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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r c- ff rL t i T L 1 ESTABLISIIED t 7lN ti 3W RiES VQL XIX NO SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 8 1912 1Sfl1t1 c I A LEGION OF DEMONS Mark lv85 v 20 Aug ffml It oii Refuge and Strength a very tret tut l tmtfrle therefore icW ice nbt rIM though the earth Hclaahgtd md Hnufh the mountain be cast Mo the midstl I ftNgPsqisrttLi l A Iiforepart of todays study Is C an account of a very severe 4 wind storm on the Sea of Gall lee Jesus tired from Hisj teaching and healing in which vitality went out of Him for the relief of tile people had gotten Into one of theI oat formerly used by some of His jtttdpke in the fishing business and istUl OWned by them The purpose wns to cross the take for a season of restI ftcs1eePlsull1llealJa palled even those accustomed to such scenes They came to Jesus and aroused Him saying Master carcsti Thou Dotthtweperlsh2 He reb ked the wind saYJng Peace beI till ADdlImmediately there was a great calm The teit at the head of this study drajro to our attention another storm It pictures the great storm of trouble which In the close of this Age will- suddenly burst upon the whole world t of mankindnnd In which Babylon the Great the Mother of HarlotslIke a great millstone will be cast Into the midst of the sea This same time of trouble In some Ptnreslsspo ken of as a whirl wind the result of letting loose th four winds ot heaven thatI Will be held until thit lme Revela tion rvll xrllU 21 Jeremiah xxv S2r Revelation tlAgain this tronTh iorm at tea ble is symbolized by 9 fire which will burn not only tile earth symbol cal of organized society but also tile heavens symbolical of ecClesiasticism This symbolical fire this great an archistic blaze will leave present stitutions In ashes Upon the ruins the ashes of the blasted hopes and ambitions of society political scientific anti religions will arise the glorious Kingdom of Messiah to bless the world and It will be as prophesied The desire of all nations shall conn Our text pictures that comlng4ttin- ooftiob1e as a great storm which will entirely remote or change the earth the present construction of SO clety and carry the mountains the kingdoms of this present time Into tlfc 1anarchy Gods people will to some extent be associated with all of these troubles but they are not to fear theyttrVto realize that God Is at thebtiJsusGavo Them Leave inlfeedlngWe have counectd this demons because the Sculptures Intimate that the de mol will have considerable to do with stirring up the great time of trouble- and discontent with which this Age will close and Messiahs Kiutrdm be establishedS 5On the other side of the Lake as they landed a ama came runnlngiio ward them Hp WitS obsessed that Is to say demons the fallen angels men tioned by St Jiid flutfe 1 and SL Peter II Peter 4Ii had gained ac cess and were In eonirol of him It was ihese thnt recognized 4esus In- spoke through the mans lips The Bibles explanation oft how some angels Tell iron their original per fectlon and harmony with God nUll of why they seek to gain con ire of hum nlt3 and cQiumun with thdm througl mediums antTper senate the dead we hn eDot thE space to presen A greal itorm frau In tilts study but bItoCfld ihl JIlt as there are mnnyc todnymbreor less under the influence of dembhlsmspirltlsmwe will send further information upon postcard quest IaJesus gave the demons the privilege they requested The swlnexrtUe the man were cursed by the strange out side Influence vbicb took possession of ftlel brains They nys violently down wereldrowDed I l l 4Thoeijlatm thnt probably onehalf of alt tbel Inmates of our lInsane asylums are per tOu8 obsessed by evil silrlts demQns without any orgniile disease of the lirnln Ad nltixl we see evrdences on svejhahd that hese evil spirits tire t arlnJthewny ftrtren t onslaught 1POpbuDau1y cf Ouderthe title Ufy1t1ik PJienom enn sfUrltlstn U b Inx examine by Sam P of the prominent professors of oUr day They liko other Biiirltlsfs jin Selyed In mipiHwIiij that the maulfcKtujIoiiM which come to them are frunl tbelrdcndhUlllu frieiiijsr rheBnntaIoiel makes the mattoriier fwtly clear It assures us that th f fdpnd Jute no power to co JtnulcMte and thnt all commuillcttJolcom from tht demotiH who do not duro to tell who theYnre tor If they did mnnlty would bo on guard ztgnJu tsts tltiioSr frTAjpt bracelet at RckrIeoWIIHsburg decoii ration op dh the pike between Jerome Gpjvin and Santford Y cum IinifiaisM Y Mattie Yocuqar Return to Santford Y cum WillisburK Kyor lisa o1e rip 5Xrs honey aniTarr ato ti L i r T b Ii I TIiE- NE fl iX tti pfto W TJ 32 I i I fI I jrI J =ft U c J fI J fu rJj t z-71 J t 7- = = i d nI HEAD RICHLY BRED 50Ilu DUROC JERSEY SOWS t MONDAY AIJllST 19 4- II THE BEST BLOOD IN THE COUNTRY ixfe Jf 4 II Sale held under coyer Some df the Sows are bred to II my fine Boar Defender This is the best lot of Durocs fever offered at auction i SillSg w MAYES Jtt Write for Catalog tY r ts 41 J tt ft it l J 11 i POLLITICALOUTLOOK As Viewed by a Writer in t The Youths ComC I 111IIlhepoliticat campaign inr jwhdh thecountry is now engaged is merely he latest battle between those who wish to make hasleslowly and those who de fiiroimmediate reforms I The campaing isjinterestingto the student of political history because it marks a complete change in the characteristics of the tw publican party was organized as a protest against an industrial system that disregarded human rightsrphe riiilll Republi cans were radical and progrSss tLAvC1and demanded that be abolished at oflce slaversI ocrais were Conservative When this specific battle for human rights bed heen won radicalism lost its first impulsive1 force with the passing of the lyetfrs and with continuance in po ver the Republican party copseIi aMegiance The conservative wing nominated Ms candidate at Qtiieago and adopted the plat form of thoso wlio beiieve iin making hate slowly The triumph of the radical wing of the Democratic party nt Baltimore was th4 ffourth in sixteen year As far back as 1896 tile growth of raaicalism iu the Democracy lhad made such pro gress that the nomination of Mr Bryan on a free filver platform Ilas the logical outcome The coiseryativosoolledi and riomi aat d a candidate of their own the Tddieal wing of the Republican parly in the same cum pHjign botted aUliougb it ncade o nomlnatiuns vhen Ihe party eoneiitiijn named a eonserva live cadz4tetThi freesilvej issue 188ws another fovm pf th ploa for human rights a Kind of radical resentment ftinsv them ney pow r in indtd to place tije man abuvt IW dolUr f TLe radicalism bl the Dt inocrao pt s 1 Jd in 190 when MrvBryan wasagainnomll = Dated In 1904 the oldlime Democratic conservatives seized the reins and nominated pold standard man but radicalism triumphed a third time in 1908 and once more made Mr Bryan the party candidate The Demo craticpartST now declares that it- representsan organized protest against the abuses of commercialism that has disregarded the rights of the individual in the a race for wealth The system is the joint prcduct Of the develop mont off a new country and of tariff duties levied to protect those who were doing the de veloping The Republican party which has been in power during the greater part of this industrial exoansion and has assisted in the expansion Is natnTatry6n ious to preserve what it has won but it resents the charge that itI is any less interested in human rights than it was when it fought against slavery it declares that it believes in working through evolution rather revolution The Roosevelt bolt from the Chicago convention remains to be considered If history al wavs repeated itself in details beginIlearns its lesson only well enough to repeat the broad out 1mIppsnew progressive Repuolic or IIsomeWiILVotelfor Democrats will vote for the Republican ticket and that there will be nothing more than a re alignment pffthe volersinthel old parties according as they represent conservatism or radij calism Youths Companion tWhat Makes a WomanI jpne hundred and twenty poundsmore or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But thats just what ElectricBitters give her Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells anchor dieI pelling Weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out feel ingEleetriC Bitters have done me a world pf good writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine n Only 5Oc Guaranteed by Haydon St Robertson r The Doctors Paten The handsome estate of Rose Hill one of the finest in Conne tlcut long without a tenant was sol4 at last A gentleman with an lInvahIfwife and pretty daughterpurchas d and tbok possession of It They s med very pleasant people but slow in making J asscd always It ad In acqualntJPlcest tinvitation would not gave him he was riding by the front door jpened and MJSS Bennett came trippli g down the steps Please stop a moments silo called out Are you not actor she ga L 1 amCaJ Ibe cr4jjervlc said with his most professional air Yes Indeed was this quick an swer My mother Is ver ill andy pa pa rot here As we ar strxidgers did not know whom toga to so ventured to stop you Perfectly right saltbe doctor I am at your disposal imediately Mamma said the rl bending tenderly over her the do tor JB here Oh well he cant do tf 9 any good was the fretful answer Doctor Everson steppe up and laid his hand irpon the Invalids wrist lag cheerfully Suppos we try any way What have you en taking Mrs Bennett gave a lli The doctor laughedShAs you are alive alto all that ho theres hope yet Iow can you 18aldme your bad ft llngt lady went over her sym toms and the doctor 51d in that cheery tone which alwaj I brings non Into a sickroom hat is better Ime I hoped You car almost cure yourself madamj If you will follow a few of the simplest dIr itlons Whatare thc ash d the daugh ter eagerly 1Only to dispense wl tell medi cine unless some llgfit king for herI nerves eat plenty rtt4 rlshing food throw these windows topen Doctor Everson leftI ome simple powders andat the day quest promised to call Fghtcrsra Papa will be here rid I wish you to see him Here are air ards said Miss Bennett as she Eli wed the tor dOWDstnlrsj IThe doctor bowed anil gave her in return his own card upon which after he was gone she cad thgnamu Frank Everson M D To effect a cure of c urso the doc tor called frequently And If In doing he became mar Interested In the nurse than In the atlent nobody was the wiser Sometimes to rellev the tedious hours of duty he tool the air nurse but to drive and in hbse pleasant hours they grew very ell acquaintedS Mrs Bennett had een 1monthswas so greatly Impro ed that Nellie sometimes left her tq take a ramble hr hrair en the nlpiwant fields arid IhavingI new to her she came toau old mill tile ruins of which wett grassworn Nellie supposed theyiand rotten But wnuid bear her light weight and = = aao out on me oldl Umbers wmcn pttrtutrnB in stream and stood flinging pebbles in to the water to watch the ripples they made She did not notice the wavering of the timbers until Just as she turned to go back crash went the log on which she stood and down went Nellie Into the stream As she went down she gave a frantic clutch and succeeded In grasping a cragsUmber which held her suspended with her- shoulders just out of the water Nellie knew that the stream was deep and she could not swim She shrieked and shrieked for help An Instant and a cheerful shout rang answering back Hold hard Im coming Poor Nellie knew the voice and strove to turn her head She saw Doctor Everson leap from his and fling off his coat aslie ran bUggyI creek A moment more and hashed Into the stream and his strong armshela fllrm1 Nellie with a in f1tng of security lay passive on his broadbfPk Iuntil a few bold strokes carried them to the shoreSI should have come sooner It I had known you needed me said he As be spoke ha hurriedly picked up his coat fastened It over her shoul ders put her all dripping and shiver Ing Into his vehicle and drove like the windSAs they started she said Doctor- I cant thank you But you seem to bo near whenever I want help He turned to her with a great light In his face andj r one Instant nis- arm clasped her a he said fervently My darling I would ask nothing better of life than to be near you al ways iTheD he took his arm away but gently and not a word more was said during the short drive But M he carried her Into the house he said I have said too much not to say more May I say It when you are yourself again Yes whispered Nellie And be fore long NellU Bennett was the doctors bride JapanI tare passing away and the empire Is rapid ly becoming civilized and more slowly Christianized Js not borne out by the fact for the dark side of Japan Is turned aside by those who visit there A writer in the Missionary Intelllgen cer of Cincinnati long a resident In Fukushima says Idolatry still pro rails The tenacity WIth which they cling to the family gods in some homes supposed to be Christian shows that idolatrous customs have a strong hold on them Jlere In Japan the dl vorce rate Is three tithes as high as in America and then not all the separations are counted The people are woefully addicted to the use of liquor and tobacco JU1 the grocery stores keep tho stuff All the cars are stun kora When iw ride In tHe train we are stifled by the tobacco smoke lot of women smoke as well as the men There Is much drunkenness Japan also heads the list of nations in regard to the number of suicides 1J ISUMMER DISHES 1som odd or unusual at ways appeals to the cook as her In genulty Is constanty strained to keep good things and variety at the same time ICabbage and Cherry SaladTake wo cupn of chopped white cabbage toss It together with the salad dress ing made by cooking together equal parts of egg yolk and vinegar add seasoning to taste of salt and sugar and lust before serving time add a drained jup of cherries Date Tapioca Make a custard of quart of milk three tablespoonfuls of sugar and one beaten egg Cook tVO tablespoonfuls of minute tapioca In the milk until thick then stir in the egg and sugar When cold add a cupful of chopped dates Chicken iePut all the pieces of hlcken into a quart granite sauoe pan add all the gravy and enough water to fllltfOfpan twothirds lull Make a rlc1jQJscult dough and drop small blECuHsTRo cover the chicken 3ee that the dish is boiling hot befor adding the biscuits Bake in a hot oven ten minutes Wedding Cake One cupful each of sugar butter and molasses a cup ot Jelly or strawberry preserves one cup rmllk llf t ftee two eggs a grated nutmeg two easpoonful of cinnamon one tea ipoonful of cloves two teaspoonfuls of soda dissolved In half a cup of boil ng water two pounds ot raisins one pound of chopped candled fruit lemon oraiige peel and citron six cups of Hour measured before sifting Mix ho fruit with the flour bake one Dour In a slow oven This will make three or our good sized cakes Keep three months at least before using wrap In waxed paper and keep In ft itonte jar DayI and 50 r Sundays be set apart for religious and moral Instruction and rest if February 12 and 22 May 30 and July 4 be- given to patriotic utterances and com mcmorating great citizenship and if first Monday In September be des ttho for considering the labor cause why not a health 11whY- not a day given entirely to spreading Information and to focusing thought upon such an Important element in both happiness and efficiency as pub Ui health So thought Dr Ellen A Wauaco state superintendent of the department of health and heredity of the New Hampshire Womans Tern perance union who Initiated a health day movement In New Hampshire so thought Gov Robert P Bass who gave his official approval The health day plan met with quick and favorable response Besides theI general cooperation ot local temper slice unions throughout the state the Red Cross American Medical associa lion educational committee r the Grange state board of health the pub lie schools the4 churches and the news paper press worked for Its success TbeSurvo Young America You may be president Some day my boy said the patronizing old gentleman Great Scott replied the sadly j flippant youth youre not trying to pick dark horses that far ahead art you V IELtSOfIAUDIENCEN ttI Pen Picture of Pope Pfot X Shows His Kindly Naturfc v Little Girl at Vatican Wh Psr4pontiffs Admiration of Hsr1uis blnoa Replica of the Infant Christ f Rome A delightful plcWe ot Pate Plus x illustrating lila proffouadly ge nial nature and exhibiting his love ot STlfe11icQIIn an account of an audience with ties pope one of those gatherings to Wclt large contingents of the faithful admitted Among those tb1C1a he audience chamber was si little girl ot perhaps six years old she stood aext to hec mother yrho Tield ok a JluttJetfwrappedt jantry wFapthefrphlldreii todjTTi The effect of Ittard MiuJodd was rather as ifradoll had beea miffed Jnto a white satin embroidered pincushion and a cardboard halo a4d ed But the care that had been taken the reverence In the care to Woduca a bambino worthy of a blessing U beyond all reproach and abundamtly evident since the big eyes of the littif girl were constantiy raised to tie dish end now and then a llttie band reached- up to touch It as It to make sure that t was still thereCSuddenly a chamberlain made a sign for all to kneel and Plus X en tered followed oy a clerical chamber ala In a purple cassock He walked ilowly along the side pf the room on my right and the eight ipeople Jn throw that he would corns to last were motioned to stand 1 scarcely saw his tact at first he Iheadyears old Straight soft and nearly white hair came an Inch over the cdt lar of his waste cassock He gave such person his hand eaCh kissed h1s ring He stroked the curly head t a boy In a sailor suit When he walked down the tow o poslte I still could not see hll COUBU nance for thQ kneeling flgurM 1rer facing me and he bent to ach of tHeia ministering Then he turned to the row at right angles to me and came to neoaholding the metal tray with the baablno In her hand He touched the poor embroidery work aa It In admiratiea He asked a question evidently Wjio helped to work Itr for he stppjped to the little girl tnO petted her om ta cheek t Then he took up the bamblnp aa4 asked another Question Ths motiksr got red and made an ezpjrendoaef acqufescence But No no cae 1rPJiQ the little girl He had surely aslced Is this a present that you hava brought for me At the chUd No no he turned round and threw back his head and laughed What a humorous laugh I never- knew that a man could laugh sweetly He looked old ito more He hu teeth set far apart lucky teeth Ani his eyes have ute klndljr wrInkles about them and love of children la them There too was the understand ing that found ready answer In the peat eyes ot the child She smiled back at him It was a Joke about taking her bambiao she bad known it all the tlJIMjahe could trust that face now grown so calm and grave as he bent down to her that she might kiss his ring Then the pontiff passed to the two rooms beyond for a few minutes ima came back to us He noticed specially as hepaued a gfr of fourteen and be stopped and spoke to her as it to make up for having made no exception before The audience was over We roHtour feet I looked back along the cor rldqr which led to the private apart meats the dining room for the food that osts him but five francs a dST the bedroom with the camp ted aid I caught a last sight of him Hf was talking to a chamberlaih c re4 wftk or a1ip was twcVW I little story I saw hi head and put out his hand uwu1gibe little girl sayUg No no and I saw hisI gentle irhlmilcal smile dglJutDIES BY OWNBURGLAITMP byShotgunan Intruder Memphis TennA burglar tray bT Ray 8 Brooks cuJe4U1 death ot hooks In his grocery store Jm the mtsMrts of town Bls body was feoad m the floor when his wife west t tW itorato find ou why he had net gees to iupper A shotgun arrange to Ms Whouldanetrqrtwindow was empty IU load hayIng ftjJOMtthattn passing between the gui saL the vlndow = = LSFOR SALE t Come and see this farm Will sell privately 23O ACRE on the WiUfeburg apd Ch pln tur plke JOOlct jqn Bli and ISOon other sidiot pike Jood d veiling tnuseandtobaccd timber on both tracts 8 Ibarns iti woods good afca 4 nd all improvement pecMMry MtMitacounty grows higher grade W 3uco aujd all this l ni 1In rkh aDd ready to be caUlyated SB YOCIJM I r L I iI1BSCRIPlJON lBr fr i 141i J n rrMISSl l r I tJ9Tri t- L 1- Wi of Vanity ii 110k MJiiMop J t When Misi MargretpMc Elroj only child of Mr and and Mrs Lb J McElroy Fifth street and UIgbIj4 vwiue who rtcently was prae WflIi the Rhpde0ia scholarship of rtd by MlsourLpquestioned COnerjjb aa bilious she dislae4 1jtag IIDY And this tooi7ii itw scqf v the fact bet ific hi jh grad qtther work whenHtpu ili Ql Ots tral high school frowbjwas gagdutge Jill 49J11 lrqu1 b r1a Cbolas1iip iib Y lIl4o itIIIadvantage l woIMCOwOcj well principally Uoaiw lC pesSespa1ji nd f f f 3 JI t4s aemur 1Ltetqrt- or J I myopia 11ial Jo j jjVjjif I an4 tdknary girt t 4 o 14Lti terl uil hav time fa ra JVIi1iJI1 f10 teaph English bt1dtsnow 1eihei Iwitii orpQ jjust want to luve ApoitiB anti en4oy ayseIr r In the letter an1QSaeIntke awarding pf SRbMQjy schqlxshiptgPxeiden Ac 1 J oss BnlCJ4h t dvfJittCQPUl jbe bIglyr1lrd by Green CUf vt Mexico Mo in wletuory of iiif jutf paly the members of jQeltiNIl class aref tiglQtJt the oij Ipsrmust1Mthe MisoqrL Q1YAFollowing blr IrMM with high hqno fofaC Jiigti scboo1ll Miss MeElyoji o- othkertr4nat c 1 rk qI1el4zryiIved r I cl1 Mi M rto11a a1o3baY w iisecretary bt CoIubathe only freshman 1etjW to- b in lted1lptQ the iMtei GaM ma sorority Sba tattfTCftfc oldc Kansas City JpQrolr fiisa McElroy u a grad da Kbter oi Irr Bd MrfcvA 6 UcElroysndiz leU iQwiheae where e briq j HorfiurJ r Wt The peot rcrop otpibl1 Jc- ODntr k arthan thouinary Also good crop ot apples j Whileat oapolptst thereage ot sweet pMW l4thet- outh Is eesand tlascrupIsl4he good the outlook eta1hy erJIt An unusually good C PecedI111rc Rockr cd1talgpe 4ie j Jtbep fhaQI 1asjar t 1f The IndIij Cntal9 prpIn greatly iquprovj tb fruit Is large anel q qlifit Tta Jt J wdrDel ncrCiIh1fetWae prospects thIaLIsw wKs ajO i The outfoot for ifBiSra At i ftcouraging ina OOCnIrtLt ottLecosntryigg epas been nod jIjI wail since except JimfllKSft ffctioua It wbereraInndtroy a4 tie bfcwj somea The Oklahoma p2thcrop F should COtIIIHJ1CtJ to Jw ethtJweek the Oklaogaaeb r re said Weof Ieeqitldg frIeseoIl T crousdii kbest iIdformjpa Is aiil r pesaLlong iQL H w Hoe JolraL q TktChIQjfriC Iiq4uta 1 t IN hasuppsif J wem W Ia dI7 Iue It ew Mriig i s 11 f r r1 t 1 tINit w se4s a ii tIeLtlJs pI J Grs3o aqs ar w fa tMr 10j1N G lft1Iir it t i r s Pr TBLPOStADfA z S lH FtAIP KY Irsr D liIHIIRBDAY- i JOSEPH POLIN EditQtS tad Pob1lsbereI- Si Secretary Agriculturei Newt maaJMtys thftt Ijerwill arrange to hfcve Farmers Institutes this k searaI in counties in which a rea neat m3de that such lost tare beheld He says that it is y aji eless waste of the States jnoneyto send experts tol the I various counties lo hold InstiIi tutes when as be says some the3QnIYtwo persons attend thourtl i will have the tgdorscwentof tht j majorityJ of the peopleI of the t toy Estate regardless of party differ fenees in the course he has taken rlt s Manifest tbat Partners In 8tituteariu Washington county iti shave abeam a pronounced farce Itis true that they could be the meansof accomplishing much i mprovinif j f g i properly conducted It is also irtTeHbat they have not bend as well conducted iin the pastas rtbey might have been and in no particular is this more true tha in the fact that experts from other States have been se through Kentucky We think that this is a mistake because agricultural conditions thatt rtI woula suit the State of Illinoisj Would be a flat failure in Keu tacky We believel that thebest experts to hays are those who haveCmade a success in some line ofAgriculture in Kentucky Far mess Institutes as conducted iin i the past have been a failure be s cause they have had no attracj tiyefeatcrast Money expended tOO them is a failure and some jtnirigl which more appeals to the I InIi rlI f their stead The agricultural iF train which our worthy Secret ryronthrougb the State las 1 Spring was the best means WE r have yet seen for the disaemina l tJ tion of Agricultural knowledge and we believe that something along that line is the best means thatxjan be adopted Itseems 2 to dstbat a capital plan would f be to haye an agricultural exhi j bit by the State at each county a cyfair Something along the line otthe agricultural train could be conducted by three or four ex1 pert lecturers with exhibits to deniD tra with ample etbeirtalkstogctberl r ery and a 4 ed for them at each fair The agricultural school would be at r t tended at the Fair and woutfl alsobe in attractive feature of 4e it stung rate it would havethe Farmers Institutes skinned a biJck 1vi Willisburg j Miss Ella Mae Cbeatbam of l Louisville is the guest of her cousins Misses Pearl and Myrtle it Cheathatrir it MissAnhft Foster h as returned ncmeafter a weeks visit with BallardSettYt ea f atBiIlsboroj1rx Mc of S E rl n ueldj spent last Friday at this placew Miss Ooa Bryant of Louis vibe iis the week end get of her uncle Bee Poulter a family J iiiositft Rita Kidney j Trouble and Npver SectItS How To Find Ottt Fill a bottle orcommon glass with yow later and Jet it stand twentyfour hours asedilgentorsei t tliiigindicatesan edition of the con kid nets if itstain- 7rour linen itia evidence of kidney trouble frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is alsdcorviriciagyroof that the id11eys LU1d bladder are out of order WTjat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge sc Soften expressei that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladd and every part of the urinary passage t correctsiuabilit to hold eat and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go ofta during the day and to get up manj times during tthe night The mild and Roeof j is soon realized It stands the highest fur its wonderful cures of the most di- stessing cases If you need a medici you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sues You may have a sample bottle and ookthat tells all fWP about it both sent free ht by mail AddressDrn 1i Kilmer Co Bing hamton N Y When 13omeora nmphoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Ur Kilmers Swamp Rogt and the address Binghamton N Tf i Little MissKathleen Miller Springfield visited relatives hre last Friday and Saturday hanf tug Mr Morris Cheatham in our localutae in oar village Morns has livedi here a long time and after living in several different places believe be will finally say Old Kentucky is good enough for me Miss Lou Bailey has as her guest Mrs Jim Poole and little daughter of Louisville Miss Bertha Baker is visiting her sister Mrs Dau Mcllvoy ofr ol1rtownII Mrs John Kays fins been on the sink list but is improving at this writingcMr Harry Tdrner and wife of Miickville and John Turner and wife spent Sunday with MrsI Mary Hughes Miss Mae Belle Keeling is her vacation with her parents She will resume berdiiies again the first of September She has a position in Louisville t Mall Carriers WillFly TJiis is a age of great dscoveriesj Progress rides on theair see Uncle Sams mail carriers flying inI all directions transporting mailPeo pie take a wonderful interest in a dis covery that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America It cured me of a dreadful caugh writes Mrs J F Davis Stickney Corner Me aft doctor treatment and all other reme dies hadailed Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price oOc and 100 Trial bottle free at Hnydon Robertson Valley Hill i frAs we have not forgot the dear old NewsLeader wewtil l try to jot down a few items Mr Bert Smith and wife of Loretto spent Saturday wil thto the tatters parents MI and Mrs Fielder Smith of Spring field Mr5 and Mrs iL B Rant ry spent a pleasant visit with friends near Lebanon Saturday ttftlittjv- Mr Thomas Edelen and wife sent Saturday and Sunday with Mr J B Hill arid family Several from here attnd dthe funeral of Mr W T Newton who died in Louisville b 77 Y i llxv and was burird Tuesday at r Lebanon He was a soT of Mrs Joe Newton of Cecilville Mr Joe B Carrico and littlee grandson Ruben spent a pleas BIlbadsin thisi vicinity at peseut tno111tss N ra Smitn has returned home from Springfield whore she has been nursing Mss Smith who less been on theUelltll list for some time Lucy Blandford is visit 1Mics Daviss Forgetmenot county this wedlcl illnSOC Bito Costs Leg man lost his leg from the ct two years before To avert such calamities from stings nod bites of insects use Bucklcns Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises Only 25 cents t1at Haydon Robertson tThe Bull Moose convention of the 4th Congressional District pof Ky met at Eliza bethtuwn Ky August 1st 1912 for the purpose of electing delegates and alternates to the Natkll11 aomember of Slate Central Committee Electors and lo recom mend a candidate for Congress About 90 delegates were present all the counties in the district being represented except Bullitt The convention was wore on ihusiastic and hacmonmus than RepuboiansIhays had for a PbG W Stone of Gray oll county was mlde Chairman and J Mtc Williams of Washington county Secretary There wtre no con tests from any county and among other resolutions thp M1rHo Head ws favo ii tit jity 1lunb tr J U Ksi iiirtlR oci eJIdge county ind W S IKri sley of Lallue county w jre elected delegates to the Chicago National Convention and Wood son Lewis and 4 W Mayors alternates Hon W Pt Neikirk was elected member of the State Central Committee and E It Basset of Leitchneld yowas reoommeottfed as candidate for Congress Report from till varicus counties showed that at least 90 per cent of all the R publican voters of the district are for Theodore Ruose veil fur President IJ i 1cilliamsSet WAS SAVED B THE DOCTORS Victim of Robbers Recovered Because erthe Physicians Didnt Probe ferIIII the Bullets JUAtI The expert medical witness had descended from the stand when n raIicess was announced In Urn court and so he paused for a few mo mints to chat with Judgo Ralph SI Latshaw who dearly delights In twit t ting the medicos Whenever I see a doctor on the stand related the Judge I am ford bly reminded of an experience when ntt1OrIwas shot by robbers when he refusal open his cash drawer Four bullets found him as their mark and whnof fleers arrived on the scene he was ly lig on tho floor dead to all outward appearances Doctors who had hur rled to tho storg took a look at him shook their Ltads and went awuy Not one of them offered to probe for the bullets A d do you knowsmiled ttb judge to the doctor aunt saved him The storekeeper recovered and Is In business to this very day He still carries the bulletR one of them In his bend Now what would have happened to him doctor If they Ndhad probed for the bullets But by this time the exert WS nun VY I e 11 lJIp ft d tJV 11j ClothinoUeparrding re serges grey s tins tfrowns atiduev ll rlhc Blies hart hejiaffner S Marx t5 and nO suits U nd 20 suits lV2 VflTJrth Brinl S i15 Suits for U 2 150 Suit for 7 i Every olor andS l in Ua Knir orbdk r fJn p Iauts Suits go ng at tho fnUuwiUg pi 10 00 utts at IVOO S 00 Suits at o 00 oOKuits at 850 too Suits at 00 50 = One Musin 12Ar Mfsalirie Prie Linens Nap in 4 Extrq 9 12 ft Velvet worth 2000 for 1650 Super C Ingrain Carpet 9 12 ft Velvet Rugs worth 1750 for 1250 Unio Ingrain Carpets 4Oc 9 12 Tapestry Rugs worth 2200 for 175p L 1OQ Yards Mattings 12 12 to 3Oc 912 Tapestry Rugs 1650 for 1350 Gt 912 t Axminister 2500 for 2000 9r12 Tapestry Rugs worth 1250 for 1000 912 lit Rugs worth 2250 for rl900 912 Angora jugs 1000 for 800 9 Velvet Rugs worth 2200 for 1850j 19 Rugs 8 50 for 7 t J a a of es a of to lt c iri fe fe IN IN LIFE Senator Garth rs Words of Hopa Might Wet Be Applied to Ei ther the Games rom statue wf h the Mark Hanna tea urea gets mtj o njoynrenjt out of h i gall game than chauffeur does out of S scaring pwJpst laos A short time ago In the absenc of a league game In Washington nator Gardner pauacd n his way the senate watch a bunrh of Loyi pUiying oa tho Jfapltol afs grounds llttje tap had Just muffed pop fly that l tifplq handled would have retired ie other side He had to stand for funny shouts of derision and aPiNRcnlt oplthetd and was gel really cast Senator G4dner called him over to Do you kj ow said the senator gr- I can rrmoijiborj as If It were only ki IasGaeFka Ijnmc played In at cen see ter Idnh was afloat your age and how sorojj got at mbIacaus kept miffing halls ala agR at the runs stgalnstjjftB and knocked all till buys laf me to tlU df you can see how itfl 8Vell up per good pray when Inc ptopje artwE qul klr swayrd by n iltrrrk of lv If a reyou Inotwouldnt cur cnptjn ntal what they Ia Bald alitut ne You may lam out a honor run tb up l tatl leapi Itl Th r IIAKE F tot I I I I flu Ste 9 DEALERS INpo It 4 t 00A L GRAINi F EDIfillt I T Ia Ufr I It 1L5ab loadl all with coal fork i this way you GET NO You not use I slack in a stove or grate So why i Beig at 1 neyby11 tIs rt i ii Jft J B D LAKEQlL a r j I r iit i ftt Our Annual Auust pi LEARANCE SALE CUT PRICES IN EVERYDEPARTlVf NT i IPoR NEXT 30 DThYS I Clothing n = Dress Goods One lot ruercei Sed Silks worth up to roc for 20c ot Whitn Thuds wori up tat sec for 16c aorh np to 15c for lOc Giqgliams worth and Ifi fr ItH 1ti inch t3rcaUs fur k otliiKrh Sides 74achermine Silks 7Tc Specially Cut onTable Iki Towels Crashes B4epuprices Gairpets Rugs aftinis 70ct Rugs Extr C SOeII worth Rugs worth Axminister worth 121ft 1Zrex worth 1 can cent off dine and just Fine in the new with line Cunningham Dunc re f iiSenator f to One a t 1Nrhody atfnatngItbaglcer iurl IrLIl utrbeftga t a theAnd B OJ L 0 t a eraJ Wagons LoadedHn SLACK buyirf r v In r = h f 7 2 at s r r W r ii d teKaaaeaaeaatacaaeaaataea- d aa I 5 i Ji I South Bound i Noti iotind-i f 0 No 43 No Si No r ICo 0 Iaily Daily Sun Pail tl1ily Sun Kx Sun Kx Sun only Ex Sun Sun Louisville 430 pm 12 am lUll pm sxu um fi pm9ft am- Hardhtuwn ilet i2 uRl t 7i2 73 41I S4t Hanlntown ilt lnjr 7lr 64 atl 7i I SpiitiKIKliI r SW oi0 i1 71 e ISr Ar Ive lv Lve e e cc t aa aauaaaaaaaaaaaa aa4Aa 4Aa1ea10 7TTq to aihBE SURE TO TPY THESE r cream to ta add a half rap ot RtrdatesThisj moldkeptstandtprtotltllpoopo Shrubbur exvry cuifil A delicious lfe accessory juiji add a hair cup of cMcr vine serve with an iIur any fro rn dish mid two cups iltsugar Moil and aSaudm qiarter an cut it In rlllJ allow a fourth of a cup of tho strips six Inches longf roll tint roundub to three intoteraginherry bedig choppfd nuts or- t orang Juic nd rill and tour in COla instead or rile chocolate iiids If agar iop the trait acid While are In era on sugar and cook tor h tuf hour tt ereitborrPMTTUit sled Dressing for FruitA halt A box of berries crushed and ft rained tf orange Juice a fourth of a cup eldNI to n plain mixture of fee cream lemon Juice two tabltspooululs of ie sufficient for flavor and color tn er cooked with two of flour and a rupQonful of lemon iaice added cup of augur Cook until smooth t rings out tho flavor of the Berries as tile Sour U well cooked rl na making the color more 1ntehqx lush room CatsupViptt but do All fruit flavors aro Lest added niter fret freak mtjshrooms Put In tho cream Is partly frozen era In a stone dish cover with salt press a plat with d weight HINTS tu Let stand in a warm place for r ntyfour hours they mash andVhcn canning strawberries ono layi un them through a sieve To every have the red berry keep rtof the Iquor a11 Jin ouHie orcolor and flavor It carefully put flee corns and Uil for half an hourfullonR Itll triokcans with the Jrt h n add a fourthof un prance of anrrlt lbivo of U half an ounce of Meil IngerlIFar and water and anx broken Le a doson whole loves and three 11 to plvo It color FlU the rant des o nines cook fifteen Qllnutltlt the boiling sirup nail then J1t andstrata again and put into a Jtlthr of b0l ing hot water 10dl oUles VII the corks in meltedeh lo over at least tour tits ih4op Cover with a np c set nell8hA rrnrt of tabbasc tandlet stand ttwenty tirhrs rt of cooked beets chopped tau T11r when they aro romov put away JJr wilr of pepper and halt a tn ltj 7ttoE the cans IInto boi1- onfulpf r cayenne and a cup orwnlfr et911Ydone with nlo c bur tail vinegar to on It and vell and put into cans coldI fsiSclIIJ1nj ter armed GornTo ulna cups of corn cup ot sagely n cup ofinto o1 and one cup of Im into- rlllzed jars ready and when the tt cans seal tight Freshrr unit strip is ready a ter tnlnll finIsh the fork whIch is fiolIt1 1l1y the hot water Fruit n year oM FAVORITE DISHES that was canned by this method cnli coolerhoi Viry Is not much spoken of those days oryetget a dozen cans of b over our land The drawback with ready for tho next inornlne s Cflnnm Ih ofjJaiictthourktrcmayoy I a tup din thatwnyls nufllclent 3r rich cream to tw pot pmuevenboiled dinner may be prepared tl1ttoersream a little cream ard of the betweenherbuttered bread a feast A head of cabbage or Cleaning Fluid Thig is a fluid one toae most delljgoodt onto fabric Shave thinly a tencent lc piece of wellflavored salt pork tbar of vrblto castIle soap and add a Corned beef is liked by many of boiling water When cold d of the salt ports A small big add a belt pint of ammonia a pint of cranberry beans that have ofdonkedOf the platter or served In a sep which to apply It This vlil clean any deliFruitCgate arils ra with the whlto of ono e25 tVi Straw Hatst thefollowingt 1 i 35O grade at 2 50 3 00 grade at 2io 2 50 grtfdeat 1 50 200 grade at 5100 Oxfords Pumps and White Buck- sKin Shoes now gOIng at a special price Be sure and look at these before buying vJSHOES 250 pair of W L1turylas andSBeacon Low Cut Shoes in the 350 grade now gq fbrr2 50 in ftcluding tan gun metal and pat lito leather UohtJfaii to come audg title1of 11 also a large line of boys apdiQ i girls school shoes that we are selling regardless of rprIcet 25 ber Lace Curtains Waif Paper at Almost Half Price Mens Gum Tobacco Suits Gum Hats in all Sizes iHave received bautifulline Mens Shirts all colors dJsty beautiful wash Neckwear match every pattern n o I twr fe te il tt BASEBALAS 4nmehimof trYiTand aaaaaeeevaaaaseaaaaaaeataaae TIME TABLE tacpberry strawberries overHELPFUL dclfclooa rlohsirup andofspoonful horseradishenough water usingwill thicksweet InQuart 2 Idies v a aa tNeKKaN1 +a aa y aHN9KNNSSKKaNKNatRKa4 r PUBLIC spy8 OF j iai and PersoiMll rOPlflrl At the late residence Wof panic Tichenor deceased two milesHfnih f Fiiirfivld e highestand I yedflesdayiugust 2II9I2Vn f f Iwing and First trait Iii acres including residefceandsKrluiicinigs and eecond tract about 75 acres on East Sldeof a pikeH th tracts are in Sai ceptediPERSONAL PROPERTY ii At thf ante time and place we will sell one roan fllly two bay idIjyeari oW old twobaymaroa lamicr caw und cil founhwfdrs 12 stairs Jack juij Jittnet tIi shoats tWl sows FarminK iinplementa of rkinds huustlerdand kitchen urnitnrean tone Tfr Ten dcillrsancl Affultdr cash Over gnpetaoilai curbirjr Iurt er particulars addrI C M J S TIQHENOR r t Ahniniatrators of Daniel Tichenorr it U t D No I Bl omleld Ky ft Ibis dewsone year and the Daily i uisvilJe ost to I11 Jdfi nlier 10 Qqt SiSt ir only X153 jjt v DR G t T BURTON Jot i r RESIDENT DENTIST j All Work Guaranteed t cf t PHONE pt t lppio611agan Block up stalra tl SPRINGFIELD KY i DRj C MUDD Physiciannnand Surgeon Ik Office hours 8 to 9amj1td 2 pjn f Offices over Haydpns Drugstor t tr W FGRlGSgV ATTORNEYAT LW Office over Peoples Banlc- 8PRTNOP1ELD r KY 1 D MW HYATT office over Red Cross Drug 4 Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 txlto 12 m 4 to 5 pm f UJ Me WILLIAMS r Notary Public l WILLISBURG KYI Depositions a Specialtyt rJOHNYMAYESfytoftL fd fJlID tlcaSED EMBAlMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KYtl i iE fIy f TRUSTY PRACTICAL S DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barbers c liPental work reasonable prices t ft U work guaranteed K SPRINGFIELD JCYu F 6 RA BERRIESr Doubtless God could have made a betterberry but doubtless God never idld When the berries are plentiful a dish of fresh fruit Is most acceptable as a dessert or a salad When the berries must sefvp a number the fol rowing combnauon Is well liked Cut Into quarters a few marshmallows a e Jewistrawberrlea and a banana or two i Qi the dressing and allow to j i an hour to season The dress ingto be used for this kind of a salad Is better if rather sweet Equal parts of egg yolk and vinegar cooked to getheri then seasoned with any delj sired condiments and sugar and whipped cream added to taste make amost desirable salad dressing which J maybe kept Indefinitely adding the seasonings just before using If 4 are several whites of eggs and there1 yolks to use In the dressing whites before adding to the Ing If a green dressing Is desired for color chop a little parsley until very Line put It In a bowl and rub It with the back of a spoon until reduced t a paste A drop or two of alcohol will trhelpt Inmakingit smooth Add to the dressing I A very delicious dessert may be prepared by serving angel food that has been baked In a skeet then cut In x squaresand strawberries and whipped cream heaped on each Strawberry rlttel8A dish that Is r tint A only attractive to the eye as well us the palate are the fritters using an ordinary fritter batter and cutting t tbe berries In half add to the batter and drop Into hbt fat by teaspoonfuls Roll thefritters In powdered sugar ar rangeon a paper dolly and garnish the plate with whole fresh berries J For a first course at a breakfast or luncheon strawberries washed and rv unhulled surrounding a mound a powdered sugar all arranged on a dolly covered plate makes a very pretty way of searing the fruit ToI + mold the sugar press Into a small gloss or egg cup then carefully mover reJj SPURNING DARE SHE WEDS P Girl IB Won by a Youth Who Collected Her Fare Leaye Ball and f Get Knot Tied WInsted Conn On a dare her 1ton South Main WldQwedmOthCll bride ot Jesse T Rose or Torrlngton1 at midnight recently Both pearly twenties and popular In their rc Bpective towns On attaining his majorIty recently Mr Rose came Into possession of 11 about 50000 left him by his grandfa a s ther He owns two auromobljes ile fore he was twentyone he worked at3 a conductor on the trolley line tween Torrlngton and lnsted aiuii often collected fares from Mls Cor hat Miss Corbat went to Torrlngton thd f other evening and with Mr Rose a 1 tended the annual ball of Company M j f Second regtmerit Q N 0 in the ar 1 mory In an Intermission Dan Curid r prompted Mr Rose to pop tho nues 1tJon Daring her as friends assort go and get married Miss Corbatt not to be dared left the armory with Mr Rose Rev Albert Todd pastor w edCalvary Baptist church was rout 10 Vout of bed at midnight and ho tied ttlw J knot after which Mr and Mrs Roso Returned to the dance riTOWN w i t mw f WW Local fHappenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest AH About Yoursel rends and Acquaintancesl q M fl t1ICoolelsNew Pelt Hats fki white and colors Mrs Williilms rt The old tri dand tested Pet fept1nCoal Oil Stoves at Bar ber fc Pettus Mr Geo MuUican purchase d ofMr Harry Shader bis hous and lot on Doctor street FOR SALE Wag u and set o double harness T P OBryan Remember we have everything new in summerfelts Mrs Williams FOR RENT vT sy rooms over Shader Mnllfcarisatore and j rooms diver P J1 Thomas L4 BURNS Dont fail to see The badI Athlete and Tbe Little Crip pie at the Walnut Sri ef3t Thea tonight Mr and Mrs Edwin Dupuy Woodson are rejoicing over the arrival or twins a sou ao daughter Mrs Woodson vaS Miss Ellen Gregory before hen marriage Strayed on iny farm near Fqn wick one wblte sow weighing 250pounds Owner uiay haVe same by paving fur this ad vertisementaid for pastu rage Shelton Jeffries LOSTOn streets of Spring geld ladies black loather purse containing 24 and some small change Finder will return same to this office or the undersigned- and receive liberal sward Miss Bessie Campbell The Ministers of Springfield July 29th in the council room of Springfield State Bank and organized a Ministers Association With R E C Lawson chairman anti W A Wolfe Sec retarv Meeting first Monday iin each month at 930 am A revival will begin aiWiUis burg Christian church Qn Non day night August 12 The Min ister W Y WillfinJBorT r jyiill t assisted by WA WolTo of Springfield All are cordiallt invited to attend these mebl ings The ladies of Sriug field Baptist church invite the ladies of he other Baptist churches oft Certral Association to meet with them at their church in gprini InlssionaryI TOPICS 1- 1u ieaoa Wfo1 I DSiv MANNING DENTISTt SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Ptlone2B4R Hours 8 to 12 = to 4t Hifirli l4class moving pictures at StrcetTheatreeveryfjTupsddy Thursday and Saturday nights Also illustrated Songs and musicIt Tlie famous Old lonj ne1UI Perry ville which served as a hospital fOt wounded soldiers following the battle of Peryville is Doing torn down Women had the right to vote in the school elections last Saturday but so faraswe have Beard few if any of them availed themselves of the privilege in this county Fire of unknown origin de stroyed the McCriin Hotel at adtraveling salesman for the Owensbcro Spice and Tea Com pany lost his life in the flames Mr Aubrey wad well known here having traveled through lure fur several years Mr Win T Newton died at his home in Louisville Sunday and was buried was at Lebanon Tuesday Mr Newton was aI son of the late Alfred Newton and was well known here where he formerly lived He was a brother of Messrs Joe Oleui t and Leslie Newton of this dun4vI IAt any time during the of August we will fill your coal house with Jeli lico Block coalat 16cents andgive 80 Ibs to the bushel 15 cents on track WK Marks Sons Primary Election The State Primary Election was held in tIle County Just iSuturduv ad stands in a cia sl quinteelection The Hon Ben Johnson had no opposition for the Democratic nomination and polled 207 otes in the county On the Republi cm ballot however appeared the iifames of J P Whiiiinghill- ofGlendean and Joins G Thump son of this c unty Whitting hill got 32 votes and Thompson The tFair The catalogues ffr thi Wash ingjon county Fair are tow out and show some splendid prem jfilms for the various rind The number of rings for the jrsti day have been considerably i ssened and it would be well for iersons contempatu g nxhiuitin thin outlrat day to tint k koverl the catalogue to see wh ther oil not a premium is offerTheIsitf iij in ins have teen m tonal y increased on mules aj d jack stOk so that it makes iil worth i while for tiny ppr ontlaving a good animal to prt P1iit for the FAir On the gtfounds will 1 many attractions for truth dandl young The washing county Fair nas for several yejjrs past1 taken a first rank ain mg the County fairs of the Slat The crowds are always good ind this hstandjingof the time during the F ir OrkiesO Bryanff Mr Thomas W OBrfnand Miss Della Orkies were married at St Rose Vednesdavy lRev Father McGonagle Th i at eu datts were Mr Robert R ney and Miss Mattie Orkies Tip groom is a son of Mrs Fnny0Bryan- and the late Watt OBrjan He iis a young farmer a tidis well liked by all who know hl1 white the bride who is a daj ghter of Mr Robert Orkies HI a handsome young lady witlj a large circle of friendsI Yr EdIMr Dee Edgingtun Yankey were quietly aj riied at the residence off Rev R E C Lnwaon last Sunday norning surptlse1asof the contracting part es knew that the wedding Wl to take place The groom La son ofI Mrs Tom Baker and a hustl ing young farmer bile his brde isa beautiful amii attrac tive young lady rCharley Mi Robert Chrlej died at his home near Cross Boads last ITr day of dropsy Ho was born m Indiana in 1MO and had been living in this countyor about a yoirs Mr Clmtlfj had in il health fur seve al IpenI He WIS a union sol Her served wiih credit ijvough hcl Civil War Siico his residence Mere he had folio wet the occu pation of fanning was np no dIjllit citiMi ihighlyI re IHmlFt at Wilrsburg last Sunday by she Rv Wolf and pH Hays lpicst G A IL ofr IVilJkburgI HI is survived b4its wife uid threw children I 14 t 1 1a iII1tn i e j ctt np Cough LEIcovingto Park Li ts SATURDAY AUGm 111 SEVEN ofthe MOST BEAUTIFULrI LOTS in all SPRINGFIELD Will be sold to the Highest bidder or the above date begin t tningpromptly at 2 oclock pm Three ofF these lots are situated on Main Street near Grade Schox l and four of them on Covingtonl Ave between Main and f llg streets Now is your chance to buy Choice Lots and it may be your last chance to buy i firstclass one right iri town as good building lots are getting scarce in Springfield J Streets Sidewalks and Terraces are Already Made Fine Lotof Shade Trees and Some Fruit Trees are R ady for Yuyoukno it takes a tong time to grow trees Each one of these Lots are ready to build on nothing to do but buy the lot and put your Springtfield to supply the demand at present and the town is growing rapidly We have one of the best tobacco markets in the state one of the best Graded Schools in the State the best water light and ice plant of any town in the country of its size Churches of every denomination good stfcres etc TERMS OF SALE 0 Hethird Cash balaocein oneand two years For further information apply to WK1 ROBERTS orS M CAMPBELL Auc ol eer r IJ FERBUNAI t Miss Emma JHeidiinger of Louisville will be with Miss Susie Muratta at the Selecman home for a month Dr J N Sliauniy of Louis ville the guestoft his mother find sister here Mrs Felix Hamilton of Leba lion is the guest of friends here Mrs W V Stallard of LI s ville is visiting her sisters here Mr Will Dbrsey and wife of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs BV Baumbauer dvlr and Mrs W F Grigsbv left Monday for an Eastern trip They will go to Washington City Old Point Comfort Buffalo Niagara Falls and other points Mrs Sarah Wilson Chambers and Mrs Carothers of Bards town visited Mrs Chris Hert lein Wednesday Mr Casper Kuhn was here Tuesday fie will leave in a short ante for a trip toAlaska Mrs Joe Johnson of Louisville is the guest of her father- J B Hill Miss Margaret Spalding has owen31boroMrs A M Hayes of Louisi vine is yisiiitiff her parents 11I and Mrs W H Leachman Miss Louise Haydou has returned from a visit to Memphis TennMrs A L Jenkina of CincinI nati is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Mr U D Lalte is in Winstot1 Salem N C ViSi1tipgDr Chas A Edelen and faintly were in town Miss Aletbaire SundayI en the sick lIst Mr J J McCabe and daugh tel Eiiibetb are in Louis ille this week Mr and Mrs F B Noe have returned from visit to relatives at Morton GapIMrs B Cunningham spent a ff v iliys in Louisville this Ft 11r G B Cunningham left Monday un business trip to Uki lahoma and Texasl Jri R L flush who h 11 oeen taking a special tours at Howling ireen is at home Mrs lien F Simms is ill at her home near town Miss Jennie Logs loll has re turtutl frpm New Haen Miss Elizaoeth Brown has re turned to Bloomfield after a visit to the family of L M Gregory Mrs Fanny Blavdfbrd has re turned from a visit to Miss Lulu rimurun at Lebanon Miss Me Williams of Louis v Ile hits returned home after a few t enUs visit to Mrs Katie Williams Mr C W Hagan of Lebanon wns in town Tuesday on business Mrs Putt aid son Joseph of Fairtiedtwore in town Sunday Mr Frank WllleU is at French Lik Springs ihis week histtrunc e Mr Arthur Campbel at Cliicngo III Mrs Turn B Spldiug and children have returned to their home in B mistown niter a visi to her parent M t Robert Matson and Miss iaizcI tit Spnldini of Lebanon were in town Monday Mr L B fain Missus Maytce and Katie Jiiti Misses Bertha Huydon and Lillie Simms motor ed to Fuirteld Sunday Mr G D Duncan was in Louisville Friday Mrs J L Barber and Miss Louis Iiainiltii are at French Lien Sprirgs Misses Abbie and Anna lKim = ball were in Louisville Friday Miss Margaret Edelen isspend ng a few days in Louisville The Robertson Claybrooke Co Will havq on di splay Mens Suit iqgs and OverpoatinRs Friday and Saturday August99 and 10 This is Strouse Bros line of yaitimorej ild They will be prepared to take Your measure for a Fall SUit or Evercoat t J Pl5X T T SEMIANNUAL 1 y a I l 1it t 1 AlI8mnier Goods Must Go l 11REDUCTIONS can Ends IN buy EVERY Have DEPARTMENTil I Your Own Price i I Lot of boys Long Pant Suits 16 t019 yrs size 298 and 398 X of small sizes m Mens Suits for 350 the sUtt v 4 These suits originally sold forSlO and 15 SuGrOne lot Mens Hats Half Price IILot 3 and 4 low cut shoes and 2 per pairi rtLot IIcidies Skirts at half price Ladies Shirts Waists at Reduced Prices JL ies Muslin Underwear at Reduced Prices Two Ladies Corit Suits for 298 and 398 formally sold for 1650 It l I 12 I2 and 15c Lawns go for IOc a yard V Woolen Dress Goods and Silks at bargain Prices I Reduced Prices on Cotton and Shirtings Iti Reductions in Carpets Mattings Rugs Linoleums Paper Lace Curtains and Draperies IIWall that you can buy chewer here callanII No Goods Charged at Reduced Pricesa I TIDE ROBERTSON SLAY ROOKS CO 1 I iNCORPORATD a J1i L ir I I I 1 I NOW I AND SAVE MONEY Beginning August 1st 1912 we will fill I IIGradew I 1 15c per Bushel on Car or 16c del er d1I 1 II 80 lbs to the bushel 7I ztx l I ILII 4 INotice All persons who made purch ases at my sale are hereby notified thiii my books are in the hands of Jai C McElroy and t thay will please go to him at the t a First National Sink and seulei W D CLAY BROOKE The Coughs of Children They may not cough today but what about tomorrow Better be prepared for it when it comes Ask your doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctors medicine at hand This cough medicine is especially good for children No anodynes NO alcohol Many a child is called dull and stupu when the whole trouble is due t6 a liz l liver We firmly believe your own doc suchorAyertor will tell you that an occasional children a reatdeal of good Ask him iiia by tbe i o ATZB o Lowers ar jf T 2 tA Reliabland Comprehensiyeieleplione Semce r Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universalsetvIe that r is local connections with all citizens 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y0u1canLthat he JIlust have I faDe over the cliff In the dark By tk4 fUJe they get through talking afcctff It and haying an IInquest oyer la Millervale we will have had a 1cbaioe to finish any more Investlgat g Cw want to do You can start itMwnjfiT right said the constable bat r whiwJH I do with them warrants yourttepoved body you camvit em yeur way back and well etk one in WIth us Come on eaUiffe Dodds and you too Craridall I t t to ask you some questions aWit or friend over there You Keit stay bere with Miss Farrlsh leavingIMiHctttso that I couldnt doubt that 4 rwackBanHy were they ontoZ the doorbeI fefcf Lealoe turned to me with sup r pHMt arms and cried out with a sobI la ker rolce Harding forgive me MSaC deceived you it fa you I cried you who must forgive art for having disobeyed your wtafc fr hav1ag come out here after jW k4ia ed aae not to for having a1eti bullet through your dear j MirL iaY didnt kn9wyon couldnt kMW1 that I was here r HIt kwr can you ever lheSObbed1 Itolayoar LJea I protested D you sever lied to me Whatever these dear llya have said I knew I always knew 7aIp heart was true Katharine asked It and I had to prelse her Tea mean about Hugh CrandalL Yee she breathed I dont know pt what It is that Is between them Itra something about about my fa thor Crandall knew it and Katharine 1ltlstheYdlJr f them KathafTae made me promise ttati osld tell no one not even yo- iaTswoAiaM not tp reveal to anyone that I had even seen Hugh CrandalL I ffcad to promise her you understand dont yea lly aksVr was a kiss full on he- rr UwkJ1 my arms went about her and hett lertlgh to me Of eevM dear girl I breathed IKBtffituuL I understood all the f 7wl1KliWE KI wa so afraid she murmured afraid you would think I was decelv i fRt you that I didnt love you As our lips met In along sweet kiss a wave of joy swept over me that all Imt obliterated thoughts of the dread ful yellow letter I forgot for the mo I iaeiit the drugsodden creature lying ria tu corner not twenty feet away from us I knew but one thing Lou IsefteVei He What mattered any I e I r L1iProtested Dear Girl You l Z Never Lied to jUen tnKt In therhapaodrthat only those who have loved can Understand we r 4 heldfeach other In close embrace In a delightfulsilence may have been4r for one minuteIt may have been for tea or twenty Time for either of us tad oat Its powerSWe were the Ii world just we ourselves Tke speW was broken by a slightt twftchfesrof the man jacross the roomu TTe fcamefo ourselves with a start as from a dream I went over to his aId e 4f and looked at him He was still dead to all around him Jyou understand Harding dear dont yout said Louise as I resume i 4myplace beside her why I asked yoU t to dropf your search As socn aa Katharine became conscious and I told her that you were on the trail of the yellow letter she became greatly ex died Silo Insisted thatl should make you withdraw at once She was detero t xftneafo know all about what you had j done and I told her of your being here t in Ardway She weak and ill as she S Wu maui me swear that I would reI tail you b7 telephone She wanted ato teiwhoBe to Hush CrandalL too JrtonMq1cfrdkws YlJJoT1JlJ1 IIICnJmD1IIl dear I loved you so that I could not restwhlle this terrible mystery that hung over your dear ones was unsolved I felt that it was my duty to disregard your wish I realized that you were being compelled by some In fluence you could not withstand to act as you did You are not angry with me areyou dearest Of course Im not she said with a wan smile patting my hand gently But tell me I asked what of Hugh Crandall What Is his connec tion with this dreadful mystery t 1 dont know she answered thoughtfullyI all along that he bad something to do with It and you knowlingthelnspectQrirKatharine trusts him yet I know father for some reason forbadeImy the houleu criedIby love to his real character- I bl1ndedI think you must Be said Louise He knows about Istenoe of a paper that gave some man a strange hold on my father Katharine knew of it too He may have told her She Insisted on my ac companying him out here to try to help recover It Didnt he tell you about it on the wa70utt No 1 asked him what it was He told me that too many people knew its contents now The more I think about it the more perplexed I am about the mysterious manner in which both be and Katharine acted about this document Tell me everything I insisted all my suspicion against Crandall return- Ing anewTo with he insisted on our leaving the chauffeur In Newark though it had been my Intention to have him come with us Crandall would not hear of it Katharine put you in my charge he said and It is her wish as well as my own that we take every precaution for secrecy It Is better that only you and I go on this mission We want no servant gossiping about this matter put where are we going and wh7t I asked him Surely I have a right to know that We are going to try to recover from the hands of the wi est blackguard on earth a ed1 P081Hsslonnot we shall succeed If we do II shall put this document In your hands and you must promise that It shall not go out of your possession until you havelplaced It in your sisters hands You must promise me too that you will ask no questions about it and that you will not read It When Katharine has seen It do with It whatever she tells you She probably will say that you are to burn It without reading Cant you Bee Harding what a dilemma I was inf I felt that what Mr Crandall asked me tp do was Kath arines wish They had talked togeth er for nearly half an hour Just before yow came to the house I had to promise what he asked though I pro tested first It seemed to me that car tying back the document to Katharine would excite her and retard her re cover and I told him so The sight of that document safe in her own hands will do more to cure her speedily than all the doctors in the world he answered IDid he mean the yellow Wtert I queried I dont know I asked him if that was what he meant and he would not answer me The only thing he did tell me was that there had been strange developments in the case since he had undertaken to get this paper for Katharine They seemed to puzzle him greatly He said that something with which he had nothing to do had goluggone into hiding How will we find him t I asked heIsCrandalltolddirectionshownetted cottage and made an appoint tonlghtAI I not know what to think about Cran dalls part In the affair It seemed now that he had been acting in Katharines behalf though this did not explain his theiYoungWhy you suppose that he and Katharine Insisted on you coming out heiref Why could not Crandall himself have recov ered the document and restored it to Katharine thatthecondition that Itshould be received by either my father or Katharine They did not wish it known that my taWhat had happened and aa they were certain this man knew Milar Katk W Nq k SM tttjfwit difference in must women They arc troubled wltbc nerves f they seWer from backache eadachercleep1essncss a sensation of irritability or twtckWi tlubes dizzy spells pr many other symptoms of female weakness TM Wed disorder and inflammation should be treated with Dr Pierr s Lotion a TflMelt Mil the irregularity and weakness of the female system corrected and s4rbaed with Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription The strain upon the young WMMba brtkwo nof middle age upon the nerve and bipod forming structures S BMyW too treat for her strength Fbiai the time to take this restorative tonic sag stre4tkgiving nervine and regulator For over forty years sold by druggists r iorWoisMas peculiar weaknesses and distressing ailments The out rtmtdj so perfect in composition and so goodtin curative effects as to warranta its makers In printing its every ingredient on its outside 1 1 wrapper The pee remedy which absolutely contains neither alcohol nor injurious pr habitforming drugs rx STFoliowing letter selected at random from a large number 1i of similar ones and cited merely to illustrate these remarks Injtt c t Ir thAirtQttf of I became greatly run down and urerohrs write MjuS nT ot Swan Creek Mklu Rout L Box I tr rs slowly Lot Bartly grew worse and at bat resolved to applJ to the doe J tort for he1Zte doctor said I had Inflammation enlargement and lacer ntlcn I wo nbe4 ten weeks and rot no better The doctor said Iwould hva to hay an operation but to that Uslan Jhoa t i hand purchpe two bottles of Dr Ilercsa Faortte PrncriJlUori When 4 t t letartad to tab thIs remedy could not walk across the itcrbotaftcr crIhad taken thre bottLts I could feel myself bdna10 ldroipd the doctor and took Dr Plerces yft PreeerfptJonOnJYler it I think beuerte r- ctrrnrt ior zite t was to go ivitn nnn and Impersonate my sister DId you get the document No we failed said Louise and I donot know what In the world I am to ten Katharine We came out here in ItW afternoon Crandall thought advisable to find the place by thelaneItjj throughthe thicket until we came In sight of the cottage There were two men moving about In the cottage Young arid another man whom Mr Crandall told me was the postmaster at Ardway He seemed surprised at the presence of the postmaster We watched for half an hour and then took the automobile back to a little hotel about three miles away from Ard- yj For some reason Mr Crandall did not want to stop in Ardway 4j guess I was the reason I replied But when did you return here vVWe had dinner at the little hotel and as soon as it was dark started back for the cottage When We nr rived we found a light In the window and saw Young there in a stupor just as you see him The other man was nowhere around After trying to awaken Young without success Mr Crandall searched his clothes but there was nothing In any of his pock eta He even felt all the seams and took off his shoes in search of the pa per we wanted but It was nowhere on him He ransacked the cottage as well as was possible In this dim light but could not find any suggestion of a hidingplace Out in the little shed aaUpeatablesbread milk eggs and such things We decided from this that the other manRouser I think Mr Cran dall had said his name washad gone to some neighboring farmhouse or store to llay in supplies and probably would soon return Mr Crandall sug tested our hiding In the bushes until rr his arrival and we did so We had theIwhat happened I heard shots and felt a vaIn In my arm and I think I screamed and then I dont remember any more until I found you bending over me To think that It was my bullet that hit yout f cried I might have killed you Its only the lightest sort oft scratch she protested It doesnt even hurt any more It does not boll r me half to much as to know how to tell Katharine that we failed In cir mlsaiou Tell her said I that one of the conspirators Is dead and that the other Is safe in the hands of Inspector Davis and myself Tell her that any document either of us finds that In any way relates to her father will be placed in her hands at once Tell her that I lll pot leave the prisoners side until I have it safe and that my honor is pledged both for Davis and myself that no word affecting her father willI ever become public Crandall is out there now talking with Davis and I think you will find that he too will tell her the same thing As If In corroboration of my words the three of them Crandall Davis and the constable returned just at this moment Come Miss Farrlsh said Crandall I think it time I was starting with you If you feel able to travel have run the car up Just outside tIn cottage I think we can safely leav the completion of our mission to the inspector and Mr Kent I wish Mr Kent was coming back with us said Louise in a sweetly plaintive tone that made me long to gratify her wish need him here said the In ipector almost roughly And that comes first for all otust she said bravely as I helped her the car I watched the automobile out of light and then turned back Into the cottage where I found the constable stretched on the floor already fast asleep Davis sitting on the floor before some smoldering logs that had been placed in a rudelj constructed open fireplace seemed wrapped In thought and did notevenlook up when I entered Nevertheless I seated myself on the floor beside him and placing my hand on his shoulder I said once more And now I want to know all aboutt lit Shut up he said savagely shaking off my hand Cant you see I want to think j Rebuffed and amazed by his rude getIous as his others had been rude he said If I were you Harding Id fol low the constables example and try to get some sleep You and I have a hard day ahead of us tomorrow Seeing that be was in no mood to be questioned I sm6th red back the many things I wanted to ask him and stretched myself on the floOr not to sleep but to ponder As I reviewed the amazing events of today of yesterday of the day bef re It seemed as If ages and agesgrim mystifying terrifying ageshad passed since that hour when Heft my office lightheart ed to call on Louise Farrish And the morning the inspector had saidwas to bring a hard day for both Of US What new terror could tomorrow hold CHAPTER XIV ExplainsThump I had not thought slumber possible Mybewilderedrecall to actvlty took subconscious cognizance if a regular persistent pounding and eventually succeeded in stirring me to attention l suddenly sat up and looked about me I found myself In the deserted cottage the drug slave still motionless on his couch and the logs still smoldering in the fireplace whereitthe sleeping form of Dodds the constable engaged In the work of awaK entng him by the park policeman methodkicking hlm on the soles of hla shoes The process was successful Tho constable snorted drew up Lila legs rubbed his eyes and sprang to his feet It will be daylight In half an hour I youtoaround to where Rousers body lies Bring me any papers you find In his pockets Leave his money and his watch and keys so8JInot to arouse any suspicion of robbery As soon as you have done that I want you Uo drive back and pick up the body before anroneeisaflndglt IJrive with r it io amierraie anti leave it mere lDont talk too much Toll everybody that you found the body atfthe foot II Nevertheless Seated Mys If on the IIIof the precipice and impres on them that It must have been an ccldent in nlIentlyAs soon as the constabl had goner Davis lit a cigarette tur dup coat cpllar and took jjjseat 91arough bench Just outside tb door Come on out here H ding andI watch the sun rise he ca ed to me I rose hastily from wrereI had lbeen sitting gazing stupid about me and Joined him qn the be h There was something ou wanted to ask me wasnt there he said pleasantly There were so many th gs I want ed to ask him I hardly kn v where to begin but the first thing blurted out twas Is Hugh Crandall guilt He Is guilty only ofebti Ing In love with Katharine Farrish ag inst her fa thers wishes he replied But surely I said d gedly he has some connection witt the crime of the yellow letters He knew Young He knew where o find him There are mauy things bout his ac lions that to jny mind c for expla nation Did you notice his ves asked Davis It was still too jirk for mctoIsee the inspectors fac but I felt sure that he was laughii at me He made me feel that way a too often I didnt I answered ather cross ly but what that do with It GJGJto Im afraid Kent said be fore you will never ma e a good tective You are entlrj y too dOI servant of important de ills Do recall my asking early our investi gation whether or not randall had blue eyes Yes I grudgingly a mltted I call S soon as I dlsrove ed that Cran dall had blue eyes tlmt e Imlnated him as the probable crimina i done see your iLgi iIve told you before said Davis after a pause long noigh to permit him to light another c arette that there are classes of cr ne and types of criminals each str igly marked thetstart that this crime is of the hid 1den conisplracy blackmail sedet plotting ithe kind that requires a skilful sneak You never In your lifoj found a blue eyed sneak There ar lots of blue eyed desperadoes and hirglars Most of the notorious badn of the west were blueeyed but yo dont find a man with blue eyes sh feting Qr stabbing a man in the baci or kidnapping a child or writing ul kmaillng let1 tt IWhile all convinced by his argument I fell that It would be useless for me to t spute It for I would be invading corrparatlvely un knrfwn territory whereas ho undoubtedly had dozens of cat at his fingertips ready to Illustrate his theory I decided to change the tubject recall too id that you 1asked if Crandall was fthanded So far as I saw he is not What of that Is that another proof Crandalls in nocence provoCrandallssers guilt In tact was the left righttrackvery cottage For Heavens sakesnld II Impa tiently dont talk in iddles Go on and explain it JYoure not to blame he continued calmly fur net tiavixk seen the left handed clue You 1a4 the education Only a person who hn4 seen hundreds and hundreds of envc lopes and had studied then clpsely vould have ob served It Vou rernet bet that a policeman brottght me ijxrt of a yellow envelope that had a found In old Andrew Klsers room On It was a stamp and part of th postmark The first Jhing that nofidd was that the l w s n rooked This might mean much or rothing A left handed pprson Bmiing a letter in variably gets tl sl np on crooked It ordinarily is put in he upper right hand corner of the envelope A right hasithe nIl wltlflyour hand comes in ueh a position that the edges of t envelope arej hidden and in cases out of a hundred is out of plumb On the nlnetjnine as a post ofllco inspector aware that in a business where there Is a an ofllco boy mailing hu reds of letters at a time Is apt to et most of the stamps on crooked this yellow let ter was one that hai been mailed In a business office tho crooked stamp meant nothing If oi the other hand it had been mailed ngly or with a few others It was prttty safe betting that the man who milled it was left handed It was ehsy after I came to Ardway especially a Rouser was alI ready missing and ev ry one was talkI ling about him to lern that he was lefthnndedII still fail to see I said ly why you did nft stubbornI dall These were miiny things that seemed to point to h this telephon j lug to Katharine jus before she shot herself his sudden d apPearance the finding of the morph e syringe In his rooms the Ardway ac ross In his note hook coupled with t to tctthat General Farrlsh had fo pldden him the houBe i do not se hqw you could helgeectin himiIIll admit that bn 10 surface these tnlngs aU did loolra damaging but against this Was th one imni + rt a vreltDnancctl too sane It I might put It that way I quickly learned that ho was a repu table business man that Ho was one of the governors in two clubs nnd you yourself Informed me that Katharine Farrish had thought highly of him No wellbalanced man commits crimes of this sort You might find an insane man conducting a successful business and getting away with It but sit Is highly improbable that he could sue ceed in not betraying his mental con dition to his clubfellows or hls wom en friends On the other hand a man might bo sane enough In society but you would find the vagaries of his brain manifesting themselves In busi ness As soon as I convinced myself that Crandall was sane and wellbal anced I felt that all possibility of his being the criminal was eliminated Do you mean to tell me I cried angrily that all criminals are in sane Yes said Davis thoughtfully I mean exactly that The time will come when our courts will not be pun live but curative Men are criminals because they can not help it The great wellbalanced majority of people see that In the observance of the laws the community has made for itself lies the only hope of a happy regular Ilte Tho unbalanced few the un hY product of unfit parents In ttheir poor misshapen brains are unable to comprehend this They become the rebels against authority slaves of alcohol had narcotics theIlthat poor devil in there They not help themselves Its the fault their parents Its tho shape of their beads its the diseased condition of their nerves Its our fault tor h Ing the same care In breeding the hu man race that we would In breeding horses or dogs Oh boshA said I I ask you how you account for the hypodermic sy Tinge in Craridalls rooms and I a though you pre getI Davis Im afraldtbat you are weak In logic Having decided that Cran dall had no criminal connection with the caso what then I set up the theory that hs connection was exact ly the same as your own You were In love with Louise and were detert mined to trace tho hidden danger that was threatening her father He was In love with Katharine and was try JtturV But How About the Morphine Syringe Asked Again Ing to do the sanie thing In fact he had several weeks the start of you Every one of his actions which you regarded as so suspicious and damna tory was perfectly explicable on this theory Yes grudgingly admitted as hastily reviewed them In my mind suppbse they could all be explained In that way The question then came to me continued Davis how could Crandall have known of tho hidden danger that threatened General Farrlsh It was highly Improbable that the gen oral would confide n thing of this sort either to his daughter or to her fian ceoHe must have ome on it in some other wa Judged that when he revealed his knowledge to the general the latter In fear that his daughter might learn what ic had been trying to keep from her In rage ordered Crandall from the house The only logical way for Crandall to be restored to favor was fPh him to clear up tho mystery that was men acing the general As he hail been at work on It fur some time felt sure that in his rooms we Would find a clue to the address of the persons we were seeking was confident too that af fairs were approaching a crisis Cran dall apparently had taken Katharine Into his confidence It looked as If some plan they might have inade had failed and that this failure had driven Katharine to despair Wltlietlre lock box In Ardway as a clue with the left handed stamp as evidence and with Crandalls movements to watch I felt certain that we could qutckly solve the whole mystery nut how about the morphine sy ringe I asktd again hardly gave it a second thought For all knew It may have come there by accident yet Ciandnll quickly plained Its presence IP the talk that I have Just had with him lie kept this chap Young there in his rooms for two weeks trying to worm out of him tho secret with which Young had been trying to blackmail tho old gen oral When Young disappeared ho left the syringe behind him So I exclaimed In excitement the mystery of tho yellow letter was a blackmailing plot against General Farrish w No said Davis dont think the Farrlsh case had anything to do with the other chain of suicides unless it was that both devilish plots originated In the drugfevered malevolent brain of the poor fellow In yonder It IB true that General Farrish got yellow letters Once a week for months and months he has found one In his mall each more threatening more menacing than Its predecessors He has for a long long time been living in dolly dread that the anonymous writer pf these letters might at any moment carry out his threats and expos him to public shame and disgrace him In daughtersI I asked IYoung boated to Crandall about the weekly letters So sure did ho feel that penqral Farrlsh would not dare openly to prosecute him that with fiendish malignity ho took delight In retailing to Crandall the dreadInspir ing phrases be had employed and In dilating on the terror they undoubted ly were causing the general It Is small wonder that Uio sight of you and Louise examining the scrap of one of the yellow letters coming as It did debt on ton of Katharine qnw J TwThTact araiynsvPoormust have suffered Far more than we can Imagine said Davis I do not think any oae but a halfcrazed drug fiend either could have conceived such refinement of torture as of always using the same peculiar yellow stationery Think what a shock It must have given Gen eral Farrish each time he saw one of those yellow envelopes lurking among his morning mall Think what a strain it must have been as he wait ed morning after morning for them bearing the burden of his awful si lence Think what horrible specters In yellow must have hapned his brain as he tried to sleep No won der he collapsed when he dldP put are you sure Young wrote all the yellow letters Certainly said the inspector get ting up from the bench and entering mlqutlateryellow paper and envelopes As I ex amined them I saw that they were of exactly the color and texture of all the fragments of yellow letters that I had seen Where did you find them tot I asked In a cupboard over there by the fireplace I dont know whether you noticed it or not but over there too is the typewriter t n which Young wrote the letters that hq gave Rouser to moll for him What makes you think Rouser mailed them There are six different things that prove Rousers connection with Youngs fiendish plots The stamps were put on by a lefthanded man and Rouser was lefthanded The answers were received in the Ardway post office where Rouser was postmaster Lock Box 17 to which they were ad dressed was not entered In the list of boxholders You yourself found a large sum of money In the postoffice cashdrawer that had ho business be ns there Rouser himself mysteriously disappeared when he round that some one was on the trail of the yel low letters And lastly Rouser and Young for weeks have been together mot of the time How did you learn that Young It seems the Inspector continued is well known In Ardway his boyhood having been spent In the town His father was a welltodo lawyer who became addicted to drugs His mother died In the state asylum for the Insane The constable Dodds has known him for many years He went to Harvard and there was a classmate for a while of CrandalL He has been going from bad to worse each time he returned to Ardway on his periodic visits seeming to be more ond more addicted to morphine His inheritance was spent long ago and it has pin a mystery to every one where 1 got considerable sums that he has had at times With all his fruits ho has much magnetism and a plausible tongue and makes friends readily So far as t cab discover after hebai1 concocted his plot against General Farrish he had some difficulty in obtaining satisfaction and tried to enlist the aid of Crandall Crandall went at once to General Fairish and was ordered out of the house Crandall despite his treatment by the general was determlnedto solve the mys tery and for months kept track of Young trying to worm out the secret and render him powerless At times he gave Young small sums and for a while asl have said had him In his rooms doe day Young disappeared taking with him some Jewelry of Cran dolls and It was only a few days ago that Crandall succeeded In finding him here in Ardway Youngt having failed to blackmail General Farrish tried to open up negotiations for the sale of his documents through Cran dall Crandall or course could not communicate with General Farrish so he called Katharine on the telephone and made an appointment with her Evidently he explained the whole af fair to her and when the negotiations failed It was more than she could bearThat all seems logical I said but I tall to see yet what connection there Is between General Fairish and old Andrew RIser Nor do I see the con nectlon between the suicide of the old woman In the hotel at Ardway and the suicide of the young woman In the park lake yet In each of these cases there were yellow letters I do not see it myself yet said Davis frankly and yet I know It ex- Ists I know that the hellish Ides that drove them all to death was planned by that distorted brain Inside the cot tage there He was silent for several minutes as he gazed at the rising sun seeming ly absorbed in the glorious spectacle Ill find out he sold explosively Ill make him tell What are you going to doVeI asked How will you make him t For answer he took from the pocket of his coat two sets of thin steel cuffs one for the arms and the other for the ankles and stepped within the cot tage I followed wonderingly and watched him as he turned Young over on his face and bringing his hands together behind him snapped on the cuffs He shackled his feet too and then picking up a stout rope passed It between the two sets of shacklei and around a beam In the side of thi cottage wall leaving enough slack to permit the shackled man a small amount of liberty During the whole operation Young hung limp and ap rarcntly lifeless still in the drug stu por but as Dull finished his work he began to talk incoherently The shaking up I gave him in fast enlng himup said Davis will brini him to He will wake up in a tan minutes and then Ill find out every thing I want to know Ill make him tell What are you going to do gasped torture him totINo said the Inspector grimly ai he dragged a itool over near the couch and placed on It a hypodermic syringe he had found in the cabin and with It a morphine preparation Ho gaged thfl distance with his eye and moved the stool so that while It would be In plain sight of the shackled man when heawoke It would be utterly Impossible for him to reach It No he said Im not going to torture him His drugracked nerves will do it for me CHAPTER XV- TheTorture Hell is a place of unsatisfied desirer and In Its lowest depths are those who writhing In the agony of their decaying nerves shriek for their be loved morphine and shriek In Tail Many times ln my life I have seeR the souls of men and women too put to hard andbltter tests Once I sew a mntcrroan U ruI tChildren Crr for Fletcheraaa Khid YouHnve i beenInand has becii made under his perv 25rsupetylsion rAnceltsbifancy i iSwc9wc Allono ODe to dccctvoyoujnthls All Counterfeits Imitations and Tttstaggpod are butExperiments that trifle with end eriilangrer tho health l Infants and 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loreiy cnna Arouna aim pressed a howling angry mob led by the babys father who would have had his life With bold daring he stood on his platform as on a throne with his controller bar for his only weapon and defied them all outwardlyItreat as man could bear and live For days and months i doubt not that all nightly dreams brought him con1 itant horror plctures of the child he sad killed rrf Once too I had to be the bearer jf the new when a workmans mis step on a frame of steel sent him plunging down eighteen stories to death In the foul tenement where J told my new I saw a tired gaunt woman walk the floor and scream and moan three frightened little Children slinging to her skirts Often too In my practice In the courts I have seen men In dreadfulI mlstry a ruffian bold and iplt 77tbe bloodguilt on his soul face ill tie world courageously until tho- Jurys foreman said the word that brought the death alri hqrror to bis heart and crumpled him weeping to the floor I haveseen men of good repute sentenced lot shameful crimes with their saddened families looking on as they burned rwlth grief and ihsme that their sins had fqund them out Yet all the concepts that my brain had formed of the utmost In polo and shame and misery faded Into Inslg nlicance before the things I saw In tkat tula cottage In the Jersey hills where for two Jong days Davis and BtyseX kept watch ore the fettered master criminal waiting waiting waltlnr UU his druaMarur W t JOBCrII putatfonRaaklsrJ55rRsgbankcatliirrlznsareliortaldngDt1ugQons ICATALOGUE For prices on lessons BY MAIL write JKO F DRAUGHON President Nashville Tenn Forwcat alogne on courSe JTCOLL Gtwrite Physicians system genusreliableIrdIgestlonbUloUSDISS LAXATIVE = JJELS1LUt iuouiu uiojie uan tea us the secret ot his yellow lettersIShackled hand and foot though he lhad found himself when he came out a pf his stupbrvHs selfcontrol was at first wonderful For a few minutes alter Davis hrfd fastened his bonds he lay there tossing arid twitching then suddenly opened his eyestpierclngt they1werennd I The rope througK tho manacles bev hind him stopped him ahdiZ and threw him back on his couch At the issame time he caught sight of Davis Blttjngnoaf the fcot of his couch In silence they ejod each other neither of thorn Baying a word Stealthily Young shifted fi st his hands and then his feet as If to ascertain the extent of lila bond Finding himself secure ly fastened ho Jet his eyes rove around the room and discovered me He studied my face sharply as If to read my mission but quckly turned firs gaze to pavls again as n recus uizing in him his master captor Then he laughed a hideous chil ling defiant laugh that ended In an unheaHhy gurgle In his throat Well he asked InaulrJngly I looked for Davis to seize on this propitious moment when Young just aroused from drugslumber would be weak and nervous to ply him with questions about the things We wished to know but tho Inspector was too much a mastery ot his craft for that As if ho had not heard his prisoners 4question he sat there staring fixedly ot Ojn man befarehim To ba COltleL DcWitfs Kidney aWlI MtrP- IFoMcALcuI t J