8Iaff vslawM acts Da we V wsnI tts make tbe State an ac i 1 b ford the fact to the i comoiitt li in the kt8P And do we wanttolicensc des peradoes to roam the country and at the same time leave the poor unfortunate man who Iis unable to procure this infamous spriyllegaof wolveji The result is easy to see all would be forced to carry weapons those who could pay would be in the law and the poor man would be an outlaw Good men would have to parry their weapons concealed in order to protect themselves from the bad Yes it would raise revenue for the roads but the price would be the blood of ourbest citizenship Washingtop1 County and And oneerson County will have but Representative and Adair Cowl ty will be added to the present senatorial district if two re dis tricting bills pass the Legislature yet they will probably die an unnatural death in committee as tthey deserve to do for why should Washington and Anderson Counties be pne legislative district when the two counties have nothing In common Our iinterests commercial agricul tural and otherwise are differentti and a Representative eminently fitteJ to represent one would not be suitable to represent the other We are a different people witsd aifferentare thickly popu ated and each comprises a large area We say Itthis with all due respect to oui esteemed neighbor for we know that she will endorse what vfsay and we admit that she has as much kickas we nave The Evening Post of Louis vilLe i3taking the part o Governor Woodrow Wilson in his candidacy for President and iis advocating his nomination tby the Democratic party Now We know that newspaper advocacy isi hurting th9 Governor and it might be wise for him to call in more of his supporters The Governor has demonstrated that the is at least a poor politician because io seeking a Democratic nomination why should tie prefer the support of Republican pa pars whljh he has every assnr Inca will oppose hini in the tin alttest to the support of Demo ra ic papers which if they support liEn at all will do so to the eLnd Po prefer the Evening Post to preferQ IA Kansas Jus ice has held that i rabbit is not an aiimaIHe didnt decide what it was but it necessarily must he a plant otherwise it would be left out of cnss rValev Hill Kince thereare so many cor respondents here we ought tot supply at least oie letter a week and while one is gathering the news at one Corner the others can catch wliat is transpiring in the others thus taking in thefulll scnpe One however gets ranch rlr i appeirs p print the writer 10 criticised to the limit f Mr Berry Pinkbtin is around again after a three months ill nessIMr T A Tatum is not sow eli at this anting Mra Elugh Goatley has been the sick list Ion Mr M Reed recently s lda pair of work mules for 825 I1Lsoldtooats for 25 i Louis JRacowandqalf price unknown dlhitobaccodl Ray Pile spent Saturday night and Sunday with bis parents at rigMolntireMiss Martha Mclntire of Fred ericksburg spent the past week with friends here Iwifevisitedand family of Bardstown Sat teurdayMiss Virguitt Foster and Mr Ray Goatley wereguests ttt iha home of Mr Will Beam and eveningI Srping field spent the week end Ier- eIMr Thpmas Virgin and wife of Maud visited i heir Daughter ekI wife and children spent Sunday with Mr Will Shirley andwe of Hatdes ty tbIVrginia Foster were the guests of Mr Thos iReed land wife of BooKer Sunday Light Miss Ruby ONeal visited her sister MlJh Sam Derringer of Town the past week Mr Wash Tucker and wife ent Wednesday with the lat rs sister here Mr Eward Goatley wife and children were the guess of Mr Hark Shehan and wife Sunday Rictiard ONeal spent Sunday with Louis Ballard One of the bridge carpenters at vfork on Doe Run trestle between here and Booker was instantly killed by a block which was sawed off on top of the tfts tie falling and striking on the head as he was at work beneath He was a resident of Louisville Dr Hyatt Vas called here Sun day night to see the little daugh tercifMtsSlinpson gHuntsA nearsighted sportsman strolled Into a little hotel on the shores at Loch Carron and 4coraplainiiigy said Just seen a senl shot at It three llinep and missed It each time At dfiiner an hour later he sat iiex tto a tourist who had a bandage round his head Had an accident asked the sports nan Accident 1 growled the otLir teMpted nurder you mean I was having a both about an hour ago whine s qtbFSOt sbo part of my ear off I Qont know wh uch animals are allowed out wlthon license i Then silence reigned supreme =Lon- don Telegraph Lavithness In days of old luxurious people had cloth of gold placed beneath their eetIYes replied MrCImgglns But foostf tlmes were cotiparatlrely eco momlcal Now we want nothing lew o rpnsire than rubber tires botwetsn and tbi earth Washington Stn There Was No Music What la the greatest fib that evci IImpressed Itself on your ex rlen6 Snapper Wen by all odds tbe worst one I ever beard was that your quartet per petrat d last rJgtit when they came round to the house and sang There Music lu the Air Hoops Per Children The opinion Is expressed by men who bare made a study of exerciser for health that It Is a pity the skipping rope and hoop have gone out of fash ion Tor children It Muggested they are more excellent mediums fur tbe physical dev el pmtthan bicycles and roller skates Fbe fact that small children are al owed to bare bicycles and con Sc quently make no use of natures meat of prbgrcsslon Is offered as an objec lion to them The skliiplng rope und hoop require thgm tp rut and walk Young children should be enconragrd to do tblap much as possible and always wltt t springy step They need to use tut feet and legs and exercise that brings thee Into play Is beneflital In tho NurseryI Babies about n year old take a great thelioundthe mother pick them again or to hear the noise made In falling Tie the toys with soft strings to the childs chair and they will be easily rcplacvd Without any eff rt on the mothers w auras pert xjjj In Disguise Do you mean to say that you flrtefl with your nlfe ull tbe evening at the DA herTbafH sc Jeuced agiveablc how I to know erf EnoughTlic front that Scripture which teaches that your brother strikes you on the chr tyou should turn the other also and cnduiv MtrenIohIlDYvtry atlfutlroly while she empbanlzcd lilt fntl nud nftrtbc Inwoti the su liiihitindiiit rose to make a few re iDuUlUUh4youhfforMust about promptly answe fdl JobnnyJudja1 StoryTar Bismarck Uglnl1dIIJJbulchod a swans egg and how the putatlreJrIbrpa troop of lordly swans floating down the river saluted him as one of tbelr nicp Xh observed Bismarck It it long tim lirfori my poor moth t lUlIthl jit rxnuitl tiiii In ImtcUjDff til land nut produced u goose What the Color of fiboys Mean When you nterl1nyI arbor In the wGrld where tbn channel s yourIbuoys you will find that hose on ht as you pass In ai painted red d those on your left lack If you should see oue palntet In red and black horizontal bands it ship should n as don to It as po rible because at Indicates the cenle of a uarrow banneL Buoys with red and lack vertical an Iw mark tb fend of dadbynsiveuel on each side Wbei ed and black checkers are painted a buoy It marks either a rock In an i open sea or obstruction In the hi bor of small extent with channel all rounderIf there are two sue r obstructlona and a channel between em the buoy on the right of you wllj have red and white checkers and tj one on your left will have black atn wbttecheck- ers t Whim a wreck obsttuj s the channel a green buoy will be laced on tbe tea side of the wreck 1th the worJ Wreck plainly painted on It in white letters provided there a clear cjian nel all around It Oth wIse an even numb will be painted i white above e word wreck wbe the buoy iIs the right side of the ianneL and ala odd number when thenby Is on the Heft v jigOncelived a king who was said to be swlse that he could answer every quc hon that was put to him people ame froth far and near to ask his ad Ite when they were In pierplexlty trou le ordlfflculty One day there came in pld woman tired and travel stalne nnd bowing low before his uujestyj nbe said May It please your nicety to an s wer me a question Speak on sold the ng Can you tell me wh said the old woman having two yes and two e ars J have only one n uth Yes said the king You have two eyes that you may see erythlrig wellI You have two curs that you may hear everything wen ButI ou have only one mouth so tht yoji may not talk too much TALE OF Ai NAILI The Queer Way In Whi a Crime WO Brought to L htIDr John Donne tbt famous Eng II1Mhi divine and poet ib lived in the reign of James L t ta veritable Sherlock Holmes One of hIs famous exploits was as foltuvs lie was walking In the cburqivnrd while iaye was being dug 4rn the sexton east up a xuoldcring sir I The doctor iIdly took It Up and In h Baling It fount a headless nail driven 10 it This he managed tto tako out and conceal In his handke ihlef It was evident to him that mirder had been doue He questioned ie sexton and learned that tbe skuft was probably Ipr wasthIprHad he a wife a ited the doctor Yes What chart ter does she bear She bore a ve v good charao ten only the nelghbo gossiped be cause sh married the day after hor husbands funeraL She till lives here The doctor soon called u the woman He a kedfor and riifelved the par ticulars of the death i liar husband fladdenly opening his idkerchlef be showed her the telltnh mil nuking In a loud voice Madam do you know this nail r The womu was so surprised that sbrconte ed was tried and execeLondon ItBItaIApple viooi mg Berne people know jnly two war f preparing apples t stew or b0c them Try some of ttb ie old ways ofr presenting the king 0 fruIts t For float Apple maftt a nice apple butter or puree from t fruit sweet ened to taste and fla red with tbe grated rind of one lei on and cinna mon or nutmeg Ill the nin e the Ice to become v ry roM hotiheat t the whites of twi eggs 10n silt froth adding this to t e fruit which should now be in th serving dish When It comes to thej able cover the top with a cupful of ri a cream Jo make fried ap es wash and wipe dry some tart poking tipples rut them In slices a qu rtert of an Inch tbl knnd try them i butter until tender and brown D dge with powI dered sugar and Ben piping warm plates Caramel apples may evmade as fol lows mid a nklllet pU one cupful of light brown sugar and mcrbalf cupful of tot water Let bjn for three or COIlr minutes then dr p In flve nice rooking applis which ave been peel ed cored nnd ht1ec1ct these stew tf tho shop until Hiej ire ttn ler mid Huffy then tlrnln fb n out Into Klnss dish li unohcf wuiopsin han nvily one tiiitiesjMMU nl of butie melted with iu Iil unfnl of tloiu Mid over 4iN l1r 1 haf cupful n cnmm Vliti not M to ho boiliiUJ sirup stirring bristly iir several mln utea then pour over Dapples and r nH Ntlu It r1lhrlc1JI wlhl tItlkl g cI1J jjrl tii1rrdjroom Htiii uiikrd ni to a HfivTniiixseil11 cornntlig livi score rtirwi dye dOrrH Suuiulso be extIiud hare Just met your children with the ours By the way how umiiy have you gij itTho lady looked and replied Sixteen above nnd ientyfonr bc low From The Ct nfosslons of a Crldge Player by Qtil How Stup t Mrs Jones ireadliiK says ben that a iiiiuilciil mile 1080 foot ant HttUiile mile Is only r feet t1 Whj U Ibiitt thought n e was u iiillel Mr Johe xviilmui IIIIking up from jiapen Well a mi- iii utile bu Htnlute mill Is sured on drv land while n nnunful an Jild lueasureit the wnter UlltlJI know flOE things swell when fn ttir ldhIJIWbyHolno Journal Allan Winter GoejoRullia Allan Vlntir tlu Jrtt trotting stafr lion will du sirvho II Russia this year lie tits oeeii ink u to the czars doriHuioua by Frank ton who ha aiJust left ttihiibuiury jl tar his bird Visit luI lHtiii yen Cntou ha al trottinlInthat exist In ihe Vountli WinII 11Loult J too recently xe ured e horse from Al Pennock WliMrH tiner INEW TALESII THAT ARE TOLD jJustof the past tlierels more race talk go Ing on ultfng Broadway thou In the old ys Every but that Is presided over a person nt rill open minded Is sure to have a few oruier touts or track habitues himglng about readyj tb do the best they can Every one knows Dynamlte Jim Thornby said Joe Humphrey the oth day He may tint have made a million In tile racing game but he a lot of fun ollt of It yne timebadI had a string of horses at one lit the little western tthicks It was thr rule out there to fix the Judse before you started a horse The Judges expected It Tbornby bad liOn preparing n colt for a long time Finally he thought he saw a chance and nuyhojw he had to have the mocey He set that colt Jua soft spot cot down all his money o I DOSE THA7 op U1NB and watched It gallop in on the bit at 15 to 1 Thornby knocked down half tthe people on tbe lawn getting bank to tthe betting ring to collect Too bad Jim said the bookmaker Your horse ran third Thornby climbed up Into the Judges stand with blood In hIs eye lIe reach ed around behind him us he climbed and loosened the old Colt When be got Into the stand be found the Judge meditatively playing with jthehatumcr of one of these new fashioned auto matic pistols f a fi I reckon you done overlooked that hawse of mine asked Mr Tbornby fcowling a Not nt all Mr Thornby said fuef jJudge smiling I didnt overtook your horse Yon overlooked mcrCIucln a nti fir4 sStar The Indian of Toaay Thr progress tinde by tire Indian during tlile past trlu yours has giesfer than Inmo Umlar period beeDI tas advanced In ini1i7ntltn nnC atquired a working knuwledue of vartow arts dud Industries whMi help to pro Tldo for his maintenance Twenty fire percent more Iirlhins are elf sup porting than tea years aao more that this number speak enough LllKllsh fo ordinary purposes rind there Ire m tribes Rile Mary teducn Ire engager In lumbering iniim working on rail roads digging Inl atlon ditches and most of them wear citizens clolu s At the agencies all tin Indians are dressed In this way and the eturn of large numbers of youiw Indians clotlKHlai1 white men It Knidiittlly wearing nwsy the prejudices of tin vder Indinm who remain a Innne wnlle the thli dren are at shoo lrlgttMM1iilu IEngaaer1ent Cards Is hr askiti a the envelope that hail been banded to lnyI from the morning post She could the knot of ribbon and the tiny tached card through the envelope Well If tills Isnt the cutest thing 1 oversaw she prltd It Isnt a hub at all Its an engagement auiuiunre tncnt and since its Cwcudolyns It surely must be the vrrv lnt st wrln kbhOn the mlnltture card was the slugln wont cijRrarci In old lIIth itftrot hell On 5 curd jut beneath it earl flttligfy nKljcnlflcant In size Wii the name of the flniiTe while on tire latgcat card of njl was the full name of the bride to be The three 1wire tied together with a bowknot of whit- eribioaNew CS5y9 Puciy Motite York rcssIChildren nr often rrsd HUB theIr mothers sire tun uiltithr d nil iiiiliiuallf reproxe i1n Vii wltlnmt iasitt viiilii IIIIUIiIt lit ilniie Jitiil in iIW4lti 4j jrtflv r tnlf hi its nvn vtlnnu tJi J stunt dlret tidiv viii inuliiT lilly rr sinn le enjoys iiioile a few tlLiil1 ty ami soiiietfilug vmc lila lnniiiv tins ivnrkiti tL han the itiiNi1I liiHirati iIziyIhttg1iLthaei- lc Si bought In till leIlilt may Hie lit tle girl will tnvfrl li her nffii tliiiis ou a misshapen doll irobiitiiy made at IIlUllt Tho 8antnzfl At close of day The sandman gray j Glides swiftly on through Tw light Land Upon hU back lie bears a sack Well filled with dustllke fairy sand With gestures grand He fun his hand And scatters sand now liars now there 1 And tlToucli no brcezq May stir the trees The sand goes flontlneevcrywhere It fills your CCSfA id with surprise You flnil ipur eyellil drooping low When mother dear Says Sandmans here You shako your head but know Its so Vouths Companion Norviays Goat Girls rwitehesr tthem and salts them The lust tusk Is iteresinK She takes n little hag otIt4it nnd the goats vrowd alKiut leainu over ciuli others back for the prlrilepe of lIcking ties band after each dip In tht hag Sire loves her goats lud makes vets of thu young kldc No Happy Now Year For HImIWaiterCan wIsh you many fiappji returns sit- RounderNow Dont wish me any returns My wifes waltfag for ma a 1 WT f K I RAILROADI YjtL k Monday Februjniy 19 Arrival of 200 REXp tnisnd I Proteus Parade hi Nip hi Mardi tIS tThe Two Big Days February is and 2Q New Orleans 2250 MobiJe 1970 Lf PensacolaP45 i t Paradu COM de- Dl2 irr ROUND TRIP FROM SPfilNGFrELp t Hrt I Tickets on sale daily February J8tto 19 inclusive h 1i SLE EPING CAR 400 to450 ACH WAY s I WJ 5 LIBERAL STOPQVERSLIMit ON TICKETS IVIARGHJI8 kJ TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST for the round trip eatimate flr five day board and lodging atJOQi pert J day iu best privete homes or 200 per day at firstclass hotels t which add the above railrbadtSa7 wjjt Pullman fares For sleeping car reservation app y to any ticket 4J r Louisville Ccjmpany ii i i SEE RiPTiVEIOOKLETA AMM A v vvi A w wi ivwj44I1 fl I J t WE PAY EXPRESS ORDERY01JRCiOThEur I I FUllJU SAVE MONEY A-r Pr r f We Handle None But the Best IOurstocks larso that youhawo style and and f toselectstorLevys Special e Levys Special Boys iSuits lor Men 1 15I Salts with 2 pairs 5at u 17 olPwits and aUthejLeading Lilies of FURNISHINGS HATS AND SHOES cAAI4rOG 1 W iaaue a lam Wutrat pataloJwhioh weaend oa reque WE isO SEND SAMPLES tREE Mention this paper and write fully for anythinKyou want in our line and youll get a prompt and satisfactory answer And if anything you buy here 1 not exactly what you want it may returned and your 1CONTCT win be immediately XETOlfDID- HeaBers Retail HerckuU AiMcktiM RukMl FvMKdMM TCrtak tmn A House Establlsked S9 Years Ate TW Largest la Its Ltae Bright Tile TkiI uJ 4 I Spt LEYTSLOUISVILLE Market tt jlY o KY p Nov Yorks Pushcarts If UWIlshlllrfll xtriMV stano id vap ns en nKid the peddling uiIniK in NPW York city were placed to eitd In one unbroken line they could reach from the Battery to fonkers a distance of seventeen miles riirre are tbbusnndrf upon thousands f them and they deal lIn almost every hlnjr from a paper of pins to a house and lot from a pair of shoe laces b iibatoIii the pushcart business for a livelihood The business done has been conserva ttively estimated at more thanl5000 000 a year New York World A Can For Help MarshGoing away MallowYes My daughter wanu to I to come up where tire Is spending tbe bummer and meet her QancwT 8tLouis PostDispatch Ready For the alL You seen to be JpaQng around ome a good deal whenfortunet Express I 1 St PSc LamenessSloans ble remedy Tor any kind of horse lamenc s Will kill the growthof spavin curb or splint 4 absorb enlargements and is excellent for swcenyi fistula and thrush Heres Proof for4Mnacyartro ttt 3 linimentianyotheramedjturpa1ns rStoiDIhavent rr11t quajttTalL IIatethreeburIesmare that could hardly walk Asmusy G PaROute4CZ SLOANSLINIMENT is good for all farm stock iaysbeforedvisedtoi IltaseuudltnowlwsthreVdays IIAlmCllfwbutIA J McCAT sincefBoldbyaU Dealers Price 60CS100 ftctt u Kozisi Cattle Xo5s aid Po ltr7aWtfTM Adr Dr Earl SSloan SeMen Mans D I I IPet w a The The best part of the day a the evenin hen whole family k txlampvThe flkkeriog candle ire gcot forever Id thejf place conelhe cbnvcckntoii stove and the indutrcoublc Rcyo Lunp Other amtccemore but you cannot t a bttter light the loWpnced Rayo pvei It we pay alzsoit call a the lamp of UM American I IThe r Standard Company CtlnccrltorLtedt t iI Every Business Man i i l i I 1 BoysTiiert held In liii river at NttJtsgtriitii Kncland ot lath ago In ulikn rourleen nilitn gIrt ujrttripitr d tt e prlzt wasilnun It cvrtswoti by tht girt U the daughter of poor piirents rbI dlstnucf will three miles and slit teat the tennis boy by n number of tbeprizfIbeanam abl c uia do The boys of tthe World have to kick ouP further and faster to keep upfivlth the jjjrls Points of the Compass A lit tit hnd umt told bpbert to stauil rltfi Jior facf north tnd her rigId baud would be fihp east her loft burnt wfiUJil bo aP tb west anti tier lutilt wotiid In fltibt- outh Starting to Ro overIT tIlt tetiti er rMk1 New toil mo xvhnl lit froiilof AllefJilIlUh fcnnifrhflhi child repllid Mv tfluirtrls 1aAlton Orli I tl1ettrYes 1nd cdr relletl llr Coti Seet l Several ojf ihe gues t at Jhv ocrt iiivay w ere pfpased la raft It a weddluff 0ttbeauty and braIns UIUiJfebleINaaMa tn osa Pe- tlirBsPinT f Hc Y ppr Coughs and Colds iA Ja4 TuesdajHI or 4 t 1REXlOQO ann drd us Pr agent LampQthe have Riyolampsthan official family anywhereAkoil 4 l IteJePh IRatewho will girl teacher ymiiT i + ttbrought about raptafja u1tArmy noted ifor iris cniditlon awT enthUSlasltsaid you lock ttElift so much as take 5i r3islna1tbibilL r were all tatnag To wbIeb1tbere ws DunDntmo steiPl tor nUal tProof vof tjrd dq realIythtnk4gaLa xmuchpapers nay doctor CfrtauiiyHpiwi c of iny friends had a tefrtbieiexpi0 coca Xs iQe teftill of a stngtclUft be married Journal AmussDU tJ THE WORLbALMANJC Jl12 Erlitlo la thIs aet tolamt rI nliiiWr j jet I lufonnijfoa t tnvfodit IfWtrrVto nnd secant partlwtart iMU fOllpl of Cngu renI T compsrIoCanal 1Jt1 ditjDro4nctsjNcseai sad dIsin tntLl Hrutr iroi ailoie sad Isnoistiun W ajid1iiteaqt i jiowth L P dSea P4 WiI itta a4rt a jsiIUai Ceeiot rvrd I nbrserrenry aIi as mrr lr IpiveiiLfric4s 15tatfo 4pdu iiUo tJ tntsrperMit obt blab laIaj Iesth aimaa pnFp Ja lIip raPyrtttC tltrT 5i t f so itohbeIaUe er bIq ao snntdbethsaqu frtPi44c wSic=SSq fW tJ 1 Oi i ADRi G TBQRTOHH- RWDENT D NTItT tEETH EXTRACTED 4 felHOUt PAIN y OryiOB Hagw Block upRtha SPRItfiaFlELDr KY 411 Dental Work Strictly ift Firstclass DR J C III UnDo Pijjiciw lad Surgeon iJQtflce hours Sta9 amu Ito2 pm4 01ierverla dons Dmgstor v Jfl tampton tD Office in Otera Hiwse 4 t oosOrtfec Thane Ne 8 Residence No 38 W F0RIGSBY ATTORNEYrAT LAWS Otice over Peoples Bank lPuNbFIEr1 KY DMW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 4 in ti 12 m4 to 5 pm JOHN V MAYS 4fUERAL uiKECTlj c AID LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY19a41GlT74 SPRIN5FD3LD IT lJ m fF TRUSTY PRACTICAL t t DENTISTCDSOfflce over Haydon Barber Pental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed J SPRIIGFIELD ICY RailroadScheduTe Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown arid Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 LeaVed Louisville at 4t30 TJ nr Bardstown Junction t 522 pm Bardstown 6C6pn arrives t Springfield 055 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a rn Bardstown 645 a m Bardbtown Junction 730 am arives at Louisville 820 a ua No 43Leaves Louisville ai 720 am Bardstown Junction 555 a m Bardstown 1005 am arrives at Springfield 114D p m X No 44Leaves Springfield att 100 p m Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p m Mule Stampeded It was In the battle of Stone River ft raw Koosler recruit In one ot GrosV regiments got Hery much la terodod II the fight iIt was the first Ufie he smelled fire He bad been long enqugb In the army to learn Its lang and used it zealously The fellow fought like a WgerHe loaded Ic a good deaJljeaa than nine times and fired whenever he could see a head His whole sour was In It By err time he leveled and fired he shout edt Heres your mule snap bag1s heres yqur mule At about the twentieth round a confederate sharpshooter stuck him In the fefl arm He looked at the wound with amaze ment and with a sort of spasm ejatj ulated theyre shot JDeJ then laying strlpclaid them down deliberately and rail to the rear with frantic energy It wit evident that heres your mule had ctampededT The officer who dcscrlb ed the atsaid It was the most lb I dlcroua Incident he had ever wit nessed on a battlefield Rosey laughed at It until the tears rolled own hlff cbeeks i f CancerO4 In view thn tact that meat and especially fresh meat is comparative ly very cheap In Australia and Incon sequence Its tiS probably very much more general than In any other country It may be Interesting on accountt 6f meat being frequently ssoclated I wjth cancer to note the Incidence a r this disease In 1908 the total number jot deaths reported In the Commonwealth was 4642 Of this number 2921 or S29 t pet coaL were duo to cancer If the population Is estimated at 4500000 the IncidencCj would be one death per annum in every 1540 of the popula tion This rate Is very much tower than that of the United States Great BrltaIn or Germany Medical Record iV Pork favorite Chinese Food iThe Chinese eat little or no beef The Weef consumed In the empire lIs clJlefly the food of foreigners nut tlie natlyes are exceedingly fond ot pork and consume vast quantities off it Not only Is the native article an excellent grade but Chinese pork Is retailedt at a prlco far lower than the mere cost of vroductios la this cpm try Amerlwm pork could not coy Rtiwlthrthi of Cilma erei If theTC ie K itioB ci traBporUtlrjK 1I I 1 TOWN ua J itVHiHlHVilHHVH HNMMHW Local Happenings oMnteres The Freshest and Latest 1t t If A1IAutYurse1T Friends and Acquaintances Q FPR SALE200 squares of I Asphalt Ready Roofing CL Price When fh town drop in and look over EC and lOc counter L McElroy Shader FOR RE TUSabres ot ground Ipply to Mrs Laura Vestj FORSAri1OL1eyearljtjgmare- mule colt and one yearling filly i Edgar Linten See our 5a and lOc counter Ths exceptional values will surprise and please you McElroy Shader FOR SALE15 first lassbredSOW duo to fatten the Jast of February or first ofMarch- G0DDRD GRUNDY D Ranted to farm sell or trade for other stock 1 DltOkJack15 hands bigbby Old Clark J F KEENE RL D 5 Fresh supply lOc candeis just received in which we have some specials to offer vou this month McElroy Shader t Just l peda new lot of 5fe and idc OOdSYDU will find most an thing you want on the counter DMcElroy Shader FOR SALE Baled Orchard Grass hay IL W CLEMENTS The ladies of the U D C will miet with Mrs J S Clements next Wednesday afternoon at 2 Clock pm When you need coal or lumbers the BIG FOUR 01dKeut GWjn Bob and Peg t W K MARKS SONS j FOR SALEFirst class Time thy Hay and baled straw B D CLEMENTS 1Qr W T Barhette formerly elf Mackville Ky1 will locate in Springfield about Feb Istand will baJa an office over Leo Hay dons drug store Dr W D Powell of Louisville will peach at New Hope Bap List Church Sunday February 4 atll A M and 3 P Mf ev erybody cordialtyinvited to hear turni There will be a Regular Com munication Springfield Lodge MondayiI1jjAll members are hereby notified Visiting brethern invited Work jin the Fellow Craft Degree R E 0 LAWSON Master The examination for diploma of graduation from the public schools was held at the office of Suoi J W Bush Friday and Saturday and Omar Burkhead andNaman Burkhejid pasfeedsuc cesafully and will be given Di plomas whicu entitled them to enter High School To make roop for winter layers for a limited time I offer a nice lot of of pure bred S C R L Reds early hatched cockrels from 50 cents to 100 Would spare a few pullets and hens if Ordeied at once Abc four nce Berkshire male pigs and five registtrMRss G TUCKER RF D 1 Barn Burns On last Saturday morning thet large barn of Nr1 Marion Craw isIcovered in flames The origin of the tire is unknown and was discovered by Mr Crawfords family about three oclock when tthoy heard the roof falling in There wasa quantity or tobacco in the barn when it burtied Tnere was three hundred andi fifty dollars icsu ranee on the to bacco andl thr2e hundred dollarst on the barn Organ Recitar rPMr Fillison Spieden assisted aissitcd by Mrs McKiutiey violinist wll give an organ re dial at the Baptist rcon next Friday nigh Mr Spieden U one ofr Louisvilles most prominent organists and alLwhq attend sill bo Assured oarmussicali treat lher wiriTbe no A mision1l charged anrfjwerv tyone iis very cordially invited to TOPICS rf attend For the purpose of de J fraying the expense of the even ing a free viII offering will be taberf The recital will corn mence promptly at eight oclock I Mr CharJeyMoore has resigneed as 1Lebanon andIand Mr Thos P OBryan has been appointed He will drive a surrey and wi1 carry bundles and pea sengers between the two points r1 am now In position to make ladies and gents garments of aUE kinds as well as try cleaning dyeingt altering and pressing I Give me a callPbone6R- Spr nKfi Jd City Tailor F M BA UMBA ER Prop Winning HIiMr Walter J Matherly who is a stu ent at William Jewell a College at Liberty Mo is win ning laurels having been elected IIov I IC Walterthasyears and is makinga fine record Struck by Heavy Timber While working on the largeS trestle over Doe Run near Booker Mr Edward Evans a KylEwasingupon him A number of men Itabovabove was sawing off alarge tie and when he saw it was falling shouted warning to those The others ran out of d belowI but Evans became conru ran in the wrong direcion the timber striking him on the head crushing his skull e Double Wedding b A double wedding ceremony was pronouncedSaturday at St Thcmas ChurchJn Nelson coun to ty by Rev Father Breintnert The contracting parties werehMr Louis A Mudd and Miss Sallie Thompson and Mr Leon ard Wheatley arid Miss Florence h f Thompson The brides are sis ters both being daughters of Mr Joe Thompson who formerly lived in this county Mr Mudd is a son of Mrs and Mrs W C Mudd of this County and is an iindustrious young farmer Mr Wheatley is a son of Mrs Laura Wheatley who lives near Springfield and is a young man highly regarded by all The two brides are charming young ladies ands very popular in their comccuni ties Cecil ochrn The first publication of the banns of matrimony was made at St Dominies Sunday between Miss Roxie Cecil of this placeSand Mr Virgil Copbran of by Iud Miss Cecil is the daughter t of Mrs Teresa Graves and tho groom is a prominent business man The wedding will takp pfece Feb 15U I Adams Thompson Mr Nathaniel P Thompson and Miss Mattie Lou Adams ere married at Lexington lat Thursday The bride is adaught ttter of Mr and Mrs D T Adams of Harrod burg anq is a popularb and attractive young lad i who will be much missed br tb young people of Fhrro4 Jburgv81 however their loss is oujgam and we gladly welcome er to our county And as for l it weI all like blmHe is a son f Alice Thompson and th late Nathaniel P Thbmp or Sr and is an industrious you far Dorand a very worthy 01ilngJ nan who enjoys the con clence r of everybody They will estde on his farm near Liwe fr LmrkinClements The Louisville Evening Post of Friday contained an a count of the wedding m New j l any of Mr J Reginal Clemet sand Miss Mary L Larking Thel ceremony being perform oy Rev Father Ryan Mr Clem nts is a son of Mr and Mrs Tom Clements and is well nownI here HiUBadgelt Mr Leo Hill arid Miss Bet ia BadJ gett vere married at St Rose esdayI attendantswere Mr Walter Bad gett and Thpinas Edelen Thie mrido is a daughter of Mr TPTBadge and is popular and attractive yo rig lady with ahoatof friends while th groom who is a ion of Mr and Mrs JJ B Hill ffengaged in business in tpuiaville Kentucky Immediately following the eremony they left for LouIs ie wnere will make their home Ijneyhaverthey congratulations of many Jfjflends Smith The 12yearold son o James mitldied Sunday nigh after afshort illness although hi health ad been bad for severs years uneral services were coat ducted St Dominics Tues ly and- uriatwas in St Domioii ceme tary cWheatleyMrs Etta Whaatley died aiher hbme near Mclntire last Suudar hnorning Mrs Wheatley was 33 Jredfs of age t and was a daughter of Mr1B Hill Several years ago she wan united in marriage to Mr Robert Wh tley who j with two children survives j I Prior to J her marriage she was enga a for sev rul years teaching scho in this county and was redconedi oe of the est always discharging er duties conscientiously and liked b the chit j dren whose education was submitted l her charge and giving iltisfaction o parents as welL In he home she was amiable to all and aft ctlonate usband and children Fun nil services were conducted at St Ro Monday after which her remains to ether wither infant child were Is i to rest n the cemetery there Sale v j aMrshome near Litsey Sui lay night I after a short illness o pneumo t nia She was a daughter of I William and Annie Hardesty and was born Marc St 1832I within a few hundred yards of the place where she ved when t he died On March 1849 she t was married to Re Richard Sale and to this at ion eightc children were born sic of whom survive s follows M sans Evan and Mit Sale Mrs WtH Yin ey Mrs Tom Snyjaer Mrs Mattie Burns and Mrs John y of Olclabdjna Mra ale was a most excellent woman haviog all those characteristics which go to make no le womanhood In manner sb was quiet modes and rather s inning the public notice She via woman who took pride in laving her own home what she thought it should be She ra aed an ex cellent family all iiwhom are pensFuneral conduced at Pleasant Gro e Tuesday by Rev W B Uiams and urial was in ihecemi tery there OPERA HOUSE BDTH a WHEELERS 1O1iI ALL NEXT WEHK Anderson p EljmerrAndewtondied at 81Mr Hospjtall m Louis last W lAlfhlShealth oad been bad tor several years jit was not qntiia short time ago that a turMffoii the worse was noticed 2hfrentins were brought here anrfiUf uil was in Pleasant Groyp cem tery Mr- Andenson t Ias bQn 0i the Slate Frank Anderson lAud was thirty eight years of age HQ was born anti rearedlo th county and was for many at1 one ofthe coun tys best school teachers He was a tnaueff very brilliant in tellect andbY studious applica ducaIItonmarried to10 MisS Ruby Pjttinger of QethsemaDe who with one child survives Mr Anderson bad for sevral years been employed in the Revenue and by his usinesa servlceI putatiunlotBe wasalvivai highly regarded here wberelje had many friends McElroy uiI Mrs May E McElroy died at her home harefaf ter an llluesa pf cancer aiMra McElrcy was born iin Lebanon Ky March 22 829 and tkstbe Daughter of Dr M 8 and PriscilV Irvine LebanonluntilR McElroy which occurred Nr ember 4tb 185I She is survived by her hu band and the following children Mrs W C McUhord Mr JbhnS MoElroy and Miss Saliie QElr2YL of this ounty and Mr 0 H R McEl roy ofC Kansas City Mo and Mrs Finley Scruggs of Okla oma Funeral services will le- onducted at the Presbvterian this ajorning at 10 oclock burial mbe in Cemetery Lhill Mrs McElroy vraa a woman of noble character bell ved by a large circle of friends She was faithful in the discharge ot every Christian duty unkind toward none and charitable to all She lived a long and useful llfre theI Influence of which will remain long after her death The Smart Guy WhiTe it is unjust yet it Is true that the bad acts of one person are ofteu laid at the door of the whole communi ty We thought of this a short time ago when a show which came to our town was giving a concert on the street nd some onethrew several snowballs into the band one striking one of the performers in the face causing him to take his comet from his mouth The party doubtless thought it very amus ing jftt we can find no words sufficient to eXEJress our contempt for suchan inexcusable act The performers were doubtless led to the conclusion that they had gotten into a tough place and thus aU have to bear the qdium of such an act We dot know who the party nor do we care it is his aetwe- ondemn and we object to being made the victim of his fo- llyECN Al Mr W B Ballardof Louis ville spent from Saturday unLUI Monday here Messrs JoeRiney and Herman Smith have r turnedfr mLouis ville Messrs Richard Spalding Arthur McG ll and Haray Shaltz were in Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Mudd of Barditown visited Dr an- dMtsJC Mudd Monday Mr Evan HagauYwaB in Leba non Sunday J Mr 8 McGill aQdfrW F Grigaby were in Bardstown Sat urday on business Messrs Ralph McGiU and J C Shader Jr were at St Marys Sunday Mr Hitner Llntoo who form erly kept a store at thjs place was in town Saturday Mr Geo Edelen Jft spent last week in New Haven1 t Master VanArsdae poe spent from Friday until Monday at home and Mrs Joe sltbol IMr wn have returned to their after a visit to Mr and Mrs Hugh Leo SmithtJ Mr and Mrs ttidTob son of Louisville attended thi funeral pf Mrs Johnsons vsigterft Mrs Robert Whealley MJohn Griffsby suffdred a tttroke of Paralysisr fHon F Giigsb r was in Lancarftjar Monday i Mrj Walter Leachman who has been tjuite tH iiiimproying Mr G D Duncan and Harry Goodin who anffert MViVe falls on th fIcy streets rec tll4rtr IDproyj i J r I LEARANiili11sSI IALLRemnailts I Odds and Ends Iy II each Department r I I IJri b i r J ks Cloaks and Suits at half Price Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoat at Cost iI IrdI t Mens and Ladies Sweaters at Cost I AttraciiveBargains ineveryDepartitient I Specialcl Ptices w On Table Linens Napkins Towels Waist and Dress Pillow Linens Linen Sheetings Cotton Sheets IILinens made Sheets and PillowCases Bleached Shirtings etc I Just Received New Dress Ginghams for Spring I JIew Rugs and Mattings I fILIIV col L Lii INCORPORATED aL Iri 32 CENTSe Record Broken This wejl in Price and Received That there is some tobacco in Spring field is demonstrated by the fact that every Livery Stable and available barn has be n turned Into a temporary warehouse and extra forces of hands have been put on at alt the warehouses in order to take care of the great amount of tobacco It is safe to say that this week has seen a forger omoun of tobacco in Springfield than ever the price has kept pace With the amount as one large basket sold yester day for 82 cents and the cropof which it was part averaged 24 cents There have been several crops that averaged over 20 cents Fenwick i irMrs Bert Fenwck spent Thursday night with Ma Wit Thompson at Litsey Miss Annie Shewmaker speht Tuesday with Miss Mary R JaDes Miss Ethel Rogers closed her school Friday and returned home that afternoon Mr and Mrs Clarence Graves spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Teresa Graves and family Messrs Steve Begley and Len Spalding spent Saturday and Sunday atLobarfono Mrs Georganna Anderson and daughter Settler Mrs Elmer Anderson and little daughter Alice visled at the hdme of Mr and Mrs Thad Anderson Saturday CHI Misses Ethel and Verna Rog ers were the guests Sucdayof their cousin Mary Janes who is on the sick list Mrs Teresa Graves sold to Mat Hilton a sow and pigs for 15 I MlssAnnle Shewmaker enter tai ed a few of h friends un day afternoon in a very harm lug manual Mr and Mrs Jessie Robertson of Loutsvilla are visitiug friends and relatives at this place Miss Clara Hagan and Mr Aloffutt Wheatley attendee church here Sunday morning and were thguestsof jitlr ana Yrs Stanley Rogers ia tin nfterooon s lweefeVIand Mr add Mra J R M Allis ter yisited Mrs GeoVganna An derson Sunday evening Mis LeonaHGraves waq the BjtbLl J Mrs China Tumey was palled weekionberl Bister Mrs Cnumley Shewmakerj9pen i gomery visited at VYiilisVurg Sunday j Mr Elmer Anderson dieS in Louisville Wednesday evenng of a complicitiuu of dwaases He was taken to Louisville a finjoperacome aU the medical aidin this wurd c uld not save him He uaJ been a patient sufferer for top last few ye ars bdJdnot realize he was going to die until a short time before he died Hews k an honest upright man i highly educated haying laugfi a humber of schools arid was well liked by all who knew him He leaves a wife and child mother two brothers and twosisters be sides a bost ofkrIends and other relatives to mourn hisath funeral services were conducted by Rev Walls at Pleasant Grove l1fll was laid to rest In thc e terlJhere This community ei tends sympathy to the bereaved ones Hillsboro Mrs Mary E Snields and Miss Nannie Kedling spent from Saturday t until Tuesday with Mr Perry Ruby and family Mr Ciarence Dear inger spent Wednesday night with ilia father n ar Tdtbim MrEytn Hal qin utd wife pent s ent Ltstl3uud4ywIth Mr ind Mrs Frank Yancy Mr Edriunby LId wIihtvei- iiovedto their naN home ndltr Jeffersontowti L Mr Milton Shieldstpent San day night with jutiiiArlastroag Mr Pitch Gooi1uy tdillspent SAturday aid SQHiiy With MrrjS t1uMr Johq Ar tr rltii iiy Messrs Tom Baker apd Wal ten Hanby aJI spent last week with Mr Ed Hanby of Jefferson town Miss Leona Crow spent jtfofr Mallie3hieldsi Mr WalterJEanby spent yieral days with Mr Clarence Dearinger Ti MrW 0 Ron and famity ire now located in our midst Mr Milton Shields is spendlpfr several days with Mr Era tua Shields 4 T X Mr H ward Kelitigspentone QtIClr ence Daarirfger wc ff REPOIT OF THEr L First NationalWri it3 jp as made to the National Bank fh ner January 18 1912 i T t t RESoURCE Leans and Digcount J 3 Jil t 15342UrlationBanking house furniture 4bOooRedemption r Cash on hand and due foai sorBanks 456W865 a iri ToW L 4od- LIXBILIiiEs 4 l Capital Stock 5oioobxt Circulation 5oo0oo urplusfund L 4Z55SO5 Undivided profits lees cx pansea Bills paIdlJ 455421 r tIDpoltsi 1Hts TotalJ 4 A G McELROYasjiiet f i SwHtrem5eNI J 7 Sow InIwliW I top Uie t ground Greatest JegiiM leWiiiizer good hay sail pMUri Erice9 arid growltBokhoraSEd CQl t ftriy We desire be taaikesr 1 isfe fillnessJrli It luf p At M Mt M tnHt lN r ir 4 JfyL ft North tLtW3YOTA GRAY JErJ4qAhPAmT 4 AUL 8It iiit41TnzWnZS WASKING tn1MIIirArilwrTiUiamHIvr cf bJ2r le V f vv rTEP AvI The Latt GoodlsyI She eThljjjtted no butward sign of agltaUea fcahc left her position and s1Qlj adtljifeed toward us DainUly mtmi hersklrts to keep them from coitfct with the weeds under foot hot bead rOscd proudly her ej d a lit disdainful of It t she pauscJ lt ftirj Caton I Lieutenant she questioned in a clear tone which seemed to command jn Mwwer I bave always found you kindlYCiafofw me as to the true meaning of alftWfr Hehesitated hardly knowing what tsrtfly but her Imperious eyes were I StaInIerNmadame were about to settle B slight disagree atlit means of the code Were about she echoed scornful ef all deceit Surely I heard shots as 4 I CUM through the orchard OM Ire has been exchanged he reluctantly admitted ffA4 Captain Wayne has been woudV I was ot aware until that moment U1atJ1ekad even so much as noticed 7 reBce Very lightly madam 4H1a oppoaent escaped uninjured eat a bowed glanced uneasily to wart Me and then blurted forth 1m putaCreiy Captain Wayne fired In the ilr madam ATMOet delightful situation surely she said clearly and sarcastically 09 would almost suppose we had wholly reverted to barbarism and that ear boasted civilization was but mock ery Think of It and the proud dill data taker face held us silent not six Hunacothat house yonder was ihesceme of a desperate Battle With la Iii bloodstainedl rooms men fought aM dkd cheering In thelragony like herM of romance I saw there two Mea battling shoulder to shoulder agatefrt a host of infuriated ruffians r seeking to protect helpless women They wore dlffereut uniforms they foUflwed different fiagby the fortune yof wr the were enemies yet they coiddlght aad die in defense of the weak I thanked God upon my knees that I had been privileged to know I such Men and could call them friendsiNo aobler truer manlier deed at arms wu ever done Yet mark you no aooaer la tfcat duty over scarcely are their dead comrades buried when they forget every natural instinct ofla of gratitude of true manliness and Cat each others throat lity two HUbtdeaed beasts I care not what the MM May be4he act is shameful tad aa iBBBlt to every woman of this liottehold Even as I came uponthe Ield voices were clamoring for anoth IiIr shot In spite of the fact that one AitoOd already wounded Wa aiay he excusable but this Is not war Qeatleaen you have fired yourllast shot oa this field unless you choose to make me your target 8h stood there as a queen might and commanded an obedience no man among us durst refuse Brennans flushed face paled and his lips trem bled aa he sought to make excuse Edith he protested you do not k now you do not understand There are wrongs which can be righted in no other way v 10 not care to know she an 4 swered coldly nor do 1ever expect to team that murder can right a wrong Murder You use strong terms The code has been recognized for ceh tunes as the last resort of gentle menThe code Has it indeed what gentlemen Those of the south exclusively of lte That might pbssi blypardon your opponent but not yquw for you know very well that In the north fap man of any standing would ever ventur to resort to it Moreover eves the code presupposes that men shill stand equal at Its barI am lln t brined that Captain Wayne fired In their He hesitated feeling doubtless the ueele sness of further protest yet she permitted him small opportunity for consideration Major sue said qutet ly but firmly VI should be pleased to have you escort me to the house These words gently as they were spoken still constituted a cOts mand llcr eyes were upon his Wee n f aid ldo uU uot ho read vlthfn them that he 7ould forfeit all nerirespect he failed to obey Yet he yielded witItl p exceedingpoor grace Ai It seems Impossible to on1 tIa uehe admitted bitterly lluP1pose I may aa well go He Oaad fronted me his eyes felowjnfr Jut understand sir this Is mere a cessation not an ending I bowed gravely not daring totrnsllt yieldVCaptain Wayne she said glancing back acrosa his broad blue shoulder and I thought there was a new qual ity in her voice the sting had eiome way gone out of it I shall esteem it a kiadaee if you will call upon Me before you depart With fleamre I hastened to re Ir1 surprise at the request al wt kkla ve of BDeech but I r Shan compelled to ienv n once as my troop is already under or d are I shall detain you for only a moment but after what you have passedKhrough on our behalf I am Unwilling you should depart without realizing our gratitude You will find ne In the library Come Frank I lam ready now We remained motionless watching them until they disappeared around the corner ot the shed Brennan walked with stern face his step heavy she with averted eyes a slight ismlle of triumph curling her llip Then Moorehouso ed and t pheaway By thunder but shes right he exclalmedemphatlcally I tell you Blamejmeone answered and without ex changing another word we walked to Ig ether to the house There 1 found the remnant of my troop standing beside their horses chaffing with a dozen Idle Yankee cavalrymen who were lounging on the wide steps The time bad come when I must say a final farewell and depart Not the slightest excuse remained for fur ther delay I dreaded the ordeal but no escape was possible andl entered the house for what I well knew was to be the last time My mind was gravely troubled I knew not what to expect how far I might yen ture to hope Why bad she desired to see me again Surely the public reason she offered could not be the real one Had she only been free a maid whose hand remained her onto surrender as she pleased I should never have hesitated never have doubted her purpole but now that could not be As I knocked almost timidly at the closed library dQor a gentle voice said Come and I entered my heart throbbing like a frightened girls She stood waiting me nearly fn the center of that spacious apartment dressed In the same light raiment she had worn without and her greeting was calm and friendly yet tinged by a proud dignityl I cannot describe I believed for an instant that we were throughmrmyeyelfel upon Mrs Minor com fortably seated Id an armchair before the fire and I realized that she was present to restrain me from for getfulness But in very truth my lady hardly needed such protection her speech her manner her proud constraint told me at once most plain ly that no existing tie between us had caused our meeting Captain Wayne she said softly her high color alone giving evidence of any memory of the past I scarce lly thought that we should meet again yet was not willing to part with you under any misunderstanding I have learned from Lieutenant Caton the fUparticulars of your action In connection with Major Brennan I wish yourIand esteem you most highly for your forbearance oh the field It was Inc r a noble proof of true courage May I ask why did you lire In the air lHad she not held me so away from her by her manner I should have then and there told her all the truth As It was I durst not I felt convinced that if my bullet reached Major Brennan It would In jure you I preferred not to do thatII believed It was for my sake you made the sacrifice She paused then asked in yet lower tones Was myI name mentioned during your conten tionI mean publicly It was not Caton alone Is aware I refrained because of the reason I have already given you Your wound Is Jnot serious Too insignificant to be worthy of mention Sho was silent her eyes upon the carpet her bosom rising and falling with the emotion she sought In vain to suppress I thank you for coming to me she said frankly I shall understand it all better comprehend your motive better for this brief talk Whatever you nay think of me in the future antshe held out her hand with some tiling of the old frankness In the ges ttare do not hold me as ungrateful for a single kindness you have shown J have not fully understood you IIme Wayne Indeed I doubt if even now yet I am under great obligations which I hope some day to be able to requite at least in part UA thousand times they are already- r d I exclaimed eagerly forgetting fig the moment the presence of her client chaperon You have given me UfeI In terrupted her cheeks aflame I would rather forget Please do not I did not send to you for that only to tell you 1 knew and understood We must part now Will you say goodbye hIf you bid me yes I will say good bhI answered my own self control brought buck Instantly by her words and manner but I retain that whJnh do not mean to foreet your I WomanVOrtheQuIet 5e4 IIM the MOua system as n pure glycerio extract of native medical plants fortyynhysteriaIwMbeheirregularityJsrfef Deeter fkrec PrescriptionI I As a pewcrfel iayioratiad topic It Favor J3 Prescription imparts strength Ie Mw waeli systea sad fit particular Ij the organs distinctly feminine debilitated10VJ generallyJittMy dtocaa was called rrtroverslon writes Mas Lvvra KcDoN t MB of Ueeocta Utclu Eouta l elalU and numb ipelU sad they would leave mo vwry weak lIaTt7Ji IcHammatlcn and thev i doetMTMU I had ali Wdncy I months with our twn1 pbyden said I would eZ operation ThenI eteppia ti modldne Atertsk1nrtbrcebottIe ofDr lierees bettertMnPiercesjtirad feeling Thesetemedle have helped her ever so much In a shortthus We have treat faith Iq your nwdlctaes for female troable w1 rmtt Jaduce mlltllllltUrzbowd mortmemt or invitation to tno IcractObWoraa with parted lips as though she struggled to force back uttercdlhet1It Is not my wish that you Aoulda IWas there ever such another par don of a woman I knew not how to read Tier aright for I scarce eyer found her twice the same Which represented the truth of her charac tfrrher cool dignity her impetuous pride or that gentle tenderness which befitted her so well Which was the armor which the heart of this fair lady of the NorthfAs we rode down the path to the eastward a snowy handkerchief fiut teredforan Instant at the library windoW I raised my hat in silent greeting and we were gone CHAPTER XXXVII FlagThe bitter struggle had come to those who hart cast their fortunes with the South It seemed almost as the end otI the world I had thought to write of those last sad days to picture them in all their contrasting light and shadow but now I cannot There are thoughts too deep for human ut terance memories too sacred for the en I rejoice that 1 was a part of i t that to the lowering of the last tattered battleflag I remained con stant to ihe best traditions of my house I cannot sit here nowx beneath the protecting shadow of a flag for which my son fought and died and write that I regret the ending for years of peace have taught us of the South lessons no less valuable than did the war yet do I rejoice today that having once donned the gray I gunvoicedIt is hardly more than a dream now sometimes vague and shadowy again distinct with living figures and his toric scones I require but to closo my eyes to behold once more those slender lines of ragged weary hun gry men to whom fighting had become with life Isynonymous pass again through the fiery rain of those llast fierce battles when in despera tion we sought o check the un numbered blue legfons that fairly crushed us beneath their weightI I saw It all I held a part in it all Upon that April day which witnessed the turning of the llast sad page In this tragedy I stood without the Mc Lean house ankle deep in the tram pled mud of the yard surrounded by a group of Federal officers Within was my commander the old gray hero of Virginia together with the great sllebt soldier or the North Few about me spoke as we waited in restless agony4 No one addressed me and I think there must have been a look In my face which held them dumb I know not how long I waited standing beside my horse with head half bowed upon his neck seeing theI figures about me as in a dream At last the door was flung open and those within came forth Ho was in advance of them all In that pale stern kindly face and within depths of those sorrowful gray theI I read instantly the truththe Army of Northern Virginia was no more Yet with what calm dignity did this defeated chieftain pass down that blue lane his head erect his eyes undimmedas dauntless in that awful hour of surrender as when he rode before his chesting legions of fighting men Only as he came to where 1I stood and caught the look of suffer ing upon my face did he once falter and then I noted no more than the slight twitching of his lips beneath the short gray beard v Captain Wayne he said with all his oldtime courtesy I shall have to trouble you to ride to General Hills division and request him to cease firing at once I turned reluctantly away from him knowing full well In my heart I was bearing my last order and rode at a hard trot down the road between long lines of waiting Federal infantry I scarcely so much as saw them for my head was bent low over the saddle pommel and my eyes were blurred with tears The sun lay hot and golden over the dusty roads and fenceless fields trumIandlong columns of marching troops- squadIfragment of the fighting men of the Confederacy making their way home ward as best they might As the roads forked I left them for here our paths diverged and it chanced I was the only one whose hope lay west ward Silently thoughtfully I trudged on for an hour through the thick red dust My horse sorely wounded in our last skirmish limped painfully be hind me his bridlerein flung care lessly over my arm Out yonder r Felt Convinced That If My Bullet Reached Major Brennan It Would Injure You where the sun pointed the way with streams of fire I was to take up life anew Life What was there left to me In that word A deserted despoil ed farm alone awaited nfy coming celyaItroop of cavalry drew my mind for an Instant to Edith Brjennan but I crushed the thought Even were she free what had I now o place at her proud eetI a penniless defeated homeless man t At a crossroads a Federal picket halted me ind I arous ed sufficiently to hand him the paper which entitled me to safe passage through the lines He handed m er back the paper and motioned me to pass on I had gone a hundred yards or more when I became aware that Jiowas calling after me Hey there you g1l1backbil shouted lOrbld on a bit As 1 came to a pntno i4s vmaccu r anythInghis cap and pointedaJ JtThat officer doming yot der wantsIto speak with you fl AcroSs the open field at my right h siddeningroundr midingmoment his lowered head prevented recognition but as he cl ared the ditch and came up smillni I saw it was Caton By Jove Wayne but this is llucky he exclaimed spiinglng to the ground beside me Tie actually been praying for a week ist that I might see you Holmes o our serv icei told me you had pull through but everything is in sue confusion t1atto hunt for you would have keen the proverbial quest art a needle iin a haystack You liave been paroled then Yes Im completely oit of It at llast I answered feeling o the full the deep sympathy ex pre ied by his face It was a bitter p but one which had to be taken l know It old felloi and his handgrasp on mine tight ped warm ly If you have been baten there Is no disgrace in it for i other nation in this world could ever nave a coPlpllsb d it But this rae a case of Greek meeting Greek irid we had the money the resource and the men But Wayne I teiyou I dp not believe there is toda a spark of bitterness in the heart of a fighting Fedefal soldier I knpw Caton I sal and the wotds came hardyour ightlng men respect us even as we them It has been a sheer game of rhich could stand the most punlshnii it and themdowrl hthati ending to so much of ho suffering and sacrifice dhavesurvive have a wonderf I work Be fore them They must y anew the foundations they are t be the re ShomeI smiled bitterly at thl designation of my Journeys end t IYes If you can so ri me a few weedgrown fields and a acant negro cabin I certainly shall have to lay foundation anew mod literallyIIthe yWillquestioned eagerly I ossesr some means and surely our riendshlp is sufficiently established t warrant me lit making the offer Yc will not refuse I must I answered Irmly Yet- I do not value the o er the less Sometime I may even f mind you ofi it but now I prefer t dig as the others must I shall b the stronger for it and shall thussoO er forget thettotal wreck For a few moments e walked tin together In silence eac a leading his hotseI glanIIthe effect of his words lid you know that Mrs Brennan wj again with us I was not even war She had been IOhyes Immoicame backonly last w Jk So many wives and relatives of the officers have come down of lat knowing tho war to be practically an end that our camp has become co a huge pic nic pavilion It Is quit the fashion able fad Just now to Isit the front Mrs Brennan accomp led the wife of one of the divlsloi commanders from her stateCo lectlcut you know I There was much I mged to ask l regarding her but I wid nqt venture to fan his suspicions In hope that I might turn his though l asked And you are you yet married He laughed goodhi oredly No that happy day will rat occur until after we are muster out Miss Minor la far too lloyal Virginian ever to become my wife v lie I continue to wear this uniform By the way Mrs Brennan was asi lug Cella only yesterday If she had eard anything of you since the surr den She Is at Appomatt xtben1 No at the headqiJ rters of the Sixth Corps only a w miles north from here And the Major Caton glanced at ne a peculiar look in his face but a swered simply Naturally have lad small inti macy with him aftc what occurred at Mountain View bit he is atlll re tamed upon General StfbrUans staff At Mrs Brennans rt iuest we break fasted together yeste ay morning but I believe he is at the ther end of tho lines today iWe sat down upon a bank and for the time I forgot df ister while list ening to his story ji love and hli- plans for the future j His one thought of Cella and the them home so soon now to be rnaj ready fdr her coming The sun sain lower into the western sky causing Caton jo dray dqwn his fatigue cap until Its glazed vleor almost comrlet ly hid hs eyos With buoyant ei Ai lasin ho talked on each Avord diawl ij me closer to him in bonds cf frig idsblp But the time of parting caw j and after we had promised to corr spoad with each other I had stood atid watched while ho rode rapidly ba down the road WI had traversed fiigether At the summit of the hill he turned and disappearedIemort cl arty tfian Ic per a torture to my memory or defJ her face faii smiling alluring yet the face of an other mans4 wife IT1 r CHAPTER ixxviif My Lady oflf he North houghtfullyhope and plans wl h which batons optimism had Inspj d me Suddenly there sounded beh mo the thud of hoofs while I hear a merry peal of laughter accompa ed by gay ex change of words drew aside lead ing my horse Into small thicket beside the road to nit the cavalcade to pass It was a 3 oup of perhaps a omcelsthepresses and smllli r faces made a most winsome slg They glanced curiously aslderat n as they galloped past But none pa sed and I merely glanced at them ih vague intones my thoughts olsevnere Suddenly a horse semed todra back from out of the center of the last disappearing Party I had led my llnj Ing horse out into tho road once m 0 to resume my Journey paying set wely fhe slightest attention to what ivas taking place for my head was gainlhrobbldg to the hoi pulse of t sun The party of strangers rode slowly away Into the enveloping du4 cloud and I had oiom w ka a Jow sweet 1POtalnhaveIShe was leaning down from the addle and as 1 glanced eagerly up to her dear eyes they were swim ing with tears- Forgotten Never for one mo ment I exclaimed yet failed to perceive your presence until you spoke You appeared deeply burled In thought na we rode by but I could not leave you without a word when but1otlCaptaln Hex There Yoif GrayBackl He t Shouted and love to Inspire youfor your other yet lives Truly it makes my eart throb to think oifthe upbuilding outh1tI trained by stern dutythat these states are destined to rise bove the ashes of war into agreatIness never before equaled I feel that now in this supreme hour of sac rifice the men and women of the outh are to exhibit before the world a courage greater than that of theIbattlefield It Is to be the marvel of the nation and the thought and pridet of it should make you strong It may indeed be so I can but be lieve it as the prophecy comes from our lips I might even find courage o do my part in this redemption werelyou ever at hand to InspireIShe laughed gently I am not a Virginian Captain Wayne but a most loyall daughter of the North yet IfI I so inspire you by my mere words surely it is not so far to my home ibtit you might Journey there to listen tto my further words of wisdom I have not forgotten the permis sion already granted me and it is a temptation not easily cast aside You return North soon Within a week I hardly knew what prompted me to voice my next questionFate perI lhaps weary of being so long mocked for I felt small interest In her prob able answer Do you expect your husbands release from duty by that time She gave a quick start of surprise drawing in her breath as though sud denly choked Then the rich color oyerspread her face My husband she ejaculated in voice barely audi ble my husband Surely you can not mean Major Brennan tot But I certainly do I said won dering what might be wrong Whom else coujd I mean And you thought that she asked Incredulously Why how could your How should I lave thought othe- rwlse1 exclaimed my eyes eagerly searching her downcast face Why Caton told me it was so the night I was before Sheridan f he confirmed It again in conversation less than an hour ago Colgate my Lieutenant who met you IDa Baltimore hospital referred to him the same way It I have been deceived through all these months surely everything and every body conspired to that endyou borer the same name you told me you were married you wore a wed dingring you resided while rt camp in his quarters you called each oth er Frank and Edith From first to last not one word has been spoken by any one to cause me to doubt that you were his wife I recall starting to explain all this to ypu once she said striving vainly to appear at ease It was when we were interrupted by the sudden com f Ing upon us of Mr and Mrs Bungay Yet I supposed you knew that you would have learned the facto others The last time we werefront gether I told you I did not wholly un derstand you It Is no wonder when you thought that of me 1 am going to tell you my story Captain Wayne It is not a pleasant task under these circumstances yet one I owe you as well as myself This may prove our last meeting and we must not part under the shadow of a mistake however Innocently 1tmay have originated I am the only child otStonlngtonwas also for several terms a member of Congress from that State As the death of my mother occurred when was but fve years old all 1l1lffathers love was lavished upon me and to aft d The KIlieys Are keij 4J OwrWoiL Unhealthy ildflejs Make Impure Blood Wen aad t nnpealiby kidneys t re re- Gponsiblefbrmu sicknessaiidsaffcring 4 therefore if kidney J trouble js permitted to Uatfiiu serious rc rfO are most likely t6 follow Your other brgajas may need tentionF but your kidneys jnost because they do JDQstaud- shouidhnve attention first Therefore your kidnpys are weak or out of wiser you can understand how quickly ycur es tire body is affected and how every orgaL seems to fail to do its duty besdntak1ngI Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will convince you of its great merit effectorSwampbladder emedYI is soon realized cxIt stands tub highest because its remarkable health restoring properties Iiave been proven idihonsanas of thamostdist s lug cases If you need a medicine you iiiSoldpunphltt telling you ike rtxTuriuoc hqw to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis SWllmpRootifsomethingyou do ys will bdisappointed grew up surrounded by every advan tage which abundant means and high social position co jild supply During all those earlier hOle my playmate and wasmostlBUmarcompaniqa of I the Major and the son of Judge David Brennan of the State Supreme Court As we grew older his friendship for feellngwhichIfound him greatly valued him most Ukedtt continued his constant companion yet experienced no desire for closer relationship My position was ran longbeenhouses that our two families with bethusmy decision severely Nor would Charles Brennan give up hope When he was twenty and I barely seventeen a most serious accident occurreda runawayIn which Charles heroically preserved my life but himself re ceived injuries from which death In a short time was inevitable In those last lingering days of buffering but one hope one ambition seemed to possess his mindthe desire to make me Ids wife and leave me the fortune which was his through the will of his mother 1 cannot explain to you Cap tain Wayne the struggle I passed through seeking to do what was right and best but finally moved by my sympathy eager to soothe his final hours of suffering and urged by tny father I consented to gratify his wish and we were united In mrrlage while he was on his deathbed Two days later he passed away She paused her voice faltering her eyes moist with unshed tears Scarce knowing It my hand sought hers where it rested against the saddle ilowlyna prosperous banker in Hartford a man nearly double the age of Charles was named as administrator of the e tate to retain Its management until should attain the age of twcntyone Less than a year later my father also died The final settlement of his tate was likewise entrusted to eSJ Brennan and he wad made my guard Ian Quite naturally I became a restI dent of the Brennan bouaehold upon the same standing as a daughter tie ing legally a ward of Iny husbands brother Major Brennans age and his thoughtful kindness to me won my respect and I gradually came to llook upon him air tost as an elder brother turning to him In every time of trouble for encouragement and help It was the necessity of our business relation which first compelled me to come South and Join Major Brennan in camp as he was unable to obtain leave of absence i was obliged to make the trip Not until that time Captain Wayne In deed not until after our experience at Mountain Viewdid I fully realize that Major Brennan looked upon me otherwise thin as a guardian upon his ward The awakening period pained wasII seek to retain his frlendship for my memory of his long kindness must ever abide I am sure you will understand and not consider me unwoman- lyl In thus making you a confidant I can never be sufficiently grate ful that you have thus trusted me I said with an earnestness that caused her to lower her questioning ees It has beets a strange misunderstanding between us Mrs Brennan but your words have brought a new hope to one disheartened Confederate soldier I niust be content with hope yet I am rich compared with thou ands of others infinitely rich in comparison with what I dreamed myself an hour agoII held out my hand There will come a day when I shall answer your In vitation to the North You are on your way home meltrustingfuture I may feel worthy to come to you Worthy she echoed the word a touch of scorn In her voice her eyes dark with feeling Worthy Captain Wayne I sometimes think you the most unselfish man I ever knew Must the sacrifices then always be made by you Can you not conceive it possible that I also might like to yield up something Js it possible you deem mea woman to whom money is a god No I said my heart bounding to the scarce hidden meaning bf her Jm petuous words 4nor have the sacri flees Lways bc n mine you were once my prisoner She bent down her very soul InIt her eyes and rested one white hand upon my shoulder For an instant we read each others heart in silence then shyly she said lI am still your prisoner THE END Some Women Have No Hearts complalnlnrthepathy In the world And then he offered a personal ex ample He said hi went home from hli business on a recent afternoon and wayHoterse the house Well Mary said as be dropped into a chair got a bad scare Just now AS Ient around the end of the car 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