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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ill Ii ntiiiitftit fUllltft II- J t IHUt j 4 Ljw t tNEW Ir i 4 SPINGFJELD W SHINGpN COUNTY KEKTUCKY NOVEMBER 22j9lfc IOSPIiId t i 4 1 ThJPWUi 1It1 ThIip4eMuywcoii tr V v HBH QV ivMs olIL LWIr bP0Jat IMm ttt tfcty afcil Mt Jbe fa tbs balaMt awl fMf wtwii the r c l i f Pvu fefeee a efaiJd Mbe rth I1ritari a4 thrift sajt bej Buttle to Joai tfca4 MMetoer jt it so1ttik k ejtr 1o W Hitdl for t j eoiMfml baUkt K- Hie Ja this ntM lu tveify other MeMMtoitj kvtJMU we boys M girlJie JM4 y 4Wf wMakkJUff 111 iritMaOVf a rk toMM- Ho beys are Jfeerfefai this eKy tod ss grow aai Baft oiyt teSbe Ho4SpbOarerfn Maccert Is ua1 tiw111 bks ifiJfeaJtMef aes which w4l1ipstrho flew sayare t ire IFtftiaK ebysUiwI bC lIIIY of d daIvIwJ 4o ibee t th1habib e ig to i IWliel by se haw sasg c G4Tbeisyoe s teI Is ott pert poumuI o takwta wkkW be iiItivMd ow htDtTil9pme1tii i lpoIt tTtlmq 1ifeIeoUIIeed jkatraI WIt so sisvr 0I- t ior iL1 IiM ujotIsIotIi w1Io Wt t4i e1p tM lJit M 1ttoT1 Mdkf Is- KfPtJ Md f is l be ioWto utq Ip tbeIri G94 Brodsbii 01 fiItCo JCIIicUAilM IIJ r JRONM Dftj Byyirtaf tf ntanII i s t iOtrcwlt 1OcrIyled cue 1lLroced to offer far ala Wlto Coict Howw dpopia Bpriagpa KyM OB MONDAY1NOYMBER 271911 atgyoclock pM tberaaboQt being ocanty ourt day to the bgbrV0tLt0 f sIx tha follo ripg de tacribdA tract otiiL akiUed In WaahivgkM cW ty Ybt ibe vaUra 01 Cart Wrights crEek kMw tbe Mitt Mock place dJtcoabiiiagaboat acres I For the puree Price ibe rcbaa r or fiiffebaeeni ifith apfrorid Mcarllr or airetlea ast txacato bN bearing legil 4 tlliIpaM bavj ibe force ud faci a1 a Judcaent Bidd 5we preparM tU coply sLtiaiiji FV6IT M a WCc I Sbctp QarJtiii TBe J rIt wilt be yerj gratifying to Jflardin cosgty efefeep growets- tqjtsow that federal Inspector AJJ FJM iBforaed tbe Kea Mciry Uv ytock Sanitary Bo4rd tM bell recoiom nded the C rail of the quarantiue OB Kentucky abep by April lat Te qvaraBtlB was put on on aceoiiBt of the pftraiexkce of cbis Dr PayjMj m thatim jlooRlt xee t a lew tbia- 4Me had nearly duaagMreA 1Ifa1 Ltb Virgial 1i4HJerw Ia5t- it1at bMasp- SJ t KillltKii1t I Ner9 LSNPS Ws JW yir u bs b- iJS ps1 w r r t w 1 p r 1 1111131 NJaW5i E JJrB jH I J fI Y I 1 i n OT it = p t It a h w t U ti I0 K P j iii u VI s or ac 2 p ja d r ra 0 wW V ee L US 5a4 t si Ii t 1Nier Obarbc Gribbins a yourig Mari mo Mtj couple were unitcdin atarriagc at the county ctetks eAM ITedaesday afternoon und Jadg J A Smith officiated Thsbe1s14 years old KIM Ida Bell and Mr Jesse Pwree a well known and popu lar yoBBg couple of the Knv wtek community were united in marriage at the residenceof the brkk Thursday afternoon Rev E T Still well officiating Miss Mollie 0 Celvio and Mr CJ Col win were united in mar riirctatthe county clerks office oXoT berath Judge J A iMta e ciatlnp The bride is aa aUractiva Young lady of the eW Market neighborhood and iia groom Is a successful Taylor ity farmer MMe Catherine Mnnacd Mr WM D Garrett a popular and prapiiatat yonng couple of the 8 raZor ayiUe sectlo4werp unU 4 a aiarrjage at thEMeihodist PHuriMage in this city last Sat day itv W P bird officio ti Mrs Lizziel OBrieiiot Chica fOJ1dJlr Joho Pf Ureenwel hl of near Coon JBfollow were uni tod in marriage at Chicago on Tiwaday Rev Pettier Werner officiatingl This is the second Marriage for each of the con tracting parties who are promin eat in the communities where they have resided The marriage of MFss Gather IUe Einbra Mills to Mr EA Matiingly was solemnized at th- eO church at Chicago on daymorfling Rev Father N Werner oftciatmg The bride ia a popular And attractive young ady daughter of the late Mr JBaydctt Mi Is of Chicago The grooto is a prominent and weal UittJnt t and suck raiser pf iha PhUlifMibnr neighborhood Tkiermantfriends wish them a oeM happy and successful mar fitd life Large Turkey Crop rPrices Drop T1i key crop Js Reported betheiargestin years and as a teanlt the prite has dropped coMiderably Instead of selling a t twentyfive cents and up tarkiys can now beboughttoiI Ircf i i fteen to ponsdi dressed jTfcej thetree4otdo wrong am read to part wlh on the cheapest terma to any onq who wilt taku It of me ProfesEor Hnxley No Laughing Matter rUtn1UIIkta the wheel now they go broko til UrestP1CkS ItIthink that isuck danger can lie In a kiss aa the papers say doctor Certainly one otmr friends had a terrible experl MM As tbe result ora single kiss lie sarrled Journal Amusant t t1 jNEW 1NDLJSER f 1 Farmers Quit Tilling Soil arid Dig Sassafras Roots Information receired from up in Hancock county is that a nfiwl industry has been found in the pulling up and shipping of sas Sarras roots to a manufacturing contern ya Louisville It is said that a certain extract and oil are tbat1tbehandsomely fur them Many of the farmers of the county who have merely existed heretofore by endeavoring to nICE lout a living by farming have turned their entire attention to the finding and digging oQ sas safras roots claiming that their malr farming lands will now make thorn wealthy Cars have been sidetracked at Hawesville the countvseat and several will be shipped to LouisYilJe within the fewnext days Louisville Timesat Oyster Supper At Bockbridge scbpol house next aturday night November 25th Everybody invited Foit t IIiroveGood Positions 1 A written contract containing resop8ble cQnditions WilJbe given to secure for you a goodI position if you attend rau bon Practical Business College at Nashville Term Paducah Ky TESvansville lador Washington DC 4 Commissioners Sale =+RT Bestadmr etc Puff Hubert es etc Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale ofthe Washington Circuit CoqrC intheproceetHousedoollMONDAY NOVEMBER 2T 1911 At2 oclock pm or thereabout being coquty court day to the highest bidder qt public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the follQwing de scribed property A certain tract of land situated on the head waters of Litlle Beech Fork in Wabhington Co Ky near Jensonton and recently occupied by Geo Best deceased coritaioipg 41J aces For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing untillpaida Judgment Bidders will be prepared to compy promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC W C C RingsInlaundry bag that is to hang flat against the door use brass rings Instead of Ioops for slipping over the nails They wllJ n9t pull out as the loops may Wanted to Help Them Miss Foy George was reading book called How to Propose Without HelenIknew t r mnhW tfrathruA1 Wii OO i O1TION iI I iii Deliveredat the Laying 1 of the CornerStone of the i Methodist Episcopal Church South Spring 5 field Kentucky November 9th 1911 By Rev R EL C Lawson n ftnnn LUI Lnnrnnnxitnnftnitncttnin hhjhkhfchi Most Worshipful Grand jjias ter Craftsraen Ladies and Gen It1eme At the request of the meahers of the Methodisthu rCh of this cpmrannity the Grand Lodof Kentucky has just laid this jcorr nerstone with oar ettonies The strength a structure d pen BytiibOUrjfeer foundation A the Ideal Teacher ever heareth these saying of mine and doeth them he iis like u house upon a rock and the rains defended and the floods tame- nd the winds blew and be It up 6u the house and it fell nuts because it was founded uon a rocEr Take the great building of the EastLhe temples and palaces of the ages past At everyl step through old Egypt Sy riaVj Bat lonia and Persia you arj face Iv o face with a mighty ap e1 and r1IcBhtlter1 the Antiquary Jltanding on the banks of tirE Nile looking out upon te deserts shifting sands stards thc sentinels of the Ages thenightV pyramids Lone watch rs towards Lebanons snowy peaks stand the ruins of old Bad tbec And still livingin the wastes of Mesopotamia are the lonely rtmtiins ot Nineyah tabylorr and Shusban after the r the centuries still speak ilpg elq quently o the past and f i filling the decree of desolation ftpokdn of by the prophet Isaiah The cormorant and the bitte n shall possess Lt the owl also wI thiS raven shall dwell in it shall come np in her palaces nettles and brambles Jin the fortresses thereuf and It shall lie an habitation for I drsonsancI a court for owls I beasts of the deserts shill meett with the wild beasts ofji the is jands andthd satyr shal call his fellow and the uigbl mons ter shaU rest there A id there also shall the great owl rake her nest and lay and hatch a ad bring forth her young ia her s iadoWJ And why this livi2 voice from she past B thev digged deep strong and Iajd cafefe foundations Thus the pyramids stand pn through the milleniums1 J Thus the columns cf old Bnt Itiec 4er fy the onward march o kill con q uerlng TimeIBecause ofr this Nine ihB b1 ylcn ahd Sbusban rjpft ie to jbd obliterated dlthough fulfilling the decree iiIAnd nplejatj Jerusalem OfdeSOlatl01 splendid rock bUilt l fl stajidj ri 1 ifcgSjtill at least her ruins giving mute testimony of the stability bf af structure that rests on a sura foundation bad it notbeenj for ti6 devastirig hand o ata lesion then for all our best endeayors Whatever we would build Itt the foundation be sure and steadfast Itwe wouldj build a nat on Iit jnust Be founded on Noble Mau hooi If we would build Noble Manhood there must bea four r ighft8o struggle against the perils andii alas to which the fieshs heir And as a mighty and table deeprooted and enduring foundation for nigh desires and high resolves and the age long strug gle against perils and sins stands THE CHURCH OP THE tlV r It4GGODSAnd whjftt a glorious structure the Church is today As the glittering golden ruS- ted Dome of the old Temple at Jerusalem flashed the light across the Jordan to the WIle of Moati and over the wilderness to the parched plains of Beershebab j and across the fertile fields if Esdrahelen to the very slopes of Hermon so the Church pf the Living God flashes the light of jjoy truth and Salvation to the veincls of the earth And what is the Foundation off the Church What say ve thatt Lam Cried tbe Son of God as with His Discriples He traversed the foot hills of Mount Hermon Thou art the Christ the Son tof tno Living God said the ready Peter And the Lqrds answer has come ringing down ihrou2b tie ages Upon this rock 1 willI build my Chuichapd the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it IIAnd so then as the stable and sure and eternal Foundation of Gods Living Church we have the Divinity of our Glorious Lord Asa symbolism of Christ the LivingStpne we lay the Foundsll tion of this His Church In the Livipf Rock T Aa we look back ttl ages Kingdom bavelitttitm triTcsw dlll I appearedTbe old prebistor Hittite Empire gave way before the greater Egvptian Canaan itiah and Pheonicun And these in turn gave way before the mightier Hebrew tower And the Hebrew because of disobe dience to Jehovah is destroyed baforbthe allcor quering Chaldean But CaldeBii goes down before the Persian pow r And Persia yields hersef in turn to the king o Greece The Greek weaken ed by luxury fells before the study arm of Rome And Rome rich and effeminate falls before the Saxon hords Thus we see r V J I RC Boblitt Pres I F Bishop VPres JM urgeon Sec an Treaui I = FThRMES = 11 = LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO 141REHJ UA rJE = z 2 r T iINCORPORATED Jrft z o 6 SPRINGFIELD KYI Jt v i FOP1 SaleofI Tobacco Daily inSJ Quantify = Jj J Tobacco kiUfuIIy Handled by Expert TO li oMenI = Jj FREE Stalls for Teams FREE Insurance for the Farmers Protection No ReJection Fees House Well Lighted O t Mr To B Flaughter who for s numqer of years has been in thewnploy of the American Tobacco will beiij our employ this season and willl t devote i t ancfigradingJt f As ah auctioneer wchaveemployedMr A S Jolmson of Durham N C one of the finestln th South and who has had a Sumber ofyears of experience in the tobacco business in this arid other States With this assurance you may expect and irill get the best results that can be had In Stat Z Pattersonq1I Phaup many more Independent buyers New friends and customers remember whatwe have said rcgaiing the tobacco situation and iwll1tII toad your tobacco for market follow the crowd and drive straight to the Farmers Warehouse f ioiffeW JKy and Iit will mean dpllans tOI you 1Jr4 r BOBLITT BJSL1O Gen Managers JIll t i The Far 81S Friends 51LI iI up 1 tthe changing btstqryof aU thipg earhly Rnd an heir tQip No stsible power because jio sure Foundation No real stability because a Nation without God can not stapd And it would be wel for this Sturdy 9iaxon Nation Hthe real descendants of the con becomeIth balan i ngpower t oUbeworlii historybeforeBut aaJfjie kingdoms of the earth have been pasIpg away- whatabouttha Kingdom of GJd1 lITe Dynasty of the King of Istbe one Power that never changes And the eartbly manifestation of that kingdom is theCburchofJesusOhrlsteter nally stable because founded Rbi Plvine Persotfaud Power tbellsbpokNero sang to his h rert the light oft blazing Rome and then ltoJescape the consequences of hisi crime be lighted her ppaciotis squares with the blazing b Ie8- 1tof the servants of God a118ViIICQgl ouming torch of the peecuturlSmithfield was lighted with the fagots that consumed the sainta ofGodThefastqssesofthe Scottisk Highlands were made vocall with the Pdalhn of the exiles eButi Church of God triumphed Peathen Rome became Uhristau tlrtl fqre thy joint d hittleXidth Iworlddeeds of the mild KrtkofJ the Ciosst and hfej plumfe iftiddt lances of the Knighta rrJtrt Temple swept like a flame old Palestine The Valleys of the Voldois be cam againlth9 happy home of ft people who worshipped Oqdl Englar d repudiated her Smtyte field firs and raised a monumea tohermHrtjred hefpesl i Anl all the word has felt fh throb of freedom that goMiIi ri mightiest petujrpm the fico I tish Highlands And forth frofc these fastnesses went the thrill that caused crowns to crumble ard thrones to totter And this mighty powcr the Church of jtSbs Christrbas growp stronger andY stronger with every attack because tier firm and sure Foundation js UJesus Christ the Living Stonejl Ykashels ihestrpngest ihRtl tuticn in the tarh today Bark satbinjw 1 hear th tramp of thet2of n archirig millions They are Uie soldiers of the Cross marching todefaridJ the pure Gospel of Jeans Ohriall What an army thatXJhurch God might raiseif It were Jieoes sary to tight with carnal weap ons Ah millions of swords would leap from the scabbards of the plumed Knights to dftljjhd i the cruse of their Redeemer Nothing in tlIhe vior d biLt 0 been so abused but the Churcjii has been tne anvil tbftthaVNiTPrtJ the hammers out OoldMM mad indifference and careless lirlng among the processed servanteof Ghrist has given the Chnrcb her mos h deadly wounds and 8a tan the old enemy hat nad every art to deceive but in the face oteverytliing sbe liyisI knd triumphs today From Africa the dark continent we hear the voice of praiset From Korea the hermit King dom we hear the tramp of a million feet hurrying tbtbe worship of God Erpm China the oldest k dora hoary wth ageandreek with sin we hear the noise inKf commotion ot a nation off the shackles and setting her face towards the morning And 10 this revolution jft Cbk Iit dees not take i prop et or ttw son of a prophet to rc 4 tbf OB IlwardGhriBt IFrom Christ and Hici aelwe haye aU that siskea worth living ia toH4y Wthing that endures allt aka for mans uplift whjetlwc in gui r mentor learning ci ota philosophY we have ra Hia add Eliiaalone Actuary alt great q C jtoday are fta tla iBjAftOMrt W JesU8 Christ LookattQe trML tthe tipns sad the 1topowew Who has tbs wrct A i 0 QYAtJn BAhK1NS SISt LS l trtlIkaIM J b pzIas it ThE Hq j fI 1 I IrrplIrcra eC f L iu fit UM affairs of the work Ti cbiI4Af n tf nAgdybo pas j Itthrough the Cfaltjan baikpf The voice ot publiC 8entf1t And who isks Plbr lie sentiment The tanking peo leAnd thinking pepple W ill na longer stand for anything thatjjs contrary Jw Him uat Ijaj QyeEven10 any organized chvYch are nio longerl wining to hfear him reviled and abused Yesjfchereare Millions who do qptknOw Himand there are other irtllioos that hate JJ ImbJ 43och s t1s power and the sway of His Gospel alNdng the jaaijlipna that are His rienda that tttcreiit qaestiong o f tbe world are tt1eplin His janffdoiil- Ao4 the earthly aniff taUon of ikat Kingdom is the Ctiiirph of GodtPliBiedon Hia Glorloaa DivfBity ThT Rock of1 Igee iAod the Marseille qf Chrkrteit dom Jia daft t graad 0id- Hyan koeka1A1stet tfottysW IB thee LettewatrM the blood cI r aide vhic1Uoved Bofiinthedbnblecure Says wfropiJtajpJUndJ power 4o hBa Speculatiye Mawng Standing lou Truh sad EAgh eousneee Tine Pescepdanti of the ancient Masons that bnUdgd the Temple fa God we lay this Corner Stone withoar Symbolic ceremonies And as oar Lodges arf ertcted in the name o GQd arid dedicated to tbe old Hoiof tbtf Fai bro we lay this tBJeaua OhrlaVand dedicate it to the Metb dItEpiscopal l Church a noble band df the fiervantkof Godtq whom wejfladlrbid GOD vertIt tOfTrotb and Rightenua 1oessattIhotJesu9t rf Sj mIly Cocanogbr et PHIs 1 DfqI By virtue of a Jttdgmen aa glb ofdtrofsil of tboWaofoffiotl CircpitUdart reiidred at thiel 0JCtyles over for sale at the Court Howie door in SMlMi Ud Kir onl11 t tIwtbeing county court cIsyto tbejr highest and beat bidder Atpab ltol ucto sport a crsthtof atXI IaJdj J Aeir4tk tiact 4saieate tllqt ia WaIuIaeMyI Ki aoIij the wabers of tAtui secb borl L about i1aarf lucaowadower ot4ciBjF boat IH eI This traM h4 se buildIla I rispand I IJ ia ffo Fot tbe ptsWl pi Lb SI prckhsea percbseisp wk itt C4krky qr ih SE- ite bOa4KiJIsiisui from e ot aa IMlil paWnd jlit UM flJffect ot Jae R4d rV4ill b c mpl lPf1Y wth L O JJOOSt4 O W O J L =id A41EV I V fr tAIsf 1a w t a PsIai rOte Soapsact LIs I t BSCRIP7JOlt 7 t r tSJ iM 1 1J iMfl1 r 1 I l j a Lnto c t MONDAYOYMR71 tr llf w a1 yiiaor Rifi Pui5rS1aop stTSd eRichrpbuWith the Fcau4gStWUlUt utely in theprisoer Aor Gov Mann jfcodajr dsct to grant tf repiUa Beattie fr oetka The regualofUGy t Intrertwith whlch U4 S5pv Monday 4R 4 le sj5tjrrigbt aiean that klpip fll d iq in the electr e4r i3M Penitestizy e4Myh1Noveioer 24 Big aw4bMuliqa34e 7 oday a t expctzy sac wordfro His krayhard ber rj IbfjpKiB IB sr1taaSwho piotlhd I apa1 hal a1ieuI- ertd the ois4rsNiqia Ms irnuis It straM t E t a ubsNssu L1b1L I a t t 4 11b4MvwasUpniftjI r 4PUjShIS Inorer wiaap 1s4t R Arnold weiU e SItIrday Oeca 1Il1r at 2 oclackpas O tbe prerpises se k1ai 4MaevUle gyiMscku11e ad- pt e qer br 5a14b tjIMabidr the Ia kaiaaL RC Aq IIai tf it food d scco btrn iad kl- pvUtitldtBgb t AM tW Mlk high staeo1u uI aa IeVe0ieattOCbeIiSse 4j5clioqi AU oo i f tIs lss Ith c siepb sety Twuof 4sash7 wired IOCMMM Msaseat6ue b It IWf wL hSwyd o3aid isetevaPiis d pse ff- nd M sr dL c L j 4- ss i NI e- lLty w Ysr1 s bay 4 fres tbmte s T i 2T1 ET j iiit 11LwsI jitLt1ICY hjz PTUJPr7ilIL1 r II JfcHfOUtf I BttortAwl Publlshers 1 tl TMV Wil f TIM Wtz nansi go srem to be tkof ny of the rat6aHeNO the present time Ikur4thatthQ peed1- essraooiooebyft ItCould f bs by s international 0Mm uLArbLtrtioiWeIieve tM to 1atii thiilc it will 4I Mtinp the jur e Jn which su h e rt KMlllAUrtd nnd dlh U wkJi fttQgK uubutity bai arL rt4 1INt1y Jllsi pred CIL IcSof1ife1 Some wars Kfe M at occasioned by offend id iifMtj and excited national 2 =iBright ttermed man 1 fP h too often it is cold boo4d murder ag wnere hiMr k deliberately planned in i Mid Wood for the purpose of illi I Wt p M iawsfor the Vprs Ti tpoi ei cripvbj in iTidu J 4m ad irlwft the civilized na Wiiie Wt formed a court for the prtVaitao 6f national eriraea iit will Ite the greatest triumph b UM world ka ver seen iff IB nattier column of this isI H appcftr the notice that the Ht John W Lewis and W 0 MeCfcofd will address the citi 01 Wshibscounty on tjvjeet of good roads on c Ce tyCJo rk Day m this month wel ii sxt Mowday This ja a subject of vital im- pI1sstcxeverypersoninf the t coty whfavorto1I-sriigA the iosdSor not i At tbic msg jeieasures will fct propwwd which iit behooves lit to bear so when the matter = ip foravote they wilt I kbV what is proposed tor be dc V The plan is now in its in tls s4feaditi8 well for all+ to becaJ acquaInted with itJnl 1tSIfl1i 7 t q r LiUcy Hp 1r Xia Lveslj OCpnnor spent 1C ueok IDdWlth MISs Mayme DcBeUt lMIse Jennie Leachmah and EmaJidmi are vishing Mics- Ma ff Thompson t MiaaEmma Polin spent Wed needy with Adeline Tyillett Mrs Kate Moran entertained the following ladies one day last week Meadamea TAD Shehan E B Clarkson T Baker A B IfAlkcr HB Leachman and Mi8 ea Grace Shehan arid Susie EdgeOu t tingLmends at Fr d fIck burg this wteifr i K Mriind Mrs Joe Polin and son est SuUdiy with Mr J 0 PoliO and famUy k JYI Sara Reed entertained a lewif the young folks at dinner i fifupday week V Jliii lievenia OConnor Spent Tiaesday night with Dr and Mrs J H Hopper V- vI Misses Harvey Vale and partat1 j 111190 I Miw MaeP9Qoelly sp nt 4 th rrM ot laabweek with Missp IAWarOCOnnor XDL LitieV eS day with her daughte Mrs JIMartin Miss E izabethogsd visited 8 P0111F i iMr Calvin Caldwdll of Citicih oat is visiting his father mt this place Mrs Ati Tb pstr bs rt turned hojiiefter aqeeks visit i1iet dauBbter MyS a- T mpSOiJ ot p 1n ld HlIlsbOrC l 1 Mr Walter aanbylspe SaH urdayand Sunday wltb his sf ter Mrs Johnnie Matherfey of near WUlisdurg C J MrO 0 foster and family Mrs SaUieTerrelli be Goiter and family Rey kAV Sims and Johnnie Jenkfns all spelt sun day with rj MShieldsi and family Mr John Crow and family spent Saturday and Sunday with rieuds and relatives in Polin Mr Clarence pearlnget and sister Otmey spent the latter part of last week in Spencer coujhty Mr 4 M Shields is vecZlovT at ttfis writing Mr an JJdBanb spent Saturday jand iSunday with Mr lErAstusPerififisjand family Mrs Tolly Griffy dud her two children spent from Saturday until Monday with her father Mr Elmr and Dolph Hanby spent Saturday and Sunday witii Mr Torn abby and family Messrs Will Dudgeon and Wali ter Hanby spent last Saturday and Sqnday at High BrIdgeIf Mrs Catherine Tatiim still remains with Mr JM Shields and family tM drslil tie dacghter spent Thursday anH Friday with her father Johil Armstrong ltraoaM1s JohnPerkfns spent last Wednesday with Mr J M Shieldsl and family Miss My rte Armstrong spent last Tnursdaywith her sister Mrs E Perkins Letter From A Juryman t TheVollpwing letter signed Iii ryman was received at our office last week Mr Edtor There is complaint general among juryjnen who have served assuch in thedifferent terms of Circuit Court for some time past that their verdicts as letur ntTeourt in the various Chm mon wealth cases are neyer carried out Especially is this trte in cases where jail sentences are reported We are not aware pf iny failure on the part of the O- fficrspfihe t 6qurt to collect the- ot sbut imprispinmenfcin a ma jorityof cases t isn thing of th6 past or else to be applied only in t casesot ignorant negroes Has anyone except the Governor right to set aside the verdict of a 1 jury Itsti we would like to h4ave you publish the law Jhiear lug on the subject for the i for ation of a l genumof your reaaersCIt sejim rS farce to bring to 0et for several weeks 24 jurors on the fpay roll of the State and then fhuUthpfr verdict set aside by some one and never carried out iIf therfris a law for this pro bringtitlegislatnre and try to have som modification of such a law If L = rr r i7 y1 4I EcZAZ r SALE 1 t ii I I 4 LADlE Ii s REABYTO= WARII ffi fIfiI f t I 4 I We have just eceived a nv lot of Womens and Misses Coats in black and blue serges storm sferieWinbi aftd black Novelties in tiins brawns blues and grays AT SPECIAL MIDSEASON PRICES iV X l rII r 2 l t Handsome Polo Coats worth up to t2OOOgofor Sf J Handsome Plusft Coats worth up to i 20 oo go for Caracul Coats 750 1000 1250 r andutoI O jMissesand Child rens Coats Handsome Mix1 u es i Plush and Caraculs at Especially Low Prices 1 w441 4j l5 l The has1 bsen arranged thfe Educational between Divi sioh No3 ano4 County held atTatham Springs Friday Dec 1 AM 830 Song Nearer My GodtoThee Devotional Exercises Rev W A Wolfe SongThe Way of the Cross Spelling Contest Pupils Under Eleven Years Old JudgesStarl Hungate JE P Dedman R L Mitch A J MooreCora Dent Rocitation or Declamation Boys Under Eleven Years OldI TudgesLloyd Simpson W T Porter James Scott Pearl Smothers Annie Jones Spelling Contest Pupils Over Eleven Years Old JudgesJ W Bush W T Mitchell Esq Kays Nimrod endron Jennie Redding Recitations Girls Under Eleven Years Old r Jpdges RevW A WolfeS B Mitchell John Jenkins SafaliCarrico Liizie McMillan Reading Contest Any PupilJudges V T Gra ham W P Cheatham Dr J N Shehan Mrs Annie Scott Ada Arnold Song Columbia 1049 RECESS 11055 Song Sunbeam = r 1100 ASdressj Mrs CharleS P Weaver State Organizer of School Improvement Leagues Arithmetical Contest Any Pupil Judges Scot Colvin Will Sweeney Vm Wells Rudd nfafJJ W Bush G Colvin John Polin History tortes t Marshal Duncan I P Johnson Song America 1OO v DINNER I ioo Foot Race J 100Yard Dash MarchmgBy Divisions r Song Tramp TrampT Song Just Bcfore the Battle iionj Declamation Contest Boys over Eleven 7 c jlOxttfw for thatjBxists then steps will be taken atthe rext CircuitI Court to look into the haye the blame placed where it belongs We all know perfectly that the average chrome IawI breaker cares very JitlleJ small fine or even a moderately large one but he bulks at con finement in jail If this influence is to be removed then let us cto away with our jjvls fleWilts Kidney and bladder Pills FOR BACKACHE I 1 WILY AUCTION SALES WeLl LIGHTED SALES FLOOR FEE SAME AS LAST JlSEAtON IIAc s Urne Leafe f Tobacco I Iifi JTandy Quisenberry Proprietor i fti t z f kSPRJNGFIELD KY OctobeV 24 1911 I1LI DLaSm 1 At ti 9itin tfei9iicrop of tobacco grown in Washington Nel lson aiid adjoining countiesIa practically I L Thetibaeeo cut and opinion vill show a good jer cent r tllce good color while the later cutting we think will show a considerable amount of however depends the curing seazonfroimnow on look for a good strong T r aB grde of good Useful tobacco and dSpEcially dowe look lor good prices onall colory types orUngyour tobacco keeping every grade to itself We urge especial attention to the tobaccos We believe by sortinirnur tobacco carefully that it is the only way to obtain mWrrP Hdvise you to hang your different grades on the stick as you strip it and bulk ttn2e on stick a3Id wiwu req are ready tornrket it be sure to bring it to us on the stic andIn this way you reewy to feilMM irWibff 1itJoua on the stick and in this way youdo not damage the tobacco by Kneeing m your tu1alIb4d By Bringing it tous in tL is way you do notjose any weight nor do anydama to the tobacco Mlhere 1o1Uearao fzleby both buyer and seller ai1ve would advise you to sell your toBacco 1 Jt piarketwiarBrougeb alI com of all the buying element This la the only Wayto getthe N riw of yoar tob ccol frWftiwilhere endeavored to tell you in iumble way wbatfto cio with your tobacco while in ouQ piut wWt your tobacca reaches house we promise to dor everything in power in grading aItayIQr teqcoTorsale tl market4ices We 1Yln haehoroughtobacco men con i twoe AMI1f1epJ infactw11patd web strictattentim t 3Qur 1Wt5 last year tW hip 0 bs fayad Wl ftjblH n tn1 uonpfOl1lrs four closepirsoual ittenilon Our houae 1SMpIYIN1ntz I4atedIntowjar the do t whciewe will tieglad o se you at nay time b W to wen said DeceiiberJstt j 4 Ypura Truly U L e TANDY QUJENBERRY I iiA 1 O 1 IO IsI Q 1I5 i in ell our our Underwear We are Well Stocked In Underwear for Men IIWomennd Chil4renr Mens Plal and RibbdS Iiirtsknd- Drawers75c I values for I Mens Scarlet Wool Wrights Medicated Fleeced and uenqme Coopers I f Ribbed all excellent values at Women and Misses floe fleeced Vest and Papts and Union Suits spechllv price at 5Oc and I irIi Ii JROG AMfollowing program for Tournament of Washington to be BusliIcopiedbyHettie well PWror Warehouse I IRtarid lUt upon hotsedear3ytrour We useCulII tiiion 1 our getouful1 a Years OIdJudges J H Moore W F Grigsby Alfred Snider George Colvin Regina Rudd BlueBack Speller Contest Any Person Over 25 Years Old JudgesC F Bosley K S Boggess Everj ett Dedman J McWilliams Annie Osborne IAd ressu Prof George Colvjn g My Old Kentucky Home t1 R CESSjSonWhen the Roll is Called Declamation or Recitations Girls Over Elev iji Years Old Judges Mrs Chas P Weaver Hettie Rutld Rw Harvey Hatchett Rev A C Pinkston JW J Sw eney FreeHand Drawing Contest Any PupiL Judges to be elected from theaudience Ad ressSuptJ W Bush PrI es Awarded f So gHome SweetMome BeedicUonRev Harvey Hatchett irihe Exercises will begin promptly at 830 oclock and forttlucor munit es AH pupils expected bring their dinners All contestants except in the blueback speller contest mu t be enrolled in some school of Divisions No3 or4IThrrt en appropriate prizes worth from lJO to o00 ha by the Chairmen and Improvement Lei butsecUleddivisions one of which is given by theI Co B school winning the greatest nuinben oIprifiis xSJccial attention is callbdto the rare opportunity to hed the excellent address of Mrs Chas P Weaver State 9nizer of School Improvement League in the forenoon eorge Colvin in the afternoon- HP DEDMAN i JOBUaKHEApJChairmcni jJlcWILLIAHS iSEtRErI DEDMAN i ccretariesi Commissioners Sale l Mrs Annie Gribbins c PUTs EquityBenBy virtue of a idiiient BodlJ of tli WaLsbintoni Iorderosale ret In rod at the 1JJ1 in tIC above styled cause sh li proceed to oiler for taLe upoi the premises ON FRIDAY D 20 I 19lIjj at lUO oclock pu or thorej aoout to the hifjl st bidder at public auction up a a credit of 2 and 3 years qua installJ eSClJbeUJpA certain tract of Inml situated in ashingtonceunty I ontlip Little Beeoh Fork about mile East ofiSpringfield Ky onj the Tick Creek HaYjdonthree tracts and as lJhOle find sold the manner producin mst money nI Tuact No Th trait 21763 acres and is em ippedj with good room dwelling stock nd tobaccobarn all the outbuildings necessaoy for a firstclass farm anq plenty of good tobacco land Tract No 2 This tr ict hajs smail box house about l13 acres f very fine beech timber an abundanci of ocusts and plenty of good tobacco land goodlogoak timber with th usanus of locust posts ready to cut ard as good tobacco lend asauybodys For the purchase pi ice tIe purchaser or purchasers with ipprovea security or sureties must exe ute bond bearing egal interest from date of saletmtil It aid and having the fc rce andoffactof a Judgment Bklders ill b ptoparcd to comp y promptly witn these terms c F BOSLEY Md w CYC Pleasant Grove Jr WLib yIr SF U ing u house for J SLeachaJan spending a fev ltays1with his family a t Bardstoyvn Mr Robert Thomrison aud1 wife of Litsey sp1nt Sunday witfy her lather i Mr 1 IN iteed Miss Logan Heale iis ylslttng gflellMi3es Jarve Vaiiardalo and SOt S1oQ 1001isc are Sarah Reed are the guest of Alis Grace Shehau aturIIIlesddmes Mr Edgertonspent and Mrs Hugh Wodnesday withI Miss Katie Humplnvy is vIp iH Id1Mguest of Mrs B L LiLey- Commissioners Sale Sidney Foster c IMTs Equll4yDavyrHy vftlupiofa Judamer t and VashingtonCucvit October term 1911 Iiii the abovtv style causeI shall proceed to iliepremisesinWaaliitgtoncounty1Ky SATURDAY DEG 2 1911 at 2 oclock p m or thernbout to the highest bidder at public afirtion upon a credtof 6 ahd 12 Clibel1properJA certain tract of Janet con taiuining 79 acres 2 roods and upontheHarrodsburg tjurnpfke in Wash ington county KySand known as the Wm Poster pace For the purchase price the pnrcluserpt purchasers with approved s curityor sunes must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paul and having tUe force and effect of Judgment Bidders wiUbe prepared to c mply trcmptly with those terms OF BOSLEYM fo 0 W CO Qnjya Fevy crti110110w theHneaalarm clock at tire same tlmo Atchl ton Globe j I Clothing Fqf An Dont forgot thkiwe hetheexclujcjs- ale of Hart Scruffntr Marx and the Welworth Brand of Silts and Overcoats for Men and H A Seitfsbeijjiers Perfec tion Suits and Overcoats fur Young Men Bpys and Uhi dren These suits and coats are notrqualed puritown i Complete line oti Shoes lWe sell Floiisheiq and Beacon fine sho sl for Men and KrippendorfDitlman and Smiths fine boeafor othed Gbildrea we have the celebrated Bljs 1 ter Brown and Billfken common tense 0 shoes Wecan save you money onr your S JJshoes andgive unpquaDed qunTUy In order tIc t our o1 Carpefs Rugs Wafl Paper- atid ffLace Curtains we are making 4i1L q CcIllfflellcillgMOlldy6 November7 a q if t t I I 1l p 1F1 7 1F1 Thy Are All Going in OneUirectionrr t You Had Better Get inline Too s f X j And be one of the lucky ones io get a setfhig1igrade cooking wajre ree cjBefoieSouthndMalleablethinkofallthose ookngtrojiblesandthenreemr t 4 it is possible to rid yourself of them forever riI LrangeThere 13 a still greater attraction but you will have tp come to Our store to see it f tj i f r r v 8SRULTZL1 Z lL t t ifSI i 1 i cf1 j 1 rvwe I ifnORDERirr J BY MAILIftItI US rw t f We Handle None BuShe Best MOimstocky nro large that you hay every ntyle and pattern and itfzo and BhapaiVora which to I k1e1ect and We make bpylne BT MAIL Just es easy and can do It in tho store Lf41 We have special thlhss that you con ffet O7ERB3LE sucb u i levys Special I StiLts for Men at 1 Sterling For sf Stock FROM AND t SAVE MiONiY J atisfactoryaBjybti Levy s Special Boys StIilsWlfh 3praIof Pants 5 1 and all the LendIng Lines of FUERflSHlNGS HATS ANWSHOE cAarAkLoGWo l 1o l oll uStrdted oa IfwhchWen+ t ue2t WE ALSO SEND S MPJS FlUE 7 Mention tbts paper ant wrl us ly to anthtn yot want lu ousiln and QUl1rit iroptt and atis4aoty wef d1tuy nC yoU buy heteb not oxaQtlywha you WanU may o vj 7 returned and yottV MONB1T rtU bo 1iimedlato1y B1PtINDt fifing Retail flercfeanU Apcian PJaiJroad Fares Kefudetl at CrtTiw P A House Established Years Ago ThrgiIn IlsUac j Th fright SpoL f you LLYYTak t onh i 1Ikiri1f t k1i I t h i j p trDRoGT BURTON tt c1oENt DENTIST TEETH EIADTE 11NITHO 3 fuFPAIN J J J1Q1fag7Jjl cittip sttlrir r t SPRINGliL KY ML DentalltYotkbf Strictly Iirst1litI I LLDR j5ji 11UID l i Pycirdi i dSlrgeoD Office hourS 8 to 9 am2 0 1i2pm Offices over Haydoris Prugstor f QtaQ1PtonMJD NLcern5 j t i td QfiIc1kHeNe L 11L JlcaatcRce No 33- I 0 tL WFIGSBYLAW Offloe overPeoples Banl BPPJNOFIEtJJ KY 1 r i Lm t l DWftYATT aQffi over Redfi Cross DruK I IByattlO80IH l JOUNYMAYfSI FUIERAL OIHECTOR JIiii UCEii EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KYt i RJN f TRUSTY I r RtjAGTICAL 1 iENTISTr t Off Ice over Haydoa Barber Peorkatreasonab1e pricesJ I H wori guaranteed SPRINGFIELDKY y Railrbd Sch due 1 Following lathe time schedule pow in trecttnt e Bardstown aid Springfield branch railroad Mo 41Lav Louisville at 4 30 p m Bardstpwn Juuetiof 52 2 p m adltown6C6 pm TarriVes at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield ftt 600 a m Bardstown 645 a mi Bardstown Junction 780 a mf anves at Louisville 820 a No 4S Leaves Louisville aii 720 a m Bardstown Junction 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a mi arrives afSpririgfieid 140IJm rNb44 Leaves Springfield atIIsOOjp tn Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 p m arriyesat Louisyille 545g m htradlctoiyJJ talki dbout a money power In this country There la no such thing Wagga rd Just like to discuss that c with you j Have you got a minute to i f 8pare78raggsNot a minute ITO got a note due at the bank and theyre bothering me to death about 1tLLfe c = ITOWN I tr a Local of Interest The and Latest I AlJAtoutYtiurseir Friends i aad Acquaintances MM Put JeJIico coal at BL DI Lakes The football team of Somerset vfill play here today FOR SALE GOod SeedRye John P Simms porn Oats andhay Get our pries B D Lake Co For sble 100 heiisy Mrs E 0 Walker Dont Jail to see the new ready towears at Wathen Shaders iFOR SALE Baled timothy hay Fine quality W P MER ITT Dont fail to attend Mayes Duroc Jersey hog sale thisi afternoon 1 Prices cut half in two on millinery suits andskirts dire for yourself Mrs Williams MrS Benjamin F Haltingly aged72 died at her home at St Marys Monday after an illness of pneumonia Auii line of Pureniafeds molasses teed and alfalfa meal BDLakeCO Get some of the good Shoes at Campbell Bros phile they last at 5c to 100 per pair Remember we fork our coal and give 80 lbs to the bushel B D Lake Co 500 pair men women and chil drens Shoes just come lh 25c to 1 00 per pair at Campbell Bros Genuine Cannel Coal not mx ed but pure cannel l 17c deliver ed SOlos to trie bushel B DLake Co Mr and Mrs David R Litsey of Ft Wayne Ind are rejoicing oy er the arrival of a son B L Litsey Jr r L STA black and white elas tib it with silver buckle Finder wilt please leave it at this office milliaery at coStGreat bargains Come in andsee ot yourself Wathen hader We nave two saw mills sawing and can have odd bills sawed on short notice Leave orders foi your odd stuff W K MARKS SONS FOR SAtE Mrs R B Creg or has for sale pure bred Bpur bonRed Turkeys Toms 350 hens 250 Also b C R II Cockres at 75c and 100 Foi SALE A carload of 47 in Royal wire field fence at 28c per rod G W MclNTJRE Frederictftown Ky i t Mr Edwin Carlisle Litsey establishing Tor himself quite a reputation as a writer being at fPUBiCSALfI j J IIInringIfie1dj to the hignest bidder the following Real Estate situated in I I field follows consisting of some of the most desirable homes in theSPringI Two dwelling houses on Walnut Street known as the 9propertyboth very desirable homes andin one of the best neighbor 4hoods in Two dwellings 5n Virginia Avenue both new houses and of five and six rooms respectively Also two vacant building lots on Virginia tL Avenue adjoiningthe property above numed Also five residence 1 ippi cottages on High Street known as the Spears property all good Lv property and in good repair and a nice cottage on East end of High Street The Beautiful HomeIp I ofcMrs CA Green on Walnut Street wiIIaIsobe offered Of this 1 1 home tooTntich cannot be said in i ts praise It is a modern home of rooms fully equipped with light water bath toilet and all modern conveniences Has large front yard good garden and all necessary Itiarahome U1at nyoue might be proud of and the j onble that anyone can meet them Parties desiring to kjptoperty or desiring any further information willeal t Green sM Campbell1ciuthuirdings 1 1 j Onethird MARKSGREEN remainder ill 1 2 and 8 years M Cm H Auctioned IS Jrkk i t arc jtf i K Happenings Freshest as- TOPICS1 severailJvCourier Journal appeared a short story entitled urrhe Price of A Soul u His latentt story The Man From Jericho has just been published in bookfotmI jOn a motion put and carried at the test and recent meeting of thjei Farmers Institute of cMcChordrequested to address of the rounty on the thecitizensI question and in compliance with tbircquest they have agreed to do so on Monday County Court diy V G L HAYDON Chairman Wash Co Farmers Institute The local Tobacco Market will c pen December 5th All indica tons now point to agood market and good prices are expected to be paid especially is this true of good colory tobacco and fancy grades There will be strong demand for such tobacco this year and the grower who has has a good crop may reasonably expect to receive a good price for his product this season It will tie no drag on the market and wlll command the highest price at all times To The Public J Having thoroughly overhauled our millat Litsey we are nov better equipped than ever to do vonr grinding and solicit your patronage believing thai if you will give us a trial that you will be conyinced that ce are making a dour that iis second to none t FRED VANARSDALE 1 5 to eaf all of No hunting or on our farms allowed Parrot Bros Mrs W T Riney J W Warren Nally at E F Donnelly Jno F Simtns h Mrs Eliza Muddh Le vet It will be a number of of the that is to W H and his He has resigned as pastor of the Baptist Church and will go to Glasgow Ky he has been called as Since he came here the Spring field Baptist hats the small briCK church on West Main to the large and which now stands as a monu in went to his untiring zeal is a mqst excellent nan a speaker and highly educated tie will be much miss d here md goes to his pe charge the many friends g r Our if our readers un noticed that the f w recent edition of the erhave been rate in arriving at tieir homes Tbti reason for this iii we were the lSS of a member of the compos ing ropm 10 rs new help and to cate an man proved fruitI less to howwe go press that in the person of J i feel a long felt want ije the timely arrival of the fu J I ture numbers bfoar paper with usual spicy menu of I and handling of = e VanAr Mrs S M Van Arfidale an t nounces the of her dauohter arv ito Mfa Edwin Gleaaon Hulse of lie Ky and the will tal 4 place at Decembe J 10th N ws has been received here of the approachingmarriage or Mr J AJr Wharton Jrb I ol Chieigo Missj lj The wedding will take pjace1 29th They wjll make their home at Grand 1 I and is an excellent yomg man with good business ability He has for several years be n a tra velingsaiesznan for f White Co of Chicago Ill Hal I Mr Richard P4 Bland brd Jr and Miss Marv Eliza Hamilton were united in marriaf Wed neSday at at St Church in by Rev J A Hogapty The at were Messrs llarl and Frank Blaudford MrJ Blan ffford is a son of Mr R P Blandford Sr of lhis coun ty and isa young firmer of Stirling worth who sta ds ind one of the most an tractive ladies of Marion county The young people hay a a host f friends who thda much nappinessS Wanted I I Good fat Southern horses We will Moiid ly Nov 27tti court day MACKIN PH LLIPS OO 000000I Q Open December 5 1911 8 g t Q The Springfield Loosp Leaf Tobacco M ket 88will open at Springfield Ky on De em will continue have Loose p 88sales daily until the 1911 tobacco crop ijsaid 8 BY ORDER OFTHE BOARD OF TRfoE8 OOoQ o Mrs WattOBrYan GrGrundy Rev WilliatnsTo regretted by Irge Williams people vicinityI wife where pas more1thanl Churph moved from St thecomerOfl1HigQ He gentle- spleasing with est wisbestf Readers Someof haue doubtedly NewsLead handicapped by staff Requests telegrams 10I Able As acquainfIcAFdysics BHrdon8we csupplied its news impartial absorb ing questions i daleHute engagement Louis wedding Springfield IGarWhartori CatherineGarv November Rapids Nich Iems iltonoBland rtrd 90cloclc anjl Augnsftines iJebanon tendants andirs high 1himyoung wish bofc5pringtield OOOO OO I Will 8- g Tuesday 1911and oooooOOOOOOOOOO trespassing Springneld Springfield Death of Rev King L Rev CiyS for a number nf v of Churchfre the Methodist diedII his home at Eliz ethtown Monday of paralvsis f om whichI I suffered a first st 3ke while ere He was sixtysi years of age and had been a i mister of he Methodist Church for forty years He was wid y known thronghout tne Sta having t been pastor of quite a lumber of churches He issury vedby his wife and three children Rev King was a mm of good intellect modest and una sum ing iin mannert and a man who t sought the friendship fall Heu was highly regurded by everybody here t Simms Mr Thomas Lub ttSimms died at bis home in i Louisville av of Senilityf He was 73 and and reared i ears of age born this county WJien a young man he was united in marriage l to Miss Alice SmithJwho with children suryives He and his family for rery lived on tho fjirm now occupied by MrII Wm Mulhcan and family Ten years ago he and hid family went to Louisville He Was well re arded by the publii generally land had a large number of good friends here in his home county Fair View We are glnd to report Miss Cassa Yancy much Improvedi at this writine There are some more cases of scarlet fever in tht neighbor hood j Mrs M Catney r Mrs J W Bays and Mrs Pre tQn Moore i dined one day last week with Mrs J E Stevenson I Mrs Thurman hesehndb- ildren4are Rpendinz the week with her parents t Mr and rs 1John Carey I Mts C CWPCl ttf wife andI little daugh er visited relatives at Maud Saturday and Sundsylj f iiIIT7T1 1 A41 T K Smith Pres C P Goode Vice pI oM L Sim Wasliintonh f CountC f Totetceob oCq4Ik ii i F JiJ- L t tttc Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco Sr rr 1 Charges 1 5cents per hundred weigjiing fee and 2 per ceP commiNixi 11 j 1It 1 Free stallroom and shed roomJCr all customers v tlt- ff Alltobaccos carefully sorted and regraded by expert handlers ilJ ItIE you want a square deal and bst possible service bringyourtobaccotoa4 1iIiI R L Montgomery I Gen Manager ii4lIi4 Wl44 i I QOII A truly wonderful reproduction of the Life of Christ in beautiful handcolored Motion Pictures at the IIWallilittdStreet and Saturday Theatre Nights 1 I November 30 December 1 and 2 The greatest achievement ever accomplished in motion pictures Takes over hour in presentation The cast includes Christ His Disciple Pilate and I all ancient characters with 500 Roman s and civilians o ldieral L Admission 25c I PERSONAL i Mrs JM ymith is in Danville Ky Miss Margaret Edelea has returned from LuisVHle Mr Pruman Impale of Bloomfield was here Sunday Mrs W F Prosy is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Harvey Leachman is in Louisville MrVirgil Hqgan of New Hav en was here Sunday Rev Father Dieters has re- t rnoQ from Qhicago III Ks Kate Spaldiog and Mrs Geo Boldrick ofLebanonaret- he guests of Mrs Ralph Bold ick Mr David Walker of Pontiac III is the guest of Mr and Mrs E O Walker Dr Chares B Craik Dean ofrtji Christ Church Cathedral is at present spending few days with Mr and Mrs J L Wharton hunting Miss Teresa Pietera of Fred r enckstown was here yesterday Hot JJ W S Clemetits ol Louisville was here Sunday Mrs Howard McEiroy enter tained a number of friends Sat rdaySMrs S A Shaunty has Re turned from Louis ile Mrs Fred Cox has returned from Greensburg Mrs Agnes JBrusselj has accepted a position in Lebanon Mrs Arthur Eddleman is yisi ing friends at Chaplin Mr S M Cimpbellwasa t Greensburg Monday wheja he was engaged as auctioneer in big stocle sale Mrs Will Daisy of LuisVille WINoeMr Jas Bunnellof Campbells villo was here the first of the week Mr Tom Mattingly of Leba non was here Sunday Mrs Walter Leachman and Mr G Wharton are in Louisville this week in the interestf IIladies uf the Catholic church Messrs Will and Lawrence Timmons of Lebanon visftcd Mrs TW SimmSjSr Sunday Mr J L Simra of Louisville ts here for a visit to his mother Mrs N annie Simms Valley Hill r Mr and Mrs J R 0 Neal artd son Robert MraidMraJ4O Harmon and faintly spout San day with Mr W E Brown andJ amilyS iii a s s Grace Lair of Louisville IdJ a few days with her MM T C Tatum Mr and Mrs W F Moran were the guests tf Mr Thos Tat m and wife SunCay afternoon Mr Howard Mann and Miss Nan tie Plnkstm were the guts s of Mr and Mrs Turner Derrin ger Sunday Harmontwere the guests of their grandmother at Fenwick Satnrdiij and Sunday Mr Tames Hunter of Louis villa is the guest cf Mr T C Tatum and family this week Miss Ruby 0 Meal ia vii ing her sister Mrs S Montgomery near Pleasant Grove rand Mrs Turner Drrin gerand Children Mr and Mrs S P Derringer and children of Springfield pent Wednesday with Gilbert Donaboe and Mother Mr and Mrs 0 Neal were in SpringQqld Saturday afternoon Miss Anna Jones WdS the guest f MiS Pearl Goatley Monday uighr Mr Louis Brown spent Sunday night with Robert 0 Neal Mr John Barker and wife of sear Bloomfield werethe guests IIf relatives here Monday MrMReed was in town last Monday Commissioner Sale ashlngtou Circuit Court Ky C McChora etci Plff EquityHenryDfta By virtue of a Judgment and order I of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term J911 in the above styled cause for he sum of 22116 withinterest tha rate of 6 per centum per annun i s1ra11c theCourthouse 191Ithe nc following described pooperty A tract of land sitcated on the North side of High Street inI Springfield Washington county Ky ard now occupied by Debt and lotorast 22110 Interest 7500 tPcr the purchase price thepurC chasers with approved security Qr sureties must execute bond bearing Jr al interest from date fsa1e until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will beprel pared to comply promptly With these terms C F BOSLEY MO W C TKe Revli Hicks 1912 Almanac i Before the gfeiit drought ofe 1901 the Kicks Almanac gayew timaly warnIng Fur over to years prii91ltheHtcks- wnacigiiaoufldd AU tftwwriiiif of Uagervf And JK ior locij I yearn th13sliefrlli of all ttM 10peopa1i rA S M CCampbell be J 7 v3 f 1 Aucbonee- rtttttWbti4i 11 A Y M tJ i r EVERYBODY LTh- e i r1 f i IITOI Closing nlay Law prohibits us from nHi I Except Meals w I II Our Ice Cream orders mist be in Lon Saturday evening to be deliver ii I ed on Sunday morning MEAL HOURS ri3 Breakfast from 7 to 830 Dinner 12V iSupper 6 to T30 4 I1Othillg Sold at Foniltaili 1L FITZGERALD IIERTUEW J W ot j- i MonumintsJj Jt 4 i to 0 9 t tilt If in need of anything in the line of f Monmnettts tt JJemcteiyltoifc r Y 4 iiTombstone if i9fcu s N J 4 see our pCeseatatiYb4ofrnIl pay youto A I buying r JOhn VeriSonVNew Albany Indiana 4ir f Ucal repreientative E PrPEDMA tf i V5 4444b fM TheFaniousOLnpThe i 7 c wfor 01 partcf yoW ome lIt liii wejaaIiou of fak Ju rtroH w1V- ISUi itIamouaJaditaevesIickenJIInthesigrooR or tLe lRayJig iM UK An fc JMII sm e Iiia bCOaa1sapJfasdyog Just 1M Worlibrary where a cJerItteadii57ais sdL ThsRcosdbre1pjVaILN Ea8l7 lihir wiioroihaoc schisey easy a s leMIIiowJae jttt rt ra 011 CQmpy I1Swu1 rJtonkij rA J are broken come m55V Mtd me fityouVwithanewpaii that will cornfri1J7t aftordt0 Ii iiucan faction G= cEt i IMS 1dGRAVE j 4 f theofferf of specy aors and con j Un eoUo warn the public of tbti 1q itogers p toraIlIioAs bt sIl W 1v tJbc W141t O id1Jl rvic sd 04 I r tQ eOBDA VVAV yj ffyoug1aaes have fix r them or to Ibe ai to i jWO Kl QtrJd k = Y MietQur 4 s b TSas- dstauaci hraijisr iii tiIrQGvpy44r tbaaIn Stoctbeasiuigyr 1S III II i ut IAtur I l- wmu W4fl awev 0 r tlJIJ 1 4114 ri Rtrza f t smI w f that I t vIIi fr- ii fctart but Tour step tYp t I he op jrcd enjoyed 4 a 4baISkt uss iUT iWac tdtetre dM yom OHM of amoral j tI tIc rMi W4CS SIII I WEtr oioloT after me Md3 atokOMtf jiat tfce Jdrr iae It aoayiyILcFV bksitfri thM pdt me CWeftejb r b aIc1kt4flII lw Zfu 2rHyrtle aet Rd7r1w tIit ptTluII1uIuPIL jv I am m 4 EaIdM btr rj4ioii 1 a 7 ana k4di t J- 4ai tkib I1 oc coo1- Jsk tell lHkr what a wsb4 to rMtha St Ithout afford sMt ItWwIt I OK or ta jnj ColoB tkeri I s4 ta tH t oo jatlmato b ytI4 x4yr foi 3 b yofrtUtfi you to go i h fc toub1ag tie 7ot if who was iswIy r Ceteeel Carraa f 4tI4Arftxvi 4i ThIWSiIJtI Icim rT ejc aieloim t I r I saw brN 4i flauk aw pt over l MtU Ir bd iTiui4t ipc that u1 I4L up 1 durs t give j tI a1 wsf for there ext 1s4 aeJw4 i no to warrant R IstMdrat1ot fromI t ao tense that c e ke a blow Yet Iij ty JaitaHt Tk her 9lfte moot fraakiy aiit te meet 4isiai iisI Curraa he faM calmly aq I Sotlg lelL r lips 0 eSiM taad he cinei ye M we me IT ad d t urnli2 I thoijk eke rill astuTZTNtkt fM sot pi 4 1 wu so sur I t prooi t d fet tlWLarOly11 bstsq eoteele4 y 7i 1Twjgto r ej tails f cMai Mar i a JiTh Tar te present rom bAs ystedese spell and you yill be ee feUt4 18 face tae danger Ione a- sIjs Ueutoaatit HammersmiUi claim tkorilaapo rTe pfpmJsed hlu Before Mrs Brennan Could inter eye the laughing girl had placed e- rrdt ot to Lfoiiteaaafs blue sleeve and with a mocldDg goodbye flung aickwar erer aershouWer vanfsfieli ill erswd leavlag ns stndlsgt- here alo e Tke Jojiy Waited In much apparent in ffikK ee Ifeitlr tapping the floor with her aeatly shod foot Would you exceedingly angry V t Were to ask you to dance I tueetioaei potalug surreptitiously a glance at her proudly averted face A gry Most assuredly not in apparent urprlif JYet I trust you wllaot ask ate I have been upon M floor oaly OBoe tonight I am 4taIIjItk rood it tiMr here I should veature tetlii eaUrifavor that yeu would coneent to iiti it tJ1aI set with me Ske turmed slightly lifted her eyes laqulriBglyl to mine and her face lickUMd tt Np doubt we might Discover seats witboat difficulty In the anteroom she sjuwered Indicating the direction by a glace There do not appear to be ftauayslttera1 at this ball and the few who do are not crowded The apartment contained as she prophesied but few occupants and I cwducted her to the fgrther end of It where we fodnd comfortable divan and hb troublesOme neighbors As fglanced at her now I marked a dItlMct bhaiige in her face The ekt Ictif erefice so well assumed Trttoj z1Btbe presence of fL aeutterly vanished as by IioMit iBfrjifrt looking at me In 5511054 yet t fi1iig Gaptaht Wayne she excTaimeaj her eye never once leaving my face Jfr t does this mean fthis maSquer ads othersnamerPtluniftIf I should say that I came hipping to see you again I answeredcatcei knowing how best to proceedor how J Whatlwould eXrtremel for1lJyi Nor1 u der these circumstances would I reitkl hero jomuch as a naomeat tia eacourage you But iLls t aet true this Is no light act your ye9 MiiL11edstheb1anceor you could never assume such risk myUfeIf I had less faith in you I should I tbatIat daybreak ShotfOn what authority Who told y i1I Op the order of General Sheridan My Informant was Lieutenant Caton f his jalt Shot IB a spy Why lt surely cannot be t Frank said Captain yayne hellevtiTne I know absolutely nothtogtol all thisV Jo yqu think J should eye nave rested if T had dreamed lhatyqu were held under so fa1sacharggj 1 promised you I would jwo General Eherjdan on your i rl1plmpaled to beHevoihat you Vereha4been sent North aBa prisoner ot war slate last night Otljerwlse I should have Insisted uponseeing youou eadjing your cause with the Generall1imIself Tbaa4ajqr and I breakfasted with f him ttfs mornIDj but YOUlname was not mentioned for I believed you safe1 She did noUaPlSeaU tq ijealjze so ifdeep was her present indignation and regrettJthat mr hand lad found a rest Ing place uponher own You nust believe me Captlln Wayne I could motiear to Jjave you feel thai I eould prcive suchyJan In fate Yotl need never suppose t should think that T eplled witfian earnestness of manner that paused her to glance at me In surpr1eI Ilcon youalldaycamef1becaconception as you have mentioned must have 6ccurred Then it became my turn to act upon my ownJfehalf If I would preserve my life yet never for one moment have lldoubted you or the sincerity of jour l dgetCt of She waited quietly whiled touple pissed us and sought seats nearer the dopr V J7 i Tell wjJentfre storybbe said gentlya=Jt Ithj injr thfi f Beceof Major Brennan 4arfngv Mjr lormy meeting with Ge- nralheddane I did not dwell upon i nor mention the personal affray that had ocurt dbetween us Even had 11 not supposed the man to be her husband t should never have taken adVantage of his treachery to advance nv own cwis I concludedJUiRro WflaAS Jocwerj L 0 OtkicMn7 Jt i = Jwai is 4c porter l t sehtIet Iove l q Onms t1Qliy4 Ths w zwi iiei frus week ee fiT dtwaco Issps the pWr vwy efJ fi aoe SSES1phSIkna4 t iijpes bMtrsetrsN i illI Gt ieree el Buffido NJT w OMi 8fl3i GfV rvzixsl iiL 0Boston Davenport 521payments Icoveredfaro the day Thus you get TWO ELEGANT PIECES of farn hire for the etCi9f one only 25 paying only 2 cash ifyou de ire and balance on weekly or morfthly payments to suit your convenience Thi oneofthe just MATCHLESS BARGAINS offet you m CARPETSJP fa t We own and operate the largest in Louisville and control the entire output t pf some of the largest Furniture factories in te country and do the largest tolbusiness in the Soutlf A YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us nd matter where you andwe give y ju just the same terms of cash or Icredit Uiatwe gives to our of regular customers right here at home To tfisr how you how fair we are how muchwe appreciate the trade of good people II LouisyilleiI 1 J1J FREIGHT IV w ouho customersJS CarHll K particulars of the wonderfully Jow prices we can make and the easy terms we will beg teV glad ABSOLUTELY anythiigc JEt Cutout and fill in the COUPONi ad and mail IT US TODAY I 3EI5W1IAPKET5t4 t 7 t OUTFITTINGfCO t TIlE LAIGEST BOUS FURNISI ERS IN KENTUCKY t to3to rJJrJI JI1JlI J9to J9 JI tJ uItraav a tear gnstening on ncr lasses but she seemed unconscious pf vt and made no attempt to dash It away You have not told me all she commented quietly Brit I pan under stand and appreciate the reason for yourlslleuce I blow Franks Impetu ptalnWariejnust noti remain here every moment jpf delay Izicreasesyour dangers her idan anlthdsebf hls staff wh6 would gurely reogJiize10 were expeqted back before this and may appear atI n7momcnt yet hoyf can you get away how is it possible for me to assist you- There t Iwas an eager anxiety in her jacethat piqued me Like most lovers I dhoao to give It a wrong interpre ttatipn f You are anxious to be rid of me II asked ashamed of the words even jasIutterpdthem That remark Is unworthy of YQu pndsbe arose lo her feet rhaughtlly My sole thought in this Ha the terrible risk you incur IIi re malnlng here j Your Interest 1n Is personal tome may I believe I am a loyal woman proudly and would do nothing whatever to imperil the cause of by country but your condemnatlpn Is unjust and I am inajnfcasurb responsible for It1 I assist jypu Captain Wayne for your own sake and in response to my in 4lvidual enseof honor Have yqu formulated aiiy plan she asked qlllCkly and her rising color clpheredmy protecionsate in the open to trust that same good fortune which has tfius far friended me he shook her head doubtfully and sw 9d a moment in silence looking thoughtfully at the moving figures in the room beyond iear it bedone without arousing suspicionl she said at last slowlyl T chance to know there are unusual precautions being taken to alCht and the entire camp Is doubly patrolled Even thlshotise has a cordon of guards about lit but for what reason I havo not learned No ahe spok e decisively here is no other way Captain Wayne I am to try to save you tonlgh but In doing so 1 must truaf my reputation in your rkeeping I will protect Iit with my life Protect it with your silence rather JII knov yQti to boa gentleman or I should never atemptto carryouJt1 e atJaUjap In an extremefy embarrassing post tlonand must loly upon you to pro Csctnfe 8iI such a oIhility 141 beg your eg nrdo not coin promise yourself in any way for my uaeIPut I am myself already deeply in lalY in this she Interrupted arid id fetaitf no peace of mind were I tonlo otherwise Now listen Make ysur wiWiclc to the ballroom and Ii I1LxIImutes from now been diioaveraationwlthOeneral- CsrltS5iKr th biainenirance I 4lije you there andi 9i l take tre tvu ieratnd tpii ttrb l t WDb tlt Capyiin Waynd i4o not tall me Our eye inec for afl lnstaxit wha- tahiiid it misc God knosii hers was 4aiuJth a arine i t strange to woman ino next momenc she had yanlshed hrough a side door and I was alone v CHAPTER kyil Through the Camp of tKe nemy A glance at my watch told mthat t was already within a fnomita- of midnight There was however no diminution in the festhjtieand I waited in silence until I heard the sentries calling the hour and then pressed my way tack into the noisy crowded ballroom Twas stopped twice by wellmeaning officers whom had met earlier In the evening but breaking away from them after the exchange of a sentence or two I urged my course as directly as possible where the spectacled brigadier yet held his post as master of cere monies We had been converslngpleasant for several minutes when Mrs Bren nan appeared Standing so as to face the stairs I saw her first coming herIthrown over her shoulders My heart beat faster as I realized for the first time that she intended to be my companion Oh GeneralI am exceedingly glad to find you yet here she exclaimed as she came up and extended a neat- lyi gloved hand to him I have a favor to ask which I ain tojd you alone have the authority grant He bowed gallantly am very pure he returnedemil Haltl This RJad Is Closed ingly that Mrs Brennan will nerpr request anything which I would pot g dly yield hltohisilsGeneral I see you are already acquainted was to pass the night it the Majors quar t rs and as he hits not yet returned the duty has naturally devolved upon me to see our guest safely deposited We are at the Mitchell louse you remember which Is beyond the loner lines and while of ourse 1 have been furnished with a pass sheheld up the paper for his inspection and have been also Instructed as to tho counterslgn I fear this will scarcely suffice for the safe 6f the Colonel t The Generil laughed goodbumpred 1y evtdenUr pleased w1theraasxmP trollo Ofintlitarykkiowledge f I ColonetCurrn Is ccrtafiily o be congratulated upon having fouqd N ofia You Can Buy Thit Handsome Leather AuUmttic for only cash andtalance on mall fI to suit your con pj I is wthaveo store live thousands arid W We this TO almost cannot going toward passage J COUPON Bensiaf er Ortllttlaf Co Louisville ly icllp this Coupon from tho and jfDuld like to hue full partic ular ai to k1 same j7o IPreitoe IiiIIIII1IIIJ rffI a IchlimJDkasare you I shall molt gladly do mr part toward the luccu Bof th expedition The Maor was expectedUbackiI before this I believe He left word that if he had apt returned by twelve I was to watt for him no longer as he should go directly to his quarters 1 find the life of a soldier to 1je extremely uncertain We are our countrys servants madam he replied proudly and IthenI taking out a pad of blanks from his packet turned to me May I ask your full name and rank Coldneir Patrick L Curran Colonel Sixth Ohio Light Artillery He write It down rapidly tore off the paper and handed lt tomeIThat will take you l through our Innerguard lines he said grave i DYJurI8dJcltlonWe bowed ceremonlouBly the next moment Mrs Brennan and I were out upon the Steps breathing the cool night air I glanced curious Ughtlellj she appeared and yet her eyes were aglow with Intense excitement At the foot of the steps she glanced up at the dark projecting roof far above us Do you suppose he can possibly be up there yeU she asked In a tone so low as Urbe Inaudible to the ears bf the sentry p What Bungay I questioned In surpi e for my thoughts were else where Oh he was like a cat and there are trees at the rear Prob ably he is safe long ago or elsel a prisoner once more Beyond the gleam of the uncovered windows all was wrapped In complete darkness save that here and there we could distinguish the dull glare of campflres where the redI Jcooks were yet at work or sentry post had been established We turned sharpl to the left and proceeded down a comparatively sm tbth road which seemed to me to possess a rock basis It felt so hard From the position of the stars 1 judged our course to be eastward but the night was sufficiently obscured to shroud all objects more than a few yards die tant Except for the varied camp noises on either side of us the eve ning was oppressively still and the air had tile late chill of high altitudes Mrs Brennan pressed more closely me as we passed beyond the narrow zone of light and unconsciously w1 fell Into step together- A few hundred yards farther a fire JogiIpaced forth in and out of the backjd We were almost upon he noted our approach and Iill his haste he swung his musket down from his shoulder until the point of IIts bayonet nearly touchedmy br ast Haiti1h8 cried sternljr e rinc at us In evident surprise Halt this road Is closed Valley Forge whispered the girl and I noticed how white her face ap peared in the flaming of the fire Thtr word Is all right M1sIr turned the feUow stoutly yet with Out powering his obstructing gun But theIcountersign alone If you was going thiJOtkel1l 1t Would ullwr I BktAw are tajftoi thi oUt e5ilfWit she urged aItl9isSi7idS4 aro OM our way to Major riazs 4aa ta ha use i r r A d uDe orewxBQ paper rrom om o r f glove one oP the men at the fireII sprang to his feet and strode across HewulIIgqothlookingbutjjWhat Is It M peat he asked sharplySIWltho tookthehandingItscanneditcap You may pass madam Yumust l exceedInglyUsalso Colonel t I handed it to him and after a single glance it was returned Pass them guard he said curt ly standing aside Beyond the radiance of the fire she broke the silence I shall ipnly be able to go wjth you yonderright and I could furnish no excuse for being found beyond that point enougJioftheyojisirniyiIf this Is the Kendallvllle pike we rettyclear bowwherepicket There Is one post aV the ford over the White Briar she repliedI chance to know tills because Major Brennan selected the station and re highaDdregretthIstendsI to say something what 1 hardjy know when almost without sound of warning a little squad of horsemenswept over the brow of the hill La our front their forms darkly outlined against the starlit sky and trotIpanion qut of the track when they clattered by their heads bent low to the wind and seemingly oblivious to all save the moYementa of their leader j Sheridanl J whispered for fiven in that dimness l had not failed to recognize the short erect figure which rode in front drewcloseiThen qut of the darkness there burst a solitary rider his horse limping as if crippled and would have ridden us down Ijad I not flung up one hand and grasped his bridlerein Great ScoWwhat have we here he cried rovghly peering down at us By all the g dsa woman The hand upon my arm clutched me desperately and my own heart seemed to choke back every utterance The voice was Brennans I To be continued EVENING WRAPS VERY RICrf Satin Chiffon Velvet and JBroadcloth Are Among theotIyPiateriais Used This Seafon Very handsomrtfl newe +ehing coats and many tbessazptctun drapedeffectiIl revert or fur orvelvefbe iItCQnspJcu out The material may be satin oJ phlffon yelvetror broadcloth 1A striking model Is In peachcol satin with a shoulder drapery and scarf ot chiffon to match In back Is a great sailor collar that reaches most to the proportions of a cape and e1Ie1f placed at the foot on each aide beaded by a curved ornament of the satln- shlired A satin buckle holds the scarf in front A theater coat Is of back panfae velvet with a touch of red In the lapel and cuffs Another model In blade vel vet is brightened by a Unlng9f gold satin and gdld lace on the collarit is a round collar with square reT is bordered with pointed fox rs8ndj fastened with a big doubleThecoatI 1II gold One model Is In white hroadoloth embroidered In white with cuffs re veu and deep sections at the tool made of black velvet jBECOMI COIFFURE s Of black velvetribbons tied at the back buckle In a flat bow with Jarge paste l IKohlnooGlass buttons big as the Kohlnoor tdiamond are the popular things now on womens tailored sulta They are cut ust like th Kohlnoor They give an odd effect to dark suits The but tons are worn of the sleeves also and on the back of the coat They glistenlIn the sun and attract ttentl la nll MODERN PROPOSITION i go is JPttlm l ttI 1 PUOL3PERLJ1III si1nUatk1IbniJIl i4I IJ flcssaI3LCotaiM- Opiwii iwNiir- txI IsaIApeIudyfovC 4 isdLossoSUY- lI TacSnme SfIE YORL Exact Copy of Wrapper and Y Sign 2r X eee = ii rlI suffered five years with avviulf pains due to I ly troubles writes Mrs MJ D from Ch d bourn N grew worse till 1 would often raMi I could not at all and I had anf awful hurting my side also a headache and a I gave up and thought I would die but urged me to try Cardui so I began arid the helped me By the time the third bottle was used J couW lARDUI For more than years Cardui has been rehev womans and making weak women strong and welL During this time of wOmen have wrifteii Mrs to tell of the really they obtained tfront trouWet If you are a woman begin taking Gudul leday l Witfeto JLadles JdvJsotJ Dtbfteese MetfidMj fer lahdiou sad 64pee Hess T ttlagit Kr ut i Made in by C OIL CO BY 7 Dj 5 1 52ac soIland located one half mile from town goooTG room dwel iiijf barn and other buildings fruits of all KrndS and well watered per acre 10500 91 acres 6f land 6f frOfu Spring field good seven room dwelling Chouse nfew atdck and tobacco wateredrPeracreNo 3 93 acre farm located 6 from Springfield and6 miles Lban m 5 room dwelling houses good barn mostly In grass fine location for table stock Per acre 65 No4 120 acre acre farm weiljoca ted good dwelling house stock and to bacco barn giawl school per acre 7200 o4 26Q acre farm well located ne It room brick dwelling new stock arn tobacco barn crib and granary llnys well mostly iq grass per acre 555 Nfl6 130 acre farm 7 rn Jsfrom l pringfield good 7 room dwelling good barn ond other place well watered 80 acres lit grass peracre 8NO 7 130 acres good frame dwelling go barn good orchard several ever lasting springs good well No 880 acres land 3 miles from toWn Stood new dwelling good barn place well fenced and watered Price 4000 No 9 205 acres rooms stock barn and large tobacco barn some timbe nil in fine state of cultivation p jNoIIj grass landpjp acres of woodland good irxjm dwefliflg stock barn and sild t xratcO burn desirable location JNOl1JI 8 rooms Stock and bacco barn good house good land No 12 104 acres located 6 mire from house sad barn acres timber ai fenced price 95OU l 4No 1365 to 75 acrest mIles frow Springfield small house good tobaeeo barn price 5ptr acre TcATOii For lidlints Ob1Mrn t The OIIiIIn ya ABhtBearsthe atnXe tof It i t I1flS5 r ffs8r i II For Ovor Thirty YBars 5 CASTORIA ssee seepy Mw Gave Up Hope womazI McPherson Cujjywalk in backachfe- I tmylwld first eI oJdiel WbmanisTonie Th I I50 sufferings thousands like McPherson surpdsintesula byiis oLJlpiry veittible women- Cardui strengthenspulrds retoceaireheeswpsy- ents unnecessary ainaadsMfferirif womanly CoMse1abeak wl USE DANU88NEULEGIEA l DESIRABL1 PROPERTY McELROY WUARTO NOi miles twcfgpodiarns mUebJ outbuildings tenant beautifuUpcation Springfieldmahl Kind t v t i ton- lemdyoc 1 Awdtt toJMatoac L iee pg Lowsviflc CHAS STQlIL FOR SALE DSii 3000j dwelling l roodfdwelling weltwat s s 1N14 810 acres of llaftS 3 mile from Spripfefield rooM dwelli c gefence i No 15 84acr6iiI froiaStwkig field on good pike i reeai dwelKo f s barn well fenced and watered wfc 3400 No 16 loo esfnUoafromSjffMrc s 1ilMdnear the dpjke coaveDleiit M nfigheirhoodNo 17 71 acre lf3iB + +field house and barn all br 4IMesa of cultivation price 750 fMoagprinx8curfansJlne tobacco fann welt waWsI Ipnce per acre sos sjeeidwelling atbain 1silssII i grasJjo6room dwelling heuteaad yo d barn price per acre fY5 iNo 22 Farm 135 acM iooated beX tween Mackville and Texas fgoiTroom dwelling house geed1 Wbi awl Other outbuildings farm sew aMlI grass price t33 per acre No 23 941 acres farm leeatod 1 1cmiles frete Bardetownon reed fjki four room cottage Large se ek MM corn crib milk beooet meat aim fjoad well and 2 evdastir4land and lays well 20 ifland ahlundeeodwire f8lte 55peacrs eFde4 I Hackaltah DaTleref Mrv bsi utspbtbroughtBet with ether aateate MO iaported feriored UM rtNeeiaf erie iIa the eotMinr wHIi Vas AtalMHrfk the bet leaN afterward aeeoetatet TlnHiiM I Gtri4 Cti Lewis ntJiies fea4iep to the peMM M prieleg fenrme were tm iu tId North IMoM Iootobool tt11 t tJwiNatures Law For everything ybu have aiseed yes Htt HrV seaeOilKr aaLti TaIJI who buMs oil againedhave 7M Ise MMI M tflf iibit kov vMk TeQtlaI I yoli4 La 1i thl4EeriIt I Ii