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T ESTABLISHED i lNl883r t 11 f t i fM tmm SERESYOL XIX NO 9 SPINGFIELD WASHlrrGoi COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 29 1912 lIIOO PER YEAH ij HOME OF MR E a MAYES JR r Gnr Honor Unto Whom t ia Due t walks the floor at night l IAnv office ski4sVIAnd to the 1Whoislti I OLrceTbptth1 Pk l And for the Doctors little pills And price of latesfcbopk v For feathers and flubdubs galore r For ratisie and fine art f ForParift gowns and many morel t Still Father has no hart YEe has no need of summer trips Nor change of air6ehmd His bffieesk he sits and dips Into the business grfnd Brave lathed 4 The familyjhies it to the place Where sbin8ays togo 4crberoech may look on Fafiires aceVj Ahd seetwOr1dyulctiOW WM14 fatKer p1odaIongathome Tonake fhe ends all meet And thdtighhed like beat Nome Must kfipp his temper sweet Theawhen some parvenu young duee Comes ouifcng ifarl Ann JtWb1fa er iIt i8 understood Must not upset he plan So patiennt and misunderstood Howbrae1ywho can tell 4i1 lives to tabor forth go od or those b loves so well Give honor unto whom tis duejWait notljp crown his bieri Gtve Urni the love be craves all trough His lifei ofserviflgherel Ge1est1a9afl t Mhin The Commoner vBest StomachsJnthe Worldl People who depend upon MI 0NA to keep them tree from stomach misery always have1 clean stomachs free from fermentation f IrQUA stomach tablets rffl drive cbut gas sourness and stomach aistress minutes Haydon Willettiguar antees them They will absolutely put an end to indigestion and make the stomach sturdy and strong if used as directed Far all stomach ailments and fpr ner vousne loss of appetite nightmare overeating drinking and for all diseases caused by Upset stomach Miona is guaranteedA box 50 rents at Hajdon Willett and druggists everywhere 4nUiwsul Find- A negro driver for W H Mc lli Elroy Oo the ccal dealers made a rither unusual discovery t the coal yidWednthiy mor mug In pabainS fHim jue part of the yawl to another he SB won the ground near the fence and also close to a pile of wourf twn bottles The appearance in siza were not altogether unfaraiijar to the negro an he waiked over to where they were Jjing a dl picked one up Investi avion revealed tthat both containedl booze of the Mourn and Grigsby brand bottled in bond Ti e bot tIes were taken to the office where L they were sam pi HI by jwiae connoisenrs who lapper- Sio edthbt there at the time whil Mr McElroy went with t one grottboplace where ihe dir coyery was mado Lying only a short distance from wHere the w7s rl F w r7 1 CTHE=LE4DERa J c two bottles were found but near ly obscured from view were Jaterttll11asing twelve quarts of Moore andI Giigsby Vniskey had been stolen the night before from the freight depot which is only a short dis tance away and it is now be lieve that the person who stole the whisky found that he could not get away with allof the twelve bottles took what he c uld carry ana threw the others over the encaOr course the five bottles found at the coal yard were returned and much sympathy is felt for the negro driver The Lqbanon prise EnterS UniqtreName t MANY PEOPLE CANNOT PRO NpUNCENAME OP WORLDS MOST FAMOUS HEMEDY Hyome thats the proper way to pronounce HYom i the oJd reliable rem edy that has rid tens of thousands of that vile and disgusting disease fiyomei is made of pure Australian eucalyptus combined with thymol and other effective antiseptics and is guar anteed tobe free from cocaine or other harmful drugs Hyomei is guaranteed end ihe mis eryotcatarrh asthma croup catarrh aldeafness bronchitis coughs or colds or money baCk- Breathe it thats all no dosing the stomach Complete outfit including in destrACtiblefnhyerlOOvl EXa1t tlesof Hyomei if needed 50 cents at Haydon Will tt and druggists every where Horneand Harm Get your bdstraw and tobacco talksrready anij plant aTew rows 6fiearly potalbeC u t Did you plant a few potato inions last fall If not plant out a small patch of sets early Nowis the time to sow radisb es and lettuce in your not beds Try iithis Spring Begin to use the curry comb and 1Brush on your work stock tnd dairy cattle Sow a small patch pf rape for your hogs Sow a few acres of oats for early feed for horses and chickens Now is the time to sow your clover while the groiind is hqn- ercombed by the freeze Give your milk stock extra teed now that they may come b rough to Spring in good shape Get your posts ready and build 5hat string ol fence when the eround gets soft You cannot se a crop without a fence rExt The Prodigal Judge rWe wish toi again invite the attention of our readers to ou hew story which begins in thi umber It comes well recom mendedS 1 iRTIONO M JAYES MAPLE TREE HERD- i A rSS2 O 9 IIMape Tree Farm t 1 he Durocs One of the Ideal- Farms of Washington County L JJ One of Kentuckys ideal farms is tobe8 een within one quarter of a mile frpm the Court House in Springfield Ky Itis Maple Tree Farm owned and conduc ted by iMr E S Mayes Jr Maple Tree Farm i8 so called from the large maple tree that stands at the gate which enters thedriveway to the large brick mansion which is the Mayes home At first sight the visitor Is Impressed with the uptodate appearance of tbefarm arid the order and neatness that prevail everywher Walking out on the farm among its many well Kept buildings is to be seen the hog barn and hog pavilion in which the sales of the now famous Ma l suB PAVTLIQN AND STOCK pie Tree herd are held Mr Mayes js a practical farmer haying been reared on the farm He1 is a man who understands bogs as the healthy condition of his herd at all times demonstrates Henas entered on his work as a It breeder ot fine hogs with the in tentonof making it permanent and has prepared hi tar fbuild ings to that end and has made a fitu 1iot bog especially the Duroc Mr Mayes is a good ex ample of what study of the farm and farm conditions can do al though be has made aa specialty of hog raising One cause of the failure orourI Farmers Institutes is ttat are opt full enougli being too much theory and not enough practical experience In this in stance whatever theories Mr Mayes may have be knows from practical tests whi hare good and which are worthless when it conies to hogs and an opinion expressed by him as 10 hog rais log has behind it practical experience which insures its value The Duroc is a very popular hog throughout the country good H Thy grow very large tfre easily kept and their growth is very ra ties go to a bogS For some time past Mr Mayes has been having hog sales at bis pavilion These sales are atten ded by the leading hog men not only of Kentucky but other tates as well for the quality of Mr Mayes herd is well known as he attends all the leading Dijiroc sales and has purchased many ofJtbe very best to be had in the country m the Doroc lIfneijand 1 hog raisers of Washing on county have an opportqniny the best blood lines iq their stock at moderate cost by pat rbniziug Mr May ea and stocking their farms with the blood of the winners of the prizes atihe VYbrfds Fairs The jast sale of Mayes was held in November 1911 at which time many of the farmers of Washington county availed themselves tbeopporunity to purchase fine hogs The next sale will be held at his pavilion on March 15 1912 when 50 head of bred sows will be sold at pub lie auction 15 of these will tie great large yearling and two year old sows some haying lit ters and others ready to far row in a few days The 35 bead of Spring Guts will all with pig greatboarand great boars will haye something good Good Enuff Again Jr BARNrr quailis seFurlug has been winner ther cent StatA Pair in Louisville ami pro noun ed by all the prominent breeders of tbisand otheVs atesI as being the greatest undeyear Duroc bear they had eve seen C Ts Col has never been i the show ring but the young s ws in thej sale ring on March i will prove what he can do These 85 guts aretbout doubt the finest bunch ot uroc guts that will pass throu jh the sale ring this season Tli 44are not over fat but in fine con ition and everyone looking a rfect picture of the hreed l1 era is not a mean back in the uqch Everyone of these fine iIi hive been raised on Maple Trei Farm nnd are living specimens what this farm can produce After leaving the sale epart men we find a regular cdny of hogs First comes E Si ueen a great daughter by Higl Uhief rearing her family of t a chit dren sired by Good EnuI Again Jr Then comes Red Bose 4th with her fdmily of 14 red by the Great Chief Orion thit sold for a high price in K foot J One of the many ones to be sold ot he to et Mr of be at Walters sale last Janu4fr Then comes Miss ChiLi dug jo farrow a litter on Ft b 29th ty Prince Imperial the good barf tjy U W McKn ght winner of tirit prize in tbe recent Kentucky S tsFair The Lady Grant due to arrow a litter February 29 by iirbunka Colt Then wesee the f eat Gilt Defenders proud Lad jf sired by Defender the Great Ialtt rnation al Grand Champion B01of19Qg and 1910 now ownelj by East Bros at Lima Ohtottiey hay log refused 5000 for jhtm since the first of January fendEtrs Proud Lady is bred to McNeils Model the tine boar tljr t Dr A H Herr of Elida lioi paid 1500 tor Next Isi otessors Dream a great yearling low sired by the Professor and bred tt the Great Defender i Qd theu Fancy 2adby the Paolcssoj ala litter mate to the boariKeformer l reIcentl i sister to Fancy that sold onJJ December 21 to tstemen Son of Middlepoint Ohio for875r She has another sister thai has been refused an offer of 500 Fancy 2d Is bred to Defender and something great is expected from this mating Already Maple Tree farm has received fromiJromlDentI bredIbyIgreat ex pitcjier Robert Ewing of New Hampshire Ohio He bought her in H EJ Brownings sale on Noy 18 1911 for 1500 Then there is Flowing Tide No 57014 an other daughter of Ohio Chief She is certainly the Queen of the Breed her sire having sold for 6000 She is bred to the Professor the greatest and most popular boar living today Then comes Johns Ideal 5tb She is by Johns Ohio Chief a son of Olio Chief This great sov is atE stBros LimajQbio being bred to defender She is one of thepets of Maple Tree High Chief Queen is one of the money makers of Maple Tree having recently wpaned a litter by Johns Ohio Chief aud is now sarein pig to Good Enuff Again Jr Then thereis Top May 4th by Top Col a great boar owned by D Br Jchnson Spn Mooresville md The fore going review of Mr Mayes herd shows plainly the quality that is in it and it is to be hoped that the people of the county willnot overlook the opportunity that i now given them to have the bet to be had in the Durocs on their farm This sale will be largely attended by prominent hog des era both in and out of the state and Washington Countys crowd will be there too this time having been a vakened to the advantage offered them A Mean Mn Down in Oklohoma the other day a man went to a store to buy a saw He saw the kind he wanted and asked the price It was 165 the dealer said Good gracious said the thai 1 can get the same thinK fr m Sears Roebuck Co1 for 185I Thats less than it cost me It said the dealerUbot Ill sell it on the same terms as the mall order house just the same IIAIl right said the customer you can send it along and charge it to meNot on your life It the dealer replied No credit in this You cant do business with the mail order house thai way Fork over the cash The customer complied Now 2 cents for postage and 5 cents for money order IIWbat Certainly you haveto send a letter and money orderto a mail order house you know The customer inwardly raving kept to his agreement arid paid the 7 cents Now 25 cents expressage Well Ill be he Slidi but paid it saying Now hand me the saw and Ill take it home and be rid or this foolery Hand it to you Where do you tllnk you are You are in Oklbhoma and Im in Chicago and youll have to wait two weeks for that saw Whereupon he hqng tbosaw on a peg and put the money in his cash drawer That makes 167 he said II It has cost you two cents more and taken two weeks longer tor get it than lif you had paid my price in the first place1 Har rodsburg Herald Cunningham Duncan and Wharton have just received 85 different styles room size rugs in Ax minster velvets and Tapes try From 10 to SO Call and see them No trouble to sHow them Strayed from my fann near tPenwick i back pale hog 140 pounds S ESheWmaker J INSPIRING Parade of Springfield Schools AThrillinf And Beauti ful Spectacle It would be dilatoriness on out part if we failed jo record the patriotic spectacle afforded by the Springfield schools in their parade on Monday las We have stood on the corner of the square and have witnessed fifty thousannd men uniformed and representing the flower and chivalry of every State in the Union pass in1 review with emblems wildly tossing in the breeze like fair beautiful things wish lug to be free We have been thrilled by martial strains of the military bands and ihe resound ing measured tread of infantry and yet it appears that the re view of our school children excited more tender emotions thar any of the foregoing pictures a it brought us back to those dtwhen an unsu Led mind mad doubly patriotic An education unlined wihpa triois is an unspirited one A community that makes noeffort to propagate or encourage patri otic principles is u dangerous elleryotherNo silkifcountry in him he still possesses an atom of uobiiit upon which there is a chance to build for betterWe to use no stereotyped phrases but to txtend in own rough and ready way our hearti est thanks Zothe originadraand promoters of the exercises of the 22 inst i and to assure them that the admirable discipline pervad ing the entire movement together with the appearance of each in dividual scholar carrying the gorgeous ensign ofIihe Repub lie were inspirations to us and will often bring refreshing remembrances Finds Baby on Porch j Early Saturday morning a nicely dressed healthy white ba by about two weeks old was found on the front porch of the residence of Mr Mr 4 J Graham who resides at thje toll house on the Gampbellsville pike just beynd the limits of the city The baby which is remarkably bright and attractive was wrapped in a bpmespun blanket and rested in a large pasteboard bOX such as is used for shipping fruit jars Mr and Mrs Graham have agreed to keep and take care of the little one until County Judge J A Smith endeavors to find a home for it There is not the slightest clew to where the baby came from This is the second baby deserted in this county in the past year Mari H Falcon Well Known Here Mr Thomas B fljcka a for mer resident of the Bradfordst ville district died at his home 60 High street in this city on Wed nesday night at eight oclock following a three days illness Mr Hicks suffered a stroke oft paralysis involving his left sWe while visiting at the home of Mr John Mobley near New Market Monday morning He was re moved to his home b re that afternoon his condition growing slowly worse until death relieyed hefeIliked Mr Hicks He was 82 years old and had an active and retentive imemdry The interment was in Ryder cemetery Deceased is survived by one daaguter Mrs James Mobley of this city and two sons AlexHicks of New Mar ket and Tom flicks of Kansas Marion FalQon To make room for winder lay ers for ar limited time I Offers nice lot of of pure bredl S 0 R I Reds early batched cockrels from 50 cents to 100 Would sparer lew pullets and hens if urdeed at once Also four hce Berkshire mala pigs and live Chester Whites subject tto regis LerSMRS S G TUCKER R V D 4 IISUBSCIJpljON LiOOI41EAR j t u r I J Ii J2rv 4 t i 1Coy4rfaDakiniowfer Jv tJf irAbsoluteirJ4re L whreth finest biscuit SS eake hotbreads crust fJdrJ puddings are requiredftsRoyat is indispensable L 1 r Royal is equally valuableSIin the preparation of pfcunjX tori 1 fj substantial everydaySfoods for all occasions t The only baking powder HUMJ f i from Royal Grape Cream OTartrl J tJ1t JIII 45S The Girl On The Farm- The farmer girls generally ip not r alfe the advantages that try have fur se1im prove meit over the city girl sas an exchange The r edom and iin dependence of fam life afford opportunities for study which ttightly employed would devel girls1intOprofssIoniil times How is it girls and es especially you girls on thefarm that we hear so often of thh self made man and solittle ottthe selfmade Plan f TThe girl who has been raised on a farm and who has aspira tions to any of the professions generally boncefres the idea that she must get away from the farm to do her studying at The toobastYligkeep such perfect healthj which JB11t1reat requisitoi a bril iant mind andiffrst6fkailbq fore you aspire to any profes sional work learn ypur duties as a house keeper Household duties will not interfere with study You require exercise and there is oothingbetter tbftn keeping a farm house and if you do not wish to take up a profession study will uot harm you make the most of the talent nature hgiven you andwhen the fellow is met your happiness will be of the kind that you cill not regret the time yon consider ed wasted in study Spencer Courier PUBLIC SALR r An administrator 6f the late John T Reed I will qnliiajprem ses near Booker Washington County Ky on SATURDAY MATROfi 2C 1912 at 130 oclock pm offer foi1 sale at public auction to the highest bidder all his persona property and effects consistingoi One bay mire broke to bar nesS about 10 years old 15 12 nanda high one rubber tire bug ifyonl used a few tlnles one unabout and harness compare Uv ly new usedjbut little one Deering mower and other farming implements alljo pair of fence stretchers in good condi tion about five or six hundred bushels of picked corn to be sold in lots of ond hundred bushels seven stacks of hay three good stackS of timothy hay and the other four mixed and some few articles of household furniture Terms All sums of twelve dollars and under cash will be require Over that amount a credit of six months will beglv eh Note with good security and approved personal surety will bit required of all pQrcniLsers aud bearing interest at 0 per centper annum from date until paid No property delivered or removed frorn premises untiVVnotea are executed as above JW TlJOKvBR Adra r 4JohnT Reed deceased S M OAMPBSLb Auctionetr o v t r rI 0 How Much OfYoeiS ISQme folks are always worjry V tbecausefplksdqnthIkmuch as off otherg They dont see into ItJ They think thatthey are just M stharasthothers they kiibr how to appear and ailthatsort iiot thing Still they never s tm r to have any rea1l frien4i Whifr 4 is the trouble with inch fglknr trets not heharsh nor find fait with them but may we not tik H them a few questions Ik How muchot sonrseIfdoyii t really give to make the liveiot others happy Jf You know about thi bettfr than anyone else Be faIrdLi giving your nawtr BiqeTifc is the one that gives most that gets most Give smiles sad good Words und yotf get them tSckV again in full measure preddown and running over Cheery faces win when not jngiils does Frlfeeds come t frle dlySfolks How much ofyouelf1pypq 4 gheto lhelp folka Jhif hafeiit such a very jjopd time in life It doesnt lake much just a floWer put auto the hand thafi doabled up with passion against the world oay a tender k tlCb fe brush away the tears which Main then cheek in time of sorrow simply aj bt of comfort md efiIlr j couragemenfat the right time ibesfr are enough to Bake ey ery one you meet say of DUf What a good raaittie ilbl lfret couldnt be a better one iim the worldu v This doesnt cost Each and the world is so hungry for suclr little bits of S8cyIce GlTcofv I yours lves everyday Giy freefy for the fountain willneye viiir dry the more yoagiv thtM oHre there will be to jive Aitdla jiolessingi you will be blieeed W Farmer Vincent fv 0 Petilk 1fed V f On Tuesday a petmoiiw iitllaJ in the county court Mkiftea4r tn election be he1J l OB Thirsi t f rfjiy 2nd 1912 Ik Leo ke to5 f take a voter on whetbr siCrit y f uons vinous aw4 Alt 1iile ishall be sold inLabMkw TrtSr tWg n is sFgneO by wl fe 1 nd 172 colored oPrStated that each 4s n llefjal Tb4fME t inthecity As several names si Md rltlC 7 pencil were almoit rubbai on win possibIytots 5ST b l nghaudledbyaiiwpe S ng a cartifiedop fthe 1ti tipn could not be cM MdlMi 45 L yesterday morning too Jsil t r publicaiiotfthis we4k i The law provide that UM pif tltlon shall not be iUd e fre y order entered ctAlim Jik A jjf rttonoftheoiatycoartatheda J oifthe eleijfcon kt IhMset tfter thefilteg of ts f CASTORJAS r sa TI KdYsim 1Iipr lto n t t yr 1W I ThE NEWSLEADER r SPRINGFIELD f iiUL BYBSY TMUJMDlY 1 I JMKSKNM JOSEPH POUN J4ircJtPbJtshere OoGaIdrabe excitement was oecackwed in Louisville Ky when it became known that Prof Urfiet1 BftctuLnaq and Madajn Hilphl two clairvoyants aod me diunwh6 have been conducting H parlors in the cifi y professing to bjjbl Co tell past t present and future bring the separated to 1 jfeiher fit d lost treasure etc tj bad fpidtdthier tent like thr Arabs and silently stole aaj IniddJtioni to the magic pcw r erswhTich thy claimed topes esxthey also claimed to haveI tti power of healing by the same uncanny influence Wonderful tojfelate they succeeded in lead jJng a large number of people of i ihe best families in the city to patronize them and when the leftthey took with them of theI hard earnings of the life times ol tbier yictimi various sums ranging fro 2JXto 2000 It eem that when a visit was raadeto them the persons inv r i ably repeated the visit a second and third time when they wouldI be tofcl that they had a large sum of money which they were told Cto bring to them when it would be tibcreased This it eemfoI theywould generally do with tbft f tttt only result that could beejcpect i edf pipe r was found in i splaceI 4 JTbatS9tDe hypnotic influence- waaused seems inevitable a it i il4incredibie to think that a p rsorI ifot ander some spell could hr y Indeed to dp such a thing it- t being evident that such istTii 1aseand that Mediumism can b nothing elsethan a fraud it be ihoyes society to suppress it Yet mediums advertise and rur publicly not only in large iliesi4 but in the rural districts as well I Hypnotists and clairvoy autsg log exhibitions throughout the country are often patronized by theHnRUSpecting public In the Louisville affair we hardly know what jjudgment ought tobl I passed m the matter when UeI the people hid been bitten wit k Madam Hilph andProf Buc an anwent to another medium jtp WIascertain what had becone ol them and their money It seem strange how people wil ba led i into the power of such pepple a which ifit Iis cwer atall is evi in its nature Wbetberor riotI any prosecutions are taken iic the present matter the public hasbeen taught a valuable 1esl jjonlnougb sad to some yet nol likely to be forgotten I be instructions given the 1 Gr nd Jury by County Attorney Mi yes that there was hard an thing that was wrong but for which a punishment was pro tcribedj reminds us bow much me re important it is that we eri force the llaws we have than past n Otlerstobe dead letters on the statUtes yet ho v often do vfc heltr people say when someorie ha done wroug fbatougbt bet agaiflfct the law when lif thy would torto think they would find it not the fault of the law but want of enforcement 1l 4 I ScottsII Emulsion I r keep children healthful and happy j dr6psoftNleeUdne every day and watch them grow lTPREVENTS 4 Croup Whooping Cough f Bronchitis j J Lou i of FieJ t ap4r 1ritIWM1 JMX ottumunr ilIs reminds us also that there is no good in always cam ring for the enactment ofpev laws wbrn tl rse we ha e HW snfljoient = = ftCol IZoosevcik ha uununccJ that he is n candid Lte This however is no surprise tn nmt Of us as we Imve expected it for sometime At firstJiis ann JU cement was td the effrct that Barkis was willln After developments have demonstrated that Barks was something mote thanwi1liuJ and now he ac knowledges that Barkis js cour tin MbneyBack Dandruff Cure HAYDON WILLETT GUARAN TESS PARISIAN SAGE FOR DANDR OFF AlfD FALL ING HAIR Think of it dear reader if PARIS IAN SAGE isnt the most invigorating and pleasaut hair dressing you ever- nsedmoney back stophairdcalp itch money back M cents at Haydon and Willett and druggists everywhere PARISIAN SAGE as a hair grower and scalp cleaner is all rihtMraDoraM Daniels Williamson W Va PAISIAN SAGE cured me of terri ble itching of thescalpMrs C P Pope Oxford 4J- aEDUCATIONAL NOTES rThere are days in every year which bringr echoes from tne pastthat send ripples down the stream of life und thrill the nearts of all mankind with 6 bigger truer feeling of the sub limity of the things that were and the things to be These days make us forget self and remember that real worth is not recorded upon artificial display or worldly splendor but indelli hly stamped upon the higher development of the human race Alter the days made raomora ble by the lowly birth in Bethte hem the tragedy of Calvarys Sill and the triumph of the Res surection morn the heart of every true American thrills more with love and reverence on the 22pd of February than on anyI other day Second in honor to the Divine Life that conquered sin deatband the grave isthat noble life which looms above all Uhers os the yayiour of the grandest of all countries from the ravages of greedy kings and the establishment of a new home Urt the braVo and the free who are to teach to all nations the sublime decree of civil and reli gious liberty Prof Coivin from wnose ev ery pore oozes love for America tod her message to the world knowing the influence bfa Hie like Washingtons upon the de velopment of character instead of having a holiday totJik vantage l of the day tova ouse in the pupils of the graded schools i spirit of patriotism which is born in the earL of every Amer the evening beginning at 8 oclock the Li erary ocieLy held ian open session during whch the followirg subject was ably debuted Resolved that the year 1911 was progressive along all lines Each speaker delivered an ex cellent address in a manner that was pleasing to all and which must haye delighted their instructor and their parents be yond expression All deserve special mention while Flora Royalty Naomi Rogers R gina OBryan and Celia Crtgor by their scholarly speeches and mustlhavethatif woman must have a ndIl in the guidance of Ihe Sjiij ofI State the young ladies of the fcviingfleld High School will be propajred and quite able to hold their town With the stronger sex ftltIamplyharshness of school llfp on PiiiI day afternoon at the ready rdI sponse of the fifty pupils in his room to hisball to rise and tPll thEmjrheeous the pupils knew nothing ofj the exercises until caled upon Fruit and Shade Trees I Strawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus Rhubarb Ross Peonies and Phlbjjc EYerjtlilDgFor Orchard MWD and Garden7 Free Catalo No Agents B fYP Hilleomeyer SSODS Lexington Kyj Harry Qoodloe ui fo url Hu ry Glav delivtred rn PXC lpnt speech One whodid not know the conditonwo ted Jiaf1oDJ as tlul P a pa ration Thetr itrtofthe most plea at1t in tbo history of ThvCoolf oltSfrUiiXf the many poJ speeches the victor ies of turn over tdw the Inar ty good feeling which prevailed and ihe remarkable value to the participants of an extemporane ous exerctse The induence of bthe exercises upon the teachers and pupils of the Graded School will always be felt wih a thrill of pleasure however rugged tlie way On floSsies Advice Yes said young Mrs Tomllnson as she poured a glassful of water Into a shallow bowl filled with blooming bulbs they did bloom at llast and they are pretty But dont you ever let any one tell you what Flossie told me about them for it Isnft true Chinese lilies or narcissus asked her visitor as she slipped off her pin less hat and warmed her blue tipped fingers against the tea cozy all set for gentle brewing Im sure I dont know I bought both kinds of bulbs and they got mixed and now every bowl has some flowers with yellow centers and some that are white and everybody tells me- a different story about which Is which But that doesnt nfattcr nearly so much as the rest of It Young Mrs Tomlinson sank IntQ her wicker chair and began to arrange the delicate tea hips and after that she uncovered a pile of cheese sandwiches It Is all lovely exclalmed her friend Alltea cheese sandwiches and flowers I am cold and hungry so hurry the teaa ddo tell me what Flossie said that wasnt true None of It wag true about the bulbs declared young Mrs Tomlin son sternly And she started me on them you know She was here last summer when we gave our rubber plant to Aunt Sophie because Harry said It was too big to live with and fussed so about it I was sorry to see It go for it was the only thing I ever made grow and I have spent as for lime on ferns ana various kinds of plants They die the minute I touch them So Flossie suggested bulbs They were quite cheap she told me 4Just get some cheap plain glass bowls said Flossie and you can gather enough pebbles this summer to fill them Then get the bulbsat 25 cents a dozenand you have flowers for the entire winter Plant them two weeks apart and then keep them In the dark for two weekS In sir weeks they bloom and you can keep taking out your bowls as the Old flowers die It sounded delightfulso I decided try it That was In July We were going north for the rest of the summer so 11 lijpt made a note of it apd watched for pebbles Whenever we were In swimming or were walking by the lake I made everybody pick up peb bles for me Harry said his pockets were full of stones all summer long aud lie got awfully mad once because I emptied the cigars out of a cigar box to put stones In newI covered up tie cigars and they hurt a bit I brought back four boxes of stpnes perfect beauties blue and white and yellow and pink Then I began to look up bowls Flossie said the bowls would cost almost nothing at all and I began to look for plain glass bowls The cheap ones were dreadful pressed glass things and the only pretty ones were 1 each so I got two of those and then looked at pottery bowls Harry says that theres where I lost my head but I looked on the bowls as an investment And I got some beauties They cost more than the others but I thought they were worth the money and the Japanese clerk was such a dear about choosing them Then I got the bulbs And Instead of cpstlng 25 cents a dozen they were three for a quarter Flossie said went tb the wrong place but I didnt know that and I had bought six bowls soIhad to have plenty of bulbs About October 11 began to set them out so they would begin bloom- Ing about November 15 I never have got over this part of it Harry hna always given his cigar poxes to a neighbor boy and ho came over to play in our basement one day and found my pebbles in those boxes and threw them all Into the alley Harry wasnt at all sympathetic He simply refused to go and gather more pebbles by the lake which he might have done to save expense and so I had to go back to the bull store and buy little ugly commonplace stones for ten cents a quart I finally got one bowl startedin the lack In the coat closet There Harry found it before it was a week silkIlapetson counting it in as part jjf the pense He never seemed to care for my bulb ambitions That bowl was broken and of course It was the nicest and the little tender sprouts were harmed so I had to begin again I tpok all the things out of the closet and had the janitor put upsome shelves and it didnt cost much and was a splendid place for the- bulbsBut all winter Harry has saId that he hasnt been able to find a thing in Its proper place He quieted down bit after the bulbs got to blooming Ia until begot his newspaper in a bowl shol1ldIi wasicourse I have learned a lot IO bulbs I tell Harry that next ellrslnce I have my equipment5 everything will go much better It is 1ait fnvestment you Bee so I must go on for there are only the bulbs to Vbuy If you ever want to try them dear come to me er ask Harry Wo know Do have another sandwich i THt UILDRZN 1rJ llKENNEDYS LAXAIiVK COUGH sYRup 1t I a J u iii i w ii Iu1Ina sill I LII 1 1 1 L J I t VaIiII i I Sal to be held under cover at my farm 14 mile East of Springfieldi Ky on I r I PRIOAYMARCH 7i r 1 J I j rerYhO in hissaleWi t SQldWit J 1JjJ 1 c f ttI t JItII l j j I IWiite II Catalogue E SsMAYES Jt l I I Irp i I IIIIJ fLIES FORiYY AID Interesting Legal Battle Over Will in New York Attorneys for Heirs Ctalm Insects Were Used to Give WJten Agreement Appearance if Age Son Finds Document nINew YorkUp entral New York for four years a t larkablo law case has been going q the World saysiFrank B Townsend r font years has been trying to prt a that ho is the legally adopted so of rich old Cyrenleus C and Mar Jane Towns nd One of the most mportant doc uments In the case is axpeworq fly stained slip of paper ted January 24 1862 The defense las attacked this on various ground That the signature li not genuine That somebody sweet ed the paper tomake flies light onJand give it the appearance of ngej Townsend the contes nt is the son of Harriet Eaves a w jw with fourI fchildren who was takq to the house fortynine yea ago The Townsends who had n children had the almshouse physlcla bring one orl the Eaves boys to th r homo He was returned In a fe days and a brother was substitute This one they kept dnd he noa man over fifty years of age is t Ing to prove thathe was legally ad ted In 1905 Mary Jane 1 iwnsend died and a month later Cyr ileus followed herThey had had aIchildren and both died without maK ig a will and a horde of Townsend relrs appeared- as claimants Frank made appllcat in to the surrogates court to bQ ap ointed admin istrator as son of tb estate The application was denied proof being lacking of legal adoptlc tt Immediately after the PerryTow end suit tend ed Frank began In ca best to make inquiries Ho sought old men who had been Intimate h Cyrenleus Townsend and from t m learned or remarks that his fosiir father had made The day following th search Frank TIJomaSIed and time stained n nlch read Agreement made t s 24th day of January 1S62 between Cyreneus C Tovkaeud tnd iWy j ilowns iid of the town of Jerusaleni Yates county N Y patties of the rst part and Harriet Eaves party itt the second part In consideraUor qt I parties of the first part agree take Charles Eaves son of Harriet J ivcs and give tuna a good education hi d at our death he is to have all of oijr property pro viding we have no lldren of our own and If we tlo hay children then ho hull share equal wi h them It Is further agre that Harriet Eaves gives up all clallrts on her son and will not try to gfithe boy away CYRENIEUS C 0WNSEND MARY JANE TO yVNSEND HARRIET A BAljSfl The case is now o appeal in thai appellate division wh h among other questions will have i consider theI Startllng theory pro ed by expert Hamilton ifr that for the first Ume In history flies helped to forge a ibcumcnt GIRL REJECTSD OF EIGHT Suitor Falls to Mentn Children to Prospective BrIde ifie Tears Marriage 11tense UPI San Francisco Cal When Isidore Cohen a San Franc o tailor gave Minnie Levy of Ens Oakland a list oC the assets which w uld go to make hfrn a valuable busba he neglected to inventory his eight motherless chit dren Everything else wa told her In detail and she was sc impressed that she appeared at the dUnty clerks of fice and obtained aHpenso to marry him M Cohens oversight Qeveloped and early In tho morning Miss Levy was at the cn inty clerk pfflcA nv DlIiU neP A I want j marriage iiceuao r Z r n uncedcMiss Levy said that Cohen ex plained after the license had been is sucdythat he was the fath r of eight children I dont want to marry a family protested Mlds Levy as she proceed ed to make confetti of the license TOTS EAT SNOWBALLS DIE Children of J W Connor of PIttsburg Dead Stomachs Found Frozen Pittsburg Twd children of James W Connor of the Pittsburg branch of the Unfed States internal revenue service vare d feadat their homes in Knoxville the result ofi eating snow balls a fewdays ago At the hospital It was stated that the stomachs of the tots had been frozen and that peritonitis had resulted The boy complained of acute pains and his mother thinking It was only a juvenile ailment administered stim ulants before a physician was called He died soon after The girl also cried in pain and it was too llate to save her life when It was discovered that she too had eaten snowballs His Dream Came True Rockford llLGlen Stockman reamed that his stepfather Sol Hayes shot and killed himself Next day he received a message that in formed him hid dream had como true TAKING CARE OF JEWELRY Should Always Be Cleaned at Regular lntervals7Best Methods t Proceeding Provide yourself with an old tooth brush and a soft brush such as jewel ers4 use a bottle of grain alcohol and a box of jewelers sawdust You will also need a soft cloth a piece of plain chamois thoroughly impregnat ed with rouge powder A few additional small bits of chamois are also necessary for polishing Then provide two dishes pf lukewarm suds made with fine white soap anti your Outfit is complete First work on your plain bright gold jewelry or other material which requires a high polish Rub gently but thoroughly with the rouge chamois until you bring it tip to a brilliant polish Next select the gold articles which look most difficult to you put them in the suds and scour thorough Iy with the toothbrush Practically all the dirt should come off in this process When completed rinse in a second suds to clean still better Then dip in alcohol and give a further brush ing Then dry carefully on a soft cloth arddrop Into the sawdust and rub about until they show a bright luster With the jewelers brush move every particle of sawdust and give the articles the degree of p01 ish they ought to have Using tho soft brush And the plain chamois for this purpose The rouge chamois ill the highest polshec but it can bo used only before an article has been washed because It lleaves rouge Powder on the jewelry All precious atones except the pearl will be beautiful after such a brllIliancy of semiprecious stones or even of common glass Imitations It will enhance their brilliance Silver jewelry that looks black will come out of this process with a fine white luster and gold will be returned to its original richness Sterling sn1 vet jewelry can also be cleaned wlgb remarkable ease by boiling In sal soda water HomeMade Brooches The peculiarity of the side frill or lapel that needs a pen to hold It in place has brought about the use of many ornamental brooches One of the newest of these is made ot gold braid with color od Scads for the cen ter And any girl can make such a brooch Disks of gold braid sowed together and centered with jewels or beads of desirable colorings make up easily All sorts of shapes are given them and often pendants are added to tarnished gold buttons of passemen terie ornaments or of beads or JJaw els The brooches have strong safety pine sew iII i J1f 7TH ANNUAL HORE SAIEw f f WE WILL ON 1 Saturdayy March9ji AT 10 QXL0CK A MT t SpriffiiKysell 100 Head Horses and Mules +I f inSpringfielnotaffordbeseveralt rtoverarsomeg- ood ones namely 1 IOne good 6year old sorrel horse good m all kinds of ihXrhessyand a f4J I bay 4year old walking horse 1 black hiarel 6years old ihfb r ta M good one 1 pair black fiveyear old horses well broke wiU bfe offered SMNiIfiltatogether 1 Jay inareone of thebest family mares in the county a idott afr thing soundand manypther goodones also sohie good work mules er SFort c ip t R 0bOBLIT 1 ts4tL I r a 7 ii7t7t 4 or S M CAMPBELL =iii 4Wonderful Ct rtbsltyi On the banks u the IVilllbmette river a short dlBUiicj above orUahd Ore tands on tf the most remark able rocks in the world Itiis known as the Balancing lick gibing from n broad base is a nll column rovUi ly round in shape Jurt abovo thlaiahugo mass of r6ck bt ricg otrce on the summit the total height of rock and column being about 100 feet Af though a great deal larger and heav ier than the pillar on which It stands the big rock is very accurately bal anced For how many centuries tula odd freak has tool npt even the wisest sCientists are able to determine but it has evidently been there for very long period Tho entire rock Is of a volcanic nature and tho most singular thing nbott it Is the fact that the knob and pillar are entirely dls jointed from ono another Wind and weather no doubt are sjowly wear lag tho Balancing rock away but the process is so lmporccnUbi that fail lug some unforsc n catastrophe the monument will probably endure for1 many centuries t f a t Vanderbilt Gats atlp Thero re a lot of stories told of A1frC1Vanderbilt to himself wife On lone occasion ho had an amusing experience while driving his coach between London and Brighton At one stopping place an American approached him and hand ie utzn at ton qti rm iiuc m customary atyiv baic Vandorbilt afterwards topk tho money and putt in my pocket and 1 th nk I had the better of him I dPnt know whether this particular Ama lean intended it us a snubi because 1 was a coachman or because ho didnt know me let us give him the benefit of the doubteither way its good enough jtrt yandefbllt bythe way Merited 20000000 from nl J father the Into Cornelius Vanderbilt He owna over 100 prize horses and ccu fiiders coaching the finest flport in thn worldV London l1vVor i Ingenious Watdfi Among the Ingenious devices of the physician may bo mentforid uwatcbt constructed on tho stop principle whereby thovrnumber of pulse ibeats per minute may be indicated A j pusfbutton is pressed at the the count and again at the twentieth pulsation when thfe nuniberot beats per minute Is sbosja On adiitl without the necessity for calculation StU another push on the button brings the counter back to the starting point In the ordinary method of taking the pulse the olfaervor Is obliged to do two things the same Umeicpunf th beats and keep his eye on the eecond bM ofhW watch Wlth the pulse watch only one operation Is necessary the counting Df the uulsallon up to 20 when the push uttorf pre sed t 1SritSt t a r SEEKStJKETEAsuNEI 1S1 Visit New VAIs Kto Seara4ifsr31NQI 7 11LondonChares JltCoB4t or fleer 0fthe National Salvage associa tldns Bteairisfcfl 1 Lyons recently Jettt London for New York tdr 1Mabof t 150000 to carry oa the wotk etWcdSr erlng the treasure la the ida9war Lutlne which rank lie ZgyditTZ4ia171a9i I The Lutlne was acar1teisejJ cap turcd hy England frdnvlM Frcek and was reported to ye eairyleO- OOQO worth Qt gold rsVirlleii s was lost with all JmncU Bj ielyie work was carried no fjjH5Hiientbe Ipri summer and aHMHHftfc things Vroughf ea found patterl1IeEwith shot T r OACDQtileCtI t tao14 Captain Gardner eoLr rUtLyons is ceHatiM a wsska- flno fBreather tie sia tU eQ xylll ta discovered iIispsre tone are tto be ron The Ly nIJHUy IeJI rAiiistordam Fofcy flV2CyS3 I hi a 4us aidm4gi I r 7 w DR GTBURTON J1IDNT DEI4TI1 AIrSETHI EXTRACTED NITiiUTPAIN Union HagM Block up staIn IIPRINGF1ELI KY All Dental Work Strictly FitttclMS DR j c JIUDJJ- PhyIoin and Swjjeon r Office hours 8 to9 am11 k T ltO2plflt Offices over Haydons Drugstor tJJ J I1Lamptoniii Office IiO era Htise eIOftIcFheR Me Residence No 30 r FVGRIGSBY I ATTORtEYATLAW D M W HYATT Office over Red Cross Drn Store Office hours1 Hyatt 1080 im to m 4 to 5 pm JOHN Y1 WAVES FERALf ulHtCTORj AND LICENSED EMBALMER t i TELEPHONE DAY19NIGHTT4I SPRIMFIELD O DR tfTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTCUOflIce over Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices IHyork guaranteed i BlPRUTGFIELD KY riUUroadXScheduler rFolloiwing is the time schedule now in effect on the jpardstowi and Springfield branch railroad Mp 41rLeavejj Louisville a 430 pme Bardslown Junction 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 pm t arrives at Springfield 655 pm r No 42Leavcs Springfield at 600 p m Bards own 645 am Bardbtown Junction 730 a m arives at Louisville B20 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville 720 am Bqirdstown Ounctiot 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m uriv St Springtield 1140 p m No44Leaves Springfield as 100 p m BardstoWn 220 p m Bardstown Junctign 410 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p ro WARIIS COSTING ITALY MUCK d Spending Vast Sums In Cannonading at Nothing More Vulnerable Than Desert Sands The- correspondent of the London Dally Express who Is noW wlth the k1Shorces In Tripoli says that the TurkS are hoping much from the cost of the war to Italy The war Is coBtlng Turkey nothing but the Ital ians are spending vast sums In inces nothingmoreJJcorrespondent says that there are Ital ian prisoners In the hands otthe Turks and that they are well treated and especially the wounded He thenb adds Tile TurklrJi doctors have other patients too I was in one of the medical tents this morning and there entered a muffled little figure la the dress of an Arab girl Hiding IiiiiiL her faceBbe crouched on the floor and the doctor removing bandages and pads showed me a ghastly cavity In the poor little creatures shoulder An Italian ballet had entered frorn beblnd and Had passed through making a dreadful wound I ques Honed her and the child still muf fling her fdce In her striped robe told me how the Christian soldiers broke Into her fathers house and killed hi- mother- land sister and how she being netujjlio doorhad run out Into the streeu Some of the soldiers followed her to the door and stood there firing at her as she ran down the street andA lastf said she one of those Christians shotiicc as you see here In the shoulder and I Tell down 0taflforrflaWin Grapes The total number of tons of wine grapes hnndlcdfejby the wineries In this vicinity during the last season reaches the surprising total of 70000 tons wrjtes a Lodl correspondent r this 70000 tons of grapes had been converted Into ewee wlne the tota number of gallons would apprbxlmate 5600000 It would be safe to say that at least 10 per cent of this tony nage Was converted Into dry wines 11Vhlch would bring the number ofgpl P lonBupto a higher figure As between table and wine grapes the wine grape industry at the pre ent time looks to be In tbebetter shape At f10 a ton for the conirnoi variety of grapes a rancher can show sos profit As table grapes bavd b MlllB for the last year or so there it little or ad profit In them NNWWHHH WHHfNHfiHiifiWtiH wMM 1 IIT tAticiI114ppcninIioT Intere s J 0 1 fft Freshest and Latest I AIIAb ut I 11dI cquiInticesuTOPiG8 MAAR IGet your horses ready for the greet horse sale March 9h FOR SALE 200 squares oft Asphalt Ready Roofing C L Pric FOR RENri5acres of ground Apply to Mrs Laura Vest- FORSALE3 r nice Duroc gilts with pig A B Walker We have already some good ones for our sale March 9thl Boblitt Campbell FOR SALE One yearling mare mule colt and one yearling filly Edgar Linten The best values in tobacco cm vassi at Cunningbatn Duncan and Wharton TteLades of Pleasant Grove will serve a County Court Dirt ner In March Save your money till March 9th and buy you a good horse or team of mules in our 7th annual sale L SLrayeqfromq my farm near Fenwiclc 1 black male hog 140 pounds S E Sh wmaker v r Womens tailored suits andI cloaks at cost at Cunningham Duncan arid Wharton If you havent bought yourI seed oatsHee ours before you buy 65 cents while they lastsBDLKECo- IR SALE Good cedar posts Apply 10 j Jbs4A RYAN K Springfield Ky R R 5 FOR SALE15 first class bred owh due to fatten the last of February or first of March GODDARD GRUNDY Wanted to iarm sell or trad for other stock 1 Black Jack 15 hands high by Old Clark J FlCEENEjTPr D 5 New carpets mattings linole urns oil cloth lace curtains and window narlesat Cunningham Duncan arid Wharton FOR SALE40 pair coming 3year old mules good ones any rind of team yoti want BradyIFOR 8ALE Baled Orchard Grass hay Lw CLEMENTS Cu ningbamDuncan Whar tonhavB just opened up a most attractive line of wall paper mI all the new Combinations There will be a regular com municaticn Springfield Lodge No 50 F A M1 in Masonic Hall Springfield Ky Monday night March 4th Work in Master Mason degree R E C LAWSON Master S 0 Buff Orpington cockrels and hens 100 eacb S 0 Or pIng ton and S C BrownLeg horn eggs 100 Jor 15WUd Mallard duck eggs il 00 for 15 MRS B TJ LITSEY Cunningham Duncau and Wharton are showine their new mock of whitejgoodsl embroider ies and laces The most attrac they haye ever shown Just received a car load of Northern While Seed oats They are 65 cents a bushel while they last B D LAKE Co t tFOR SALiEJFirst class Timo thy Hay also 30 good ewes B CLEMENTS When you need coal or lumber seethe BIG FOUROld Kent Gwn Bob and Peg W K MARKS SONS DOD t forget the 7th annualI horse sttle tuSpringfiold at bob lilts Main Street Stable March 9th To make roooi for winter lay etSjfor a limited titusI offers nice lot bf uf pure bred S C R I Reds early hatched cockrels from 50 cents to100 Would spare a few pullets and hens liJjI orde ed at once Aloo four tic tinJGhester Whites subject to regis tt MRS S G TUCKER R V D 1 I ro IFOR SALETWO Poland China large enough for service Also one 250 egg incubator good as pew George Lear r FOR SALE A team of coming IIwillSpalding ClernentsI LosTOnthessreetsoSprjng field between the Medley Pia and Mrs Kate Williams cel abcnt two weeks ago a with the letters GO W engraved thereon Finder will return to this office Cunningham Duncan and 35differentAxrninster velvets and Tapes try From 10 to S30 Call and see them No troublp to show them Rev J 0 Colley of Birming ham Ala will preach at the Springfield Baptst Ghnrcb Sun day morning and evening The entire congregation requested to attend f Mr J K Wallsj one of theI countys best known citizens bus turned bis attention to the growing of fruit trees and wjll soon have one of the best general orchards inthe country It will consist of 300 apple and 250 cherry tr Us 2oO peach and 100 peartrees He will employ a man to attend his fruit orchard He is the firetnian to experiment to kill San Jose scale using lime and sulphur com pobnd diluted to 40 per cent wa ter and reports the experiment successful The wil of Mr John B Mulli can was probated Monday He leaves to his wife absolutely all his personal property and also leaves to her the home farm during her he after her death the remainder goes to her daugh ter Mrs Joe Hagan Bis interest in land on Bards town and Springueld pike he di rects to be sold and after paying 50 to St Rose debts and cost of administration what is left of proceeds is willed one half to his brother W H Mullican one quarter to nephew R H Mullican and one quarter to hid niece Mrs Annie Lanham He names his wife as Exeoutrr and requests that she be allowed to qualify without bond Husband and Wife Both Die The deaths of uncle Alfred Ray and his wife coming as they did within a few hours of each other last Monday came as a shock toI a large number of colored people and as well to white people by whom the aged couple were held in great respecb All fred Ray had ben in bad health for some time On Monday afternoon his condition became Suddenly worse andhisi wjfo who worked at St Rose was sent for Shortly afer arriving at her home she died suddenly and her husband followed her in a few hours Both were buried at St1 Rose Circuit CourtI The regular term of the ash f ington circuit curt begun Ionday with Julge Thurmu pre siding The grjind jury j was empaneled and a strong fo ibl e cnarge given by Mr T IJcot Maye He urged them II in1Is quire dil gently into all viol tops of the law and impressed po y1actJ but what there was somllaw either statutory or coram n b t which the person thus offe ing could be punished He rgedr them to be very particu Inquire into all vinlntlnnsrvFthR saying laws concerningdeadly that pistols weonsf sible mfOr more crime tthat any other agency Ha also in ruc ted them very carefully in r gardIj to all violations of the quor laws and called their attiiition especially to sections oi theI statutes to which such att lionj is required to be called The petit jury was empa eIledf Tuesday and the day devoted to disposing of old indictments con tinued from former termsj The principal case tried was tat of the Gommonwaalth vs Na Liar din for false swearing whLreo r suited In a verdict of guilt GrkndJury 1ll Rob rt M Thompson L T Mayes J C Coffey Blri A Spalding E S Ida esf r J C Harmon Robert Thomtosdn Clifton McMullin L G J kins S D Campoell G E I del m PETIT JOKY Iist A MedleyrJS Lea mantWElter Hale O X Mudd j H Mcllvoy Daniel West Anj orson Holderman R A Wheatliy J Smith Henry WhltemISam Yocurn Fred Milr laude Begley J H DivinejlDvD row Bruce Keene Felix Tar Wrn Deacon John F Mather f and W J RileyV t Walnut Street Theilre i The Walnut Theatre w c11 has been successfully qondui ed bv Mr C W Camden for everal months past changed IK ds the other day when it was Pdhasedt by Messrs Leo flaydoi T I McElroy and Gwm Mar The theatre is well fitted up K either moving pictures or va eville I and has been well pa onizetl during the present seaso i The new firm is com sed of good theatre men and ti public is assured of some goo snowsI I seaIsontNewj Mr Byron Croake fho has been deputy sheriff f r some time has resigned his position and Mr T K Smith las beent appointed to fill the acancyt Mr Croake was aver jefficjent ff officer during his servO jo being diligent m the discbar Je of his duties Mr Smith the nedeputy sheriff is one of the countys best citizens heis iin ustrious and diligent and will b fearles in the discharge of his utiest Weddings I NiarriHge lie nses were issued this week to Henry Go6de and Miss Effie Howard a Ito MrJ Wm Holt and MissjEmaline Hardin tj a iIIn t t f i As administrators of the estate elf Richard F Pa rott and Margaret Parrot we will at thr late residence n the Springfield Mack ville turnpike about 2 12 i4 es Eist of Springfield onIThursday March 14 1912 ff- sell at public auction all of the personal property belong ing to the estates of said Richard F and Margaret Par rott con istiug of Househod and Kitchen furn tire farming implements of all kinds 1 Jack 4 Joiihets fine Stallipc 8 muhs from 1 to 8 years lid 2 yearling S ers 6 Cows and 8 head of Horses consisting of brood ares and young stools 30Q bushels of corn 75 bushels of j ieat meat and lard 20 Shares of Springfield Water Eft ttrid Light Stock also many other articles too numer s to mention 1 1II TERMS OF SAIE All suins in xcess of 10 on redit until January 1 lQ3 sums under SlOtor cash A pur- chaserS will be required to execute notes with approved perooual security bearing interest from date of sale 1 payable at either bank of Springfield Ss the pure asera may elect Sale Will begin promptly at 10 and will continue until the sale is completed Dinner will be prepared or all i persons who attend the sale = JOHN- F fSIMM- SJ BEN F SIMMS S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer Adminstr ors i tt4c IccA Pair of Country i iIIEach jear new plays are pre sented to Che theatre going public andi the percentage of sue cesses areM w and the wise manager who can pick a winner these strenu us daysnf hustling to be congratulated Manage- rsitil is to be congratulated in lthe success gf The Country Kids for it ranks among last seasons biggest successes The play is really one of the best of yrits class and has proven just what the public want lots of fin elegant scenery a pleasing sto fand enough sensation to pi ve it real life and color One thelsjJccecompany selected to give it the naturalness ard lifelike pori trayal of plays of this classI Actors who look and nct the puts assigned them rand no caricatures but the real ralI folks we see on the farm hA Pair of Country Kids will appear at the Opera House Moni day tight Marclr- 4Strawberry Supper f The Ladies of the St Cathar ines Alumnae will serve a strawberry supper sometime in May FeRSQN Mr J Walter Reidelofl Bards town was here Tuesday tnIFrankfMrs Sallie Simms was tp Albuquerque N M calledI I of the illness of Jier son EiSimms Hon C S Hill commonwealth attorney is here this week Dr JN Shaunty of Lonis ville was here Friday Mrs Herman Hayes of Louis i1rIS the guestof her parents Mr and Mrs G E Edeien Mr and Mrs Roy Smith are iu Louisville this week HonS i banlonpel Williams aro visiting friends in Louisville this wepk Messrs Phil Board and W A Taylor were here Monday business onII Mrs S M Van Arsdale is vis ting her daughter Mrs H M Nog at Campbellsville MrJ R Ciaybrooke was in Bardstown yesterdav Master Van Noe Arsdale who was at home sick for the past- endays returned to Frankfort yesterday to resUwohis duties as page Ir Fon tam T Spalding of Le banon was here yesterday attending court Mr J J McCa6e has returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs W F Trusty spent the week end with her mother at FewiHope Dr J B R bards and wife off Barrodsburg were here Mon IT day Dr Robarcls is contem plating lo atig here agriin forw he practice of his profession f Mr Lawrence Fowlerand Miss Catharine Good will b raarried today at Texas by Rev R LtPurdon j Litsey j Mrs J 1 Marliu and Miss Addie Oox spent the week end in Bloomfield Mis Layauia OConnor was IibijIincIJylastMiss Emma P linvtited Miss Elizabeth Logsdon Sun yang Monday Misq Nancy Thompson Ihturned lome alter a Visit to friends iin Springfield 70 YeaTSg wiihClghsI p We have JIad seventy years of eXperience with Ayersli liCherryl makes us have great onfiw dence in it for coughs colds stbronchitisweak lungs We want YOUe to have confidence in it as vwell Ask your own doctor what experience he has hadtl with it He knows KeepA in dose touch with him One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause giantentle laxative effect the day following yourdoctor IEDoseAnaMbthzo e 1 I TiiI IuIis- LUMNCE IS I 1 SkEir I I ALL WINTER GOODS1 U il1 Pemnants Odds aadEnds ii- I f I IIn each Department I I 4 Ladies Cloaks and Suits at half Price IIMens and Boys Suits and Overcoats at Cos Pairs Lace Curtamsjat Half Price IMe and LadiestrSweaters at Cost Jkj k j I y 1 I everyDepartmen41I On Table Linens Napkins Towels waist and DrM Linens Pillow Linens Unen Sheetings Cotton Shccti I ingsReady made Sheets arid Pillow Cases Bleachd4 Cottons Shirtings etc t I t Just Received jNfew Dress Ginghams for Spri New Rugs andMattings NOi TROUBLE TO SttOW GOODS HERE i I coiLT o 1 J 1 PUBLICSALE l t OF FINE FThRM 19lf2Beginningl pThe Ceo A Vandyke farm located One Mile from TayloryilIe Spencer Waterford pike TW farm contains 435 acres of as rood land as can be found in county Ken uccy Kentucky has on Taylorgyjl4e and lof nine rooms and basement Three gopd stock barns Three new tobacco barns WIth a aspWndid brick koee bacco Splendidly watered and in high stilts of cultivation l0Oacreof VIrgin timberland capacity Of so acres 010prevailing growth Suog1tree and lack Walnut This farm is noted for its Corn Wheat Bluegrass Tobacco and etc adapted J to thatuckv Epecia1ly adapted for dairy p sesjJt is beautifully situated in one of the any bess crop communities will in grow the In sea s ith mile of railroad churches Satepone depot a good graded school together fth aprboosed uture and last but not Ica4 within one mileot ole of the best busIness townsjn the StateJtrolley line m the aesi n This farm will be sold to settle up estate Will be offered in three tracts then as a whole and which imost will beaccepted way brings TERMS One third cash balance in one and two years ithG pr c irsgri tTtthisEm McMAHAN h ihExecutor of Geo A V deceased L Kyand t1 J Misses Logan Neale and Sara ideduvere the guests of Mrs C VanArsdale Thursday Mrs Sallie Vanarsdale lhviii ting in Campbellsyiilei Rfr jQhVKellv has returned ome after a visitto his sistei s herevMr John Grigsby and MrI TolD Key are on the sick list Benefits of the FireIThe fire alarm sounded and a va rant who had boon huddled in a dark hallway crept out and joined fhe crowd hurrying to the midnight flre Presently others of his fraternfty ap eared Why do all you Johnnies always break your ne 1Csto get to n mot aid aTntjn who was somethIng of re fiend himself The vagrant pointed to a woman ho was emerging from a nearby apartment house carrying a pall of eaming coffee Theres the answer he said At very winter fire that gives the firemen a hard tussle the women of the neighborhood bring out coffee and sandwiches to brace them up Some- mestho firemen donJL have time to atch a bite sometimes they dY there Is sure to be some womelLweltItsnve a poor devil a cup of coffee a night like thls I The man Ireptan eye on his candid relict He got two pups of qoUce d two san w ba r 4 SprllgfeId City Tailojl itf r Ladies and Gents Garments I vMAbE TO MEASURE t 1 ItYCleani fyeineF Hats cleanod cand reblpcked and pressing of all kinds iT GOOdS c He for and deliver thx IIPhoneGR F w W Baambau 4 ptii Every Business MaR I Recognizes the importance ot c fflductinf all jbiiimM s r telephone both local and long distance It ia ctiamyaa larhtgyr ftime and money Unexcelled t leplhone Bcnrke e ii WM jwarfJbi 1 tlines of the Cumberland Telephone and TfWrafir C pp ny LMC dlstdncQ connectiotis tSall Importiat poletakitsTJsi i ffijlate reasonable service the best 4 r4CUMJ3ELANO TELEPHONE 1EL31AP1 COMtAWT o 1t Incorjioratei r k t shsMusl4 it m N qa t7 Ohi1cIrenryFO r0 tk 1h CAST 0 RIA IIhf V 0 v i J Fr 1t CHAPTER I The p yat th aalGlfty1 oTJIie Qt11J taraV had not prospered 0caXlwr barren lands of the pine woods 1whItk r they had emigrated to es cpeU malaria of the low coast but t tfqthis id loBgerinattercd tot the last for Wk mam and race old General J greathouseii theIIfiW iAptl age poverty te WIll hlm that lie had given tip tM struggle In their midst mogItie bat lived cohtlnuouslyj at Ute B rony for almost a quarter of a c Urv Were was none among his MlhlMf8 who could say he had kictkM that thin aquiline face ml i 4 all tMttJa e Yet they had known Ii e kfla for tl gossip of thhI r I ktvM 1wko h4 been his only friends deny1Igone jurt Woyerthe county Th t actable man offbuslness Jona UuutCreBsnawf was closeted In the 11birjwith a stranger to whom r4z1Ler Ixed tile name of Blade sup Th QeIi kIm to be the legal repreJ i MBtaUre ocerta1nremote connec I UpM M the old generals j Cru1VSat before thp flattopped IBUloiuy deskwhii seydral accountI bookr before him Bladen stood by ih wladbw VftI I tappose you will buy in the propI erty when it comes up for sale the latteias Creiuhaw iayllig nodded VMh1 He lived entirely alone saw no IiiI 4 OBI I understand said I 4Ae With his two Bladenee old 8lave Hslr He wouldnt t even SH 4 There Was a brief pause then Creni t saawifpoke again I reckon sir flknow anything about the old gen tlemaag private affairs you dont feel till to speak on that point he vfwoIsEryedW I know IIp this General Quin k tard was a conspicuous man In these I1 pan Hfty years ago he married a Beaot rt- Soitx lie did said Crenshaw and there Vas one child a daughter she mirrUd a South Carolinian by the hamvOf Turbervllle Great folks qosTurberi1ie3rollI g rich 1JfI Aid what became of the daughter who iBarrled Turbervllle Died years ago said Crenshaw p Theywere interrupted by a knock at the door i CJeifce In said Crenshw Tile door opened and a small boy entered Uie p 09 iragglng afterhlma long rifle Suddenly overcome by a shy aess ha paused on the threshold to 4 stare with round wondering eyes at the two men Well sonny what do I you want asked Mr Crenshaw In dulgently Please sir I want this here old spdtln rifled fald the chlldi I reckon you may keep itatleast1 Ive no objection Crenshaw glanced 4atBiadenObal1 Ifl anssatd the latter i Spajuts of delight shook the small figure With a murmur that was meant J for thanks he backed from the room loslng the door Bladen glanced In quiringly at Crenshaw yon want to know about him sir 4 Well thats Hannibal iWayne Jtiazard I But who Hahnlbal Wayne Hazard is 4JJJust wait a minute slranil quit tint his chair Mr Crenshaw hurried t frpfn the room to return almost 1m I mediately with a tall countryman 4S Mr Bladen this is Bob Yancy Bob 4I j the gentleman wants to hear about thVwoman and the child thats your storye JHowdy sir said Mr Yancy He appeared to meditate on the mentw effort that was required of him Jt was four years ago come next ChrlallUsald Crenshaw fOld Christmas corrected Mr Yancy itThe evening beTh ItwsIand rd gone Fayettevllle to get my t Christmas flxlns Just at sundown hOOked up that bUnd mule of mine to r Uja cart add started To home A mile out of town I heard some one slosh Jng through the rain after me 1 t pullod up and waited and then I mode out It was a wpman She spokewhen she was alongside the cart and says 15Can ypu drive me on to the Barony entotdown tqhelp her into the I saw was toting a child her arm Well sIr she hardly spoke f until we came to the red gate when she says StOIJIt you please Ill walkl theJiest of the way The lost I s enof her she was hurrying Ithrough the rain toting the child her arms Mr Crenshaw took up th6 narrative When morning come Site was SV oOe but dichtid done stayed be mnd Ive heard Aunt Alsldia tell as I how the old general said that morn lngBle and shaking llke Youll find k boyasleep In the red room hes to be fel and cared fo but keep him = 555S5SSS iTllE PRODIGAL JUDGE VAU ILAnKESTERI- IJU5T4ArIOftSJYJ4zyja Nt il of my sight His name fa Hanni tout Wayne Hazard That ia all the r ever said on the matter The old general was borne across what had once been the west lawn to his restingplace In the neglected acre where the dead and gone of his race lay and the record of the family was omplete as far as any man knew Then Crenshaw assisted by Bob Yancy proceeded to secure the great house against Intrusion They passed from room to room se curing doors ant windows and at last stepped out upon the back porch Hullo said Yancy g1There on a bench bYthe kitchen door was Hannibal Wayne Hazard r1neiacross his knees Well I declare to goodness said Crenshaw I reckon ypud rather drop a word with yo missus before you toted him home suggested Yancy who iknew IfrlendsIIA woman ought to be boss In her own house said Cr nshawS Feelin thp truth of that Eve never married Mn John But I was going to say wh ts to hinder me from toting that boy to my home If youri take the boy Bob you shant lose by ItYaucy rested a big knotted hand on the boysshouJder Come wake up sonny The child roused with a start and stared Into the strange bearded face that was bent toward him Its yo Uncle Bob continued Yancy In a wheedling tone Here give us the spotln rifle to balanced the rifle on his great palm and his eyes assumed a speculative cast irwoniIer whats to hinder us from loading this old gun and firing this old gun and Eh hearing this old gu- ngobang Tliechllds blue eyes grew wide Please Uncle Bob make it go bang You come along then and Mr Yancy moved off In the direction or his mule the child following i Thereafter beguiling speech flowed steadily from Mr Yancys bearded This Said Yancy Are Scratch Hill lips in the midst of which relations were established between the mule and cart and the boy quitted the Barony for a new world The afternoon sun waned as they went deeper and deeper into the pine- woods but at last they came to their Journeys end a widely scattered settlement on a hill above a branch This said ir Yancy abe Scratch Hlll sonny Why Scratch Hill Some say its the fleas others agin hold its the eternal bother or making a living here but whether fleas or living you scratch to both CHAPTER II Captain Murrell Asks Questions In the deep peace that rested like benediction on the pineclad slopes of Scratch Hilt the boy Hannibal fol lowed at Yancys heels as that gentleman pursued the not arduous rounds of temperate Industry which made up his dally life for if Yancy were not completely idle he was rasp nslble for ja counterfeit present ment of idleness having most of the merits of he real article The Barony had been offered for sale and bought in by Crenshaw for eleven thousand dollars this being the amount of his claim Solhe six months later he sold the plantation for fifteen thousand dollars to Na thaniel Ferris 0 LCUrrl tuck county Theres money In the old place Bob at that figure Crenshaw told 1 Y ttBladenst South Carolina Quintards and they dont know nothing about the boy addedCreuhaWfSO you can rest w MANs QOG LOOKS Deed on feer general healthnnd freedom from pain Many a woman looks old 4 ibcfere Wr tiebecnusc of thoe Irregularities which arc essentially feminine SttrtHsi from early woinanhood she suffers from frequently recurring derangements that a Mf VromtBly health If she be beautiful she grows into th mellow tie without wrktklM and crowfeef about the eyes or the blue circles underneath It Iie a1tl1tMnde that such women suffer littlel or not atolI from womanly painIS5c 1 pr eriptiofl is his early practice that soothed the organism peculiar to woman hoodeiIdi macWnery as it were of the JiUman System and helped the woman remedybecameczybenefited thousands qff women mid saved them from misery r and suffering at different periods in life OaLwritesiLwith tcverat dnifcrentdo ton each ope cayta it was eomethimr cUtTer examinationIh tafferinjr a growth which would in jYc I cancer rnd saId f yrould not live mom than two yean it notoper IAtadupcnrtghtasa became bopelektly discouraged but would not content to the operation as I was too weak and much Afraid but atj Jut through the advice of a friend I tried Dr Pierce medicines and after tuing two battles of the Favorite Prescription I immediately j f= I gico btWan7l u and S Lotion praise the name tof Dr FtercarKMdlchin Jo nil who acffer from any female dipeaae for these irisdlcliieaartalfthejruracialmed to Leand1 hope wilt help others they have fcpcd me i a easy Bob they aint going to want kimWell sir that surely Is a passe of comfort tQme I find I got all thn instincts ata father without having had none of the Instincts of a hod band A richer deeper realization of his Joy came to Yancy vhenI he had turned his back on Balaams Cross Roads and set out for home through the fragrant silence the pine woods Just beyond the Barony which was midway between Balaams and the Hill down the long stretch of sandy slthenthe flutter oZ skirts and recognized one of thehors women Jt was Mrs FerrIs wife of the Baronys new own eraShe reined in her horse abreast of his cart Arent you Mfc Yancy she asked SI am Mrs Ferris and I am very pleased to make your acquaintance The same here murmured Yancy with winning civility Mrs Ferris companion leaned for ward her face averted and stroked her horses neck with gloved hand This is my friend Miss Betty Mal Toy Glad to know you maam said Yajicy Miss Malroy faced him smiling Shfe was quite radiant with youth and beauty We are Just returning from Scratch Hill said Mrs Ferris And the dear little boy we met is your nephew Is he not Mr Yancy It was Betty Malroy who spoke In a manner he Is and Inn man ner he aint explained Yancy somewhat enigmatically4 Da you know the old deserted cab in by the big i otho Blount place asked Mrs Ferris Yes maam I know it J am going to have1 Sunday school there for the children they shant helplItnervy Bob said Hannibal and Yancy were tho first theitirothfwith little brothers drifted out of the encircling forest Mrs Ferris missionary spirit maui Jested Itself agreeably enough on the whole She read certain chapters from the Bible finishing with the story of David a narrative that made a deep Impression upon Yancy comfortably seated in the doorway You will all be here next Sunday wont you and at the same hour she said rising There was a sudden clatter of hoofs beyond the door Aman Weil dressed and well mounted had ridden into the yard As Mrs Ferris came from the cabin he flung him self out of the saddle and hat in hand approached her I am hunting a place called tub Barony can you telL me IiI am on the right road he asked Ho vas a man in the early thirties gracefu and powerful of build with a hand some face It is my husband you wish to seeT I am Mrs Ferris Then General Quintard Is dead His tone was one of surprise His ddath occurred over a year ago andmy husband now owns tbo B arony were you a friend bf the gen erals No maDam he was my fathers friend but I had hoped to meet himIHis Plauslblc1WillBarony and meet my husband Mr V she nauaed Murrell Captaln Murrell Thank you 1 should like to see the old place I should highly value the privj liege then his eyes rested on Miss MairoySBetty letme present Cdptaln Mur rell The captain bowed giving her ai glance of bold admiration By this time the children bad strag gled off into the pine woods as lentlyl as they had assembled only Yancy and Hannibal remained Mrs Ferris turned to the former If you will close tho cabin door Mr Yancy everything will be ready for next Sunday she said and moved toward the horses followed by Mur rell Betty Slalroy lingered for a moment at Hannibals side Good y little boy you must ask your Uncle Bob to bring you up to the big house to see mcand stoop ing she kissed him Goodbv Mr Yancy CHAPTER II i v Trouble at Scratch Hilt Captain Murrell had established himself at Balaams Cross Roads Ho was supposed to be interested In the purchase ofa plantation and In company with Crenshaw visited the merous tracts of land which the mer chant owned but though ho profess delight with the country ho was plainly In no haste to become committed to any one oftho several propositions Crenshaw was eager to sub mitSThe Barony would have suited me he told Bladen one day They had Just returned from an excursion Into the country aijd were seated in the lawyers office You say your father was a friend the old generals said Baden 1or Years ago in the northyes an Murrell Murrell regarded the llawyer in sl deeplyI salclIat length slowly iHow do you mean Captain asked Bad tn I mean Its a pity no has no uno except Yancy to look utter him said Murrell but Bladen snowed no in terest and Murrell went on Has Yancy any legal claim on the boy No certainly not the boy was merely left with Yancy because Cren shaw didnt know what else to do with him 0 5Get possession of him and if I donfr buy land here Ill take huh west with me said Murrell quietly L am willing to spend five hundred dol lars on this If necessary Ill have to think your proposi Uon over said Bladen The immediate result of this con vets uon waS that within twentyfour hours a man driving two horses hitched toa light buggy arrived at Scratch Hilt in quest of Bob Yancy whonx he found at dinner and io Whom ha delivered a letter Mr Yancy was profoundly Impressed by the attention for holding tho letter atarms length ha said rtyittj JIlt tx lived nlgh on to forty years but 1 never ota piece w tUnar bafoop sir People Ute WU 1s i al OlSJauca taey itolietf but ucuv of rtr Aver wrote Whats your anKwerji aemanoed the fYouttYou talk It over with m monstrous any time tefeIoads Occasion Cren shaw gaVe him a dlsqui ing opinion as to the probable con ten 3 of his let r He HadNot Long to Wilt for Prest ently a Buggy Hovtn Sight t ter for he himself had heard from Bladen that ho had d elded to as sujno the care of the b n I reckon Bladen wll aye the law on hldglde IlobS H The law be daniedl I got whats fair on mine I dolt w 5h fo better than that exclaimed x acy over his shoulder He strode fl m the store and started down tho ea dy road at a brisk run Miserable i rebodlngs an impending tragedy ij ped up with in him and the mile were many that lay between him d the Hill As ho breasted thope he came within sight of a little group in his own dctoryard Savin only Uncle Sammy Bellamy the q pup resolved itself iqto the women ffid children of the Hill but there w s one small figure he missed The atrlarch hur ned toward hinvleanln pn his cane Theyve took your neiVy Dobhe cried In a high thin vi ce Whos took hlm1 asked Yancy hoarsely were Dave lila t Get your IHit b arid go after 1mkill the sneaking cuss cried Uncle Sammy By the Fay tevllle Road Bob not ten minutes oyou can cut him off at Ox Road irks Yancy breathed a slg of relief A rifle was placed in Ya ys hands Thank youall klndl saljl Yancy and turning away struck off through the pine wood A brisk walk of twenty minutes brou it him to the Ox Road forks He bad not Jong to alt for presently the buggy hove light As tile buggy came neater he ecognlzed his ancient enemy In tile personof the man who sat at Hann its side and sloppIng into the ron seized the horses by thclrblts sight of him Hannibal shrieked nh name in de lIght ib he crlqd DobUncler b You canillght down Neyvy T r Leggo them hors W said Mr Blount Light down Novvji1 sad Yancy still pleasantly Hannibal instantly ailed himself of the invitation At ho same moment Blount struck at 3 ancy with his whip tji his horses eared wildly r thinking tM blow m qt for them Seeing thLf the boy hs reached the his11101dBlount and dragged bin out over the wheels into tho roadjj hero he pro ceeded to fetch a smack in the Jaw Then skilful kick he sent Mr sprawling diggings Dont let again me lrllrlunt these or I swear to God Ill death of you theIILaw at Balaams joss Roads But Mr Yanoy war fly at the ginning of lila trouUil jThree lifter there aopcarcd n tho daysI oi Scratch HIlt a j tem n with a rifle It was iarley Hillaani old jihewCon IJob Yancy Balsam del Jided with tho lui gs of a Mentor s lioring himseir behind the thick bold a swoetgum for he observed that Iancy held his rio in hid crook of arm BalaamjIfraau Aiil fo pg tile shelter thO1slopethO1 of paoerfovered much wrl sealIngI scratched his head dont know tha ills my duty to do that Bob Hits y duly to servo youI Jncle Sammys bent feral emerged f m the path that led off through thO pods in the di rection bf tho Belli iy cabin With the jjatrlarch was stranger YancyIton c mmanned IJl lii Sammy At llalamIwith a hand florae face and shaj ly head Yes 1sir lilts a grandsqn of Tom Jarring that used to d n the Iton at tho Forks gristmillj j Whero you loca id at Carjj l Carlt reply Unclq Saran saved him the trouble Back In Kentuck He takes rafts down th9 river toT Orleans then he comes bac or Jiships to Bait more or olso He hi fs it nptb over land vHo wants to irislt the Forks I ho added Im shortly goin1 hatS way myself otJthrough with Bob Tancy stud oa- jan and nealn iu nd lAd tha v Sts t I e O a uuJ i U aSK Uncle Sammy to read this here warrant tYaTpycrledt Dave Blount has I knorwed hltI knowcd hed try to got even Whats the charge agin you Bob eadhlt said Balaam Why Ocalit you read plain wrltlnj lncle Sammy for tho patriarch was Ing signs of embarrassment If you gentlemen will let mef said Carrlngtpn pleasantly After a Kipments scrutiny of the paper that Balaam had thrust In his hand Car rlngton beganSTo the Sheriff of the Couqt of Cumberland Greetings Whereas It is alleged that a mur derous assault has been committed on oqe David Blount of Fayett vtlle by Robert Yancy of Scratch Hill said tlloiint Riistntnlnif numerous bruises and contusions to his great Injury oJt body and mfnd and whereas it IS further alleged that sold murderous assaut was wholly unprovoked and without cause you ali forthwith take Into custody the person of said Yancy of Scratch Hill charged with having inflicted the bruises and contusions herein set forth In the complaint of said Blount and instantly bring him Into our presence to answer to these and several crimes and mlsdemean ors You are empowered to seize sald Yancy wherever he may be at wheth You Are Empowered to Seize Said Yancy Wherever He May Be At er on the hillside or in the volley eating or sleeping or at rest DE LANCY BALAAM Magistrate Fourth District Coupty of Cum berland State of North Carolina Done this twentyfourth day of May 1836 P SDeat Bob Dave Blount says he aint able to chew his meat I thought youd bo glad to know Smilingly Carrlngton folded the warrant and handed It to Yancy Well what are you goln to do about hit Boblf inquired BaJaamI Maybe Id ought to go Id like to oblige the squire said Yancy Suppose I come to the CrossI Roads this evening Thats agreeable said the deputy who presently departed in company with Carrington populatlonbefitting the occasion prepared Itself to descend on the Cross Roads and give its support to Mr Yancy in his hour of need Even Uncle Sammy who has rioi been oft the Hill In years announced Uiat no considera tion of fatigue would keep him away from the scene of action and Yancy loaned him his mule and cart for the occasion Ynncy led the straggling procession with the boy trotting by his side his little sunburned fist clasped In the mans Feat hand The squires court held its infre quent fittings in the best room of the Balaam homestead a doublecabln of hewn logs Here Scratch Hill was gatllltd with a view of Mr Blounts battered visage fWhats nil this here fuss between I you and Bob Yancy demanded the squire when ho had administered the oath to Blount Mr Blounts statement was brief and very much to the point He done give me the order from the Judge of the cotIwas to show it to Bob Yancy Got that order demanded the squire sharply With a smile dam aged but clearly a smile Blount produced the order Hmm opplnted guardeen or the boyIf the squire was presently heard to murmur The crowded room was very still now and more than one pair of eyes were turned pityingly in Yancys direction When the long arm of the law reached out from Fayettevllle where there was a real Judge and a real sheriff clothed Itself with terrors VellMr Blount what did you do with this here order asked the squireI Yancy the order You lie Dave Blount you dldnUj said Yancy But I cant say as It would have maJfl no rtiftoronru Do ou Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and IIJbladder reineily r cause ta eI rtorjqgTv Root fulfills almost every sh in over lit i coming rhcumatisir pain in the back kd t1 nays liver bladdei and every part of the ll trinary pasra e It corrects inability to nold water and scaldingpaininpassin or bad effects following use fliquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up times during the night manjff SwampRoot is not lecommended for ivenrthing but if you have kidney liver or bladder onU1eiit will be found iusl the remedy you need It haa been thor oughly tested in private practice and hat proved so successful hat1IF special af lang meut has been made byvrhfch all readers of his paper who have not al ready tried it may have sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find ont ifvou havektd ney or bladder trouble When writing mention tr read ng lids generous- a iu tliic paper anda your address tO Dr Kilmer Co ibaw rSSSnw Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottlealare sold all druggists Dont make aiiy mistake but Tcmember the name wampRoOt Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the dressBinhamtonNY oneverrbottln I licitiegjust buggyt abut this herja order frpra the opt Bob There want much conversation Ughtdownout over the wheeL Who struck the lirst blowr He did He struck at me with his buggy whip spectaclesIts the opinlbn of thIs nere cot that the whole question oi assault rests on whether Bob Yancy saw the order Bob Yancy swears he didnt see It Willie Dave Blount swears he showed It to him If Bob Yancy didnt know ot the existence of the order he was clearly actln on the idea that Blount was stealln his nervy abd he done what any one would have done under the circumstances If on the other hand he knowcd of this order from the cot he was not only guilty of assault but he was guilty of re sistln an officer of the cot rhe squire paused impressively His audi ence drew a long breath Can a body drap a word here It was Uncle Sammys thin voice taicut into the sl1encetCertainly Uncle Sammy This here cot will always admire to listen to you Well Id like to say that I con- sIder that Fayetteville cot mighty br flclous with its orders This part of the county wont take nothln on withIlett Fayetteville Interfere with Us There was a murmur of approval ScratchHill remembered the rifles in its hands antI tbok comfort The Fayetteville cot air a higher cot than this Uncle Sammy ex plained the squire indulgently Im aweer of that snapped the patriarch Ive seen hits steeple Air you finished Uncle Sammy asked the squire deferentially I low I am But IIow that this here case Is golnr again Bob Yancy Id recommend him to go home1 and not listen to nomo foolishness Mr Yancy will oblige this cot by setting still while I finish this case MrIBlount to another Now the Yancys air an did family in these parts Mr Blounts folks air strangers Consequently pursued the squire somewhat vIndIctively we alnt had any time in which to form an opinion of the Blounts but for myself Im sus plclous of fojks that keep movln about mid who dont seem able to get alrjIyou cant say that of the Yancya They air an old family in the country and naturally this cot feels obliged to accept a Yancys word before the ofjIseek litigation but was perfectly satisfied to let matters rest where they was it is right and Just that alt costs should fall on the plaintiff jI To be continued SLEUTH HAS VERY HARD lOB Is Going to Ask the Legislature to Pass New Law Making Burglary Capital Offense Policeman McCarthy of the Union Market station saw three men loiter- Ing in the vicinity of Goldstein Milllngers Jewelry store pn the East side at three oclock In the morning Aha he says Ill sleuth some And ne did He hid In a doorway Soon he saw two of the men boost the third over the front transom Aha says he Ill pinch em But he didnt The two fled leaving the third Jnsldo tlc store making a stoOk1assets bestI Come outr there ordered McCar thy but the burglar merely hoisted his hand to a position at right angles with his face placed his thumb against his nose and wiggled hjs dex ter fingers a most uncompromising in and get me yer big stiff he finally muttered That I will me bucko and twill be no ladylike recepttyn youll re ceive when I make your acquaintance muttered McCarthy The rob berS fingers continued to sway back qpd forth McCarthy got a box and tried to climb over He couldnt rea h the transom Tho robber advised him to get a ladder So McCarthy got a barrel and put his box on top of It Thus ho managed to reach the train win The burglar encouraged him Youro doing fine you Big suit he remarked Youll be doing finer when J reach reach you puffed McCarthy Then ho tried to wriggle In as the bur glar hail done The robber was vol uble with advice Move a little tIithe left fatty ho Jeered Keep coming or wait until I get some grease and oil your sides Thus encouraged McCarthy came through until he was amldshlp and then he stuck for no human being ever saW McCarthy was sylphllke The robber got busy He collected nice little missiles like lumps of coal and bombarded the wedgedln McCarthy hoIgled through and like a ton of bricks landed upon the little robber Charles Schwartz muchly battered Is held on a burglary charge and Mc Carthy is going to ask the legislature to pass a law so he can be sent to the electric chair Pittsburg Dis patch 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