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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y ir Iq4 U Ml STA8LlSflBD I 4 J J r ii 1N1883bV7i1M Un j J li AJ 11 WiSVOL f h +XVIII b40 SPINGFIELD WASHINGON KENTUCKVNOVEMBER 21911 tr f J t1 rI 4 lawiW u L r7 DR CF PREC1LUS o flemocratLNomineo for Secretary of State t iJ 449ijIDENT i R1ttIs IJ JChaiiin Vknsimt Predicts IAJ71 TIieSiicEess of th lEiltlr i t Ia 1 4ireanocaticp J 1 Ck l i mi Chairman R H Vansant of 1aer mlttee gives out the following 4IstatameP Ppnlesji for the Gpvernv t and othersState offices Ifsl 1J rIegto4loet OnTWet1a- i November 7th the people will renderthir verdict at the polls The Campaign Commlttea 3Inot rested 7ronrits labors since the beginning of this battle for rlr the redemption of Kentucky from Republican misrule Its raambers have worked a selfish ly lortha furtherance of party i success We have made A clean offairOght in the open heldr menI to their public recordsland have made no attack upon private character The Campaign Corn mittee is confident that the Dem J ocrats will ba tifected to every oMce ofv the State goverrnent from Governor qown and that the Legislature will be Demo cratic thus asiurtng the election of Ollie James vto the Uniud States slnate The daily reports from the evarious County and Precinct I Chalnnet are most They bring assurancef rOm eyerI difitricU of an increase m the t Dambcratici vote t j l tt1 ft Wbile I am supeiaely confiII s deit that we will ecurv decil ivel malorkv I want tb warn r r r I I 4 a my fellowDemocrats against It will take the united support of every Democrat to make the election snre We are facing a wily re- vengEful and desperate enemy Thoy realize that defeat in Ken tucky this year will be fatal to the future supremacy of thei- arty r in this State and that iit win a great influence on the Presidential election nextt year They will fight mitiftbe s ballot is cast and we mustt meet them at the polls in solid arr ywitb not a man missing from the ranks r Special Privilege o NdHhampton has a bright little son who is ver much frightened in thtjndcrstonda says the Cosmopolitan One day a heavy shOwer came up when the lit tle fellow bad wandered away from the house His father who was watch Ingl for him saw him come runnin toward home as the first drops fel He looked terrified and his tips wer moving What were you asked his father I was reminding God that am ministers son the boy replied Irreverent Youth On a recent publication day of Newspaper printed out west a boy some ten or twelve years of age came Into the Office and with a peculiar grin on his face inquired If that p a per pointing othe copyj has an account of the man that has been mur dered In Del fan He whs a swered in the afBrmatlve when d positing five cents upon the table be remarked with an air of selfimpor tance Well thats my dad and want to read about himBostoH- Orald Silly Saying Still Lives The saying that fish the be brain did lon tongtjo windbag years ago saying Thought Is impossible without phos Iphorus So a Swiss chemfst know Ing that fish contained phosphoru- put twof and two together and broug forth a saying that will never die I LL1J i 11ubIq Sale I TOWN LOTS 177 I fL I Saturday NoYember 4th 4A f AT 2 Q CLOCK R M5 iiU offer forjsale atputli auction some of the best lob inlligh Springfields new addition toopi Given Away j iVJTfi will give away one free lot to the party same And IJ to the one who buys the highest priced lot Tve will make c4himpresent of 10 and the ohe who buys the most lots all alto receive a re3pntoI 10 t TERMS Onethird January 1st 1912 remainder inp and 12 BM Uifi With pete with good ecuritybearing interest from date Q 1oJ Tlwte Lots Will ie soldo BjBidd- WJi 1p I f J S SUTTON S M CAMPBELL Apctloneer II ii Is 7w TIlE NEL J VLEA1frEIICOUNTY r = gratifying overconfidence have WStrEylolanPowell saying foodcomesotan 4 i rLrrvPrJ If BDDUflOUL GOLUHN Edited by Miss Emma Nunan aa a JJy That the people of Willisburg are thoroughly iinterested in education is proven by the sumptuous dinner and hospita bIo eniertainment of the teachers and school officers of the county at ttye Educational meet 4ivg on Saturday the21st- This was pronounced by many the betDivision Educational meeting 6yer heM in the county twent1oneteachers and over five hundred people is certainly gratifying to all who are hoping for the betterment of Kentucky conditions In the forenoon J B Morrison a teacher was tried for whipping a boy for lying and stealing Co Attorney Scott Mayes rep tbePlaintitIandPIofGeor All the tteachers were insympa thy with Mr Morrison and con b dered the caso theirs as well as hisas the punishment was well deserved and not too severeI fionlhadof Appeals had they noi won for they consider it unJI outrage to be required to correct incorrlgible pupils and then tot be arrested and taken to court for doing their plain duty under pubIcoccurred several times in ths division Public interest in the case ran to the point of excite fouL in favor of Mr Morrison The court house and yard were ofspeetatorkt The meeting opened at ojie oclock in the Baptist church Misss Maggie fliatt chairman presided and in her address of welcome briefly explained the object of these meetings Devotion l exercises were conducted by Rev W A Wolf followed by Rev Harvey Hatchett LIsycussed Is Morality and Citizen ship th e Highest Aim of Educa iionV in which be made a strong argument for the triune nature thatLhigherespiritual life iifli the fundamental aim of education liyeredaan elucid and masterly thesis of the development of teaching Redading showed wisdom and expe rience her paperShetrouble m training and govern ment to the carelessness of innubordlnationoof children at home Mr J B Morrison presented rtial rengard to methods and pans with primary pupils in tile county schools Mr W J Sweeney ststrngthened argugmeat oy tracing the aims and purposes of education through different ages sProf George Colvin in bis usual interesting and entertain ing manner preseflteda strong appeal for the education ol the KentucIfYSupt tical little speech he commented on corporal punishment and the School Improvement League is the best and quickest way to perfect health Women and girls who suffer are simply weak weak all over Opiates and alcoholic mixtures are worse than- WorthlesstheY aggra vate the trouble and llower the standard of health Scoffs Emulsion strengthens the W4hple body invigorates and builds up Be sore to get SCOTTS i alwaya1MtAlJr DRUGGISTS 1121II rjJOHN 4 QLnlt Democratic Nornihee for Representative forWashington The pupilsrrof the Wjfeirg school in their songs au recita ions showedi inuch traIng and bard work ont apart if each ers and themse ves sQngJjjoyed SIotf i Mr J McVViliiams oiadejsome practical r marrsOn theGeague work and distribute 4the litera itiyean wten Kenncky ranksamong tie first in e juca tion culture JBl 3 the little city of Willisburg w Uh ve lhe Pleas wasrone of the leaders in Washing ton county s se1ioolwork A year or o ago It wasim possible to arotsethnterestOf vJeinand interested parties have hired rigs and pone niles to speak to a communityi cnthis most vital aid inter stJnff subject to Und that they hjie spent their 3 to talk to some two or three teach ers jgpthing4 daun dbythis explfience they continued to respond vheniver called upon by the teacher f the community otethQt h r icktowa meeting in September the house and yard were filled with eagetJistjners At Willis bug b7i nit there were more than tive huu red ienthnsiastib patrons ion Thursday evening the 26th ut Prof Cciivin responded to the reqt est of the mothers of Fredericks town to talk to their boys For an hour and forty minutes an jenthusiaslic audience listened to his discussion on education The horse was filled to s utmost capacity and they dispersed with reluctance when alhe time was op Prospects aru surely brighter for Kentuck sirture No doubt there ipb similar requests from other communities pre long j The grade schcol foot ball team defeatedihat of St Josephs Saturday Tiescore82 to His Day of Ftate An odd story of a dream of illomen comes from Sur derlandj Durham Eng laborndreamedtherefore he did not go to work Ini the morning jIn the afternoon he went to bathe in the River Wear and getting into deep wate was drowned before help cijuld reach him The efforts of his companions to save him were unavatolijj through the swift ness of the ctirrent Pal g of the Label Suit cases sjfad trunks of returning travelers are pasted pver tills year with relaUveI7few of the hotel labels which naye long Mn the particula- pride of Tnj reason given is that pean hotels proprie mrs ar to1rit the baggag- label M of adjverUsement fMer In of picture cards with Which 4ueataYoUtbCompanionI Production of Mercury The annUal production of mercury has risen to 3 525 tons The Unite- States produc 1043 tonri Spln with Almada furnishing 834 tons Austria with stria 5i0 tons Italy MonteAnjlata 370 tbjis Russia Ni kltofka 318 tonst ilcjxlco 190 tons other countrlejf Including Japan and China furnish the remainder about 200 tonsI Goats Ik Highly Vafued There are plj foreign Writers and medlcal e yorts vho advocate the use of goats nllk foil Infants and in valids in there are sanitariums in France an4 Swltz Hand that give goats milk a romlnent place in their Systems of cab TbeJ milk Is speciall ly reCO men ed for infants because pflts Bimilaijiy In composition to mothers miIk JH futures JLaw For everytlijiig yau have missed yoni have gained mothlhg else anl11 t everything yd Ialn you 10ae1et thIngE1ner0nt f ia4y fioth1aSkM1PAYJrr L pAUIsHys YDIt ktttabUtwvt A Iaz r r SYNOPsIsI tent C1uPTmt Lstory aeia t tocriticalIlmprU tO CaxitaJi Waj a iCretneuae to ezZjlame4toa712 atan outoa hia dangroue army twoflake JDeHen ilitreIPly UaeemYhavclpeated mflrtytak111or cameokntmat UhholsOTUbCjC charge cempanlOI1oOrtherngirl ottheirt ithti gtvtI1ItthroutoLonlrtreeNorthIafOClQ gergs toflcelan4tb ofbeatand entertnr It in thedJkj il1Wc mutl r attacju him rhe Ctrl ahotftr the brutJturt ln time tooehWlte=reQbIJervednci VLrh y are ted by aman clalmtae to be Red LpwrU who foodiedwoman atCman la be die aDdtheref leadirrOvsrogn1zeaEIwWm ap oderigher1danaaw11iappeal i nnded Come ownr1trgt tome oecake anttll Up this pot unless you wAnt to reckon with Red Lowrie- The woman stood facjif him yet never moved I could iso it red spot begin to glow ta either fcbeek If I had ever doubted K I bf now that Maria pouessed a Uape of her own You aint no ReC Lowfle ibm re 9tedL Tb fellow Taugfc a uPTc v No more I aint i1woma but- I reckon we aint dura1 far apart when it comes to getting ifhat we go after Come honest now where It the little whitelir r eurjthat runs this jhebangl Whatever Mria might venture to call her lord and muter in the privacy of home it evidently did not soothe her spirit to hear him thus spoken of by another q If Jed Bungay wus hum she an swered fiercely her eyes fairly blat tug I reckon you would nt be sprawl lnon thet thar table f rJol Wonldntt I Gw1 Well old bet abo9UIonsa id put zOnie Of thhtb oa on to try Iff she doesnt get out of the way HI lit her something to Jump for And he patted the Stock qf his gun Instinctively drew my revolver and pushed its black muzzle Into the light under Jeds nOMIShall I give a eagerly SNot yit 0 Lord not ylt he ex claimed dancing from one foot to the other jin excitement Let ther ol gal hIT a show I reckon hliood for ther whole three of em less they shoot Bill came up grinning He evident ly anticipated some fun and as he reached out a grimy hand for the Slab of bacon took occasion to make acme remark What It wajfl could not hear but Inoted the quick responsive flash in tne wjomans eyes and the next Instant with a trash she brought the iron skillet down with all her strength on top of the fellows head Without eTen a groan he went pung1gdwnf- ace foremost In front of the fire In another moment she was battling like a wild furr with the other two It was a quick intense struggle The iman near the door chanced to be the first in and he received a blow from the skillet that most assuredly would notrdodged as It was it llanded upon his shoulder and he reeled back sick and withetherandStruggling fiercely back and forth across the floor Maria tripped over the body of the dud dew dfeI1 but as she did sq her fingers grasped the red beard of her antagonist It tacOdsave for a dark moustache th r man stood there panting for breath shove her Then suddenly almost at my very ear a voice cried Frank Frankt lam here CftAPTCII IX In the Hard ef the Enemy In the first surprise eff tiat au 1re1Tearsj and I stood Hiotlb lefS nwsi l heard Bungay utter i smothered oath tad knew he Md wheeled LOt in the darkness Unable to dlsflnguisa the waslyebimpressed with the thought that he was endeavoring to Muffle tk girl to prevent her Uttering a s4eeai cry Impelled by this intuition I flung out my arai hastily jmiby areittoi luck It case U ceatect wttk Itto itei- Nw ot tteC yw sill cwr I ant Wforlitojnlsd lout Mrs Br snair ijrtat doll i thlamftn tnrtfni lta aaawwr Vut warIIf our entrance Bungay detected the movement also and made a violent effort to break loose froth toy grip that he might hurry after her You lit go ome he cried ex citedly tIer by goll IQI use a knife Shell give this whole thing away if she Over gits out For answer I hurled him backWard with all my strength and sprang aftec the fleeing woman But I was ready too late to stop her even had that been my Intention With strength yieldedl her by desperation she thrust With a Crash She Brought the Iron Skillet Dow With All Her Strength aside the heavy cupboard and as the llight swept in sprang forward into the rude shed With another bound gath ering her skirts as she ran ahe was up the steps and hadrterst Into the outer room A moment later I also stood Jn the doorway gazing upon a scene that made my blood like firei The fighting had evidently ceasjed suddenly with her first cry Maria stoed panting in one co r1er the dead ly skillet agl1n1t her band hec hale hanging In wisps down her back Still unconscious from the blow ne had re calvEd one feHoVf lay outstretched the floor his head barely missing the hot ashes ot the fireplace while his companion nursed his bruises and scowled from a safe refuge behind the table The unshaven faces of several others of the gang were peering curl orIknownowpicture of it Is npon the retina of memory but at the moment every thing I appeared to perceive or hear occurred in the centre of the room The man Woh posed as the lead er stood there alone facing us his expression a strange mixture of amazement and delight He was a wthkeengrnyeadeplr right hand rested heavily upon the hilt of a cavalry sabre the scabbard of which was concealed beneath the folds of the long brown coat ho wore As Mrs Brennan burst through the doorway he stepped eagerly forward his eyes brightening and they met with clasped hands Is it possibleEdith tot he cried fftL the recognition could scarcely be creditedfOh Frank she exclaimed eager ly it seems all too good to be ulJIow came you here fluntlng att t10U1DT fair lady Did you suppose you could disappear as mysteriously as you did last night without my being early on the trail au1Ia gesture tOh no Frank hastily every one has been most kind It was a mere mistake But how strangely you are lOUIOOklHeJaugh i warm clasp of her hands lNot the pomp and circumstance of expccted1ifrljt all sorts of conditions td meet down here and soon learn In Rome to do as the Romans do As he finished speaking be per ceived me for the first time and his face changed instantly into cold sternness I gasv bJm kweep one hst1i glance around as though he suspected hishandfell i hilt in posture suggestive of readi 1Whostaring at me in amazement A John ny lleb IIf Whatever I am I Yetored my tetDP1uoUiuniform of my service and rank and not the iiondjescript uniform of a guerilla The scornful words stung hlm I notrdt e quick flush Jof anger in his was not sorry you are Insolent sir Moreover yoti go too far for as it chances you are well within our lines and we will See tp iwhat extent honor is consistent wlthihworkof a ipy The uniform of your servlcw Indeed he echoed hotly pointing as he spoke across the troom that cavalry cloak over yonder tells Itt own story Peters Steele ar Test this fellow qrraik dont do lhaty ike urged llthethe heard her he jrift no sign ttWu tit stem order at the tWO toea Mmated Use ourI ielte if you have olll retkaladyt Angry ast I most assuredly was sir pt aisflT by a new emotion which 1 did not int AiIIUWsIWI2 tl drJjw1AEARtI 4I JrtJf 4ii f l I YI rAbsluteIPu4if Makes llomtiMiQEiq t Naothk aid lo th kiwi s r i aflft MtBtfcttVi usefu1ndraiIgi f J d liciojis whoIoaifJsJ 7 iit rJ The oiIyj Baking JowJer n 1 t r h i rrr J Urn Mimii J p a I r yettu 17 Teauzen W eutr nipl peas of my position in point of r slstance They were twenty to on However much I longed to grapp with him who mocked me the vex T thought was insanity my only pos- sIble chance of escape IaylIi flight Jeapefbackward itmyit but the door by wiichtC had Just entered was now timed tbarrOd h17etreaojThementi with sword halt drdwri inhls hand saw 1nstantlythU was cute ly trapped and laughed in scorn You are notrinaking war on women now he said with a cutting sneer You will not find me jo easy a vlc Wm Y The taunt stung nie but more the tone and manner of Ihe speaker and the hot blood of ybtith cast all caution tot the winds With a single spring forgetful JJfmy own wound I was at Ills throat dashed aside Ws irplitt hand and by thefiheer audticity bt sudden unexpected onset bore hi back crashing to the loorv 1tB gied g 1YrY posesS vantegebf position and wonldJur punisbed him severely bt fQr the dozen stronG hanfla which Instantly lard hold upon me and dragged mtf off still fighting madly although fis helpless a child Myopppnent Instantly leaped to his teethd started forward jdrawing a revolver as hp Canfmf face was deathly white from patfelonVnnd there was look In his eyes which tOld ne he would be restrained nof by no rule of iu crledanlimye ihedrewthink I win let that blow go yen avenged I assuredly trust nqt1 I answered1 gazing up athun from behind the gun secureltrlnnedas I am led to believe tl Federal offi cer with some pretensions to being also a gentleman and not the outlaw your clothes proclaim you will- et at least permit me to stand upon my Is and face1 you as man If I am a SPY as you seem Inclined to claim thb are aVmy courts to try me if not henj am your equal in standing raikand have everyriblit of a prison r of War This hasb come personal hoarse ly Ypur blow as welj asyourcjon P ncctlon with the forcible abduction this young lady whose legal protedtor J am are not matters to bse edDY at army curt Then permit mo to meet you ink satisfactory Way T1e mtlidetot tPurhonofll knew frqm the I1 t1t ext pre 810n upon his face that my plea was likely to prove a ierectlr useless one but before I had ended it Mrs Brendan stood between ua YOlBiUnothimself u friend rather than an enemy Only for mr sake Is hef ere HpwT ji uponjsimfatumid r adldd the felloWs whp yet be1ieprOstrate and extending her batid llftod iine to my fefit For an Instant as if by accident our eyeS met land1i herrIt 4s my turn now abs whlsp reit softl so Softly the words Clid1ot rear JI1erJII l1Il eyes I read an iuif irjh ncs8 a bitter i personal enmltyV Kkicr 1 reftare ith5 Interestt aadlscetitr SOiO 4 over The lady 4e jBs t f la coatrolat present be aaTdjlKBiWjr aovie k the vetolver Into Alat belt Neverthe less I shall do my wllltaiT t7Whold you as i prisofi er 1Iar I 4IH your ful 1aflht rank fhtDp Wie Cif4 te tk yir glum1 Cavsirbrtle iWhy aretkit et11a 1 attempted to laM tbrqeIIL thS t with doantteb wt M 1 Qontlnue 3 on p 1 i a 1 f A IFSUiCRN71O i ll t 1 ru J t f 4 l a I il rPe flej Mr a nA Yo1J fI i i i makersp S4wik Mr WQ9l Tham ad Itl i Mrs Si TY ebl1jcrea aPetiS7I Ifri- teekiitl1 bir JnJIL It57 4 w114 J S beftchmamI 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tMMtt low 1M1I4Thlsls an im 1 ttJi iit ilaty of citizenship and wrj iuiowe jit pot onJto 4 Ipijpttt t cut hw votei formen fs iiiWhIchw1ll best j JiICb1lc welfare The t J tMHtrHci party atagd before Jr lJit bitore the people npoirfe f tti t jLp of principles stated jo i1ciiMi and flneqoivbcal r t lt C fft SVTatis in fjtIIT every iaan upon the Vfticket and each arid Jilft6 Governor to Senator Mrf JUf nHitire are pledged 1 tiw pwpte to carry Out each 4s Mi a4lf tej principies set outc jMpifl Each plankI means 4 JudgeOpianksitoWwily plankkj 1ii My place in a platform un ll e n petai sometbinj and if a itctitMiteyirtanda upon a plat ltmi which fie admits means It Qi1f and is batboqfiet be tttrifcy shows thatss jnol IV11tRj fairly with the voters h hsfc iitryinr to decaiva some bdf The Republican candi idalo declare thit t National Jftf st should not be discussed tWfjf r wishing to divert the 1 1fndsltom the Uuittd HtM Uenatoriai race Bon DemocraticVi J jjeaiiMe for this office seisa ba1J ifIw Maids high iatueNa a l Coiigreei In ailbiscAMer lrow a poor boy to Cop tc5VIasVj Mff neaiallyt and in noble nature ofKftttruefrSe4S people vote Hailed byTOMVVVV II 5VtSSSd r nd Representative It is ut due them that they Should know for Whom their Represep live and 8enatoKjwiil ca8 thirvotes Hon Ollie imesIhe Democratic nominee and will re ceive the support pfthe iDemo cratic Senators and Representa tives A vote for them Is B vote for him V1TH111l t l Arteran absence of several weeks will endeayorto fiend in a few jiteriist from this Vicinityi i l The farmers here have about completed their grain sowing and are beginning corn gather- Ing The latterseems to be unusually good much better than expectedVp 1 r Baker Ballard has rented his farm and Laid his crop and stock to his son Cduis Ballard We learn he is to give immediate possession and with Mr Note WeekJleys I ly will move to Louisville Mrs Lizzie Pile was the guest of her brother rM Reed and wife Friday last Mrs Thos Reed and family of Booker visited here Friday Mr Will Moran wife and son Willie spent Sunday with Mr Thos Tatnm and family Mr C P Goatley and wire tt tended church in town Sunday and dined witti Mr Lev Brown and wife Mrs Rebecca Goatley of Springfield bas been visiting her sons and other relatives here for the past ten days JMri J ONeadakterM- iss Ruby spent Saturday in town Rev Olus Hamilton and wife of Booker spent SundaV night at the home of JE Goatfey Mr Ed Kelly wife and chtl dren were guests of the latter s parents Sunday Miss Zoula Weeklev entertai ed a few tber young friends 6n last Thursday evening Mr Edward Goatley wire and children spent Sun ay with Mr Willie Virgin and wife near M and Mr and Mrs Rufus Gobdlelte were guests of the llatters parents near Maud Sunday jMr Chas Shehan visitednere Friday last V lMr Willie Beam and mother and Mr Jan Goatley spent Sunday with Ernest Gjatly and wifeVfSh han Goatley are iin the butchering business and will furnish their custOmer with nice beef every Saturdayi morn leg Jk Mr W1lceSeaof Maud and Mrs Palmer Goatley spent Oaaday last week with Mr Sam Derringer and wife of town They had been challenged to a game of croquet and were the successful parties One test bad been made before at Mrs Goat leys home where Mr bind Mrs Derringercarried off the banner A third Jrial is to take place at Mr Seayain the near future to decide the true champipns Mr Jas Moran isI ttending couitthisweeMit Settle of Maud spent tbewekV end yitn rela ticesbereWhat numberlothercoriespondntsHow It may also be true that the roll Ing moss gathers rocks Relievtes Backache InstantlySloans Liniment is a great remeHy for backache It penetrates apd relieves the instantly =no rub IbingHeres Proof Ii3diItybckhmt1rheBoerVr am4 fa Sin Francisco two years ago I was Ut by a street car in tame puce I tried all dppe without Two wtelu cw lini mat a drug store and got a bottle to try Tog first application cawed instant Iand now except for a little stiff ness I am almost i NORMAN iFLETCHE Wbittier SLOAN9Sj LINIMENTis rheumatism l1euralgiaI sprair9Mis NY miteS Sloans IJntment is the Vtt forrt5umatlsn I he used six bot t ties of it jmd ft is grand SoldbyaUDealersPrlce25c 100 SlpanzI Poultry sent free Address OrIarlSStoin Uan Public Sale t I will oli SATURDAY NOVI EMBER ll 1911 at two oclock p riu bfferfarsa1eto the highest Jbidder on ihe premises about one qi1eiitb r Chaplin Nelf son County Kentucky atract of lanjT containing about 50 acres situated on good turn pike f convenient to churches and school and a desirable homo iin everywayThis farm is well watered contains a comfortable dwelling house gOpd barn good wen and cistern and necessary outbuildinga The farm is now mostly in and will be sold on IAtIII will also offer for sale blood mares well twogoodIt good milcl cow oights all my farming implements also a few articles of andII and kilt en furniture made known on day of saleI Any one desiring to look ajb the onIplaceVMrs Jennie Cokendolphers Hilisbpro As I have been absent for fey era weeks will try und tfe with you this week 1I1Vson spent the family of Mr John Arm 1 stroqg IVIr Erastus Perkins and fam 1 1 liily and yIrsEd Bavibv spent 2 faunday att the home of Mr John 1 a Armstrciog 3 1Mrspent Sunday with the ffamily of 1 Mr S G JRoddicks at thisi 1placeMr andV John Shields 1 were weekendgijests of Mr J l iM Shields 4Mrsl 2xJ 1piiqky AUCnOW SALES WELL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR FEE SAME AS LAST SEASON If tflIaiitoi Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 1 rtfandy Quisenberry Proprietor Jr1jb SERTNGFIELDKY October 24 1911 IOOllfJ it i t Al tliSi iMUng the 191 tqbaccogrtiwin in Washington Nelson and adjoining codnties is practicallyr tijUrf and heeed Thestpbacco cut andhpused early in our pinion will show a good perc Tnt of nice useful UhaiM with n 4 color While the later cutting we think will show a considerable amount of damaged to iff Weee This Hgwever dePends upon the curing season from now on We look for a good strong market this MAMHt 8ft jkjl fridea of good usefult tobacco and dspecially do welook for good prices on all colory types Be 1 it r j w 6rthii ortlficyourtobacck keeping every grade to itself We urge especial attention to the sorting of a IjsI4yf tccot We believe by sorting your tobacco carefully that it is the only way to obtain its full 111 WwimM jUTheyouto hang your digerent grades ion the stick as you strip it and bulk the same on sUck aM wiMB yiMi are ready to market jt Waure to bring it to us bn the stick and in this w yyotjare ready to a55it JNKMM fcrinrit to on the stick and in this way you do not damage the tobacco by Kneeing it In your J 571srwn b BybrlDcingitrtQlsinthis way you do not lose any weight nor do anydaznaq to the tobacco IWe fihN to tzk More rfri ds bOth buyer and seller and We would advise you to sell your a c t MKk irker you gettiTnolnpetivion of all the bUflDg element This l iis the only way to get the fI elpf jIV toi wfcw pde vored to tell you in our humble waywhat todo with your tobacco while in your lt T IVIVUiMw your tobacco Caches Bur house we promise todo everylhlng In our power in grading Q L J i i iw ebsceo fr s1e to get YOn fUJJ irtrket prices We will have thorough tobacco ncon I4rr f Is is eMf1IJe men In fact w aid suehetrictattentian o your ftnterela laea- rr + tIIFSPI4 With yoir business this se J promising it our cl9se personal attention Our house S1 tSdVStUTIUUt i rrtea Jii town near the depot wher rwe will beiglatf see you at any timeV IWt h r W io spin sales December 1stVv k j V 1 ourstrruly l 1 q A v TANDV QUISENBERRY 1 n 4r = t NEW 8000s LLOWPRICESui jl Ii a jf I lARGEE SIOCK r I il pJ f i t H Lad s lail red Suit We havlithe Bshof Man taii red CoatSuits for Wmen jcnd Misses in Serge Novelties and mannish efTdftts We wll make special prices on these Suits for the remainder of this month Womens CoatS lts 22 50 worth 30OOV I Womon Coat ulta 1950 worth 2500 Womens CoatSuits 1650 worth 2250 Womens Cdat Suits IjL 50 worth 1650 Misses Si its 10 00 125c1and15OO Womens 14 sses 44nd Childrens Cloaks in the news4efrect Womens and Misses Novelty Coats 5 to 25t Womens blk casacjil Coats 8 10 15 820 25 Misses black asacu Coats 86 10 1250 15 Childs blat car ctT Coats ffges5 to 10 at 3 to 5 Childrens Bjjar Skin Coats all colors 2 to 8 years I1tos00- Mgns IWomens and Chilpns Sweater d Boats wfte1ack and colorsin v Bargains i iV Underwear Ladies Vestand Pant special 25cr Ladies Vst and Pants bleached and pooler very hV nsome 60c Ladies Unjon Suits 50c Tocand 100 Ladies Scarlet Vest and Pants fill wool lj Ladies Naibral wool Vests and pants 100 Mans aud Sboys extra heavy Shirts und Drawers 00VMens and Iialbriegun Shirts and Drawers Soc 1VOVVMens Nutprali wpol shirts and Drawers 1 Mens Oar4ln4l wool shirtsfand drawers- Missesai1lliCVhidrens Pants and Vests and U ion Suits 25c to 50a j t + Publicla1e Havingagreed to disSolve partnership we will on to 4 R Hi pdelen farm li miles from Springfield on Lebanon road onV Novenber 9 t 91 oclock pm tTr ipr sale to the hghest bidder thO oIlewng proper 13yearold mate in foall to horse good farm and4mily mare 7year old margin foalf to horse good Iamilyhorse14year l to Jack 6year old mar fn foal to horse 5year old Mortgomery Chief mare in foal to Bourbons pest safe for lady to drive aged mare afe ior children to drive 8 ear old farm und brood mareV 10year old Jjnand brood hare 2yeair old colt weanlingmareulecsIVweanling horsetiolts filly colt J registered Jeco with heifer calf by her sida grade Jersey mi k cow a No1 milk and butter cow weanling heifer calf broidsowsVsow and 8 sow and 4 shoaI30 stock hogs weiijht 100 to lrolbsI2shoats60toS5bsV 400 bushels corn 70 bushels orchart grass seed W shocks of fod tVJVtons of straw LV hay50Ochickensand3turke s 250eggincubatVFarming impleme its of a kinds Terms made Irn nvn on day of sale 5SRJFH EDELEN GEO LEAR Hanby were gu sts of Mr John Armstrong SurJay night Mrs Jim Set ties spent Sunday with Mr Uoirai Settles t ntIof Mr John Cn w tMr J A Coter und family were in Penwic Sun1dayI HunbyIyereVin Louisville Sunday and Moridav jVMr and Mrsj Join Crow Mr aid Mrs Car ck were guests of iMr and Mrs t 3 Suther landsunaayV MIsMyrtlo Armstrong spent Friday with Mro Ed Hanby Small Demon i for ttons The Rev Q Fir ston Tongo of S Pajils church Yar mouth England in his Parish Magazi e under the head- Ing of Acknowledgments sayS Several anonymo is contributions of buttons have been recelfed We are atlll wondering how to ue these gifts to the best advantage id the district as for obvious reasons they are un Mited to the needji of the beaten SVV Mens Boys dtensS amCcmlj Mens Hart Schaffn6r MarX Hart fSchflflFner Marx Overcpals 18 to 25 TILe WelworthlsuitR for Men S7WpSl0 The Perfection Suits for Boys ooto 1250 The Perfection Knee Pants Suits 3OC to 100t The Perfection Overcoats for Children 88y to 5 The above majces of Clothing are well known nObt better ou the market Carpets1 We are making especially low pricey on VInfrainVelvet Carpets 0 85 Tapesty 75 Room size j RltTGS f ft e xlOi Tapestry Rugs 9xl2Yel t6 vet Rugs iflLb- 9x12 Axminlrter Rugs 20 oo 9x12 Angora Rug sb 9x12 Ingrain RugQOJ3r3in Vehet Rug 2 oo 36in Angora Rug 150 3Pin Axminister Rug 375V Wall Paper 1 at Half jPrice t Table Linens Napkins f and Towels i t 72in Bleach Linen at 50g special value f is to to J I ii no qu for and more can be no The Tins blue are yet used in some the eastern Importance 0D0 sou that futlYnpprI the mportance of ele ted said one he does replied the first he did was to say it to an JI from the tn new Ireland some ago have by IetteiThe act ofIIwas the cause the were raro and to of air designated to its as a zephyr or hur tog5 acc lug the bureau objects at of IfSt rTt Fine hOCVVV t I Fo Meni Flqerjheimsi Iin6 ShOeSOVIenVbo tq60aD uugls h n in 9 10JiBeacons fiho men 3O4 I VVIV en r SihiIisl for wo1 V I Uf iri tan iiictgun I tjuiliJn paceS f I Misses Gjfildnerf f Buster T nd BjlifteqSthes for iMisses and Children patent nii and m Dont falltosee BiliketijShpe ou buy JI s I II Great Values in i Bed L1SifkbliuoComforts fullsize22V Slikolice f and wliite blankets 1OV 1 white woolf blankets apd15OV Gray arid whitej oo1 blan I I tkefet 1 1 r 4 i I VVFull line bf Lace Cur tams andv Draperies ati very low prices i t L L 1 registerPoland Essential to Comfort ERFECTIOfo VV f Warmth essential cOn forl you grow older itVhardly less essential health Get a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater and and comtfortable your home matter what the weather without I Perfection gives a strong widespread heat andgives it g kklVIt is always ready use burns nine hours on a single fillMrgrno trouble a lamp It earned anywhere pipes no wires no no smoke odor or dirt hntettliat complete satisfaction VV f yeati Perfection is finished ift euad ptain IdCeIV I 1 1Stonesuppldntedby kulletsballs oft countries RecogniiEdV think mart elates The ofllceto which have hfnit constituent IftJ guess 0The thing ought command a larger salary t ObjectsThetaken away tabernacle churchV Clarenjorrls months btcn returned a registered restitution of much Ififactlon as stones costly Facts as Airs Movements movement Is yariously according vofbelty breeze wind gale rlcnne A dense or thick to weather obscures a disjancc lOOH feet I fire srO She esfor From t those patent tin1land and 41 Brown gun tat thfe 4efora 5V J Covering 1GooGray Gray and 25i 124 nap 5225 fl5Q1I j SMOKCLEOO As you keep varm The than flues either cannon other theV The Same Oftf Human Nature Prom tho rekO p ntlngi of jn InCretan palaees ol thperIDd afrput2000 B C It lIa Iwirnoil that ih women of that time SJhwbildinOtelr waists bad flounced or accordion plaited skirts wore ah olalxfrSte polffure on their heads shoes with jgti heels ant hats which might Thave come from a Parisian hat shop white one might bo described as waariag a Jupr- culotto Is Very a very sariouainatter SerioV to tojj IItone mediC and hive one given you 1ort reason We urge you In buyin be careful to get the gcnuIacV toI THEDFORDSBLACKzDRAUGIff f Liver Medicine The reputation of tHS old reUa Vemedlclnef for const1patido intCJgestion and liver trouble isJrm Jy established It docs not toitato other medicines It is bctterihanIothers or It would not be te fa erN1eFOLD IN TOWN F2 C B1udVIJo T r v IH r youS aVIf1B1uf 11 I 1 toViVjitmstbe1 I J 5j5IVifllXW J J JNaturalShape itsthtarchII This one and instep licetly tIIVV IP I u MostStyhsjj5M Trfftvtodayjf I 111 1ILQrCUN1 lN1HAM DUNtIAN A HftRf jLljt Thursday 1ca = 5S r r I OO OpxS pO O QOC OOQCHCbpO Q jtgQ000 I 8 LANISALEIE I Jr L- atVV 0 Q rI1 will on 2i Fhuirsday3Noveffiher 9 1 1 88- u iir i 6 Beginning at 11 oclock am offer for ale to the highest bidder al public auction j 81 2OO ACRES s 8 of il niy f r4cnt3nteI frm arrodsbiirg Th4ls IjIO d at1J h4a 1tghS1tti kfcultnation This iarWi1 b ggI id fisql three s p ratetrdctSthtI 1fgt WLtJe anti bi JPaIiz n at nuoney tacc ptea he tract i htthe I provewts will Leqff rod tint 411 land ficsptkt- i v D44IEJ- T g gIC1iLo L 3tgIish fjarrodsbuKy 2 zoM IAI SS i f J Ill Tn Pub iiSalOf Farm a dPerflnal Riioperty tjThursday November 2d at tQ oclock am I will sell my farm containing 225 ucress3 ipiles east of Thoo1fietdos Clispiii flfl4VTyIONVtHe pike lli farm is ind high state of cuitiUon an rOV hything you wish t plant on it Plenty of fine tcco rand a good M there is in the county The falni is within dlJchal mile of good schoo ofrnever falling Water Has a house onlit offi rooms WIth porches and pantry outbuildings5Pintymy etcTerals1Qn iCiveo JanuarjZ liZ DllhtgrurndGHI3USHi3loorfiffejdy 1 I I APTTD BNOLtHrlTictioneor s h kIl lSSVSV5V- YOU IgsIuatmOtaan yosusMees A riseMorerepsseMiooitanklnPp1HsflrI4hsIp4IMLaWFUEianailiai7 jBookkeeping Bookpers aU over Heos3Jy TMVMOMkSSV4- the United Statcssay that Draugffond iriitootkeeerS andVNeW System of 13odk1t ping paves them holding good position M tn rMdt of tu4yShorthatid soss uOcllClt1SborthnnWily Because they know itifcr iRlogue on course AT OllJE wiil- iDRAUGRO S PRACJWCAIrBUSI ESSi coLIF6IVNashville or Mentlaimur Xnoxiis Ton o Paducah Kyr Evaavilli bsdV u r- a iii1JBURTON LAROIDEMTDEMTIiT l TEETH EXTRACTED f 1THQlJrT pAIN Ji r f taigatr 8PRINGFJ1CDDf KY J 11 l Dental fWork Strictl t Fi l lltoc t Q r DR J G t 1ID S1c10 n 1 I Office hours 8 to 9 am q1 1 to 2 pm Ofti v r Ha dons Dru stor J y ilt amptoh MD1 d f i Office in Oten Mwisc f c rk aeNo L J Residence No 3 rI1 eW GR1GSBY J Atr RNEYqA LAWp Offlc 6v PeopIes Yank f SPRINGFIELD KY D If WHt T Office over RedvGross Drue 1 IVIMoro Office hours Hyatt 1080 Wm to 12 m 4 to 5 p m J IJllN y1MAYES a WiiiitipRj f i bYAMEISEIlEHBIiLMEii 1 TELEHONEhIV DAY 19a NIQHT 74 ir UMFIELU KYtr 1 OECF TRUSTYY r PRACTICAL M ENTISTtOfflce over Haydon Barber ed i h Pental work at reasonable prices 1Lwori guarantpeci 711 SPRINGFIELD SKY- tt oJ Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule flow in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at X430 pm Bardstown Junction Bis 52 2tn Bardstown 606 p m i arrives afc Springfield 655 p no ing No 12 Leaves Springfield at 6JOO am Bardstovrn 615 a m Jk Bacdatown Junction 730 a m A 1t arivesatLouisville320 a m V No 43 Leaves Louisville at ttrf355amarrives at SprihgfieJbll40 p m No 44 LeaveB Spriagtield att 100P m Bardstown 220 p mjB m Bardstown 410 Fad OpportunityAmerican all over tie world Millions are In use lnventehas ness for Waftekshetypjtet that woman began to branch oaf into other lines of endeavor all Daily Thought Dare to be what you are and to J IIearntp resign with n good Snce allt j that ouaTo not andtobottere id your own Individuality Amfel f t rA Hint Or the many curious customs which mark Brittany as an especially Inter eating field for the traveler IBl this one relating to marriage At the close ol set iJiiw dd1ng cremony the bridegroom r1 gives the brlcte a box oaf the ear aylns at vThls Is bow It feels when son make me vexed after which he kisses berTad Uwtand thus when you treat weilF by ITOWN NwH Local Happenings ot Interest The Freshest and Latesti I All Abor Yourself Friends anil Acquaintances fM fM tIII DYLakes FOR SALE G ood6eed Rye John P Sim ma IFor sale 100 hens Mrs E O Walker See oAir new trimmed hats WathenShader Dont fail to see our suits before you buy Mrs Williams New trimmed anduntrim med ihpea t Wathen 1ShadersFOR SALEOne good jersey cow A B Walker Corn pats and bay Get our B D Lake Co Dont fail to see the new ready j toSvears t at WatheniShaders A full line of Purenia feeds molasses feed andalfalfa meal f BDLak1CO Remember we lark our coal and give 80 Jbs to the bu n 1tt B D Lake Co t Eph Mickens a wellknown coloredmandiedTnesday1 i at his home on High street of consump t 1 Big reduction in all milliqery hats ready to wears feathers flowers ribboncietc Mrs Williams Come in and snake your selection of millinery from our large stock Wathen Shader Genuine Cannel l Coal not mlzi but pure cannel 17c delivered 80los to the bushel B D Lake Coy is tTheGrove church will haves chick enibd cake sale alHagan Bros store on the Wednesday befqro Thanksgiving Mr DickNally had the misfortune to fallfrom a tree last Sunday breaking his collar bone injuries were treated by Dr WW Ray and he is progress aright a LOST =Between Bertlni and R Bhultzs residence on last Friday nighty a winter rug Finder will be rewarded by re same to A is Shultz i As I am going to move t o ofty poul rycihisislinf of 200 n Le horn hens 12 or 151 BuffiOrpMrs W H Leacbman t i House Burned t flPbe dwelliug house of Mr l Lewis hear PC lin was learned on last Monday together with its contents Mr Lewis had gone to a neighbors and when1 the fire was discovered it was impossible toenter the burning building WitchesSuPPer Misses Emma Noonan and rpetrl Claybrooke entertained a number of their teacher friends a Witches Supper at Hertlein Fitzgeralds Halloween night occasion was much enjoyed all present r I I Its A South Bend I WWiNIiNWirHW Come in and see them If you want a time piece at a medium price 4 buy the South SendAlso a full iil- ine of upto date Jewelry S i GuAranteedii cl f i TOPICSI Democratic Speakings 1 The Local Democratic Committee has arranged the follow- Ing speakings v FridaynigbtNoveQ1ber 3rd Eons WO McChord T Scott Mayes andJobn A Polio will speak at Mooresville Saturday afternoon No em nt1dsPolin Night Hon WrC Mc Chord WrD Claybrooke and Joe Polin at Pottsville T Scott Mayes and John A Pofin at Willisburg 1raUinumber of speakers Halloween Pranks Earlv risers Yesterday morn ingfound things in a somewhat topsy tnrvy condition on comine down town and it was quite evident that some persons had been indulging in a Halloween party spring wagons and other vehic les hal been brought into thestreet wire fence scattered o n the sidewalks aud several other things of a like naturq As a sequel quite a dumber of hogs had to appear before the1 Grand Jury yesterday Laying of Corner Stone t isnowc laying of the Corner Stone willJ take place Thursday November 9th The laying of the cornerstone w will be conducted with Masonic honors Hon J N DeputyGrand ceremonies t The new church will be a spa cions brick edifice slidan oroa ment to the town It is located on the site of the old church and he one of the bst locations Jn Ih Court ItJ Circuit Court is still in session Quite a number of casts havebeen dipoed or The case of Keeling ys Trent was continuedLThe case of Oliver Bishop vs Samuel H Crooke Sreta was tried out Friday and resulted in verdict for Defendant The case of the Common jyealth Eraslus yedWard in November 1909 has been is in progress since Monday The evidence was concluded Tuesday afternoon and two speeches were made that afternoon and the1 other tour arguments for the de fenee were made by John W Lewis W C McChord and Jce Polin while the arguments for tbeCommonwvealthwere mada by JrW S Clements T Scott i Mayes and C S Hill As we go to presslthe jury had not returned their verdict The jury is composed of the follow tog E E Wathen W T Kim berlin Ed Qsbourn Andrew Wilkerson Ed Osbourne Milton Keene E R DragOo Wm Cheatham JR Murphy R O Filiatreau Jas Moran Tom egley Largerowd IiAi Ii and Republicins were intown on last Saturday to hear the HonJ John S Rhea who was billed to i speak for the Democratic ticket L p Ij 0- I i II 11 a PUBLIC SALEI I of If Live Stock MAi MachineryA IIaavin sold our farm we will on the farm known as 1t Wednesdy farm one tile East November of Valley Hill on 8th Ir0CLOCK P M 1 bt pll to lhehighest and best bidder without eserve bybid Ir limit the following personal property One gJay mare 14yunrs old in foal to Jckone Bay mare 9 years old in foal to JaoR black mare 3years old in foal to jack black mare Gyears old in foal a horse 1 bay mare 10years old 1 timothybaygoodmilkregisteredDurocbamareworky 1II IIoi farming TERMSrAll implements sums under 10 cash Over 10 six months kindsI Inote well secured bearing interest from date of sale i l Derringer Simpson i Hen L Bruner who was to speak for the ReDublipajiji ticket Mr Rhea missed conn tiou fh coming here froth Smiths Grove and failed to arrive iMr Bruner was h0rasand de livered a speech of about o n hours length His speech was mainly devoted to a de ease off his part of Jthe Republican Administration the office of Secre tart of State Be said he ha the Legislature to pass a Bank Examiners bill w hstaiii l i tlWhentl Thurman He r sppnded and in f short speech fully tins re1Mr Bruner He said he had not intende making any speechesliiii n his oRearlwas1 i Kentucky pay his can algn expenses by drawing hicfjalay as Judge of the Court ofj Appeals felt jit not to be out of e plate for a Circuit Judge to say a w words His speech was enthfusiastjcal received and there Was much cheering upon the ptot of the Crowd Montgomery Thompson 07 atJyThe bans were published for the tirsViTime Sun day at StDctmii ics b9 wean Mr Irvine Thompson and Mss Fay MontgomeryMr is a romined- oung farmer and a not Mrk Thompson while his bride a daughter of Mr J TMont gomery and a popular t ouog lad ar PERSUN L At the abating rin Tuesda night Misses Mary N o e nUi Naomi Rogers won first and sea and prizes respective y for be ing the most comical dressed Mr W J Stem of North Carolina bus returned to resume his work in thE lobaco business or next season Messers Geo E c nand Clarence JaVrico weie in Leb non Bond vy Hon1Cattending court here his Tcck1 Mr Will Dorsey anl daught r of 54Louisvillel hero this weeks s Mr Virgil Hagan fNew Ha ven was here this s4 k rMr E O Wake enter rained ber 500 club M 01a The prizes were won by Mrs G L = uu 0 Haydon aud Mrs C A Green The thefullestexteaGbp Mrs Emma McWhorter was called to Campellsville Monday heresister Mrs J A Wolford jllrs G D Robertson Sr en tertained at 500 Tuesday Mrs R sondHeights ithis week ttorney C W Wright of mpbes ille vras here Mon tlC attending court IMrs Mag Peters and daughter Mrs Giffjrd of Louisville are the gupsts of their aunt Mrs M g Peters Dr H G Sand rfij Democratic nominee for state senator way in own Monday mingling with the voters Tup Doctor is iii the best of spit is and is confi dent of success M Hen Ewing of Louisville is Iiefe this wet k Mr and Mis Harry Good in of Lebanon were here Tuesday- Mr E A Tpnge was in Louis viI ndayon business Tim Shqlt and W G Roberts were in LebanonSunday Notice To The Public We will n o t open our shop on Sunday morn ins end want all orders for eventing before dinner orders not later than 10oclock and supper orders must be in by 4 oclock CarpenteryHad a Protest Coming Ethel said Mr Brown I want you to give that young man of your a little message from me Yes Tellyhim that your motherand father dont object to big gas bills but they object to his carrying the morning paper away with him when ho leaves Tit Blts Preserve for Salt Water Fish Bcrmndu will soon have a salt wa tter fishing preserve covering an ares beIfag which unites Harrington sound with the ocean and fixing a screen to prevent the exit of fish IJsHe Understood It A Chinese boy who was learning English came across the passage his Testament We have piped Inl you and ye have not danced dered It thus We have toot toot to yqj bate natter you no jump Prevented gala of Wife John Tower endeavored to sell hU wife Elizabeth at auction In I ondon 1In June 1817 but the authorities prP vented the sale swH nunn n y i L STOjsI 111and MiReS Suits and Cloak Skirts andit tt I MensBoysLadi anasand I G s Silks pdTrimming Big stock I g aims warm Underwear or each ft IIOJfamily Carpets Rugs Matting and Linoleums j r I V At Extremely Low Prfe ffs I f I Late stylies iii young MenHats Shirts aoid Necfc and Gloves r iI Special ho rrices j fy 4 and 10 4Sheetlngs Ready made Sheets and PIl oW Ef relsBleachedronQ Qharn CALL AND J3ET PRICES t See that lot of Boys Suits PriceLI Dont buy a single item cntH Yu seejprices fOr we pre gOing to save you none iXaiything you buy t I ILI J q r mmm mm mmrmmm Whal People Have DoneJjy Dkini The horse cow hogs and I sheepdied the childs dog qod cat died aud they cryed bu when your clothing is dyed vou will be happy Inside and outside because you had your pork done by one who knows how to dye and he can bo found on Ma1nSt on the North side alsjo suits overcoats pants made to older cl Dining ndii pressing of all kinds done by the Springfield City Tailor Fe W Baumbauer Prop 1Watera great part in the Industries of country Yea replied Mr Ara Grett e aaaaaaaaAAaAAAaaaaaaaaaa dally In Wall street Wel tor m un u u IWIII T K Smith Pres C P Goode ViVe PreaN L Simms SecndTres I J Washington ounty Tobacco CJO j Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco IJ l Charges 15 cents per hundred weighing fee and 2 per cent commission Free stall roomandshed room for all customers 1 1 All tobaccos carefully sorted ii and regraded by expert handlers If you want a square deal and best possible service brimyour tobacco to us Bt Moutgoffloryf f SIC MnCampbell Gen Manager i vAu WtiNNNNiNMl4V NN NN NV N N NNMV M h M 0 l i 1 The anyihing Sunday TO on SundayrsyClosing EYEKBOH lwl ohtbltsut 7 91II tIt f IIOOur inWSTExcept1 I ii3MRon t ed on Sunday morning I J I MEALHOURSi j Breakfast from 7 tjj 30 pAr H N t1 I 1 1Jt t I I EITZGEREDI HfRTl1i N- PUBLIGSALJj rtII LLjind Stock dRij j Farming Implements eta fi1t Iorder toaettle the estate of Mrs Mairei decdrP pri e 6 Saturday November l18 r at 10 oclock am at the late residence ot MrS MalitEhe Springfield and Pe bluurl 44 132 Acres Jf LIltJd two fine work MuleS 1 work horse 1 brood Mare r Mbfitrifine Milk Cows 25 Hogs 800 bushels of Cerhi 60 WriMk eft i aadkitelmfijaras r r This farm Is on Pleasant Run 10 the peSt Bmleyz T e netoA Of the State land is very fertile in bigk trite of ealeivMin hsIon it one of to best totiac barns jn the COU1ty risacres in grass balance in cultivation Np better wok be offered in years to someone looking for adIr We tan ln a moneymaker and well located convenient to elaoel sdaand in ft splendid neighborhood etlife14TertrtaSgf axleonand zeaso leaaiceyie kaoe I et att For full ttcular call at rexsi11eradirN 3 l v J B PEYTnK AJ1at Itf idf IiTItQSON SENG1IELDt i t l t r JrMon I f I If in need ofaIdEai ar TowTonIonuasatioCit v r JMII ii I IIJohii rJjE 1 t i S i f it i iI == i fI I mm r I I ll i10 Jfft t LOVESTORYit- Iit I IAGRAY JACIET r t iyLaJJIarrisk t 1 1 wlIicP r 1 1 1LtUITRATIOMI ll ATI wpY II 13 kt A CMeCIoIIICAc itft It t M7 w 0 at M- snasiyf b4tr JII1Jhcred loUllT iiJfT ro Frank bnH 0 That h Urged larMtty 1j CMlt JItt iwlte lgtereUng and Mr rMUMtie 1 prWua you yet ScMTI the P4p4C1 WIth you aa evidence i t Jtentkjlfou refer to the flespatches 1 do vS1L Jjiiiiir li truE thy JaflZMQIt54 1119 rea1readyj M wwkoii they were rsL JaaMpiaat took crept intd Urea I ae1 aai late jfaws Bet ominously Ton will l1ve to concoct afar- HUer story thai that my friendt be fwe INK Jtc 111ec1t1H1I said In iMilllV ir JKL Trill b very apt to lisA IMV a rope feel He la not telIesal take Jiim out with you Into the ree4 The two foldlera grasped me taltly at tto word c f command For a Mil voitent 1 braced myself to teiiet 1alt evem as I did my eyes f tlWWrWwallii tit tff lila Ups Even ai I 11e4 attonlshment at this toUchIrd jleftthcly oa jay arm DW M sslel asiy1ogor Captain Ways ake Mr Breanana voice fe uy 1 wUl go to General Sheridan cMrIm MtsU Mm the entire story- I keweeV to ker and hjdd out my Ia4tbiboitidST yIt 7tlf your ar I said meaningly prisonerI WKOMdoiifl tka iei1 glance tore mlae Ievea imagine fiawiyproT8 mot altogether unpleaaant1 t Breutaa etroi e Between us hastily fafti wkk ttakSc geeture to hW men w sternlyLVttivtKipr Wl buck you as well It- pairkTe4uable for you to reiemberI that I jam Ik command hire rj I May seea to yield to the wish ot Xvi BIeSBaL- J CHAPTER X 1 A Wetnana Tenderneee j it Tenth la sever largely given to re flectloiwkich la the gift of years Mal4Jgkasy life had In a measure P remdeceit laeHiore thoughtful than I alfht SftTe proven under ordinary eoBiiUoaj yet it Ifl to be frankly con lee ei bf bme desirous Of writing e feereiy 4ke trui that I generally actei aore upon impulse than reason I Aat itoql forth in the jraollght of tkat 1Hel lt Mountain road roy band aecvrely WiSld behind iny back the e 4 ef tropheld by one of my caJKeri wills his fellow leaned lazily V9tas kto gun and watched us i tkougkt ei wkat deeply over the sit uatloa and1 those peculiar circumi itaaeee leading ujt itfjJMfir efieV conditions I might have b 4lttt iidjtp eater tw versa IeS y guards who at I BOW if 1 i iar from being Ui o jff I bald atflrlt imagined Ii J glt their faces and language 5tkG3 f Intelllgent enough young IP5LL as I had often found In hiof the Federal 1 S btbo7 could v i thtbeen JI lfw ig25 i 1 A it discussing her eved in i iSet1y With private soldiers behind the bucket their officer Every sense of Sdnor revolted at such a thought Jtettkrouf u1 curiosity of mine however justified by the depth of my t if fli41kQUIL A f be made the SS iMllt1 of ial goe lj About The r mp Wa jppot i r I as myewtt situation 111cremaolT wna t ahd as a soldier I reallzcd all it- sdangersI gave It butllttfff cbnsldera than Psu llr quick ot wIt fertile in expedients ever ready to take adI of each hadvantage opportunity I f taken stock of all my surroundings yet discovered newhere the slightest pening for escape The vigilance the guard vas well as the OfI aaaner in which I was bound ered any such attempt the merest madness Realizing this with the fatalism of a veteran I resigned myself In all patience to wbai must be Then it was that other thoughts came surging upon me in a series of interrogatories which no knowledge I possessed could possibly answer Who was this proud womanly woman who called herself Edith Brennan t She had been aj some pains tb inform me that she was married yet there was that about her her bearing her ma- nnetwhich T could not in the reconcile with that thought leastI treme youthfulness made me feel it Improbable and the impression re mained with me thaJt Bhe Intended to make some explanation of her words when the coming of B nay Interrupted us How they might be ex plained 1 could not limagine I merely struggled against accepting what I longed to believe untrue And thiS man this Federal major bearihg the jsajne name whom she called Frank who was he7What manner of rela tionship existed between them In their meeting and short Intercourse tJhad noted several things which told me much that she feared respected Dnlytany rival in her gpod opinion Yet their unexpected meeting was scarcely that of husband and wife Was he the one she sought in her night ride from one Federal camp to another If so was he brother friend or hus band What was the bond of union existing between these two Every word spoken made me Tear the last inust be the true solution Such were some of the queries Isilently struggled with and they yere ptmimyself I was feeling toward her who inspired them It may be fashionable nowadays to sneer at love4 yet certain It is the rare personality of this Edith Brennan had reached and in weIno othqr woman had ever done Pos sibly this was so because the long years In camp and field had kept me isolated lrom all cultured and refined womanhood This may indeed 5iavo susceptlbletoI know not lam content to give facts and leave philosophy to others My life has ver been one of actlonof intense feeling and there in the road that day standing bareheaded in the unI was clearly conscious of but one changeless fact that I loved Edith Brennan with every throb ofimY heart and that there was enmity bit ter and unforgiving between me and the man within who bOre her name Whatever he might be to her I re jolced to know that he hated me with all the unreasoning hatred of jealousy I had read It in his eyes in his words in his manner and the memory pfIts open manifestation caused me to smile as I hoped for an hour when we should meet alone and face to face How she regarded him 4was unable as yet to tell but his JoVe for her was plainly apparent In every glance and word t As I was thus thinking hair in twoIdiately eyes sought for me and how she lifted her hand to shade them thatgIence utterly and gazed anxiously up and gqwn the road as though search somethingj sharply of the fell9w onguard where are Sergeant squadThsoli in a manner that convinced me he was of the regular service They ae resting out of the sun in that clump of bushes down the hUl1 sir JBrennan glanced In 4 direction dicate yourItowardIthand tla lady will ride his hOrfeI The man turned and with peremp tory gesture ordered me forward As I drew closer to where the two waited beside the open do re1 lifted my head proudly determined that neither should perceive how deeply I felt the humiliation of my position As I thOsI passed them my eyes fixed upon the shiqlngl road ahead my ears caught a word or two of indignant expostula j tlon JButful in this sun He laughed llghtlyyet hisansweif utiteranceyerhear the words Oh It will only prove of benefit to hs brains if by rare chance he possesscsafly I glanced aside and flaw her turnI iMtaaUy and face him her eyes Jdame pith Indignation Then I will As she spoke her volcefalrly trem tePpedbackwardout Another Instanlj and she reappeared Bweeplngr pasthim without so chas a word and bearing lumber hand my old campaign hat came directly up toI us Sentry she said in her old 1mI Tjerlous manner I desire to place this f = 1J1 LIL t r TTF ITTracts fOft weai women dsSV t ecgs diacdy feminine Such sickness can be curedrts cured WAq L n J r t PiPre c ptlO if t WtakWo4SOon j t ert e Women Welt It IklkIs the cssspIeeted end is at dIm thneti general restore s swI It cures female complaint right thrprivacyhs ksk s sesues srye dUaireeablq questioning examinations and b tf l t is ivniIy iasted upon by doctors and sO abhorrent tM IlvwesMt ueiae Les M to the symptoms of Lte tq w u tlOIJ S4 IIrMia uelr aymptxs and It Ss rkre4 to ts op1e4 Cmii tAvl eee4 revised Edite se file en receiIL 21 one clothIt9 JIIr I N y t1As Buy 1 Automatic Davenport Ifor S2rl1 U cash and balance on li 31 uir payments suit your smallIIvenienceJft is sqlid oak or birch mahogany covered fith tufted real Boston leather IIt can be i instantlyMCHANQBD II undernefih in which to store bedding or linens during the day Thus you getTWO ELEGANT P1EJSof furniture for the price of one only paying only 2 cash if you desire and bala fce on weekly or monthly payments to 25Iyour convenience IThis is justf hay e o one of the MATCHLESSj BARGAINS you Infill ai FURNITUE CARPETSi I5I RUGS Etc l tji N 1osome1 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us no matter where you live andgivei you just the same terms of cash or redit that we give to our thousands ofrular customers right here at home To show you how fair we are and how mucJhfwe appreciate the trade of good people who do not live Jin Louisville WE PAY TE FREIGHT to your home station thus putting you on exactly the same footingwith customs who come right into our stores US TODAY and tell us just what you would like to buy in Furniture Baby Carrif ges or Gocarts Refrigerators Stoves Car pets Rugs Linoleums or Mattings and will reply by return mail giving you full particulars of the wonderfully low prices w j can make and the easy terms we will be anythingthatCutoutandfill in 4ie COUPON iuV thistad and mail IT TO US THELAI EStHOUSEFURNISHERS N KENTUCKY rJ Jf Jl J C C Cr3 CCC C C ott uJ iutt ueua lij your prisoner The fellow glanced uneasily over his shoulder at thq seemingly unconscious officer not knowing whether It weth bUtjShevoice grown kindly In a moment and her eyes frankly meeting mine you will pardon such liberty I am sure but it is not right that you should be compelled to march uncovered In this sun She placed the hat In position ask- Ing as she did so Does that feel comfortable The memory of your thoughtful ness iI replied warmly bowing as best I might will make the march pleasant no matter what Its end may mean to me Her eyqs darkened with sudden emotion Do not deem me wholly ungrateful she said quickly and In a low tone The conditions are such that I atn utterly helpless now to aid you Major Brennan J8a man not to be lightly dlsobeyed but I shall tell my story to General Sheridan so soon as we reach his campr I would have spoken again but at this moment Brennan came striding toward us Come Edith he cried almostv roughly this foolishness has surely gone far enough Peters what are you waiting here for I told you to take your prisoner down the road A few moments later the centre of a little squad of heavily armed men I was tramping along tho rocky pathway and when once I attempted to glance back to discover if the others followed us the sergeant advised me with an oath to keep my eyes to the front I obeyed him It must have beet nearly the end of the afternoon We had certainly traversed several miles and were then aIne1ldef1nedpIke name of I never knew All the party were traveling clQse together when the scout who throughout the day had been kept a few hundred yards In advance came back toward us on a run his hand flung in an urgent warning to halt j quesimanlIhas just swung the dirt road BdarItrees down the valley and theres a heavy Infantry column just behind them Theyre Robs sir or I dont know themt Rebs with an Incredulous laugh Why man weve got the only Reb here who is east of the Briar Well returned the scout sullen 11utheyretloag from the vest and I know they aint our fellows j lavehisevidently convinced Brennan glanced quickly about However he may have sneered at the report he was not rash enough to chance so grave a mistake Get back into those rocks there on jibe right he commanded sharply IHu1t1E your prisoner along lively me nand one of you stand over him with arcojsked gunj If he so much as opens hsxnuth let iiimhave It tP t w we were ciritall under co etorethead yaacejvalrytgurdcikie in sight ithe bI tVorlli du tbegrIme ana weary resurg neavny In tnrm saddles and appa ertIy thoughtless as to any possibility of meeting with the enenfy There not more than a troop of them all toW yet their short gray jackets an4 wjdebrlmmed lightt hats instantly toil the story of their service Their icarj rank was yet in sight when we heard the heavy tread of the approaching column together with the dull tin do of steel which ways accompanh marching troops Peering forth a much as I pared from behind th tjilck brush where I had been rougl y thrown face down ward I saw the had of that solid sturdy column Ing around the sharp bend In the road and In double front spreading from Ok to rock come sweeping down wjwkrd us File upon file company after com adiHead of you Prisoner pan regiment following regiment they swung sUrnlyby Scarcely so much as a war reached us excepting now and then some briefly muttered command to lose up or a half in audible curse is dshuttling foot stumbled I sould distinguish no badge no Insljiila of either corps or division the drcllrg dust envelopedI them In a choldng disfiguring cloud But tHey wjste Confederates U i marked them well here and IIalong the tolllig r nks I even notc a familiar facisf atd there could b no mistaking he aunt North Carolina mountaineer the sallow Georgian pr the Jaunty JouWlana creole They were ConfederMesjPackers Division of Hills corpjI dquld have almost sworn astbound forced march and I doubted not that each crossroad to left and right olfus would likewise show its hurryjbggray column sturd ily pressing tttrwaVd The veteran fighting men tho left wing of tho Army of Northern Virginia were bold ly pushing eaitwad to keep their tryst with Lev The despatch in trusted to my care had been borne safely to Long tret The rfaceas the last IjmplEjg straggler disap peared over the ridge saw It and aijgerTo cried fiercely his sudden outburst of passion what does all this mean Whore is that division bund Some change In Longstreets front 1 should judgi ajnswered coolly too happy ejen tcj note his slur YoiFknow better he retorted ly The way those fellows march tells plainly enough that they have covered all of fifteen miles since eJayI breakV It is a general movement i and by Heaven you shall Answer SheridP IVP i f toii wont mq f 1 1 1 l J You Can This Handsome Boston Leather 7ZI I to It WRITE 4 TODAY up lb COUPON Bensinger Outfitting CoIIt cUp this Coupon and would like to hue full panic ulan as to Name IPreiahtI t33Jt r3 J WAITING IS HARD TO DO Most of the Chagrin and Remorse Wo Get for Ourselves Is Due to Impatience Walt Is there anything in the worW so hard to do And Is there anything so necessary to learn Most of the chanlnand remorse we get for ourselves Is If thbadpassed If we had waited the fatal word would not hftve been spoken If we had waited love would have turned againSTo walt docs not to be Idle liindecisivefort What is Impossible now may be tasy at six oclock About fourfifths of any success U the Ingredient of time To know when Is fully as midportant as to know how Walt for the boy to grow What you cannot lead him to at ten hewill licomeThe best things In the world grow They mature and ripen You can build a house in a few days but it takes a tree years to be complete and a tree is houseThe yourhthought and feeling the more need to learn to wait In education in government and in religion espe daily we have to reckon with what Emerson calls TheTslow maturing of the human mind I read somewhere the whimsy say Werathreefirst was climbing trees to shake down the fruit which It left alon would fall by and of Itself theseo ond was going to war to kill rqea Who In a few years would all die nat urally and the third was that men should fun after women when If tho men would wait the women would h run after CroneiAnother Theory Knocked OutII hSou say nothing in eQ Trronment Yes sir I Insist that its the in dividual and not his surroundings If FraigreatWell now wait a minute You a to bo considered quite an im lUlled figure down in the little oldIntown didnt you f everrbod7thoUgbt s a Youre just as great now as ouiwere then arent you aIthan I was then Well you see it all depends on environment as I said There you i were somebody here you have to got some to identify yqu when you want to cash a check forS theres whore youre dead INow old manr know a bartender who always cashes my checks with out a kick Mixed as to Names A young woman who has a treach eroUs memory for names had a droll a Experience not llotrg ago she had encountered In a railway a statKm a taco that seemed familiar l to her She remembered that she had met the younfc man at the house of r a friend some weeks before but for- w theL life of her she could not at nil tl recollect his name Finally however when the young man stopped to shake hands she asked I Surely this Is Mr Tombstone l as ItTheIt I When the 1 1I Hare Won i 1 Ejy Af Dibbell Mother I am going to try to wiisstories j 1 UttleMra dDomarketfor dde pa This tall Handsome Impetuous problmtooone whose family was In cOmfortable u1torttobeyond her comprehension But also attempUngItYes mother continued tho girl really think I can Write quite as In teresting tales as the general run of those with which the papers and inag tQtryLater when Ruth Informed her father of the new field ot labor she ir tended to enter ho simply laughed and wished her overysuccessIn her under taking At once she set to work and her first effort In the literary field was sent out to all the available markets And the regular return of the manu script at her own expense with unfglJ tag regularity did not discourage her When over six month pf unreward ed effort had passed Mrs IlarrUon said to her daughter Ruth Child dont you think you might succeed better with your homemade candles than you do with the writing You know that everyone who has ever tasted your candles always l youcOuldthem rtigJeStlonbut answered No mother I rilean tokeep on try ing I have just finished dearlittle love story which I am sure will be the very thng for TJptoDate Bomanc and I shall start It at once I have never sent the editors anything At last her patience and persever ance were reworded After a short time instead of the isual bulky envelope tame one of the ordinary brtal nose size with UptoDate Romance printed on Its corner and enclosing a She Was Wandering About the tt Garden eck for her story The letter con tamed 1sothe encouraging Informa lon that if she could sei d them any 1bingequally good they would be pleased to see It After this the regularity with whir- ptoDate Romance accepted an printed everything coming from he pen seemed remarkable Rutlr thoi oughly enjoyed this new work and dt Voted all her spare time to the pro- uction of some very readable stories For nearly a yeAr this stteof af airS continued Then upon entering er daughters room one inIMrs Harrison found Ruth dissolved Uars Why Ruthle what 1s the matterr Queried her mother Mother I shall never write another ord answered doleful voice tU as been a farce all through Frederic Mortimer owns a large interest In Up- Dateto Romance and he has mad them accept my stories Just because 66 thought It would please meI shall never forgive him Why child how did you find that out And if it Is surel It was kind of Frederic to want make you hap by Why ehould you ben with him But Ruth Was not to be comforted I would much rather have wfn on y own merits she said miserably I know It Is true for I heard Jobs Carlton askhlm only onhoTir ago how- e liked the magazine business and If he were making a fortune out of Up toDate Romance Frederic told hjtrt j was the best paying Investment adevar malc They dId not see me for I was do vn at the dark end of tho news store by the magazine countert When they left I started for home nit ederic overtook ine pint way out hen I taxed him with his duplicity findf wts true Mrs Harrison gazed at her daughter perplexity What could one say to uch an unreasonable younjt persons this JThc de Ire of her heart hafl f long been that Ruth would wed thewon of her dearest friend Jane 316rtl and Mttle OPlii to a life Flesnneouclng Fad The most recent fad of the extrem ists has been for fasting a week or more at a tinS or a diet of milk or buttermilk for a longer time Noth ing of that soft should be tried except under tie doctors orders and with s his watchful eye upflit the effects of the treatment Moreover one must P expect to give up work anti go to bed that no strength will be required g Three splendid movements to be used In combination with this diet xcrehundred times either once or twice loose day The clothing should be veryIjg lltoSecondI fithit the finger tips touch the floor fi This movement will require patience and perseverance before It laaccom cJIshed successfully but It Ifs very Important to hip reduction Third ending the arms on alovel with the- houlders and twlstlngther upperpart f the body first to One side and then the other slowlyBariiera Iiizare T t t Children Cry for FJtchers Wl uThe Kind You Have Always Bought and TfWch baa Hmin USe for over 30 yetis has borno the slgaatar 4f has been made 1indrh1S Jtcr 99ahici sspcrvlsIon since Its iIitatic no ono to deceive youIn lids AH CJQuntcrfeitjs Imitations And Justasgood ftrojb it Experiments that trine vlth and endanger the health of Intents and CltdrenExlerlenoe against rrxpoEliiifcHt What is CASTORiCastprials harmless mibstitata for Castor Oil Pare fgone Props and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant 4It JL contains neither Opium Morphine or iofhpr Narcotky suhstatsccr Its ago Iicits guarantee It destroys WdUms and allays Tcverishriess It cures Diarrhoea and Winitt Colic It relieves Teething troubles cure Constlp tonandBlairulency It nsshnilatea the Pad reiilatcs tim t Stomach and BoVels giving healthy and natural sleep The Chlldrens IannceaTlio MothoVs Friend f GENUINE CASTORl ALWk 4L XfBgars the Signature of 0r rA 1 The lind lou toe Always BsiIn Use For Over 3O Years ter CEsraus n C1itET cn t fiofH JAre You Nervous rWhat malces you nervous It Fs the weiknessof your womanly constitution which cannot stand the strain of lhet hard work youdo As a result you break1 down and ryrit your entire nervous system pont keep this upl Take Cardui the v mats tonic Cardul Is made froth purely vegetable Ingredients If actsjgeiitly on the womanly organs and helps them to dp their proper work Jt relieves plain and restores health in a natural manner by going to the sourceoithe trouble and building up the bodily strength I CARDu1 The w J Mrs Grace Fortner of Mart W Va took CarduL This Is what she says about it 41I was so weak and Iniervous l could not bear to have anyone near me jl hd fainting spells and Iilost flesh every day The first dose of Cardui helped jne Now lam entirely cured af the fAinting spells arfdI cannot say enough for Cartful foe I know it saved myUfettJJJt is the best ttpnlc for women Do you suffer from any pf the pains peculiar to wootetf Take CarduL It will help you Ask your dllliiisfIWrilito Ladles Advisory Dept Ctattaaoog MedidaeCa Ou tassa ttM creth2IMtzncffoar and64baebookflomcTmestaeetJocWoseMfresiI t 1fsicSiDANIELBQONEAXIEASE L L1l AfademlMtatianefty CHAS G STOLLOCO 1 to t l DESIRABLE PROEETYYt FOR BY McELROY WHARTON woil 52 acres of rand located oneS half mile from town good 6 room ling barn and other buildings frUjta or nlll kinds and welh watered per acre ci fcoo i j 91 acres of land 6f miles from SprirfgJ field good seven room dwelling house new two goOd barns stock and tobacco barnj well fenced and watered Per t acre80 IINd3 93 acre farm located 6 mites from Springfield and 6 miles from Lebanon 5 room dwelling house good j bam mostly in grass fine location for s table stock Per acre SOii No4 120 acre acre farm vell ben ed good dwelKrig house stock and to baccobarn god school l pee acre 7200 No 4 260 acre farm wejll located ne tO room IwSck dwelling new stock bam tobacco barn Crib anti granary all lays well mostly ingrass SSper acre 55 f NoflB 13J acre farm 7 miles from Springfield good 7 rOom dwelling gopd barn arid other outbuildings place wcl atered SIJ acres lfl grass pler act9 SNo 7 ISO acres good frame duelling larg barn good orchard several ever lasting springs good cll3JN0 880 acres land 3 rtUes ortt town good new dwelling good barn plactj vell fenced hadi watered Pnct leNatock barn and large tobacco barn sotnb timber all inline jltate pf cultivation JNdrUf land W acres of woodland good Fnmm dwelling stock Tjarn wi silo i t irraco barn desirable JotatioJ r11NI 5 a res in timber well watered and igNo1obnccjbat 1itQUallty Th WProjUethrNo Min i Conceit maiFpugffinan up but prop him up kin t WomanTonic I Asd1t nave to frtmat rIB Mat esc week SALE asilesfromt goidjiibarn well fenced arid watered price i3400 1r iI Springafield neigkborhood Spnisfield h tAj cultivatiOn price f4750JofJT018 172 acres 1h wsm J Springfield good housef jts roeiMJAf t1prit1 140f3l ViWJ South pi fattOd burg 6S acrf iaj grass 6 d welling house andjgoodM ItNotwcan Mackvifle arid Texas god room dwelling house gxa bari other outbuildings farm 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