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ESTABLISHED IN 1883t J t tt fl Ii I NEWSERIESVOL XIX ir25 spiNGFiELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 20 012 6 0 I fMeLE BTEUDIESne SND SHE WAS A SINNER 1 Luke vli 365oJune23 Fattklyl ft the tayinn ami icorthy of all acrtptatloa thai CAritf Jttut come iMo world to tart lnnmnl Timothy I J5 IhJ i soIIgIonipose reconciliation with God by wor s 1yoorben ben Rods Have any touch of s m1 k1ptittiy for humanity The Bible alono iIofiI etb His love toward us In that while we were yet sinners Christ Medtorj the ungodly Romans vsDivine has been still further linmtt t to bo Justified by faith and sanctified by the ir7= rngb rrsts otTer j resiiJointheirs with Je gpdpmtures tell of Gods pursuing Love and r Vrr Mercy He Is un willing that any ihould perlsB but iwt woman hath wills that all shall GnollJtedJlv fct- have an opportunity to turn to Him lIt Is for this purpose that Messiahs Kingdom trill be established with full power In due time It will bring the salvation for which the poor groaning creation has so long waited It will com ih the tnnnlfestntlon ot the Sods oodRomniis vlil 19diA Woman Who Was a Sinner Who can read the Gospel narratives 5heVFriend of sinners as wins charged by the Pharisees And Is not this the feature of the Bible which specially commends it With the exception of wilful sinners whom we must hope are few therecomes a time w heo sin Is Been in Its true color and Is detested J Then Is the time when tbe Gospel Mes sugefromtJeFrleqd of sinners spo dally appeals All seem to know in sUn tlvely that Jesus stands ready be the Helper ofnll who come to tli1by Fattier through thin a Jesus had accepted an invitation to n Pharisees house The dinner had gun DAfter the cnstota they reclined upon low tables or couches While the dinner was progressing a thwomandeepIypenItenenered Shohadln Ijer hand some precious perfume with which ShelIntended to anoint the Sa viors feet liar heart was full and tears gushed from her eves upon His ptJsbe intended to honor Ix o9enlng her hair the woman used a it as a towel regardless of the fact that it was considered dishonorable to let down her hair In public she dried the feet and poured the precious perfume asnn honor One whota she inhndtiezrdTwoTebtora and Their LovesThe host of the occasion watched Jesus tosee how He would receive this devotion saying In his heart If this Man were a proph dvt1clitt the woman Is disreputable ILe iJ i would bid her not if to touch Film Je c49 SUB knew bidi thoughts andrswered A had two uscreditori one owed llve hundred pence and the other fifty IrankIyIorgare payIMmand he forgave hem both Which of them vlll love hlmvmost The iPharlsee replied 0SUPPOSe to whom most was for gj VenV Jesus agreed with him VThen Jesus made application of the mutter tturning to the woman He sibto Ills host Socst thou this woman who washVdmy feet with her tears and IWilled theiUtlwIth her hair You ore the blrtpr the olrnslon yet you did not offer jxiu water for tbe washing of ind1Mrlu1o to those whom we desire to jioner Yoirgave Ale no kiss but this lY vouuin bas repeatedly kissdI feet II yiYou dId clot nnolrit My head with oil hut tie Jin tti a nol isi My feet There fore r sums whHh arc many are for given for she lured miuh But to ivjiqm 1llfilexlR forplv u the wune lov ithrittle And He snlil to the omnn Thy slits are forgiven j nut this to extent un illustra tion iiinl un ex pin nut Ion of the fact tliiil tliHtitnjority of Huse who love tbe litinl most JtrtllbUR realize thofr own nodfvd manlfstrxl In IMIIO Is It not true ii 1ny also ilint those who are most iiiril IinVe rinvsMinillniy less love Ttils sliutit not lie the raise bow Vvrr The fCIIdtlflllilt ought cia ur IllyTo be the niU ttlilp to lote ancIto Hjijinvlnte JMvliie uoiclnpss and love itnathe nniVe willing to present their llHtuli In ilvlneervlreI- linxe pns ni ItuiiirriHl Who is this Jlijit even toreros Mnsy The only sat 1rsicJory jitiswer Is that lit Is the lIe rtpemer of the world lie was then r proecsmc of rendiTltij tip Lila lwrlllr- e1urdlnrIU Ills rflvenrtnttrie bnduu lIanrlfblrefllrrtutell the woman tlttiLTher sins were forgiven Very Fond of Smith IYouaro fondr0f Smith rent you oVeifir es He hasnt much character gNoL I i His manners are bearish Br IdullITrue 1 4 Then wh tao you Und so attract lye in him He has never asked me for a thing Newark News r r i Jw rllB News leader PERI foCUE IlNew Parable of the Oxen i 1A rather sporty young fellow ta wtha who th1ievesj work from fcis employes Tbe w clerk who prided himself on his cleverness decided he would kea little time off so he asked his employer for a vacation of three or four days 1in order that he might be treated r a nervous disorder The en oyer gave his consent rather waurlyThat afternoon while the citungproprietor casually told the fol io wins story IOnce upon a time there were two oxen one a hard working ox the othera shiftless animal who ipreferreU resting to work sugOne morning tho shiftless ox confided to the other tbat he was going to slip away for a day or two to sample some new pasture ground Dont tell the master I have gone for I shall return before my absence has been discovered he thsaidcThelazy one departed Twa days later he returned I Does the master know I ha jieyeI believe so was the reply Did he seem angry Ii Nnno I cant say that he d the dutiful ox answered But are you quite sure that did not make any comment the other persisted II Quite sure was the positive rejoiner If thats the case the other said 1 may as well goagiain next week dlsuppose you may Lthe stayathome said quietly the way I forgot to mention that I noticed the master in very earnest conversation who the butcher this mornng Before he left that evening e employe who had asked for stkjoldJni eniptoyerjha he was fueling much better and had decided not o leave Lip pincotts Magazine What Texans Admirn is hearty vigorous life according to Hugh Tollman of San Antonio We find he writes that Dr Kings New Life Pills surelv put new life and energy to a person Wife and I believe they arlthe best made Excellent for ach efor Vindney troubles 25 cts at Haydon Robertson Found Gold In Water For sixty years water worth 6 a galon has flowed from tile hillside on the Stoops brothel faim in Canoe township puny sutawey Penn quenching the thirst off man and beast and formingf a wallow for pigs ac cording to Dr Wise a prominent dentist Skeptics and uobhevers in the Bonanza story of Dr Wise have been s ileoced by the story of David bicops one pff he bachelor brothers who own the frm Stoops declares Ihat Dr Wie while on a tour of the country looking Ot or siine land stopped at their home for dinner After he had finished eating he caled fo a glass of water ami on drinking it mentioned the fact that the water contained min erals After having the water analizd Dr Vide declared that he had assayed 6 worth of gold Ho the gallcn Dr Vise apd the Stoop brothers then entered iiuj to a partnership to procure a r DestTOysI Dandruff Ayers Hair Vigor keeps the Vdestroysgreatly promotes the growth of the hair You tjtainlya dressing for your hair It keepsthehair soft and smooth and promptly checks any falling of the hair It opes not color the hair and cannot injure the hait or scalp Consult your doctor about th SAskDfAyersb the1 AYEn co A machine that would extract gold from water Dr Wise declares the machine is being built in Chicago cand will be delivered is year when they will begin th broeDo theradoExThe Scribe Wasnt Crazy The Post is indebted to a friend who writes the following letter from Vincennes Ind A convention of newspaper fienI s being held in Indianapolis and in being shown over the y they were taken through the insane asylum One of theI inmates thinking it was a body of new recruits said to one of them Why are they putting you in here The reply was I have been sent here as a re it of trying to make a living running a country newspaper Why mart said the inmate thats all a mistake you ate not crazy youre just a dn fool Marion Pogt Escapes an Awful Fate A thousand tongues could not express e gratitude of Mrs J E Cox of Joli 111Tfor her wonderful delivertmce from an awful fate Typhoid pneumo nia had left me with dreadful cvugh she writes Sometimes I had such ful SolI could get no help from doctors treatment or other medicines till I used Dr Kings New Discovery nut I owe my life to this wonderful remedy for scarcely cough at all now Quick safe an tondtroubles Every bottle guarantee f0c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Work For The FditorO It is said that anyone can be an editor All an editor has to o is to sit at his desk six daya in the week four weeks of the month and twelve months Df the year and edit suph stjitf as this Mrs Jones of Lost Creek let a can opener slip last week and cut herseiritvlhe pantry mischieyious lad of Math erton threw a stone and struck a companion in tthe alley last Tuesday John Due climbed van the roof of his hous last week look ginghimself on the backpotch While Harold Green vas e corting Miss Violet Wise horn a church Saturday night a saM t d stogGreen on the public square Isaac Trimmer was playing with a cat Fiiday wtieti it scratched him on the veranda Mr White while harnessing a brot c 10 last Saturday was kicked just south of the 1tcrib Macks Monthly Our Smallest Library A curious little building is situated at Pinebluff North Carolina and is be Iblievedrary in the world Pinebluff Is only a small place with a population of summcrlllJdlibrary they found themselves without a building suitable for the purpose Finally a gentleman offered them a bandstand which he had built in tho hope that Pinebluff would soon become a city and the offer was cepted with thanks By giving enter werGotablb als to fill in the openings of the bandstand and generally fit It up into a snug little building Over 500 books have been given and the tiny library of which Pinebluff is very proud now in Cull working orderFroin June Wide World Looking for a Grievance There is nothing quite so easy to find as a grievance It can be inado to order In a seconds time no innIng rial other than the imagination necessary By being on the watch for insults and injuries 6ue has little time for the sweet enjoyntents of life Plenty of work Is the best for sensitive Individuals remeiJjI iliselfcontroldetermInatiOn Halt of ones griefs are only imagin ary Have you ever wished you might have returned to you the precious hours spent in suffering over noth Ins I We all need worK We all need rest But above all we need the proper light of understanding that keeps clear from the pits of argument the swamps of morbidness the stumbling blocks of worry and grief l t Helpless LByJbveM said finks that was ttough Heres a big lot of pianos de stro ed by fire up In Syracuse The fire department was utterly beipleIkeci What was too trouble as Zanypate biting IJlstantJyIWhy the hose couldnt play on the piano explained Blnks whereupon everybody In the club was Invited in to enpoy wassail at the expense of the party of the second part Harpers Weekly I Feud Spirit is Rife In reathittI Lexington L N is was ught here from Jaidc 01 to effect that since tin cent assassination of Sheriff EJ U tl lahan tllit farmers livli in tbo Long Creek section of realhut county where the vsja snation took place are afraid ltwork in their fields for fear of it isassins bulIetsand that the I inen arid foritheThe authorities so ar have failed to apprehend the ssassms of Cullalmn and this las contributed lo the fear t tat will ptlThe report stacs furtb r ttmt a bitter fueling existsj hjjirveen the henchmen of the 011ans and the members of the SraithDea ton JJohnson faction vho ate accused ol milling Call un and and that another outbreak is looked for at any timetIn Johnson5utherlandUti IS On Wednesday tJuodi2th at Seelbachs Hotel LjuisyiOlei Miss Mary Lillian Jql nsoni of 13j I 6qthir1andmarried by Rev G Daniel 1 juf Bldoaifield Thy itPiuUnts were Mr Jljdo Bibvvn of- Blouratiold acid Miss E a Athcr of Atnenonvilk The bride is the d14ghiter of Mr Logan TohusJV Boston land is a pretty and Itractive yo tSSungfl of Mr D B ty therland acaplin aluAfer the ceremony Mr and Mrs Sutherland left jr an ex it tended trip lu Chicago nd northern points They iill by it home at Chaplin pardstywn Standard i Tho Demons of Ih Swamp ase mosquitos As they sj ng they put deadly malaria germs ii the blood Then follow the icy chills id the lires of fever The appetite ics strength fails alss malari the way for deadly typhoii tric Hitters kill arid caste tthe germs from thr germs fr the malariaive you a fine appetite ai strength After long sufr wrote Vm Fretwell of t tthree bottles drove al the from my system ande h g l hcaltheVlr since lest for cl- iineh liver and kklne ills Soc at Haydon Robertson Then They Hit Up ie Sirup While on n western t ur in connec tion with certain investigations of tbe committee on Indian n rirs Sonat6r Carroll E Pago of VeriiDnt happened tto get in conversation ith a man at Ashland Wls From Vermont liucfeled the Oian Why I was bori at Uwaiitou Vt So was said the jenator My father ran st e on Merch ants row in Swanton So did mine repfle tho Vermont senator My father dealt In bi ea and wool j did mine echoq Ac senator y father was a ni amber the fin of Pge Sanboni Co So was mine cried Senator Page with a twinkle in his fro Shake And theyshook heartily In this unexpectedr the sons of the old Vermont part jrs had met after years and tradition has it that they went off quietly arip in or a feast of maple sirJp in memory lot bildhood days at Swanton In the Green Mountain s tcJoo Chap ipies NewsLetter The Burnt cUd A rural clergyman nisscd onb of his parishioners sevdial successive Sundays from his pine in church and whenho met tho abse ep one day he said Well Willfam I hArent seen you at church for some tine No sir I have reaions for etayln away Oh you have And vhat may your reasons be I shoulclj Iko to explain them away if possible Well sir I doubt f youll manage that They arb ver decided objec tions Tho first is at I dont be hove in beln where 0 le does all the spcakin the second i that dont believe in so much sing as we get In your chuBch the thlrt and last and most Important reasor of all is that it was in your church that I got my wife Trying to Obe Orders He was a budding uthor and his wife determined tha his train of thought should not trammeled by domestic worries sail to the new mud Now Jane you want any thing always come to mo Never go to Mr Bookmaker unless I am put A fewdays later th re wasa knock at Mr Bookmakers dy door and in reply to the Usnal Vome the now maid fresh and p tty appeared Please sir she Bwp Mrs Bookmaker said I was ner to disturb you unless shewas out M rWelll said ilr B kmaker Inqulr InfIYShes out sfr Lgjplncotts Maga zine H LEBANON LOCALS IFrom The Enterprise aged 55 le adti0f sI judged of unsound mind in county court and on Wednesday taken asylumhas been in poor health fQr some conlditionbeI attributuble to that fact Artichs incoiporating tlmeMa rion County Tobacco Warehouse Company were lodged with thetcounty court cerlc yesterday The capitil stock of the COlfltny is 15000 divided into 800 ares of 50 each all of which has been subscribed The cotbporation according to the instrut ij nt is to commence busuiejs1 at once and continue for a period of 25 years John Rube of this city hile crossing a street in Indianapolis Wednesday was struck by a motorcylo He was knocked down aid an investifra1 tio n revealed that he had 8U- Staioeda broken eg Pe was re moved to a hospital MS Ri ellet Wednesday afternoon to with her husband Mr Rubel r Iiseveral yeses past has been a traelng salesman for a large wholesale hardware firm B T Con way yesterday put chased the fann of H L Philips on the Iijw Market pike aboui two miles west of town Thej pricu paid was private Poss S200 is to b given on Novem ber J Tna faun contains 100 res and H regarded an unusu ly tine one willfcomeIIto ji1IHny ffiincls here is thin f tin gageimnt and approach ing marriage off Mr Roy H Montgomery to aliss Bonnie BrHUto if S attic Washing lton The weddiU r will take place in Seattle dn Wednesday jJuly17 Mr Montgomery is ason of Mr and Mrs E A Montgomt I ery of this city and until his removal to the northwest a few years ago to liveas one of Lebanons most prominent youog men ofifarmer who liyes a few miles west of town avas compjetefv nttlabouJ3000 bu ItIhe1 fire started although jtt is hought probable to have been tthe result of the carelessness of some of Mr Hardings workmen perbushel IHardingIIt The largo barn on the fitfinof Charles Harmon 3 12 niles northwest of town was d tcy tdbutfarming implements and a quan1 titv of provend r inclcdinu 250 bushels of old corn were horned About 7000 tobacco sliiIts that were in the barn were alsot burned Mr Harmons loss iti is estimated will be in the neigh t borhoodof 2000 with no insur ance The origin of the tire could not belearned It is said however to have heencausJ by sparks from a burning b ulh4 pilekr JIankets Blankets pHavtluni drv cleaned will bel raHh proof aftr dry cleaned All kinds IHCPS silks cotton woolen gcds i nd gloves dry cleaned Straw and fIt hats cleaned nfl1 reMccked Dying specialty Phone 6 R Goods caled for and delivered Springfield Citv Tailor F Brturabaue Pr p Spritgfield Ky 44 I ray tin iIgfield 1 at am 7 yeatling mules gt od Brood Mares all in foal extra good driving Mares not afraid of auiouioiiifs or anything else 3 yearling Rtd Bird Mars C x Iycirjd Red Bird Jelding JYlHI Old Gnlfing + 4 milk Co 5 Jtrsey Heifer due to calvo in i head of Ewes andLimbs and 2 bucks 2 Sows and IN pius J mouth 5 hll now ready to Shcats weigh no 70pounJs reg Poland China nadjy for service Aged mules will not sold account of culliva ing props L t0 thoroughbreJ Birred RIck liens 5 ROJS and 5 hens with young ebicUs 1I Turkey Hen and 10 Youn Turkeys t Turkey Goblet and Hen 4 I Old Families In America I +NewYorki Old Families iu America which is interesting tothbsewhi may have a penchant for fami lytreasThe ac count of the loss of Gol Jacob Astoion ihe Titni Observes tbat the Asters are among the not very numerout American families which count Im by generations Nothing could be better illUs tniiive of the erroneous Britisb idea that everything in America new As a matterof laic there a e thousands of families a the Untied States that ante reekQrihepiorree s who settled Virginia or came over in the MajJowsror with tblcountry IhI somIpit itmethousands of nnmigcauu who CrdssedUie Atlantic to ttablish themselves iu WflHain Pen ns IIYor to New York or Baltimore or Savannah Jilncf PL wasjifortyf o tlA Astor the original John Astor capie t0 thy country I7d3 itth e Times want un example ulaAmerican family whiea count by generations ic might take ite Adam family one which lies Dean here for nearly three successivtIgenetalion l seiyiqIsas ai present ccmposed much older Lexington Herald A big Stockl of refngratorsand ice boxes on display at Leach man Campbells650 to S3500 Buy new thileyou baVi a big tock to select from ii pjW 4 siALEx t OF 1 It F IMachineryIIIIiavipr decided lo UKVU to Birmingham Ala where will make future home iii sll lo iIIOlld besti hddr on my farm 12 mires East of Spi i on 4TLIesday June 25l9l2 1 I Beginning 10 Oclock The following personal property l x Ii Live Stock s s and Calves October Sows f oldIi5 to Bbai be on J Chickens tero galvanized corpsI saysThei Johi is es Chaneatou tilletfdtnviy in as ebIpeerage Farming Implements 1 2horse wag hog box Champion binder IiI lWeI 2tJoise Hay rolf disc harrow manure spreader 1 tobacco setter tobAcco bed burner 3 cultivators scraperIejtccraper good phaeton and harness buckboard and harness 1 carL good rubber tire trap Gasoline Engine and Cutting BocKHousehold Kitchen Furniture 1 new 5ptcce sot Qaar Oak Furniture i4pece set Walnut Furniture 3 piece set Walnut Furniture 4piece Quartet Oak Parlor Quav OAK Dining Set and new Sectional BooU Case 5 SftJJChase Leather Davenport Ref rigerator carpet rugs etc s 1 g od Rat ge btove 8 holes lank Kitchen Cabinet Heating Sovotv 1 baby bed and buggy etc etc r f Will 5 Small Houses in Springfieldp alsotfferTwo on High 4 These huUhesafo new occppjed by Teninfa who pay I 25 investment for you These houses WiLi bi bold for i8X cash or goo pe itn 1 1913 balance in and 2 y fs f Lunch Seeved Promptly at 1130a1llL Household Furnitare willbe Sold beforelnncl 6 TERMS20and under Cash Over 20 on 6 month time Notii with ji terest from Iate good personal security payable in any bank in Springfield r No Sort of ByKidding Everything Sells Your PriceMs Mine i WD LABROdKEn i IW t aJ SUBSCRipIJON t 1k4 At f J 1 itL Bankers Meeting rT v heBn lieetlPF QroiPjI4ovtie State BaDKers 8s ion was held at Jhe Maodi tuilding Wednesday It w well attended and Ivery inter1 Bating gIoupOrnposed seMarone on W fogOOn Tay1or Gleent aaT Emma H rain Meade Breck Jtidgi BaIcsuwere d cesened Aer interestIngprogra uIti 1- vhicti r was publlshe4 in our i5wa oatQ0heeAmeeting1w s a diQgfjratT Vaug h h t fl J D Wilson and Lde A c tkI3y of Greeosburg Were ile d resident andsecrearyrep c iively for the ensueing year itd Greenaburg astheplactng next year Lebandn alcpn f rr rativlpS a Judo In Bad Etix- Justice ich rry i1tsOJin trliiwaplais6r t Afmad 5dEOiihs severadrcthratjbiongesisted 0 hpught4itwasAt lastfused Buckfenm s Arnica Salve amf waS Completely cured Cares burn VotiS alcer8cata lyifftes andplleitrct Jat Hajfdon Robertson A- Th j 0Sheriff Shot texirtton yju 9 15 Sheriff DauieiW JIcot j of ayetteounty was shpt and painfully wounded on i Mn moruinghjyuIolicemauBenj4mIfl a rhree shots were flreci4netriIfngScott oq the left arm 7indJn third bullett wentwfd Sheriff Scott1 vaajiemov cl uTa 1 ospital wher nfiDjafcre 4ressed- v K IPatrolman HcGann was placei under arrestl and later Vas uaken before Justjaa JharJes Dodd who fij tbjartonc ati i 1cir44jyectlyiahperiiigtel dQd caused a great deajbt ex cltem ritliist its the twp mn inetjMcGannbegan tiring tSSSFallo sibfe clerk was bef atweeripatruw AfLepwPshots ion struck McUanns acmL and the third bullett went into the airjv The trouble between the men dates back to a dispate at the Marineatreeo voting precicct last November McCann wnp was a DeoiOOratlc ward worker is alleged to hau latecfered with the election altbujhbe WaS not on duty as a policeman at the time Sheriff Spoil went 10 the scene where qaarrel arose between him and MoCann A light folio wedV and McCann was beaten BothmeD Were arresttd but wite acqniA damageuh tor20000 then was filed by HcCawi agcsSbetiff Scott and the case was called in cotfrt tdU week bat waiA cxnitrtfuea be cause of the abs Q irbf NlcUann wituessts S a 4 UpToDate rnk7I Gentle rettd rhaveyievers- at barn by vancl listened to a modernnpto tjei c nvStsiUoUi between one oZuroungdathty And cbauning girls and her dteadvr Its wbrth the mofiey To thosof uswhoare gtthfg OIl lit years the language isjunintel ligibI t One would tMd 43 hearjng B brew crit Too 1ewslbgl P a new languageJ Says Mary ian t William flenl Jiavsjtt Now JSovf tak lit rome iIi chocolate create tJ I Go nkld ther nothm tto him Hes a dead brie Ndtoo JbtfiiyaCetSJfe replies fllary J Hma pftiol ocir1r1ght IcbfpassingBtrangljwlih ail our 8coois anticflge asci IsocjahadvanceiiiQl I IHrt koo jfglsbisRQS9 IIVVftiea iJdj 1 I Chi1cLrnbrT I m fu CAT1Q A I J t ftSeventh AnnualI I ft Assembly tt I fi zv T EtJTIFOL GROUNDS IDEAL PLACE FCJk CAMPING GREATEST PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS ULUJl = V J 1 j t 11 4 j I otfTh Following Attractions L4 if It QAILY BASE BALL GAMES JI Grand Fireworks on the Night of Jutei 4ih fIii A sKiN of base ball games has been arranged between teams representing nearby towns There fiwm DC a- everyr fMM afternoon and two games on July 4th The large new grandstand on the ball grounds illmake tJ r W fames more interesting than ever r Make Your For Camping and Season Tickets a- li f SEA ON TICKETS Adult 225 Children 125 Single Admission ASK FOR PROGRAM W O DI LLEY Secretary Lebanon R1 MHMtot f If tii7r1 T Td O A1iA C JVi9V y Yr3Vi Nrl9 9ia9r S34 i9ViJt i 9r Vt3Vvyi 9Vv Jic1VWVi VdJ i 6fS L Y13 f t3vpV63tir vG Vr tl c3Vt3Vv t 1 631roi f TIk liWREADERj w SPRINGFIELD KY a FOTLMMp BTXIKT TWJB8DJ- LTMies ls i Me JOSEPH MUNr Editors and PuSHghere The people ofthe county got some inaigbt into the new pri parr law Ijist week when the petition of Hpn Ben Johnson Was circulated for signatures ofrpersons residing in Washington ofYgloat ons were asked as to what t it Me nt1 aed what was ob lac of lit Under the new Diaty law passed at last term of Legislature one pro candidatehits r a certain n per cent f vote ol his party cast at the last elec tion before his name can be en tered In primary In case of a candidate foV Congress thsis less than two per cent and not more than ten per cent and county officers the pel ceptx Is not less than three an not more than per c nFAtfirst sight this may appear to be a nselesaformalfty but upon consideration the wisdom of t tt v will appear as it keeps Qui off poslsible chance of success ahd cut down the number of candidates II otherwise there might be a very numerous hunch of candidates tcausing expense State by otballots when they could not re calve any vote of any conse 1 qnence The idea is that before r any man can become a candidate toIohe must show that somebody be sides himself wants him to be a i candidate Mr Johnson re ceived the required number of f names without any trouble und doubtlesswill have no oppose ri tion the primary record in Congress has been one that anyone in his district might well atIItr on to the public affairs he has sailed millions of dollars to the United States hE v Kissing is as I look at it national crime which should be tl made such by llaw declares an wellxtdearAJpbonse we fear that eoi1i Fenwicki i jl f Mr Mrs John Sweeney r visited at CortisbPille Sunday Mrs JaniG Walker of Shtlby 7 vijle who has been visiting Mr a t and Mr John Sweeney re r Turned home Sbe was accoil p IS ttlt t t t iA Wi Proctor Knott Ch utauoua Association tk toared home by her neice Glayds Sweeney Mrs Relda Barker Mrs Bertha Walstonandson Loraine Mr and Mrs Lon Barker and family theguests of Mrs George Ann Anderson Sunday Mr and Mrs Davis Settles gave moonlight party Saturday night in honor of Misses Annie Shewmaker and Cora Hughes It was well and all a time Rev Father Gabe filled his Miss Louise Fenwick has returned home after a visit at LebanonMr Mrs Walter Adams of Rav wick spent from Friday nntiljSundav with relatives here Those who dined at the home of Mr and Mrs Graves Sunday were Mrs Teresa Grayed and family Mrs Rode Cochran Mr and Mrs James Lanham and family andI Mr and ors Stanley Fenvtfck and family analMr a family visitedat Mackville Sun daySeveral from here attendedI church at Mackville Sunday fnight Mr aid Mrs Frank Graves family Mr and Mrs Wood Graves Mr Mrs Oscar Harmon son and Miss A nie Welsh were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bob Graves Sunday Miss Verna Rogers re turned home after a months stay in Spnngtield Mr Steve Begley visited hi sister Mrs Mottle Horan of near Lebanon Sunday l Mrs Virgil Cocln an of who has been visiting relatives at this place has returned home Mr and Mrs Wallace Adams of Raywick visited Mr 1Mrs William Logsdon Friday Mrs Nellie Barker and family of Fairfield visited relativeS here latter part of the week Mrs Lina Bottoms of Stewartavihe visited moths 0af weekMr R McAllister was iin Spnngtield on business Thurs day Mrs Milton Sweeney of Stan ford has returned home after a days visit with Mr and Mrs D Sweeney Miss Ethel Ropers has returned home after a weeks Visit at Raywick Mrs Martha Tumcy visited SweeneyWedne Mr Jim Harmon was in vicinity Monday 1SeedsArrangements sunId4Y Proba DARK11ORSE1 bIChicago Caicag funs 19 0 the greatest demonstrations ever seed in a conventioa it jsvsiid took p ii tbe R paS fist convention bars at 315 this afternoon when tin delagitea from I idivia Illinais Mtsiui alms i P uniyllniaI Nebraslrv WoJiinj auiJ N HVI York igaoridghoth T tftf Rjpsivelt st imp id id to Gov Hadtey of M siouri Th dem onstration lased for 30 minutes One Pennsylvania dalegU9 vfA hit antictit nff ijj jpjIwi he Isaw 5uuinf il v itltllut in4 t litllat dddl ty was 116 next President lov Hid es said that he was not a candidate t trust be stopped Mr Mrs Stanley Rogers visited at Springfield Saturday Sunday Mr Jim Harmon std sitter Mrs Bertha Walston was Mackville Monday on busness Mr Mrs r Albert Masters and family visited the latter- parents Mr Mrs John Dennis and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Kent Rogers 1nJI family were the pleasant guests JanesntMisses Nellie and Mary Thompson uf Lebanon are visiting Lhe r grandmother Mrsi Barker this week Mr Mrs Clarence Graves MrssTeresa Graves Thursday RF DNo5 Mr Fe Graves spent a peelISI ant visit with his parents M and Mrs O car Graves last- Sunday MorslELlil1uelnesday with Mgt J Smitn s Miss Corine Medley spent llstj week with her grand parents Mr and Mrs T M Badgett IMrs James Wright and littl son spout the past fey d iys- with Mrs A C Medley Miss Vick Oabourne was th pleasant gust of Mr and Mrs Richard Ohourl1eiMiss Emma Nunan spent la week with ber sister Mrs RI K Bland ford Mr Parker 3ichard and Will1 ter ett spent a delightful visit with there sister Mrs Joseph Medley Mr Lou Medleyof Li uisoilk is spentlinK a days witu hisi t W 0 jiFor i The Next Ten Days 1II 0 I We will make Special Pricesin followinglines IMoc thoi iS II Carpets Druggets Mat e 4- J x tings Wall Paper and j i many other Can c1 Ir save you money f SEE us BEFORE BUYING H I Gruiidy 8 Mclntire i K fl is of S J as at its PR NO I Bob Dead Sid Not Not Will Geo NO Joe John I Wi Irvin I Mills Lee t Pat Tom i Not Sam I John t i Fred I W T Not John Will Joe We I Not Chas Will Not is all the for It s and up fails Be sure to All Scott i nluon rid IU gIotr anil f3landfortlMr near L hor has listeMr os ph an son the nrw lll P f p ce l1 tit fsv f yea a since the Intro of the diet rlc aa the was this uj its by post The lines now in are suf to go the 138 Put In ot er they m The total of is at with send out ills The Kngl wo read the the It i tit t for every hun fired thero are sent out 194 152Inext comes ll8 with 04 and vclth 91 Tho over f are jRa s ng Ca s for Fur j men of arc the ruor of a com my for the of a noti yafarm the first ot Us the IsI the t men back tet to a an erect the be walLJthat uco fur for and neck are each year and cat are y who v Pnod tor them will spectacular exhibitionj hasEiv cCentral Kentuckyii ttii t vYr i DEUNQjjENT LIST Following the Delinquent List Anderson Allowed by the Fis cal Cour December Tejm 191L Colored List CINCT Name Proji Doga Tithes Remarks Beaved Boone VashJ Insolvent Dean Burrell Insolvent Lewis i Insolvent Harrison found Thpmas Insolvent Walker Hardin found Young Insolvent Young Insolvent PRECINCT 0 t Brooks Insolvent Carrico Chas- Clements Insolvent Insolvent Cooper ljotfound Edelen Insolvent InbolventiInsolvent Robert Insolvent Mudd II Insolvent Moore Harrison Insolvent Nantz Steve Insolvent Ray Insolvent Smith Irvin found Spalding Insolvent InsoltmtIYoung BobI Insolvent Young Insolvent Young Louis Insolvent 10sBaker Insolvent Beam found Carrico Insolvent Clements Insolvent Cooper Clint Insolvent Elery Insolvent Graves Insolvent Goode SamI found Gaddy Insolvent Scott Insolvent found Hobbs Wood Insolvent above othr things remedy sickly wasted chilIdren nourish builds them when ordinary food Iabsolutely Iget SCOTTS Druggist parents Mrs Medley viIted Kdwird Bland Turd Lebanon aL Tuesday tnrnttehomo troin dIUghlllS Thomas EdiPii beer and Mrs Bland ford have eleven puunJ Ion sick iisti improv Spyrr rIm attended iniiVi iiiiineiictmeru Intit UatllIr Hose Rod Extensive Telegraph Itl8 about duotion telegraph system knovri country acquisition oliceI xlstence Jicient round world times words would reaph sixteen times number offices given 130000 apparatus which annually 300000000 patches makeI greatest useof Telegraph being estimated persons messages Denmark Belgium Germany record telegram tended 200004WordB Others os10000 mentlon Several buslncsf EpvbI Brooklyn conteji iplatlng poratlon estab Ilsbment lndus catIklniT United States Intention scheme LanCIsland haJmllb Square several buildings whole surrounded byVa high concrete Animals cQatsc mulls pieces becoming scarcer skirts much demands furriers VJTl prices This be the most that ed i Humphry Humphrev Leachman Kimberlin Jno Henry InsolventI Insolvent CountyLoganMitchell Dt e Insolvent McChod Din IInsolvent r chr Insolvent uliL Insolvent Ray Tom fink Insolvent Pope Joe Insolvent Nantz Jim Insolvent Wright Chas Insolvent Weatiers Will YoQum Geo InsolventI Byron CroakesList PRECINCT NO 8 Armstrong G H 200 Not found CourttyBarkerCountyBarrnBoone Nick Not found untyBrownBoone 150 Not found Borders Henry Insolvent Carey James 2 Not found Driscol James Insolvent Driscol F Insolvent Divine Silas Insolvent Fennel Richard 2 Insolvent InsolventGreenHardin EH j Not fonhtl Hagan Ben Insolvent Howard Lafe 2 Insolvent Hines JR J Insolvent Howard J L 2 Insolvent Ho per J T Insolvent Hertlien Chris Not citizen of to rongLawrenceMoore F C Left State CountyMooreaOol1tylJattiJ1gly cQurityOtDanielCountyOiCountyPerkinsCountyReynoldsCountySpaldmg Co Shanahan Mke lists nd dog smith Jas Not found countySuSimms Wm Insolvent Stevens Henp Insolvent Tong J A Insolvent Twig oJe o Insolvent Ins01yehtyContinued Next Week 1NO SPOQKS FOR cct UnIWa6IMugging goes to with his folks every summer on tho of a large inland lake and one the bulldogs favorite amusements lure is in chas rug the tiny chipmunks which throng the woods He never was known to capture one but this does not in IIleast dampen his enthusiasm for MugIinfo a big tree rind then sit pa Iup its foot waiting for his prey to como downwhich it quite often does but on the opposite side of trunk hence it scurries awl to pas 1lures new while poor deluded ling sHsjgazlngwllIleyedIIonceMug lns despises water but one day his eager rush for n chipmunk be over tho bank before ho knew it and landed kerflop on his back with such force as to send him way below the surface Disgust spoke from every feature of expressive countenance as ho hastily scrambled ashore Once Muggins master stood in thc boathouse on the lake shore and son hU favorite trotting toward him mischievous thought came t him In InnoIand doubled over so as jo look alt o geter unnatural Just as Iuggliltl1 terjed the door bo sprang forward with a dismal boo and dog wire tears nothing the taco of the earth which he can understand jumped backward rending the air with a series of distracted then tore wildly away on a taco for his life without even a backward glance aj the awful apparition Ho old not stop at but fled into a hold wtr above where bo Installed himself in tho open and continued his excited barking for over three hours when ho was finally coaxed back quarters by bis repentant tormentor L Ve Your Life hVo sometimes wonder of what uro we are and why we ere put on One day is added to another and we tseem to be no further advanced the pathway of our lives As Mark Twain would have put it wo do not ripped bo gaining on the scenery Yet there is yinof us and therefore we must keep on going to tho end Emerson has a poem in which the squirrel talks to IIcarryt somedcan dp namely live your life You tho chance1 if you tvlll only take It and I have If we can do nothing else wo i at least bo some ones frlerfd and there Is nothing that the world moro keenly wants and sadly needn La s + noYDurnnlI SiThree Clews If Two yThree 2Twoaappearances and a love story with ac tion from tic very begin ning of the first chapter to the enl rf the last make our new story ce The I YellOw q Leilcr Ihighly Interesting and en Its a new cs IItertaininJ Johnston tvc mysteryc 2rcs newspaper man of twen yciivi1 experience with Gi IIa sailos and graded of tliy t Read it c superlillvething Get the opening IInI This Paper Only r D W O HI3 Jatf Every mdrnlng as he sot forth to work a young man in passed a clean plcaaantfnced black mustached man followed by a jovial looking dog The two regularly that they got to nodding to each neither with the remotest idea who the other was From nodding they passed to tho good morning stage and one day rho- ounger man paused to pat the other dog They fell to discussing different brands of dogs and th black thatIton ail he washed to having several dogs around Evidently he hadnt Washington long Youre in the government service inquired the young man The other man owned up that be was Whats your rob pursued young man tbeJJ nrason Oh Im modestly secretary of war = tt tILebanon IKentucky 1 lII Y 4t fan1 11n a IITII ITC rr it Mow 35 r WyiIy 4 the pri the the any the the the not for ten it to the in His tent but and has Ii were attended re- Ported nice Clarence and and and has few Ind and the her few J this III le 6 laoj 0li and and and and inI and and and Den Bad few lines 5 Ray John h Mills A Mrs vlio erstUiis in to the the on 16000 lh In It of the of about to prf In M M camp shore of the the at the in was his as the on barks camp to earth on to In have mine sari Discoveries eeat intalLncnti Washington met so other lived in CANCERto fd i TIPI I 11CourierJournal Jan 12 1912 The Ravages of Cancer II11itore Wee S 40 deaths from cancer in Kentucky IttstIItn returns received by the Sta rBortt lleaiih A FI lanldort d p1tCh sa VST tiE DISEASE HAS BECOME SO PREVALENT THAT IT ISESTIMAT I 1EDTHAT1 t The Isotonic Treft eit cures Cancer Tumoitis Lupus EatingUlcers and other morbid coniiitipns IOn y one or twottreatments required VN6 cutting INo loss of blood No danger I o ILumpsI 1 LOUISVILLE KENT UCKY JL r r ID t tlI BERK8i1IRE3L0 ForSale 1 f g II have fIsale 17 I Thoroughbred Berkshire adII sired by a State Fair winner IIweighed 60 pounds at 10 weeks oldv Berkshires are the HQg that I satisfies the Wood that breeds ol III have one litifcler of 1Q pigs that m willytG Prices Reasonable f- NN IIc WLLETTa SPRINGFIELD KY R R 2IIt m aydw Robertson H iydan Willett i hiATSf Everyiigini njillinery going atIIcost iiowis the time to j r get a hat aj your own price iWATHEN 4 SHADER v7 iFU 7 VC VlT1iWWVl7 1VI R t LvI wI r DR G T BURTON t KIDENT DENTJST t All Work GuaranteedtWf ii PHONE 162R t s wmoK Hagmn Blocki npatal- wSERINGPlELb J r J KY 1 cDR J C IllUIDA t Physipian and surgeoll pOffice hours 8 to 9 am Uf Ito2 pm ic Offices over Haydons Drugstor It t WF GRIGSBY t ATTORNEY AT LAW I Office over People1 Bank 1 SPRINGFIELD 19r D MW HYATT IIfl Office over Red Cross Unit j StOre Office hours Hyatt 1030- f am to 12 m 4 to 5 pm YJ Me WILLIAMS Notary Public WILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty JOHNY MAYES fUNERAL uiKECIOR I AND LICENSED EMBALMER J i DAY TELEPHONE 19 NIGHT 74 GFrnLUK DRJ F TRUSTI PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice I Pental work reasonable prices AU work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY Knob Crelc c StoCK Farm Red Light No 2272 by Lightfoot Brummell 1524 he by Beau Brummell First dam Daisy Glenn 7611 heby Dr Qpnns Glenbrook lIed srreI1 with stripe in face tw v ttstockings 16 34 hands high weighs 1100 smooth sound and without a pimple He has been shown everyI year of his life 4cept two Been shown I in harness rings fivegaite4 saddle rings three gaited saddle rings and in doiiole team rings and has been a good winner in all named classes Has f feated a great many of the best stall ions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tehhessee Such good horses as Marvel King UndulattaJCing Star McDonald GoV Beckham and too many to mention lie is a champion among champions and he is breeding very much after himself His colts are heriting those great doing qualities of his also about iwothirds of those have his color He will holl his court at Knob Creek Stock Faftn Larue Co Ky ate25 for allying colt Mares kept on pasture at s2 per month fed grain if desired at reasonable price S L THOMPSON Manager and Owner EARL Y A handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of action and as good bone and foot as you would want He proven himself a great breeder hasl will make the season of 1912 at a stables at the Stonewall Stock 3Jj miles Nortb Of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloclnfiela pike at 10 Tovlnsure a Living wit EARlY is by Joel 447 he byMonte Cristo 56 he by Montrose leG Earlys first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolan Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker Early is the beat road horse in the j county At same time and place w BLACK GIANT A No Mule Jack standard and registered will make tne seascn at i 10 for a Mare and8 For Horse Mule to Insure Living Loll J Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted with or bred to other stock All f care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A B HVNDL COLUMBUS i3URN jiJ SPIf 0 Village Near Madrid 1s Gcld tc Be the America Discoverers Birthplace vLpndon The Madrid correspondent telegraphsAccording newspapertheeminent Galldan historian Senor Gar s cia de lla Rlega who lies devoted many years to stndjlne data relating to the birthplace of the discoverer of Amen ca It now appears that Columbus cer tainly was not torn in Genoa as has r always been affirmed i Rlega says be possesses documents proving that Columbus was born at Porto Santo a small village near here Riega la a person of considerable authority and formerly was in th colonial office J I TOWNLOcal iiiimHil vmw Wii 0000 tuuJ Happenings of Jnteres Freshest and Latest AH About Yourself Friends iand Acquaintancest ImOO llce Cream Freezers ll Coolers at Barber ai1dWaterI New white duck ratine andI pique huts in at Mrs WilliamsI FOR SALE Rhode eggs 50 cents pervsetting Mrs J W Tucfter Whi8 Guinea eggs for sale 5p cents per setting L A Barber Alt millinery flowers shapes ribbons etc at half price Mrs Williams N Ipdiim Runner Duck Eggs 5b per setting of 12 pure white eg train j Miss Lida Grulldy The old tried and lested Per fection Coal Oil Stoves at Bar ber Pettus Stylish dress skirts in black gray and tan at half price Mrs Williams FOR SALEOne registered yearling Hereford Hull Also sow and 10 pgs S P Thompson Remember Leachman Campbell when you are in the market for refrigrators or ice boxes i daughterof Jonn Thomas ITb died this week and was burled Tuesday Benedetti Co who will con duct the new restaurant are re ceiving their furnishings for the building and their stock arid expect to be open in a short time STRAYEDOn my farm near town 5 shotes weighing about 80 pounds have been on my place for a long time Owner i may have same by paying for keep and for this advertisement John F Simms In the published report of the delinquent list last week appear ed the names of James Borders and T P Kelly This was a mistake as both of these gentlemen haye paid their taxes The firm of G F Carpenter Jo composed of Mr C arpenter and Mr C A Thompson dissolved partnership By theIl terms of dibsolution all debts duo the firm are to be paid to Mr Thompson The Washington County Fair wil hold its meeting this year August 28 29 30 aud 31 The catalog and premium list have been revised and many of the premiums iuci eased so that the present prospects indicate that we will have a great fair in Washin ton county this year Rev J O Coiley and ramily have moved here and are keep ing bouse at the residence lately occupied by Rev W H Will jams and family Rev Colley is from Birmingham Alabama andwhile he has been in town but few isa days making friendsI rapidlYnossessiqf as does that accomplishment of a Southern gentleman being a good mixer TOPICS1i WMMS MMM lDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shader grocery Phone 234R HouIs Sto 12 1 to 4 jLeachman Campbells is tbe place to buy your refrigrators anti youILosTCameo pin on theLeb anQn pika between my home and Springfield ori Monday last Re turn to S Moraja and receive reward Miss May Mayes entertained the following young people at a theatre party last Tuesday night Misses Annie McElrpy Mabel Williams Mary No Naomi Rogers May Mayes Virgje Mayes and Mary Sampson Messrs Connor Williams A R Sbultz Wallace R gers Frank Willett Robert McElroy John Polin Dudley Robertson and Morrie Durrett and Mr and Mrs G C Whaiton After at tending the Walnut Street The atre lunch was served and the youngpeople indulged in dancing spend ing a most pleasant even icg MilournRyan Marriage licenser was issued this week to Mr Artie Ryan and Miss Mraie Milburn Both are popular young people of the county DayI eIthat Monday willbE a very busy day in the County Court as there js the largest docket that has been known for some time The IReyenue agent who was here sometime ago having filed something over sixty suits These suits mean a busy day in court However many of the cases will be djsP sed of in short order when it appears that the persoh sued is not the holder of the notes for which the tax suit is brongji Circuit Court Circuit Court adjourned final ly lastSaturday afternoon The Grand jury adjiurned after returning 39 indictments the most of which are for violations of the stock law There was lot much worif done at ths term of court and the Petit jury were kept only a few days IIn the suit of Mrs Ida Pratlier vs George Prather defendant the paintiff was granted a di yorce and restored to her maiden name of Ida Sutton Old Landmark Gone IFJhis week has witnessed the passing Ofone of Springfields old landmarks The old Rcberts house on Eist Main street has been torn dwn to make room for anew modern brick ware which onIon thd site by McClure Mayes The house is ponounced by nany of the oldest citizens to be = =I jjbIic 117 TOWN LOTS 17 1 = ISautday3 June 22 19121I 2 OCLOCJC PM Springtields auction sonic new of addition the b 11Prizes Given free will him the lot also a one present to receive the who A pa of a wayII 1I1 1 ISM Campbell Auctioneer U IaWf3iri V i the oldest building in tawi It- hwas a 1 g house built ib 1h style or a century and a qij rter ago having the door owning right into the street Theoi ouse is of historical iimportanKb in athejIhomefather and the Senator h nseif was with his father whe Ithe family lived here and Iiwell flromembered by quite a larae number of our older cil izens eraeraDer bini as a h Iwbo r Father Roach Not HurL Considerable concern ws fox1 presied bya large nunpr ofj people in the county whnone the Louisville papers contained on accoun of a storm which passed over Zanesville Ohio blowing down the pirei f St Thomas Catholic church killing three people one of whom according to the paplr was Father Roach This an ounce byIthe people here as Father tfoach was up until a few y urs ago stationed at St Rose and was a man liked by everybody We have ipvestigated the matter and take pleasure in announcing to Father Roachs friends that the matter was a mistal The church was badly dam ged by the storm and the spi re was blown down Two peop e were killed but Father Roach was not among the number PERSONA I MrtFred EJagan isj visiting in Lebanon this week Mrs Margaret Nor an has returned home from visit to Louidvile Mr A M HayesLouis yule was here ast eelc on business Mr Arthur Nally p Louis villespent a few hays ere this week Mrs flD Nelson j of Santa Anna California is here to spend the summer witjli her sis ter Mrs J C McElrqr Mr J P Edelen ail daugh tprs Mrs W T lijachman Mrs Joe Poln and t ss Stella Edelen spent a fowl days at Tatham Springs last ek Mr Jack McChorj has returned from Harvard Hniversity where he is taking atIpw course Bon W U McOhojfl was in Bardstown this week attending court ij Miss Mary Arnis 1of Frankfort is the guest oil Miss May MaypH j Mr Haldine Cir pbcll of Indianapolis is spending a few Jays with his parot here Mr J A Boulwari and wife and son Ricketts are at thp University of WisconMrl attend ing thr ooirin rCiBH nt exercise wiiore 1f HoiiUares son will graduate JMr who is taking a course in lkw at Wis consin University islct home for vacation Quite a lanre nuiobar of peo pIe of this county auunded the cominencem nt exer ises at St Marys ColTog and eport one of the best ommen9 ments that hveheeu h ld this year Mr James Coxclof Greons burjr was here henf a few days this week Mrs Nanriio liJWilhatns o San Antonio TexaK is visiting her uncle Mr W jv Booker Mr jnd Mrs JiK aou1 ware and Rickotis Moufware will re turn from Maderfi Wisconsin next Friday WIoroleyattQnded f theclosinsr ox KPS of Univer J sitv of Wi co sjlJ The A B degree was coif erred upon Juri son Powell H ulwure He haying been a si lentjat that instistution fcr pa t twj years Miss Marta et Jariico enterJ tained at 0 oc ckldinner Tues dayeVPlifi If Mr Albert africo was In Louiville Suidayeff Mrs E P Maps entertainrd last week in hone of Mrs Buzby and Mr Rodiiiin About 00 f guests were invited Miss Catbetini Thompson will leave Monoay vthher unclett E A Thoinpsgii who has been j visiting relative and needs in Washington ancl Mat ion coun ties for Hutcl n nltbe salt city of Kansas jfnd other places of resort and heajln In the Rocky mountain of olorado Miss Catherine expeijts to spend the sufamer and eippy the invigorating breezes of unny Kansas tIrice OAlahoney f STew Hayen are the guest ofJMiss Elizabeth iLogsdoi j a G 4It I Ii cii SPECIApLL TI Iz1 7 t II I IiJtNE 4iI I I Iw Ii are overstocked and to reduce thisrstock we will make SWEEPING REDUCTIONS h in every Department 1 VDress Goods 1 upto50ePopIfmsOne lot mercerized Silks upto35cfol5cSheer to 15c for lOc I Sheer Lawns up to 12 l2c for 7 l2c- Mercerized Satines 15o Waistings up allj I1Novelty 2Oc up to 5Oc I Shoes low cut shoes in tan gun patent leather at cost also IMensabout 100 pair of broken sizes half what they cost us I I Miss Susie Penn has returntd from a visit to Mrs Jobn Searcy at Hloomtield Ky Mr C H Mclntiae a dtrmi and ftlr Will MeElroy and daughter Willa are at Dawson pli gs this week MissesNannie Thompson and Leachman have returned from visit to Mrs H S Hud son at Sharpsburg Ky Mr Painter McElroy and daughter Whitney of Packard Ky are visiting relatives here Mr J K Walls has returned from a trip to Hodgenville where he went tosee the Lincoln Home Mr Walls has alwaY contended that Lir colas real birthplace is in Washington county Mr Lee Carrico and Miss Della Smith visited friends at Holy Cross Sunday Miss Mary OConnor who for several months past has been stenographer here left Saturday for her home at Warsaw Ky Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA nOSE Childrensi and Infants 1210chose all colors worth JOeIWomans SK Hose black 5rietan and white Womens 16 Button Silk Gloves tan black and whitei Strawilats Everything in Mens Straw Hats the largest line fto select frpm ever shown in this town at 33 per cent discount = a i c LitseyJ Myrtle IOtlom Springlield is th3 guest otf Misses Annie and Rosa Kelley Miss Adeline Cox of Louis vii e is visiting Mr and Mrs J i Martin IMi5s Elizabeth Logsdon and Mr Al Mudd spent Sunday at the home of Mr J 0 Poiin U Reed Mrs B L Litsey and Misses Catharine Thompson and Elei nor Miller were the guests of dnesIl day Misses Julia Polin and Delia Miss Anastasia Grace rind Mr Will Boone spent Sunday with Mr John Gngsby and family 9 Inevn ougnt io have1mJ expression In their dreBS NoWIOOk lot that gown yonder it has MtabUl ofpoint SheMY fJdear map Its trimmed with yards of lU iUardstown Jet iiSpriugfield IRugs If1012x13 12 Axminit ter 11 14x12 Axministers I9x12 Axministers t 1012X13 12 Tapestry 9x12 Tapestry 1 9x12 Velvets r IWalll Paperand at about ceIIprice Oitt1 Ejothini Hart Schaffrter M rxISuits going at the followIng unusual low prices 30 ones Suits ClSale price jv 3I iOUU IS2n ones Suits 1 fVfi 20 IsoI WeI worth Suits 18 ones Suits 1 1 flA Iresale15 ones suits O 50fsale price 51250 10 00 50sa1eones Suits C Cnsale p ice J JV I HA Seihsheim3r Perfection line of boys knee pant suits WIth knldcer i bocker 1000 ones pants s C7CAsales price iV 11i 750 ones C A A said price JhOysooouesv v qi sale price ir v 501400 ones 2saleI ptice v 3 50 suits 1 f O tfsale price VV1 I Shirts ri I Also showing thellargest of Mens and Boys Shirts ever shown 1 abeautifulI t CUNNINGHAM DUNGN = Gorlrlrl- I I a IMiS ryJ andjfamily londeyp d11home Curtains Reliabland CoipreliensiYeTelephone Service Is necessary io conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal ervice that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distonce connections to all outside important i sand towns You lgettexoctly what t you pay for Call our Managerfor further information 5The demand is not for cheap telephone service bQt for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service s CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE di TELEGRAPH COMPANY incorpo- ratedSMS4QiSi4w it4W ttn Iilt N11 TIME TABLE r i Bardstown lines South Bound North Bound 43 No Ul No 42 No 44 No t60 NO41INO Sun Daily Daily tt Sun Sun only Ex Sun Ex Sun t only 430 pm 725 am U10 pm 820 am 580 pm9i30 am 5 22I 920 u 7K2 u 730 415 II 840 606 1055 146II 645 II 300 u 75H3 55E1 1205 885u 600u s0u 710r An Ar Ar Lve LVe Lve 1 t TV A continued EffprtII 5Mrs RfigstaftrDld ydurliurtand rHpnT everfryKIs hand g1tltMrs PercbllumrDIdlheT For at least ttn years he Jbeen tiylng to make me believe fce likes njcook- n t 11l fCAj al 111 y tH 2 1wJ tI CQF19liIJE2Act2q4M J CHAPTER I Into the Maefitrom They lay that coming vents cast theli badpWB before but certainly I had no Intlma UprTwheri helL my bfjjce iIn tfie afternboa of April twelfth of themaelstrom of mystery bud tragedy ILnto sMchI was about to plungp I wtS yorrled and anxious it is true but only M every young man Is who finds himself for the first time deeply In love There was no portent of evil no foreshadowing of the terrible of events that all but destroyed nI belief in my fellowman and left 4t maW eo deep upon my mory that I do not believe time ever can wholly I efface It Even snow that it is all ended and the shadow 1thlchhungso heavily verthe household of my sweetheart has been dispelled and the hand whose devilish Ingenuity brought shame and grief and wreck to so many Innocent lives is paying the penalty behind prison bars eyen now I shudder at the sight of anything yellow A scrap of yellow paper vividly recallsand I fear always will recall the painful events ot the last feyr weeks iTiad been waiting ever since my re turn from court for a telephone mes gage that had not comethe word from Louise whIch I felt would 4ecidclmy fate 1 had written to n night before asking If I might go to her ln the afternoon to speak on a sub Ject of importance I knew shd would understand the object of my letter tficTugh all that 1 had asked was that she would telephbne me earlier than font whether she would be at homeIJFrom my window I had watched the great hand on the Metropolitan tower i IaOr kcreep slowly to twelve As the f011risuspenseI 19tIdnger Message or no message Ijwould go to her at once Before vibrant note ot Onnnne had died away I closed my desk with a bangIfAi the fourth stroke f tpowith1a and overcoat on my hand on ithe knob of my office door hopIngyto hear my telephone ring Impallently I waited a minute and Uhen dashed toward the elevator The j telephone I learned afterward rang thertlcailyifor me but I was not there to hearr t Itwas only a short walk up Madlspni avenue to the home of 4 rish the fatherof Louise With the doubt that possesses every lover on 4uclla mission as this I walked it now laggardly as misgivings filled my heart now quickening my pace as 4r hope routed my fears As I turned jibe corner Into the street where the Farrish home is situated my steps wereleaden What right had I to ask XiCfulseiFarrish to be my wife The daughter of a man worth many mil tlons a girl of exquisite beauty and whoscould choose a husband where irUled what right had I to hope ht would ever consent to become sleI wife ota struggling young tinch as IT To be sure my family was fot the best With my earnings and q the modest little fortune my father had left me I would be able to provide forier But as yet though my pros peets were bright I amounted to noth r 1Jti1n my profession It would be F t f yeasbetor I could hope to give my wife the luxuries to which Louise Far rish had been accustomed On the other hand I felt that with Louise as my wife I could do great things I loved her with a great love I felt that her affection and companion ihlp would be inspiration enough fort any man to cOiquer the world I hoped that she loved me I recalled the trifles which seemed to show at leait thai she found pleasure in my ociety I tried to comfort myself too by remembering that General Farrish was a selfmade man that when he married he was spoor as I if not poorer I knew that he liked me and had confidence in me Was it then t after alll asked myself presuming Sin tne to hope that Louise would lis tetito me and that her fath r would consent to her becoming my wifeyet why had she not telephoned yAs I dragged my hesitating feet from7fbile that all but knocked me over With an angry imprecation at such reckless driving I glanced up and 4 rrecognized the man who occupied itHe was standlngjbeslde his chauffeur 1freadyto leap out It was Dec tpj Wlicox Snot d practitioner who attended the fairish family and whom plungedlfqrWard in anxious dismay as I saw 4 the machine halt before the Farrish fe door and the doctor Jump out and run 5Ijupthe steps JJy first my only thought was of happenedSheTdpctors haste suggested Did not this explain her failure to telephone Could I I15b5tb1t she was dead What thonghls flashed through my mind I cannot analyge further I only know reached the housa but a step behind a SMtor He halt hardly passed t hrWil1iam JOlmstbn MthdhiisiYJciiiearougn myself Into the hall and stood there swaying with not voice enough to ask question the whitefaced horrorIa n maid who had answered the octOrs ring t Where Is she I heard the doctor ask as he flung his coat to the maid sleIcould answer him there were hurried rqoqsteps on the upper landing andI Louise peered down the anxiety in her face lessening at the welcome Bight of the doctor I gave a silly cry of Joy and started up the stairs Doctor Wilcox was ahead Of me three steps at a time and following Louises silent dlrec tlon had disappeared in room on the second floor when t with out stretched arms approached her I did not think to ask what had happened or who was ill or what the matter was Sly only thought was one of joy that she was alive and well What mattered if Louise was safe And the emotion that filled me was still more iIntensified when she ran to me ami tthrowing herself into my arms cried out Oh Harding thank God youve c omeiSIt was almost the first time she had called me by my name certainly first that she ever had given theIo my embrace and I held her lly thrilled through at the that It was to me she turned in time of trouble Then all at bnce I was aroused by the opening of the door through which Doctor d gone and the appearance Vlleoxttd who ran along the hall What Is It What has happened asked Katharine moaned Louise Kath nneshe has killed herself For amoment I was stunned TbcS first thought that came to me was theIiimpossibility of It What place hadI tragedy In this happy quiet home Familiar enough though I was with deeds of vlolencewlth selfmurder as It thrust itself forward in the courts and In the lUrid headlines of the newspapers that such a thing could Intrude on the peace of this wellcr dered household seemed beyond my comprehensionIyou you were not In your office sobbed Louise still clinging to me in the abandonment of grief When did you telephone I asked even under snch circumstances rejoic- Ingi to learn that she had telephoned Just after she did ItI dont know when It waslt seems ages ago I ouldntget you andI thoughtyou would never comethenthenItelephoned for the doctor and father Just after she did it I had been trying to make myself believe it must have been an accident though from Louises manner I feared the worst Yet Katharine Farrish was the last Oh Harding Thank God Youvo CoTne person Intho world of whom one would think in connection with suicide A quiet reserved girl of great strength of character several years older than Louise her dignity and herI well onsldend actions had led me to thaniler Ilsaldl No gasped Loulse shuddering anew at the thought of the horror she had just witnessed I heard the shoti and found her on the divan in her roojn The revolver was still In iJerI handher own revolver mewithelder sisters life behind the smiling mask of reserve she always wore was hidden some secret sorrow I un derstood now that faraway look in her eyes I felt there may have best there must have been concealed the knowledge of some mystery thatt Impelled her tp this avful deed Yett little did I suspect whither my efforts to find why Louis sister had shot herself would lead me Little did I Imagine in what a web of criminal sunning of baffling rlco hidden Ai BLOOD IDKcncE W1AiOUT ALCOLa Recently Irties been defiuitl proven 1rimciits on animah Iut alcohol r IIlowers the germicidal power ot the body and tnt alcohol paralyzes the white cur sJ pusclesol the blood end renders them unable to take up and destroy distaie IermsIt Diogcrmscal the death of over onshalf of the iuman race blood medicine cxSt tract ofrbot3 rfucli as Bloodroqt QuccUs root Golden Seal rot Muodrake and Stone root has been extensively sold by druggists for yhe peat forty years os Dr e likeNaturethe yijal fires tjf the body burn brighter and their Increased activity consumes the tissM YiEuh which has accumulated during the winter t Dr RS Pierce the founder of the Invalids Hotel and i Surgical Institute and a physician of large experience and b practice was the first to mike up an of J roots ithuto particle jof acohol or narcotic ofthoI trcatmcntothomctTrlte llB VJl HBYBaof LndymithBC I au buttheyr f V CensumptlOD thodead4S IiniIvtsid me to writs to rlterca which I Sid and idLer seven months use of the treataooat the sore healed and enjoy better health than I ever bid I dresied the wound dth Dr Ptoreei AllHealing Salve and t7ik Golden Maical DIswvery and Pleasant Pellets for ny troubles I shall tlwuyt teeotamcnd your medicines xrmDr PIerces Pleasant lcItz regulate liver and boweli t uuu ana nira-As I strove to soothe Louisas agl tatlon the doctor appeared at the door way and Imperiously beckoned Jne tried to persuade Louise to wait outIside but she clung to jne like a frightened child and Insisted on aeIcompanyIng me Into the room Here said the doctor In the curt tones of authority I want you to help me carry her Into a quieter place before I operateIThis way said Louise recovering herself as goon as she saw the opportunity to be useful Into my rooms They are off the street and much qui eter I saw the look with which she tried to read the doctors face and put the question she dared not ask Will she live IDoctor yilcoz shook his head gravely Shd Is just alive and that Is all weIcan save her There must be abso lute quiet I am going to probe the bullet and see what course It forI taken Please telephone at once these two men They are my hoSplI 1willsenseIless girl on Louises bed I telephonedT for Doctor Wilcois was fortunate In being able to reach both Immediately Louise and the maids meanwhile were kept busy by the doctbr preparing for the operation soit fell to my lot to break the news to General Farrish when he arrived Louise had merely told him over the telephone that Katharine had met with an accldent co he entered tho house almost wholly unprepared for the shock my news gave him I had before seen strong men In grief but never had I witnessed such a wave of heartrending agony as swept over the general He came Into his home erect military slightly per turbed but still In manner and bear Ing the vigorous old soldier fully master of his emotiojns My words that told him as geritly as was possible what halt happened seemed to sap all his vitality His face became ashen pale his lips quivered great tars coursed down his cheeks his shoulders bent under the weight of his grief and he tottered as if about to fall While he was fond and proud of both his daughters the elder had al ways been his favorite As is often the case with fathers who have no son Katharine had been both son and daughter to him Since her mothers death sonic years rio the lit1 b en pnirr ui bradr the hut hold It 13 hr that rclid fir iry Iet ini ai it was with her that 13 csti ed all his buriness affairs Such a odution between them naturally had strengthened flue bonds into far filtherandiMypoor little girl Katharine my tones10fhim HIs first thought was to go to her but the doctor forbade his presence in the room I persuaded him to go to his own apartments leaving him in the hands of his valet and promising to keep him informed as to Katha rines condition Deeply as I felt for him It was of Louise I thought most wanted to be with her constantly to give her the succor of my presence As soon as Doctor Wilcoxs assistants arrived bringing with them a nurse Louise and I were both banished from tho room Gontly I drew her into a little sittingroom where with the door ajar We waited to see If our aid might be needed Tearless sorrow now weighed heavily on her Tell me everything I sold with my arm about tier Why did she do hi dont know she cried out I cant understand It at alllt There is some mystery some terrible mystery that I cannot fathol11cWhen did you see your sister last We had luncheon together She was sweet and kind as she always was but I could See that something was worrying her We were to mive gone shopping together this aft rnocn but she told me thqt she htd alt errand that would make it impossible for her to go with me I had ceived your note so I told her that It vould suit me much better to put the shopping off until tomorrow Right after luncheon she went outwhere do not know She did not use the car or call a taxi All IJknow Is that she was gone about two hours When she came In I was arranglng the flowers In the diningroom I heard her enter and came out into the hall Sho walked right past me without a word and went upstairs to her own room I ran up after her thinking she might be ill but just as I got to the door I heard her turn the key I understood that she wished to be alone About half an hour later I heard a sound liko a shot and rushed upstalrs calling to tho servants Wo found the door still locked and we could hear her groan- Ing had the butler burst opep tho 1door and there we found her just Where she was when you saw her still as death with tier own little revolver clutched In her hand What do you suppose made her change her mind about going shopping with you asked Did she receive any letters or telegrams today Louise thought for a moment before answering her slender fot n still Bfiaken with silent sobbing Gently I brushed away the tears that gathered n her eyes and drew her to me until her head was pillowed on my shoulder doubt that If In her distress she n ticed my action save In the sense of omfort that It brought h rHow ter rlble it lsto see the woman that you love suffer so much and to feel power less to do anything to help tier No said LOlllse1 am positive Katharine received no letter or telegram today except an Invitation or two that we read at breakfast We were together practically all the timei until after luncheon Perhaps some ono telephoned to her suggested Louise did not recall any message Wo summoned her sisters maid whoIIwas crouching outside the door aifaithful animal and put the question to her She was In such a hysterical state that It was difficult to make her understand what we wanted but final ly she remembered that there had been a telephone call just before wanted her asked Louise and I together The girl shook her head as If bewildered Think think I commanded What was the name Who was It If you answered the telephone whoever it was must have given his nameIherSUipldly she shook Wag It Mr Crandall asked Louise LIght camo Into Hildas face at onco L Now I renuwahrf jiie xaato Was It Mr CrandaIlAsked Louise I tia 4 eutnc45iThe name meant notl ng to mt tdu turned to Louise foi explanation hough there were man callers at the Farrish home I never d met a Mr Crandall nor had I e n heard the name mentioned It must have been H gh CrandalllsaJdLouiije Iwas afr Id that It was he Her remark puzzled e The onlyi Hugh Crandall I knew ly thing obout was a prosperous yoiinf brokr whom I nevqr had met person illy though I had seen his name occa lonaljy in con nection with exchange a d cluu affairs Do you mean Hugh randall the broker I asked Louise nodded and pning against my shoulder told me c a chapter of the family history with which I was wholly unfamiliar this man It seemed hadJmet her si er two years before on a steamer t which they were returning from i urope After that he had been a Ire ent visitor at tthe Farrish home Ka h fine was very fond of him and he ha been in high favor both with the ge ifal and Lou- Ise Though no formal nnouncement of an engagement had been made Crandal was looked ot Iby every one- sa Miss Farrlshs most ivored suftor About three months ag just prior to the time when I first Louise his visits to the house Iad suddenly ceased Im sure Louise e lalned that Katharine cared for ht i very much quarrelaboutunderstand for father had always seemed to like him TB ro was somc thing strange about the way his visits ended Father came ho ne one day at noon looking worried H called Kath anne Into tho library and shut dbdr I could hear Kat nat pleading with him and once orl wko heard lboth their Voices raised is if in anger Vhen my sister came out her eyes were redaaif she had eon weeping She went at mice to broom and did not come down to iim f When Mr Crandall called thru nj ht she came down to see him but e stayed only about ten minutes H0 demanded an Interview wUh fatlvr jnd father used to sco him lie lif t the house In heat ana never has bd n here since For several days Knit trine seemed much depressed but el e volunteered no confidences and I ty sltated to ask her any questions SIll seemed after a while wholly to have recovered her spirits arid I was ronv need that oho had made up her mind let Mr Cran dalj go out of her lifo That effect did this ave on the re lations between your f ither and sis ter I asked seeking ir vain for a mo the that would have cai se Kitharlno to attempt her life None whatever tha I could see Through It all except t r that one aft ernoon Katharines attf ode toward fa ther has been mostl able If anything It seemed to ra tint she wai tenderer towhrd hint terward than before Do you suppose she as been meet- Ing Crandall iurrept It loisly LouIse quickly and lj llgnantly drew herself away from me You dont know KatJ arlno as do she said reprovingly r yodnvet r would have said that it abulihonor If slip was golij to see Hugh 5ho would have dune st openly Hut he telephoned hei today per listed Thats so aduiittet Louise And think he must haved ne day be ore yesterday tow S6 ue one called ier and she went out Jtit as She did oduy Generally wo tlilleac other where we are goiiijr thougbt U eculiar at the time th ehVfialil noth ng to me Dill In deep perplexity both sat al ently pondering the try of Katha rines action Wht Id have made her do it Was It wot ered because tier father had karnetl onuihljig dis rroditubio about her itor anti had forbidden him the host IIUliran jail been Uing to p isuiile her to continue to see him spite her fa hers wishes Was th fonfllct in her hrrt hrJv lC aiv uy too iniii h for her IIuille tiziIeto uieand taft her hand gently on iny rat larding hht saiI h ro Is some Jeep mystery In lund this that has heeh creeping like a JIllIek shadow across the lives of both Catharine and my father In some w Hugh Cran dall is concerned In Itj know It I tech It Is something ni re thairinero ly the refusal of my foJ ler to permit her to marry Crutulall have watched them both and I know I have seen this mysterious specter lovering over my father gradually en hlng the very soul out of him ha seen Kath arines life too light by its constant presence Whetl r Katharine lives or whether she dl I must find out what It Is I must jcforo it kills my fattier too Youll sip me wont you There have been str age woolngs and strange betrothals In loves Ills tory hut never beloref las any man been brought to a fuller realization of tho depth pf a woman affection for him or her confidence a trust in him than IIatt at this ise put this went about her andmOjlntWhenLoU In one long kiss pledge that heart my mind my pors my every thing were hers All my bill ties would be devoted to clearln this mystery that was stealing the joy from lie r years when they should be the pleas antesl But this was n time for love dalliance The mstmust be solved Suicides generq Jy left letters Perhaps Hand In hand Louh and I went Into KatharJnosapar ents where tho rooms disorder stjl told of the tragedy so recently enajbted ther In t ne corner stood a litcjo open desk Its contents bore evldeiute of a recent careful Bortlns that hlnlpd very plAla Thousands naTO Kineyt ITroublo and To Find Never Out Suspect Itt a bottleorcoitiniotiglass with ater and let it stand twentyfour youti asedimentorsetI conI1 i kidIi ney troubLe too frequent desire to pass iif or pain in the back it also convincing proof that the kidneys itlid bladder are out of order What To DotThere is comfort in the knowledge sc often expressed that pro Kilmer SwanipTloot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism till in the back kidneys liver bladder andevery part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water andscalding pain in passing it or ball effects following use of liquor wine beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go ofte during the dayand td get up titan times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRooi is soon realized It stands the highest fur its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicin you should have the best Sold by drugS gists in fiftv cent and onedollar sues Yoir may haven sample bottle arid a book that tells all f f about it hothsentfreC by mail Address Dr g Kilmer Co Burg hamton N Y When mpRoot writing meiitionthis piper and dont make any mistake but remember the narhe Dr Kilmers SwampRoot auG the address Binghamton N Y jyor premeditation meio note or letter there looked next on the mantelpiece hoping to find among the photographs arid cotillion favors that littered H some clue which might solve the mystery but there was nothing there either My eye fell to the grate below where a fire burned cheerily Here again was evidence of premeditation in the ashes of burned letters and the charred corner of a photograph A blackened bit of paper that had fallen through the grate before It burned caught my glance and I stooped to pick It up It was Just a scrap of yel low torn from a folded letter with its edges burned to fragllenessj Carefully Louise and I unfolded it for it seemed the only thing in all the room thaimight yield some explanation As wo pared over the meaningless fragments of sentences an exclamation of liorror came from the doorway Look ing up we saw the tall form of General Parrish tottering on the sill Clad in a dresslngJacket his white hair in wild disorder he pointed with accusing finger at the yellow scrap of paper In my hand Never In mortal face have I seen such terror as saw in his ills eyes dilated seemed bulg- Ing from their sockets His counte nanco was white as chalk His jaw hud dropped In tho paralysis of terror From his throat came horrible mumb lings as ho tried to speak and could notLouise and I sprang to his side but with almost maniacal strength he shook us off and with finger still pointing to the yellow scrap had Itt fall to the floor he managed to gasp That yellow letter Where did ueforo lie could finish the sentence he foil stricken to the floor his voice choking iris eyes glazing paralyzed by some hidden terrorwl knew not what CHAPTER II t Our First Clue Louise and sat at dinner together Isnt it strange In this world of ours how the commonplace follows on tire tenible how the usual and the usual intermingle how the clock ticks on when tire whole jinlverse seeing to be tumbling about our heads In one of the rooms lip talrit lay Katharine still unconscious with a doctor and a nurse constantly at her side Tire but Itt had Jjftn removed and while it had peileteatd the brain some slight distance Doctor Wllcox said there was Just a chance the barest chance that she might recover It might however be hours he explained before she re gained consciousness If she ever did In another of the rooms lay General Farrish more de d than alive Paraly sis had deadened his limbs and tied his tongue Only his eyes seemcd alert Most of the time since the stroke had felled him he had bxn slumbering heavily not with tthe sleep of health or weariness but with the coma iof disease InLttle moments when he was awake and seemed con scions hs eyes still had the look of terror that we had Seer Just before he vas stricken Coupled with hUe look of Oar va an Indefinable expression of pjitmity us It there was sonicti big ho would ask and could not Anxi us is Louise and wore to learn what it was that was troubling him the doe or forbade our making any effort to do so and mado us leave the room whert he had put n second nurse In charge While the bustle of caring for the two stricken ones lasted there was little time for thought and was glad for the activity that kept Louises1 mind districted Just at the moment when It Feemell that everything had been done and there was nothing left but the anxious waitingwaiting foi the worst tho butler had tiptoed In to summon us to dinner Hravcly at first Louise and I made pretense of eating each trying to encourage the other hut the unforgetable events of the afternoon the missing fares at the table and the sorrow that filled u6 both wade food impossible Drawing our chairs together we discussed in whis pers the batTling mystery of Kath arines attempted suicide and her fa thers strange terror On the table before us lay the scrap of yellow paper the sight of which had so agitated General Farrlsh As soon as he had been carried Into his own rooms I had hastened to resdue It from the floor I felt that insignificant nslt appeared it must have some im portant connection with the events of the afternoon Yet as Louise and I puzzled over It there seemed nothing sinister in the fragments of sentences that the flames had left all but inde cipherableThe r of a peculiarly yellowish tint was hardly more than two square incItes the torn corner of a folded let ter On it we could mitkd out these words bu used so a sister t seemed inevlta arId disgrace ah by accident le make good As we studied the bit of typewrit- Ing word by word we tried to trace In It some hidden meaning some sin later warnlntr spmethlne or anything aJ iar woaia otineoi xvnn pom nam arlnes mental distress hjr hers poignant terror That the ter of which this was a part had letj iIn Katharines possession was evident from t uphethat It had been her purpose o destroy It Oh flip other hand General Farrish too must have known of the existence of this letter else why did he show such terror at the mere sight of a scrap of It It must hAW been part of some document that had made a vivid Impression on his mind More tthan likely wo felt whatever the let ter was it hail played some part In the quarrel between Katharine and her father the afternoon before she dismissed Hugh Crandall We ran over all the words we could think of that begin bra trying to frt one to the phrases following Tack bar ban bank bankruptcy basin bard rel barren battle there were too many of them We gave it up and passed on to the next phrase fused It proved equally puzzling We could make nothing out of it but the third line at least was definite enough for discussionA said Louise That aidionlyjI was not so positive as she that the lletter did not apply to the general The thought came to me that perhaps oven In the proud Farrish family there might have been some girl ihiM of unblessed birth whoso cxisteme tail boen kept secre from Louise IV r haps some knowledge of this sort lurid come to Katharine and the letter ro ferrcd to It refrained from suggest C1 thy Table Before Us Lay the Scrap of Yellow Paper ing such a theory for I felt it would be the height of cruelty oven to hint such a thing to Louise at a time when he father was helpless to explain Yet the following phrase seemed evitable might well fit Into some theory such as this followed as it was In the next line with the word dis grace For a moment I felt that was on the track of the solution of the mys tery Some specter from the generals past had risen to haunt his declining years to threaten his good name to worry him Into his grave His elder daughter had discovered It and had been unable to carry the burden of I shame Could this hare been the secret that these two shared and kept Louise In ignorance of A word front Louise all at once upset my theory I wonder she said If this isnt part of a letter about Hugh Crandall Dotjj she and I were convinced that in some way Crandall was involved My theory would not account for his connection with the case and at once abandoned it listening intently to one Louise advanced There must have been somo con nection between his having telephoned her and what she did this afternonIbefore she shot herself she burned this letter or most of It Father must have known about the letter so antI certain that it concerned CrandalL Has Crandall as sister do not know said Louise I know nothing about his family It stems strange too when for months antl months wo saw sp much of him II do not recollect his ever having men tioned any of his relatives My brain recorded a victory for womans intuition over mans loglcj tier theory seemed Infinitely better than mine After all It was absurd to suspect a skeleton In the lift of a manlike General Fnrrislr who had been constantly under public scrutiny fur many years It was much more probable that the letter referred to some Incident In the life of Crandall something so discreditable fhat tho gonernl had been forced to foruld Katharine having anything to do with Tjlra This theory would account for the quarrel between father arid daughter for Cran dalls reticence about his family for Katharines distress and naturally the sight afjLhe letter that jmd caused all the trouble would upset the gen eral began to see a plan for action Loulsedear How quickly ad versity strJps off conventionality and puts us where our hearts would havo us Louise dear I said IJt will probably be diiys before either your Father or Katheuliio will hoable to Hive us any assistance yet the knowl edge that everything has been clearedl up that the specter has been driven away undoubtedly would hasten the recovery of both So I feel that we must go ahead Oh Harding she breathed Her hand stole out and qought mine What a eomfott you are to me What would have done this afternoon without you Youre right dear we must solve this awful mystery at once We must The first thing for me to do I went Qn is to find Hugh Crandall He can probably tell us all about this letter Even If he cant ho elm say whjr he telephoned Katharine and where she went this afternoon When we have learned this much weshall at least have mado good start The next thing will be t0 trace the letter If Crandall does not know about It we will try to learn from whom It came Thats Impossible objected Lou lee Havent we looked everywhere in Katharines room for the envelope In which It came I am positive that sue burned it WIthout the envelope you can never discover where It was m addros9dImpost office has wonderful ways of tracing mall 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keeping saves them frou 25 toSO per cent n wort and worry Shorthand Practically all U Scdli ida cmirt reporters yrite the System of ShorthiUi DratiKhon Colleges teach II kyfi Because thlttknow it is the best bookkeepers stenographers CATALOGUE Draughons COLLEGE Nr IDRAUGHONS PR ACTIGAI BUSINESS COLIEGEN- aihville or Tenn or Paducah Ky EYaoiviUf JK = = Fiiysiciaiis Advisethe undlgeta3modt nIiallL and latent uf proJut if science is VELVO Laxativ Uer Syrup portly vegetable onftheStornIconsiipatlbnlr4lgestlontiiiunessTry Vpl fIfl F I LAXATIVE l JJfER YRUP r 7 just wncre Know nia piaco or ousi lI luess know tliatjoo but It is useless to try find trim there tonight Katharine used sendall liar uot s to lint of hs clubs where here ceivcd his mallI think It was the IDlverslJy Come Into tIre library said Iweran quickly locate him stopped in the hall to examine the book hoping It might give his home address but it contained only tho officc of iris firm However had no difficulty in flnding in the li brary the volume I Bought the olulp directory and turning to his name 1 saw that tie was a member at both the rnlvqrsity and the Harvard As iVas n member pf tire Unlv slty myatI had no difficulty Ingtt- lng Crandalls address over thetlel phone Loath as I was to leave Louie alone I lolL that prompt action wv demanded so ltook my d tMrturo at onco If I Ond Crandall will bring hint back with mo so that you may hdarall he has say Whether or not I sue coed I wlll return wlthln an hour My friend tim post office inspector 41v lsojnewhero out In Jersey bu Iwitl see trim the first thlngIn thc morn 4ng 4 i The grateful look Louise gave me as left Imbued me with a new and wholly delightful settee of roaponal bulLy The ten mlnutegjt toolcin to reach rooms rofilled with that Incoherent HUBS that cornea to every run uhQ realizes fOr hfirst mfanst Crandall llvedIn one of thoao rev modeled mansions common In that tMt ot Fifth avenue from Which tile families have flail ij For and Q i of t i F RIA COPAJI ecYoa I w ifrs and lure holding good positions as the result ofitaking Home Study For pries on lessons BY MAIL ritejxd F DRAnG President Nashyille Ten h Forh cat aloguo on cotjrsowJ T m Memphis or Knoxville or t of I-lie i gentle etc to to telephonic Crandalls so IIr worg given over to shops and the up 4it5T floors to bachelor apartments I i hsd no difficulty In finding among the ipeatedj notesponseIDetermined not to leave learned lila whereabouts I gave thet janitors bell a vlgoroiis push AVhere can find Mr Ctandall titI asked as soon as he appeared His manner made It evident that he lj considered my question an Impert nonce but I had tact Fifth avenue janitors before I ama lawyer I erslsted Itmust see Mr Crandall fbnlght on anI important matter Ton wont he replied almost gleefully It seemed to me Why notri demanded sharply What tfb you meant My tmanner was not without its ef feet JHes gone lV ay thtf man ex- plalHed a little more respectfully v IttGone exclaimed HercJVj1aaI now mystery orporhaps the explana thou of the l1rstano1t may htiVe ben ui8 departure thathaddeptossed Kat- irfl3 9Vhiieaslpq7 When did be fl1 ikm long wlllrheje awayT IItcaii J a To be cohtlntted r CASTOR fA orlnnf a and Children The Kind You Have Always BwW j Dears tho x 2fISignature pf C X T C q5 L