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SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1917
FALLS CITY NEW S
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at Joinin' ami
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Her mother ho '■ onod
I him. and lie ran Into the house nud o as
| secreted in the cellar Morgan ami hi*
j men passed the h use without stop
I plug ami lisle on to in ike one v f those
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| dashes against the Uuiou pi kels which
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Song and pruis* service i .«10
i were a common practice "1th them
John did not risk a return to camp
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follow ed by prvarj^BK ut
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for several da.' » during whl h lie wan
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Mid-week prayer nr
sheltered and fed by Ids hosts, 'lie Tor
1fl:p!»onr N*w »0!?ltf
l>ert family, mid "lie u he did venture
Everyone cordiHrf^Mnvjp'*1 to
j out on the road lie " a s thinking more
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attend these services.
' of Emily Torbert, with " bom be had
YOUR Yi Ah’S READING
UNUSUAL U TH O H IK
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beeu companionable, than o f Ids safe
Edgar N. h>ng. P m tor.
" *• uoul mvii' nue » I oui •til’Bt'nlMort tu rin* Ni*o« lia» b##n l u r l i i n i i # In itimklni
ty. When he got back to bis command
A 1 ’ •rtla in f s « l » » : Duplay. IS cen tS *» loch,
mi rmngrnimnt ■ w it h
t lv lUii vg- ut t ill* fcn u t tu b
Ihit oM Katie««. t C«nt» • lino; »o r Solo. Sort,
he found It had been supposed he hud
»t rii'IUm barg i 1 u M *. H K. ffMxt for but m PAH MUI h Al* uT«mr*by b o th M l bm offmrmd
S * rt> .i*» Wont »n<1 F»J K nl«rU in m »ul No
teen (aptured by the nieu who had
•liu ti lim o tu i ioii 'I jour no.v or rtittirtl for * »hi.it u n i r ml only M r i n t l »»»or# ‘hmn th#
ties*, s att. a M b * . Card ol Thanks 50* 1« , Logo
made the raid
» • g u ia r p n r # ol o u r p«|*#v « «»me in #ii*1
•ut*«crli>ti< u mi •du r II j un « r » ii *»\ y a «u**
Kotte*«, l»* a l rotes.
A year passed during v tdcli Johnny
i led |i»\ u p y o u r l u b f u M p tlo n for mnothe r >rmr
’«1 • I o tU
mcrtbor to «dOitr
Coe# for n «ii ads. ond ehsnjrssho’ ild be soot i Warfield marched with his command
o u» j eux
Into northern Alabama
Then the l u
to Tbe Sows not loter Ihon Wednesday.
Ion army was driven back into Ken
O ffutol Vewspopor of th# City of rails Cits
tucky. ami after the battle o f Perry
vitie It started south again,
I s s u e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
Th# old r*li*hl9 NOK1HWKST r ARM next month. That’* what this offer is worth to you. but you mmt act
summer o f lSild Johnny Warfield
^rKAK) w H be biggtr #n 1 b#tt#r Ihla tvtr at once. Come TODAY!
found hluiself again in Murfreesboro
ihUcoiuiug tutott. It» # It tort will d#vot*
The railroad hat agaiu beeu destroyed
th«ir b+st effort* tu making tin* paper th#
by the Confederates, and the anny.
b##t Hi tb# country. Each week you’ll re
now a very large one. waa agaiu wait
o#lve m cl«tn, well «vllte l i**ue on b#tt«r
lng while the road was being repaired
(»ruling mmrk#tin»t. price*, profit#, #riuc#
tlou « itUetiship. borne «ml social Iff«*. H#
When this was done and the corn was
guUr price mloue. fl.uo per >emr.
ripe so that .forage could In* procured
for the animals, the Federal« moved ■
llruil(|tiai tar* toi ('u n ity ami CiRiir«
oa southward. A small battle occur
red a short distance south o f Mur free*
boro, in which Johnny was wouui U h I
aud carried into a house uear by.
When he gathered his faculties what
was his astonishment to see Mrs. Tor
bert standing beside his bed. He star
ed at her. momentarily thinking that
By F. A. M1TCHF.L
he had never left the house. Then he
realized that he was in the room in
W e used to think the war between which he had slept when there before.
the states was the biggest tight the T o crown bis surprise a girl came into
world had ever seen, and until the pan. the room whom he recognized as Emi
ly. Her dress reached to the floor,
European fight came, involving the
and her hair had been permitted to
whole civilized world, it was. The war
grow and was done up in a knot on
o f *tU la now so far behind us that it the back o f her head. She was a year
ranks in period with the war with older than when John had left her. and
Mexico, and comparatively few living iu that year she had grown to lie a wo
took any part In it.
Then. too. the southern and northern
Several other wounded ineu had beeu
Cnndi"*, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
people have been mingling for the fifty (edged at the house, but they all soou
or sixty years since the war. Some recovered aud rejoined the army,
I. H. WON DE KEY’S
northerners have gone south, and a which had marched on southward.
great many southerners ha' e come John was badly wounded and was to
I ran across a story o f the have been sent back to a hospital at 1
great contention the other day, healing Murfreesboro. But at the time fo r his
it on northern territory. The hero and removal he was very low. and he was
the heroin? were septuagenarians, but left where he was. H e remained there
they showed me phott graphs o f them
some time, nursed by Mrs. Torbert and
selves that took uie back to the days her daughter, before he recovered his ,
o f their youth as effectively as if I saw strength.
them when they first met. This is the
There had beeD a change, so fur as
Emily was concerned, iu the family
In the spring o f lStiff a division of affairs. A neighbor who was a soldier
the Federal army advanced through ill a Tennessee regiment o f Confeder
Bowling Green. Kv.. to Nashville and
ates bad been at the house, bad seen
thence to Murfreesboro. A t the latter
Emily and wanted her for his wife.
point the army waited while the rail
He was thirty years old ami heir to
road that had been broken up by the
one o f the best plantation* iu that rq»
Confederates was being repaired. Dur
gion. Mrs. Torbert. realizing that he
ing the execution o f this work the
would be a good match for her daugh
army, with the exception o f those en
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ter, hail persuaded Emily to consent to
gaged in the work, was idle, and, since
tuarry him. At that lime the Confed
Passenger Train Schedule
there was no enemv uear, the soldiers e ra t e s s e re matching northward, but
Effective Oct. 4.1914
were allowed a good deal of freedom
before Emily would assent to uu Im
One day Johnny TVarfield. a young
i « i
WMTfttn *t* am.
star who had enlisted in the Federal mediate wedding the Federal troops
Salem . . . 7.00 ' 1
army on the day he was eighteen years
Dallas . . . B. IS 11.02
old, concluded that he would go out
foragityg fo r delicacies, the paymaster homa, leaving the space where the
Falls City . 8.50 11.35
having been around. The spring was
Shortly before John regained strength
coming on, and Johnny enjoyed tramp
ing independently with no file closer to
tread on his heels and no offi- er to yell ter was received from W alter Bristow.
has ever seen. The part we play may determine the future of
orders at him. The air was balmy, Emily's betrothed, stating that he had
Kalla City. 9.30 1.25
I »alia.-. . . . 10.10 2.00
and the sun shone bright. Johnny bent received leave o f absence to go to the
Europe both politically and socially. Every American man, woman
bis steps southward partly from curi
Salem . . . 11.01 3.15
and child is vitally interested in this war. Some o f us will give
osity and partly because there were no He wou'd be permitted to be absent
A < P o w z m . A u n .»
our lives, all o f us must make sacrifices.
Confederate forces in the vicinity, and but a day or two. after which he must
he was as safe In one direction as an rejoin his command, which had moved
other, though be was safe nowhere be on south, followed by the northern
yond the Federal lines from those inde army to Chattanooga. Ho would be
pendent mounted troops called parti i obliged to pass around the Federal
is the title o f a new 32 page at'as just placed on the market. It is
sans or from the guerrillas, who robbed l.'nes in order to reach the home of
the most comprehensive work o f its kind and is accurate in the
friend and foe alike.
John's reunion with the little south
Johnny stopped at several farmhouses
for the purpose o f purchasing eggs, ern girl had revived the feelings he
There are 15 pages o f maps in three colors (15x11) covering
butter, milk and other delicacies, but had cherished when he had met her
minutely the various theatres o f war, and showing all the towns
the women to whom he applied pre I the first time. And, as for Emily, she
ferred to keep their supplies, when had been captivated by the young sol
and villages mentioned in the daily dispatches from the front.
they had them, to themselves and re dier at the moment she saw him
There are pages o f photographs, many o f them made ex
fused to sell.
So Johnny went on When Johnny bad left her after that
pressly for this book, o f persons, places and things about which so
southward, rejoicing in the warm April first meeting she had never expected
sunshine, listening to the 6inging birds to see him again. But he had slipped
much is said and so little definitely known
Photographs o f Zeppe
and the hum o f Insects, till he arrived into her heart and there lay. if not
at one o f those double houses so com
nets, anti air-craft guns, gas masks, giant guns that shoot 2-ton
mon in the south, with an opening, a
When the letter came from Bristow
porch, between them. Looking over a announcing that on a certain day he
shells, German trenches, etc.
rail fence that separated the house would come to claim his bride Emily
There is a complete chronological history o f the war to date,
from the road, he 6aw a girl working collapsed.
H er mother, ignorant of
a churn on the porch. She looked to the fact that a love affair had grown
and the answers to a thousand and one questions on every phfse o f
lie about fifteen Vears old, wore her up where she had arranged for an ad- 1
the costliest and bloodiest struggle in the history o f mankind.
dress not far below the knees, and her vantageous marriage, made no secret
hair, held back by a semicircular comb, of the fact o f the Confederate's com
was cut square around her neck.
ing and at once began to prepare ap
“ May I have a drink o f buttermilk?" parel suitable for a bride Johnny may
Possession o f this book will enable anyone to give exact in
have looked love to Emily, but be had
The girl made no reply, but, taking never spoken it. The fact that a day j
formation on subjects on which his friends speak from heresa.v.
a tin dipper hanging to a nail, lifted was appointed for her to be given to
It is a valuable addition to any library and contains a wealth o f
the cover o f the churn, filled the dip
another appalled him.
per with buttermilk and handed it to
facts on the one subject in which everyone is interested at the
‘ ‘Oh, Emily,” he exclaimed, 'don't
him. He drank it o ff and, taking from do it!"
his pocket some paper war currency
‘‘I'v e promised!" she gas[ied.
The book itself is printed on the finest grade o f enameled
Issued by the United States govern
Thus were the tw o suddenly plunged
ment in lieu o f sliver, offered it to the Into a sea o f difficulty,
paper and is the best that skilled workmanship can produce.
girl. But she said a drink o f butter
' Maybe he won't come. He may not
milk was not worth paying for and de be able to get here,” suggested Emily.
Falls City News one year and Atlas S I.30
clined to receive the shinplaster.
“ I f he Is not here on time will you
Liking the looks of the girl, Johnny marry me?” pleaded John.
climbed the fence and went with her
To this there was neither assent nor
to the house. Seating himself In a dissent. The lovers did not know what
rocking chair on the porch he took out to do. A union between a soldier boy
bride had been captured by Federal the aiieclos, will |icrmlt farmers to pro
his pipe, filled It and sat smoking con
from a northern state to a portionless Bristow iiafi written that 'lie nilatit
tect their crops or other property when
He soon learned from her girl o f Tennessee was not an especial j dare to remain but a short time ror troops.
Send us whatever news you
He was taken to a Federal prisou ever necessary.
that he had struck a Union family, ly practical act In itself, but when a fear o f capture by the Federal troopa.
and th# Unionists of the south were man o f means who. If killed In the At 10 o'clock in the morning he was north o f the Ohio river, where lie was
know. We will not publish your
very bitter against their Confederate war would leave her his property, I not there; at noon he had not arrived; confined till the end o f the war and
Worss Still to Com«.
name but will publish the news.
never could communicate with her.
neighbor*. Johnny was given what
Henderson — What makes you so
was coming to marry her the situation I at dark nothing had been beard of him.
ever o f food there was In the house was doubly complicated. John had
M m . Torbert was angry.
blue? Bandergon—My wife's bread's a
old couple, then at their likeness taken
Good four room house for rent.
and waa not permitted to pay for any
“ Come, Emily,” said John.
failure. Henderson —1» that all? San
not the assurance to ask the mother to
at the News office.
give him her daughter under such d r !
the same couple.
‘ See byar, my boy," said the mother cumstances, and Emily had no faith
coming. Henderson — What? Sander
‘‘To the parson.”
o f the girl, “ ain t yo’ fakin’ a risk
son—A week's ordeal o f broad pud
Erally yielded passively.
A Bit i
In her mother’s permitting what would
Crows and Crops.
cornin' down byar alone?
slipped out, went to the parson and
seem to be so 111 timed a proceeding
■ » »hose
passed along the road airly this
What they did was to hope the were married. Emily returned. John ment o f agriculture has investigated
m orn io.” (John Morgan was the cele groom would not come
Toots Is niy
Indeed, he was not seen there again till the end the relation o f crows to mau. The es
T h e n M i S e n t W illis to B ed.
brated Confederate partisan leader.)
r*'»lnod the engin
must take a great risk to do so. When o f the war, which waa tw o years loter
“ Pa, what la a filibuster?”
sential conclusions are that crows are
Johnny said he ,iai!u t tuuugbt much
the day came that he was to arrive He found hta w ife waiting for him about equally beneficial anil Injurious
about the risk. He had scarcely spo the bride was arrayed In her Wedding and took her to his home beyond the
WorrJ Poisons t
and that they are not so wary and sa plan o f action to deaftl, my hoy.”
ken the words when a distant tread of dress, and a country parson was en Ohio river.
« * a deadly drug
“ I see. You married Into one, didn't
gacious ns,not to need legal protection.
horses’ .hoofs wa _3 beard com ip g up Abe gaged Jo. p erform the ceremony, for
Bristow on bis way to clnjrn his
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