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1a the came f Mhit seer The career ef Ickwab bebea alaeet attedcr Thee are aeitkaaa the aw t c- oslru 1LLJtad4Maea aC raat Jartaaea la tata eewtry 1t 1c a iraa that to yow rer thaa the atea irtth fertaaa awae treat oil aaf the rattreat Telepat atef a taar er K a eaatory ate Tweatylre yeara FN few at these ma had evea tha aaial iiaiBBtin of a fortue rI atettHfHaeat eseeptlea their foit tvraaaiac aa late callllloatf have been l are McIIlaly w Inaugurate aa4 the Way wu auak la Haraaa 4 aarher MILLIONIiI j L Vue Present ifs tha rri4yr Teaaeea tecttty Telia af Utaa Frem Poverty ta Wealth preelleatP of totMjlBarley Teaaeee socIety told tho story at ate riae from poverty to 4wealth power ail Ihiueace la his tesM say la the United ftatea court yIITaaaeea eaaipaay against the Burley F Taaaeea NeWT Is belay tried before YJai linn glllater- laW teatlataay Mr Le Dos to d haw he begot whem I years old by plktSc feeeeaerrlea for Betsy Hob eel he vet ling hill of the proceeds afthaaale i Afterward he was eaiployei la a 1 Jfj c eeuvtry atare two yeara at a week aid later werrdtatll 1902 laMhe V Beeataaa wareaauae at a awathly teal seemsOaiatHiei that he la now the possessor af tN acres af the finest blue grass vlaiti ia i t a J y r lie w lit iiArThereii hi a 4mple Garment Kaaeaa City Mo Herman Aseae i a taller teak Ue to cotat the etMekee ta tke Salt goat ke rude He fewi 12M7 2S8M atacklae atitchea aa4 tlS7 aaai atitcheerke aaaevacei T fibs e aer day Tfcr eeet was a fourkuttoa aaclc tJWity4w ri iMkei keg ant stag efiMiaelT ejMHT Career Nleeei in Bu4 Aa aatiieiac tale ef a weutirke baa dk eeatea frees Belgiuat Iteae Taa e revl ate4 11 clerk ia aa oftce la I t JimeiiU WM seat by his eaployer to t We tiN asariaa ekpiat sad weUireeeei youth re Meat M a private betel MtoaUked tW iBHirnrf the bows ky nuking iaie kk frirate rooM kraaikkiac a tHti j Vfa r We Jtertaaatelr tiehi ttee akKfer Mav aai 4t r ttli 7 At WM Meenaei Tac Mrt te t aU a14trit rMy ia parckeeiac a fL HJM ef jli aia kalrea ete JIM k4MM a iol Ute WJun Iia er ills to Mali farther twki Were let ttaf Wt ills CaWon there te Ur iety Nh K a 1MW F THE ITNEWSAi EIJIISEMANI COLLEGE i I Davtroyed by Fire Last Fri day Evening 7 With his solemn vow otsilence ever presentia his mind Brother Hubert a monk at Geinsemnni College made frantic but futile efforts to warn students and m str actors vesterday afternoon when fire broke out in the kitch en and finally was compelled to shout its warning which was carried through the domitoriesi aQd study and music t o stbe seventy students enrolled at the institution and thmonks formed a bucket brigade to fight the flames which however destroyed the college building with a loss estimated at 25000 The studen s at Gethsemanii let night were scattered to the tour cornfirs the nnjority em t Th having come toiouisyjll seek shelter until the rolls g authorities make some arrange ments for raising for them The fire which was caused by a defective flue was discovered by Brother Hubert about 1730 oclock in the afternoon in the furnace room Almost befog e he had time to get our of the build tbpkltcheprogress toward the dining room and tthe study hall Brother Hubert resit rtink the anger to the students who wer 4n ntour1tory collegetbreak his vow of silence ran to ibuildiag and picking np a lam of coal hurled it through a win dow in the music room r tQW G flaydeu of Owensboro was in the room at the time When the coal crashed through sceriainjthe j gesticala a tin g wildly Des tie the fronts efforts of the monk Hayden did not grasp the meaning of his gestures and started to turn from tbe window Pear for th ekHasse made one last effort to male t Hayden understand him then realizing his failure cried Thii house is on Bro get out quick Hayden ran through the boil ing spreading the alarm arid monks and students rushed the yard and formed a bucket drig de l = ii I a Gethsemani College wasshuar ed on the Louisville Nashville railroad fortynine miles Past of Louisville in Nelson county The college and monastery are- located at Trapplst Station a mile Tiorth of Gethsemani Station The fact that no provision for fighting fire had been made and tbe further fact that i he only lad der about the college ewas hardly longer than an ordinary steplad der madeit impossible to fight the flames successfully Nothing has been done toward seeking a temporary location forth achopl according to the students who came tioLouisaillelast night and until provision made iior them a majprityof the stu dents probably will remain in this city x Getbsemani College was founded in 1851 be the Trappist Fath ors of Gethsemani Abbey Ii was chartered bv an ante of the Kentucky Legislature in 1868 The site of the college is high ground surrounded by beautiful wooded knobs and pleasant alley and one of the advantages claimed for the institution has been Us seclusion sad remoten- ESS from the detractions and excitements of life in cities and large towns Louisville Courier J o rualI Colds Vanish lTHE SENSIBLE OVERNIGHT REM EDY FOR SENSIBLE PEOPLE After you have upset Your stoma with pills powders and vile nostrums and still retain possrssiogof that ter rible cold do what thousands of sensible people are doing Do this Into a bowl three quarters full o boiling water pour a scant teaspoonful mePcover witha 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 HYOMEIjcatarrh asthma croup and catarrhal deafness Arrested DelerterI 4 letnt Wednesday night for Lexington officeslotr key a deserter from the army is a son of the late John nrHde was born in Marion but lived totp4st of his life in Washington count He enlisted in the army tin October of last Year and de feer ted from Colombus Barracks = Ohio Feb 7th He heard that Ohinf Thompson was oc the look out for hiu and came to Lebanon and surrendered Y sd esday morning There is a ij ward Q50 ri offered for his arrei Marion Falcon Sour Stoma ifIGAS AND HEARTBURN STOPPED IN FIVE MINU s Get rid of indigestion jij Or dyspepsia or whatever you call your stomach misery nt Drive out the sourness Ifil Liftoff the heavinessIjjl Stop the fermentatioii owjfood Banish gas heartburn jnoulbreath dizziness headaches nervo ness night sweats and bad dreams foij ver Get a 50 cent box of MI ONA tablets at Haydori Willett day They guarantaa them for any of the diseases named above or tor any tomach dis tress No better prescription fo indigestion was overwritten MIO NA makes the st mach vigor ous and strong enough tc digest food without aid For salebi Haydon Willett and druggists ever where tI Tale About Oldn Smith =Charles P JJoi Mnoney native Hard n count n e Q ft the following in his pope the Me phis Commercial jColj hat in the ring bnc s to mind anincidentin the litof old man Smithwho lived in Pardin county Ky not farl rom ElizlT bethtown Smith was a pi in farmer cgusionalleh y he would go to toii for a days fun and his progran iaoof frolic was the swapping of horses and hlsltyfHis wife vas oppo led to liquor and particularly op osed to her husband drinking IK lor Sometimes she w aid bar old roan bmith from he house Smiths way of test g his wife r frame of mind or his retort i inthebat was thrown bac r to him by Mrs bmitb he weni to the bam and slept during ter night I the bat was not tos jd back followed itandsp it the nigh t in the house It would be interei ijng to know what the Republic i party willl do with the coon 1s hat E1 Town NewsJ CASTCPIAFor The Kind You Have AJways Boughth i Bears the Signature of WELL KNOWN I HOTEL MAN rWasrr- ledat Bardstownr Bardstown Ky ep2Q George M Talbott fiftyseven years old proprietor of the Newman House here died at 1 o sins r today of pheumoniax after an ill ness of ten djajs Mr Talbot was in excellent health untilJ about ten days ago when a blood vessell in his throat was rup tured dnriaga fit of coughing He had beer confined to his be practically since that time Mr TaSdot was probably one 1of the kest knows hotelkeeper Kentucky and enloyed a wide acquaintance outsideof the man of joviall disposition aDd W regarded as I1bUityland brothers Benjamin aud John Talbott and two sister Mrs Charleston h of Lan sville an Mrs Robert Smith He is jsoII simx children ji To The Public t As the Southern spa ia shining over the hill tops and sprig in near I have the atest novel ties in spring and sum ller suit tugs over 500 patterns to selectt rom and the latest exclusive fashions to be mide by aud prices arranging from 12 50 to 1000I Samples new on display to the public Come and see them and red1su1red1 Phone 0R F W BAUMBAUER Prop fAnEarly Insyranee ScherrieV laauraite ei woman worker In 1786 the leaping of the poor rates gaVe Irthtp the pro posalof a Universal Benefit Society Mr Hackwood summarizes the sChemef In his good Old Times Every 101 borer between the ages of twenty thirty years be notes earning 1 a day should contribute to a national fund 2d a week and every woman earning 23 a year ld weekly and when sick or disabled should receive benefit at the rate of 4s a week wi Is a week addedfor each child The were of course many other detai ithatthe chief Interest lies in the tactI this was perhaps the earliest pro posal for the national Insurance of the laborer against Invalidityb RE Business and PoUtiesIi A public speaker said that wheeas it Is often said We have too much politics in our busiqess we certainly have too politicsHewts dom in his epigram witlipolihesn itkrun political affairs as if they were outside the reajm of business as if it were a game to be play ed undor other rules than those pertaining tto business Now the truthISi of course ofccvdgovernment is a business anda big business at that So we shonld consider politics to be the business of run nine government and apply to governinglBs as much business running a city or a state of the nation as It is can ducting a boiler shop or a pLw tactoryIThis doe not mesa that one Y uotlydvonfshould be given charge pf gov ernment Indeed there are a lot of business men who do not know a great deal about busines in thebroader sense and there are many excellent meta of great business ability who are not en gaged ip the industries In bs ct many of the soundest rules rf businesRjhavo been promulgated by scholars whose only bnsinets was studying and writing gopdbusinanyinterest in politics but who would be of great benefit to hem selves and the rest ol the co mgr sty if they did Politic3 beneath no mans dignity jany more than Jthegoveroraentmader er fltismacs business to take an inter Eat in politics asit is t take interest in the nrarkets of t world For in the final analysis all business mast depend upon p Ltics Dayton Ohio News + One Excuse for Chewlnf Gum After all the sarcastic comments on internbdIispeofffAmerlits favor Dr La Grand Kerr wilt e t that one of the most trying problems In Infectious diseases of children ia randre that lnfectlolaas occur as a result of u a diseases in childhood occur because TheI1i II 1 1IIII I I State8ewasa 50HEAD B EDSOWS5O I I I IjJ j I v FRIDAY J I ff 1 t L Sale will be heldon the farm 14 mile EC tof Springfield in warm sale pavillion I putthemwillhaveEverybody tI AUCTIONEERS V 1 ItjFred Reppert Dectur Indiana H L IglehaiI Elizabethiown Ky r I Chas C Wheeler Buechel Ky SMCmp f llElizabethtown Ky v IIIIWritefo CatalogueEU I S MAlESp Jtar L ii a t Ii 1J SUBSCRIPTION 1rA lEA L i 4 JP t t r 8AKiNa4owiwi Absolutely Ptl o 1 ve pure and wholesome foodsure t 0 r CresnirI TH L will pl fJf t Royal is the oiily bla f t t powder made hOlD Royala Grape Cream of Tartar n M Aam UIJIM M 1 ti Brakesman Kilted r The sects n crew under Mr H iabouti Biggfnbthan an L Ni brakesman 28 years of aRe l ing lj beside the railroad track a halt mi e this side of Penick oadly wounded and In an Huron scious condition He was brought to Elizabeths Hospital in this pvberetis I was broken left shoulder crashed a ioti i his back beside many brnKes ssand possibly internal injuries The unfortunate man died four hosPiheconsc shortly before his death and stated that Tie h d sUpped aud fallen from the freighV traip The remains were conveyed lo Kearns Smiths add prepared lor burial and later taken t Rocky Bill for interment His wife and two smaij children surviye- Mr Hsggenbotham was a brakesman da No81 asouth Abound freight that left Lebanon at 2 45 thatmorning The acct dent occured about 41 miles from Lebanon and the man la exposed to the inclement weathers eral hours before discovered crewMarIHnFa1con STRANGE CRATER IN ARIZONA Geologists Have Offered Several Tli ories to Account for ThIa Singular PHenomenon About forty miles from Flagstaff Aria in the midst of a great plain there Is a aucershaped hollow about threequarters ofa mile across and 600 feet deep The rim of this strange crater rises between 150 and 200 t obdvo the surrounding plain Roc fragments are scattered for severe l miles around the crater Among thes rocks many fragments of meteoric iron some containing minute black diamonds have been found The In ner walls show that the crust of tll earth was broken when the crater w a formed yet no volcanic rocka existt there Geologists have offered several theories to account for this singular phenomenon One is that an immense meteorite made the bole and that the meteoric fragments just mentioned are remnants of the falling star Another theory ascribes the origin of the ter tea tremendous explosion of ttea lathe rocks beneatfi and a third com thatj11n the neighborhood tot heated mc t the cause of the explaipa Laa Nwedayttne war tkat Ue Italians found that guns la the Tripoli torts spiked If that is meant lit erally they must have bees guns et mainly antiquarian Interest The expression spiking guns is a survival from the day when all tkatJ was necessary to put a gas out action provided of course that you j had access to Itwaa a large nail orjpike and a hammer You dap drove the nail Into tjie touckkele ti tire breech If the nail was 1eIIC enough to turn routed at the end ai the bottom of the bore ao mucks ike better It Ic Just as staple perhaps Itta pier to put a modern gun sot as j UQB All you want it atMbreeck block ot the BKerB vntf to after threfthe U J a tarsi or two or ikree teckee aMrnthe tkreftds By kaoektac A Mrs ea these threads yu ptsreoi t seat er gaftac Aay attempt te ire flee jpm wtbMwt tbs kwtit tdodt t eir petlalt tr woutdfI of warps1a iNcJ gtfathtitra to tae erisit i tWould trait SlI Cons1r d jH F Hillenpaeyer ia a card 10Itt llast year the corn wiltpelf t matured and thei fprft tW ll be IIY is spring especially uartli Ie fur seed Be tb refpr urfi kll farmers totttest their wedl eora suggesting the iollowiBg method fIiLettbefarD1ears at random alltt frowi srmiddle of each taftVilTt Ira oat eOlet him cover a plate or pan with moist flaiael cotlom batting or sawdust and apr j4 nicely the 100 grains cottrfaf wltn flannel kept wet ami amj Where rust a day tCBioeratur of 80 degrees can ba aiBiatiMNL Toe night tcmparmtajs ifcay ba keptamoietbat spiRtt Ipi week he will know ihw growing perJcentage tto a nteeiyy COllUT IJVOlVEDIIM sCJUKWUJ- Rueelan r Mlnleter te ChfR Ita eiWith Freneh tlrf aM Fattier PurestThni it a Pe nftCGt E eiea minister to CLiaa ef ige and a grandfather XGtoetfri a fciui dal by elop11lC vary a4 unusually pretty Preach girl ef 17 whose parenta are poll kHwa clety here jwldlNhpigtail aai aIL DIloatse laWrVMi n tloa la expect u FNTlwrrfiIJgh potlCfoa la Ute tPlee as 11s MO vernally reapected fee fehirM w a4e tNiUc Jlael alan diptoaaia hers tklait etkerwiee slEetstackI Revolver la bait Petty seerre4 tare but let alaliag u 1IJtrhllInside at last ke fowl a CMa ee jfwhom HihartskYjbraePearya revelver kai iUfwtoei farx11 u a sailorid eseaf i em alar PeeryeJWM l a te MMeiaatKr Peary has applied b thelr airjnlnlster to kytha waeie aiery titters the Car peraeaelly Cewf KeMete Tier IlgolICfMll ta ftrsleesiwgir tkeWwt tJMt bllM Peary k tke MA ItttM NKaj r 11Jo CALLS ELHWA 1MH nm tal t Pew Mtmlur ef DIr P wkMIW iNew Tolft PNctlat foMr stirs N Y eaiesed aa fill lmt sad seats for tkeir fripai Cat J Reilold who s a New Teekfta a slghtseelnir triy The oliwCetl raise te the oily M oae of e M eat ieleVkUea ef twenty atea aai tke eoieaei wae uet IMeatber eC Ute prty Trae1 sFIsterei at aa uptowmaegtfi M tb aeaa err tti a braettettlppestlstt Jrst utaWt 01rltMate ef Get ReyaokU Legit after the party arrh iJewiat tieriaac ire eehrerei I ketel pMBrkter trJMMtn Illil Keratea eMer i Haai wt Ja yerr WeI a gltrttrebwt dr Dera Tke aoW- XeyaeUe ziea eaaaril ilift Jie wus gseatt WIW rabt9eiirr II lie eat a11r a r t T TW J 4wiI wL I QSLfADfR NG FIELD KY Oll 4 i +trTaoaYrJIUMIlY t dMS L W PIPOt N j Editor uJ Publishers f I That tbIIS lja for M re crylDKdemaTdI Tthenumber of divorces 5I ividtflca by the fact that in the i SSIhrrliN Circuit Court now in sea f Silon aV Elizabethtown there are t en even divorce soils and TSJii is all tthe more alarming 1 whei we stop to consider that aHatdIncouDtV is not bye Vfn tins matter as the records of ilmpatriilUhe Circuit Courts in demonstrate tint theJtlieStte f7 marriage tie is lightly consider i d Marriage is no longer re 1 garded as being the sacred insti fution that it is No longer con sir idereda a life long indissoluble sUtM but on the contrary it isi ft ooosldered as some article Brlchandise taken on 80 ortf Jdajr trial after which the parties 5 aj may rescind the contract iif they so deaire There are several f causes which contribute to this t state ofaffairs principally which dl iSvprce is obVained1and the parties stjrH by Jaw to resume the sin gle atnte that a more rigid en eBforcement of law is required Jn this particular or rather a t more strictlcompliance with it iis pSr4t WOO questioned While di vorces are necesSary from public policy so as not to keep a good woman tied to a worthless mane and vice versa to keep a good iV man tied to a worthless womao 4 yet the right to again marry I shod be withheld at least from the party In fault in order to pre yentmor her from wronging another worthy person a rid blasting another life They Vould thin look before leaprig aud stop to consider that they were entering upon a lifelong undertaking That this tend 0flLOYito lightly reg a r d the marriage state is fostered 1 fby1 fads and fancies of the day wfiich are being instilled into our j youthi in the smallest hamlets as well as the larger cities s Itvtfpt 4o be gainsaid Another pSlight chaffy and too often im moral l character of the literature3t L from which jouog nfinds drink ia the poison of their lives r That these are evils which teed correction is without ques Stion yet they are to be met with firmness not to be rashness bbY reasonand riot by intolerance To eliminate divorce we must stKke at the cause not at the runfortunate effect It is too late when a daughter or what is left of her has to return to the par ental roof because of tne cruelt of the one who has vowtd to love t honor and protect It Is too late when the life of a good man has J been destroyed because of bis r wifes perverse nature It is too late when little children in all itbeir sweetness and loelin BS bloomluginfancy are pullei irom one to the other the exdopk p J their parentsbeing the thint 0-t all things they should tnot fo low f SCOTTIJIJf j EMULSION t has helped countless tkousands of thin weak delicate childrenmaci- ctki stront plump and roistIIt creates an appetite ale tM fills the yeiiifi jIfitkrich red Hood After ittnesft or loss of weight from any cause k Win j strength W a d fleek quicker than aytagL-rt1 l MoL anweasira 1114 Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus Rhubarb Roses Peoniesf and Phlox Efcrjlhing For Orchard Lain IandGardenFree Catalog No Agentee H JVHilleiraeyeru Sons Lexington Ky cause has already produced its effect the only thing that can now be done iis to ameliorate the eFecb as best the law may by de creeing that they sbould live separate and apart but absolute freedom should never be given The principal preventive is to root out the cause Let parties who would assume the married state hesitate before entering in a hasty marriage something Itthat would more seldom happen iif they were made to know that the step were irrevocable and a state of life whose only termi nation is death Yet all these Itthings are promised in the mare riage ceremony which unfor tunately has come to be a mean iingless formality Keep from Itthefamily reading table maga zines with such impure mental toodaslhe Fatal Love Wed ded and Parted and kindred stories Back to sound princi so right and wrong away with popular fads whose only inI duence is to lead away from sa9 ity and right and whose tend ncy is to destroy what is noblest and test in us About one year age a lady called at the City Hospital in Louisville and left her child say iing that she was unable to takei careof it She took her depar ture and the child was taken in and cared for by the hospital autboritiesUoiI a home could be found for it Fortunately for the child a good home was soon ffound where the little one was taken in as a member of a good family whohave become very of it A few days ago the mother uf she is entitled to the so called returned to the Hos pital saying hat she was now in better circumstances and could take care of thechild and asked tbatiL be given her but the Hos ital Authorities after investi gating the matter and finding that the child was perfectly contented and well cared for in its neV home and that the persons who took charge of it were un willing to give it up refused to grlnther request Their action was entirely commendable as the welfare of an innocent is more 1o e considered thn that 1any inhumani parent who would castoff a child in order to get rid of cariug for it Fenwick Vi Herbert Shewmakef of Oklahoma visited Mr and Mrs R E Shewmaker Friday night Miss Maggie Smith and Mrs Alex Smith were in Springfield Saturday to see their ntice Mtes EJna Smith who is very ill with II TubfrculosisI tJrdayIpith Mrs Lizzie Anderson andI family Mrs Lou Logstfon has return ed home after a few daJs visit with her sktar Mrs Will Pen wick MrIdulm Dennjfe a cow and calf price unknown andlMrsfamllyLdinedi eorgann derson Friday Mr Willi Sweeney bought of Mr Will Nallya cow price unknown Mrs Bert Fenwick is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Fonza Smith in Springfield this week Mrs Grace Shewmaker Mrs Rosa McAllister and Mrs Teresa Graves were theguests of Mn Clarence Graves Saturday afer hoon i Miss Mary Rose Janes enter tained a tewof her friends t Thursday night j iiMr R B Graves visited Mr and Mrs Frank Graesat Muck yule Sunday ofFridericktwo mother Mrs Dan Smith at presentMr Bland of Lfb non 1day Mr J M Janes was very with his grist mill Saturday had to have his dinner Mr and Mrs Stanley R ao4 si t9r Miss Ethel are theIling at Ray wick this week Mrs Will Ray bourne children vjsited Mr andY Mrs D Sweeney Frieay t Annie Shewmaker was pleasant guest of Mary R Janes Thursday Steve Begleyand Mr Len Spalding was in Lebanon Sun dayI Master J BSmith spent the fatterl part of the week with bis uncle Bert Fenwick Master Loyd Thompson of Fredericlsown visited his Grandmother Mrs Dian Smith Monday night Miss Rose Adams opened her school here Monday there was very good attendance consider- ingi the deep snow Mr and Mrs Sam Shewmaker were in Springfield Monday Rufus Sbewmaker spent Sat urday night with Mr and Mrs Bob Shewmaker Edgar Barker who fins been iill with pneumonia is able to be but again we are glad to report Mrs Nan Fenwick was the guest of her sister Mrs Lou Logsdon Friday evening Miss Mary Rose Janes was here Monday evening shopping Valley Hill Mrs Layer still remains tie guest of her daughter Mrs T C Tatum atthis place Mr T A Tatum is no better at this writing Mr Pete Sbehan was in this town Saturday Miss Ruby Oneal visited Miss DouiseTatum Friday Miss Nannie Pinksion and Miss Rebbecca Brown passed through here Saturday en route to Pleas ent Groye The Misses Layers were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs T C Tatum one day last week MiSs Louise Tatum and little sister Thelma spent Saturdny with MissAnna Tatum Mr and Mrs E I Colvin Mesdames I Pinkston tL M Thompson and J R Barber dined at the home of Mr ano MrsLT Pinkstons Saturday- J R Oneal and W M Moran attended the sale Saturday Mrs Myrtle Derringer anIt vicinityFriday We are very glad tint Miss Nannie Pmkston was fortunate enough to win the prize given at churchther Commissionersi Sate Mrs Mary Trainor McConnell Plff vs Edward Trainor Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order of saleof the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February 1912 in the above styled cause I Bhall proceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY MARCH 25 1912 beingCountyder at Public auction upon a credit of and 2 years the following described property towit Washingtonold toll gate on the Springfieldand Perryville turnpike about one mile from the Court abuse in Springfield Ky containing 5 12 acres This piece of land has a house barn and 6theroutbuildings and will make verY desirable home because of its nearness to town and to the graded school For the purchase price tie purchaserS or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOS LEY M C W C C Irreverent Youth Olla recent publication day of a t80DJet Into the office and with a peculiar grin on his face Inquired If that paI pointing to the copy has an Iper dunt of the man that has been mur In Detcvaaf He was an In the afflnnatlvo when d6 positing five cents upon tboitablo bo jBeTMmporjI jjjhlmBostonj 1 t it ItWI ii I I l I 1 TLLI I CLOE1cI I I i ttMARCh h H 2OTt i j jII j The S to anromce that the Tobacco MarketwiI1 CLOS ON V farmers who have hot disposedofTh ir b to sell I t tt r it J SByOrder of the Board I Jj or IJ J Jf h IcDmI iL I 4Ch Plumes I plumes veMjr sllghtjy curl FRENCHj in InnuIn able varieties are n high favor From 12 to 30 liicftes In length theyt are used In cJusab l singly hlfeandi all show In many shad figs of one color or cleverly dyed lnt f several colors on the same flue Some of the most clnatlng ones are made with ofie plj mounted over another In a contrast ig color and these two over l thltI Kings blue and brilliant cerise hoNe been in evI- dence all over the cou ryH with a liberal sprinkling of mu ptti color and all the gold shades ad the natural IrseJectingThe dai of the narro plumo Is van Ishing Every one wttits a broad spread of flues NatuV plumes with short flues must be use by the manu w c Reachin a4tf Compromise Putting Jeffrey WeB er and style togiihti In io thiiiilit vQuM have struck all its friends 1 a most ttar tllng act of lunacy son thing in the llight of touching a nmi fc to a buudlelof excelsior anddnrim fit to All his life ho bad tiled at neck ties on the theory thai If the bencflV tent pbwprs above liid dowered u rjian witn chln whUkeii it whs rank eUravafcrtnc for him t adorn hiuj self with unseen finery Li ewse he could not understand the bj jid foolishness of masculine individu a who turned from celluloid collars itch one could wash daIsy and thuAS e unnecessary laundry bills As for were merely clothestheyS rcqulreII This then problem An tolnette Webber had ifij wrestle with when she came back rom boardinA school and began to getjthe family arj ranged for her wedding Being a woman heff mother was quite amenable to nwIdeas but when Antoinette tacd Jeffrey he figuratively stood up pi his hind legs and roared a var cry Dress suit he chiked Me At lay nel Cracky NerNow father An motto began soothingly quite as th gh she held tI tablespoonful of bitter iediclne in one hand and was prying pen his teeth with the oth r I wai t you to look your best when Home nd his friends get hero ll Look ray besU itilfa her roared again Dressed up II a monkey on a stick If And youve got to ear a tie An tolnette broke in firn y They revived And aetfes father with tender care but i never was the game man fifter thai1 He gloomed I around the premises Surveying with a hostile eye the hou Cleaning prep arations for the cOmWrr w iUit and =facturers for mode pieces known as ostrich fancies The process of tying the flues Lao much the vogue in willow plumes has led to many now effects In lied feathers arid has come to stay Wreaths and pdmpans crown coy ers bands and fancy upstanding pieces provide an outlett for the use of nar row plumes Tho distinguishing feature in the use of trimmings at present lies In the abundance of one kind of trimming on a shape Three to six long plumes decorate big picture hats but do not con ceal the lovely lines of the shapes on which they are mounted Short plumes aro used in clusters in which four or five Ina group nay be confidently looked for on n good model Bur their purchase is ijpt extravagance because good plumes are durable and may be cleaned or dyed They are therefore useful for many seasons JULIA BOTTOMLEY = = VlCU at cycr thing unusual and auspicious Antoinette was in despair She was marrying Into rather a fashionable family and tire thought of Horaces college friends and Ills family arriv Ittg to find that while lipr father hud ti heavy bankaccount Ivf had no sense of sartorial values was a tragedy horace5and Iris party wont gel hero till the day itseV Antoinette told her mother in one of their hopeless conferences They wont notice dad so mUch then but in the evening at the wedding mojne Ill Just dip lIarkIsuit and his celluloid collar red no tie r ITbenlm afraid youre dUo to die daughter said Mrs Ve bbor who be1 been mjirricd to Antoibe tos fatooi long enough lo know wltb1Iiurll manage it somehow Im ntoIIng to harve the oujy wedding Ill have in my wliole life spoiled by fathers ridiculous stubbornness She and her father oyeileach other warily toward thelast like gladiators before the fight Her father ostenta tiously bought a new celluloid collar and n fresh ten dent collar button and a new pair of calfekfn boots IThe day of the wedding Antoinettes father the only incongruous spot In n refurbished lecorated house filh d with frills and fluff wen upstairs to get ready for the evenings tray Lay- Ing out his new collar and collar but ton and simply posting his old gray clothes over u chair he stepped into 11eIvas absent 20 mInutes heIblinked On the Hd were spread somoj strange black things The coat was low cut and hfcfl long tails Patent leather pumps stood fiendishly beside- t a pair of silk socks There wore also some weird standup linen collars and a box of white ties und a large bosomed shirt There was nothln olso In the way of clothes In the room Nobody paid any attention to his ravings and poundings for everybody wasdfescing the bride or was getting dressed Choking gasping hectic with rage Antoinettes father danced in his bathrobe poking a finger now and then p tho hated ganaanta a p 316 L e 7TH ANNUALJijdoi J t HORSE ALE ir ft WE WILL ON l tfi Sat 9i12ATrd a h 9 13 t J i SpringfieldKyy 1001 0 HeadH MmJhd11- We Mules r l are locking forward to our reat st horale ever Held In Springfield sOPeople you who have horses or rjufesfor sale dan not afford to not get your stock ready fQr this sale There will also be several local buyer5 for ali kinds or work stock S47 have at present tover 50 head guaranteed this great salel of which tjiere are some 11 good ones namely l f sadcAhorse wiiItogether 1ay mare one of the best family nares in the county and not ftiOE ijthing sound and rtany other good onei also some io workmul S Yyj v For further information In regard to this saje c ill oh tIt R C BOB LIT 1 1tor S M CAMPBELL Finally the wedding wen on Every body wds present but the brides lather After the ceremoni and eon grutulatlons the bride herself headed a search party for him Holding her trafltng satin skirt in one hand Antoinette accompanied by Horace ran him down at last In the most secluded corner l f the haymow There ho sat hunched up smoking a plpo fiercely Ho had on the clothes swathed bunched around him tBe dress shirt andtho high collar and till but the collar button gleamed den antly between the strands of lllsiwhis Jeers prdclaJmit his last standyno gbturIFather bcp rdtlie bride tremu- louslY come dowjl pleasbl1 Its time tto go In to suprcr Theres scalloped oysters and Ive put on these clothes her fa ther Interrupted fiEf sternly because lint a law abiding citfaen and you took tire others away but Ill be overlast Ingly goldurned If Im going to cxiiibtt InvPr nthje hrni 4 70 YearS zbciig1I We havcrhad j venty years of experience with Acers Cherry Pectoral This makes us have great conn dence in it for coughs colds bronchitis Weak throats and weak lungs We want you to have confidence in itaswell Ask your own dpctor what experience he has had with it He knows Keep in close touch with him One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause an increased flow of bile and produce a gentle laxative effect the day follpwing yourdoctorDose one pill at bedHtne just one lad bj tt t 0 ITBH Lcwtll ghek yqI rvncttfc ycu see that 1 gi thpm oysters and oihor devdfcdB right out here Sio ihcy coTpromfHd onthatbapis fIND REST IN NEEDLEWORK More Vomen Should Realize the Ben1 eficlal Effccto SiTch Employment Has on the Nerves f Rot many realize what a restful ef feet needlework has on one tad It has this great sdvantaga over bOokS that one nut lost to all around One woman of ar lstlctaetdgqes to the muleum rfhd wakes sljetohes of well known pieces of art needlejwprk arid tapestry designs and then sets to work to cptj thorn And the woman who would look chatuihig y plctur diQue trell knows fiiof inmost fos dnatlng sitting hefoM a frame with otfiuisle coloroa silks n aiorB- trt this kind of nVodiework needs ihoro tkbinht thah wbtp work As bno sews the thoughts dome fast One remembers ones grandmother shoe lug cne how tto put the neodlo in and aJvlng shokl g the cotton underlug Ijtm neutljv when an Impatient begin n 51twould tie a knot One also re members tho beautiful work she ac coufpHahed That strange and Intorestlng 3vom an Prlncaos Helene von JtacowIUa in her memoirs1 amusingly describes her first aUSmpt at tallorlhg with which she was deflgbtcd And eho 535 ever since her first success she has mode nil her own clothes Includ ing lingerie The princess must Tp a monument o patience andcleVerness because the making of gowns In these days is an art not lightly acquired jueeo Ana Mir iMacrame la oue or thb laceSwhii Is smart and proclcal In combination with ftir It in IvdteRthan the finer laces for this perposor andJookd very effeictlve when tuounted- qvor saj in of a brillian coIl Ono Yen iSVely little art rocnttv seen has more of the mhernmo tg1the fur it is a throe Dloces tot iiatt fancy tied Btoleand turban The taco laover gold colored futla and tJerofs just a bordortif birik on es ui of the three article An Early Insurance js henM tery early scheme o insnnuMC for the laborer took heed pf the inman yorKer In 178f the leapU3ir pciposal of attl4lvehial Bea It Society Mr Hack bdd summarizeB the clMiM In his Good pld TimeuE1nborer between the ages ltweaty arid thirty yeafs he notes fi jnln J4a day shotiia contribute to ariatieLsJ t fund 2d i reek and ev sry wowm tiaVnmg Sa rear 11d fteltly aid jwhea sIck of disabled h ctrecrT benefit atjtbeTate ot4a a week with Is a weck dded foixjack cl Jld Titr were of course many oitli er detail but the chief interest lies a the fret that thlst waS perhaps the Just itnt posal for toe national insU cot tfb laborer agilnst Invalidity jj r r TO EELSLflJKEN TRA JK At Least CJtarlea Miller of Tyenc WtHs Visit New York te fUt fSOJOM to sear for HO 0S tt LofudonCintrles Miller aw i4 e fleer of theNalIonRl Salva r w eta tilons steamshIp Lyons saLly Wti London for New York tojJfts about 150000 to carry on the wbr tjotxecov erlng1 the treasure In tif o1rii 6fwar Lutjne which sari irf 4tk coast of holland in tho Zu d rZ laJ I7D3 r 4 The Lutlne was a war essel eap J tured by England from JtiSa IVtiKh and wasrTepOrted to be arrybi H IwasI work was carrledofor isroatha last uunfmer aDgeolabrought tip after the wrecl had bs4 found was 1 wellpreserr 4 caaae- ivith stot Idtaci and a piece fi ron On one ijiar ot iron drair a rjlie pumps according to JEr J1IJtrc there was IdUUacjt evldeace of isi which had idhe d tot eatCapinla darjJ r comas r eCtb Lyons is cqnfldeat tl it wit a wkiliDO vatstbqr thuskea irciss+ dlqveed Sall etu itluanro JbTt st tear TbeLons nlelawbile ia M ill rdam 1i r V r F I w r a 1fJ I6 T BURTON t tf ETIETIT HtH i j3 fJ ria g lidck UPI i PRINGFEiD KY J tMl Dental Work Strictly t Firstclass J i JJULW A I r 1JR J i SnrgeonrJ Qfttjie hours 8 to 9am lllo2 pm Offices over Haydons Jrugstorw jUILam ton M Dm Offke In Otera House l tf Ofllcc PheRc NoL- vResidence No 38 tt iiypF GREOSBY Ii T RNeYorALrWv tt 1to M W HYATT j ftlcM 1 6veri Red Cross Drug Stores Om e hours Hyatt 1080 rinfto 12 m 4 to 5 pm aZJOIINYMAYS 3EAL1 R uiHtCTORj i fi AID LICEiSEDEMBIiiMER a f iIV TELEPHONE DAY lO NIQHT 74 t SPRINGFIELD KY Sl1rj O W F TRUQ1J Y PRACTICALM DENTIST4 jOJflC over Haydbn k 3arber 1 p Pental work at reasonable prices j AU work guaranteed SPBTNGFIELD KY fy RailroadSchec1ii1e Following is the time schedule JDOW in effect on fee Bardstown indjSprlngfield bra cbrallr ll Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p m Bardslown Junction P 461221 pm i Bardstown 6C6 pith arrives at Springfield 655 p m r No 42 Leaves Springfield ui i BOO a m Bardstown 645 a m Bardatown jTuuction 780 a Ok arivea at Louisville 820 a in aNo 48 Leaves Louisville a 720 a m Bardstown Junction 855 a m Bardstown 1005a m u arrives at Springfield 1140 p m Not44Lev s Springfield ai X00 p m Bardstown 220 p m 2 Bardstown Junction 410 pm yr arrives at Louisville 545 p m 4j- t fc h fUSING XRAyON PRINCESS =usplcIbM of British Museums Offt daIs RetardIng Egyptian aMummy Are Allayed A distinguished scientist attached fo one oJ the government bureaus a Wshlngtoh suggests that there may he suck I thing as using the Xrays top much and too often especially he jj con tends when the rays are made the medium to pry Into the antece tents of a young woman of royal lit aeage resUng for the moment under iflJi spuriousfemumniles etho public Recently a doubt aros lin a London museum as to the vaUdlt of one daughter or the Pharaohs in The cpllfectlon It occurred to tb museum offlclalattiat in view ot tb- general hollowness of life thp younjg 3woman la question might have been manufactured in some uptodate Cow v So the officials at once turned the Rb 1entgen rays upon her with the reo iult that they Immediately perceived through her manyfolded wraps the am nleis which the Egyptians pla edupon the bosoms or thelrdead So the su J plclona of the museum officials were allayed One of them remarked rdoes seem a little hard that after U lapse of several thousands of years io lady litld be suspected ot Impo jture tc frvWllTry to OutHve AH Others f The oldest member of Parliament t the world the Hungarian deputy M Joseph Madarasz who Is now In his ulnetynlnth year Issues a denial of the statement that he Is about to r i tire Into private life M Ma4araeI says that ho means to retain his man- datet till lie has completed his one hundredth year If not longer He carries a Ust of all the centenarians In thc world constantly with him and marks h them off as they die He is det rn1ned to outlive them all and Bom i day to have the distinction of being theoldeat man in the world i r2amrsar popaJpri4upposei balM of Iron nerftbn4pertect h kal ce 41tlp4 Yet tife great yI drIz ft was rejected for military serv lee account qf physical Bhortcom ttein a 4 a special arrangement has Jiad to be made by which his servic tM aa ariatpr might be utilized dur J iaf the French maneuvers 6 nOO W WiW tinWillWlJtllW MM H I local Happenings of Intra s I TQMI 0 The Freshest and Latest I iiI j 3 i 17 M 4 MOO CJW9 MOO JLook outfor thegco4 ware in l the horse salq t 1FOR Skt E 200 squares AphaltReadyRoothgJ CL PriceI I I t f aiFOR RENyj 15 acres of ground 4ppy to Mrs Laura Vest FOR SALES tice DuroctgiJts itbpig1 A B Walker b FOR SAT1EOne yearling mare as ule colt and vearlingfilJy Edgar Lintenf The best value in tobacco can ass at Ounqingbam Duncan and Wharton The Ladlespf Pleasant Grove ill seave a County Court Din er in March We are going to have 2 good jacks and 2 stallions in our horse sale Saturday Strayed jircmy farna t near Fenwick 1 black wale hog 140 t pounds S E Shewmaker Womens tailored suits and cloaks at costat Cunningham Duncan iand Wharton Saturday is the day if you need buggy or team of niules dont fdil to come hifyoueed oats see ours before you buy 65 tents wnile they lastcB D LAKE Coe BOUN On Saturday March 1912 to the wife of DC J udda daughter CHJ FOR SALE Good cedar posts Apply to H Jos A RYAN Springfield Ky R R 5 Indian Rubber Duck Eggs 1 pari setting of 12 pure white ejrg train Mfss Lida Grnndy Dont forget to come to townl Saturday for the great horse and iin u1ea1e L tlltWantedfor other stock 1 Black Jack 15 hans bigh by Old Clark w JJr There will be a chance for you buy any kind of a horseyou toant Saturday New carpet mattings linole 3rnswindow khades at Cunningham iDuncdn and Wharton f FOR SAE10 pair coming 13yearold wales good ones any kind of team you want V Li Brady JOR SALE Baled Orchard Grass hay Rr W CLEMENTS Cunningham Duncan VVhar ltOI have just opeued up a must attractive line of wall paper in all the new combinations S 0 Buff Orpington cockrtls and hens SltOO each S 0 Or ping tun audI C Brown Leghorn eggs 100 Jor 15 Wilde Mallard duck eggs 100 for MRS B L LITSEY 15f eCUltningham Duncan and 11etOkles and laces The most attfac they haye ever shownIJust recieivled a cartload of ClLPrheyBareticeuis ahushcl while they jFOR SALE First class TimoJ thy Hay also 30 good ewes B D CLEMENTS JumberlInGwin Bob and Peg W K MARKS SONS Dont forget the 7th annual horses le InSpringtie1dat BOb lilts Main Street Stable March 9th rro make room for winter lay erStfor a limited time I ffcaj nice lot of of pure bred S C R I Reds early hatched copkrels IJ WouldIi spare L few pullets and heiis ordfti ed at once Aluo four nce Berkshire male pigs ldfive Chester Whites subject 10 regis eUtar MRS S JG TTCKER R F Dl Mr A B Walker sold to Ed and Charlie Lltsev probably the best pair of mare mules in the bounty for 425 fFOR StLEA goodfarm mare an early mule cbjt iire has been rebred Will sell worjh the money P S Barber FOR SALETwo Poland China oars large egough for service Also one 250 egg incubator go Jllnew George Lear FOR SALE A team of coming our year old mules well broke will work anywhere Spalding Clements Marriage license was issued this week to Wm Clarence Roy MontgomI ILOSTon the streets of Spring the Medley place and Mrs Kate Williams store abcut two weeks ago a watch with the letters G C W engraved thereon Finder will return to this office rr Cunningham Duncan and Wharton have just received 35 different styles room size rugs in minster velvets and Tapes try From 10 to 30 Call and see thm No trouble to show them Rev J U Colley of Birming am Ala has accepted as pastor of the Springfield Baptist He will fill the pulpit yory Sunday morning and night Every one invited to attend and meet thenew pastor ouse Burns A tenant house on the farm of Mr Palmer Grundyat Valley 11Wlif destroyed by fire last amountttotf Circuit Court The trial off the case of the Commonwealth t s Wn Moore charged with killing Robert Ky er last July is no R in progress the Circuit Court and aswego press the greater part of the testimony dp both sides has been introduced and the case ill in oH probability go to the ury late today The Uoin iis prnsented by Commonwealths attorney C S Hill County attorney T S Mayes and Hon Wl C McChord and the defen dant is represented by attorneys John W Lewis S A Kusbell oe Polin and W F Grigsqy1 The Jury is composed hIIAnlerdon Holderman Leon Chester Evan Crow John Har mon Brute Keene F W Baum bauer H K Curtsin er Pope Lawrence ana W P Kelly Ctrdof ThanksJ We desire to extend our thanks to our many white and cdlor d friends for their kindness shown U3 at toe time ofthe death of our father and mother Alfred and Belen Ray TheChildren TRoss Jh i Michael Rl nged 16 mbnths Mfl dff1fr aplMrs Rossof Vaiiey Hill idled last Thursday of pneu bnia In 1tPleasantGrov Special Announcement The Elite Garment Co will ihaye on display fit our store their entire spring lie qt Ladies Suits on Friday aftsrnopn qf larch 8th Dont ffail to call and see tbo latest styles The Robertson Claj rooke Co Incor orated FER9 L- j lMrs C W Noev hI returned from a visit to relativ s in Louis yule Mr S M Camp Ill was in Louisville Tuesday Mr T H Milton h left for SlooneT ake b1 wh e he in tends to make bis hot i b Rev andMrs W H Williams left this morning toj Glasgov Ky where they will iake their future home M L D Stoner and son Clevelatid of Bards wn were here the first of thisI sek J Mrs J S Clay poke and daughter Elizabeth have re turntdfroiti Bai lsto nwhere they visited the fami of Mrs Thomas Smith CiMiij and don Thos and Miss Bert a Hay don attended the funeral ff Mr G M Talbott at Bard town last week Miss Lola Waters who has been ill of LaGrippe improving The many frienVls lIre of Mr Owen D Thomas ol Lebanon will be sorry 10 learn f his ill ness of pneumonia ar hope to hear of his speedy re very W L Cambr6n oflew Hope is spending a few day this week Ir Clell Adam and Miss tMrs Adams of Ha xodsburg relativessiiiiiiere Miss Lzzie Leacbm n spent a few days this w eklith rela tives ak Pleasant Gro Messrs LOMcJOaf YtJ C McEiroy and W M lagan are in Louisville this we r attending the automobile shoak Dr J H Lamptoti vi pff Louis lIe spent Sunday with his family here Mrs Fanny Blaoc ord is in Louisville and Cine natlat feuding thE millneryc nirg this week Mrs J Y Mare and son Gruidy are visiting Airs E E at tfarrodsh irg this IIBUoter t1 IMrs 1 H Thurm has returned rfrom a yisit t relatives at Philadelphia IMiss Pearll Connor visiting Ifrlencs at BardstuwnJ O Walker who attend school 4 Bardstown at home forafewdays j Warren McClelttn s return ed from Louisville B Sha er- and Stew rt Green were in Leb inor Sun ly r Mr A R Shultzwas rrhi Leb anon last Sunday Mrs Kate WillianM has re Iii Administrators Sale II- T A administrators off the estate of Richard F I irrott llii Iii anti Mar a1et Parrot we will at theirjlate resid pe en the Springjteld Mackville turnpike about 2 niles Etst of Spnngfield o- nThursdayI Y March 14 1912i jI i longirott coni istiug of Household and Kitchen fur ture f ifarming iinuenents all thuds 1 Jack 4 Jennets 1 line i Stallio 8 iiiul s from 1 to 8 yearrf Id 2 yearling leers 0i Cows and 8 head of Horses coni ting of brood ares i J and young stock 300 bushels of corn 75 bushels of meat aid lard 20 Shares Ot Spripgtield Water I ILighti meutioii iatock also many other ar icles too ntiraei bEatII Ii TE tMS OF SALE All sums in excess of to or until January 1913 sums under 10 for cash A pur iicnasersyiU be required io execute notes with approved p9roonal security bearing interest from payablel at 6uher bank of Springfield as i may electt dateOfII Sale will begin promptly at10 and will iithe sqle is completed Dinner will be prepared ior all perkonswhoaitejid the satei I i 74 JOHN F SIMMS J BEN F SIMMS K f IIS MI CAMPBELL Auctionfer Adminstii ors I 41 1I turoed home from a trip to theI whoesale millinery houses at rlndidoapoliand Cincinnati TathamvSprings Mrs Clay Foster who fias been illils some belter iv wrlting thlS1 Mr Asa Foster son of Wesley Foster js some better with typhoid fever Mr George Royalty purchased some corn from Mr Ed Jenkins oIJarstperRoyalty family visited Mr Joe Burkhead Fri day Miss Bettie Jenkins whp JohnI r ibeen residing with Mr1 Royalty returnedfo live with hr son Mr Ulie Jenkins Mr Ed Foster move into the house vacated byMr John fluii ate and the blacksmith of this valc1teaBorn 0 the wife of Mr Eras tus Wohner one girl baby Mr Ohmir Burkhead visited his uncle Silas Burkhead Sun day night Mrk Elizabeth Satterly has been visitingher daughter Mrs Mary Royalty and Sarah Burk head 1 Many people attended the sale at Antioch conducted l bySweezy Bros Mr Ray Burkhead and v fe visited L M Sattfirly Thursday Inighf Mr Joe Barkhfiad purchased a fine colt from Mr Jess Terrii for 05- Mrs onathanRoyalJy visit ing her daughter jl Mrs LM Satterjy Mr Herod Goffs wife and daughter are not much better at this writing Miss Minnie Brown of this place who has been very ill for sometime is some better at this writing REPORT OF THE CONDITION First National Bank at Springfield in the State of Kei tucky at the close of business Febru ary 20 1912 No 1767 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 25891027 Overdrafts secured and un secured 892329- U S Bonds to secure circuf59QO00Bankingand fixtures 4OiWOO Due from National Banks not reserveqgents 134994 Due from State and Private Banks arid Bankers Trust Companies and Slvings Banks 3768 I ReserveI 3332011 220500 4944 Lawful Money Reserve in IBankSpecie viz 180640 Legaltender notes 581500 762140 Redemption fund with U Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 Total j 30891713 LiABILITIES Capital Stock paidJn50OQO00 Surplus fund 4jTZ 4200000 Undivided Profits less expenses and taxespaid 60232- 1i Bank Notes outstanding noooooo- Due to other National Banks 362902 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 224858 Due to approved Reserve Agents 31822 Individual depositss subject to check 16822399 Time certificates ofdeposit 4647411 13G891713Tojal M or JgNrUCKT constror IISOToN III A C McElroy Cashier of the abovonamed bank do solemnly swear tha the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C McELnoy Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of February 912i- CHAS M McCnokD Notary Public CORRECT ATTEST JOHN W LEWIS- J 0 POLtN GRUNDYI Directors Sultan of Morocco uaea tno Tel phone Wireless and Acetylene During Days Sport Muley Hafl Sultan of Morocco has evldenUy made up his mind to make the best of things and have as good a time as be ca- nIA short time ago he expressed the desire to go partridge and rabbit hunting To go out without an army would have been Impossible to him fw months ago before the French occupation of Fez But he started out one morning with a small escort and had good luck at hunting while no rebellious tribesmen took a shot at himAt 2 oclock In the afternoon he found a tent setJip and luncheon served On the way home he stopped at a French fort used the tele Dhone to call up his palace at Fez and saw for the first time wireless telegraph hi operation After many trials the operator sue cdcd In getting Into communication with the station on the Eiffel Tower and die Sultan sent a message to his minister In Paris El Mokrl Acetylene lamps were used to light his entry Into Fez and the Sultan y is as pleased over the days sport as a child with a new toy i 1 4 r as- II Royal Worcester CDrsetTh- e The ete on the Market 11I Satisfaction Guaranteed f t Models to Suit any figure IIIPR1CES SI1 TO SiiI S exclusively by usV y1 I JUST RECEIVED NEWEST STYLES V r I I Special dale This WeekI t tIII- oi kli 1 i White Goods Embroideries Laces Line st DresII J Ginghams Shirtings Wide She tings Cottons Ready I IImade Sheets and Pillow Cases Towels Napkins Etc j J 3 IIEXTRA SSPECIALS IIFor I Friday end Saturday Sheetin Cotton for 7 2l2c I2 cents 1 94 Brown Sheetin 2Q cc I Arron Ginghamsc 5cI SafetyPins 2 I Needles 4ccV Corlgates Turkish Bath Soap 4c Handkerchiefs per doz 2Sc IIchopl Il For Cash Only He Spring Women YOUi j I The RoberfsonCaybrobke Go I r I INCORPORATED I 1sFTT tTWO SORTS OF WIVES SOME vRE HELPMEETS ANDSOME STUMBLING BLOCKS =Lives of Successful Men Remind Uo of Credit Dueto WIfeLIttio aldc of the wire Who Is a Hindrance f In these piping times of prosperity we see many articles published tell ing how the writer achieved success in this Oregon ctfuntry and principal ly on small piqces of land Such stories are highly inspiring pariici larly to the young men and yqung women who are just starting out for themselves t If one will take the trouble to tab ulate and analyze these stories it will i be discovered that in nine cases out actual1cornerstonewas founded and worked out The same has been true since the world began we suppose It cerjtalnly has been the rule that the good helpmeet has done more for man than any other one cause than any other score of our forefathers landed IIcaUSCSSIDce New England shore rhaps fewer exceptions than ever particular Iy among those who have risen from poverty to affluence on the land We must give the wives of nearly all successful men great credit In many cases they have suffered moro taIIthers or ere have worked for longer hours No credit Is too great for them But how often is the other side ot the story alluded to Where can we find the stories of the wives who were not helpmeets but rather bin drances and stumbling blocks to their husbands How about the wives who almost from the day of marrlage were begging for fineries luxuries thelftmeans t touch upon but many of us can point to cases where the extravagance the wife has kept tho husband in ofI erty Is still keeping him in pavert or at least keeping his nose to wheel grinding grinding his life out inch by Inch Would it not be well to take up this phase of life and now and then speak of the failures Why not call attention to thd womnnI who has begged the money young husband lor the purchase of anew dress which she docs notncedIorn newhat which all know to b above her means when the mean money success put into a cow or two 0I In telling about the cheery and Incouraglng words of the true help meet why not glvo a little thought to tho poor husband whb has had the very soul and spirit nagged out of him by a woman who did n6t know what she wanted but was bound to have If nagging could get them many of the fineries of her rlcherneighborB bad v- Few such stories are published forI tho reason that tbeJhusbands are tall uresqr consld rod ond jio a11 likes to exploit himself as a ialhireV r But would It n tbe welijfer som of the unfortunate ones to tell their starI Ies for the benefit of the young who wllh their husbands are Just starting out on the road qf married life All praise to the good wom en the good wives the selfsacrificing and noble mothers but let us now and then have a word for the unfor tunate husbands of the other sort of- Iwomen Portland Oregonlan f 1 JUST RECEJVED j 2 Ladies Suite New IShoer for JIIl1enI and New NIX j rargeStohk RUiland Mailings Wall Paper Special Lot 4cc CurtaIis BigLinei of Dress Ginghams New Dup eries etc etc Iv L No trouble to show gools- here A1waYI1glad t 1 to see t I GIr I I c i 44t4 + 19 ISprirrg eld City Tailor I IFor adies arid Gents Garnjent MADE TO ME SURE I Iii Dry CleaningI Dyeing Hats clean d lr and reblocked and pressing of afl klrji s i X Goods called for aryd delivered a 1r Phone 6RF W Bauhibauer Ptop t 1s Business artrJ I rRecoginizes the importance of Conducting all business d ialIby telephone both local and longdistance ItIs economy in 4ViReof 4T time and money Unexcelled telephone service can be bad over the t 11 lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Coman Lon distance connections to all important points in the United States f lrRates reasonable service the Heat JAtl CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE JTELERAPH COMPAI rfIncorporated I OFFER SHEEP IN SACRIFICE nlmals Killed at Steps of Palace In Constantinople on Feast of Balram The Idea of animal sacrifice seems orange in modern Europe But ItTriust not be forgotten that Constantinople is Turkish in spite of the numerous desires on the part of other nations to possess it ror rathejr because those jThe Turkey is np- to date In many things It Is establish lndthoPlngrthlo world But the favor of the devoutrI Mussulman is sought y strict observ 1Thpble since the Turkish year Is lunarI and not solar Last year came inI December and IIt lasts four days In anticipation of thIs festival drove of fat sheep were taken to the city from Roumelia and Asia Minor The price varied from U to 5 In all the rich and even welltodo houses these slfeep were sacI caSbjglyen ma Bagtche The sheep picked for their whiteness and plumpness were solemnly led 10 the palace At the hour fixed the sultan surrounded by his staff descended the steps and read a prayer while the first of the victims was led to the marble s ep thai be came the stfcrlflcal altar The sultan made the motions of Idling the sheep but actually handed the knife to an officer who waited until the Mltanihad withdrawn IIq completing the last the three sacrifice years the beforeJ has grown up that the skins an of all the sheep killed in Turkey that day belong to tile sailors One otthe old rites of Balram aa to consign all Christians to massacre This is now omitted In Cohstantlnpple But It can elImagined thafin the oasis of Tripoli this part of the acre mbniea Is carried out with empbaibv 4 a More piht 4 III Fresh air enthusiasts Art enough to most Of 1I1kt less of enthusiasm fr light fUBrkiw ed parleys darkened btdroe i dark ened ElckrooJnlre tee cooi air f B W RichardsdB th l IAMM scientist and hyilctai eUr l that when the prrtfeMon ef Wlhic Hf ter a elcXrO x tHirrtnt toi most case ought to H Ooethi acJ 1 exclamation More IfcbtP Xwligfit The light ot the waita Oe4s own microbe killer aemkHJe Eii feqtant prophylactic iitkRH or There Is no hyilclam OebkMa l tld teno compounded precr4ptIt t be compared with auaKilit W1tiit nature could not perfena li ir ITHM lit Man beutb1ri 1u t w iM joi fall Victims jo tie dMdlr ji s Urato would prevail lH HaM a u4s a t deadly gasei are alifiriri d 4 composed by theactloa i l Lit t In everywhere Lt h tlIt and more ab4Mr PrMIcarpet lIarenot as pitiM a cheeks SpoUed cueUee tuTu lcompared with ipolled Dark ened rooms are toe sssIs Idarkened livesThi Ckr1eia alttr I r mean Its a pIty M t i exceptYancytoiookaItcMM 4 l Murrcll but Blidem eke terest nd Murrell we1 I 1M4 f Yancy any legal cMm et atfMfr toj MNo certainly mot tke biT we J merely left wltk Yaaey ISIMIM Oest i shaw didnt ka6w wkat eiei le e wfthhlm Get poneMlM ef bij iM1f 1 it i dont uy 1andrs 1RtaS IkWith mtN aJi Xieirt 1 am wllllnr to spad iv irTlars this If fceeeeeary 1 TH have to 1M k yer Jim 4 J Li tlqa over said BMf iJ V 4 The Immediate rat T fveraatloa was that wkata twMvsV hours a mam tfrhrtac twe t hitched to a lleM RtS4 at Scratch Hilt Iasit of Po Yfwhoa ke fovMl Idw Ji j whom ke dellrere WUjr IK i Tamer si Li1 w I1M atttMJIiIHr talength be mMi iWeH air IY UT OII to foctr yeatt but 1 ver tot a piei rtftw o aer aJr PSQlm k A 1 1 naMMMiMr iiAPLLv- ApI Si BtMr Milr r Me rtdJei Into tie h U sna 7M tarUc tie progress of f taeMal MM wkea Yucy and Han wr aifcel MMM freaa the house she beck e M4 tfce Berate Killer to her- Y fIN a going to bee 1your s e are 7eV Mr Yaacy she io alsIi Nfftrly when Yaacy stood at 11 kw fl t 1 wttflu Butt Jail Knee off cia 1ej fa walt teetered r7gid J rode out to Ue utiItJ L J Mi that the trial WM today c Oaftaia Yttrretl witk Creasaaw and fe sielrt cams from the house and te MacreHa ewartty face lit up at sight r t Ill the W Yaaey wewM have yield 1 4 Us ylaee tot Betty detained him f AM y veiaf away aaaa he i tV eaed wMk eeaeera l Tiei pay aeaM te Wilt Tense It TV aee aW a eiettt ereeeed her smootfe 1IMwII f fiut alit yea ever comlag back rJi MIN Bettyr uU4I Haaaibal ratter IiiiJiiiy l tWneclIJeaveij 1t r eaeHr jpe traere Mr Bladea would tt acrIsd7oL Haveat you thought 4 l r t1are a ptotr agreed Yancy jtowly Mkt I Mk you what parts lUtingftItW really be Ute wnsible it tttac 1 d MM Betty I am sure I 711 w4 like wet TeBHessee hey I wy Jrwi are a great kuater Yancy tt Mritei lIMIt guiltily Mr Yaacy i yoa akould cross the I r C itaJsarmmbcr I UTe near iJI SUbll BeUe PWa Is Ute name of 1 uuHlt aot hard to end t Met eat forgetBelle Plain vr l1 weat forget and saebby you will I daysShoIIZ aieNrt M far as a dog can trot In a lri eevyle 8l ke Ill q 41 Bettjr f4eee toward the equlre t aad Mr C eaekaw They were staad iiiC sear tile kara that gave entrance to tke JaM Karreil kad lett them aa4 wae walkkg briskly down the Pea4 teward Creaekaws store where Me kene wea tieav 8ke bent down aid vare Yaaer her slim white hand 1 fe4 T Mr YancyUft Hanaibai ev rf itliltltMkJH klml Yaacy swung tke ettM ateCt I tklak you are such a ass Itttle boy Hannibalyou y i i Dent cReW but What IShould yeu Out ef That SaMIe and PullII yMrNHkIaiaetmt tercet mel And aetse H4ktly with the touchlrlgherI away keatapUoI Marlac after her And we musnt 4fffet Mepkte or Belle Plaint Nev fT Wkem Betty Malroy rode away from gfulteBalaamis Murrell gaUoped after IIW freeeatly she keard the bkjat of his kenes koofs aahe came pound tec ateag the sandy road and glanced keek ever JaHlko lder With jm ex relaawtSea of displeasure she reined ker kone Murrell quickly gained ta I ylace at her side r dLaip Ferris Is at the Barony ke walk said drawing his horse down to a I I keUeve ke to said Betty frith a J rt Httle air kerfa1IWHtJereatly aiR would have nrg d her iherse lute aIU p again but be made e veetvfe ef protest Dontor I Btatt talmk 7M are still running away IiaI1 fr7hMl4witkshortlaug1a f away Ireei Toy Yaaef will have Us hands full f with that latr M will Pi fi A tZ bTLJ JJL r rm THE PRODIGAL JUDGE tfyVAixziAri KTER- U4S4mLW4i rC ilerf added significantly He stuaiea out vinof those deeply sunken of his htheirly pUling splendor Ferris tells me you are going to west Tennessee ke said at lengthIYeaI your halfbrother Tom ISoj and frowned slightly Tom was her guardian and her memories of him were not satisfactory A burly un raven1Youi up north T suggested Murrell timel Four years Ive been at school you know Thats where I met Judith FrrItI hope youll like west Tennessee TItswhat youve been accustomed to Jn the north You haven tbeen back In all those four years Betty shook aheranyaoae from out yonder For some eaE son a UtUe tinge of color had crept lato Betty cheeks Will you let me reaew our acquaintance at Belle Plaint I shall be In west Tennessee b fore the summerIs over I shall leave here wlttiln a probablyI said bending toward her His glance dwelt on heitface and on the pliant linee pt her figure and his senses warn II I Imagine you will be welcome at Belle Plain You are Toms friend Murrell bit his lip and then laughed a his mind conjured hthereached out and rested his hand on hers BettyIf I might thlnkhe be1 gin but his tongue stumbled His lovemaking was usually of a savaged sort but some quality In the girl heldLohim In check Betty drew away from him am angry color on her cheeks and an angry light In her eyes For give me Bettyl murmured Murrell but his heart beat against his ribs and passion sent Its surges through hhiniIng to tell you he whispered Betty gathered up her reins Not jet shehand on hers aLetty Indignantly IionotyeU He urged his horse gathered her close Youve got to hear me Ive loved you since the first moment I restedlmy eyes on youand by God you oahailstruggle to free herself from t hisigrasp with a sense 6f savagetrJumphI Bruce Carrington way backt to Fayetteville from the Forks came tabouta tall handsome fellow In the first flush of manhood Carrington aniangry girl struggling In a mans grasp t- At sight othe newcomer Murrell with an oath released Betty whop striking her horse with the whip galloped down the road toward the Barony As she fled past Carrington she bent low In her saddle Dont let him follow me she gasped and Carrington striding for wind caught Murrells horse by the bit Let gol roared Murrell and a murderous light shot from his eyes- I dont know but I should pull you out iof that saddle and twist your neck said Carrington hotly Mur rellp face underwent a swift change Youre a bold fellow to force your way Into a lovers quarrel he saict quietly Carringtons arm his side Perhaps after aUnwas that CHAPTER VI lefty Sets Out for Tennessee Bruces first memories had to do with long nights when he perched be side his father on the cabin roof of their keelboat and watched the stars or the blurred line of the shore where it lay against the sky orthe lights on other barges and rafts drifting asI they were drifting with their when cOm1monof barge and raft reach its zenith had heard the first steam packets shrieking whistle which sounded the deathknell of the ancient though the shifting of the trade orderI slow matter and the glory or the old did not pass over to the new at once but lingered still in mighty fleets of rafts and keelboats and in the Ho meric carousals of some ten thousand of the halfhorse halfalligator breed that nightly gathered In New Orleans After the reading of the warrant that morning Charley Bnlaam had shown Carrington the road to the Forks assuring him when they separate that with a 1UU0 care and decent use of his eyes it would possible to fetch un there and nof L Why Women Are Not RICH I VpJ ks sa aLaire many times over the pOIel ion of blood cells Won MI is Mt ejbitt so rich for scientists have proven that the normal man has five jnil 4 t Kweea ely four and a half million to a cubic millimetre of blood A JisrsMS M imbcr of red blood corpuscles and a person looks pale to bet is sumie the blood does not get the right food and probably the stomach is I Usefriend d5is Offftm frae reels ymas root ad bloodroot with black chcrrybarkvrould help JI eMMktiem ef the food ia the stbauch correct liver illand in Natures own xx xw wayi crease the red blood corpuscles This medicine r assimitI bloct17eC the stirred serves for food and when the nerves are fcdeaf rich red blood the pcrop looses those irritable feel igs sleeps well at night and is refreshed in the morning z byfa dliorfemj itnaaeh and lhJIwrites JAS D of Wuh v JJ K Jnirn Tenn4 Rout 2 Box V the bert phirilclans gave rnt MImyfendsthoughtIwou1dd14Iri GeWXe6al DUeoverr and IS fvcd much benefit from tame My had ma so lone It had beoiAiew chronic that nothing would effectf a perNnent enre butDr P1ereaaulIcIna lip done much farina andIW4fiiamir ailing to taJi4 PI Pierce medicines before their 1 r Ias karsrna so long that the no chante to be cured r Ig Mdial itgvic Jttopay torerappIp aUM 51 a 11L rrv I4fl u Ii0U5ii UIC without knowing where be was He was on his lay to ayettevllle where he Intended to spend the night and perhaps a day or two In looking ground then the meeting with Betty faceIwaa a face he wenld like to see again girlIbe engaged bis host In Idle gossip fie had met a gentleinan and a lady on the road that day be Wondered as he toyed with his glass If It could haTe been the Ferrlsbs Mounted Yes mounted Then It was Ferris and his wUeor It might have been Captain Murrell and Miss Malrby Miss Malroy did not live In that part ofj1lrsFerrls yonderatisit to aQend for Ferris had tructeds him to reserve a place for er In the northbound stage on the morrow Carrington suddenly remembered that he had thought of starting north In the morning himself The stage left at sIX and as Car nexttthe driver to look sharp when he came to the Barony road as he wait to plck up a party there It was Car gton who looked sharp and almost at the spot where he had seen Miss dalroy tile day before he saw her again with Ferris and Judith and a Ue of luggage bestowed by the way sldel Betty did not observe him as the coach stopped for she was In en oq her farewells with her friends hee were hasty words of advice from Ferris prolonged goodbye to Judith tears klsseft while a place wa being made for her many boxes nd trunks Carrington gathered that be was going north to Washington that her final destination was some1 po4t either on the Ohio or Missis sippi and that her name was Betty Then the door slammed and the stage wa in motion again Ap through the morning they swung forward In the heat and dust and glarexand at midday rattled Into the shaled main street of a sleepy village and drew up before the tavern where d themSetty when she took her seat and gave a scarcely perceptible start of surprise Then er1 face was flooded with a rich color This was the man who saw her yesterdayIlutlon and then she bowed coldlyI li was four days to Richmond Four a or hot dusty travel four nights f uncomfortable crossroad stations whore IBelty suffered sleepless nlgits and the unaccustomed pangs of early rising She occasionally fdiind her selij wOnderIng who Carrington SilO approved of the manner in which e conducted himself She liked a unobtrusiveTpehimself seated opposite her at breakfast He received another curt little nod cool nc distant as he took his seat oJt stop In Washington said Carrington betty shook her head No I am going on to Wheeling Youre fortunate In being so near lly home he observed Im going n jto Memphis petty exclaimed Why I am go- Ingi to Memphis toolSJre you1 By canal to Cumber l andand then by stage over the Na tlojdal Road to Wheeling Ejetty nodded It makes one wish thejrd finish their railroads doesnt iItr Do you suppose theyll ever get as tar west as Memphis she said They say Its going to be bad for tile river trade when theyre built on something besides paper answered Carrington And I happen to be a flatboatman Miss Malroy NO more was said just then for Betty became reserved and did not at tempt to resume the conversation A dat later they rumbled Into Washing ton and as Betty descended from the J sIdeJMaroy he said Indicating the tavern before which the stage had come to a stand Yes said Betty briefly lf can be of any service to you he began with just a touch of awk wa dness In his manner I thank you Mr Carrington salcl Betty quickly Qed night goodby He tur away and Betty saw his tall form disappear In the twilight a Imonth and more had elapsedI Yancys trial dais later man and boy disappeared fro n Scratch Hill Murrell was soon on their trail and pressing forward In hot pursuit Reaching the moun tains he heard of them first as ten days ahead of him and bdund for wet Tennessee the ten days dwin dled to a week the week became five days the five days three and now as he emerged from the last range of hils he caught sIght of them Yancy glanced back at the blue wall of the mountains where It lay along th horizon 1Well Nervy he said weve put a heap of distance between us and Olt Scratch Hill por the past ten days their journey bqd been conducted Ina leisurely fashion AS Yancy said they were seeing the world andlt was wpll to taie a good look at IIt while they had a Chance jBuddenlyout of the silence came the regular beat of boors These grow nearer and nearer and at last wlien they were quite close Yancy fa ed about Smilingly Murrell reined Iin his horse WhyBob Yancyl he cried in ai parent astonishment Yes sirBob Yancy Does It hap p n you are looking fp him Cap tain inquired Yancy Nono Bob Im on my way w tat Murrell slipped from his saddle and fell Into step at Yancys side as they moved forward They were mightily stirred up at tde I wqnderIsrveeLIrespondedy becomingdttruStfUl t4 tho edge of an extensiVe clearing severalb cifcrtha civilization that was still in its ypQTfl unxuraiK rwmr mtvTteo aro J fl T1I1F i A ma uBounced the dingy itructuro of nearest the roadsldj a tavern From the door the tavern the figure of a man eja erged He was blackhaired and bullnocked ani there was about bin a certain hag lineas which a recen toilet performed at the horse trough ad not served to mitigate Howdy he drawled Howdy respon d Mr Yancy Shall you stop raT asked Mur roiL sinking his voli YanQj noddd Can you put us u s Inquired Mur relf turning to the tavernkeeperI I reckon thats vftat Im hire lorI Presently He Heardla Distant Sound a S ashIsaid Slosson Mur ill glanced abot the Slack observed HSlossonthe only name for U was under tradeIItl first three fingers jf his right han afThe gesture was ei fso Jlttle yet seempd to have a inlfi effect on Mr SlossolI What ml t have developed into p smile hadI not immediately suppressed it twii Ced his bearde lips as he made a answering moveh ment Eph com here you Slos son raised his pica This call brought a halfgro rn black boy frot about a corner of t e tavern to whomI Murrell relinquish Ihis horse Lets liquor the captain over his shoulder movl j oft in the direc tlon of the bartCome on Newj said Yancy foll lowing and they S entered the ern tavttr Well heres to the best of good luck said MurrdJ as he raised Ii III glass to his lips Same here esponded Yancy Murrell pulled outfit roll or bills one of which he tossec on the bar Then after a moments hesitation he de tached a second bl from the roll turned to Hannib andI Here youngst a present ar you be said good aturedly Hannibal embarrassed y the gift edged to hlsKncle B unexpectedI you sIr said IThank have an her drink suggested Murrell Ito Presently Han bal stole out in the yard He stilj eld the bill In his hand for he did iot quite know how to dispose ofhlsj jreat wealth After debating this mat an for a moment be knotted It careful in one corner his handkerchief I j In the tavern the three men were drinking Murrell irlth the Idea that tbe more Yancy jime under the In fluence of SIossoi i corn whisky the easier his specula on would be man aged Mr Yancy his part believed that Iif Miirrell w ht to bed reasonably drank he wo lId sleep late andi give him the oppo tunity he coveted to quit the tav unobserved at break of day When yo geti feelln like sleep young boss Mas Slosson he says i show yo to yo hamber It was Slossons boy Ep Yes you can ow me my cbam bar Hannibal sal Eph secured a tin candlestick with a halfburnt candI In It and led the way Into the passuje back of the bar IThey mounted flight of stairs passed down a ji arrow haiL andI brought them tthe back of building and EIJI pushed open tho door on hIs rightl This heabs o chamber be said and precedE his companion to the room jrtac d the candle on a chair The moon was Rising and Hannibal went to theopen rlndow and glanced out For a mome t he considered the night not unaffected by Its beauty then turning frcin the window ho moved his bund and rUle to tho foot of the bed ere they would be out of his way kit ed off Ms trousers blew out the can e and lay down Yancy had beet ne more and more convinced as thoSyenlng passed that Murrell was benj on getting him drunk and suspicion mounted darkly to his brain fh Have a drink 4 th me cried Slos eon giving way drunken laughter The captains I rapped out and low Its about tliie these hero festivities to conbp to an end Im thinking some d jgclng to bed myself said YancySN He kept his eyes fixed on Murrell He realized that If tbe latter could f revent it he was not to leave the f ir He never shifted his glance fr m Murrells face Scowling now captains eyes blazed back thelij challenge as he thrust his right blind under his coat Fair playI d Jt know who are but I know wl at you want said Yancy the light 1n his frank gray eyes deepening urrell laughed and took a forward stei At the sao mo ment Slosson snatched up a heavy club from the kof the bar and dealt Yancy a m rderous blow single startled ry escaped Scratch Hlller h struck out wildly as he lurched tard Murrell who drew his knife at drove It unto his shoulder Yancy ropped heavily to the floor ji How long the 11ot slept be never knew but be awol ewUh a start and a confused sense of things It was evidently very late probably long after midnight tut where was his Uncle Bob He sank back 1 his pillow Intent and listening A shilling terror that gripped him fast and would not let him go mounted his brain Where was bis Uncle Bob Why didnt he come tc bed Memories of Idle tales of men oully dealt with in these lonely taveips flashed through his mindLHe slid from bed and for a long moment stoi cold and shaking bin every sense a the alert With Inflnlia caution b got into his trous r j It USten ana again pautiea to nsvcn since Ithe feared his least movement might betray him Next he secured his pack and was ready for flight Encumbered by his belongings but 1with no mind to sacrifice them be stepped out upon the shed and made his way down the elant of the root to the eaves He iotjsed his bundle to the ground and going down on his knees lowered his ride letting the m ule fall lightly Against the side of hetlay flat on his stomach and feet first wriggled out into space When be could no longer preserve his balance he gave himself a shove away from the eaves and dropped clear building As he recovered himself he sure he heard a door open andOJOJtile and threw himself prone ground where tile black by the tavern hid him At the moment two dark figures came from about a corner of the building He could jjust distinguish that they car ned Some heavy burden between them and that they staggered as they jTheyj breathless and palsied Hannibal crept baboutmust be s Presently he heard a distant sound a splashsurely It was a splash A little later the men came up the Jane to disappear in the direction of the tavern Hannibal peere4 after theyIwrenched and tortured him gave him a desperate kind of courage As the gloom hid the two men he started forward again He reached the end of the cornfield climbed a fence and entered a deadening of Umber In wheretthe men had dragged their burden e reached down and swept his hand to andfroonce twice the third time Ills little palm came away red tland discolored was the first pale premonl of dawn In the Sky and as be hurried da the light grew and the themselvesthe woods and which the dawn made visible There was light enough for him to see tbat be was following tho 1traIl left by the men He emerged upon the bank of the Elk river white like the woods with its ghosUY night sweat 1Th dull beat of the childs heart theIwJth its dreadful secret Then the full comprehension of his loss seemed o overwhelm him and he was utterly desolate Sobs shook him and he dropped on his knees holding fast to thi stock of his rifle Uncle BobUncle Bob come heIgered to lila feet As he glanced about he saw almost at his feet a dugout made from a singe poplar Ilogl It was secured to an overhang branch by a length of a wild 1ling With one last fearful look o across the deadening In the direc tlon of the tavern he crept down to waters edge and entered the 11the In a moment he had Jt free Its lashing and the rude craft was bumping along the bank in spite Iof his best efforts wIth the paddle Then favoring current caught It andi swept 4t out toward the center of the stream CHAPTER VII fOn the River Betty stood under a dripping um brclla in the midst of a downpour Just arrived by the fourhorse coach that plied regularly between Wash lington and Georgetown she had found the long board platform beside the canal crowded with her fellow passengers Suddenly she became aware of a tall familiar figure move llug through the crowd It was Bruce Carrington At the same moment he UlatiYoure leaving tonight he asked Yes Isnt it miserable the way iIt rains And why are they so slow why dont they hurry with that boat- Its In the last lock now e plained Carrlngton and gathering up Bettys band luggage he helped her the time they had reached Wheeling Betty had quite parted aiwhatever superficial prejudice she might have had concerning rivermen This particular one was evidently a very nice riverman an exception his kind He made choice of the steamer on which she should continue her Journey and thoughtfully chose The Nalada slow boat I haven t a thing to offer her this is plain madness of mine be kept telling himself and then the expres sion of his lade would become grim and determined No more of tile river for himhed get hold of some land and go to raising cotton that was tb way money was made Slow as The Naiad was the days passed much too swiftly for him When Memphis was reached their friendly Intercourse would come to an end There would be her brother of whom she had Occasionally spoken haTetheThe days like any other days dwln died The end of It all was close at hand Another twentyfour hours and Carrlngton reflected there wouic only be goodby to say We will reach New Madrid tonight he told her they were watching the river under a flood ot yellow moonlight Carrlngton with his back against a stanchion watched her discontented Iy Youll be mighty glad te have tills over with Miss Malroy he said at length with a comprehensive sweep toward the river Yesshant roUland she opened her eyes questioningly No said Carrlngton with a short laugh drawing a chair near hers and sitting down quidlookaway from what abe encountered In his eyes As silo looked suddenly pale points of light appeared On a dls tant headland Is that New Madrid Oh Is It Mr Carrlngton she cried eagerly I reckon so but he did not alter bis position But youre not looking Yes IamIm looking at you reckon youll think me crazy Miss Malroypresumptuous and all that but I wish Memphis could be wiped off the map and that we could go on llike this for everl You mustnt talk soI am nothing to you Yes you are Youre everything to men said Carrlngton doggedly 4veIi J I rillbreathher Suddenly hjla arms fell at his- iloct his face was white I was n b uto to do thatBetty rorglve m- I lam sorryno I cant be sorry They were alongside the New Mad rid wharf now and a certain young t an who had been Impatiently watchi Ing The Naiads lights ever since they became visible crossed the gangplank with a bound- iBettywhy in the name of good ness did you ever chOose this tuhrisaid the newcomerICharley Carrington stepped back This upIHo looked this stranger this Charley oVer with a hostile eye offended by his good looks his confident manner In which lie thought be detected an 1a ir of ownership as If certainly he was holding her hands longer than was necessary An Instant later when Betty remembering turned to speak to him his place by the rail was p erted S All that day Hannibal was haunted y the memory of what hehad heard n ail nat Slossons tavern More You Shall Be My Guest for the Night than this there was his terrible sense of loss and the grief he could not master Marking the course of the road westward he clung to the floods where his movements were as stealthy as the very shadbws themselves Presently as he stumbled forward he came to a small clearing in the center of which stood a log dwelling The place seemed deserted Tilted back In a chair by the door of this house a man was sleel The hoot of an owl from a oak roused him He yawned stretched himself thrusting out thFFfat llegs and extending his arms Then becoming aware of small figure which had stolen up path as he slept and now stood before him In the uncertain light he fell to rubbing hIs eyes with the knuckles of his plump hands Who are your he demanded Im Hannibal Wayne Hazard said the boy The man quitted hie chair WellI am glad to know you Hannibal Wayne Hazard 1 am Slo cilia Price Judge Slocum Price Sometime majorgeneral of militia and exmember of 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