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ESTABLISHED t r W1883 t t 4 t J j C f1 f 1 i HEW SEWES VOL IXrNO 31 I SPINGFIElDYASHIf COUNIYERJJ1JCKY AUGUST 111912 r i Lili t THE KINGDOM A PRIZE t Matthew xili 4453rfAua 4 Srd ff fin the Kingdom of God and Bit riI1tfOlUU and all ttt things thall adjd unto yqp Uattheu tli3 ODAY we have further precious lessons from the Great Teach 1I er respecting Hit Kingdom The parable of the Treasure Jiid in the Field Is not one of theI pjkrablef which Jesus expounded His exerCISttheir judgment of jig meaning under tfiejnldnnfer of the Holy Spirit and tfe light shed upon 1tObyother Scrip ture Indeed there might be more than one application of it but our preference of thought Is that the Great Teacher rrerrednotl to Himself but to those whom He in ttructed By virtue of HIsown cove nantf sacrifice the Kingdom was al ready promised to nandne In Ift win si t cnvr7ff c wn 70turn In the apthers name was RIGHTI1XJSNE35w Inviting those who V had ears to nrnClltM Iand heart to np q preciate to e come members tISis Kingdom duB 4 He recommends that these view the ElugdomtSh9Uldpl atter the Reek tint lIiK tlon4of this para dam GM its rtjht t rble Suppose Inctheir journeying they saw a field for sale at a certain price and suppose upon examination they found It to contain a great treasure The treas- nre might consist of very excellent soil especially suited to their purpose or of a valuable vein of precious metal or of money burled centuries ago nut iorgbtten add not belonging to the owner of the field more than to others 1 who ought Ondltln JHich n case anyone of ordinary Intelligence would be oppossessed to ncqnlre the titleoSo the Master declared to those who heard Him then nod to ns who re ceive His words now that He bas In formation to give respecting a Great Treasure a Priceless Treasure which can be obtained only by the expendl tare of greal energy cud the Invest nrl1eTbetp cceptingLthe terms of discipleshIp we may be come not only ports of Jodbut heln c r t God and jolntlieln with Jesiw Christ iiourLord to Ills luaveuly Inheritancel t ec A Pearl of Great Value i Mfi the day of StfAJor pearls werel i TnQngat the mostttrelou or jewel hd the larger and uiore uenrly peir 5tect the pearl the greater Its value TMP Great Teacher used this familiar a tthe luiMlx forn le suu on the J W the Klnirdoiu The ilerclitiae Parnble ritu d a Pearl so su In every rpsi ftt that he couxld d1tcheap to give everything that possessed to become its owner This said the Master illustrates the value of the Kingdom with Its glory honor and Immortality which nui r ON II qInvlUDJ an elect 1 = ilntlVi little flock t dfltto share with Me klx Those who prize It properly will show f their appreciation t by the amount 0 they will be will Itet1wealthy or poor ilearned or Igno tf Htnnt Influential or n pwrr uf 4enly freaaurc most otherwise the cost 1 1ufr xjf this Kingdom Pearl will befals all The wealthiest or most talented person In tbeworl tould not obtain a share in that Ktugdomif be kept back ccIfofthe Kingdom Is selfsacrifice even t 4 unto death jand nothing less will se cure It Nor would any sacrifice that we could make secure a share in this Kingdom for us except as ourS ncrl t1t flee should be made acceptable t in Gods sight through the precious ji merit of our Redeemers sacrifice 4 The Parable of the Fish Net AWare not to thhikof the Kingdom f as a net but that the embryo Klng i resemble a fishing experience y v clom rwlth n net In which were gathered alll kinds of fish TIiU Is u parable of the embryo Kingdom because It relates to teCtlon with the finding of the little n T KlngdpAgo 4 has not ben seeking nil kinds of pea ple He hits beau rolling drawing es peclally nhd dealing with only the r I elect only the saintly eriOsvu1yr Ii4 NM51lfle from worldly ambitions p fofte hecntise religious syRteuts sVopd timtrliuonlai field others becat- 3focnl privileges And standing oth ers been use they would tie religion us i cloak for business enterprises etc The parabje tells that when the d LadjHie fish sorted Then the fishing ittttied Who can SlY that the opportunity for entering the net as one of the true fish Ottthe kind tint LOrds enl1Wboits full assortment of chUrchlanlty of eve y style will not soon be drawn ashore that thU suitable the elect may be fathered Into the Kingdom 3 Los iA gold bracelet at T Rock bridge or WillKbprg decp 4y iiiatiohi or orT the pike help i Jerome Colvins and sun rn is Yocnms Initials lL Y Mat ti Yocnm Return ti Sarrtfor Ypcum Willh bur Ky or tSiN office Potetfs fjri yad Tar zxsiiq i l v TilYEi f t I f JI 1 l t p rII I r COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERVISOR Remarks ofiJ Coates Stats S tiupervisorSouthern School JournalII ItTIIELAW 4SITheCoonty Board of Educa tion shall have power to provide j wherever iit 4eemswse for the employment of so pervisor fr tthe rural schools under the su per vision of the County Superinten dent Itshall be the duty of the said supervfsbrs to assist in sup crv sing the rural schools to act as substitute teacher under the direction of the County Superin tendent and to act astruant offi tiers in accordance with the laws governing tlie attendance of upils in the rural schools and hh such other rules and regu lations as may be made Accord ingl to law by the County Board Education The CPunty IBoard of Education shall have power to pay the necessary ex enses of the County Superin and the said supervisors of rural schools while in the dis haspof official duties THE REASONS FOR THE LAW Kentucky is spending annual Iy the enormous sum of over 3000000 for rural education practically without supervision There are 9481 rural teachers jin the service of the State 1441 of whom are beginnersi and each ne conducting his school in his wn way Fiftytwo cents out of evory dollar of State taxes go to public education the school fund has increased over 1000 000 in eight years the salariesl of rural teachers have increased until they ayerage 4860 per month CI S2 10 larger than tne average of salaries of city teacher and yet10 spite of the heavy tax on the people and the lUrge increase in teachers sal i falJricompared to city schools What is thecause Clearly one of the causes if not the chief cause is lack of competent direction of supervision of the rural schools Experience in all the varied a tvities of human lire has shown conclusively thatany con siderable number of persons en gaged in a given work must be s supervised closely if the best results or even fair results are to be obtained One Of the plainest llessons taught bv political economy isthat a competent oversber must be m charge of a given work iif a number of workmen are engaged The reasOn is sim pie some workmen are dishonest some are incompetent and all need direction This principle is true ot the factory with its foremen of the railroad with its general m tuager and division superintendents of the army with its generals its captains and its lieutenants of the uni versity with its presiQnt and heads of departments of the city school with its sop rinten denta its principals and its generalLand special supervisors it is true of every business that is a success The rural school and the rural scho6l alone has failed to take advantage of this simple principle of business or gan zatiun and as e direct re suit the rural school is one kind of school that today is the pout est of all our educational insti tutions and the poorest and most uneconomically managed business in all the laud If any Bother business than this one with all the wealth ofi the EState behind it were managed so wastefully trad soextriavagantly bankruptcy would surely follow Tha County Superintendent cannot supervise the schools of bis county His duty is to ad minister the laws and inspect the schools This officer is 4omg a great work for his county but he cannot supervise the work of theiindividual scbojls In many uf the counties he cab visit each school but once each year and then ouly for a few minutes Tte rest of the session the teacher ia left alone without ay help from any source Often very often the children lose a whole year of schooling because of an incoin- pelent tea her If school super vision is to be effectlwe the sup ijvfsor must visit the schoos at least once a month discoyer the make18uImprovementslaud on by frequent visltdrhr knowledge of eacn teacher that his school is to be visited fre andIupon to the superintendent and Board of Education will tend to put him on hjs mettle and to rousein him a desire and a determination a that his school shall measure up to the best in the country Boards of Education and trustees cannot supervise tha schools At most they may oc areIeven if they were disposed to do 60 They receive no compensa tioni for such duties and they do not feel like giving much of their time to the school It is tooIjiucb to expect trustees to form themselves on modern complex school problems A great deal of our school teaching has been mere cobbling and the financial administration has been of the spendthrift sort It is not too much to say that 25 per cent of our public school funds have been annually wasted fa r waut of expert supervision Kentucky is spending enough money annually to provide good schools for all the children of the State but yet our rural schools are a little more han half as good as they caube made on the same funds The teachers need and solicit help in their work The ma jjority of them are young and about onethird are tteaching their first or second school They are as a rule earnest and willing to do all they can but they do not know how andjjsoon become disi ouraged eitlior giye up the vurk entirely or else settle to mere keeping x dliVn for a few years They direc lion sympathy avch as only ij e1rhebd Jper1visors and who can irafi them while 1Withest udyof teachers the rural themlaresay the least Tha scho Is are poorly graded jReeords are loosely kept and faoits inaccurate trrItlgullf1redyear81I iii A consideration r jof all these facts led the recent Legislature t to clothe the CoDiitl Boards pf Education with pouer to provide for efficient superv ion iFORS LE Willison the Willteburg and Chaplin turnpike 100 acres on one side1 anl 130 on othpr1 side nf pike J Good il vellio r hou e and tobacco barns tiuiber on bfth tracts acres in woods jood orchard and all impro melts necessary Will sell as a xvhyl or in sepr rate tracts No part of thu county grows higH r grade to h icco and all this and is rich and ready to becul ivattvl S BJYOCUM TEACHERSINSTITUTE T Conducted Last Week by Prof L N Taylor I Great Success The Teachers Institute closed Friday the 26 h inst It was conducted by Mr L N Taylor Supt of the Dayton City School whose experience as Superintendent of both county and city schools enables him to present with ease practical uptodate methods in all branches It is to him they are indebted for the excellent course of study now in use and for many of the improve andIdried educational system of the jpat We are proud of our pro fessiou as teachers when we know that such men as Mr Taj loiS have devote their lives to its ennoblement Mrs Eubank of the Southern School Journal aid Mrs Ohas P Weaver of the School Im provement League delighted thjj teachers of the county with their presence and their excel ent addresses Kentucky owes lorIirces to the uplifting of her man bond and womanhood lhe fojlowinff resolutions was adopted The thanks of the Institute are hertby extended to the cboollfortho week 2 That the thanks of thi iInstituteledIrll to Mrs Ov P Weave r lor till mnot excellent address 0 School Improvement as well for her general interest ini 1as pertaining to the impro thfelschooltJ3 That the suggestion made by Mrs Weaver is heartily con curred in by this committee that a janitor should be employed tat each school in the county that his services should be pad for by the county 4Q That weBS teachprs lush and urge our best ci izens to stand for election as trustees 5 that we endorse the night I Jhools of Rowan county aia 137weinsin Kentucky That we indorse the corn clubs organized all over the 7 Thatweindorse the Htatejekej of the Southern School l and think it strong factor in the development the school sys tern of Kentucky 8 That we endorse the gestion of Mrs R E Ehbank iin regard to contributing t the LouislteIr r idinfluencepuipils of their respective dis tricts to make their donation as Urge HS possible to this very worthy cause 9 Tbat we urge the teachers of the county to stick ate closely as possible to the of study as prescribed by the State Board ofEduaiun in or dir to obtain a uniform course lib j the schools of the county ntj that we urge the holding of Associations in various parts ofIf the county in order to advance the cause of education in tb IsIcounty and all progress along all ines in our state 10 The banks of the insti tute are hereby tendered to Pro Taylor for the able and compre hensive manner in which hn has r vtJ I Tii IIIIII i Bj 4Eshe I I MonLirty upst 19 1912 il1 I 4 1 II I1 1 1I II l by I I I I I II i I1 1II I ii out ILFEVfR A puUI rvrii tIHD 4EPR2rhfSt 4TILL574WmR i Pa r tac W4O tWAT JNTF T1OfAlJ3O I ga 1 I ROHLY BREEII the I IUITHIIUI Sale held under cover Some of the Sows are bred to my fine B ar Defender This is best lot of Durocso ever offered at auction t IdI Write for CatalogE S MAYES J1iIIr L ii i aJ S f itbet i advanceD tQt the schools of this toDntjJ111 That thanks of this in stitutp are hereby tendered to Fred c Mayes for hUyery efficieat work as Secretaryt and paiddt H 12 That we extend purhig 1 LottietCelia RbettEo1formusic rendered libe intituie during the past t I Miss 4l1aJonesPMiss pn can Miss AjinlsQsboUrne Geo Neikirki ejMr Edt cQU jr g petition in itbe form of reao1utlojijyapesn t iJlfinituersI present Resolvedr 1 That we ih teachers of Washington Count knowing our qeeds hereby ret quest Mr Bush W be baa pot previously contracted I for oiir instructor for our institute during the year 1913 that he employ ProfG W Gol vin for whom we have a felpw feeling and whom we It nQV to have the interest of the ieaclier WashingtonCounty Emma Niindu Chas B Bottom 8 Fred O Waves Laurent OUrian Ella Duncan GdA Neikirk J H Hae Fw ar din w s Colvin Kate OSeW maker J M Wjiliama Jennie Redding 4nna Jones S E Wolls Evelyn Royalty Ijklrs RuddLizzie l i jNaomISII Edd Scott Ethel Barlow Cr delia Wbitehonse Ida ffaydon i Addle tyae Yeager Maggie Thompson Minnie Manu i1othSutherland Vernon Dedman Btiigil Wyc off Pearl Clay oke Ada Arnold Vic Oa KIAJ t Makes 9WcJriancrI ne hundred and twentvpoundampre i e less of bone and musile don t ke a woman Its a good oujulaiion t into it health and strength and may rule a kingdom But tfcatg t what Electric Bitters give her overComingfainting ling weakness nervousness back e and tired listless worn out feelIwElectric Bitters have done me a rld of good writes jUza Poo pew Okla and I thank you witliJ my heart for making sbch a good t medicine Only 50c Guaranteed by Haydon Rdbertson Ten Things to do in July 1 Rem mbtr when you lav the crops to cult ate shaU low and leave tbs land leyel dont cut the roots or make difches 1 f 2 Plant peas in the corn as you finish it and plant all lands not otherwiSe employed to some x manure bV feed crop 8 Bund a silothat is ifyou t ve made any provislpn lo fill Clean up and patcb about l l e barn 4 Gel all hay crops nude elter or in good stacks Take re of the straw after tbtesh v ing Begin making arrange iments to care for the corn with p the useless labor PI Jodder f llIng J 5 p b Keep on planting in tha lirdenpatch of late roasting ears andj a patch of popcorn 0 Have a consultation with a lady of the house and set that the scr ens are all right that she has d tireless cooker d that bnt get w lA3rJw ith1 ttcarrying ittlIfjj 7 If a farmejs1 instlfatet is ld in your nergliborhpqd pr if ere is a round up institute in c ur State arranged to attend 8iJe p coB yvatchpn a J the bye stock see that f the i hor esareltthrifty the pi i Iti Iflti IinotJ 9 Arrange for a acatjoiUi jt npthibg mojBri than a day 5 i uthfg or apicpfc Tpccaaionalll the summer 10 Keep cpoV poVittcalTy ft 4lp1 physicallysboy lt ont Xet exited itbo y eresident and let ypar lfeal pffloer be1 filled wlih locompeteiit =trme I H tIIj1 4f t1c q f rTheWerkjeEJ JIHIJ r rcf1 iIi iJThe We t BablUblii ukf Pany has paejr4le under the head of ThOIl +0f99u ts Iving tbenajer f bfbr Iistat tesotthef T4kIhjhyear 1908 sa the t avcigs y Arrit appears that a1orewTT decided by the Cti of AS if Kentuckyh 9 byioflpreths urtr Df t4 withi the fexasax ar rfour ju gee Keatiiolc 1L seran rrfJe aVEgen 1e 4 kea Ji hfjliioplr Court ot tblgtest i UrI n ihecoutryitied redand l fS lUpremeMlk1ssippiomes1c o e bitao ulOetee ciIe tHi ili ot each Judgr 7 lUrIng thfe t fi i yearsfl OthOUsndobj iamid eig t 1 i dcedoy the Court of Appeala er kfctuQky 1n whichl pprearrwerenndtre4i UifJIb I P Hobson wro toi9WaIn pnethousnl aVWIflYflime W or nearly r1 fo ftthose 4tcidedr From thee O5 it appears tbat J dg Obso br r rrea nurnbeofopjSj l 04ID tha perld nirnad ib aajuther Supreme udgesetire country His opfogpf t carefully prepardrilactJp learning and I9ltrJas a jodgj and hisatralrnifl the administration of Justlc Tbe te 1 Xe RQlalKl t bar baf lilftdrdotgI Ce8 of judge poiag the rare eXpi1ene Wr Inamdustry a IFJ + his terotf of oiice jixif of oar Coactpf elsdll fQiac lo I iLcJtJ l f ih uZ ia ta riiihti ALorroitbolds + Lebot E i prise 1u iiJci dL7 Ijij i etj As stated fn the Herald letweek nomoer of iftritaUois ele aent ptheoftizf Hte byS JNewJiB 7 I a bl ind bzlffgeoutkeCjj river COraTjJtrAccordingi liquid refrabmsntr attifttfi at L the eipjreMfoffiot btd Xtw y Aevening and ti kmere pM9scbedbrle Thec1Ua t wssi iJ fid of the co wI IIt wu w5 iJropo5e to bltbfIl w ere so indiui t p4 posed violation 9f UM local Ion la in Their aiboth4tt that tney prepare tlm vn lot any emerger tlM 1Hacowner whete it WM fJamttd to tOld lhe gatheriag xItiae4 J let hIS prernisea bae tsr t I purpose andMY c4ies Okd theuselves N GhuJr antageSl tfie iaiiirtibn otprosc4 eighborhood tr w l1St Biisi4jlicatlone l fi burg Cnlef JMtitquid cud piMhf pifiie ill ttefexpress oc lj claIrthat l darSl 4ndrrJbarrert ri whXPfttil Tuesday aIIw Iw aINto tha b1indbrI4jirI hine TIIHdaJ fceI rt lfthw wert ss i he proo uaiato W fitaUi a if 1ir t I sttitJtN ot th l lir4IIfHerald n II i mNEWSUADEA IPIIIGm y 1 r jYHT TYQ JILY MIl I IIE JOSEPH POUR Sditor id PibJi here The ChaIrlIlo the Board of t t PriMJiCMiBtariotiers has a ataieaaent concerning the granting of paroles to prisoners Qeof the corSotitions is that the I p ironer must have served mor thin the minimum time before te Is e1 lbI8to parole Prison aersr andtheir friends are warned agaii Pp ying persons exorbi ta t fees lot their services 0n the ground that they have hfluence wl h the Prison j Ii vd and says that the poorest coi Viet black or white will have boarIts111em powerful prisoner The statement has the right kind tioftipRto it as under it the poor unfortunate will have the same l chance as the wealthy one r5 IPrJwn doors should open to the merit of the convict and not to r the ligoldenkeyu Matsahilp the Emperor of Ta 1 pan deaa He bad been em peror for along time and takes r a place among the great rulers a of the worldahd under him the Japanese Enpire flourished I Hilltt 7 Mr Charley Lee Grundy and t t SunJday MrCb s Litsey and wife ofPleasant Grove and Mr Gil here Don hoe and wife 1MBowrGoatley of Gal veston Texas who has been the gust pf his parents here win wreturn Thursday Rev Colley of Springfield delivered an excellent sermon at the school house here Sunday t afternoon Jfcv Wade we un derfitand will preach here ngx r Sunday afternoon tYr Will Beam and mother were guests of Mr S E Goatley and wife Sunday t Mr Edd Kelley and wife visitr it ed the latter a parents Sunday j Air Shuck McElroy of town 1Ylfl here Friday looking after 1 his insurance sin SsHe alpurchased ten shoats from 1 r5 rest solute ytot 50 Mr and Mrs Sam Tucker e tertained Rev Colley at dinnerr q T S natty i Dr Hyatt of Springfield here as Monday t lrr FromAnotherCorrespondeut i Mr Howard Goatley will leave todaY lor bis home in Galveston n ITex after a two weeks visit wjth his parents Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatlev = Master Hampton Montgomery j laas been visiting his gran- y parents at this place Miss Ruby ONeal is visiting TIherin Springfield MislThonias datum spent the jattet part of the week with her i VJiUtei1liMrsW F Moran i Ruby ONeal F p ant one night Mrsw G C Donahoe MJS Clarence Settleof Maud vaa JD on midst Saturday Mrs Palmer Goatley and son 4 oft guestsyr Iffei Th IHifljs itIleikiM ily JOIUifcealthy SJdaejs Make impure Bloody Weak and unhealthy kidneysl ire re sponsible for much sickness and suffering kidneyIcontint v serious ras suits are most ljkely to follow Your other organs may need at l ten on but your kul becausedshould have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly year eu arga4eIf you are tick or lee b1dly1t begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers 5wamp Root A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of Swamp Root the great kidney an r ItIstandsWehighestbccaaseitsremarkab beenJshould have the yobestSold by druggists is and onedottxftyeGatd You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a pampbltt tclUnl you athow to Ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this Iape when mtlug to pr Kilmer Co Binghamton Y Dont make any mis take but remember the nameSwamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you f something in place of 6wamp Root if too GoO will be disappointed Mrs Wash Tucker near Spring field Saturday Mrs JR ONeal and son spent last Wednesday d Thurs day with her daughter near Pleasant Grove Mr Robert Haltingly spent Saturday sight and Sunday with Gilbert Harmon Mr and Mrs Charlie Litsey of Pleasant Grove spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs C L Grandy Mr DeeEdgerton was here Sunday Rev T J Wade of Spring field will preach at the school house at this place Sunday after noon at 3 oclock Everybody Bess Settle of Maud and visitor Miss Mary Forrest of Louisville were the guests of Mr Palmer Goatley and family last Thursday Mall Carriers Will Fly This is a age of great discoveries Progress rides on the air Soon we may see Uncle Sams mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mail Peoi adisIcoverywhy Dr Kings New Discovery forJjJ Coughs Colds and other throat llung diseases is the most popular andt cane in America It cured me of a dreadful cahgh1 writes MrsJ FI nTjavis Stickney Corner Me after doctors treatment and all other meI dies had failed II Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Fenwick s Mrs feallie Hamilton and Mrs Manax of Frederickstown visIt- ed relatives here the first of the weekMrs Retta Connor and son Harold and Mrs Bertha W LsI andWednesday with their aunt Mrs Georgann Anderson Miss Verna Eogers spent Thuisday with her sister Mrs Bert Fenwicktt Mrs B b Graves and children were at Mack iille Friday evening Mr and Mrs Omsby Tune spent Sunday afternoon with Mrand Mrs Sam Shew maker and Mrs China EumpyIMisses Mary Ruse Janes and Annie Shewmaker ard Messrs Steve Bepley and Hnrry Jaaes- vlaltedat Tatham Spnjips Sun day Mr and Mrs Kent Rcgers and two children Donavou end Dollie and Mr Sand Mrs Bert Fenwick dined with Mr and Mr Will Ndlly iijid fauJy fion aagMr and Mrs Clarence and son Mr and Mrs SirLLanbnm ami children ancfi and Mrs W J Lanham l family were the guests of and Mrs William Jeffries Sun day daughiMrs Dian Smith and rsjThadSUOIdaytwo daughters Sadie and Louise visted Mr aid Mrs Win Fen Wick Sunday Miss Verna RCgers spent the latter part of the week with her cousin Miss Mary R Janes Mrs Ethel Hal ker and child ren have returned home after a weeks visit with liar father near Mackville Mrs Rubel Connor and son Harold of Petersburg Ind are visiting friends and relatives at this placeiMiss Leona Graves and broth er Bargia visi ed their sister Mrs Bertha Lanbam Friday Mrs J D Sweeney and granddaughter Gladys Sweeney were Springfield Friday Edgar Anderson had the mis fortune of losing a dime horse last week Miss Emma Adams is very ill at this writing Mr John Kelly was the gut of his fattier and sister at Litsey Sunday Mr an I Mis Lufi Bailor and children visited 11r s tteidu Lar ker Sunday Miss Maggie Smith began her school at Uillsboro Monday Mr and Mrs Frank Graves and children and Mr and Mrs Edd Graves and child reu were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bob Graves Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended church at Hardins Chapel Sun day Mr Kent Graves has returned home after an extended visit rwith friends and relatives in Cnt Mrs I1 S Sutton visiud at Louisville Sunday M rlR E Shewmaker and sterII 11ICosts Log IA Boston man lost his leg from the bite of an insect two years before ToI ave t such calamities froin stings and t bits of insects use Bucklens Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and present inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises Only 5 cents at Haydon RobertSon Notice dAll persons who made purch ases at my sale are hereby notiI fled that my books are in the hands of Jas C McElroY arid they will please go to him at the First lljtttThal H ink and settle W D CLAY BRO- OKEVCASTORIA For Infants and ChildrenJThe Kind You Have Always Boughf Bears thef dR i + d t 4 t 2 Y t 2g4 d d t91 tt t 4fi ft 5 1 fj i4u P t in our dens end Buys Clothing fi Herther Bluds j Hart Schaff er Marx 25 and 30 suits 15 12 j Wellworth B and 15 Suns for fill u 1250 Suts for ii 50 Every color a nd style in Boys Knee Pants Suits going at theIJ SlOCO Suits 1600 se 00 Suits at5 00 5 00 Suits ttt 350 400 Suits at 200 c Cut in RusExtra Supe 4 Ingrain Carpets 70c Extra C C Ingrain Carpet 50c Union JIngrain Carpets 40c U Yar s Mattings 12 12 to 30- ei 912 ft inister Rugs worth for 2000 912 ft inister Rugs worth for 1900 u 912 ft Velet Rugs worth 2200 for 1850 J up IT9 i r a H of j r l St Vl yL Y1 91 V1e V V1 V1 41 i YS Y1 Y 1G 91 1 yGl9i 4e 4i 4c9- a FROZEN DESSERTS When company coming and a disk of extra quality 1sI Baked Alaska will be highly Get S one or two quart brick of vanilla Ice cream and make a marl Hue of three or six egg whites and three or six tablespoonful of powdered sugar Cover a board with white paper lay ona thin sponge cake turn the ice cream on the cake whlh should ex tend a halt Inch beyon the cream Cover with thtf merlngi j and spreaC Place In th oven brown quickly U a hot van A cupful of cruihed ma roons added to vanilla ice cream befcire Ills frozen bard makes a d Banana Ice Creamr Remove the skins and rub through a sieve four bananas add cup of sugar and one and a half taf espoonfuls lemon Juice and a quart f cream then freeze Chocolate IM Cream Melt one and a half squares of bitter chocolate and dilute with hot water pour easily add to a quart of ci am then add sup of sugar pinch df salt and a ta blespoonful of vanilla j reeze Strawberry Ice Crei a quart of ripe berrlei and strain through a cheese cloth dd a cup and threequarters of sugar and a pint of cream with a pinch oft salt and freeze Milk Sherfattr This Ili a delicious frozen dish that is rich Hough to sat isfy many who find Icjb cream too heavy for the digestion Take the lulce of three lemons a up and a of sugar and a quart f good milk freeze The mixture mi f curdle hen combined but It will ize out and be ta smooth as velvet fl EIi a J1 LAKE COII i IN ft jlJ GOAL GRAINFEE Iii1 Ii i t ff- k Iii r all with coal fork in this jiseYI s a or buy itIBe 1 f sure to have coal andyour save mo ey Juv O11 ng So G IIb 1 1 1 I B D LAKE 00IIJ Sf7f7t7t1k d ts1 1dc t u9 4 1tfOd d9T Our Annual August L I Ir1I FOR NEXT 30 DHYSir Clothing Everything 4u1VSupe 1000 2500 2250 Uctouil thin half Dress Goods One lot mercerized Silks worth to 50c for 20c One ot White goods worth up to 50c for IBc Muslins worth up to 15c for lOc Ginghams worth 12tcand 15c for lOc 36 Percales for 7c- 3fi inct Mesaline Silks 95c i Mesahile Silks at e Prices Specially Cut on Table Line is Nap kins Crashes Deed Prices Carpets MattinSs fD 11 Ipad wagons Loaded grate why forked L Ji 1 KnckelbOclil1I DEALERS d l v 9 jf Farlety of I 5 I beg your pardon said the young woman in the quiet street snit as she Lccldcntally knocked the elbow of an up staring a m o meat she reached out her hand with i great jingle of bracelets and chate Lucy she cried haven o n you since we were graduated from school three years ago Why Ifs Corinne isnt it said the quiet girl with no great enthusi asm It has been a long time how ire you ITo tell the truthsaid the young shopping for my to be married soon Why how odd said the other with a little smile Thats what am doing too- You dont mean it cried the girl with the chatelaines You never seemed to attract the boysI mean you never had such a trial of them as some of us did Wo alwriys said you would surely by an old maid Well Im glad you got a chance at last Id have been married a dozen times since those days If Id said Yes but believe me I wasnt going to be In a hurry Just took my time Because f knew that there would always be plenty of chances for me Im jnarry very wella young man who has ling position with a big firma Hark r Larker Barker Qh cried the girl In the quiet sutt Yrs know of the firm Will you tell me what position Charlie has something to do In the t Are you buying these laces In Qulred the quiet girl Arent they pretty Yes Just got some of this yard stuff said the girl with the Chatelaines negligently Tarrying a f am I have to dress accordingly atid Charlie and I doubtless will mingle with the best society You wren finding anything hero that you cave t toIbuy are you You always were such a quiet mouse of a thing with no stylethat is mean you did not cam what you woret t There are some good laces around onfthe other side only 25 cents too andEtheyd trim very well In a quiet trousIseau such as you are getting up no t things In order rorof course I lia get a hal dozen of everything and let it end there and Just a dress or so expect itO need evening gowns Its a great ra1JBponslblllty living up to Charlies p sltion and When the head f t the firm asks us to dine some times Im not going to look as though I had to buy a dress for the VQur flanco ffv well ac ft for 912 ft fox 12 for 912 for 912 for 19 12 850 for with the heaa ot t lie mm the quiet girl Why said the other a trifle noyed course he Is That Is wont be long before Mr Iterk realizes that he cant fb without Charlie in the private offices Charlie Is mOdest and does not put himself forward and no doubt the other men think he Is Just one of but he Is waiting his Why the firm doesnt much Is on dont look at all tired for a Still I small plain outfit doesnt bother one much does It dear t Oh J have been doing It In a leIs urely way for some time now said the girl In suit To think of you really getting red the girl with t always thought you take up work or go as a or How excl Ing It must seem to you when of course you never had it Some girls Just seem cut out tar old guess Charlie wfshes I was a little more that way from the tlmo he had over so many rival Are you going nroind to look at the laces dear Why no said the girl In the quiet My cried her friend How foolish of you to so extra va Igant when Isnt Now with It is =Heres your parcel miss a sales woman the one her a tiny bundle An Isnt mine hero yet asked the quiet girl Lets see mused the clerk Yours was the ten yards at 3 a yard wasnt H Nom not By the way snapped too girl with the as she stuffed her scrap of lace Into her bug who are you dear A I suppose or tr farker S Hnrker you know SPURNING SHE =Girl Won by q Youth Who Her ball and Get Knot Tied a dare her frlerida say Miss May Emmh Corbat r on South Main street became tho bride of Jesse T Rose of at Both are in 1hoI twenties and In their ro towns On his about 450000 left him by his Ho owns two Be fore he was ho worked as on tho trolley lino and and often fares from Miss Cor t other and wlth Mr Rose at the annual ball M C N G in the ar go and get married Miss Corbat to be dared left the armory with Rose Rev Albert Todd pastor of churckwas routed out bed and he tied the knot fitter which Mr arid Tire Rose to the dance i ki Oats f q I h3 50 at 12 50 3 00 at 200ft J 2 50 gradeat Si 50 200 grade at f f Oxfords putnps and ftJi i 912 Velvet Rugs worth 200Q 1650 Velvet Rugs worth 1750 1250 9 Tapestry Rugs worth 2200 1750 Tapestry Rugs worth 1650 1350 Tapestry Rugs worth 1250 1 912 Crex Rugs worth 7 of up ma be It me of tr of at SHOES 1 y 250 pair of W L and Low Cut in the h t i lpat Dont foil to come audftsee these Also a full line of Florsbeim low cuts We have d 1alo a lice or toysand chuol 25 per pent off fine Lace Curtains Paper arAlmosttfalPriceII rrf and3lreceived beautiful line Mens fevery pattern i iCun ingharnDuncan 4FA ra b1C5yaV0V 99r V1 9l f desired appreciated add smoothly and goodsized mCrush Towels Buying Laces counterI Italdeyes ImItrouaseAblm CorIinne coursef Ive doubtV tImldearcourseiexpectations occasio- nrkeit quainted Inquired il themselves opportunity trousseau Charlies supposei hequiet exclaimed chatelaines settlement missionary sonfethlng expected maidsI winning cheaper waitingforgoodness necessary different Interrupted voluble handing Sixtyt yetVchatelaines marrying bookkeeper quiet4111tHarderHes DARE WEDS Collected FareLeave Wlnstcfl ConnOn mcthcsTorrlngton midnight recently tearly popular spectlvo attaining majority recently oIgrandfa- ther automobiles twontyono conductor between Torrington Wlnsted collected thdevening Company regiment CupidIasserttCalvary Baptist midnight refurocTd ror Iii2 Straw i4Strawollowinggrade grade 1S 100r JILadies White Buck iI+ 1000 800h Douglas Beacon Shoes lcIUdlDPother shoes large girls 4sellingWall Co iI N11 11 w tNK tA HSNSK r PUBLIC 8LEPo- rsonaiPoporty f I i n df OF n At the late residence r mUIs on thtlPlum Run pik e we will sell to the highest and best bidder op rWednesday August 2lf li9l2 t The following land First trait 155 acro including residence and toutbuildings and second tract about 75 acres on EaSt side of pike Both tracts are in a high state of cultivation Each tract will firsbe soldseparately and j acceptedj j a P one roan filly two bay geldings 2ye rs old 3year0Idbaygdding wogewea and 9 lambs JackITRnMQTn iioo j u rtl persbnnpropertYbalance one and two years equal payments For further particulars address C Rl J S TICHENOR Administrators otDnielTichenor IRF D No Bloomfield Ky NNM1wNISN N ti S t1Ma1 NNNVO N tNS NWry t i i caV pleasant reiMdjf for Cfn hs and all Bironclinir affections It congestion and soothei without any thing tn thp nature ol n kJHas been in use for more than yiears jand in that time ha been andrihri Kr leading Physicians bq s wihd Uqited Stattv fiRONGfflWie is the ideal ex pcct ra We are not ask in prji you jtp experiment with st nu ll l t xall for BRON k no substitute trial wj convince you that s BRQUCHILJNE is the best Keep a bottle in your home tyb sizes 25 and 50 cents 1Haydoc Robertson t 4 Haydon ilUillett It PETERNLAT RllHkl ON ai I DaIlyLouisvillev IF7 only 150 Iz r iTT T r DR G T BURTON j fl K IDENT DENTIST All Work Guaranteed PHONE 102R j V kIi 4PrIffaan fUock upstairs a SPRINGF1ELDKY 1 i DR JCJfUD Physician and Snrgeon Office boars 8 to 9 am ito2pm Offices over Haydons Drugstor WFGB1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office overPeflpIej Bank i BPRINOFIELD Kf D MW HYATT i Office over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 m to 12 m 4 to 5 pm TTJMcWHiJAMS Notary Public WILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty d JOIINY1MAYS RIIEUiU N i oiittfFOir R AND LICENSED EMBALMER = j TELEPHONE PAY ie NIGHT T4 1 SPMSFIELD KT I t bR WFTRU8TY PRACTICALS lOENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Pental work reasonable prices 2 A work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY iif T OMMER TARTS 1t4 i The Uttlo old tas1itoned tarts are toe tinning to be revived and appreciated The dainty little ruby Jeweled cakes ire such a delight especially to chll dren and no childs party Is complete Without a few tarts Raisin Tart Chop a cup of stoned raisins and add a quarter of a cupbt ihayed citron Add the grated rind J md juice ota lemon a cup of sugar nd one egg beaten slightly fill small paltry shells with the mlitjire and lay i few strips of the pastry crisscross over the top and bake Cut rounds of pastry an4 pair fheni offuslng a thimblp ta cjit three cir des out of half of the rounds spread with Jelly after they are baked and I press the round that has the circles taken from it over the other The r jelly will press up through the opening Int make a very pretty tart Orange and Pear TartLine a tart Un with pastry and bake Take from the oven and fill with sections of or iinge leaving a space in the center nIl this with finely chopped pear l freehll sugar gar Dish with fresh leaves of mint If that Is not obtainable geranium leaves nay be used Ambrosia Tartfc Fill tart shells with the sections of orange from which the membrane has been removed i sprinkle with freshlygrated If cocoanut and powdered sugar Cocoanut TartletaLlne some tart pans with pastry and fill with the fol J towing Beat two tablespoonfuls each of sugar and butter together add a beaten egg and a tablespoonful of rice 41 f flour four tablespoonfuls of fresh grated cocoanut Put a tablespoonful of the niliture In each shell and bake When cold decorate half of the tart wlta chocolate and the other half with whlto frosting andplace a strip of citron or angelica on top l AUNDRY H1NT3 1 4L Soaking clothesover night din solves some dirt and softens It all so- 55that thexlothlng washes much easier abecause of tfe soaking Place the f white unstained clothes in a tub of dluke warm soapy water allowing them V to soak an11our helps much in the washing y When washing woolens there nrfj several things to remember Never i Sto put them Into very hot or very cold- t water it shrinks them j Never rub soap on them as It knots the fiber andhardens them Put them Into soapy water Never wring or twist them with the hands Squeeze the water out gently with a wringer jHang to dry in a free circulation of air Out of the hot sun Press them with moderately warm Iron on the wrong side with a pIece r tjfPaper or muslin between the wool Bnahd the Iron t Scorched linen may be whitfened by wetting the spot And letting it lie txposed to the sun Rust stains may be removed by lam on Juice and salt left exposed to the suns rays Sometimes obstinate spots of long standing may have to be treat 5d several times but patience will re move them t i Washing FIuIdTake two ounces salts of tartarand powdered borax IIcallonof boiling water and a half pint of ammonia after the fluid is cold can of potash To useSoak the clothes In cold water then put In- toiaboller a half cup of the liquid wit I sufficient soap dissolved in it and 9 boll the clpthes a half hour take out and rinse and blue The clothes will seldom need any nibbing except tho r1 d kkTOWN f g WiiHM3Wtfehfrroftre mwilr WV LocI Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest J AIIAboiit Yourself Friends t and Acquaintances t Il Q44t 4I4U Ice Cream Freezers and Water Coolers at Barber Pettus F R SALEAU oak washstand Apply atthis office New FdltHats in wbiteand colors Mrs Williams v C L 6rundy r r 1 has for saleSsows All good ones The old tried and tested Per fectiou Coal Oil Stoves at Barber Pettus Mr Geo Mullican purchased of Mr Harry Shaded his bouse and lot on Doctor street ofldoubleofl Remember we have everything new in summer felts Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs E R Dragoo are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter rooms over FrTWOS store arid 4 rooms dver 1 J Thomas yL A BURNS The Valley Hill school will open next Monday August 5h with Miss Nellie Thompson as teacher The Road Grader which has been on the streets in Court Square for almost oie year and was nearly hidden by the weeds has been moved to a back lot Quite a number of business houses iu town have been paint ed in the past few days and the town has taken on a new ap pearance IOST Between Springtield Lumber Co andy Wash Tuckers a pair eye glasses steel frames with gold rose piece was in clasp case Return to this office Marriage license was issued this week to Mr Arthur Staton and Miss Nannie Burns Also tto Mr Vm Mattinglv and Miss Macelli Wall The intermediate class of the- ME Sunday school will serve ice cream and cake in the Courthouse yard Saturday afternoon and oyening 4 to 10 At any time during the monthof August we will fill your coal house with Jel lico Block coal at 16 cents and give 80 Ibs to the bushel 15 cents on track W K Marks Sons Still Growing That ihe tobacco business in Washington County is still in the increase iis evidenced by tho fact ihat the Sprin gtield Tobac- Co Wareh u e Co are adding to ihe size of thou plant a new addition 86 x 34 feet is now under constructon Tre new building will ba used as a storage room and has in ita large basement and an clevator TOPICS sd4MtZ MM I DR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 234R leers 8 to 12 t to 4 Squire Hendrens Court A special term of Esqpire Hen drens court was held Tuesday at Willisburg to try the case of the Common weathvs J L Ben dricks charged with maintaining a nuisance by leaving the car miss of a dead horse near a neighbor The Commonwealth was represented by John A Polin and the defendant by Jack McChord This was Jacks first appearance in Court and be Cob ducted his case like an old law yer The defendant was held to the circuit court SpragueDuncanThe oUlna1 contained the announcement of the approaching marriage of Mr Wallace C Duncan to Miss Mar garet Sprague of Louisville The wedding will take place sometime in the fall Mr Dun can is a son of Mr and Mrs G D Duncan of this place and is now an eiectrical engineer at Newark N J while his bride to be is one of Louisvilles most prominent young ladies She has frequently visited here and is well known ShaderMullican Mr Geo Mullican and Miss Eddie Shader werE married at St Dominies this morning at 530 by Rev P F Hennessey Tbe rattendants were Messrs Parry and John Shader Im mediately following the ceremony they ttook the early train for a short bridal trip The bride is a daughter of Mr dos A Shader and is a young lady poscessiug many charming attractions wtiite the groom is one of this city s prom inent business men OBryan Quite a suddendeal as that of Miss Anna Bell 0Brym which look place at her home on last Friday afternoon She had been in delicate health for sometime but tte immediate cause cf hri deatn was heart failure She was about 40 earo of age and a daughter of the late Frank OBrvan Shewas a woman of noble Christian character beloved by all who knew her She is survived by two brothers Messrs Robert and J W OGryan and two sisters Messrs Teresa and lmeldaOBryan- Tunnel Hill Picnic The 32d annual Tunnel Hll Picnic will be held Saturday August 3rd Toe L Nwill soFi roijnd trip tickets from here for one fare iTI1IRI PARTY 1 Launched at Springfieldi last Saturday Delegate named to go to District vention onIj Last Saturday wa t til8nll Moose day in Sprin fieldas ibo Convention called by about three hundred citizens was held at two oclock that afternoon Although the conven ion had been well advertised and hel petition signed by a lare num ber of voters yet the crowd in attendance fell Short 4all exj pectations and the ohej present failed to make up for smallnessj lot number in enthusiasm Thou Shalt not tttal the slogan of the party fai1cl to resemble even in mini turd itsI advent into the world sa law of men amid the tn nders of Sinai Mr W F NeifiS rk called the conventior to ordei and was electedchairman and G U Wharton secretary Mr Nei kirk madea stirring spe ch which would generally have s irred his hearers to applause but the crowd did not seem to ive the enthusiasm that was xpected Prof JJ McWilliamsoi dred the following resolutions w iich V readopted Resolved That we nhesitat ingly denounce the audulent action of the political osses att the Chicago National Conven tion and the action 4f the Re publican National oramittee which made such actim possi ble We believe that their action in unseating dplppi UPS chos en by the people arid seating in their stead persons whJj had no claim to seats in sal conven tion was a crime again popular government and a blat the very foundation of ourepublic that the pretended n inination of William Howard T ft is not binding on any hone t citizen and that no Rcpuulica is under obligaion to support iw We believe that it is right and Just that the people shpuld have an opportunity of voting for the man of their choice or Presi dent arid that they have been cheated out of said rigjit by the Natipnal Committee d National Convention by unfj r unjust and dishonest means We believe that hac The dare Roosevelt been accorded honest treatment at the COIl ention he would have been de lared the nominee of that convention as he was beyond dQUht thF choice of an overwhelming mo rity of the Republicans of tIle UI ted SI We approve the a4oi ofalesI Roosevelt delegates in l1lanl1l fr cominittjdWe fur a district convention on t ie part of the IuosevpU suppor ers lob held in E iz uelilto ij on the first day o August It 12 to send delegates 10 the cd cago Con vention on August nil 1U12 and instruct our ddegats lo said con vention to vote only for such measures as wil dd v nee the interests of The dore Roosevelt and leads to his nomination and elecioii as Presidr t of the United States Twenty tiine mifare named as delegates to the District Copntioni at El atetutonI jj A Committee wa appointed == = 11 c a t COLIj11i lANDII SAVE MONEY Beginning August 1st 1912we will fillIIYour Coal House with High TENNESSEE COAL at I II JQC per Bushel on Car or 16c doive ed Ji 1 i I I IbushelI YE I THE COAL DEALERS I J nitteeIjourned T PERSONAL Rev W H Williams of Glas row is spending a few days here IM and errs Ralph flicker sun a d family are vis tin fritnds and relativesat Wood lawn Miss Margaret ScannelL who has been visiting Misses Emma fcnd Julia Polin has returned to her home in Louisville VanArsdale Noe who been quite sick for the past week with appendicitis js improving Miss Lillian Sisco of Bards town has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Pearl Connor Miss Brown of Bloomed iis the guest of Miss Abnie Laura GregoryMiss Louise Barber is visiting in Memphis Tenn Miss Sarah Barber has returned to her home in Bardstown after a visit to the lamily of Mr J L Barber Mr Evan Hagan is ill with typhgid feyer Miss Elizabeth Carroll is tho guest of Miss Margaret Simms Mr Stith Thompson whohas been spending a few days here ret rned to his home at Indianapolis this morning Stub will enter Harvard University this fall to take a course in English Misses Alice and Sue Montgomery entertained at euhre Friday night MI and Mrs Neale Boblitt are visiting in Indianapolis Ind Mr and Mrs J J McCabe wore in Bloomfield Tuesday Miss Altheaire Simms is ill with typhoid fever Miss Myrtle Howe his re turned to her home in Louisville accompanied by her cousin Miss G1ads Walker Miss Godie Vulin of Lebanon who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Ln Borders has returned homo f ttov II S Judson and wife of Sba psbufg Ky are visiting Mrs Hudsons uiothfr Mrs Alice Thompson Mrs SallS Selecman and daughter Miss Lucv are at Lake Chautauqua New York for a week Miss Suaid M ura tta foiuiorly of this place but now of LouTsviHe wll occupy thdr home hiie they away Mrs Gross anpl two daughter of St Louis Mo are camping at the old Booker homestead now the W D Claybrooke place this wectr Mrs J Jf Watts left this morning for a visit to relatives in lijarikfortMisses and Susie Blan ford ItIe returned to their home in Tennessee after a visit to Miss Nannie Simms Mr and Mrs Robt Graham left this morningfor New York Miss Mary Taylor of Maple Hillris the guest of friends here Mr Gundy Mayes and Mr and Mrs N P Thompson are attending the Harrqdshurg ffair Mr Ry Kentvick who form erly lived here is ill with typhoid fever in Lebanon Mr Ceo Green and wif of Louisville attended the Shader uilican wt dding Notice to Clean Up Premises In view of the fact that the unusual rams this summer have ctuied a heavy growth of weeds on vacant lots and other places it is ordered by the City Council of the city of Springfield Ky that all property owners and t nants wi hinthie city of Spring field Ky cut and remove all weeds debris and refuse matter of every kind from their respect tive premises before Aug IllJ Alsoclean and cisinfect all privy vaults pUls or other places upon or about their respective pldces that are obnoxious orunhealthy on or before said date of Aug 1 1912 tOn that date the City Council will matte a thorough inspection of each and every premises within this city and will order prose cutions instituted against all of fenders or violators e the sat i tary ordinances of this city This July 28rij12 J C MCELROY Mayor Copy attest IE B Noe Clerk OJ STOElAfle4heliii ji 1 +r70 urr i Ii i a1Ill I SEMIANNUAL t r I I I I CLARANC- I 1 t IIAll Summer Goods Must H IIj1j1 IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IIREDUCTIONS Z Ends Have Aecumulateckin eachiIcan buy them at t j d I I IYourI Own Price 1 lL Suits 16 to 19 yrssize 293 and 98 of small sizQS in Men s Suits for35O thesuit i These suds Oiain tly sold for 10 utd S15 Sailt IILot One lot Mens Hats Half Price i Vi t V lit 3 and 4 low cut shoes 11 and 2 per pairr IliLOt Indies Skirts at half price lLadies Shirts Waists at Reduced PriesMuslin Underwear at Reduced Prices b t Suits for 298 and 398 formally sold for 1660 IIIIadies12 and 15c Lawns go for lOc a yard Dress Goods arid Silks at bargain Prices Prices on Cotton and Shirtings y IJI f Reductions in Carpets Mattings Rugs Linoleumf5 Wall Paper Lace Curtains and Draperies Call and tt I be whereIconvinced that you can buy cheaper i here than else i IIIJ Goods Charged at Reduced Prices j I INoROBERTSOR GUY lOME 60 ff I T IiWORPORATD r r 1 t b 1 I ZABINIrr to mo Its raining duffodlls In every dtniplvd drop I see Wild flowers on the hills TItiouds of gray engulf tile day And owrwholm the town- It Isnt raining rain to me Its raining roses down Robt Loveman AFEW UNUSUAL DISHES For those who are fond of Devon thlre cream which may be whipped and served on berries or used as pudding suiicc the characteristic flavor Is enjoyed Scald milk and allow the cream to stand tljirtysix hours skim and use either plain or whipped Madison SatadCut up four cucumbers into uniform cub s add a small onion also cut fine two tablespoon fuls of chopped parsley and pour avecI this a French dressing Serve In mato cupsIOrange FluffsFor a light biscuit for five oclock tea or for a luncheon dainty mix a baking powder biscuit dough roll it out In small circles dip cubes of sugar in orange Juice and plunge into the center of each Add a brushing of melted butter and bake Serve piping hot Baked Potatoes Spanish Style Bake six medium lzed potatoes cut open lengthwise and remove the contents Mash the potatoes with grated onion butter and salt and a little cream or milk Replace in tho shell put a slice of sweet red pepper on the top of each and brown in theoven Strawberry Filling for Cake Bnt a cup of cream until stiff add d third of a cup of powdered sugar and a pinch or salt Fold carefully into the beaten white of an egg and add a halT cup of mashedstrawberries Japanese Salad Remove ripe bau anas from their skins cut tho fruit n cubes and mix with green pena and French dressing Arrange the salad In the shells place on lettuce leaves and garnish with slices of banana overlap ping Jt Daring the last of the apple season when the fruit becomes wilted try treating them as we do potatoes which have lost their moisture Let them stand for several hours in cold water It will freshen them up wonderfully- A convenient fire starter is atln can of ashes saturated with kerosene It Is much safer than uslrifr he oil A teaspoonful put Into the stove with a few kindlings Hoea the work A mixture of ink and olive oil put on to rusty black kid gloves gives them a new look and th jowenr longer When sewing on buttons on chit Irens clothes If tho thread Is waxed veil it will last much longeras It can jot become watersoaked i Fruit cocktails make a delicious first course for a luicheon ora wedding breakfast The comblnntldn of fruit may please the palate d the designer the Juice and sugar Is all that iIs need ed for a dressing A datyty and appetizing salads pre pared from tiny youhg beetfl cooked intil tender and served onleftucer with a French drcBslUtrj Anotner prelty salad simply a thick slice of rosy tomato decorated with a rose of mayonnaise piped qn It and then sprinkled with chopped pnrs I1i 4IiI IIBEMEDETTI CO 3 II I I fPS t I I 1Newflestaurant1I INowoJENI i 3 I CQUD DRINKS At all times We are located at Campbells old stand 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unguarded I t tfyjiiK tftpUnf any omec And h j Z l Yt U1l11uaiuSloIl- uI l L I there bmtbet he had a Windfall of some sort and the minute he got the money in his hud he Just couldnt wait to go andteli the girl Somebody would have known It he gta horse at the livery stable would thay not Ok thats neither here nor there Ha might have gone on his bicycle R generally keeps It over there IIn tha nowjthouse oItIt caraa to me that If Davis had thowght It worth Awhile to go to the m Widow hightuJdncHII Cox for directions I told her I was going to see if Rou ers Wheel was missing and made my way jup oae of the side streets to the in mood eTldentlyhaclruftled anything but a I communicative If 70ranolher of those dotci- ve men coming prying around here she said you might Just as well get out Ive said all Im going to sayS and thats alMhere is to It 1Plealdont mistake me for a de tective I said as pleasantly as I CoxIWereIhJl btccle when ho went away and knowIand r knowing as well as I know my own faca that she hasnt had a man friend for eleven yearsslnca Aleck Thomp loa died As for Charlie Rouser going away on bis bicycle I dont know nothing about it All I know his wheel aint here but be never kept Iit here anyway He always kept it down to the poitlofflce With that she shimmed the door in my face but I went away well sat isfied As I walked down tile dqsty path of the socalled street toward the hotel 1 reviewed all I had learned howmatedsented my facts gathered in the last twentyfour hours which were thelet Hugh Crandall was aware that we were on his trail fromLo9IleotuI to jo to the Fairish home Ha had so intimidated Louise that she had asked me to withdraw al once from the inquiry Acting onher fears he had persuad ed her to accompany him to some place Iin New TeraerJLode Box 17 was used for the mail of some one who had taken the alias Glj1TMaico trnsttAll the mall that came to that ad dress was taken care of by Charlie Rouser th postmaster Rouser was in the habit of going at frequent intenrals elther on his bicycle or in a buggy out on the road tit led away from the station Rouser when he disappeared un do btedJr had gone away on his bi cycle Everything to my mind pointed his baying gone to meet Crandall Bow to account for the fact thatt Rouser had riot returned was still a pder to me but as I reviewed Cran dalls connection with the chain oi persons who had been driven to death I found myself believing that It wu not at aU out of the range of peas bltyty for Crandall to have made away with Rouser for fear of betrayal From all I had learned about the missing postmaster I was convinced that he was weak rather than vicious and I felt that he probably was an innocent party to the nefarrous plot of the yel low letters Davis story that It was a crime of two persons after all wasI only a theory When the mystery was cleared up I was positive that the only criminal who would be uncovered would be Hugh Crandall I shuddered as I recalled that Louise even now was somewhere with him not exactly alone to be sure for the car was driven by her chauffeur but itill It was a most disconcerting thought As 1 approached the hotel I saw a buggy stop before it the occupants of which were Davis and the constable As Davis dismounted I heard him say to the constable Tonight at eight- Ill be on band you bet said constable as he drove off II quickened my steps and overtook just as he started up the stairs to his room Ive got some great news for you himIflung himself on the bed as if utterly worn out and lighted a cigarette I had expected that be would be eager to question me but this did not seem lobe the cue He lay there with eyes half closed as if unaware of my pres enoei as I was at his seeming In difference I wu sure that when I told Ida my amazing sews about Crandall ad JU eoverS about epce f i tj pi MAN AD llE SOILl tMt SrKfIart eT luiila author of the Common Sensed M lAdt1r ivrt JarOlIOt the farmer treat hit own bdrhissNshskd he cuklvate He puts back in phosIiewfcai be tafeas wt k eref or the lead would grow poorpI Htmtt + U put back late hi body the vital e1emdfa urjd br later M by iUbealtk induced by some chronio Piirtt bsays the great value of my Doctor L 41pId Mdll Diseevery is Is its vItalizing power It tIivcs Itrcatth- J x net tie ioo4 It Is like the phosphates which suppi I mhiMiim that build up the crops The farreaching action f 3MTii r PicrccVr QIds i Medical Discovery s1It 4e aMflweli Md wtfii of dlfiMtloa and nutrition Dst F I PW6a Sa tba itaa Mbj8tft ced through the stomach A bilious pen a r TUMtcafah sjI IM Je by the liver to catch up wbea overworked retiOfed1i1irdkiJrLKr ef Perth Kansas says I will hero add my testimony etyour remedy upon myself Lwas troubled with Indigestion numersn J I 4 aIgktwith the pnln Inmy chest caused by gas on the stool 4 weak aofthtet scarcely any thing although I was hungry nearly all the t MM fh DlscovIwithout aaa have gained fiftiin pounds In weIght 1 lOU feJWT sad wtl you alt succual tnopr iood wok i Jp Aci wizu u e ezuituaU7 arn led I took It for granted that his rmbod was due to despondency over his failurel to find either of them 1 have soon Hugh Crandall twice no three times today I said by way foundfuthowRouser post tofflce Yes he said absentmindedly cfledltppalentlrI teknothat came to that address Davis without answering reached for another cigarette me1 ng it from the butt he had been amok Ing His nonchalant indifference grated on my nerves and I lost my tempersj Confouhd It Kent he said with considerable asperity I was so busy tthinking out something I really didnt ear what you said Sit down and ttell me all about It Mollified by his apology I sat down on the foot of the bed and told him the story of my day how I had seen a man going into the FarrIsh home and had recognized him later aa Crandall or at least as the manHughI tad registered at the hotel as how I had been barred from the how I had discovered another yellow letter suicide in the park how when I returned to the Farrlsh home after Crandall had left Louise bad told me f the theft of the scrap of yellow pa hadlettIoi I had seen her again crossing the ferry with Crandall in the chine how I had returned to mIway and had learned that Lock Box 11I was held In the nam of Henry Mal post1ICox and I had determined that when t1nw 1 1i 5 The Minute He Got Into the Room He Flung Himself on the Bed he disappeared be had gone off on hist bicycleoFrom all I have learned I said InI conclusion I am convinced that ser was the tooF In SI probability the Innocent toolof Hugh Crandall In carrying out his nefarious schemes drandall apparently had him take theI LockBoX 17 mall to some agreed meetingplace It would not surprIseI me in the least if Crandall himself in danger of exposure hadI made away with the postmaster I am convinced that Crandall is aware that he Is being watched In his des peration he had the hardihood to visit the Famish home and to abstract that fragment of the yellow letter lest it againstIsucceeded in terrorizing Louise by the same methods that ho used with her sister so that she is trying to die suade one from pursuing CrandaUI Rouser when lie left the went sway on his wheel on the roadI that eads from the statlgn If you tolI low that road with me perhaps we can find him Pretty good for one work dont you think daysI Not bad said Davis if only you would not persist In mistaking your own deductions for facts but you overlooked the most important tact What do you mean You didnt happen to find out from Miss Cox or from the Widow Smith did you whether or not tie missing postmaster was lefthanded Whats that got to do with It TftII cried convinced that as usual he was amusing himself at my expense Much more than you think he answered gravely It was the knowl edge that the criminal must or least one of the pair must have atI a lefthanded man that gave me one the most important clues In this case Confound you and your clues I exclaimed Where have they led you What more do you tfhow about this chain of crime than when we started He listened unruffled to my tirade and as I finished remarked calmly I only know this much Constable Dodds and I are going out at eight oclock tonight to arrest the missing postmaster and his accomplice I know where they both are or where they will be tonight You may come with us if you wish And now I am going to get a couple of hours sleep I expect we will have a rather busy night of it As he concluded his amazing state ment he rolled over on his side and closed his eyes and in a few seconds was apparently fast asleep CHAPTER XII The Ride In the Dark Not since my eurly boyhood has the terrible tear of darkness come over me as it dldthat night at eight as the three of us set out front Ardway The mystery of the Journey too added to Iits terrors 1 had not seen Davis after his startling announcement of his nocturnal mission until he cane Into the hotel diningroom for supper Jilll through the meal he had laughed and chatted on all sorts of immaterial sub sects influenced undoubtedly by the fact that there were several others seated at the table with us There had been no opportunity for private conversation between us before w 0 left the hotel together a little before eight for a side street where Dodds the constable was waiting for us with a vehicle We had lingered at the table until alUthe others hag left Just as we got np Davis turned to me and In a hardly perceptible tope asked IHaveou got that revolver I gave youV its ttrhstalrs I answered In the ItJg his hip pocket but you may I tautened upstalrs to get tilt weapon and when I returned hewui aLu am IIh jmie ffi4 aroufcft tne corner mm imbuckboard With Mdfla crowded In between drov the le XCadingbOWDPIthe ltrbrIfort had been made o cultivate them tarIt red only one vehicle of any sort tramIthe distance behii d us Iln Turn out whispered Davis to Dodds and stop u4til It has passed us 1 The constable drepr In under the of some trees It was pitch dark the only light coming tram an ancient lantern hunk oveY the dash t foardnearaer Davis unhooked the lantern and legsiraincoat he was we ring The mobile dashed by is apparentlyautoI aware of our presence bavl asIi o tnDodd perhapt allittle stone cottage j catling In a clearIiIng under the hill IIti Just beyond ereV said Davis a note of Inquiry In his voice Yep said the actable Mlllera Lane they call itIThough In eyes was no sign of a road odds about three h fundredpulled the horse si rply to the right and we began aBoei1ing a rocky lane th hilIWaftthe constable phecli 4 the horse Jumping out quickly the inspector a eIzecthe lantern nd dropping back a few paces began makIng what ap peared to be a mln Ue examination of the road rTaint much of a road1 the con whispered toe while we wait d Its only used or logging though hen we come up Jere this afternoon there was automob e tracks both go- Ingl and coming Any Idea who made them I aiked 1 Nope but I gue a he knows with a gesture in the direction of the lan- ternt light Just then Davis rejoined us hang- IngI the lantern otef the dashboard again Instead of esumlng his seat he knelt on the floo of the buckboard peering down at tie road as it was dimly revealed by le lantern Go ahead slowl he ordered As Dodds cluck to the horse Ij leaned down besld Davis and asked What did you fli d IJustThe automobile is somewhc e ahead of us Whose Is itr yfjtMy ld he denied no Ilonger Hitherto i had kept silent hoping that Davis would confide in me the object of strange Journey Whom are we ming out here aft r I asked j The postmaster md his accomplice of Is his accomplice Im afraid I m stated the caseIsaid Davis with a grim chuckle postmaster the accomplice The other is the mastel criminaLJWho Is the oth r tJIa moment before hesltaIwithIheard him answer I should not be surprised if we fo rod Crandall some wher In the Tlcln ty He continued tq peer down Into the mIIplatgaijtop here her called out authori tatively The deserted ittage is at least a mile farther on 9lunteered the con stable f IWJI11 walk ltj said Davis We cannot take any ci ancea of the wheels being heard DoddB pulled cff the road and fas i What Did You Find tened the horse a tree Again tak- Ing the lantern avis made a search of the road fins y returning the lan tern to its place ifter carefully extin guishing It Come on this way as quietly you 5 can he dir ted Ive got this I said showing him the little pdckel electric light with bfflcejKeep it In yo ar pocket We may need It but It better not to sho lIght f a if we can avoid it I put It back it my ppcket and took the precaution o placing the revolver Davis had given ne lathe sidepocket of my coat where it would be mor easily available Davis moved off soundlessly throdgh the clearing with the constable H close at his heels ntberehadso we could se41 hardly twenty feet ahesd of us This alnft tha direction of the cottage whispered Dodds- I know I wjiht to find something else first Davii explained keeping straight onthrotfgh the darkness 11keT a hound on a fin ah scent hundrt us up short wit a sharp Blat As we strained ou eyes into blackness we made out the shape of an automo bile Just aheaj Its lights had been extinguished an Its engine was dead Wait here I avis again commanded p as he crept illently toward it to make sure that the tonneau wAs un occupied He is back with us in a a thLetyoursIent lie whispered at the lighting a cigarettecIs that safe I exclaimed in sur prise amazed that he would dare to smoke when he t suei1 p Itorecautionserefd Sure he replied laconically Who- eVer was in that automobile is at leastmhalf a mile away by now The glass on the front lamps Is nearly cold Itwant to see the number though We may find It seful1t Taking my little electric lamp ho advanced toward the machine again flashing the light for a secopd on the number and then peering by Its light i tontostraightened upI thought soIt If It was safe for him to smoke the constable and I felt that It was safe or us too to relax our precautions nd together we had advanced until we were beside himpWhat did you find I asked won exclamationI replied eneiIgmatlcally The manner of his answer provoked me and I determined then and there o have It out with him pLookbrought you Into this case and Ido not llike the way you have acted about It have freely told you everything have discovered and ave aided you stepImore about It What Is it you wish to know he asked The constable edged nearer or fear he might miss something of our conversation First where are w poinsV To what is known aS the deserted onIthat was built for a shelter for lumbermen or quarrymen which was It Dodds totberIused by either so far as I know for a dozen yearstpostImasterHow Bicycle tracks he answered with a chuckle You were not the only person who discovered that Rouser when he disappeared went on bicycle In facts Kent you are a little slow as a detective By the time you had ascertained that much I ascertained where the bicycle tracks led to and had even gone so far as to have Dodds get warrants for Rouser and his ac complice I still do not see how you got evl dence enough to get a warrant lor- Crandall Did you find him out herewith the missing postmaster I didnt say I had a warrant for Crandall replied the inspector sharply Did you ever hear of a John Doe warrant IHow do you know they urout here now Basked Well soon find out Come on he answered starting across the clearing almost at a dogtrot There were many more questions I wanted to put to him but there was no opportunity and besides I doubted much If he would have answered them mocIquarter of a mire or more he enticeI J nowJ led unIderbrushfollowing a trail we felt our way along th6 silence broken now and then by the sound of a bough bent back or a rustling leaf Soon the path brought us out on some rising ground Ndt fifty yards ahead of us appeared the deserted cottage Thats it whispered Dodds Ssh answered Davis here We stopped there Just at the edge of the underbrush peering into the darkness straining our eyes to see and our ears to hear From the one window In the side of the onestory log hut a dim light shone proving that the place was either occupied or had been very recently As we became theIdarkness I could see that there were apparently two paths the ono on which we were standing and another leading off at about right angle As we looked and listened I heard a sharp crack like the breaking of a twig that bad been stepped on The sound so far as I could judge came from the other path apparently a hundred feet away from the cottage I turned toward Davis and saw that he too had heard it He was stand- Ing with his whole body tense his lead bent forward a little as if ready to spring at any Instant Almost unconsciously my hand went into my pocket and brought out my revolver I felt that affairs were rapidly approach ing a crisis f As we listened anotncr sound came to our ears At first indistinct it quickly took the rhythm of footsteps hurrying along the path a man walking rapidly decided The hurrying footsteps came nearer and nearer Da via now was crouching like a runner about to make hundredyard dash suspensi wasIence I wanted to do something any thinganything but stand there and wait in the darkness AH of a sudden the form of a man oocaptelslblelIosomething Davis took two or three noiseless steps forward antI stopped abruptly From the shadows from nowhere it seemed the figure of an other man appeared directly In path of the oncomer theI Hold on here it said or something like that With a curse the first man dropped whatever he was carrying and started to run The second man started after him With not more than ten paces between them the pursued man suddenly wheeled A revolver Hashed and tko pursuer with a muttered cure fell headlong In the path The boant d SlKCdplungedAt tho revolver shot Davis had yDoddelast as the fugitive was vanishing a Vis was even faster With the move wIryInspectorand myself and was close on the heels of his man As I ran breathless behind him hOping to arrive in time to help him in his capture I saw the man ahead halt and turn Instinctively I knew he was about to shoot again and raising the revolver I had been carrying nIll the while without even trying to aim I fired in his direction just as I saw the flash frc n his revolver rrh4irA was hardly a second between r e two feSpontf ana men A woman shrieked There4ldIt was the voice of Louise Pdtrlsh With overwhelming dlsmajj It came me that I had shot the woman I j rca Too stunned to move I stood there My whole body seemed to stone My arms hung h y sides My legs refused to My mouth was fever dry audi tongue lay lifeless Yet my someL recallt seemed clear and strong ttratlng the darkness as if it had broad day I seemed to eee as sight belonged to sdme one else one ojitside myself I saw the Inspec and constable both apparently unhurt by the slots dash on in pursuit saw a mans figure rise up from the path I seemed to hear him call out Louise Louise where are you Are you hurt There was no answer Almost I had- ersuaded myself that the strain on my nerves the horror of the night and the shock of the hooting had giv n me a hallucination that the wom ans shriek I had heard was but phantasm of a levered brain when the figure I had seen rise from the ath dashed Into the thicket repeat- Ing its agonized cry of Louise Louise where are you At the sound life came again into Ime I dashed my revolver to the toundIed it to see my face and ap he did so I saw that the woman lying there ap parently lifeless was indeed my Lou- Isel Overwhelmed with anguish and remorse I flung myself beside her entreating her forgiveness The other man shoved me roughlyaside Dont be a fool he exclaimed She has only fainted Shes shot Shes killed I cried I shot hH I tell you she has only fainted he cried angrily Help me carry her over by the window Together we lifted her and bore her gently to the side of the cottage where we laid her on the ground Joy surged in my heart as I saw and heard that she was still breathing joy that was not even abated when I saw by the window light that my companIon was none other than Hugh Crandall But just then all qther thqughts were driven out ot my head by tIle Ls l triCkI11ngI tell you she Is shot See II cried all my anguish coming back Cran1dal1Ithe time to see and know the worst IJtS cnly a scratch said Crandall with a sigh of reUetIAcross her denlng gash where the bullet had cut its way through the tender flesh While my head told me that Crandall was right that it was only a flesh wound and not in the least dangerous In my heart I still felt little better than a murderer Three inches to the right and thebullet from my would haye stilled her heart revolverI She opened her eyes and us in a puzzled way Why Hardfng dear she said In feeble surprise are you herehero t with What For Mr CrandallIwas the criminal What mattered it If the chain of mystery was still upI solved What mattered it If the thor of the yellow letters had escaped from the inspector Louise lived She loved rae- Davis and the constable came running up the path panting from their chase but emptyhanded Is she hurt asked Davlb as he saw the three of us grouped under the window A flesh wound not at all dangers ous Crandall answered while knelt whlsIHe didnt hit me Crandall answered with a short laugh I tumbled over the bucket of milk he was carry ing and dropped when he saw me Didnt you get hIm tHes safe answered the inspector e M A Flesh Wound Not at All Danger out Crandall Answered He ran plump over the edge of a precipice in the dark We heard tho thud of his body on the rocks below lIe must have been instantly killed Well get the body in the morning He must have fallen two hundred feet A good two hundred the con stable added as Davis turned to peer in the window of the but And inside there said the inspector after a minutes survey of the Interior is the other one tho masfer criminal safe enough for the present Why said the constable who bad followed the inspectors example in looking through the window why thats Aleck YoungICHAPTER XIII The Strange Vigil Dawn found Inspector Davis and me keeping strange vigil In the deserted cottage Louise was gone Crandall was gone Constable Dodds was gone Only the two of us were there and on a rude couch In the corner inert un conscious with the deathlike stupor if the confirmed user of morphine lay the wreck of a man whom Dayls hail termed the master criminal On the Inspectors return from his pursuit ofthe postm sterhehadat once assumed the position of director general of the little group at the cot tage He had decreed that Crandall should take Louise back to town In the automobile as soon as she waG able to traveL- Atterahe has had an hours res heretthe said authoritatively her i UhaV41M red aumclentl = == L 11L egtJ 5 IttLCOIIOI 3 PElt CENr AgeIabtprgnjel1 sImLlaibi1jii NOTNARCOTIC iiofJfrc17JY2Tlvt Aatyfe 1iA 1Id c4i sCOi Aetinemer- 2lJ a raeianire of 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YOU a WANT Better JOBrp youtservicesMore BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Collegfcs than indorseAllotherbusi repntntlonIy Writlirvnad t Bookke ping Bookkeepers all over DraughonsNcwSystem from 25 to 50 per cent In wOrkandwomry Shorthand Practically all US offi da court reporters write th System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach Whyt Because they know it is the best You lorOver Thbqfstenographqr holding StudyCATALOGUE ATCOLLEGEwrits DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSmESS COLUGB NathTtlle or Memohiror Knoxville Tenn r PaducabKyerLvaayIIkiiel tf Physicians AyiSe rundigeatadtacOrhe latest product of iaVELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purtly vegetable gentle thfstomachJr4ies1onbiliousnessI J II I hA WAJIVE 1 E JsVU1if it is important nnx Mmvjcna 10 ncr arm should 1e dressed as quickly as possible It will be Xell too for her to return as speedily as possible to her father and sister Her continued absence If It reaches their ears will needlessly alarm them both You Mr Crandall will take her back in the ma chloe In which you came of course Certainly said Crandall over eagerly I thoughtbutitydu will pardon mo for asking who are you For reply Davis handed Him his card which bore his official title But stammered Crandall 1 dont understand you Whatanp yoU dolltout here Im here said the inspector 1I fancy on the iame mission that brought both you and Kent ereto find the sender of the yellow letters that have been menacing the peace and happiness of the house of Far rlsh J But protested Craqdali again how did you tow It was Aleck Young 1So you know him said the inspec tor with a note of inquiry inhla voice I had been taking no part Jn the conversation that was carried on I was sitting wU Louises head pfl lowed on my ktfee endeavoring with my handkerchief to staunch the slight now of blood that was still coming from the bullet wound I had been strongly tempted to voice a protest when I heard Davis arrange for Lou Leos return in the automobile with Crandall for while Davis seemed to think he like ourselves had been in pursuit of the criminals I still lie lleved It was for the purpose of warn lag then instead of capturing them Yet on the other hand I knew noth ing about running a car It was clear ly out of the question for nie to take nuitui hAnte much all I dlstruficd = 1 For Infants and of s I t I o 1 U 8 1 P i 745 NW Sill weak I nj Cardui for Home Studyi ctsfcn ifrsi bookkeepers and are good positions as tile reilt of ssons r BY MAIL write Jio F DRAU HON J President Nashville Tenn Forr eeat alogue on course science I cranaaii tuaasxzzy l wanea jbr DM confession of acquaintance wIthI the man In the hutvYes I knew him only too said Crandall Tell mea ut him said the ia spector fBntwait let nscarrs Mlssr- ParrlBhIhsJd Mbo cottage where abe will be Bhelto a from the nlgtt air ji UI you are ready to start I can walk bald Louise 94 fact r thn l was more frlghtenec4 than hurt I I helped hereto her feet nnd isfllst cd her Into the cottac whllft I piled y5mo cushions that word lying about nd made b4r comfortable The noise of our entrance made 119 impr issidnr on the drust i lIed man who lay on the tther side or tire rooM but DaviS- and Crandall crossed tb where fcelayl and examined him closely SIIee will not wake for several hours said Davis after feelln IiptilBO Kent and I will stay here an e til then You Mr Crandairwlli taker Miss Fmnish Jioiii amL you Dodda- as soon as Its daylight had better III took for RouserS body I dont leave to look for ftN said tfie constable with a shudder iIjJust wherd it la Its long ways round by the roadr though iTalia the buckboard said Davk hnd when you reach thff h 6dy ge pQc1CetscaretuliTuijbring better nd take the body back ti And way yet la there some place lte ya can take itt Sutet said Dobbs I caa tabsIt- aver 1IIUlerv ale Its just abat far In the other direction 1Jut1what In the Iands sake Ill tell abet reta WAIt P TQbtt contlUiWt