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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 7II 1EsTLsflED r t N18th- c I t SERIES VOL XIX NO j COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY JI I 3 I t I iyisi tl f t r feSSS jjIi J1 VMIUA V3Bii 3Pl P fctfo i He f t J which It able tf rtvc your ios4Josnca p3 U HE SALVATION open at the t 3 present time bas been obtain r t able only through faith and 1 J faith Is dependent upon a measure of knowledge or revelntloa y and this knowledge or revelation came to from God for as said St J Peter Holy men of old spoke and wrote as they were moved by the Holy Splrltl iUoaJnthIji jLge Is calling r class possessed of appreciation for J aII Message These are chiefly the po w ofthtsworJd rich In falh i thireIallowing the new nature to become rchoked by earthly ambitions Such as thns overcome will be inheritors with f Jesus of t t ous MesHJsglorLA Kingdom A irJesusparable of he Sow Ierof the good seed The disciHplea were perplexa soil and Inquired Its mthg o JHis answer was Q 1tbat It related to good md- ff the Kingdom but it was not to be un derstood by outsiders It was for this reaon that JesuS spoke In parables be ctuse the masses even of the Jews were not in a heart condition to understand Only such persons as were willing to SaLthe iUnrrowwaylwer to fully and clearly understand the parables This 1iin harmony with all of Gods dealI ffigs In the preSent time We readiv The secret of the Lord is with them that reverebce RIm and He will showNthem His Covenant IIn Verse 13 the Master Indicates that this parable would servo as a gen era key to the Interpretation of all His parables Seed does not mean literal t ieed birds do not mean birds thorns do not mean thorns etc Proceeding the Great Teacher er pounded the parable as followsfoSsd Represents the Kingdom MellageI 1 The seed that was sown repre tents the Word of God ItrepreJ sents that particular feature of Gods lord which relaJeR to the Kingdom Thjjs Is shown by SU Matthews ac s count of the same parable Matthew JixUif lQr Our lesson says that the Wicked One Is Satiu Satan and his viI agents iui therefOre iepresehted tiEpot Is that we lose the benefit of that fi which we do not understanddi Eyjdently then much of Bible study npd religious reading Is lost The good seed does not enter Into the jnnderstandlng because the heart Is not colnside path it Is hard ijj 2 The seed sown In the stony place represents those who when they bear the iCingdom Message are delighted They say Bow good that sounds d What n grand tIme there will be when Messiah rules In rlghteousnessto bless the world And how great Is the priv Jne of becoming members of the Bride of Christ to be associated withIn Him In His Kingdom work But thet clas represented hove little depth of J 1 tharuct r they 4re nierely emotional When they Ibid that the good Seed r of the Kingdom is unpopular and that Wt will bring them a certain amount of reproach and contempt and perhaps nersecutiotj the Kingdom Message Tails to produce in them the rultage desired 31 The seed sown in the thorny ground represents those whose heartSI f ire divided Let us note carefully that these thorns do not represent gambling i devices card par ties saloons and other places of ill I repute nor secret sins None of these Sthings should apt peal fo Christians LThe Master dis t vt tlnctly tells us that 1 1sc the thorns repro r iL sent the cares of V this life and the de I celtfulness of rich tIt Four kind of groundeR Thus every I j t1ChrlstGiu who has MX received the Message of the Kingdom and hits allowed the cares of life and the deceitfulness of riches to choke and frustrate his prospects of the Kingdom i Is represented in this parable i 4l Accordlnj to the parable there will i itJ5 be one class who will attain the King dam In the sense that they will bring forth the kind of fruitage acceptable tot tthe Lord but ttu difference will be I 44tIt7 jtrnbunt frlitago5ome thirt1nI 6me ftlsty and some a hundred foldr Tljt Lord does not explain the iIICbttween these fruitages dltrerf I cI Irn jjireulatlyt and loving will be 5S mot energetic to know and toed q jvjftljp Masters will apd will bring forth y lilt InrgKSt fruitage and will kayo rrlllef places tIlL Kiucdbm thef St RjiiifRletlares that as star differs Vtfcfruui staVinglory oltwtnbe with Uipse who attain unto the First ResurI ration Jesus Assured James and John vIlist If they were willing to drink of Ills cup and be tmptized into Ills death riljey should surely sit with Him in iilt Throne but nsto the chief plaeeu It honor It was not for rom to say iluSe pljices wJH be given according 1j iirlnclples of Justice antf of merit UHOR11rN J71K SENTENCt riahsentr to Prison for Beating Wife Mercy Asked to MotherIn Law Plttsburg PuFor beating his wIfe guiltY aa indicted for beating 1uinother1nlaw4 recommended to the mercy of the court On this verdict returned in court recently Joseph Ko jedly a machinist was sentenced tot i pay the costs a fine of G4 cents sad serve 30 days in Jail A r I1 w r c Vc w T1JH0 NS= 1 E tD fi i tNEW 28SPINGFE1D WASHlNGtON f 1912stoo KINGDOMjlJl FORTYEIGHT Stars Now On The Amen n Flag Wasningtpn July 4 The ntew starsfcluding the recently admitted Arizona and New Mexico was flung from all Federal structures in artheAmerican navy throughout the world today Thirteen stars on ly will be permitted in the blue square of the flags that are less avoid10vl t e Presidents absence only the gular flagfluttered above the hite House Today was the quietest Fourth W10ashingtonmany years It wasa sane cele abationt TCionightcall display south off the White ouse and a brilliant illumina tion of Pennsylvania avenue frcm the Treasury to tbe Capitol Insect Bile Costs Leg A Boston man lost his leg from the bite of an insect twoyears before To avert such calamities from stings and bitts of insects use Bucklens Arnica lve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema iutsf bruises Only 25 cents at Haydon Rokertsonem ruoIn Marion This Year The leaders of the dry forces have abandoned the idea ocall jing an election in Marion county r September 12th under tbeI county unit law passed by the last legislature They have de cided to await the decision of the Court of Appeals on the coc test n TowCourt Lebanon voted wet by 44 majority at the May 2nd elec on and the drys filed a contest in the county court This was Decideelinthe contest board The drys have appealed to the circuit urtand the matter will stand jl for trial there at the September term In a county election the petition asking the election to bei called must be signed by a num ber of voters equal to 25 per cent of the number of vows castI each precinct at the precedin general election In some precincts it was found liard to get the lawful number of signers toI the petitions that were being cir culated and in some the lawful number had not been secured Iff the wets win m the highest court the dry leaders say a county election will be called Marion Falcon A Good Plan At Horse Cave a few days 0l a crowd of prominent citizens and business men armed themselves with the necessary implements and put in a few days work transforming a bad stretch of highway into a vra ersable thoroughfare Their example is to be commended Every town should have good roads leading to it and if they can not be ob taintdotherwIse the citixens ofr the town should get together and build them By so going t ley invite trade and add to the general comfort and welfare r Want LonqHafr2And longhhairThat I youAyers producingjust sire Do not be afraid to useitNo danger fits col ingredientslabell thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you thimJttAt by tile J 0 m co LeWIn Xut HORTICULTURAL Outlook As Seen Through Columns of Farmers Home Journal P ars are expected to make a ifull crop in Illinois Tennessee tomatoes promise a larKecrop of fine quality and e ripening nicely The gardens ot Nicholas coun ty Ky present a good procpect A big crop of tomatoes which look fine Unless something extreme iin the way of weather conditions should develop betwe Pow and early fall the Michigan grape crop should be the biggest on record if all reports are true The south Georgia melon crop fully 50 per cent short oa normal yield with the acreage out the same as last year ntaloupes are in bad condition worms having badly injured the fruit and the vines Jhe potato crop in Maury county Tenn is short It is estimated that the crop will not exceed fifty cars ast compared with 250 cars the highwater mark of four years ago The acreage is light and the yield will not be goodinMexican laborers ha7e been engaged to assist in harvesting the immense peach crop in east Texas The men are being shed to the peach belt as fast as they arrive at Larado Tex many of them taking their families with them What Makes a Woman One hundred and twenty poundsmore or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But thats just what Electric Bitters give herbbless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out feel ing Electric Bitters have done me a w orldof good writes Eliza Pool epew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine Only 50c Guaranteedby Haydon Robertson Drowns When Parachute Lands in Reservoir Cleveland July 7Robert Thibedau 18 was drowned late today when his parachute cut driFt 1000 feat in the jiir de scendedin Fairmount reservQir It was Thibedaus second as cension A week ago be was to have gone up with 0 R Bank ston the aeronaut with whom he was serving a nvitiate As the balloon started some part ofr tthe apparatus gave way leaving Bankston on the ground Thi bdeau kept his head cut loose the parachute and made a safe descent Thousands saw the boy part company with bis bal- loonl today and start his drop Tne reservoir is two acres in xtenland the boys inexperience doubtless cost him his life as an older parachute jumper would have been a better judge of dis ttance and diiftuge and avoided the water After some delay a boat putout to the spot where the para chute floated Thibedeau how ever lashed to the trapeze had sunk lila body was taken a neighboring hospital and efforts at resuscitation wete madep though without J1VllilI FlyIsee Uncle Sam mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mail People take a wonderful interest a discovery that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America It cUred me ofa dreadful caugh writes Mrs J F Davis Stickney Corner Me after doctors treatment and all other reme dieahd aTled Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Los TA gold bracelet at tRock bridge or Willisburg deco ration or on the pike between Jerome Colvlns and Saniford MatticlYocumR9tul0l Yocum Willis burg Ky or thisl otlire 4tbiiPwwwITo Our Subscribers PostmaterIj who are one year pijl more in arrears The statement is to be made as of thejfirst issue after July 1 and mnst be in the form of an affidavit ere are sever hundred subscribers to the News iTi who throngt neglect on account of the amount 11bein small are onear or more in arrears and all of them will necessarily have to be stricken from our list It is not a matter cf unwillingness oprtiur part to extend credit to our friends ind patrons There is not one op our list in arrears ti4t we do not lieve intends to pav the amountdue yet we are campeilediy law to discon i tinue toe paper to tem This applies to all subscribers and we appeal to thjcse who are se much as one to call and s ittle or remit the amount IIPrompt continue tbe paper but otherwise we yearinIIattention toahis matter will be greatly a ted f 4j J Married in Fraplte Miss Kate Ray the voungest daughter of Mrs Mary McChord Ray formerly of this citVv and a niece of Dr R C McCtord and Mr John McChord was married Paris Prance lasI week JMiss Ray left in February o last year to travel arund t ie world- sa the companion or a ilcb lady of NeW York In Oh la Rome months ago she mt Count Rene dAnjon The How Itg account of the marriage i ppeared in the Sunday Courier Jiarnal The marriage of N iss Kate Ray of Lexington fo merly of Louisville to Cotint Rl ue dAn Jjon of Paris Franco ttook place last week Count d jon is connected with the Fr nch cqs tocas of China wher he has een for eight year looking after the interests of tttj French ffinancirs in China hey wil tbe in France for two ye rs then will go to Shanghai to ie The bride has many relativi s in Ken tucky her mother R rs Mary McChord Ray making erhome ifai Lexington Maricfi Faloon JJ I Mammoth Carie Washington County trip to Mammoth Cave willbJulV17- lhe round triprail Joad fares ffrom all stations H7i All ex penses at Cave hole 5U for two days trip T ie latter amount includes you board at Cave hotel aird tb several routes through theCa e making the total expense fo1 ihe two days outing 925 Limit on tiickets 10 daor trnini in regular morning train Writ or Phone L N Agent J4 Commissioners Sale W T Head f Plff EquityHHy virtue of a Jud men and order of sale of the Washington ircuit Court sendered at the May tern 1912 in the above styled cause IIsha to r1offerin Springfield Ky on MONDAY JULY 52 1912 at oclock pm or the about beint county court Jay to the igheat bidder at public auction upon i credit of 0 12 and 18 months the f lowing property towit Two certain tracts or arcela of land KytinI as follows Tract Noltho residence with about 12 acres of and knownnrthp Dr Debo place und the center of the villagAjf Texas Tract No2 This train adjoins Itract No and containing 29 acres and one rood more or less LebB and excepted of the above boundary is a snail bo udary heretofore sold to Peterson Spalding on which store hDuse stand Debt of W T Head witti inter est to July 22 1J12 J 275438 Debt of Peoples Deposit bank with interest to July 5L 1912 68869 Costsllthe purchasers 351807 7ROO r or sureties must execute bond bearing interest from date of sale untillnid and having the force and effect o a Judgment Piilders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terse C F BOSLEYtiI C W a C STRAYEDQn7Brm near town 5 shotes iighlng about 80 pounds have teei on place for a long tl eOOW myI mav have samebjr paying for this vertisement1- l keep and JohtFSimmsI THE Cfl1DRD1J Ir IrKENNEDYS I4AAIIPPJ COUGH YRW I wI StringentLawp bythethe sale of cigarettes should behead by all coacferned It Is as fol lows It shall be unlawful for any person to sell or furnish to any pprson under the age of eighteen years any cigirette material or to give sell or bar- tert the same to any person whomsoever wifcn the knowledge that the same is to be given or sold or bartered to any such child or to persuade advise counsel or compel any under said ngp to smoke the same Any person who violates the provision of this Mction shall be guity of a misdemeanor and upon conviction therefor shall be fined not less than fivta dbl llars nor more than twentyfive dollars or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding thirty days or both so fined and im prisoned Seriously Cut in Fightt the result of a fight at Lo IAs Saturday night near 12 o Charlie Roberts is in a dangerous condition at his homeS suffering from numerous and cuts and Millard Ball has bad bruises on face and head The trouble occured att Sam Miles placein Loretto It is reported that several men wore present and all were drink ling and Roberts was the aggres sor while Ball on tbe defensive Two fights were had by the two men one outside the last inside Ball was struck several times by Roberts with some hard suo stance supposed to be brass knucks and Ball finally drew or got possession of a knife and stabbed Roberts four times near the heart and cut him in the arm and back Dr J K Oissell is attending Roberts and now thinks helisbI conditiorL witIt HE PUT IN THE COLOR NOTE How the ArtIst Turner Changed On I of His pIctures From Failure to lucceM Thomas Shrewsbury Parkhurst the roledo artist is In Milwaukee to rlslt the Milwaukee Art society where mn exhibition of his paintings is being held He has found Milwaukee a bus place and has been whisked from one home to another of the principal men bers of the art society and others who are interested In art In his round of dinners and teas he has established a reputation for story telling not mon Ing to insinuate of course that he ever departs from the strict letter of the truth Many of his stories are of other painters One he tills of TUm- or Turner had exhibited new paint- Ing in the Parts salori and on th opening night a number of hlj friends spoke derogatorily of his work Ite said nothing but the next morning he invited the same Mends to view the painting again IThe criticism had been directed to nehlcIrepreaentettadea4 which was anchored a so e1hat4 t1Ior gray ship From the background Br gray fog rolled In When he critics arrived the next morning eriaU1a 1UOYfloated upon the gray waresMil that anchored Iplcturelold Immediately on a red and tone is thI IItration of what forcing a color ttwill do to a picture Milwaukee WIsf conllinII BACK HOME iln Sunny Kansas After a Visit to Old Ken tucky Hutcbinson Kan July 8 1912 Editor NewsLeader After myoidKeider the Italian and sunny skies of Kansas To all my friends whom I met and especially 0thos whom I did not meet Isend most cordial greetings On account ol illness I wets unable to accept many invitations so cdrdmly extended to me Iconld have prolonged my ylsit in definitely bitbe gentle ophyrs Ywhlperingto It was hard to piilj myself from the MkindredThe inein and diueing was Id much fora Kansan of 27 year whos principal diet during Hi teen years of this time wasr com osed of wind and sandourrs But this is only a remembrance now of my early years in the aut flower State The wheat harvest in Reno county and adjoining counties is over Renos crop this yeari will probably average wethilive bushels Tbe farmers m every direction from fiuichinspnj lay the wheatis unusually heavy the heads well titled and many fields will run as high as thfrty 10 fortyfive bushelsl per acre Several farmers around Hutch mson bad their header at work last Sunday in their wheat fields One farmer said be didnt like to qworktake the chance of a storm com ing Tbe chintz bug was notI conspicous this year anti was unknown in Reno county Gu Sfthe winter was too hardyon them A iclthoughold neighbor farmer ot mine of a fewf with I I a 12pleasantsitd bad kick wheat Iihingsflfr retorted that his adjoining neighbors field of eighty acres would average forty bushels p Lerexceed thirty It is hard to t please tile average Kansan More or less they always haye al kick coming While writing the crops I want to put in ofI margieloalRarrisonNUlly Uncle Harrison deemed to be very credulous asI KanIsas avsjofj seeing now like the doubting Thomas would convince him of the truth I told In my travels ILhomeKansas The crops are further advanced and look much better than in the portions of Ky lnd Ills and Mo inw bicn I traveled i The thousands acres of daitgreen corn hip to shoulder high lookl Jike one vast ocean in waves sufficient to float a Titanic The The fourth of July commenced Tuesday and like the Democratic Jpartyeverything is harmonious as a sane 4ln could be This being the 40th aniversary of Hntchin s orhe attractions numeiI ous und are being enjoyed by thousands ot visitors from allover the State My aeice Miss Catharine Thompson who accompanied me home is enjoylug herself highly ttaking in the parts shows and swimming p5ois1as well as manf other pluses of resort and pests ure The Kentncky boys hash better look to their laurels pr it tnlgftt be a bilker MrsCatbariue4u3Is T A is a millionaire be hadfietI jfer keep an eyonhIs bank aq counts This wil baa warning as Catharine ntthefavyel terday thqppingind bought 20 cents worth of marked down goods and had them dellveredby autbtnubileibelivery Mow altithat zasp rating Wishing all jolly fourth v Id A Thompson IIIIIIrteO S Fe i aIIiir1r 1Ti f JA Ii 616Df For Country Boys To Be Fea ture of Statet Fair LL theKedalanoofair Wbich t gIptmb9rcontinuing one w ejr wouidnbe a schpollfor farnftr toys with its object of inducing farmer lads to develop a greater interest in thefdrmandlessfofaninclinati0nl to mlgrat to thecity Plans fjor the school h which wjll be in the nature of boy a camp were dis ciissed yesterday by Secretary abd Prof T R Bryaq of the jSit le Agricnliural Sfritioia It4s Iplabtiedto ringuneboy from very county in the Slate to the ope9air school f BTplaipibg the Tarm tchcxill nlrducted jointly by the State lair and the agrionJturahdepartment UniversitvYrofBryan lads and having charge of thei camp All expenses7 will be de rayed by the two institutions Boys between 15 and18 will at tcud Tdy will be igl yen three hours instruction each morning In agriculture and stock raisirg and also will attend stock judg iing contests The boy who will attend the camp will hi selected by a com mittle in each county composed foff the County School Superln tendent a member of the Statei Board of Agriculture Foresty and Immigration and a member of the faculty of the State AgriJi cultural Collpge One offtheJ eachlboyessay 500 and 600 words describlng the farm exI plaining why he remains on thtarm bow better financial gain an be had in farming and what pan be dope to make farm life more enjoyable It is expectedI Oboys who live on farms willI e encamped at the fdirCour e1Journal a I Commu ioncrV 5aJb Waldridge etc Pit va Equity Sarah E Inman etc jDft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1912 In the above styled cause L shall pro urtIingId dfthe following described property to witaA certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky about 12 miles from LitSAy and on the waters of pttlej Beech Fork and Long Lick qeescontaining 103 acres and 8 sq pQieidl This place has some bottom plenty of good upland suitable for b gurleyand a considerable amount of timbf ihj for the purchase price the purchaser o r purchasers with approved secprity or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale juntil paid and having the force and effect of ja judgment Bidders wft be prepared o comply promptly with these terms 5jC P BPS EY JICL W c c Commissioners Sale no Harmon Sr etc put cGBy vlrture fa judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1912 In the above styled cause IsbaUpro U11HouMONDAY JULY 22 1912 at oclock pra or thereaboat being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit ef a1xI 12 and Iff months the following de scribed property towit j land WsiincI Dtontposedby Gee Litasy as a home TbiiJ roJarty baa onit small dwelling and bam with other flutbulldjngs andsi located about one tails north of Feawick on a public road Debtof S J Smock and interest t to July 22 1912 fHO74 Debt of J6htf Harmon Sr aDdij f A interest to Julyl 22 1912 3piB7 Costs 115C l Total 43531 For the purchase price the purchaser rpurchasers with approved eQrky or sureties must execute boat beetle lgai bnter from data of isle asj- pasdane lbavin the fOrce anteeta 4tqFBErcwo s O OZ II M I If hfiEtI t SiJBS CRIB1dONQ iitr t4a lUXi4 F J florti us of In as in v 1 JrlttJ sSNAKESTORIIS4i i VoucIjedgFor By Truthful f and Reliable Men tr t A few days ago Mr William Rupelf nrho lives near aiafield went to the woodsy tf dIsi laneof about live uiUwi and with a companion loided the rtt Wagon Itha quantity of Un bark tbebarkon veatl tCation an immense rattlesoike bout five feet llong euityert i thidk was found It WiwprOiaiptt ly killed ItJwis 8 cbli large fIJJJ oDethatMrRnpeyttied k ontoathe wajgon gxle1 wr haaklp of f Iark and took It home to afcoir t lLO his family J htfl8WHjbiii the 1anakeVas IfeflM H I bkNeXt morning when all tbfaLIK liy went down to takea llook the i I ate bf the deHdNrHtttwbwtB found coiled nbyItisietdyIto protect be revenge JTfclipontf Was also romptiy aispfctcbta t certalnlv sho 8 devototf aid gacit1 when itIs eokicier dthat the five miISi In the darkness WithUnerring L insider I i i 1A Hot long sincei so a reliable man Was telling the Ldeg n ti named di emiE who lives near Shaker aaj drank out of a spring and iIB tto ilDgSO noticed nothing espectal b DuulJual 3e3 er able uneasiness in hisfitdmacb and the doctor treated him for Iiindigestion or something of that sort htreatmendij HisTm good About a Week 1thrdfelt a choking senHtloM inhia throat arid putting blkl hind la 4 his mouth and jDrnUbuttffiftld snak6 It is neealeita sayhatheabout drinking OAt of prihgii a d 1rIn1iqgburg Republican 7- I The Choice Of AHuaiwiid 4Js toO Imp amat i1e woatn Wblhapes by taking ltXf tH llIe jew sfrengtb flue ces tkJ iere tiatwini sjare 26c at Haydon R6bVri oDi A Story byStorLa S tnDseetenourjcingmember of the maliged party rose ftd started for the foot He had mqyeda f4w 41ouSthe main aisle whea the spetiker td That gentlemaa who ieI just I oing out reminds ins oJIttIistory II A negro woman Hud the r speaker onqe upoaratlajeai 4tended a slejghofbafld I per formance and wuappaNnt gretli delightedw1tktIio COl juerors trick1titlI I ipie11ng e ue spaper upon ihe taeiind placing a heiyy Maiket OTer it tbeHDaaof jtai fferBie4ed to read the newpeper r U Fd deJ wdrieake ex 1grnadADinhadiis 4moplace foh a woman iTJa thIn 1 caliiter dresi10 FOR S CB1 Come and see thu jrJ wiu sell privately 1r 230ACRF tmplhturnpike I pikeGoodCbarn timber off bs htraeis acre in wois ge dicehaM and all IproyssbsaIiur7 WllLaeU asiw4 orle c r 7oyireukiIbi4si1Mcft Mlt thii s is richff asd redy J Jhicyebed Ie y jf gtLostee4 j l- Br rJ ldu i w itlMi SF Iuciwge a s FIe4refll psseat tbia oftarj J J h P = r r3 rwrc Lw T i I Tk WSooL DfR tIWIHNGP1MLDKY t tw L BYWY SXUMDJLY M L JISEPIPOUN liter ftB FtbHshere I TIte r4 il ahts off the teoflfctttwckj after a long kpuoftlm have decided to itflow the co ire puraied by all otttr IcgifejiBate enterprises tbroagbout the country by or ffriicfoff a retail merchants as Miatioai Such an association 1bethe awans of accomplish hhg much good to the country jHMeialiy and itis to be wonder i that INCh an association fi s m hea formed lon ago There r ftre K1n7 things of general bene It that could be promoted by Mtckfci ftMoelation that would I Mi Oily hi ajbenefit to there Hil itrebBta ihjMaaelyea but Wo ro3aId to the benefit of their ctortoaaera also One oft this t is the securing of better I iftigfct rftfea for which the pub lw JHM bees clamoring for some tintt Thie it can beseen would be to tlM benefit of the consumer etpoM as well as to the mer ct1ut DMide this the aseocia tkMlwlll have as its object the t betterment f nsptlly of public L coMUtkms It wlllcoi1cemIt aelt la tine betterment of the rt4B beUer schools and many ortar public befefits Another object will be to secure reason t 4al and regulations as to the retail trade and to keep down Iff elation which tends to dis J risiiMte against the retaildeal 1 er the benefit of the whole Mtif dealer A nationwide movement to iiiuiiftce President Taft to with raw as a candidate backed by ibaay Republican officeholders withl seyeral members of Con l gr M M sfcnaor will be launched with the simultaneous cir ola Jtot of petitions in every State 3 kof tbe Ualao within a week ac oofdlug to an Associated Press dispatch from Washington If the movlme tgains volume 1hei e same men will ask Col JRa eyeU to withdraw and per iait A compromise selebtion r Tb excitement bitterness fiicjdeatJ to the Baltimore CPU yemtioV seemss J 16 Ibe passing Away The platform adopted vwaa li that any citizen could de vfiie whether he bad secured his persoflftl preference in the coife tioo or not While iti sasda I for progress cannot be y Mid to be progressive in the extreme sense in which that tteiotim s used 44FI4 t 1A Herman Steamship Co hay jit launched a vessel jniofrftastha Imperator which i I jn all its dimensions exceeds the ill fated Titanic It js goo I tNt long and will carry 4100l I passengers and its crew of hOC ktaking a total of 5200 person or about three times as many I I p ftiile as there are in Spring Iii A Loiisville man was arreste- dlIesinsane in Vaebington the r otherday because he wanted to wwceIaty eftIScotts Emulsion coaUin these vital properties iin coaceatrated form and dib tribvtes Aem all erer the body wIt evt tsjdac lbe ke tiea Scott a Bowne NJ 1Z12 be a comprQmlse candidate for the presidency Qntbp Republican ticket There hra been menlthisi Chief MaglstrarjeVjirj to be cop sidered aa oyino fof that fact Fairview Mrs Hamilton Young of Bardstown visited her mother Mrs Vick Smith Saturday and Sunday Mr Cleveland Osbourne re turned home Saturday after a weeks vistwith bissister Mrs Annie Mat inglYlof Louisville Born on Monday to Mr and sonrto is on re port idi improving t Mr Garland Hamilton has begun building his new house having lost his hbme recently by fire Miss Etta Hamilton of Leba nbUi spent Sunday wjth her sister with Mrs Joe Newton Mr Rue Carrico and sister spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bernard Smith Several frOth this place attended the dance at Mr Richard Kennels Monday night Pleasant Grove Mr and Mrs Ed Birch are andIMrs Charles Blanton at Boston Ky f Mro Will Thompson and Mrs Katie Hopper spent Wednesday with Mrs B LJLitsey Mr and Mrs Richard Patterson are visiting their son at Farrbdsburg Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Willis burg Tuesday night Miss Anna Gregory has re turned home from a visit toDan quo apd Lexington Mrs Theresa WiSliams of Bardst wn is visiting Mr andLr Mrs S W Williams Mrs Harvey Leachman ofr Springfield spent lastweek with Mr and Mrs J S Leacbman Mr Earl Whiteman and wife and Mrs Henry Whiteman spent last week with Mrs Kate Winters at Somerset Mr Will Joues and sister Miss Anna were in Maud Fri dlyon business Miss Tiny Reed Springfield spent last week with tier lather Mr Henry Reed Mr Pete Borders spent a few days llast week with bis family in Louisville Mrs Lillian Settles is spending thtf week with her brother and wife Mr and Mrs Harvey Leachian Mrs Katie Dog u and Elasll beth seal of Blosiafield spe t Thursday night witb Mrs L M Gregory Mrs Lizzie Reed and Matiie Graves were tbeguests off Mr Julia Leachman Friday after Inoon GERMANYS ESPIONAGE EVERY VISItOR 18 UNDER THE WATCH OF THE POUCE He Must Give Full Account of Him setf and His Intentions Use of Red Ink Btl SerlouaConI sequence The recent conviction as a spy of the English lawyer Mr Stewart made it lear to everyone who read the ac- countof the trial that German law is very different to our own How differ ent it requires a visit to Germany to realize Before you have stayed in aIGerman town for a Week a policeman calIa He politely inquires your age your nationality and how long you Intend to stay Your answer he notes down in one of the small library of little books whlctrs he carries with him If you take a house in Germany you must notify the poUcej if you move to another you must comply with the same formality If you hire a servant girl you must purchase a yellow blank and report the fact When she leaves a green form must be sent to the police stating why she ladismissedIf the telephone in Germany you must be careful how you speak to the employee At cane rube a gentleman Impatient at long delay called outMAre you weep miser and was fined five dollars for offering an unjustifiable insult Whatever you dqbe careful not to use red ink when writing to the police The president of the Social Democrat society at Hetschendorf did- os and was summoned and fined for iBdtingthe representatives of law to break the peace In all small matters you must exer else the greatest care so as not to run the risk of insulting other puo po A certain covnt von Friedland had a quarrel with an insurance agent named Joseph Bock lobe count presently summoned the latter because as he alleged the agent stared at him whenever they met in a manner which revealed bate and contempt Poor Bock was found guilty and fined 10 with the alternative of ten days imprison ment A Berlin iron worker named Wil leck got into trouble the other day in a manner incredible to English Ideas He was watching a fat police man chase a riotous merrymaker and the vision of the formers stout legs twinkling along amused him so that he burst into a fit of laughter This ras construed as an indictable offenseS serious scandal and the unhappy Wllleck went to prison for a week The proprietor of a widelyknown patent medicine took a quarter of a column in a German newspaper The publisher was summoned and fined for bombastic advertisement It was considered that the advertise merit was too long and that it Irritat ed the readers A German soldier was recently hauled up for the serious offense of failing to salute his officer in the street For this the punishment Is two months imprisonment He pleadI- eel that be waS shortsighted and at once was sentenced td an extra fortnights confinement for tailing to re port his condition London TitBita Englishman Norwegian Knight King Haakon of Norway has created Angus Watson of the firm of An gus Watson ft Co a first class knight of the Norwegian Order of St Olaf and has gives him the insignia of the ordr This order which is very rarely con ferred except to Norwegians has been given to Mr Watson with the consent of the British sovereign This decoration has been granted as an acknowledgment of the serv ices that Mr Watson has been able to render the Norwegian fishing industry in various parts of the world in eon nection with the sale of the succulent fish which Is familiar to all M ikip psr Public 4lc3d42 Sale T sSIaIIionsJ 444 i 1 jack Stock etc tf J T1QAs administrator of the estate of Hartwel I deceased I will i iF l On Saturday July 13 f I At2 oclock pm offer for sale to the highest and best bidder c at the residence of the late Hartw ell Etherington near WiLlis Washington county Ky the following property towit 4 iiburK One fine bay Stallion Spotwood Jr 16 hands Ii4ineh high and a fine bred horse 4 One fine Draft StaUioii Prince SoltaireJr s Montgomerrtjack t4 etcJt 114r34Upofi a crcIiIj six months notes to be well endorsed and beamte frorndosalesixpirceMgntereat t1 v 4 Y t r f J4fs1IdaEthermgtoDJ IJ 0I I Srir f SrM Campbell Auctioneer Adrpx of Hartvvell EtheringtPn w A 1 IH 1usBY Mr William A Radford wil answer OFCOSTitsubject of building for the read ra of this paper On account of his wide Experience heJon all these subjects Address a Inquiries WestJacksononlyeDcloao very substantial house and one thedesignperspective and fldor plans It laagoodsl ed house 32 feet wUe by 39 feet deep designed to please those oldfashioned peopleand thijre are a good many f themwho llkj a large toInvestto furnish It afterwards ifv great ahouof the rooms This is bec hse they are not accustomed to read IP plans dravn to a scale It is dim lit for a readingdrawingseither the size or the a room even when the n plain ly correctI II knew a lady who she was building a house her lik ing but when It sodisappointedrifice and started at onceto iulld an- Other This time she aeIecte the lotand had the long grass cut from itand hauled aloada builder to lay out the to floor ndthefirsting the partitions the same thickness called for in openIngsplacesThewithlaths was done she cobld walk rom one room to another until she b41 a thor oughly correct idea of the sfte of the rooms and their relation tc one an other She knew exactly hjqjr certain pieces of furniture would in places where she wanted th p to theI The result was that she bull a which has suited her ever a pee and although she has lived In It bout ten years she has no desire to make a changeIt for this reason that so ort urge people to study the p ana nI before starting to build I pill anyone In the right way If hey communicate with me willI It Is Impossible to embojly every good feature In one house The aUbol pcqc LLj- 77L1p OOAUtO Twii other dlltlngu1sm g leaiure 01 this house between parlorThis reception room is a link the oldstyle front halL It gives an opportunity to display considerable taste in the entrancewayt as muoh expense in the furnishing of EIgancehaso overdo the matter but of course the Second Floor Plan furnishings must be in keeping and they must be of a size to properly fitt the place There is a corner next to the din ing room for a grand oldfashioned grandfathers clock and there iIs room on the wide steps opposite the clock corner for a fancy urn or a ped statuaryAncorner ol this room and the other articles of furniture should corre spond They should be large not numerous but handsome and there ihould be fldoorthe wall decorations In furnishing the entrance to a house like this the Inmates have a splendid opportunity todiip1ay good taste and judgmentI This Is not an expensive house Itt Is of medium size and can be built under favorable circumstances for 3000 but the cost of heating and plumbing would probably be extra So much depends on the location that it difficult to give an accurate eat Iia te without knowing tie cost of and building materials where localIestimate Wily Walter Robert Louis Stevenson while In Sits Francisco was explaining to a friend at a restaurant a peculiarity of the local waiters which was that under no circumstances would they admit that they did not have anything that might be called for on the bill of tarenThey will take your order for a slice of the moon said he and go away as It they meant to fetch it and then come back and say that theyre just out of ittTo prove It he called the waiter and sld A double order of broiled behemoth Yes sir said the walter will you have It rare or well done CPrettyI am sorry but we are just out otI behemoth What no more behemoth 1 asked the novelist in feigned astonishment The waiter lowered his voice We have some Jtnore sir ho whisspered confidentially but the truth is t would not bring It to you as It was not quite trash Hurt Her NerveaC nIa sanitarium Nothing serious I trusttNot very serious You see she iiksecretary YesTH of the Wonians club And after carrying the club min utes all winter In her bead sire sa down the other day and tried to write em out = = EyJamples and Book Before bu ofJYREGALgetelsewherethefirstTHB REGAL GUARANTEE JM REGAL ROOFING ItsTsold under the most liberal and honest kind 3000000OOconcern sinessLetyou Interesting book of informationjj SHULTZ CLEAVER t4It n I I on DELINQUENT LIST Following in the Delinquent List of S J Anderson as Allowed by the Fis cal Court at its December Term 1911 SD Hale List PRECINCT NO3 Name Prop Dogs Tithes t Remarks StateBakerIssolventBakerInsolventColvin Shop StatearrerCoCutsingerInsolventCookseyIt fouudColvinCoCasteelStathCumley foundFosterfoundFloydInsolventFaUasInsolventFannielventHardinInsolventHardinDistrictHardin1yentHumeStateHobbsInsolventHarlowInsclventJenkinsInsolventKeeling InsolventIGroveMontgomeryShopMontgomery InsolventMontgomeryInsolventMattingly Shop CoMayesInsolventOderCountyPinkstonInsolventPoulterCoRoyaltyCo InsolyentSagracyInsolyentSweeney Shop I I1HN I Ii Inrc thing that roes the farthest toward making life worthwhile that costs the least and does the most to Suet pleasant unite HOUSEHOLD HINTS When you are making a cake In which the color is not objectionable uSe coffee Instead of milk and enjoy the change of flavor If you have a faded dress which Is too good to throw away and would be unsatisfactory If recolored try bleach Ingit Put a heaping tablespoonful of bichloride of lime In a pall full of water and let the garment soak In It over night In the morning add the same amount of the bleach to another pailful of water and bring to the bOll ing point hang out and dry after Ing welL Usually this will be uN ctent to bleach the fabric It not soak again When face powder Is to be placed for the use of a group of women at an evening company furnish a box of medicated cotton for their use as tach may pull off a small piece and not find It necessary to use m common powder puff A convenient arrangement for cook- Ingi In the open for campers or pic JtlnrJ may be supported on four stones wlUii the fire underneath and all kinds of cooking and broiling may be done A steel crochet hook is a useful tbastlngithreadabe jForj crispiness of the Vienna rolls which are wholesome try making them atk home When the bread Is very light and ready to mold into loaves carefully pinch off bits as large as a wal ut drop Into greased gem pans They will bo nearly all trust For a supper dish on Sunday night cut rounds of bread lay on a thin slice of cheese and on top of that a tthin piece of bacon Place In the oven and cook until the bacon Is curled aruj crisp Serve hot with cocoai 7liuu ZARS INCOME FROM VODKA Rutia Ruler It Given 400000000 Annually by His Subjects 4I1BtopinQflltrongly andthegovernment to take steps to fight the vodka fiend A home for Inebriates will bo started and an Institute for- utlalcohol1c research will follow Over 80 per cent of the city popula fkaj tbitIdent food and cold barracks because fourfifths of the coal and meat allot ted to them are snapped up by officers and purveyors before It reaches the storeys VodRa has been a crown monopoly since the sixteenth czarhascontrols 4000 distilleries on which iteI realizes 400000000 a year While the government spends only 34 cents f per head on education each Russian and7avodka spirit Is distilled from potato and cereals Bird Siaugnter Condemned A strong protest Is being made In South Australia agulnst the continual slaughter of such rare birds as the Ibis the egret cranes and spoonbill to supply the demands of milliners The slaughter Is objectionable not only as destroying some of the most Offnatureof Agriculture also as rendering South Australia ever more prone to plagues of grasshoppers and Is a prime cause of the decline of Hi fish resources As the wandering birds dls deztrojflak 1 H lSagracy Henry Il InsolventTaryee G W InsolventTaryee Thos 1 InsolventTerrel W T 4 I InsolventWilson James White 1 Left StateLarkin sLeftStateYocum G S 11 Jn Louisville 1PRECINCTNO tnsolventarnardCOBrownInsolvent J BowenW InsolventBarnettInsolventBarnettInsolvent WoodordCrnishShop Conway Wm 8CutsingerI Fredez4ckstownCouiterI fti County InsolventCallInsolventhumStateDennisInsolventDruryGiUisF V v J t i Insolvent n 4jlGilder C M Insolvent InsolveztGillisrHaydenftr Hughes T L I r Insolvent InsolventMonroeInsolventMonroe J InsolventMaddoxInsolventOwencountyPhjlljpstnsoiventPhillipsRichardson Merritt 1 Insolvent InsolventRichardsonLong James Credit by 75c 1 tLakeLowery John l L In Meicerccunty 1 Lewis J M jvJ Lnster Hugh I In Mackvllle Matherly Rome 1 Insolvent TnMercercoUDtyMcLaulin InsolventParrott 1 IllinoisPeolerIllinoisPrewitIDeadRossInsolventStnders untySeaInsolventSfineSI12TathamVotaw Thos 14 160 111 In Mercer Co Continued Next Week t = CANGER JU and I HIFrom Louisville CourjerJburnal Jan 12 1912 The Ravages of Cancer IIThere were 840deaths from cancer in Kentucky lasV to returns received by the State Board of ED Health rBECOMETHAT ONE WOMAN OUT OF EVERY 12 lII ONE 5YARSOLDWIJDIEOtOANCEEThe MAN OUr OF EVERY 17 WHO LIVE Lupus f TO Eating B I conditions 4 ItUlcel1andothermorbid treatments required No cutting loss of blood No danger e breast moles warts horny and hairy growths Our phnsician will visit Springfield soon I1Nodate of visit sprum Company I 210 Stt Joseph St I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JS TT r i r f BERKS HIRES For SaleI rr I I have for salp 17 head I Thoroughbred Berkshire ofII f ITheyIBerkshire are the Hog kIIII II satisfies the blood that breeds IIf I have one littler oflO pigs that IIIwill pay any man to look at 11I 1 PricesIesonab1er 1 QIN4 WILLTTtlIIjl j I SPRINGFIELD KylpR 2 I Jri Haydon Robertson Haydotl Willett rt Ji TLI1JII TIi r DRJG T BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST All Wrk Guaranteed FL i iRONE162R 4 unrioit Bga Block upstair SPRINGFIELD KYA 7 J i YDRJCiJlUDDi 4 PhjsiciiE andd Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 amll 1 to 2 pm Offices over Haydons Drugstor J J WI F GRIGSBY ATliORNEYATLAW oacltover Leoplee Bank t SPKINGFIEIill KY t v DMW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug o Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 t ito12 m 4 tq 5 pm t J Me WILLIAMS J Notary Public WILUSBURG KY DtfpoitioD a Specialty JOHN Y WAVES FUNERAL iilHECTOR ANDLIESEfl EMBALMER- TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 OT8FIELD KY DR WF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber t Pental work at reasonable prices A91 work guaranteed i SPRINGFIELD KY j4 f P P WER ON THE OCEAN Success of Internal Combustion En flint May Cause Revolution In Shipping Industry JL great revolution In the shipping Industry probably unequaled In any period of its history was predicted In a recent interview In London by Sir Marcus Samuel head of the Shell Trading and Transport company ow Ing to the success of the Internal corn g bustion engine as a moUe power forI vessels It insures he said a saving Jn COlt and a great saying of space weight and crew Cleanliness would be Increased and also the comfort of passengers It would insure safety r from boiler explosions and spontane combustion and many other advantages t Those who argue about the in 4 creasedcost of oil do not understand I You must renfember that one ton of oil Is equal to four tons of coal and that the larger power internal combus Itionengine makes for greater economy dusing oiL I think Itls a great pity oJ the United States with its Immense oil resources Is not taking a more ac tlve part In the development of the Internal combustion marine engine v and that the largest oil company has f not I tradeJswent to Roumanla but from one point T of view It was singularly unsuccessful The production after some years working reached an average of about fifteen thousand tons a month We f went there years later and our pro ductlbn Is 50000 tons a month I have J always maintained that the otl supply of the world is more likely to be met in the Borneo fields than in any oth er There we have unlimited supplies the question of prohibitive coat need not enter into the reckonings of II the maintenance of motor driven ves t Be1a A iHE GAVEHkR AGE AS 34 andI 9 uMhe Witness Was Flustered 1l iJ Told Her lust Measurement by 11 Lu Mistake It Ii One of the court attaches tells of a rather amusing incident which oc 4t curretLpne day In municipal court An Importan criminal case was pendingr All the testimony was in and the at I Corners hadnBntshed their arguments I It was a tense moment The court had turned to the Jury ahtUwas about to make his final charge wli1rwoman arose in the audience Can I say a word she asked the fudge The court gave permission The vonan had been One of the chief wit It nesses for the defense V What effect would It have on my testimony if it became known that I 1614 a falsehood on the witness oJ stand she asked Attorneys for both sides Icapod up and the Jury looked startled That all depends upon whether tho testimony you falsified is material to Itheissue saId the court severely jBut I icouldnt help it said the 7 f teaJ8fMold questions They asked me how t old I was and I said thirtyfour but I busttmureautPreiu t t crt1ziORXsior t51k Ahnntf t 1f 0 kIOWNLocal j I OOOO Happenings of Interes Freshest and Latest I AIIAbout Yourself Frlendef and Acquaintances 2 Ice Cream Freezers and Water Coolers at Barber PettnsI F OR SATE An oak washstand Apply at this office The old tried and tested Per fection Coal Oil Stoves at Bar ber Pettus I FOR RENTTwo rooms over Shader Mnllicans store and 4 rooms over P J Thomas L A BURNS RevS O Colley will preach at the Valley Hill school house next Sunday afternoon at 280 Everybody invited spendingtheThat famous summer resort iis being conducted in first class order this year and is being well patronized LOST Between Thurman Peters barn and J F Simmes residence or on East Main street a stpall brown pocket book with silver mounting Return to this office and receive reward MrO F Bosley is in receipt ala postal card Which has on it an advertisement of the Louis ville Bardstown and Springfield Stage Line The ad was taken from i the Louisville Weekly Democrat of May 24 1848 and is in substance a notice to the public that their line would ruu between the aboye named towns leaving Louisville every Wed nesday andj Saturday at7 oclock a m and arrive at Springfield at 5oclock in the evening and lleaving Springfield every Mon day and Thursday at 6 a m ar riving in Louisville at 3 p m Offices in Louisville at Taylor Bouse Bardstown atDonahue Kellevs and in Springfield atI L JBosleys The fare from LiDuisville to Mt Wasbinton was to1BardstownVilla to Springfield 200 thelnroprietolsThe article gives us an Jdea of the changes that have taken place since the ad was printed Christian Church RevivalIRev H L ington has been conducting revival services at the Christian church sIbce July 1st and will continue until Friday night of this week He is being assisted in his work by J A Carroll an Evangelistic singer of Oakland Cal Large crowds have been in at tendance at each service Rev Calhoun is a very pleasant speaker and baS e1ivered some very scholarly sermons The musical program by the local choir assisted by Mr Carroll has been a very pleasant feature of the services New Restaurant Now Open The new restaurant is now open to the public and at swell restaurant it is The furnishings are all new and uptodate TOPICS Ii lDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElrpy Shaders grocery Phone 234R Houfs8toi2ito4 and the building bas heen so re modeled that it can hardly be recognized as the same place Mr Joe Ceconni the proprietor is avers courteous man and one who will be liked by everybody Benedetti Co show by what they have done here that they are not men who belfeve in doing things by halves as they have spared neither labor nor expenseI to make their business class and uptodate restaurant EdgertonDonahoe Gilbert C Donahoe andlftr Miss Susie Edgerton wjll be married at the residence of Dr and Mrs 7 H Hopper this afternoon at 4 oclock by Rev Thompson pastor of the Pleas anti Grove church The attend Buti will be Mr Clifton Leach mar aud Miss Jennie Leacuman The bride will w ara white serge suit with picture hat to match and will DJirry a bouquet of bridal ruses Immediately follow ing toe ceremony they will leave via Lebanon for a short bridal trip Mr Donaboe Is one of the County s most worthy young men He is a farmer and skilled mechanic who stands hign withI everybody He is a son of Zinda Donahoe and the laeI Charley Donahoe while hbl bride who is adaughterof Mrs Tom Baker and theJa Thomas Edgerton i ia popular young lady with a host of friends and is prominent in the social circles of the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood Chauta qua The Chautauqua bits been well attendee by the peopleof Wrsh ington county this year The baseball gatqes seem to be the principle feature of the affair and have diawn great crowds from here each day Yesterday there waS not a corporals guard left in town in the afternoon The local boys are standing the racket splendidly having up un til yesterday played two games and won both as has also Camp oellsville Hardstuwn has play ed four and lost all Lebanon has played woandwon both Co Jumbia has played four and won 1 and lost 3 The home boys are very enthusiastic and have great hopes of winning the trophy The Chautauqua has been yery successful this ear and everything on the program has been interesting LOST L ast week on the Bardstown pike between Brier town and the Cartwrights Creek bridge a childs etnproidered shoe Finder will please leave at this office Ii BENEDETTL coi I I SPRINGFIELDS iINew Restaurant III i IITNowoPEriIEveiything 1 Maijble Iceless Soda Fount- ainvGXDLD IINKS SolidII At all times We are located at Campbells I remOdelIed Fruit ami anything in the confectionery IIFIresh ORDER and have RESTAURANT it cooked Order lineII US ONCE AND YOU WILL TRY US PHONE 236 L i 1 PERSONAL mmslofSimms and family Sup Jay IF Mrs W H Williams rlGlas is the guest of her jj irents i Mr and Mrs VI C McOfcord f Miss Ann McWilliahs 6f Louisville is the guest t Mrs jij Miss Ellen Wathen is the gdest of f riends inLeba on Mr Earl Arnold has joined the United States Navy He is In son of Mr I N Ar old of this plac He has enlii d for four years and has alre dy entered active service Mrs G B Cunnjngha n is in Louisville this week Messrs EL M Grundv W K Robertson 0 D Hatc ott and S H Bisbo attended t le Cen tral Kentucky divisio of the Retail Merchants Assoc tion at Harrodsburg Ky uesdayi The Association was 0 aoized under most favorable spices and promises to be a j hcessful association Officers wi e elect ed and committees nameto draft a constitution and by las Mr John O had9Jr is spending the week fFiends in Lebanon Mr Mullanev of uisville is the guest of Mdssrs I D and E O Walker Miss Mabel Williams has re turned from a visit to f iiends in Broomfield Miss Margaret llaonwUl leave Friday for a visit o friends in OwensboroMrs of Blooi field iis the guest other danghi sr Mrs Chris Hertleiny y Miss Hattie Mitchell of Louis ville is the guest of Mrs Joe Petiua t Miss Minnie Bland rd will leave Friday or a via to her mother in Louisville MG C Whartol was in Louisville Monday on usiness Miss Zelma McIlvo is the guest of the Misses Wi lett Mr und Mrs Joe P ttusj and Mrs Ruby Smith have returned f omGlasgowKytl Miss Tiney Reed ha resumed her position witb H rtlein Fflzjjerald atter a man hin the country Miss Alice McElroy and Mrs J Y Mayes are th guests of Mr and Mrs E E Buster at Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs C H Mclntire have returned from Dawson Springs Miss Mary Lampto who has school at Cmnincati Ohio is visiting her paaents h re Mr WrnA Wal rir who has been seriously IIIat Moi gar tield has suffi ettly reo cover4d tb he broughi home Mrs Oscar Curry who has been very ill is imprdring Mrs Chas Clemec s of New Haven and Mrs Miler of illi fluId are the guests of Mr and Mrs RD Thompson Miss Lizzie Leacn an is vlsi ting relatives in Bar dSburg LOST Between apriri ieldand East Texas Sunda June 23 a stem winding o en faced gold filledsc sw back watch Attache to same was a leather fol with an alethic charm 4inder will officeILitsey Misses Marv ana Elizabeth Brpce an th uostsjof Dr and Mrs J II Hi pper L Miss Gladys Walker is spend tug the week with vliss Grace- S Ii e ha ii Mr Joe GIJIJM sprnt Saturday and Sundiy with iis parents netr Bardston Mits Emma R Pin vas the guest of Miss Eiz buth Logs don last week Mr aud Mrs Dan Kelly spent Sunday with Mr nd Mrs J R Reed Miss Adeline Cox lias returned home after a vis t to Mr and Mrs J 1 Misses Nellie Thompson Crookare Vi itingIiSS Nannie Misses 4d Margaret Reed entertained the youyg folks Tuesdiy e pjnj Fenwick Mr S an ford LqgsQoa has returned to his homp ip Indianapo is Sfter an extended visit with hisparents Mr and Mrs W F Logsdon Mr and Mrs J D Sweeney visited their daughter Mrs J B Walker of Shelbyville the lattsr part ol last week and was accompanied home by their SweeneyI Theice cream supper giyen at forIwas well attended considering the wertber 3570 was realized Mr James Graves of Linton lad visited relatives herO last week Miss Verna Rogers visited her sister Mrs J B Fenwick Mon day Miss Mary Rose Janes and brother Harry visited at Leba non Saturday and Sunday Mrs Clarence Graves and son Leroy spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs R E Shewmaker and familyMrs Margaret Rogers and twochildren Donevan and Dol lie visited Mis Myrt Smith and family Sunday afternoon Mrs Teresa Graves and daughter Lucille spent Monday with her daughter Mrs Clarence Graves Mrs Fred Hughes and three children visited relatives here last week Miss Annie Welsb of Burgin has returnek home after an ex tended visit with her sister Mrs Bob Graves at this place Miss Fro ma Adams is on the sick list Mr James Lanham and Joseph Graves visited at Mclntir Saturday and Sunday BarkerIandSunday Mrs Matt Shewmaker was the guest of Mrs Prudie Janes Friday evening Mrs 3ertha Lanham and childran visited at the home of Mrs Teresa Graves Saturday and Sunday Mrs Rosa McAllister and Misses Mariah and Rosa Ander son were here shopping Monday evening r Mrs Mollie Logsdon and children visited Mrs Dian Smith WednesdayMr Mrs Stanley Rogers visited the latters brotber of near Springfield Sunday Mr arid Mrs Huston Mont gomery and Mr and Mrs Clarence Graves and son Leroy were the guests of Mr and Mr Tdad Anderson and family Sunday Miss Leona Graves spent Wednesday night with Mary Rose Janes Mr and Mrs J B Fenwick visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Dan Rogers Sunday Mrs R E Shewmaker and daughter Miss Annie were at Mtckville Sunday Mrs Bob graves was in Mackville Sunday Miss Annie Welsh of Bnrgin has returned home after an ex tended visit with relatives here IN BASEBALL AS IN LIFE Senator Gardners Words of Hop Might Well Be Applied to EI- ther of the Games Senator Obadlah Gardner the man from Maine with the Mark Hanna fea Lures gets more enjoyment out of a bell game than a chauffeur does out of tearing pedestrians A short time ago In the absence of a league game in Washington Senator Gardner paused on his way to the senate to watch a CapitolIhave retired the other side He had to stand for many shouts of derision and deprecating epithets and was greatly cast down Senator Gardner called him over to you know said the senator can remember as It it were wnly lastweek a game I played In at con ter field whenI was about your age and how sore everybody got at me cause I kept mufllng balls always at lastiruns against us and knocked a three bagger that put us one ahead And all the boys that had been making fun of my fielding were the first to bIst me to their shoulders and carry me oflx the field in a blaze of glory So you can see how little sense thered be luj being cast down over a poor play oi swelled up over a good play whem aIwouldnt care a continental whaft they said about me You may lamiout a I fAndir en coixraeod Nature Always Supreme Nature paints the best part of th picture carves the best part of the itatuo builds the best part of the house and speaks the best part of the oration Emerson J J = I iLL i I SPECIALSALEII Rugs Carpets Mattirigs Linole I Ii ums Wall Curtains Paper and Lace 11 I FORI 15- DAYSI 1i1ijI jRegardless of the fact that the I factories have advan the prices ye have CettI Reduced Prices for a i I LimitedTimeli9ftx2 ft Tapestry Brussels r 12SO9ftxl2ftI 14009ftxl2ft 2500Allon Mattings Linoleums at Low Prices II I 1Ii I1 125 Lace Curtains for 98c t I Lace Curtains up to 5 pair all at reduced priCes IWe Have in Stock Rex Rugs and Porch Shades t Bargains in every department during July f I THE ROBERTSON CLAYBROOKE GOLI INCOEPORATD II r l s i n ORATORS TRIBUTE TO WOMEN Robert GIngeraoll Eloquent Descrip tlon of the Beauties and Virtues of the Gentler Sex It takes 100 men to make an en ctmpment but one woman can make a home I not only admire woman as the most beautiful object ever created but I reverence her as the redeeming glory of humanity the sanctuary of all quaISfoliesnor right to lay the sins of men at the feet of women It is because wom en are so much better than men that their faults are considered greater The one thing in this world that isj constant the one peak that rises above all clouds the one window in which the light forever burns the oneI star that darkness cannot quench tIs womans love It rises to the greatestI heights It sinks tb the lowest It forgives the most cruel injuries is perennial of life and grows In ItI climate Neither coldness nor neglect harshness nor cruelty can extinguish It A womans love is the perfume of the heart This is the real love that subdues the earth the love that has wrought all miracles of art that gives us music all the way from the cradle song to the grand closing symphony that bears the soul away on wings of fire A love that Is greater than poJ er sweeter than life and stronger than1 deathRobert O IngersolL Russias New Naval Base Reval which Russia proposes tcgj naval4baaebeen a fortified town for many cenfll turles The Daies were the first to occupy and strengthen it in the thirteenth century Then came the Hanj seatlc league which made It one of its ledinorts and then in 1561 It became Swedish territory Bombard meats by the Dane and Russians failed to reduce it and It was still an Important fortress when it surrendered to Peter the Great in 1710 and since then It has been greatly strengthened by Russia Perched on a hill within a hiige circling harbor Reval still retains memories of its checkered history A year or two ago I found about half a dbzen droshklea on the stand in the quiet market place Between them the drivers chattered in German Swedish Russian Frenchand one of them could bargain only in the lap guago of Lithuania London Chron lola BIllion In Exports of Manufactures The estimate that a billion dollars worth of manufactures will be exported in the current fiscal year made by the Bureau of Statistics Department of Commerce and Labor seems likely to be Justified The official figures show for the nine months endlngwith March 730000000 worth of manufac tures exported these figures being 74OOOOO in excess of those for the Corresponding period of tho precfSd Sag year and as the exports of manufactures in the year ending June 80 j 1911 were valued at 907000000 the figures at hand seem to clearly indW 4ate that the total for the current year VUl pass the hllllondpllar Une1t cASTftIIA-For Infants anot GMUrea Tin Kind You Have my BwtM t Bears the 1 Slgnat t I c till ftfPFTlFfi iiiiAni uUllnii i- I I I AND i I I P I FINICS- atllrday I i C j a July 13th 1iI i 11I r IIDmner Gro Music RefreshmentsservedII given away to I 9 IISIShoat A GOOD IUMI I THE I qYIMITJEJ t ijReliablaildA Is necessary to conduce successfully a buaineas enterprise The Cumber land Telephone and TelegVaph Company gives you a universal servic e that Is local connections with all citizens in yourtown and Long Dtoace con nectlons to altoutsid important cities anthtownL oi1 get T ectJ5what you pay for Call our Manager for Iurther information TbV iMMUid is not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and compreheesfia tee phone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANy Incorporated j i 444Wi4iIW LIWTIMLTJ1BLII South Boul1dNort11 Bound Aw No 41 No 43 No Dl No 42 No 44 No 60 I uaily Dally Sun Daily Daily SunIEx Sup Ex Sun only Ex Sun Ex Sun only Louisville 430 pm 725 am erlQpm 8O am 6SO pm 930am j 11j11 I 4 r lF BANDIT PLAY IS RS AL1TLJ San RafaclLad Shoots Hole In Isy Hand DurlnPIayfwl Holdup San Rafa5Vh1lo making a mock holdup of aihe boys in the iioigk- borbood WJUJJ Thitlcr aged 1- 5au1eZeten anoUieI by throu theandJ3utIerfoB i1ta loaded ga belonglfaffftb his hro tir donned Ii plr of chaps and woit out to show otXsiieen held up b1hat coMaiided ax4 ra rougtbs rUtele t r T 1iEl ticIi1Bittftrs fMinNlmIXw juff riMtr6mpfttaiai M t eb biMji4bwk w I 41- v T s l J rr7- frzAYil1qsfrIoB51 rI rm mJ uguff mne aouung at au 16ct a keriight before lasf- t J litItWP train from Y k I calculate from the time 1ittcwarriTRL She had no baggage andJb dr rurotorthenghtat rt Jil ied so feeble I r ttrt1i44Qi on the ground p ycl1 hrsev 4frp oemti for it thpugh Ita a dol l lar jiBfsor a dollar and a hall fort j tonetana ta there Yesterday she wint out I maybe an t half I didnt 11ifMttt In but II the coroner know enough S tpltthtwliat e1l1Uce Tell onlyI r i7ft how of your own saM Wllllamt percept le that me tome out I t jjjo t tKre a the afternoon an4I Iaothstv MiQNity fe cento say isiike iraat4 therboHi another M t Thf all lVt of her c k1ukstIonr said one of t4iIrI all G whom were towns uDdftk4 hOtitreiTit te a proper question said4 1Lc1ousya4 4U tk fa when she went s ijjk quettloa Js a proper one If the owiSucoroner ruled alreadyIMi tk kotel beeper irt er two of the other Jurors askecr vu prompted plainly tkm fcr Intelligent effort to R tke tteta but It was plait Mr WUHWM had revealed all ke kai aid he was dismissed Sector Aflsa who had been sent for MsQQa M tk suicide was discovered MMjtMcU oplmlon that the woman psV Wly the evening Mfsf jM ariy as hcould jJudge btt tvioclock e 1 foand the body the 4S Ivans the chambermaid ieTpJ i1t tredHere she l f proceeded to ezamin a ir jM fc fcvrwNd br the promt which she found herself aaalfefUy enjoying the un IJato the girl told how early M loon as she began He kdgoaIto tub roomL ux 0at kHrsfw tbere was anyone in Ke V He etpklned I 1et the irMk ui tekeji itfor just one night iIkwiatkotbered making It up the It J4j kejto e None of the other room iVyttTfM J j7 t and I thought I might 6 It MWf i Np 4 oft my mind I jI1siwysdoandgett1n g se4 ffttt doorrlghtanKit ja ae I never expect to have teajay dying day There was bPQec ireatuteL banglpg there I itofVycll out of me that must have anfd caU 4 MrWIUIams Hi therfbtsiTftit she wasnt deceased when yea have any conversation ftkTKrr 3fq iMre than to pass the time of saypSi with the SdrtyNijay1n which the prqcee d tad wire being carried on I could irythati I May Ask the Witness One or Two dSQuestions from JotItB1nifo the witness to study iairtkMace of the man Cook Could UbiWe was Hugh Crandall I ij tti k e Waf watching the testl- tkjr Mifejf Interest Against gg will I had to confess that his face iiaathat Attracted rather than rpi3 me While there was a 3 rJ Habout the eyes the chin w Jaae 9A flan i4 wwaiwrantied mea xo reaa in the shape of the mouth or the curve of the ears some sign of the criminal such as I expected to flnd written on the countenance of Crandall but it was not there She was sitting there crying A sentence of the maids testimony suddenly thrust Itself forward from my subconsclousness as If demand ing my attention and 1 listened ln aylngI that I dfdnt make up the room the day be4 ON When f went In to do It she was sitting there crying and tearing u letter to bits Aletter It came on me In a flash tthat here was the clue that this was tthe connecting link with the other two cases I pushed my way forward Into the room determined to learn all there caseItthet bustle my movement made and everybody coroner jurors and sped ttators gaped at me HI am a lawyer I saidUMay ask the witness one or two questions Still the coroner gaped and I walt ed no longer for his permiBsiontWas it a yellow Now that you speak oMt I kind of remember that It was Has the letter been found t She was tearing It In pieces Where are the pieces t The eyes of everybody present began roving about the room as if in answer to my question The constable Instituted a hasty search Iff theJurorso mysteryIghm being ransacked I kept my eyewasI aboutheheJookedto see him edging toward the DOWI was tempted to retraInds sure that If the pieces of the yellow letter were to be found anywhere It secondthougJit actlonI j thatCookly it would surebe unwise to accuse him I remembered that there was no train by which he could t unill wasittleescapemeHow did you know It was a yellow ettart the p susiclouzly searchIr IealizedIt placed wasbYme in thewholeIknewi thelettelicertainlyl somethingaboI didnt know 1L Wen questionabosusplCfopI cQuIdsatthatnoticed tueandeyesoleVerywith II awaitIngofmysteryoneside11 am perfectly youIon somethingIhas disappeared I never saw heasd womanbefqre mentioned letterthatItmJghtInsearchworkingoneveningmqreaboutrspoke whlsperthecoroDersmyitatanflouncedadJourned nextdIcouldwas determined krewIactivitywould hisIthecoroneruptowaitingtorme began firlug questions hotshot at them sug simplethingSthought of the oranythey had not thought otHad they telephoned a tothenametoasanycity clothingtothat on it thatmight identify her Had they studiedher writing itgaveassumedorhcrpocketbookany 4si otivp Hcd thy cnusij roTh WOMAN WHO Ti1i KS AND FEELS SeMkWMM complaio that they periodically suffer from dull and heavy feelttIIijl M iKirMiTTf f the head nervoosaeti pain and bearingdown feelings which bu aet eeee aMaor J healthy qman But most every woman luubject ti s p4 at sse timo in Tier life due to nbnormu conditiocs in life IUchI 44k 4Pg M SI1 0VtrUxcd Kre ith bad air poor or improper food wet feet flu livsfi A wetl sad iemole tonic made from native medicinal roots with Sf pew pHd r wkheet tile use alcohol called sMR riEKCEi FAVORiTE PRESCRIPTION r5 kM rt jm1 vslue 5a tho Mud of cuts like the following r I JbsD f 1tohbm Nabr Route 1Box says 3 I thoughLwOyi4 WJirpO in TZt2d to what rout medicines have Sq done for me I haa uMd them tar th1r ears for feaeie troube and zeisl wetneU the very best result they saved me hindratnot SoSarii In ddetor bills I buy the Favorite Preterit 5S St5on and lden Medfcal DUeonatf si4 take them together I never wM dIppaIte4 focr rrrusdtee end tale ptearore In teeociunend- ingfleanysu5erIiitI2lY IarniocIrnout tlttfeara old etforty AftJ seekyour medktnes both ktndjr5nd I puaed that period very MWaMkt inc fat aid hsalthy I leeIU1e route H au reto Writo me ITlI1l ebd1T teU her morebout a tM Pwk of yourmcdIcnetSDJgitcSrs GREAT FAMILY DOCTOR The Peoples eoa8t Sense Medical Adviser newly revised uptodato editiOe f pages tIISWCIS hosts of delicate queltioni t SI which every wpman single or married ought to kno- wS frs IB clot binding to any address on receipt of 31 X4si f t nut stampt to foyerf pj wrappiog and mailing only erea wuwSi sac mignc nave conic u this town to seef That Idea Jf calling up thp Bridge port police aint such a bad one said the coroner Suppose you do itnow he said turning to the con stable HId like payforofficemy money that way You go ahead and do it and Ill setthat you get the money backlIf youre going to pay It out ofyour own pocket Ill do It but If you expect me to wait till you put It alnttakingl notlittlesuchtrifling aI Here said a billl rland pay for it and tell them to telephone theyhave over1IThe constable needed no second bid ding As sorin as he had disappeared I turned to tho coroner Did you notice that man Cook atI tbe inquest Who Is ho1II dont know who you mean he replied The only Cook I know here in tle town Is Bob Cook and hes laid up with a broken leg Didnt you notice a tall smooth shaven fellow who stood right closei beside where you were sitting He listened closely to the testimony and the minute we began looking for sc raps of the letter didnt you see theII Blip out of the roOm Come to think of it said the coroner I believe I did notice him but I cant say as I seen him going outt Maybe twas one of the guests of the hotel I think Is be resjlCook too but Id like to know more about him Lets go down and ask Mahjpn if theres anybody In his hotel he dont mow about Its something unusual We found Mahlon Williams in tho little boxedtftt corner behind the ho l Otlflcegaping at the door of tho room where S In the Corner of the Handkerchief Was a Neatly Embroidered S the suicide had taken place at least such of them as had not adjourned to the bar to talk It over that we were alone In the office Mr Williams I said what do you know about this man Cook who Is stopping here in the hotel No more than I know about you forhethe Inquest Speaking about that letter How long has this man Cook been IIn the housp I Interrupted determined hot to let either him or tho coroner annoy me with questions The hotelkeeper plainly provoked at my attitude attired thoughtfully at me for a minute and finally decided answer my question as the only toI of getting me to answer histHe came Just the night before you didgot in tho THismind Cook was Crandall The myi IlrIrival of Cook in the village coincided wwithhNewhad departed was explicable by the ar rival of the old woman on that train Evidently he htomo time that she did What had been his motive was still a mystery to me It flashed across dImpshave been sulcfde A clever criminal might easily arrange things to look though she had hung herself do asj mined to make bIfp ovo this but I said nothing of my jaa picions as vet I already regretted my YCIlowlord and the coroner might be deferred IIwouldI II the landlord hastily anticipating a lipsI to me llkea ygrWhatThe return of the constable from telephoning saved my answering the question he was about to ask There aint no woman missing from Bridgeport that the police know anything about he said fiententi ously askedtheYep They thbres treefamiliestelephonebookdirectory and they are upandMaybe her name wasnt Teller collectrelsterThatsthinkingIattentiononce littheexamine her clothing Maybe there are some marks on It Thats a good Idea said the coro thatbefore utrlesaveInthehard little used 4o handling the wasperhaps eerrtheflrst IiidecIng perhapswithaver Sinn to assuming any other name thant ThnerOWflLets look at the clo ling I gested eager for an oppd tunity to seej whether there were an that would point to an thing other than suicide tour of us hast nQ to the room jTho Iagain To my annoyanc I noted that the rOpe had been remoled from the rafters though the tnans clothing still lay piled 4p the ftouterI chairi There seemed to be noth ng about the inexpensive black suit U identity the owner no mark of any kj id YorkIj label of the concern in New from which It had been urchased Wheres the black b ig she car rled named the coronerbacThere was aomemori y In It Mr nesWilliamssafe As we left the room to return to tho betel office 1 gave ahlftj Blanco at the corpse From thb co dillon of the face and throat it at too that boUdeathI reasoned a powerful i man might have strangled the won an first and hanged her afterward conceal his crime I determined to at the theoryisup to Davis 18soon as h Twirling the knob of the ancient safe that stood in the rner the hoItelkeeper reached in ar drew out a wellworn handbag of lack leather and upset the contents on the desk There were three onedo ar bills neat ly folded three dimes i id eight pen niesa meager amount mt suggested 1the hoarding of pennie for this trip whatever its purpose here was a ticketiNew York to Ardway nd that was blackbarIderedLooks like she cam TOih Bridge pprt after all the co stab e volun Leered theillandlordi beIshe did come from Bridj eport but her name wasnt Teller nut Mary Jane Teller by a long shot In the corner of eacl handkerchief was a neatly embroider d S Tt gave me quite a sh ck as I looked at that mute evidence pf her assumed name to her effort 0maslt her identity Couldher name havo been Elder Was this tile way inj vhlch she was connected with the t o suicides in New York But evenjjo suppose she was the sister or relatf fe or even the unrecognized wife of ifl Andred El ser what possible cO mection could these two humble peq pie have with Katharine Farrish deeperiwould comer CHAPTER III Two Disappea ances I looked at my watai and saw that thatit had intended to do the very first thing that morning What laggard lover Itft alone so long in the mansion where hero father and slater lay dying per shadowyimystery hangin over her and them What must sle think of me Pllifd with selfreproti ch I sprang up wltlwut a word of apo ogy or explana tiou the a1tastenedt te stlophonehall Give me 0141 Mad son I demand jIinithw f mo peculiarly until considered that longdistance calls fr tn Ardway must bo such a rarity as 0 surprise even the operatorih want longdista cef New York i explained enunc ting distinctly 0141 Madison tUPIJl1DtllIt t I repeated the flu iber more than annoyed by her resj onso Ob Ive got your number uiright by this time It was a good thlnt for her that sho tried no more jocul Ity with me or the rules of the com any against pro f Ianityhere was a welt 6f several minutes filled with the usual false alarms of longdistance trie honing during hich stood rind Timed At last I earlI my dear Loula s voice and has tened eagerly to atarter her welfare Her voice sepqjed strong and cheerful though she idmitted that she ad slept little th j night before I apologized for not having called up be fore She told mo that while her fa t11eps condition vrau unchanged the octor thought ho ns In no imracdi ate danger and tht Katharine was much Improved TIe doctor believed now that she could lye Se was con sciois but very wed and Louise hall een forbidden to peak to her and was Allowed in the room only for a minute at a time Hastily sketched for her the events t f the mottling Oh Mr icntr ild Louises voice how wUlifd sho would call me by vmy ilret nu c n do you suppose called Who up Hugh CrandahtSlUTiats that i exclaimed hardly believing my ears HuSh Crandall tie repeated alit tlo louder and moiio distinctly Ho aakr d tar Katharti e and Uie maid called me to the tej phone I told him my sister was ill aiid could not come to the telephone jTo seemed agitated and Inslsto on the matter wms i e was so greatlyI and persistent I fii ally told had met with an ccldent He was silent for long I thought he had left the telephone liut all of a sudden hejisked Dld she hoet herself and before I thpughtjl answered Yes Then he cried out Oh my God or something like thai and asked If she was fatally injured I told him that she was alive unconscious then Harding he i sked If I had andI anything of a yell letter I had better tell jiim nothing that so I answered No and then ho rang That was rightr I said Where did he pall up frori 1 i have no Idea When was it low long ago Not very long vithin the hour Hastily 1 explained toLouise that nan that I bellev was Crandall uIlere in4ho hotel ylth me and that would find himat nco jxndmako explain the myslar Beforo I left theI booth I got tho AT Iway central and from her leari ed what I bad begun to suspecttl it O141 Madison had been called fi pm tho very booth in which I stood i pfc over art hour before There was r o longer any doubt aboutjit In my mli dCook yasCran dall He cvidentl had gono straight the t w a 0eSudden Deaths There fs a disease prevailing in thisI 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paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer seil Lyou something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed cI ftquestion about the yellow lletter From the questions he put to Louise h 6 must have been suspecting that Katharine would try suicide Why else had he asked if she had shot herself He must have known her motive Ho surely could explain the dark mystery that burdened her father and herself I resolved to seek him at Once am- enev if I had to have him arrested on some pretext or if I had to use physi- call force to make him disgorge all he knew I felt in my pocket to make sure that the revolver Davis had giv Ien me was there and hurried back to the office Have you seen anything of Cook I asked trying to mask the eagerness with which I sought him pot since this morning the lund lord volunteered I guess you saw him after I did The coroner told me you saw him leaving the room during the Inquest uI seen him volunteered the clen Itl CXlitedlY1Ihere llcketysplit With the black mar eIfrom Jones livery stableIWhich direction did he I fthatvery moment when I for the first time had made sure of his identity IHe must be followed and found at on ce5 I said turning to the landlord Dont his actions look to you like tthose of a guilty man The minute he hears me ask about a yellow letter ho disappears from the hotell There is no train by which he can escape So desperate is ho that he hires a horse and tries to get away cross country I had hoped by my eagerness to ir in the landlord something of my i feeling In regard to Crandall Ls guilt but these country yokels are hard to move What do you suspect hlm of he quired calmly Why should ho want to escape from you Have you got a warrant for him I Was not yet ready to divulge my reason for wanting Crandall captured Even If we had him what definite crime was there of which I could cuse him was morally certain that tho yellow letter or letters cnianated from him yet how could prove It A nev thought canto to mo Where is Ids baggage I asked H only hud a handsatchel with him said Mr Williams and guess tht is up In bis room Suppose we go looK for it I sug geated You dont do no suchthlug as that in my hotel said tho landlord de rlslvply not unless youve got a war rant Hes bald for his room for n week in advance anti there aint no law to prevent Iris going nod coining i I Iall The Postmasters Disappeared Some One Explaineds as he pleases so long as there aint no warrant out for him If he wants to get out of town behind the fast eattHorses in Jones stable I aiut agoing to try to stop him arid whats mor if he has left his grip in his room it is IpilybeI lawTYou may be defeating the ends of Justice I warned him sternly IndlgI nantly fesonttng his remarked eeling no way in which I could suco ssIfully dodge his appellation of prying stranger without revealing my whole hand and this I was determined not to do until Davis arrived and I had hadll opportunity to consult with 1hIan I may be blocking your plans midwlandlord jjruflly but youll get more help out of me unless I know IghtIdurti batdoyoung man Ive got to know wit r ts goingon t uiwish I knew myself I said milD allY adding aloud When I am- f w manythingsMeanhile reaIJ dIl iif you do not aid In his apprehension you will be doing a seriouS wrong to e community Ill tell you this much I am convinced that he was re fsponsible for this womans death and for other deaths Maybe he is and maybe he aint said the landlord I saw the lady j moItWhy cut her down I am not denying that she committed suicide I replied with some as perity Ubut I am morally eertaln that If she killed herself sho was driven to by the man who has just fled I jinsist on being allowed to examine his here young man said Mr Williams I have told you once and for all that the baggage of no guest In is house is going to be examined ithout due process of law And J want to say right here that Its evident that you yourself know a lot mote tellingIfi a warrant I am ready to give you all le aid and assistance I can but until ou do Id advise you to keep your nose put of things that aint your bus ness and to stay out of places you aint got a right to be in The suspicion crossed my nftnd that it might be he who had discovered me in the postoffice tine night before I decided quickly that it could not have been for he was Inthd hotel when I arrived I felt sure ltmust have been either Crandall or the postmaster Plainly though there was nothing iher to be gained by argument with the obtuse Mr Williams After allt there ought not to be much difficulty in tracing Crandall by the vehicle in which hO had driven away That could walt until Davis arrived Meanwhile I pondered on what I could do to throw llight on the case I bad it I would visit the post office again and see what I couldlearn about the holder of the llock box from which Davis believed the yellow letters came Abruptly leaving the landlord I strolled out intd the street determined to go boldly to the post office and make Inquiries As I approached tho building I saw a little group of viI llagers gathered in front of it the races of some of whom L had noted at the inquest They seemed tp be ex citedly discussing some happening Itiwas not without some trepidation that I came closer If my visit to the post office had been discovered and thore was anyone in the crowd who could lidjmtfy me an awkward situation might develop I put on a bold front however and approached closer Whe 3 the mdtter I asked try inpr to ke my inquiry seem casual The postmasters disappeared sjrae one explained t Where Dont know said my informant He didnt come to the office at all today When the people come for their mall after the New York train got in- he wasnt here Hank Rollins always brings It up on the stage and as hes passing throws it off on the boardwalk and the postmaster comes out and gets it Nobody ever goes for their mall for a few minutes after that to give him a chance to get it sorteaThe first persons who got here today found the mailsack lying Just where the driver had flunffit Yes sir broke in anold man whom I heard them call Dad Hutch noItloosee If maybe there was a letter for me from my daughter Mary who lives up Boston way and I noticed the lying right over there I went sackI the office to tell the postmaster it and kind of have a little fun with him and bless my soul If there was hide or hair of him to be seen anysewhere Looking through the boxes I could see that the back aoor was aroundIanything of him either It didnt seemtI thereIdue Hlferty with government property so I dragged the sack around and flung itt in the door and went llooking for the constable Then I hoard about the sul Dsoand all the crowd that Bad been down to the Inquest come trailing along I noticed when I come along here last night that the post office was dark volunteered another of thithcrowd dont know just what time bItto rain I remember now thinking it reibillisgate Ill bet ho wasnt here last night either IIts burglars thats what It Is Isaid an excited youngster I saw them at work I come along here last night and there was a flash like from a dark lantern Right in there behind the boxes it was They must a been at work then Ill bet they killed him aria hid his body and made away with the money and stamps How many of them wero there Did you see them What time wns it njpstlons poured thick and fast qn tie youngster who evidently had told ri be knew nnd a HtUe more I took advantage of the furor his story bad rented to slip around to the rear of Mv building where I found a selfap pointed committee of citizens and conable guarding tIre door thii Has anything been stolen I asked Not as far as we can discover aid the constable There aint disorder about the place and the noI hasnt been busted as far as cau sec I aint made any regular iuves tlgation being as this government property Has flo one any Idea where the postmaster ls7 J asked Thats Just what weve been trying to fled out Jim here as soon as We found Rouser wasnt here went up to the Widow Smiths where he hought maybe hed just ov boardsI something like that maybe s Sickllooked In his room and come down and said bo hadnt been1 home all night Yes interrupted JimUand whats more she said It was nothing unusual for him not to cQme home There was lots and lots of nights recently when e didnt show up She had to Idea afn and dont interfere none with her hoarders goings and comings as long as they pity their money regular What are you going to do about keeping the office open I asked much puzzled over this nOw mystery How I wished for Davis Mystery wmed to be nlUrur on rn tery WIth ttP I P JH j IChildren Cry for Fletchers j tTine Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In use for over SO years has homo the signature ofT mid line been made under lila per sonal superyislon since is thiany Il celveyoulflthlsAll 1 imduMnstas ood are butExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health 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off sdence is VELVQ Laxative Liver Syrup purely r babir and of a aromatic taste acts the liver as well as on the fmach and bowels and is of the greatest possible efficacy In iuUpttio I otLsnesl sick ladle etc Try JVFM 1 I z t he Reached Into the Slit arid Brought Out a Neat Package of Qne Hundrcd Dollar BIU r arch ltUUL ceyoua tan one I had that Hugh Crandall was in some way blame for it all I saw nothing that would help me inv my undertaking WeVo arranged about that Weve sent for Jennie Cox and Itnko harge She always thkes hold when Charlie Rouser wants to takeav day or A halfday off She mowtlIcombination of the safe nndithe money drawer and has been swornio as ape clal assistant Shell Inow what to do and who tp notify It may Interest you to know thaJ ont OfiPo Xnarvac nn Davis vlll iarAoul Item tvc5y oangcsa jfrs bookkeepers aqd stenographersin holding good positions as result of taking Draughons Home j 11CATALOGUE priceson EY MAIL write JNO F DaADciow President Nashville Tenh FormialOfUe on course A PCOLLEGE Lt PRACTICAL BUSINESS COL1i1Nshville Metnphu PadacaK Tt orJlPhysicians Advise i oCioodtpleasint Velvo constipation feverlsuiess coUcflatuience l VA LAXATIVE IL L VU LIVER 5YRKP conviction to to comeow fjuccfc lonigni i cola tnenr ihersjhUn In New York Jasteilgiifn he promised to join me here Suspicion Hashed into the lacek ot nil my auditors Maybe thats why Rouser hasjdl1 appeaied sugest 1t the const ble Hes been spending a lof of mdneVl I ewIJ was IJI pro ntItateIany way possible that the postmi ster could JIlIngThe arrival of the substitute of iclal diverted thecohversatlon Miss Gear an unimaginative unattractlv om- an 01 thirty In a mpst thatterOractf nay entered the building and took 4i4 To he continued New Yejrfc Flrf Commlsstoner Jchnspn hallsentto the treasury de partment for redemptlon50 in bills of the denominations of one two anti five dollars which firemen discovered hidden In the ceiling of a houife In Pearl street after a tlreRats had formed a nest of the m neian all of the bills were chewed by the rc enta and otherwise1 mutilated TJhe money after It Is redeemed ey the treasury department wll Ie turned over to the trepaens peaslom und unless It isclaia d by 3a- cIsr wbownithe hoase 1 Jhi1Ureu OryFOK FLETCNERS OASTPRIAe t I