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THE FARMER: MARCH 17, 1913
Colone
ODHUN
of Missouri
t5y RIPitY'a SAUNDERS
Copyright 1911. by the Bobbs-Merrffl
Csmssny
(Continued.)
Old Rafe Doggett, white haired and
stern of visage, scowled suspicions Iy
at I-ottie-May and her companions as
be brought his horse to a halt.
"Where in the world hare yon been
till this hour of the night. Lottie-May?"
he asked. "I was on my way to town
after you. What have you been doin',
irr
Lottie-May stood shamefaced. "Why,
frranddaddy, she replied nervously, "I
Just stayed to the polttlcal meetln.
that's an. There was to be a brass
band there and speakin' and all that,
and I Just couldn't come away till it
wm over!"
The old man kept his accusing eyes
on the girl's face for a moment. Then
he turned and looked searcblngty first
at Stain Tucker and then at Tom
Strickland. Tom felt a sadden and
overwhelming sense of shame and self
reproach and pity for the good old man
whose dread, harried eyea were so som
berly bent on him.
There was a moment of silence.
"Well, seels all there was to see, old
Kafe Doggett resumed then, "what did
you do after that, girl? How comes It
that you're here on the road with. Stem
Tacker, facia' Tom Strickland like
there'd bees a quarrel? Tell, me the
truth r '
Lot tie-May Doggett flashed a quick
appeal of her eyes at Tom Strickland.
It was plainly a mute and desperate
entreaty for bis forbearance with what
ever sbe wa about to say.
Tben. "Why. srranddaddy, sbe made
answer, "Stain offered to escort me
some, and we net Tom on the way,
and we Just all three stopped to talk
for a minute that's alL. Quarrelia' 1
Etam and Tem wasn't thlnkln' of sach.
a thing; that's the truth. I cross my
heart, please, sir!"
The girl's voioe trembled, with fear
at ber grim old grandfather, to whom
her mother's memory remained but as
meaning a lifelong disgrace and humil
iation. The old man seamed, not en
tirely satisfied with her explanation.
He sat silent, still studying tbe group
confronting him. Then he sighed.
"Well. Lottie-May.' he spoke at last,
"since Stam wants- to escort you home
be can still do it, I reckon. But you
both better come along with me in the
wagoo. There ain't no sense In your
waikia now.
Lottie-May's frightened eyea were
pleading -with Stam and Tom to abide
by hef?rstbr$ran5Tm5pty:?wltbrT9r
grandfather wished.
"All right, Mr. Doggett," spoke Slam
finally. "TO be specially glad for Lot-tie-May
to ride. I reckon she's pretty
tired by now, so I'll Jost see ber home
that way, along with you.
Tom Strickland stood silent aa Lottie-May
was lifted into tbe wagon, by
Stam Tucker, wbo mounted to the seat
beside ber. Old Rafe Doggett clucked
to his horse.
"Good night, Tom!" cried, the girl.
"Good night, Lottie-May !" replied
fTom. "Good night, Mr. Doggett!"
The next moment they were gone.
And Tom Strickland, shamed to tbe
eoul at thought of what he had seen in
old Rafe Doggett's -worn and wasted
face, made bis ewn way homeward.
The Hon. William J. Strickland and
Colonel Todbnnter were parting com
pany for a few days after a final con
ference concerning preliminary cam
paign plans.
"TO have to get back to St Louis'
tld see bow things are starting off at
my headquarters there," said Colonel
Strickland. "Then it'U be necessary to
take a run across the state and estab
lish headquarters in Kansas City, right
fender Steve Yancey's nose. I'll want
yon to make a few speeches for me in
Bt Louis about next week, Tburs, old
fellow. And don't forget I'm going
to bold you to your promise to stump
tbe state for me."
"I ain't forgettin','' responded Colo
nel Todbnnter. "I'm cocked and primed
for a campaign that'll bring every old
time Democrat la Misxoorah ont o' the
brush and set 'em to whoopln' things
tip for you to beat the band, sub. The
almighty dollar ain't tbe only thing
that talks in this here state yet not by
a Jugful and rm a-goia' to prove it.
Bill."
"If s what we've got to beat, though."
commented tbe candidate. "Things
ain't like they used to be In Missouri
politics, my friend."
That's why we got so many o them
professional politicians and so few real
statesmen nowadays." replied the oth
er. "But, all the same, the people of
MIzzoorah's honest. If the politicians
ain't, and this here new primary law's
a-goin' to give 'em their best chance to
name their own choice for governor,
uh."
"It will. If there's no crooked work
it the polls," said Colonel Strickland.
"I'm afraid of the cities for that rea
son." Colonel Todhunter nodded his head
emphatically. "I'll Just be Jig whiffled
If all tbe corruption in American poli
tics don't seem to come from the bis;
towns, suh. It looks like it's plumb
natural for cftles to be sinful. It's been
that way ever since Sodom and Go
tnorrabv sub Io you reckon, the Old
isrster up above couldn't ha' found
ten honest men among the shepherd?
watcbin' their flocks and the husband
men tillin' their fields in the country?
He couldn't ha' missed findin 'em
'less'n be'd struck a bunch of 'em like
jld Eph -Tucker here in Nineveh, suh!"
Then, after a reflective pause: "The
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trouble with old Eph Tucker, suh, is
that he's got so he can't see anything
but money. I ain't talkin' against
money in its rightful proportion to the
rest of life. I like to have It as well
as the next man, and sometimes I need
it mighty bad, too. but I'll be struck
limber Jawed if it ain't plumb foolish
to ping up your eyes with it, suh. It
don't cost a cent to see the beauty and
goodness o' this here world, suh, not
a cent, and if you miss seein it, you
miss seein' the whole show. That's
too big a price to pay for the privilege
of lookin' at a dollar instead, suh."
The Hon. William J. Strickland con
templated Colonel Todhunter with a
smile on his grim lips.
"Thurs," be said, T don't know any
thing sounder than your faith in the
good of life and your enthusiasm for
livtn' it on that basis!"
CHAPTER V.
In the Nineveh Blade Sanctum.
TT was shortly after this that Colo-
1 nel Todhunter and Judge Strick-
land parted. Colonel Todhunter
went direct to the office of the
Nineveh Blade when be bad seen Strick
land off for St. Louis.
Dick Cantrill, editor of the Blade,
was a red beaded young Democrat who
cherished old fashioned principles.
There was no thought in his clean
mind of devious ways to make politics
pecuniarily profitable. One could no
more have "bought" him thin one
could have "bought" Patrick Henry or
"Old Hickory" Jackson, and he was
Just about as fiery and fearless as
those two earlier Americans. Conse
quently, many politicians spoke of him
as "that stubborn young fool, Dick
Cantrin of the Nineveh Blade." N
As Colonel fodhnnter entered the
Blade office a faming little man almost
extinguished under a big and very
rusty silk hat was terminating what
bad plainly been a stormy interview
with Dick Cantrill.
"Hello, Eph!" said Colonel Todhunter,
surprised. "It ain't often I find you
hobnobbin' with Dick Cantrill. Go
right ahead. Don't let me interrupt
your
' There was a wicked smile on young
Oantrill's mouth. "We're Just about
done now, colonel," he interposed.
"Squire Tncker was trying to Induce
me to support Yancey in this campaign,
but I had to decline. The Blade's for
Colonel Strickland tooth and nail, now
that he's out for the nomination.'
"And you and the Blade are Tooth
durned fools, sir that's all I've got to
Bay!" snapped the little old man under
the big hat. "You don't know which
Bide your bread's buttered on, Dick
Cantrill r
"Squire," said Dick, grinning coolly,
"that ain't the only viewpoint from
which I look at the matter. I know
Colonel Strickland and I know Steve
Yancey, and I know Strickland's the
best man. That makes it my duty to
support him, squire!"
"It's to your interest to support the
winner, you young idiot, and I was
talking to you for your own good!"
cried old Tucker. "Stephen K. Yancey
has got all the money influence behind
him in this campaign, and he'll be nom
inated by an overwhelming majority
You'll put up a mighty poor mouth
then, Dick Cantrill, begging for the
public printing in the Blade, and I'll
see to tt that nothing comes your way!'
"Go right ahead. Crack your whip.
squire!" retorted Dick Cantrill calmly.
"I reckon you and I have different
Ideas about politics, but there needn't
be any hard feelings unless yon insist
on it Anyway, we might as well get
the whole thing thrashed out right
now, as long as we've got started."
"I'll see if I can't make you. change
your tune before I'm done with you,
sir!" And old Tucker's cold little eyes
narrowed venomously. "You're talk
ing mighty big now, Dick Cantrill, but
the Yancey administration'!! have the
last say, my young gamecock!"
"The Yancey administration be hang
ed!" replied Dick Cantrill, and then
he laughed and settled baiT in his
chair. "But, shucks, squire, I can't
talk to you like I could to a younger
man. Let's go easy. You're for Yan
cey, and I'm for Strickland, and that's
all there is to it- . Every man's got a
right to his own opinion in a free
country, squire."
"Very well, sir, very well. If you
will have it that way," retorted old
Eph Tucker. "But you're backing a
loser, Dick Cantrill, and you're going
to suffer for it. Stephen K. Yancey
will snow Bill Strickland under so
deep that Bill's friends '11 never be
able to dig him out, sir!"
Dick Cantrill stretched his arms
above his head. "Such being the case,
squire," he replied, "it don't make any
difference to you Yancey people what
me and the Blade see fit to do, so you
can just keep your shirt on."
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ENTERTAINMENTS
-ANP-THEATRICAL
GOSSIP
FOX'S LYRIC THEATRE I
(By the Fox Lyric Press. Agent.)
To paraphrase the slogan of a wide
ly advertised baby food Fox's Lyric
is best advertised "by its pleased pa
trons ana the surest road to success
for any theatrical manager is to
please hie patrons while promising
much and not making good hrings the
inevitable. William Fox has made
good every promise at the Lyric and
there is no record of even one dissat
isfied patron since the house opened
while crowded houses at each perform
ance testify to the public apprecia
tion. The bill this .first half of the
week is another especially good one
headed by what is eaid to be the
most sensational acrobatic offering in
vaudeville. Fantons Awakening Ath
letes, a trio of wonderfully strong and
wonderfully daring young men who
besin where all other acrobats leave
off. In the comedy sketch line there
will be William Wilson and company
In the hysterical offering "The Uphol
sterers" and a royal welcome will be
extended to those young old timers
O'Brien and Cale, foremost among
character delineators for the last ten
years. The children as well as the
grown folks will surely enjoy the nov
el offering of the Three Shannons
with the comedy work of a bit of a
boy revelation and Goff Phillips for
mer sparring partner of Abe Attel,
that is a word sparring partner will
offer his monologue and songs. Mat
tie Lockette dandy of them all in the
juvenile impersonation line will round
out the bill and there will be six first
run photo plays. Finally take the tip
to join the fast growing clientele of
the Fox Lyric with the assurance that
you can see no better entertainment
at any price In this town.
THE PLAZA
(By tbe Plaxa Press Agent.)
With the prevailing policy of noth
ing too good for Bridgeport, the first
three days bill at The Plaza theatre
is more than keeping up the high stan
dard of attractions. The headline at
traction for the first half of the week
is "The Death Wheel" and for a real
thriller nothing can eclipse this won
derful and most marvelous exhibition
of dexterity and nerve raking per
formance.
To augment the bill the first three
days five other acts of a very high
calibre are on the program, Duke
Darling "The Man With the Green
Gloves," entertains with his own ori
ginal monologue and judging from re
ports from other centers he is sure to
be received most favorably.
Harry Fenn Dal ton In a musical
novelty teeming 'with bright reper
toires of selections from operatic to a
popular strain . is another addition
which will readily find favor. Others
on this bill are The Shelbys in a
laughing skit built for laughing pur
poses only. Waldo in a sensational
contortion display and Howard Linder
in an exhilerating diversity entitled
As- My Father Used to Say." The
films De'Art have never been seen in
this city previously and are subjects
that convulse with laughter and also
please for their dramatic qualities.
PARK THEATRE
(By the Park Press Agent.)
Motion pictures have furnished
much in the way of interesting en
tertainment to the public in the
course of the last few years, but sel
dom has the opportunity been afford
ed the people of Bridgeport of wit
nessing a photoplay so spectacular and
full of human interest as the, "Garden
of Allah," which appears at the
Park theatre for three days, com
mencing Monday.March 17, with daily
matinees. It is one of the biggest
hits of the year, full of surprises, just
overflowing with dramatic force, and
these pictures were never before
shown in Bridgeport. Tbe reasonable
prices, 10, 15, 25c make these wonder
ful pictures accessible to all, and a
large attendance is expected.
Billy W. Watson and Girls From
Happyland" will create more than an
ordinary sensation when presenting
"The Flying Dutchman," a two act
musical mix-up at the Park theatre,
the last three days of this week. The
new vehicle with which. Watson in
tends to increase his popularity has
been written to absolutely fit the
characteristics of this clever com
edian.
AJT EPIDEMIC OF COUGHING
is sweeping over the town and young
and old are alike affected. Foley s
Honey & Tar Compound is a quick
safe reliable family medicine for
coughs and colds. A. S. Jones, of Lee
Pharmacy, Chlco, Calif., says: "Faley's
Honey and Tar Compound has no
equal, and I recommend it as contain
ing no narcotics or other harmful
properties." F. B. Brill Stratford Ave.
and Sixth St. Adv. 1 3 5
DAVID SAFIKSTETN,
THE NOTED PIANIST,
TO PLAY AT STRATFIELD
David Sapirstein, a noted pianist,
will give a concert which will include
an exceptional line of numbers, at the
Stratfield Hotel, Wednesday afternoon,
March 19, at 3:30, under the manage
ment of B. H. Collell. Mr. Sapir
stein is only 23 years of age, is Amer
ican born and in his- early days was
known as the most proficient boy
pianist in the United States. He is
only 23 years old today and has spent
12 years in Berlin under Bisouni and
Spantus. He has made several tours
of Europe and met with the greatest
success wherever he played. His for
mal debut was made this season In
New York at the Aoleian Hall, where
he surprised and delighted large audi
ences. Mr. Sapirstein is coming to
Bridgeport under the auspices of Mr.
Otto Wissner, the piano dealer, and
the Wissner concert grand piano will
be used. All lovers of music will
want to hear Mr. Sapirstein play be
cause there is no question of his won
derful ability.
1 MANY A SUFFERING WOMAN
iritEH uciaii uiij inrousn ner
daily tasks suffering from backache,
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suffers can afford to overlook Foley
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POLI'S VAUDEVILLE
(By the Poll Press Agent.)
All Bridgeport is talking of the ex
cellent program that Manager Poll
had arranged for last week, Mardi
Gras Week, and the bill he has ar
ranged for this week at his handsome
theatre de luxe will cause no less a
sensation, when it is taken into con
sideration that each and every act on
this splendid program is a "headline"
or "feature" act and the combination
of eight of such acts goes to make up
one of the greatest vauadeville bills
ever seen in this city.
Prince Floro, blood cousin to Peter,
and considerably more accomplished
than any other Simian actor is the
big feature on the program. Prince
Floro smokes, plays games and per
forms many interesting and amusing
stunts in a remarkably intelligent
manner and is the nearest possible ap
proach to a human.
Billy Burke's side-splitting comedy
playlet, "Fixing the Furnace" wrh G.
Rolland & Co., will make you laugh
till the tears roll down your cheeks.
Mack & Walker in their original of
fering, "The New Flirtation," acclaim
ed by critics to be the "Sweetest Act
in Vaudeville" are bound to please
even the most exacting' of . theatre
goers. Hilda Hawthorne, the lady ventrilo
quist with the sweet voice is on the
bill and a pleasant surprise for all Is
promised in this act.
Billy "Swede" Hall & Co., in his all
new comedy offering, "Made Good,"
the Frey Twine, perfectly developed
men offering their Romanesque sports
and arts. Davis and Walker In a nov
el skit entitled "A Lesson in Dancing"
and DuCallon, the talkative English
man on the tottering ladder, will com
plete this glittering aggregation of
"all-etar" acts. -
Wednesday afternoon, immediately
after the performance Prince Floro
will hold a reception and tea party
for the little tots.
THE BALKAN BLOUSE SUIT
The absolute smoothness' of effect
in these suits cannot fail to please
the discriminating. The lower edge
of the coat is eighted enough to give
the smooth "hang" which has taken
the place of the "fit" wich would
wrinkle in spite of everything.
The skirt is in two pieces, with a
broad crosswise section applied back
and front.
Suits like this are made in several
materials, the striped serge being par
ticularly effective.
TRAFFIC IN FLESH AND BLOOD
It has been said that hard work
for a weak sickly woman is traffic in
flesh and blood. It makes little differ
ence whether the field of work is at
home or elsewhere; but if every wo
man in the world who goes about her
work with backache, headache, ner-:
vousness, bearing down pains and the
blues, would remember that Lydia E.
Finkham's Vegetable Compound rem
edies the cause of such troubles,
work would become a pleasure and
life worth living. Adv.
MAHRIKO.
HULSEAPLE-KNAI'P In Danbuiy,
March 7, Roy Hulseaple and Miss
Lillian Knapp.
LEEBERT-DO'lTER ER. In Bethel,
March 3, Anthony Leebert, Jr., and
Miss Edythe Dotterer, both of Dan
bury. SCHULZE-HUBBELL In Bethel.
March 5, Sadie N. Hubbell and Carl
T. Schulee, of Danbury.
BROWN - KRUSE. In Stamford.
March 6, John H. Brown and Miss
Anna M. Kruse.
FAUBEL-PETERSON. In Stamford,
March 6, Herman S. Faubel and
Miss Mabel I. Peterson.
DIED.
WILMOT. At Stamford, March 5,
James T. Wilmot, in his 73rd year.
JAMES. In Norwalk, March 5, Ida.
wife of Edwin W. James.
DILLON. In Greenwich, March 6,
Harry Dillon, aged 27 years.
LEROY. In Winsted.March 6, Frank
Leroy.
SHELBY. -In Torrington. March 8,
Patrick Shelby, aged 55 years.
DOYLE. In Norwalk, March 7. Mary,
wife of Patrick Doyle.
MEAD. In Greenwich, March 8,
Isaac L. Mead, aged 79 years.
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STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, SS.,
PROBATE' COURT.
February 13th, 1913.
Estate of Mary E. Fitzpatrick, late
of the tcrtvn of Bridgeport in said Dis
trict deceased.
The Court of Probate for the Dis
trict of Bridgeport, hath limited and
allowed six months from the date
hereof for Creditors of said Estate to
exhibit their claims for settlement.
Those who neglect to present their
accounts, properly attested, within said
time, will be debarred a recovery. All
persons indebted to said Estate are
requested to make immediate pay
merit to
JOHN J. PHELAN,
Administrator,
23 Sanford Building,
S17s Bridgeport.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, ss.,
PROBATE COURT.
March 14 th, 1913.
Estate of Ann Reilly, late of the
town of Bridgeport in said District
deceased.
The Court of Probate for the Dis
trict of Bridgeport, hath limited and
allowed six months from the date
hereof for -Creditors of said Estate to
exhibit their claims for settlement.
Those who neglect to present their ac
counts, properly - attested, within said
time, will be debarred a recovery. All
persons indebted- to said Estate are
requested to made immediate pay
ment to
ALICE E. GREGORY,
Executrix,
169 Kurd Ave.,
S 17 sp Bridgeport, Conn.
Notice to Property Owners
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liens against all property on which
the taxes upon the list of 1911 (due
May. 1912) remain unpaid on the last
day of March, 1913. Payments will
be received at the office of the Col
lector, Room 6, City Hall, up to and
including Monday, March 81, 1913,
without Hen exoense.
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Shampoo, Facial lassag, Bcml9
Treatment, Marcel Wire, Baper.
fraoTu Hair removed arttn E2eet
Needle, Manicnrlna:.
Harriet E. Sherwood
119 Secmity Build in
1US MAIN ST. Phone ftTt
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with two Peart Beawta
Pins, two Easter Poe
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PARK CITY SALES COMPANY
S5 fp Box 570, Bridgeport, Conn.
CHARACTER
la what yon make ft. It ts tbo mum
FRISBIE'S
with PIE. Try
At all grocers. FresJa Daily.
SIDEWALKS
Sana and Grav
THE BURNS CO.
81 FAIRFIELD AVlUltV
BROKEN ST02IE, all sizsa
ROOFING
Bit !!
PLUMBING. HAmO.
TINNING, STEAM AND GAS
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Our Work Guaranteed
Prices Right
B. II. DORWITZ
041 EAST WASmSGTOH AVE.
EACHMAN'S EMMEWAGOGO
MIXTURE
A splendid Ftmala Kasulator la cum
of ujpr caused maDstruatlon. oaiar
due to ooida. Ill haalth, or otaar
natural causes; S1.7I for tn weoi
OHtflt. Made only at ta
WOMAN'S DRtTO STOB9
TO Main kUreot, Brtdcapan,
Lady Attendants Always) Hi
Hawley, Wilmot & Reynolds
Undertakers and EmrcvJbms?ra
No. 188 State St.. BridavtMart. CI.
All calls, day or tiiRUt, (Mwsr. i
ed from ofTlce. George Ii. Biw ;
ley, 01 Vine St., Bear Park A v.; i
Edansrd H. WUmot, - (M Cliirtaa I
At.; John B. RercwUa, 398 West ,
Av. " I
Wm. Lleberma & Cca
Embatmers and TTatfcii lks
Office and Reaidene
Bl MAIN STnUBTj
Xetephoii OMMcMaa
John F. Gallafrher i
tJndertatcesrs and Embnlrnera
Margaret L GaHashcr
The Only Graduate and Ucsnssed
S j j
990 - ;
woman ir tna vnr
571 PAIRFIEIiD AV. T-l. 1
ROURrTT! Ft. THITTT?.TrTl
Undertakers I
and Embalmers
1295 MAIN STREET. Tel. fB31 :
Calls AasTveretl Dy or Nlht j j
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m. j. GAimoir
FUNERAL DIBECtOn
AND EMBALMED
1051 Broad St.. noar aToba
Phone S4S
Residence, 1 B50 Park An,
'Phone JS5S
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