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BrVaaaa n aYsBglit yea retorted this eli ceraafasayr heaald steraly He ia ia aaierat aad denhtleas told you UMMM aad raak RiiiriaaUf haderery reaes toMI4I he ilttMd W l1neaIi dl s gsj e tIM aat reply Th eaSatey eMk waa feuad with hlai ai aietWJ1IMwautH i ehiWe rskhefMe tunb US ich which seemed harmi- nipssh fere 79 weariac that caval SwItt r sqisti 3fFMr e4 iWw Meed lyi Si rS JMr ef the kt whea Maj yw othieg IIi t M siarehlayly fcr LtllSSSM sbee frete4 y wi a 1 Mhesthet 11 A k pee 4 sr ftp J1III 1II ea JiIq a ro WewweI t fM disuse t1Ie r r 7w pjww rt I r r HEJNEWSJLEADBRt j wy i 4f p j rd Ceme Jehhriy He Said Tersely ask Ua Yeitre Winte iac Mid PBwal this officer searched by your martyr He t weretgdthHd110 understood him fOufOlBreaaaa hesitated and glanced un easily toward me Like a flash the str1vfit presenceatriere athlQtedalailTl to be hiding there AJor Again IehCht his eyes and It a- ljw t seemed that I read entreaty in tM I themoUJ1ta1MerLs this truer asked Sheridan his ateni face fronting me I I made say decision Instantly There fci h some reaiioapossibfy her irm requesttwhereby her feeing alone 1th Me that might should remain un rMut anytalIIk ote Ikeiidan in niy defense until she tHe so lair secret 1ts cret1n- Iieet it was shotfld remain safe with I could dono less in honor is not altogether true I said betterU1ulII told him wholly because of an c- clrleBtupo the road but as to its par j de1clm8May aieaa to you lI urnJ tanitJdlythe construction which mtjrtinjustly be placed upon It aniaruttJJr8qUdefinite reply I have reason to be II eye the full facts will be presented to you by one in whose word you will lan confidence Sheridan Straightened in his chair and looked across the table at me almost angrily ravelyYour3llid will depend very largely upon your replies to my questions Yo- uclalmto hav been the bearer of despatches and hence no spy yet you p J0usdclaim Asyour regimentis with Lee I presume you were seeking Long street Were your despatches deli e red I have reason to bellve so By yourself By the sergeant who accompanied JourneTn SaIs Lee contemplating immediate movement j General Sheridan I exclaimed In forgetUlalate Army You certainly lave no fartoas an swer such a question Tour refusal to explain why you ampleetartly and I am not accustomed to treating spies with any great consld eration even when they claim Rebel commissions You are not the first to seek escape in that way Was your despatch the cause of the hurried eaatiswardd diirecuy me noticed that every scanninged ternhecheekigonery inito me I said deliberately rushigdidorworoteiBsult me with the question A rqomanot have astonished them as did fullthsplrttwalItlcllandei oonerIr5iter the sane end must come fcerldanfs face naturally fluspd in atatly grew crimson and a dangerous ForrspearttYtM yeaac leo I caa tell you tkat you will speak before tnother youfort1t9r frewuiovUkf till joiw pptlm fIf moaroa noise YBrennanr J as if he enjoyed the put awljned him Come on you Jphnay he ami coarsely his hand closing heavily o my arm Then eeemlnf usable t otthepower he bent lower that his cadent words should not reach th others and biased hoUr orIn1YouhopIacrou70urheartrBefore he could JIoTeherldaJiwaa upon his feet and between us Back both of you he ordered ihereMajo tmr CatonC ATI XII Under Sentence ef Death greatlyif0 desperate all then conceived It question now whether the death aentr execute4BQtIdans rage and my own hotMacle- 4retort Ifullt believed My sate waf destined to be that of the coadeauied teUtl1el14mIne i dikeli d question and I had yielded to oading to such an extent M to giv- ose e jin authority every excuiefor the kYetsolvedrno thoughtless word of mine s reputatioEdith n of I would go foa death of dishonor be f i authorItymake this decision adamant Come said Caton briefly and Iturned and accompanied him without thought of resistance At the front door he ordered the lltfle squad of waiting soldiers to fall in andtaklnCI me bytharm led tie way down tthe gravelled path to the road I was IImpressed by hirBeemlnr careless ness but as we cleared the gateway he spoke and his words helped me to comprehend Captain Wayne he said quietly so that the words could not be over Tieard ybiTdo iot recognize me but I ofilcer w u to yheP4quarterst- hatWtho e Ciet 9tc i must perform the duty glvea me but I wish you to understand that I wholly believe your word He toPPed extended his hand anlf I accepted it silently There inust be some grave penonaireason which seals your questioned There Is ithought as ffltfch I chanced to overhear the words or rather a por tion 9t them which Brennan whis pered and have no doubt if they were explained to the General he would feel more kindly disposed toward you It was asked as a question and I felt obliged to reply I appreciate deeplyyour desire to aid me but there are circumstances iinvolving others iwhlch compel me for sK mypoibies le me only that I possess a strong de sire to have freedom long enough to i swords e yourThe a bitterly personal and I hunger for a chance to hUe it out Do you know Isl he a man who would flghtr The young fellow stiffened We a samtatEs d anhileclolefrlendllsides against him He hat beentakeJ twice within the last three years my knowledge and is not devoid either of courage or skill Possibl ihoweverlrmake him lees a flroetecR1witTSrIstoPPed co suddenly at 4ie is tOI myarmutempttoescapeSDo you I asked gdlilngIome t1I slight control over myself tofer td1 the lady who came In witjh his party last Most eyeaiag certainly she was prejwnted QtjfJj to altf of us ai Mrs Breiuu4n she has FltPtoo bee assigned rooms at bis qufcrtewj J q such a master but then that Iisot W uncpmmon mistake ja5rnurlagi it Why comto think bo tlt you mult have siet her yourself HaT Ten reason tolUSpect this ill not their iNot In the lea1tI hkstened te aipexokaiatlon flight becomef the basliL i fpr camp gtfMip Indeed J wari f tfI arcely IR tio lady8prencel at a 1 comiag In as I was left IJJ charge of the sergeant Iips he felt that he had 1re dfj for we gU ncustJl we drew near t largeI Ilurect0trThis i the old Culverton taven IknOW1 ac ik Mansion flouse1 hej saldt is a tremendqufl big bUlld1 Ing for thllt cory with as fine I ballroom la It ul have s 4 slmce leaving New YOfkW vitfllxe iIt for almost every mlllarjr purpose and among others some lot he strong rooms Ini the tasemeat ar found vat uabl for the MfVkMflBi of tapo tat prlsomerf We aOWlte4 the ffron ep as ii 0fwas speaking passing thrc ughl a don of guards ajid In the wide hall 1Va1 was turned tover to the officer In charge Ooddnight Captain ikald Catoa ndl extending his hand You may bstIin your favor but It lIs to jbj lb Satnow at headquarters and Sheridan ia not a man td lightly overlook those hasty words you poke tq him I could only thank him Most warm ly for his imterest real fB fully from hit grave manner my desperate situatiOn and follow my silentl com duct down some marrow adateep stairs until we Mood upon iie em at- edI floor of the baseBient Here heavy door In the stone d rlsWawaJJ was opened I waPUlhforWar dI into the dense darkness iflthtn ui1II t1 tL08 4Deven distinguish the etret1Dtstepa ot JTri siraim of the past thlrtyslx hours elv liMtfl dent to keep me awaW Feellvj E a 1b 1Wi Lbat Ilast to a wide WI h iLnc trtchlag my formatlI length upon iiti pillowed vxf head on one waa1soundasleep i hardttrtabler QrningaI knew from the single ray of smligi t which streamed In through a grated window high up In the wallI opos1t betthe rough stone floor I Wall alone Even In the dark of the previous night I had discovered the sole pretence 0t fiIproved to be a larceanc1almoat square apartment probabl durjlng the ordinary occupancy of thej Iiou4e ar8ceptade for wood or a4 n produce j but now peculiarly well dated ji the of prisoners lTheftDreachlnctJe great oak girdtfjhr that supported the floor abovi evien had the doing so offered a Zivprable open ling for yII r openings of any dfthe outside window through which the sunlight streamed protected by thick bars of iron a sec bd opening lulte narrow and ifkewl4bpzotected i tosby metos which tad ant yc U4 dan t inspecting it cioieiy wa 4a mete air omdthese openings idly and tith scarce lly a thought as to the possibility ofr atrangeti my might be Such a feeling was not natUral to j thejmotU my usual buoyancy of hope It MrsBreiman andtelI even if she f aailedt faciheb huto dveme the slightest degree she would not let me die anJusUy sad to JIlT mind hens 5hetbyiicaDespondency t was sW auttlcl I anampthsIi was placed within Tile soldier who brought itdid not speak nor did I attempt to address him but after heSretired the appetlxlnsr smell of the bacon together Vllh the e alofeiwaralfoo4utp fell topa theorsersc full of questloning yet with a fresh measure Iof cpnfidehce that all would still be iwen 1 was yetfat t thoutwarn lwarnegLandieutenantYaaced toward me with iaaa4 which I grasped warmly for I ts fr1endkiiquestions which should solve myJast remaining doubts soberly1ooldneaboutl supposqdutyou are furnished with blankets before I leave heridan is hasty himself and his temper often leads him to rash language LanYure he bears you no BrenrBsomething tQljlm In confidence wbaurhaTe bhe n unablqto ascertain JjWhlc1 maCOI1Tfnced him thatyou are 4e erviog of death under martial Jaw tr K f- iti Without trIal rvTiie pppertuair pf furnishing the anfjrmatlot deslfed wlllbyvagiiri vf i Jearnii hJL pivite natuio thatfis d e g l mat tpsake jIt matter tft tAIn ik JWuHever It jamr shprMbltJTffi4 mW1 4lf tMJa channels andj i tj drJCitic measures I to bring you such news l St Ulebraloofchlmthd thinnest umit cQtoqrQQkrucase basatready led to his using ex oftr v am to beht then His hand closedl warmly over mine While there is life tr is always hop he answered Surety it must 4ln your power to prove the nature of your mission within our lines andt uSltot allegations ilt 1 but had time to communicate with General Lee 5BUt now+ s there no one no way by which such can be given this vet day U not full proot oryOur Innocence thin sufficient at lleast to cause the necessary delayT tshook my head 1 know of noth Inc other than my own unsupported word I answered shortly and that iis evidently of no value as against Major Brennans secret lihslnuatlona j When Is the hour strI am not positive that final de cision has yet been reached but I heard daybreak tomorrow mentioned The probability of an early movement of our iroops Is the excuse urged for uch unseemly haste I remained silent for a moment conscious onlvof his kindly eyes read r i ltag my face Mrs nre nant J asked finally Re currlngto the ono thought in which etalndeeprr interest does she still remain In the amp She waft with tie Major at headquarters this morning J believe they breakfasted with the General but I was on dity so late liszt night that I overslept bond thus missed the pleas lure of meeting her again loger1ndsome further word but I cPuld give im none sendfinally the kindly fellow uirted promising to see me again within a few houfsA Greatly as I now noverthelessmythoughtst cHApTEflx1I1 tuk 8trsngWay Out Caton came in once more about the middle of ftheafternopn bringing me uewa1a1id Am to Be Shot Then goodbyedown the Hries aad 1 thGlte nan and pilniself wereunder 9r iulo follgy iri Vanotherbonr JjFhat in8tructionsrll ytbje tdl mj as h OUJd 1JSatDithireare wors 1rijie pusuaPecrecMr 5idrexp qedtb r tiiaadba4es that Sarnjning as fffC eij toali ilan b1LI J telt intpartake o- f8uippert4 left me and Just be I lbenebJalyprovethqt ever behold In UiU world when with out clightest arnt9g the heavy iron t It boVe tell sudde11B r jJT ng the dgeAftMr ben hand clattered noIMly to the floor The tall was so unexpected and my escape from injury sojnarfow that uphelpll 8Ad1tselr1nihlseyes peered cautIetisIYIqwn at me There was no mistaking that counte nance even in the fast waning light and I instantly sat up with an ex clamatlon of surprise Jed BungayTas live The puzzled face broke Into agrin of delight latedII near be they a goln ter dew with yeT I have every reason to Iwlieye it is thelgi purpose to shoot jie at day brcaK to morrow Shoot HoJt He stared at me as if he bad Just heard his own death sentence pronounced and his liltlei peaked face looked ghastly in the dim light Shoot ye tOopd Lord Gap whut fer Ye aint done nothin as I knows on cept tter scrap abit with thet blasted Yank an sure theta no shootin matter er else Id a bin aH goner long agoS That Yank has seen fit to charge me with being a spy and as I waa foolish enough to iInjult General Bheiv Man last night niat la probablij l + + ++ jMt+ + + + + + +L C Bobhtt Pres J F BisHop J M Jrl Sec and Trfcas i FARMEftS fI I LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSEffI INCORPORATED 4r ftitf I Tobacco Skillfull Handled by Expert Tobacco Men FREE Stalls for Teams FREE Insurance for the Farmers Protection No Rejection Fees House r th ytV y If v M it jTVgrading arid handling a cC that IS intrusted to Yr care Vye place rit great stress on the manner 611 handling and grading of and for that reason have e ploed expert then in their lute G 4art auctioneer we have ehiplayed Mn A S Jhhs n of Durham ty C Opt pi the finest iti the Southland who has had a number of WIllfitt This market will open on or abput December 1911 j with the following well known firms represented The To y A A t bacco Company R A Patterson Tobacco Company JJ P Taylar Company R J Tobacco Company C H Phn ev Company and many more independant buyers pt I4 Now friends and customers remexaiber what we Have said regardng the to Ii bacco situation and when 70U load yburtobcco tor marKet foliowitHe crowd W and straight to tHe Farmers Warehouse Springfield Kyv and it Will Jmean dollars to you Ji f 4 M BQBLITT 11 BISHOP Gen Mmnzer Si O StheFarmer Friends A + +I+ 4t + + N Hfc + + + i++ +i t ajS Ti n KENTUCKY IJiri t- hetIL STrgktt rteffedladaatlyferward Vres Sturgeon I edt jll f 1illt i n ii 1 4 r l t t jJtj c D n J r arAIcIutiy PaM 71 IIMAKES r M Ui4itIMe j i 4ierf t Z J V f DI1y iJ41IY i t j RI 7 4I I Ir 4e j C The ftaal l il If i tr 1ni A t t c t I a ij This somewhat complex gtateiMMt Beemed dbe too Mijch tee Jei tor grjsp promptly s Gosh ye dont say he aiatterei Then jdurn tJ Tni Ifi lJaelk ftr all theyyie got aCId me iif t4Ot1a atI a nigger soger up tzther aiiMaUtfga en thCjaInt much cau 1bfher durned cu4ai riJed was Crfi1l1 eeimter v y inch of eXpOseL watt frJfth kfe ttttt- iaewd D I oW k e Ij ia1baiaprh- efiecUvly iIatw noe1ess AergoVoIefr I 1JISo I sorter jeckone But it Tflll crawl through iere jhair 1b MearV thats a plaee wh r 1 rchea rt-e r of us tergjetker mought Taafce fa try fer It lesi tee dnjte ihlfk ti1 fer IrckQtVqItiernight an take iosWitwfc ter ei thet rve plckel h i bf tir ia bcjfaWv Newg AMS foIj VeXul kim4hrquktjdark r JtWhatuews1 HThougitupIlie ChtickId TiI r ggepi IfantryI ersvilleJ Ter first ilvkioif Mfc el three Vclock an thee woa he Skrf YanIQoaf1nbi hfr T it lOermorrbw Antfmbre ae atffed rapH li lIfe eyq dasnthg w1idlyt Htpressed exclUmea 7 Ha4ockv is a STflngin ofils corffj weotr rne ceni thar an Ijeckoa jtM l J1nbe hell fer Bartin ther Sfc thBut11Quelltionedburedulol 11 t left ITherI 1erJtherOh itfs a sur go Jap 111 at hOW Jnay 4OLo1 army nlghtt on cine of us jffjttin put of ye ieckottj That he mealnt every word be ii felt convinced a 2as ealku4izid eclNpe4WIthinlethargy vfled and with ev jjaifa4 enlng thought f11er wbonha sef iiE4 denlyl woven about me the mesher of 4orwIdowcommander linf the araqr tet whkh X belonged blotted7 but alt e e rwi as this new tusht jjt 4 t rmiaaUea swept over javf above tw thpS sounded dearly the dashlatr poale af a military wbaid Im taiLatraln f a Strausss wa1tS tad ira ea iH Mi tinguish the muffled skaatHaceflaaay fcet on the oaken fle 3 efjkl aC remark abW the jjreat ball to be tdlithat eveaJoc brfjB cers of the headquarter ea2f r ciur red to my memory That dandacup there wIlheJ MJ Jed I said q ckly My ariid Mr active to grasp every detail Tit say there U achnteior ecaa frwa our ceirfI Tjen give me your hac and kelp Ue to rawI ltiXhole I Jt War EwIqseHfer 1au ot my slzit yt JtthrH h wMfc fqiia4yInwhich aJ I j ceMbut1ll from feel lag aboui rneaa lla lar a ahaaV and exteat to the 0tI U kIMbeen cOaflBttt Buafar ll9weTefl JKT milted BM little tlmeMIejr taa rattoB NlteeUni groped acrocs to the other Jt Theref a Mifhty biff JMCM ehamMr comes dow yerV Cf he bisVAn thee oliI tie takt ashes is iiI thar jJit t Vtvtr IPr fluer Its a bheeWroa pea I NibS ther way It fWWr ut R aiiet MiMw they put i lt r hi teif etea thec chlmhly wh l it tJ j afe jf icould git liatiar aloae t do nowork ut tl1ett It tar cuav qt Wl rfehfe Dwp b ye cud hoi toe ttdarn heavT I srnthd ibSsi1 at tjba H ltie fellow might a upoa at r ra9mtto y k iWwalL a4 tfcw Iicould l1lC eajteftr a MpMkac Vpear te yl ldjatowjjr Jo ihto I y eF 1i 1 1 111 of1t f 11C4iJ t vW1c J f itJ Wfhpillan rltJ relationship itldtooTnuch trainpdon regretted safeguarding outstretched 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lW iMM tit KMQ retsriw z withII= = a esiltrit TJeydt Knott satllwta a4ta ttU Ekveotbt fbPsvry W iclMf Hkowthat ISsM OBMr for Governor 4akybMiVLtss m tk iMes State rates were MM4 s ffreii few coaatijw but r jMhNricpMt Ute other eaad b JDsaiisEnUe tacket ran trttii JfcCrttry In seme sIuLl fMvtmt James eaHidatefor dSflI7 GsMral it tic sid sMccresry fI ThRipsbbeaasesrr1oa1yoneatM ando 1Wir a matJ1 P4IICId majority yfte1fct nrjfitfi Svrpdaet to th- e1SISWS t t Ute returns from tMMfs MiiTffitkdi9tnclswere re MrM sjuwipc Miter naorities to thMTtiMjr ftC 4resesed of cjaiffl tJ IUL TTMvd tWliet io gave a f btftr DtWMMtie Mjtdt than at artMMi i4 aUo is the Tenth sfct MH Iii Pie was made in MMMtjowrty tJteof John C Hste to bare i McCrearySssflMiia joity ffl t for Wilson in Jto tokMeo belts where Judge OiUaf WM Wfria te be the strong iCM win Ktenufy oTerwaelfned by ifrasBMhe T04M 1Mb dktncta giving tMirlMK ktmJeritiMse 1896 i Ta limfctiung st 40000 ma I 3IdSLeYtdtrIctfeIIabort rtrMf TlM tars received with Hw es Zp liHca counties missing MM U Avtf thatthe Repabltcans had I MIYt4d taw HMter Strict 6t lSMt WHk the etarnVjJi 1Ir romIr tirtriet it iwil ptpBaTiy show a ibbMritY ot 17000 LI Overt wfcclminf lyDeinocratic 2ea received by the Courier Jour 5 1 virW jMaily all the senatorial arid ligUkUrt jwtrieta of the Stat4show itet tfM ie GtMral Aseeoibly of Ken totkr waU W Mrerwbelmingly Democra Mc hWknui l touring the elec iMtitsiltafMent to jacced Thomas JLj af it kifce United States Sen a L T wg rqf Crirtenden was 1 i t M the iejSbtfitfthe Demo J8tJVoamtk retonw received the Demo- enta jriMJuve evrteen of the nineteen I4 te liaators ehaetd jeaterday Ieayt tf MHrtfM lpafcifiaM with only fiveofl theDemocrataI An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater with its arunsenameled in turquoise js aii ornament to any room whether in the country or city home No home v quite complete without t a PerEectonOil Heater It is necessity in the faU and spring when it it too warm to start the regular heating apparatus and too cool to Jbe without heat In the midst of winter it is often convenient as M auJfcUary heater as there are always seme cold corners 1iaahouse The enameled heater always presents a nice appearance as the lwiIaot tarokh or burn cS Itisnot an enamel paint but it k thutheeetofyourco01dnutensilL r The Perfection is the most reliable and convenient portable heating device you can find An autotnatxaUylocHng flame spreader prevents tunwHt the wick high enough to smote DmerfrxfTwtxn t Toon Lrw PJMfr1 lithe Mttm Hnltt cMJKkd orwrit C tot117 t HEATEfL StandardHocdrpontdU Oil Compar f Jreversalstorialra esseveral strong Republi can districts electingl Demoratst Jf Commissioners SaleIfashingtbu Circuit W C McChord etc Plff EquityHenryDfis By virtue 6f a Judgfrnent anft order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court reneieredat tfie October term 1PUin the above styled cause for the sum of 822116 with interest at the rate f 6 fper centum per annun I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Housedoor In priageldKyon CONDAY NOVEMBER 27 I9il at 2 clodtn5 iqr thereabout to the highest and besfbigder at public auc ion OI1 a creditontha the following de ribe4poopr A tract of laodsitaated onthi4 inIIIInterest 7500 For the purchase price the pUT haSrs1 with approved security or ureties must execute bond bearing lelra1 1nerest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect prepb1terms An Incurable Lieutenant Commander Symington At a luncheon once toasted a noted ad miral He iff a good man he said too good a man f sometimes think for this rough wicked world pt ours tie is an idealist and an Optimist In deed he such an Incurable Idealist andj pthfifet thaClf you should send him on a wild goose chase hed speak of himself forever afterward ua big game hinter Parasol for Fowls The burning question of the day In the minds of all thoughtful poultry keepers says CN Perkins In the Poultry Review W8 Ats how to provide shade fOr the fowls during the hot weatherFarm Life There are various things to do suE goats London Punch A parasol for every fowl Is sometimes tried An other way Is to teach them In the shadowsr StaWe to Gain Weight The fat oho who has been cut put of meals galore will now rejoice The last cure for thinness M to omit every other dinner A map under such treatment by advice of an uptodate physician has gained at the rate of two pounds aVeflk With Parisian dayIUkedcbange as much as the mode makersA Commissioners Sale Emily cinpugheretS Plffs Ray Logsdon etc Dfts virtue of a Judgment and IfBy of sale of the Washington uit Court rendered at the term 1911 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer fur sale at the Court House door in Sprlngfijeld Kv on MONDAY OYEMBER 271911 at 2 oclock p ra or thereabout being county court dayto the highest and best bidder at pub lie auction upon a credit of six land twelve months the following described prop t i towitt tractjandsituatedIni the Ayaters7of Little 3uecbbrk about se en miles from Sp ing fieldsnear BarainiS Chapel and jlrnown as the JLucy Canary dower f 6cmUlring about 5- 5dcresTbr6r J Jiasino buildings but Las plenty of imber and the laud is good For the purchasa price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sunes must execute bond bearing legal i- nterestiidateofsa1e until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bidders will be prepared to cmply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MO W ca aby as Luggage Therlatett style of baby carriages 88nen In the Unloadep01 recently It Is a simple rthe baby a board and several straps At first glance the baby might be mistaken for a bunch pt clothing bound together in an old fashioned shawl strap but on looking closer you see that qn the childs back a board was placed and three stout straps bound the youngster to It A leather added to Its convenience Chicago Inter Ocean JOke en Composer SIgnor Leoncavallo once had a rath er amusing experience Being lin a strange town whereI Pagllaccl was being given he fattended the performance to see how It wu rendered and falling Into conversation with his neighbor proceeded by way of a joke to criticize the work unmerci fully Next morning he found In the local newspaper a long article repro dtfclng al Ibis statements and headed Leoncavallos pplnion of Tagllaccll Affectation Rebuked When Alice Jobes was 18 she became Misr Alystfe Jones When she went to enter a normal school she was asked her name by the dean She re plied Miss B Alysse Jones AlyeIeMYes said thq dean and how are you spelling Jones npwr vJill I SEAS1WU AOCndH SALES WtLL LIGHTED SALES FLOOR FEFSAME ASlAST I f fPIaptnrss loose eafTTobacco lareSouse I II I vTt I I ndyQw nberry Pr pnetorI I DzzSrn- K 1 SPRINGIELD KY Qcbe 24 19i1 J I At ts writing the 1911 crop ot iTacco grown in Washington Nelson and adjoining counties is practically etaathed rhe tobacco cut r andh usedeartyin Ouopinon wl1 show a good per centof nice useful tobacco with god c lor while the tater cutting we think will show a considerable amount of damaged to Weeo This bow yer depends upon the curing season from now on We look for a good strong market this SIMON on alC grade of go d useful tobacco and dspscially dOwe look for good prices on all colory types Be 1 MeM lit srtiag your tobacco keeping every grade to itself We utge especial attention to the sorting of 4seirse4eq Artacco We believe by sorting youVobacco carefully that it Is the only way to obtain its full Wwaw14 advise you to hang your different deson the stick as you strip it and bulk the same on Mdiisiyei are ready to market it be sure trf bring it to us on thestick and in this way you are 4i r taiac it to us on the stick and in thffiway you do not damage the tobacco by Kneeing it in ytgitueSU bsJ By bringing it to us in this way you do not Jose any weight nor do any damage to the stickIIWI irbe tti tak care offrie idi both buyerand sellerjjand we would advise you to sell your Hi open market where your get lull competition ot all the buying element This is the only way to g o t Aba i ysf3Mf ettdeaYorfed to ell you in our humble way what to doi with your tobacco white inyourQa aieiiyiiiHf Hfcsn yettrtebfteto reaches our house we promise to do everything in our power in 5ikisrlkacc foe sale to getyon fullnarket prices Wewilt have thorough tobacco men sltarf wtti this ssIhaesne men In fact strict attention to oufVihterests last year v IjPllifi lrbe ltTllisEwlt f bu ne5S this 111nprom 8tpgjt ottr lo periiopalattenti6n Our sfcja a m airaTirtStIIied in town neajr thetiepptrwhere we w li be glad to see you at 201 nIi iti ai f epee1eDecember 1st 1 rf tatTruly 4sTJ4DY QUISENBERRY IiTini- i i 1L Tif T rll ttw stt 1 i I i + l1fw fJ t 141 tit r liJ Y L i D 1 t 1I lflfJJ 1j r l ri f1 of t =c f fit iAI HEACrfBREDSOWS Ii r tV IIuj DUROC3 JERSEYS C UUi f Sale to be held under coyer a rny farm f4i1ie East f Lt J J i JI Kyon viSpringfield i r f t 1J J 1 i NJ r- I S J I Thursday Novemberb 23 191JJcY f II J iy l1 rj W 130 OCLOCK PM r j f f f Ic jt l IrEvery nogiin 0 thst I r l8IIl be so I d YVl th ir i W 8 jYx ej Sv Ii f bidI or limitI a fP t i t t fti- H klklf t i CatalogE1 S M 8Yes Jri4- VVIWi t lfl J t JiJ L Ll J WIIM4IP1P1ii p ft j Queen of ClubslAh was to a club night das wy Is late dls mornln Mis poster explained Imogens asU ahoremoved her outer wr ps pr paa torT to doing a days washing fort Mrs Foster Yasm ah had a mighty nice tlmb an dey lected me sefltary of do club by a total mijorty Wa1do name of de club We calls oujrselff be Circle of de Golden Fljeece an de Taller SUper Las night was a Bpe1 cial caslon1 continued Imogen beginning to soft the cloth wd was entertalnln the meme sot llclub i fUtDGirdledressing but I clar Miss OSr dordl wasn no lady present 10 ked v tUer dan I done mablet in daiv gdwnd yo give m ewff de hellumt flowers on J1 J lope Great Alaskan River Cnpt John Backland with th tourf j masted schponer Transit arriyed at Seattle from the Arctic with news that the Kubak river thlthertb be lieved to b0 a small Arct c stream is a mighty river navigable for at least Ity of the 0 thjjse on mouthiNews ra and trad e ha l thor reaches for a While they say that It Is na gable for good sized vessels for at least 300 miles it is their opInlQnj that aby rca lei which could get overt ihehnir prob ably could make its wqat least miles up the stream4 eattle Corre spondence Portlond Orefeonlan Confessions of King It is told of King Gereaxjd there can be no harm in giving the story that he said to one octho plain men who are his friends as wellj as his servants on the hUllS of Balmoral If they would only lei me Ive six months here every y elmlgit do what they like with me for the other sli Fortnightly Review Chaos i Whats the Defter ot chaosr queried little Lola Chaos explained her elgbtycar old brother is a treat big plIo of nothing with no placo to put it f Golden Matrimonial Age I Ari Interesting end unusual estimate of the proper ago for matrimony is that advanced by Mrs Vivian head and founder of the National Society of the Daughters of Gillfordla The happiest and moat e c essul mar rlage she says are hose between the man of 50 and the omar4 of 35 At that age of discretion she claims the male has become more mellow and tolerent at well as moro solvent On the other hand she Intli mates that a girl of 20 much harder to get along with than to iet along without and that theife ought to be laws prohibiting peopl marjrylng be fore they are 30 years old geslathtering the bald corpulent age of 50 may as well leave hnpd behirid If Dr Osler doesnt get hirnlthe aUgbterJ of California WIllSucessI I Irresistible Injipulsel i I keep myself to rn self confldect anjOld resident Yotf modern young men are too much on the hailfellowi wellmet order Ibqjist ot the fact that I did not speak tio myl nextdoor neighbor for ten years Hovr did yott come to spfaktohlm even then slr71we asked It must have been an extraordinary occasion It was The young ackanapes bought a new automobile Arid you wanted a rldef Slrl J am no grafter Nor would Irlde In one of the thinks for any consideration No sir Bjib the ma- chinel was new to him jihq I couldntt resist the temptation to gb over and give kim some advfco about running ItBoston Traveler j GRAND OLD MANOF JAPAN ItoWas the Most Remarkable Statesman the Kingdom Produced In H Many Years 1be late Marquis Ito the grand old man of Japan was the most re markable Japanese err saw said HornteG Dunbar of Alabama for many years proprietor of the Gibson ajhotelJWheh I was in guest at my hotel Jt if I am not wrong lpjny had come from Japan Wl1lnrdjjenvoy of tho Japanese IflktSttje Japanese lde cure Coast Ct1tdt effort to pay1hOtago to representative When Ito arrived at tile hotel te Japaneso had strewn flowers from the entrance up to his room apd be literally walked on a bed of roses nut Ito did not pay much attention to the homage paid him by his countrymen He stopped to order from me a case of wine and a box of the best cigars and hardly had he ar rived In his room wlieivjio requested that the order bo duplicated He di- dnawant them for himself for Ijo dld nQt drink He was preparing for his visitors This net of ItQs praved to me what I had dften beard before tbat tho Jipaneso abroad are tho most hospi ltdble Ieople in the world Ito was a Wonderful man He reminded me In face and figure of the virtuoso Du F achman who was celebrated some years ago Ho was slight of Ogure but his face was grave and strong I spent a number of years In Japan and know something pf the great men of tpat countiy hut 1n my opinion Ito was the most remarkable statesman the Flowery Kingdom has produced In many years It was a severelo8s to Japan when ltd was assassinated 11 Corea Tho Japanese are a wonderfully shrewd people but I prefer the Chif neso A Chinaman would go broke before he would tell a lie or avoid an obligation ADDED COLOR JO THE SCENE yAmusing Incident Occurred When Dog Began Barking In Critical tAct of Play An amusing story is told In tho Neue Pester Journal of the recent pro duction In Budapest by Irof Max tBelnhardt of the tragedy IKing Oedi pus 11 At the most thrilling point of play when the king is discovered sit ting alone in tho plague stricken qlty a dog suddenly began barking furious ly at the back of tho state It was un animal trainers Great Dane which was howling at thp mood from a shed adjoining the back of tho theater Reinhardt fumed and raged at this interruption at the critical moment ngetiandrow Thero was much running tb and fro but the barking didnt stop DOUonand fed thq dog slowly untill tl19cuJ tain went down The next day the papers printed enI jthuslastlc accounts of the roally brll llarit bit of stage mnnngomcnt tho fearsome howling of tho ownerless dogs Jn the deserted cltyll Reinhardt put down his panel wltha whimsical smile and sent for the stage manager Give the Bceneshlfter an extra tiprv he said but tell hlmMo makq that confounded dog howl llko mad to nightV I Rest InSolltudo j AbefiiBt requisite In resting Is to be alone Every human being Is more or less of kn irritation Ono mOtot ge t away to his r6om or to the woods Al near as possible one musfsecilrd soli ludo and tilenco for It Is in the heart of what shallow people call loneliness tat there is found the fountain of re vfreshment1anda new birth of Joy In life J oromanCIng MondaYJlNoY 1llber 27 7Jf l A f p J TItey AAllw Goig in One Direcion 4 q t li lYou Had Bettclr Get m re ToV dtr 4etAnd be one of the lucky Ohes to et a set of high trade cooking are free i it YQUr Qwnfau1tfyoiI dont rIBfore you leave home take a loo1 at your lntchen range rf it ihnQt the E l1South Bend Malleable think ofnll Lioee coohintrdubIesandthehrer eriibr itIt is possible to rId youself of thei t forever i LLororflfl While ypu are havinga hot biscuit and acup of delicious coffee anfexpert t range demonstrator will tell you How it can be done v y O r j i Jtii 4 There is a still greater attraction but you L will have to come to our stoire to See It Jl j tt PSRULTZt cGLEVFF4i- S j fcL ti f 1 fWEP4Y EXPRESS f l1f1lJ ORDiR yoUi CLOTHES j t 5 i- ri i Y ri FROM US AND f B11TiA1 SAVE MONEY t y We Handle jNonc But the Best 1 Our alooks are so lam that you have erty1e and pattern sad altO and shape iromwhichj select and wo make buying BY MAIL just all easy Aid sGt1anct as you can sir it ifriao tOnh fWo biivo special thinc that you can got HOWHSHEETSE uch c 1 i t j Levys Special Suits br Men H at l LeVy SeiaIBDy- SultsivWi 2 pairs dl paugs rII5 1 IrDud all th Leading Lines pf f FURNffsfflNGs9 HATS ANDSDOES 1 cArI4oGt1slluoalart matintdthto BWhl l1 we aend mEh l r WALSOSENDSMPLEF2EE C t Mention this paper and write w ftsUy Ifcr ajiytMng youwmt n jaurijeV and yotfli gt a iyrot and satisfactory onswar Ant it nyt fac Tfen b y herein xvqt eactllwhatyouirLjt aay 1ie retireed en your MONgt will bo ftumodiatoly ItBt5crNp3BJit V k li ltembers Retail b1tsASS Raflribad Fares R tCar1aj4 Tise A house EsteblisSicd Vcars Afl6 Tetaiae tiaJls 2Jh i J The ir 1 1F1FIP ii 1 0 Brightt w kv Afvi1i i1 SpoL LiI Jxi4 I LOUISVIL1I i 0 icx I s f I JUT II DBGT BURTON HftSIOCNT DCNTI4T 1 t JM EXTRCTED 1ThOUT PAIN i4f N tek4 paUs 8zNcF1JriXY AIT Dental Work Strl lirstclI-f J C JifUDD kjiicu uIIgii Office hoiars8 tQQLJn2 1to2prnp 0cs over Sayioaa Drugstpr 4itL1LdItptoB MiD IfIIcc tfs hue ofttctrKRe N IJ4I cHe a WFGRIQSBY TTORNEYAT LAW rOSe eut PiOp1i lank t HPRINQFlLD KY D HW HYATT Oa over Red Cross UruK Wrt Oiteelioir Hy tt 1080 j to 12 oa 4r to 5pm JOHN Y1 MAYES UIEIAlUI ECT B BJ liB llCEISED EMIAlMER Sj TtEptHOJICE AY 1NHT 14FiFIFLO n DBWf TRUSTY PRACTJQAL DNTISTa Office over Haydon Barber Jfntarworkat reasonable prices J workp rant FIDiG KY RaiWod 5clMct Fri1ili i the tame cbedulei no win effect on tho Bardatoyjn and Springfield branch Taifrpad M6 41 7Leaves Louisville at 490 p m Bardstown Junction 22p mj BlrdWI6tap Di arrives at Springfield 655 p m lifo 42 Leaves Springfield at 800 am Bardstown 545 am I Bardutown Junction 730 a m arives at Louisville 820 a in Ua 43 Leaves Louisville at 720 a m Bardstown Junction 855 a tn Bardstown 1005 am arrives at Springfield 1140 p II No 44Leaves Springfield at 100 p mt Bardstown 220 nif Bardstown Junction 410 p m arrives at Louisvi1e545p in PrCHrvIng a Calmness The much annoyed customer de parted andtbe saleswoman approach p ed another customer and began to tell how disagreeable tbe first had been and thea assuming an air of superior ity reaark edBut Ilkept perfectly ma1in remembering that selfposses jiloa was aiaie points of the taw Keep lop Aflv- Never abandon hope Remember that earnfltettortll ever lost Get away from toe nqblt of looking on the dark sldo Nothing will so complete ly paralj e iKe creative power of the mind as a dark gloomy discouraged f fcental ajttitude It keeps multitudes of people from obtaining the very things iheyapst desire tt 4 iCIVHnlf Worry r u Defendants Wife Dont worry dear The judges charge was cero I tainly in youi tavor Defendant moodlly4 know that Jfs the law yers charge that Im thinking about I 4i A A r T I1 oii LociiIH iiptWiijftr i Interesti i TOrINI l The Freshest and Latest I f A IKy 1 1 1 A aJtUFrJdT1 OPICSI i1 M4MHM MY g MoMMM t1 Purer Jellico coal at B D j Lakes 1 FOR sJLLE Good ffeied Rye John F Simms Corn Oats and bay Get our prices B D Lake Co Totsa1eI 1OObeus Mrs E O Warlirr Kb bunting tresfpassing on our farmallowedtParfot Bros Dont tail to see the UPW ready tower afc Wathen Shaders A full line of Piirenia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal BDLakeCo Remember we fork our coal and give 80 Jbs to the bushel BDLakaCo Genuine Cannei Coal nott mx ed but pure cannel 17c delfver ed 80 los to tbe bushel B D Lake Cojj The cornerstone Of the new Methodist church will be laid this afternoon with masonic ceremonies QAs I itn going toi move t 0 town shortlv wantt iell all of my poultry consistinf of 200 Brown Leghorn Hens 2or 15 French Rowan Docks and Buff Orphington roosters Mrs W H Leacbman Mrs William OMcChord en tertalned her parents Mr and Mrs C R M Eroy on Saturday the 4t inst in honor of the Sixtieth anniversary their marriage On accoiint of the absence of soJIILl1yoftbe children the day was spent quietly Pour generations However ere present I Miss Mary Mine Blandford died at her home in the Sonlherni parft of the county yesterday mornine of complication of diseases She was born October 16 1 1 and was a daughter of tlelate John Bandford and Mrs Teresa Blandford She was a very bright oung ladvI who was beloved by alwho knew her dutiful to pare ts andI faithful to her friends Burial services will be cobducted this morning a1 St Rose HillEdelcn Mr and Mrs James Hill an nounce the engagement ot tbefr daughter Miss Stella to Mr Thomas Edelen The wedding wll1takS place at St Rose Thurday Nov 80 1911 rCircuit Court Circuit Court adjourned Moo day and Judge Thurman is now holding a term at Hardinsburg The case of the Commonwealth vs Erastns Holiday which was in the hands of the jury when oar lasl issue came outresulted inahnngjuav The Grand Jury adjourned Saturday after returning 81 in dictments asiollows Grand larceny 1 cutting with intent to kjll 1 seduction 1 housebreaking 1 breaking into storehouses shooting vjith in tent to kill gaming 2 breach of the peace 7 malicious wounding 1 taking properly of another 1 petit larceny ls6Qoting on highway 1 selling liquor in local option territory 8 selling liquor to a minor 1 The case of the commonwealth 1 4 Its A SOuth Bend Come in and set tfiemi If you want a 4 time piece at a pricebuy I i Bends fulllline date Jewelry rA111 WorK GuAranteed ii- t JAS Jo GRAVES i t vs Roland lose Jack Rose And Stanley Graves coloced charged with house breaking were dis posed of Saturday each plead guilty and Jack Rise and Stanley Graves were sent to the Scboo of Reform Roland Rose being but 10 years of age was placed jm a private home H Notice f To The Public We Iwill not open pair shop on Sunday morning and want all orders fo r breakfast msals given the even ing before dinner orders not llater1 than 10 oclock and super orders most be in by 4 oclook Thompson Carpenter PERSONAL Miss Flora Mudd entertained a number of her friends in a very charming manner Friday evening at a euchre party Cherry Hill was decorated forth occasion and the guests en joyed the evening to the fullest extent Mr W B Spears ot Shelby yule Isj visiting here a Mr and Mrs W H Leach man haVe moved to Springfield Mr Ed Wfilett of New Alba ny r is yisiting his parents here Mrs Sallie VahArsdale of Lltsey is spending the week with her daughter Mrs JRNoe Mr Abram Sydnor of North Carolina a has returned here for the winter to resume his position with the Springfleld Tobacco Warehouse iPublic Sale J I will on SATURDAY NOV EMBER 11 1911 at two oclook pmoffer for sale to tbe high est bidder on the premises about one mile south of Chaplin Nelson County Kentucky tract o- frdtontatn1oabouv 50 acres situated on a good turn pike convenient to churches and school and a desirable home iin every way This farm is well watered contains a comfortable dwelling house good barn good well and cistern and necessary out buildings The farm is now mostly in grass and will be sold on easy terms At tbe saitie time and place I will also offer for sale two good brood mares well broke one goon much cow tight Cheats and all my farming implements and alba few articles of household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of saleI Anyone desiring to look at the premises are invited to call on thel undersigned who will take pleasure in showing them the pUce Mrs Jennie Cokendolpher A Halts Breadth A halrj breadth Is 1710000 of an inch For the purpose qf such fine and delicate measurement tool makers nse what II cUed micrometer calK per The halfVbreadth Is something that has to be taken Into consideration in the mnufacture of a thousand and oni things In the machine makers art Gl se calculation of this sort must be done pn the doors of bank vaults for example where every part must fit to tW nicest dcgreeffapers Weekly Gone Pralns Be What has become of the oldtask toned mother who used to ask her imall daughter to recite for cow pany Cleveland Plain Dealer rwi IIRQGAM iH4 1 tt OF TRE 4 I 4 TUREEACT FARCE COMEDY tALL A MISTAKE iif- it tAtThe Opera House SATURDAY EVElG NOV n Z 4i 1 44i Japanese from the OlNkiBuegqe irt- PLAALL it A MISTAKE Acta I II and III CASTE v r Capt Obadiah Skinner a retire i CapttiW1J cis MpniKbmeiy 4 Lieut George Richmond his nephewThoj Ray 4t Richard Hamilton acountry Rentleman Wm Hodgens eta Ferdinand Lighthead neigfhborp Wra Davidson 1Nellie Richmond Georges wife1 Bertha Hunter w Nellie Huntington a fnendrJ JMabldaEdeJeh W Cornelia Nellie Skinner Obadthhs sisterldaBeam- w Nellie McEntire a servant Annie Montgomery itJ- wv 4f SPECIALTIES 4t1 Song and Chorua YIf t01 DuettWben Its Moonligbtox The krarnek+ W Indian DrillNumberofGrls Bertha Hunter Joe Montgomery JII QuartetteTKo3Ray SEDavidsoni WmHbdgen8P J Montgomeryi + Tableau f Jv Washington County Gives MajorityForr Ticket The Democratic party is again vie toripus not only in Kentucky bit throughout the nation Old Kentucky rolled up a magnrficient raajorty of 80 000 for the old war horse of Democracy JaB B McCrearv In this county after a hardflght John A Polin defeat ed Marshall Duncan by 108 votes Mc Crearyi earned the county by 88 votes The Republicans have only about 26 rep ntaliyes and senators In the legislation which assures the election of Oltie James to the U S Senate Owing to the faCt of going to press soon after the election and as alt the ballot boxes have not been returned to the Clerks office it impossible jfor us to give the official tabulationjof the votes in Washington county this week 1IHillsboro 1iMr Geo Keeling and family spent Sunday with Irs daujghter Mrs Lee Settles Mr L M Clerk and vjife spent last Monday aft rnjion with Mr J M Stields and family Mrs Hartwell Etheri u ton- Miss Bell Birch Mrs John Und Brastus Parkin spentTuesdaj with Mr John Armstrong find wifeMr J M Shields is no betjter Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Sunday with Misses Rena and Kettie Keeling of Willisburg- Mr Perry Rubv and family are spending several days with Mr J M Shields and family Mr S G Red ijcks andj family spent Tuesday with jief lather at Valley Hill Those who dined at tthe home of Mr and Mrs Ed andby Sunday were Messrs rastus Perkins aud family Jolin Armstrong and wife Messrs Raymond and Earl Barr like and Clarence Parfsb and Mr Gamble Mr Walter Hanby was in Willisburg Saturday afternoon Mr Clarence Derringef fa spending is spending tiiis week with his father near Haitian Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent IJ lit Hit Et last Monday night with J her sister Mrs Ed Hanby Mr Montgomerv and the Misses Montgomery spentJas week with friends and jolatlves at tbis place Commissioners Sale iC Mudd Admr etc Plff vs J R ONeal etc Dim andlorderCircuit Court rendered at the October tem 19l1in the above to1offerMONDAY NO VE MBER 27 191 1 at 2 oclnck p m err hereabout being ccuniv court day to the highest bidder upon acrpdtt of six months the following de scribed property towifj Af tract of land situated in Washington county Ky On the waters of Cartyrights creek known as tbe JIattMock placa containing about 2 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties mnstr execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply wvh these tarms C EBOSLY M C W CC f Commissioners Sale RT Best adjnr etc Plff- Hubert Best etc Df ta By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1911 in proceedtcdoor in Springfield Kf on MONDAY NOVEMBER 17 1911 Lat oclock pm or thereabout being couutycourt day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following de scribed property A certain tract of land situated on the head waters of Little Beech Pok In Washington Co Ky near Jensonon and recently occupied byGeo Best deceased containing 41k sc es For the purchase pri e the purchaser or purchasers with approved security- or sureties must execute bond bearing epJ interest from date or sate until Ipaid and having the force ndeffect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to compy promptly with these terin C P BOSLEY MO W C 0 Eye Strain Of all the misfortunes that could fall a human belnjf the loss of lght Is prdbably the greatest and yet no organ of the body is so constantly abused as the eye The trouble Is eyedoesIn all near work as in reading writ jug sewing etc the eye is acUTely engaged as well as the hands and brain and that the eyeonly 1s attest whoa looking into space or wnen clqaid Dally Thought In the center of the worldwhirl daysdwells 1 J jIj I t r t Ladles and Childret1Shoos1new 1 and Trimmings Big stocikOu f IIShoefwarm Underwear for each ic 7yDre8I I lf J I f4I1 +1 o V T if4bIJr Vfcr I NeckwI4EII i i1- 4I f 94 and IO4vSheetings Ready made Shleets nd PilLow Cases Table Lihens Napkins and Towels Bleached and Brown Cottons Calicoes and Apron Gitigham I CALL AND GiT PRICES a VJfC I See that lot off Boys Suits we are sellingg att Ha IIprJcesforbuy a t single tem cntnypusee our stock and IfPriceIwe buy are going tosave you money this season tz i t I GQI 1ti oiL rS L Tt ii i o 11 People Have Done by Dicingi The horse ct W hoEs and sheep died ihe childs dog and cat died and they cryed but when your clothing is dyed von will be happy inside and outside because you had your work done by one who knows how to dye and he can be found en Main St on the North side uso auis eic afr psfl made tq Older chi jne uudi pressing of all kinds done by thDltt Springfield nityTailor P W Baumbauer Prop For the Rich If thou art rich tbeashow the great peas of thy fortunate or whatia bet ter the greatoeu of thy soul in Ute meekness of thy conTertatloa Sterns 1KSmith Pre C P Gdjode Vice Pres M L Simrhs Sand Washington Goufitv Tobacco Co TeaII i Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco j Charges 15 cents per hundred4weighing f t fee and 2 per cent commissionP I JT Free taproom and shed room for all customersTV I All tobaccos carefully sorted and regraded by expert handlers If you want aisquare deal and bt possible service bririgryour tobacco tu R L1lolltgomerySi1ir Cawpbe1- Gent Manager i r Auctioneer r W M M tr kJ I rH 4 33tt r i TOe14 PUIThVDA1W 1I I4Ii j if Icifr SrI I Oui Ice Cream orders must be in tt i pt Saturday evening ig Ine deliverltrd pn Sunday morninjer I f MELIiOURS 1 Qi 1jlE i Breakfast from 7 to 830 Eijner 12 4 139r c t Stfpier 6to73O 4f- I1I th1llg Sold aLRountain 1 f I f Z ERAtDHKRILJEN J I ii L f1I PUB L 1CI SAtE 0 1 r I r gFo Land Stock Crop 11fh I 4iarthing Implements etc jn order to settle the estate of Mu4a1issaEeytop dedwillea Saturday November 1 8fL 0 atlo oclocknM ot the Tate reosidet c of Mrs MalissaPeyton near iihe SPrinfieldjand PerryviUe highestidder fii 132 Acres of Land1 irt rwc fin e Work MO Jes 1 work hhrse iib Mare andColt 3 ext WheatLotof i ias good as new and of fine quality This farm is on Pleasant Runia the b stBurleyfO aeetioa j 1 ofthe State and is very fertile in high state of cultivation an4lMM 1on it oneof the best tobacco barns in the county There ja bostIS ff1acres in grass balance in cultivation No bettor opportwity THUjk pfferid In years to someone looking fora desirable faratthtie a money maker and well located convenient to school sMeoekis tand In lJplenUd neighborhood 1 TERMS oF SALE On personalty all sums ove1O aeIi L LSIX hsu4The trlaleFor full particulars call pt premises or address tJlfoPtih 7 j iAJ J B PEYCQN AdmitC or GM THOMPSON rr ir 1 r SIEINGFJELD V i rrr j t i I jI numeuts 11 It Ifiin need ofinytkig m tM Iiw Tombstone onunieDts erCeery will pay you to seour rtpr llffitbUPr f t JlllhJfYerlt 81 i I NewAbay1 rI It tLchr4prvo E iDPDMA z r T U rw I 1j rt t t i r WtLb KIDS 0tA AMINO Pi h l JIIIItrlj 1e eGioet Ud led himto- 1fpoctheZ1 I Iiaged Ida 10 Jrkrivii b jut TtU iud from a Mpt to the C BO that at successful Ial- dViqHWM aot tkei wjie xi p Hit in search ra p air tic OPId1 ot wbkh t cs iity II hadioui s tpt thrss L Hlkr watre JYilJi1I11r6I ralaos was apty it nrstfia waaaered Bfr to Regaf l a iitia taHckwltk a younr sier Ibtuig fcttlag a rope about jjh ttfla eadeaver tt capturi the itJII Jto baekSV Be H preaeMy Jae only aiaa waaufeas rtc rMa a live white Jt MaSI 1JIUa ter- ii JIK ad JiMw at a weaierful gait u1I1 trytwasIiEIbhIt its satire cease and nIrr k Sibuskes 1fW itM Groan fIM jia fly torn outs back His I adbo4 1 rrrat4 aid hisiat loftc th object ofIbl1bripc E ktsaa more philoi r S aM a1yif1sM4ad I kM a darned Ine 74sau1Mor AeiicassI HAKtt port S AUE l MaiMic saakM for a living Is the i epMt at xIcu lnSaa AIlo i to to ft cj who Jka4s a rrsiarket r rept1l4ehel Commercelmipeumsi scsstta iThe sMkee are 1017 weight and firpeelBI ol rattlers 25 ft 1 ie jalC The Mexican viigjj tiM ways ef satyaVsg a rattler 44 e Is aueht by pjacias a eta1boIdIsg1t4owiwtI1 iilfelc evi Its bjodr Jut back thf saga eaOlty grasp It aaielyt aaf eito a Met Young ratr tiers art grabbed by the iM xlcan wtU t haM and dropped Into a sack Witaewt HslBg the forked sUck la isatcaiag water moccasins the but wesIMo ihe stream carry iaira iiwklck is droppefl Into theiwatdr i froat ttake fnake sad jjulled 11 asH swlsu through Small mocca J elsa tilk aI1 rattlers he catches2 aWik JaI bads ttl trf VALJALOMiOIW NOTE iiIr r naUl iaaceiitexcIuthyj f ILa M tot rteeat years says the Kan t v 5 saf Qty Star At the Rlggs National l J aaakSjii IVasWnrton there 1IClfel1 t i l 1orecScIItHrs teU tMa staryr One winter BerBJmr Beary Clayj flndhig himself Ja uei et aeiey went tq Hakl L a vasW for the theR1ggsI e4 hti pcrsoaal note He S taat WitH Jate credit was perfectly rne It wata Inflexible yule of the bask to reaulre an hidprsen The I aIreat sUti lan Shunted up Daniel W jbUr aad aslced him to Indorse r n the note With pieaure said W trJ But I need so1tionoy 1j1 nil Why JietBafcke your note five a4rWTJind you and J will spill w rfr TWs Ua ycUd And today the Botefls hi the Rlggs bank unpaid r 0I AJ PEABANCC OF LAKES JWaetae Ute globe on which we wei i gradually drying up or not Is avviKMtlpa that has been inuch de aatwii mpent dUcoveries In Central astothI have replied that t1e observed phsMostB are simply periodic cbaaJH J3r falser of Zurich chain PIOM the sjinnatlve view on the crowali that a number of European k have jcertainly disappeared with li tJatJut 250 years The Canton Off ZurJcbTTtor example had lfj lakes Iuter of a xeatury ago and only 76 tH nittoJ of Germany and Russia 1U1eirC1 JIICHELIEUNiSt t KateMften who take their dismissal wlSftHlaor are so rare that one of wkivMr leuHdenerBorton tens in teofHenrykoft ornnieaiOratlGL j TLe Due dTBternca had fallen Into HHcfa orc with King Henry DnCcpdI littkf eat stafreiseydjriie Louvre bsiet lUchtllwt ascjatlng 4II fthere anything new taking plaeef th cardinal Indifferently ial1c L othng returned the duke er dqwnlllx a1oa r WAKES DAINTY JAB01J ETTY OI NIAMENT DEflNEEI jLEWOMNCAN FASHION j mII Outlay fer Materials fts All thi Ex ndlture RlrHOnly a Few Yards ef hack and Cof ert NIhb4rHeSdd IiA dainty Jabot which will be greatljf aifialrea by her school girl friends ca4 be made at small expense by the girl tsorbtackkaots or buds made of satin rlbboti la pastel colors For the foundation- of ihe jabot use ORe and onequarter black velvet ribbon onehalf 1zpsotf i which hiay be bought for Jabot With aUdW Finished 1 en cents a yard First measure off piece long enough to go around tl- iecover a collar allowing a maj jln for pnnlngand lay this piecte aside for use later With the r aaldder f the ribbon make foqr iloops two ot them one and onehat Inches long and the other two one iinch long and arrange there loops to orui a stiff bow A long piece will be leftl which should be cut Intp three of varying lengths and the e sewed firmly to the back of the loops tto form streamer ends It Is pot nece sary to have a piece of ribbon crossing the loops as the buds conceal this space The buds are made of satlnfacqd rlbbpn onehalf Inch wide which can usually1 be purchased for five cents a yard Each bud will require thr e inchesi of r light shade and three of ja dark shade of tile samejcclpr Oqe color may be used for all the buds but a variety of tints gives a prettier IIIsame Jabot To make a pink bud for example tbelighta4dhreacd sew them together with cut edg s 4 nder Beginning with the darker edd and ieidfijg r youollwith neat stitches of Bilk aayo rpjll i deh4enthe surface of the bud As you 4p tothaketo prevent raveling tcthdobudaaand attached oeacb one Grebn liSused Itoltightly thi sewing silk and the bud Id set upon this leaf arid attached with iinvisible stitches Six buds two of each color are usjed for one Jabot Fatten one bud of each color to the end of each streamer turning cut edges orthe rlbb up under the bud Th other 4htee buds one of each cor1re grouped loopbowsJJ fastened in place the strip of velvet ribbon which was first cut off may be see firmly at the back of the jabot to serve as a means of fastening It to the collar if It Ja desired to warthe Jabot on top of a chiffon rosette this atfip will not be needed and Ihe lleligth may be used to form additional bows and ends The Illustration glees an Idea of the completed Jjabot Equal quantities of tincture of hen zoin and glycerin are excellent fox the complexion For heat and Itching of skin cam phor added to starch powder wilt found soothing beI When the hand Is injured by Ing pr In any other manner the finger rthgz should at puce be remove as serious results may follow If the land should swell If one fears draught from the penI window In the bedroomhave the aJstrip of muslin and keep the window jipen the year round A serviceable addition to thInvalfds work basket Is a horse shoe magnet fastened to a ribbon or ta je of sufficient length that it can be dropped 22fl ttio pick up cit i Jh I V iIli I IJ VXt J IL Pirces FavoriteI Prescriptioiit oldiscuestthe1IIiIYtleeei PTSA sLefiase ad skilled seciaiist in Ju Sr WeIMII Aks ask of tee System w orBaT etd noelcoboi I fl It cad which r t Wai MimsLt H IJ JY gee that ha t 1riIIt t nwr le4lieat nntf =taIII oL g t0 hL Lif rL jJ Jr 4I4 tIMisLs eIers syeiywhes sad say eairr wim hunaek bsuit Saks MafLt of orSsadsst i ieM es thieeeiide druggist Yr- 11 is tjINt SOd Dr1 Piecess s4r ieietaken yoe ei s owe siik S e r L5r est priks 1Jj s 5 III WhIt e m frr 4 1 r 2 Buys Kitchen Cabinet cooking with your stoops for eyerythlolcWitb place kItchen implements THEIR womenwho harder glass shelves diShes Large biscuit base large aroundti Large Ibsof CiCia and buy this handsome convenience You cash This BARGAINS tw FUR ITUREJ GS PET Etc 5 I We own and operate the j store Louisville and Control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country and do the largest Ibusiness in the South YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with no where you live we you just the same terms of cash or credit that tye give fc our thousands of regular customers right here at home To show you how fair we are and how much tye appreciate the trade good people awho do not live iJ Louisville WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come into our stores WRITE OS TODAYand tell us just what woula liketo in Furniture Baby Carriag Gocarts Refrigerators Stoves Car Linoleums or Mattings andwe replyBy mail giving you full particulars the wonderfully low prices we can make and easy terms will be glad to give ABSOLUTELY t UAPANTEE every afticlewe sell and thingthat not exactly as represented taken back and the refunded cut and in the COUPON in tis adand IT US TODAY COUPON IfI and would ularaasto tTILE LARGEST laOUSEFURNISHERS fKENTUCKY rreigbt O- f5CCrrtWIillllnC Ar pd The Irony Street Cars There are queer people in this Nevi York citY ot yours said visi trth other evening was onn Broadway car and near the front door sataoung manjJt aasU1 and wet and the young man was notJ corn fortahlo it was plain He bCcam rmore uncomfortable ijrejrmTnute some one went outtheront door for It was aJjvaTis left Each time andrbecameIHe had dbno this dozen times or mogwhdn ho fund seat In the raid hue of the car Then to astonish ment every person who went out that front door carefully closed it after him There was no reason to be hove that Ihere was general con spiracy against the man yet am sure that he not understand tIin France IAviation aeroplanes has be proporUonsfIn France A year agoj one maker had sold over 250 machines and oth era had bookci large orders Since then new manufacturers have entered the field and the has grown tremendously All the manufacturers Issue handsomely illustrated catalogues of standard sizesandij types ot stock machines Each manufacturer has from one to ries and cachTils school for the In struction of Intending buyers and of profeselonal aeronauts For about 1000 francs one can to fly and obtain pilots license A year ago those schools of Sight had graduated over 400 pupils Today their monthly output numbers scores IField Yields 70000 Gallons of Syrup Seventy thousand of syrup ig the estimated of cane field In Grady county Georgia The crop is now made and grinding will begin as soon as the weather turns cold The average height of the stalks Is seven feet and the estimated Is 700 gallons per acre Columbus cor respondence Atlanta Constitution BulldngThe dditiori pracIspeed as the present offices are congested thatcletks ebadlyof the prdvln Ia1gqvemmel tebuildingrlglnnlstructureUmodi1111mproVelIients when the idfurnished outInoutlay may reach i26006b and thatBrltIsh cO llumbia J11entbutJdings No Chance for Poor Man Itell 4forta ary inkkq Is meet lfdonttkrThv where Im golhff lltbisYout cimo nithat ItIfor my wlfeff winter hat and my tickets to the postseason ball jramea J O The off is lessened by half this cabinet in kitchen Saves you of steps and by giving you Place everything In No should hi without one The MEN modern tools and for work The work much should hVe the same This fine kitchein cabinet is made of solid oak nicely l in gOld n color To has doors for e three drawers slides ttt under drawers on one de and flour bin holding 59 d on othea side strong castors that make the cabinet ea to qiove You can kitchen cabinet for 1325 delivered freightjpaid at your home statron may 2 baJan on epsy terms to suit your or all cash just as you like is jjust one Etbur many IN g in matter and give of J you buy p or pets return of the we you Ve any will tj5 out fill mail TO j 1 like A Ijare full panic i p t IN PJI d t open i a a hlsf a young I could three facto learn a gallons yield a yield a enc r a have n board e 1His1 Unusually Strong Drink Had nut Ono Drawback rs T sstlmony of ConfirmedCTopefv v Assemblyman Brennan author of the Brennan cold storage law said trfe othjEP day In Albany to the Journal cnanA recent examlm tlon of the cold Storage plants in New York city fishowedalone there were stored pounds of poultry ai d neat t 9fcheese500000 cases of eg This food should be labeled aa tqepubUcffesh food For Isdt fresh food and though It looks ill right its taste lla all wrong except to such people as pre blessed with he palate of Jim Jimison explalpedItha4aI way One evening Jim stopped at tavern for adramj tossed it off departed calmly put after he wAs gone the tavern bener jJ that in place of applejack had gfirl en Jim a drink out of the acid bvemdigrlsbottle that wa kept to clean tho The tavernkee pihis unspeakable tislef Jim dropped In for another drari before breakfnqt apparently none tto worse for hit dose of poiSon Jim said the t ivernkeeper what did yoU think of At2xt appleJack I sq1d you last night Oh It was lie stuff said JII1 gd warmin stuffl onefaultmy whiskers afire t MAY BEAT PEERS cOcr Performance of Uh an on Half Milo Track Leads He rseman to BesfrJeve New Mark Is Likely lUblans204 oyer half mile track Is m performance terlzdthQnequrter30 hsecondsbothersands final one In 303j econds Possibly come other trotte will that vwilttrack record set byj Uhlan but It willp tfdt hi soon 11Il some day year wa1tes an attempt t lower the worlds- recorctfor trotters bver a wile track I Idelter of bit it is safe to srthat opinion on thd subject is vastly different now than jit was before theI ojInBefore that It wai generally thougttt he might beat the 5 Of Lou DU otbcfwmuchdaughter of Sidney fttqg when silo fd the assistance of s t Taker drawing a Supct u iia4eP with dust or dl sbieldOn of the men who did n1I ed Vblans shen performance onvlnce him p othtrtier t t I r r Cash This I5lid Omit I t v drudgery convenient thousands Its ftntshc1 o J largq us right Rugs wjill money j to I enterprise y 7300OQO 45090110 discovered he sulphuric a conjecture pecedIng a Gol ec QCI Qefj QUEUE COSTLY TO CHINESE Figures Show How Much Money Would Be Saved IMt Should Be Abolished The present movement in China for encourjft t what a saving It wilt be to them It seems the combing and braiding of the queue takes very day fteen minutes of the bbs hours of every man in China and perhaps 1 twice that much of the barbers time Although time is cheap in China it fBi worth onthe average at least 5 pence Ia day and so ovefy mans queue costs him about a half penny a day Multi ply this by the numberof males above 15 In the country say 100000000 and by the number of days in the year and you get about 73000000 Besides this cash value of tire sayed the actual cost of the material used- AIape every year by each individual on queue cOrds etc is 4000000 per annum for the whole country It is also reckoned that the queue shortens the life of a mans coat or gown- by about onQtenth and another 000000 wouldbe saved on this head There would be other economies ut o these1 alone would mean a saving of 81000000 a year Jt seems the wearing of the queue is quite a modern thing It was insisted on In 1C44 by the Manchu conquerors and was resisted to the death by many Chinese patriotB Just as many now probably would resist Its abolition UP TO SANTA TO MAKE OODj Ono Cleveland Youngster Is Out This BeiDavid Monroe son of A F Mon enthuseIyoung playmates sp o upon some such mode of conduct as hall insure a visit come Christmas exactlyIthe German saint have been rudely dispelled Giving vent to his disappointment llast year over what to his childish mind seemed a slight In the number of is presents his father handed him a right halfdollar bidding him put Ini his stocking and await results Maybo hell come back vas Ills ad ice In the morning David found In Whichwasnappointment lPOp he asked what do you BUP becazof that half dollar I Why said the elder Monroe shamelessly I suppose Santa took itt thekld afollarRaymond Stotters Ys Santa Claus is an old fraud blmselrthJsBreaking a Wisdom Monopoly Imf afraid the country suffered a great loss when they failed to sand our eloquent and able friend back to congress Not at aJl replied 8ena or Sorghum The sense of the plain oPlO again prevailed Why shouldi the lecture platforms be robbed AJjitt the brainy men may beassembledto listen to one another where instruc ion iff superflUous I ORIGIN AND MEANING OF NAMES f ISusanI I I Paul is Latin the Small One Clara is Latin the Bright One Lionel Is Latin is a Little Lion SupplanterHugh Gilbert Is Saxon Bright as Gold Ernest Is Greek the Serious One Martin is Latin the Martial One Lucius Is Latin the Shining One VictoryFlorence Sophia Is Greek and means Wisdom Sarah a Hebrew dame means Princess Peter is of Ldtin origin the Rock onJ2eArabeUatar Rosamund Is Saxon the RUse of Peace Caesar Latin name jmeans Hairy Man Agatha is a Greek name the Good One Isaac a Hebrew name mOans Laughter f k 9UveTrLucy Is the feminine of the Latin Lucius Edit and Editba are ax nHapplnesa 4T I1Quglass Is Gaelic signifying dark Daniel Is Hebrew meaning God Is Judge James is of Hebrew origin the Be gullor Ruth is Hebrew and means beauty CHINESE CUSTOMS It is not dlfflcUlt for the western mind to make mistakes as to what Is decorous behavior in China and at NIngopotherewas recently much consternation tor it appeared as though two distinguished foreign vlsitt Ors were being taken away tostret the extre trie penalty of the law These individual hired two of the native sedan chairs and whether the roofs highiscoolies to take pff the tops The coolies refused and the visitors did It for themselves and wondered very much at the excitement with which speclah1ygate of the city Later on they learned that to ride Ina roofles sedan chair was the distinctive mark of a criminal going to decapitation and as the usual place for such punishment was near this particular gate the popu lace had imagined that an execution of most unusual characte was about to take place THE WORLDS DEEPEST HOLE The deepest hole in the world pp to date Is the boring begun ten yearJigo at Czuchow Silesia with the ofiject of attaining a depth of 2500 meters and which has now reached a depth of 2240 meters 7340 feet The bore is I 44 centimeters In dlatoeUr at the topl and diminishes progressively to five centimeters Measurements ot tetn jJerature have been made regularly At 2220 meters the temperature Is 834 deg C 182 deg F This gives a 1 geqthermlc degree amount Qf des cent corresponding toa rise of tern perature of 1 dog C of 318 meters The change of temperature does not tI1roceed unlfonnly lit fas an Inter sUng temperature inversion occurs between the depths of 640 and 730 f mefft ers where the temperature alls with descent about 2 degrees Scientific American 1FELIll KILLS 250 BATSi After former Commissioner of Mont gomery County D KGraber and Al exonder C Yorke had nearly burned down Yorkes house in an attempt to kill with sulphur several hundred bats iWhlch Infested the dwelling a wan dering feline has during the past two months ext rml ateil the vampires says the Pennsburg correspondent otIthe Philadelphia Record Since May 1 this ownerless cat has spent hour after hour each evening on the porch at a place midway between a tree and the corner of the honse through which open avenue the haul were wont to fly Scores of spectators pawJandby From two to Ave have been killed every evenln The cat ate ber qU rryI andmore than 250 bats werekHled byi tho feline PUNIr Louis N Parker the playwright has a ready wit as was demonstrated at a supper party the other nlght at the fiStMr Parkers neighbor a famous acbbress nodded toward a pretty girl at i the next table and said 1Dont you think shes 8WrUJJfj young tq wear such a decollete gownTn Well said Mr Parker she net tainly Is a stripling j THE COFFEE MtThe other morning at the breakfast table lrt Skiillngs who was in a htghfi lly selfsatisfied mood rcmarkedvtohis b wife vr n What if vere one of those hus bands rnydarWio get up cross in thermqrnlngj bang things Ioqnd and kick because the cotrcllscotd Why i responded Mrs Skiillngs swceetly Ii should makiS it hot for you Yquths cbmpanlqn Ty Cobbs CorrcspohdencetTy Cobb Detroits star player getsp as much mail every day alt a mem her of congress according to the tohimof beauty from boys who pstyle6oasqncTfansthen ilL his pattIng arm would soon bet ieck One morning itt Chicago he was examining his mall Out of the 50 odd communications before nim he took one This letter he said Is the only one that gets a rise out of me Im goingto write to this old fellow He passed the lletter to a friend who read Dere Mafster Cpbb Howyouium S In long My rlspecka to Madom Cobb Pleas sir rite me a line Dose niggers down hero In Mlsislpl says I dont know you and I wantis to show dem yore letter Yores rjspeckful DEN J CKSONI 5 J =ITL IChildren Cry for Fitdbrs t f4 I The ritaYou Have Always Boit i1 aidwdh line bo Tin use for over J30 years barn orne the sIgnMr Jatid has been made uader hid p J 4cm 1onalltl ervistosi MeeIi LwZe L4G5Alldw HO one io Ieetvie 7 mla M AU CoUnterfeits ImitationS and Jut CM4 ate bt i fl1UanftftilRsk Ltpcneat I What is QASTORIA ii Castor a Is a harmless substitute for oanw Oil PaN igqrlc props and SootMHgfSyrHp Ij11 pat itpontalris neither Opium Morphine Jer 4ker ya cs iV 8ul3tnjico Jts ago s1 gtLraBteeltr Mry We t Jvand allays Feverishness It CHre JiRrrlwt a iWiia Colic It relieves Teething Troabl s curea C M4ts fctk a r s jnud Tiatuicncy It assimilates the Po4 refvia4M the Stomnn anti Bowels Ivjng healthy a4 frSHMitJi tjp The ChUdrens PanaceaTizo Mothersi Itrle d r i GENUINE ASTORIA WAy5I- j IJBearsthe Signajtee of 7 t FJJ jtfo i Jz acres ofland located one halfmile from town good 6 room dwel inp barn jand other buildings fruits of nil inds ind well watered pet acre 9VW ngfl new two good barns stock and tobacco acre8Q arO cIVeoced and watered Per 6mnesffrL mPjl1gfield dwelling house good b fine locatIon for st fNo4ff ed good dwelling house stock and to bacco barn1 ga school per acre 7200 No ji 60 acre farm well located ne 10 room brick dwelling clew stock granaryjayswil55 4 No 9 Ife ncrq farm 7 miles from ibl watered acres in grass per acre dwellinglI lastfng siings good weiIr t3lXO o8 acres land 3 miles from own good new dwelling good bani f4Uo0No 9 J05 tides dwelling 6 roams stock barn and large tobacco barn Boijae timber allln fine state of cultivAtion INoIJ j ora IarJ 50 acres of woqdlarid good KHim dwelling stocV barn ansiio CTOI Kfaiavco barn desirabld lodydon 1trahorrieNo 11200acres 2 miles from town good dwelling S rooms stock antI to jacco bat good tenant house good1- and kon tlfiillnhaHnn t Noi32 104 acres located 6 WIfrom pr ngfieldsmln house And baw Iii acres n timber weU water d arwk fenced prIce 250t J No 13 6a to 15 acres T ftlIsfrem- pringfld small houegoedtOb5ee oarn pripe o porcxe fryfpW IDIaulstot Pt nurc cuj4 H in Uc wrangIeB fefets untftr the wit jis A rrsttitlce iNd 14 310 acres pf jS iIvfrom Springfield Soom dSiIS fltock and tobacco bwn tLa s4 fence price 45 per acre 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