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I fltliti iutfll4EST44RLJSYED Lg hY7 v JNlM tttd tfj i11l14fltttVIfVb1L1 I t4 4 L t I 4 n n I dLkr- EW JI iyOL XYIK i 39 i SPINGFIELD WAS INGON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER J9 1911 ws ED06AT10HAL 80LUMN + tt4Edita1byMissIthaNunan n ftis cohnnnisi giv nto the achers t t of Waefcington county for Educational iwrBoaes wits Editorwas selected by tlMia All contributions should be M tto the department Editor notS Jater than Saturday Patrons trustees and teachers I of Division Nbmet with the O pro ement League of mae iqndence School and organized air educational round table 1EliuDedman wasolectcd presic ijlent i H Morrison Vice Presi jdent Miss Ma gle Hiatt Treas icVrandJ Mc Williams JSecre trJ The work is divided Into three departments viz League Work Pedfigogics and General l Instruction One of the objebU Vof the organization is to maki reparation for an educaMonaf cpntjBSt between Divisions aandI 4tTatham Springs on Thanks Ytnlr m4Th schoojwLichMiss Victo IiQbourueisi teachingi is fo j pttjThn thepossesslonofs new cThtof1aps l isaAda Ar f nold who taught there last leaf ArnkeThe Bioney wiUijFhich they T w ere purchasedat ilnenterlalooO I JIOn account of the absence of rR L flush from the count Mr J McWilliams has been ap poirited President of the Cointy Schobl Improvement Leaguet The following organizers were appointed for the various divi sions No1 Miss Annie Us bonrne Feeder ickstown No 2 z Dr J N Shehan Maud No8 J McWilliam Willisburg No 4 W B Colvin Tatham Springs No 5 Miss Cornelia Hobos Mackviila NoO MrK S Boggess Texas Miss Sarah Carried was appointed County JSecretary but on accdunt of other 1 duties bas resigned j There will be somnny inter esting things said at the Educa tional meeting at Wiitlisburg the Ii 21st YOU can not 6ffqrdio miiss It k Mrs Chas P Weaver PreM- dmjrotI the Stae Improvement League will send literature to alL couniy officers concerning r the work in about two weeks PROGRAM The f llowiug program has r1 rww r1 J 1HE MWSU3ALERTj i 1 1 i i Ir K i HON BEN JoHNSON i4 Will address the voters of Wash ington County at Springfield I MOn JAt3 J i Invitedi lar A4 arranged for the Teachers meet ing of DiviSion N o 3 which will be held at Willisburg Saturday October 21 t ScngSunbeainby tile School Deyotlenal ExercisesRev W AWolfe Address of Welcome Maggpe Hiatt Response Emma HiattI The Relation of the Parents to the School Lizzie Davis Ora Bottoms J cbooI Room Decoration Frank Hardin Nora Batter Recitations by School Qirlsll Three Qualifications q H Hale c Whitehouse Medical Jhcaminationa for Common Schools Dr M W Hyatt Reces- sSongrJust before the Battle School Thoughts and Theories of Education Sarah Carrlco A Osbbrne The Duties of the Rurall Teacher Everett Dedman H Sutherland The Parents Duty to the Public School Jennie Redding IT Fowler Alligation Alternate Master Diamondi Bentley aged 13 solving problems not half the teachers of any county can solve Better Pay E Dedman J Burkhea4 Sam Arnold Primary Plays J B Morrison Kate Shewmaker How to get illiterate parents to send to schooTK Soggess AnnfeJoifea NOON HOUR Song Kentucky Schools By the Schobland Willisburg Choir What the School Improv m ntLeag e Can Do for the Health of the school and community Drs JN Shehan JBYates At thetlose of this diecusaion the Co Chairman will receive reports of the six division organizers SoloEverettDedmanShould ed for whipping a boy fox stealing A real case in Esq Nirarod H ndrens court For Plaintiff AJlat Co Atty Marsh l Duncan for deft WF Grigsby Importance of Graded Schools S Supt J W Bush RecitationThat Day the little Boy Ban Away Evelyn Royalty Quartette WHiisburg Choir Does itpay to Educate Prof George Colvin Is Morality and Citizenship and Highest Aim of EducationRevs W J Loose and W J Sweeney School Sanitation Dr W W Hyatt Song Adjourn The Scboo1 Improve i t Leagues cOf the county are iuvj ted to meet with the Leagues of Division No 8 at Wilhsbnrg the same day A picnic dinneri will be served on the ground and feed for the horses of teach ers and educational officers Also the Willisburg people will l ehtertalnfit their homes The publicistiiiviled and alll school patrons urged to attend Maggie Wait Chairman c McWilliam feec I v w w Seriously IInjuredj Lr J J Ballard son of Mr Nick Ballard is seriously illat his home in Chicago suffering from a fractured skull received last week when thrown from a horse be was riding The gate lof Mr Ballards barn had been left cpen a horse hja had owned WithoutlstoPPinon another horse andstarted after the horse which bad gotten out He had gone theholseata dog and shied throwing Mr Ballard on the hard pike Eisslt ll wS fractured and he was also painfully bruised about the head and shoulders A t first it was belIeved dhat 4here was no hope for his recovery butnow the prospects forhis re covery are gooMarion Falcon Farmers Need IL The progressive farmer is regarded as the TypE pf inde pendence Be liyes well has pjactically everything he wants and has money iin thebank Do you know what made the suc cessful farmer Why it was simply the application of busi ness principles and methods to agriculture If you area farm er and nave a business educa tion you are simply making old Mother Earth give yooa bare living when she ought to yield yon a surplus Apply business principles bookkeeping etc to your farming operations and seeIa lithe FIGURING than by a lot of SWEATING For cata- lOgue ad4r ss Draugbons Prac tical Business College Nashville Tenn Or Paducab Ky or Ev tdnFDOCareful Old Fashioned Party with old fash toned prejudices Ah very clever 4are say But I see Its written by a JD1lthing elsePunch Few Hens In England t England has one hen to the acre of territory 7 q8tI SALE 7At i POLAND CHINA 1HO81O Springfield Tobacco Whonse onW 4 4 County Court Day Monday Oct 23- At 3 I 130 oclock pmhSows ready td farrow gilts just bred foir February 1st jFwrrbw totyitype hog Ky Esjwinsioh A ttw 100 to 125 pound Gtsand a few pigs of both sex just oJ weaned AJew young Boars old enough for lemce1 I HSLL G C WHARTON I A I fl = JUDGE JiARLANIi Distinguished Kentuckyt Ju ristand Mem sr of Supreme Court Dies Washington Oct 14 The most distinguished Kentuckian at theNatidnal Capita and the dean of American jurists John Marshall Harlan die3 at 810 oclock this morning at h is Washington residence 1401 Euclid street Howas iin his seven tv eighth year and him he lived until next June he vould have served longer in the i ipacity of a Justic of the Sup me Court of the United States thanauyl other tnan The llast words of Justice Har Ian were uttered a abc t time cej fore his death and expressed re l gret that the membs of his family grouped abouV wfj beck side had been forced lose their rest last flight IIIi John Marshall Hi lan w 4 sI born in Boyle county Kentucky June 1 1833 After graduating from Centre CoUege jn 1850 he studied law at Trinsylyauia i and began the practifi1 6 f h iISJ profession at Frankfort In IS 58 he was elected Coc jty Judge and in the same iearie waFtbe WhIg PandidatA forj Congress Two years later he fi moved to Louisville where h6 aised theii Tenth Kentucky Infi ntry Regiment with which be served in Gen Thomas divi in Upqn the deata of his lath James Lj Harlan in 1J363 Gn Harlan resigned his commit on in neI army and Qon after was elected Attorney General 6 Kentucky by the Union party He fillet the office until 1867 Be was theii Republican candidat for Governor inM871 and again in 1875 In 1876 be declined e offer of aIdiplomatic positiop fj pm Presii lent Haves Theo owingynar he was commisaiouecl an AssoI date Justipe of th Supreme Court of the United f Itatest Justice Earian wa appointedj ta the Supreme bend i by resident Hayes1 Novem sr 29 1877 The last Opinion i delivered was the fanr6usdissQt t from the majority veroict of le court in the American Tobaco Company case in whlch the stingulshed Kentuckian took the groundthat the court had no riht to read 11anievident in phraseo gy of the law and opposed the courts permission to the fUt to re form after a dissolution Painfully Hurt it Circus Jim Bland a wel known farm er living about fouc miles from tJ town in the northeti end of theIcounty met with ajpaihff nll dent Saturday after oon While r attending the circa and at the close of the performance when Bland slipped and fell His heacIstruek one ofthe seats io1 t fliotiug a painful ilajury he re ceived though qu ie painful is not serjous Let anon- Euterj prise r AttaoK bike Tigers Iin fighting to keep1he bood pure thewhlte corpuscleg attack disease germs like tigers B it often germs multlplysci fast the ttle figbterare overceme Then see pimples boils eczema saltrheum apl sores multiply and strength and app ttlte fail This c ndlton demands Electric Bitters rag alate stomach J vr and kid neys and to expel olsons train the blond They are 4ie best blood purifier writes Oil T Budahn of Trcy CalfHI hveeVer found1 They make riclrjrjd blood strong rres and build upiyoir 1eathTryt- hem 50c at Haydo Robertsons Read and eflect If the reader sayfthe Provldepce Journal after perusing tho following description of thq piobable mode pf given by an 1IUBbeleoU80wrferE in a new vol ume does not under and the process he bad better Jfeavej this internal spherical vacuity arid go where bIg- ger words are usedtj A formal Idea of the heaven and fcrth may be ob- taIned by Imagining ijha heaven aa at first an emuvlant generation from a monocentral point ccupying orcre ating and c ccupyl ng space the earth as the arrest or end of such general ing action with tii4l gradual relaxaI tlon of central tensloi and abnegatloa beingIIp leal vacuity termed the Genetic TOe ord e ttbII Resolutions The following is taken r from the Smith Grove Times and as Rev Stallingsls a fornLer Wash ington eouhtian it will be real with interest by his many friends in this county He has been pastor for sevsral and continues to grbw in popularity the better ha isknown Bf the members of the Smiths Groye Baptist church Whereas Thera is at present a strong pressure being brought wMchurches lo s cure his services as pastor and- Wnersasi We can not help hut admire their wisdom in making an effort to do so yet we are pot willing to let him go or that lis conn3ctions with aur churth be severed at this jtime for the tot J owing reasons First he istbe onjy pastor that the Smiths Grove Baptist church has had in the last 20 years that has given absolute satisfaction At any rate we have never heard awdis se ting voice from a member So we are constrained to believe that he is eminently til and qual ified by the grace of God to carry on the spleudid work of our church that he so nobly begun seven years ago and has conduct d to its present high standing While we would riot disparge usefuliness larger fields yet we can not refrain from express ing to him our high appreciation of his seryices and our earnest desire is that he remafin The errowth ot the church has been phenomenal under his care in more ways than members We havtj greatly developed along the lines of missions in fact all kinds of Christian services and there is a unity of love that ex ists between pastor andpeople that continues to grow stronger and stronger each year that he has been with usAod we will take tills method of expressing to him our full and free indorse mont of the stand taken by him or all questions that have cOme up before onrpeople for we tnt iy appreciate the fact that our pastor has a high standing in t he religious world Pub1icSSSale Mr 0 N Willett having sold his farm this sale is for the pur rtnersbiPIThursday October 19 at 100 oclock pm offer for sale on the farm of J W Will tt theISpringfield and Barfistdwn turn pike offer for sale to the highest bidder the following property One black mare 9 years old in foal to Jack 1 black mare 6y ears old in foal to jack 1 registered yearling filly 1 8yearold geld ing one year old gelding I brown mare 11 years old one yearling gelding one yearling lilly 1 jack 8year old well byIand out of afirst class jennet from the Gov Wood family jack 3Vears old a good one 141 hands high sired by a Para gOD jjack and out of a Gov Wood jeunet jack 2Tyears old well broke Hi hands high sired by Dewey and oQtofaGov Wood jennet jac1 bun year old a good one and qut of a Got Wood jennet by a Paragon jack i jack colt suckling sired by Governor Billy owned by Thflr man Peters 2 jennet colts 1 yearling and 1 buckling 3 first class aged jernets 6 year old work mule 2year old horse mule mare mule colt 0 sheep 1 buck 3 weanling calves 1 black bull calf one heifer cqwr and calf 4year old cow sow and 10 pigs corn drill fertiliafer attachment 1 riding cultivator The lack and jennet s ock isi partnership and all parties re servo the right to bid or buy any part of this stock TERMS All sums under f10 cash over that amount on a credit of six months note with approved security and payable in bank with interest from date will be required JW CN WILLETtI S 1M Campbell Auctioneer 5 REMINISCENCES Of War Times by anr01d Veteran Who Was There Willlsburg Ky Oct 8 1911 Editor NewsJjeader t I want a short space in your columns once more to have a talk with my Old comrades 1 have been trying to fln4 time to write ever since oar reunion on tbeSOthof Septcmberrbotjiis we grow old our time semstc- b all taken up with cares of this life and I am oneof the busy Idmen and will have tQtke Sunday afternoon to write Say boys do you remeinber 49 yews ago today at Perryville what a hot time we had It was 30 near some of our homes that our fatheriand niotbers could1 Bear the constant roar of muskets and artillery work was suspended The neighbors gathRred Jn squads to talk over the proba ble result end anxious mothers spent a sleepless night but1 next day many 6 the good old Lath ers Tyerebnthe fleld of battle to learn thefate of their boys 1he Iowapdtbeirloysare Some of you remember tbab fifry years ago on the 27th bf Sep ember twenty or more of nsjI left for the seat of wir nmy fathers home when be bad prepared a good dinner for tlieboy before leaving Fathers a pli mothers were there tobid the bos good by ard it was the llast farewell with many of them Lii wont attempt to teli of the sep aration as I dont believe ibo a rislandi i of the green big honest rprmerd boy leaving nome for the first time and what a trial itjwaa tfor himad how homqsick hagoL hutalterthe bomesickne wore oft they made splendid soldiers and returned home wii liorortNowto think back over the fifty t years that have passed It dontii seem to be but afewlleeUngI nyears 1edchencelP9ssessl jfeelj withtouIIanvthif III i the 48th andiversafy ofAhe attt tie of Chicamauga I want to say it was the best we eyer ha4 Colvnjand t with their oratory W pad to supply tIe deficiency iththe l children and they did splendid Iftamer He gave usa good talk and with his ready wt brought r atap plause There wer236d soldiers present and I had five of my company present more than than I ever had before EsqI Hendrea had us lined up and QQfI tJeyjt j ltI rest of you will be as ugly as wet are when you get as old as we If we live until September the 20th we will meet at t h ej same place All is due qIHendien for the success o our r trSU u r flaxmfAkrI ftiiibaJ yk nY i4ff tie finest itsct1 1 cake + 1 or puddints ae tellt IRoyal e 1Ip w f1 Royal is equally vtlwAtt i Jn the e t1I r l sjiJIji J 1 Ieayp Lqc i + H1ibmJ lrr iiGt ii Pap4Qt i Cf reunion X bad great4oyinm- eetin my otd comrades M V Crouch Cpr p 3Dth KyIuff y t J f f1ICt r The yerdctgiyeninriaozW- illiam j on3ell son of Ik lat Judge WO Bell fOr 7 pOO damages against the Seattle t Renton and SoutheVn Hailway bj a Seattle Washington coatl shori time ago tor the death of his father whQwas killed ighteea months ago jngan accl dent while ridiog on onevof the l ndtnt dompaby cat IB Seattle was reyerse 4 J4o day Judge J T RQnaI x t4h au rtp CouftcUd when he ordered the verdict It1 aside The company claiiEHUf hat th verdictias ezcMivein that the child bad already i inherited a large estate ajjd Was ot dependent tipori his father or support The lexVof thede lson has not been received1 here Mrs Bell who was id jared in the same accident brought the suit as administra tor aod she having dted a fewI months ago the case was revived The case had been hard fosgbt by botbstdesnd thist jternjinat tion came to the plaintlf awi yers as a surprise A jsait forI damages to MsrsJ tUuroO tog and Miss Martha Thompfcn by reason of the death pfi beir mQtherMrsBfill 1ia now pend Iiog in the Seattle court Harrod burg Herald rMrs PlprenceMattmglywiii oW of the late Mr Oflffta MatI Snglyj died at the born st ier father Esquire T Snrttti at Chicago early Saturday morn ing following nillne i of sev eral weeks of a complication of diseases Mrs Mattingly was 85 5 easofage She was fxifffM ly popular in the ne1ghbOshoI lin which she lived Jin high esteem brail irha kaeV j her Marion TJVlCQn StarS FisIP tM Psi FortUB nf riMlH Uw iwMij courage fallk SofbocliiL v Tw I lt r ftft iE flttStttt1LiPbttthlIL1IIUt11L1 t KO1l 514 qWhereiiotbread1ifiti r JJsubstani1 evriy4y a1rIajftfn I wrwJ 1J t rttI Phb1it11MtJjt c 1ycltin FarmSock lka 1 Di IJi U itit at1 d1kItfotMl i bii wbai4S a ritaiRsMt6 Sottt I a130 aA CRSa i inpre br fcwr 1l ifc4 r good dwelfliiIEl el- nceary oi4I IIicw in ibyMaCi osa4 tfWafer ii is weIfa 1iL J oa 11mfr Ii tb iplaot- MtA wt t alepN1tSuJ1 ikfaru Jaii if3pdN Wl a 1f ti 1 JIil 1 4Oafl1ptriJ Wil1 Hi yerSoldL pI ll ihorsei 1 eo Jr iGIIHlbMLa JCi1iVi itiy 1 rand pipliIor- 5 bik 4 thfiiD bvd 3 and heiibot IN kT1ffI corD lpoi 2bTu1 dtart utit- Iro other Vti tr 111SI rjef r 1 n a1111tlI1l oldf iEI faltiMiiCEI j ltttt oW rti1lJrr LHtri4 f k2SS MOI tr A bh3 Wi iEI aii sAiWI tin ka c i1 1wS tl t K A 1JIjfit t enat0ri WO5 f0 I 4J3R4WuljWj A N DfJt t i 0 i r TY t ro Ii Will address the voter of Wp4St otf I 72rSpringfieId 1 8TURDhY f OOiQJ At 100 locPnt t1 VfYBOD Nvrrt ltt Vi 7 w y p r 7 T 1I1r iF z r l LMmI V Y THUJWD Y ot i24j lsL JOSE fOUM- i1 W Publishers it H TVU ocr U J il DRturtk Ticket 3 i JSr JJKtni i States Senator I i rOLLItl JAESlI 4 rFor Governor tLJkE B McCREARY 1 9f jWtji iiten ltGoyernor 1T EUARpJ fccDEpMOTT 11 FecJ ttorneyGeneral l JAMS S GARNETT tf itr or Auditor T r f HEY BOSWORTH Jii For State 1reaflurer d t J 4 J ITH4MASG1HEA r if JPeetar3ToftMe f r nc F CRECEUUS Frspt of Public Instruction r li IAISD L HAMLETT i t 1pr C rkert4r1cu1ture WNEWMij4if eal j j j 1 t 11R01EIiTLiGREENE i f For Railroad Cpmmisslon- erWp LAIn 1 r 10 State Senator l DR Hrc SANDERS f til For XepiHentative Washington Co J t L JOHN APOLIN j 4 Aj JfO near Is accepting the i t lRiMIbll11fnomination severely L31 1 e ritJcw 4 Ute Railroads for thet lI 1iss1 cf ire passes to public t oci4ls and cofad r i 1ocI1forrecIingtbem All It v 4 Ulia i1 v ghllan good and b badt Bght highly 40f tbej 4i f9rqfs boldsiarjar Bo t slfck figh Idea efwie Judges isl1knuiny ofutS otht idp1i6haye been of straf for 1v tpg biBfeQ since charged that i t fo4 that very day the Judges I family rode from Frankfort to r t K Lottiefill on free passes pssued ik bytbeEailroad WA hadLLoped r1thI this statement was nottrUe f S bec 8tr piss io the Judges 1C iaiiilj UkJtanUmonnt to a pass t11H Jqdge and the statute 1iV auaiflskfre passes was passed 1 by the Legislature Io prevent a f a jjqrnipt influences being used to s fatifnce pablic men f rjt i Y +cn seJcolDstance r 1ij1 f J oalof a jass could t ccId1cemorsto corruption than t li IS torn J construe our laws t ssjc1ijywhen to D Judge b of pwr highest dpurt Howeyer J the cbarf e has been openly made i7Nbr4jth kffxinton HeraHandJ f w iitupta the Judge toerf p t r p o ant to Icaot and by explain iis not J I mintdodge If The people can eelicrtall dodgers at mostf any CDDt ti fi c I f iziIL1f3Y tt r t14r Dan Kelley sDept Sspda a the nome qf Mrd R Reed A i Mrs JoePolln and son Wi1 J I iL4Ia1 M urice are visiting Mr J jhif Polio and family Jik Mrs Nat Thompson has re A H tujaei home after a visit to her r dMjpbter Mrs H S Hudson 4iiw Nell Simms spent Tburs j day with Mr John Kelly t sfrjyfr bid Mrs Jim OBryan rip nt Sunday with Mr W S i I Y Goo41ett and family i T 2lrl13 L LItsey entertained i ivnaUKJellaneons shower Tues rwk DispersalPublicJ J Sale VALIIABLE HORSE STOCK elII OrTuesday October24 1 if 2 oclock pm Qffer For sale at the Fair Grounds all my horses including Stallions Mares Geldings 2year old Fillies and Yearlings Aioko Pearl bay stai1iong years ibid recoil 2 284 triaUUOih standard and registered San Breaker brown stallijon 8 years old record 2 2111 trial 2J6Jt standard and registered Bouncing C nnaua1tt Imported English HackneA stalliijm 6 4egistoredAlma Gbimesr Bay mare 6jyears old trill mile 22O3tandt1f Lady Agnes bay mare jyears old trial mile 223 a82 years old standard blue old 212staiidard fillies filly horse horSe frnioneibrsewagonmewt order Terms made known on day of sale PF1 HENNESSY PobjjSaIe Farm pdPersenal1 Property Thursday Noyembei2d 109clckam r viu seJJmy farm containing22s 3 miles east of Bloomfield on the Chaptinzuid Thylorsville pike Thisfarm is in a high state of cultivation will grow anything you to plant on it Plenty of tobacco land as good as there iiIJin The is within onehalf mile of school and on route It is in acres in wheat plenty of never falling ater Has a house on it of 5 rooms with pQrches pantry outbuIldingsPlentyofTnypersonal property of stock farming implements etc Terms on farm From 1 to to 5 years or made to suit purchaser Possession given January 1 1912 Dinner on the 11 KyfCAPT T D ENGLISH Auctioneer day evening for Miss Eleanorr jfuReed1 i MisS Graqe Shehan entertain ed her many friends on Ijasj II Thursday evening rt CASTOR IIAiPer Infants and Children ThiKind You Have Always Bought Bears the 7ureof Long Lick i The farmers are through cutIting tobacco SJimIllinois is y shing his parents Edd Mattlngly and Leslie Ehl ton spent last week witTa Willie f Mlto ntScarlet feyer is ragmghere at this place f Mrs Mary Stumph and children spent Fridaywith Mrs Henry loham s Misses Maud Hilton arid Susie Gillispie Messrs Rufus Shu makerand Joe Davis were guests of Misses Margie Augusta Shoemaker Sundav ST Stumph was in our Monday Mrs Wm Milton and son Jim visited the family df R M Milton at T xas TG fcJtumph and family spent Sunday vrith Mr and Mr Abner Hilton Ernest Shoemaker anlbfiWilli Milton were guests oJKjijiiBslie I= y II N ti 4 Rheumatic Pains 1 r7c quickly relieved 0 Sloans Liniment is good for pain df i anysort It penetrates without rubbing 1through the muscular tissue right to the l bone relieves congestion and gives permanent as temporary relief 71 j1 PrqofrftwritesC i dL i I had rheumatism fon ve years lined 1 t j doctor andsevcralcliff but k 4 fl they did not help me ereentremedies oJ SloanS Unlmeni did me so much I good that I would not do without it w forinythjngdt THOMAS ii BICE of Boston Pa aI Tritesulllac used Sloans Lint J nientandfinll it firstclass for iheu 4s pain1 t j T- nuue Mr GG ONtsof Baldwins LL wnitest barefound Sloans Lint t1 tit par excellence t have used tHor broken sinews above the knee ap caused by a fall and Jo my great satisIacttodI was able to resume ay iakfln less than three weeks aftet the ac- cldenLSLOANS f i 1r it i t LINIMENTi If j a excellent remedy Qr bruises gore throat asthma t Hp rubbing ne casryyou xiari apply with abrush M + rR Mo 50e a 100 fettle JSherpana Poufry sent free Address SLOAN BOSTON MA5S Bay mare 6years old standard in foal to Moho Pearl Bay gelding 5yearsold standard can show 240 speed Sorrell filly ribbon mare 2years old bv Moko Pearl Bay filly Shears by Baron Dillon Six 2yeaf old fillies by MOKO Pearl broken to harness nice drivers Two one year old by Moke Pearl One I year by San Breaker Bay pyears od good family good of acres and wish fine the county farm good rural mostly grass sown and consisting crpp ground jaud midst SuAday the aswell which pnuiur f Hilton Satu day nighti and Sun day cneIj r Mrs May Oendren n e ar Battle J E Anderson was in our midst first of the week on busi ness F M Stutnph was at Pern Hill Friday MV and Mrs John Gi1Ii pie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Yoodie Gillispie Saturday night aud Sundayeai Siromstown i j DONT TELL OF THEIR RICHES Great Britain Has Many Millionaires Who Keep Quiet About Their Great Wealth While people In Eujopo marvel al the big Incomes of our American mag nates said Arthur Albert Brooks late lot London who has dome to this side tor permanent residence It mast be admitted that there are many men In Great Britain who are blessed with large Incomes and are careful to make no reference to tho fact that the news papers Possibly England hilsas many millionaires to the population as this country but It would be disputed off hand by any one who had not taken thej pahis to look up the figures They are reaching out In England for a higher tax on Incomes and It j was the operation of this now law that brought forth the iInformation in the United Kingdom there sro more than 10000 persons with an income of more thin 50000 a year They average J63000 a year each There are 20 men In commercial jiursults who hayo an Income each of more than 1250000I I am told that you can find 20 men In one business block down town in Nqw York city with that Income and anxious to double it Possibly In some of your Industrial town you have groups ot millionaires who will laugh a tojOur claims in England of large IrrcOmcs But our average toII the population will keep up well The agregate gross Income of the Inhabitants of the United Kingdom Is more than 5000000000 and Uzi aver age to each Inhabitant will compare favorably with the annual Incorrfesjjf citizens oh this side of tho water f KILLING OFF THE MOSQUITCi Much Has teen Done With Crude Petroleum and the Fish Experl moot Works Well According to Uloso who have giventot muchtliHo to thb qutfon of destroy big nofquUo congderablo progress bits Men made In that direction In tho last few years Many oPthe breedingplaces haveJCehwiped out In New Jersey and Staten Island but unfortunately enough still remain to give the Insedta plenty of chance to multlply Cruijo petroleom has beet Used Avlthgood effect In places wher6 the drainage Is bad but this jotr coutse can bring only a temporary cessation of breeding The fish experiment Is Said to have been used successfully In the Barba dos All the swamps and ponds were stocked Bqmo years ago with a spe I des flsbthet seed on the laI1n of the mosquito Thcfe fishes multiplyr rapidly and tlijlve lri tho Vjottht- han Tvaters fn zt short llrao there were millions ottthcmV in the swani ltad pponds ni1dll was otaervea thati mpsqultos were comparatively scarce In the Islands The Eucqess of tbl3 experiment Jed tf the stocking of standing waters In Jamaica a year or tw9sd aiM the bealth authorHIoe ofJbhS Island reo port a cbnslderalil9 aiM6tion of fer L iV4rtaii nSIlU1to larvae 5L 1Sii i J f = 4 NEW GOODS PR1Ci 2LL F 4 2 p7 r Ladiel faiiored Suits ffWe have the Bishof Mantailpred Goat Suits for Womh and Misses in Serge Novelties and mannish dffects We will make special prices op these Suits for tj remainder of this month Worn n6 itHuite 2250 worth 3000 Womons Cost auits 19 50 worth 2iOO Womens C t quits 1850 Worth 250 Womens Qo t Suits 12o worth lte50 Misses SuitS 10130 i125fand 1500 Womens Misgi and Chilorens Cloaks in the newest efl ctsj Womens and ill 8esNbvelty Coats 5 to 25 Womens blkdacul Coats 8 10 15 20 25 Misses black cas cuVCoats 610 1250 15 5lBearj khCoats all colors 2 to 8 years 190 400 Mens Womens and Child ens Sweater Coats in whit black and colors t Bargains m r Ladias Vest id Pant special 25c Ladies Vest and Pants bleached and pool r wry hansntue iOeILadie Umom Suits 50e 75eanltibO Ladies Bcart Vest and Pants all wool Ladies Naturjn J wool Vosts and pants 100 atd b6fs exta heavy Shirtsaml IMans Drawer 500 and Baiiiriggan bhirts and Drapers 5octoO0 Mens Nutiira wool shirts and drawers l Mens Cardhj wool shirta and drawers 1 Misses and Childrens Pants and Vests and Uuidf HUrls 25c toSOo i i t L N0dL f All persons IB lebted to tbeI estateof L Pj Olements ceased will ctllnd settle bef fore No vember1 1st with the tatewill present ame properly prbyen on or be re Noveujber 1st B D R L q ments AdmS ORIGIN OF TH THREE BALLS Familiar Sign of the Pawnbroker Really Is the Asof the Me dlcl Fanlfy Few persons sa i gtho signs ot the vast wealth of our avuncular relatives In most then nighfares In Lon don pause toconsi t tbclr origin Of course it Is tho jal of gold to which we refer Not 0mayl they bo taken as Indication of Wealth but as a sign that pledre received lint the balls do not dlcato what they really are They aio the arms of the cdlcl family Woo r has visited Florence will recall tbo three balls alernrted with tl red lilies But bow conies It that be decorations of the Tuscan palace have found their ay to London The explanation Is rot difficult It wo give the Rubct a moments thought The firs gol changers to setUe in London Paris were the Florentines o Lo bards They chose Lombard eet as the place where they could iirry on their bust nesa These parj sol tiers are per jttt4Zte today bj the Jan oIS Id the carjy days tip inhabitants counted among their uamb r eotno oft the Mo Whloh they had err t right The family of Medici M extinct today but thelr arms survji tlien the present users thinking tircsfiecfabllity of wllh London G6 OrllllriQ in Diamonds A diamond bH or rock drilling Is quite an expaiislyf article Its value however will uud iroJluctuations de pandont upon til r prlba olthe dla monds Pferhap lot Is d fair value rfor a blLThe mond ueett Is ex ceedingly hardj thlt than those usually used as iwdry Their carat price Is consider jle averaging say J60 a carat The diamonds used will weigh from one l two carats so that Ielghl haven valii rangjnfifrom to the eraga The toss of a bit means roP any diamonds gone and may lead tto jlVfflculty with the hole The dlamoi dIe not tough bpt brittle It will1 withstand heavy preseuro If appU wfth out shock Itcan readljy be seen tbaj drilling thcojUgTjjteamr rock may be come quite ifcrifsfv arable If there IsI raucji quartz iprd4c at the abrasion may become excpsslV Under ordinary conditionSi bower jrb the waar oir the di nds willetfsiuerable Is dfn nins proht lvepaSs10 a M L arid chill dr hs Suits Mens Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 81850 toJ Hart Schaffner Marx Overcoats 18 to 25 The Welwdrth Suits fort Men 75Q to 10 the Perfection Suits for B ys500 to 1250 The Perfection Knee Pants Suits to tplOOC The Perfection Qyercoats for Chlklren S3 io 6SThe aboye makes df Clothing are well knpwrt mam better ou the market LoCarpets t f We oniDKrainOaltetsVel vefdarpets 3o- vTapesty 75 I Room size J r1 l R Uuo r 00vj0x12 4I9x12 Angora Rug J4AO9x12 Ingrain Rug 50 36 in Velvet nUt 200 30in Angora Rug L50JJ 3Pin AxjiiinisleiRug Wall Paper jL at Half Pirice table Linens Napkins and Towels J 72fn Bleach Linen at50c special value i i 1 f Fares Now 19 a i SUITS WORSTEDS g sale t j ENGLrnrl SERGES v 1e the bcist i fineSb es I FioerlioimsLrno boQsOl tolOQ I iBreiil i tr For Women i I4i1 I Veivlj and sattni and lace i Misses arid Udren Buster oriiI Misses Did C iitdrei1 patent lan arid metair ftul I IhisBi bforeeu bUYl 1 i Values iin Bed Coverings j SikoHn Comforts full size 22il Silkotlce CooifoiSs size17D Good qyP Initvfnfta SI 5p jUray and bjl tsh2JfAU WOO114 bl4fkets 4cito All 12 4 blatjkets t iFull line of Lace Ciir tains and very low prices JQj tH ER 22 X Bl l 1IIff i I wear Blucher I i SHOB f Natural Shape fits th0 It I Styles jfI fl fL GU N INa nM DU lTCriNri i itl f rj1fRT7iIO II pkrsonshaviugelaims confidenceihey ensel1I d dovanlTand MensOys Tofay1w J iFr MI i iifti iT K Pres wC Vice Pre ML See t Washington County Jobtcco C i c of Loose e l Charges weighiiig r a e and 2per MconjMiujon3- 4 i J sta room and sbed room for all customers if v- jr All carefully sortedand re addby expert handlers- If r i I you a square deal and i best bring Qurtobacc ibuliJi 1 L M ntg CampbellGen1 7 i t t v i j oa wvaid i c = T W i1I I AiiLOUJSVILLERailroad Oft 9 to L i 2F JprWoJ Ch I likarf bhoe napblan1Iwool at i f a t Mp Orders filled with Jest iorderIfotwardinaiharges with I in1ZGOmfl5 hII We Want You to See CM Falll Showing vj i iiiiiM 1 Wornen anc Misses Rea4Yya t Itl uI Coats Dresses VvTaists JN Eici We vait you trsfe the n w 1Ijeatvtoight lDalCrlL ls suehas ahaIe oiiki 4oa ftsud i ttbqj ti S- Itc wtyi tliie v btg jllais pomttahacks and longtihiwl n 1 cirIaIntiri o m t J1t tlieFjia ateiiliredfy cut splenjtVidlr slted and parfect fibqig an2 rc 4f p gr ErIVlr3 ure tot us tishow you anything in thi dopauLritontwiielhPk ryou aie j jbtv u vnoict AVaVlJENS AND MISSES A iLORMADB ENGLISH bEKGES ANMA NISH In blue tens and linings in These are rguiar25 00 values this i a voe l e OO CHEVIOTS waIg9q rl 1 UU nQety- mb t1rc robJDBS bltlcksiUowns Jians grayc and plum witfr of lajjor Jog tu lttHrataiugsi many styles to- roae I u ftoq1 25- 00ti iqt sW4tI44iV4 t 1 F 2 I fl en I i t I j hietal suede 2 button BroynantBilibenShQes gun Dont see f gpod 125and1 white l nkets IOA 85c 60 SGOOtpSJO Draperies and Tr I i I i L 5Saits tt i rh i i 4t i slut the wide Tney Come worsi IfliV fmV ANDiiitas lWQ COATS J show theseI 5nalniosit qyery opoi pnititIuii wjth jibo bIg shavl coHars l dep aQtf a riioihland cifteway fronts rfccd 15oa l5o0 andtpLi 50 II2 O WOMENS AN D MiS S tIL NGr co liLktl1f UHJV1Oi 1sl1trQrn d plain notAi1iuoIiart js lon trim med sistititt ap hug uffs ulhes- caresplendidvalue 2 50speofel sale 44 Speed jI 1I I r r ar I41 j Button I I it must be it I eHi I this one arch and instep perfectly C Try on Most 5gfi f1 r N H on 4 Smith P Goode Simms Co Handlers Tobacco 15cents perhu1qred ent V Free tobaccos want possilil service il R t KY Refunded t points i f lt lj JJ Ii i no HJ ltin si lLt tt1lQtS 9 Th i T aysbastof oats on Great N un Bolters 1 on at siitt i t SGWR1SI5IS I t YJl UE nLAcoeii JoyriiillhrndJ fringe trmilnedpri ednBffiDh 5V0li50 5t5ttj0 and 1COJ j 44 7 9oA mOMEN3 wAIml T I5Qrxii hjhjt black brow- Ngryni if fphul1 19rrnjac1e vr kk witlaetxibroIderyl 4huvet andbp4L- trimrnintloniantLsliort e5aleqo 98if l crtsztIe tt t i p 1 f tl i TWIr fjR GT BURTON f AMIDE NT DiOtTljkT f TLETH EXTIACTEp r ITHOUT PAIN r J wxoffta hock npstrf r PRINGF1IILD KY W lttt Dental Work Strictly i First clas f l t iR JC MUDD1 1 fIjsiciul 14SI geoD1 Office homt8to 9 1t1I i lto2 pmM Offices over Hajrtons Dytigstor t iiJHlamppn MD t omct1 OtT hLSt okclPkettN I- KesliieHce No 38 f cc 1 WFGR1GSBYfl iflORNEY AT LAW QcovrFeOplOS Bank jfp V SPRINGFIELD KY i = i q DMWHYATT tffice over Redf Cross Drue Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 li1iifc to 12rm4 to 5 pm 1 V n t f JON Y WAVES f UIERAlUIE TOR j ftAID lICE lD EMBAlMf TELEPHONE D YVe NIQHTYT SPRINGFIELD 10 L jk i fDI lF TRUST jPRchICAL t r n ITISTi l 9ll t over Haydon Barber i f Peiita1 work reasonable prices warJuaranteed t PINGFIEJD KY U H htCair d ScheduleJ j t i7Folio wfojpia the timescheduiel oF iin effect pn tiio3ardstowij anSpr1ngfiej 1 branch raihoa MdV41 Leaved Louisville at 48Q poi Bardsiown Junction 5 22 pm Bardstown 6C6p m arrives at Springfield 655 p to SNo 42 Leaves Springfield BOOamJ Bardstown 845 jam Bardntown Junction 780 a in arives Xioujsville 820 a i No 48 Leaves Louisville 720 a tn Barast wn Junctioi 855a mv Bardstown 1005 amt arrives at Springfield ll40pmt No 44tieaves Springfield ai iCi0p mj Bardstown 220 pm Bards wn Junction 410 pm arriyes at Louisville 545pn r I Awkward JiThls la how salvatten wWaa beuu jbrougit abOut A captain In th jlnnyj noted for his erudition ant Uiuslasti1 sid Ir101JJ Jpofc to the kens they never much as take a Irlak of crates withOut raising they tbatatran uaalllinous response Amzn r Avoid AH Evasion ETQlons are nployed to ayoli5sjpeaklng the truth or perform teg a good aclon Honcoyti lover of the leal and true as wel ins the ten iSerhearted and benevol t hold them IffldIict and unspeakable e 0 7 Q t i2 22 r jWnMjgaatt f ttt tstti WHW IIv iiLc1HappenIns or Interest l JI YY I Ths Freshest and Latest l iilId AIIAb utY Acquaintances urselTFrlends tt 1OpIIC I S + Pure Jellico coal at B D Lakes r SFoa SALE Good jseedJRye Jchi11 ms ISe our new trimmed hats WaUien Shader T FOB SALE Seed Rye T B A McElory v k Friday and Saturday the big days at Wathen Sbaders The Ladies of St Domnics Catbolic Church WIserve a County Court dinner Monday New trimmed and uijtrim med shapes at Wathen sp derl Foii SALE 140 head Qf sto ewes B W Neikirk J FOB ALEOnegood jersey fo B Wa1kr- Corn oats and hay Get Our prices B D Lake Co Tobacco stictfjnanyquantltv at Barber Pettus Dont fail to see the new ready towears at Wathen Shaders z FOB SALE2 coming 4year old mules Wi H Leachmah A foil line of Purenia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal BDLakeOb- Fog SALEA second band jpfanoA Webb and Peters make iSCMBi1 Remember ifok our coalt an give 80 Jbs to the bushello r B DLakeCoi- 34r Dan Keljey bought of MtvJas Durrett bis farm of 80 acresa 885 per acre FOR SALEANot 2 sorghum milli fornae and searator aqdas neiJ U i HA1RudcJ r 1t Come in and make your IJl tnofmilline from our largtf stock Wh nShider tOnLTn carload Ilts Extra qualDy4CbopNWri1e 01 phone RL BIK Tthurman and Peters sale of dne Ihorses was weljl attended andall stock sold for good prices NoicEAll persons having claims ainsyertiein i Bot oms wfil mr jienr an itemized tatemenyo B M Bottoms a Since yr Hertlein Bottoms Lokl between Valley Hill and MoOTesville on last Tuesday afternoon a largfe black over that FindervWlllireturn to this office and receiver wald Dont fail to attend the Wal nut street theatre tonight and see Coffin Ship Doves Eyes Gratitude andulittle FfreOhfel The Springfield foot b a team wilt pay the Somerset team at that place Friday after I A I 7 fJBLI WWW 5ALEI WW I J JOF II t I JERSEY COWS i t and Duroc Hogs 4 Ii t At my residence onehal5 mile Trom Springfield on the Willisburg Willlroadon JJ- f 1r i offer for sale the following personal property t 9 l bead of ligh grade Jersey milkcoWs and some of the beit milk and butter cows in tbe IISeve Six firsjtclass Huroc Jersey Brood Sows some SX r bred f6r early Spring farrqw to Good EnufF X4 and 10 nice young guts one good young boar + and ready for service Wilt also old mare work anywhere and a good ellonegOodJJr rubber tire buggy s Under 10 cosh Over that amount on 4 months jiwrffcayabje l in bankand beanng interest from date 1111year CAMPBELL t T Auctioneer B TAPP tinleii nodrT Boys do better thi tin and Ted em your reputation nod you wont be calledubone bead V Circuit Court commencesMou Bay There is something of at large docket being 24 appearances besides acriminal docket that will take several days J Mr Joe Millheiser of Louis ville has accepted a position RobertsonMr IedtoJudge Jack W ThompsonfMr Wm Deere and Indianaiwerele They purchased buringcatIand tIe Fitzerald I 70 h a The HodBen Johnson will address the voters of this county Montdayed several speeches during the campaign and Isj having good crowds Dont fail to heUr him uWevertisementof Mr T Q Tapps anddnrocJerseyj hasbcand it is a good chance for those wishing the best to buy at this sale hasbeeni I leave to resume his work at Cusicks studio Monday Mr Cusick has done a large amount of work for various parties in the country Ixnd his wQrk takes rank with tbe best Stanley Graves a colored boy about 15 years of age and Ro land Rose also colored aged about 30 years were arraigned before Judge Noe yesterday Oil a charge pf houebf8aking alleged to have been committed by breaking iinto the meatshop Theywheld tothe grand fury in the sum of 200 Mrs B L Litsey and Miss Mary Logan Neale entertained at a kitchen and miscellaneous shower on last Tuesday at the residence of Mrs B L Litsey Jfor Miss Eleanor Reed Mrs jtey entertauaedin one room ata kitchen shower where tbeI bride to be was recipient o f many useful presents In the uex room Miss Neale entertain edat a miscellaneous shower where she received many presents for general household use Later efreshmen s were seryed and the lar e number of guests ujbytd the occasion Dr R M Kendall the well known Louisville Eye Specialist opened bis sale pf spectacles and eye glasses at Russells Jeweljy store this morning People never before had the chance to czet such reliable service at so little expense Dr Kdr dall has eenk very busy wajting on the people from bpringfield and the wittbestopping with Mrs Searcey and would be glad to see any one thereat night who could not come to HusseTls store durin r the dy Remember the speciall price of 1 00 will only last 4 lays ending Saturday October 21stIGiven Death Penalty The trial ofr John Bowman changed with rape was held in the Marion Circuit Court this week and resulted iri the jurj bringing ina verdict of guilty dxjng thq pnalty ai deatbBowman was charged Jointly with Clarence Afford with hay inff rapeuponnear Lebanon Thecrime was attended with many aggravating circumstances which ejccited considerable feel ng against the you S men atllifi tilDe The Juryr w soJrjust twentyfive minutes United Laundry does all kinds 1t laundry work Family wash ruig 6e per pound Laundry livered twice a we kGive them a call JF W Baumbaner Agt Springfield City Tailor Farmers Institute fThe Washington G u nt y fni ts bQrc radnded yesterday Mes s1s J Wi H Strange Geo MeConi an dt Geo G Witty are the tlsthc tors this year and are dl cussiOg many farm topics in an ilere tI Jing and instructive jr nI IMeObordefleted r 1listen Itfis with pTeasure wo no t htI- t ere was a innch bettfcj attet d tanC at the Institute th i veij than there Has been in previous y ears We geilevetJ tier- esult 0 f Progress iiii tIi e conduct of the Institute and a general desire for mo a pro gressive farming T- UrIai 3rs sssionwopeneds by IhvOca tion bv RQV E C Laws on aud on Wednesday the In ocatin was given by Rev FathEn is St Rose 10f Quarterly CourJ The Quarter ly CjoUrtl was hii session Monday and Tn day pf this week The principal crse tried was that of J M T rent vs Keeling and Yeager wij jch was controversy over sonerooif t ini g sold by Trent toJ Keeling Yeager with wbh tbey covered their warehouse in Vil lisburg They alleged jlliat jhej roofing was defective akI set up a counterclaimI The suit was brougj t origij nally in The Sprin fie Police 1CourPlaintiff the full arnoutill ofr his claim The case wis ppea ed to the Quarterly Courtiirheq he Juryj iou rl for Defend thirty odd dollars on lhis coun rcla in The case took a day jud UDOJ half and wjunderstan it villjl L be appealedl to the CircjnitCoiirt i C C F sterNmi ate The Republicans of tti iis Sdna ttorial distficv met in Cc uen ion at Lebanon Jhe 12th st enl after orginizing Mr Cassius ClayrFoster was nominated to succeed the Hon G Jar vhs Mr oster is one of1 he sitib stantiaifarmefsor Wills burg neighborhood The Democraiic 4iinejad t TafrToiCounty t 1Notice Until the Pastor of J 1Splng field Baptist cfiurch isI ore sume his duties his p Ipit will be tilled by Rev owl atan James of Louisville liosd ac c ptablv fund Ihe pul iijt tllast Sunday Or byRe iJ Me- rlothlm also of4 1 jiufsirilo There will be service ft both hours asusialS Not Always It la not always safe tofieclde that a man bas passed the jhfeeolf uso fulness mordly because jnls year old son can beat him at gdlL HowAbout ItIIt may also bo truo U fit the soil Ing moss gathers rbclt A T Wanteda 1oo MULE COLTS 1 i We will be in Spiogfl ld COintyLourtday fonflay Octokf 2333- To buy 100 mule colts from m dun to gQo STCL- LBGFOX S PERSONA MlT Hood Cunningham was in town Sunday Messrs F B Noe and Gwian larks were in Louisville Tues day MI Frank Willelt is in Louisville today V- Mr and Mrs F W Baum biuer were called to Louisville tthis moraing by the serious ill ness of Mrs Will Dorsey vMrs JL Barber and Miss Louise Hamilton are in Louis villa ttoday 1ssrB B Leachinan S P ThompaonVF C Peer and W D Claybrooke attended the horse sale Jat Berea yes erilay tMrs Hefferman Rubol of Lebanon wasin town yesterday lvMrs R H Kilgore of Cattlcs burg Kentucky has retun ed to her home alter a visit 10 her aunt Mrs NannieSimms- Mrs W I Bopker is ia Cincinnati this week M tand Mrs1 F Patus a rip Louisville jISS MgarttSpaldinfg has returned after a several weoks iqIjLuuisvillo MIL E S Mayesisfin Louit vile today Mrs Kato WillfainsisinLouiSi vile this week 0 Mesdames T Majre3 ida Clarkson E 0 Wahier G tartinJS1 Clementdd nd I W toirams Sr j attended the unveiling of the statue of Gen John H Morgan at Lixington Mr W E Leachinan and Mrs GJ Wiiarton a r 0 inLouisville Messrs Fronian Nnle and Willie Cottonj of Blobmneld Wore guests of friends here tiun vday llsjLMSniith left lodaI for Danvifle where 3he will vis it her moL ter Mrs A J Dunn Missesi Tiivey and Valeria Gbodleit of thu county were guests at the home of Mrs Jen oie Searcey today They Wit ie accompanied home oy Mrs F iC MOUleI IroeortancepRftcognlzcd Do yo thlak thtmjgn fully appre- Ciates thtj Importance of tho office to which wo have eJecteI bun said one conntltucSt gues ho does replied the other The first thing he dId was to say It ought to ommand arrger saiary the Difference The hen ncr drliaks without looLI lag ui wlu rtatiefl men drink tfiey cant IpoK upSt JIDI tc1LI CBiII rPUB ICSALE1- I II Live Stock and farm I I eoaIIwill sell to tho highestIn order t dissolve partnership wo I best bidder ABuris farm three mires from Springfield I WedU nd day3IIoy 1 I LivfstOCk I oclock arrr All of our arid Farming Im i plements 1 horse untie 5 rears oldwell broke 3years old 1 majre mule 5 yeajrs old l yearling Colt 3 mare mules 3 yekrs old 2 Milk Cows mare mule 44years old5S i avesl4yeariingi weanling mils 8eV Heifers2 I llnare in foal to horse 2 Wagons 1 Binder broke years old 1 hay Baler 1 ein foa 10 jack 4 hay rake 1 di broke iOtyrs ola 1 feed cooker MowerII11well in foalI 11ojack J 1 cuttingi box of all and hay raised on l1rn t TERMSAUfm r70cash Over 20 four months time With iioth won Be I et front dote of Ole Djnuer on Jjfounds 1 I r I U h- ordrd rdsi Is M CAftlPBELIf Auctioneer I r = tjl i i ii d IFj STOREfisI iadesIand 1 II Ladies and Chtfdren Sweaters Mens and Boy Suits and Overcoats Men s and Boys Sweaters Mens andiBoys Shoef Ladies and Cliildrens Shoes new i Goods Silks and Trimmings Big stock nj l youprfamilyhains Uncler rIy I t I1 kt Extremedy Low PricesL fJi 4c4 1 Late stYles in young Mens Hats Shirts and Nekeiand Gloves v St j = Jji d 1 r I Special Low Ppicestrinl 94 and 1O4 PillowCasesTab1leLrhensBleached and Brown Cottons Qalicoes and Apron Gjnghams f CALLANDaETPRICES H Sj See that lof of Boys Ms wt arc selling afllaIfPijciI Ii Dortt b single item eritil ourNevertbingyouI I GILG I 1 1 What People love Done by liking Uhe horse cow hogs and aheep died the childs dog iud cut died und they cryed but when your clothing is dyed vou 10sIhl be happyinsldaudiutsIde because you had your vork done by one who knows how todjcandhe can bo found on Man St onlhet North side also suits overcoats panto mutle to older cleanining and piessiug of all kinds done by jSpringfieldL Bauinbauer Prop Spriugfield Ky Rhone No bMl r Y W Hat h ttDeldty s Mr V W HiitchetfdJQd litI Louisville last week ofu qpuipii cation of diseases He ya8ttboub 55 years of age and up ouiilI 0w yarsago van a resident of MacU ville this cpunty vhero he was bornatttUraised W lien a joubg man he was uiiitedi marriage to a MissfMcGulhpdss who vit cbllr QSnrvlvEf He was a man well Uioughtof nd vis an euterpristngand uiijhtc- it13ii He wits well known in tluscoUuty and durinsr tbe timef Jieiived liore was aq examplaVy pjiiiz n always siatidioff for tlijI trjtngs ho thought right and w6Sf roSs in the discharge of his duty Funeral ervicoswirre onductedti1I1cklJ11eFridaj HJis sou MrjL QthiJ Hatdliett 7dthePower irv 7 ar l Water powi li ogliilDg lo plajr a great part lalho Industrlcej of this country 4 Yes replied Mr Are Qretl espf daily In Wall street r GERALD 7iiT J I I ERTILEITh I 1tI t September Is The Month r I I forFreshiO7steLji We will again keep themrijin tthec J shipped fcxtra select Oysters r rI r CdmzandTfyqtheU1Wewill r rrN Freslli Bread Cakes a dG htl I dyal d Ices atA yTithej rjt r t Liif H itPUBLIC SALE2 OF 1 t Land Stock1 Crop i i t f Farming Implements etcs y In order to settle the estate of Mra ilalissa JejHon deckiIIi 3Pil I Saturday NoveQ1r 18i Ltat10 ocloclcaiin at he late residence bf Mrs Malissa Peytofif4 I he Springfield and Perryville sell to the highest bidder 1 tI 132 Acres of liarfd i i p = Two fine workvtnles 1 work horse 1 broOdMare and Colt fiXf1fine Milk Cows 25 Hogs bushels f Corn 60 bushejs of Witi t LotofEayFazing Implements Household and kitchfen fanstKi j as good as niew and of fine quality This mann isjon Pleasant Run in the best Burl y Tobico wetiee j of the State and is Very fertile in high stteof cultivation ilidliMf j on It ne o the bJst tooac barns hi the eounty 1JteNI abe acres in grass balance in cultivation Nof better opmriuiHty wiU W offered Ih years to Someone looking for a desiniblf farm tJitiiLmt morley makCr and well locattd convenient to school l E arid in a splendid neighborhood TERMS OF SALEOn pebonalty all Jumk ovpr 10 A c f six months jyith Jnterejit wilt0e given a1Imsunder10ea h fapgi d The Teczns ofsatoon 1aclreasonabJeant made known lelIsnle F9tl particulurcahl at premises or address f J B PEYTtN AirI ro M 1ftOMFSQ J SPHNGErEbif RY j i 1 r IW fy MQIlUmeQtt81 TIRR iif in needof anything in tile KB ql tf f L TQrnbtouoJo1fflentaorM11rJGdtt C t r it will Pay 1 buyiturir dorleci9rtcliiktiti1 4 J 011 nrt Mr t 1IPL tJ 2j6 Ne1y AIIJI vJ 1 l t 0IJLocal fepresentativey E P DEDjjj cJfW M9H k JT I 7 r 7 w 4 14 a IIIs1oFIGtt L rpghta fe r t wI I d 4 O Iws mvfty fsrwaM Mr a e sg email ke yt1 ii4 y f Jtte ttt t I thfcky Meat It at or UI I M wt 4 tMtwr M tmtosrsr i- JsIs MM bit sM is rt ib ai 4ee4 Way out e ieef w a beak fM away sk- r 1r 1- euut oM W IsI f Jthrove UM srbrk M tWtotioB ot tk fSMNr 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tk re- tfpr 1A6L t JISPBiSBJSmsr S Qved fc Aa Iwe raMe4 came yj fee4 aefka4 for tbs first time t IOme l satMt ys 4cUa atet ootUm et IIef face to 3titf fuse back toe Mrl Tiai a irlBiome Yfr tltat Uk r t W MkWfHHt fWe and reaerve f tbMs d a ltcr In ay f iEi e mi- siriIcLti4 ai band upon i inSr t JI d as ber owe- 1 f1 woMIE i well far jew to draw Jti ab4i JCNr face 4 = ja a =I into Vf l4 1 1 Tbo l4L W isM Is s4ys tQ U6 ItSl i I bs J beeb a 1sIapIb a aMIy ayolded J 1t bis to be an SLk 11 Ktlsa iIis aald IefttI Mi felt the lull Jtl M ir r4a aid my purpose + 1M l wit etete aai truit to Ip PET i to yor aatkrfaetloD- Mq oohipd i ncly i f b t JAYe e tt wtI k e1ther- e tj ltJI w lor ar owe iM sttbatpsH J jiwJ lt f says i vrrnlo aTB preaoy w 7= that We ride with filaijaicnes ror XjMpFftMt The e must go forward at lIb5Pi4S for thousandB of hu MHI llwa depend upon them yet 1 d rB t leave you here alone and un Kfbctod to the mercies of the wMvN who haunt these hlIlaui Yw are exceedingly kind it Tfcetone In which she spoke was mtotaaVcastla yI wrakrHfOl your approbaUon jaad 1 hewed agaiaj Tbut I venture to tell yeu this merely1 b cause It have already fully determined to dispatch tke swfeaat forward with themes se aW remal behind myself to re4er yea every protection possible Very well sir I simply yield to what I am powerless to avoid and will obey your orders however dis tasteful they may be What is your first command rofTkat you dismount The sergeant tIt rja your horse as he is the more at ot the two Greatly to my surprise and relief ake placed her gauntleted hand In nlae and without so much as a word ot protest permitted me to swing her lightly from the saddle to the ground Craig I called come here You know your work I said to iklm briefly And now the sooner you are at it the better Ride this horse and Jead your own As soon as you deliver Lees message at lead quarters hunt u Vhe cavalry brigade commander aal report to him my po altioB Jet a detail insist tip on one and be back here by tomorrow with out faiL That Is all He Saluted wheel d about swung lightly Into saddle and rode off on a rapld tot grasping as he passed 4own the hill the relnol his own mount and leading it lagging be kind him until the night swallowed the figures and even the sound of the- koolbeatacould be no longer heard W were alone CHAPTER Yl A ttniffle In the Dark I have seldom been more deeply Mrtarrasted than at that moment I kneW not what to say or how beet to approach this young woman leit so istramfely to my protection The very tact Which I now realized that she waa both young gad lilt added some tburcHnandeompUcated the tfellette altuaUoB I saw no safety for tu bt la cveful hiding until Craig could return a squad of hard riding troopers at his back To per stit tke Wil to venture forward alone through the desolate country we were in oTeiruu knew it to be by ir recukt heal whose Bojejmrpose was twuler sjtlirhoae tfeatratel of wom ea had raftde ay blood run cpld as I Ueteae to its recital was not to be so Batch ae thought of There wu jo help for it and but one way out disagreeable as that tight prove to my JadrShel stood there before me motionless and silent aa a ftatue exactly where sh had alighted when the sergeant took her June and it teened to me I could plalaty read righteous indignation in the jBtistlBct outline of tier figure and the hatghty po ot her heed To her- at that moiieat tat evidently s most disagreeable and even hated compani JQiJ a Ttebel the being of all others she ha4 keen taught to despise the enemy ef all the held sacred Could NazaIrebfThe UmB V eome when It be copes my duty to look after your COeffOrt and nety I said striking to disguise all selfconsciousness Every moment we delay now merely remaining1teft1 imagine I might very easily dis pense with any further care on your pait Her reply nettled me and I answer ed with an ear1eatnesawhlch she could neither ignore nor checks Pos sibly you may think so but If you do It IIs merely because of your utter lg norance of the disorganized conditions which prevail in these mountains Your pride Is almost ridiculous under all the circumstances You have no Just cause to feel that I am forcing myself unnecessarily upon you Our being compelled to take you In charge has proven as disastrous to us as you Personally lean say that noth- Ing will relieve me more than to be sable to place you uninjured info the care ol your bwn people I would willingly assume grea risks to that end But while you remain here and in my care I shal perform my full dty toward y u as though you weje my own sister Now please listen to me and I assure yon f shall speak nothing for tie mer purpose of alarm ing you but simply that you may better comprehend the facts which must influence our present relationship 1 have sent forward Sergeant Craig with the message especially Inttusted to me far delivery and thuB1f it falls to reach its destination I have laid myself open to the charg of a grave military crime In doing this I have not only periled my own future thefaithdeliberately chosen to col becauEe l fetL th IIhVSOCi ieapwr ou 1WQDSSJTO WOMEN 1 iakwh r wik dUrdIi pi4to tJer4S wh ii Dr PiIIS rive free the dd 1 ewes 41 yn szpericaceU j uiEit Ia the dusus 4 IIs44itheitheaoet IlSIiVIJT 3psdirdd ii icredly a wecawrhe Thw y wold froa pkyiceitiiPlebo4dtIetor 1 uiij5- iiHy ad4 w t re eai lioiiWit to tke- SY aiJitsth prsyoeScIss Premcia bi1 weret elsc Is iipii ass1dygriiste ITll sIs d as t hi kn dire priet Ms eyS ISfl Thsti a pei y It w beer aiLi dr4i irs it 3icrwp rilewM7lihDr RV ru Pialdt Rulo N Ytk the sdviee received and be well Ch This A7 Solid Cb1et drudgery cooking convenient kitihen Saves andstoops everything everything without implements harder should nicely asglass shelves drawers under holding flour castors aroundS cabinet station 2 convenience many BARGAINSh i UkNITUE PARPETS RUGS Etc We and operate the larges store uisville and contrql this entire output ofsome largest Furniture Factotis the country largest Sb1siness the South YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IIw- ith us matter where you live and we give you lust the same terms of or credit that give tt thousands of regular customers right at home To show you fair we and much the trade good people who live in uiSville PAY THE FREIGHT your home station thus putting you dkactly the same footing with customers come right into our stores WRITE lU TODAY and tell us what would like to buy Jn Furniture Baby Carriag or arts Refrigerators Stoves Car pets Rugs Linoleums or Mattings andwe v reply by return inuiLgiving you full particulars of the wonderfullyJow prices we c n make and the easy terms we will anyIl Cut and in the COUPON in tin is ad idmail TODAYj In COUPON Bensinter 09uVile clip Coupon from the M SPRIGNFIELD NEWSLEADER I and to hue tin partic rS ular aa 6- il1fteo t THELAIGESTBOUSElUlIfISHEISINENTUCKY Freight Let Me Go You w unwilling to trust you alone my companion I dare not permit you to traverse these roads alone The moun Wins all about iis deserted as they wanderingbandswhose tendered mercy Is death Any may be the hiding place of an outlaw any dark ravine the rendez murdaredPut the Sergeant said there was a Federal picket post at the crossing of the White Briar voice trembled as she spoke He merely supposed there would be but even if It were true we have no positive of knowing thatthe men stationed there would be of the regular service Doubtless thosa thieving murdering bands such as that headed by Red Lowrie of whom you may heardare sufficiently organized to keep patrols posted and you to go to them you might bo simply wolveButmeT I smiled at the naive innocenco of her query yoi to feel that I have never Thought so much about my own danger as About yours I returned quietly But would It be a pleasur swingingfromspy without trial merely because ventured to walk with you a Fed eral campS hardIgoneoutcovered features In the dim Oteht scarcely I was ever considered a handsome man event by my friends bQt I was young tbenj frank of face with that about me Which easily in spired confidence and it did me good to note how her eyes softened andto mark the perceptible tremor in her Voice as she impulsively- Oh no Not thaUt IIlepUedthat Ice was partially broken to per tormlngtorsituation you will certainly feel that toperfbrmIInevUAble IdevorftItut1onMay t BOWJfe9Neto4ot or To tfce right of we stoq ar eind M6od downWaf r f t Buys OaK 5dKitchenThe of Is lessened by half with this cabinet In your you thousands of steps by living you a Msec for with in its place No kitchen shout be one The MEN have modern tools and f THEIR work THe women who work much the same This fine cabinet Is made of solid Qk finished In golden cplor Toj doors for dishes etc and three Large iscult board slides In base Three large drawers on oneS e and flour bin 50 Ibs of on other sides Large stro that make the cabinet easy to move You can buy tthis handsome kitchen for only 1325 delivered freight aid at your home You may pay cash and balance on ey terms to Suit your or pay all cashIfust as you like lis is Jjust one of pur IN own in of the in and do the in no cash we our here how are how w t appreciate of do not WE to on wfe just you Go be out fill IT TO US Ky I this r L would like to v p qIJI With with rock Her means have brboth I wish I Ipto restingLull I think cried Jiave = xii trie athse oarKne s at me loot or the steep defile shroided everything from ylew The cent appeared rooky and impracticable and I could distinguish the sound of rapid water far below On tHe opposite side stood a dense wood the uter fringe of trees overhanging he road and through the waving ji laves the moon light checkered the ound with sil ver while the den maes 1eyod seemed to flow back p the steep side of the mountain thick with under brush lust below a and possibly fifty feet from the Wghway I could perceive a small ot tory log cabin aa silent gloomy an deserted to all Outward appearance i were the som ben woods of which j formed a part Tbor9 seems sxnajchoice1 I said speaking as checrfq Iy as possible But I propose to Ini estlgate the log hut yonder and l attit It may notIiffdrd some degree of shelter If will rest here In the hodow of these trees I will soon dis ver whether it has Inmates or not Shq followed me It silence across the road to tile spot d signaled but as I turned to leave hori eated upon the gfaas and well protec ted from prying eyes she hurried qtlckly after me and In her agitation far forgot her self as to touch my sleeve with her band Oh pleasq do no leave me here alone I am not na rally timid yet everything Is so gloo ty I cannot it for Let me go wlthou if you standI Most assuredly yci shall if you desire I returned hen thy There aprxsaredtbelf re us a dim lit tleused path lendlni in among the trees and following s erratfc curves we were soon beforewthe cabin which grow eVQn more Inviting as wetI drew near As I pa ed q moment before the closed doo In order that I might listen for Iiposslble sound within I could hear er quick breath ing as though the Hrror of the mo mont had driven atelse from her mind Tho woodep latch yielded readily enough toy pressure and pushing wide open the door which creaked sllshtlyupop Its rusty hinges I stepped across thjs puncheon thres hold obto the hardc4 then floor There was no window visli e and the slight ilwhlchqeptinpealed the nature ofl that dark Inter ior Icould dimly perceive what I believed to be a table d rectly in front ot joe while certain other Indistinct and ill defined shadows might be ushed back aganst the wall At least this rooD was withojit occupants yetI It was with sbnseevery alert that IjI entered pressing felofyly past the table toward where I l would naturally b te1the1lreplace companion was clutching mjrarm handl l Oh shecrJed sharply In what It was was thaUIcued m e in our a strange noise of scraping 13 If with a dull IWaltthan a rat dnngerousI I felt my way carefully around the iTherel nothing indeed Iii the roop1orI fronvmy new position l could Jdbte ibackwardmnd distinguish in the moonlight the tdetalls lot that simple squalid iInterior ran my hand along the rough logs of the further wall Ay here W2l a break doubt Jess a door and groping along the crack I found the f rtth rtww c + rb ro SJtdo audibft bud drewthe door inward never dreaming of danger Suddenly wlth a flerce wild spring out of the dark a huge body hurled lItself dl rectly of my throat striking with such headlong Impetus that I went backward as1f shot crashing against the table then to the floor dropping my weapon as I fell There was no noise no sound while for an Instant with strength of sheer desperation I held back the snapping jaws that breathed hot flre1nto my very face With a bound backward of its great body the beast jerked free from my grip and the next Instant had sunk Its dripping fangs deep and hUd into the flesh of my shoulder As the intense pain shot through mo my right hand ipusterfull In the throat but tighter and tighter those clinched jjaws locked until it seemed aalit every bone between them must be ground to pow der Even off I grasped the lower Jaw seeking vainly to wrench it loose I heard the girl scream In Bud den afrlght Quick I gasped d s era blr Get my revolver there on the floor and use Itbut for Gods sake keep down dont let the brute see you She must have heard but there was no response although her crying ceased Yet my own struggle to rid myself of that finishing weight and those iron jaw drowned all other sounds drove all other thoughts from me Every muscle of my body began cydsblurrCdfelt my brain reeling when there burst a vivid flash of flame within a foot of my facer singeing my forehead then followed a deafening report and the huge brute sprang back ward with a snarl of pain hIs teeth clicking together like cogs of steel Then he stiffened and fell prorfe across me adead Inert weight pin ning me breathlesa to the floor For the moment I could do no more than lie thbre helpless gasping for breath scarce conscious even of my deliverance Then as sufficient strength returned for action I rolled the body of the dead brute off me and lifting myself by aid of the wall eggIng which my head rested looked about Two broken chairs overturned upon the floor and the shapeless huddled body of my late assailant hone spokVof the violence of that deadly struggle but the cabin yet full of smoke and I could perceive the figure of the girl leaning against the frame of the open door the revolver still grasped in her hand Her posture was that of a deer aa her terrorfilled frIghtenedI Interiorlonr I said weakly yet came to me in gnps The brute is dead could scarcely mark her coming II the narrow stteak of moon moving toward me cc a fright ened bird might startled at every Iil theIilanxiously over me her face was So In shadow that I could distinguish noth ing of Itsfeatures What Islt Are you indeed severe ly hurt Not seriously I think yet I have lost some blood and am In great pain JeettotWould yo u endeavor to draw the flask ouUIiIBOltIunon nV i I aa zrnt rrngeni 8ne troopersjacket noughtoatore newbloodreturned allmy oldtime audacity whichI IIIthatIungratefulone careless of life but 1 know It was IHerWay cryingsoftlyas she stroye to speak Oh no I am not you do not guess how great a coward I am I whenIwas vAoftlbeastisto fear from him Yet I tremble so she confessed almost hysterically Every shadow frightens me f I realized that no amount of conversation would quiet Tier nerves so effectively as some positive Action be constantlttrickllnr realizedthatonce tq stanch its flow before weak nesfi should render me equally useless Do you think you coud build a fire on the hearth yonderT I asked I am afraid am hardly capable of helping you as yet but we must have light in this gloomy old hole or It is bound to crate us both Take those broken chairs if you find noth Ing better She instantly did as I bade her moving here and there about tile room until she gathered together the ma terials necessary but keeping care fully away from where the dead dog lay until In a brief space of time the welcome flame Reaped up in the wide black chimney and cast its red glare all over the little room The activity did her good the light flooding the gloomy apartment yielded renewed courage and there was a cheerier sound in her voice as sbe came back to JTheJ thtcentreI He was certainly heavy enough to have been a bear I replied clinching my teeth In pain and suf ficiently savage viewed her now for the first time clearly and the memory will re maifa with me till I die How dis tinctly that entire picture stands forth with the mist of all these years between The lowcelled room devoid of all furniture save of the rudest and r There Burst a Vivid Flash of Flarpe Within a Foot ofMy Face most primitive kind the bare logs forming the walls unrelieved in their rough ugliness except as here and there sundry unshapely garments dangled from wooden pegstlie rough jdeal table with a few cheap dishes piled upon qne end of it the dead dog lying across the earthen floor and over all the leP of ruddy flame as the newly kindled fire gathered way leaving weird shadows here and there yet steadily forcing them back and flooding the whole interior with a cheely glow She had flung aside the blue and yellow cloak which during the tong hours of cur night ride had so qomV pletely shrouded her and stood fore ine dressed in some soft clinging stuff of a delicate brown cofor sof cut and fashioned as to most become her rounded graceful form About her neck a narrow strip pf creamy lace was fitted the full throat rendered whiter by the contrast while at her wrists A similar ornament lone served to relieVe the simple plainness of her atUre The flaming tire lighted up her face making It seem to flush with the dancing glow which sparkled like diamonds in her eyes Hers was a young fair tacea face to love and trust forever yet with a pride in it and a certain firmness also that somehow was good to see All this I noted with one quick upward glance and with a sudden thrill of the tear such aa I bad never known before To be continued Salt on vc nch Roads As a general rOle the roads in and around French towuu are tarred at the commencement of the summer n orv dcr to Abate the dust nuisance it has however been found that tar aK though etcellent in the case of maca damized roads is of lIttlo or no value where car lines xist and paved street crossings Intersect the roads in every direction as tarring cannot bo carried out on stones The authorities basing their action onthe well known hrgroliletrlcal prop ertles otr common Bait have made a test of Its value In laying the dust Twenty yards of roadway have been ancLthtmwatoredisfactory salt will be used throughout the town pf Havre It being impossi ble to tar trfa majority of the streets as they are pavcSwlt rough stone blocks TypewniterTle of the mjbst important inventions of ute last half a century in the promotion of business and the spread or Intelli gence Like the telephone e sewing machine automobile etc ltsj loss wpuild cause the world to slow dows phiL iiIIIINItsOIIk U tI zLflIflTRflhI Tor InfanUand Children iw The Kiwi You Rays Ji ALcoHol 3 PER czlSAiikM1 I JfBears thei r Signatore L1IOjSOjuiui4 1uJ IJNOTNAKCOTIC I Laseth1r tkt H Jjj Y f 10I hf t tr UseIi i IWcithti TorByer Irf isLouor 7erSisk3ilI4uIe NIW RK Thirty tearsr CASTORIACop70 r i 4 rIBadSpells 1 illI suffered during girlhood from womanly wtaknot writes Mrs Mollie Navy oj Walnut NoC At last I was almost bedridden and fid to give up We had tfcref doctors AIIthetimelWasgettinwocseI I had bad spells that lasted from 7 l2S 4ays In one week after I gave Cardul a ffa1I powM eat leepjnd Joke as well m anybody lf8 weeks lI Was wet I had been an Invalid for 5 weary years Cardui itlkyed me when evirytf8 telse failed 4 I CARDUWomTilfyour i Mkfaatolothan 50 years1his purely v feUWe tonk redyocwoidenS has been used by thoiicafdf ot weak aoi atftrtf j lfartft they found It of real value ki relieving their aches and ptinl Why suffer longer A remedy that has rtfifevtrf Iand helped so many is re dy at the rieafnt drag s4oerfa atoiice by YOL T11t today I Ier file fi tt EVERY BUSINESS MfI Bcognizes the importance f conducting all haSliasadtltafli l lephone both Ipcal and long distance Ills Vebcrapy t s vr of time Jind money Unexcelled telephone servfce jfaw be overthe lines of the Cumberland Telephone and tele apS Com l t pany Longdistance copnectlons to ajll important pehitp faith United reasonabeservice fire best CUMBERLAND TELEPI ONEWEGRAPW I COMJY I orpornt d f 1ESJRABEJ PROPEUY FO SALE BY McELROY WRTQNS NO 1 52 acres of land located oner I half mile from town good 6 room dwcl Jing barn Jand other buildings fruits of nil kinds and well watered per acre lOOO Springfield f new two good barnsatocc and tobaccoI barn well fenced and t acre80S + t No 3 93acr farm located 6 miles from Springfield and 6 miles from goodbarnstable stock Per acre 06 No 4 120 acre Acre farm well loca tolaccnNo 4 260 acre farm well located j fine 10 mom brick dwelling new stock barn tobacco barn crib and granary all lays well mostljftm grass per acre Ii No 6 180 acre farm 7 miles from Springfield good 7 room dwelling rood barn ond other outbuildings place well watered 80 acres in grass per acre 85 No f 130 acres good frame dwelling large barn good orchard several ever well IgNotown good new dwelling good barn t p f400o1No9stock barn and largetobacco barn some l timber all in fine state of cultivation l per acre 835 No 10 li acres of land good bh j tjra8 land 50acres of woodlandcgood J MOM dwelling stock barn ad aile goj t Ktbaeco bam desirable location icr a homo No 11 acres 2 miles from tewn good dwelling 8 rooms stock and to goodaadea mifrom16 acres in timoer well watered an t t fenced price 2600 No 13 to 75 acres 11wiles roM Springfield small house goad tseacce barn price 5 per acreJllE r o7JAccetllacto J i t tkeeel lMcad a half tarrele 011 by HN bum lug of oIl wells i ttpoNo 143 0 acree off Jaoo3 wle from SpridefieW 9 room 4w ol4i c iM4Ifente q No 16 84 acres 6 miles frosaSpeing field on good pike 4 room dwelling atMllt barn well fenced ax watered pe ftI a field near the je eehvsateiit b church andtdwef iiIi eodeaigiJ fNofield house aMm all in go Meof cultivation pnce i750 110i18Spriaffieja yo6d house 7J nwM 2j barns fine tobacco farm well watered pdce pera5re3 s I Nolt ap acres near Book feod tdwelling botwe and bars price HOU b No 20 acres land dwelMac wKt barn alll goodtand price 1400 I allSouthgrass 6 roses dwelling house and feed parn price per acre 75 JouMdtween Wl 7 room dwelling ioue g od IICm cad tarwnoWa1JiIIgraM tO 3 941 aches fami Med lllmiles froM i3ardetowr on wketJur room cottage large skekbesn l goodwelltinewJwoodlandS5peraereS io2 N4 acre tarM Jested I miles from SfirligiiM en ftMdiHis pike good newt restheMbTMW barn 36xfO weatiMlHe wed srf milk house pdce3m0 f 0TowaPprty Good fesr reon fra M edtslted on Wate t Street saL here pMeeINice Main iBWlWi iitSpropertjr Priee 41 yM efwlkr jP 1by vtet little e av f 705 V544 ty grow rotWbItCUaa Adtertifh