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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- L K 5 fEsrABus1EDINJ 3 l JtEW SERIESYOL SP1NGFIEIDWASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 4 lSi2 011 1L sIOOPEIY SINS NEVER TO BE FORGIVEN ill 2035 July 7 Hnt It the condemnation that light it coon Ma the world and men bred darkness raSh er than light bccautt their deed were eviL 7obmrlJ THE BAPTIST declaredof JOHNus He must Increase but I decrease After John put Into prison Jesus min iletry became more public through the HimJjer and His friends became solicitous The Scribes and Pharisees consider ed themselves the representatives vof a J the Jewish orthodoxy qualified to pass 4 4uiion everything theological the pub lie waited for their message saying Have any of the ScrlBes and Phari sees believed on Html Hence Jesus declared that these representatives of Divine things were doubly responsi ble for they would neither enter into dlsclpleshlp themselves nor would they perrojt the public to do p Tiat Jesus did many miracles could not be disputed and that on many oc 6demonsbe denied The Scribes explained jU N this however by K jJJ saYing that Jesus = 4 had collusion with = Beelzebub Satan and that by hisBeeievbub aapower He was ableUtah out des to cast out daemons iu Rut Jeans answered that If it was true that Satan had turned reformer find was opposing his own minions the demons then it proved that his king dom would soon fall Itu ithming the Holy Spirit 4 TTOvfact that today many religious ay stemspractlce faithhealing is claim I edtoibea mark of Divine approval on tiifrength of our Lords words Yet fwe have In opposition to their asser i tlonS to remember that those who I claim to exercise this power v try gcn n erally deny the existence of the Gos r peiot Christ Some of them deny that man is a sinner and declare that there s no such thing as sin Prac tically all of them deny the redemptive valueotl Christs death and that fie will come again and establish His Kingy dom and through it bring to mankind the promised blessings of restitution to human perfection Acts ill 1921 There is only one answer to make to he claim that these faithhealings prove the truth of these various an tagonistlc doctrines and that answer I Isonewhicb Jesus here states if thfaithheaIlngpower be not ot God ittb of the Adversary and If it be Qfifyje Adversary It protes that he Is upholding false and contradictory 4 doctrines and that the collapse of his dominion Is nigh This view is 1m pressing itself upon Bible students f Addressing the Pharisees who charg JJedvHlm with being Satans prime mlu i later and agent Jesus declared that all manner of sin and blasphemy which I tueri commit are forgivable except 4 blasphemy against Holy Spirit 1JeusdId not say that the Scribes and Pharjseeshnd committed this sin He did however give the warning re proof that those who could thus see tbe righteousness of His teachings how tone glorified God in His words and ac thljV to Satan must be perverse In their 0 4i hearts qnd if so they would be danger of eternal condemnation the i Second Death they would be like nat urnf brute beasts made to be taken and destroyedII Peter 12 Acts Hi 23 Hath Never Forgiveness The Bible teaches that the penalty kdams sin was death but that under lmlne providence j3 tc the orkOf Jesus v is to release au j mankind from that death sentence and to all anf QgIe op t 1f portunItyofreturn j log to harmony wlthObd by bring Ingftll td n clejirer Ikiw ge of the Trn 0 somp i Ihl4 w ledge 1 Bchotd M9cimme fn w with i1t pjri1eJ or coming ineiyberHftif the Bride rlns But with tlie world tho period of r Messiahs Kingdom will ba tthe testing if tilDe and tbeir prMrege wiy be to at Lr f lath human perfectiort otherwise to be cut off in the Second Death Mean Itlme whatever light they may be en Joying will be either helpful or Injurl ons as they shall deal with it Those who violate their consciences and Ignore the light which they enjoy sin iiculaa Ji will find themselves proportionately degraded when they shall come under Kingdom Influ ences nud tests- Brothers Sisters and Mother Todayji study closes with the Mas ierflexplannton of class to which opjpilielrnslifdr His sympathy Jesus mother and brctliren on tilde of the throng ROut Him beguUI I they desired to see Him How fult the lesson of the Great breadth of spirit regardless of caste uhd class when He said Who Is mother My brethren And thenI MyI looking toward His disciples who were Sitting near Him taking in His teach t Ings He said Behold My mother and My brethrenl for whosoever will doS will of God theJhe same Is My broth IT and My sister and My mother v SEHTENCfc1HIIIWR mUIN Jtnt te Prison for iettlnf Wife V M rey Asks M to M Law V t ttrrP1 plrbeaUng his wI elulJtra Indicted for beating liii motherinlaw recommended to the 1aarcy of eCourtOn this verdict returned fai c urt recently Joseph No Jedly a Bachlnlst was sentenced to pay the costs a fine of 6K ceta ai4 wrY rrinJU r1 r i w r TIll3 rTINkr i J J if WhyieefisHigh Jonas Weitbe vynlllmowri Jive stockdealer in a Jester to the Lexington papers says This old story of tne Beef Trust gettibg all the money and holding up the consumer is all nonsense and any one who cares for facts can and does know bett rrWith cattle selling up to 825 a huudred right here in Fayette county in the pasture hogs 750 and lambs 7 to 750 does this look like the Beef rush gets all the moue The sho1e thing in a nutshell is this We bad a very severe drouth last aUmmer cutting tue corn crop in halt over the United States making all kinds of feed the highest in many years and curtailing the feeding of all kinds of live tock andthnsp that did feed did so at an enormous expense The farmers are getting higher prices for cattle than they have gotten since the war More than 15000cattle have been sold in Central Kentucky in the past thirtv days at anaverage of 7t cents and yet the farmers tire not getting any more than they ought to get considering the high cost of feeding cattle atjd cost of Iced If the newspapers would succeed to bring about a boycott on meats and therefore bring about a condition so farmers would have to take much llower prices for their cattle and sell at a loss the result eventually would be still cattle fattened and larger scarcity and still higher prices for meats The time has come when the farmers no longer have Urfeed their corn to hogs and cattle in order to dispose of their corn They can sell it at good prices and often at more money than they get out of feed lug it to live stock The whole thing depends on supply and demand and if Jibe thing isleft alone it wUadjust itself High prices for Jive stock will event ually increase production and this is the only hope for Jojvef prices for meatst Crippled tar Friday while Messrs Erastua Eolliday rind Proctor Masters of Washington county were en route to this place to ship some lambs they barely escaped a terrible accident but the other parties were the sufferers Whan about five miles from Harrods burg on the Cornishville pike their buggy was just rounding a harp curve in the road when an automobile appeared coming in the opposite direction at the rate of nearly sixty miles an hour our informant tells us The cbauffuer realizing what a colli sion would mean turned the machine so sharply that most of the spokes of one of tbe frpnt wheels were torn out ihe car plunged into the shrubbery by the roadside spun along about thirty feet on two heels and then turned turtle As it tumbled over the embankmet occupants df the car were theI out two of them being fiedibutthem were injured other than to bq severely bruised They were Mr W S Gibbs of Shelby ville and two gentlemen from Eminence one ol whom had his wife ith him in the car They were ottheshatter d wh el was bracedwith 1 Stimulate Children lAsk tour doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant fof ciiildren He will probably say Very very rarely Ask him how often he prescribes a tonicfor ItheI11 He will probably anIswer Very very Then ask him frequentlyI andIslckhetdicheHovrmtnyL thehouseofbmoulnel I these pills Ask him all about them xb3 ae J 0 4xZZ co Lowell Ku planks and the machine was dHven on to Springfield Lebanon Junction City and then to this place where the Wheel was reenforced with liron braces and the party proceeded on to Shel by ville that evening A circuit of about two hundred miles a as covered by the crippled Car Harfodsburg Herald Random Thoughts When riding in the rear seat of an auto going sixty miles an hour and iit skids toward the edge of a precipice if there is a young woman beside you bid her not to become frightened Step lightly out of the auto and telephone the repair man When you are in the parloj with a beautiful young creature and the electric ligh s suddenly go out white yOu are seated be side her on the divan collect your wils Tell her not to be alarmed and search through your pockets for a match Strike it and ask her if she can find a caudlAJWhen you areVttting at luncheon with a young lady and one of jour creditors approaches and duos you for his bill turu to him languidly and py him 1 re marking that it is a pleasure to you to ba able to lend him the money if he offers you a re ceipt wave your hand airily and say that his word is sufficient heneed not give you his note When chatting with a lady of some fortyfive summers who iis contemplating matrimony and who leads j the conversation around to a poiut where you must commit yourself if the al lows her hand to fall near yours and looks languishingly into your eyes and asks you if you do not believe there are times when ag4rl is justified in tell ing a man she loves him do not wait for j our nat and cane Send a messenger for them next day Barrodsburg Herald Loyalty in Business 1 have been in the business world for ten years and I have found that the greatest asset for one to haye is loyalty to his work it makes no difference wheth er you are a clerk stenographer or stock buyer Loyalty to your work will advance jou quicker than any other asset Let us see what it will do It Will hold your attention to your work to your employer and his interests and to anything which pertains to your work It will keep you ahead of your job1so to speak It will call attention to ways and means which will help you and will make you giveyour beso at all ttimes In other words it in sures your advancement Mnrie Rose Janesville Win Aand Hurt Sunday afternoon Mr L 0 Terbune sustained a bodlv injur edhand by mixing up in a dCg ireIand in passing the livery stable of Mr Walter Noopou Broadway hisdovgpt in a scrap with the canine belonging to Mr1 James Robinson The fight was terrific and the owners of the dogs attempted to separate them Mr Terhune was choking his pet when the Robinson log sud denly let go ind buried his teeth in Mr Terhures hand splittinjr it through1o the seeped and thatphysicianshad wound The wound is getting along niccij we art lad tostate This is the sairu cog that caused the injury to Ool Ben Lee Liar enItranceagoHarro is burg Herald The Choice Of A Husbandi- s t too important a matter for a woman to l be handicapped by weakness bad blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life PnJsl New strength fine complectiort pure breath cheerful spirits things that win menfollow their use Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon Robertson Abig Stock refngrators and lCfi boxes on display at Leach man CampbeDls i 650 to 8500 Buy now while vou have a big stocir to select from WILL BEAUTIFY SCHOOL GtibtlNDS f u School Board Cloied Con trrct With Ne York rNursery The School Board f this city has just closed a co tract with the Brown Bros Co ontinental Nurserys of Reich ster New York through their landscape man Mr B M I noing eff Perry yille and Sout ern repre sentative for Kentuc y for the urbqreal decoration c our pub lip school grounds which will consist of u double terrace oh the south side of le building sloping gradually ward the Texas pike We understand that tIe grading wil e sp eftect ed as to provide for a tine tennis court on the East of The building aflne stone wall witti pillar at either end and centr walk entrance iis one of thev eatures off the proposed decor Sons The Macville and Texas pike line will be planted with the standard Manitoba arc af Maples at regular interval of thirty feet the same lines to be front flanked by a beadtiful California Privet hedge Tun drive en trance will be removed from the present location in rant to a point about one hundred feet down the Texas pike making a sraight hue to tn hitching sheds in rear of the building part of this drive lr bordering the immediate grad portion of the building properifwill also be shadedqa line of tine trees as a ba k ground to the campus and w th a rail in front will dffotd a ccol hitching place for horses ai special oc casions off large gi therings or entertainments tna school We understand tl the Board has engaged Mr t1t1tl Lnning to personally d Che plant mug which will be p by the improved methr d of dyna miting We cong atulate tthe cHizns of Spring Jd for this acquisition of bej auty in its midst and for the segacity and taste of the wem1 ers of the school hoard in pioviding so important a feature of esthetical culture for tho el Idren under tHeir care for theJrefined impressions from nature upon tire youthful mind canjcbt help but producR ietinid express i jns of character afur tuIi- 4Ma1lCarrIcrs Will Fly This is a age of groat discoveries Progress rides on the Soon we may- see Uncle Sama mail Carriers Hying in ujl directions transpo ng mail peo pie take a wonderful icrest in a discovery that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings Ne Discovery for Coughs CoUla and o er throat and lung diseases is the ml t popular medicine in Americaolt ured me of11 dreadful caugh wries Mrs J F Da Stickney Corilr Me after docUis treatment an all other remedies had failed Ex Client for coughs colds or liny bronchial iffection Price 50c and 100 Tria bottle tree at Haydon Robertson 0 jtorra Havia autrfof of Tho Re cording Angel mak some keen ob nervations on the de tlnleu of human beings in general One of the repre sentative bits of he philosophy folI IowaIThe biography of mmans Is made up more of what ey plan to do that of what they rei lly achieve If It Is set down literally You wbrk hard with a certain aim In view You purpose to arrive with ur collateral nil properly arranged fo the event It is clear sailing Then fate takes tho gripes and Inadver sntly kicks you under the fifth rib id there you are set back about ten yi rs Your grand mother died wiihoui leaving you the inheritance you ha4 every reason to expect You have t4 get up and make your own ballots are counted You have to lees to it that you fortuntIth4 stars every time you It is provi dential your de struction of the solar system Inclination to a t Into Ruts We are all too mif h inclined to get into ruts For one thing it is esy For another some iF us dislike doing the unusual for fesi of being talked about or laughed a Laziness Indifference or selfcon lousness holds us tight and fast in th same routine of living year in and y ar out Women shutthe elves out of much that Is live and vi Ihy not joining some of the worn a clubs that are now so important a art of life They are shuttln out whole uni verses when they nmflne themselves to one line of read Indeed one can reate many new worlds for herself by bringing into ones life new int rests It is one of the most cffecthf ways of keeping young Discovers Cause of- High Prices Among the witnesses who appeared before the New York feed investigating commission was H B Fullerton a truck farmer at Riyerbead L L He said he decided to follow his products from the soil to ihe door of the consuiner and find 6utif possible how it happened that ha received a low price for what cost the public a lot of money Be found five middlemen between himself andl the cOnsumer Two of them with no office but their hats and lead pencils as he puts it and he decided to try ad experiment Be packed several hampers ful of attractive varieties of vegetables and sent by express to a selected list of consumers With the hampers he sent a cardsay ing These vegetables are fresh from the gaidenand have not been bundled by five sets of middlemen They are quoted in the market today at 3 If you keep them please remit 125 lu every case tub hampers were retained and the money sen the consumer thus getting the bettor products at less than hail the retail price The express charge was 25 cents After de ducting that Mr F llertun netted l which was more than he formerly got from commission men All right lor producer and consumer but what becomes oC the live middlmen They may have to go to workEx What Makes a Woman One hundred and twenty poundsmore- or less of bone and muscle dont foun4tionPutshe may rule a kingdom But thats just what Electric Bitters give her Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dis pelling weakness nervousness baclc acke and tired listless worn out feel ing Electric Bitters have done me a world of good writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with allmy heart for making such a good medicine Only 5Uc Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Mammoth Cave Washington Countys trip to Mammoth Cave will be July 17 The round trip railroad fare from all stations 375 All expenses at Cave hotel 550 for two days trip The latter amount includes your board at Cave hotel and the several routes through the Cave making the total expense for the two days outing 025 Liini on tickets 10 days going on regular morning train Write or P mo- neLNAgent t BELIEFS OF THE MOROCCANS Curious Ideas of the Arabs Regarding the Earth Sleep and Other Matters The Arabs of Morocco believe that the earth is balanced on the horns of a bull which Itself rests on a flab on the surface of the sea the sea being borne up by the Divine Power When the bull is tired ho changes the earth from one horn to the other with the result that there is an earthquake During sleep the soul leaves the body and visits other souls What we see and hear whilst dreaming are the things which the soul sees and the conversations in wHch it takes part during its peregrinations Cons quently we ought never to Waken a sleeper rudely for if he happens to be dreaD lng at that moment hlssout may not have time to return to the body and in consequence the man will dieMoroccan wizards contend that ghosts can only be devils never the souls of dead pecple They are human in appearance with the exception of their eyes which ore directed and their feet which are downwardsI shaped like the hoof of a camel These ghosts speak but they are intangible They are of all lorsyellow red green white and blackand their prin cipal occupation consists in playing tricks on human beings At Marrakech th re is a house in which the owners placed a bath but they were unaware that the property belonged to the devils A young wo man came to have a bath but no sooner had she stepped into the water than she disappeared Hearing her crIes for help the neighbors rushed In whereupon she appeared on the surf ace of the water As soon as the people tried to seize her she disappeared and so on for some time There was nothing to be done but to close the house which thus fell into the hands of timo talebs who had spread this story among the credulous population of the town for their own end Wide World Magazine CASTfiRIA1 Por Infants and Children nil Kind You Havi Always foifM Bears the- 8lgmmturo tof SCHOOL SUFFRAGE CAMPAIGN INAUGURATED BY KENTUCKY FEDERATION OF WOMENS CLUBS Law Granting School Suffrage to Ken tucky Women Is Now In Effect Women Who Can Read and WrIte Now EllglbletoVote Lexington KyThe Education Department of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs has started this week a School Suffrage campaign which will corftlnue throughout the months of July August and Septem ber By means of the press the print ed circular letter the pulpit Plub and School League meetIngs fact by every means possible an effort will be made to Influence the women of Ken tucky to show their Interest in public schools by expressing their legal opinion on the subject The greatest effort will be made to have the subject presented at the va rious Teachers Institutes and aittt- er has been sent by the Education Department of which Mrs R N Roark of Richmond Is Chairman ask ing for a place on the Instlte pro gram for a School Suffrage tpeakeri Sjme of the most brilliant and capable women of the state have vohrUeeec1 to address the Institutes without any expense to the local teachers Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart of Morhead Mrs Mason Maury Mrs Harry White sides Mrs John Little of Louisville Mrs R N Roark and Miss Bell Bennett of Richmond Mrs T J Smith of Frankfort Mrs A M Harrison and Mrs Desha Breckenridge of Lexington Get Out the Vote It Is the policy of the Education Department simply to work to get out e large vote for the most emclent schoo officials and to furnish through the public press such brief and necessary Information about election laws ar will enable all women to ue the schoo suffrage with intelligence and with dignity No effort whatever will be made to build up a womans machine nor to back any special candidate on the contrary a continued and persist ent effort will be made to keep all school elections and school questions out of politics Letters of Commendation Many letters have been received this week by thd Department of Edu cation of the K F W C from county superintendents and teachers A superintendent from one of the Blue Grass counties writes as follows The county school superintendents and progressive teachers will appre late more than any other class tot per ions in Kentucky the granfjig of school suffrage to women for they eallze bow much this step will mean n the states crusade for better edu cational conditions I believe more ver that the teachers feel an espe cial responsibility to help arouse all the women who are their school patrons to this new privilege and that they will cooperate in every way possible with the club women to get out a large school suffrage Vote An earnest and continued Interest wflllsoonof those educational we have long possessed more convenl ntI buildings and more beautiful better trained teachers and higher sal aries longer school terms and a larger per cent of attendance courses in Domestic Science Manual Training and the Science of Agriculture a curric alum that shall consider the needs of the Individual child and shall con tribute something practical to his de velopm ant Suffrage Law Now In Effect The law granting suffrage to Ken tucky women went Into effect on the 12th of June Women who are able to read and write are now eligible to vote in the August and November elections for school officials and upon school questions and are eligible to bold any office pertaining to the man agement of the schools except those otherwise prescribed by the coiv titu tlon John T Shelby of Lexington who participated in the framing of the School Suffrage Bill states that It was the intention of those who prepared the bill that it should give women the right to vote for county superintend ent His legal opinion follows Section 155 of the Constitution gives to the General Assembly the power to regulate elections of school trustees and other common school dls trlct elections The Act of March 24 1908 for the government and regula tion of common schools makes the county the school district and provides for tho subdivision of this dls trlct Into educational divisions and the educational divisions into subdistricts The office of county superintendent Ji not a constitutional office and under the present system the county being the district the superintendent It a school district officer and the election at which he or she may be chosen UOolIteral Assembly Jiad the constitutional power to confer upon women the right of suffrage which was attempted to be conferred by the Act of 1912 Whether this be so or not the intention of the trainers of the bill was certainly to con fer upon women if it could be constl tutionaijy done the right Jp yjte fez the county superintendent anti upoo school measures ot questions submitted to a vote oflbe people Very respectfully yours SlgqedJNOc T SHELBY Wrong Position KNOW is the time of opportunities young men why doesnt oWn forward Its because hos too back Consistent Order Guest Bring me a b best wIne otuiGlJj WatterThfs place Sa Guest4a ItT TheR Rf your xtm drjr t Marion CountyS ai ceeIr Prior to adgonrning for foe summer iheCoaurt ot Appeals on Friday haadtd dowii a number of opinions three cases passed on being tfom MaripftHCOumyi Tue Phillips will case tried ftefore ludge Saudjge of Rus sell vJlle last July jeas reversed In the lower court the jury bruke the will of the late Mrs Eusebia PhUIipslfhe higher court se s aaide this jfinding on account of improper evidence and improper instructions to thf jury Tue opinion Coyers 47 ty pawritten pages jThe tiighfei court directs that ih the ne trial of the casa unless mMt proof is intrcdncjd on ha ques tion or fraud aa mental incapac sty that ttfe only question to be submitted to the jury will be undue iilluonce 1 he court affirmed thev Bal iohei tson case liouertson Wa iven a life seritoLcein the pen tftt ntiary for the murder of Mao IOU Issues aua under the decision jf the higher court he must oerye Bis lime be cuSe of the Chicago Building Manufacturing vs eaveu- tc the court holds ttat al oubicribera for lock iu the S u Marys ceamery must tijy Jo i ge stock fr whicu they sub jcribed Maou Falcon- Big Warehouse Deal Closed tiexinglon Ky Jane 29The Dig tobacco warehouse merger by which the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company obtainsi a allLhreeall purcnase outright ot two warehouses was consummated today s The houses to enter into av wording agieement when the stotk changed hands were the Central Tobacco Warehouse the Growers Warehouse and the New Stivers WareboUse The t vo bouses which were purchas ed outfight add for which the sum of 108000 vas paid were the tShelburne for which the combine paid 48 OOand the Lexington Warehouse which cot BO000 The only house left out of the IdJCompartyJJ Halley and Charles H Berrymao are large stuck owners Its directors have not decided whbttu r to join the working arrangement The new arrangement will make Lexington not only the biggest loose Ileaf jnarkVt in the country but its equipment for selling tobacco redrying and hauling and shipping will be un approached by any other market in the world Tfier prices for sEtl1ing the pro duct will remain the same as in the past t SEEKS TO MATCH GOLD FISH Woman Gets Them In department Store Too and Friend Wont Know the Difference Brooklyn N YThere was not the slightest trace of a smile on the face of Af fashionably dressed women In a Fulton street department store In Brooklyn as she opened a package con taining a dead fish I wish to match thin fexactlyt she said to a saleswoman Had the woman smiled the clerk would have considered herflt practical jok r but the request unaccompanied by a smile seemed uncanny that the clerk Impelled by fear passed a secret sign to summed Manager Neaderland wh askedWhy you wish to match this madamIt JafrlelidhUo flshlandwith a live one exactly the same Third aisle to tle right saId tae manager leading the way to a goldfish tank and an exact duplicate ot the dead fish was transferred to a globe HE HUNG ON SPIKE IN WELL Superhuman Acrobatics Finallyi leases Impaled Man CollajMM After Reaching Safety Allentown Pa As John pougherty was chasing a chicken he ran acrojs an old well 80 feet deep wh ecoftj1 Ing crushed beneath his weight J1 By rarelucl a rusty flktvlit aj beam wh did not Eodown caui- In 1itoat aI ie w4 eJt1IMI itt grab th NObodyWW ahd Ms cifhelp were ufl1i He wsby terickety old M iir tea Itss when brthe wtercli e SMeriitteaMi strength J toanatti ta p mNcse w robatlcs which landed kI te tt the reece Be tkett MwM saftye unnerve4 tHt oEkat J U frJ l ii SUHCRJP1JON 1 t 1 Ir K fr J iLk s i J XIXNO27- f I 1Mark thI is II Iable JiThetucky passed a law fixiurb JoI 4 minimum salary of Uchfrf 9iii 1 135 and the ma tmas at I7Oi r I TpontK This telarj U gr fupon the claY of school gif ot certibcite exp ric ia attendance third elm cfoN will pay front 85 to f40 class from 46to 50 J Jmcltss from triO to 6 per M Wr initial salary To tibitt IiMt tt j salary 100 perU moith wjifte1 added for each ittCDdaac9clor toe term tbe iDtiill with SO H rtt cent and ending wftbr 70 per ceut A section fthe sew school aV unrt 4tattendancspenalty provided lot laUilrt to ailojiiEveryi other person residing within tha tonqdarl of the COity semool disirlotjawt and hiving ihe custody coBiiDr oJ MfMrvkkfa otanychiia tJr cnilSrtn btwea ciie aged of seven and twe1vLyears jracluaiye shall cabae such Child orchiidren to be enrolled inrnd to attedsome pbllcorr tj privateday or paroctilal ichoolll regularly for the lfuIJ commot i tiCou1 01 gratH bool fterm in each y nrJljisifc paamon I school l d1rtct Ql tbe county in i t- whidhucb child or chiWen may liijre in this Commoawealth Providbdbweyei that this act shall not apply in any else where the child has been or is eing taught at borne fIn swsn branches as are tsvht in thi publicsOhooIaior1IkprIof j examination as other jpdpijs in the district in which such eil14j resides and for the pQrpoee 7ascertaining whdihei or not p4Schild is embraced wiUriBtbfeWr emption the County Coiart say order such cbildto submitt id ah examination tolbe glfea bfib I county sUp inte1dD qf schools JLionwho is excused by UMLOptaty Board of Educftipa upon iu being fahownU ti4 satisfaction of the ouatYssnperintSiuUut of InIdition to attend fechooj Any parent gaardiaa or other person fallLig oocjily with the provIss ofthiNit shall forfeit to th u e ol tk schools within tbV district J in IK which such cbildliffs a susv not less then fiveooUars IS OO fioUarJt20 jless ithan fifty dollars for tlpe Moond and every subsequent offfMe and cost fsnttr Inecat il1cIlI Lg t A Bostoam aMtfeik I lf fram tit bite of ian insect two yaani efen b j avertucDeraiatti aalael aa bites of Insects Tide Buckius A4ei Salve promptly to kill jite police aa prevent InflawBatien kwtUjbiff an 4tpeczemaat Haydon RoberUoau D Sr YowriiSfr WitbbestgrAoi tiuM b selling st froaieOio6 psr lo on eastern rkk sad wltJ cDaiiy mw4lws kOCk s b ltst sumra drW Ot tW past iriqiigrs MT M coW prdapecji jprovlct itas n that hay prices wilt bold to a unttstiMly bifhlIyl iirinf I j entire prMMt jfAr Ta e5 means Ithiivt e fori iii 4 mer w1lLBOly SB SScrop in ts bast but will IncrsaeaapIy p1 h btitutes for bay to 1WzisToese will 1scId k- cntcornoSr ilw pr4 of short ptsfairfi se cured next Se It oo has notv ysf l1keMIo sb- geaeralt asya helow Me FarrQ4 L ISdESM1MM1ite4aoo m4 b w At N s vUu oJkx mod rwrd f t v5T F ezventh nnual sSemlily J f t I R AUTIFUL GROUNDS IDEAL PLACE FOR GREATEST PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS n i II = Note The Following AttractionsNational r DAILY BALL GAMES L of base ball games has Been arranged teams nearby towns There will be ar i aftell1onandtwo games on July 4th The large new on the ball grounds Arill make uese games more than ever f AJfrai gem 1 Carhping Season Tickets lr if SEASON TICKETS Adult Children 125 Single Admission 35 ASK FOR PROGRAM I 4p Ky p 1 r Tilt WREADfR SPRINGFIELD KY PUBLISHED B VET THUB8D Y JAMES P MOE JOSEPH POLIN Editors and PnbHshere spANOMINEE cj =I The Baltimore Convention iJ jjtane s Standard Bear eta Governor Woodrow i RJMarshall After one of the most menjor 0ble conyeri lions n the history I of the country Gevernor Wood I row Wilson was named by the Democratic Party as their can ticnor Thomas B Marshal off Indiana was named for Viet V 5 CbaplpC13thirteenth ballot when he hadI Stuntil the forty sixth when his d gates were released to vote for whom they wished and Governor Wilson was nomir a ted The nomination of Gov Wilson wsduelentirely to tllrefforts pf Jim J Bryati who at first 1pprted Clark out tate r I thrtwP Kim down making a speech with bitter insinuations against the speaker The nomination was made 1 unanimous and while there was Lconsiderable feeling because off Jc the strong fight in the conven 1 tion yefit is believed that Wil Sand Marshal will receive the support of a united Democracy The delegates from Kentucky be it said to their credit stood iL by Cbamp to the very last The I 1 people of Kentucky willree proud of these met for the 4L courageous way in which they repisented them But when 11 was all over and it was moved ci to makeS the nomination of Wil son unanimous There Stood i Old Kentucky Judge nL Liitsey has just received from the l civil and highway engine ring 1 of the State University of Ken tacky a letter saying that Washington CountYis entitler A ttf two tree chol airships to tht r Highway Coursa in engineer ilag o qJr tuition only As of ilie provisions off the law passed at the last term of the r legislature is that a highway engineer sbarl be appointed Iii eaclTcountyy it would be a good thing for some of our young men tol lie udvanmge of tb 4 courte aid at little expensi V prepare themselves for thai position The course is a gova one ahd will result in inure work in road repair leg and road building in the state receiptrir Tcfird Atisltant Posiumsiei deneral at Washington D 0if1 f forming us that we must cut cl1l subscribers in arrears on i their subscription or pay for r sending same at the rate of one ceut for each four ounces Tnls you can reudilysee would be so igLt a rate of postage that we yco ld not afford to send the paper SO please look at the labe- lr on jpur paper and flee if you sre in arrears dir so please attend Jr1 o the matter so we will know t wb4ttf9A1 v We regret to have j todbtbibu we have to obey Tcnd4Sgw- Tkfrf it no doubt about it iber itkkIckour dog around ruI ii w tttt tt tt 2iProctor ChiutauQua Association r and the worst of it was be was kicked by those he believed were his friends The next time we will take a butt dog instead of bound and we wont ask anybody not to kick the dog 1 tIWillisburg Mr J G Johnson and wile ent Sunday in Mackyille Mrs Ballard Settles and baby have returned home after a weeks stay with W M Poster and familyI J R Mitchell hs to hi Wsbe AenColvin Colviu Mr J M Trent und wife let Tuesday morningfor an Extended trip through the Western states They will return October 1 stLMr H S CUtsmger wife and s Sonves here the latter part of lust I week Misses Bertha and Nora Baker yisited Mrs Dan Mcllyoy iin last Friday Misses Elizabeth and Blanche hirley spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Alice Pitkston at LiseyMiss Mattie Settles is visiting Mrs R L Foster in Bloomfield Mrs Henry Cooksey is visit ling her Mrs Will Summers at Botiund this week Mr J W Bush and wife of Springfield were in our town Saturday Mr Fred Milburn took charge of the mail route between Springfield and this place July 1 Mr Fred Hughes who has been on the road for the past 4 years moved his family to Louivihe We wish both parties success and trust they will have a brightI and prosperous future in their new positions Misses Edith and Maud Sims are the week with relatives in Mercer county L h Following iis the delinquent School Tax Payers as per list of G C Wharton Treas Boss Blanford Fonz Blan ford Lee Boone Henry Bpone Henry Borders Sam Burns 4ia Belbauui Robert TCj nary W T Condor T J Conway H JIJ tCdrrico James Driscol F M Dridcol a H Downy Wa lace Chautauqua Band and Orchestra MndelSSolin Quartette Charlesl Plattenburg J Adam Bede Robert ParKer VilIiani A Rob v McCoiiic1cii Damron Adrian Nevins Robert Bowman Gabriel R McGuire rather Henry B Tierney MIss Nanah Rense Rev Thomas B Terhuneandofl eis A 1 1 between representing famciieveay grandstand interesting Now and Lebanon departmental Springfield spending Delinquent Duncan C R Grundy J Clus Greene WE Greene R LI Goatley James E Hagan Will Johnson J W Janes W P KelleyJ N Keiley Geo Lawrence Bohon Lucas J L Squire Moore Charles Moor Logan McPherson Will Mc Pherson Kent McPherson Earnest Mobley Walter Mc Laughlin James Mallingly James McLaughlin Leo Nunan Will ONan Con OGura Au ust J Ott V D Pile W T Rob ertson J Robertson Louis Rogers W G Roberts Will F Simms James Shultz Jo SmithB A Smith J A Tog rthur Thompson Will White J R Waters John Wallace Frank Moore Bud Pope Commissi nerj Sic ura Wnl ridge etc PlfT vs Equity arah E Inman etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order ofsale of the Washington Circuitt Court rendered at the May term 19PJ in the above styled cause IIshall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JULY 22 11B2I LeingCountyder at Public Auction upon a credit one and two years equal installments following described property to 11f A certain tract of land situated in county Ky about Ilmiles from Lits y andon the waters of Little Beech Fork and Long Lickcretk poltIThisplenty of good upland suitable for houseIFor the purch ise orice the purchasv or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing Siegalpaidand baving the force and effect of judgment Bidders will be to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY lC W C l TABLEIPart of Pennsylvania Prison Exhibit Itf Much AdmiredMade by a ConvictiPlttsburg PaAifexhibItIon of thoi work of prisoners of the western Penn eylvanla penitentiary was opened re attractplIof 85000 plcdiS of wood The anrfaro of the table contains ten Mnaonlc do vices and Insignias Thousands nf via Itors attending tho fiftyninth annual Pennsylvania state conclave of thf Knights Templar admired the tnbli A welMcnown Judo visited tbo oxhl bltlon Didnt so and so mako this table Ibo asked Vhen asked how ho know ho saP he hadtho counterpart of It Tbo Judge bad sentenced the talented prln oner to a life term for murder atvl later had It cominuled to twenty viai r 1Gt I I A- NDPICNICI 1 I I Saturday July 13th II- At Fredericktown Ky I FOR HOLY TRINITY CHURCH I cDinner and Refreshments I ShootingPhantaz I cellent Music Gold Flour Shoat given to the IU I 1wmner1I I LTHE COMMITTEEII T the Ni hf 4fns S sPectacular exhibition I For Secretary rone Iicicntfiu f7w ListI served Sugar LIST Following is the ldelinquent List of S J Anderson Allowed by the Fis cal at its December Te m 1911 Geo J Powells List INCT NO Name Pro Dogs Tithes Remarks Adams W 15 Kt t found wrongBradleyCOntltyBoswellliratton G MIlCarrier Levi Insolvent Gamons H P Insolvent H Cl Dead Harlow Jas W Not found wrongLawsonLambert J B Insolvent Litteral Sam Left district Logsdon William Ir Left DistrictJrawson W L 11 IxHjue Willis ItI Insolvent Mntherly Walter Left State Noel J K Left District Penvler John 1 Left District Peavler G a i Left District Peavler Sam Left District W FI Insolvent Riley J Riley Claud I Left State Creed II Insolvent Turner James I Insolvent Taylor Insolvent Tatum Insolvent Webb HII Left Commissio ers Sale Jno Harmon Sr ef Pill Equity Geo Litsey etc Deft rI liy virtureof a Jaj Igment and order of sale ot the Circuit 11ollrt rendered at May term IIpabove I kdIUI t IshaH pm forjr ale at the Court house dour in Spnr field Ky onprMONDAY iLY 22 Itf2 toItcounty court day u the highest bidiUr at public auction nn a credit ef six nrjd Ix month the following de scribed property to wit IJA certain tract land in Wobhing tun cimnty Ky on hlYII reek IIOpt pictltJYrty baa on it tnsI welling and ban with other outbuib JI and loealtI1 about one milnor of Fenwick on a public road Debt of S Itno and llhn lftj July 2 11 IMj of John lf Sr and interest ti J 1412 2ts5 e5t Tilt UtI For th urihn price the lllthWlror purchH wit appruveil seruriiy ur KUretlcs iinIst ute btsl legal intret fr cite of tlat until paid and U forrt nl cfFtct u Ca aJudiTn ht Iiik r wit JrllrfC1 to comply r itii ith these 14rn4 C F Iti SI r1 W C C 1 CommissiUners Sale w T UI Ilff tyIHy virtue uf u J il ilmt audorrlate of the Vah igtoh Circuit u- r4trMl at tie tpnn 1912 in the a ov u prSlritlird on NiAY JYl I9J2 it Lor the iabout being nujity court day tv the highest bidder at putilu aiiiliot uptin a credit of urul ISironiht tilt Volkrtving provo Tty tiwij TrllIl tri or purfvlft of land rtiii d in a inbuilt county Ky in li villuKtof IexaM and doscriled IoUnwx Tract No the residence with about 2 rca of land known t aherhe center of ttjcj illuge of Texas Trpct No 2 I is tract adjoins tract rIUld r ioodLeiH andexe ted out of the alOHII hoiiuilary a s all bpuudary fiereto fire Hold to 1e rson Spalding on twhichDebt of W T ad with inter eat to July D 12 27 438 Debt of Peoples eposft BpI with interest t July 22 1912 688 Total atnt to e raised 351807 For the purcha e price the purchasers with approved i4iurity or or sureties must execute Ijjnd bearing interest from date of until jijiid and having the forte and licet of a Judgment Bidders will bi prepared to comply promptly with tii se terms i C F BOSLEY M C W C C CAroRIASs and the Kjnd You laye Always Bough Bedrs ttie s Signature of 4 L Grand s of July H r jl 2 ThIS will be the most that has t I ever b i irrCentralI tii Your 225 10I DELINQJENT as Cour W Insolvent Gillispie r W Insolvent Settles Clarerice Johnl County sbington Uanng MiC hI nCosts sal PRECINCT NO Baly H A Left District Burns J W Left District Bottom J W2r0 Insolvent CountyClinnoni Cannon Je3 1 Insolvent Carey Henry L Insolvent CountyDurhamCountyHarmonInsolventNot foundsKeyPulliam Will Insolvent Richardson C A Credit by 8OcISettles Lee Not fouud Wilkerson Owen Jnsolt nt Wilkerson John 1 Insolvent Wilkerson Elliott Insolvent Young W M Insolvent Young THomas Insolvent Colored List 1 PRECINCT NO6 l InsolventIGraves George Insolvent Lisle Willis Insolvent Montgomery Andy Insolvent Montgomery Will Insolvent Smith Silas Insolvent KKSmith Clark Insolvent PRECINCT NO 7 lInker Elijah Insolvent InsolventIIopetouqtyJohnijonKimbdrlin Dave 40 Dead Logan Buford InsolventIMeElrov Richard I Insolvent Pope Sarah A tt Not found 1Pope John Insolvent Pope Charles 50 Not Pope loUie 50 NoC foundjYoung JoeV Young Ike Insolvent l Yowell Josh Insolvent Continued Next Week j HOW IS DESTROYED i Various Process s Were Tried on Bank Notes by the German Im As the great dilllculty which most moot with in regard to bank isoto many to learn there are ye others Cor whom the difficulty Is how get rid of them The difficulties en tailed in destroying surh paper aro well Illustrated In a very interesting article theOermanCity Journal says KansasI The methods previously avallabla ero threcburning bolllnjr and piilp fog In the first process It has bee- nIfound that even where a special fui naco has been used It has not Infre jlJIiIrtsof tho contents wore not even Bln in the ease of stamped or gummed pdI per the matter was still worse for the thCkt15j blocks the interiors of wblrh wet qnlto lntaeLIIn fOIdostructlonht Is JubJBtoam As a destructive prposit for mall quantities this In Quito effectual s is also that Iro4111inyknieIn both of tbo a eases there Is how IIIIIIITbtdlaposInlcrdnolb pal transport and on band Uio sodden stodgy mans qukkl goes bad nihisto brewrtYrindlogy VobIhbyte hiarthgform In which It passes through a sieve Into a collecting bam ber pockIngThis however was accompanied b ytan very objectionable feature especially when dealing with gummed paper in the createhatcngatcedworoperslslentlyfiUodnos ly IAsefforts were mado to find some me chanlcal j CfltAmong such may bo mentioned th a Rspiralwas atfoundsometlmesrormrs of wood which defied the efforts toImove them by tho 20 horse power mo t torITho Imperial printers therefore sowmogI t Cakess mizefiFinallyform fetches but little on account of its consequent shortness of fiber tho t mill IIs yet not only paying off the Ut tin outlay but is also saving some a year in workmens wogfes sIi t Not a Criterion What makes you think that man is thecessarilyenator Sorghum Because he Is a clever lawyer My dear sir to assume that a clevier lawyer Is necessarily a great 1tatesmangranted that a numlsmatlclan Is aSnancier T N D ENTS M Iurdererter Who Caused It All Dramatic Meeting In Prison Before an Himtself on thti Gallows Painted IWashingtonAustrian artist and rarlce a who will bo hanged bore was convert Ied in his coil by his daughter whom ho had vowed he wouldkilI becauso Isltrrom tboIsinging of Nearer My GodNto Thee caused dramatic Incident Rlbnrlcli who had fitted hIs cell in to a studio for weeks past oc pled hi afldprontingss jailofdalti ipf e gallows and had persuaded Out sheriff toallqw him to look at lows from a window several hoursIb placeRibarichfriends and bad drawn a sketchof himself w ropeiththo falling of the trap Rabarlch shot apd kllledMlchael N Stanjovihomdaughter After his conviction the killfr he IPMI as she had disobeyed him Tho girl visited her father aceompa ed by guards When ho saw her lie roke down A Methodist minister prayed Nearer My God to Thee waa sung by visitors and jail guards and the conilemnod man embrace l j s daughter Before leaving he jail the daughter eighteen yedrs old promised her fa Itjt111t RIbltrkbwillkesoon aft r tin hnDrtrg TWO GO INTO LAKEOF FIRE Carnegie Foundation Men Make portant Examination of Vo Cano of Kilauea arnegie Foundation sent to Hawaii a few months ago completed an unusual n somewhat hazardous experiment tho volcano of Kilauea recently no cording to advices Just received The two roptsInto lathoIover the bed of boiling lava aking a sturdy of tho gases ills- harged and gathering specimens of olten stone for analysis It is the rst time In history that scientists ave gono Into the Take of fire as tho pit Is called although a party climbed to tho top of the oirter pit In 1909nt Mount Kllatica is 6000 feet above Jt the sea and the oral crater of theya volcano Is nine zalics In circumferetfce The last tlmqHSvas dangerously ae1 tlve was In Augustt 1MQ The cxporl feet m eats are expected to resu1tlnimofi portant findings In support of certain nr of volcanic activity the but diNcthingcepttnyseltj tho hitrm That Jscafryabout with m and rioter ti Ia qltatt fe T r t tt A 4j Lebanon JJenfucky ytt JnIy3fo21912IINCLlJ VR CAMPING Howard iies rti BASE Asenes Fireworks Make ents t WoDILLEY t returned slaughter prepared Children on rirL Kaybourn MONEY Printersr keeptit murderer andDB 4 CANCERalldDEAThA d I IFrom Louisville UounerJourna Jan 121912 JI tThe Ravages of Cancer 4t I Itm cancer fa Kentucky last f received by the Stae Board of IHealth A Fankfort dispatcli savsTlSE DISEASE HAS iEDi OF EVERY 12 AND i ONE MAN OUlPOli EVEly1i WHO LIVE TO BEI 35 YEARS OLD WILL Dlfe pP UANCEli r The Isotonic Treatment cures Cancer TumorsUlcers and otber morbid conditions j LunjUs Bating I Only one or two treatments required No cutting No loss of blood No daijgeh jjLumps in thfe breast moles Warts Sndhorny hairy growthsoften develop cancer Our phpsician 1lt visit Springfield I Write today for date of visit seon Isotonic Serum Company 210 St Joseph St LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i iID fi iIPjJ a I- ilB BERK8flJREgr7J I For Sale I III fII I TheyII thatI IIII l II R Prices Reasonable I WLLETTiIJ R ftk m tiID I Bicycle With Wings Plies DroptotQthOHhoutaUaqhmen i Auviay recently tho bicydllst La labyRi the use or a blcyeto which to1byseven IncheS according to the eial announcement I He cheered a cord stretched from ground at ahelght ot eightt inoLos t most ot tho Hpcctajors were in ned to aeslljnatqt the socalled iht dit juaip Tiiecxperrmiit was taIimIni- urycontiersea t9 b atJJ r rod Mr navItte fiyfug3 tBt it HSlon Robertson HiY1on vVjIltt Six Years ta Construct Clock A clock constructed throughont of glass Is tile resuiflof d x years work on the part et a Bavarian glass polish or The plates and pillars which form the raipowork are of gls and aro bolted together with glasa scrow8 JThei dial Platc bands suIClf1 and oogwbleela are pt glass and glas Kedge and blns amugeH for fastening the varjousj parts of the running gear together ears 7ltDIta Like theclocK Jtfieft the kcpy which it wound of glass 11flnstructtonot the emjark tiblo tJ r t lnfln- ltepatusi of the pul had to be- maQIeaaC aD1IaqUb1 e bcfoo ftI block that wonldgg 9uId be pro duced I I t 5 r T T i DR GlT URTOIu- RIcIDENTDIENTIST I All Work Guaranteedf rPH6NE162R P uvPioK Hngan Block P stain- fPRINGFIEL KY I IDR J CMUDD f1Phyicia3 A and Surgeon Ut Officehours 8 to 9 am pmrs or WFGRIGSBYJI LAtrt SPRINGFIELD KY V D MW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 in to j1 m 4 to 5 pm F J Me WILLIAMS Notary Public WILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty I JOIINY MAYES fOIERAi iJlKiCTOi AND LICENSED EMBALMED TELEPHONEtf f D Y 19 NIGHT 74 TV SPRINSFffiLD O tDiFTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber 4ty 4 Pental work at reasonable prices V A 11 work guaranteed v V SPRINGFIELD KY r rt f p1TtJANTOFFfcERWINs BOYS Qoesimt Them man Entirely New Way andThey AII Think Him tho Best Ever Phoenixvllle PaOneoi the claims made with much pride by the local school authorities la the almost com plete absence of truancy and those who know give much of the telUgent activity of the towns truant officer William S Armstrong and the popu larity he has won among pupils There JB probably not another truant officer In the state who has such a record of achievement in his line as has Officer Armstrong and for five years he has worked with singular effectiveness TruancyusedJ to be much In vogue ambng PhoenlxvUle schoolboys and j tlit new truant officer started In to breakup the growing practice Speak IpgOfhI8ear11 experience and de scribing lila methods Officer Arm strong s ldl did not go abput myI 4wprk In the hammerandtongs meth 4 od I went to work quietly got ac qualnted with Jhe habitual truants vis ited their homes and sought out their hauntstalked triedJ1their boys school work and askefl them to give some sign of interest apd boysyof all the favorite swimming holes the nut f groves and the most popular resorts 4chero boys would go to play or hide I f rtsltedvthe8wlmmlng holes not only on schooldays when necessity de y manded it but on Saturday and hollr days for the purpose of joining them c In actquainted grown to know all of the live wires among them inU a mately and 1 think they are m endsr1 yl j i w LocaltHappenings Inter s ii- jj TOWNI The Freshest and LatestA I AHAbout Yourself Friends I Acquaintances TOPICSII 1 e MMWIWMW MW4M h wqa Tee Cream Freezers and Water Coolersat Barber Pettus F GR SALEAhoak wash stand Apply at this office The old tried and tested Perfection Coal Oil Stoves at Bar ber Pettus The Cecil ville School wW open July Sth with Mr Albert Mayes as teacher Fort RENTTwo rooms over 41rooms41 Losr Cameo pin on the Leb anon pike between my home and Springfield on Monday last Re turn to SO Moraja and receive reward The young psopleof the Mack villa Christian Sunday School willl serve an ice cream supper atMr SueHaydons Thursday evening July 4th Price 25 cts LosTBetween Thurman Peters barn and J F Simmes residence or on Est Main street a small brown pocket book WIt n silver mounting Return to tbis office and receiye reward STRAYEDOn my farm nqar town 5 shots weighing about 80 pounds bave been on my place for a long time Owneit may have Same by pying foe keep and for this advertisement John F SimmsT L osTA gold bracelet at Rock bridge or Willisburg deco betweenIi Yocum WilJisburg Ky or this office Because of the resignation off Mr W D Claybrooke as age t for the United States Fideity and Guaranty Co of Baltimore Md that Company have em ployed Polin and Polin asth i representatives at this place We call your attention to the excellent showingmade by the First National Bank It paid a six per crnt semiannual did dend to its stockholders carried six per cent to surplus pain expenses and taxes while still re taming over two thousand dol lars individed profits The bank is now in a most prosperousand sound condition having a sur plusand profits of over 47000 Au amouLt almost equal to its capital Tie Baraca Class of Spring enjertamedShowmaker last Thursday even ing The supper served was most bountiful and was greatly enjoyed There is no more de lightful home nor one more hospitable to be found in Wash ingtjn County than that of Mr and Mrs Shewmaker Alter the deHghlful repast the class gathered in the spacious parlor1 and perfected the organi nation for the next three months The following officers were elected R JS Foster Preident JT1 Pettus Vice President and J M Boswell Secreary and Treasurer The class was very greatly rER V MANNING DENTIST SPRiNGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 284R Hours to 12 1 to 4 a pleased to have with them RevJ Mr Thompson who made a very lhelpfu1 and suggestive talk The semiannual statement of the Peoples Deposit Bank found ini this paper shows that insti tution has enjoyed another very profitable six months After paying all expenses todate and taxes for ihe year 1912 placed to the credit of its stockholders a dividend of 6 per cent from earningsThisshoul tith stockholders On June the 21st the children of Mrs J R Claybrooke met at the homestead for a reunion of the Claybrooke and Durreit fam ilies All of ihechifdren and their families were present Those fron a distance were Mr and Mrs D U Whayne Mr arid Mrs Sherman Quinn Louis vHle Mr and Mrs J D Turner Lexington Mr John I Clay irsIanc Sara Durr tt anti Mr and Mrs John L OffuU Bloomfield Mr and Mrs W H Clevelandf jMr Ben burrett and MrvOwen Dur rett Lebanon 1There were dftysevon present A most bountiful dinher was served out in the yard Tin children of Mrs Claybiooke look forward to this feliCIt u ievent with much pleasure May they have the pleasure of a1 tending many more such re unions- Teachers Institute The Washington Cuun y Tjachers Institute will be hed at the Graded School Building the week beginning July 2 1912 Our Superintendent Mr 4J W Bush has secured the services of LJrof L Taylor Su perintendent of the Dayton Kentucky City School The instruc tor comes highly recjmtnended and the teachers may look forward to a good Institute iU D C Meeting IThe Un ted Daughters of Lb Confederacy were delightfully ClarlcImeetingia number of inlarctin papers reIcited in a very pleasing manner A poem was read by Mrs M W Hyatt and a vory interesting paper was read by Mrs G Wharton After the literary fea tures of the OCCHSIOU were concluded delIghtful refreshments 5 weie erved llyj raveling wa s adjourned to nnet v iih Mrs G iC Wharicn ju July Bridge Repaired When the Frsca Court somf months ago nude a contract wUh IMr Louis Buw r to rtpnir thr biflg over tartwrights Croeli on he BardsUiwn pik quit a numbrI f our people werp in St r- A t1 t U U lc pi 1I DISSOLUTION SALE i tIl OF 0 21fetei Entire Stock oC minerj t t At A Big Sacrificee j 3 7i As we have decided to dissolve partnership and tit desiring to cut our stockof goods we are now sellJag ff x otir entire line of Millinery at a Big Reduction in price I = These Jgoods must gp and our prices will make tnem p I se11 qukkand if you want some REAL BARGAINS i at CALL AND SEE US rf k v Wat hen Shaderr 1 U 4 dined to dou tlhe a4is4 jiiity of tri1g to repair th old bridge believing that it wot Id be oetter to build a new irbn Vidge but the old one has been re aired and is now in first class uJdi ftionand will be good for many yIpearsmeans a great saving j the county and ridge is said to be as good as a new o Health Meeting eJ1 IlhHl will be nferv enCl for the Coun v and jCity Health Officers toI held at the Armor building ouis ville beginning Monday July 9th and continuing three days It does not seem to be gei understood that the atte erallyrr of every County and City Officer in Kentucky is re quired by law and that provi on made for expenses by te Ap proprjation Bill A great practical program has beep ar angedfr iind lectures will be delive ed by atJwaShington Cstatesimportant hpalth meetir f ever h Sld in the State Dr M W Hyatt the County Health officer will attend the meeting aril other members of the Board of ealth should attendLNow In Birmingham Mr and Mrs VT Clay brooke and daughter lleft Friday for their new home in B rming ham Alabama taking wfj h them the best wishes of everybdy in Washington County wliiiI know fithemengaged in business hire for seeral years in hs pro ession the practice of law and j as dis linguished himself forfa r deal ainglawyers always found hiti ready to tight for bis client toe last ditch thy at the saine mep ways found himcourteou never forgetiing the courtesfr that belongs to his pofessjj A citizen like Hilly Olaybr oke is tl seribus loss to the co munity which he leaves as y IIas a valuable asset to the co munity to which he goes His ife who is a scuthern lady has bjiefi here but a few years but basi become very popular with evirybdy si two her residence h reoHe shasassuwedposition with the But 6 Kyser Oil Co of BrinjiiKnajn Ala where he will make go6aI he Iras done in everything he has turned his Oiing to Barrix i Missl Ratio Barrfx di 1 at her home near Gravel Swi h of Tu ebrcuIosisknown lady not only it her own county but in Washing in coun ty as well Burial ser ces were TuesdayEGoode 1r Tim G olo ii d alt his lioiiie tit IVxas las Monday of spinal IUt was a soi of JuliannillgiliIIewas 50 years of age wi born in Marion county but la ir in life moved to ihi ounlYIWhen a young man lie was united in uiarriago to a Vliss lii don who preceded turn to ht rae by several years lIe survived by three sons and otit daughter Brribl services MO conducted si rtliielum Tutfsdav by Kev II L Hurdom Mr Oudo was one ofr the bht cilijnsof the count yaiid WHS u in i who an joyed the ciilidnci of ull tho people with wririii e came in coulacU Tong UMis Oliver Tong kidat her home here n M li iy morning after an iiln s n tral months of tubercuksis h ie was 22 OrS of air 1 ldIrior to her marriage was a n nt of lit IIibr county hnd was daughter Off tl lilt Oliver M II Elroyofthtt CUIlt t On July II 20 HJ1l sla f ats unl ed in mar II riage to Mi KUllrlonq of ijbhis eiity ho tuiVives Mrs Tonguasa wiina possessing hn a large degnivs al those ehalI acteristics wUeh rSo to malI noble bnianliOLd She was kind and gciierouw i all The I CJnducLedIJLS Blankets Bljmketst It Have tIitm dydd ared will a Q th proof aftir Iry cleaned All kinds laces ilks cotton I woolen goods ami gloves dry cleaned Straw jiad felt hats DyeiiIa specialty Phoh OR n Goods cared fozj and delivered SpriijtdC4y Tailor IFW Bau bauerPp Bjrii gteld IKy I L l 1Sville Miss Amy Rinehart of I1lland Calrind Miss Alma McIof Santa Rosa Cal who Mr and Mrs J C Elroy left for and M NoeIrthe t C R ter Miss Salhe from a visit to hasreturnedI homa and Missouri Mrs FredHagan IJat w eekIMf Pergusoon of Alabama Is th i fiuest of her and Mrs Palmer Mr aid Mrs ClarksonI nre the otherMrs Etta Messrs Geo Edel n Dr W F A Polin Leo SpringsILeachman and John Sunday at Tatham Mrs McClaskeyr of Bloom eld is the guest of Mrs M Durrett LI Mr Tandy Qaisenberry and daughter Miss Ruth rived in Springfield a few withIgo and are stopping for a days with Miss Ida jMr Quisenberry has been us for the two last seasons in the Planters Warehouse He has won the confidence of all since he has been in business h nreby his square dealing with everybody and the people of Springfield or hopingthat his iinteresting family will reside lhere during the coming winter Mr T Scott Maye and fami ly have returned to Washington D 0 where Mr Mayes will rePudie his duties in the District Coiunlbia investigation Mrj Mayes has been engaged in the work for some time and it will take several months yet before the work is completed Tim unI dertaking was an immense oneI but Mr Mayes has been equal to it and has met with high corn mendation from Congress for the- fficient manner in which he has been discharging his duties REPORT OF TIlE CONDI7IONI First National Bank at Springfield in the State of Ken tucky at the close of business June 29 1912 RESOURCESI Loans and Discounts 2f21275 Overdrafts 607352 Banking House 400000- U S Bonds SO00000 Cash on hand and due from Ranks 3495780 Total 3o71588 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus Fund x 4500000 Undivided Profits 210300 Circulation 5000000 Deposits 21005587 Total 35715887 Gross Earnings past six months Lf 785434 Bal undivided Profits 407826 Total 81193260 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend No 81 six percent 300000 Paid Expenses and Taxes 382960 Added to Surplus six per cent 300000 Leaving undivided Profits 210300 Total 1193260 A C MCELROY Cashier FOR SALE Come and see this farm Will Isel privately 230 ACRES on the Willisburg and Chaplin StaudStSte barns timber on both tracts U5 acres in woods good orchard and all improvements necessary Will sell as a whole or in sepe rate tracts No part of the county grows higher grade to hacco and all this land is r ch and ready to be cultivated S B YOCUM rJtE C IILDREHIIr1 IIIt KENNEDYS LAXATIVR COUGH SYRUP i IS i I p 1 I EiiII r Rugs Carpets MattiDgs Linole I I urns Wall Curtains Paper and Lace I 1 i I FOR 150AYSi IIiII I I Regardless of the fact that the factories have advanced the prices we have 1 r Reduced Prices fOfa Limited I meI9ftxl2ft Tapestry Brussels Ri gs 1250 grade for l1 I I 2OOAll14009ftxl2ft12509ftxl2ft0Ilft3inxl2fton Mattings Linoleums at Low Prices prices I Bargains 111TInLace urtaIRs I t IIsocI CurtainsLace for 39c 75c Lace Curtains 60c 125 L eCurtainsfor198c I Lace Curtains up to 5 pair all at reduced prices IWe Have in Stock Rex Rugs and Porch Sh des Bargains in every department during July I THE ROBERTSON CUYBBOftKE COj + I LNCORPORATD ItI si i1 f huSEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF PeoplesP Deposit Bank a KentuckytRESOURCES Loans and Discounts 36908909 OverdraftsL 791021 Banking Hause oOOOOO Cash on hand aid due from banks 3870314 Total 42073248 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 366751BillsI Total S42073248 UNDIVIDED PROFITS j821384Bal Total 831009 Disposed of as follows Paid Dividend No 45 six 9 per cent Paid Expenses and Taxes Tax Fund 36675 Debts charged off 39391 Balance Undivided Profits 19036 Total 8546091 J A BOULWARE Cashier t tiSTATEMENT OF CONDITION OF THE SPRINGFIELD STATE Bjffi at close of business June 29 1912 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 10514793 Cash and due from Banks 1335390 Banking House and Fixtures 1531724 Overdrafts 234519 Total 13616420 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 60000110 Surplus 2 MO Undivided Profits 00I Funds Deposits to pay taxes 37117 Bills Payable 250000 Total iseie Orobs earnings pastxfmonths 336653 tDisposed of as follows Added to Surplus fund 2 percent 100000 Paid expenes 184496 Paid taxes 15040 Carried to tax account 37117 Total 3366M We solicit your patronage and iiTl render you the best of service 4 SH E FOSTER Cashier Ji M SMITH Asst Cashier tJIEBardstown town and tUeCartwrightsCrtobr bridg a ohilds etnproldered JJshoe Pilider will pleaSe leave at this oMce 2 I ReliablandCompreliensiYeTelephonaSerYice Is Cumlerlandgives you sf universal service that Iiis local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distance con 1nections to outaideimporthat cities and towns You get exoctlywHat you pay for Call our Manager for farther iinformation 4The demand isi not for cljeap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tel phone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Incorporated JEL1OORAPHCOMPAlIToI r rF i fr IN TIME TABUE f SoUth Boundorth Bound No 41 No 43 Notil No 42 NO N0i onlyLouisville iaily Daily Sun Dally Daily Sun pin Springfield840BardstownGraS U t205It 835 600 139 71Q TSr Ar Lve ILve ve I i 444itt iI Treasurers Report s jj- A settlement of the Accounts of GC Wliarton Treasurer of the tSnrinefield Treasureris rTo tax on i18844bfl taxi1b Property at Soc per 100valuatiori 894220ITo Tithes 160 h MToTo High School Tuition paid by J W Bush 7 e 192600 28433To Tuition Grade 1 5725ToLNSTotal r7 1sf879358 The Treasurer takes credit by the following amounts as shown by vouchers filed herewith jt Overdraft in bank as shown by settlement June 30 19113s 420S3 Voucher No J A BoulwareJ Sinking Fund W 1200002 GW CoIyn s1 ry 150000 3Miss Emma Nuan 84000 4 Jennie Redding L 49o0O 5 Miss Ella Duncan 49500 6 Miss Mary S Carrico 4 A2a 495007 MSS HettieRudd 4950O 8 Miss Pearl Claybrooke= 45000 J Miss Evylen RoyaltyJU 4 4500010 Janitor 7 24000 i 1jjJl Treasurer v 00 1911 Juy Paid Shultz Cleaver v L 1 b f1 Springfield Water Light Co 664031 BenHaydonSr 4 7 JAug 12 Jack Lewis 4 2Sep 5 W L McCleliaii h 560Sep 7 Tom J ay r rCr 15 Sep 18 Ed Donely 2O 4Oct isoo SNov 3 Shultz fiCJeayer srio t sta4O Springfield Water LightCo 16810 4G2IIParrott 4 6- 01Dec4 Jw push 13825 McElroy Wharton insurance 4 2100NewdLeader r27 o 20 Miss t311912Jan4 100II 6 F A Glegg Co A1jl U 43 5tH L Smith G75i 16Feb5 WK Marks Sons 3OaMar rz v Wt K Marks SohsJ M 9 20if JohnP AlortonCo c i3i27 L4ach hnj Cpmpbell i ZIi 1rMiss Susie Pope 44W l2 CrL Price and TFlaugher JI J ESMajcs Jr 51JBuddiopewelf LW l lttJ IflJehan f f zIDliiient property 4Ls l f D qugnt ListJ 7G- i t Dwe1ling House for TanitorE 1q41N t t i i llircCJellan tTotal 1110 JLeaving overdraft Juno 30 1912 338191 J A v riiT w fl 171 7w 1 ohnston AtX6JUfY llizdrdsyiLrarnesIi i 1 Davis waeted little UIM In ceN1 7pAa MC M I hd Introduced t LHJH kr uU abruptly JIIi f M u room were it W Je1At LeIe called one of the serv r ants te eeeert klxt upstairs I was re I atonetMifiet we M saTe troubled me bad fjse stafceee lt to the Inspectors ygseaate Ag e as Mild left us ts ads el tk tveB1agbe 1Hmrkc wr ki xy aaim I turned to 1tL IS4tr A Mid eoit t woPW7 4eanettw I stammered in I t r 4 Jf IlkrelM exptaaatloa but said ejsjaeet istter ffact tones too jMMiriCfMfte te matural I thought youJizaI wae dESsfewided What had eesse erec kerfWUt could have t Ji eaed to make tils sudden change kit attitude toward Kef Could I IMa nucIWHua ethe rlw imLy a Isw hours befOre s fta jfeiC JeefiFaUly to xe and f armstfItkWcWdzedogrjoIntef iecj ti iMye uJnypteryT Veil iH J r Xt she persisted fBtttlr It tMN a yellow letter la that CM toe Bo you believe there Tb say ceuz cUe fcetween Mr fQlH iIid what Katharine cUdt JOt1T fertarbed yet trying to con rtM xrMtf that liar attitude was t jMlr a tit jwianl Tactloa aa she eUctod the cTMts of the evening frIwas tWcUminctp rehearse wkat little we a4 learn d la theI b k jritec1OBM when Davis came run ataw efwa tk jrtalrs TeV Me7 ke Mid akraptlr to Lou 4 what color are Hr Crandalls rtJf ffk Hmmikl t18MIN see is was as much puzzled L tI UiiM IJud been but be Cered a ezphaatlon and made no Craadall left bandedV be 1OOWl t tklak sp said Louise after J was 1 tiwftht I never noticed 7Hp jkt he repeated his eyes rov ie t ike zoos Take me In to bnJl11M whom Doctor W1K e xrk d left la charge happened to be ftHl taa Ute tall and stopped a4br4tkIreqneaL It eaa do ao JalIgh laic In reply to Lflvbtes look of Inquiry J WJI sts doctor Davis 4e IaeIe aid myself In the order named tltS Usio the generals room Iwas I 9eed ferr a reatcbange In him v bvtIa appearance was really terrUy i t PereeftlWr thinner aged as br mwir years all shriveled and shrunk SL e lay chained to his bed by his 4 i saeitM iinabeto lilt let oannbfllallea arreleHlr apart his t WilBg vacoatrollably dead eTi4jfc 4 saye Us eyes As LoWe aad I approached the bedx side it sf eared to me that he recog i aLsLssbotkandlcoulddetectthei ig1b1as s sftftklnr fTkll I did nit know ibkW ifr sot1tSlbearfDg had been i faiM i thought bemlght be worry kirvakMt Kataarlnes condition and aeftalty sad slowly I began to enun i dateEeWarabO1t her hoping that tWP what It was he wished te akBut even as I spoke I saw 4thathis eyes bad left jay face Into tkesa Tetvhwd the tame acute terror bad 11Ilteclat the sight of theI yellow letter If those eyes could have ffkea their shrieks would have tilled fa sean 1 followed the direction of their glance He was staring in terII fvs at the OS strange face In the rowa Uaelinspectors eelas how much Us presence dis tirb4th Invalid Davis turned quick lrtd left the room Louise and II followed leaving only the doctor and jfane1 Wonder what made him look so breatkt Louise Hes afraid of something or tnie one I said Hurrying to over iake UaVla hoping to learn from him t J4OpM as to what caused the pa S tItizars Jc 1wat right Its Just as I thought X keard Urn mutter as he hastened to L the kail ad reached for Us hat andI coat I saw that he was making prep aration for instant departure and I Wju in a quandary What to do I felt 4t jar duty to accompany mr friend MirfTsm Usjaanner I was convincedI that keiTras on the track of the mys terge Yet I did not Wish to leave Lou ise mitil I had gaIned some exnlanaPt dtoOkavf raised between ns I Wacon ctsfs of Jut way In which I could kae geadea her yet therewa- saaa jIC9 Aerjtttltude tow ard BM everaUtt laife 1 was still e stisqsiUen and Davis had J t ak fcyiisiria3k door seemingly In t ier or sot I accom 1 t d panieq mm a nurse came running roI LouIse IMis Parrish she said I think sister Is recovering conscious ness I thought you would like to know it and to be at her side In case she speaks Though Davis was some distance away Us acute ear must have caught her words He turned and was up the stairs In a as1 Louise convulsively icaught my hand The harrier between us was swept away I knew then It was only fear that she bad been for ward In showing her affection Hand Iin hand we raced up the stairs after the Inspector and ranged ourselves n the other side of the bed from him braidsr Corns Albng Harding He Said In Authoritative Tones to suggest her wound lay the silent figure of Katharine Fairish The pallor of her face seemed only to enhance her beauty and though her eyes were closed her long dark lashes still gave expression As we watched she began stirring restlessly and her hands twitched nervously Suddenly her eyes opened wide not with the Ight of Intelligence but with the bril liancy of hysteria or the excitementI of fever She made an Ineffectual attempt to rise In bed but she was toot weak Sinking back on the pillow she shrieked Promise me Hugh promise me youll do it at onceIAfter that one sentence she relapsed Into unconsciousness I feared fdr a moment that she was dead The doc tor hastened to her side and began to feel her pulse and listen to her heart It seemed many minutes before he turned to us with a reassuing whis per J1t is nothing serious a relapse to be expected after that outburst HerI heart is stronger than I expected She will not likely1 regain consciousness for many hours but there is no imme diate danger His manner rather than his words invited us to go so Louise and I fol l wed Davis from the room The Inspector seemed to have for gotten his haste to depart He sat down abruptly on a divan in the per hall with his face testing in upS bands and gave himself up to Intent thought ILoulse and I stood a little apart dis cussing In whispers Katharine strange outcry What could she have meant She1 meant Crandall of course said Louise SHe mentioned Hugh did you hear ItII nodded Probably she was repeating a con versation she had with him Just bS fore she shot herself I suggested What do you suppose she wanted him hertI her bead I racked my brain In vain for some theory ti ft her words to her own desperate act to Crandalls flight to her fa thers terror I Judged from Davis abstracted manner that he too was engagedI said to Louise ery single thing we have learned points to Crandalls connection with the mystery that has hung aver your father and Katharine When we have found him we shall learn what it was I am more and more convinced that he Is guilty of some crime something terrible something that your father and sister knew The Inspector laughed aloud We turned tbward him Iin indigna tlon Louise in astonishment to find him looking at us with an amused smile Dont be too sure he said quizzi cally Crandall doesnt seem to have been lefthanded ICHAPTER V Two Discoveries Where are we going now I asked sarcastically I was thoroughly indignant at the Jevitr with which the Inspector adlI peoeiTed mr theory of Oiand1lliI iI Jtrmlr tIOZlY of ur motto j i SECRET OF LONG LIFE stiaa the s nags ot life by neglect of the human mechanism by allowing Jefpeisoas la the system An imitation of Natures method of esssig ei IJMIM sad Impoverishment of the blood and nervous strength is 1 isMssMv fllyeerie extract without alcohol of Golden Seal and Oregon S eet BUeslfaot Steae sad Mandrake root with Cherrybark Over 40 years BtYKeree ave to the pHUo this remedy which ho called Dr Pierces Golden sdI lsKaeevry He loud it would help the blood in taking up the proper ele jftmtaod tb liver ato activtythereby throwing out the poisons from j Ste bId jasYi4eKzk the whole system M well as allaying and soothing a cough- tL Me eeeerer taket colt uelew st1patedorcxh1UstCd end having what wi t pcall is attended with impoverished bipod J f I sad examiHtkm Of nerve force The Discovery iis aWait o iI1 t retied teaJo which restores tone to the blood nerves and Iraert by haitetiag Natures methods of restoring nste el tb Mlwd fcedieg the nerves heart and lungs on rich i HdUeed 4isas ftwnpin under mr right sbou3dUade aboYuIs er n coogfe writes Mae W DoaN o7 New BreokJmnd s Co to Dr jMI JLVFJweeJk1faJo Y Had four differs doctors tad mm did e d 0 ar88L 8MM said Iliad conaumpUon others said I would nave rJ baaoMloe Iw bedridden nnmble to lt up tot U months t aM aekW but a live skeleton You adviiod roe to take Dr w A1 IIrlsnea GeWea Medical Discover and Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellet Whim IbM taka one bottle of theDticoveriI could sit up for D hoar at a time and when I had taken three bottles I could do nor okeaaltoato th children I t001 fourteen bottles in ill and Psmc1 Is ftatas codksath II opt foalldl rogtt the thdugnt of Davis laughIngm at me before Louise rankled gan to expound as forcefully as I could the reasons for my belief he cut me short Come along Harding he said in authoritative tones weve no time to lose It Almost before I knew it Ifound myself by ilside in the taxicab he hadLa ha11edlnInY indlgnatlqnI had failed to hear the direction he gave the chauffeurbeAccording to your theory De tective Kentobe said with assumed gravity for ne Was still in a chofflng mood where would be the best place leforTo Hugh CrandaHa apartments I cried determined to convince him of caBOIwhere we are bound he replied to my amazement But I stammered I thought from your manner that you disagreed with me as to Crandalls guilt 11 do I doubt every mans guilt until it Is definitely proved I admit there is plenty of evidence of Cran dalls connecUon with the case I do not admit that any of the evidence yet shows it to be a guilty connection Again I started to explain my rea sons for thinking Crandall guilty but again he refused to listen My dear fellow he saidcln my years of investigating crimes I have thoroughly learned one lesson and that It the unwisdom of Jumping at conclusions There is only one rule that never fails Collect all the evi dence possible fife and then see to whom it points Most detectives both professional and amateur make the fatal mistake of deciding on a theory and then setting out to prove it That Is the reason many Innocent men are convicted and so many guilty ones escape You can prove almost any thing about anybody if you work hard enough Starting out with the theory that no such man as Napoleon ever lived I could gather many convincing proofs He stopped the taxicab at the corner long enough to gather in an arm ful of afternoon papers from a news ftrstIpages and throwing them aside From LIlooking for What did you expect to find t I asked wonderingly IOther suicides he said tersely readingThough for years I must confess that I con stantly find myself almost dazed by the rreming raplty of his raertal processes and their apparently erratic c ursc Here be was rejecting my tleory of Crandalls guilt yet jumping wildly to the conclusion that there Vould be other suicides possibly con nected with Katharine Farrishs act and Andrew Eslers death It was en tirely beyond my comprehension and the next tack of his mind seemed even evenmbre puzzling Do you know anything about arU he asked as calmly as it we were hay lpg an afterdinner chat at the club fA little not much If any one asked you to define technique I doubt If you could do it I do not believe there rs a painter or an art critic who could give a satisfactory definition Yet any one who knows even a little about painting knows something of technique We know that every painter has his own technique Show me paintings by Henri Lawson and Glackensand you do not have to label them for me to tell them apart I recognize the work of each man by his technique Even if Lawson painted a portrait and Henri a landscape the individuality of the artist would make his work recogniz able though masked by a subject un usual for him Crime is like art in one respect at least technique Ev ery criminal brain has its own tech nIQue Any one who has Investigated crime who has studied evildoers un der all conditions who has matched his wits against theirs Inevitably comes to recognize types of crimes Given any particular crime to trace from the very nature of It he is able to say at once This is the work of f Soandso Now in the Farrish case someIkind has been committed or is even now being committed I may not know what particular thing it was that drove Katharine Farrlsb and old Elser to seek death in fact I do not know asIyetbut that makes no difference I recognizeIwhich convince me that behind it all Is a cunning criminal brain that has planned some farreaching plot If it was devilishly Ingenious enough to drive two people to suicide in all probability it will have he same effect on others There may be no other suicides but r believe there will be I shall watch every report of a suicide for the next few days with part- Icular interest Who the criminal is and who his associate Isfor I am convinced it is a crime of the PI1ir I have no Idea Investigation of malt thefts and stamp counterfeiting nxver has partlcularI am entirely at sea as regards the identity of the criminals All you hav said I told him only convinces me that I am right about Hugh Crandall An intelligent edu respectablebroker crime would fit your theory wouldnt 411 You saw Crandalls Janitor last night didnt you was all the ponse he chose to make to my ques- tIon What kind of a chap Is he If you can get him to admit you to Crandalls rooms you are a wonder I replied repeating word for word my interview with the Janitor the night before I generally go prepared for such fellows he answered smilingly draw ing from his pocket a blank legal document on which the word attach uent was printed boldly across the back Taking out a fountain pen he rapidly filled in Hugh Crandalls name on the outside only Of course I saw through his ruse He would represent himself as an of fleer come to attach Crandalls furni ture and thus gain access to the rooms But suppose the Janitor insists on reading the document and sees that It Is blank inside No one ever reads legal documents unless necessary Besides a man of the janitor type generally has consid erable respect for the arm of the law He is probably more or less familiar with its workings in dispossessions howrutIlethat we really were sheriffs deputies zs he will undoubtedly take us to be dlsml5slztgthemarched boldly up the stcps and rang the bell Asthe Janitor answered Da via carelessly flipping back his coat tf ohftu n helc 3 urt demand flg laUU tan W W uttirs i + got an attach ett see as said flashing the back of the docu ment before the Janitor s eyes flOhthats It is it said the jan tor Thats why he bat it so quicli yesterday and told me aot to let any one into his rooms So he has goe exclaimed Davis mock lurpr18eI dnt wonder at that Has he paid you the rent Comerto thInk of lt he Iis a month hind said the ja Itor though o ften its been that war and he always jinade goodIEven as he Was talky g he began toad the way upstairs Respect for the law coupled with the Insidious doubt of his tenant that Davis remark had implanted removed all obstacles to our purpose As hjb flung open th door to Cran dalls apartment after unlocking It with his pass key Darls turned and handing him a coin sold Can you get me a hammer and a couple of tacks till I pit up a notice Sure said the Janlt r as he tucked the coin in his pocket Ill go downstairs and get one right away The apartment intq which he had admitted us was a tw oroomandbath suite with furnishIng Indicating that Usi occupant was a n an of comfortable means and good taste There were some wellchosen pictures on the wall and a fine lot pi books There was none of the dlsp ay of stage vorites and sporting y ctures found in bachelor dens but twb framed photographs of Katharine f irish one with an Inscription smiled down from the walls almost the onlp touch of femininity about the plac As soon as the Janitor disappeared Davis made a beeline for a peak that stood open and begana hasty search of the papers I stepped into the bed room and glanced Something on the dresser eye and 4 crossed and picked I started as I realized what The small alalutobject in my hand to me more and more of Cran dalls guilt Come on Kent Davis from the Adjoining room Ive got what I came foriStill clutching th4 object I had picked up I returner to the sitting room to find Davis inpatlently wait ing for meat the hed of the stairs Quick he said jfets get out before the janitor returns There Is no use waiting to mskexpianat1ons as long as we have all wje need As we reached th front door we heard the janitor shuffling up the stairs but we were a round the corner and safely seated Ittf a hotel cafe ale most before he couldj have discovered our absence from th rooms Bee what I found1 I exclaimed in triumph drawing a Slver hypodermic syringe from my poccet and laying it pekIon the table Cra dalls a morphine fiend does look Ilka it said Davis IIt dl Se what I found off a con er of a menu carla he wrote somethini on It and tore It up quickly after showing to me Lock Box No1 Ardway N J I repeated after reading the words What does that m an That said Dajfis positively where the yellow tter came from or the yellow letterj IHow do you knowrtt I asked in as tonishment I had supposed that the one thing of impor ance we would be likely to find In Cn ndall apartments would be a bundle rof Katharine Far rishs letters In act I took it for granted that the1 were what Davis had been searching for In the desk It seemed tome tvtt h an obvious thing I had not suggested It to him here we were after our visit to yea rooms with only tvo things the hy podermic dyringe a nd postoffice address Surely the e must bjive been tin those rooms so nothing more del nite something tiore damaging to Crandall than the things we had ob tained and of the wd I believed that my discovery was the more signifi cant How could I avis possibly know that this was the bddresp from which the yellow letters manated 7JIt is a simple roblem in addition and subtraction said Davis The yellow letter conn cts the Fairish and Elser cases Ma y things connect Crandall with thd Famish case A criminal using th malls for illegal purpoces naturally locates If possible In another state fr m the scene of his operations foreseeing the better chance of legal celays and possible escape A crimin il working in New York naturally sejmks New Jersey a headquarters If Jrandall was cogni rant of the yellow letters whether his connection was In ocent or guilty he naturally would hi ve known or would bave tried to fin out whence they onequestionound the answe In Candalls ad tires book will ti sre not be some address in New Je soy that may she a clue AJmoBi the first thing I turned to was this one of Lock Box 17 Now In the p stal business ono of the first things vie learn is that the criminal always tr es to get a postoffice box For that resison two reference I are always ijequlr id In spite of that precauUon many If the boxes are cox tantIy being used for fraudulent purposes When wejflnd out who rented Lock Box 17 at Xrdway we shall be close on theof the yellow letI tten orlathajrlneedly1 saw a bundle of letters Iin a ItavenI was disappointed thus far with the Inspectors handjfag of the ca UjysiKruJi z yM appeared Iie YIMBl tt W us lit Irai Mad Mlserabli lj KIbty ui Blazer TronWo minddlscOuragesandlessensambition beautyIi out of order or diseased f jl hasbecome f that it is not uncom mon for a child to be s born afflicted with eak kidneys If the child urinates too often if tile urine scald the flesh cjr if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the- passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet tiugdependupon it1 the cause of the dim culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWomen made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized liis sold by druggists in firtyIcent and onedollar Yonmayhave by mail free also a pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot crswnipBact including many of the thousandsof testi monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Ybe sure and anJmistakeKilmers SwampRoot and time address Binghamton N Y on every bottle vital ercuenpe anu uio nTrzT i 5ad maae anout this address bates that of the sender of the yellow let ters seemed to me wholly Illogical Youll grant of course that CranIdoll Is a morphine user I A pair of swords In a mans room dont make him a fencer Excuse me for flee a minute while I telephone my oft While he was telephoning I re viewed the case in my mind I was itrongly tempted to break with him and continue the investigation my owntway and yet what had I to gain by ItIAfter all we had learned very little xcept that Crandall was connected with the mystery Where were we likely to find Crandall Davie had had much more experience in tracing menIHe was resourceful as the method in which he had affected entrance into Crandalls apartments showed Just as I made up my mind that I would be wise to continue tb follow his lead lacking one of my own Davis returned an expression of annoyance on Il11s face youveIto appear in court tomorrow there is ao use In my going tonight Ill go first thing in the morning sId I determined to see Louise again and have a talk with her Theres u train out there at four oclock this afternoon he said look- Ing up from a schedule he had picked op In the lobbyun takes nearly three hours to get there Never let a trail get cold If you can help Ith But I protested You can telephone her he said HIt Is for her sake that you will be going and she will appreciate your energy in the matter more than any thing else I had not looked at it in that light yet I felt that he was right There could not be a moment of happiness for the girl I loved until the black shadow that menaced her home and those she loved had been dispelled Yes Davis was right x would go to Ardway that evening I stopped only long enough to telephone Louise of my lintention and to go to my rooms for a bag If you have a revolver youd better take it with you said Davis I never owned one in my life I replied He drew out his own and bandedt It to me It was of the hammerless variety fiat and almost square Be careful how you use it ho warned me Its a magazine gun apd goesoff with a very light touch What do you expect me to find In ArdwayfttI asked him as a taxicab hurried us to the Hudson tunnel There ate two things First find out If Hugh Crandall is there when he arrived and what he has been do Ing Probably if he Is at the hotel he will be registered under an sumed name Second find out who has Lock Box 17 There is a list of boxowners kept In every office with the names of the two references Find out all you can without arousing sus picion Ill be out and Join you there tomorrow evening Ill come out on this same thin Ill leave it to you to find a plausible pretext for ques tioning the postmaster Tedious as the trip to Ardway would ordinarily have been so absorbed was I in puzzling over the mystery hard ly noted the passage of time and was startled to hear the brakeman calling my station I bad learned from the cbnductor that it was a village of less than two thousand Inhabitants and that there was only one hotel about a block from the station It proved to be a country hotel of the better sort doing a thriving business in feed ing motorcar folk who passed through and In taking care of travelingmoil and fArmers supply agents who vis tted the neighborhood As I signed the register I scanned the names hoping to see tbit of Crandall but it did not appear Yet registered the night before was a name Henry Cook that caught my eye Something about the writing made it as distinctively that of a city man as his clothes would have distIn- guished him from the country boy be hind the 4esk- Where will I find the postoffice I asked the clerk I want to get a ape clal delivery letter off tonight Its a couple of blocks up Main itreet he told me but youd better go in and get supper The dining room closes at halfpast seven and the postoffice stayS open until eight- I took his advice and after an ex sellent meal lighted my cigar and walked in the direction he had Indi rated The streets were lighted after i manner by oil lamps at the corners vlllagersfor rear part of their homes Few of the straggling stores had their windows lighted so it was wlth difficulty I read the signs on the buildings I passedS ret I had little trouble postoffice It was a onestory build lug that stood on a vacant lot In the middle of the block It evidently had been bullt by some local politician for the purpose as it was not quartered In the corner of a cigar or grocery store as most country offices are Peering Into the darkness I read the lip post Omoo and noted with tome suxorise that the windows were Stood Motionless for a Minute or Two Listening Interttlyi- rrtiiUUl UgZllS i Uic fr oat Bay VTT and striking a match looked at the ttime It was halfpast seven For lack of something better to do I walked round the building 9To my amazement when I reached the eml away from the street I found the rear j Joor standing wide open Thinking perhaps that the postmaster might merely have gone to supper relying n tho honesty of his neighbors to leave things undisturbed I loitered in the vicinity for a full halfhour At last growing impatient I entered the rear door and striking another match looked about me As far as the unqer tain light permitted me to see the hadImidst of his work boIt storage tights which happened to bo there be cause I often found it useful in the cabin where I went to shoot ducks I decided to get this and iinvestigate further It had begun to rain and there were few people on the street returned with ipy light in a very few minutes and began to explore I did not greatly fear interruption for the mailboxes on the street side served as a screen to shut off the Shaft of light by which I worked My second inspection convinced me that the postmaster had lest in con siderable hurry A pile of mail half sorted a stamp drawer left wide open and the books standing lnan open theorrEvenvealing a few bUlls and some change If tho cashdrawer had been rifled I said ta myself I might suspect that the fmaster had been murdered tdrotedI the cash drawer shut and heard the automatic lock click on it and then began a search for the list of boxowners Al the back of each box a slip was pasted with the own ers name To my great disappointment Box No 17 was blank I turned next to the safe and at last found the book In Which the accounts of box rent were kept In this Were neatly entered the name of each oxholder and the two references given for ev cry box except No 17 As I stood poring over this book perplexed by my failure to discover tho owner I became conscious that I was watched A sixth sense con vlnced me that some one else was near Quickly I pressed the button lanternNoilelessly door by which I had entered I caught jjUst a fleeting glimpse of a mans face being hastily withdrawn Undoubted Iy it was the postmaster who had turned and caught me there Of course ho must take me for burglar It been too dark for mo to recognize theI features of the man and I was certala- he could not Identify me 1 stood mo tlonlcss for a minute or two listening intently but I could not hear even a footstepnothing but the patter of the rain IYet undoubtedly whoever had dis covered me bad gone to summon assistance It would never do for me to be caught there While I felt I wa perfectly Justified In my mission it would be hard to make a satisfactory explanation If I was captured there it certainly would mean an unpleasant night in a vermlnflllflcj shack perhaps In irons It might take several days to establish my Innocence J decided to attempt an escape The eense of having a revolver in my pocket corn forted me though I realized its possession would be most damaging if I ihould be caught I moved swiftly to the door and peered out There was ao one in sight- Thrustfngmy lantern In my pocket and turning up my collar I made a lash around the corner of the build- Ing and looked up and down the street It was entirely deserted The thought struck me that the man who had been watching me might still be In hiding on the other side of tho building but I did not stop to invcstl ate With the best air of unconcern could assume I walked not over tastIly back to the hotel There was ao one In the officio but the clerk be hJnd the desk and I stood there for a ntut beside the big oldfashioned Erovo drying my clothes The door r d and a tall smoothshaven chap ro In and approached the dosk to 113 key As ho saw me standing lucre he gave mea keen glance of scrutiny I had noticed that he had come from the direction of the post afllce and he must bave seen that my lothlng was rainsoaked He half halted as if about to speak to me but changed his mind I heard tile clerk Good night Mr Copk as he van ished upstalrs If this was the man who had seen mo in the postottlce plainly ho was not the postmaster If not who was tie What was he doing there beforamyEvery step I had taken seemed only to be leading me deeper and deeper Into darkness CHAPTER VI 4The Third Suicide fSomething hoa happened I awoke the next morning with a itart and sat up in bed listening tp the strange confusion in the hoteL Iq itinctively I recognized that the ensa Lion of the unusual that so affected mO was something more than the feeling every one experiences on suddenly awaking for the first time in a strange place I sprang from the bed and opening tny door looked out Into the ball I ould sep nothing for turn of the orrldor shut me off from the main ball From the floor below came the confused murmur of many voices and the sound of men moving about many men Mr first thouah was of fly bvh hi cII mii IIt ALCOhOL 3 PER CENT Agctabte1reparsjonfE1t oi 4 nessandRestlonjalnsneiitar OOI OpiuntMorphinczorliacra1Ii 55J 1111tiloldkLz2z1m1721 dnffefitEOII sgsjftiat AperfectRemftJyforJIf f Worms jConvulsumsfeverisli nssandLossoFSLEEIS- D TacSinfle Signature of r NEW YORK fi At b months old Un Exact Copy of Wrapper if r I from writes Mrs Navy of N C At last I was almost and Had to give up We had three doctors All the time IIwas worse I had bad that lasted from T tto 28 days In one week after 1 gave Cardui a trial I could eat sleep and Joke as well as In 8 weeks II was well II had been an invalid for 5 weary years Cardul me when IfailedIRffiJl CASTORIA the Kind you Have Always OIlBhfj Bears the- Signature of U88 ForOver- ThirtyYears CASTORII Bad Spells suffered during girlhood womanly weakness Mollie Walnut bedridden getting speUs anybody relieved everythlnf IWomansToni11 If you are weak and ailing think what iit would mean fo you to recover as quickly as Mrs Navy did For moreI than 50 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Draughons Shd positionsas ATC Study kcssAI heslDiL BUSINESS COLLEGE Nashville or Memphis orKneavilleTeunorPs4ec EvtuMviU Ie L Physicians Advise i the use of a goodlaxative to keep the bowels open prevent the poisons of uncUges food from gettlnginto system j The latest product of science is VELVO Laxative purely vegetable gentfc and of a pleasant aromatic acts On the liver as as on te stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest poSsibla inicacy in constipation ij YELyoLAXATIVE1 1 == f mere were no cnes ana fnere umt juo smell of moke The memory of mj experience In the postoffieo recurred to me I vaguely wondered It I had been tracked and discovered I hastened to dress If they suspect ed me of robbing tie pbstofflce the sooner I found out the sooner I could plan some method of action As I put 3n my collar I heard footsteps In tile sorrldor and coatlessas I was I hung pen my door A chambermaid was passing Whats the matterI asked Havent you heard about idtt jiho asked in wonder Heard aboufwhatr- Tho suicide in the hotelIn the worn right under yours They discovered it hours ago The coroners just come and is gettingTeady to hold the Inquest Who was het I asked j was thinking it might be Hugh Crandall dead In some suicide pat with katha nine A sense disappointment began to take hold of me I felt that if It were Crandall my efforts to clear tho mystery would be still more fu Ule but the womans answer quicklyI dispelled the thought It wasnt a he Its a woman She hurried on down the corridor and Ihastened to finish my dresslngJ recalling as I did Davis belief that there be other suicides It Bcemedabsurd that there could be anyI connection between the suicide of a woman In a country hotel In an scure New Jersey tillage and the two suicides the day before In New YorkV and yet there was at least one link between them It was Crandall who had telephoned Katharine Sanfo one had telephoned Elser too I1t was In Crandalis rooms that wo had found the address of this place where the third suicide in the series had taken n1ae t I In 1 it Horn Thousands of iers and slnwgra folding good the taking Home CATALOGUE For prices on By MAIL write JNQ F President Nashville Penn For 110JUeoD course LLEGE Kyr and your Liver Syrup reliable taste Velvo well iuUsestio would thatfriendi Id ly Crand4sguilt I I my Y into the room where the Of e lnquesCOa it Welmsbodyftftyjiefacedertthagony ro4mshowed f womans outer clothing lay aeai ly TIjismuch juryNear CojkIgaace my direction but I could not be r M4aWilliamst ke44Mr r cotoa4rdo1 cant say as 1 do What was her 11D1eU She was registered here to tie o teL The names on the oJc Tia ttitI BridgCQD t a register which was produced and sw mitred for the furors Inspectlosu VTell us Mr Williams what yia know about the deceapaI I ITo be ceatiieedi i ia CASTOR I AT- Mtflmiu sat CWL j Th K Yw isMss IW Bears the Slgnaturo of 1pI