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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v TsESTABLJSIIED t IN 1883 J i NEW t SERIES VOL XIX NO22 SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY l1JiIl l d IOOPERYEM 1 PRAYER A GREAT PRIVILEGE thfriit Take heed that ye f1oJIor poiii r0Jktpoitne before men to be teen of them iff hate no reward vith your father which te Aeacen WaUActo rit R T ter iIS IN liofcharity He also explains proper and Jmproper prayers and finally proper and Improper fasting In nil these He denounces hypocrisy His Lot k Toners are to be actuated solely by a desire to please the Heavenly Father We may be tegn to do good or to pray or to fast but we are not to do saysXhTiothjng more is coming to them they I get the publicity ought ml Privilege of Prayer Jesus did pot command lila disciples to pray nor did He even give then a tomrot prayer until requested The Lotipeople must feel their need of Divine help to appreciate the privilege pf approaching the throne of grace It will be noticed also that our Lord merely taught His disciples When liiraytiles the world ot mllnktnd In general have no access to the Throne of grace God hearetb not sinners John Ix 31 The world in general the race of 4 Adam was alienated from God through wicked works Adam was under covenant with God by tvfflch he enjoyed the prlv ileges of a son of- lnOludedGod This j1 te1J WShlp com munlon prayer and cud i Divine supervision and care even to the extent of eyer IO 4lastIng life But Adam dlsobedl linciveDant Uftl to k seen ci ship tandall r ifs J yerIvITh lyetb4iefore who now enjcy the 1leJe orprll rare those who bavjgbcen accepted of Sod backI Into covenantrllntlonshlp of1nsteadSeihorUngour i1el h rfrdit G6a aDd to trust 4 fortheImentf their prayers we ahodld give item tfie Scriptural couQ selto repent of sin and by faith ac ccpt the forgiveness of their sine ac deVodoitothemselves Jp be followers of Jesus A Forrtof Souncj Word Hespontntigj to the request ormifdisciples Jesus gave a sample df aTproper prayer We nQte Its brevity simplicity directness orderliness 4 1 Our Father which art In Hear en hallowed adored honored be Thy name GoUs1 Name represents His character His Kingdom His p rsOnj allty First of all then we ascribe honor reverence majesty glory to our great Creator whom through His upI pointed vayt we delight to calf our Father In Heaven- SI Next In order we acknowledge the Dlvlnc uuthorJty This means that our hearts are submissive to the will pf God for Joy or sorrow for ple sure or pain JCr life or death and that wo have confidence In the Divine power and promise that ultimately the will shall be DIvinoI J done on earth as ItI Is now done In leaven Thy King MMm dom come Thy will be done on earth as I i It one In Heav III Vl I ill i rocIogolz dom and Indirectly Thy Kingdom ourown hopes COl1 come nected with that Klngdom that wo if associated with tha talfhtul8ballbeI rlous Thrpne In d IIsings of Divine power and mercy to mankind so as to effect the regeneraL1 I lion of all the willing and obedient daflllbreadbread and onr water shall be mire He has not promised nor are we to ask oran abundance wealth richeinor arc we to specify line luxuries Thtt thought Is Grant ns dally such provision for lifes necessi ties as seemethto Thee best jor us 4 Forgive usi our debts as we have forgiven our debtors Here Is empha slzed the Masters teaching that only themercifnl shall obtain mercy that only the forgiving shall he forgiven SJfleiid iw not into temptation itto abandon us tlion W feel our weakuess lmTltttUon iieiice ownI knowing Umi we must be brought in lllvliie provIthMire Into positions oft trial testing we ably well pray not to q be abandon there not to be left to r our own strength lint that nis grace tnuy tie wiflirkut for Gi The Billie nswm II4 that there ban Evil One nnil lint hi tic great jower and influence niiiim t men that toe Is the Irinii of the power of the Blr and th nf ihls Vge now appropriate that reiiuest harlard not to nbiindon us to ilio pviis wiles li4ie todolIlIt Thliif js tbi Kng dopi and thi jkiwer nnil ibe clor for ever tnii art tint found IttHit old est Crttk nianu rrlpts ttil ire there edVtlBlonBatanV Kiiiplfealud the lihiillnu fir the Adversary tiirMffilmtixnud yiuiv and the iixherln In the Divine king dom and jwiuer nnd clory forever Another Reason rAit amusing story is told of EdmunAi Kean who one night played Othello vrftL moref than his usual intensIty An admirer who tdet him on tha street i t d8ywas loud in his congratula jh I Really thought iou would choke Jago Mr Kean yon seemed so treni ndoQ ly in earnest Inear lest said the tragedian I should tthinkSo Hang the fellowj Ho- waa tryUi to keep me out of the focua rt r i7 w rw I TNE NIIERr l Obstreperous Bowling Green Ky May 22 William Roberts who claims to be alreabett and tempefance woiker irom Eminence and who was tined 18 5C Jar preaching on the streets without permission of the Mayor is still confined in city prison He refuses 1cfipermit anyone to pay his fine and has his meals ordered from restaurant claiming the pcUce say there is strychnine the food furnished by the city Roberts refusing to work on the rock pile Chief of Police W C flail cast him into a dungeoni Tuesday morning where he remained until last night when he vcas taken back to his cell Chief Hall thinking he would consent to work today However he pJacedinremain the chief says until he is willing to work What Texans Admire is hearty vigorous life according ughTailman of San Antonio We find he writes thatflr Kings New Life Pills energyinto PSl are tthestomach liver or kindney troubles 23 eta at Haydon Robertson Kit Alvey Dies Mr Kit Alvey formerly off Bardstown but who had for the la itstHoIcross Kv answered the death summon Friday May 17 after a ngering illness of tuberculosis Mr Alvey was aged about sixt5tars and was well known here where he had resided a number of inyerag dOhaPoly Cross and hud moved i witevhenThe deceased was a very popu Ja cir5tlingsandall Mr Alvey is suryiyedi by his wiveand one son Joe al s9ba three brothers Messrs om Ed and GeorgeAlveyc Funeral servicas were cOn dnctedSnndaytlat Holy Uross Rev Pather A M Zoellar of ficiatihg Interment took place a itS atandardHolps a Judo In Bad Frix Justice Eli Cherry of Gillis Mill Tenn was plainly worried A bad sore on his leg had baffled several drctors and Ion cesistedr was it cancer he wrotenAt last I used Bucklens Arnica Salve and was completelyecured Cures burns boils ulcers cuts bruises and piles 25 cts at Haydon Robertson Death Claims Mrs Rineheart tt Mrs Mary If Rinebeart aged 67 years widow of the late Will iam Rineheart died at berhome on Cartwrights Creek about townIIFljidaVni e day aftnrnoon at Pleasant Run church conducted by Rev W J Loos aftef which the interment was in the cemetery adjoin ng the church She is survived bye two sons Partner and Otha both of this couniy For several years before her death Mrs Rinebart led a quiet retired lile but was well known and vpry popular in the community in which she lived Many friends extend sympathy to the family in their bereavement Lebanon Enterprise Stimulant or Tonic Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a makeyoui as bad as ever the next iholi rilla is a tonic You have the steady even gain that comes I from such a medicine Ask I your doctor all about this I Trust him fully and always I do as he says He knows i TheJThey have been making Ayers PiUs for over sixty years If you have the sllght pillTOUt best ask Uade bjr the J Ana LoVlU MM ASTOK FORTUNE Population of United States Could jaMinutes The newspaper editor who fi inguredlvgurefortune divided jup among the men women iand children of the ofnitedeach neafly 1700 looks su- rewelyP ridiculous to the whole world for everyoody willl put a pencil and paper test on an editors inathimatical break and fi thndsome 60 or 70 or 80cerits or HP according to how much under a h ceundredt reatei error that people who think like that fall into Theres the bigTger question o the economic use of wealth to be a perpetual creator of product or other bene fi detsThe population of the United iStates could sit dowato a lightS Jluncheon and ejat the Astor une out of existence iu five or ten minuteskfterthat what Just nothing Never again Take a great lortuue in another way and use it without im mediate destruction Say its a hundred millions say a hundred million people decide not to eat all up just as quickly as you ould mention Jack Robinson Say they resolve to use the natural income pf it just the way reason always has to figure tthe use of normal capital and productive agencies Say the come available for use is an erage of 4 per cent Say if you please it is 5 per cent Well at that there would be an annual iincome of 5000000 And that would give everyone of the hun red mitiiou people an income of cents a yeara nickel car fare once ayear Yes less than half a cent a month about postage stamp Less than a mill of in ome a week about 10 weeks in ome to get togetner copper p enny The hardest thing for so many gocd folk to understand is that iif they got all that comes out of productive agency without makine it produce more they wouldnt get much more than they had been getting in fact would get less as human nature works oui A million dollars apital engaged in a mill andI keeping 1UOO men employed may earn for the owners of toe capi tiiI 5 per cent Most of thole- employeesare cocksure that if they got their fair share they would be rolling in luxury or atI least great comfort so their ag itator leaders are forever telling them and so they are expecting or ratheV trying for three four five ten dollars a week more But 5 per cent return on a mil- lionl give 50000 And if they got it all that would be less than adollar a week more for each But the braius and energy and talent of the management that employs 1000 men and makes the capital earn 5 per cent Wouldnt play in tile game that way for nothing So as Tip told you the employees takin allall of what would b3 left without the brains and energyj arid talent of the management t that wins success would get much less than before instead moreNew York Press 110fEscapes an Awful Fate A thousand tongues could not express gratituUe of Mrs J E Cox of Joli j et Ill for her wonderful deliverance frOm an awful fate Typhoid pneumo nia had left me with a dreadful c ugh she writes Sometimes I had such aw ful caughing spells I thnught I would die I could get no help from doctors treatment or other medicines till I used Dr Kings New Discovery But I owe my life to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough at all riowf Quick safe and reliable for all throat and lung troubles Every bottle guarantee We and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson ICalled to His Reward I IDr Alfred Q Graves Pastor of the Baptist church died at his hbo eon Mulberry street inI in Lebanon Tuesday shortly after noon Dr Graves had been in declining Lealth for several mon bsbllt last week seemed somewhat stronger Sunday morning shortly before seriIi paralysis winch renO 4cd bim u 5consciousu conscious conditip t fradu y growing weaker ur death resulted two days jate Wed nesday afternoon the fly hay- g been prepared fII burials conveyed to lh Baptist church and lay in state ntil the following afternoon hundreds peoplp there view the re mains of this grand oldlnan The funeral services took place yesterday afterni on at 3 liclockBow of Louisville at t le flap tOtchurchf was so long the beloved pastor and interment was iir Ryder metery The imraenii e cong gation and many eautiful oral designs attested be loveJ and esteem in which he as held sehebearers were the 25 met ibers of his Sunday school class and the acons of the church Leba n yeonVMusteesth IIConfederate Veterans ho may QJ ply for pensions und hr the act Jof the last Legislature cannot beI required to pay any fee for the making out of applic tion pa pers under an opinion iveh by Judge James Garnett Yttorney Gpneral Judge Garne t has received numerous lett rs from County Clerks asking iif they may or sliall charge a fee forI placing the seaTbf the tate on the application papers or vele rans desiring pensions the l allowing a fee of 50 c tsea jh time the sea of the Sta eisusedI Judee Garnett gave aa hs opinion that under the av allow iing pensions the cle kmustt make out the applicati n papers ffor the veterans and m t charge a fee The law says tl iat no fee shall be charged the veterans who may apply for pensions and Judge Garnett bDdsthat this prohibits the Cour ty Cleirk from charging for the se of the seal of the State housands of veterans who are applying for pensions will be nlievedof the pay ment of these f es Leb anon Ifalcon v Tho Demons of h Swamp ase mosqpitosJ As they st ig they put deadly malaria germs in the blood Then follow the icy chills a d the fires of fever The appetite es and the strength fails ales malark often paves the way for deadly typhoid But Electric Bitters kill and cast oil the malaria germs from the germs fi9the blood give you a fine appetite tin renew your strength After long suffering wrote Wm Fretwell of Li cama N C three bottles drove all the malaria from my system and jrfe had good LIt health ever since j Ist for all stomach liver and kidney its SOc at Haydon Robertson Falls In We1cJ Sunday Mr J E fjcnderson who lives on the trjBranch pike took hut wife all their lit- tlEt threeyearold son and went to make a visit to their friends Mr and Mrs James Cornish IIl who reside on the Perryville pike The Hendersoi child and the little Cornish t y who is four years old went ut in the yard to play and afte sometime they were missed 1 An older child was sent to loot for them ii and after searching about the vardshe went into th barn lot There is an old cove eel dateritin the lot with about of water in It and slri heard her little brother call to jha other boy to climo out an realizing that the MnaJl visitor had fallen into the cistern she tn back and gave the alarm Mr Henderson was the first one t reach the spot and he plun id into the cistern and rescued h s little son who had leapt himsel put of the water by clinging to projecting rocks at the side The child was numb and blue 1Lh cold and almost unconscious fxm expos ure in the water jj4r Hender was taken from the astern withi difficulty as the pening was small and it is a wobper that he was able to get into fhe basin at all Harrodsburg Herald J Forest Ousickis now pared to give you any thing pijin j tirst class photoJr Phs You can phone him atJSfl 1ICusicks IBA will ccme to youth me TURJLLING STORY Descriptionof Battle iin whichp General Custer and his SoldiersMet Deathr Who killed General George A Custer in the battle of the Littleh Big Horn June 25 1876 The belief firmly prevails among the ol fidCheyenne Arapbpe tribes in Oklahoma Custer was slain by Yellow Nose a UtE Indian now vin4 on his allotment on the Nortel Canadian rjver near the awnfurtilirywho is not a boater merely says that he killed an officer whom other Indians said was neyerIen Custer prior to the battle thThisrqsoluteiy declared he took Ousters life is now about sixtyfivt ais old and well preserved sa tvemany years from a blow acros e head in the Little Big Horn fi idit which eventually destroy ed his eyesight His body iis scarred with many Wounds re ceived iIti the bait e He will open his shirt and show you a hardened spot where a bullet tore through him when McKen zies men gave batte in Powder iver Canyon Yellow Njse was peering over an embank ment not suspecting that dane ger was near at hand when hI was shot from ambush Wheu Yellow Nose wis four years old he was captured from his people by tlje Northern Cheyennes one of whoe women 10 mstrritd do was a scout uc Uer Gun LiwtOnat Port Robin auu and later was given similar employment at Fort Reno Iu the plains country he met the tfrenchCheyenriel scout Edward Guerrier and their friendship brought Yellow Noseto Oklaho ma in tue early seventies There was a constant pass ng to and tro of the nothtru and Sou it1ce daysYellowcircum stantial story which old warrior in Oklahoma support with the r min testimony as evidence th t lewas the man that killed Cu- tert It was impossible for sol j ers to shoot Viih steadiness ar d Iraccuracy many pulling the trig gers while their guns poiutdld traighi above them Rueriess thorses stampeded in every direc ttloni leaving their dead behind and they Were caught by Indian and taken across the river Yellow Nose hind never seen Castor He twice euc mnterect I the man whose bodv was fount after the battle and identified by the indians slhLLt of Ouster Yellow Nose had shot a troupe und in accprdafice with indiun 0ustomstrike the body with a stick which in the Cheyenne llanguage s called mOoS The soldier called for help when he saw his enemy bearing dQn upon him and several mounted earn rades rushed to his rescue One othese men tired at Yellow Nose such close range that his oves anti flce are still speckled with the powder The bullett massed Yellow Nose wounding his horse in the neck Yellow Nose Wl- Sstrucka heavy glancing blow across tile forehead with the guusight blinding him for a moment atd tilling his eyes with blood dSat him was nextseen by Ye low Nose at a small wound on the 10rdgemen gathered round him He was bareheaded ana armed only with ia pistoL As the Indians bore down upon this groupa number of the soldiers apparent ly lust courage andran to lower ground close to the base Of the mound Eeofficers shouted Ito the men and drew nearer them when he found that they did not hgar or were unwilling to obey him The appearance of this man was so striking aadgallant that Yellow Nose decided to kill him would be a feat of100re than ordinary prowess Yellow Nose jwas armed withau old cavalry saber having lost his gun ThiV saber had belonged to a boy hol d friendt Shonshone at whose i death his mother had giver the saber to Yellow Nose Tbeba Itie had gone against the soldier so hoayily at this point that the Withlnsode headlong upon his enemy prepared to cut him stroke Already wounded and officerIling with fright Yellow pony bolted when the red at close range with a pistol but missed bath man and horse Getting his pony in hand again Yellow Nose charged a second t me and again The offic r fired and the pony sprang aside nd beyond him Dfeterminpd to get witliin striking distance Yellow Nose gathered himself for a third onslaught As he drew near the pistol was Do- tllredit was empty He came ssquarely upon the officer who bent his knees as if to ward oft e bow of the uplifted saber Yellow Nose struck hLn with jerriSc violence on the b6ofbehead and the man SLOt to tlle ground in a heapSnitPastDispatch IAuj enough to take an interest in anything give himI a sow pig Never mind ahout What breed but be sure hisi a pur bred pig If your boys tastes and incH nations are ut all toward stock uiisii g make him a partner in vour business just as soon as hel is old enough te eirtherespon sibilities Boys who early have a chance ip rase bogs almost always bej come stock men and successful men inIfthhet s fltringsthe rowirds t Many a boylhas had the foun dation of a prOsperous onorI ab t career laid by having been Ji teivnenc uragement of this sort Ifcyou have a boyS give him atohakicePELrmers Home Jourj naJ Unhurt by Long FalltA fall rom a secondstory window of her hOi In Philadelphia did little more than Jar an aged lady the other day When members of the family ached her side they found that she had sustained only a few bruises A doctor said no bones were broken and that she would be about again in atday or so She was leaning from the bathroom window when she lost hetI balance and fell to the yard British Moving Picture Theaters Tliyre are now oyer 4000 Icture theaters In Great movIngI Isreland Fully 5000000 to nvested In the pJoyJfil vn and work ng of halls alone and over 32000 peaSplo are employed This leaves out otI iccount the development auxiliary branches of the Industry A total otI2000006 people represents apprpxl oiately the dally audience of these pIcI ture shows Petruchlot Character He is a madman In his senses Very honest fellow who speaks hardly a word of truth and Succeeds in all his tricks and Impostures tIe acts his assumed character to the life with the most fantastical extravagance with complete presence of mind witS uullred animal spirit and without a itlilac of Vanity An excess of vanity brings ridicule upon its possessor just as an utter lack of it Inspires contempt in the beholder Of the two ridicule is the least harmful moreover the object of Jibes and Jests always possesses the power to modify and reline exces JIve vanity into wholesome elevat ig pride 1OnI t 1t j Antonio market on tIle island of Ja maica a dozen br more negroes may bo seen selling rope tobacco by the yard It Is smoked by the natives and derives Its name from the fact that it is twisted and put up In coils like rope 200 yards to the coiL Cwr Most Valuable Product It is estimated that two hundred eggs are used in this country every year for each man woman and child Poultry and eggs are the post valu able products of Am6rlca Uncle Pennywlse Says Of course every man can explain thereferendum but the wino wan doesnt try A Success i Was her brldevh1sdporty a suc cess t yes indjed The woman ape wanted to wlngdt the pr xe c Cltn y A worthless dog fiTkd rpuU I tlon are hard Ihlngino i rrJI J r V 1 J Larp4 c II CAMPAIONt r 4 f I OOFFER-f i I1JJ 1 The LOlllliCLTi1iesJ Until November 30V 1912 ffII1 AND ti ICJI a- eiNesLdeikl I rJ aiJLr yIii ONE YEAR lJ ip Both for Only 0v2 This means that The Times will be lent by ats i II you from date subscriptidn i receivedttpaper trough us until Noyember 30 1912 t6IJ1soorier we gel your subscription ordcrrthryou get the Tieli Send tHe order at once H tJISit Il1 libTofJ- Orders must be sent to The News I Leader not to the LouisviileTj IIJ1 1 rJLJo r 0 1J jJ P t PrisoMT Attempts to Escape Great excitement was caused the section of Lebanon near court house Sat rday after- 0fl shortly before three oclock w Len Clarence Jeffries a white prisoner who had a few minutes b fore been sentenced in the circuit coin t to serve from two Jo n years in the penitentiary for housebreaking attempted to es ape as he was beiI1K returned jail The attempted escape was made at the edge of thd court house y ard and was well plan ned Deputy Sheriff Tom Slay on was walking with Jeff net and his mother and Sheriff Burton bad in charge Harry Gion ble another prisoner sentenced to serve from 10 to 20 years in the petitentiary Just before the nour in the county property on Spalding avenue was reacued IiJelllt s mother t h rew her arms- aroundl1r a lay ton and at the same instant Jeffries jumped through the door and madet u dash for liberty Seeing the door was blocked Burton called tr Ghaf IIQ Murray to take charge of1 Gamble and ran out of court square by the side of the office ofr ion PCooper When he reached the corner by the qov ernment JiUKng ho saw Jeff ries crossing the railroad a halft square away A shot from thi Sheriffs revolvermade the mac go IMrI down Spalding avenue and self iing the manruuuing hearing the shot nnb rioting the crowd I that almost instantly gathrea on theco ner of Spalding avenue and Main street t captured Jeffrites near the Meth odic church and hold him tH Sheriff Bjaiton arrived Jeffries who had be n inVjail fotabout three months wai completely worn out by his short run nd had to he asisted to sail II Believing jJtiei wAs cpntem plating escape JaUeW T Madden made a careful examina tion of the jail while the prison ers were at the court house and found two long slim saws in Jeffries cell On Tuesday morning Jeffries was taknt the penitentiary at Frankfortby D9puty Shei iffa J H Sparrow and Tom Stayton and close watch will be kept on him there Lebanon Fjalcbn v V iNotice j s Myaecoutits are npwi Wttt binds oolinPQ1Pi prcit lections All persona Indebud to tIle wirt settle witnWercs James S7Morabj FQrmer proprietor Acme Meat Market fra JMSuppress iri t The crusade against joyridIrs 4- announcC1d and3titiftt Le dbN ight iflief lIP lfc Pt1Thk J siOUlJ9lbgoruulyl ifess driving is snp reiwidr tDaring the raceal jfIdaI-fo fast driving on Third ifcrftlfc b3 been noticeabfe in flajlM Anaat night tLV ip6i fr 111 haye always been prtttjr htiT considered byinan7j motoriiitB flriying between Jroqnoia Park land the downtown district in summer aod betweea fer deJ1- ownt resiauranU land Mft iiIl Cental districts iri in if3rjtUf Intndc tioi ra iihunorously applied Ujf t p sycho1ogicareffedtiet IOn ome persons by thowAtt ship of autoix6btles IdbjirL sous areas greaTfe all arhibjo6 j ajad menace tot snaibi aaQteyt iis t as they aVd to pedtstraTMllitt d rivers oftors c1ra1L VeliIdhi That the jcyrJdersandbatiog are endDKer n rtbrrOjlJif cannot be held tdamiapr coasMU eriition because therpftMCttjeens they darry are not lalifayiief their tepernientandarepti merely polite and unprotesUnr victims s ftIq addition to autofojtoxic if lion intoxication caiiia byTin J iJiliiidug nce in alqoholic oevertgrtr 3 ca Bs agiocl4eatIoplerck drvU20f the type otoIOiIa wlio figaresin poiiarr1L 4i accompanied by a ifl afwhen arrested in tfie acto7fSu ftigi for a fall AndaWljwterfaV red indivIdual at tn Mirtttv wheel of an automobile is abe ttas dangerous as a paPflacI riiin niuK a locomotive is tJl ltesiflied to track Iaisrtlli Cfcl rier rnal2 1 a tyW Mrs aim TuckterV i ftir tIf has fotr h ptttftepiRS 0 R I Red eg O ceatsyardUiO from also bm4 liCsIi IRtlntJer Drake wUl Mk L now for d y feW i ektu a1M cents echaogchqeo Of R t c at 500 lI d 750 I The KntRcky iJIIpUIL J q t6t J 3 lJiuatre I ctJ ndscap Work Otisj r- Shadrl OriasiiIsIM Fruit Tree Sras Mss foe l au FIo jL 1 tpaaf 1MIIW WIL 4 RoWMi frt nutlr l sc i Wl j oaLo s tf j J Jc TITIw I TIE KWUEADER ft PINQPIILDICYf- t W rftUJIDIr JAMB t m JWEHP- Kiitors N and P bJIshere Oflrworthy Clrcsis Judge L- H TiMmin Sa bb instructions to ttbi fra d jiij called atten toMIIL tion io the fact that many per various sections of the coty were settiflg their fences acoE to the road that they Wtrif gradually taking in the roais to the detriment of the traTtllBg public as well as to the tle pfpQiaion In vaiof their 4farrfi He told the grand jury that jhjB was oinK to keep at it Vftiil tte did get a gr uijoryto indict the persons guilty of vlo little the law in this respect WeisztandythInkthsttheJudgeMIctM sptct and has done his duty as this Mas been ont of the greatest 1evilwith which the roads have to opaUnd for several years In fact the people commenced to ittheir fences out as soon as r Sad free turnpikes it seems aasmmiag that the pikes were frtf loralltQ crab at It is to be Moped that the grandjury in- q twUl have the effect to stop tMUipcxioeeding Those Laying tfcmr fences out on the highway khetmovethemasIt is not probabte that the grand jury will ladict those who have of leied aRdare trying in good faithtbrlghtthewrong Jidge Thurmanin his instruc tioM to the grand Jury called tbtSir attention to the useless and wntoa destruction of song and 2 inMCtivoroQS birds The laws of Jthe State proyide a penalty I for any person who kills a song orJisectivoroMS bird It is said killingfof birds oy boys with air guns specially around Springfield Te kw is a good one and should be enforced as these birds are a great protection to crops and JBfB who have made a study of the question and are in position tqkmoW assert that were it not for tbe birds farmers would be- unabltoI grow any crops as they destroy each day hundreds of c insects each of the very kind thai are pests to crops Wiflkbuff r aMrs Maude Hellers daughter UiRut1 and son Robert of Mooreeville Ind have been visiting relatives at this place for the put week They won jy friends during their stay Jilrs Sellers delivered a fine 4ernon at the Christian church on last Sunday afternoon and renderedabwas enjoyed iby all present Mrs Cora Brown and children i0JT Louisville are visiting Mrs Rosa Hughes this week r lrEd Yates and sister Miss Mattfc Yates of MOoresville visited relatives here last week Mrs Shrader and grandson T Bert Shrader of Louisville are visiting Mr J M Trent and wife Mrs Mary Poulter of Bards pwD is visiting her sister Mrs Sue Merritt who is very sick at Iwriting Mrs Luther Herron ahd daughter Stella May of Lancas ter is visiting Mrs Sallie Noel sviUeIt Brawley and children of Ashbrooke were theweek end guest of Mrs W RScott t Master Donovan M Milan is visiting his aunt Mrs Lanrs Hyattj at Mackville w Mrs W M Foster is vfeitin her daughter Mrs Ballard St tle atHillaboro r Mr Lmster Colvln and wife f yspent Sunday at Tatham Springs i Broadway Beautiful May likes child at plsycomel tripping along her 4joyossy 1 4 fl Mr and Mrs Will Lanham andsonArthur were the guests oMWielr brother Mr and Mrs J WSnith and family Satnr day aid Sunday Mr F L Wetbington and irifr were in Loretto Saturday MfcwrKjrflB Badgett has re turned to her hbsH after a visit jUh her steter Mrs Joe Medly J4faA4 Mra Willl Smith and two diftgaters Virginia and lMry were tef gu eis of their vtarea s Mr and Mrs J W Wj SUniay aid BunJay Mr and Mrs Torn West and family were the pleasant guests of their parents Mrt and Mrs F L WetbingtonSunday Miss Mary tiadgett was the guest of her sister Mrs Leo Hill Thursday Miss Bessie Hill is the guest of hr sisters Mrs Leo Hill who is on the sick list Miss Victoria Oaborni was the I tLJTaesday lwasjthefj iMrj ant Grove wajs in tins section Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Smith and son Goebel were iin Springfield Monday Mr Albert Medley was at this place Monday Miss Osie Purrot has her sbhool at Road Rod closedI three months term of sion school The school at this place closed Saturday afternoon with an en tertainment The program consisted of songs and speeches the songs being rendered by Misses Mary Badgctt Maggie Smith Katherine Smith Mrs J W Smith Messrs Walter Osborne Geobel Smith and Miss Victoria Osborne the teacher Every one spent a most enjoyable timeI will ring pff this tima if this time If this is iin print I will come again by and by Rose Bud Mackville Miss Elizabeth Isham who has been attending school at Millers burgis now at home for vaca tion Misses Letye Kayes Bessie Kayes and Willie Ruby are ex pected home this week from Mid way where they have been attending school Mrs Cbas Bottoms who has been ill for some time is 9Towly limproving The Dupila of White Oak school will giye an an entertainment at the Mackville Bigh School build Saturday evening June 1st 1912 Admission 15 cents The fallowing l program will be rendered Welcome Drill Seven Children Dialogue Jennies Call Mary Case and Irene Gillespie Recitation Naming the Ba by Sarah Thompson Solo Dollys Lullaby Sarah Lowe Gillespie Recitation What dan I Do Ina Milton RetitatlonliMy Hat Eva Case Recitation CA Secret John nie Smith Recitation Dont Yon Think SoY Earnest Hendren Dialogue The Way to Wynd ham Jas LOberLorene Case Solo Frank Lawrence Dialogue The Deaf Grand ma Letye Roney Marcella Thompson Eva Smith George Loser Song and Drill Topsy TUr vy Liuik Lawrence ifora Wayne Charlie Stumph Mary Case Leon Thompson Settle Stumph Dialogue The Peaks Fami ly Thirteen girls and boys Recitation A S iis t e Scheme Miss Elizabeth nyi DlalogoeliTtle Petertown Proposal Ben and Gladys Gil lespie DialogueilOn a Dry Goods Box seven boys and one girl Dialogue Uncle Peters Visft to School Will Hilton Jordon Gillespie Mayme Lawrence- M rcella Thompson Beatrice Thompson Phantomime Rock of Ages Twelve girls- Quartet GoodNight Ladies Ina Milton Eva Case Henryetta Roney Sarah L Gillispit Golden RUleI Whatever I have tried to do at all I have tried with all my heart to do well What I have devoted myself to have devoted myself to completely Never to put one hand on anything an which I could not throw my whole lelf and never to affect depreciation of my work whatever It was I find jow to have been one of my golden rules Charles Dickens Iceland Education Icelanders are ngw famous for their high standard of education Every child of ten in this remote little land can read and Write neither abject pov srtjr nor excessive wealth is seen and rime Is rare and the latest step in the evolution of this remarkable pee pIe the founding of a university at ihe capital Large Finds of Pure Metal Unlikely Men nave found arlihass of native copper weighing 420fons and they kaTe discovered a chunk of pure sliver putthepoundsbdlarger finds in the future are unlikely Noble Denmark Rei No 2640 Foaled 1906 handsome Chesnut 16 bauds by Highland Denmark 730 First dam Kentucky Belle 8682 by Thorton Star 1024 2d dam LilHeby Art Rose 786 3d dam by Mock Chief 4th darn Washington Denmark 64 Noble Denmark though a young home is rated with the best of Sires He iis highly finished and a perfect saddle horse type He is saIc bywell known Judges such as Wm Kirby of Bowling Green W G Shropshire of Winchester Roger Lilian and Elmer Railey to be a great typefor a three gaited saddle stallion and is sure to breed that class of S horses He was successfully shown by Mack Hughes laatyearwas never outside the money andmany times firstwas never defeated by a Stallion in model ring His two seasons of colts show remakable uniformity His yearling and suckling won at Bardstown and Springfield and in the sale ring have commanded good prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grand sire on both sides were championship saddle horses in Kentucky and Missouri His dam and two of her colts were State FairJnners Consider his breed ing his Jndivduallty his show ring qualities where will ko to find one his superior Noble Den marK win make the season at 20 To Insure a Living colt tittt4444 BETSEYS NAME By M DIBBELL Oowralll ill AMoeUtodLlMnuy IMM Betsey BefseyJ Yes father Im coming She stepped round the curve of the ye xanda as she spoke Where have you been all thes hours grumbled Mr Whlttlecey Hours laughed Betsey in re sponse Why It Is barely twenty minutes since J went in to give Sally her lnstruction8 for the day and we have been rushing things at a great rate Now I am at at your service againbut Just think how you would feel If I really should leave you for a long time she ended iiaslngly I suppose that is all have to look forward to now Itr futhtr tave a dlpirr svtn J t Uke a fancy to Bcmt yunj 1mb y hai jea to uwtt and ilrestony brby is turned Into a lovesick malutn with her poor ili dad utterly forgotten His daughter assured him that fall big In love was altogether outside of her plan of life and the last thing be need worry about Richard Whlttleiey had had to play the part of father and mother both ever since Betsey was three years old Now she was entering her twen tieth year and her father was more than grateful that so far her interest In the masculine d been wholly cen tered on himself She laughed again as she asked What young man of this present gen eration do you suppose would want a wife with such an oldfashioned name as Betsey How you could ever have given It to me just because It Was my greatgrandmothers is more than I can understand But mt least I has marked me out of the matrimonial market I only wish it had declared her father would have called you Hip popotamus If It might have had any such effect HAt least I can be thankful that you did not have that awful thought in time to do any harm But really I think that such a good father and such a poor name as Fine betent- hem should make a voluntary old maid out ofanyone Anji yet that statement from one of your advanced years does not give me the safe and secure feeling that you intend it to Every year that passes will make you feel a little surer anyhow con soled Betsey now let s go for a ride An hour llater as they were speed ing smoothly along the lake road they noticed ahead of them a saddled horse nibbling the grass at the roadside Richard Whittlesey was driving and stopped his car beside tbe horse Must be something wrong said Mr Whlttlesey never sew this horse before He reached across toI smooth the horses nose then his bridle and passed It to B t redI See If he will let you bold him while II start the car He returned to his and they slowly moved Ileat horse followed aheadI theyIAs they turned this they cam upon a man clad in riding clothes He was hitching painfully along on foot and t staffj he saw tbe horse he youIpulled away from Betsey and trotted to his master Had im accident asked Richard Whtttlesey as be stopped the car Yes and a mighty silly one too answered the stranger climbed on top of the bluirat that steepest place to get a view across the lake and coming down I stepped on a thin edge of rock which gave way with me solI came the rest of the way in about hall a second He smiled cheerfully as he added Guess broke the small bone of my left leg Cant use It at all Then the sooner you get in with us and let me take you to a surgeon the better off you will be Jumping down Mr Wblttletey bundled this unexpected passenger into the ton neau as gently as possible You are very kind The strane ors UPI looked blue from the pain ot his broken bone but his voice was still cheerful Though I doubt if such stupidity as mine is deserving of so much consideration Folks have to get used to out crumbly style 6f rocks Mr Whittle soy said t Come along Colonel called the tftranger to his horse and that obedi ent animal followed after thea like a welltrained dog They were not far from the sake village and inside of a short time a surgeon was setting the broken bone Broken in two planes he Informed them when his task was complete- di d square breaks both of them only means keeping quiet with the foot in chair fpr flte or six weeks gut where am I to spend all that tither questioned his patient It therf a boarding house this place I iave no friend within several hun dred jallei wM Just riling Colonel tfirougli this part because I had been told of the magnificent scenery Tner tQ zood boardlnc fri fMIQL lat JOM 4W h W4 W Red Bird Jr j ed Bird Jr is a rich brown 15 hands S inches high weighs 1150 pound He is sired by the tam us Old Red Bird and is known as the stallion far ed two years ago by Thurman Peters and in the advertisement said 4He is a very handsome bro m horse can do just a little more than anybody ese horse either in harness or under the saddle hisjlamis the great trotting bred mare by Lyle Wil es son of George Wilkes the greatest trottingIIpro enitor the world ever knew Red Bird Jr is by Red Bird he by Joe Brown he ty Cabeils Lexington 1st dam by Lyle Wilkes 46K 2d dam American Clay 34 3rd dam by Mam bri o Chief II Red Bird Jr was shown one sea on at the Burksville and Columbia fairs and wpi both saddle and harness sweepstakes He will serve mares at rj 12 To Insure jjil will standmy same Jacks at 10 to insure a living colt Season is due when mares traded off r or arted with B B LEACHMAN l SPRINGFIELD KY tIw t4iItWr BERKSSsiffiRES8 11I Fr Sale I I I I 11I11 I weighed O pounds at 10y old Berkshires are the Hog eyII I satisfies the blood that breeds A ybave one littler of 10 pigs thatIwill pay any man to look at I P ices Reasonable I CIWILLETTIII- I SPRINGFIELD KY R R 2 I J1 are WflitUee au UIl = =N1I4 la going back In the car with us doctor I can look ifter him and keep him from dying of the blues Now that is more han good of you the injured man sid gratefully But you must not both r yourself out of all reason on my sec lunt hot another word his host an aounced This strange is not goto to be left at an Inn lie comma home with meIThe doctor and M Wblttlesey helped the man back Into the cai Betsey was petting Colo iel when they appeared Ha Is the dearest horse own7uThat he Is he agje heartily It was only my falling on him all In a heap that gus him sud a shock that he ran around the corner Richard Whlttlesey tdld his daugh ter of his invitation to their passen ger He would die of being talked to death at either of the village board Ing houses he concli ded Andl knew you would approi e of saving a fellow being from such i dismal end Hit is lovely of you fa herbut then you are always thlnkl g how to do nice things for everybody laid Bet say admiringly You can amuse the master and I will make love to Colonel Betsey grew fonder bf Colonel ev ery day and her lathe and Colonels maiUr whose name proved to b Max Pleyfalr became great friends Betsey took part in muiy of her fa her discussions with their guest and the crippled man i med never to find his imprisonment anything but enjoyable Five weeks passed before he Was ble to attempt walk g and on the day that he tint llmpec about a little till host was urprliedtUo realize how much he would miss ms visitor Of course he will rush off the minute he can walk at all grumbled Mr Whit tlesey to himself the marteit clear ettheaded youngster I ever met and now away be goes The following day Max Pleyfalr broached the subject o his departure I can never u enough for your kindness red Mr Whit tlesey But thanktt able to get about I must asslng on your hospitality and to work Just what I expecte growled the elder man When we et well enough acquainted to begin Ito understand each other then squalls for you you know that ire always welcome dUihere my I wonder If I be as welcome If I made a fearful riv latlon asked his guest I Try me and seeJj answered Richard Whlttleiey blunti Well then here 4esl Mr Whit Ueaey I did not cojpe through this region for the sake d4jthe scenery ItI was for your daughters sake Your cousins told me abou you both and showed me her plctur which I must fOOliShIthatup that bluff to catc i a glimpse of yojir placeIts loeertle n had been scribed to meand I rras thinking so deeply on my way d wn how I was td make any headwa with the cruel thatII fell headlong but hope into hIs good graces Richard Whlttlesej regarded the speaker with aston shmcnt which lowly turned to am lemenL You young scoundrel to h ve the nerve to tell such a yarn to Jan unhappy fa ther he laughed gtv ng the offender a sounding thump 0 his shoulders Yes you scamp you did fall into my affections and if you can get aYes from Betsey there ont be any resistance here Thank you nlore than ever and Max Hnjped away to i oct Betsey who was Just coming uy Ihe steps whle tUfUnv fVilnnal at tie al a time TO J nr Max pourea lortn me wo ie awry Tbat young woman was literally swept from her feet for no eugges lion of her awful name had any effect on this persevering young man What could I do daddy when both you and my name went back on meT Betsey asked her father afterward And there was Colonel wanting mc to say yes Just as plainly as coul- dheI simply could not help myself CHAMPION HARD LUCK STORY More Than a Million In Gold Taken From Mine the First Owner Had Abandoned Murray Potts of Vancouver B C an Old Klondlker says that the cham pion bard luck story happened to a friend of his who staked claims on Su phur creek during the Klondike rush The soft of a powder manufacturer of Hamilton Ont ho started north with J10000 At Skngway be fell In with the Soapy Smith gang was re lieved of most of his money and Po ceeded to Dawson He crosscut every twelve feet and sunk holes to bed rock for a mile on Sulphur Creek This took a year and ha never got a color He was taken down with scurvy and spent three months Ina hospital Then he returned to Hamilton thoroughly dIsgusted Later a Scandinavian secured one of his claims on Sulphur Creek Mr Potts friend had failed to go to bedrock In one place mica slit being mistaken for the real article The Scandinavian went through the mica to actual bed rock took out 250000 tbe first year and a similar amount for several sea IOns after that v The claim was low er 39 on Sulphur one of the richest In the Klondike To Write Successful Advertisement No advertising Isnt writing a worldbeating announcement the first time nor waiting until everything is perfect before beginning Its making a start somehow and writing a bettei ad the second time through expert enco of shortcomings Jn the first and btltlngwind and going on and on and onIJas H Collins Not Used to It Theater ManagerYou are engaged fqr the boxofflce All you will have to do Is to receive money Thanks II think I should like to have a few rehearsals Meggendorfer Blaetter Repentance The man who repents before he is quad out is generally pretty sure that somebody has picked up the right clew Real Need of the Age We already have a thousand men who can make money to one man who can think and make other men think Century Magazine Progress a Matter of Ideals The progress of man has been measured by the progress of his ideals Blindness Is In Mankind Fortune has often been blamed for our blindness but fortune is not so blind as men areSamuel Smiles Frown on Originality In the eyes of certain persons orig inal sin is the sin of originality Ex change IMerel Part of Machine A man used as a cog In a wheel jpeaaes tp be a man Exchange f T= T J c r EARLY Bibf 3973 i j The Blue Ribbon Winner 3II Fee 1500 to Insure a Living OolI tf fi4r rf Birk Gl958IIRed 7 o I r l Sarah Hamilton 4303 Farewell newspaper wlllnever f Joe 1955 l j Chestnut Dare Hamilton 4019 Baileys LL J Chester II 14i2 Brummel ol Keninore JD Lexington At ffasUc Squirrel 58i INnnie Red Denmark 70I dincio SpaldfngsCorbeaDau Bird Chestnut 151 hands high star and snip 1909 weight about 1050 Heavy mane walkinghorseDanville Harrodsburg Perryville Stanford Springfield and last year and won Sfven blue And six winning more blue ribbons the county vthan any other in the county Be sure himhyou breed Service fee due when colt foalod when mare parted with and bred Lien tained colt secure fee to prevent accident but tot responsible any accur At same timejirid will also stand my two fine CLARK JR5jit 1Clark Jr by Dick Durhams Old and out of jennet by Big Mack lie out df je met by Gov dIClark 15 hands high years old big flafboned and has himself asuperb 10 INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK O D DICK FARRQTT JACpwill also make the season This jack fine and willing at all time This jack iCtoo for comment his enviable foritself 10 A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK W M NALLYi3 miles from town on Mackville pikeS ringfield R 5 IIOThTEQUThLII l IIAs ICowsI I IMadeI II- II hayBrewerss workinghorses I I CommonSense ood at e Common ns Price I and Alcorn are cheaper feed than and and costs little by the bag and less by the to I THE OATEJQUAL COLUMBTJSOflIo SO nItIt ro- 1 II iIIIt I Telephone 8 SPRINGFIElED KY It + iiiiIBOBUng on Boiling Lakes part of New Zeal md there are hot springs where the Maoris go heating boiling lakes There are also little holes tho earth through which the steam spouts and the native women use these laces Instead of fires for cooking Appropriate Title was the title poem aent to certain says the Laclede County Republican Its good thing the gilled authoress bade It goodby tBe edltor she see again t Mlsunderstafldlflg Inevitable Does anyone to go life being misunderstood We are sometimes mlsunderstoodrarid hear of it we are frequently misun derstood and never know ItHumphrey J Desmond L I Not by an Old Hand 1 Mrs isnt right tq charge Willie with that money Outor- your pocket Why dont you accuse aUItaJnBostQn CabeHs Brown J j jrII- l Mattie Cabells Lexingtn3234 I Dexter T Dollie o rt Dare t4 1jt9j Daunt ors 1 Beau l Sallie B J J lack Hawk 1 PhtiIi t j Cabells i J Black i Chief laI j Jewel lDau j 1 t Early is a Sorrel foaled j re4j ribbbns outside stallion to see before is or is re I q on to service Care taken should place jacks v is Clark a a Jr is 5 is a fellow proven breeder TO is in shape is ready and known specks 11 TO INSURE Ky I i IA to eI t on In of a a u remarked because It xpect through without ExeIt taking 5 1 ReliaWand CoinprehensiYeTeleplioneC Serypee- Is btrnecessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The land Telephone and give you a service that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distonce connections to all outsideimportant cities and tdvins You get exUy what you pay for Call our Managerfor further information The demand iiot for cheap service but for reliable and comprehensive tile phone service CUSlBERLANd TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY t Incorporated t i llil i i IILoulavll Jct II Bardstdwn Springfield Mattie4 CL 3 t9j fH 3Gsts WildIiidian Garrett472 Mdnficella elesewhere THE wel reputation corn fi Telegraph Company universal telephone No 41 No 431NO OlflNo fNo44No a1i Dally Sun Daily Daily Sun 1 t Ex Sun Exn Er Sun ExSunj only 430 pm 725am 010 tJmH8A am530 pm 930 am 522 920 t02 H7OO 415 840 606 1025 46 645 uSrOO 755 rI J 655 1205 th35 600 130 7lo Ar Ar Ar Lye Lye Lye t t aii I j ri11 6 DR G1T BURTON t JtKSlDENT DENTIST II All Wirk GUJra teed J PHONE 162R J tnrnoB Hagao Block up talre SPRINGFIELD KY lR J C MUDDP- ijdciiaI and Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 amll 1to2 pm aOffices over Haydons Drugstor WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW OAee oter Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY 4 DMW HYATT Office over Red Cross Urufc Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 te to 12 m 4 to 5 pm I 1 MILL1AMp Notary Public WILUSBURG KY DefMMitiont Specialty JOHN Y MAYESa- ilERllL iilBECTOB S All LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 WIQHT 74jjSPRIH5FIELD KI DR W FT TRUSTY 4PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber PentaUwork reasonable prices lU work guaranteed SPRD GFIELD KY 1 Knob Creek f StocK Frm Red Light No 2272 by Lightfoot Brummell 1524 he by Beau Brummell First dam Daisy Glenn 7611 he by Dr Cairns Glenbrook Red sorrell with stripe in fate two 14 Blockings 15 34 hands high weighs 1100 smooth sound and without iIpimple fie has been shown every year of his life excepttwo Been shown In harness rings fivegaited saddle rings three gaited saddle rings and in double team rings and has been a good winner in all named classes Has de Ie ted a great many of the best btall Kentuckya 2MarvelMcDonald Gov Beckham and too many to mention Be is a champion among champions and he is breeding very much after himself His colts are in heriting those great doing qualities of hlsalso about twothirds of those have his color He will hold his court at Knob Creek Stock Farm Larue CotKy at 826 for a living colt Mares kept on pasture at 12 per month fedI grain if desired priceSManager and Owner EARLYA handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of action and as good bone andfoot as you wpuld want He ha Si proven himself a great breeder He will make the season of 1912 at my stables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 31 miles Nortb of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 Ttlisnre1 Uving Colt EARLY is by Joel 447 he by Monte Cristo 56jbe by Montrose 106 Earlys first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker Early is the best road horse in the county At same time and place BLACK GiANT registered10 Fir a Mare and 8 For Horse Mule to Insure Living Colt Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted withor bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not sponsible should any occur YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A B HUNDLEY i Place of the Sublime In Art The beautiful Is the most useful in wt but the sublime in art Is the most helpful to mortals for It elevates tho mind Joubert If Ha Unsuccessful A woman usually likes to let other people know that her husband Is on speaking terms with prominent pen Idleness the Rot of All Sin Idleness la tbe unforgiv able slnbe caiUMh It the mother of all other ttH CitbenshipWliat8yer Christ tlaJM Bake them good clUzensDl1n i 11 Webster 1 i TOWN i Vi WfiW innHi WLocal Happenings Interes The Freshest and Latest If AIIAbout Yourself Friends jjg and Acquaintances g il McCreary Winsml Louisville Ky May 29 Specialin the Democratic con venfion held today Gov Mc Oreary was elected temporary chairman over OllieJa j sIIce Cream Freezers and Water Coolers at Barber Pettas FOR SALE Rhode Island RedI eggs 50 cenisper setting Mrs L W Tucker Wbie Guinea eggs for sale 50 cents per setting L A Barber 2 ice boxes 1 cheese knife and cracker case and paper cut tert Campbell Bros Indian Runner Duck Eggs 503 er setting of 12 pure white egg strain Miss Lido Grundy The old tried and tested Per tfection Coal Oil Stoves at Bar- erb t Pettus FOR SALEOne registered yearling Hereford Bull Also sow and 10 pgstS P Thompson Trimmed and untrimmed I hats at half price Wathen Shader i I 1 storp stone 4 coal oil stoves nd 1 nice roll top desk This tuff must go Campbell Bro Remember Leacbman Campbell when you are in the markett for refrigrators or ice boxes Leachman fc Campbell tbe place to buy your refrigrators and ice boxes Will save you money and get wdatyou want Marriage license was issued this week by County ClerkW F Booker to Thos Trent and Annie Cutsinger i liTheen at tbe school house at BookerrtMay 25 made 2095 All reported a nice timeAA big Stock of refrigrators nd Iico boxes on display at Leach bman3500 Buy now while you have ia big stock to select from Now we have 6 new saddles sets bugpy harness 2 sets wagon harness bridies lines etc that must go by Tune 10th Campbell Bros In the county court Monday will of Miss Mary B Mont gomery was probated She names as her executors Messrs JaB and T F Montgomery Dr H L Calhoun of Lexington Kv wilt assist W A Wolfe in a revival at the Spring field Christian church beginicg July 1st Thepublic is cordially invitedi to attend these meetings I will be at Tbompsonyille att Mr Clarance Graves Saturday and Sunday June the 1st and 2dI to make anything you wish in photographs Evervone invitedt Jl Forest Cusick LOSTOn last Saturday a long white kid glove for the left hand between McClure Mayes and St Dominics ceme tery Finder will please return same toMiss Sidney Comstock There will be a regular com munication of Springfield Lodgt No 50 F A M in the Mar sonic Temple Monday night June 3d Work in Fellow Oral degree K E C Lawson Master NOTICE The members of the Alumnae Association are ear nestly invited to be at St Oath arines of Sienna Academy June 10 1912 The commencement will take place Tuesday morning June 21 1912 MRS JACK CHINN Pres Messrs F S Bendetti and Ji e Coconni of Lebanon have rentettbestore room upw oc cupied by S M Campbell l and will on June 12ih open a con fectionary and ice cream parlor Tbese gentlemen have teen in business at Lebanon fcr a num ber of years and will no doubt t keep up the reputation they TOPICS 1 E I have made as uptodate business I en Say we have sold our Tease on the corner and will give pos session June 12th Campbell Bros At the U D O entertainmentt at the Opera FouseJnne3 1912 there will take place the confer ri ngfcrossesofhonor Iw foillBarberp B E Cambron J T Craycroft S A Mudd Wm 0 Mudd W B Spears J tf Smith GalIo Shewmaker H S Roberts Eth0 Walker and JB Walkero Judge B L Litsey has re ceived notiqe that Washington county is entitled to plant a tree to be known as Washington county tree on the lawn of the Capital at Frankfort Ky and h tiec liommitteeS Mayes Marshal Duncan and John Pohn to go to Frankfort to plant the treePThe LouisvilJe High School team came to Springfield last Saturday and played the local boys as it was the first game oft the season that had attracted much attention the local fans were out to a man to seethe short work the Springfield boys were going to make of the Lou- risville fellows but somehow oi other it was but a short time until a considerable rumber off hem were seen returning from the game as Springfield was never in it The score was 11 tolin favor of the visitors The Indians will be here June 4th end we want you to redeem j ourselves S Mi Campbell reports county court day as tollows Not an extra large crowd in town but it seemed that nearly everybody wanted to buy more or less cat tie and there were 115 head on t t Shefor 24 years and ne er in SfedichM Onday It seemed fo be no ttrouble to get from 25 to 30 dollars per head for small yearlings nd the sates o f registered cat il iseSeveral common and medium or3e on sale but none chang ing bands No good horses offered CregorBateman Mr ard Mrs Robert D Cregot announce the engagement o Ittheir daughter Dorothy Lillian to Mr Roy Atkins Batemant The will be I on PWednesdyhome of the brides parents Homan Mrs Cassie Homan died at her home near Willisburglast Satur day of blocd poison She was 75 j ears of age and prior to her marriage she was a Miss Owens and was a resident of Clark County Ky She was married to Mr Lee Hum n who preced ed her to the graAerour years Burial services Were conducted at Wilhsburg Saturday after noon She is survived by three children Messrs Will and John Boman and Miss Emma Homan all of this county Hardin IMrsher horne near Brush Grove lasstc Tuesday after an illness of four months of gall stones She waS 62 years of age and a life long r iident of tire county When very yourg woman she was united in Marriage to Mr Wm M Hardin who with three child ren sutyis The children are Mrs Robert Thompson Mrs Ed Grigsby and Mr Hardin She was a god charitable wo men liked by all BurialS ser vicis were conducted at Brush Grove Wtdiesdav by Rev J A Sims 4LonventionQ bite a largo numbel ofur citizens are in Louisville today attending the State Convention The County Convent n was heldI here last Saturday ftnd was tolerably well attended TheI crowd seemed Jftnanimous for Champ Clark ajrfd so instructed the delegatesto cast the vote of Washingto County IC = ALO YRWP REPsiKI r CURD3 lixnifrE TION 11 I IiLt DR V MANNING ItDENTISTl r SPRINGFIELD KY Iffices over McElroy Sb ers grocery Phone 234rR I Hours 8 to 12 1 to 41 J r jirMonday was the first dtyof tthe May term of the Was Ing1 ton circuit court with Judge I H Thurman presiding The grand jury was organized add a good strong vigorous ch irge given Court then adjou ne I u fntilpersons summoned as witn sses II prarties under bond for appearance Ia Tuesday of this week veri directed to appear on Tuesday f next week and the same was lieI r under bond for appea ance yesterday were ordered ttap pear next Wednesday The case of Commonwealth vs Er stu Holiday was continued unt the Octbber term of court The most of the civil cases wer con nued so that there wt be ttle for the petit jury o do th ere being nothing bat some criminal cases to be tried ensions for Confederates Monday being the first d v on which proof could be he rd on applications for pensions mder the new la v there were qi ite a large number of applicatio is on which proof was beard an the County Court was kept busy j during the greater part af the day as there were ten applica tions on which proof was eard They were Shelton Jeffries Wm C Mudd S A Mudd John W Burnett John T Crai cr ft J IH Canter Mrs Amanda jCIoken dolpher John E Stev nson Mrs Nannie Simms and lr W B Spears The new pension law is one that is calcul ted to do great good to these bray men who are both true Kentuckians and true Arae leaps All of the above are meri orious cases and we believe all will sOc c eed in getting the des ed re lief under the act It 5 l Closes GGraduationpringtieldGraded Scho were eld at tne Opera Hojse last Friday evening too 24th When f JVir young men and two youn ladies received diplomas which j V J the largest class graduating from the school since its estab lishment and the progran which was rendered principally by the fgraduates was pronounced by those present as being ex elaniiMr FredMayes who j having attained tbe highest Averagej during the scholastic ye r was the Valadictorian and p6k foe his subject Ecce Homol Miss Naomi Rogers IjIas the Miss May Mies was he Grumbler Rickets Bulware Orator and Ivor Roberts Poet All of the orations were he best of composition and he delivery was almost perfe t any of which would do a redit to menor women of more ge andj experience One feature of the program which deserves special mention was the performance of Father Dav king music class cc nsisting of violin solos byr1 horntbn Waters and Richard JR berts n IiTapp Ilamiltpn ertainly prodigies which is dud to their ability combined with tt e teach iing of Father Dawkins who is a past grand master io msic Mr A R Shultz was at his lbrDugbtdownoppause Miss Willa Me El roy stad Shelton Jeffres the wmnerf of the declamatory contests Jteld during the school term representedJ the lower grades wtyiBa Harry Goodlue represented tine junior class A II The Baccaltfureatej address was delivered by Projfj Harmon I BowlmgGreenlI Naomi T Rogers tMary Ef Mayand Messrs Frefl Mayes1 Chad Bottoms Ivor R berts and Ripetts Boulware rr v lotTrueT- eWe very much regn that were imposed upon la week by some person signing Is or her name B P L The arty who ever he or she may ave been j sent into this office an articleI giving an account of marriage of Mr Cleve Youn and Miss Lottie Coyle and M Jim Mil burne and Miss Lizzi Harmon in whifh the write stated said article that they were to be married at Wesley suhapel May 26 at ono oclock by Rev J A s L Sawyer Knowing the parlies about whom the article wa- mwritten and their families and ndsoftors antI believing that the article was sentby some friend Or member of the family of one of thtf families who desired it pub- lIshedl and believing that were giving them the usual ji pliments due brides and we published It in time very actI of good faith believing that were doing a complimentary toward thtfm We Were surprised on last Monday the father of tine of the jlladies I called upon us and theI d us that the whole IIwas false and that none of arties had been married that there was no reason such an article should have andIsent us We regret that matter was published and sh this for our explanation retraction of same and will La in our power to correct the wrong impression created and h tbringhepartyWe do not know as to whether 60me1unepression r whether t was the work of an irresponsible prac t ice joker In either event tht party is deserving to be frowneo down by society as dangerous and irresponsible Blankets Blankets Hava them dry cleaned wit be aoih proof after dry cleaned All kinds laces silks cotton wooibn goods and gloves drj cleaned Straw and felt hats cleanedand reblocked Dyeing a specialty Phone R Goods called for and delivered Springfield City Taifor F W Baumbauer Prop- Springfield Ky Prof PERSUNALJJJJJ Ipaont t Dr W F Trusty attended the State Dental Asociation at LouIiisyille this weekIsLlessrsrundy and W U Wharton are attending the Knights Templar Conclave at Paris this wgelrto Miss Fannie McElroy will at t recepionMiss Margarete Edelen who hUB been the gust of her father m Birmingham Ala has returned home Mr and Chas Robertson were iin Bardstown Monday Mr Doom Johnson was in town Saturday Mr and Mrs James Wha ton o ryfparents here tiMIssbeeu ibe guest of friends in Louisville bas returned home Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes have returned from Washington D C where they have been for t fahepastW L Cambron of New Hopeo is here this weekI Mrs Bryon Croake is spohd ing a few days iu Louisville Mrs Tj L Spalding has re turned to her home at Bards J town after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon Mrs W K Robertson and son Booker were in Cincinnati thisIdweek Miss Mary Waltous and t bGertruderampaFlaMiss May Mayes have returned home CommencementbJune llth has been designated as the date of the annual com ofSiennaheld in tha audiorium on the morning of this date and the ijpublicattend However on this occasion children under thirteen will wnotof adults is always sufficient to fill the auditorium But in orderl l that children may have a chance to attend the exercises a specie performance similar in every espect to th ttof commencement day will be given on June COtbas adults will be admitted lAForI1I f ffT6i KM Yw Han Always BiKM Bears the- Signature of 1J d f f i i I BD LAKE a CO jI It is time to fill your coal house We dlt Ironly the best grades of tjt 1 I i I 1and1IIJI I buy We buy andsell J IIyou Feed and Seeds of all Kids i prices are Right Your O gIicfS I1Our B1DLAKECO f edIiIi PHONE 156 SPRINGFIELD KY V I l I of Good BooksIIValue what some ve the world and Hiey are doing bow they keep thoseI iOpe awaken new courage and ootbe pain give an Ideal life to vboso hours are cold and hard bind together distant ages and foreign lands create new worlds of tocuty bring down truth from heaven f giro eternal blessings for this gUt ccd thank God for books James ivec man Clarke Ancient Vaults Exposed During heavy rains in Kildare aunty Ireland a portion of the walls f historic Kildare abbey Castleder aot became undermined and fell hen It was discovered that under cu 3k ie Ilatedthere for the last eight since the time the abbey centuriesI Mtery History Repeats Itself Not long since a restaurant was started on Tenth street Just north of Market It called the Napoleon and the name was on the window III large letters When the place failed t long after starting some cruel ag chalked under the word Napo ontat Waterloo Pittsburg Dls J tch- Grandfather Holds the Record There has been much progress of cou still we aoubt If the young m rseltlicks up the ground with a snorter thinks any more of himself than did his sturdy grand father who could make four yokes of oxen perform in front of a big load of freight out of old Jefferson Galvos n News Searches for Burled Treasure 18IA countess who lives near Rome 4Trying on a search for burled trqas 4e She found in her library an old i4 anuscript wherein was told of treasure burled in her land and diaI rections given for the excavations is saidSpiritualist to have the countess that the word of the manuscript are true Domestic ReparteeIYoU will haughtily that you proposed to me four times before I consented to mar you You wouldnt take no for an answer I remember he replied Badly It seems to me that every me you have changed your mind Ive ot the worst of it Ycuthful Juror Summoned The most youthful Juror ever summoned in an Irish court is a little six yearold lad who the other morning- attended the recorders court in Bel st with his mother for the purpose answering his name and asking be excused from serving in such toI capacityHI H Out of burning jealousy Tdraklcbli Hatano rained blows with a club onIhis wife Tchi who was asleep in senseorlessandhusband Japan Times Concentrated Wisdom Will your boy go to college 1 ont believe hell need t6 Mr Bliggins If he ever repliedI kBl1ho8018INear End of His Patience Reggy Deswclle to his tailor Weally I think I hate been very pa tient with you I promised again and gain to pay you but if you keep othering me I simply wont promise any more Fllegende Blatter True Giving- If instead of a gem or even a Bower we could cast the girt a lovely thought into the heart of a friend that would be giving as the angels iust give George Macdonald Gone and W llNlgh Forgotten An anxious inquirer wants to know hit has become of the oldfashioned man who used to go to the peniten tiary after being found guUt11To ledo Blade No License on ThatJourneyr There is no car line to heaven II 1jo1 sU Herald l Dont Go Together I has noticed said Uncle Eben dat a man very seldom has aswelled head and a big heart at one an da same time AwfuKfftMlblllty Do only objection to lettln de Jla j diet Voteatd Uncle Eben Is datl eya liable to require special hate oh eitctlon days same as Easter h = II1l I m Hal HamiW 4i3iiilI tItoIff= This fine trtUng bred stallion will make the season of 1912 at my place ont balf mile from Fredenekstown on Bardstown road at 10 To Insure a living ColtrHal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha J 28375 dam = If Elkmaid byElkhorn 13909 granddam Sarah Francis by Madrid if1835 Alpha Js dam Tallulah by Tennessee Wilkes 2735 be by tr1= George Wiles lrecQd 222 Alpha JVtanr Tallnlah for firowh Hal 16935 a I1If IIf iIf At same timeand place will stand my Jack Ji I B1aokHawkJrBlack tfIf If Old Black Hawk he by Gov Wood First arrI1Y Logan Jr 24ci at If black Jennett with good pointS He has proven io be good breeder several of his colts sold last year for 125 He will make the VasoV t t At SIO For a Mare Mule aind 8 For a Horse Mplel 11- Is E EWillServe JennetTat SI2 l fiiSWill also at the same time and place stand my Jaclc 1 1 rJOhflWF i r Ii F = By the old Dick Parrott Jackjand out of a Spanish Jennet He has proven himself a sure foal getter and hs colts speak for them selves He will make the season at ft5 6 For a Horse Mule and 8 For a Mare Mule V rjLien retained on aU colts sirekl byelther horse or jacks forservice If fee Money due when the fact is ascertained mare parted wither bred to another horse or jack Care taken to prevent accidents but = not responsible should any occur t i If STABLE HOURS 6 S am 1130 am to 1 pm and 5 to JT = = the4barnI J L HAMILTON FredericrUtovrni Ky 15ar t 1 San BreakeriiWill i mnke the season of 1912 at my farm 3 mil s from FredeI anti six miles from irn6fitld iickstqwn S 12To Insure a Coltlo Stand ndSSncil k H ii SanBreaker Trials 21712 and 216 14 brown horse 1534Ihands high f ale UW3 half brother to Meddle Connor trial OJ f ISan Breaker is by Sari Mateo 21255 heby Simmons 2744 he by George Wilkes 1st dam Jennie L to 215 l2 bY Nutbreaker ZIiihe by Nutwood 600 r t I Money due when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred elseI I where A lien retained on colts for service fee v I Jt iWill alsgat same time and place stand the fine Jack s SCt j i Governor Mack i Governor Mc is blackjack with white points IB haxmddi1ncii t 1 tffE I andhas proven himselfto be a sare foal getter He grill make thff fseason at tt8for a Horse Mule and rafOr a Mare Mute iI T W WilIetSoni i OMldren Ory FOR FLETCHERS OASTQ FMIA Haydon Robertson Havdbn WiHett = d O lit i r J 5 r v J dlj t t t i yMir su nWr ire iungr SIr r ntfue 2Ne43kIs lone cold and formal sotk1ig has occurred to detain Pr1cjnrwercd Mahaffy 1 TM lone and Ware exchanged Je Main they spoke together wkII ikaffy watched the rdad Ten 1It fe UplJtW by In this manner HicVe Fentress addressed De 1 what could have tal4 4mv he Inquired the ghost I et a Mails curling hi tUnllps IoiCi ald Makstfy and relapsed lute a Soo43 and anxious silence He held dueling In very proper abhor rue and oaly his feeling ot Intense Jut jftverdeclared loyaltyl to his trILtdkad ri thJm there t Ai ker Interval of waiting sue c kave bout Teached the end of ay JtAUcacV 1 shall Watt Just ten iBlsaUc longer said Fentress and drew out his wPih 8 Bethlng aiM happened began IgiMtI I lTJive kept my engagement he JtevM kite kept his Fentresa con tiHHti addressing Ware I am sot er TiistIiIppedJ From His Fingers Lig1Ipmj ry tjCxnaTer broightypu here for noth blmUquahI7rccnSlder this comic episode at j an end and Fentresa pocketed his wattfc lx- Scarcelyr rejoined Mahaffy His 1 long arm shot out andxthe open palmiof ill Jwid descended jpn the oasfttJace I am here for my rleiiJfI hsi1d grimly TfiecoHW tacV paled and colored by turns HiTVYoti a weapon 1 he asked when he could command his voice Makafer exhibited the pistol he had carried to Beffefrialn nhe day fore IStep off the ground Tom Fen trenspoke quietly When Ware had don Mreuested the colonel spok agalL You are my witness that 1 r atItac Ikglanced at Mahaffy who by a slight t Inclination of the head signified that he waa t reckon youre a green hand at this sort of thing comment ed Tom evilly yes said Mahaffy tersely Well listen I shall count one1 two three at the word three you wilt lire Now take your positions Mahaffy and the alonel stood faoJ9ng each other a distance ot twelve paces separating them I haffy was pale buv Jldgged he eyed Fentress f unflmclilngly QuIoal the word Yen latress fired an Instant later Mahaffys pistol exploded apparently neither bullet iiad lakeji effect the two men maintained the rigid attitude they had j assumed then Mahaffy was seen to turn oil Kls heels next his arm drop ped t6hls side and the pistol slipped from his fingers a look of astonish ItIacanthand stole up toward his heart he iaIii1itiTol with dIlcuIty as thso ugklt were held down by some in 1tiImIIJ J A husk spread across the field It Iwas UkenSiof natures Invisible tfnlltfns 4long the edge of the wooWfhejSpng ot bfrdBwas stricken Into tenck Ware heavyeyedY- entrhi1ips twist by a tortured smljeJyatched Wahaffy as he panted erre tb with his band clenched jgalSSthla breast That Jead oppres lveltitliaiisv lasted but a moment from oUlof It came cry that smote on the wounded mans ears and reakis consciousness 1itlr1iflhe gasped his words and he pitched for wardo11sl Isiyt r lJlChildren Cry for Fletchers The Kind You Hay Always Bought and which has been in use for over SO years has borne tho sIgnature of has been made under Ills per c2cmId supervision since its infancy youInt1iiAfl ut Experiments that trifle Tvltli rind endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCstrlals a liarmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It Ls Pleasant It contains neither Opium Slorphino nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms imd allays Feverishnessf It cures Piarrhoca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food tegulrites iho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PauaceaTiic 3Iothcrs friend GENUINE CASTOR1 ALWAYS ABears the Signature of The Kind You Save Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years rr srnccT cmr w yare and Fentress bd heard the cry too and running to their horses threw themselves into the saddle and galloped off The judge midway of protestto the highroad and vanished from sight and the judges shaking legs bore him swiftly in the direction of the gaunt figure on the ground Mahaffy struggled to rise for he was hearing his friends voice now the voice of utter dngulsh calling hi name At last painful effort brought him to his knees He saw the judge clothed principally In a gaily colored bedquilt hatless and shoeless his face sqdden and bleary from his nights debauch Mahaffy stood erect andi staggered toward him his hand otar his wound his features drawn ant Jlvld then with a cry he dropped at te friends feet Solomon Solomon And the judge knelt beside him Its all right Price I kept your appointment whispered Mahaffy a bloody spume was gathering on his lUps and he stared up at his friend with glassy eesiIn very shame the judge hid his face In his hands while sobs shook himSolomon youdoThe harsh lines on the dying mans lace erased themselves Youre the only friend Ive known iIn twenty years of loneliness Price Ive loved you like a brother he panted with a pause between each word Again the judge burled his face in his hands I know it SolomonrI know It he moaned wretchedly Price you ard still a man to be reckoaed with There the boy take your place for his sake and keep it you can I willby God I will gasped the judge You hear me You hear me Solomon By Gods good help I wll1 You have tbo presidents letter I saw It said Mahaffy in a whisper Yes cried the juge Solomon the world Is cbangbtg fOr us For me most of all murmured Mahaffy and there was a bleak in slant when the judges ashen countenance held the full pathos of age and failure Remember your oath Price gasped the dying man A moment of silence succeeded Mahaffys eyes closed then the heavy lids slid back He looked up at the judge while harsh lines of hIs sour od taco theII ened wonderfully Kiss me Price1 he whispered and as the judge bent to touch him on the brow the soft ened lines fixed themselves in death while on hjlips lingered a smile that was neither bitter nor sneering CHAPTER XXXII The Judges Grandson In that bare upper room they had shared the judge crushed and broken watched beside the bed on which the dead man lay unconscious of the flight of time he sat with his head bowed In his hands having scarcely altered his position since he begged those who carried Mahaffy lip the narrow stairs to leavo hint alone with his friend He was living over thb past He recalled his first meeting with Ma haffy in the stuffy cabin of the small river packet from whlqh they had later gone ashore at Pleasantvllle he thanked God that it had been given him to see beneath Solomons forbid stanedheartthe almost insensible growth of their InUmacy he remembered Mahaffyrs fine true loyalty at the time of his ar rest he thought of Damon and PvthleMahatfv had reached thu I iNkTJIFS ESSENCE Ifacfed l rom Forest PlantS NIptlIrbs law are perfect but disease follows if these laws are riot obeyed Ge MMujfftie Mture for the cure to the forest there arc mysteries here that We 3t filMM tef you Take the bark of the wililchcrry tree the root of mandrake 4se93 root queens root b1cidroot and golden sent make cien 1 ij ji Bh lfe extract of them with just the right proportions and you have at4r Pierces Golden Medical Discovery k foelcDr Pierce with the assistance of two learned chemists eight years of k jMtrd work eiptrMteating to make this pure giyccriai extract and alterative oi the frMtMt fteiwMy ud without the use of a particle of alcohol sc Just th sort of remedy you need to make rich red t 1blood and cureithat lassitude and feeling of nerve exhaustion JfI Dr Pierces Golden Medical DiScovery bcors the stamp of 1 PUSLIC Arrnovu and has sold more lartely in tife past forty Years than any other blood purifier nn stomach tonic 4 Some time ao I sot out of hcalthznv stomach seemed to be the r eat of the trqatie writes Ite of ell Kans 4 sIfI IIcommenced to doctor with an doctor at horn as well ojwILh jpedalUt on itamach and digestive orzans INane Marfcd to do any in fact most of the medlclnea did me tarm Finall3 vrrotu to Dr Pierce BnSaH N V who replied that I had liver com 4 ptat with lndtcetion and constipation and rdyiced DrfIcrcea Golden Me3leaI Dleeoery and ileasant 1eUetse Y and rellcts have put me on ar feet agam J 21 PTbDltoCOVery tDcedAl IctmldnothsrverccoTcn1 t boat them1 LWLz4LNc Df pierces pfcsaoatpKUct are tor it Jllll1 neignts ut a Bionmo oirvoaon no could only feel ennobled that be bad Inspired itIAt last the dusk of twilight In vaded the room He lighted the can- dIes resumedtude Suddenly he became aware of pP rtleon tIs arm and glnncrf f bad PtolcS ill The 11i t4 st iS rri the bti2 jwjc hat r Mahaff lie co etl he aJfa he asked in a whisper Yes dear lad began the Judge in a shaking voice as he drew Hannibal toward him your friehd and mine is deadwe have lost him He lifted tne boy into his lap and Hannibal pressed a tearstained face against the judges shoulder low did you get here the Judge questioned gent ly IJncle Bob fetched me said Hannibal Hes downstairs but he didnt tell me Mr Mahaffy was dead We have sustained a great loss Hannibal and we must never fotget the moral grandeur of the man Some dart when you are older and I can bring myself to speak of it I will tell you of his last moments The Judges voice broke a thick sob rose chokingly in his throat Poor Solomon A man of such tender feeling that he hid It from tho world for his was a rare nature wLich only revealed itself to chosen few he hoabred with his Ithe The jjudge lapsed into a mo Do You Mean We Aint Going to Pore Any Longer Grandfather SeI mentary brooding silence In which his great arms drew the boy closer 111leftishing knowledge has come to lnoI 1Iter You must not caJI me judge any more I am your RrandfaUier your mother was my daughter Hannibal instantly sat erect and looked up at the judge his blue eyes wide with amazement at this extraor dinary statement His a very strange story Hanni m1handsI already know I who thought that not a drop of my blood flowed In any veins but my own Jive again In you Do you understand tttiat I am tellng you You aro my own dear little grandson = and the judge down with no uncertain love and loolfedI into the small face upturned to his I am glad If you are my grand father judge said Hannibal very gravely I always liked you Thank you dear lad responded the Judge with equaTgravlty an1 then as Hannibal nestled back in hIs grand fathers arms a single big tear drop ped from the end of that gentleman prominent noses There will be many and great changes In store for us continued adversitywith l able to endure prosperity with equnnJI mlty only unworthy natures are a fected bY what Is at best superficial and accidental I mean that the blight of poverty is aboutto be lifted from our llvefu Do you moan we aint going to beIL pore any longer grandfather Hannibal J askedI The judgo regarded him finite tenderness of expression ho was profoundly moved Would you mind saying that again dear IadUIDo you Tgcan We aint going to bo pore anllonger grandfather rep ated Hannibal I shall enjoy nn adequate I compe tency which I am about to reeoyI t will bo sufficient ortlH inriul3lSte I 55 j I iii i MOO Pear14O394if Record 228i trial 2 18 J1 Bay Horse 15 3 htmc hjh h weight 125Q Ibs foaled 1903 Sired by Moko 24457 sire eVi of tu r Ul tfiDhrStJWi IL make the season at lhe Pair Grounds at c v i 15 tto Inure a Living CoJtor1O ashatTiiue of Service I IMo 24157 ff toi lumps l 203 14 J Sire of 79 in Yorke2UJ4 Including 230I 205 Nat e 3 2t161 Siiver- Silk 4it 2lSj Susie N 3 209 Gomoko 219 Also siro Ipf the dam of Thl HarT vester 0l if IIIi IRecordi foam of Mk ib ltia- rlI8 If 8 a R J i Money due Wi cot is mare patV9d with brrd elslwhere tt propose to cultivate for the jfuture In spite of himself tho judge sighed th his YIdeals was no longer his You will be ry rich Hannibal The Qulntard laqsyour- grandmother was a Qulntardj will bo yours they run uplinto the tiundred thousands of acres hereabi utf this IIof will be yours as soon s I can sh your Identity Uncle Bob be rich bo in IWI HannibalIlalnly HOW can he be poor when we possess wealth nswered the judge You reckon he will ah live with us dont you I would not have it oth admire SJr Yancy he is IYS and direct and tit for any under heaven except that of fopls treat mont nf you has placed TIB nml r everlasting obligations he si all shareit what have My one b tter un availing regret is that Solo son MathaflY will not be here to p rtake 01I our altered fortunes And he JUncleJ got hurtin a duel grandfatb r7 said HannlnliHe was as inexperience d as a child in the use of firearm arid he had to deal with scoundrel who had neither mercy norgeuerouS Ceellngj but his courag was jnaghll cent i Presently Ilajinlbal wnsd cp in his account of those advcjituri s he had shared with Miss Betty tAnd Miss Malroy wher is sho now asked the Judge in the l1rs- tpae of the boys narratlt Hhes at Mr Bowens hi use MrI Carrlngton and Mr Cave dish here tooMrs Cavend i aroI down yonder at the Bates Ornntlfather it were Capta n Murrell who ad mestoicdo yaw eckon hei was going to take me ba k to Hladen I will see Miss MalTO In tho morning We must comblt oOur in terests are Identical Th ro should be hemp in this for marc than neI scoundrel n can see now how crim- Inal my disinclination tg p ish myself to the front has been salt the judge with conviction Never ajjaln will shrink from what I know t be a pub lie duty little later they went i ownstairs where the judge had Yanfc make upI a bed for himself and H innlbal on tIre floor He wuld wat alone beside Mahaity he was cj rtain this would have been the dead l ian8 wish then h said good night Kid mounted heavily to the floor above to resume his vigil and his ngt CHAPTER XXX l Crisis at the Coup Houce Juat at daybreak Yancjf was roused hv the jrpenire of a ll rd en hls shoulder and oppnitig 11eycs saw SDrosovory jirosppct of troubii get your rifle and come Ynncy noted witfme rospect of troublo seemtd he judge a Pleasur able ini eetl ho and cjulte suppressed lost his melanchol former ait of hnlI I let you sleep thlnkit you need ed tho rest the Judge w nt ci Uut everslacp midnight weve been on tho verge of riot and posslb bloodshed Theyve arrested John tfurrcll Its claimed tres planned airlie rebel lion A man named ilujis who had wormed his way Into hiJ confidence made the arrest He crt tled Murrell Into Memphis but thei ocaI magis trate Intimidated mos likely declined td have anything to do with him In spite w this Hues managed to get his pris i er lodged in jail but along about nlj tfall the sit untlon began to look 4 Ious Folks were swarming into tqv n armed to the teeth and Hues r4 lied Murrell across country to RaleES Ycssald Yancy f JIWell the sheriff hai refused lo take Murrell into custodK Hues has him down at tho cour house but whether or not he is gal gto be ablp to hold him Is another mutter Yancy and HannIbal ii d dressed bY this time and the Judge led tho way from the house The Sratcfi hub r streetIwhom were armed stQO in front ot Peglpos tavern Gland gin the dllrccilpn of tbo ourtbo fse he Eorvcd that tho square iofpro It held other groups But what impressed him more was the ominous silence thaf svrywhrejtthls eJbowlli aron Wilkes 4768 Record = 18 Sire 19 in 210 Sirebf 152 in 230 Sire of dams 189 Grandsire of 714 t Queen Ethel Dam of 3 in 230 Granddaro of in Hinder Thomas 40393 ireoflin230 Sire of dam of 30 1 Isolerie Damof Little Pearl 221 pranddam of Moko Pearl 8M George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 207Grandsire 3160inBellePatchen Great brood mare Strathmore 408 230Sire 2 Graiidsire of 228 in 3fq Princess Ethel Great brqod mare Hinder Wilkes 8C85 Sire of 48 in 230 Sire of dams of 15 Grandsire of 13 in 230 rleralga Dam of sire r PlumstoneJ32C9 Sire of itm 230 Sire ofdams of 4 Alice Loraine Grand dam of Little Pearl 221 dam of Moko Pearl 2281 en foaled or 1U i we A A holding i 6f of IVja very YancYII0118 friends have gathered for a res ctie T lores a sprinkling of he bet ter element but only a sprinkling I saw Judge Morrow this morning at four oclockI told him I would obj llgrte myself to present for his con sldtrHtton evidence of a striking andI whichishotld lie hold to await the action of iiort grand jurythIs was after a iUR with Huts1 guarantee his safetyflr the man refused to llisten to meI He showed himself ut terly devoid of any feeling of public duty Tub bitter sense of failure hantThe situation made its demands on jt poerutactor IThey had entered Pie ourthous square On the dteps of the building Belts was arguing loudly with Hues who stood IiTtbo doorway rifle In hand Maybe youdont know this is court ty property the sheriff was saying Jnd that you have taken unlawful possession of it for an unlawful pur pose I am going to open them doorrf1 keepimoney has bought and paid for While he was speaking the judge had pushed his way through the crowd to the foot of tho steps That was very nicely said Mr Belts observed tine judge He herIknow that Morrow has left town the judge went on J aint got nutJiin to do with Judge Morrow Its my duty to see that this building is ready for him when hes a mind to open court in it You are willing to assume the re sponsibility of throwing open these doors inquired the judge affably I shorely am said Belts Why some of these folks are our leading people The Judge turned to the crowd and stroke in a tone of excessive civility Just a word gentlemen the sher iff is right It is your courthouse and you should not be kept out of It No doubt there are sonic of you whoso presence in this building will sooner or later be urgently desired We are going to let all who wish to enter but I beg you to remember that there will be five men inside whose prejudices are all in favor of law and ordor He pushed vast Hues nOd entered the courthouse followed by Yancy and Hannibal Well let em In khcro I can talk to em he said almost gallI Besides theyll come in anyhow when they get ready so thero 8 no settee In exciting them In the courthouse Murrell bound hand and Toot was seated between Varrlngton l hlJuriteesj bench Fear and suffering had blanched his unshaven cheeks and giveilla wild light to his deeply sunk on eytis At sight of Yancy a smoth ered exclamation broke from his lips be had aWposed1 this man dead these many months Hues hal abandoned his post and tthe crowd uddenlY grown clamorous stormed thq narrow entrahce One of the doors boNW from its hinges went down with a c It43h Tho Judge a fierce light f1ashln from his eyes turned to YancyINo matter what happens this fel llow Murrell Is not to e capelt he calls on his friends to rokuO him be is to be shotl The hall was filling with shearing struggling men the hoot shdPk be neath their heavy tread thea they burst Into the courtroom and saluted Murrell with a great shout But Mnr roll bound in rags and silent hJs dOjdepressingl something of his unrestralncdlawless ness go from him Less noisy now the crowd spread itselfi out among the benches or swarmed up Into the tiny gallery atjthe back of the building Man after man had hurried forward latent on passing beyond the railing but each had encountered the judge formida ble and forbidding and had turned aside Gradually the many pairs of eyes roving over the little group rounding the outlaw focussed thorntselves on Slocum Price It was in un conscious recognition of that moraltforce which was his a tribute to the elm dlsaitv of his unshaken courage aJ I Ionianam Dolly 3iis Mam Patchen Sally Chorister Hambletonian 10 r Lady Waltermire Volunteer 55f Pt hackess Red Wilkes 1749 Lady Almont 1Il Harry Plummer WiG I Bernardsville Maid Homer 1235 t Pickaniny =wnat ne wouio oo ncns ciar siderlng He was charmed to hear his name lipIsquared his ponderous shoulder And made a gesture conynanding silence Battered shabby and debauched he was like some old war horse who sniffs the odor of battle that the wind iincontinently brings to his nostrils Dont let him speak cried a voice and a tumult succeeded Cotl and Indomitable the Judge wait for It to subside He saw that the cjlor was stealing back into Mur rells face The outlaw was feeling that he was a leader not overthrown tbese were hIs friends andtioIlowers his safety was their safety too In a lull in the storm of sound the judge attempted to make himself heard but is words were lost In the angry roar that descended on him Dont let him speak Kill him Kill him A score of men sprang to their feet and from alt sides came the click of rifle and pistol hammers as they were drawn to the lull cock The Judges fate seemed to rest on a breath He nIcurt nod to Yancy and Cavendish who falling back a step tossed their guns to their shoulders and covered Murrell A sudden hush grew up out of the tumult the cries angry and jjeering dwindled to a murmur and n dent pall of silence rested on the crowded room The very taste of triumph was InI Icont Let Him Speak Kill Him Kill Him the judges mouth Then came a motion at the back of the bulld comI A ripple of comment and Colonel Fentress elbowed his way through theI crowd At sight of his enemy jjudges face went from white to theI while his eyes blazed but for the mo meat Jthe torce of hIs emotions left im Speechless Here and there as o advanced Fentress recognized a friend and bowed coolly to the right and does this ridiculous mockery mean he demanded harshly Mr Sheriff as a member of the bar 1 protest Why dont you clear the building He did not 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