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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3ST BLl lBiJ r IAt 188 7tt f il f f TITtft3 lYE LEADER It jjetf SERIESYOL XIX1NO4IItt i i SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 1912 14 J t C SI- J tll I t tFrt Liicilerqm t t jtrDiary IJ Jbat Malcolm Cox xay erstwhile eultor was married alit to an eastern 1atruckmeI received the announcement of the wedding I determined to be the first one to entrtalnthem when be brought his iiride home to Chicago til decided to have them to dinner WineetLVtiinate party would be the most friendlyrl Iy Invitation was answ red by a rather stiff little note from the bride took it to mother thinking she powouldShe rea4 it and tbncasl one of her reproachful glancr at me Why Lucile ie exclaimed 1Is it possIbletbat you Invited company to dinner Saturday night Didnt you edlpweek end 1lTbz4s so I had quite forgotten jhOthoughBut lye promised Tilly a few days vacation at that time and so even If f you do stay at home I dont see how you can give a dinner party I do wish you wpuld consult me before you Issue invitations Oh dear I sighed It seems to me that whenever I try to have a lit i tle pleasure something goes wrong Well dear dont eel so badly said another seeing the tears in my I tdinnerv No I cant it would be too awkII ward for I dont know Malcolms taU But If Cousin Fannie wiy only stay at home from Uncle Johns she t and LS1andcan nice little dinner 1 4 inaid to wait on the table tJIt kirIng1ndecldedway 1 Oh Ill ask her mother f return ed She would enjoy going to the afarm just as much some other timeLIm sure Saturday morning when grandmoth er and father and mother were leav ibg the house father was greatly sur prised to find that Cousin Fannie and I werent golngHp the farm wltfr others theI Lucile lad an ebgagement for night and Fannie is going tp stay and act as chaperon explained mother fttfJIontlIke It at aU grumbled ta thor Luclje Jsthjs one of yourIDot scold nfe daddy i IfJfkeepterrupted him I simply have to tioforeohnssurely take me Anyway I am savlngt you a little money by not golngThoj jtreturn trip fara is 5 isnt UybuU Just give me that amount I have to ask you for anything on this weeks allowance as 1 I afraid Id have to do wontII He handed me a 5 bill 1 quite understand your system J StbysaId as that his vexation had passed away think I understand father even 1I than mother does A few mlnufes after the family left Betty telephoned me that she Uncle Bob had just got my note alldIlog them to dinner but they comafor they had promised to go to the farm also She said she wished Sthat I had invited them earller so they could have arranged to come as she thentILv Its too bad you cant come butIm sure youlllenjoy the visit to Uncle J hnsO1 said comfortingly Uny the way dear wftl you please tell Molly to come qyjttthls afternoon in time to help settabietYes s1 slapped as she hungup the receiver ettys manners are un gracious to 1 the least tSSS The c1innewas very good I made the mayonnaise and whipped cream for the dessert theI seemed very much impressed when 1 told him that I had prepared the din ner myself with Cousin Fannies help You are adding cooking to your other accompllshmenyf he said VTbats what my wife is going to do arent you dear Yes she answered quietly 1 tI She was very qule Indeed and the more Malcolm and I talked and laughed over some of the good old times we used to have the stiller she grew I really dont sed how Malcolm ever littletShe scarcely smiled even when I re lat d how when attending a houso party once Malcolm and I ran away rby ourselves late one evening for a mOonlight row and in our haste to get into the boat I fell Into the water and Sbe carried me dripping back to the house where every one thought hint quite a hero for rescuing me for they didnt know that the water was only a foot deep where I fell We laughed heartily at the recollection but she merely turned to Cousln FannIe and asked In her sUIted way if she was 1found of boating and such things Poor Malcolm I fear his marriage 4was a mistake f Mending Gloves he safest and best way to mend gloves that have ripped at the seams or split across the back or palm IIs to carefully buttonhole the edges of the tear with fine silk matching ex acUy the color of the kid After both sides of the rent are butfpabpled Catch tie stitches togeth cr tirough the center sewing over and over and taking up each stitch wilinever t rOtttagaIn at the sam place It aSo makes a neat finish r S= V Big Ofter l 10000 for asaddle horse This ij the price thai Judge I H Thurman of SpcingQold Ky ofiered fortheJiigh class stallion Re 13jrefused it stating that the hors 6 had been gJveu him by his fath er who desired thesire of Edna y lobe kept in the family and tha otfathers resqueSAn offer tq lease the stallion tot three years at 2500 per year s also turned down byDickuchtowardselevatinghh siiiqn asa saddle horse sire The writer firstS heard of the ufi fer during the sales here some weeks ago but thought then it was lust a rumor oUt later learnk itiatit was correct alreadyimadt insured in base be secured him Farmers Home Journal J Man 124 Years Old IThis A dispatch frpm Columbia pys information of the death of r Ijohn Morff which cccured on radian Creek Clinton county i few days ago has lust reached here He was perhaps the oldestt iaan in the world He came to i country from Germany in 2 His papers show he was Soldier in the war of 1812 as he ew a pension for this service mans years His papers feiyei his age as 23 at the time he nlisted Taking that as a cue tie was about 124 yeUrs old when he died He became A citizen of Clinton1 county about fifty years ago and found employement in CDalmines at Cumberland City When a young man he wasagood bp er He entertained crowds wiinihisi skill as of ten as he could l ifnia a person to stand befote him minI6 twn s an entertaining conversa nahistand the stories he would late of his expediences were thrilling For tenor bf een arsbefore his death Ills mind was greatly im iredj Nature Always Supreme Nature paints the best part of the picture carves the best part Of the tatuc builds the best part of Ouse and spenktbo best part of the bratlon Emerson 1 til r 1he Stock Yard Too much corn has caused the l oss of rhauy a fir1iteof igijand ofte the loss of the sow well LLIf a sc w is restless 6r jumps pwhctb pigs are nursing examine the pigs for sharp teeth If any are found tile them off Horse that haveibeavy coats f hair siMuld be clipped now jjust betqre the new hair starts Blanket warmly and brush audrstimulate the skin If a he rse slobbers better oo tdhisteith They may be sharp and nee filing VuJt dont do iit y iourseifed how from somebody who knows V Look cut for drafts under and tthrough 1 the floo1srplley 7are a out toT worst kind At lensfc thr e weeks befuce cows aredue to calve the heavy read should be discontinued where a herd of cows was givi en troughs With a constant sup ply off w ter the increasein milk Quick intelligent will of tea save a laofb or a pair r of them nd ofteif the ewe as i j weaker ban the other and rishment would diei if not assised to nonII SS A table spoonful l of oilmeal J 1day for e4cb ewe giyen regular Ji Sooth Swindle Maysvil e Ky March 11 Abon the neatest and most recent swin le pepetrated in this city and c unty hasbeen uncov ered Some tinva ago an insur unce tig4 worked out through the county and wrote p number foff policies among the farmers they payirg their premiums in all cases with checks the agent always writing them on pads off blank clieths be carried andwi h an indelible pencil When one of the victims got his Dank boJk returned I was looking over it and came cros two checks for liKe ts Upon investiga tion hefov Iind that the insurance agent had illected both checks It develop d theagenthad worU lecd the swindle with pads ofr checks on the different banks with a sheet of carbon paper be venpaveiv other Jfekand- whn he wrofe ohe qTeck thex were alwdys ftwOJltltje IifelibL- Ipencil servirg as id exact di plicate of the carbon 3 rapy How mafey he secured has I1t yet been learned but jit said that whenhe feft here he ud a large roll of greenbacli Efforts have been started1 to capture thefello an bring back here c Another way he is lidtohaVd obtained money was viien a man would insist on payin the cash he would have a nqie in a pad under the carbon Ivper an h 11 ipoLei tonagent seemed to have u scheme iddfo1emcr cncies that wjuj arise CornmissionerSai lj tbSHS sMrsvs Edward Trainor I IDftBy virtue of a Judgme and order Iof sale of the Washin on Circuit Court rendered at the l ruary i9 in the above styled cause shall proI coed to offer for sale a the Court House door iin Springfield Yon MONDAY MARCH 1912 at oclock p m orter bout being bidjf Iand 2 years the followiI j described property towit 11A tract of land situ tdWashing county Ky near thsite of the andLPerryville turnpike abou one mil from the Court House iin pringfie Ky containing 5 12 acre This piece of land has louse barn and other outbuildings an vill make a very desirable home be use of its nearness to town and U the school gradedI For the purchase priceI or purchasers with appro d security or sureties must execute nd bearing legal interest from date o sale paid and having the force 1a jjudgment Bidders willIe untilIfl to comply promptly withseC F BOSLEY M G W C C rChildren of J W Corinor tit ptttsu g IDead Stomachs piflnd Frozent Plttsburg Two children of tW Connor pf the Pittsbur JamesI he United States intcrii i service aredead at thell iho Knoxville tfit result of ea Ing snow bals a fevdays ago At u e hospitalI it was tated that the st machs of the tots had been frozen and that peritonitis bad resulted The boy complained of a ute pains and his mother thinking it was only a Juvenile ailment admlntet red sUm plants before a physician as called He died soon after Thf girl also cried in pain and It was o late to save her life when it was liscovered that she too had eaten er EljmjnatjngtThe High OfLivingIe Mach has been said about the ithcost of living and it is a theme as well as a cause thati rightly affecttbe majoi ity of the3id human race Io cities the highi cost of living iisfca terrible hingI Into those in modefate circum stances most of whom must de pendon daily labor where jobsI are more or less uncertain but on the farm the high cost of liVl in be eliminated by giclingt t Inoti it whether the season be wet or dryThe advanced methods in af riculture makes it possible that teliplenty and a profit The same regular work done by the farmer ithit must be done by abe city brother to live will insure a liv i angiorj The fact tnat the cost of living is big is a reison why thefarmer wbo produces the products of jhvelihoodsuouidi get rich instead 2of whining about the high costtr of living With corn at 400i per barrel hay 20 00 per ton and vegttables nod seeds all high why should the producer not profit by it If you ar not aprc- f1q J ducer its your misfortune I f you have no hay corn potatoes or cloyer seed to sell get bCSYr anddo not let tthis occur again1 if you are a farmer Owen jcdHeads OrgtnizationmI Frankfort Ky March 7 With Judge E CORe l at ihe bead of the tte organization headquarters for the Rjosevtlt movement in Kentucky have been opened in Frankfort ThImas Walker Lexington is sec retary and fortner Congressman DOEd wards is treasurer The men at the head of the Ro seve t movemet in this state claim that thoy will carry seven out of the eleven dislVicts in this state for Rooseyet and the at0 preparing to make a sirorg fiaht in hetffort to carry ICenh tucky Judge ORear will speakh tonight in the interests of Roose vet and special efforts will be al made tj have a Urge crowd or present Gamp ign literature will be sent out from this city s and the Roosevelt men express themselves as confident or theE resolt LEBANON LbCALS1 FromThe Falcon I i Mrs Margaret Miles died at the home pf her daughter Mrs Wm Carrico bear Loretto Fr- iayof chronic bronchitis Mrs Miles was 80 years of age and the widow of Mr John Miles who died many years ago Mr oJ v athewNewcomedi d at his home near Ntw Market Saturday following a two weeks illness of inflimnution of the allduct Mr Newcome WHS 55 years of leHg was a pro mi ent and influential citizen and a man heW in high esteem by all w hoknevbimS daugl3rCuttmins of Chicago while playing j irathe kitchen at her home last Friday fellagains the open door of the rangn ani en deep gash oyer her eye Dr Turn Cleiver was called t drss the wound which required several stitches to clt se Itjs notlhought that fhe visim VJi ba imuaired On Monday an order was en terec in the county court calling an election to be held in Leban on on Thursday May 2nd to tike tile tote on whether or not spirituous vinous and malt li uors ihall be s bid in this point election officers to cunt the electionwho will also be the- fficers for the special rtgi traton to beheld April svgrdpersons who intend to vote on May 2 daust register unless they were gist red last fallcUnique Name t o MANY PEOPLE ANNOTTflO NOUNENAMEOFVORLDS th MOST FAMOUS REMEDY Hyome thats the proper way to prpnounce Hyomei the old reliable edy that has rid tens of thousands of that vile and disgusting disease c Hyomei is made of pure Australian eucalyptus combined with thymol andwother effective antiseptics andJJ guar thernteeddrugs Hyomei is guaranteed end the mis ery of catarrh asthma croup cat srrhcdeafness bronchitis coughs or coldst money back Breathe it thats all np dosing tomacn omplete outfit Includingin destructible inhaler 100 Extra bottles of Hyomei if needed 50 cents at aydon Willett and druggists everywhere of r II II 1I 1I 1I I I ruzcII IIJ II i 50 aniaverdg ir11I receptjfJ HEAD REGITEREDIt ofronToe3day 50III II 1I IJIL IiI IThisI IthemI invitedIj AUfOTIONEERSIII 11 pt 1 I KyChasvipiWriteB1echel el i i p JI Ia IIw IIliver Ilji L r i ch J SUBSClP1 fiA I L1 E r 1 BKJNpT0W1g Absolutely Pure Makes Home kingiiiit No other aid to the houaitwzf4 c U so great no other agent so useful and certain in jaakisif tV delicious wholesome foods to A 45 The only Baking Powder madftt l Royal Grape Cream 6f Tartarti K lfNo Alum NoUrm MJI J Whiskey Pie de tcItyjtWhisluy InlQctbecome popular with citizens dejirosof killing vo birds flurst aVd hunger jtb line Mione The expression pieeyedhas4cqnirddidditiinj t signiticaflcejihere The co anIty officials are investigating the ase of a restaurant keeper wild a has been selling mince pi sinitwhicbi the mincemeot ha Qe trgely replaced by a fine bra whiskey One cusomer ate or drank two pies and cleaning Ieplace With each pie a glass of ted wat r Is served as a chaser I heJo price of mince pies has b ondera mraised from five to forty cenLtShis but as an analysis by an app iatIve chemist showed ii there vas a naifpint of aged hlikey between the crnstsj the higb priiepf rood has nothing to not dJ witl the increase Ii that tcwn the the village toper who seeks all sola pasks for a mince julep Exchange t ltitdoHej tjWheql all Missiouri wasProsecutlog toAttorney dtJI6ftIf no Wa2nyou bawn in Kaintuc paskyyCclUtIOUSJV iscSireigls we suh moa pncet but the ott ermor mawnin when you made dtft jsoecch rginSam Collins and SilT sdatthatin de wart I begin to hab misr l gazdoubtmenis viceWbats baIwn Kentucky mysefV s JipJ3 pinioc on pat subject but d pl secoeaseroun stub ef youd tell me eff ex j after Th ccEgitoI j I ICIflofI They may not cough today bat what about tomor PJBetteri ffdoctorabopt3caJ Cherry Pectoral in the house peasant Then when the hard coldrwu eascough1 a doctors medicine at hand jIilOll This cough medicine is his h1JNQany a child Is called dull and stuptiritcn the whple trouble Is due to lazy We firmly believe yjour own dote ese ten you that an occasional how er Plus sugarcoiteq will do such them bt4r 4 i tT 1Hr BY t f r JL EAR 1i r perdecQti attqrnijr hi pt o s weir 10 h1sspberJihetalkitf to de jury u j Word ot Grant Wan oi J and Jefferson 011i4tlP ThirdTermSi yJn hodoreI Rooseye1til nM- ncementot1iiscandLanot Jgfor4 third term fecmll8JtlMJcpriiieitfevf 188p whem GeneraLG raitq 1nd1 successfnl l candidate rotbe nomination for a third terfU f n reply to jresolattooTtop by the Pennsylvania iBt iieit nyentib IIn May 187RjsjjG- rant iboir1seco- nd teiin- l 1flt JGil a1latl letter be saidi 04l Now lbctheJthirdtciM tdo t want it aay mor thin I did firstiGenewl WasUlnKfon JBi his farewell address which is1ke1 1l upon as the foundation stod rantithirdtefm rQlergiHi1ii I beg you atthe fciineliiit efJ me the justice to be MS t ithat thii resplution has njatf beai i without a strict rca d ltden the eonsidertIonpper1uS the relation winch bjnfsv jw lut citizen 10t his cpujikwJisdLj t in withdrawing tbetedsrv s rvice which snepc iii wj ation nig11 imply 1 dqcnced by no dirnnuuojf ll for tour future narpiuV deficiency of respect feW rIt kindness but pissuppqrUd a fdll CoiIbthatth jp I wlthbOtbwEyery day tHe Incr 1nttt f years admcnsbrn1e and more tbLtGessde bU iretrremeniit vill be welcome Satixfied If Jit nay 1reSenpecuI1ar value to iny r sthey ware tev4xrirjTIe tbe nSollt Off tobtjft t while choice and prwJiicc4Lt- e i me to quIbthibCiil enepatI9l Slp4oeot W ia1 iMt t 1 fore the begmQiBiot f hii nd erm1in the ieHs 6idrGeneral Washington et ttb ftrt ampe of voluntirv retr n eIght ears I shiUfpllow tnd1J few more precQ4nI4Soppbse the obstsobianyone after a bilel rhQ l endeavor to extend JUT iSt Louis RepwhlicSini In Prac4ls obably one Ute lMWrttMt tilfh th4 duke of Covaktrnor ceMral of r says the T ttl i ned by tH r CMHrli t who OM 1hT drlTlac IB DbH att nut aloaftli Uw irriagi eud up wltk It la aa a tfl Mteff i SopersIiWitstkSk 7 eadMTora to kt4fi VMt l age that at Hsitk tte J MebIciatp4ts4 s fbey M w b was 4 ttre4ut t auged to keep ap yrftk f ItOk he said ahnre asat cbajlnirjln all n JoUe rt- Uti r r L tj i ITtWS4ADi n t I f INUIIOPIILD KV Ii 4wM air 1 1S T IIi J L BiHora jwi PbJilherel Ji kJK8howen who i k =fhloJMiT i bttter judgment l I pVOllItett LhSaawblck are manifestly chanckX sijtkty tbtMiriY0s solid with Y th Vyttjpia rer advocate r iafags which public ent1meql j r4 w WflOO pIDdW1IC1be DM inopls cw sober thOugh dnaacJItpros1t there is muc LiLa diiriptslsa ever what is know deQlsIIoacoutitatonal questions tte ffsjctbf which wouldtd subV siit to Toteof tbe people quea ttipcof kw for their decision aUtrtUij hart been paseed on 2 1Jn l traed in the law a a cftpdbto of saying what it BMMfl la other words alter a Igrtrsathob is given the i itasyturt Of a11tbs itblbavebeentt rfM MtcUringthe past cen lacy this oe stands out byih- eliltiieJoM and most unjust It tWaralle par 8puI waiebfcav stood is the greatest 1 MiimlsMata to our liberties It wsIU sabetitite the changing 1 attssMtt of men for the prin dplee of right art wrong which J Tberi rGIds of Jiatke would b tarowa sown and the mob set a l1hrMSLJIt IselaiMd for it that the tsUtta cnOlywe feat rut Judges to repre se14 the E ope but we W cyreMeRt1 iIIbIc prevails in thf IssjAJasricaa Iis threE coorlliHtedepartments of gov rteach representing dislatiaot fsatires of the government iM tach beiaf a check upon tblittothsr That the scheme is wisa bothy Hr experience as a nationLturBit the greatest department pleSage hat bM iU courts The great t body uAsEwa iDth Uniteund Jtatti Is the Supreme Cour andl Ute RrtatMt body of men in any maiateCtnirtoflaitreaprt Weareuni+ wlHiBf that oar Courts should fcj Iikrtrojsd we are unwilling alter the 1aof our country tlltllC1 r Vwick Mra Sam Shtwmaker has ref f biraHbOflle after a few day a vWUeg whh friends andrelai tirsa ia Springfield Jtf ra Teresa Graves and sorii ThurafaajMr aaiMra Stanley Eogeri vAdelMer Miss Ethel have rd- turaad boa after a few da3gre gvisitJandJ witpISweeneyI I thlak old Ground Hog tol I ea M troth this tlme aboutb d ofptrstbera is plenty of time yet While a few jfn this feooa have burnt and neigbboFDbaooo beds good Lord is always Mr Len Spalding is visit ig J hiaister Mrs Prudie Jan a thiawekw tIm attended tut Jsorse eale at Springfield Satir day Little Lucille sbTtmnsday JMiesJ l b rp Monday to finish Reaching he acbool atIIlsboroeJ Jira Bert Fenwick has re fcnwahoew after an extended 1 to pringfieId There will be church servibes SIIIreRudaycopducby Itev If L Gbe Mass at 10 a atIIMrs Alex Thompson Who er be k Yiiiting her mot or i t M rsDi aaakh haj leturped 1 J1 Freierickstown nTaa4Mr Stanley Ro ersyI id 8INicIe1d8Qnday be trMr again giron su ot sr scare IIn thIs neIgh or- t IOi 4 Jinye givea a good ey Qf i sie fet ncd for ycsl ss Several hIave rdS sktUiLoj r Mr Ka4 MM Woo foM Graves f c CM aa BTIiny a ickChielbeai v 4wAp pitt and SMde TreesS IiStrawberry Plants tf A paraiU IB jlWIEierjtMng For Orcfiard Lain L and Garden i Free Catalog itfo Agents 7Hll HillcDineyer it SonsS Lexingtop Ky lJLev Fenwick of gpringfielbvi ris sucited1iinds Dlattert f Bora to the wife of James nham March 10 a ten pound IJ 0by Willisburgtied M girlillervisiting relativegand friends of thI PrusFred Sutherland has finished his new building foru dert supplies in the east end of kersIiIIi MiSJ A Johnson has re ned from a weeks visit to1 her mother at VanBuren I sCbOOlbOlistsjQf vertof 59age and nine outside upllsIJGeorge Kyler will leave thsIweek to seek his fortune aj JllI buynolsW P Cheatham on a busiJioess trip tto Louisyil1ebIs vee1out The Willisburg Central Bank has neitouiledthe tonlastW Sutherland has sold bit lome place to S E HarlOw an ied to Nelson county H a valuable and highly res pec ted citizen arid our communi regrets his departure Mrs Tinker Harlow has been very ill not expected to live but ome better S E Barlow is now our Post jWmj le bojs are the guests of their 1 jMissj relned from purchasing a com te line of millinery in Louis ville The KOT M lodge here er the encouragement of Mr Wine have received about 20 new Qimbers tntireJerome Trent has sold his en business hereto Johu and W Ot lvinII me Now that the South Pole has been discovered it will not be long before some slick tongued fel beclowcity to be built there STERN INDICTMENT OF EAGLE A1Accordfngtoapolli the National Bird Noth ing to Admire COjat t frthereout the eagle and that there isntything noble or Inspiring abort him Is oldtheredingLHis 1 beto att coacka creatures He will capture a Iamb littlemove sh1ogioaUng ieWhexhibit agony any longer the gle will catch another In the flock hOnee so as many as 10 lambs in a flock in this ar frightening the ewes and even is keepIng hoheattack any animal or thing capable of owing resistance It is ill bosh about the eagle dis 1fnlng to dine on anything it hasnt self vanquished and killed declares rof Collett The bald eagle will set tie down on and make a meal off as ile carrion ax will any buzzard that vea scented a dead horse on the pl xxS sh Fropertlei of retalaIt well known eoine metals are unsuitable for casting white others w like iron can readily be cast In any desired shape The property of cast g well said to depend upon wheth S the metal contracts or exjandao- the n sa solidifying from liquid form Iron I like water expands In solidifying and hence ihe solid metal may be seen floating in the liquid Iron about he ifI expansion causes It to fill the die Intd which It Is poured and so It can pr cast easily Gold and silver con geitablego English Women tuwotlbnately large part df the habitualI p thftJ1910Jat inonvictions ethesaMhictionsand 1ll S 4 solely of iromtm Temperance A Girl of T Yesterday y Martha McCullpch Williams t CopyrJcht ISti Vy Associated literary r Press leasttbra ransdcurled faintly Weartlatthlng to the Marstons I wont Thats fiat I d ont expect of course to have onceJShut uil P udence her elder UvelyNfather out The salt of the earth- sThat wha h Isso good J dopt see bow Mca have a IUdy flIghty child h asyuu bra wris used to such sisterly anenltlesj There were Just tie two of them ather did not lucky mild the soul of tOUDtUn talent ftr losing tured so had ceased from venturing not quite voluntarily to be sure ire Heicly his wifes father had up hi daughters portion sovltt inure d soil to the benefit of the two s It v as bafely Investedso safe the Income was mighty slender Hence th4 chafings of Dora andi dence careworn face Prudenc loved her father passion ately beckuse she understood him ImposslIt in the orl She pette- nndemonstrativelychieftyhim in the way df cooking what he liked exactly madeItlvlingtwas equit bly hers But she had re d the bW partydress firmly and nt her self on refurbishing an old Dor had already spent much e that her share of the joint In come and Prudence was bent upon ing Set fathe a new greatcoat he had needed one for two winters at IIeas tjCommonly she either coaxed Dora of the sulks or ended them by herself giving in This time she dl her Instead she nonchalantly k up her shears saying over her R I i l Ea 1 I ifherUT t shoulder If you are so set against e dress I know a girl thatll be glad It It only needs a lit and a bit off the waist totayetaye It fit Elinor Lee Itave ItIts my dress e dont mean to wear It Dora flashed out Hateful thing Shed feell fine as Fridaythough she knew everybody was laughinat her huse she had on my castoff clothesfYou dont want them to laugh at her I suppose Prudence said argu mentatlyely Dora gave her a withering beersaying You know I dont want go Shes so uppish and forward ays pushing herself into every ng- I cay shes nlce always trying to help atyng Tastes differ Prudence nterd loftily still clutching the ars As you saythis Is your ck Wonder ifI havent got something that might do for Elinor Theres my graduating dress you turn up your nose rft It but those fasljloned rosebud silks are coin back again Give It to her and weomeif she mes in It she will be worse than laughing stock Tiara said 8CoWlIl ing Prudence turned sharily on her Youre my blood whetler or no e said Dont let a beau more or s nake you so mean and hateful ure afraid Elinor will cut yqu t with Tazewell Gray I hope she catt hes the best chance youll ever ve4but you wont get him by being des Icable He has eyes that see deeper than a pretty face even If it yours Ye you wont help me Dora snuffed hiding her eyes You know w articular he IsthatiI why I ust iiave something new You cant Thats the word with the bark on it Prudence retorted Rut youlf be sensible Ill drape my lace shawl oer this green satltf and then nobody will know It isntt new right straight from the city It was an enormous sacrifice andmatrl GawPrudences most cherished possession he Irloom fine and costly descend ed f1rpm a great grandmother toI hou4 fine and costly things were not aqYIfroc sheyin r Oh but you are clever Pruetwot t be naughty again for a whole i mont ThVn the two fell to work wIth the result that Prudence had time n day to fit the rosebud silk to slightI Ecttthan rewarded by the girls shy yetInuine gratitude ridnotherj Because this beautiful frock wont ra to rags even if I do dance on l oclock ostTbe dignity of a ball Dora was easily e belle of Ittall and dashing vivid color mobile of face she caught ver eye The transfigured green ytinad ver done It swathed tier slen er curving shape modestly yet al Dfd Becauaa aha know she was p 1r n fii iiriii C i ii l 1 t j jf If i I i Jf WILLCLQSE II 1 i II ii A tt1 1 1TheJ i 1 ON MARCH 20th and requests that all farmers who have not disposed of their Tobacccf to sell by the above date f b- vI 4 L By Order of the Boiaftf f I III I jI 1 == BuntilElinor was unaccountably late coming Truth to tell sie had come long before the rest an spent the Interval in helping kind Mrs Marston detail supperShOerwardeven to sleep ajtlUtle while- a As a result she came anjimg the dan cers dewyeyed and as rt lly fresh as the flowers upon her frocl They had held color and showed Jinely against a ground once white but ow the soft est cream The low bodic e had a lace bertha at topthe froi work of It was caught up in front with a knot rl1fJlesnuttedTruly Elinors feet b Heath like little mice played in at out Her mass of fair wavy hair simply part ed and coiled low weii beautifully with the gowns linesij Altogether she was a picture the weetest picture In all the world to one pair of eyes Tazewell Grays ey as He had hung about JDora half a year all the while coq lgus of Eli nOrs attraction Commbnly he had seen her In the world t workaday fragment of tho ijfee machine known as public educat in Rosy and rosebeset he knew her or what she wasthe woman of al he world to fill and crown his life Ho strode toward r forgetting all else But before h came to her Allan Muir had whleke her off in a waltz Indeed for a ull hour he could not get near her Qytblooming the roses of yesterday he put even Dora In the shade Par era the most finicky the most ellg lie swanned about herher cardis full in a twinkling By way o keeping the peace she even part dances between the young felloi she knewtbest r partnershlpan eager partner he dp w Elinor out 9n ihe piazza to say Gins of yesterday didnt flirt you look the partare youtgoing to live u ptoit No because I donn know howtElinor murmured dr aping lightlii toward him w Then and there he missed hermite forgetting Dora y SnS PASTOR DIVIDES ift CHURCH Yale Divinity Student Resignation After Heresy Sermon Rejected by a Vote of 46 i 40 New Haven Conne little town of Branford seven mile east of here is thoroughly aroused wer the recent utterances of the R or Sceley K Tbompkins pastor of ho First Conj gregationall church ah report had 4I that charges of heresy night be made against him Tho R Dr Thomp kins according to som of his critics is ultraliberal his 7 jws Several weeks ago ur Thompkins preached a sermon lqjhlch he said be believed most was heresy John J Cunnighamj a deacon led the attack upon the yc rig pastor and h e was Buppirtefl by jt ie older mem bers of the church Opposed to the ac ptance of the resignation of the stor was the younger element hea1 d by Wither Hotchklss and llerbcr E Thatcher a deacon Tho reslgnat n was rejected by a vote of 46 to 401 Mr Thompkins is senior xf the Yale divinity school pdmig lucre two years ago from Mlnne ota His wife is here with him SI IVES MAN TOlJIRST VVIFE il Frau No 2 Willing to Resign for Predecessor Whqi After Long Absence Returns Boston With the idvlce and con ent of his second wit Qustav E Lair r sen has petitioned th court here to he annulment of hIS iecond marriage firstIhwifetfifteen years ago ait four years later he disappeared Freight years he searched for her wit out success and believing her lead he remar wiferhunted up her husba d and asked for glveness To clear le situation wife 6heLloved and give up h home that Lar len might rewed hliUflrst loveI IIbrothers Give j Surprise Chicago John anxi Jerry Keatlngr who have served side by side for ten ears In the 27th Jnited States in fantiy learned thexj were brothers when Jerry mention 3d his mothers name JSJ iii I YRSN HAD LITERARY AGENT Authors Representative Not New In vention for the Torment of Publisher a1utliterarymont of publishers But In iook1gpe over Byrons letters the following one shows clearly enough that the first John Murray who published for Bryon h doadt InivesJohn Murrays do today and by tueth actpleasing young man taking m norefathers business Here Is Byrons l puettertoItCantT thheseMr Douglas Klnnaird He IIs t tieeboanc reasonsSwhich you might not like to etatfto- seu personally such as heavy seasonm flat public dont go off lordship writes too much wont take advice declining popularity deduction forfuthe trade make very little generally lose by him pirated edition foreign edition severe criticisms etc with other hints and howls for an oration which I leave Douglas who Is an ora tor to answer 23d 1821 siApparentlyer to the author was ezactlythe same almost a century ago as It is today The Italian Soldier Under Fire These Italian soldiers were a new experience to me For sheer unemo tional daring Ihav never seen any thing to equal the behavior of the iian soldier under fire and mark ItalJ heavy fire They Jue aasplendid body of m enf rons the point off view of physique and discipline Much more than this can be said however The good spirits and earnestness and other good soldierly qualities of these men can only be spoken of in ChummylIsrelationship and feeling existing between officers and men and under such conditions where each is so essential to the other a wiser policy can jl not bo adoptedFrank J Magee ln Metropolitan Very Ancient Sword thSomewhandedMontague late with the Turks in Tripoli left behind by the crusad ers But one fleer can be certain of anything Iq this world After qne of the British campaigns in Egypt an omcer brought back as trophy such a formidable weapon which he heat ened to submit to the late Mr Jack Latham head of the Wilkinson Sword company in Pall Mall saying thats in his opinion the thing belonged to the first half of the eleventh century No said Mr Jack with a smile after a slight scrutiny of the bladeS it belongs to the second halt nineteenth century Theres our trademark In the corner of the hilt Shabby Reviving old Old Iimade as good as hew at home for a small outlay and by the exercise of a little care and patience Boll a little linseed oil and add to this about Bcishmiststure to the mackintosh with a brushMAllow it about 48 hours to dry in andi then wash the whole over with IndiaI rubber solution dissolved in methy lated spirits to the thickness of cream Leave this another two days to drband the mackintosh will be found bbhate a smaath and hard surface as calculated to resist all moisture asI when the coat was new The same process will o fcpurse ido for rain hats sponge bags and all waterproof ed thingsJMeasuring River Flows In its work of stream gauging measuring the flow and volume of riv era by uptodate methods the United States geological survey cooperate during the past fiscal year with 13 states the states Contributing over 49000 and the survey doing the work The geological survey also cooperated in this work with the reclamation service the omce of Indian affairs and the forest service Ninetysix gauging stations were maintained In coopera tion with the reclamation service 13 in cooperation with the Indian office and 194 in cooperation with tho toriest service on streams draining national forests In all 1105 gauging stations were in operation at the close of the last fiscal year l J tu FIGHT FOR WANDERING PUi Litigation Makes Collie the Most Expensive Dog in Delaware County i Darby PaAfter lltlptlon that hap been fought in the Delaware count courts nearly two years at an e 1ryI g which had heed claimed by Err n Schrlner The dog a cute little puppy who e lawsuit started but now full r grown is probably the most cosfty on Delaware county Tyler testified that he owned thuP ppy which wandered away one day ir s owner unknown it rambled intry e Main street stgre of Rlcharlj Piirdy whose attendant wliipp closln r5 me came ge it away tpR Utt y who sUbsequenty obd It to iMrir ThciirlnerthLearning toadeSdhriner believing that the ll earisa laabfosedTyler brought suit to QI aluppyp peal and after tully considering tie case Judge Johnson refused the m Msbeen onittBLIND MAN RECOVERS SIGHT Piece of Cornea Is Ingrafted on One EyeTaken to Window Describes View and Darkness Returns PnrlsA pathetic story was told nllwhonll j I r one eye arnjJ the patient kepf under observation four days with his cleftbandaged Then he was taken to a window and the bandage was reran e Itdh abadr jo pryand told of the realization of his lifes d Isreamthings of nature The view was only permitted for n m caomentagain led to the window for anotherIsight ofthe waviiTg trees but when e bandage was removed slowly 1lias unable to see The bit of grafted cornea had ceased to be a living thing The operation had failed Just when it seemed about to succeedof HARD TO HOLD MAN IN JA1L j1 Prisoner Small Enough to Squeeze Out IILockupII Portland OreC FWUSQD four a t555hroughiIn addition to thrashing a iSopound llogger and punching one of the largof est policemen on the1 force In the eye capped the climax of his performancesr by squeezing out between tho bars of his cell In the city halt Jailer Wo b ster was at a loss what to do with hIs diminutive prisoner until he dla IthanBREAKS SPEED RECORD EnglnTravelsla New Vork State t1builtt1t1iI g propeller has attained a speed of nearly 140 miles an hour in tests on Irbndequoit bay during the past few days t The boat Is the Invention of Lyman Seely a manufacturer of aeroplane engines Irondequolt bay fsaboutfeight miles long nnd the distance was covered in nbou four mlnntotir a mllowinge nginesSThe engine and propeller are at 11hah Qindwheel attached to the rear runner of laLondonInwomen thai have just been proved provision has been made for the maintenance of their pot dogs Mrs lIary bbridgeand his wife and a further sum b 1tl20 a week so that her dogs might be In p tiivestheir inlaekbenthmaid for the maintenance of her only pet dog 4IOIMI M 0 M q i f t m QM Y IJ1L 0 tz10 JQrOtrVP91Si 14 IATowel Shower l shower for a recent bride ewas both practical and nc eptablso ere were 12 intimate ey each contributed the price of a wel and the hostess purchased one dozen of the ame pattern with the rge papiermache letters arid cotton r marking On the afternoon for the shower7 l came with their thimbles and leach gIrl embroidered a 1ettdon- to a towel so when refresnments we served 12 beautiful pieces TDf linen w ere placed before the bride a Just word as to the wearing qual es of these papiermache letters concerning which thereseems to bea divided opinion Personally I have found them most satisfactory having used a tablecloth andnapkfiis for nme years that are marked In this manner If they are closely and carefully worked they will outwear tie original material and that is all that is nfices sa rywThe refreshments consisted of Job ster salad hot cheese sandwiches cpf fee olives and salted nutsf A relative who knew of the shower sent two guest towels a pair of bath towels a six wash cloths Ishuti Day Amusements IAs soonas a child girl or bOyls le to handle roundpolnted ovido a pair with orcd ptcturea to cut out Then scte5nirirno banij man available t tijarestfcarpenter to mike a tthe frame for one tack ri1brlc on the back Cpver tfie young eter from top to toe With an apron spread a sheet on the fjdop give him a bottle or better still a tube of tobrarysqueeze it and you happily may your way rejoicing knowing thatt sev eral hours will elapse ere the charm cutting and the joy of pasting will h baveWhen the screen to futake1tt and replace with a fresh plec of Ca clilldIslstedls keenly appreciated by thellt ti brep ichaintsthe better And by the Way those colors are made harmless for tinmeb embryo artists so lif the brush sho find Its way Into the little mouth non serious consequenceafollowi A Utility Shower lA dozen gfrls planned this shower for a recent bride It was rather jm usual and very enjoyable TicS hostess asked them all to meet at her nousej Informally St 2 oclock asking Lisa brideelect to be there at three this way shoo had time to explain herI IIqitirlalCt AKtwS MONfcf WITH GAS rI Dat Equipment Installed In IJpt New Melting House of Brit J 5ch 1ajMint i t Four tons of gold will l on an aver ago be inqitodroneac1i wifking dayJ In the wonderful ntew molting house now being completed for service next1t r year at Ute royal mint near the Tow erofXondon i The new melting house 4ii bEltheJ ost complete in the world tIS1itch larger than the existing one and is to contain ten furnaces allli heated by gas Tho present meltingi ouse has only fout such furnaces g furnaces alone are nap used at he royal mint for the melting downJ precious metal coke furnaces hav j lJllfChilastworth of gold has been melted b down by gas Jncd the special furnaces worb Introduced ii Many experiments were carried out w heforelaedIumI on with the tests Mr RIgg the super t ndeht of tho 6porative department alda number of visits to factories London and the country and made gi tops in Canada and the UIt d I rbWDIDt r I r 1dust cap three holders a b oem bag iIronIng holder laundry bag i kitchen atiron clothespin bag tollr towetl BfeVeral dusters of cheese clthindhalf dozen dlsh cloths Te entlre cost was divided among the 2 and the materials wrapped In tissue paper and bidden throughout the rooms Upon the arrival of thef honored guest they chatted awhile and then tthe hostess announced tbct a little t fairy had confided td her that there j s Yere packages of value sefcretly hlvsoft tongs of the platio tho sameMr ffap Magic music When all the pidc iages bad been discovered tlie glrlaall set to work upon which e er artiClecthey selected They prone heed this a utility slower and It ceitalnly was p acl cal for the guest of jonorsaid per mind was sb In the olouds that the articles presented had ever been thought of Delicious tea as brewed by the hostess accompanied by thin bread and butter sandvfiqhes filled ith orange marmalade bonbons axd sniall cakes The guests assisted la servjng The hostess was1 a bride ofusix months so she knew Worn expert senpewiatanew IrdMADAM MBRRI l fjSINOttl earlytraspberries and white peacnes Rhinestone trimmings ire by far v the most showy and effective as well 0as beautiful trimming of41 eseasOlL Single ornaments4of jp isementerfi V 4 fare attached to linen collars in some r i asesc In place ot ord J q ties or owb fSatwbll cream and 1aricyserges d 1comprising black tfairllne stripes on whltd grounds are great favorites orft iThedouble width and are mos advantage ous for cutting Many exTqulHlto corn blnatlons for blouses carl be hadapopular one being go the new tf hydrangea blue ldoln leIA great favorite is new mateo ab called velour de a inlxed suiting almost like camels hal It tii whltqdiagonaltfnpg In tan light blue anj grayj Plan Vellinii ParIsian jffgnen are Searching fer pe toian veils the more elaborate anil nthe older the better Kb IncllaaUon lto use them as face coverings cast manifested itself Uio ladles areiMV ly tired of Russiatj embnjiiderlea f e Iuein ace was designed by ofliclals at tha mint andagnSbur crthde byiLr 8 N Brayshow at Mancl tester waa d f Ordinary gas is taken1 from the street main tar the me1Uigand aaelwith air from a powerful blbwJag e gine Jt ia found that bf the ned of 4gas the crucibles for thejsbld last lonfj er than they did when coke was en ployed eacH cruclbld endUring eiffet eel heatings under gaS as aghast twelve under coke jn addition tk55 cost Js less having been reduced from ld to 5d for each bundrd weight tgold meltedrLondon Htll IAr How it Turn Out 4t I toldihat dub L e wa foptish te f1e courting so many girls outIAs 4Cerois jboard and had to manly Jail lead Jdy t That luNatural W Mrs TownebeySo HIrfim D1fa HflJep1f1trpii r r 5 c r r c t 7w r r 7W r T I J ifvBpKTOH S4DtNTDLNTIF rrHt1 EXTRACTED l NITHOUT PAIN b ucI Hag Block ap sUini 1 4 1 PRINGYLELDXYI j i1dDental Work Strictly Firstclau tl t f R J ClfUf 4Pycin indirgton e 1rr 4erhoura 8 i09 in J 1t 2p r OiSbi over Hay d 1 Drugst- orr jlllampton M D J ITke Oera t1ise 8o ftfriRe NeVRcsUeace No 38 J RIG Y t bTtNex AT LAW eQyrFeoptiank 4sPflIN6FIzID KY tt F J r o W HY TTp fittJi i oYe r Rod Cross1 Drug Office hours Hyatt 1080 ti to 12 m 4tb 1p fl1D c I JWINYMAYSt ed tto fUlERilL UIKECTOBJ J 4 jto tlCEISED EMBAtp TELEPHON- EDAY19NIQHTT4 SYRINHFIELU KI A t DE WF TRUSTY PRACTJ- QALDENTIST p e i CbpSice over HaydonBaet r f r Pental work at reasonable pricesi ha litwqrk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD O j RailrcdlScheduleD Polio wing is the time schedulej no in effect on theBardstpwn I and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Tjeaved Louisville at 430 p mi Bardstown Junction 4 622p mi rdstownC6pa arrives at Springfield 655 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a tfl4 Bar8 own 645 am Bardbtown Junction 7Ea am arivea at Iponlsville 820 a PtINo 48 Leaves LouiSviUe a 720 Som Bardstown 3 unction all 55 am Bardstown 1005a1n arrives at Springaeld 1140 p m 1o44 Leaves Springfield ai libdpm Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Junction 410 prn v arrives at 1 66uisVille 5 15 p nII TaksJeIcbythe Hand and Lead It Abeutty ntll Thqroughl Acquaint eeiThen Assume Air of Un riertaktr and Spring IL 1 Ever alnce Cain slew Abel for call lug one of his pet Jokes a chestnut the world has been taking lessons in the art of being funny The desire to be funny lurks In every fiuman breast There have been men who ti have lived it down and these have in Vvarlabl become great statesmen lit Tile Morning Telegraph has calledtupon TheophlluB Smiff tho great ex perttand scientist who Is said t6 have been the first man whoever made a theater box office man smile r GcametunnyiteverybodyExtrater for itIs by strkthgtboesponstvo humor chord in the humaB breaBt t that we get our only true effects Therefore no matter how good the Joke unless jt be told in a manner tb strike that cord It TaIls of Its own dead weight and furnishes us with one of tire saddestJBlghta life Select from any well known Joke book a story It should not be too v pew asitts likely not to go so well 1aaan old reliable oke that has been I through several campaigns Then cut from it all unnecessary adjectives de criptlons and apologies Never apologize for a Joke Take your jJbke by the band and after having lled it about until yoiJ know all of Us family history assume eaJr of a funeral1 director telling 4 the relaUves from which sIde of the casket they are to view the late JaI aented and then give utterance toIyour jape The best way is to get the point of the story well In mind and Caen put it away entirely until you need it Noth k lag so intereferen with the success ot tI a joke as to have the point hanging around in plain sight before the story well l started y Remember above all things tha tho face sbquld be solemn and the voicei lew and well modulated with a si plcloaot itdlless In It Learn to pause at the right place uc1U you are la doubt at all the best t plaet to pause la Just before you start This has Hen mowato save 4 mt may frlfends that be otherwUi aight haTe lostNaw York Morniaf lSrapbII 4r tf i i TOWN a J iia IIIHfi Local NAppst Interns me FtShsstad Latest AllI About Yourself Friend and Acqiiaintancts I 13M S p e 4F4sA2O0 squares off Asphalt Ready Roofing 0 L Price FQR SALE Bfack Seed PS Barberatsl rt 1Apply1 Fc R SALE3 nice Duroc gUts td pit A B Walker PC R SALE One yearling mare mule colt and one pearling filly Edgar Linten 4TJe best value in tobacco can assj at Cunningham Duncan Bud Wharton DFoR SALEOne good family mani and one good work borse Barry Derringer SLayed from thy farm near black male hog 140 t btiCkI S EvShewmaker t tailored suits and clears at cost at Cunningham and Wharton Nid Fardiri who was convict i 01 False Swearing was taken WednesdayjIf yon havent bought your ee4 oatSj see ours before you i bnjrj BDLicECo FOR SALE Good cedar posts plyto A RYAN jJosKy R5 Indian Runneppuck Eggs 1 3rI e ingof 12 pure white gstrain t tiWanted to farm sell or trade orLother stock lBlck Jack 15 Ctarkj D 5 i New carpets mattings linole ums oilcloth lace curtains and- thdow f shades at Cunningham can and Wharton FOR SALE 10 pair coming 3year old mules good onesJany kind of team you wantff 1CLBrady FOR SALE Baled Orchard Grass hay R W CLEMENTS CunningbamDuuan Whar have just opened up a mSst attractive line qI wall paper in the new combinations JFputfD Oa the streets of a Springfield a pocket book con taining som money Owner i ay have same by proving prop rty and paying for this adver t tisement A W Eddleman S C Buff Orpington cockrels tod hens 100 each S 0 Or ping ton and S C Brown Leg hbrneggs flUO for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs 1 00 for 15 MRS B L LITSEY Cunningham Duncau a n Wharton are show It their dI tijtock of whito good embroider ssand laces The most atlrac they haye evr shown When you need coal or lumber ee the BIG FOUR Old Kent wn Bob and Peg WK MARKS SONS I have located in Springfield for the purpose of doing steno graphic work and hereby invite the lawyers or others who hayej iwork of this kibd to be done to give me a call My oflce is in he law office of T S Mayes MARY E OCONNOR To make room for winter lay IIersnice lot of of pure bred S C R I Reds early hatched cockrela from 50 cents to 100 Would spare a few pullets and hens ifIordered at otoce Aluo four zic Berkshire male pigs and tivej Chester Whites i jterl j Ibe Grand Jury adjourned inIl stssion longer thin has beenfl J atjIt aLl They were kept pretty busyr jJdgiogItfwmt reurned they have let very iittle escape their notice There were sixty indictments returned and n some of these more than ono wus indicted TOPICS 994999999999 laD R SALEi A good farm mate Ittt an early mule colt Mare has beenf rebred Will sell worth 0 the niQl1ey P SBarbero FOK SAL4Two Poland China hbOarsAlo orie 250 cjgg incnb d 1TasFOR SALE A team of coming fouryear old mules well broke will work anywhere Scalding Clements wMarriagethis week to Enoch Perkins and Miss Pearl Rojyalty and to MrrJacob lame and Mrs Bessie t1ChesserCnnninghataq Duncan and Wharton have just received 85 different styles room size rugs hitAx IP ins ter elvetS and Tapesp try From f10 to SO ab4 J see them Nlo trouble to show hemCJ Mr H R Cutsinger has ac ceptefl a position with the Geo i Bohon Co of Barrodaburg and will call oil toe people of Wash c inglon and Njelson counties with a full line of farming implements iin comprising eyerything Jfoma corn planter tQa gasoline engine Also full linej vehicles Will be in Springfield every County Court day w Dr J B RoBards who was formerly located here has rented the fiat qVerjthe store of Shultz Cleaver and will move here to take npthe practice of his pro fession between the 1st and 15th of April DK Robards enjoyed a good practice when located here before and the people of this city wilJj be glad to welcomeh the return ott himself and his ex cellent wIfeSThe borsejsale was a success n more ways than one not only as to tbe selling of what we sold in the sale bUt we gathered t07 gethersome the best horses iin the State and many sales were made outside of the sale All told there was 82j head changed hands at very satisfactory prices L W Campbell sold a black horse thorrel horse for1 190 and many other good sales was made Several mules changed bands in the sale one pair fof Yocum Bros for 437 Owing to the weather not many people were expected ColvinHmte on Mr Ezra Hale and Miss Willie Colvin were married yesterday bfternoonRev J A Simms The groom of sa son of Mr S D Hale and isaan iudustriouS young farmer orJ h3 countywhtle the bride Isa pdaughterand is a popular young ladya Turner Mr Jas Turner diedat his home al Mackville last week of paralysis Mr Tjurner was 62 years of age and a prominent citizen of the county He was highly es tfemed bjj ill who knew him Burial vas in Mackville cainebtery New Tailoring Store MrW T Leachmab has open edin the lasmentoftheSpringf- ield Hotelj a tailoring and press log shope has a man em pl yed wbb will be ready to do pressing at all times Mr T each man or II Windy as be is called by his f lends is thoroughly familiar with everything pertaining f toclothirK and persons a patronizing him can feel assured hat their interest wilt be taken care ofj 1 iMr Leachman hotin Leachman died r at his Greensbnrg after a short illness of La Grippe and heart disease and burial was con ducted there Sunday Mr Leacnman was born and reared i in this c0unty andwasa son of Thomas and Emalinelieachman- He grew to manhood here andJ when a yjoung man was united In- marriag to Miss Susie Blake 1mau of Green county After hU marriage he moved to Green County and engaged in farming He was a good t honorable man rand wa a successful rcan in business Be ia survived by biIire an4 four children He was a brothqr of Mr Henry Leach mn Mrs Alice Thompson and Miss EJiizabetn Loach man ofIr this copnty and Mrs W H Sweeney of Louisville r i MANSLAUGHTER 1 The Verdict In The Ga ol Commonwealth Wm Moore f The jury in the ofisn ofi om monwealth vs Wm L MooJr re turned a verdict finding thf d lendant g lIt f rnansh Jtbtj n last Thursday nigbtjat 9 cloc The Case hid beiiuprogress since Monday am was ard fought on both des going to the jury at 530 oj lock rsday Great intres wust manifested in the triat thr ghaout the Court house at all jules being crowded to its utmo capacity Shortly after ijght oclock the jury sent dcwn a w question in writing asking what hat would be the penalty st ould they return a verdict of vo14 tary iis manslaughter Prior tot this had been knowb s to he feeling of the jury and here g was much speculation 0 the M part of the crowd as to whs the verdict would bfl but afte this all realized what was comi jand he defendant was somewhat for the verdict hich ollowed Shortly after tfir nine clock the jury filed hithe oui Bouse and announce that they hd reached verdIct i Dur ing this time there was tj in tense silence which alwa s ac i ompapies such an ann unce ment during which the fqi eman a low tone of voice r4thei verdict The defendant wi o had weIitl11derthe previous days broke doand JOnt pronounced sentence on the pjr soner N land he was taken to FrIkfort yesterday morning by iiiheriff Sam AndersonS A Royal Slave f Persons who enjoy a p top woodshowigh class throughout w nnds all they are looking for next- aturday night when lhe Royal Slave will be presented it the iit Opera Bouse We recal that the play was produced here a hfewsaying tbaC those who attended tbe then will be glad do som againl The principal ct racier Aquilla an Indian of nob i character The play abouids intsuch noble ueutimeot asII You tear the flesh from m bones but a secret from an Indians heart neyeraTobacco Marhetl The tobacco markpt hi been a boom during the po week and higher prices hav1 before and this not on ajfev select but on entire riro s l The crop or Grigsbvj Bros 8700 los was soidat a averp ge of 26 cents iit The crop Qf Esquir J 0 a olin and Nelse l tchello mounting to 3740 pout ds sol t an average of i24 beingc the highest average ejrer received for a crop on the Spring market j t Iat Tobaccodo Pare White Buy To aceo Seed to be given away by Tandy Quisenb rry at Planter Tobacco Wir e house Jjll l Special Noticc Mack Hendren Sj ingfield Ky R JR3 is in positic to skill fully handle all classes f horses My terms are reaaonalila and I J11- re guarantfle satisfaction If you interested it willI I my you to see me Mack t endran IOne and a half mil s west of Iackville on Springti il pike II Syray Your FrliL I have on band a lage num ber of Sprays for apr lug fruit trees plants etc ant IIlihe best compounds for killing ill insects which attack frnit trIs Spray your fruit and resultsjwill justl fy you for your trouble A 0 K1MBAL1 Debutante Rides pjsVicn LondonLady Moya Browne the Iyoung debutantewhos e agemOt to Mr Allan W Campbell tn officer in the Coldstream is just been amnounoed is GuardsJJ rl in this country who an ostrich The event took place llait season at Amptklll House Bedfq dshlre the seat of Mr Anthony Wtogfield who owns a remarkable prlvlii zoo lee- land only in Importance lo that pos sessed by the Duke of B idford TheIfJfeature of Mr WIngflejds zoo is that zebras ostriches aridj even casso utica take part Iin the urn work PE aON AL IJi Ir Here Mrs J1 E Hardesty 13 Visit ing relatives in Louisville ibis week II Hon Ben Sp ding of LebaI non was here Weduesdav Mss Mary OConnor of Warsaw Ky has come to tapring field where she wjll engage stehographic ilrrCliftqn work Leachmanan inII Miss Lizzie Leachman the funeral of E B t OJreensburg Sunday rfr on IMrI1 teaching school in Boone county Ivisiting at home Mrs Fred Manecatid daugh 1tar Elizabeth Lewis are the Iuests of her parents Mr and IMrI are in Louisville this week Mrs G D Robertson has inIIturned home after a visit I several months to her parents Kansas City Mo I 1Ellen1 I ODD WEATHER DEVICESIs1I SIMIPLEI One of 1Testsimplest I1i ays of telling whether the air Is or moist Is to suspend a piece dryIIeed out of doors or even in apartment where there Is no artificial heat The weedis crisp and dry at the approach of fine weather while is flabby and moist when rain is likely IA common toy tho Swiss weather ohee is really quite trustworthy in IItsI little house in lIne weather while the an comes out when wet conditions are to be expected In a medium state of the atmo sphere both figures stand just Insidet he house The movements are dusgto the twtatln of a cord of catgut a substance which is highly sensitive tb changes in the humidity of devicesJJJTwo vey singular weather re those in which a frog and a leechi i are employed In the former case aoglass Jamjar is filled to about twoe tlittleand this is placed inside the Jar A frog will live quite happily in Buch a position for a few weeks anddIt will be found that in fine weather the creature will climb out up to the top of the ladder In stormyweatbara however the frog prefers to remain under the water Even more reliable as weather are leeches A single leech i fispiece of perforated bladder or leathber over the mouth On the approach r fine or frosty weather the leech Re mains almost motionless curled up at he bottom When rain or wind oming the creature rises to the sur L race while a coming thunderstorm will cause it to bo much agitated at times he leech will even leave the water so sensitive is the animal to an electrical disturbance The chameleon barometer Is a curl peoplebutsimple The animal changes color veryi acb i cording to the weather being pink Infdamp conditions purple In a variable state and bright blue when the air istdryA cardboard mcunt is prepared and this may be lettered in sections Fair Storm and Change The chame leon Is sketched out on hlottlngpaner and then immersed in a solutioqofb of sodium and gum arable Any chemist will make up the mix = = = lAv == r j- II Royal Worcesterr r Gorset VVTher I Satisfaction Guaranteed V Models to Suit any figure I PRICES si-t TO 5 C Sold v Vv exclusively by us 1JlST RECEIVED NEWEST STYLES i 3S Special Sale This Week 4 Of Carpets Rugs Mailings Wall Paper Window Shades Lace Curtains Draperies Curtain Poles Sii dI EXTRA SPECIALS ItOe Friday and Saturday Bleach Cotton for 7 12 cents 94 Bleach Sheetin JlC 22 12 I Calidos 5c Arron Ginghams u 5 t Safety Pins 2 Needles 4 u Colgates Turkish Bath Soap 4 Handkerchiefs per doz 25c 1chOO For Cash Only The oII t l Dont Claims Heres a Guarantee Dont take chances on Roofing for you can now have roofing insurance JM Regal Roofing is absolutely guar anteed against leaks due to defects in roofing And that guarantee is as good as a overnment bond for its signed by the makers a 300000000 company JM Regal Roofingi- s made entirely in the Regal peoples wn mills They know the quality of very square inch of it Thats why Iey can guarantee It r Theyinake the wool feltknow that every inch of it is pure longfibred wool They refine and process their own sphaltget it directfrom Lake Trini ad No man has yet found anything else half as good for waterproofing So here is a roofing that is proof the broiling sun against snow arid rain freezing and thawing the oxygen in the air and the other wings wnich so soon ruin other wool felt roof ings JM REGAL ROOFING is also highly resisting Samples aro free also an interesting ook on roofing Shnltz Cleaver tl77 4 A more beautiful cneraist nygro scope is formed of a flower made of white blottingpaper which has been immersed in the cobalt mixture The show many varying shades bright pink to sky blue with the thanges in the degree of dampness In he atmosphere- A somewhat curious stormglass was introduced by the late Admiral Fitzroy This is formed of a glass tube stoppered but with a small hole the cork Ito the tubo has- een poured a mixture of camphor nltr QQIrntmI iphnl Anrlwa1 = === ot 777 r PROGRAM I ment I at the r01k wing times andplaces IIeducatiun Mardi 18Polin SchoolHouse2 P1Il I u 18Willisburg School House 7pm 1 IU Willisburg Church 2 pm- T esdayII 19 RockbridgeSohoQl House 7F1m Wednesday 20 Independence 2 pm 1 I Wednesday 20Brush Grove 1 7 pm Thursday 21 Tathum Springs Church 2 p m Friday 22 Card well School House 2 p m Saturday u 23 Mackville School House 2 p m MPndavII 25TetsScliool House 2 p m i Tuesda1u 26 Springfield Court House 7pm It is especially requested that patrons teachers ol officers prfend qf education witlLakot an inter 1n these ffieetingsand strive tovsecurea large at end IIsch at each place Respectfully V J McWlLLIAMS Co Chairman of b L L La c 9 S as s j f t Phone 6R ixM JUST RECEIVED Il Ladies Spring Suits New Shoes for both Men and Women New ONIX Hosieryi Large stock Rugs and Mattings Ne Wall Paper Special Lot Lace Curtains Big Line of Dress Ginghams New Draip eries etc etc No trouble to show goo I here Always gladl toseeyouI 1RobfonCiaqeZ6 L INCQRPORATED 1iiJJ Accept IMrs t jf4 i SDrtafiifild City Taloriii r fffor N 1tstladies andtGenlsGarni MADE TO ME UREJr 1ii qaI4Dryl and rb1ocked and pressing QT allI lindtht T Goods called for and delivered 1 i I fWY Baumbauer- rProprl fWx x4x AIV V P T 1eryBusines Man i 11 4JRecoginizes the importaiice of conducting aUJbusinessJjdetaiiiJby1 telephone both local and long distance Jtis economy in aalmof time and money Unexcelled telephone service afbehadoverthe Ilines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company Xori distance connections to all important points fnlthe United iStates Rates reasonable service the best t V CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE t TEGEGRAPHCQMPANY Incorporatefl rtar 110 CnrJu inct state or tne atmosphere are indicated by the pro duction of feathery growths these ex tending upward at the approach of a storm arid retreating to the lower part of the tube in quiet weather i f Park Tailored SuIts The tailor suit Is without doubt the necessity of the moment and though these are now to be seeD in dark shades redeeming touch of color generally relieves the somber ef feet which they give whHe iil lies with the mllluer to add the crown Ing of brightness and chip Ho the toilette t The pin striped velveteens aije frS quently to be seen in tailor costumes but velveteen may be considered rath er an expensive material for coats and skirts as it rubs so easily that f it soon assumes a woebegone appear ancoand surely nothing looks half so shabby as a worn and tumbled ve veteen For the Woman who bai maqy costumes pf course a frock pi i this kind is a delightful addition to her wardrobe although the fact that cheap readYmade ooats and skirts are to be bbtained in this material will rather praveat it becoming adopt I ed by those In quest of novelty Russian Parents Make Moving ricvwro Drama Real=Llvlng A treSs Appearsoh Stage nnSt Petersburg A cinematograph was instrumental furnishing an IBJni at a picture show with a realI romance While a scene In a play was being reproduced at at cinemato graph theater here a p ant and his wife two of the spectators recognized an actress In the plcjureasvthelr long lost daughter The woman swooned and her husband shouting My daugh ten tried tp force his way behind tho state expecting to find hla daugh ter there To convince him that hla daughter was not tpefe the manager had the curtain dup Then ringing up the flrnrrrom whom he Tfot the film tho managerf waS lnforxn d that the actrekaAras there add would set out for the theater at once To the delight of the audience the young- lady appeared on fhfflitia I ii icGifts of clothing are being mritiT many market towns and villages of t Surrey to the poor from a buest v left for the purpose by HeirjfBialtht t 0it ogSmlth as he waaU oc eia f T erally called having earned the ioo briquet from the fact that he waa never seen without a dog at bis keels This remarkable character lived about two and a half centurlt ago and was one of the best known fig X ures in Surrey He was orlglmally a silversmith in thQ city of LOB40 and prospering 14 buslaess acquired f estates In different parts of England Developing eccentricUtea aiegflw vff told be adopted the life of a bihar wan erlngrwere confinelot 6 entirely to Surrey and be Ila Kf4 to v have begged his wathmujk every town and village in the couatryx Atthis death in 1681 be lettU kila r wealth to the market towns tat par Ishes of Surrty and the endowMeetg t enabled each town to spend 250 gd each village about 30 oa the pun chase ot clothing for its poor llltcbam 4ibW6ver was exploded front hisl Jienefactloaa Maltas ex vplanatlqix being that Dn oae aecaaloA the inhabitants of MItchaBa lt fei through the village as a ceeavagrantHLondon Chronicle banger of Qafdrenii Fumee ito a ietter to the New T rc rfrt leal Journal Dr T D W PlaclnM 4 i Clares that public waraiBi slMHU ke IJgiven 14 regard to daafer freii rhere psoJenots buraM d eiti thocaseofamanwbwafiIdkit conscious and near ieatk after ker ing for a short time la a tmtft In which an automobile mfn rrunning ftime ago ke says I M i also called tb see a Jalabsi VS was reijdered helples U4 alitJ a f conscloUs By turned frsta kk ttJSI torch It appears that 4Ip1f a seas amount of the fuelk xiosr7 W 1 cause hjelplessnesfl and that IHiew U little of no warning tJItIM 1feeling of the OjI8arecte4L 4erons woikitg aisa Mk small privatet garages pe it pave danger wlea they let tfcpr mite run for eVen a aert uefl Dr raEWJCbancfl aJoiie Ydl U itten in the two ca tc J iLentlon 4 + t l 1 1IIUUtthwkek sa a ueBU11 a M MHber MJBeMfttly J MMrtlr e rte ebye witA tie pos 4btMs w Mfltte Cers HaTe J fjjo M JiIMtei M Ifty ets about 4 your aM tW JvAges eyfes Barreled ta ettt kve their folds of puffy fJeIL Maaabal keplag kI glance glid tIN i ra fell Malit J arerpaaMIu YotafrfriMN be my iveet lor the ht I TlMirVe a Mk eC tUerea at Ue Uv M W I w r 4 kit T 4e I ksow tiIthYy p1ek4 se H iN stat aatk Leya Inft1bu 4s a lit aM PIHUY 1 ta4k 1IM tUriNT Sa W HladI 41 Mit It th aek el a taU b K1suadtbNhtMT4vptb bsy lsae4 abt t t Tfci Jaltrttr WM sua Meofk jrttk roucli walls dirt floor and kIta L4epIace A shake 4 WJt tot im oa corner of the room yto taHtfully scrt B d from the pub 4kuabyatatterdquilt I Iey ikmt to afraid Look on me aI a trieAd urged the judge treM Ill to glad to stop an j swarM MaulbelIe Le cemMMce Is Inspiring Are yiM Mumgry YM fir replied HaanlbaL xMWkt H you uy to cold fishrtta j 4e macke4 Wa Ups to Impart to Ue 14MIdar swear ItgMM 1d you BOKe eon bread Into tfce tofgite He togas to assemble A ttetM to bad enumerated 1 glw yea are to cleared his throatI tafieerfTely while benignity shone IMBI every feature of his face A niiMt ateee yeu allowed fiae to think r lI were selTeat to the extent of fifty s4a Himmlbal looked puz 5d 1 waadtr if you could be In e4 te tea tporary loan of tMt Uty cuts The niB Involved 11 really wek A ridiculous trifle 4ata4topotitouttoyoutkeab acetalaty of my return It at aa early date It was mot tbs losa of his money ttotHiuwlkal Boat feared and the IntoiIgTtoak you y boyl I must step dowm to thtavei11wken I return pleaae Gods we aaaU know more of eaeji attorH1BUe to was still ik1s to tod preduced a jug from nilad tto tuUt that screened his aed aa4 MW took himself oK Into the algkt Left ala Hammlbal gravely eate- dJIIIl at tto table What the frifea larder lacked In variety It quantityaPreeeatly to toard the judges keavy akiiUac Me aa to CUM up the path e nrrem tto read aad a moment later doorithe juice aatered the saaaty but Lila lieII tod eata llatod himself In ala chair i e toetde tto table with the jug and a cracked fleas at hIs elbow Then v blaM ad Hilag ae turned toward kU gueat My teadereat regards Hannibal aM to modde4 over the rim of the cracked fiats ala snaking hud had carried to aia llpa Twice the glass waa tiled aid emptied and then afata ate rovg watery eyes rested meditatively 6a the child Have youI a fattorr to asked suddenly Han Bltol atoak IaHMad A mother They totk of them done died iyeara end years ago answered the Hr1 cut tell you how long back It was but I reckon I dont know muck about it I must have been a small child IIIHa small child cried the 1 1judge laughing He cocked his head oa oae site aM surveyed g Waytie Haaard with a glanceHannibalI Ic serioaaaesa la Gods name do y0a call yourself nowr Im most till said Hannibal with 4dl4RityW4 tol eaweU believe It responded tile judge Where did you come jI frem ci Prom across the mountains And where are you To west Tennessee L Have Yes Youve ar you moaey any frlen goJlItII through aad what the judge Intend ed for a smile of fatherly affection became a leer of Infinite cunning I got tea dollars j r47edollars the judge smacked his lips once Ten dollars he re twicea The purple flush on the judges t face where the dignity that belonged to age had goB vdown in wreck deep cued f p I He quitted ala chair and lurching somewhat aske did so began to pace 1 the loot Take me for your example boy You lay be poor you may possibly be kaaari voull often be thirsty l lfJLUUlS T1hEI PRODIGALJUDGE cJyYA HArI nR 1uq4jrAHLJI4cornr but through it au you wiuf remain that splendid thinga gentleman Perhaps youll contend that the old order Is overthrown that family has gone to the devil You are right and socialIfabric Is tottering I can see It totter and he tottered Himself as he Said this Well Im an old manthe spec tacle wont long offend me Ill die presently He was so profoundly moved by the thought that he could pot go on His voice broke and he buried his face in his arms A sym pathetic moisture had gathered In the dUds eyes He slipped from his ichalr and stole to the judges side Im mighty sorry youre going to idle Bless you Hanmoal cried the jude looking wonderfully cheerful despite his recent bitterness of spirit itTm Bot experiencing any of the pangs aintiajthere0 some life In Slocum Price yet Ifor all the rough usage eh 71 think youd better go to bed 1 reckon I hadt agreed Hannibal slipping from his chair Well take my bed back of the quilt Youll find a hoe there You can dig up the flirt under the shuck luck with Itwhich helps astonishingly What would the word say If could know that Judge Slocum Pr1c ItI makes his bed with a hoe Hannibal retired behind the quilt 4Do you find it comfortable the judge asked wlien the rustling of the shuck tick Informed him that the child had lain Yes sir downIHave you your prayersIi quired1 the judge No glr 1 aint said em yet Well say them now Religion la as becoming In the young aali la ap ctable In the aged Ill not disturb you tonight for It Is Gods wilt that I should stay np and get very drunk CHASTE fI VIII loon coripanlon Some time later the judge was aware of a step oh the path beyond this door and glancing up saw the tall figure of a min pause on his threshold A whispered curse slipped from between his lips Aloud he sald Is that I you Mr Mahaffy He got no reply but the tall figure propelled by very long legs stalked Into the shanty and a pair of keen rest Jess eyes deeply set under a high bald head were bent curiously upon him newIiComerWhy should you think that Solomon M haffy When has my door Ibeen closed on your the judge asked Grandson Is Back of That CUP IIHII Now Asleep In My Bed there was a guilty deepening or the flush on his face Mr Mahaffy glanced at the jug at the hallemptied glass lastly at the judge himself IYou seem to be raising firstrate hell hit by yourself 1Oh be reasonable Solomon Youd down to the steamboat land- Ing said the judge plaintively Byway of answer Mhhaffy shot him a contemptuous glance Take a chair do Solomon entreated the judge When did I ever sneak a jug into my shanty asked Mahaffy sternly evidently conscious of entire recti tude In this matter I deplore your choice of words Sol mon said the judge You know damn well that If youd been here couldnt have got past your place with that jug tBut lets deal with conditions Heres the jug with some liquor left Inltherea a glass Now what more do you want Mr Mahaffy drew near the table Rlt CQwn iitqi tho t I eHOW TO PRESERV Y UYH AND BEAUTY 0qs treat secret of youth tnd beauty or the young woman or the mother h eke prer tM4ntwULn of hervromanly system and wellbeing Every woman front or oldshesild know htntlf and per physical make up A goodway te- pp a arrive at AM kaowled e iis to get a goolf doctor book such for instance iiiI The Pe fes Common Sense Medical Adviser by R V Pierce MDwhich can rawtHy kc proeared hy sending thirtyotje cents for clothbound copy addressing rr r Dr Pier at BrfWo N Y Tk Weffuuriy system iis a delicate machine which can only be compared to thefn rtMte msshsBliM trf beautiful watch whicWwiil keep in good running order only wk edsr sad the proper oiling at the rihtticJo that the delicate mech c mum may not oe went out Very many times young women et old or ius Jam before their time through ignorance and be inproper handling of this human mechanism Mental eprewiona qKusedheadbackl1chc headache or hot lathes and many symptoms of derangement of the womanly iystem cart bo avoided by a proper understanding of what to do in those trying times that Cometo all women ta iiMasU IL WiUUwvnf Jomnhayen Va wroteHIt Itx yeara slneefa health ttkva way had female trouble and all the doctori u brr three said woald dIe I not able to do my work ny4dththopapcrsaboutDrtakoB bntoBB bottla until I found it had done me good I took to alL five bettlc cf Favorite Prescription and two of 7Gok3n Medi- calD4ryand owl am abe to do all my housework and have gained 1oarteapocnd I advise women who suffer from female trouble tottyyeurTavprHerrwieriptloa Jfs the only medicine en earth Majhalf7its any satisfaction to you do admitted the JudgeIYou otjght to Mahaffy drew forward a chair The Judge filled Ills liaSIWhat the news from the land lagr MahaffM brought his fist down on the table 7 heaitf the boat churning away round ba kOf the bend then I saw the lightS and she tied up and they tossed off the freight Inen she churned way again and her lights got back of the trees on the bank There the lap of waves on the shore and I was left with the half dozen miserable loafers whod Crawled out to seP the boat come In Thats the news six days a week By the river had come the Judge tentatlvel hopeful but at heart ex pectlng nothing therefore immune to disappointment and equipped for fail ure By the river had tome Mr Ma haffy as unfit as the judge himself and for tile same redson but sour and bitter wlth the world believing ways in the possibility of some GIr acle of regeneration At the Judges elbow Mr Mahaffy Changed this position with nervous suddenness Then he folded his long arms You a ked If there was any news Price Wpile we were waiting for the bbat a rift tied up to the bank the fellow aboard of It had a man hed fished up out tof the river a man whod ben pretty well cut to pieces Who tas he asked the Judge Nobody knew and he wasnt con scious shouldnt be surprised If he never opens his lips again WhenI the doctot had looted to his fellow pnj the raft cast off and went on down the Elk It occurred to the Judge that he himself had news to Impart He must account orthe boys presence While youve been taking your whiff of Hife down at thr steamboat landing Mahaffy Ive been experl enclng a most extraordinary coinci dence When I went to the war of 12 a Hazard accompanied me as my orderly iHls grandson is back of that curtain owasleepIn my bed Mahaffy put down his glass You were like this once before he said darkly But at that instant the shuck tick rattled noisily at some movement of the sleeping boy Ma haffy quitted his chair and crossing the room drew the quilt aside A glance stifficed to assure him that In part at least the Judge spoke the Vas ahoofbeat on the road trqthI rjearer and nearer and pres sou dec just beyond the door Then it ceased and a voice said Hullo there The judge scrambled to tils feet and taking up the candle stjaggered Into the yard Ma haffy followed him What wanted asked tfcei Judge holding his can4le aloft The light showed aj tall fellow mounted on a handsome bay horse It was Murrell Have Either of you gentlemen seen a boy go through here today Mur reli glanded from one to the other Mr Mahaffy8 thin lips twisted them selves In o a sarcastic smile He turned toj the judge who spoke up quickly Did he carry a bundle andrlfie he asked1 Murrell gave eager assent Well said the Judge he stopped here along about four oclock and asked his way to the nearest river landing 0 Hannipal the Judges voice and manner were rather stern Hanni bal a majn rode by here last night on a big bsjy horse He said he was looking fjr a boy about ten years old i a boy with a bundle and rifle There ws an awful pause Who was that man Hannibal It wOre Captain Murfeii The judge raised his flat and brought It down with a great crash on the fable We dont know any boy ten years old with a rifle and bundle he said Pleayou wont let him take me away ju4geI want to stop with you cried Hannibal He slipped t1eINo he roared He shant have you Is he kin to you Not siald Hannibal He tried to get me away from my Uncle Wber0 Is your Uncle Bob BobI Hes dead And the child began to weepi bitterly The judge bent ahd lifted him Into his lap 1 There my son he said sooth ingly row you tell me when he died pdt all about It yeaIterdaydont want tobut It IlurtsIt hurts terrible Hannibal buried his head Inj the judges shoulder and sobbed aloud presently his small hands stole aboit the judges neck and that gentleman experienced a strange of pleasure thrlUI Tell ne how he died he urged gently In a voice broken by sobs the child began the story of their flight a confused narrative The judge shuddered Can such things bj he murmured at last Then he remembered what Mahaffy had tolg him of the man on the raft Hannibal he said Solomon Ma haffy who was here last night told me he Haw down at the river land Ing a nan who had been fished up out of the Elka man who had been roughly handled Were It my Uncle Bob cried Hannibal lifting a swollen face to his Dear lad I dont knOw said tho judge mpathetlcally It wire Uncle Bob I know It were my Uncle Bob I must go find him and Hannibal slipped from the judges hip and ran for his rifle and bundle tStop ji bit cried the Judge Now if it wai your Uncle Bob hell comeback the moment he is able to travel Meantime you must remain under my protectlojn while we Investigate this man Slopson It wa4 Saturday and in Pleasant vllle alkaliraising was In progress During ill the years of Its corporate dignity the village had never boasted any building where the evildoer could be placed under restraint hence had arisen iits peculiar habit of dealing with prime but a leading citizen had debated half an acre of ground lying midway between the town and the Driver landing sa site for the pro posed sjtructure and the scattered population of the region had assem bled for the raising We ont want to get there too the Judge as they We want to miss earlTiPla1ned on hand for the aI ll stvvuse we may eontjaently ipok to you to favor us with4 a few eloquent words said Mr fij ihaffy And why not Solom nY asked the Judge The opportunity he crJed was not denied him The crowdi was like most southwestern crowd of the period and no sooner did tie judge appear than there were ckmorous demands for a speech tIle as a glance of triumph at baffyand stumpHeTennessee thO unsurpaied fertlllty ot the soil he touched oil the future that awaited Ple santvili he apostrophized the Jail J Presently the crowd d ftcd away in the direction of the tlfrern Han nibal meantime had gone own to the river He haunted Its banks as though he expected to Be his Uncle Bob judge and appearanTmomentjlThe the but in this hope there lurk the germ of a bitter dlsappoitatmeffi After a period of mental angulal Mahaffy parted with his last stroaj coin and while his flask was belnl filled the judge indulged In certali winsome gallantries with the fat ijdiady La Judge Price howl ou do run on she said with a coqi ettish toss of her curls I Thats the charm of y u maam said the judge He leaned across the bar and sinking his voice to a husky whisper asked Would be perfect ly convenient for you toIextend me a limited credit Now Judge Price y a ltnow a heap better than to asjj me that she answered shaking head Np offense maam sajj the judge hldn his dllappontme and wIth Mahaffy he quitted the far The sudden noisy clatter of many voices highpitched and ekclted floated out to them under th Shot sky wonder began the JJpdge and paused as be saw the c wd stream Into the road before the ern Then a cloud of dust envelope U a cloud Of dust that came from tramping of many pairs of feet an that swept toward them thick and i1enetra ble and no higher thian a tali tans head In the lifeless air I Vider If wo missed anything nued judge to finishing what hEnd thol j l score or more of non wero quite near and the jud and Ma haffy made out the tall Jfiure of the sheriff In the lead Anj then the crowd very excited verY lusty veryI noisy and very hot fbi d Into judges front yard For i brief moment that gentleman fa cled Pleas antvllle had awakened o a fitting sense of its obligation him and that it was about to in ke amends for its churlish lack of hplt8Uty He rose from his chair and Jth a splen did florid gesture swept his Hat Its the pussy felld1 cried a voiceIOh shut up dont m think I know him retorted the sheriff tart ly Gentlemen began the judge blandly Get the wellrope The Judge was rather loss prop erly to Interpret these vat d remarks He was not long left ipi loubt The sheriff steped to his sldja nd dropped 1aa heavy hand on his shp lder Mr Slocum Prlcewllateveryour name Is your little me Is upi Aint he bold It w the wom ans voice this time and fat land lady her curls awry an her plump breast heaving tumultuo sly gained a place In the forefront b the crowd Dear madam this JsI i unexpected pleasure said the jtie wlih his hand upon his heart I want my moneyH irieked the landlady Good mane not this worthless trash she silo k a bill un der his nose The judg recognized it as the one of which ie had de spoiled HannibaljYou have been catcl d passing counterfeit said the sherffl A light brokp on the judge a light that stunned and dazzled I can explalni Speak to them S omon you know how I came by t monet cried the judge clutching his friend by the arm Mahaffy ope ed his thin lips but the crowd drown his voice In a roar A tall fellow shook a ong finger under Mahaffys nose You scoot Mr Mahaffy seemed t hesitate Some one gave him a stove and he staggered forward a step Before he could recover himself th shove was repeated theIwas toward the road Twenty i en were Inrr chase behind him The the woods Want My Moneyl Shrieked the Landlady M closed about him His long legs working tirelessly carrl d him over fallen logs and through t glad thick ets the volCGs behind m growing more and more distant t the ran CHAPTER The Family on th aft That would unquestionably have been the end of Bob Yonfcy when he was shot out into the nfuddy waters of the Elk river bad net Mr lllch ard Keppel Cavendlsl variously known as LongLegged JDlck andI ChillsandFever Cavendlsi of Lin coin county In the stat of Tennes ice some months pre ously and after unprecedented me effort on his part decided that Lit coIn county was no place for him4 Mrj Cavendishs pate grandparent had drifted down the lolston and Tennessee and Mr Cavendishs father in his sons you jhad poled IUD the Elk W Havan ah how do aineu to uia aoit uio aa ta its juncture with the Tennessee down the Tennessee to the Ohio and f need be down the Ohio to the MIs slsalppl until he found soimy8JJtex actly suited to his tate IWith this end In view he had tolled through the late winter and early spring building himself a raft on which to transport his few belongings and his numerous family Thus it happened that as Murrell and Slosson were dragging Yancy Cown the lane Cavendish was just rounding a bend In the Elk a quarter of a mile distant Leaning loosely against the lofijj handle of his sweep he was watching the lano of bjfight yrater that rap between the blackshadows cast by the trees on either bank He heard a dull splash and caught sight o some object In the eddy that swept alongside Mr Cavendish promptly detached himself from the handle of the sweep and ran to the edge of the raft It jvas a face livid and blood streaked Dropping on ills knees he reached out a pair of long arms and made a dexterous grab and his lId gers closed on the collar of Yancys shirt He drew Yancy close along side and pulled him clear of the wa ter Mr Cavendish began ahurrled examination of tho still figure Theres a little life herenot much Polly he called This brought Mrs Cavendlsh Iron one of the two cabins that ojccuplQd the center of the raft When she caught sight of Yancy she uttered shriek Her Cry had aroused the other deni zens of tho raft Six little Cavehr dishes each draped in a single garment tumbled forth from their she ter I reckon wed better lift hlin on to one oftthe belsgct his wet clothes oil and wrap him up warm said Polly Oh put him In our bed cried all the little Cavendishes And Yancy was borne Into the smaller of the twp shanties where presently his bandaged head rested Ion the long pillow Then his wet clothes were hung up to dry along with the family wash which fluttered on a rope stretched between the two shanties a e The sheriff had brought the judges supper He reported that the crowd was dispersing and that on the whole public sentiment was not particularly hostile Indeed ho went So far as to say thEre existed a strong undercurrent of satisfaction that the jail should have so speedily justified it self Presently the sheriff went his WilT into the dusk or the evening and night came swiftly to fellowship the judges fears A single moonbeam found Its way into the place making a thin rift In thI darkness Judge sat down on the TileI stool which with a shakedown bed fUrnished the jail Where was Solomon Mahaffy and where Hannibal He felt that Ma haIry could fend for himself but he experienced a moment of genuine concern when he thought of the child Thenthere was a scarcely audi ble rustle on the margin of the woods dry branch snapped loudly Next a step sounded In the clear ing Tbp judge had an agonized I vision of regulators and lynChers The cautlqus steps Continued to proach A whisper stole into the Jail Are you awjike Price It was Ma haffy who spoke Oed bless you Solomon Mahaffy cried the judge unsteadily Ive got the boy hes with me said Mahaffy God blesa you both repeated the judge brokenly Take care of him Solomon I feel better now knowing hes in good hands Please judge it was Hannibal Yes dear lad Im mighty sorry that ten dollars dontjneedj iihumiliatedI should think you would save your wind Price until youd wad died out of danger Mahaffy spoke gruffly How are you going to get mo out of this Solomonfor I suppose you are here to break Jail for me said the Judge Well Price I guess allwe can do Is to go back to town and see U I can get Into my cabin Ive got an old saw there If I can find It can Iconic again tomorrow night and cut one of the logs or the cleats of the door In heavens name do that tonight ISolomon Implored the Judge Why procrastinate Price theres a pack of dogs in tbS neighborhood and we must have a full night to move In or theyll pull usi down before wevo gorio ten milesIMahaffy closed and fastened the shutters then he and Hannibal stoic across the clearing and entered the woods The Judge went to bed Ha was roused by the arrival of hi breakfast which tho sheriff brought about eight oclock Well if I was In your boots cpuldnt sleep like you remarked that official admiringly But I reckon Gnlltentlary vaded He first heard tho distant murmur of voices on the road and passed an u easy aqd restless ten minutes with his eyo to a crack in the door Ho was soothed and reassured how ever when at last he caught sight of the sheriff Well Judge I got company for you cried the sheriff cheerfully as he threw open the door A host thiefL 1Hepale yillalnous eyes and a tobacco stained chin The judge viewed the newcomer with disfavor As for theII horsethief ho gave his companion In misery a oldly critical stare seated himself on the stool and with quite a fierce air devoted all his energy to mastication He neither altered his position nor changed his expression until he and the Judge were alone then catching tho judges eye he made what seemed a casual movement with his hand the three fingers raised but to the judge this clearly was without significance and theI horsethief manifested no further in terest where he was concerned He did not even condescend to answer the one or two civil remarks the Judge addressed to Ulnr eJ IIiI selflaway the Judge liv Jfr through the many stages of doubt and uncertain ty foisupppse anythlng1 had hap pened to Mahaffy Standing before the window the judge watched the lastvesugeof light aptTheI Neighbor That Means Me Cried Suddenlyloutdrawn whistle Three times It was repeated The hors thlet lleaped to his feet CNeiglibor he moon was rising now and its light the judge saw a number 0 s horsemen appear on the edge or the woods They entered the clearing picking their way among the stumps without haste or confusion When quite close five ot the band die mounted the rest continued on about the jail or cantered off toward tile road Look out inside there cried a voice and a log was dashed against the door ondetwiceit rose and fell on the clapboards and under those mighty thuds grew up a wide gap through which the moonlight streamed splendidly The horsethief stepped befween the dangling cleats and vanished The judge tossed away the stooL He understood now With a coal dent not to say jaunty stop the judge emerged from the jail Your servant gentlemen he said lifting his hat Git said one of the men brie ly and the judge moved nimbly away toward the woods Now to find Solomon and the boy and then to put the miles between himself and Pleasantvllle with all lmostJatrose from behind a fallen log Tilef Yankee motioned for silence and pointed west CHAPTERX Belle Plain Now Tom said Betty with a lit tie air of excitement as she rose from the breakfast table that first morn tog at Belle Plain i want you to show me everything I reckon youll notice some changes remarked Tom He went from the room and down the hall a step or two In advance of her On the wide porch Betty paused breathing deep The house stood on an oslnenco directly before It at the bottom of the slight descent was a small bayou beyond tIlls the forest stretched away fn one unbroken mass to the Mississippi What is it you want to see any demandedI BeUe hadtJ1i Betty as with her eyes still fixed on the distant panorama of wood andl water she went down the steps him at her heels he bet shed get SIck of It all soon enough that was one com ifort Why Tom Why does the lawn look like this Like what inquired Tom Why thisaU weeds and briers and the paths overgrown Mr Ware rubbed his chin reflective ly with the back of his hand That sort of thing looked all right Bet he said Vbut It kept five or six bf the best hands out of the fields right at the busiest Ume of the year Havent I slaves enough she asked The dull color crept Into Wares cheeks Ho hatEfd her for that Uo So she was goings to come that on hlin was she 1 Dont you want tb see the crops Bet The girl shook her head and shoved swiftly down the path that led fromI terrace to terrace to the margin of tho bayou At the first terrace she paused itTd be continued lumen as Wcfl oMen aia Made Ibmbft by Ridncy Bladdv Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind iiscouragesandlcssensambitionj beauty vigor and cheerful ness soon when the are out of order or eased Kidney trouble has l child urinates tooof ten if theurine scaldi the flesh or if when the child reaches an nge when it should be able to control the btdicttinculty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the of tlise imPortnutoru n ThisunpiensantI conditionoltbehabit as niQst people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble andl both need the same great remedy The mild mid the immediate effect of tssoldbycent and onedollar Jnayhl1eby man free also a pamphlet telling all disappear kidneys ills preVttlent1tltat Ibpm treatment imRLIncludinginonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Khmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont snake anj mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address 3ingbamtonl N Yon every bottls f J wniY aChildren Cry for Fletchers The Kincl You Have Always Bought and which has b jem in use lor over 30 years has fooimo the signature of ii mado tinder lila since infaapy itb deceive youin tkls fJf IAU Counterfeits arc titiExperiments that o health of Infants and against Experiment What ORIACa- storia is a bl Castor Oil Pare gone Drops amid It is Pleasant Itcontains neither nor other Narcotic substance Its age It destroys Worjiris f4 t and allays Diarrhoea and Windd Colc It relieves T s cures Constipation and Flatulency It Food regulates the Stomach nndD w and natural sleep The Childrens ers Friend GENUINE AjLWfjW i of The Kind You ways In Use r O Years y tTIll CRT GaveaBetternndh T I r eelI suffered five rains due to wom n 1 ly troubles writes t from Chald bonrn N C They t I would often faint I could not walk at I awful hurting in ipy side i also a headache lgave up and I die but my husbahd urged me to try and the first bottle helped me By the was used I coUld do all my work All nd here said Ivrdiild die but Cardui II CARDb I s For more than has been womans women strong and well this women have like Mrs they by the fphfc for women T Cardui s or pre vents If you arp a Cardui today Write to Ladles AdvJjory tjo I au1for Sudd Instructions and lCr Wpaea sea free YOU That question will be asked yqu almost daily by business men seeldng your services if you the and show ambition to rise More indorse Colleges than indorse ness colleges 43 Colleges in 18 States 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stiffness I have bought two bat tles of It and it Is the best Lever saw I- MrsMJRYCURRyMilltoWnGi1 I bad a severe pain between my shoulders arid noticing your ad vertisement in the strut cars I got a bottle which quickiyrlleved tut R D BURtJQYNE Mayjvnie Kyf HLDIMENT VeppeIB II Price 2QcSOc arid lOO anabookonIIoiicsCaidtlIoisn Poilfrt tent free Arm DIEARL S SLOAN BOSTON MA9 p I Physicians Adviser R Ithe use of a goodlaxatlve to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of fandlgMtol lfrom Kettlnginto your system J I The latest product cf science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup punJy vegetates geM reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Velvo acts on the liver as wcllIassa the stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation i4dlgMtfe biliousness sick heldache feVerishness coHcflatulence etc Try Vf 1 YE f1 qi JLAXATIVE t