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ESTABLisflEDI JN 1883 JlI NEWSERIES YQL XIX NQ 33 SPINGFIELO MSHlNbON J COUNTY AUGUST 15 1912 III fc tiII Ix TH Nitp1E5 t JEWESS RESTORED TO LIFE t Mark v 2t 43543Aug 18 lnd Ue took tllt damsel by hand end sctd unto her Tqlltha cwnl tchlch if MAg Mcrprticd Damsel I fay unto thecf ftriie f T tl HEN JESUS and the Apos m ties returned to the vIc n Ity of Capernaum the p pie were on the lookout for them especially Jalrus one of r rulers of the syuagogice He came and Hfitilittledeath As they went to the house of K Jalrus the multitude followed and prqcesslon1etntIme Jalrus house telling that the child was dead But Jesus said to the be reaved father Be not afraid only be Herfe The multitude was left and onl three of the Apostles Peter James and Jphn went on with Jesus and Jalrus When they arrived they beheld a grey tumult connected with the customary r r shedt iiE to weep that the child was not dead but asleep What did He mean Did the Great Teacher prevaricate J3e spoke In the same manner In respect t to His friend Lazarus saying Laze rus sleepeth and then later He ext plated that he was dead How shall we understand these words Wjhat were the facts All Live Unto Him The key to the matter is given u s in our Lords own words to the Sad ducees who denied that there wool be any resurrectlon of the dead ornn 4tutuUe Luke xx 2738V i proceeded to give them a proof that the dead arenot- aUrdendr In the sense that the brute beasts are dead because God t In His Plan has made an arrange spent for the res urrection of hu manity from the J jdearth anteswbefeas He hasJa tai at film tuts made no arrangement for the resur rettlon oftUie brute beast The pro vision for mans resurrection was tha t God would provide a Redeemer to sat lafy the claims of Divine Justice against Adam uud all his race and who thnswould become the Great De x lIe rer and estayiahlns His Messianic Kingdom wbutlT release all mankind from thespowerorr death FroD1tb1s sIautipoint Gods stand point no human bvlng Is dead Thei awakening will be accomplished by 4 Messiahs Kingdom tend all vlll then have fullest opportunity of coming to a knowledge of God 5 character as His will respecting them and all will i Ibe nssistedback to harmony with God If they so desire that they may thus reach itignln the porfectlon of life los by disbbedieucc It Is in view of this Divine Intention the awakening of the dead ttm Jesus spoke of death 118n 8Ieep aerlod of rest of quiet of unconsC 0 sness LLoo n ato the Bible for nn answer as to wh rthey sleep we hear the In Bprred wrfls They thn sleep lu tLe rclu of the earth If1 stall nwnkfc Dan xll 2 Thus God lias provlded for Arfaia mutt his fam ily a redemption from the power of death and a deliv enlace from the tomb by the power of the resurrec tion und It Is Jesus who declrtr uatintl luv unto ed luni the Res thee arletlrrectloil arid the Life The Church will be the first from humanity tq receive eternal life and they will he granted n share with Je usln His resurrection to glory 4 honor Jahd Immortality ns His Bride Headshlphl Then as wild the Apostle will come the world of mankind every man In his own order Jesus put the statement about the maids beliigMisIeep in a forceful way In order to Impress the great lesson that death does not end all even though itappears so tU dri The naval Divine power which wilt be exercised toward the pntlre rage under the Mea fiianic Kingdom Thus as He de- laredAII that Pro In their roves shall Bear tMqltc of the Son of 41nn nmlvoure forth Tin world will cone forth Jesus Bad that they pray tbnve n resurrec tion or raising up tip up to pcrfertlon p to all that was lost tip Eden to nllthl1tJ was redeemed ut Olivary The nwnk enhv wll tie mtll preparatory step It will Pbe nccompHslirdl Instantane ously hilt thetrurther nib g UP to mental moral mid pliyslcjil perfection will hel Ii gradual work for wjilch a thousand yearn has been apportioned and In which tilt Individual will be obliged to cooperate fur bis advance meat and instruction in righteousness 4Tills resurrection of mankind in gen oral Jesus styled The resurrection of Judgment by disciplines by trials and testings Only thoge Who wil fully reject the Lord and Hla way wlll die the Second Death from which there will be Resurrection At any time during the montH of August we will fill ypur coal house with Jel r Hco Block coalat 16 can A Und give do lbs to the bushel 15 cents on track W K Marks Sons v r r i w r 7Sw t TIlE NEWS=LJADI3R1 Ii KENTUCKY 11- 1j perform1Zwa HANOCARTAKES SS- II FATAL PLUNGE OneMan is Instantly Killed And tour Others Hurt Frankfort Ky Aug 10 One man was killed and flu others warn seriously injured a 780 oclock whenr a handcar car sing five nasserigers thee Frankfort and Cincinnati rail droppesbelowfJohn HockensmUh of the orksof Elkhorn was ying asleep on the track and the c r struck him before the men could stop it causing it to take its fatal plunge thirtytwy years old imjrried of Switzrr killedtThe inured men were dis covered by a crew on a second hand car which was only ashort distance behind at the time of the accident They were brought to city on a passenger train which was a halfhour late Thecrewt en the handcars were trying to passe compdwayyto checkss cashed I Hnckensmitb who was struck by the handcar was not serious y hurt TheCholceOfA Husband is too important a matter for a woman tobe handicapped by weakness bad bloodor foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life Pills New strength fine compaction pur breath cheerful spiritsthings that tvi men follow their use Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon Robertson Tried to Wreck Auto Sunday afternoon Messrs lurrery Luther Carter left Lebanon about 130 to motor in the latters cr wdas tine for motoring and the trip to Columbia and a short stay there ntabout balf way between Columbia and Campbeilsville a young man was noticed standing in the Iro but nothing was thOUght lof it till in a few minutes three tires let down and it was found that he had sprinkled c t Pet tacks in the snail ixof which hail punctured the tiresoIThe tires were wended and the return trip resumed All went Wjoll till just before the Marion county ling waS reach d When runningr logtabout teli inches in diameter The log had evidently been placed in the road noel sit was almost dark aricj the lights had untildhe auto was almost at it The machine received a bad jar and the casing holder was broken Fortunately no greater damage was dene and none of the occu pants of the car were injured IBoth acts were evidently done deliberately with reckless disre grind of tne rights property and llves of others No punishment that could be indicted would be too seyere fur a person who would do such cowardly act Lebanon Falcon BullssLast Thursday Mr Oscar Vandivier the popular carrier on Rural Route No twas at tacked by his JPTSRV bull and badlywounded in the side by the horns of the vicious animal While he is a very largo arid strong man Mr V and vier was no match for the enraged beast l and if it had not been that he wes near the fence and had presence of mind enough to roll under it and get out of reach he would most probably have been lulled The horns made a bad wound in his side He went to Price Memorial Hospital l and had theworind dressed and stayed there several days before going home Ho is prdgressing nicely Harrodsbury Leader While the Democratic Primary was lively lat Saturday tbe Republicans evidently stayed at home as there were no can for Congress and Magistrate on that ticket The lace betwe en Congressman Helm and Judge Sullivan was spirited but the tall Congressman tunic every thing in sight and bun HI the Judgeso deep that it wilt takes veraId ys to count the major- Ity ALON6EI j Present Conjgre555 One ott f ofrNation 11 i i q Washington AugjlH7Con1 caress is about to tc tcinate at session that has now run over arizationIof the Government t ere have esIsionsMeaJ neWj1JI but from the standpoil t of great issues fought out a id great qfjmed to pYolojng it am political Houselrandt IIa fanRepublican party In ve served to tie up appropriation bills and impede the prrgres of much general legislation Many huge annual apf ropri ation bills that should haveI become effective Julyj 1 still are at issue betw een the ivo Iouse Minor legislation ajcl Import rI ant questionsof fieneril interes t are to oe laid aside inj in effort t bring about adjournment by nex Saturday or at the lij pst by the end of the following teek FOR SAU LjCome and see this jtrm Will sell privately 230 ACRjGS on the Willusburjj ajiid Chaplin turnpike 100 acres o one side f and 130 on other s4e of pike i Good dvelliog house nd tobacco barns limber on but tracts 8l 5 acres in woods bad orchard t and all improvements necessary Will sell as a whole r in sepe1 thse county grows higher grade toIhaccn and all this la id is ridlrand ready to he culti atedISB MOCUM a 3r roD- a ltheills tied AlsaR t Eigaatnro of l Each County to Have 1FriOnklot TreeI hntOapitj1 selectIfProfithe State Forester who has not committeetto superintend the planting of trees on the grounds of the new capitol Each county in the State will be asked to send one tree to be planted and the committee wiH decide upon where the trees are to be planted Prof Carroll road engineer was instructed to lay out the driveways at the rear of the capitol In accordance with she ahovu Judge B L Litsey has made ar rangtmnnts for Washington County to have a tree in the Capital Grounds sIIaDuncan and John A Polm Mail Carriers WillFIy 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 Peo pIe take a wonderful interest in a des covers that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings New Discovery for andrcine in America It cured me of a Fomitttr doctoi s treatment and all other rem dies had failed Excellent for coughs colds or day bronchial affection Pric 60c and 100 Trial bottle free a Haydon Robertson To Penitentiary for Life Oo Tuesday Ben was taker to the D RJbHtsonIt t i rjtTlJamvr the murder of Manson sync in August of lust year at hisi home near Ril y Robertson was found ahthe January term of court and the case was appealed to the Court of Appeals where the judgment was affirmed The mandate of the bighecourt Spalding by last Circuit week Clerk wasI Falcon IFOl RENT Two rooms over Shader Mullicans store and 4 rooms over P J Thomas L A BURNS puiuc t t YtZ i JI t L covirigt0 1Park L it1 SATURDAY AUG lib o L J SEVEN ofthe MOST BEiWTHpll2 LOTS in all SPRINGFIELD i Will be sold to the highest bidder on the bvedatebif of 4 f nitxg promptly A at 2 pclocK p in 11 Three of these lotsare situated on Alamstrect nearGradedJtpOl fNe all and HihystMvV r Now is in your to buy Choice Lots and lt riiay be your fast chance to buy a first class vl V Springfieldti t ftStreets SJdewalks and Terraces are Already Made Fine Lotof Shade Trees and Some Fruit Trees arIr ReadrforYouyOU know it takes a long time to grow tree IEaell one of these Lots are ready to build on nothing 10 do but Y the101illdpit cirup which be sold at good any time There anonare pot gh ho esSnIil Ihouse to supply the demand at present and the town is roVrng taprdlC We have ot e of tiletobacco markets in the state one the best Graded Schools inthe wtlterscountry Churches of eyery d enotniyatiot1Kfdstores etc TERMS OF SALE One thlyd Cash balance in one and two years IFor further information apply to ROBEFtTSDNi or S M CAMPBELL Auetiolaeter PdilIIJ I change Finder will return same to thisjjftice or the undersigned and receive itberalreward Miss Bessie Campbell jcIt tt ti i i i l6 1 1 1i y9t tS momo it t6 1P Jn t it tt fI1P ii i BREDnMJi I f1r MONDAY AIIIIIIST 19 j j j I ttJ 4t 1c cTHE BEST BLOOD rIN THE CQUNTRY 1P ft = E Sale held under cover So me of the Sows are bred to g l my fire Boar Defender This is the best lot of DuroesbVWv ever offered at auction M tsa Write for Catalog j Ji51 I 1AYES Jrlt tt f li4 c e IR iFFfi hF hRAir IR hI Up hFMFR14r IWUEAT CROP Results In Big Loss For Fat mere tn KentucKy r Frankfort Ky Aug 10 Coinmisi ioMr of Agricuiture cropIsays Tile crop report as of the first lnlhltIibfleyJ jrje and outsand the final acreage of dark and burley tobacco ThU report shows the yield of wheat in Kentucky for 1912 rube9 3 bushels to the acre oIt xnovs that counting jnt rest uioiey invested ia lauds th e cost of teams aid labor thresh tog sed wheat etc that the standard cost Tor production isi I KentuckIat d have therefore lost for the yea- 1d10rs320 r an acre bu wheat The yield of rye is greater titan that of wheat being 114 bushels per acre Oats is above tqe averagetbis i ear The yield reported JJs 25 1 bushels per acre guru IMS iimproved some in the last m nth It shows a con dition if 854 per taut Tin easonble rams 1liLeiiUcky a fairly good crop of curs out under no couditiolis wilt itbe record breakeri about 75 pec cent in acrea ain dicaicd The tobacco crop is notvery promising bataSIS well known to the farmers tobacco crop with seasonable weather will come out more wonderfully that guy Other crop pat Is grown and it may be hat we will yet naveu large crop of tobacco The tidal acreage of dark tobacco jis ehtjuJated ati919 per cent con Tiitl6n73 par com The acfreuge reported bOYS1 that many ol the outlyjug ijec tiorjs of tue Burley tr whef ajU bcco groWJtg Jfi proiBt tilel wfaeU hrloes are high ty that theirjVlqJcL will tint tlQtlt conipetltlpu with the old t SUBSCRIPTION Ajhi i iI 100 liB R t j t I rV and chance bu can a profit of WK 1 y u i a region when prices are low Hence maps of the farmers of this section hake gone bsCk j trc stock raising and sonic conntesreport as low as 25 per ceoVof all acreage of tobacco Potatoes have Practically made themselves a dshow 1 condition of 96 per cent Garden cOotUtionsare rea1 Jtopeth I nerIyrted Tne apple crop i9 about threequarters of J atlirie14gp eiare are overnott onehalf crop 4h4 r cemttbeItrepolW peareare more abgna f conditionoi showfona must cone sailth tt the t crytor t uo usuahy high pricesi In termake nIIl1tm ntofmonef R for the year 1912 Nothing is shown more plata ly than that the farmer who hass tin abundance ithave6thand ot eiihianlland to the cul tiyatib of grain What Makes Woman fOne hundred mad wen tyr f Or leas of bone MM Gmakejco ifiuiiteriPut auto it heajthS Bd tnag wBA p she may rule frjcfnfdom By sjust13r ker Thonsadds bless 4heaj for overessgin fainting and eYspelltagkekackel flIngl world of good wraU t r epew Okla hllI fotm l edicine Only li0c JyHaYdQn Chilcl Montlouryear r otilrWillBoooe iNwtmonlngover him Severs ptrpOM wsryr near the chlW wk i tlU oci o 1tlei=trpr cr kly Thxetlillaa w nl inhered ki St iVi ea 7nL I morJ = P TDt NEWSLEADER SPfclNGBiELD KY IJJLoDZVxaT THUXSDAT J ElVJiQe JOSEPH POLIN Editors and Pnblf share r f How often is it that we see kian rise from a crmparat- areohac position to one of th ratest prominence among his rF ellow men and by his intellect tSVncf ability become the idol of a uation and when he has rethea devoteJIJhi s urther attentions tar tearing do- Wa the reputation he has c hvcpred to build dp The posmort u men iu public gaze IS not btaupuary iit wusteitberadyauc 9 or recede the baUtfj e of public sentiment will either usb itup wardor tEar it down when men i have leached a position of honor and distinction l and favor among 7 the people they may retain it by retiring from its current Wash t ington saw the prudence of this course gad followed it Jefferson imitated it We believe that the Great Lincoln would have been equally prnderit but fortune iint her kindness could not endanger bis fame by permitting him to tilive past the reconstruction n period Today the most prominent ex ample of the rule is Theodore Ropseyelt had be adhered to his determination tis expressed b T hiniv in1904 and reiterated iiu in 1908 that the wise custu which limits the Presidency to- tr rtwp terms regarded the spirit andnot the letter and that un der no circumstances would he 4 accept another nomination would have died one of the most 4 famous men in this country history But he has made th- I fatal mistake so often made by t V great men the mistake of ove t tloppling ambition over Teaching itself and it is evident that he towll not take the place he would hirti t country s great men that he would had he remained in r tirement and been a private peoplIe S J was demonstrated in the case of r General Grant Grants case 4 t was different however taRoose r velts Grant did not want itt tr1 i himself and rejoiced when be was defeated It was the peo ple urging Grantbut Roosevelt l is occupying the front seat the Band Wagon and is thi l whole show in his party Which i i s party builton the ambition alone man and not on any great ii and lasting principler t J A few years ago it was I common thing when traveling Yitot see herds offthe finest catt grazing upon the fields and itt was a pleasant sight too and beautiful At our Pairs ttoo i were to be seen cattle tho finest t 6f all breeds cattle capable of 1 i tlito state but it does nos take any close observer to tell that the cattle industry has detenoratrd in the country aud only a few of our most enterprising men 00r have sought to keep up the standard in that line and it is a t profitable line of business too buyityig 4 cattle knows that the price of a large steer is no small nutter 1 Other lines in farming ha y been over done and the catt Do You Get r Up With a Lome Baclt Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and beJjlj able dicalth restoring lpro erue- Sratu t bulls almost i iLevery wish in over coming rheamaiisrr pain in theback kid bladdere Itpt corrects inability bold water and scdldingpam in passing toI or bad effects followinguse ofliquor wine or beer sari overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manyotimes during SwampRoot is not i commended for ivery thing but if part have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you nccu It hat been thor oaghlyttsted in j rivate practice and has proved successful that a special ar ten ement haS been made by which all readers of this paper who have not ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more shoat SwampRoot and how to findoutifyonhavekid iw- nev orbladdertrouble When ingmendon reading this generous p offer ill this Faper and tir Isend your address to Dr Krlmer g Co ma eaa Binghamton N Y The regular fifty enl and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the draMi Binghamton N Y on every bottle industry has been neglected We are anxiously awaiting the day when it will be revived in Washington County and believe that iit can be The greatest annual event in the County the liaitwill luolcyed forward to by both old aud thatmhas in it Son ethl g for every body Persons having a liking for Jiv stock can see the best not only of this but of surround ing counties it also affords pleasure to those whose interest is in the agriculural products of oureminds one of its most attractive itrhas few equals arid no superiors dot any person anticipating a nome coming is suretoask when is the Fair and it is a pleasant wetting place for people of the dayseof picnicing Governor Woodrow Wilson says tba he believes in a glad u iit reduction of the tariff so as not to injurel business The G jv tern or seems to be taking a proper view of the situation for while we 1firmily believe in a reductku loI the tariff yet we believe with Governor Wilson thatl it must be done graduallysoas to accusorn Jthe country to the cuange R F D No5 1Secral from here attends County Court in BaHistown Monday- e Mr and Mrs Richird Bian ford and children who have beet Wheatatoy returned to Lousyiile Saturday Mr Parker Badjjett accoTip nied by Misses Annie B Hill and Emma Obryao of Lebanon were the guest of the family of T M Badgett Saturday and Sunday 111X Walter Riney of Daviss Co is visiting friends Mr and Mrs lw hereI Land children of Birdstown wore the guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs Frank Keene from Saturday until Sunday Mr James Nally of BanUtovn 11rleFrank Nally Sunday h Misses Kalto C Cmnnt nd Lucy Catnbron will bp tie rust of l1is Ella Ktelnlire of Fedrickstown this week Miss Marie Cements of Louis ville is the guest of Mrs Kent Bhinfprd Mrs J B Johnson and child ron who have teen the guests of the family of d tines B Hill wi Ii return to Louis Frday Mr Marion Sims of VVjQtllawn rlJPMrl and Mrs Albert Blanford of Loretto were the guests of the fonneis mother Mrs Teresa Blanford Sunday 1 LobJn1onBelle Carrico Mr and Mrs Enianuel Mudd of Louisville are the gupstof the formers ister MrsfrOm VTfoa 1ty Insoct Bite Costs Le- A Boston man lost his leg from the bite of an insect two years before To avert such calamities from stings and bites of insects use Bucklens Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises Only 2o cents at Haydpn 8 Robertson Valley Hill Mrs Will Fcsteranddaoghtcrs- of Louisville are visiting Mr M Reed and wife and other re latives here Miss lletiei K llev has return ed frcui an extended visit to relatives and friends at Lebanon Miss Jennie Cioodletlej uff BUd toin hug been the guest of her sister hero for thei past ten days Mrs Oa Fell un Sput the pisl wetk wilhI or units Mrs Wu li Tucker jcji town Mrs Janie Tuiuui spent Sat uiddy night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Will Moran Another gamj of ball was played here Saturday afternoon between the iilarriedtaco and boys The boys being victorious jbyascuie of J90 One game had been played heretofore resulting in a dt feat f r the boys Another m ine is to be play ed in the near future to decide the winners Miss Ida Gray of U a rcrusty s ia the truest of Mrs Cljde Goat fey Mr Carroll Kelley and idiughters Misses Hetlie and Margie were guests atllie home of Mr Ii tjho J Cljtitley Sunday Schuo is pigiessiog nicely hider the MILrugllnn ui1lis NTelie lhoUlIIS Ill Mr lloillng Wlliim of Midway way ia our nklrt sal urday Mr Edward Goatley attended the hair ti t Ttylorsville Friday lust where he showed his three year old 1inlle Gay capturing the blue Mrs Lnirof Louisville is again with her daughter Mrs TC Tatum Miss otis bailey is visiting friends near St Rose Mrs J Ernestt Go tly Rockrun Mr Cal vl l Shewroaner cf Mackedle pent last Thursday night with Mr Walter Hale Mrs Koocl Masters of Wilis burg spent Wednesday uightoJ Thursday with Elias Perkins u fttuily U I t 11 t Jbp ij r CnClothing Everything in our Mcns and Boys Clothing V1t Hert1 lor Blues Hart Schafifner R Marx S25 nd30soits 15 U oJSIB rnd 20 suit 12I Well orth Brand S15 Suns for 12 U 1250 Suits for i7 5t Eve cblor and style in Boys Knic url u r Ktur Pants Suits gong at the following prues 10 CO Suits at 600 se 00 Suits at Sf 00 50 Suits at 350 toO Suits at 2 tlOI irOne to SOc for20c One ot White goods to50o 15c lOc fur lOc 7lc- Itiinch iSd 27hch Mesaline 7c P Ice Table Linens Deep Cut Prices in Cappets RugsI Mattings Extra Super 9 12 ft Velvet Rugs worth 2000 for 1650 ev Ext a Super C C ft Velvet Rugs worth 1750 for 1250 Unin 40c 12 Rugs worth 2200 for 1750 1OQO Yards 12 12 to Rugs worth 1650 for 1350 t 91 ft Rugs worth for 2000 912 Rugs worth 1250 for 1040 912 ft Rugs worth 2250 for 1900 9 12 Rugs worth 1000 for P- Ot 9 itt ft Velvet Rugs worth 2200 for 1850 9 12 Orex Rugs worth 850 for 1 1iI B1is ij DILAKEI CUi 1ODEA- LERS I 4 lCOAL GRAIN IN FED I = I 1 We give 1 Ibs Coal the bUSh I and I road wagons with coall fork Loaded in this way you QET NO SLACK You riot 1 = slack in a stove or grate why buy it Bel 4 sure 1ave your coal forked and save money by doing iiii 1 i = r J n o f 4 11tTL r BD 0Jr aaol 1f 1 Our Annual Atiista t 1LEARANCE AL ft T CUTPRIbESINEVERYDEP- ARTMENTJFORNFXT30 1 J DThYS LH incfuL dammoot Dress Goods lot mercerized Silks worth up worth up for worth up to for worth 12c tied 15c r inch P rculiS for MesiilineSiiUs Sills at Specially Cut on Nap- kinsT Tower Grashesi Uilc Ingrain Carpets C Ingrain 70cIi1912 Ingrain Carpets 9 Tapestry Millings 30c 912 Tapestry Axminister g2500 Tapestry t Axminister Angora 7 80 of to all can use So to so LAKE 16p- Mosjns Ginghams Straw Uatsf atthelol adeat2 SSQOgfade 5100a 1pfull per cent off Fine Lace agallPaper r at Alm stllalfprice = 5J Mens Gum Tobacco Suits and Gum Hats iin all Sjzs 1 f Have just received beautiful line Mens Fine Shirts in all the ne t v colors and E patternEC h D CC Ot d r t tvs It It It tt lt er 1l 1l You Cant ford To Miss Isr ofTR1 SPRINPIELllI FAIR = TO BE HELD AT SPRINGFIELDI 1l1lUGUST 4JTIVIl4 I I I = Ii Ii Te list has been materially increasedand some of the finest Stock iiii the State r will be on exhibition A fine place to meet acquaintances renew fnendships Write for Catalog W FQRIQSBT Secretary I0 l lt l6 t sLVx z kvj kr li t00 I 7I m rr I lftMrs Like S 1uf llnlvine ptiit lisi wrik t ithl er uoltitr Mrs JIllt1I City ifi his place Mr Richard iJih y put last repk wilh et1lW8 Kiloy of Wlntt Ball I Mr ltlasc turin hlpo spent lust bI4iiJay wit klr Thomas Cntaing r Mr truest ly and brother For the- Hair j Aiwa you so fortunate as to YOUrhairI enoughAnd WellwellthatisgoodBut not so fortunate Then just tell them about Ayers Hair Vigor They will surely thank you after using it if not before Remember lit does not color the hair Show the list of ingiredieflts to your Let him decide their value He knows Mdehr the J ATZH Lowet8u Lviof Linseyett ast Suqtiay wiHt laui PtrUi- Mr lrjis l ulir and fkfffiH j 6 aj IIit 1 b Jiit r r t on Ittl i 1101oJ 8t xin leer spent IrjWJlJv1Lr tjit l tj Sa dy with Mr W y Oolvjh M1oud Mrs U nn e hei Oikcr spent ltwi tSujiday th Mr Walter Hilunid family Those on the Hurt of Honor are a followu Russ St llaani Annie Fuwler HUfu1 Collar tlaHTe jVeruonj ItnnheySItScltcol Iid Incubator Free t1 stets Hm s of the best wake will tie giywn the Lady or Child su lrcejj the largest number ol paid riy subsoriptuiiJs Out St at 25c each f Write f rJjxirUdulara and ctpwt Q UlirCI OUPTI t Ihoubatni IO pt Cofli c ci4 HHg Louisville Ky IK a r L tStraw Elavs in Sailors and Panamas1 owing prices A 3S6 grade at2 50 3 gt 00 25arade at 50 at q Ladies Oxfords Pumps and White Buck priceBe s tSHOESt250 pair of W L Douglas and ABe Low the351gradeluding tan I at au see these shoes Also a line fIofandI ft selling regardless of price I 2 25 V of co j f KY 1 premium wokl and old vo 7I 7 11 of i doctor intubittUr to ye bv sample ittv Hasw ovbye xasytsi i tiattittHtitiwrt PURL1QLEnj E i iaIidPerollaIroporty t t tktl httB reaisleqce oP bttpie TIcIJpf iedtw stilessouth of lirbeMaft t1ie1hihi I highestandtf I i We4nAgsII ml2 1Jjief lluwin lalMl Ar8t andplWingii pikettract will firstzqeo11aparatety lied then If a vHolo the bklnrWhicli btrig thepPERSONAL R iRTY i At the stfse time iZM18fte till still bneioaiffillY two bay geld wg9 2ywss old Oldb twobayJersey eavt Uwdtytsow arid calf four heifers 12 steers Jack s J t kindshtonum5rotlat t anpersonalrop0rtyibalance najid ttttttanci a wl mankhirfuftn t ll da 1t6dress fM J S TICfcENOR it t Aiinini8trat Ja ifDanielTichenor f R FD 140 Blgomfleld X eti M ter4 tr ti ytol xtaN HSit i rT ccme G1T BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST 5 All Work Guaranteed f + i 5 f PHONE 1G2R 7it j uFKOB Jl Hagair Block tip atalra SPRINGFIELD KY r1 DR J C WU D- Plysician Qd Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am t 1 to 2 pm Offices over Haydons Drugsfcorr Yrl r ATTORNEY AT LAW Office aver Fepplos Bank e 8PIUNOPIEL1 KY lb D M W HYATT IOffice over Red Cross Drug fr Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 Y jn to 12 m 4 to 5 pm 1 J Me WilLIAMS t Notary Public WILLISBUG KY Depositions Specialty I JOHN Y MAYS w HlNERALUmECTOR + AND LiCENSED EMBALMER 1S TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 r SPRINGFIELD ffifl l J fifrlf TRUSTY PRACTICAL v2 DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber pricesil SPRINGFIELD KY Ri 7 Thfe Yellow Letterw r Continued from page 4 1 do not know Louise does not know We never discuss it even among OnlyisKatharine and Hugh Crandall and a poi drug sot in a distant cell know 4Swhatr those papers were I might conjecture if I cared and what wjjIOH tie the use After General Rams deathlt came out that his vast eiWte had shrank to almost nothing fortunate Investments in his ofage had swept away his fortune He was the custodian of various trust funds R may be that Ina senile effort to recoup his losses he had misused 1 some one elses money and Young with his devilish ingenuity had found it out Certain it is that while r4 j the papers commented widely on the fitff small estate he left in none of them was there the slightest hint of scan daL Equally certain am I that neither his daughters nor his sonsinlaw he moan the lack of an inheritance Louise and I I know have learned that happiness lies not In wealth and luxury but in loving service each to the other firAnd one thing more Both Davis and myself hue quiet tly withdrawn dur accounts from the Million bank The cashiers name there is Henry jberle 6J LTHE END to+ CASTOR IIA 1 For Infants and Children i The Kind You Have Always Rough 17 Bears the Signature ofl imDWWU W I i TOWN rwfigSr tinrd iJrtf b bi I Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest il If All About Yourself Friends and AcquaintancesIf t f See Barber Pettus for tobac co sticksr New Pelt Hats in white and colors Mrs Williams Good Oak tobacco sticks afc Barber Pettus FOR SALET Wag in and set otZ double harness T P OBryan j Remember we have every thing t new in summer felts Mrs Williams c t Forty hours devotionwi11 begin i at St Ruse this Thursday morning at 730 oclock TbeSprmgOeld Graded School t will open September lath 19 2II with a full corps of teachersi ii J Forest Cusick wlllb at T H Perkins next Sunday atiValley Hill and will be prepared J to take photographs of all kinds Chemical Dry Cleaning French Dry Cleaning Sponge Cleaning t Hat Reblockmp and Dyeing Springfield City Tailor FfW Baumbduer Prop g Strayed on my farm near Fen wick one white sow weighing i about 250 pounds Ovner may r baVe same by paving for this r advertisement and for pasturage r Shelton Jeffries e There will be a colored picnic at Beachland on Old Lincoln ir Farm Saturday September 2 For the purpose of retaining r their pastor Every tody inyit if ed t For J WH Henderson t While attending the Fair have your suit or housing pressed r while sou wait in the parlor plenty of reading matter and work doing to please- Springfield City TailoriF W Baumbauer l Prop The First National Buik has installed anew safe which is said to be absolutely burglar proof It is of the strew door type and is constructed of a special manganese steel The door has practically three locks a screw lock a combin timeIloThe Law says a bushel of coal is 801 b We have always given you 80 lbs 6f coal for a oukel Economy says have your vital f loaded with a fork We load all of our wagons jwith a fork- S e that you get your coal load ed with a fork so that you get no slack You cant burp slack Why buy it B D Lake Co On last Sunday week while Misses Ida nnd Agnes Nally daughters of VmcettNally were comitig hoDEUfroin near Leban 1at t beating upon the back of the buggy and using abusive langu age to them They alleged that one of tie boys was Richard Obryan and swore out a warrant against him charging him with detaining a woman against her will The case was tried out U b II sr A I Electors Sii 1j il f = =By virture of the power and authority given us by the will of the late Richard Sale we will as his executors rj 1on 0- r r i TuesdaySeptmbery 1ir II 1I 71ilat 2 oclcck p m off r fur sale on to the I toSThe horn place of the iite Richard Sale situated 8 0efi railroad si lion on the Sprirgneld and Walton Lick turn rJ pIke and on tlt1prs of the Little Beech containing t A t about 155 acres Said land Fs iu Rood condition and has 2 ocr it a good farm dweHu K barn and other improvements jt Fa m has on it fruit t falkinds Find oak beech and fwAruttimber great tfmttr of locusts and is all good iI f tobacco land and wlt watered Laud wilt be sold by c1 tthei acre and will be surveyed to the purchaser if he soy rJ tj desires j I 1J f TERMS Lard will Ue sold for one third cash re 1J truandf rl cne two and three years with notes for de 1J tprred payments bearing per cello interest om date with lieu reserved pp land f F1Eal1dJM Sale Exedutors of Richard Sale 1t k e te LY L11rLo13oiiL is13lYY33t TOPICS I 1e I DR V MANNING I DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY t ffices over McElroy Shaders r6cery Phone 284R tHourst esterdayI but was dismissed he Defendant proving by a lrFc number of prominent itizens that he was n9t at any all game and by another equal y large number where he wast the time of the offense com lained of The testimony of o he alibi being so overwhelming he court decided that the young adies were evidently mistaken n the identity of their assailants Every Body come to the havehour measure taken foil a new alland Winter suit and over oat Ladies Tailored suits and kirts made to measure also here the place first cliss work and Guaranteed Springfield City a Jailor F W Baumbauer a The Peple Deposit Bank has Stalled a modern proofh ansranese State Bank Safe And equipped the vault with ew tire proof and burglar proof ioor and frontfAlso have in the fire proof ault a lot safety vault boxes for em for S 00 per yearvPers ons having valuable apers they wish protected from re and burglars and subject to heir own key would do well to nyestigate this equipment fu he of use the public I dew Manse The members of the Pleasant f stove Presbyterian Uhtfreb t gave begun the erection of a few Manse on a site on ihe Robert Thompson farm near the hunch It will be a fine frame itructure and is to be completed iy Falli welling burns GCQIgelthillips 10 oclock when discovered tile roof was falling in and only ew things were saved Seveial mall children in the up stairs narrowly escaped burning and had To jump from tee up stairs window New Building Build n ofnthe duy in Springfield as a new business house is under con struction McClure and Mayes are erecting a very large business house on the site of the old Roberts House The building will be a splendid structure and a credit to ihe town The city presentsa tine apjedrance to any who come here as practi aly every business in town is in a new house ImprovingThe Committee of the City of SpiNngfield are making quite fixttn iyo improvements on the streets Although they were not in bad condition it was thought Lest place a quantity of metal on thorn so as to keep them in good condition A coat IISt1EII by Mr B D Lakes Rqcl Crush er and is a good advertisement of the quality ol work the crusher can do Horses run- Considerable excitement was IIborsedII I carne rnnnng down Main Street with a runabout hitched to him When in the middle of the town he ran into some buggies and broke louse from the runabout and went out Lebanon t hill at a rapid rata with buggy shaves hanging to him The horse was uninjured buy the buggy was demolishedrOp last Sunday a horse attach ed to a wagonette ran Into one ol the livery stables breaking several buggies and the vagonett3 Bird Man At Lebanon There is probably no one who has not heard of the Flying Machine nut there are yet a great many who have never seen ooo n action A good ehatce is now within easy re ch of the people of this sectioti Ias one of the most famous Avis ors iu the United Slates will ie at the ebanon Proctor Km itChautau qua Grounds Tbursd y Aujjqstj ll and will make tl rce flights n his airship nfant Dies The two months Id son oi ir and Ada inS died ondy and M1SfIrvJewas buried Ceme ery Bill bright andr attractive chil and the pride of loving pa eats who laVq the sympathy ofit11 in heir sad bereavement McDonaldSWilliam McDonal died near icdericUtown last uesday af er an illness cove ng several years He was ft jrandson of the late Fred Jill an Mrs Jano fill and a soil of Mi Steve Mc Jonald He was ab it 21 years f ago and had be u afflicted nost all his life Hi was a most exemplary yourip ma anI poss jssed a bright mind ind but for eing handicapped l ill health would have been prominent many 1 joode firs Josie GadeIherxNome near Texas If t Wednesday after a lingering illness of Puberculosis Ms1 bode was daughter of Mr Sy Lawrence and was 23 rears of e She was lifelong residenfof Vashington ounty Kentucky bout three ears ago she was married to fir Lee Goode wisurvives Mrs Goode wasa g1d Christian roman loved by a llai ge circle of riends Funeral vices were conducted at Bn thle em Friday by Rev J A Sawye of Mack ille Methodist Uhu chjLow Rates Sunday will be a ng day for Catholic Societies in Louisville is it is meeting ay for the Federation of Cathq ic Societies Quite a large numb are going from Springfield atyl Washing ton County to the ity on that lay Reduced ratis era given on the Railroad rou id trip being 5 Orfhe trait le yes Spring Geld at 710 A M a id returning leaves Louisville at 610 PM- t special train Wi also leave Louisville at 10bO H M for the accommodation of rose desiring o stay later tets will be good on the lilil trail At Auctin JOn Saturday A g 21lh at 2 P lI I will sell at public auction some house and ilcheif furni ture Terms cu11except fur ten dollars on Mnduy which must be made nog Liable Mrs O Lamoton Springfield Ci y Tailor Suits pressed cents iOe Ladies 5Uc pail pressed loc lT W Baum auer Prop Farm For Sale i Near WoodfawiL in Nelson Ccunty ILoacrLi of good land Jst wlass improverients on a pike aria near a R Wl Station Terms easy Call on or address E N Fulton liar stows Ky Hillsbcro 1 AIt have btl absqnt fur several weeks ij will try to b there this Week Mrs Lara be ra gs and daugh ter spent Sungy with Mrs Nancy fccott of n11r here S Mrs Nary E i Melds and son son spent from l dab until Sun day with her d liter Mrs Davie Hines Mr Frank Yir y and family fipeftt iiatuiUi ann Sunuay with her dtheiMr liars Hardin and f uiiij Miss Mollie S ields has re turned home aftyi a three weeks stay in Tae lols vi e Mr and Mrs alter Hanby Mrs Ed W Eli cr und Dolp1 Hauby spout Saturday with Mr Johnio Mttltiiigly infl wife Mrs Edgar JSe les and child rep spent Saturd y and Sunda watt her mother tfrs Burns 31i Era tus Pd kins and fame ly spabt Friday with Mr Joht Armstrong and wife Graded School axes are not due and all persons are notifiei d to call at once on fhe undersigned and save penaty G C VHARTON LiJ reasurer FI RSONAu Mr W V Booker who has been seriously ill is improved Mr George H Clements and family of Chicago III has re turned to his home after a t tell to relatives here Miss Mabel Williams is visit fug friends in Bar stown Katie Williams is in Cincinnati this week Mr tVJorrie Dunett was iii Bjirdstown Tuesdays Mr Earnest Dedman has accepted a position with the News Leader during vacation He will return to schoolat Dan villa in September Mr and Mrs Keale Boblitt have returned from a trip In iiamipolis Ind- Chief Justice Hobson of the Kentucky Court of Appeals was sin TownTuesday and Wednesday f Miss Louise Barber has returned from a visit to Memphis Tenn IIiss Bernice Spalding is the guest of Miss Earnestine Knott Miss Marie Clements of Louts ville is the guest of MIss Emma Nunan Mrs W F Trusty is visiting her mother at New Hope Mr Harry Reed of Waterloo lova is visiting friends and re latives hore It will be with regret that the people of St Rose will learn that Rev Ev V Floyd has been renqoved from St Rose to SttLouis Bertrands Louisville Mr Harry Duncan of Louii ville and Miss Susie 1uratta of itirgIrelatives Mr L Wharton and Miss rate Wharton entertained yesterday at euchre Mr Albert Noonan of Louis vide is spending a few days here Messrs H M Moss Joe Bishop T C Campbell J C McElrov P M Grundy John I McElroy Mrs O D Robertson Dudly Rob rtsonJop Edd Thompson and bliss Annie Laura Raybourne motored to High Bri go Tuesday IeItUluedJ Sprigs Mr J L Simms of Lake- land is visiting his mother Mr and Mrs G C Wharton lerl this morning for an Eastern trip Mrs W II Williams andson left fir they home in Glasgow aMor a visit here Mr BudBadgett is in Lexing ton on busings Misses Nannio Eveyn and Josephine Spalding and Josie Rubal of Lebanon were here Tuesday Miss Margaretl Jonep of Louisville is the guest of friends PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farm tng I wil on SaturdaySe Zt 1912 offer for sale my farm if not sold privately liffure Said farm is 7 tulles west of Springfield on the Uenrwnllow ad Prodericks town ptt1 I ill also on same cropefarming implements etc J G ENSOR 1 I r JUST RECEIVED I IIA Big O dOF h0ice LotI JITg1Ict Prices Will SURELY PLEASE YOU I I We have also eellarge assortment of ladies IIMens and RAIN Childrens COATS We urge the trade to the make their selections earl before they are picked overII 2 CUTPRICE SALE Of all summer goods still going on and will continueun barIgainsI A R iNCORPOBATD 1 e 6ES rr4 Jt1tf 0t I BJY YOUR COALItI I I NOWII 1 D SAVEMONIrlIIA IYourfr I TENNESSEE COALat V 1 I 15c per Bushel on Car or ifc dffiifye1 1 1ii 80 lbsjt Q the bushel I l1- II McCLUREJ 8 MAY IIItt- L THE COAL DEALERSS1 J etIBQBD fIj 1 Notice All porsous vlo mude purch aces at my sale are hereby noti tied that mv books are hi tIe hands of Jas C McElroy and thay will plea ego to him at the iist National Bank and settle W D CLAYfRO0Ki3c SASTORIA i For Infants andChildren TI BoughtaBears the Signature ofI c r 00 00- v000 W3 00O OOOOOO I1I AIR SHIP FLIGHTS PROCTORP KNOTT CHAUTAUQUA Lebanon iiA i Ir THURSDAY AUGUST 22 iU ONE BIG DSLY i1Music Base BaIt Otherl Amusements I0 s 0 Ino0 U0o shipi flights at the hautauq grounds o e See the celebrated bird man and his I wonderful mac h i ne o 1 e i Admission to Everything only SOc A Jrr OOCY aooe oeeeo Q 1i aao 2 n ReliablandCompreliensiYeTeleplioneScrYiccr i Is necessary to conduct successfully business enterprise The Cumberland Telephone and Teiegraph Company gives you a anlvezsal4ervice that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distonce con i nections to alt outside important cities and towns You get exactly whit you pay for Call our Manager fQr furtherinformation The demand Is Inot for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service t CUMBERLANUTELEPHONE Incorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY NKKNINISISKIN1Y N1N WYMANse i tS AT i Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co jINCORPORATED l MAIN SfREET MOUSE ter i i INDEPENDENT IPtoPgetoraI E KY Storage Four Months FreeofvGKS t t 4 BesttLightiin City SAuc gales Billy V I Best Kr Lht PUOMr J Mark Your Ilogsheads MAIN STREET HOUSE SPECIAL NOTICE TQTftB TOBACCO GROWERS Those wW 11 have not yet received those valuablecertiflcatea should writeat once W tjhe Mall Street Warehouse Company r 1 K1114KH1i1WNNti1K4 N1VKiNS I j Ify N TIME TlBLI1nt0 1 v1- s Yf South Bound North Bom d tOY1 IiOf Suii Ex Sun only gL sbtn tihA t JiIBardstown 100u 025 146I 645r 1iISpriugfie1il r 6T5 iry65 18S5I 600t 1 u71t aet Ar Ar Lve 1 Lvt lSNNN1i N7111 t 1Ni1 N1N1N- P = i 7 y i tbtJ- lIj6e TL Ip yp T CCJt1YZMiT 1SlL tlpf BNY 1I t one mnJSt ied two minutea I rtr t2dt1I1 Dvii lIt Uent ancr tj uumrKlac Tks cumulative force teCPrlaCH riltace beffiuatp grow Mt MJ P1i This waiting waiting I t was iertur If oaly one of them 4wouipeak To Young it must have wprMsrfttiU t at It Davis staring straight into Youngs eyes and Young trying to stara back Pr a few J Kinutes ie succeeded1and then his l S7H aklftt fn Wlth natei tort ofW will he brought them ItI HiImy Face Sharply as l M ANII My Mission tack to Dam and held them steady Tkere tU two ofthem sat as In s i jdtapriMawM baleful eyes shoot MrtkTWODt late murder while la tke tk steady glance was plcf t 1sIt1u jusucs J IS eewirx there could be but ode 1t Mtft ii Powerful as was the will 1iiH Jncndctd body the twltcf lag eC the muscles the involuntary irawiEgup of the limbs and arms as far as te bonds would permit and llost ot all the clasping and unclasp tt Lag of the fingers told what torture the silence was bringing to Young He burst forth at last in a wild Iowof profanity cursing Davis curiit IIe me cursing everything cursing QH and still Davia sat there as rigid is4 ut lleat as the superior applet jBOMstery doing ofar 4Lt time the prisoners voice nlMiTfr a iideotw shriek at times I it tak to a pitiful sob and all the wall he tugged andoiralned at his koads twitting turning reaching j tryiste always to find sonic position in buck he coul 3 gain possession of 7oLblsTeachS Borpldae that lay on the chair theI At lutIt must have been an hour later physical exhaustion conquered Majaid be lay back after one last jatlo truftle weak and panting resisting i walkingii tag down at him evenlyIabout General Fairish and Andrew Bridgetwho committed suicide In the park Ukf yesterday and about Henry Iit Eberle who sent you the five thous and I know everything that your unfortunate aide Rouser knew and Iaow I want you to surrender all the tD inters and papers in your posaes t Itti j iToa will never get them sneered Tosng M I sit there marveling at he iBspectors revelations It was i11W to Jcoa that he knew the name ieg ltt fcepti Park suicide and while t fnyiclf bad found the five thousand ioJLm Iliad had not the slightest I Tlajlmation that Davis knew from rh1I2 It had come iik rigetthose letters said tfaTen11ior you get no more icr4e wYulaughed in his lace IfYo1havent the slightest evidence 0cpb me for anything Without let 1Un or documents you can prove noth ing You have no right to keep me 1j ut tip here I shall get free and rshall mike you pay for this I dont care what Rouser lAs told you youll atoth1ng out of me and you have yFOt ot nothIng Very well1 said the inspector no letters no morphine Turning away from the couch he J ipoketb me in a tone as isfferentIas If we had been camping together Pome on Kent Ilets see what w- ian diz up for breakfast i eJtound the cottage well supplied Cwithprovisions as U It hadbeen the- s4 intention of the conspirators to make tIt their headquarters for some time In a very tew minutes Davis had some fiacba fried and toast and coffee made which he spread in the little a1Qtchenryou mean to starve him too it asked In an undertone pointing to ck jtWli ftiLl fJ Johnston W1Iham Olastraiionsly YlJBgraes TSKO eometmng in to n tt youHKe younAnd that The only Appetite hell have wfll be tor morphine Nevertheless tooii a cup of coffee and tome toast In to the prisoner A Volley of oaths was my only reward so I returned and sat with Davis while be ate I myself had no appe Ute but the events of the night did notseem in the least to have affected his I drank only part of a cup of coffee though he urged me to eat something It is apt to bea long siege he saMand you must keep your strength Our prisoner iis a man of considerable will power and is not going to confess readily If you will keep guard on him for a couple ot hours I am going to sleep Of course I will Under no circumstances saidI Davis as he flung himself down on the floor of the leanto loosen any of his bondsand pay no attention to his Pleas for mercy He haAa win dangerIous You need not fear I replied JfRe member the agony he has caused to the woman I love to many others said Davis IAnd king of that said I T wish you would tell me before you go asleep bow you learned where the five thousand came from RoUser told me anTII didnt said the inspector I j Just Used my eyes in the postoffice I thought I bad used mine pretty well in the post omce but certainly I had seen nothing that would lead me to identify the person who had sent the five thousand dollars I had found In the casb draw r Dont talk in riddles I exclaimed rather petulantly What did you find In the post office Davis grinned InQddedassentDid you as peculiar that there should be over two thous and names and addresses in the for warding list of a small post office like Ardway where probably not more than ten families move away In ten years I did not examine it closely I replied but even If I had I am afrai- would have failed to Identify it as important r flU you had seen the name of An drew Efser in it said Davis would you not have examined IU Was his name there Yes and also the names of the Bridgeport victim and Dora Hastings and Henry Eberle It was Young letItera orI FiveIshows that while more than five bun dred letters were sent out hardly a dozen had brought responses and In only three cases had money been re celved Was General Farrlshs name on the listINo answer d Davis sleepily but I hardly expected to find It there And the letters sent out I persisted were they the yellow let rsr Of course1 What was In them Thats Just what Ive got a find out from Young said Davis and In an other minute he was fast asleep 1As I saw Davis lying there a new exItra t t Felt My Eyes Bulge My Lungs Fill to Bursting Young what was to hinder me from doing it Surely our prisoner by now had seen the hopelessness of his posi Lion and would be ready to talk At least there would be no harm In try ingI entered the room where Young was and approaching his couch laid my hand on his shoulder he had been lying there with his eyes closed and the mere touch of my hand so jolted hls shattered nerves that his whole body bounded to the limit of his bands His tightened line hnwo J how =t TLW7N1m S L4AW4I f ftUretlkwt are perfect if only we obey them but disease follows disobedl l asic Go straight to Nature for the cure to deforest there are mysteries there js1rkch we cn fathom for you Take the bark of the Wildcherry tree w3eedrake root Oregon J sacJt Cii MftioM and you have lui 4ihqqc5Jo PIEES GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY Jt teftk Dr Pierce with the assistance of two learned chemists and pharma mIsts many months of hd work experimental perfect taw vegetable alterative and tonic extraipf the greatest t efieiescy Mn aw PAWtEr of MlllTilla eallfMwrltes Iwls t to tell you that I have used your Golden Medical Dis Kdoctorof ten childrennll weji and hearty for ivWchjto a great extent we wethaiks to you and yourIdn Medical DscoveryPe1ets which wo i llk I Dr nssws fiPicasant Pellets idte and Invigorato cr flve iiaboweiz Su orcoa tiny gniaules rwIw Irjrnmmn it was n r urea to suppiess 4 braiscream worIcome toyou as a friend to tell you Just how the lland lies Rouser Is dead and the Inspector has possession of all his papers He knows everything AtboutbAnbWerthewomwhojlThereevidence against you We have the agolistr letters Damn your evidence he sneered AYou may have evidence against that horfoalme It the Inspector as you call himjhad evidence enough to convict do you suppose hed have me tied up here He hasnt a bit of evidence oncagainstBeach me that medicine Ib He Jerked his head In the direction forofing near There was something In his voice some indefinable power of reapersuasivenessme to do what he asked Involun tartly my hand went out to the bottlo containing the solution but I caught offmyselfGo on hand It to me he begged Cant you see how I need It Give it to me and Ill tell you anything you othwantTell me first said I and you can have It I cant talk I cant think het1 cried till I get It You can see for theyourselfI could see for myseH that he was suffering the torture of the damped Every muscle In his body teemed to be Jerking Involuntarily doubling It Ifig4Ime one plead butedthing you want to know Ill die It I dont get It of So pitiable was his condition thatbl I found myself sympathizing with him In spite of myself My eyes folslowedhia glance to the chair near the couch where beside the hypodermic syringe and the morphine Davis as Qy if to accentuate the torture of his fetters had placed the key that un locked them I would not have known Otis how to administer the morphine even the If I had wished to do so and besides his I had a strong aversion to drugging a fellowman but as I saw the key there I thought of a solution If I unlock the fetters on yrarms said I so that you can reach the morphine will you promise me to answer niy question the Ill promise on my word of honor to ansver every question you ask he replied an eager light coming 1nI to rpIThinking how amazed Davis would be when he awoke to learn that I had the prisoners full confession I reach ed for the key Young turned over ns far as he qouldto permit me to un lock the fetters Then quick as lightning as the voisteelIng bands shot out and clutched my neck with maniac strength I felt my eyes are bulge my lungs fill to bursting I put forth my hands to try to shake off his grip but I felt my strength falling fastI Athletically inclined Ithough have Ing always been and matche4 though I l was against a drugweakened wretch the with fettered feet f found myself no equal for his maniacal desperation Back and forth over the couch we swayed In a silent death struggle my cutoff breath all the wblle pounding unpurified thrbirgh my bursting lungs er my brain turning weak and my sight pulIsyrlongerbut death finidrugThere passed through my mind Inymy struggles a vivid picture of what was about to happen Young would the silently cbpke me to death tophetytosound Wiblowwhlongturn to find hehismystery ot the yellow letters never would be sidIand I staggered back gasping for mebreath thetracked body but Isaw totweakened but his will Standing my over him was Davis with a revolver atpointed ofliedPafettersitthroughI Our lives were saved The mysteryPrnemight yet be solved despite my fool hardiness I turned to the inspector tetothe key of the shackles on the chair suwhereselhimself enhisHoAsthe permit me to speak I begun making selfabject apologies for my foolhardy con duct and trying to express thanks slbutmeII guess youll guard him safely enough now he said and once more was DefastWith something of the feeling of a chastised schoolboy who knows ho 4IsdeservedsodownIlllongheard the curses and listened to tho Hj entreaties of the drugmad prisoner u But now I had no sympathy loft for him CHAPTER XVI ttltlThe FortyNlnth Hour Two daystwo unforgetablo days passed there In the hut Davis ant prisonerEachday first day to tell us that the Inspectors postmastersbodysuspicion had been aroUsed The eec brofkhthllJt I wellthat1IngJ 1 thereboundnor i tjstr1Cl It gume t4 so deft so forcefull so cun tthancop Yinced by them His logic falling he would turn to merciless invective and ribald threats to his penetrating voice making the wtuVfa hut bldooun no bo nrnnJiWAdru Ti1f pr 03 Men grotesque bprrnjio aeanra nbrcaLftg pacishrf pnts in ih ld and the next hon overcon once more by the into sit of his un rru adsflcdlong been his master e would moi and plead and weep for mofphlno times delusions T uld seIze his n By the hour hi would rave of utiful cities a6d bnderfujly h en and pleasant pastimes Ma ic lines of poetry v uld flow from his fevered llpS to en JIn a shrink of ny as his quiverln knotted mus apartAgain s would take hold of bin hnd a rush rible grotesque rll ildrlea wou foul the air At tlmos he doze moaning agony even In his sleep Three times a day we offere him foods at e of twice he tool a little watt theone thing onrj he craved the one thing he hungeri and thirst was morphine ai4 that Da would not let him hay though all 10I While it lay there ala ost within his ch where he could ee It And still he defied is But after fortyeighi hours of this terrible torture natut would be i no longer She a manded rest Young had sunk into a troubled uneasy sleep about scvcii in the morn- Ing Davis and I hav ig spelled each er as guards durin the night sat talking about our p Smer I happened to remark thavlt was a pity t capital punlshme t could not remove such criminals s Young from earth The Inspe jtor in spite the rigorous way he laid kept up the torture seemed to bjre strong sym pathy for Young I dont believe In capital punish at at all be said t plosUrely Our holle system is wron It took us a d many centuries j discover that ne persons didnt need prisons doctoring They ust cant help being criminals Sta behind n line prisoners as they march In akfast Intbe penitentiary Not one of them will hay a normal head that their fault I fs the fault of society Its our fai This po Jevll here his father a drug fiend and mother drinking erselt Into sanity what chance iid he have Yet who knota some ay this marvel new surgery may je able to ta eIchildren of even ucb parents were reshape t eir skulls and make them honest eful citizens There was a stir the couch and Young opened his ey s The fire the drugmadness alljthe look of hate seemed to have mfshed I give up he sale I cant stand strain any long Ill tell you anything you want t know He spoke quietly id calmly Yet there was something in his voice that g true I felt th t this time he ant what he s Apparently Davis too realize that at last Youngs spirit was oken Without hypodermicBrlnge arm The prisoner ireathed a long sigh of relief The olor came ba into his face and rengtb to his ce His muscles topped twitch i Now said Davis gently whore the yellow letter hid In a tinbox unde i flat stoke near pliedIspring cpm this vaIDavis was up hIre a shot and out door reappearin quickly with an ordinary document b x And the Farrlsh pers where are they he asked sht ply They are in tb box too said Young wearily M y I have anoth shot Davis studied hlsl ace and felt his se and tbenaclled for the inge Wheres the key ho asked as shed adralnistrli the morphine In my left tif users pocket ung answered ap helically Quickly Davis pos essed himself of key and opened the box In tray were perh ps fifty letters ewritten on yell paper with a blank left for the na ic to be filled thout stopping to read the letters ich seemed to be after the same m Davis lifted t ie tray In n tom of the box was a typqjwrit bulkY1et1ellegal e Papers in the arrlsh case Here Kent Bali Davis hand the envelope ake charge and give then to Miss Louise Miss Katharine Youre entitled I stowed the cmclope breast pocket f heart bounding the thought of ttb relief the si tho packuge won bring to the rrish family Km us yet the whole air was a blind uzzle to mo waited eagerly fo further develop nttt Now Young s id the Inspector ll me all about our scheme If the damn th yes hadnt been di cowards ns to 0 and kill thorn hes said Yotini with a glow of thusiasm woul have been a mil nalre within a y ir Read one of lettiv ii11 n for your Just how good scheme was Lifting the topmj st sheet the in ector rend the yu ow lottor aloud Lock Box Ardway I J Job S tat i0tar Sir atdutywlnGreenJW rnllr eiintr ni nuritlru to some ooo fn uiy hiiiM for what lie FundIpurpose briefly Idalys foritort Iri n Take Ch rge of Thfese and Give Therm Miss Lqulsc orlSMIss Katharine sth i invo3vd iw Tlathv w- ssgtI ltC sJars of the b1T1kS furtds H had no rela it1ecovcry ercmed ihevKable he was con tcmplatlntr suicide seeing nothing but nutLaan who entirely by accident learned 6f his plight ad vanced him the money he needed to make good his defalcatlon exacting from himi InIroppor tunlty r FhecititUdehe never found opportunity to aid any one In a plight similar to the one In which he once found himself It became almost a mania with him and resulted his leaving his entire fortune to aid first ghtldJ know of no way of reaching the per sendIngInp pef banks and positions of trust hoping that Idou or otherswho receive It may know hasirmade the first misstep and Is wrongfully using funds belonging to others but la pecllatlonsisgladly make good his defalcation inil deavor to save him from exposure dis grace and Imprisonment asking only hlg word that he will not err again for Mr Green In the deed of trust expressly specifies that this Is the only security to 11be exacted I am sir Very truly yours HENH Yi MALCOLM STEWART As Davis finished reading the1 letter I took It from his hand and carefully reread It1 There could Ue no doubt that It was the same in form as the scrap Louise and I had found As I scanned the lines the words at the beginning of each from the seventh on to the thirteenth were the same as those over which we had racked our brains Tho context now made them plain enough but still I failed to see what deadly l llletter had ot what sinister meaning In it should drive Its recipients to desperation and suicide Surely on Its face It appeared to present the harmless whim pf an old mans slightly unbalanced brain I turned to Davis for an explanation IAnlngeJ1lous letter Davis was saying And they fell for It A look of pride came intcTtho pris Ironers face yaSnt It great he exclaimed 1Why they ate It up like hot cakes Just plain blackmail said the In spector No Indeedfancy blackmail said Young indignantly They never had it dished up to them quite In this way before I Insist If Ive got to go to Jail for It on at least receiving credit for a new criminal Invention I fall to see I Interrupted Just how tho letter was a criminal one or why it should have bothered any one IIm afraid you will never make a good detective said the Inspector pityingly Dont you see how It worked Young devised this letter He needed the cooperation pf sqme one in the post office to send it out without arousing suspicion Ae tried yellow letters first on General Far nab to test the terrifying effects Satisfied that his yellow letter plank would bring results he recalled his acquaintance with Rouser whom hb knew to be weak and easily led He returned to Ardway his old home and found it childs play to enlist Rousers services It was part of his general scheme for Rouser to send and receive all the mall through a lock box wUha false name His ob bet in this was to enable him in case the postal or police authorities got on his trail to have all the docu mentary evidence point to Rouper alone Before his connection with the letters could be established he could make his escape with the money the letters brought In Mill dont see I protested how these letters could bring in money They rend exactly the opposite TheyI promise to give away money Thats tho clpvcrcst thing about IeIt the inspector said and Youngs malevolent eyes glistened at this tribute Cant you see how it work ed Young and Rouser from tax lists bank directories from telephone Iebooksfrom a variety of sources compiled n list of persons employed In positions of trust and began send IIIng out these yellow letters broad cast If one of thtae should reach an honest bank employe or cashier Iethe conspirators figured that he would laugh ht it and tear It up But suppose one of thorn roll into the hands of n tuna who was guilty of pccu lutions of some sort Suppose for In hisrgun to speculate with the funds be longing to the boy for whom ho was guardian His speculations are un stillnmore He becomes doeperate He moneyItho has stolen It seems certain that his crime will be discovered and that notdsleep nights Ills brain constantly agitated by fear and worry wIll not permit him to rest His judgment never acute or ho would not have bo come a thief becomes moro and more unbalanced Then ono day this yet low letter comes It rends convlno Ingly It promises Immcdlale aid It pledges secrecy At last he sees an honorable way gilt Ho hastens to send a reply to Lock lies No 17 Ardway N J aa direxited Cant you imagine what happens then Young communicates with hint at once YouI used the telephone didnt you Thfe prisoner nodded Sure he said the telephone ev cry time It leaves no records behind Jt and the Bortlllon system cant Identify a voice Now1 tho inspector went on what docs Young sayover the telo phone to Elser Something like this Youre an old thief Ive got the 11prool You are stealing somebodys money Steal some more and give If to moor Ill tell Unfortunately In old Elsers case there was no more money left to steal so he killed hlII YoungI andIofIgetting beyond his control As Davit fixed the hypodermic I asked But where docs Che old maid from Con necticut come In Surely she wasnt a defaulter I suspect It was the brother with wbdm she made her home said the inspector Damn her saltf Young bitterly It was she who queered the whole gamo We tackled her brother for five hun dred and It came so easily we de cided to make another try The weak kneed old thief In his terror of us told his sister all bout it She In slated on coming down hereII She 4saw Rouser and tried to find the s Ign er of the letter Roueer denied know vlng him She was a wise old creature and pointed out that as postmaster hi must know who got the mall Her suspicion of Rouser scared him stiff He wanted tp give her the money v c c pct w ntet w iuatrT opfff arr It She was threatening to commit sulcldp IIf we didnt He was so scared that I finally consented to let hlmksquaro her I wanted to use him sun further and wasnt ready to nave him get cold Ieet I gave him the money and he went to the hotel late in the afternoon to see the old girl foundIshock that he dashed back to the post office grabbed his bicycle and hustled out here as fast as he could come where I was waiting to meet IniiKatharlnp Farrlsh With difficulty I suppressed an ex clamation of astonishment I could not oubt that he was telling the ttruth for his story dovetailed so well with what Louise had told me Yet it seemed impossible to believe It imagithatandhonorableyebeen 1 t Burn Them Hugh Burn Them at Oncel decided to demand an explanation from Young of why lie had sought a meeting with Katharine It too bad Rouser was so easily frightened Davis was saying sar castlcally He was so scared that he left behind In the cash drawer thousand ho hsW just received from Henry Eberle The accursed fool screamed Young In a frenzy of rage that he had failed to get his hands on this bit of plumIer The sneak didnt tell a that All he said was that Dora Hast ings who was a restaurant cashier had insisted that it was utterly possible for her to pay up The dirty damned sneak In a fit of madness he cursed ax idI cursed r ain his dead associate fo oats ing in streams from hal hed lips Anxiously I waited fIhs fury to subside to ask hlm about Kitharine and Hugh Crandall II sainted a desecration of her woman hood to mention Katharines name in the presence of such a man so as he subsided I merely aked But what about Hugh Crandall Damn him1he cried that was another of my mistakes I knew Crandall In college When I got U IeI goods on old Famish I thought I tould rely on Crandall to help me to tur nlthe trick I didnt know ho was love with the daughter When I told him about it he refused to have anything to do with it and rushed off and squealed to the general Much thanks he got for It The haughty old gen oral ordered him out of the bouse and wouldnt let the daughter have anything more to dwith him I tried then to gethlm In on th scheme but It was no go For week- lie kept trying to warm my secrc from me I fired yellow letter after yellow letter at the general but he kept defying me and all the whllo Crandall kept after me to make me give up the papers I was afraid Id weaken There are times the dope gets me and I hardly know what Im doing so I vanished It struck m that Ir the general wouldnt come- across maybe thin daughter would I put it up to Crandall and we arranged a meeting I was to put the papers In her hands and sho was to pay over the money I slipped up on the fiti irpolntment and I guess you must nave spoiled the second I still fras puzzled What could bq the terrible mystery In proud old General Farrishs lle that gave this miscreant such a h d on him It was beyond my Jnniginatlon to con- Jecture so I put the questlqn blunTly to tho pnisonoriWhy ask ifie he snarled Youve tothe whole tllngeery paver bearlngonlt in your pocket there envel9pfromit open At last I was to know the secret that had brought such unban pness into the life of Louise At last tho mystery was to bo cleared up But just as my thumb went rudely under tho flap Davis laid a restrain ing hand on my arm Walt he said gently Would It not be just as well to deliver that envelope to Katharine just as It IsT The fewer people know its contents the less unhappiuces there will need to bo SMwly nail thoughtfully I put the tuvelope JMch in sty pocke Pavls watt rijUt- tIvaa beninnina to think he was t1I wytt tight JCHAPTLR XVII The Erd effe Mystery With ono t vnspirators lying n the undertaking shop of Sillier vale and theotUr oife behind th prison bars itt way the dQcuI roentary evidence Against hlin la ourI possession reinforced by his full conICession signed tuid witnessed Inspector Davis and I that same afternoon hastened back to New York where it can be Imagined I lost no time In reaching the Farrlsh home t As we waited for he train I had telephoned Louise pid she was ex pooling me She met me In the lower hall One glance at rayradiant face told her thnt our mission bad boon successful rind she hung herself into my arms whUa Drained happy kisses on her lips her checks her gjjorlfius hair but thoughtful ever of others even In such a mordent of ecstasy she gently unclaepud my arms and whispered Tho p vorsdldyouget thorn A little cry of Joy came from her lips as I landed her the envelope Come sho crjed Jubilantly lets take It to Katharine at once The sight of It wlljfdo more to cure her than all tho doctors In the world Tipgether we haste 1 dto Kath arlnoB room where we found her sit Mnz nn a bed much stronger than t li i i T 5 CIIrlO a ALCOUOL3 Pga cnz AeabShIaiI4Jpg 1 uflgtItcSioLnathavJBf1psJTI PrOIUOIeSDgCSLOflC ne0JOpiuntMorphiiw djIl1NOTNARCOTIC i tta01rasO1dIkLZ7JJYJWi 1hpbiSedliii ittAegtt voltkafo sAujrsi 1AcrfectRemetiyforcctflpi tIonSourStomachDttnlU2 WormsComulsiousIett iusszeu1LossoFSLEER soil TacSinile Signalurt eeINEW YOPK Exact Copy of Wrapper Infants The You the T 10 ii os suffered five with awful pains due tQ womanly troubles writes Mrs M D McPherson from Chad faintIray Ieside also headache and I gave and thought would die but my husband urged me etd try CaYdui so 1 began and the first bottle UI4dodie but Cardul relieved me CARDUI more than 50 years Cardui has been relieving womans sufferings and making weak women strong and writtenlikeobtained by the use of this purely vegetable tonic 1 for women Cardui strengthens builds restores and relieves pre vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles todayI J YOU a That question will asked you almost daIly py men seeking your UlSooldCeepiD8 ziooeepers all over DranghoisNewSystexu andwortyShorthiid cia court reporters write the System of teachIIIVy Because they know is Ihe best = Tel I I I I a a I I I be It Nashville Memphis or Krioxvflle Tenn or Pdach Ky or EvuMviU 1M i vI the usof n goodbntfve to keep the bowels open lprevent the posonsof undfgesttUtload from gettinglnto your system the latest product of if VELVOLaxatlve Liver Syrup purtlyvegetable reliable and pleasant aromatic taste Volvo acts the liver as well on the JflVO irueu i nan tfecu tiery uiuugn a nurso was still In attendance Hugh Crandall was seated In a chair beside the bed The joy read in the faces of Katharine and Crandall as Louts banded her sister the envelope was reward enough for all I had 1through since 1 had set Out to jFrantically j envelope and Inspected three docu j meats t contained They are all here she exclaimed with a sigh of relief as she passed them to Crandall Yes echoed Crandall happily herej burn themat once she dema4ldyd Crandall gathering them Vup jvlth the envelope in whl h they had been to the grate where a cheerful fire was burning and oneI by one fed the documents to the t1It1I ajil Hugh are on their honeymoon too jetriptaking a felx months European f mystery of the yellow letters in the presence of cur wives for it recalls too many sad memories unnecessarily my new brotherinfaw andl I had a 1nughthe night before I mar rled Louise As Int first s speCted him of being one of the consplratoTs it seems ho had suspected tao It wasb6wnp peered iqto thp post of lice that night as I was examining the books by the light of my electric lantern j He knew that Young hd an assocrate and was trying to flntt n1 had to admit that my con duct Ardway fully Justified crap Sjftee and he real 5T r == r csTiaiA For and Childr Kind Have Always SoughtII Bears S tur6 o Use For2Over Thirty Years CASTORIA EWO Gave Vp Hope reI years backache up II TAKE WomaiftTontc The IIrFor they remedjf or ToteIQTSJtfdOLflS5tUCilO1ZS WANT Better business or of on as teat goneI encased crossed in JOM II riseMorereputationEankinwIsilsessTawFIIESI IIenDRAUGHON PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Pnysicia AlItI i1AJgest1onblUo LAXATIVE UVERSYJRUPJ tzcs sans i was jasuuta m hIhe my tory of the disappearance pf the yeflowfrhgincOts that ha4 gin jpn us thojfisa clew Is a mystery no onger Iq ragrely had sljjd behind jthe drawer in whlch Louise li4 put 7 ij Aleck f Young Is serving a well fllsejBRed sentence ot fourteen yeatst ji OdchalantlyI resume as he un derwenthls rJaL So Iongas prison kCQP rs can bojibrited to KSep him supplied with big1 beloved drug L doubt U ho bothers Over his lacl Qt freedom Sometimes think his pun ishment falls tar Jbrt when I recall x all HJto miserf sad suffering he caused ycft my nowfound happiness has vofteoird my view of life I find myself wondering whether after all Inspector Daylsc la not right when h4 says that criminals even the worst of them pbould be treated as sick children to be cured rather than asIbad children to be punished 1 can not help but feel that the parents ot Young wereJar more to blame for his crime than he As tor General Farrlsh he died three weeks after Youngs arrest Before the end he regained hlsfacul ties sufficiently to understand that the papers that had menaced his peace and reputation had been destroyed In his jast hour he put Kathaflnei hand into Hugh Crandalls WhatwyJn the documents that Katharine andHugh Craadall bu ued vWhat Was tho secret wltk jrkkk Youpg threatened him for month Jm4 months et a t Continued cnPafeOliildrdn Or l 1r- a FLETCXU CASTORIA a A