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Digital page images are linked to the text file. apiLF1rt I I HEW EFHES YQL XIX NO 12 SPINGFIEtD WASHIIjJGGNf COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 21 L t ODPEaRA 4II t SLEUTH HAS VERY HARD JOB N tiT Mk th Ltfltelature t PaN Nw Law Maklnt fevrflary caIooft H Pelfcwaaa McCarthy oV the Union Market italics war three men loiter Jng IB the vicinity of Goldstein ft Mllllagerg jewelry store on the Est il at three oclock In the Morning h lUiar heiays TU sleuth some tIvAm he did He hid In a doorway SiR Jae saw two of the men boost they thlr OVer the froatt transom VAbal sayi be Til pinch em iut b dldt The two fled leaving tJae third Inside the store maklrig a t Ht careful Inventory of the stock- alffcIonef by all burglars In the best Mtl Come outr there ordered McCar thy but the burglar merely hoisted 111s hand to a position at right angles t his face placed his thumb dexiterI f Come In and get me yer big stiff he finally muttered twIllcbe ladylike reception youll re icelve when I make your acquaint slice muttered McCarthy The rob- bersa fingers continued to sway back an forth McCarthy got a box and tried to climb overt He couldnt reach the transom The robber advised him to get a ladder So McCarthy got a barrelland put his box on top of It Thus be managed to reach the tran som The burglar encouraged him Youre doing fine you big stiff he remarked 1 Youll be doing finer when I reach 4i puffed McCarthy Thea he tried to wriggle In as the bur glar had done The robber was vol uble with advice Move a little to the left tatty he Jeered Keep on coming or wait until I get some sIdesThusenc9uraged came arnidahipandtheRhe ever sald McCarthy was sylphlike The robber got busy He collected nice little missiles like lumps of coal and bombarded the wedgedIn McCarthy Come oni yer doln fine he Jeered There was a supreme effort and with mighty Oof McCarthy wriggled throughtandhike a ton t f landed upon the little robber bricksI Charles Schwartz muchly Is held on a burglary charge and Me Carthy is going to ask the legislature t to pass a law so he can be sent e electric chair PIttsburg Dls oatch CALLS ELMIRA MAN MORMON WasJokeI eMemlte1 of Sufl ntlat Party at f NewYorkHoteL Me 1i Tork4rCtlcal Jokers at El meImenta wifeenIB delegation of twenty Elmlra wo men and the colone was the only male member of the party The party reg uptorn hotel and grouped Istered at an the nanes on t he register with al Ia exrnatoryp of the bracket was thejust outside name of Coll Reym lIds Soon alter the party arrived the following wdellYeZed to thetelegram botelproprletorsctnt by the practical Jokers In Elmira Mormon elder wIth hIs wives stop pin at your hotel pqsing aan luffra gist party Man she wt and with whisk ers The motel man bt l tened to find CoL Reynolds and show ed the telegram toI dUl11b with astonish him He was eventually succeeded In es ttent but UbUshing his ideititr to the satisfaction of all Wee yea Unrmiibt Woman Although much has been said ana written on the subJvt we do not yet realize how desperately lonely a wom an can be In a thinly BettJed farming community Probably no one can ever realize It except the woman herself They had taken Seth Hodgklns wife to the state Insane asylum tll1T after she left him Seth who hafl teen a good husband to her from the 4ate of her tinwedding anniversary 4o Update of her sliverwedding and through all the InterrenJnj jjuiiver oJlarleswhlch there hadbo par ties to celebratereceived a visit of condolence from his nearest neighbor two miles away Seth turned from a sink piled high with dirty dishes to clear a chair for hliftguesk I shall have to hire more help It seemsaa If she had been gone a year he said I always supposed that Harriet en rmiftHarriet Hodgklns husband looked In dazed and futile Inquiry from the Bprawjy pattern on the bright new oil cloth that she had bought with the carefully saved eggmoney to the view from the kitchen window a wide snowy field some tall funereal ever greentrees and a patch of darkening s1Q The kitchen did not 4ce the road J cannot understand he said what ailed Harriet She hu hardly been out of this kitchen for fifteeni yearsPYuths rimpanloa New RuMlan OH Fltltf Baku hitherto baa been known as the great oil producing province oj Russia Iti o tpatiks been eno v hOMo We are told of the Sallan ti Iteeome 150 mllea from Bakiu w whlct gives promise of going a bo sot on maT tthem beyoad anI perfemaace ereiHed to the latter al I poftcSjIUvery great +slNhlnl Sessaa- Dfrtl r Odeetr14 gfedly dve ye A tte waiter in U jTii1 DYNAMITE BOMB Is Found Under Rectory Porch at Campbellsville Campbellsville Kj March 15 T ylor county is mach aroused lover an attempt to dynamite the Catholic church and rectory ad jacent A slick ofdynamiJe was found jesterday morning under the rectory porch with a half burned fuso attached It is- thought that jampness of the ground put out the fuse and kept the dynam its from exploding The fuse was burned to a few inches of the dynamite Enough dynamite to have blown up the church rector apd many other adjacent buildings was found Father Thomas Murry priest of ttje church has consulted the authorities He is at a lost to understand the motive of the fiend No arrests have been made The dynamite was found by ft negro housekeeper Father Murrv has been located at Camp bellsville 7or years Sale Mrs Mary Trainor McConnell PHI vs Edward Trainor Dft By virtue ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit 19121inHouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY MARCH 25 1912 at oclock p m or thereabout being County Court Day to the highest bidder at Public auction upon a credit of 1 and 2 years the following described property towit Washingtonold toll gate on the Springfield and Perryville turnpike about one mile from the Court House in Springfield Kyw containing 5 12 acres Tfcis piece of land has a house barn and other outbuildings and will make a very desirable home because of its nearness to town and to the graded school For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal iinterest from date of sale until pail and having the force mid effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared topomply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W Cc Broke Jail at Taylorsville Taylorsville Ky March 14 William Word who was brought here from Lawrenceburg on the charge of not supporting his wife and child and who was be ing held For the grand jury which will convene March 18 escaped by prising out a stone in ttjai1 wall This makes eight prisoners that have broken jail the last six months Ihi Government Ware Mouse Robbed The Government warehouse at the Cummins Distillery near Coon Hollow was broken into JqunntityJrpls The presence of the intruders was discovered by the night watchman at the distillery Summoning to hs assistance ftobert Nevitt and Taylor Holts Bouser two employees of Mr Cummins the party entered the warehouse and cap ured Herman Watson They also discovered another party whom they failed to apprehend In trying to cap tune this unknown person one of the warehousemen Mr Nevitt fell through an elevator phafi breaking his leg in several places The entrance to the warehouse was effected by removing a stone in the foundation and prizing up the sheetiron on the side of the wall making a hole sufficiently large to enter in making his reupda the night watchman found a coat and vest lying nearr the wall His suspic- iiions being aroused he made a thorough examination and ds covered where the parties bad made their entrance The prisoner was Drought to this city by Town Marshall Miles of New Hope acting under instructions of Deputy Collector Lynch of this pace and turned over toU S Commissioner C C Bold rick who in default of a 300 bond cmmitted the prisoner to awa t an examining trial set for Wed r ea lay March 20 Mr Neyitt was brought here Mpnday nighon the Greens burg traIn ant taken to Eizabeth Hospital hre his injnries re ceived medical attention It is saii tiat the mao captured formerly lived itltbis county and lisa just completed serving a torn in the pnitenti larv having been convicted in Nelson county Lebanon Enter prise I have located in Springfield for jthe purpc se of doing steno graphic wort I and hereby invite the lawyers or others who have work of this kind to oe done to give me a call My offce Is in the law offic4 ofT S Mayes MAY E OCONNOR Headland rAJa March 15 Five person are known to have been kiikd1a dozen injured several of them seriously and scores ofbuiidings in botbbusiII ness and resident Headland are total wrecks as the rasult of a hurricane which struck tne town eajrly today causing panic and cohfusiuu among tbe 1200 res dents = J JUnique Name M lNY PEOPLE A NNOT PRO NOUNEN4ME OF WORLD MOST F MOUS REMEDY Hyome thats the proper t way to pronounce Hyojmei the old reliable rem edy Chat has rid tens of thousands of that vileand disgusting disease Hyomei is made of pure Australian eucalyptus combined with thymol and other effective antiseptics and is guaranteed to be frjee from cocaine or other harmful drugs Hyomei is guaranteed to end the misery of catarrh asthma croup catarrh- al deafness bronchitis coughs or colds or money back Breathe it thats all no dosing the stomach including destructible Extra bot ties of OfPleteoUtfit 50 cents Haydon where Wi J atI Cunningham Duncan and Wharton hive just received 35 different styles room size rugs in Axuainster velvets and Tapestry From 10 to 3fr Cail and see them No trouble to show them Ta Skate Whilei You Eat Will Br ad way innovations ever cease Following the cab aret show ciftmes the announce ment that Long Acre Square will soon bo supporting a place where lovers of the gay life may dine with their skate on The idea comes rom Berlin They have been dining with f heir skate on in the German city for several years This skating anijl eating at once is to be done in in ce palace built of concret just back of the Astor TheMe While you are sip ping the soup the water brings the skates Between courses you will take the arm of your best girl or some other fellow s and glide oyer the icy floor There will be tables around the edge the pond on the main floor There will also be 10f two balcon It has not been decided ye the waiters willl carry on their piracy on skates or Cn foot To amuse the diners who do not dare tq skate there will be exhibition 4 fancy slmtingand 0 ballet on skates But the ice will be free tD all who have sufficient Wealth to dine in the new con rete ice palace JI bringIyourown soup New YorkTelagram i j i iINervous I ThinPale Are yodeasily tiredjlackyourI usual vigor and strength Then yQurdigestion must ire poor yjjur bloqd must be thin yur nerves must be weakjYou need a strong tonic jYou need Ayers SarsaIhole We believe your doctor will endorse these state ments Ask and find out trifiinlIconsequencjc just ask your doctor He will disabuie you of that notion in sbo order Qorrect it at Once he wil jtayt The ask him abou Ayers Pills Vmild iiv4r pill ill vegetable Uadt UIt JO ATZB Lowtll Mti iS APRIL IST M WiUljvisitSpringfield of the State I I II In conjunction with the state Department of Agricultu the L N will run a specia train over its system Jn this tate This train will arrive iu e at 3 oclock pm on Monday April 1st and will remain for tw hours so as to give the people K this county an opportunity see what is being done for tl pub lic welfare Matters of especial intertsts to every farmer ill be presented in such a mannr that all can easily undcrstan Ij It will cost you nothing see and hear ever thiig thwiJl be siid for your benItItso do not miss it Tbq ladies are esp ci invited as displays of espejjjial in terest to women will be tji cre in charge of some oftlie leading lades of the StateSThe equipment of will train cpnsist in part of the pollow jug exhibits requiring 8 cirs for the display Grain and forage cr is for Kentucky Improved farm implem itj Enlarged photographs teaqh ing lessons in agriculture Scores of agricultural arts Liye stock ofvarious iidsf Illustrations of the wor of the College Printed bulletins regarding free courses Samples of soils and fe lilizers Spraying outtit for orchard and gardens Completely equipped dry Work of insect and ungus pests and devices for eir de struction Rations suitable for arious classes of live stock Scores of fowls of all tti pes Incubators brooders a id poul try supplies Domestic science ca fully equipped Large variety of agr ultural bUlIetin This is the greatest ed cation al opportunity ever jl roUgbt within the reach of KJ ntucky farmers In the passen coach arrangements will be tide to give talks on such iin hortant subjectiasSoil Restoration of worn s Us Mixiug and applying f ailizer Crop rotations Feeding breeding a3 man agement of live stock Judging of live stock Of1livef Of1 feeding l Dairy management Diseases of liye stock urchard and small fr it management Insect and fungus filsts and their eradicaticn LISprays and spraying Truck gardening j Poultry raising andanage ment Cookery composition f foods Household equipme it and homo decoration Porno and farm sam Lion Agricultural clubs Best Stomachs in thl World I1uponl j IONA to keep them free from stom h misery always have clean stomach free from fermentation MIONA stomach table will drive lout gas sourness and atom h distress llettguarItThev will absolutely pul an end to indigestion and mako thstomach Sturdy and strong if used directed Fsr all stomach ailments nd for nervousness loss of appetite nightmare isenIsesHaydbn WiHett and druggists everj here IIrreverent YoutU day of a tewspffper printed out cst a boy some ten or twelve years t age came Into the office and wkJ a peculiar grin on his face In qUlretj If that paper pointing to cfy has an account of the man that hi s been mur dered In Delevan He was swered In the afflrmatly when de positing five cents upon tablo he I flmporIwnnt to read about h rnhioston Herald The Great Professionali Nothing intbe comedy oi 1politics i richer than Col Roose elts moving reference to him selfas belug onfonted by all pf the professional politicians in hisjuresent figbt to accept His rolel as ne pretends to see Its St George The professional playingOf course thera are still a few persons in every community who do not give Col Roosevelt ful credit fur his brilliancv as a politician But the indications are that as time passes they grow fewer ft is not necessary to deny or discuss his claims to m iorder to say that in the arena of practical politics he has up to this ttime proven himself preominent barring of course his failure to take the Republican partv by storm in New York after his return from Egypt That his present heroic effort to accept may prove his Waterloo seems not improbable but to question his title to distinction as a politi cian is to fly in the face of fact and performance Who is a pro fessional politician if not a man who has been by vocation an officeholder and office seeker and whse itch to continue to hold office is such that neither prece dent principle nor pledge can head him off when he believes he sses a chance to get another nomination Of course there are politicians ofa lower order but there is nope who is more thoroughly professional1 There has been none so confident of his skill in the game Only uniquaegotisuT could prompt a politician to stike evarj tiling upbn his ahili breakinfhisif not the Constitution Courier JOUrt aJ Petition Overruled The Court of Appeals Tuesday overruled the petition of John Boatman for a new hearing ana unless Goy McCrrary should commute his sentence he will be electrocuted at Eddyyille The day on which he will die is fixed by the Governor but as yefit Las not been set Buarman was convicted and given the death sentence in the Marion circuit courtlast fall for criminal assault un Miss Minnie Lamb a young girl living in the extreme northeastern section of the county Lebanon Enterprise Elizabethtown Chosen Elizabelhtown Ky The Fourth Gcng edsional Diftrict Republican Executive Committee nItin to elect delegates and alter natei to the National Republican Convention to be bUd in Chicago June 18 Nine out of the four teen committuemeiT were present land unanimously voed to hold the convention in this city on April 9 The committeemeh passed a resolution indorsing President Tuft CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You HaY Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of tl Notice ISpeciii Mack Hendren Springfield Ky R R3 is in position to skill fully handle all classesof horses My terms are reasonable and I guarantee satisfaction If you are interested it wijl pay you to see me Mack Hendren 011Ma011 To make room for winter layers for a 1itnited time I offer a nice lot of or pure bred S CR I Reds early hatched cockrels from 50 cents to100 Would i spare alew pullets and hens if ordered at once Aloe four tie Berkshire male pig and live Chester Whites subjectto regis IterMRS S G TUCKER R P D I1 a I WtlOLEcOukf rWiped ofty a M b in Vir gina as Sentence Was Being Pronounced Hillsville Yd March 14Atroop of mountain outlaws rode down out of he Blue Ridge today to the Carroll county courthouse here and assassinated the Judge upon the bench tia Pros ecutor before the bar and the Sheriff at the door in less time than it takes to tell it while sentence was being pronounced upon Floyd Allen one of their number riflesdiedthe human fabric of the court Dexter Goad the C erk was alive and he had been wpuuded Jurj men and onlookers vwre struck by Ibe fusilad 1 but ill e was wounded seriouslySTonight ihe outlaws with a good days start are tip n the mountain bush witha ciliZdn posse little organized makmg a semblance of a pursuit The shooting terrorized Hills puraIYbisTher order or organize a pursuit Citizens fled to places of safety and mothers gathered uo their children while the assassins rode out of town Judge Thornton L Massie ruse from his chair as the bullets struck him and lest across his desk Common wealth Attor ney William F sler with baia dozen bullets in his brain crum pled down to tile door Sheriff rewis Webb was shot and killed as he reduhed for uU revolver Built ts grazed Clerk Goad and rtpurteokilled slightly wounded were rep rted dead and by that indufitiablt method of cooimuniuilion whicL preyuils in the woodland county reports of a whoesale slaughter went out to the countryside Floyd Allen was before th bar this morning convicted- of uking a prismer frot a Deputy Sheriff Alien hud struck the Sheriff over tbe head witu tbe butt of a tilLs anJ the prisoner escaped Snerifl tbIi takeu Allen despite dire warnings of what such a venture might mean At torney Foster had p osetuteo him fearlessly and a juntaineet jury gathered from the inlano section for no nan in Carroll county casedtO sit on the trial of an Allen bad convicted him This morning bis sentence attract d alt r unusually large gabering to the quaint old red brick courthouse Which s auds on a green square well in- the center of the village Those who could not got in the smalj- room peered through the wins idows opened to the first days of spring lust as Allen was about to be twojbithe head of a troop of tvrenty mountaineers rode up to the courthouse Their hardy ponies splashed with mud lestined to a long ride through the bile The two brothers and their companions some carrying rifles and others armed with revolv rs crowded into the small courtroom and stood behind the rail and about the door Floyd Allen tall an 1 gaunt much the familiar tyfle of mountaineer was in he dock In his youth he was a fine figure of strength and even at fifty now when his reddish bruwd whiskers are turning to gray he is no weakling Judge Massie mounted the beach and Prosecutor Foster moved sentence upon Allen who stood up There was a shuffling df feet and a general movement theIin the minds of everyone of them The usual legal formalitieo over Judge Massie began pro nouncing sentence The Jast words that fell from his lips pre cipitated the tragedy VOne ycarat h rd laborr Before thellist Word was cold tilerrfnsilade began Allen with an oathi1nat he woui4 never t go to prison sprang put of the SUBSCRIPTION 31fOAJEAI r i f t v I Ikr I t Mlu 1912I 4reackyou Commissioners statesmanship 1 I IOYALBAKING POWDE aAbsolufe1y Purel MAKES HOME BAKINB fly4 I Light Biscuit c Delicious Cake I JIW Dainty Pastries f Fine Puddings t Flaky Crusts c ikThe only Baking Powder rn4epfrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar d prisonei s dock as Judge Massie collapsed Uon the bench An other roarof shots and Prosecpr tor Foster w is on the floar in ft heap Sheriff Webb was spring insr forward for his prisoner when the lead fouaci him Then holding the panicstrick n jurors and onlookers at bay the assa sins backed out of the courthouse and across tbe green 0 the troop of ponies Ina second they were galloping like mad through the aroused village and off to the hills MeW IvVithi Pain ful Accident Harry B Thornton of Brad fordsville and well known to a number of people in this city met with quite a painful accident llat Saturday afternoon He WAS Assisting some others in making a quantity of maple syrup at his home and in some matner accidently stepped into i tub oft the boiling syrup In extricating his foot he stepped nto the tub with the other foot Both were painfully burned and the physicians who were summoned worked with the young man until late in the evening before they succeeded uirrelieving him of the intense pain he suffer td He iis tow getting along i nicely though it will be sometime r before he is able to attend to his usual duties Lebanon Enierprise A Very Delicate Problem J eIlisteI bands of one of the ewe lambs of his congregation wlio was a very popular young lady and tcrfa ed quite a stir among the colored pjpulation So the parson was brought for trial and was ques tinned by the officers of the IIb byIIi j question propounded to him My brudders you have seen these great pictures I Suppose so you know dat the Great Shep here am always pictured with a lamb of BisfleJck in His arms UYe3sah parson d at am SQl admitted Deacon Jones DenBrndder Johesr what am wrong in de shepherd of his flocrf holdin a lamb in his arms This was toomuch fur brudder Jones so he proposed that the officers of the church have a call meeting that aft6rnoon AJer the point was discussed fully the following resolution was adopted ilRisolvpd Bat for the future peace ud dignity of this congregation dat the next time PAT uponiotakearms dat he pick out a iam llamb1 v i r I Cunningham Duncau and Wharton are showing their new thy hays ever shown a Mountain Her tet All the heroes of this country do not Ijarve their nimj em blazoned upon tho walls of fajme There is many a man who does a noble deed who takes its a matUr of course ossuning af virture on account of itt ThisI was oxaniplified in the case oi Mr A G Ha userj who came here several days ago from Jpon don Ky to receive Paior treatment at St Josephs sos f ITpitell Mr Hauser only lciIiftit he was bitten by a rabid IdDK while on ihe streets of his littlii5r city Thit he did a heroic ict was learned in quite a different way A wellknown AvoimanV r educator who ones lived here butfwho lsnowln chargeofftisi large school at Condon wrofe4 here the circumstances Mr Hauser saw thefrothing anintPt running own the street snapping and jgrowling He had iiraV1 Tle time tio gain a place oriiftty but he saw alittle childin the4 pith faf the brute He did DOt hesitate but rushed for thtj child which he held in iij ilosii I tion of safety but he himfaelf felt the f ngs of the ariiffliliii a his arm and hand In diuMoi- ng the story Mri Htuseriird Of course I wanted t6 savStbe- cfiild Couldnt you11 Mrl t Hauser iis one among the la4t oft J the coloclists who came trciftAi4 llte 0 land in the mountains of KenV i tnftkyv The scheme was Diii nre but u number of the iiinniii grants remained and samt gopdAm rictns Bowling a rH n Messenger V 1 t ASiigularAccii W trl ii o Willie out walking over his fathers farm the fifteenVea ole 8Qn f Mr Steel Neal who lives near WatorvieVr CumWrptland county picked Upi fiM4mitecap Hedid not kno what it was took If tq the hoaaf t dtt began picking at it witl bi k nife When he had unco er d1a white substance on the it side tbedy lIamitejrj he alr 4kfa mitch Bind stuck toIt fcbffijfc ins ntlv xptof1 blowinto1 fingyrd and a thumb off a pjcJi of tne cap also lodged iif the 1loer part of his eye and itIs4 thoughtj destroyed the Ight gehoffwIhIfa4lifeGlasowi IiTobacco Seedlfa i Pure Whit Burkyj To Utcb ScI to W tr iatIiiyJ TdndytIRi tilths Tobacc WfrIfF ho4I1e 4 r Syray Yowf t hav on hand akkrg3mr ij 1 9o Spryj vIM frut- rsa j antlJ IM l b4 onna aIUr which attack trail A1pt oirIritaaare 1a A jfy von for four tsotsbMV IA C KIMBALL s i 1 7 w wyy t V W F I t fifNfWSJfliI t SFIIIMGPiEJLD KY lcf r i i PIfPIlcIIYTRUIISDAY- N4 1i s lIEI jospuou4 Uteri ad PttbJIshcre V t Witk UM Irt approach oIf r pdEi at UH first note from a IOfbk7the tobacco growers gIbiiis7Jora new crop and clouds 0fM dkt caa now be seen curlingy up frog every hollow The un precdiiiti d high prices for last Years crop has set everybody wild And many are expressing fars that there will be an over ped etioB of the crop and that eLTtar this would surely be the ACAJM f every acre planned grew lr crop dues not admit ofr jietibt bat we recall that we havee lKIL the like before and tbat ipbii1r8 which it was seen Vefart the summer was over ittih crop was light There JniBlatiy things which often iM pea to reduce the crop by L 4ialHns so that it does iot prpfit any of tfs to meet treble before it comes an d whksh probably will not come at deJPdaiftajEmnbers of feet of tobacco bWiIIOWDand acrespf tcbiccd growers of this cOJnty- as that large yields are not as a rule the best yields and thdfc J gotbaaiin hand the maximum of qMlHtity often being the mini i of quality and the maximun- r of Duality being the minimum ini qwktity this being the experi ce of groweis demoostrut tiiat Washington countys repu- tatioa a4 a tobacco produping cout1wbich is first in the qStatehas been made by the average crops well liar EpTcrops no habdled in sp careu1 a assnir In the Commoner of March 15tb is a warning toDemocrkts J entitled Put Done but the faith 7 f lon gaard The artjcle urges that the people in sending delegates send none who hive nct I progressive ileasThls is vbry gi8od advice in itself and nlmy bt vtaken freely by men of bottparties but in these times is T wen for the people to ii atopanioo wd r what Literally it means progress pot in the preaent time when b9th partiesl are seemiugly vieJng with in attempts tot ipt ChotJri not only silly but is well for tjht people to ask wh tlsprogrljn the new acceptatioii of the term At the present time when poll tidabs are advocating mob rule for law and courts by such doc trines as the recall of judicial decisions and recall of judges the rqaet tioa ariseeWhat do you mean eJ byprogresa We think the better j rule would oe to say We want coa ervaUve men and when we haje selected such men as deli gates who cap discriminate bet tween what is progress and what is not the country will be safe 3 VaHill r Mrs S P Derringer and chill dren of Springfield were the guests othenparents here Friday Mrs Palmer joatley spent few days lust week with lifer slater Mrs Wast Tucker cekt town c MrandMrs TO Harmci spent Thursday and Friday wiLl relative at Fen wick MIa Ruby ONeal who h- isten very ill with measles able to be out again Mr Pete Sheban was in tbifci section one day last week Mr Harry Derringer and wife were the guests of Turner Derringer and family of Springfield Saturday und Sunday Mr Gilbert Donahoe who ha bvery ill at his home is iin proving at this writing Mis Beesie Settle spent Sun Sday and Monday with MIss Pearl Goatay Several from here attended c ihetSHswl sale Saturday Mr Jack Reed and Miss Grace Sbeban passed through Saaflay afternoon- zMrPilmerGoatle spentanc M11latt week with Clyde Goat wU kMr Bay Pile yipitei relative Ii tbieHctiun Saturday anc f liJ 4r5pI 02lr aKM KM S Fruit and Spade Trees Strawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus Rhubarb Roses Peonies and Phlox I EyerjtUngForOrcliard Lair J and Garden Free Catalog No Agents H K flillenmeyeti Sons Lexington Ky Fenwicknv i Mr and Mrs R E Sbewmak rwere in Mackviile Saturday afternoou Miss Yernif Rogers has retUrn ed home frbtn Louisyille after an extended visit Mr and Mrs Will Barker andI family and Mrs Relda Barker spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs1 Lon Barker Rev Father Gab lined hlsI regular appointment here Sun day NatleyaiIdIIfo fa samilySunday Mr and Mrs Gola Shewmaker iMr andMrs Jim Sutton wti family Mrand Mrs John gut ton dined at the hrme of Mr and Mrsj Allen Sutton Misses Lillie qdSa1lie Fowler Mr and Mrs Huston Mdntgon ery attended the funeral of thei rthn epilewmMr and Mrs John Sweeney werethe guests of Mi and Mrs WUlna bourne Sunday Mr and Mrs R B Graves and family was the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Grayes ai M ckviJle Sunday Misses Verna Rogers and An KelleyMrHoward Abell dined at the home of Mr and Mrs J M jan s Sunday Miss Leona Graves spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Clarence Graves Mr and Mrs Albert Masters and children spent Tuesday night with the later s parents Mr and Mrs John Dtnuis Mr Jim Walker was the guest 0fMrand Mrs Will Sweeney the later part of the week Mr R E Shewmaker purchased from Lawrence Walker aj abMessrs Ben and Len Spalding were the guest of their sister Mrs Prudie Janes Monday niihl The m sicgiyen by Mr and tMrs B Graves Wednesday night was well attended All reported a nice time Mr and Mrs Walter Adams c f Ray wick visited friends and trejatives of l the week Mrs J R McAllister was he Saturday on business Pleasant Grove Mrs B L Litsey is on the sick list Mr Mike Fitzgerald and wiref ofr Springfield spent Sunda with his sister Mrs Mat tie 10Dragoo UMBruce the of Miss1 ESMiss Naqnie Thompson Iis spending sevtral weeks with her D sister Mrs Bessie Thompson at pringLieIdMj Mr Eddie Leachman has gone to Greusburgto make his fu ture home Spriild1 the Some of her father Miss Sallie Gregory is visiting bhiee L Ewing at Louisville Mrs W P Merritt has re4 turrted from a visit with rela tive at Louisville Mjr J S Leaqhman and guhspent Sunday wilt his mother Mrs Wilson rHal1ie Hickerson wife are visiting Mr Sand qbarJes Marksberry- Mr audI and Mrs J S spett Monday with Mr and EdRoss near Springfield Mr Fred VanArsdale wifej spent Sunday with Mr Mrs LN Reed Mrs A L Litsey is ClaybrookeI daughter Mrs James eai Texas Mster Stanley Thompson and Heaty Merritt spent Sunday with J S and Robert Yankey ICity Ordinance t asI CityIorf 4ollojws Section 1Tbat a tax of sev eDtrfive cents on each One Hunired Dollars of property and in the city of Spring franthineo assessed for taxation year 1912 be ard them is Hereby levied and wuich s hall be for ihe following pur posdsTvirentv Cents for Streets and Improvements Tentyvo for water Tentythree cents for Lights Tea Cents for general pur poses Section 2Tbat i there be and er j is bereby levied upon each ali inhabitant of the City of Springfield Ky over the age of t en tyone years One Dollar and Fifty Cents poll tax for the year 1912 for General purposes- J 0 McEiroy Mayor A tte tF B Noe Qlerk Hillsbpro t As I have been absedt from this column for several weeks J will ry and be tbere tVis week Mn Sabe Colter and family spent Saturday night witu the fami y of Mr John Crow Mrs Folley4 Griffey and two children spent Saturday and S unday with her mother4 Mrs Mar E Shields Mr Pete Tong aud wife spent Sunday with Mr John Crow and ffamijy u M4+ E astus Perkins and family 8Pnt last Tuesday and Wed iisday with Mr John Arm trong Messrs Milton Keen g and Walter Hanby spent Monday nigblr with Mr Clerance Der ringer Mr Tom Baily spent Sunday with his rather who is very low- Mr H greenwood will prop with Mr Samuel Colter this sea soni Mis s Myrtle Armstrong spent la Wednesday afternoo whir- rsM Charley Hellard MiJ Claude Hardin spent one night with his sister Mrs Frank Yancy Mr Walter Hanby spent Sun with Mr John Armstrong Mis Myrtle Armstiong spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Frank Yancy A surprise birthdaydinner was given to Mr Eiisba Keeling on Sunda March 3 1912 he was U1 years of age Thoe present were Mr JohnPerkins and wife SabeCJolwr and family Eooch Masters and familyv Mr Omor Perkins Mittie Keeling Mr J Keeling Richard Perkins Era tus Perkins and family arthfl Snider and daughter OphiejTerrcll All repotted an enjoyanle time They all wisbj him many more happy birthdays like that Many Have TrieS No man baa ever gained distinction ecaus fot the oXcellencxs of bIs Jew iry 4 I 1 I 11II II- 1111- I I Will Fu nish Bugs and I lay You CASH It 11McCl r Mayes I f I r LIu1 ttt r I i lt I Ij TOBACCOc FERTILIZER I It II f fJust received a fresh carload of m mM 1 I i X Fertilizer be sure and Use itbn your p1 Clthiti i H beds as in Insures11otsofp1antsrl v t1 I I 1i McCLURE 1 I 1 MAYES I 1 il if i t II- n FasMorfs stli i I Ii I Broadcloth jcoitumo Reception gown of black trimmed wkh fur vclva wfth ermlno J Dark Tallorei Suits The tailor sultllfIthout doubt the necessity of the monent and al beleen1ndarkcolor generally relletthe somber ef fect which they givl while It lies with tho milliner t4 add the crown Ing of brightness 4ci chic to the toiletteIiThe tIn striped velveteens are frequently to be seen In tailor cpstumea but velveteen may be considered rather an expensive mierlal for coats and skirts as it rulii so easily thatIIt soon assumes a woebegone appear haulsoveteen For the wj man who has 011thIsher wardrobe althou h the fact that cheap readymade tats and sklrta are to be obtained in this material will rather prevent It comlng adopted by those In Queatl f uowltyIStone Kills Prlri Cockerel Washington Chan plon a prize winning Golden Wya otto cockerels dead from eating u diamond A brilliant stone In a r lig on Its ownI eckIedchloroform caused the birds d- eathiiig5ny I yo i know j17 that you are ti get ing the i iiair on prepa z ration that ha stood th tst for Vl over thirty nv years anal still re mains the Sndard tonicfoodm dicine used and reco mended 1by the medic profes the worlover Ision Scot S Emul on is the ernbo nt of elements that nice for good healndstrengthIAU DRTJbGi 1123 fiACAP4 jjfh This Durbar cap Is cqpled from the ones worn by the Indian princes It is of dull red velvet Interlaced with jeweled gold ribbon and has a gold 091nr091 thoItaliansTripoli forts spiked If that Is meant erally they must have been guns mainly antiquarian interest Utjj The expression spiking guns a survival from the day when alt was necessary to put a gun out or youhadt simplydrove attheenough to turn round at the end on tilebetterIt just as simple erhaps Llm aCjtlODheld closed by screw threads after the breech block is shut on the shell n turn of two or three Inches engages the threads By knocking a burr on these threads you prevent theta on gaging Any attempt to lire tile gun pertectIycfoscdwould terlal assistance to the ennniv aJp PUBLIl LETTING OF WORK ON TURNPIKES The Fiscal Court of Washington County Kentucky will on APRIL 2 19J2I 1i M t f 8t vhvv rr = At the Court House lj Sprrngfield Ky receive sealed bIds foi working and keping J r repair alhthe Turnpike loads In Washington County for the Y ar 1912t Bids must be made by the Section as hereinafter set out and all metal must be pub upon auth p1ace and in such- uantities as may be designated ty he goad Supervisor orOverseer and aU bids for tone orGravel m4strbe made Iby thr and aU stone used must be bro en so as to pass through a twoJnch letal rinKo and all stones must lie neithI after it is broken and before it is put orj the road Thp price per inch m ist include cost of gravd and 0 to and break inj and placing oh the road ready for public travel and all Contra tsmusf1coIJP1e before Nov I JJ2 AUI contractors must giveTionji Wi h good security within Ten 1a3s after tj e contract awarded lotherWis ie i jntract be void Bidders may bid on as many sections as they may desire but no bi will be accepted forjai part f sec don and the court reserves the right to reject any bid maae but alcoritract8 awan ed will be awarded to the low trmd best bidder Nomoney will be due pof will any be paid on any contract until cal of the work embraced in contract s completed The following is a description of the sections on which Bids will be aake fr i Seo I5 niles from Chaplin Kker to Polin See 24miles From Polrp to dirt road near Rock Bridge Sec 344 miles From Mt Zion jnd Mooresville pike Sec 4 6 miles Ifrom Bridge near Maud to Lincpln Run pike4 iSec 5 3 l41tn miles From Bloom fieldpike to Valley Hill pike Sec 6S miles From Chaplin pike to Brush Grove t Sec T2i mile From Brush Grbvo to Black Johnsons Store Sec 81 miles From Polin to S G ISeL2lj iSeeSchool House to Black Johnsons See 112 mites From Long Lick Bridge to Junction near Toll House ij Secs12Y miles FR mi WiIl burg to Glens Creek Bridge Sec la imlTcs FromMute Ohk to Dukinsville Road Sec 14I mile From Morgan Bros Store to Sulphur Creek ISec 2fmilesr From Joe Dunns- to Chaplin River Sec 162 miles From Chaplin River to Wm Ingram Sec 17U mile Frem Gordons Ford to Prathers Scales Sec 192 12 miles From Cross Roade to Glens Creek Sec 2OSmiles From Roddicks Lane to T J Millers Gate Sec 213miles FromTJ Millers Gate to Magisterial District LineiSee 2244 miles From Magisterial District Line to Mercer County Line Sec 233 miles From Sniders Scales to Morgans Stpre Sec 243 miles From Sniders Scales to Beaver Creek j Sec 2534 miles From Black Johnsons to Fox Creek Pike Sec 273i mites From Yocums Branch to Mackviile Sec 272 miles Fr6m Wilbur Petiers to John FostersI =Russian Parents Make Moving riciwro Drama Real Living Actress Appears on Stage audience at a picture show with a real live romance While a scene In a play clneJIlatoj and her husband slicutlngMy daughter tried ta force his rzty behjind the stage expecting ttp find his dauglf ter there To convince him that his daughter was not there the manager had the curtain drawn up Then ringing up tho firm from whom he got the film the manager was Informed that the pctress was there and would set out for the theater at once To delight of the audience the young 1lhO appeared on the stage MOI at All Entertained Prisoner are you guilty or not guiltySI cant answer that Question1 plied the man accused ot fluffy finance There were so many counts la the Indictment and its literary stylo was so Involved that I couldnt stay awake i Sec 2t2 miles From Tick Creek Bridge to Texas and Mackviile Pk See 292 14 mils From Lige Walkers to Mackviile Pike Sec 3O33 5 miles Front MackVille tp Eli Salmons J Set 8l1j45nilos Frorn Macky5Uei to Mercer Count Line t See 3233 miles From Mackyille to Perry Bakers Gate r Sect 333 j miles Frain Mackyiire tb illisburg Pike fe Lem CniyiS ISec 3412 mile From Lem Garys to CU elI r See = miles From CardweQ tBethel Church toj iISec 3O4miles frbiriMercerCoun ty tiineto ioc CreelPike Sec 373 34 miles prom Glens Creek Ford to Mercer County Line Sec 381 12 miles From Gfens Creek io WhiteOak v See 39rS 12 miles From Spring field lo Pleasaht R n 8 c402 12 mil s From Pleasant Run to Or Hatchctts Sec 41rl 12 miles From Jacob Co canbughers barn to bridge on Gravel Switch pike j Sec 423 12 miles Prom bridge on Gravel Switch pike to Boyle countytline Sec 43134 miles FromlPerryville Pike to Marion county line I Sec 4tl mile From Eli Salmons to Mercer County Line Sec 4rI miles From Mackvile and Springfield Pike to PerIYvill pike Sec 43 12 miles From Pleasant Run Bridge to Marion County Line- Sec 474 mires From Perryville pike to LlgeWalkerGate 484 12 miles From Spring ISee Harrison Nalleys 49 4 12 miles From Harrison Nalleys to Dan RogenABranch Sec O5 miles From Sprinjjfield to Kelleys Shop Sec il3 unites From Kelleys Shop to Long Lick Bridge Sejr 521 12 miles From Willisbiirg and Springfield Pikes to Beechland e l31I 34 mileVrftin chland Wal1sLe ecr 54 1 S4 miles B n Stigalls Le to Bridge East pfpd eed1 Sec 00112 milFroth Bridge Eat of DoRedsthBloomfield Plft- eSec56i 1 miles From SalesFora Bridge to SGi11ardqstXWestLine vsiS- fec 57 3 miles FrpriA Lincoln Itih I Pjk to Barber Clarkson SJec 633 jrniles From Springfield to Barber CIdrksons f Sc 62Q miles F b1 Junctl9g fBpnngfield And BardS W ike3 to Tucker Bridge + seC 60rB miles Fr6mfeechland tad Unbolri lun pike Sd1esFordirid ge v Sfec 814 12 miles Plrom Spring fiell tMarion County Line SSec M4 mlles ronl Springfield andJEeUSnori pike near RjC Mcelroy InInCelyill miles Lebanon From pike Loretpca r to Mariorj ConntjrlJn e Sjec 641i miles Frqm Bardstown Pikej to Wash Cecils Barn Y Sbc 6412miIes From Cecils Bob1M 1Ilc1tires to Hardin CaeeTrW ISft 654 nSes FrpmiLxretti Pike to Beach FOfKJ iite 6ao miles From Freddrrckai town to Bob Jlclntires S C673 mlf l Fron Bardstown Pik to pear Wallow s Sisc 681 12 miles iFrpm Fjredejfs t ick town to Croakes tatipn Sec 694 miles Ewm Bbrdstowa Pike ta Valley Hillsiv S e 704 j2 milea Prom Spring field to Cartwjighta Creek atwrighCsCreeK Sc723 J2 miles From Tickf Cre k to Springfield and ifackviUe PJkeV Sdc 735 miles From Springfield ajidiWillisburg Pike to Wilbur Peters Stc 74mi1es From Olher- Sanders GMercer County Line i r C N WILLBTT Supervisor rI I clnemntogtnphfilm Horse and Jack Bills Printed at this office c r II f t i T rri G1T BURTON J9I1NTDENTIT I to 4 rEETH EXTRACTED i NftHOUT PAIN Cl fti Bbckup8tara 1 SPRINGFIELD KY til Dental Wrk Strictly VV c Firstclass r I N tjR j o- iii iJfutDf IPbYb and4 Surgeon j v Office hours 8 to 9 a mtl 1 to 2 pmT Olfices over Haydons Drugstor It 11I Lampton M D o Office in Ooera Hwse r 01OniceThOBt L Residence No 30 t JW FGRIGSBY 4 gi bREY AT LAW I tOcoYerLeOpI5 Batik SPRINGFIELD KY DMW HYATT JDfficp qver Rfid Cross UruK Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 4m to 12 m 4 t05 pm I iJON Y MAYESF- UlEllllL uiHpRj l AKDlLICENSEDD EMBALMER TELEPHONEJ4 T4t I SFRIKSFIELD KII DR W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL i bENTISTCDlpflice over Haydon Barber VPental work a reasonable prices 11 work guaranteed SPRflGVIEtLr RailroadlSchedule Foiloin1sthe time s hEdulel now in effect on the Bardstowt and Springfield branch railroad tgMo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430p m Bardstown Junction p 522 pm BArdstown6C6p I arrives at Springfield 655 p J No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a mf Bardstown 645 a m- Bardbtdwn Junction 780 a m arives at tiouisville 820 a in 164S Leaves Louisville a 720 a rn Bardstown Junction 855 a m 1ardstown1O05 ajpo arrives SpringUeld 1140 p DiI V f No744rLeavfcS Springtield ai vf HJ00PBid Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 p m arriyesat Louisville 545 p n 41 r t 1 MOLESOJ COATS TN FAVOR If Anything They Have Advanced In Popularity Since the Begjnnlng of the Season Long coats of moleskin are a fadof the moment and judging from the number teen Ihey will continue In po ularlty throughout the season VThey are lovely In color and texture The pelts are supple enough for jJ4graceful 1andllngtb tthe fur is not so practical as tho tougher furs nor has It the permanent value of the mpre expensive furs Coats showing two furs in combina don are also fashionable Hudson of French seal and moleskin in combina- tIon are popular and more effective Jthan one would lmaglnegghe color jug is somber but rich frstralgiit scarfs and huge muffs m i of these two tura are very lovely while mole Ikln combined with ermlne in long coats In beautiful the soft gray and whIte making a most charmlngeffect Cloth coats trimmed with moleskin are very much more to be desired than those trimmed with a cheaper fur These fur trimmed models are made in all degrees of richness and can be had at prices that suit the purse of any one buying a handsome ft coat Hats motor bonnets and gowns are trimmed with the soft fur which blendsftwell with almost any color that may be selected Her Personall Plate A youngglrrwhd a great many valuable small belongings and never 4loses any orslkiem says Chat It Is markingIeverything distjnctly vlh her full name and town and country address For her parasols and umbrellas she has a set of small silver plates of oo f long shape and with screw equipped ends which ate readily detached frraj a handle and put upon another one Her golf sticks tennis racquetsl hand luggage and the valuable collarsfwhlcu her dogs wear are marked In the sate manner and on all of her toilet articles khe as plate markings which f cUwbt b4 obliterated or easily wrenched oil Tie first cost of these plates was il tYertgreat although all are or accuJDuJalOt mifwd from her allowance i TOWN 1ro V ww Local r Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest All About Yourself FrIend and AcquaintancesIf f I iII I1Foa SALE200 Asphalt Ready SquaresOfJ Priceij FOR JSAfcE BlackSeed Oats jpX p1 s Barber 1 Fofi RENON15 acres of ground Apply to Mrs Laura Vest FOR SALE3 nice Duroc gilts witi pig A B Walker j FOR SALE One yearling mare njule colt and one yearhngfilly Edgar Linten jWecan save You 25 per cet t on your Easter suit and low cut shoes S Campbell Co Tb Jbest values in tobacco canvass at Cunningham Duncan and Wharton QFoR SALE One good family are and one good work horse Harry Derringer jOur straw bat Imp wil be full by Aprillst S E Campbell Co Averyattractive line separate skirts justt in oftew Williams IStrayed ijeacEtenwick pounds S E Shewmaker Yeomens tailored suits andI CunningbawDu Ournew millinery is here and ready for you Come in and see us Mrs Williams Callfor spoon pencils pins a Campbel1jCo jUEyon havent bought your seed oals see ours before you bbyI B D LAIE Co FOR SALEGood cedar pots Apply to Jos A RYAN Springfield EyR R5 Indian Runner Duck Eggs 1 p t setting of 12 pure white egg strain Miss LidaGrundy FOR LE1opair 2year old ra are jnules Will sel iip1 pairs if t ken btonce- V1 Goddard Grundy Wanted to farm sell or trade for other tock 1 Bkck Jack 15 bands high by Old Clark J F KEENE R b D 5J New carpets mattings linole ribs oil cloth lace curtains and window shades at Cunningham Duncan and Wharton Dont forget we handle the t vb 8est line of corsets In town teC B and Kabb new spring styles are here Mrs Williams 500 pair ladies misses jtnd fcjoys shoes that we are making special price on S E Campbell Co FOR SALE 10 pair coming 31year old mules good ones any lWind of team you want 0 L Brady YFoR SALEBaled Orchard Grass hay RW CLEMENTS CunningbamDuucau Whtr- onbave just opened up a must attractive line of wall paper in all the new combinations Monday while in town iff you reed a spring tjuifc shoes or hat don tidii to get prices at fl aCampbell Co S Q Buff Orpington cockrels- ind hens 100 each S 1 Or pington and S C Brown Leg 1irorn eggs 100 lor 15 Wild lMakrd duck eggs 100 for 15 Mnst B L LITSEY When you needcoator lumber feeeibe BIG FOUR Old Kent Pegi ONS iF6n SALE A team of coming jfour year uld mules welt broke jwill work anyiwhere f Spalding Clements il ilIm one door below Curry a grocery with a nice line of spring suits shirts etc SE Campbell Co TOPICS M FOR S4EA good farm mare and an eary mule poll Mare J has been r bred Will sell worth the money P R Barber FOR SAtE TwpPoland China boars larg enough for service A1so one 20 egg incnbator good as new George LearI FdRSAiEAbay Stallion 161 hands high Will sell or trade HamphreyI Ky Monday was quarterly courtj presidediti t and nonein which there was a contest Tne ladie of the Presbyterian church wil have their anruall Easter sale of cakes dressed hens and hims etc April 6 at courthouse LosA gold watch between Zjradfordsy lie and flardins Chapel Si nday March 15th the Lberal rIe will Springfield Ray be Logsdon paid forI FOR SALE Having moved to tcwn I will sail my Incubator and Also 1 ex t nsibroodejcbe table H Leachman jILos T Between T P o and the Graded rYhmsftoble Finder willI offite and re ceive reward Hon wD Olaybrooke has received from his brother John 1 Claybrocke news of he death Of hiswif mother Mrs Hunter at Washington Ky siAblackjaCkwitlIwhitepoint an11hiSold Black Hawk IG W Fenwick Springfield Kyr i 4 LOST L rge pointer dog on streets Wednesday Maich 13th IIsidesII white Literal reward for his IjhisIj T E Hardesty The sale fR F and Marga ref Parrott on last rt1ursd y was well attended and bidding spirit ed Mules sold from 75 to 225 Cattle brought from 30 to 05 Twenty hares Springfield Wter Electric Light stock of twenty tue dollars each sold for 1355 and every thing else sold well JIStigalltended by ilarfie crowd House hold and Kitchen furniture sold wiell Theslile included only personalty but the land will be sold at putlic auction sometime during tbo coining summer or early fall The tobacco crop of JT K Walls was sold on the market at klatwas a beautiful cherry red inI color well graded and handled The crop of F W Gray was sold last week at an average of 311 cents lrGrdVd c p had splet did color adus well gradedci The Royal Slave Thoe who attended hep formance of the Royal ave t Ethenight were fortunate Ii is tirig one of the very bestsb s Ihtt has ever been shownini iis city Many who were present tad seen I hereiSix years ago and went see it again because they kciw that they would be entertInedtakrighpand they taken for the RoyaljSJari is such Ia play that improves wiifi every time one hears it It kes no great play for the actors to be frequently interrupted B laughter but it takes a truly great play to cause ioterrup1 ons by applause of the audi ce and that is whatt took jili e at the Opera House when tRovaJSiayewas being played ReedJeffries r Mr Robert Jeffries id Miss j arriediny Jeffries is a son of Mr Uharley Jeffrie and is an industrious farmer He is a jovial good fel low liked by everyb idy while thebride who is a daugbter of Mr J R Reed is a handsome and accomplished young lad v popular with a large icrcle of friends They will maliB their home it Lilsey Wheatleyl Mr Carl W heat ley the home f his father last Sunday aftfr dlldllatl ssof- many months or He was a son cff Mr Mrs Charles Wheatley and iUls a very yearsIl redricIC1town St Rose cemetery 1I Osbourne Miss Ella Osbourne died at her horns near St Rose ant Fri day after an illness c several SheJwas born in WashingtoOounty- Kentuck on the 20ttfdav of May 186rand was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Hilary C bourne Burial was at St Ros Monday and a largo number of jr mnriy fneuds were in attlnda ietopay emorY1lIi8telligent girl loved byjfcl who knew lher She wasI woman who possessed great flaleot in music and was gife with a dinIher manner to all and fa very worthy and admirabli young woman Notice inI sIagainst the estate of Ri or Margaret Parrolt arIIIied to present the same roperly adIministrators W C McCbord at his office in Spring 1u Ky on or before May 1st 12jJohn and BenFimms Admjiin Ktrators Notice busiinessnotice that town licen s will be due April 1st HH2a unless paiJ penalty will ne a ded and warrant will issde C on the thei+ = fh IWOqLIt l 1 1 i I I Bring US YOUR WOOL II- Vei can pay you the highest market price for iiit We furnish you with sacks and twine for tjj ing 1jePhne or Call and See Me- f f and we will quote you our prices It will pay to see I me before you sell ouJJ I I SL4H Grinstead INCORPORATED 4 Co j r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1 1wboL WOIIi L 1 I GREAT HOG SALE j1 Held at the Farm of E S Mayes Jr on Last l Friday rf Irhe Duroc Jersey Hog sale the sale pavilion of Mr E S Mayes on last Friday was well attended both by local men and by leading Duroc Men from this and other States The weather was inclement but this has no terrors for Mr Mayes or for buys who have ever seen his premises because they know that rain or shine it js all the same as all stock are sold under shelter whichis ample Ib accom MrjMayesin the Stile and the prices paid for his hogs as shown below is sufficient to show the merits of his herd Just as the sale opened MrI Charles Wheeler the auctioneer made the statement tint he Iud some very good news to announce to the hog men of Washington county tha Mr Mayes had pur chased the great boar Defen der This boar has for some years been regarded as the greatest Duroc Boar in the World having won first prizs in the the great Duroc Ho r Shows East Bros of Lima Ohio have had him atthe head of their herd for the last few years The price is private but we Ere infprmed that it is a long one Mr Mayes has never been content to take a second rank as a Duroc Hctg breeder but has sought a first place from the start and has achievad it being recognized as ode of the foremost breeders of Durocs in the country Now that we have the Great Defender in our county it place us first in rankJtBelow we publish a list of the hogs sold together with the name of the purinaser and the price paid No1 I H Thurman 84- 52J f Barber 20 Tojp Duncan 20 A J O Duncan Lebanon 38 5 J O Duncan 22 0i Sam Montgomery 820 7 J W Gillock Nashville rennS50 8 j T Gentry 20 GNat Thompson 28 10 J 0 Duncany Lebanon 41 11 East Bros Lira i Ohio 100 12 0 Duncan Lebanon 5li 13 W H Leachm n 22 14 TK Smi h 23 15 H B Go drlige 24 16 4J W GillocJr Nashville TeuniIJ T D Tapp 25 18 East Bros Lima Ohio 10a 19 Est Bros 175 20 JJ R Barber 21 21 Morrie Durrett 21 22 East Bros Lima Ohio 00 23 E ist Bros Lima Ohio 100 25 I CI Brown Danville 30 20VG L Wharcon 9 27 J A Hamilton glti 28 J R Barber 20 29 Morrie Dnnfeit 19 30 East Bros Lima Ohio 150 31 Morrie Durrett22 32 JoIn W Sweeney IJow- ellKy7 33 J R Barber 26 34 T K Smith 25I 35 Sam Montgomery 21 30 Robert Thoinpsoi tn5 37 3 A Hamilton 20 38 Dee Rfley 15 39 JH Hardin1J 40 G W McKniglH Ho well Ky100 41 T D Tapp 40 t 42 Sam Montgomery 12 48 JW Gilloct Nishvjp Tend f40 44 J 0 Duncan Lebanon 14 40 Joe Pettus 17 47 J 0 Duncan 20 48 J W Gillock 20 49 J W Gillock 14 fqrJ W Gillock 2O 51 J R rber17 52 T D Tapp 19 53 CTLogsdonl6 55kR Barber 17 7 56 0 Logsdon 20 57 Mc Kee Bros 40 The KenWyy Unrsery Co Incorporated Landscape Work Our Specialty Shade Ornamental and Emit Trees Shrubs Hedge and Flowers Nursery located on Bardstown R6ad near Louisvilltf t Write for catalog Son Adolph flertleii Local Represedtative a r t i till ii jrRoyal lowfer J orSet 1r The best one4 on the Market I Satisfaction Guaranteed V LI Models to Suit any figured I PRICES 1 TO S5 X i j Sold exclusively by us IIIIJUST RECEIVED NEWEST STYLES I I Special Sale This JVeefc- Of J II I Carpets Rugs Mattings Wall Paperindow Shadei IlliJcei Curtains1 Draperies Curtain Poles f i 1t EXTRA SSPECIALS I Friday and Saturday IIFor Cotton fcr 7 12 cents Sheetin J II 22 12 Ginghairis 5c 5 tl IICaliosPinsU 4 2 Turkish Bath Soap 4 V Handkerchiefs per doz 25 IIchool I LIiTI P I TED 1 S i I II1II tEFSCNAt = a Hon John A Polin represen tntive has returned from Frank fort MseZ hna Mcllvoy Naomi Rogers Louise BLrber Rpgna OBricn Lizzie Waters Emnvi Nunan Pearl Cla brooke FranI cis Mar in Fettle Rulld Evelyn Royalty Mrs Ceo Colvin Mrs C D Robertson Mrs M L Durrett Mrs A R Shulu and Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt at tendedt the Southern Marlowe production of Shakespeare last week Mr John T Craycroft has returned from Cincinnati Ohio I Hoii W C McOhord was in Greeusbur tbe first of the week Judge I H Thurman is hold rng Curt in Greensburg this HekI Miss Louise Ryan has returned home after a delightful wait to her sister Mrs Will C Thorap tjit of Lcuisvile Mr H M5 Grundy and Misst Kate Mayes are in Cincinnati this week Mr and Mrs WKJRobertson are in Cincinnati this week Mrsi Margaret Norman lhas re turned from a visit tuber sitter MraA M Hayesat IouisyilJeI Mrs Fanny Bland turned frcrn lodianapolis IodI Master VanArsdale Noe re turned lust Thursday fromI Frankfort where he was as a page during the sesSIon of the Legislature just closed Mrs Kate Williams and son have just returned from Louisville 9 Mrs H M ONan aod daugh tar Eunice Wero in Louisville last week Mr Adolph Hertiein of Lou isville spent Saturday and Sun day here Mr and Mrs M Fitzgerald spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Decatur Dragoo Miss Bessie Cokehdolpher be gan teaching school at MC Zion Monday WANTED 100000 pounds of Wool at 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Sunday Mary Milton Settie4 slumph yisitedMraU M IshamSaoday Several frprajiere attended the Parrotts le Thursdayr Ttfillie aud Medford Milton spent Monday and Tuesday with = s IR T Milton and arnily aL Simm s 4G wICocaooJ be and Mar 1 cus Lawrjencoj ware in Our yiliige Saturdayafternpdir jj Ve are sorry to repprtM rlR M Andejrson is no better ill UWt writing r i La t Wednesday the r8th ilg Mjss Stlumphs 22d bir f i ithere wej6 several from hi w rpW l gfrvjwOJWwuvnui UUMiBMPtr j 1+ Jmanyj f 0 tIll Milton wife aoCcli titf f ter vi9ited Mr and MritJilitfis Matherly Sunday ners iat fPortj hh sold twoho 1sto O M1ltn for1O lo1 1 k 9wtop E Milton 7J JJ Ij E AjldersOlfwL linfi lfn i h S1ttlrcJayftt F r- v 7 r 1 7S i4 Its positively squalldl cried Bet Ity with a llttte stamp of her toot lijJ War gkaoMt about with dull eyes thiBVj i wfc t ye want done and well do it V be Mtt as a 4e a hasty retreat td fah his ee- I Btty rttarnd to the porch and cIW Mfttlic fcemtf cm the top step with or it hr tWw o her knees and her chin TJ ni I mk ta tk palsM of her hands gazed alwtk h c ls raMy aoagh She wasI m tJwn wfea kit aa pour later qwtkr NertiMi faUop d up the drive trim UM Ufkroai Catching sight of h ir St tIM porea he sprang from the TaM sad throwing his rejna toiL b jj by fcvrfSffl to her aide IsnpuHag year domain Betty W ai4 as fee took lat place near 1t ir MI tt Melt 1 Why aunt you tell De Charley or M least K9r m for thlsr she asfctc ateMt tearfully iiew iraa I to know Betty f kit b kern sine you went Ldrwt raa there to bring air 044 Tot would make a coW yaetare fit of the Garden of Eden prMOfet ka beautiful practical 1serdMso1k1sKtttoB syeat the day at Belle Plain I aa4 themk fee was there on his good befcavter aa the result of an agree teat they had reached on board Tile Natal he proposed twice ficil Team watf mistaken la his supposl tleft that Betty would soon Ure of i BeHe Pitta 8e demanded men andt j teams Lid began on the lawns This iaireate4 and fascinated her She 7 Iwas cut at auanp to direct her labor f an ieve had the aajrantage of Charlejj Nertems yreseace aad advice for theI greater part of each day la the week aad Baadays he came to look avet what Mot beea accomplished and as C Tea irmly beHeved to put that 1UU toM up to freak nonsense He could j kara WU4 wEt J As ike grouaas took shape before ker aalickted eyes Betty found lelsf ara to laatltute a borough reform ttoa ladoors Jfnumber of house servr sate were rescued from the quarters I ui eke began to Instruct them te tkeir aew duties Bettys apkere of Influence exten W itself Bke soon began to hav t her ioakts coacernlng the treatment aceorled the slaves and was not long Ja atoeoverlag that Hicks the over sea raa things with a heavy hand eMttecs reached a crisis one day a w theHrtena refractory Mack She turned sick t at tke sight Here was a slave actual slavl3liHNNwJlJJe la ate poekets and with a I bnM1 satisMed air eyeew1steady You shall not remain at s J Belle Plala another hour t4r Hick MM nothing He knew It f wouM take sore than her saying to get aim ol the place Betty turned ker horse aad galloped back to the paceadKica ip see Tom just at that mo f iseat aai dismounting at the door raa upstairs to her roomrHeaatlma the overseer sought out Ware la Us once His manner Ort4stati2g JaM grievance was singular H Men by swearing at his employ T er He had been Insulted before all 4tk quarter his rAge fairly chokedI him ke could not speak ITo seized the opportunity to wear back Beat yof off the place dIG she I well youll have to eat crow Ill do glthaj were aver made fqf anyhow damned If I do he added Hicks COBleted to eat crow onljy anduIjolJ lime frame of mind Later after Hicks had made his apology the two Inca smoked ja frleadly pipe and discussed the situ tics Tom pointed out that opposii ttoa was uselessI a losing game t 1quI coald get your way vf less fflrefct f meaaa She wouldnt stay long at Bella Plain but while she did remain I they must avoid any more crises prI t1l Sthe sort thrbugh which they hadjjust e 4 passed andpresently shed be sick jof I J I the la placeIvl occaakjaally found time to think jof Bruce Carrlhgton She was sure she BytIwkeal t riotjIkot cheeks and a quickening of the I ikeart It was anger F tODe day when she had deck ed forever to banish eli memory of i him from heralnd he presented himI 1lft Belle PlatJi1puttingtkelnlsklngsatisfying toilet when her maid tapped tIdonr and told her there was at PBODIGAL JUDGE VYVAuGwriKsmRIisrwsJr1fzcrii CemffC 16NwM She Instantly Recognized the Broad ShoUlders geiiuemtm ui yuio wo Irjomru to see her Is It Mr Norton asked Betty No Mlsfl be didnt give no name Miss When Betty entered the parlor a moment later she HW liar caller standing frttn his back turned toward her as he gazed from one of the windows but she Instantly recognized those broad shoulders and the tine poise of the shapely head that sur mountedthem Oh Mr Carrlhgton and Betty topped short while her race gr rather pale and then ewI Then she advanced boldly and out a frigid hand 1 didnt know so you are aliveyou disappeared so suddenly that mhtIYes Im alive he said and then with a smile but I fear before you get through with me well both wish I were not Betty Do you still hate me Betty Miss Malroy la there anything I can or do that will make you forgive sayI He looked at her penitently But Betty hardened her heart against him and prepared to keep him In place Will you sit down she Indicated a chair He seated himself and Betty put a safe distance between them Are you staying In the neighborhood Mr Carrington she asked rather unkindly No Fm riot staying In the neigh- bor1oo4 When I left you I made up my mind Id wait at New Madrid un til I could come on down here and say I was sorry And Its taken you all this time CarrIngton regarded her seriously rI reckon I must have come for more time Betty Miss Malroy in spite of herself petty glowed under the caressing humor of his tone Really you must have chosen poorly then when you selected New Madrid It couldnt have been a goc4 lace for your purpose I think If Icould have made up my mind to stay there long enough IIt would have answered said Car- lngton But when downriver boat Ued up there yesterday it was more 1 could stand You see theres danger In a town like New Madrid or getting too sorry thought wed better discuss this point plainIt hlseheadIhe said I didnt come here to see Belle Plain Then you xpect to remain In the neighborhood Ifve given up the river and Im going to get hold of some land Land said Betty with a rising Inflection MYesthought you were a riverman Im a riverman no longer I am going to be a planter now But Ill tell you why and all about It some hilihandAre you going goodby Mr Car rlngton and Bettys fingers tingled with his masterful clasp long after ho had goneICHAPTER XIIThe ShootingMatch ati Boggs The Judges faith In the reasonable ness of mankind having received a staggering blow there began a somewhat furtive existence for himself for Solomon Mahaffy and for tbe boy They kept to little frequented byways and usually It was the early hours or the morning or the cool of late afternoons when they took the road A certain hot afternoon brought ofIthe principal building a frame tavern a man was seated with his feet on the horserack There was no other sign of hqman occupancy How do you do sir said the iudtze halting before tills onlttarr n Are DangerousTk spread thMi SpeC eec feed sad poisos us with typhoid and cholera The mosquito with ke Ute IIMta boo wa veins malaria and yellow fever The bacteria oi cpniuBip te er Iri are everywhere present jfor us to breathe into our laaif The blood IlIVsL I wwra lews threiidh our Vcil1l and arteries iis our protection It shoidd coatsia- e islHiy tU sad white blood corpuicle cap ble of warding of tke e disease TM Dr Pine Goldea Medical Discovery it a blood medicine and alterative mt etfMr wtAoat alcohol a pure ilyceric extract of bloodroot oW a seal te Oftfmt M root queers root mandrake and stone root which has enjoyed a 4 good reputatiOn for over forty year The rcfrnhin fluence of this extract u like Nature iaiuence the blood- iis bathed in the tonic which tfvet life to the Wood the vital ire 01 the body bum brighter and their increased activity cflesumes the tiiiue rubbish which has accu ult d I IDduring the winter 4 About forty yreri ago In Newark New Jenrr i had ehlDl udfcyeiYrites Ma Miausx ILctmU ot NUonel MilItir7 hans I I Xanau and In the spTlng of ltTI the chWl ip2 A fever returMIL Doctorl andeveythInr J tried laDed to do me gocd Jlifli I saw Dr lIIrcei GoIdcn1IIedlea1 JIcovery idVeUICd I I MttJe of It aid the chilli ypnthed In about a icar aftDrWUd II felt them cominr Uclr so I got another bottla and bay sev had I tivir or acne sInce That U all of tw ny ThiS fflf1C1 eh5Ii about twelve ran before I tUUId to ti Gelden lUdiealI rY J XMMt f Dr PJtc4a Plat PlIHa ai tel lIreI In cS I oivldual Whom no coujeciurea tu the landlord Whats the name of this bustling metropolis r continued the Judge cocking his head on one sideSAs he poke Bruce Carrlngton ap peared M the tavern door pausing there kve glanced curiously at the fcabby Urayfareni This Raleigh In Shelby county Tennesse said the landlord Are y0u the voice fromthe tombt Inquired the Jmdg In a tone of play ful sarcasm Canington amused sauntered toward him- rhatai one for you Mr Pegloel hesaidI charmed to meet a gentleman whose spirit of appreciation shows his familiarity with a literary allu sion said the judge bowing We aint sO dead as we look said fI Pegloe fJust you keep on to Boggs racetrack straight down the road and youll find that outeverybodYs there to the bossracing and shooting match reckon youve missed tho hoBaradiig but youll be In time for the shoo ng Why aint you there Mr Cartrigthn Im going now Mr Pegloe an swered Carrlngton as he followed the judge who with Mahaffy and the boy had movied off Bettejj stop at Boggs Pegloe called after them But the judge had already formed his decision Horseracing and shoot ingmatches were suggestive1 of that progressive spirit the absence of which he had so much lamented at the jail raising at Pleasantvllle Mem phis we4 their objective point but Boggs became a side Issue of 1m portancel They had gained the edgeS of the village when Carrlngton took theta He stepped to Hannlbala side Here let me carry that long rifle son he said Hannibal looked up Into hlsj face and yielded the piece without word Carrington balanced It on his big palm I reckon It can shoot tiese old guns are hard to beat be oflservedr Shes the closest shooting rifle 1 ever sighted said Hannibal prompt ly Carrlngton laughed There was a rusty nameplate on the stock of the old sporting rifle this caujght Carringtons eye Whats the name here Oh Tur bervllle The judge a step or two tDad vance heeled In his tracks with a startling suddenness What he faltered and his face was asten Toothing I was reading the name here It Is yours sir I suppose said Carrln nINoIrno my name Is Price Slocum Price Turbervllle Turber Hannibal Gave Him a Frightened Glance and Edged Toward Mr Ma haffyfa SidIv1Ue he muttered thickly staring stupidly at Carrington rlthato have heard It before said the lat terA spasm of pain passed over the judges face Ilye heard It The name is the rtfl you sa1YQonI Here on the stock yes The judge took the gun and exam- Ined It Jn silence Where did you get this rifle Han nibal he at length asked brokenly- I fetched Iit away from the Barony sir Mr Crenshaw said I might have It The judge gave a great start and a hoarse inarticulate murmur stole from bbtween his twitching lips What do you kndw of the Barony Hannibal I lived at the Barony once until Uncle Bpb took me to Scratch Hill to be with him said Hannibal Tou you lived at the Barony repeated the judge and a dull wonder struck through his tone How long ago when be continued I I dont know how long It were but until Uncle Bob carried me away after the old general died The udge slipped a hand under the childs chin and tilted his face back tha he lookmight Into It For long njoment he studied closely those small features then with a shake orI the head he handed the rifle to Car rlngton and without a word strode regardIngest i Hejlo he said as the judge moved off Youre the boy I saw at Scratch Hill Hanklbal gave him a frightened glance and edged to Mr Mahaffys side put did not answer The judge plodded forward his shoulqers drooped and his head dasspeech fell from them He had been suddenly swept back Into a past he had striven these twenty years and memoriesIshapely If ejver a man had quitted the world that knew him he was that man He had died and yet he lived lived hor ribly without soul or heart the empty shell jof a man A turn in the road brought them Within sight of Boggs racetrack a Wide level meadow The judge paused Irresolutely and turned his bleared face on his friend Will stop here Solomon he said rather wearily for the spirit of boast and jJfest was quite gone out of him He glanced toward Canington Are you aresldent of these parts slrt hi asked4 TvjCbeen In Raleigh three days al togetbjer answered Carrlngton and they Continued on across the meadow la silance fIrrawuaU1eu from tha amaIi clearings in homespun ana ounernut aorwomen folk trailing aftijif them Here too In lesser numbers ere the lords of the soil the men wile ounted their acres by the thousMd1 and their slaves by the score Tfjere was the flutter of skirts among the moving parasolsthoccasionally a comfortab e family carriage with some plant rs wife or turfIhaggard lines that striked his face erased themselves Thl ras uto ppu lent and full These swiftrolling carriages with their hand me women these welldressed men m foot and splendidly mounted all Id their ptowardA cry from Hannibal drew his at tentlon Turning ho yi s In time to see the boy hound awa An instant later to his astonlshme it he saw a young girl who was sea ed with two men In an open carriage spring to4he ground and dropping o her knees put her arms about the altered little tlguteIMWhyd Betty Mal roy Miss Betty Miss ettyland Hannibal burled his t ad on her shoulder What Is It Hannlbi what Is It jNothing grad to find you am glad to see 1 ii toosaic i Betty as she wiped httears away When did you get hare dear We got here just to Miss PtyMh Ware careless s to dress scowled down on the c lid He had favored Boggs with hlql presence not because he felt the Iet hhorseracingfaith In girls and espe dally bad he profound mistrust of Be tty She was so much easily porta le wealth a pinkfaced chit ready tc fall Into the arms of the first man jwho proposed to her But Charley Nirtoh had not seemed disturbed by he planters forbidding air What ragamuffins ihis Betty growled Ware dlsgustei ly aButDid you come alon Hannibal she l and Mr Ma haffy askediike nearer together as but Mahaffy hung backS There were gulfs not to be crosse by him It was different with thij Judge the native magnificence of Ms mind fitted him jgAllow present myself maam Price isj my name Judge Slocum Price Hay I be permitted to assume that tojls Is too Miss Betty of whom my young protege so often speaks Tom Ware gave hi4 a glance of undisguised astonlshmevt while Nor ton regarded him with ttn expression of stunned and resolute gravity Betty looked at the Ige rather in quiringly I am glad he has jfVund friends rshelieve that Judge Slocum Price was somehow better than h looked which should have been castsince t was Incredible that he could have been worse He has Indeed foun i friends said the judge with mello unction and pNow it of Carring ton and bowed Occu ed wlth Han nibal and the Judge swhnd been m aware of his presen Carrlngton stepped forward Have you met Mr j brton apd my brother Mr Carrlngtoi ehe asked The two young met shook bands and Ware improved tte opportunity to Inspect the new ncr But as his glance wandered ojr him It took in more than Carrin on for It cluded the fine figure and swarthy face of Captain Murr who with his eyes fixed on Bett was thrusting his eager way throug the crowd Murrell had preset Bed himself at Belle Plain the dayI tore For up ward of a year Wa had enjoyed great peace of mind s a direct result of his absence pm west Ten nessee and when ho pought of him periodtohell he catches It wherever he Is More than this Betty had spoken of the captain In no uncertain tones He was not to repeat that visit As Murrell approach i the hot col or surged Into BettY face As for Hannibal he had goqi white to the lips and his small han clutched hers desjerateiySMurrell with all lls hardihood realized that a too great confidence had placed him in an awkward posi tion for Betty turne her back on him and began an dated conver sation with Garrlngtotf and Charley Norton Hicks the Belle Pfpln overseer pushed his way to Mq ells side Here John MurreUJpaint you Ing to show us a trl or two he Inquired I Murrell turned quid ly with a sense of relief t If you can spare m iyour rifle he said but his face wore la bleak look Dont you think offive seen about enough Bet deman d Tom You dont care for the shop ng do you Thats the very tn ng I do care for I think Id rathe see that than the horseracing said Betty perverse ly Betty now seated bei elf In tho rlage with Hannlba beside carJJ quietly determined tQ miss The judgej feeling thE he had come into his own leaned e antly against the wheel find explai itf the merits of each shot as It was nade I hope you gtfntlcn in are not go- Ing to let me walk off j 1th the prlzer said Murrell approaching too group about the carrlager jMr Norton I am told you are clever with the rUle I am not shooting t day respond ed Norton haughtily Murrell stalked back to too line At forty paces idjiIsk IIt myself maam said the Judge But at a hundred offhand llkqiHtfls I shquld most certainly fallr It would be hard Iti beat that = they heard Murrell possibletol vancing with Hannlbii s rifle In his hands It was tossed to his shoulder and poured out Its con ten s In a bright stream ol flame ThE re was a mo ment of silence Center shot mat cried the judge II Ill add twenty Collars to the purse Norton addressed himself to Carrlngton And I thall hope sir to ua it into your nrJrAt a wa tomnmenis exactly maam re they not said the judge Perhaps youd like to bet a little of your money remarked Murrell Im ready to do that too sir responded Norton quietlyt atIthis gentleman In whose success you take so great an interest can neither equal nor better my nextshotl Mur rlI had produced a roll of bills as he fiyoke Norton colored with embarrass ment Carrlngton took In the situa tion Wait a5 minute he Bald and passed his purse to Norton Cover his money sir he added briefly Thank you my horses have runaway with most of my cash ex lained NortontYour shot said Carrlngton short- lyl to the outlaw Murrell taking careful aim fired clipping the center As soon as the result was known Carrlngton raised his rifle his bullet truer than hIs opponents drove out the center Murrell turned on him with an oath You shoot well but a board stuck against a tree Is no test for a mans nerve be said insolently Carrington was charging his piece 1 only know of one other kind of target he observed coolly Yesa living target cried Mur rell CHAPTER XIJ The port of Hope This the speaker was Judge a Theyreprosperous people and a patriotic people with an unstinted love of country Jd like to hang out my sbmnglo ere and practice law The Judge and Mr Mahaffy were camped in tho woods between Boggs and Raleigh Betty had carried Hannibal off to spend tho night at Belle Plain I crave opportunity Solomon the iIndorsement of my own class I feel that I shall have it here resumed the judge pensively Will you stroll Into town wlth me Solomon he sked Mahaffy shook his head Thenldtl your prayers follow orf Im ort said the judge Ten minutes walk brought him to the door of the city tavern whore he round Mr Pegloo directing the activities of a small colored boy who was mopping out his bar To him the judge made known his needs Coin to locate are you said Mr PegloeSMy friends urge It sir and I have ttaken the matter under consideration answered the judge Well the only empty house lir town Is right over yonder It belongs to young Charley Norton out at Thicket Point Plantation The house Mr Pegloe pointed out Iidirectlyporch across the front and a shed addition at the back The judge scut 1sequickenedwhat a fortunate chance that Mr Norton was too owner of this most desir able tenement He must see him at ouce As he turned away to recross Yesa Living Target Said Murrell the street and learn from Mr Pegloo by what road Thicket Point might be reached Norton himself galloped Into the village Catching sight of the judge he reined In his horse and swung himself from the saddle tiI was hoping sir I might fine i you he said A wish I should have echoed tine i I beta aware of It responded the judge 1 was about to do myself the honor to wait upon you at YOW plantation Then I have saved you a long walk said Norton He surveyed the judge rather dubiously but listened with kindness as he explained the business that would have taken him to Thicket Point The house is quite at your serv- Ice sir he said at length The to tDutt tawyor these gentlemen had each de camped between two days heavily in doLt at the stores and tavprns espe chilly the taverns And thus hand somely did Charley Norton acquit himself of the mission he had under taken at Betty Malroys requestS That same morning Tom Ware and Captain Murrell were seated In the small detached building at 3elle Plain known as the office where the lOne spent most of his time when not In the saddle So your sister Doesnt like me Tomthats on your mind this morn ing Is It Murrell was saying Make It worth my while and Ill take her off your hands and Mur rell laughed Torn favored him with a sullen stare There was a brief silence during which Murrell studied his friends face When he spoko it was to give the conversation a new direction Did she bring the boy here last night I saw you drive ortwlUi him In the carriage Yes she makes a regular pet of the little ragamuffin Is the boy going to stay at Bell 0 Plain Inquired Murrell That notlpn hasnt struck her yet Ton I heard her say at breakfast that shed take him to Raleigh this afternoon Thats tho boy It traveled all the way to North Carolina to get for Fentress Ehyou dont say cried Ware Tom what do you know about 1he 1Qtdntr4sr i Buisui 7tjiiiirinitt lttCOntniuuQ Murrell He was a rich planter lived 4n North Carolina My father met him when he was In congress amfgot hltnj tot Invest in land here They had some colonization scheme on foot this was upward of twenty years ago QuintardlostAnd the land Oh he held on to that Qulntard has been dead two years Tom and back yonder In North Carolina they told me he left nothing but the home plantation The boy lived there up to the time of Qulniards death tint what relation he was to the old man no one knew Offhand Tom Id say that by getting holdbf the boy Fentress expects to get hold of the Qulntard land t Thafa likely said Ware then truck by a sudden Idea he added- Are you going to take all the risks and let him pocket the cash If ks the land hes aft rthe stakes big enough to divide He can r have tho whole thing and welcome Im playing for fl bigger stake His friend stared at him In astonishment Im licking a specula tlon Into shape that will cause me to be remembered while theres a white man alive in the Mlsskrlppl Volley Have you heard whit the niggers did at Hayti You let the niggers alone dout YO1 tamper with them said Ware He possessed a profound belief In Murrells capacity He knew how the latter had shaped the uneasy Population that foregathered on the edge ol civilization to his own ends and that what he had christened the Clan had become an elaborate organization disciplined and flexible to his ruthless will Look here what do you think have been working forto steal a few niggers Thatfurnlshcs us with money but you can push the trade too hard and too far The planters are uneasy The Clans got to deal a ounter blow or go out of business Between here and the gulf he made a wide sweeping gesture with his arm I am spotting the country wlthmy men there are two thousand active workers on the rolls of the Clan and as many more like you Tomand Fentresson whose friendship I can rely Sure as God John Murrell you are overreaching yourself Your white men are all right theyve got to stick by you If they dont thoy know Its only a question of time un til they get a knife driven Into their ribs but niggers there Isnt any real fight lin a nigger If there was they wouldnt be here Yet you couldnt have made the whites In Hayti believe thatsald Murrell with a sinister smile Ware feeling the entire uselessncss of argument uttered a string of Im precations and then fell silent Well how about the ill Tom asked Murrell at length Listen to me Tom Ill take her away and Belle Plain Is yours land stock and niggers said Murrell Ware shifted and twisted in his seat Do you want the land and the Dig gers I reckon youll have to take notlICHAPTER XIIIIBob Yancy Finds Himself Mr Yancy a voke ITem a dreamless sleep heavylidded longI eyes slid open For a struggle with the odds and ends ofi memory then he recalled the tight at atItackatI hcadlandthat he should be up and doing for where was Hanniball Suddenly a shadow fell qbliquely across the root of his narrow bcd and Cavendish bending his long body somewhat thrust his head Jn at theI opening He found himself looking Into a pair of eyes that for the first time In many a long day held the light of consciousness How are you stranger he manded In a soft drawl Where nm 11 The words were a whisper on Yancys bearded lips Well sir you are In the Tennes see river fo certain Polly you Jest step here But Polly had heard Cavendish speak and the murmur of Yancys voice In reply Now her head ap peered beside her busbands Ia you are some better aint you sir she cried smiling down on him Its been right smart of u spell too yes sir youve laid like you was dead and not fo a mattcrof hours either but days How long Well nigh on to three weeks Thoy saw Yancys eyes widen with a look of dumb horror And you dont know nothing aliout my nevvyyclu aint seen or heard of him maam fettered Yancy I To be continued Tbousuds j fduo J Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find OutIPilla bottleor yourwatera brick dust sedi nilstring an un condiItion i neys toqfle qucnt desire to pass it or pain in the backare yettheand need attention What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge soS KilnierSwampRootfulfills almost every wish id correcting kideqysliverbladderanclevcrypartoftheuninary Iandeffects following use of liquor wihe or beer and oVercomes that unpleasant neicessity of being compelled to go often through the daysand to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot isIsoon realized It stands the highest be 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