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MADE BUSINESS OF. MURDER
A SILENT MEMBER
Cy A'.OLLIE MATHER
rtinici lixi'i slock uf herself, con
fe!uplu;isly. 1 there. n Just one tiling Ihat
1 in.uM id t.-rfoolly." she thought.
' A It i, 1 ') nr. Indifferent musician,
lull' will, hnnliy fi;lr typist and
1 tan !mi fir front.' drosses l:'.uch
ter than I cm sew tVin."
Wistfully she repeated her thnuglit
to hrr busy ulster Ilosulliid, when
iul!iM tamo In from the nutt'lc
ataisp. Ab.-ontly, her mind oil the (lull
4iplt i.e hud If .1, the s'slef made
"Don't worry your he'id, I'lilty; you
Will come into yuur own, some ! y."
"Ami In tin. Ions Villi," .'alienee
willed, "I'm Infiicted upon you, Iiosa
tvd. Ht-cause your friends nre m
p-ovrous us yourself, Is really no reu
Mi Mint I sliixild hurtle the Cum."
(C. Iini,liiii;; face iiiipiMii'd l Hie
foorwsiy of Mi? little Hit. "linn?"
erin-atcd tie.' iieucotiei-, 'v. hut H rv
rntlnus mime f'ir three r.nrcnsoiiably
ficafrlee ciiine into the mom. "Dear
est Ctrl,'.' tt'.u seriously mlilressoil I'nt
tr. "you lire t!ie silent member of our
arm; e ju-t couldn't pet along ut nil
Shout your bright presence. You are
Al- flowe r in the desert, (lie courage
'in do.iir. Is il'nner ivatly? Lucy
iy grows slower every day."
"ntty Jiiiiipoil tip from tiie tliven
wrt. "I'll s.-e." the c.frori'd.
I.iuy Im- in (lie wmll kitchen
aaM: "No, (i'rmer ain't ready."
f'sity.v.iu" p!hclM Mm cloth for Mic
teiir: l.:-.nt. "I "in trying lo hurry
H&rH u.," !ie promised.
"1 Ic.tvu l)i' : speaking at the Y. W,"
catrire explained, "nnd I liuve lulls
t flic higu fe'iiml this evening. I tn
ir 1 t!o not know how I tiliall ever
tvt my iites in rder for t'.ie talk nt
41mt feiioMitetl Clulis ti inolToW. And
iken (hem is my blue satin, in woeful
ecd o jiresrtinj; "
"Cli, III do Hint for jou," I'ulty
ertlcd. She was imll.iiK tiie roses on
tt tiiMe. '-Iiiiiuer reudy," she tliecr
"liuw," as!;eJ 1'eiilrlce ut tiible,
Vent, the tlawd today, IlosuliinU"
Tiie Kaldwin clillilren," Itosiilind
Mnrtred "and of course my most
Bf.Trtile iuipils from n finnndnl stnnd-
yolnt are utTiines, almost liuonslllp." I
Breezily, Nun, llic cvorlule, tnft'ivfl. ,
"ff liiwe designed a perfectly wonder- ,
XL davs for Mi-h. lUeh Coinpt," slie (
Wtgxu en'Jiuslustlcally, "but there In
rfftuii about the front panel which
-s.iiot j)te:i.-'e her. We at most came '
4.ti!us, rvardiui; lines. I deserted, I
wutlng dinner a prclcuse for depur- I
re, lut tomwow I slinll have to go
rer thk whole thing again."
the flat vueated that evening,
M u:y frlenil.4 jjolnt; on to variouH
R'U9 Mint flnlmcd their fresence.
Menco humming her gay little bong,
ruuitued carefully Nan's drawluij of
tfke.dbj'.iitert creation. Then, linpiilly,
Tlf smiled, while ber sure finseM
tfarrd n fory. The pnnel rererred to
m niidoiib'edly Inipnived in the
aTt'ort. I'.eatrlee bud left her notes
nf toaiormw's tulk in u i.iifuin pile
Ofi hiT (lrL-i-.er. I'ntty nttiiehed tliein.
fntwn of erplexlly wrinkling InT
ytettr brow. The typewriter was
running, when a dnrk head npiieared
k the itoimvny.
"I Till be very good, nnd read my
0kT r l UHiet." helped n liiasrullne
dee. If yiu will let l.ie come in,
Vktty. You are, I nee " the. luuu
w.Jb'il, "idling as usual, Where are
id, celebrities ?"
"4it down, liaviil," the girl c:ire-fc-.sK
inviied, "I'll be through with
in a iii'imeut. IT coming out
"IMmtever U U?" r.'avld reninvhed
Ik.diiiriiii.l.v. but be wait not InformeU.
i;r!(e's ii.:ie-i, neatly Ii:Im-im. -were
Ib br -litli bi.-ik, when I'lilty returned
Jr 4be rtiom.
"You will be glad to be iibuie for
ot!iT llu'o ml'iutt, won't you,
tKivid."" Ft.'- nked tentatively, "while
I I li:ive something to press In the
)f con"-," he answered.
Al'ob'gctli titly he M'aleil herself be
fore ii..- (-'plioiie Maud.
1 lLoiig'tt," Mio e:.tilained, "It
alit b ; l i .l. r ! give. Hie. iiieMige
tkia evening, so I could have the chil-r-ti
over early uni after llnsalliid
0. out. Slie jr'ves a few home les
twin 111 the moniin. mid th" ltuldwln
ttiitrtreii me iPfliruit, liivld. Th. y lust
ilt' not hpoll tli iiiiinlenl ; mid their
richer must b- plmseil, a 'id proud of
Brim. I (all iiiiilie the il.'lll Noug a
ami ef game. You know 1 1-m not ex
0st niusie, l'avhl or In any nlher
"utty'n o! wan momentarily
vfiif. lint only momentarily. (
mft have ll.i-i' hl'itvi ii, rn'oyini; Ibnt
drill," Iim enthused. "You'll i-ee,
Itiil." .SL.hiiig In relief, Mie looked
imt ft him, hs she arose.
It is ti ttli'd." 1'alience fuld. "the
fcitlein ililiUieii will be here In the
fOrniiig. Ni'iv that U a kecrrt, mid
fuM are not to tell. I, you know, am
IA Kilent I'urtner of our otherwise
git'tnl firm of four.
Tcry deliberately the man folded bU
f,ilr. t'li'ii, Iwforo I'ntty could renl-
fekt what lui'l happened, ha bail her In
Hi arum. .
fcAud I aui looking for a aileut
partner mywlf." i f"'r hi'l'iv
afleuce. "ratty, durllng, there la no !.
yw- tiyln lo efu me; the liu
kHl our llrm will ! n apprecla-
tlMt Hiemher "
' r'w ' tblnkinK uf refUHlng," imiIO
William Burka, Infamoua triahman,
Alto Instrumental In Adding
Significant .Verb to Language.
rturko and Hare were two notorious
body-snatcher, or resurrectionists,
who carried on their Infamous trade
Irt lldlnhurgh. WMIIam Ihirke wnn
born In Irelnnd In 17IB, nnd went to
Scollunil as a bihorer about 1SI7. In
1,ca7 be was Jiving In a cheap loiUIn?
I.ouso kepi by nnothcr Irlnh laborer
limned William Hare. About Uie end
of 1827 one of Ilnro'fl Indfrora, on army
li fnonpr, riled, and Ilurke and Hare
aold the Irhdy o Dr. Robert Knox,
an Edinburgh anatomist. Hare there
upon suggeKled body-Miatchinir as a
tuir.lncRS and llurke agfoed. The two
uien thou stnrted In to entice poor
tinrelers to Hiire's or some other
cheap lodging houne. The victims
were plied with liquor and then suf
focated under niMttresses, without
marks of violence. Doctor Knox took
the bodies and paid up to 14 ($00)
for them. At leust 15 people had
been murdered In this way before
r.m.e and I lure were arronted. Hare
t'-rnod Icing's evidence, and Iturkn
was found guilly and hanged In Edin
burgh on .iHnunry 28, 1821). Hare
found Scotland too hot for him and
went to England, where he Is believed
to hnve died under an assumed name.
Hie verb "In burke," moaning to suf
foea(e, to Mrungle, to suppress, or to
put out of thu way secretly, had lta
nrlgln In Hurlte's method of doing
awny with his victims.
VHERE GREAT EXPLORER LIES
South! Georgia Ibland, Tomb of
fehnckleton, Lonely Spot in tha
Great Antarctic ftegion.
An Interesting picture of life In
South Georgia IMand, the "Gateway
of the Antarctic," where Rliackleton
was buried, was gl"cn by an explorer
who nuido a research expedition there
s few years ngo. At that time there
was only one woman on the Inland,
end she was the domestic in the house
hold of dipt.' C. A. Lurse.li, a former
Antarctic explorer who had settled
down as head of a Norwegian whaling
station on the IslHiid. "Below my soli
tary tent," the correspondent writes,
"the grassy bank sloped sharply to a J
milk-colored glacial stream entering
an Inlet ot the sea only GO yards away.
A Quurter of a mile across the inlet
Mood the perpendicular front of a
beautiful valley glacier, coinlni? down
between (tcalicd hilla from the lifoIoM,
silent Interior. I'engulns bobbed out
of the sea below the glacier and were
my most Interesting callers, for their
curiosity could not rculst a human be
ing. JSea elephants crawled uncon
cernedly up the stream below nie and
went to sleep among the huminucka
on tlio beach. Above the tent, on the
plateau of the little promontory, seven
pairs of albatrosses carried oil their
'oui'lnhip end nesting, along with
glflut petrels, skuas, kelp gulls and the
nrctty little antarctic titlarks, the only
iund bird of the Par .Nouili, whoso
cheerful song was almost the sole
homelike sound." '
A woman, blessed with a masterful
disposition nnd considerable property,
died, leaving behind her a will In
which her hushiinil was cut olT with
n dollar, on the ground that he bad
deserted her a year before.
The lawyer finally located the man
nnd broke the news gently by tolling
him that he had received only a small
"ilow much 7" curelessty asked the
With the same carelessness, the man
turned toward the door. Just as ha
reached It, however, a sudden thouglit
"Kay," be called back anxiouMy. ' Did
she specify what I was to do with this
Sarcasm From tha Grave.
The will of Alexander Louis Teix
el in tie Mattes, (he K.nglisli transla
tor of I' ii lire, Mireleilinek, Couitcrus,
Zola and many other continental
writers, contains one bequest Hint will
interest a good muuy booulovcrs wljo
have loaned their favorite volumes
not wisely but too well at any ra.li
I no geiieiounl.v, says tlio Living Age.
The estate of Mr. de Matins was not
huge, lis gross vnl.ie amounting to
I.wh than LMXhl ()r.(KKI). ami many
of bis beiiicHla take thu form of books,
ilo leaves hool.k to many of his
fiieiuls. lino volume In particular Is
li ft lo n certain fiieud and Is du
serlbod as one "which he borrowed
many years iigoirwl has not returned."
lecrcu&ud Trtctor Power.
A new atiiieliiniiiil ileslued to give
the siiinll Iruelor ('renter lieuring area
mill ' Increased pulling power, re
places tho round wheels with two
l.i io spria Uets, ueeordlug (o an Hus
tinted ni Hi le lii I'opulnr Mechanics
tlgaxine. (lutKlda of eu Ii sprocket
Is a cant stii'l arm which project for-
v. mil and dowiiwurJ, currying ut Its
front end a smallee Idler whe-l. A
trnck tread passes around the sprock
i t and Idler wheed, giving the tractor
lnri-eased bctiilng area.
Liohtrit of Liquid.
Many evix-rluieuts here and abroad
have shown that liquid hydrogen I
by fur the lightest of all known
lluu'lds. its density la one-fourteentn
that of water, and, curiously enough.
this hsppen to be the lame ratio of
density that hydrogen In the gaseous
tat bears to air. for Iog the light
est liquid known waa lWuitttMl inaraa
ga. which posaeaaea about twe-flfto
of the duuslty of wtr. Washington
l Star. -
Not how much we sell, but how'
well we serve that is just what
justifies our existence, gives us our
meed of gratification and measures
the-quality and fullness of our suc
flpoclal showin? ot slipover and Tuxedo style Sweaters,
colors Navy, Browa, Tan, Henna, Jade,
Jockey Reti and White. Price range . .?2.48 to $7.45
New shapes All leathers, crepe Grain, Spider, Calf,
Patent Leather; also Hand-Tooled effects. Colors
Black, Brown and Gray. $1.50 to $2.50 98c
Made tor Government use of good Quality heavy
drilling, blue, khaki or white Wouderful for lauudry or
clothes ba;g, and worth three times our special
price; choice 33c
AN'OTHUlt HI Kl'l.lliL
The many friend and relatives
of Mrs. Kufua Bull met ut her home
uoar MtHfciiry, tiuuduy, Sept. 10,- the
ottusion being iu honor of her 34th.
birthday. Thwe was plenty to eat
all good, things Imaginable and all
present felt that the day was. pleas
antly sptot and wished the houoree
insi.y hupiy return ot the day.
Tuoao present wwre: Mr, and Mrs.
Rufus Balls and children. Everett.
Jotifl Morton, Otis.' Lucille. Arthur
and Mrs. Earl BisncUard, and Mr.
Uhfirchard; Mrs. Amelia Southard;
Mr.' and Mrs. Mitchell Balls and
children, Daisy, Arvin, Freda, Duly
Ma and Elsie; Mr. and Mr. C. C.
Ulunchard and childreu, Mary; Reth
le, Vitula and Perry Edward; Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Blanchard and child-
I ren, Thomas, Myrtle, Louva and Wll.
'lard; Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield
Blanchard and children, Albert and
Claudus; Mrs. -Jewell; Mr.-and
Mrs. J. M. Chapman and ' children,
Oua aud Elbert; Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
Jl D Jl-JI X N JJ i V V
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
' Incorporated '
OVVENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns.
vtila Williams and son, Volney; Mr.
L. ' J, Iglebeart; Mr. aud Mrs. W. I.I
Ig'.eheart; Mrs. Bee Hocker; Mr. and1
Mrs. Chester Stewart and children,!
Carlos, Iay ward and Glendon; Mr. I
. vt.i I J !. fl A I
ana airs, ruis tuajiumu u u.
rert, Ethel and Lucille; Mr. aud Mrs.
Maurice' Chlnu and children. Hazel,
and E1JU; Mr. J. W. Tanner; Mr.
n,i Un U M Tlrnwn- Mtiuiea Nola
- ' ' i
Chapman. Lilly and Zella Payton,'
Pearl and Mary Brown; Messrs. Ar-j
yiu Tontz, Alvie Chapman, Dayton,
Chapman, - jvieaiora ana tonwuj
Blanchard. ' ' , . , ,
ONE PRESENT. '
A FAMILY RJEUNIOSI
August 27th, will long be remem
bered by the sister, three brothers
and families and many other friends
of Mrs. W. . D. Hocker, ot South
Beaver Dam, who met at Mr. Hock-,
er's home and eujoyed the bounteous
dinner served by them. , I
Those present were: "Aunt" Paul-1
tne Hocker (aged 95); Mr. and Mrs.
Women's Fancy Bungalo
10-dozeri JVomen'a percale Bungalow Aprons, beautiful
new fancy model neatly made colors, Pink, Blue,
Malse and. Lavender, $1.75 values, special . . . . .'. .fl.8
Standard Apron Ginghams
Apron Ginghams, full standard pure indigo' dye, ab-i
solutely fast color, cheap at 15c. Special September
Price ...... ....... ...
Women's Silk Camisoles
Women's ..Pare Siflc Camisoles, neatly trimmed - la
heavy cluny lacee. Pink only, 3 styles for selection,
September Special 09c
Mercerized Table Cloths,
Round Patterns, $1 48
25 only extra fine quality highly mercerised Table
Cloths,- round patterns, size 64x64 $2.00 values;
' ' Special each ....
Hocker, sou, Clayton, and daughter,
Carnii; Mrs." Hooker's sister, Mn.
Ophelia Austin, of Nebraska; Mr.
aud Mrs. C. W. Stevens, of Beaver
Dam, and daughter, Mrs. : Eckleas
Bennett, and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Stevens, of Prentiss, and
son, Logan Stevens, wife and three
children; Mr. Henry Stevens, wife
daughter, Ruth, and son, Charlie;
Mr. Fred Hocker wife and three'
chljdren; Mrs. Neighbors; Mr.
and Mrs. Tomuiie Bennett and Mr.
G. W. Beunett. The only absent
brother was Mr. 8, C. Stevens, ct
" AS ENJOYABLE DAY
Quite a pleasant Sunday waa spent
at the home of Mr. and Mr. Cicero
Taylor, of Mt. Zlon, 8ept. 17tn.
Quite a dinner was served lu honor
ot their son, Flem Taylor, ot Orange,
, Thoss . present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Fluia Taylor and sous, Conn
i i i
and Ellis, of Orange, Texas; Mr. and
Mrs, Letcher Beck, sons and daugh
ters, George, Walter, Lynona' and
Bertha Mary, of Brownie, Ky.; Mr.
and Sirs, George Taylor, ot Brownre,
Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Leach, ot
Mt. Zlon; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanley
and son, Henry, and mother, Mrs.
La lira Leach, of Beaver Dam; Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Howard, sen and
duughters, Mose, Mary Fanny and
Don uie Mae, of Mt. Zlon; Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Taylor, son and daughter,
Cooper Bazil and Margie Elisabeth,
of, Echols; Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Tuck
er and daughter; Mrs. Florence Tay
lor and children, Laura,' Crossman,
buu wary nucule, or jsrownie, Ky.;
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Taylor an
daughter, Laura Florence, ot Beaver
Dam. " i
.ONE PRESENT. '
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FOR HALF ITnma mnA l,.l In
Hartford, well located aud In good
condition. Good water and pleat
ot outbuildings. s - ' .
17-tf WAYNB LEACH.. '