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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i ESTABLISHBD l I rINlo8 J t i T 1 4 INEW SERIES VOL XIX NO 29 FIEL WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY JJULY 18 1912 0 I f oOPEr YEAR e RM61E I EMBRYO KINGDOM PARABLES Ifark iv 2632 Matthew xiii 33 J t July 21 Th4Kingdom Thy be done on earth as 4t is dond in heavcnMawiew ct JoIANT OF US in the past have J overlooked the fact that near I1yall of the teachings of the 7X Redeemer appertain to the Messianic Kingdom Some of us hadI the unscrlptural thought that Messiahs llKthgdoii would consist merely of a sovereignty in the hearts of ills follow ers Now we see the real import of the Great Tsachers utterances on this subj ject As He taught us to pray Thy c Kingdom come Thy will be done qu earth even nslt is done In heaven He meant thaf we should have in mind p Gods glorious promise that eventually through Messiahs Kingdom ignorance sin and death will be overthrown and the obedient of mankind will be leased from these until every knee shall bow and every tongue confess to the glory of Gpd Todays study jsets before us a num 4 ber o f Jesus parables Respecting the Kingdom The ma iority of these refer ft otoCIas a of the present A t time rather than to the Kingdom in Its f u Ify developed state All of Gods V Iconsecrated people I since Pentecost con fltltute the KingdomEf f in embryo Some of these embryo mew 4 cage tor etery bers nay yet fall tounclean iinfy mokethelr calling and election ueImay fall to hear the well done f t The Kinpdofti Development Slow tt The first illustration of our lesson Is Lthat Gods Kingdom In its etnbryotlc com ton Is of slow development covtt eriiig the entire period pf this Gospel Age It Is like seed cost into the ground which Wings Its maturity when lt is harvested Jesus and the i Apostles did the seed sowing not only j for their own day but for the whole f wheatclasL The gathering for the t heavejrty garner will bp accomplished t r by IhefPlrat Resurrection The diCFereqt parables do not view the embyro Kingdom from the same standpoint The parable of the mus tafd jseed appears to represent theo J Kingdom from the viewpoint of tberworia iETm that little seed we haveFI a gtnt iiSUtutfon foday with many denQmi Di1t1 nl bnch itut ai its s InrllEt evelppment has invited into j 11tS branches the fowls of the air which the Lord elsewhere describes as representing the Wicked One and his Jarigel8 who could have nd place in theaChurchJif It ere to proclaim only tliiItrue Gospel tndfced It Is the neglect to preach this Gospel of the narrow way that hast brought suqh prosperity to nominal Christianity and made it a desirable place for ttitf fowls of the nlrSntnu and his deluded ones This seems to bathe picture which the rat Tea h er gives us In Revelation xvlll 2 Sue bath become the hold of every foul spirit and the cHge of every unclean 4 andhatefnlblrd1 The wordcage seems td Imply that these birds nre considered very de slrble and are held on to by nominal Christianity probably because regard a cd asjbelng amongst their best paying members Parable of the Leaven Throughout the Scriptures leaven Is used as the symbol of tin Thus when 4Jesus l Ills lU1ity was to be sym bollzed as the broad from heaveu the Jews were directed to liseunleav eped bread Again nt their annual J assover season the Jews were di reeled to cleane their houses of leax en St Paul commenting nths writes to the Church urgeoutI therefore the old leaven sin malice hadrife eta that you may be wltfflphristi the one unleavened Loaf JlllSffrue that in one of the official sacrljaces bread was to be baked with leaven but this we believe was for the very purpose of symbolizing the facfcthatwe the Church were by nd ture sinners chU- dr 4rr n ot wroth even I aa tnera This baking represents 4 1 tL t hp experiences mmjii through which we J must pass in order that sinful and cor cfeSJmayl In this parable 4 Complin the three pur Lordrepresents ymeaturet of meal a woman mixing leaven with meal with the4 result that ilk whole mass was leavened Con sequently If any of the famllyde j sired iiure unleavened bread it would i be unobtainable What does this rep 1 ScripturalIj jI cleBlastlcal system The woman in the parable represents a system pos Ve3sed of the pure meal the pure food providod by the Lord for the house hold of faith The Vjjrd of God originally pure is no longer accepted The leaven has spread so that daythe entire mass of theological doctrine is offensive to all Christian eopfeTho parablowas a prophecy of what has occurred It la tithe all true Christians were heark ottheJiJJljVpo8ttefliandrthe Prophets ILosTA tod brarolet at Rock bridge or Wiilisburg dpec ratidnJor on the pike between jnie GfoVvins and v uu flu 1 Yucuma Initials M TTi MhtQa Yocum Rptrnf YJSsntford Yocum Willi boTg Ky or tt1 is floftlce Foleys n ney Zrj1- A s oryjir axdsj i s cct A 7 r 7 f 7 IIIEPNEVS=LEAbEi f t rei J 1spum HooKworm Menace iVKentucky JtJ Prevalence of hookworca in Kentucky is alarming accortlingl to statistics priesetited by Dr Aj eflate1Boardj j delivered this morning beforbj the second session of the 1fir6tannttalconferenceof and City Health Officers in the ArmoryOut of 8824 speciraeins examined from patients In 107 counties UD to July 1 there were found 2177 dases of hookworm over 25 per cent Going further Dr McCormick said he found that oveV 45 per cent of the cases examined were examined afflicted with some form of inI testmaj parasite In The city of Bowling Green alone209 casesa werft examined and thirty had the hookworm Dr McCormick in a stirring talk pleaded with the physi clans and health authorities to eradicate tidy doubt of the existence of the hookworm He told- fsomeof the causes and gave remed s DP J SLork also spoke on the subject illustrating his talk with stereopticon slides giving alecture which he andI ents to audiences of laymen Tribute to the physicians in the mountain districts were paid by Dr McCormick who said the pioneers in the medical fields in these districts were doing more for the peeplea large than all the doctors in the Blue Grass Pennyrile and Purchase put together Dr W W Richmond and Prof Wickhffe Rose of the Rocke feller institute also spoke on the hookworm Louisville Tins What Mak s a Woman One hundred and twenty pounds more r less of bone and muscle dont ke a woman Its a good foundation iitjqto it health and strength and hen y rulfl a kingdom JBufthaVs jUstjWhat Electric Bitters give her Thousands bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling weakness nervousness back cke and tired listless worn out feel ing Electric Bitters have done me a world of good writes Eliza Pool Depew Oidahand I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine Only 50c Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Hot Weather Hints Dont be thinking ol some place some folks you know ought to gobefore they die or afterward Dqnt listen to anybody not even yourself arguing about candidates Dont believe em when they nlt1etsi Dont belieye anyone who says its hot Its a lie Dont run yourself or else not even a good anyoneI thingIKeep in your Doc Cooks north pole gumdrops Kejep calm above all things wear linen next to nature andnever mind Keep cool Do these and youll feel like a slice of cucumber floating at pal bowl of ice water Maybe any how ii wont make you any holier New York Press i Commissioners vSale Laura Waldridge etc Plff vs Equity Sarah E Inman etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered atthe May term 1912 in the above styled cause I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY JULY 22 lUl4p at 1 oclock p m thereabout being County Court day to the highest bid der at Public Auction upon a credit of one and two years equal installments the following described property to wit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky about yt miles from Lits y and on the waters of Little Beech Fork and Long Lick creek containing 108 acres and 8 sq poles This place has some bottom land and plenty of gopd upland suitable for burley tobaccO with two tenant houses and a considerable amount of timber For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approvedsecurity sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until Ipaid and having the force and effect of A judgment ThddswilI be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C K BOSLEY Mt WC C JO ST6XiiayaaysS1 Ifthed l LORIMER j1Unseated In United States 1 Senate Washington July 13 Oyeri turning the majority of its own committee and reversing its vote of March 1 1911 the Senate tor dky took away from William Larimer his seat as junior Sena tor form Illinois by a vste of to 28 A member of the Senate since June 18 1909 Mr Lorimer today was declared to have been the recipient of votes secured by corrupt motbods and practi ces and his election was held to have been invalid Technically Mr Lorimer will pass ous of the records of the Senate as a member of that body notwithstanding his more than three years occupancy of his seat Facing his associates with the declaration Inra ready Mr Lorimer sat in the chamber and heard his late decreed as the roll call showed the adoption of the resolution of Senator Luke Lea of Tennessee the Senates youngest member The man who for three days baa held the Senate to close at tention with his remarkable speech of defense and attack up on his enemies rose wearily from his seat anti passed back lo- a cloakrqom door Senators and members of the Blouse gathered about him graspipg lhis hand IIOuisMr Lorimer stepped luto the corridor friends greeted him again and a party of Sisters of Charity pushed forward to ex press regret at his expulsion At his office later when a pby sician attended him he said he would not Jeayo Washington rjefore the first of uext week The outcome of the vote was not a surprise but the leaders of the figtit against him bud not estimated a greater vote than 50 to 35 Lorimer gained only one L14 the men who voted against him March 1JJl Senator Jouesof Washiugtuu wale he lost the yotes oi his associate Senator Oullom aud of Senators Curtis of Kansas Brigns of New Jersey Simmons 01 North Carolina and Watson of West VirgUja Laiimers tight fur his own official life began in the Senate chamber early Thursday alter Loon When lie concluded his eioqueju declaration that he was not a coward aud would not run in the face of certain de hat1as 2 oclo cit this afternoon ne had hold the floor for twelve hours with intermissions and recesses to restore his strength The moving character of Lori mer s appeal 4was admitted on every hand taut it apparently swayed no votes Instead of the pLeading clefeuse that had been expected ir was throughoui a ringing defiance to those who had opposed him a declaration of ttn unfaltering belief iu the purity ol niseieotion in Illinois and a promise tbat he would nor give up his nght with his eVIC- uon from the Senate It has beeu suggested that 1 Iresigii he itiu lu his closing declaration He who IS so cowardly us to run because de feat stares him in the face has no place in this body Tnuugn you all vote to turn me out though every vote has been can vassed and is agamst me I will not resign M y exit rom this j Hair Falling You certainly cannot lose your hair and keep it too Which shall it be Lose Then do nothing Keep Then use Ayers Hair Vigor That is about all there is to it Ayers Hair Vigor is also a splendid hairdressing and hairtonic It keeps the hair soft and smooth and greatly promotes its growth Itdoes not color the hair Consult your doctor freely Doctors arc studying these hair questions much more than in former days Hula br the J ATEB Lowell MM body wtllmt be fro4far it will J1otbe because Iamacoward It will be ecause of the crime of the Se ate f the UnitedStates t two incidents arked the IOnlyin tes between Ihe termi of Lorimers s eecb and toe taking of the roll al which resulted in his defeat One was the charg of Sena tor Dixon Col Roos elts cam paign manager tha the affidavits Lorimer had ntroduced to show attempted co ruption of of delegates to the Chicago con yention were malicious and deliberate falsehood The other was the equet of Senator Tillmau of ipljuth Caro lina feeble from ttjj effects of paraylsis for permission to have the clerk read a state nent from him It waOan atfirmaticp ofhis beI lief in Lorimers ind cense and a pathetic statement f his own feebleness Tillmaniiwept as it Pwas lead and other embers of the Senate ex Inched deep feel lug JJ- Mail Cqrricps Will Fly This is a age of grea discoveries Progress rides on the airjj Soon we may see Uncle Same mailcaliers flying jn all directions transporti g mail People take a wonderful intrest ina dis covery that benefits u em Thats why Dr Kings New JMscorery for Coughs Colds and othIiir throat and lung diseases is the mos popular medicine in America It o red me of a dreadful caughwrit Mrs J F Davis Stickney Come Me aftert doctors treatment ahd other reme dies had failed Exce ant for coughs colds or any bronchial a ection Pried 50c and 100 Trial ottle free at Hnydon Robertson Wonderful Stationery The stationery pited in tlisI office is giving the jst ol satisfaction Last wee we printed byItheir aid he colle ed a small fortune Two mon is ago a man bought of us sotn note paper and envelopes ar now he is married Another young man stole some of our ps per tto mane cigarettes and nohe is dead A young lady go some of our paper to curl her lair and now she has a beau Vp have only a few packages this hind of tock By using oilr stationery every person can c llect old ac counts tell ortum I make rain change tbe color olihe hair ex tract tenth with utjjpaio if you are married tel ta on ou ifbsband tind out rg ho is reilly detained from hOi9 on business if you are uila1ied find out the name of your ture husband or wife he succ sful in oujsi ness be elected to office Giv us a CallAUHtIan Re Hector If FORSSUE Come and see Hs farm Will sell privately 230 ACRESI on the WillisburJ anti Chaplin turnpike 100 iicie on one side and 130 on oth j side of pike Good dwelling Imi se and tobacco barns timber on pth tracts i5o acres in woods good orchard and all iuapruv ui itS necessary Will sell as a t e or in sepe rate tracts Nj part of the cdunty grows hA her grade to hjuco and all tlril land is rich and ready to be cultivated S B YOCUM Bittenly Gj pperhead The Dtnyiledvocato says that Jame Cajjioun the nine yearold son ci Mr and Mrs James Caihiun s in dangerous condition as iJr insult of an ui tack of a eoppei ead snakq The rhoy had none 4 fr the cows on horseback lie i the repTile struck the horij THe animal became fritter dand plunged suddenly thr wing the IStie fellow to the p gound lie was pounced upon t the snake and bitttn on the lle By a hero c effort younir C Ihoun was ablaj to reach his ho le wheiv he was Thojlimbtear is felt b the amilv cOr cering the ijureaj toyfg re coveryJ Lfi T y MUST APPEAL To County Superintendent In DistrictSchool Fights The proper medium for the settlement of controversies arising between teachers and trus tees is the cbunty superintendent of schools lany teachers trus tees and citizens have a custom of writing the State Superintendent of Public Instruction aboui every little detiil of school man agement I have no objection to answering these injurfies and it is always a pfeasure to render assistance to any school official IIIrareIII of the question and it is impossi ble to give a fair decision until we have heard both sides InIview of these facts I think wise and jjust for all trustees teachers and citizens to submit these questions first to the coun ty superintendent Wbeu an opinion is needed the countyS superintendent is the per son to ask for an opinion from the btate office When this is done he can give both sides of the quustiun aud the State office can render an tnelligent opinion strictly speaking I have uj authority to give an opinion ex tiledtcisiou desire to make this appeal to all eachtrs and trustees tj submit your questions first to the county superintendent who isihe proper person to decide all ques tionsof difference and doubt re garding me schoolsl of his Cuuuty Yours yery trulyB- AitKSDALE HAMKET Superintendent Commissioners Sale W T Head lff EjaityElBy virtue of a iUdrmen Jer of sale of the Washington ltfdJ Court scndered at the May term J J in the above sty led cause I shall jceed to offer for sale at the Court house door- S Springfield Ky on MONDAY JULY 22 1912 at ocldck pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of and 18 months the following prop erty towit j Two certain tracts or parcels of land Kytinas follows Tract No I the residence with about 12 acres of land known as the Dr Debo place land situated near the center of the village of Texas Tract No 2 This tract adjoins tract No and containing 29 acres and one rood more or less Less and excepted out of the above boundary is a snall bouudary hereto fore sold to Peterson Spalding on which store house stands Debt of W THead with inter est to July 22 1912 275438 Debt of Peoples Deposit Bank with interest to July 2J 1912 68869 Costs 7500 Total amtto be raised 3f 1807 For the purchase price the purchasers with approved security or or sureties must execute bond bearing interest havingtheJudgmentBidderspromptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M G W C C Relic of Chickamauga Major L M byre of Brad fordsville has in his possession a small black jick bush not over three feet high that he picked up fortynine years ago onlihe battlefield where his brigade ought during the engagement at Uuiokamauga Thisi bush was struck twentythree tmes bv bulletsduringtliis battle Major Dryerregiment the Deniocratlc Candidate =FOR CONGItESS tEN JOHNSON lJ ton Ky 6th Ky Cavalry occupied a very iimportant position during the engagement land most of the time was fignting where the bat tie was the fiercest Quite a number of Marion county citi zens are still living who took part in that fierce conflict The following well known citizens of the county belonged to MajoV Dryes regimeul William Meyer Lafe Brown Port Fiddler Al Pipes Willis Inraan Joe Whitehouse Mark Anders n and Frank Yowell The stick is on exhibition at this office and anyone may see it who desires to do so Lebanon En terprise BiteCoste L eg jInsect lost his leg from the an two years before To avert such calamities from stings and bites of insects use Bucklens Arnica andIpain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises Only 2j cents at Haydon Robertson Figure of Buffalo to Adorn New Jitney Washington July 11 Ihe executive order wbicn will tom plkeiy change tha design of the United States 5 cent piece probably will be issded by Pres iident Taft within a few weeks W Prazer thg New York artist who is working out the deign couierred witn Secretary Mac VeiglJ aud George E Rob ers director of the mint regarding the di tills of the new coin which will be completeu shortly for submission to he President fur approval The figure of a buffalo has oeen seleted for the Nickels face to displace the Goddess of Lib erty because it is explained the buffalo peculiarly an American animal Trie GOddessof Liberty is on several other United States coins The thought of the but falo suggests the Indian and for MUtt reasouan artistic head of a redman will aaorn thu rev rst of the piece of money The Choice OF A Husband is too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness bad blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life Pills New strength fine complection pure breath cheerful spiritsthings that win men follow theiij use Easy safe sure 26c at Hayden Robertson Danville Boy Drowned Columbus Ind July 14 Harry Hogue 18 of Danville Ky who was employed at the Reeves Co factorv of this city was drowned while swim wing in White River this afternoon Carl King 18wha was swimming with Hogue tried to save him but was himself drag gad undor the waU r and would have been drowned had he not been rescued by other swimmers Hogue was the younjjestOf a family of niDQ children and the first to die Tbe youth btcame exhausted from the lheat and overexertion Child Burned To Death Shelbyville Kj July 14 Ruby Mae Age7 the daughter of Sam J Turner afarmer near fatol1yIlata yesterday afternoon while attempting to start a fire in the kitchen range with kerosei e Daath ensued about 9 oclock aloneIin the kitchen and her grand m thrtr the only other person abo tt he house i Republican Candidates FOR CONGRESS JOHN C T1OMPSON- Springfield Ky J P WHTTINGHILL Glendcanf L ip WF Booker Clerk pttttoTOountyL Court of Washington County Kentucky certify that the abovi ISaJrU coploj all the candidates thathavebeen certified to me as Clerk by CMFjCreceilu8 Secretary bfrState to be v dtoUpr at the August Primary Saturday 4 gst3ra 1912 t Given under my hand as Clerk of said Court thlsJuly 10th 1912 4f W F BOOKER Clerk Washington CquntyCdUrt L 2 ISUIG D ES 1 15000 inli This Country iiiit Year t Frederick L Hoffman statitf tician lor the PrudentiafLiftiln sur nee Company and vice president of the American Statisticali Association finds that there were approximately 15000 guii cides in this coun try last yjjar and that the suicides iui atnah cities doubled over the number recordered for places of mniiiar sixein1910 in a report in The Spectator an insurance journal published yesterday Mr Htfffmau says tht situation is truly alarming de Uucing from the tabYes iSe ore Uim that the tnenactroj sell murder is real and that the aub3 j ct demands tne most serious ail leution of tnose 9tJoare respoit dOle for toe moral arid spiritual welfare of the people Mr blottmaa says he does fbi tied any special reason for iht large numoer of buiciuer noi eaJ1eeXp1aln the phehdmenai increase 0 r them in bmail cities cje liuasalso that EiruiraN Y lids tOt second largest iperceo age of suicides of tiny America city lu tuis article de says The econoujic condition iu he nation during 1911 was in t general wu a fairly favorablt jne rile amount of tank dealings was Kss but he iudrtdSt 1U savings banks deposits was in conformity to tne experience ilf previous years The number 01 uusiess failures was larger but theamounc of liabilities wa maller during 1911 than during 1910 As far as it is possible to judge from more or less in corn plete returns the Jountor un employment throughout toe country was not actually as great as generally assumfid and the exidtence of fairly normal economic conditions is reflected in th4 urban suicide race which during iSll was practically the same as during 1910New York Times Killed By Auto The distressing news his been received here oy relatives of the terrible death of Miss Willie May Phelps at Seattle Washington from being struck down by ant automobile The young lady is the second daughter of Mr John W Phelps formerly of this pace She had gone to the car lice with a young girl friend In the afternoon and was returning home alone when she was struckat a street crossing by largeauto and knocked uncon scions She was taken immedi ately totbe hospital but died at midnigh4wVThe physicians said that her rieck was Dt ken when the car struck her She will be remembered by many pepple here as an unusually lovely girl and berterrible death wjllbrng s rrow to all the friends 61 the family Harrodsburg Herald Violin Brings Farmer Wealth Finding himself suddenly possessed of u violin evidently of great value Charles RlJey a Gettysburg farmer of moderate circumstances Is noW happy onrthe turn of affairs whldh he believes has freed him for the rest of his life from financial worries The viola was supposed to be worthless and came to him In the distribution of his fathers personal effects Riley thought little of tile lnstru meat untll ie was offered 50 for it He then suspected that It might bd worth more and refused the offer Gradually the wouldbe purchaser In creased his offer until it reached 7BOO which Riley still refused madjbybut Riley Is holding on to it until he can obtain more The instrument bears the date 1703 which is carved on ItHla father purchased it at a public sale aSolldQoid Commercially speaking the term solId gold is a misnomer since such gold has not been Used for many many years Some of the ancient Roman jewelry and some of that of the Renaissance pdrlOd was indeed made ofpure gold worked up by hand with the crudest of tools but ainod the old days there has been a constantly in creasing employment of alloys for the reason that jewelers found that the harder the gold was rendered iy good alloys the greater Its wearing lauali ties and the more secure therefore yasthe setting ofthe gems it iij tlDecLNowadats Jewelry It of II 14 or Iff Wfrat accordlhgv4vtie sign anl Sibacter bf the tticl i ut 1It Is much more frequently lOtham 18 carati t Is It 1 fSUBSQRIP1tONr ft ntttk r C 1 1i914Rl1 h 4 f a1tdMenForceq Negiri t JBuni iD 1 Gampbellsvlle Ky July 18 Masked nightriders to the num ber of about thirty visited the 4southern part of this county last night and compelled a negro Tsobe Smith to go wjth them 10 I itblJ and rented to two white women They proceeded to the 4 aom and Smith was ordered to fIgo e a negro liviog in the cabin also to coraa qt Davis missed his dose of Jifckocy by not being at home Smith was Ordered to qjgply the fcorcnwhicbVhe did The white women asked to take oDh their property and were allowed to do so All else went with the cabip Mail Stojen FromDepoLI I Tuesday zlht a told tliiefl iroketiniRj the depot an4rifled ire of the mail sacks taking Iliverypackgeolbrought up from Lonisyille on be il oclock train at olght and thestationagentho 4akeni l 4 mtibu Tnersvack was cut Open eitn a sharp knife but so far here is nc cluel to the perpetra or arrthe deed butboth the ailrodd and the government villlasre the matterup andtletye 10 stone unturned to bring thef hief to the bar of justiceTHar rodsbarg Heiafd Si Commissioners Sale 2 ol Jnoi Harmon Sr etc t Puff as Equity Ge Litsey etc Deft I By virture of a judgment foft ICourt 1912InproVceedI1rt House door in Spangl1elKyon ONDAY X ji2at 1 odockprn or thereafioot being county court dayththoblghest bidder tat public auction upon acreditetsix 1gdescribedA certain tract of and intWwtWng ton K M supposed b byGeo Litse sa hori propertywithbtheroutbui1dingsahd15 located aboatone mile north ofFenwick anapublic road Debt of S J Smock andjbterest to JnIy22M9i2 l6174 Debt of John Harmon Sr and interest to July 22 1912 20857 Costs WK t Total 4353i or For the purchase price thepurchaser securityorsuretieslegal interest from dath of sale until ctofapreparedto cpmply promptly with lhese terms C F BOStiSY 1I C W C b tr GlaskJam c Suit has been filed in the Cir tHemants4ithmoth GrocerY mIfany foi A25000damagesu 1h plaintiff chargestlat tlje deiendatit sold hamajarofraspoerryjamcontamingj 4 eating hejam9rlifi 5J1ast IleltbattWQformed Jpur hi rfoifttie wmoval l of the glass and he is stilt in ji Ierl us CO d t9 rll1 en I i 11 i1jure Gourier JdurnaL 1- SdltM t 14Pe sl with ber mother toUajr1iH tbtan and jumped IInfr nd Wra im an pffort ttoend1 her lift W8h I decided however U aM not Cv want to die wbenbsrbroticr 4itoLthoclsternt imt r t BhiIIN lrfiJ East Tajfy JMJI a tem wmKp opMt IJplil fiIIINt j mr+vr h JWwatch Atteefa to M dItJii a ItiU wM and WiL I s r w ITTlt NW4EtADLR SPflINGIELDKYwJ 1 VaiEID IVY TjUDLT t JMCSXME MSEWIWLIN- Idivor 4 t and Poblishere usLTr npaigQ publicity act candlI t Aatea are required to file between JitMU and ten days before tbe primary asUtementoftehir cam ptign expenses Congressman Johnson has spent 125 in pet tlhg ms petitions ffndbas filed his statement Hccordingy The law 4IsrLlsr prohibits iity canidate whelfrom making promises of pi rt fqr office In order to further blfi Interests in the primarrcj1 i This ISa good prqvision as ittt prevents a candidate from being 1 harbbsed by office seekers and J buying an office wiih promises F of support for some office is lit tie better than buying it with jnoney Owing to error some of the Louisville papers end sdme of t Ifthe county papers last week had iyin their columns that Mr JP t1 WbittiDghill was the only Re t publican Candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressioual Dis trict He is a wellknown school It teacher of the county and seelbf very confident that be will have 0j no trouble in landing the nomi I natipn J IThe Danville Law School ha 1 suspended by action of the board of trustees The reason isj un known to tbe public as the school was thought to be na flourishing condition Lorimef has been expelled Ifrom the Senate He probabl3Ing was guilty but it has been reInmarked that there were some TbSselves who were casting stones VJyHiI1I zIM188 Bessie Huston of neat habB10omfield was the guest of Miss on aY e Iptweek 4 Mrs Sadie Brown oj Mo rIs yille visited her grandmother 5Mrg iLfezie Pile Saturday topit1fiJhm Ali will be be guest ot r her patents and other relatives bere for severalweks heMrSpent Saturday with Mrard 2i MraY Sam Hirdesty of Hardesty Mra Will Moran and MrsI Hugh Goatley and daughters peSTharsdav last with Mrs Clyde TGtlev Mr Thos Virgin and wife t of Maud were guests Qf their daughter here Sunday l Rev Colley Oft SpringfieldI delivered an able sermon to an appreciative crowd at the school house here Sunday Mr Gijbtrt Donahue and bride arrived home from their wedding tqur Saturday evening wASq 0t1fMay Bessie Bustcnot near J Blootnfield pqwere I guests of tho Jattersi parents mVMr Turner Derringer and 5r wife spent Saturday with Mr Walter Derringer and family Mr and Mrs Gt3 Donaboe spent Sunday with ihe latiers parents Mr aud Mrs Tho Biker of Pleasant Grove j t ftwufc HIYO Kiiiey J TmUe ui ICU Supect IItt How To lid gat DurSmUr and let it stand twentyfonr boors l i rf nT a brick dust sedi ment orsettling stringy or m ky- appearanceotcn indicates an un- healthyI condi ire tion of the kid neys too Ire lWKJL quent desire to ir 0 g tV pass it or pain in 11te Jwcfc arealSOSYDlptom thclcidaeys and bladder stb4ttcUotlaai Mc4 attention What To o Ii There is comfort in the knowledge soI a expressed that Dr Kilmers f S p Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills almost every wish in correctingt kJ4nCYsYTerkrWaddarandeverypartoftheozlrstar a wisgpa1aIJl passing it or tfftets J lowuig use of liquor wine pr bstI s 4oTercomes that unpleasant be csKy al being com l1ed lo go oftenI anyIti dixg the night The mild and Is1fJr itarawkabJe bNoring prop Jl1Ou nee1 for 1T1 hodd i if bacthebsVt 44by Utbiftyis- tiau 4s1st fH Je1 KMI YMMybauaqIekottle sent free vWi L Dr u8tCDBing 1 iss J Kuitlon this p and WJUMt DriJsrP1 toil r II II Cold lStorage Why haJent you been out to see Inquired Anne of Evelyn whom she had met downtown by accident If you knew how busy I am you would not ask replied Evelyn With all my office work I hardly have time jbuyj bought a month ago Come with mel IIIII don t need a thing aid one hates III waste money I so seldom go any andreEvelyn you cannot realize how curi ccupailtion predate your blessings better Lone apIay som theeIn the apartment house where youI liverOf course that bit of advice is well me beantstances It happens to be absurdII fall to why uyOU not so anddimdentliSMydiffident I am merely afraid of being fro to death if I should ofkema I dont understand what you mean sai wadIf that building were a cold storage wa beelItCrigid1otherIt of all these apartments has made our acquaintance nHavebors Of course not I would not be so foi IIThenII bad as the others Indeed I am notat least I do not annoy others Why the man In the apartment above ours plays his piano at all hours of the night He does not even make music but thumps out some monotonous tune which is II10UlII hall with a baby that howls morn noon and night Mother went one day aId told her that all the child needed was a little peppermint woman replied that the baby was not Ill but was Just lonesome whenever she was out of its sight Didnt she come to call after that asked Evelyn Is that a Joke Inquired Anne ithemi In the apartment below ours who knocks on the ceiling with a broort ilndlemachine We are disgusted with the building an mean to move as soon as ou itrYou do not need to wait because Ill take the lease off your hands as soon as you like I am going to go rahousekeepingfore long and your apartment wouldI suites exactly When you get ready to edmoveA few weeks later Evelyn received ft note from Anne saying that she anror mother were about to take another apartment sp Evelyn called to see about transferring the lease During th tieer had suffered a fall and was con fined to her couch with a dislocated hip During Evelyns call so many 0nonsdnoppedremain an hour before she could have A tenne1 thought you said you knew no one in tbjs building exclaimed Evelyn at last I never saw more warnchearted people Yet you called thiofplace a cold storage warehouse That was before mother was hurt explained Anne The moment the people heard of our trouble they rushed in to sympathise and telltotheir troubles in turn That woman with the baby has lost the poor litt led d Inarlinga Dfridthe flowers she lays on its grave luWhatishoEvelynPlease forget the cruel remarks I madpi about him cried Anne He had a dear mother who died and he b tecIxahe could not bear to have the Instru eat stand silent and When he heard that mother he came to inquire if the neglectedI piano annoyed her and he fill ldtndhave managed without him Considering the beautiful way t atbel EveIlynOh we have no intention of leav ling the building we shall take a larg er apartment which will leave this joyou TVbyf demanded EvelynIIt is a bit too soon to tell said Anne blushing yet since you are de termined to know I am to be married The young man who thumped the pi ano proved such a dear that mother and I feel we shall be fortunate to have him in the family So the cold storage house was keeping your romance on ice all the while laughed Evelyn Chicago Daily News The Cat of st Vaule v St Pauls chapel and churchyard at Broadway and Fulton streets New York have a variety of utilities Be being a show place of historic Ide to the stranger thny give rest soothing at the noon hour to many a weary worker la the big buildings Iwhlch surround then Not the least of their usefalacjTs however tin the opinion of a certain majestic Thomas cat is that they afford a place wherein be may disport himself He is an or namental being of rich golden hue 1and he iis by no means unaware of his beauty With stately grace he stalks raIpofrslbleIIpZC8 haughtily at mere human Intm iflcrs When satisfied they are sum dentlrcowed to attempt no damage ewOfJlfaaagainst the memorial slabs he presents the combination of gray and gold of which French conturleres are so onaI The verger says Thomas belongs JO Borne tenant in one of tbit big buildings but he II a regular ciItuei f tto churchw Z lIEN- iJABINIT I 7L LITTLE out are Is quickly trodden Which beIng suffered rivers cannot quench FISH FOODS IFishas valInableare well as to the Invalid Fish is especially good for those of weak di gestion as it is easily digested There spoilIdaintily served to be palatable Quite as much depends upon the serving and garnishing of the fish dish as upon the cooking Another point to be remembered in serving fish is that it hasno strong or like meats but depends upon seasoning and sauces for its piquant savor Fish is a food of which there need be little waste for the cold fish may made over into more palatable dishes than tile fresh dish itself Curried Fish Slice a large apple two onions in a fryitig pan con ping three tablespoonfuls of fat and until a rich brown Sprinkle into the frying pan a heaping teaspoonful curry powder and two tablespoon s of flour Add a cup of stock or ter and cook until smooth strain and set aside to cool Flake a pound and a half of cold boiled fish that has n Treed from skin and bones Add sauce to thoBsh In a saucepan bring to a boll and serve hot in a bor defof wellboiled rice ShadRoe SafadWhen the roe is not needed for the fish dinner a salad be made of it for the next days dinner As it spoils quickly unless InIutes at the simmering point Drain and wipe dry dip in egg and crumbs and brown in a little butter While still warm pour over it two tablespoonfuls of llemon juice salt and pepper and set away to chill When ready to serve cut in pteces and mix with an equal quantity of cucumber cubes Cover with mayonnaise dress ling decorate with capers and chopped cMves and serve on lettuce lleaves 7ltutJ TUNIS QUICKER THAN REND Divorce Granted In Less Than an Hour and Costa 120 In Af rican City IThe next time you happen to be in Tunis dont fail to pay a visit to theI llvorce court It is the most Haroun Institution this sIde of Samarkand A great hall of Justice raulted and floored with marble and rewn with eastern carpets forms the setting while husbands in turbans and lawyers and green robed gray bearded judges complete a scene which might ve been taken straight from the Ara- biani Nights The women closely veiled and hood are herded like so many cattle within an iron grill take no part in the proceedings which so intimately af beinglertges ticulative avocat In each of the fourer des of the great hall Is an alcove and Jn each alcove a tmanyhbedthehusbanHthrough her avocat putting In her de If si fidersstroking his long gray beard the while and then delivers his decisionIn nine favortheShould either person be dissatisfied with the finding he or she can take an ppeal by the simple process of walk g cross the halt laying their case be whosedecisionpealed is generally disposed of well under an hour and at a total cost of t thatheeasy RenoMetropoUtanMa IT HAPPENED IN PICADILLY Anecdote of Lady Cbnitance Stewart Richardson and the Awkward YoungMan Lady Constance Stewart Richard son the beautiful young woman who danced over here some time ago has offended Queen Mary said a Wash ington diplomats wife She actually told the queen to stand out of the exhibitionI is capa- bio of anything They are telling an clubitheIp young man attempted to pass boron the right when she also turned that way The young man then veered to the left and Lady Constance dIG thp same And there they stood for a minute Qr more overcome by that ridiculous something which makes two sidewalkanti that without being able to pass each other by Lady Constance after nine or ten of these awkward movements smiled demurely and said Well Im sure if you want to dance I dont mindbut whats it to grizzlybcarWashlngton Sort of Blanket Ballot Senator Lee S Overman of North Carolina has a olored maid servant that has boen in his family since the days of slavery She is a loyal serv ant and thinks that Mahstah Lee represents all that Is best in human kindWhen Overman was running for the senate the first time Mrs Overnian had a telephone connection with the legislative chamber at Raleigh and got the news of each ballot as it wits taken The old colored mammy didnt know what a ballot was but sho caught the idea that the more Over man got the better his wife was pleas ed That nJght shewas overheard roomItake Maui tab Lee in the hollow of yo ban and Ijest covah him with them ere ballots whatevah they is and make him get ah 11W w1iiLC BY APAPFoRa Mr William A Radfird will answer OFOST theIexperienceEditor heIsInQufrlestoJackson boulevard Chic Ill and only enclose twocent stamp ffr reply A severely plain sq tarebuilt little house that looks very neat when fin designherethe new stucco plaster plan that has come into use so much dufing the last few years The invert on of expand ed metal lath Is respo sible for this manner of enclosing arouse in mor tar There is somett ng about the connection between ement stucco mortar and expanded lath that Just seems to meet the req Irements of a good outside building irering to take th ngFor and In England builders hare tried cover- Ing houses with soine lad of plastic l quickIyage In England it wa called rough- cast but it might hav been Just as disappointing under so e other name Some of those old buuI Ings did good earlytoplaster got into Jthe ha t of falling off anythingthet worsehanj theIt publicFor howIw put on could never be induced to hang fast to wooden ath year after year when exposed to the changes in temperature and outside moisture But i r4iS1 At with our present knowle ige of how to nix cement with lime and and ag srcgate and to spread tho proper liiOkness on metal lath hat Is firmly sueIproviding a the oldtime roughcast nd the long clapboard with t material that Is much superior to oni and thal1the other cbeaprI One great n the stucco nish is that you can color the mortar and this saves pain ng It Is a short Job to point the wiidow casings pornlco and outside pqjch steps and veranda floors when thjy get dingy and you can afford to d It every two or three years but wbci you have the whole outside surface lgo over with t caamir 4IM pno1- hQ 20 i36 ctc- tS Floor Pfbn a palit brush you bos ato until the house looks hubby beforepoalclnifyou decide pe necessary moneyA houso all right in every respect except hat It looks ratho severe With ila plan the heavy front porch and projection IIn the rear relieve the laln box appearance or the square corners and the square cottngeahapi i root while the arc such as to leave a pleasing impression and the heavy a stucco finished porch that sho ild never be forgotten and that Is fto make It L heavy and solid You dont want any thin fliusy1ookIngporch columns or rails built in this way for they are sure to prove disappointing and the material is cheap enough to Use in a prodigal manner You dont measure It by tile square foot and pay for it at the rate of 40 or 60 per thousand l but you just cart it to the job by the wagon load mix it up In quantity and enoughIalthoughien house almost as cheap as ono cover- J0cMINI iiw1 I1bo61-fA oc E oj= 8X cr a Second Floor Planed with stucco This Is partly due to custom Carpenters can work to ad vantage on lumber because they have been brought up on lumber They were born in a carpenter shop and used the saw and handax as play Theyhavolath and how td attach it properly tc xI rn IfL L17ee advantage proportions dltrj the side of a house and you know it is difficult tq teach new tricks to old dogs The saw and ax dont work to advantage in the same way hut build ers are learning In the meantime ofIbuilding light frame house and cov dolInga popular size 24 feet in width by 32 feet inches in deptty exclusive of the front porch It Is full twO stories In height and can be built finder favorable circumstances for to 2500 USE THE MODERN METHODS Process of Manufacturing Old Shef field Plate Has Been Brought Up to Date Old Sheffield platels not manufactured In England at the present time at least not the real old article In the real old way The method formerly used was to braze or Svold a thin sheet of silver on either side of a thicker sheet of copper anjd then to roll this combined metal to sheet whichIwould result In a sheet of copper coat ed on both Hides with an actual sur face of silver The process of electroplating Is much Tchoapor and quicker and has superseded the old method tosuch an extent thnt articles manufactured by the old process would now c4st quite as much as the same articles In sterling silv r In some arts of 1She1l1elddo not hesitate to produce copies of old patterns by tho electroplating process and then palm thentocr on unsuspecting purchasers as genuine IJealousThe horse ditor of the Monroe County Appeal remarksbat the nv orage man Is secretly soro on the party who wears mutton chop whis kers on the man who pastes his hairS don over his forehead on the follow who wearSa button holo bouquet on tho party vfho plays the piano and on the ono vhn sports 1 plug hat The other ferfovr says it is all due to envy Can It bo po Bslblo that ho Is right Kansas City Times JEEJ Samples and Book- S 4ROO1NjJ otJMthefirstelsewhere at any price THE RACIAL GUARANTEE JM REGAL ROOFING is spld under tho most liberal and honest kind of guarantee This gtjiranteo is issued direct to tho user by a 300000000 concern with an experience of 9ver fifty years in the Roofing business interestingbook tSHBLZ S LEAVER 1174fl J I DELINQUENT LIST Following IK the Delinquent List of S S Anderson as Allowed by the Pis cal Court at its Term DecemberI t S D Males List PRECINCT NO 5 Name Prop Dogs Tithes Remarks UJltyBrownpundBakerBunch Harvie Insolvent 1 Coulter Thos iO Insolvent Coker Hayden 80 Insolvent Colvin Lazarus In Mercer Co Colvin Hartford t Insolvent Curry Miss Pearl Insolvent IqsolventDivineJ Darland L In Illinois He lard Luther Insolvent Hellard Sabe T Insolvent Hayes Grover Insolvent Lake Harvie Insolvent Robertson SA Not found CountySympson c Sanders Delbert In Spencer Co Satterly Henry In Spencer Co Shirley Speed IINot found White John insolvent White Charlie In Nelson Co Votaw Sam lnsblvent Votaw J A Not found H R Eddlemaris List PRECINCT NO 12 Baker H C i I Dead Bishop DP Insolvent Bishop J S Insolvent Bird Newt Insolvent Bu knead Chas Insolvent- InsolyentBrewerBeavers Lawrence Insolvent Boblitt Grundy Insolvent Bird J 0 i Insolvent Bishop JasR 6J InsolentSBurkhead Sam Insolvent Cheatham Sam Insolvent LeftCountyColeCrouch Fred1 Insolvent Cheser SamS Insolvent Crouch Barry i Insolvent Cutsinger Jas H 1 Insolvent Cutsinger Eli Insolvent Cheser Ray I Insolvent Cheser Pete I Insolvent InsolvejCutsinger 7 Cutsinger Guthrie Insolvent Dorsey Enos l Insolvent Dean Geo r I Insolvent Graves Geo Insolvent Hate hett Cal 11nsolv nt Hardih Jese T I Insolvent Hardin Wash 1 Insolvent Hardin Dee 1 Insolvent Hupp Thos 80 I Insolvent Hatched Jas 2 Insolvent SEEK ASTORWEALTH Heir to 100000000 Receives r Letters From Many Persons Homers Propose Marriage and Men Ask Him to Become Partner In Business Others Make Odd Requests New York Vincent Astors latest trouble is a deluge of letters from persons anxious to advise him as to the bests manner of spending his 100 000000 inheritance Many of the let ters are from women telling of their great love and conveying offers of marriage Old women and young women bra ten and demure thin and fat ones pretty and ugly have taken their pens In hand not without hope of gain Some have pretended to bespeak Mr Astors interest in behalf of buttother than purely personal ones most of them have been frankly emit ten In the desire to call the young mans attention to certain persons that je otherwise might overlook Some of the writers have waited in front of the Astor estate offices in Twentysixth street for a glimpse he boy Most have mistaken otI handsome Nick Diddle for the ob ject of their curiosity much to Bid dies embarrassment He is an exe cutor of the Astor estate Is about thir tyfour and looks younger And it isnt only through the me ilum of letters that women have ressed their suits The telephone has seen kept pretty busy both at the of Ices and at the Fifth avenue house wljh girlish voices whose owners were anxious to have opportunities to meet he heir of millions The reasons as jlgned were as many as the letters ontalned Some of the writers want the young nan to do something worthy of his same There have been suggestions that he finance the suffragette cause thers want him to use his fortune to uy up breweries and distilleries and put them out of business for the sake if promoting the cause of prohibition Ddtnparatlvely few of the letters writ en by women are from inventors This of communications almost always oro a mans signature iMngs suggested for a worthy Uso ai tho money ranged froth patent iiinatartcrs to methods of bridging hlling strait Included in the ap tils aro hose of professional beg ars Churches schools and libraries undo honors as to the numbers of heir letters with propositions from Business houses that offer him Inter ests for ever so1 small asum Most of heso letters of course need lo answer Those from women on subjects of the heart are entirely Ig nored Many of the latter come ac companied by photographs Two of tho fair correspondents sent as their jwn postcard pictures of Lillian Rue ei from which they had forgotten to wratch the name Voice of Conscience A western Kentucky negro was In jJail awaiting trial for stealing a calf His wife called to him On her way out the jailer whose name was Grady halted her Mandy ho Inquired havo you got a lawyer yet for Jim Naw sah said the wifeliEf Jim was guilty Id git him a lawyer right away but he tells me he aint guilty and so of cqae I aint aimin to hire none Mr Grady came a voice from the sells above you tell dat nigger wom an down that to git a llawyer and gj tt good ono tool Saturday Evening Post I jdkinnteGough w- Qrco1JlcQid4drnc1L HadinJohnU vo1ntHumeInsolventKeeling v ntLewisInsolventLewisInsolvent lattlngly Preston 1 Insolvent InsolventNicholson C InsolventPerkmsWiinsobentPratlierlnsolventPinketon InsolventPratherI InsolveqtPinkstonI 4ShieldstnsolyentSmithJen InsolventSinselventTerrelL i Rtcifi tNO2 Benedict A W 1 Insolvent Benham Jas1r Y i 1 Insolvent Barlow Luther 40iu 1 Insolvent Barnett Chras 10 1 1 Insolvent Cull P J l CulsingerGrundy Insolvent 1 Insolvent InsolventCutsmger V iCheserI i Faulkner Wm 1GorGoatley Jeff 120 i1 InsOlvent Goatley Joe g Insolvent Grubbs Jessie 1 jglTl Insolvent j Grigsby Sam li Insolvent t JHardinJ InsolventHume fI4 Insolvent Kays Charlie Insolvent Kirsch G H 75 1 Insolvent InsolyentLewis t olYCltLockardInsolventMontgomeryIMann W I v 1 Insolvent c sclventOliverInsolventPayne cRobinsoInsolventRoyaltyInsolventReynoldsf InsolventScottInsolventSweeney InsolventStrangeInsolventThqmpsonTatum Sam Insolvent InsolventWeedeyWeekley Thos T Insolvent Colored List PRECINCT NO2 Duncan Geo 2L 1 Insolvent 1nsolventFord rHaysr InsolventtjHiggils InsolventHardestyHays Johnt 1 Insolvent Lee Geo Insolvent Leachmah Slim 1 Insolvent IrisolveztSelecman f ntWillsbnThgBWilson H arveyA I Insolvent I r 1f l i8FnRi8iIE R Ii 8 ii I If 1 I I have for sale 17 head of Thoroughbred Berkshire liogsi ITheyIold Berkshires are the Hog that I I satisfies the blood that breeds on I one littler of 10 pigs IIave tltatIIany man to look at I10 Prices Reasonable t I N W I L LE T I i I SPRINGFIELD KXRR2 JCDB I i It A safe pleasant remedy for Coughs Colds and all Bronchial affections It relieves congestion apd soothes without containing anything in the nature of an AW opiate Ha been in use for more than twenty yearsand in that time has been used and indorse J by leading Physicians in aU sections of the United States BRONCHILINE th ideal ex l pectorant We are not asking Y4I1ciJisome CHILINE and take ho substitute A trial will Convincei you that S BRONCHILINE is the best Keep a bottle in your home two sizes 25 and SO cent IHaydon Robertson t jHaydon Wifleth- Ic iJou Sturdy Old Age require pedal noarjthmcnt of IY assimilation Scotts Emulsion contains these vital properties in concentrated form and dis tribute them all over tile body without taxing the digettioa Scott lDowns BloontftAkH iaii i itrLitai- Ltterl M it Made A Mew Wab O rHb UI iM Bu1rir tOG raJzi skmaetil1ertt aud bo1 rfrr T Alston Raiofh Co lLveaandk1dnts1J JlOttbut four bottles of Slocr macla me fl Iu iv n PRICE SOOTS ILL tSJC tEq My rS1iL 1- 1 DR GT BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST AIIWorkuaranteed 7bPHONE 162R r P f OnriOBHagan Block up stain j SPRINGFIELD KY 7 Dfc J C MUDD-F l Physician and Surgeon r I Office hours 8 to 9 am pmJOffices over Haydon Drugstor WFGRIGSBY t ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank i RINOFJELli KY D MW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug t Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 im t612 m4 to 5 pm JMcJ WILLIAMS Notary ublicW- JLLISBURG KY Depositions Specialty JOIINYIMAYESr4 t fOIEBm BIHETOB ANDA LICENSED EMBALMED TELEPHONE DAY 1 9 NIGHT 74 I SPRINGFIELD IT 0R W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTfOfficeover Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices A work guaranteed I SPRINGFIELD KY 5000 BUTtERFlY IS FOUND WIrto Have Spread of 11 Inches and Has a Body Like a Moulex IIt KIII With Arrow doJJA jet black butterfly val Qed at 5000 u big almost as a rot Inwlth wings jneaaurlng 11 Inches from tip to tip has been brought to j ALiHon Walter Rothschild millionaire- I owner of the famous private museum In Trlng Park Several new varieties of butterflies by far the largest In the world were f dlscbvered In New Guinea by Mock- had to take up from the coag he says cases of pearl shell tomahawks and beads of all kinds before I could get the assistance of the natives In capturing the butterflies The native sootthem with fourprong arrows 1 which they use for killing birds The female giant butterflies are all black or browp or white but the greenCand gold I brought back also with tt me a butterfly which has a hairy body i on account of the Intense coldness of the Snow mountains e A P 1 had a couple of my native boy GulASback the bones The hairy butterfly descrlbed by Mock now in the Rothschild collec J v tlon1s almost furry so thick Is its 0 covering and It has a wonderful ap pearance The explorer who has been twenjythree years In New Guinea brings Taacfc with him also specimens paradiseYFtk FULFILLS HIS DEATH DREAM i t t t iVlllons of Hearse Waiting for Casket tFInally Induces Man to Kill Self Phpenlxvllle PaTorturd for weeks by a constantly recurring fuJjfI 4 receive a casket which has being carried from the house in which lie board l ed Peter Luzeckl died shortly after he hiadjcut his throat with a razor t WI1pssedcalled at the inquest held by Deputy Coroner ci H Howell told apparitionIwhjch had so long oppressed Luzeckl 1 and which drove him finally from loss iif4of aleep into Insanity His fellow t boarders told of accounts tjf his cstrange dream which the suicide gave them at breakfast each morning and 1 In which he declared that It forecast I his funeral own death and pictured to him his Within the past few days Luzecki f was apparently suffering from a great t nervous strain and could talk of little l 1 else than what he ternied his coming funeral Recently a groan was heard evident l 11 coming from the room which he oc cupied and Investigation revealed the man lying in a pool of blood and fast J bleeding to death He died half an hout later He was unmarried and thad been a resident of Phoenlxvillo for seven years t ReptilesContrary f most people only two native snakes rattle7 snakes and copperheads are capable of InfllctlngBeribus Injury to mankind even It they would and as the hab itats of these two are rocky moun tainous woodlands it Is seldom thatt there Is the slightest danger of harm from meeting any of our oTher native snakesS A tfQttiti ttttttV iri WOO iI WOO iIi T i I I iIi I All About YourselF Friends TfYDIPO rb and Acquaintances I Ul 1JU I MWmjfff WMM Ice Cream Freezers and Water Coolers at Barber Pettus it F ORSALEAn oak wasbj stand Apply at this office The old tried and tested Per fection Coal Oil Stoves at Bar ber Pettus FOR SALE Wag iu and set of double harness T P OBryan JpR RENT4Two rooms over Shader Mullicans store and 4 rooms over Pm Thomas t L A BURNS All persons having ballot box keys orseals are notified to bring same to jountyClerk W F Booker at once Rev J O Coil y will preach at Fenwick Scbbolhouse Spnday afternoon at 3 80 All are cor dially invited to attend Laura the throeyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Leon ard Baker of Bardslown was cemeteryhere tJQST Between Springfield t Lumber Co and Wash Tuckers ap ireye glasses steel frames with gold nose piece was in clasp case Return to this office LOSTBetween Thurman Peters barn and J F Simmes streetlathis office and receiye reward STRAYED From my place near Jimtown llast Wednesday July 10 a half Jersey milch cow with long horns Any informa ion leading to her recovery will IIbeADDIE KEENE The following list of names were published in S D Hales delinquent list by error as these gentlemen have paid their taxes AT Stine John Cornish las Long G G Colyin W Tj Bowen Winfield Lawson Albert Pinkston John Cornidh Thomas Votaw C al G rider Also there appeared in Byron Croakes list the name of H 0 Leachman This was also error as this geni tleman has paid hts taxes Alex Mudd in Andersons ride was marked insolvent when heI should have been marked list twice Friday and Saturday of thisI week are examination days for white teachers The examina tions this beenIreasonable Catch questions which are so often seen in ex aminations are not foqnd in them and yet they are sufficiently dif ficult to test the teachers know ledge of the branches in which they are examined Next week will be teachers tnstitutfe week Prof L N Taylor willI be the instructor The election for School Trus tees will be held oti the first Saturday in August The elec tions this year will be different from former years in that women who cad read and write will have the right to vote The last session of the Legislature amended the school law in re gard to secret ballot and return ed to the old viva voce system cerkchosenThe change in the law is a good one and does away with the red tape of hiving ballots and bal probatilitvfour persons present Thetor is further simplified in that no nominating petitions are it quiredtt Toe picnic at Frede icUstcw n Vas a splendid success a regu a1l1Igiven away to the lucky winj ners whose names follow The tSlO gold piece was won by 11 rs1 E L Bowman Bardstowo The 100 lb of sugar went to Harri son M had of color Washington county The 100 lbs of flour flAil to toe lot of E Shea Jewish t iSynagogue Chicago III TIbeanviful rounIwas checrfaity given as n prize toO O Oumbron of ManlonIThe dinner was by all to be really Epicurean and worth wde the money The people off Poly Trinity Congregation sini corely thank tluir numerous friends who assisted them many lhR V MANNING DENTISTISPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElrQY Shaders grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to i21 to 41 way and hope to be able to ra turn the favor THE COMMITTEE Ice Cream Supper Class No 3 of the Methodist Sunday School will serve an ice cream supper at the Court House yard Saturdry from 4 to 10 p m1 Quarterly Court Monday was Qnarterlv Court There was little business of im portance on the docket Several default judgments were taken but there were no contest- sPerhiusFenwjck Mr Edward enwlck and Miss Myrtle Perkins were married yesterday afternoon at four oclock by Rev gather Hennes sy The attendants were Mr Leo Haydon and Frank Litsey The groom is a son of Mr Wm Fenwick of this county and is one of the countys most prosperous farmers who is liked by everybody while the bride who is a daughter of Mr Ayah Perkins of near Springfield and is a popular young lad v with many admirers and is both attrac tive and handsome They will reside Washington County Young Woman Assaulted ILast Tuesday afternoon the of the county were shocked when news came to Springfield that Washington county had been the scene ola crime of such a nature that makes the blood of every good cUizen boil in his veins Miss Mildred Miles who re sides with Mr Ed Hamilton near Bearwallow was out a short distance from her home picking up small pieces oi wood to be used in a cook stove when she says that before she was aware of the presence of any body a hand was rudely thrust over her mouth and she was dragged ino a corn field nearby where the foul fiend succeeded- in accomplishing his purpose Officials at Springfield were at once telephoned and Sheriff Anderson Marshal John Grace Deputy Sheriff John Smith and Jailer GeQrge Catiett drove to the scene and endeavored to secure all the information possi ble She described the man as medium size red complected with a short stubby beard be had on at the time a light shirt and dark trousers A suspect was held here yesterday and the oung lady Was brought to town but did not identify him as the guilty party The officials have no clue as to the identity of the party A reward has been of fered by County Judge BL Litsey for the arrest and con viction of the guilty party Notice t Graded School Taxes are now due and till persons are notified to call at once on the undersign ed and save penalty G C WHAIITONI Treasurer Plymouth MnssA large game preserve to be established under the supervision of the American Game allsoclaItlonof Carver and western part of this town at a point called Easthead Papers relating to the transfer of the land by Harry S Blake of Boston to Clement S Houghton of Manchester and John E Thayer of Lancaster Mass as trustees have been received for record Much of the land is covered with oak and pine and there are swamps there also Close by re many small ponds which are frequented by waterfowl in the breeding asoniBEEF TOO HIGH FOR TWO CATS Uncle Sarr Refuses to Maintain Rat Catches at the Subtreasury ExpenseIWashington The propriety of teed Ing two cats at the public crib Is do nied by A Platt Andrew assistant secretary of the treasury The urgent appeal for the cats came from the subtreasury In New York which Is Infested with rats and mice Kindhearted clerks have been contributing to the support of the two cats Installed while awaiting official aDProval of the use of the contingent 0 LEBANON f IiCCHAtjTAUQtlA eal1I1Serle I I The Leban nCauta qua is i r1adttmtLebanon kept war j hy the can tluual precession fbuggieso Washington counjh people going over to patronize tiubanons prinI cipal amusement the year 1The principal feature of attraction for the Sprjigfield people at the Chautauquai wAs because the Springfield boys were the contestants in the eries of ball games being playe at the Chau tauqua grounds fo a handsome prize In this article wt do not wish to draw any cor clusions but simply present thd acts as they realfor are and it the readers say for themselye It stems at first that Sprin eld did not care to enter into he base ball contest because he purse for which they weret play was too small to justify the n should they win and had th y only have made this decision final there probably Would le better feel ings today among the Spring field people for the Lebanon Cbautauqua outs a few days previous to the pening of the series of games Fudge J R Thomas and Mr D dy represent ing the Cbautauqi came over to see If some arra gment could not be made whereby Springfield could be induced t play in the series and upon ha offer of an additional 50 win r lose Spring field agreed to nier On July the 3d Springfield received the contract which irij lubsjtanoe was that each team wi ild be allowed four outside nob professional players Manager Cam bell on saidI date went to Lomsville and se cured two of tae Louisville pJayers and wa told at that time by Mr HUgh Murry hesyas entitled to two mQe players and with these two extra pla played Baldstow July ersI On the following ty Iondawas booked tto Columbia and by this time tho other two players to whiCh tbey were enticed When time Spring fieldColumbia game came on they had on their list Wright a Lebanon player ajd who was up on Lebanons 1st To him Campbell objects to the base taIl committee and was sustained by them aud whe Columbia in sisted upon playi Wright notI wlthstaqding the ruling of tne committee the oj nager of the Columbia team was informed that if they wt i with Wright the game woul be forfeited to Springfield T is ruling the various teams np roved bee use they thought 1he committee would insist uj n each team standing by their contract This decision of M nday may be termed decision Fo 1 On the follow ng Wednesday Springfield was ooked to play with Lebanon a id on Monday Judge Thomas suggested that the managers ufi pririgfield and Lebanon furnish each other with a list of the pi refS for the game from the original list as filed with the bo e ball commit tee This was m1 but on the Lebanon list upji i eared the name Jud of Colurnbh who was en rtbe Columbia li and had played in all of the gdri es with Colum bia To his i1 aying manager Campbell object d and hen he made his object ns to Mr Dood he was ihforme by Dtiody that Lebanon would jllay whom they damn pleased a d lie committee after a short efi puration decided Lebanon might lliy upon their team who they ileased notwithstanding that iiu contract that only four out it 1rmtyfrs would be allowed aid noivvithstanding that this saw mmittee had so decided the Jt mday before in the Cplumtv S jrinstield game This wits decisi u No 2 or reversal No Upon this ecision manager Campbell refused to let his team play in thi gt iie or any other upon the ChaiUuqua grounds aud after th1110t only the Springfield ha team left the grounds but s mo three nr tour tiundred loyal Springfield fans followed them Immediately ter this the Oa pbellsville team who were to pJ iy Springfield on the following day and who on account of h hich between Springfield and Lebanon were there to playj L banon on the following day j Thursday made the same objeftion to ltd thir the manager p the Springfield team had nladj and were sustain i ed by tbecouiinitteo Again this committee had reversed Itself from the decision of the Spring fieldLebanon game made not more than two hours before This may be termed decesion No8 or reversal No 2IIwe go to press this was the 1Asdecision this committee on basq ball had made and we su pose it is row law vI PERSON lI Mr T J Nally of Bloomfield was here Tuesday Miss Colena PeaUe of Louisville is visiting Miss Flora Royalty Mis WF Trustyand child ren are visiting her mother at New Hope Mr W F Booker has return ed from TAtham SpringsI CW reI basre1turnedparents in Marion C Miss Marie Barbet UDtyIII a few weeks at D Miss Mattie Rooney is theI guest of Mrs John W Kelly Jr Mr L D Walker who is at tending school at Spenceriau College Louisville is spending a week at home Miss Myrtle Howe of Louisville is the guest of Miss Gladys Wfilker Mrsj Mary Sweeney of ville and Mrs Ole LouisI Barrodsburg are the guests relatives in the county II Mrs W M B gaD and daughi ter Jennie Lane are visiting her mother in Tennessee Mrs John H Brown of Lebanon and daughter Mrs Lacey Doss of Tennessee have been visitiag friends in tlie county Mr J I Royalty visited rela tives in Mercer county last week Mrs Nannie Leach man has rea tu ned from a visit to Pleasant Gnve Mrs J I Royalty spent last week at Tatham Springs Mr Ed Duncan has returned to Louisville after a visit to friends here Miss Lillian Sisco of B rds town is the guest of Miss I earl Conner Mr and Mrs E S Olde of Frankfort Are stopping ai the Springfield Hotel Mrs L H Bellbaum of Mid way is visiting friends here Mrs Bettie Grabam and daughter Miss Margie are visIt- ing friends h reIMrs WilLiams SnAntopio- Texas who has Been the guast of Miss Lou Booker for several weaks returned to her home todayI Miss Minnie Blanfordis the guest of her mother in Louisc ville i Miss Margaret Hayden is the guest of relatives in Owensboro Miss Stella Simms hasre turned torn a visit to Oweris l bro Miss Annie McElrpyj enter tained a number of her young friends in a charming manner yesterday evening Messrs John C Shader H M Moss and O F Wharton are at Crab Orchard this weekfMr and Mrs Eirrest Thompson of Bardstown spent a few days here this we kIMisses Susie and Bessie Blan fordof LaFolette TeRn are the guests of their aunt Mrs Nannie 8ImmstMisses Edna olt1 of Cma nIti and Idrgaret Aodumon of Dan yule are the guests of the Misses ONan Mjss Eleanor Olt ments has returned l from a visi t to Lebanon Mr Hewitt Craycroft wife IJ and baby of India napol is Ind are the guests of relatives heie1 Mrs H B McElroy and Mrsl H P McChord art in Louisyille r IIrII Down In Fowler Kan a few nights ago an evangelist who was conducting meetings became very much eiasporat cd by reason of folks coming In late and because the congregation turned around to look whenever there was a new advent On this special night a man came In late and every one turned and stared Then the evangelist tolda story A few years ago I was out on the prairies riding my bronc and as I passed a prairie dogs den I saw the funniest looking thing with such big atari eyes that I got down to investigate I be gap walking around that hole and as I walked that owls eyes kept fixed on me but his body remained stationary I Just kept on walking the eyes kept fixed and the body remained station ary until would you believe it after I had walked around three or four times that owls head dropped off Some of these nights the prophet moralized you folks will be looking under the seatafor your he8dsKan tJbr =7 T i 1 IICLAERNCEJALEiII V I j11 REDUCTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Remnants Odds and Ends Have Accumulated j in eachL- Ii Department and you can buy them at v I 1LotI 111 11r of small siz s in Mens Suits for 35O the SUIt These suits originally sold for S 10 andS 15 Salty IILot One lot Merts Hats Half Price 3 and 4 low cut shoesand 2 per pair IIj Lot Udies Skirts at half price Ladies Shirts Waists at Reduced Prices y Muslin Underwear Reduced Prices 4 Suits for 298 and 398 formally sold for 16 IILadles12 and 15c Lawns go for tOo a yard 3 JIIIIDress Goods and Silks at bargain Prices IIReduced Prices on Cotton and Shirtings f 1 I LinoleumsIdr No Goods Charged at Reduced Prices THE ROBERTSON GLSIBROOKE CO I INCJORPOHATD 0sI1 RINGS QUEER ANTICSj EXPERIMENT THAT RAISED IN TERESTING QUESTION r AOIcounttlons of the Wedding RIng Try for VoUrseh This is a mystery of the wedding ring Can you solve Nobody as yet has been able to account for its trange convolutions but maybe you will be more clever What makes the wedding ring IwlngIWhy does It swing one way for a man and quite another way for a woman J it the difference In what wise men all aura And a wenknown London doctor has recently demonstrated that the aura of the male and female tilTer widely Wedding rings often make the people who wear them and even other per sons behave In the most unaccounta ble manner but few of us have ever seen a wedding ring Itself Indulge In mysterious performances And this Is not a trick Remember that It Is a scientific experiment Illustrat ing the llaws of physics physiology or psychoogyIlore you on a polished wooden table The fork should be at right angles rom your body with the handle uer- est you Seat yourself at the table Tie a piece of light string about fifteen wedIdIng IIthestring three times around the 1lrstI joint of the first finger oh the right sand LHold the string In place around theist finger with tho ball of the thumb of the same hand Place your right elMon the table beside the fork with the forearm In a vertical position and permit your hand to drop at a right Wle from the wrist This lows the string with the wedding ring attached to hang directly over the iforkTho ring must be suspended about onequarter of an Inch above the fork and nearly as possible at Its cen terIdownward upon the table beside fork Do your best to keep your steady and thus prevent the theI with the attached wedding ring swinging In spite of your efforts youI wUl find that the wedding ring moves If a man Is holding the string tho wedding ring will commence slowly to sway back and forth along the fork It a woman holds the string the ring sways across the fork With some people the movement Is slight while with others It Is marked but at all times It is unmistakable Now heres the most curious part If 1theonce been firmly established atj man place his right hand firmlyupon her loft hand which rests upon the ta ble The ting will be seen slowlyto stop Its cross movement and after a few momenta the motion w1llbere versed The ring will swing the length of the Cark t A similar change of movement will occur In the event of a man holding the string while a woman places rJI right Hand over his Jleft hand Can you account for this mystertout h havlpr qf the w eddin rlnfTrCM i BENEDETTI COJ mf 1 SPRINGFIELDS II I New Hesfavtamtjtt IINOW OPEN II Everything New Uptodate and Sanitary Solid Marble Iceless Soda Fount- ainCOLDI DRINKS I At all times I We are located at CmmpWlf old The building has been completely remodel our business is new out and out Ice r M IIstandfor wholesale and retail Giva us your oriUrs 1and1 I you want and have it cooked AGAINIITRY US ONCE AND YOU WILL TRYUS L iiAPHONE 236 I = Ii IIIReUaNand CoulprehdllsiYeT6lephoue Service Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Quaber jisI ne dons to all qutaide important cities and towns You get cxoctly wiwt ydu pay for Call Manager for further information The demand ii not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service CUMfiERLANI TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY It orate 1 I IHT1MtTJ1IiIjS iSouth Bound North Bund No41 No 43jNo 91 No42 NoNe iO ally Daiiy Sun Daily DalIv Siti Ex Spa Ex Sun only Ex Sun Ex e7Couisville 1430 pm725 amlfl10 pml8 0 aralS JB jMiltJI iw BaidatoWn JCt 522 920 702 7i30 1415 440 Banisthwn 606 1025 146 645 l3OQ YI Springfield 655 1205 8S 6O0 1JS2PI1S 41 An Ar Lye Lv4WLVS f 1I 4 CASTORIAFor Infants ani Ckildrta lbs Kid Yn HIYIa RisgW Bears the 1jf=1guture ct CASTORlAYet Twbiaa ChittiM Tz9s I If v i c j y i rTr i 7w0 Jn I 7 F 71 Ii wLCIICU4fk Johnston william U i1lf lClJfBf1fY lslraio syYlJ1nes sherrUTliej first thing she aaJdas fJi eIm1y btfng up her hat and coat Is i for aU you men o4getout of here so if Jtkata ca sort the mall JJ j Even the constable moved toward r flMdciriv Impelled by the authority in edoLcrnment property I determined not to be routed saei1s1lyIt seemed to iJiae that the occasion afforded me an L theLbut to work out ono of my own puz VtlerT wbo It as that bad rented Lock pjox 17 4S Mica Cox I said as a personal thSf of Post Office Inspector IyWh is to Jon me here In a few f In connection with alb Important haursI ter and br your own sake as well I would suggest that you should keep atto riilMSt two of ua here as witnesses This 54Is government property The postmas j ter taa dlBappeared and some of the e governments property may be miss sJ ti big If your Inpectiofais made In the presence of two wltnesBes there can 1 be no question about your statementc P of the condition In which you found 4 things I really think It Is a neces t precaution I would suggest that titlJary of us say theconstable and my be permitted to remain as wit By sIginger rlghtsaid the constable whose attitude toward me j once became one of decided friend jat wi i l Maybe rhadsnld I the Cox Youl jti may stay but the rest get OutIiWith of dutya narrow sense t lilted on sorting the mornings 5S before she made any Investlg InI Meanwhile the constable and I jcussedtbe case From him I 5that Rouser the postmaster learnedI f likable youngfelIo of orthsix who tiad hId the office for two or t v thre years r f The way he come to be postmaster ff was this His father bad represented 4 Jbis district In Congress for twenty It 1S7 ars req before he died The old man was an able citizen but never had accumulated much money though v t h8 pvetl1eboy a good education goodVbutS be seemed to lack the gitup and tohdb for hfmgelf After his father aSlrhlJ till It was all gone arid then Just a1drifted around getting a meal where he could and hisclothes growing shab SSAll liked him and was always trying to i find something for him to do Hed jrorkf belied it hut he rasnt thet 5pI kInd f a fellow to be teaming or gar i or trucking and it was the of a job to find something Sden1J1g lult him The old postmas add the politicians was aboutttpequally divided as to who was entitledIt ableiisuggested Rouser some of the f V womenfolks guess It was and first v thing you rknpw he had rt dont pay much only six hun I dred a year but Charlie dont drink and dont gamble so hes ben bleto SStts t JL get along On that well enough and he 5aint made a bad postmaster Hes a weak youngster and easily led andif herd ever got Into bad company I can see ike finish Lately Ive noticed b a t eeenied to be spending a llot of a thdiigh where it came from moneya Hfeppfc Is all straight Is more than I dn Jmagbie 55Wbata he been spending It for yvteOtl noticed him the other day wearing a Wg diamond in his necktie fe find be bought Jhiniself a gold repeater watch an4 bep always hiring1 horses t the lJvry stable and going off for 4drives In The evening One night T seen him buy a round of drinks that ThatsItt what tcaIspendlnt SS Maybe he met with an accident on his driveII4 Maybe he did but I dont believe it likely A fellow that can get along with women can getalong with horses arid while CharlIe Vasnt athletic or SH anything like that I never seen thel horses yet be Wouldnt driveIBy this time Miss Coxj had her mall sorted and turned to us with If you t twogentleraen want to see whats in the safe now Is your chance Im go lug to open It inJt ii IjAJ dgersand put them on the desk ea 9 inspected the cashdrawer of the sate Jt and made a tab of the amount She also xcarefuily counted the reserve sup fV ofstanps postalcards and stamped envelopes and added thcm to her tally Now for the dally cashdrawer iujgested thq constable Lets see If bes taken any of the cash Chats Just like a man snapped 1 Miss Cox How are you going to tell r tlll Igo over these pooka and see how J fBl b there ought to be VVell open the cashdrawer after Im through 4 looking There was nothing to da but wait beYloret being often interrupted by callers forI r1f the cash rawer hiuiit been d she said we a lind exactly sixteen dollars and fpiiyrelght cents7 In it In the presence or both of us she opened tho drawer and carefully count out its contents One flverdpllar ll two twos four ones and three dollars and fortyeight cents in silver and pennies were in the drawer Right to a V she exclaimed trI umpbantly I tbelleve you two are disappointed at not finding a shortage Charlie Rouser may have his faults but hes honest Whats that therVs at the back of e drawer asked the constable paying no attention to her remark The drawer one of those heavy wooden affairs with a circular pocket for silver had been pulled out almost Its utmost length Where the money compartments fitted into the back of the drawer little space was left barely visible under the overhang of the desk It was at this particulajj space that the constable was pointing Following the line of his finger aught a glint fyellow just as the en ergetlp Miss Cox gave the drawer a hard Jerk that brought it out to its full length She reached Into the slit and brought out a neat package of onehundreddollar billsfifty of them The three of us gazed at each other In blank amaZement 1What was a poor country postmas ter on six hundred dollars a year do ling with five thousand dollars care llessly concealed thus Where did he get ItWhere was he CHAPTERVIIb SA New Clue So Davis I concluded you see at every new clue points to Hugh Crandall post office t inspector sniffed 1Thq have they done with the womans clothes he asked I want to see them at once I had been anxiously awaiting Davis a litfttdI tI had left him hardly more than twenty four hours before at the ferry I was at the station awaiting him and led him at once to the little hotel The noise of lila coming bad been bruited 4ish obscure Jersey village there was s curious crowd gathered at the station ome of them even followed us asI tar as the hotel lobby pressing close that private conversation ItImpossible To avoid Interruption I ttook him at onco to my room and or dered our upper served there While we waited for it I summarized as briefly as I could the new features t the case beginning with my finding tthe post office freserted tie name missing from Lock Box 17 the suicide of tho woman the calling up of the Bridgeport police the testimony of the maid that the woman bad been crying over a yellow letter the dIs- covery at thq five thousand dollars in new hundreddollar bills in the cash drawer the Coincidence in the initials oNCook and Crandall that had first attracted my attention to the missing guest in the hotel his peculiar con duct thQ minute I mentioned the yel llow letter and his flight from the townI behind the fastest horse obtainable While I was only an matcur In criminal Investigation I prided myself that I had followed everything as faV as Davis himself could have done I doubted If even he wittall his shrewdness could learn the identity of the dead woman or could explain what the postmaster was doing such an unusually large sum left IthI carelesply hid in the cashdrawer My private opinion was that the money thatIwould find that Hugh Crandall was at the head of a band of skilful rogues who were defrauding the government More than likely they had headquarters somewhere in the vicinity Prob postjgreengoods or other swindling game through Lock lox 17 It seemed me more than possible that Crandall taking advantage of Katharine Far rishs love for him had snared her father into some nefarious scheme Such a theory would explain her sud evenIaccount for her fathers terror at the sight of the yellow letter that had re vealed to her his error The knowl edge of her fathers plight too might have driven her to try suicide Old Elser possibly was ope of the gangs dupes Or agents who saw exposure coming through Katharines activity and feared to face it The one flaw in my theory it seemed to me was that it In no way accounted for the second womans suicide and In spite of II vis prophecy that there would more suicides I was inclined to be leve that perhaps after all It was only a coincidence Learning her Identity I did not regara as half so Important as to locate Crandall tslmost Whtl r SSn riNO ONZ STtt2TfTb J G sTACThe celebrated Dr Alterncthy ol Loulw vtu firmly of the opinion that ditor generalS A reeeat medical writer cnys every feolin emotion and affection reports at tho accordinglyIt7 isthe4 indigestionormedicine can be better suited as a curative agent than Dr pIerces Golden Medical Discovery u rIghtundlrii Corona Calif Had IlUfJpr rom it off and on for sev Ifcmlyears I also sDffei rom heartburn did not know i I x tpedlclnetbuttheydlllr i t live I dfd not dare to oat as it made me worse Whpn k 4Sit fnlntJthurtuP4 told1 tat PIoreeg Roh1enMCQJgal Discovery I took fWa bottles of It find coud feel myself gPttirtg CnterfOlII1the unit drft I could oftt a llttlo without pal u9iidgrc- g y p strong fntt 2dy Iarastongand writ idcanda hi daworkHtlieate Car ateVerythllJtlhaveput nt r fiestyvondcrfully J will Iiy to all sulTcrorb write to Dr I r fjgMunz lIe has my lualTlns gratitude I4 A t fladeezmrinholyjoygl handed while Davis followed oth heertauinoyOdwascumoro Interested In learning who the dead woman was than In discovering CrandalTg whereabouts 1 have no idea what they havedonc with the clothes I said cross thiltlemeroom The inquest was adjourned nflS theyhaveundertakesforHe came this afternoon and took thetobody away I forgot to tell you that Crandall called up the Farrish house this morning and asked for Katharine right from this very hotelHeWhat he apathetlcally1 WIthLouseto anldThat said I tl abintItctpe you cent mehere under an assumed name What greater proof of guilt can you have unless it is fe dissioulThe man you suspect he correct ed with ru hipflywith our supper Tell the proprietor to comeup here II Z IIIIr 44exlook Closely at IV He Commanded t once he said and tell him to ring with him the garments worn bv the woman who killed herself If I bed dealt Mahl 1 Williams such an order I am positive would have paJ no attention to it but Davis was teed So quickly that it almost Deemed as if Williams had been listen ing outside the door the landlord appeared carrying the black coat skirt the woman had worn andI was something in Davis authorita ve manner perhaps it was duO to reI Bpect for his position but at any rate Williams brought tho clothes at once Theres no use In your looking these over I said They were care tully examined today and there is nott a mark on them The only clue Is the letterS on two blackbordered hand kerchiefs arid a return ticket to asto ftbe Bridgeport Tellers who answers her description nor are any of tthem missing I found out all that long ago ntoontlontoImy conversation I doubted if he was ev n aware that I had spoken With a small pocket tape measure beI wastaltlng the various dimensions of the coat and skirt He turned up the hem of the latter and inspected it as carefully as if he expected to find a name written there He did thesameI thing first with one sleeve and then With the other You say that she registered as Teller nod that her handkerchiefs II were marked with anS l he sudden ly asked me showing that he had heard all I said Both the landlord and I answered him affirmatively Where is the telephone he asked 11 want to call long distance There was a note of excitement his voice that indicated to me tbatl Abe believed himself on the verge of some discovery though what it was I could not imagine If there were any clues that had leenrevealed in those irusty much garments for his methods were toai meI1He dashed away to the telephone the landlord following I ate my sup per alone and waited Just as Iwas theitoIthat everything had grown cold in the halfhour he was absent Well I said inquiringly did you learn anything He nodded and calmly finished drinking his cold coffee seemingly with a relish- Expectantly I pat there waiting for him to go on He seemed not to no lhavel he had pushed back his chair and lighted a cigarette He always rolled his own and never before had real lied what an lIrritating operation rolll ing a cigarette can be made It seemed to me that he was taking en tirely unnecessary pains to have tho ends twisted just so Finally I brook no further delay and couldI with Well what have you disco cred Mr InspectorII supposed that he might have ob tamed a clue to where the womans garments had been some tiny thread by mnnufacturedI to run her identity to earth Little was I prepared for the startling dis coverles he volleyed at me so terselyI so concretely put that I could not doubt the accuracy of his Information The woman was Sarah Sackett spinster She lived on a little farm Just outside Bridgeport with her broth er Robert who Is somewhat older than she They inherited the farm from their parents and have lived there all their lives The brother is employed as cashier in a llttlo country bank morninghethe train When his sister left two days ago he came with her to the station He evidently is nat awaro greatIYsumably expected her to return last night for he waited over several trains This morning he was asking the staticnragent if be had seenfeer The dry matteroffact way in which he recited the facts he had learned added jo Ihe value of his narrative theinansdetevhelrnedItIt a sense of my own Iin capacityl All daylong the coroner the constable arid I bad beeri trying to ferret but the mystery of the unfor tunate womans identity with nraVj ir tmnre prop tiefi to draw uct1oxin from the li pvery few minutes had nonly learnedi r Identity but many other Imp r t facts about her jsor did it oc r to me to doubt tht truth of his Information The ai urance with which he spoke was Inl itself a suf ficlent guaranteeIHow ou s so quickly I as ed In amaze nt He smiled with that srlm tantaliz ing smile of his that it had seen bee His cigarette had burned Itself thacarefully In his fingers Inspecting itami as if to see whether ho could extract another puff before thrstWlng it away an oftdand tobacco preparattfrg to rolling a neWtOne Meanwhile awaited hisI swer in suspense Go on I contlnufl Tell me out It I must know fhow you did 11Tart cigarette lies In what called mis rection With a glaife from his eyes with a sudden mo ement of his hand he attracts your attention toJs right side Meanwh le his left is nIfeet Amateurs in investigating crime examine the ovid ace and see dues pointing In some dl section They fatlow those clues and fi4d themselves floundering They hava the right clues but they go in tbwrong direc tlon You read the evidence aright as to Miss Sackett claming from rBridgeportl cate her as Mary Janel Teller were uIal name Look here I saidlj yaucant ring me iff that fashlin I myself examined those garnknts closely There was no name In t4em and there no marks by which she OUid be iden tifled Is that soY There jas deep stir casm in his tone l And not only thbtden It I over siokefithere the landlord the corner e constable and half dozen others amined them closely It there vfQtQ any marks some one f ire surely would have discovered t em For answer he got up leisurely and walked across to a cha r where the pickedIup the skirt andheld it by the lower hem Look closely at Ith commanded Do you see nothing tb re I scanned the dusty loth intently and shook my head He picked up the coat and offered it graV ly for my in spectlon even turning It inside out sleeves and all i hppatientlyeither Cant you he asked overpleasant ly Thats where I fo ind the wom ans name Again I took up both arments and studied them but I wai positive that t here was no name of at y sort or any- thIng to Indicate a nan I felt that he must be simply jestii g with me You cant fool me exclaimed I would wager you a thou jand dollars to five hundred that coat hind skirt dal not differ any in the slghtest from Rltr k ikttBreathlessly Rushed nto the Booth ecelverIhundreds of other cots and skirts worn by hundreds of otl er women You lose he responded tersely With one finger he begtn to trace an almost invisible Hnfe on the goods where there had onebeen a seam Do you see that mark Yes I replied noticed that llong ago It simply tj cans that the skirt has been lengt ned or short ened but what of It It means more thlithat he an swered almost severel as If reproach1ling me for my lack f obaenatlon It means that a i tyeight skirt has been lengthened n Inch and a half Look at this cba The sleeveIt have been lengthne wo is a thirtyeight coat Cant you see how simple tho problon has become confess I cant see t at all II me state It forVou A woman from somewhere in Connecticut buys satune front a cloak and iult house that ordersIShe requires a thIrty ght coat with sleeves llengthened tw inches and a thirtyeight skirt let own an inch and a half Thats entngh to identify any persOn I must confess I still dont see how that knowledge wijl help you In these days of system every house that sells wor ICHS garments has elaborate card ind xes The great est expense they havi Is in altera tions They figure thna roll of cloth that costs so much will make so many suits of a certain patt rn which they will pell for so much in a certain length of time They figure on mak ing so much profit or the suits If the cJathlaUi right t le pattern pop ular land the price r asonable they can figure to a ccrtaint r on their prof- Its except for one fad ralterations Alterations require the time of skilled workpeople and also orrespondence and frequently extra express charges TIre aim of the mana Is to reduce alteration to a mini um For that reason he keeps a reci rd of every teration made Thisy articular dress happened to come f a store where I know tim manager ell It Is their busy season just no and I took a chance on finding him In his office II described the goods ir the suit gale nimi the size and the sort of alterai Itlans thaf had been inado on it andr him to hsv M ndA IIhonifo HSYO Kidney trouble and Neverr Scspeentt How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours thSxnent orsettling fa stringy orw healthy condition of the kid neys too frequent desire to d pass it or pain in e back are also symptoms that tell yor the kidneys and bladder are out of order frdWhat To There is cbmfort in DoIknowledge so expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfilts kidcysIbeer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many timesi during the night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be C4useofitsreDarkablej is health restoring prophUaaijImedicinehaelhe best Sold by druggists in fiftycent tJ an awmpitiYou Binghamtonrememberthennme Dr Kilmers Swamp BinghamtQIlN oxea up i xoia nai in all prao ility the woman I wantedHo know about came from Bridgeport Conn or near there It happened that only three of the eight suits they had made tram this piece of goodsat least the only ones Centered on the alteration enrdsha gone to Connecticut Of the three two were thirtysix toatssthey could be eliminated at once Tha third one hpd had the sleevesr lengthened and also the skirt The zes corresponded so there was very little doubt that It had been this woman who had bought It Miss Sarah Sackett the woman who committed suicide here But eyen so I protested still mar vcling at his revelations how did you get the rest of your Information quicklyihad given was In care of the express agent at Bridgeport Such an address In a large city would mean notIng but in a place the size of Bridgeport the inference was plain that the agent was probably an acquaintance If she lived in Bridgeport she would have given street and number I concluded at once that she lived In the suburbs near Bridgeport I called up the ex restlott Did he tell you why sho Committed s uicideSHe doesnt dream that she has the Inspector replied I put my ques- tionst in a guarded way and he happened to be a garrulous fellow who readily followed my leads All I asked him was where a letter would reach Miss Sarah Hackett saying had forgotten which rural free dellv eryroute it was that she lived on He told me that she and her brother were placeRouteed to make sure of an important let iter reaching her at once He told mo she was away explaining that he had seen her come down to the station with her brother and suggested that ilt might be a good Idea to send the letter In her brothers care and told me the address of the bank where her brother could be reached So you see It Is all quite simple when you know how I dont see though I objected how anything that you have learned In any way connects this woman with tthe Farrish mystery- I told ybu there would 00ather suicides didnt n concldenceabout tho yellow lletter she was reading I started For a moment I had for otten the strange tinted link Urn SeemedSackettI t mysteryr to find Hugh Crandall exclaimed I will not be content InIletters Weve got to find him Davis promlSdthet I had cleared away the mystery until hangIngNothing nothing shall stand in tb way Think what it means to me Tbo one I love the one who Is aThanSivIngunknown5 responsible I am positive that ho is guilty Help me find him Davis Wo must find him iAs I spoke Davis sat regarding me purredleJsurelYt 0imesasperItyof dlowlyHarding I told you that ono of the reasOns for my success was that I never undertake anything that I cannot tofindusing the malls illegally to terrorize people to driventowe will quickly locate him and his ao complice In crime Rest assured that t you can safely actionButbut I stammered what is your plan of action What are you going to do now Im going yawnInTheres nothing more that can be done to nightImpatient unxlousthough BfearspossibleIwas right donethatroom was that I bad engaged far him neXt to mineand feeling mush de pnrlngtasharp rap on my door Come in I called thinking of newtheary pteofficeYoure wanted on the telephone be14 J I J I had already talien on my coat and waistcoat and I did not rajt to put throughthel co atisI could think of only two persona hotelLouise t CranIlearned la regteryellow letter he must knbw that I was on his trail but having escaped om the village why should he corn natIiornehingt ItSaIJlethlnghappenedLKatharine father Perhaps both of them Or maybe Katharine had spoken again Perhaps she had given some infor matlon that Louise felt would aid In the investigation that meant so much for both of us Isnt it strange how fist we can think It could not have taken me more than thirty seconds to race from my room to the telephone booth In theI a periodllother queries and fears pursued each o thr In mad tumult through my brain Breathlessly I rushed into the booth and grabbed the receiver It WaS the voice of Ixmlsothdt I heard Faint though It was I recognized It at onceI and was Overjoyed to note that there was nothing in it of the sadness there would have been If the worst hadI KatharineI ed ItI I want you to promise me that you will drop your investigation at once and letunl to the city Whats that I dried not believ- Ing my ears If you love meshe was speaking slowly and enunciating with labored distinctness that there might be no rristakeyou will drop all Ihvestl gatipn at once without any questions Do you hear me Repeat what I have said so I be under IWordsage amazed beyond thought at its iIImport As I finished repeating It I cried Why tell me why but I heard the thud of the broken connection Frantically I called central I plead ed urged demanded that she ge the person at the other end of the wire again It was no use I called for the Farrishs number Centrall report ed Dont answer I said that t had been ailed Just now from there After w ry impatient minutes of waiUag aud wfangllngj she told me the call had come from another num her from a pay station I demanded that number at once and finally she got It for me It was a drugstore near the Farrish home The druggists clerk said that the young lady who had been telephoning had left the store I tried to get him to send a messenger around to the Farrishs to ask Miss Louise Farrish to come to the telephone He refused It was useless I was forced to give It up I emerged from the telephone booth perspiring frantic puzzled beyond measure at the sudden and startling turn in affairs tpendhave happened CHAPTER f A New ystery I was up wtth the dawn the next morning and downstairs to find a train schedule The only thought in my mind was that I must go to Lou- Ise at once I could not understand her sudden amazing change of frontIWhy aftoft pledging me to mystery should she all at once be as insistent that I should immediately stop all Inquiry I had lain awake the whole night pondering the sltua lion and seeking a solution What rea son could she have Who could have Influenced her to such action The first train I found left two minutes before six I ordered break fast though in no mood for eating and went to Davis room Ifelt that I needed his advice I found himI awake smoking a cigarette in bedIBriefly I related to him the telephone conversation I had had with Louise tho night before What possible reason could have influenced her to make such a strange request I concluded A woman doesnt have to have a reason he answered flippantly Iit seemed to me You dont understand cried Louise is not the ordinary flighty girl She has tho finest bestbalanced mind of any woman I ever knew She never acts on Impulse Bavls looked at me with that exas perating smile of his Kent ho replied when you have been married as long as I have heni you know women as wllas I do you will realize the folly of trying to find reasons for the things women do rer1sonan knew that the hobble skirt was an absurdity yet when Fashion decided in favor of the hobble skirt It was Worn I doubt very much if Miss Far rjrh herself could tell you why she a ied you to discontinue your InvesJ tlgation Probably she acted on Im pulse By this time she undoubtedly is Just as eager as she ever was for you to go on What would you advise Id go on said Davis laconically as he lighted anotherclgarette For a moment I was almost shaken in my determination to do nothing un til I had seen Louise It seethed as If Davis might be right Perhaps she had acted only on Impulse Perhaps her love for me had made her feel that the Investigation might lead me into danger But I reconsidered She had given me her love and trust and confidence She surely was entitled to full confidence from me I could not honorably continue tho investiga tion without first seeing her I am going to town on the first train I said decisively I shall do nothing until I have seen her And I shall go on with the Inves tigation said pavls with that exas perating smile of his Impatiently I turned and left him iJ choked down a cup of coffee and hurried to the station The journey seemed mljea and miles long though the train made few stops As soon as the ferry landed me In Now York I sprang into a taxi and ordered the driver to take mat once to the Par rish house Not until ve had turned into their street did I realize that it War Milt too earlY for mat fv In iiI ASk1 aJe ltLCOllOt 3 PER CENT 90a rPromcfcsfligeslioitciieer1ii ness and RestContaIns nclthr- rOpiumHorphinepo nor1iam- 1NOTNARCOTICa1 41ldoldfriL l1dtUtSie0 4ewf- t o 1Itindtrtlt ipcrf2ciRQfll2iy fortllT5flI- tlon Sour dtDLYrMJ g d EW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper r W4 z t Infants Kind Have Always Bought Bears the SigTIature t lt Ui ilThirty Years r i f Yopig Read what Cardul did for Miss Myria Engler of Faribault Minn Silo says Lett me tell you how much Jr good Cardui has done me As a young girl I always had to suffer so much ll kind of pain Sometimes wasj i so weak that lfco uld hardly stand on my feett I1t-t a bottle of Cardui attthe drug store and as soon as I had taken a few doses I began tto feel better t Today r feel as well as anyone can i TACES Thee CARW WomansTdnit Are you a woman Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities peculiar to women which in time often lead to more serious trouble A tonic is needed to help you over the hard placesto relieve weakness headache and other unnecessary pains ithe signs of weak nerves and pvervork For a tonic Carduir the tonic You will never regret it for it will certainly help yoU Ask your druggist about it He knQws sells it I Srffe to Irenes AdisO17 Drat Chattanooga Medicine Co Oiattanooec Thin for Sytctot Instructions ilome Treatment for Women J59 Ino o TARLJ1That question will be askLkltyon almost daily by business men seeking your iif you qualifvtake the DrijghonTrruningandshowAnrbitiofltorise t tt BWeIILs1fBookkeeping Bookkeepers all over onsIfrom 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically all U S offi cia Court reporters write the System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges t ach I1hyf Because they know it is ihebcst positions I ATCOLLEGEt RAUGHOfS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGESor Memphis or TcnnDJPaducahKorEYanavi1leibL seti = = ss a Physic Advise undigestediqodgentlerelllbrestomach b vel is of greatest possible Scacy in constipation iLdfeestion biliousness headache fevftfivne coUclkitulence ctcTry VF 1 VELVft urasc even on coca urgent pits Vslon as mine A few doors away from house I stopped the chauffeur and 1tho him drive up the avenuo to the entrance of Central park II dismissed him there and strolled aimlessly into the parkl would wait until ten oclock before I triedto wLouise Still pondering tho situation strolled along one of the park walls Iand flung myself on a benchby the lake where tho swan boats are earlYjto be alone and think How long I sat there I do noC know I was deep in thought that there neither sight In my ey s hearing in my cars Yet the eyeswill riot he tholr rights A feeling camo over mo that some part of my brain was trying to tell me something It 10rcefullr1yytey ss were seeing something wbJWi they wore trying to compel me ta Bo 1WhatwasI puliod myself together with a start and looked about me With an exclamation of horror lsprang from the b nth and gazed into the lake jjutt in front of me FlooUBy on surface not fifty f4aelt191 I had been sitting was the body of a woman Other sulclckw other suicides Davis remark ofHwo days bafor kqpt Jiggins my brain Other sotl cld s Katharine Els r the woman at rdwaYhs prophecy had ben right and was this Another in tflo terrible chalet I ran like a iOndmantoward tto vark entrance whore I romember- dIhad pa da policeman It was with roller tint t found hi 1Stlll f TLnJuriuu CASTDRIA f For and Children The You S t 0c r t I t FOte 1TfC eLrraun couasv cmTf Women wHh I take womans He anasipagriook sent tree services bustI denied whero HorneStudy Thousands bank cash iers bookkeeferr and stenographers are holding good as the result of taking Draughons Home Study ATALOGUEor prices lessons tBYPresident Nashville Tenn Forfreecat alogue oa course write Naehvillo Knoxrille 4 an and ard the an was nor tho through LAXATIVE I J UVEBSYRUP i Lff thelnkeImy shoulder He tan back tti the lake with me and CogeUrt ve waded out In the shaJIL j 1harror1j nor corild I have told whether she was young or oW dark or fair I looked at bet now with More than- InZrestwiti a fueling ol sorrow of understanding Thodeed ofKatha tine Famish bud brought mo to a closer sympathy with unfortunate per sona lpfluneed to Steak death As 1 aDdttdrhad rfrlv n hot lo drownlne To bo continue IIt3ne r JJclllh PPAcoollaJe uiammy of ante bellnm days went Into a ehbo1 store and asked ora pair of overday shoessmall ti1st Tho clerkl selected a pair of mens hoary plow shoes for her and she seated herself to try them The clerk remained standing in front of liar Shelglanccd up and asked Honey is you all gwlne to stani dare while I tries em ont The clerk answered Why no auntie 111 movpon If you wish St She sId asedo honey cauM lao whlte folks raised and lee kinder skittishcaPcst I v OryFOfl CASTORIA F-