Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on June 9, 1928 · Page 4
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UECATUR HERALD iArURDAY,JUNE9, 1928. UEUATUR HERALD £Bi · iIIBIIH tm I!«TB II» 91) · i · il · II Will! i · IIIIBII HiV ,«i»Biii«M · II · II Farmer Brown's Boy Interferes Farmer Browns lloy was do\vn In the swamp looking foi the f.iruly of Longblll the Woodcock \o\\ tec he ·was doing hid bcit t keep ii ick as long as possible ot the oung \Vood- cock So cveiy tU\ w h e n he pot a chance, he -went to look foi them By this time Mis Loii'-blll had come to understand th.it he me ..nt them no haim So she p d luni \ i i . l ttle Attention Put 1 ( i 0 1 HL i pi. jnlttcd the f i i i i U . u l ' w h i c h I c h.ut permitted w h e n she \wis -.lUint, on the egg-) You see Mu r / o n ' b l l l had K n o w n Just ns w e l l as o u 01 1 w o u l d lu\ e k n o w n that the oi f. i could n it po 1 - «lbly take r,uo of t h e m -I p ' l h c \ coukln t urn aw i v t u r n i m PI They hnd to i r n i u . i j u t \ \ h ^ i e tliev ·V.KIC So he h i d i on m u d \ i t h tiirni B u t n o w I h r t r j o u n ; \ \ o o d rock ( ould lonl, out toi t ' u m i h c s to n ret tarn exk it s Mi l , i n f r b i l l f l l t l n t feel the necr-.sitv oC bunj, f|liltc so t i u s t f u l tti )ho had been ·vith the f j ,,· Faimei H i o w n s T oj w is h u n m p r a lot about W o o d c o c k m l then ^a ^ You k n o w I m m e i J t u \ i\ s 3 Joy Ij a v o i y good o v c i \ ( i 'I his lay he uas c.U 1 o i in old t u m p Jiom w h u l i hr coul I i qiu c i distance betv pen t h e t n '1 lu \ \ o o d cock f a m i l y had be n f i p d i n i * w t near him H( h-d hud a lot ot fun watching the jounf,' \V odco It f,et their f h b t les'foni in b o i m ; n f ' o i worm's At f l i t t tin v li id nut h i d long b i l l s I kc t h r u p u c n t - , but thty h a d g t o w n \ P I V f u t and then bilh had frown w i t h thorn . o tint T)y now they Inrl bpf nil Lo look ii K»od deal like t h d i p mils 'Uu had fed along u n t i l f i n i U \ t b hud cll'iappcaicrt aninii' t h f t i n 1'armei lit o w n To\ ' t i l it t h c i c on the old s t u m p It v i- \ o i \ nice lown t h c t c foi It \ i a be i i t i t u l m o i n l i g and h( l i In t f 1 h k n i o v i n f f on I/o ig ago hi h.id li u i i u d ·that tho \vny to 10 tin its out of looti Is not to f o I c n k i i i ' [oi tliem but to let them c o n i c t ) hi 11 scamp Is doing down heic" ita Shadow Is Incited Shadow \\as innning with his nose to the giound He lan this way, he tan that way, he lan tho other -way He twisted and tinned and lan fiom side to side, all the time with his nose to the giound 'lies following the hacks of ' "Shadow tho \\ciiscl!" he exclaimed imdoi Ins bicath bomtboch ' thought Faimei Biown's Poy Now, I wonclci who can have btcri tilong h e i e iccently enough to h a v e l e f t a f i c h beent fahadow is following that as if it were peifectly f i L h ' He was appi caching the s t u m p \ \ h e i c Faimct Blown s Boy was sitting and then it came to F a i m c i Blown 3 Boj Yes sii like a Clash it came to him "Its those Woodcock lie 11 attei " exclaimed Faimei B i o w n s Bo, and he spiang to hib feet The i n s t m t he m o \ e d Shadow the We isel j u m p e d back, but faced him, showing his teeth and splttinf like an an? iy cat It leallv wag f u n n y to t h i n k ot buch a little fellow as Sh ulow feailessly facing uch a f f i c a t giant as Faimei Biawn's Bo JHit 1'aimci B i o w n s Bo dicln t stop 'o t h i n k of that He looked foi a it to bo CM, M t U - i R Hll t'un n o i Kut^no" ^V 0 rt h l ° W ^ Shad r, - l l be ston bv mounj, ib u' s- ' ^" shadw S ° ' F i o u n s J'o i l t m * *tlll In the h r p e Ih it hi- \.otild --_ i BomethlnK m o i e of I n t e t r t H U I P c n n i i f h li" c'ld '1 lo^r K e e n fYfl of hl! , m n m o ' e m i n t ome distance b u k At Ir i t hr t h o u ht he !aw ' o m r t h l i v ' n n v t buf w a r n he looked n g i u i t u i o » i n o t l i i p * to he -cen H O U P V C I 1" V e n t J| fjoi f i x e d In I h a l r l n c i l u r . nd prc'irntlv he ·, iw it i " i l i ' -1 \ \n\ the \\ e i el ' lu e %cl i ned i i 11 h t h r c i t h ' ,\"ou T v o n d e i i n t II it "nFAoAn/7""" k i c k i n g at him He m u h t ,is well luuc tiled to kick a it illy tuily shadou Shadow the Weibcl ineicly dodged then ho tan around Faimei Bto-\\ns Boy and c o n t i n u e d hib h u n t 'I here wns just one thin? 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