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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e eJ4 f j ut14 i d fiITJiifJiik JfItl tI jI WC fft m Z 4iAtf i L xty111 rrfSCsSifr f SPINGFIELD WASHING COUNTY KENTUCKY CECEMBER 19 1912 Fe2 i i t A JI 1 1 d 1 I t 1 = 1 Ir 1 kf- v I I I aII 1 I 1 I Ift I 1J r I II iI r if i t Ir r 1 i il J TIELii 1I TiTTi- r IIffiSTMASi IS ALMOST HERE And no oneeeds to worry o t whatis1c Mb Wave The Biggest Bargains E er Offeredi J 4 Artistic Handbags loather kid lined gold silver and L oxocliMd trimmings from 510010 4MIJJ400jIYOCyToiIetbtoriittf SUverToOct Sets to EbMiy Comb and Brtwh Sets 150 to 500 Sterling Silver Brush and Comb tJ50to 400- CkWt Stertog Toilet Sets 5350 to 250 l bi- dsiiId Mirrors i4IS Cents Ebony t i manicureTStsto f I r IOrY i J or J 4anicure Sets 1 tofe f v t 4s t f IIvory MdveltiesI t i fnf at varrle1 t 35ic to L50 r o 1t 4 tlli t f flaiiflkercliie- fsMens and LadiesV Handkerchief s in Linn and Silk Initial or Plainll omc igut in Holi 4ayb t vh i t a i rt a I j I 7501 Christmas liandkcrchiefs v U Mens Pare Linen Handkerchiefs 206 r Wcinpus Sheer Linen Hand kercbiefe25c- Box of 3 shasr Shnmrock linen Hiinderchiefs 50c Box Sheer EmbrpideredHIHdorcheIs25c Box 6 beauutifuiEm broidered Handkerchiefs 1F0 BX Six heautifcHy FJmb idored Hand kerchiefs 1 Box two Chieds Bmbroiderbd flanderchiefs loc Box iirfc Initial Hand kerchiefs 40c Mens colored Initial Silk fliindkerchiefs 25c Mens Hemstitched Silk indkerchiefs2oc and 50c f Womens Goat Snitss Fine Tailored Suits worth S3O for Fine Tailored Suits 1worth 25 for Fine Tailored Suits worth 20 for Fine Tailored suits worth 16 for 12000 Worhens Cots up to 25 for I8OO Womens Coats up to 20 Tor 1500 Wpmens Coats ppto 15 for 1000 Womens Coats up to125O for 9OO The above are in fine Boucle Cloth Soft Mix tunes and Caraculs Neckvear Fine plain weave Silk in white and delicito shades also feolid tints ith harmonizing ngureS and stripes price 25c to Knitted and accordian weave ties ai d Lme handsome embroidery ones 50o to 1Jmbin su ion sets tie with Silk Hose and Handker obto match in holiday boxes Price 5100 toR Mens Street Glo eR Drldn Aiotorirg Pull Dress colors Tan Grey Black White and Furs Price 100 to 3so IAlSo a large line of Boys and Childrens Gloves Sweaters Menn and Boys Sweater Coats and Jerseys in all coor Price 50c toI Umbrellas Ladies and Men s fine UmbreKs put up iihindividunli Holiday boxes Price 82 50 to Also Men s fihe WalkingaSticks Price 1350 to t Smokin4 Jackefsl Il Mens Smoking Jackets in Handsome two tone Pricei500 to ir It Eases Mens and Ladies genuine cow hide Suit Gises sojme plain others silk lined 4fPrJcef5OOto i E500 Me s IIandbs str I Allinatorasiitl- Cow ide 5QO to 01I 4800 1500 1000 250 300 30O Gloyes J3S0 asq 750 Suit aitd lags tlllI1DI 12 50r 1800 ijpliday Stationery Put up in attractive gift boxes You will agree it is the best showing of Holiday Papers you have ever seen Paices 15c to 250 Christmas Cards and Booklets a great variety 5c and 10c v Brass Goods in jUmbJellu stands jar ineVes waiters vases candlesticks etc Christmas Silks- a grefvarieties Silk ila ist il1gsatppecialprices V- SflK t i Hoser Womens Silk Hose biaclk- and olors50c 11 150 Misses and ChilClferlsSilkJI Hose blk andAcolprsiy35 and 50c = I tninsIv dSuitstpricet sHartFrat Rosenwald Weil T 3500 Suits and Over coats sale price 2500 Suits and Over coals sale price 2250 Suits and Over coats sale price 2000 Suits and Over coats sale price 1600 Suits and Over coats salel price j J 1250 Suits and Over coats sale price 25 ao 20 f 1B4 i s 4b r J2B j0TT 9e o r Also boys knee pants Splitst and O vreoats go in thfeisa 1 f t t tI ri I s i 18x36 Axminister Rugs 100 27x24 Axminister Rugs t 190 27x48 Axminister Rugs T50 3SQj9x12j 27x54 Tapestry Rugs rLi 5 36x72 Tapestry Rugs 2 03 8 14x10 12 Tapestry dugs 075 9x12 Tapestry Rugs r lOOOj 9x12 Brifesells Rugs 12to 2000 13513Sx72Aicl VelvetrRugs 17fcf 50 I t iee1ry Mens and Ladies Einei welry the largest linel r shl f1b thin4 cAty i Seeusbefore y wand save money c t f 7f 4 Suispenycry rs Suspenders combination setaL suspenders andsilk Bose to match iriholiday boxes i i I V i U85C i aitA x31 r I Me 1rSatb1 Clotlkl tob Price 500 House Slippers I SlipMiiili i tans black DdFeUI Price0O to f6 Mens House fI 1 Iyto rrt UIII4J al s The new Knitt4r 3lt rty Knitted P EIreefar Mufflers Price 1 to 1 2 1 M and R I I f tl1t thersfrotAtt25c i 7 Vp i J 1- L ceC 4r- f Knott lt0 rttans 5Oc 1 5 Oat a 4tt r I I3L ve ot s 4bargat tut fFaacy G cnMi12 I24c1S j3 pICam ki aJ JWc1 H fII A1ILAciFh 1 S4 ch s It e c I r a 1 to c u ri to t if eUNN1M GHAM 0U NC4ANpC GO tV4JLwsrt Ii 1 1 f S1i + r + 1 SPRFWUtELOf 0 KY III- IiI r IffH i 1ITU r r TJ 9 It uurLLiT I Jat ijij- ijt I ijI Y l 0t ff tt vi 1 t 1 1a4 r r f ItIq IKlNCWHEADER IPGPLDICY 3 s BiYT TRVMSA- TI W itv- rssdPbJIbr GIB iliiSBUfc ot nextIIi WMfc If 1 css oat we I workIL UMAC fcStw 11 none of our Meaeritofli oldM with us to do 4 Ci1t tmi a time of rEip fcfcf f Jerafflifcow the weettot 4ik htii torn tho gIftof SK CliM to decrepit age a cfftUVjMtt CbfclBiaa is onetime ti t JMWKiea come with the isN UN frithoBi the bitter CtaMMftMratiag wit dces the If oti tog it tb prewired Redeem 1 dMb4t ft tbatninshouIdp by MM S UIe cam and trial of c ttheir eirecjr daj life and be borne i11 M kwer1iiio the regions of t1 AM as i awl the teantifal to Mieme idMtl Mugs and Wii 4 f MfcMtfeM iorftuiBg the ioke- wIt ai dst the tbOTM and stony frtfcWATft which beeet our every HoeansIv ofMMrLi efKigi Such Uipur con up of Christmas and we tc sst TrtthBff to jeopardize it L kf lukiag a discord ofer pied LT Now that the tobacco season k iIs full blast and we hafd the beZ1MMta MiBot load ibeir wagons WaTjtbat the pikes will be t tit through in many places Jte4erate loads of tobacco can be withoutEirejoicerto say that j Iload their wagons iin such Iwquosbowthatthey wish Otherttkeeiwb narrow trta4 with such weight1 4LLii the wheels cut like a I tt sol Another thinge or great damage to the 2aJo lock their wagon isaing the wheels LeIr way along the j times tearing out ThEtp unusuatdamageJl 4rage dots and that unless such JMTSO repairs such damage he ii1a ball pay a fine of one hundred dollars to be us d for road pur 4j pOeM Persons who have been in the wysnil stores of Springfield thi- syur are commenting on the Much larger display of Christ- heratenterLyear i xoMted bf far aay efforts along tint lime in the past All have Weafhton a much larger stock WttMit tSJlnnKt1ildh 8 taken on J i UM appearance of a large city raJfcer than a smalt country totfa As straws shows which k way tbe wild blows may we not 4 l a fjt it shows that Spring f Aipte la a jaore properoos Hitothan in former yeare1 spread J 1 ii ork 5U1frag tlhz to have a great of oratory at tbe close of iilear d o propoJthen irL j inl wpoa the assembly men 1 uUJ r AENTIOK TOB AEe0 GROWERS At tfcettKst of the Buyers on the Springfield markbt t sales will be Jtspntinnel on FRIDAY DEC 20th and REOPEN on FRIDAY DECEMIER 27 1912 This wilLenable the various factories tte clean up their houses and make shipments f Our market opened yArf strong and has remained steady We anticipate no decline ia values and we advise our friends to bring their tobacco to the 0d established market at SPRINGFIELD where they will aecelvtf the undivided competition of the four lar gest buyers in th world Our houses will beop through thebolhlaysto receive tobacco from those wishing to sell opening day Friday December 27 udwill be carefully cared forIExtending tto the Growers of this counby our thanks for past ffavors and the greetings of the season we arc Yours Very Truly PLANNERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSED IncorporatedWASHINGTON FARMERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Cp Incorporated iif they can be found and nrpe them to vote in favor of the the sufIrdgeamendment in the New York Legislature We should III jjudge that the Solons will not be found The City Council of Morgan field has evidently taken it lt1toj Iits head to atop such dances as the Grizzly Bear and Turkey Trot as they have passedI an ordinance making it an off ence punishable with a fine to dance and such dances in the public halls Notice The City of Springfield has an l1a1chargecrackers sky rockets candles canes etc romanI streets of Sprioefield Any per arresteqiani J C McELnoY Mayor Pablic Sale of Land I will on Saturday December 8 1912 offer for sale my farm containing 488 acres This land iis located on Lick Run 2 mites South of Texas and is qn tne Texas and Lebanon dirt roadI about 84 cf a mie from bhort lline turnpike This tract has a good tobacco barn and is nearly all good tobacco land C P KIMBERLIN Sharpsville Miss Oma Phillips of Kirkland I Mis31BerthaMr and Mrs Ollie Willham ot Antioch spont Saturday night with Daniel Willham andjamily Mr W S Brawley who re cently purchased the Rey Jese Robinson homestead tthisplace will move to same about January 1st R O Bryant who has been with Fuhrman Co at Bloomfield is at borne Ib spend the winter having had to resign his position on account of ill healthi Mr Tyler Simpson and family who have been residents of ot town for the past three years will move Thursday to Me Eden where he will take up farming on a larger basis Mr J H Robinson will move tp his farm fnear HajTrodfebfirJ soTTOtfeaJlJ eeTrthe it and 10th of January Mr Isaac Armstrong has added a new additional room to the mill which will be used ffor an office and packing ro mad r 44x iII XMASiifF 6Uts Galore1 j We have the most exclusive andI irIi 1 r C f2 F lJuleTl1nUeo f E c e Ici4X Sweetheart Mother father c Brother or Sister 4 Dt faU to OBrlne of pictures Jft 25c each lUiiif MW Come early and get the pick 4 1 ir L Leactaat Gampit 4 4 which win nable himto handle the extensive businass to r better ad vantage IjCfttie ihe five year old daugh t eroMrapdMrsTylnrStmpon about one years suffering with epilepsy Funeral services vero conducted at Bethel Wednesday after nooa after which the re metetyIMrs Jane E Core has moved from Her ft rm near this place to DerrnIduring the tnsuihg getriMrtand Mrs H Brown spent Sunday with friends at Jifl Willsb7rcr J Meat crrccI1d niill v ho pei trips ii the only in the county and possibly lOp State iti to be congratulated- by tie patrons of the mill for his haying made Lilly of tire Valley Flour more famous thin over Rockrun Mr aud Mrs Tonle Shew maker spent Sutday night and Monday wiih theirparents Mr and Mrs Walter Utile Miss Etel Fdwler accom CheathamIspent Saturday aid Sunday with her father at this place Mr Date Derringer spent Sunday with his sister Mrs U R Coulter Mr Erafelus Thompson and life spent tJuuday with her ither fIr W7 J Fowler of this jlace iMisse3 Grdc and Louise Derr spent Sunday with Misses Mar arid Hazel Thompson iMrjand Mrs Molden Den and cbildren spent Sunday ilh Mrs Han 6inis and family Cecil D rr spent Saturday night with Hansford Hale relDrlledLrum Illinois to wake his future home hero Mrs ftlaud Anderson and children spout Sunday with Let father Mi U P Culvinf Mr Herbert Coultor and sis ter Miss Veleria were in Vii SalurdlYrMessrs Thomas and Worlie Cur singer were in Springticid MorTdiy Mr4 and Mrs Oar Jiyjaling spent dIY at White Usil Mr George Divine and muther spent last week at CnrnUhvil u Pleasant Grove Miss Della Ruy Gxegury is YisUiftft in Louisville Mr J S Yan key h srt turned from a busines trip to Minne o t Mrs Mary Phompson was the gueat of Mrs Julie Loachman Sundav I Hair Fallingi You inIy cannot lose your hair and keep it too Which shall It be Lose KeepThenThat is about all there is to it Ayers Hair Vigoi1s also a splendid hairdressing and hairtonic It keeps the hair soft and smooth and greatly promotes its growth It does not color the hair Consult your doctor freely Pdctors 4 are studying these hairj 1 uesfions much more lliatij In former days ITula Sr tJa JO Aria Xowefl ZThu SI tt i 60 tE- fJHEADIOF REGITERED- DUROC ii1 GO I fobe sold at1public auctioi inl k heatd sale paVi11ioii lrainorshine t rt a J 11 i r7l r 4 t SatLIRty D rimbb8r 2211 191t T i jl t s i f j AT 13O OCLOCK P M 1i S c 5j i Ji Iet goOdtp if will find free ntertamhnent Write for catalog lP h I firHUi E iJm IJlayesjgru SpringeIdJyIt st II it tMt 1 tt t J 1JM t t i Mrs Prank Borders and sis ter Miss JenIie Lyddan at tendel church at Sti Rose Sunday J ssterIdinedSunday Miss Lillian Leachmin spent Sunday afternoon with the Mises Gregory Rev Thompson nndwife m jved into the new manse TuesdayMr Litsey atid wife were the jruestg of Mr and Mrs J S Yankey Sunday afterroon Commissioners Sale J W Tucker Admr ete vs- Sallie Wilkerson etc purs Equity Hfts By virtue ofa Judgment and ordersof sale of the Wshington Court rendered at the October term 1912 in above styled ouuse I shall 1ceedses in Washington county Kyon SATURDAYS DECEMBER 21 1912 at 2 oclock pmr thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one two and three years the following described property towit A certain tract of land itua in Washington couity Kv III ar Booker Station containing 158i acres This is a list class farm in every particular an Jcoivtii s 50 acres of creek bottom land 50 acres of tooJ uoland cornpinj tively new and 15 acres of gnod timber atid the other laud Lon cleared will grow tine tobuccu Said farm has on and two good ItafIUullhOUSI is wel waen d For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security henrinJtleJTpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W CCI I r will also on the premises n on the same date sell a tat of corn a tot of baled liny and a lotofbaledstrawJ jAdmr Ccn mifsicrersi SaleI J H Cristie etc IlIT 1BiY sMul anu order sale of the Washington CircuitII10f rendered at the Oct the above styled cause I shall pro ceed to offer foe sate at the Court House ducr in Springfield Ky OttfI iJ l iJ 112 at2o cokn or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit ot 6 kiitf 18 months the following descriucd property u jvitj or suflieient thereof to produce thfl1 sums of money so ordered to be made f A certain tract of land s tuated on Lick Hun and the County Road uWned by H J Kitnberlin containing about acres Said land be sold as fol lows What is known the Rineheart tract on which is situated the dwelling and barn containing about 3 acres anLa track known inattie Nelson tract con f taming about 10 acres These 2 tractsd will be sold for satisfaction of acfcbt BosleyA oiI roman beItweenwill be sold forthe satisfaction of a debt of 19u3G adjudged P Goode After the discharge of the above debts and CObt of this action estimated at 375 The surplus from the sac of the above tracts will be applied to the satisfaction of J H Christies debt with interest amounting to 13708 FOr the purchase price the purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing interest bavingtheforceJudgmentBidders f promptly with these terms JOSEPH POLIN Special Commissioner W C C Insect Bile Costs LuiIA Boaton hian lost his leg from the bite of an iriscct two yeEtraefojo Tojr avert suchtalapit1efroin stings andl I bites of insects use Bucklens ArnieI i Salve promptly to k nUlepoiso prevent iinflammation swelling andI pain Heals burns boil ulcers piles vcz ma itt truiseff Only 25 tent t aL SS SSS 4X t1 t 9A Public Sale Having sold my farm I wiltcn the prcmjps 6nnile4 from turrIIikwallow on- Friday December 27 1912 at 10 ocl ck a m offer fcr sate the following1 per sonal pn pert Four ex ra good brfio an ffarm mares One Sje rold gun steeazoomare mu e 1 yearling horsu mule 1 caning filly 2 titly jolts one milch cow 1 2year old Jersey heiffr 3 yearling steer 7 calves 55 head of sheep 1 sow and pigs pure bred Pulaud Cnma sow duo to farrow oon 1 Uunc mate hog will weigh 125 lb some 75lb shitt2horse wagon 1 McCorurck thtzj Fraz er cart plow g ar etc tons baled limotiiy hay 2 ton of straw 1 oat tack and some corn 2000 tob ceo sticksrTERMSAL tums of 10 ard undorcibh Over thai mount on a credit of 12 mouths except siieep which wilt be 0 tuoulht Koto with good persona securi ty required K A VIJK AT LE4V S MCampbe1 ALI kell1 Public Sale Having od toy farm I will os IIe picmiMb oi rute boulh bprinlidtn hIII Friday December 20 1912 pmrbd11derOne good brood tuare it fo1II o jaclt bind mare 7Jeuts JkI f ago muli 2 ehyicc wilt cow i biood sowl 2iboi60 wagori now1 ipnMK wagon 1 buggy a lot of goQd harntSs moil g inaclftio disk harrow plows ol all minds also a lot of other farming unpUin nits 2 slocks ol hay a of corn in cribhun t hold and liitcben furniture i ERMSAll Mimsif lHO and Ut dor cdJh Ovi r tljut nuiount cji a credit of 12 wonls- ALVAH lEEh1L- S M lstulI tI AuCti1 n r For Sale or Rent Having decided to qji farm iig ifntcouMturt ar iwiil oi- lfor5lQ or rent private y my farm of seventy acres Tl is farm lies three miles north of Vally H H his on It u goop dtrelUng good seven aero tobtt co bjrn and buof guoJ tobaciiu land For further particular i coui Jt to see me attde farm HAL RY DERRINGER Wjlfcii Makrcrs Woman o On hundred and twenty pounds niore or less 6f bone and muscle dont ifiak9 o woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But thats just what Electric Bitters give her Jcomingfainting pelllrfg weakness nervousness tack acke and tired listless orn out feel ing Electric Bitters have Jane mea world Of goodi writes Eliza Poel iDepew Okla rand I thank you with- a1 my heart for making such a goodf medicine Only 50c Guaranteed Hyflpn Ro15rt4on t A1Ji ijJS6mcnt l Jti r f dci i FOR LCKAeH1 idi dEER RACE A TROLLEY CAR Thrce of Them Amuse the Passangcrs on an Interburban Line in Con cutII Passengers on the car leaving Jiis city one afternoon were treated to a pretty fiigh at the rock cut below Eg pUBrook on the Derby line when vfthree large deer raced ahead of the fast running car for over 30Q yards lear ing the tracks when the car got soi close that tho fender touched the hind legs of the last deer Motorman J L McGuire cacio upor tho deer suddenly as the car round ia sharp turn in the rock cut and sounded his gong The deerl stood till for a moment and McGuJJre pat n his brakes as he was afraid tin tc would strike them He blew the- ira whistle and the three were ort In a jjiffy running ahead of thecar at fuli speed ricGuire1 then followed whik acngers aboard tho cr r c Ade1 into the fion end to watcU teISf her but could not got off the tract there is a very steep declivity hei right hand side and iho bank ran up too steep on the left to permit them to get oft the right of war Finally they came to a spot whcr oy could leave and one after the other they Jumped into the under 1brush on the uphill side The last deer lingered so long by the side the track that the fender brushed it heels as it leaped aside Two of the deer were fair sizei while the third was oneof the largesi iseen by the trolleymen in their exped once along that line Deer are rathpr common in the Beacon Falls section of the run and they are frequest j eeen by early morning trolley cr ws Harry Hogan conductor of tho car said that although he has aCeD ninny deer on the trolley tracks m Uut Eocttcn theso seemed less afraid of the car than any Waterbury Republican BROTHERS HORRID THINGS Dinner for tjio Eminent German Count Was Succesful UntIl They Spoiled It Tho Jones girl had been abroad arC tad come home cuklvated The Jones amily bore It viIi a resigned prtd until they learned tlt the eminent Uaron Hofsunolgeuor recently ar rived in Harlem from the upper cir cbs of Berlin was coming to dine Wcvo lived twentyseven year3 In Harlem and this hasnt happened belore said Mrs Jones T feel as though I didnt Kuw JuSt where to begin Begin with the oysters said Jane as stial Only taUter must speak to tho hys I dtrot want the baron to acquire a onus opinion pf American youthf The night of tic baroUB dinner came Mrs Jones appparvtlIn old lace and a nervous tcestcnMr Jones unduly rernInizet of the ttae mot Carl 8chr Lld tLe boys solemn and slick In their tuxedos and silent as graven Imsg s Evidently father had spoken to U boys As for tho bs J11ke was ail pltinJ pInkness andRpi Ute Daring f oysters he made ouo remark C1 said 1noDurrv the aGoP boKida one rernarK iil said lie Dur ng tho fisjj hr njido cite rscpaTl Acli fiit Vrtng the roast h rrJJ hf Ach 3nU ht lih ff s a ealncat bzrc viM li3 vij Acb gut gut A te lnv hrofee BlierL- ehn 1 iboy4g1rTg it tobir ah srml bt o m ot b1st oulSvatear Pit le Tostes 3fFI after WArt What v the use when you hav6 brother8rrcw York Evening Sen A ef C n ciance IVolceJ nt neo was in Jail awaitiig trial tr stealing a calt- HIawfe called fo Bde him On her way olif the Jailer whose name wai ady halted her Mandy he inqulrod have you got a lawyer yotor JIM1 Naxv salt said the wlfo Bf Jim was guilty Id git hIm a lawyer right away but he tela too tlftt guilty and so of cose I aft clmm 4o hro pone1t tbBeUsnboye y rtat nigger weal mwyerandgttitPost f Cbllglng Eagle JL solfeen oagte which has been in captfyity In Malden HMO for 48 ydars hats Just ctledIt was a female purchased lnLeadenhall market and tor several years martOjii nest and laid fIgS On one oqcaslpn saya the Uqn den Courier iiohcgga being givon to It to tilt on it hatchd and reared a lreod of thickens b tin other years site chicks were always eaten as Boon Jas hatched iiT J F DANEEHOIfD Pros aiidTreas i W w JF DANNEHOLp Jr ViPrCSidcnt GEO1WYMtX Sccre5i1y J 1Main Sired TobaccoWarehouseCo lINCORPORATBDS i MAIN STREIT HOUSEjINDEPENDBNT 3 DANLENEIOLD Proprijrs f IIIiIlt 9232 WtI in Streetbet 9th and 10th LPUISYILLE KY 1 I Storage Four Monti3Freeof Chare f Best Light in City i JJest Inspection tttifb SS sr CO Auctiona1e3 Daily iljReturaSPromptrvMai i c Mark Yet fibgfeea ft MAIN STREET HOUSE JiSPECIAL NOTJCE TO Ta E TOBACCO GROWERS Those who have not yet received those valuable certificates slicfuld write at onceto ir theifain Street Warehouse Company J in i L ri i ReliaWandGoijreliensiTsTelflionsSerYice rIs necessary to conducMuccessfully a Buaineas enterprise The CUmber landTelephone and TeleferapJi Company gives you a universal service that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distance con nections to outside important cities and towns You get exoctly wfaatj you pay for Call ourManager for furth rlnfornjation The demand is not for cheap telephojie sevile but for re1iabatl comprehensive telephone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated ntt Ktarftw CAK lirosfi th r lend utMeJRUJ s ll r HJTOLOADING IRIFLE witadvantages the arm with ItIi1 IifortsThe recoil does the work of reloading Ejecting t ins of pounding your shoulder Five shots just tc1trclc Each shot strikes a one ton blow p Sat a tonr sample takesdown t Ss d for z ipiiro booklet expminmjf th- asjteXCalu2eIoadinf t n lU flcsbitpoints 1r1ntbftaMc Metallic Cartridges xcombcxc the l wfrirEhV wa cae ost shoolJ1 1ccuraY a forevw lwRwonUACartrdcsrc tsCdi 3 t kiinx k V raaieetl t to the full extent cf theh t iRcautntThfCttprestirJjccnbla3Uon ti p st C2tldte Co I r ITYArcI 2 =5j qs r i Jlrlv S1lei sea tat Van say the au Ihorl ties7 are going to shut up thGm t bucliet shops IseYo thata eq fijj VfjatVa moan thtngto do Just wheii fallliousecIeaninslBdue Ifhope thejU 1st the broom fistorlea stay opea flj JaI II all All the of biggame t and qad laotvji wAt dQ1d HaydQn Rortiii Haydon 8 Wj1ltt tN L connre4s It It nse yard OV W nItliM i he Haa they wk tlocktt ie11m here I skauWl iaVM W9 a ts apolBaal Tj Wfetfully tM other isiep1ated 4 p+ grIeD divtb on the asylum wall 1ha YJkdT the scoai Napoleo WMai muoft MuckL l i DR G T BURTON JIIItUOEHTQNTI AI Wtrt tsd- L i QAc 3 L W sIJItPIN k8PRINGJ11D KY R J C J 1 UED- h IRlid urgeot Ge hours 8 to9 am 1to2pm Mft over Haydons Drugstor WF GHIGSBY TTORNEY AT EAW me over leoploI ftAnk t IttN FJEL1JKY 4 p MW HYATT Opc over RedCross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 1to12m4o5pm4MCLLIAS Notary Public WllLlSaURGI iKY 9 epoftitkHW K Speciilty i J Y RAVES SPYEAO- ERMAYESt YEAOfR Funeral Directors 7 and Embalmers TELEPHONE DAY191 N1QHT 74 PRI1FIELBK1 f MfF TRUSTY I PRACTICAL T DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber t vfnta work lIt reasonable prices lljw trfgn ranted J SPRINGP1ELD KY t r 0 tr 1lES fiinit acd Ornamental I Sbrubs Asperagusn Rhubarb Eeoes Roes pbiox etc rorsof wbafc vesell Free Catalog No Agents 4 f Bj F llh11enffler i Sons 44L Lexinerlpn Ky 4 FORSALE 5 Farm of 164 acres kcated ore and oneba1fini1e8 North of Leb jrir sphndid pike GOOC oJ j b lldings well fenced and wat ered Gently roh1ng limestone landpractlcally all in grass and in Ugh state of cultivation Suitable for hurley tobacco 01 L any other Cenjtral Kentucky crop Convenient to cburchesj schools market on rural icute- vlatid telephone fin Will sucri ifice if Iold now 60 00 per it acre on reasonable t e r ms LY brtN75 00 to 8000p tacr Iown4hi Iurm ojyeelf H L AcEj1CE t Lebanon lKy dMldren CryI FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAI jwL- TONI Local ooHappenings Interes i and Latest i All Atout Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances I Q 9 S H 2 I ilIil J Some end posts 4 RL Clements O1 LE 75 tpmr first class b J A BoulwareV IF nSrk good jersey J W Tucker Yes you can buy your Xinas asliJaOaj FARMERS Come in and see imarketU our prIceI Cedar JUST RECElVED300000RedJ right W K Marks Sons rtorr TurIIkeysRI Red Qjckerells 100 achi Well if we dkLot believe that our Monarch Plum Pudding was as good as cant be made we Would not say so Forsale onlyI by McElroy Shader fboarat farmers prices ESMayesJr McElroy Shader as usual will make a specialty of baskets of fruits There is uothing nic rt j t foran Xm3s remembrance orOUghbred113co 0 L Grundy Ia McElroy Shader have placed an order for a large quantity of those good juicy Florida orang a and are going to sell them cheap FOR LALE Barred Plymouth Rock cqckerels each pullets 75c also potato Mrs onionsI Easy to supp y vour xmas needs at McElroy Shaders They have an unisually full and attractive line of xmas goods LOST a light gum coat be tween Springfield and Manton Finder return to this office and receive reward Richard OBryan lhave moved to the Rhine hijrt property opposite Grip1 steads Poultry house where Iji am prepared to do all kinds of sewing Will be glad to have my friends call on me Zula NallyI I have for sale several pure blood highly pedigreed boar hogs for sale at low prices Ready for service W A Winters Supt Grundy HOUC Old Kent says he does not know whether they used Acme Cement Planter in construction of the Egyptian Pj ramids 4500 years ago or not but he does know that they could not have found anything better For sale by W K Marks Sons FOR SALE Nice twostory sic room residence on north side of East Main Si Lot 63 x ft running through to Higb St Good stable aod outbuildings splendid cistern garden and lot lfur horse or cow Would ex change for small farm Apply to G A NEIKIUK r J4 r r r XMAS GOODS f fIf 1 i5atta wlH heat Hertleinstbis 4t J t 1 J nr WU ud nd lids Will anIEiirlm EIlir New Line ofGoods b t fJf OQ yt re has b enfully repaired f f PfeWJ wilUBeipenBATURDA Y V t f S OUR STOCKISENTIR3LYNEW A t2 i 4 i i l tt 1 Come In And See Us IIff FIger8 1 1l SEertiein 1 r of The Freshest 425 iltopicsQQck DR V MANNING DENTISTIt SPRINGFIELD SKY 4 Offices Ofer McElroy Shade grocery PHone 234R Hours 8 to 12 Vti 4 1Y dId you sea that big ship meiit of najidy that came to McElroy Shader Tnere was a wagon Iqad of it and they sell for only lOc per pound How is that for cheap candy lorIsaJtFine Bronze turkeys fosaie Miss Lida Griindyy IFOR RENT Three rooms and on Grundy avenue Apply to MISS N E Walker FOR SALE One large steel range Apply at ibis offiice FOR SALE One Poand China hour weighing aboiat225 pounds J P Willett LospA Topaz rn4iiderw- ill returu to to is office anTr6t Xeive reward Monday was the Regular term of tbe Washington Quarterly Court There were noColBes ip which there were contests To make jour Christmas show ping a pleasure go to McElroy Shaders where you will find beautilul line of flue china cut glass silverware etc R P Thompson recently sold to W G Shropshire of Win Chester one five year od mare and a four year geldiug both by Chestnut Dare for p450 mpmoera of Springfield IAll No 50 F and A M are reminded that the annual election of officers occurs Decem ber 27th at 730 pm R E C Lawson Master AH the schools in the county will close this week until after Christmas St Catharines will close Friday is will also the Springfield Graded School Mr W L Graham sold to Mitchel Taylor of Bovje county two mules for 260 and put chased a jack from Jack Thomp son of New Haven for S0O a so lone from Manuel Mraj for 80U The Tobacco Market IIt is current report through out the county that the tobacco market is badly off These re ports baverto say the least hefn somewhat exaggerated While there have been some rejections the majority of farmers who have sold have been satisfied According to the papers andre poris given buyers here the market here is holding its own better than any market in the State The market will close down tomorrow and will not opn until Friday of next week Qolor seems to be in letter demand on oufmarket than it has been for paAt years Wo quo P fancy cigarette wrappers at 23 to 30c fancy Jugs and trash 1H to22cgood lugs and trash 13 to lOe medium trasb and Jug 10to I3c common trash 7to lOc common house burned Bt to 6c j fancy bright leaf 14 to 22c good bright leaf 14c common iCe good red leaf 10 to 12c medii ttit red leaf 7 to lOc short tips 3 tto Tic green Ii to 4Jc Great Duroc Sale Saturday On next Saturday we are to hayea urratrhOgsale in Springfield Mr ES Mayes JwIlt at Mape Tree Farn offer for sale 60 choice head o Registered Ouroc boar bred sows and and gilts Mr MayeSis well prepared to have such sales and it makes no difference whether it raibg or shtaes whether it ISI 1 hot ockcold as the bogsare sold in his Thrge heated sale pavilion The Durocspf Maple Tree farm havQ a reputation all over the United StalesMr Mayes has spared no psfms nor expense to have the beSt blood lines possl itftin lu i herd He tow Las the Great Defender the greatest living boar at the head of his herd it will be a great sate i HuddlestonShcrrill Mr Mel SlurrHl and Miss Fanny FuddlesUn were quiely married at Jeffersonville last Saturday v Mr Sherrill has been empoyed hete forsotne time with the Grinslead Poultry CQ whi e hi brde ha popular young lady of Cafapbeilsville Ky veeneyMayes Mrs W L Yancfey announces the engagement of her daughter Naomi W Sweeney toFfenry Marshall Mayes The m rriaffe nuptials will be solemniz lither home in Mackwill KcmTuesday D c S11912atJ pin Wotford t Mrs 068810 jtyy1her Fridiy After a lingering illness ul Tubercul sis She was prior to her marriage to Mr Charley WolroJ Miss Newcomband was a native of Taylor County Ky They had been livng erqttnbout two years and Mrs Wolfofd was highy regarded by all here She was 23 years of age and had It d an exemplary life Funeral serVices were conducted ut Caropbellsvule Saturday und burial was in the cemetery there She is survived by her husband and one son- McConnell Mr Phillip McCjnnell died at his home here last Sunday night after iishort illness pf la rppe His death came as something of i shock as but few people were aware of his being ill On JUiaijtajgivingt day hecafng home from lis r fiiug and from that time on continued to grow worseIMr McConnell was 08 years of age and was born in Scotland With bis parents he emigrated to this country shortly before the war When 16 years of he enlisted in tbe 1st Ky ageI alary He served valiantly through the war 15 years agO he was married to Miss Mary Trainer who died last J erne He is survived by six small child rtn Fur several years past Mr McConnell lids been engaged in the revenue ervice He was a quit good man who at all times attended with scrupilous exactness to his own business giving hiiusef no concern about the business of others He was a man of most amiablti disp6sition kind and merciful always Fun erul services and burial were conducted at St Dominics Tues day morning at 9 oclock Troubles Never Come Singly Al3X Grant met with a pain ful accident Saturduy As he stepued fiom the lied of the oyl inder press oi to a btoul the stoo liiteo throwing him against the gasulhiu engine inflicting seyeral bad bruises besides breaking twi ribs He vas taken homo ut d Dr HangLton ministered to his wound from wuich he suffered excruciating pain fur several days sunday the burn and out houses at the family home btlrneJ together with a utmberof bush cia of oats arid other useful ar tic us suet ao too1a etc and spine tiny There was no in surance luesday tile apparatus at tached to the ceiling ustiitib running the machines of the office by means of beltng leHto the floor breaking the na ohue engine and piuitig a quanity of type on lha stone This is ihei largest bitch of bad luck that has fallen ti tue Giant family since they hive iutn in Greenup and we humbly usk tl e general public to overlook the shurtc w ings of the Press this week until we can get aarL horn these thificulties The above is aRea from the Press of Grn p IlLp japer published bJ Q B Grant and Sons The Grunts urbrvcJl re membered here Pro O DI 011the011 years Card of Thanks vTi We wlsh to thank1 ourffrTeads and neighb rd for tHeir mahy acts off kindness during t eHI ness and death of our husbatia- i and son Mrs Minnie Thomjp0rfl andmorher Nature Always suprcrlloI Nature palnta the besCrtot the picture carves the best part of the tatuc builds the best part oftho hOuf 8nd speaks the best part pfth oratf6bEmersonLL rIi 1 lI HURRAH FOR TOY LANti 1 lrat t ti i IC2li f fj J t IQ rrYS1 ii 2I y 2 I SHThDER MULLICN- L J A OTfffJ 9IIFER60 A IIw1iss Mabel Wil alls has returned from a visit to Miss Yan cey at Lexington Mrs T S Mayes and daugh ter Miss May have returnd from a visit to Mis Miry Aatis at Smiths Grove Mr J P Edel n spent the week end in Louisville Grover Mller and wife IMr returned U their home ut New tope Judge Jas R Noe was in Louisville M on lay Mrs Jennie Tabolt is visiting Louisville this week MI J a CaiTiCO of Howards town as here Wednesday Miss Nannie Tong who has IInfirmarYLouisitl Mrs T W Simms Sr and Miss Cecelia Siinuia weie in Lebanon Saturday M rand Mrs W T Leach fian pent Sunday in Lebanon Mr Ben F Simms has re curned l from a businessjnp to Chicago III Mr R H Edelen Sr Mr R fL Edelen Jr end wire and Mr Richard Edeien of Louis yilie speit Sunday hire MlssrsJtsepEdplen and Lee Carrico were in L bation Sunday Mr Vincent K h s Ire turned fj his home in K ville Tenu Mrs P BNqe vio has been at fcit Joseph nlirmurv Luis v l e has returned home much improved in health Mr W K Rubeitsou and sun Bjokeri wore in Louisvillii the first of thee li Mrs Ctl Mclntire has re from a visit to tUIued1Jb01lle u e coanty SIte Graycrofti home by her Card of TKanlcsi We wish to thank our fi tends fur their mauy nets of kindness during the illness and death of our ather Mr Phillip McCoh nellv His child- renlRllSSelIS Line of holiday presents are ones of TASTE r APPEARANCE QUALITY a DIAMONDgfor WIFE j SWEETHEART ip ILV4LE1ors i1 USBKBEPBRS 1 Our clerks will slow youeyey courteous attention Ai pont f6r46tjthst when seleTTt ing fruthouistockIt is V GUARANTEED All i5ood Bough + Here Engraved Froo Rn3sells 1iry Stole e H 9 ik on f in J We will sell Jlast 12 and 10 Sc to if are I i V T tr l listtd liank Stock will tine tion 3Is Curt day jit Court r f 10 shares First attoaal Bank Ky j 5 shares State Bak Ky 5 aharus ebiinon l All ol the above banks are In a growing ald dition and the stocl is olily the market in order to settle Tu pur chaser will diyi dena to be on the stock C Mill For Sale I desira to salt j redidencfe and aor 4 acres of lland adjffpent tothe mill proper still uUv If further J call on thp under iifjncp Mrs tf M + JI i f ft iA Thusjnrarietis to sekct from t R 1t r7 ei S4NTA C U6flitIt1eLtqiIrjOiS at thesame dliIplacu lioiias i IrIli with 0131 overfi vibJg 1 I ti kt O tL 1 rAJ qj I at tf Eiihiiirt thT Yli 1rIIHLtt joiv ilrnys a t kt 1ti Jr Sjl Pin I1iicjs Sti ry FJooklDotl IBfieS 3t rtsAir Guns 1 d MiJJ5LN ttYj t 1 atndbThg i ores IO tlC Jft iH qutt tern also fi 1 j I I calliuitsiPFllitS1 t UJS lireWorksr EffC it 5 i Shaclers old 8ti t II IGOQD = I DON i KKi A11ENDJ- gg Tho ig oducfoi Sail 1 iI I Now going at I THESIG STdRONALL Dry Goods Mens ad Boys SuJ 1 Ovecoats aM ShoessJ ii I Ladies Cloaks Suits Raincoats iiiEtc Mens Ladies and Chik4Tor par Big Bargains every department 5r I iFOR ANOTHER WEEK Domestics at prices quoted week I Calicoes7 l2c yard Hope 4cyd12 Canton Flannel l2cYardBestTable oilcloth 9oydBestn Gmgharrs You cant afford miss this sale youi expecting I I ThY iTs lino cLAYBRODKEeoJt L Incorporated j t tJ trm rr4 m I filii BANK STOCK SALq l1u1h4 besck public T Monday Dec County IaboutSpringfield SpriJirQeld Springtiid Marion NationarBank prosperousjtcfii placedon aWostat receitivherfext declared IrOR1DI privtitij JttitjtYcW11l particulars bargain VaiAradale Li- iitgsiji lttLil Dolls E1hngs ftfJIlitte ti Cotton aD 11 VIIAnl lI4 J AQ fIsthgretest whea you uy pies ents that ivetlte greafestsafisfactj5- V I Jewelry lasts longer and llSMV kteIinI AOtlIcc nns PENDAT IRAINS COlGtASS FQBSs jl4trNS TOIf11jij 1r IMANICtfRJ8 11CO E iNDEEMY ASSORTMENT f BMEFQIIE JA1JJ GRAYEt tJjCASTORtAFor ThantsanI- TJi K4Yi Havi AIwIta I1BOars tie- rSlinatue of 4 = 4 F q4 t iYfr Sirf in1 I- r1II T t fr 4WoItwul- l4rilt kiit 2- t w 4td Jit I lii beknki tbi eaf p aid In- i 1 fbs It ijitA- w iirH J a tiI14 ftr bUih JbStJb e 11bs n Gafl- pOron b the t o e pifo d Bv mt11e4ia fi- ctutur 8 flIg- li1sIIit 1pIt8- x ad 1iuIb4 Jesus jgi t cer un of d ffi H1m1 tbeHr lii4ei t4iiiJer ro etrth- tWir IS4t b Ihb intotm Gov- nc tr r j LnaI feboTbnr Li ise nnj the qt In the IJariest thii herE wIIL a joy 0 rci Oy jliat 1 Llk bureusonie- tJ petItIo Wfll ike9d of tkr4retI Itu1wIL1 boeE tIehMf th rii o byee and thefbreikI aa4 thea t TMflI evntton lq r wWbea he WoNdeFft wUl I teve ied to t aiikind t 1nte time of aD4tttqt1y thetreciJe fl IIkLe1Iig4 w sVoiM torto iIdance bereby tifn tat kauY IMyr I4 tIifoj t ct an t1lbIIr4 t 4 iJ- sThe rneeoc k yeats It In er th itd that He y 1jA1P M ff4twI i T i1 i I It c p 1a t4J- ltIl1 t IRJtje 01Cg 1JJ x it dOnPQRA D tl 11iI 3 Iit J sr i I J r W rn I i i 4JPRINir1 LJ KYl i + g 1ft4 1jjghtt marketpyicebrmgyQqr tob j r r Llf Bt I910UR ECREr f 1 I i1tkavscw f vr taptoy a Iarj fat ofepriencdij whouseren Who areII mihtt yith all 11w branoheE tj P biness- II f8 iii Affr we havonetJinst iinthe South Mr itnnon of GrenviIIe N F Who i kicW ilt 1111 sihiut- L t CaIois4 the Syer To quedAutjneei our F1ia Mai1aer has 1ta Iifrfxperence in 111 to ao buste- st Q faaiihar WI h aI types ani iIi of t aICDlid b sJi1Ver basket ftobaco to1rntkeJthrLng its n1 tt value I EvJdt dtiacq entrRstci1tU care carefully rlelf and packedr experzticeaDen so as to make It show to toe 01ifKtadvtage ki1IIc ckng aidh4ndIbg enables ur tQguarQ the buytts very p nd tbiccoLh3t put ad QUI sales Iior fty Eua14eeitthe ieIr t1ii1Wghet prices eh1ge andfIkent office force which enb1es UI to pay off t W saIa faM asthe totcco s sokIsto avoid th1ongWftl anconfusion that le jl1hndat otIer ps Sisour ir s Clj t 1t Yf Y We hayejqstiv iV1ead thr all a S fb Ic t d f 443 i 4M 1 tfili ii rb if1 MARKFIk f FARMERSftOUE4 IISFllh1t PLACE f tf rk kI1rIla3k keetj3n niItIw1ien yoioadwarkoIud 2 driycitraLght Xthtvht JoPO fGHTdDAijn bare i n 1Y hd irtLac s ive nCE ac4modation Ohucet will iTabout IrJ 16 w1t the trongsttAopg of buyor iriKeu tucky fIt n aUl U1aIRa jlP tac n mresotLtbe word1vlzlllto tiritu Tithco CL tterj ith Amerean J A rctc R Patterson Tabacco O 3 TioTCo R J aY ldi Tobacc QJ C J ICfigo ent broker3 TIS- ItjbaJts I It 1 trnVitrn of our nigiborng mirktsnpqd is ttj he11Drhn 1e 141g c wv placed their Intorest J 4 Mrfe 4Ity oflc1t yuriparouganctrnview of tle foegoirig Qtt lt is to ourLntre4 vUl nt ours to rniemr the 1ARERS 1R S t fieldY V c il1 house thVp6sItiIy lead them 1FiWcNr three t iin i tcthe1 sand poundb- tt t j1 d f t 4 tfj t t ft J h tI 7f j 4 t B0grltTF5 RISI HE ST URQEN 1 7Ir Lh ifl 1zzI c III c 411ff f dJ l JIU J Jfi Farmers Friend and tiie Men Who Do ftffigsr J 1 fl1jri 1l Jfbi rrj to JII JI2 tI11fJ r J t yIhI t Ir- trr A I r f1 JWA l i MW- I ta r Si Pifl VA E RE t EIVE th9lirr4e4pjsjkea ByHELy C IALTt ELTERI- 3 kjIeyl I1apd- Ieekiacs I th r lts cia1 ot his big b1acIcteani wIthtJteilrintpr dir eemed to galp rapidly ln ilII gIooiIhesa JIanclHcBjphja caught the flutter f L WO3na kIrt at the zliIe ot the roadIad 1 tyfSjnthat mnftered Bob Sust be I1IJapMaryafoot A dyI1I v iH 1be WitS I 4iIwayabeenhatdc- 1o3 r tOJI much to thoth hnuaIntdbzaestcIpInp1anesod ti6 latter part of her life the JLaJit BurvlTor of lier fnit 1no ohe wohi decfejl atieril atone and workg- tha fe c1uI1crO of JIC tann M bet she might But when jt wiUf pI1yWPjte 1fchu4cooatrysI4e1raa agog lth conjecture and curiosUy SkM almost helpless with jheuma lzm ecIared 1en tpboI1l or she d rdoje SIre watIthe girllo lakecare of herryott kn depend n a Waite getting vafue11celv tforal the charity they gif el Budha3 been dead over fl eyearfl 9therll be she will flrid ItUS comfortable iefe ag sbqikIbeen uaed to having jAnij iifqbably theyalways iaddfid Wa co iRttableafterth6ught probi ably she lila Walteharselr and liBjf be fa match for Mary alher ow 11 g meuT vs v 3 nk115ft n1helJte flrtvlodded OB IndLerent ttsfala aP1rbaCkn wt8 t 4tew UPoP 10 1i1fek i ie did thWtiri bi k4G4rI4 rider w t 1 ii t lbwitht m 1ci41itkkI 1f it bleytEtp J StihY tin1e an i aII- ikh theD addI turned t too rbIm flmd1y 0r94 te t23I ifth4 fS 1 itJia1awt v j41g1r tanrA tIlter uy i1 rcf ez ot oe flrt- nnztraL ii CrI i ti i i wo 1i n rrjrJ 7r J11ryt t i JrQt tti lto iti ijde 1fItI We betaS ihg ncrns ofI srtf 01 il not kt ksItiaot ptk ol tecp The re V hjiw Dr Pist USZOiIt Mal W f 1 ifC n F t rr Papr Jfj i1hj t c t vecY r a4S p3ri Piti tiwrapt Lc otd eOIli x 1ew n tf tis i jJli j oK 1 h r pr nt fIb tjtz fv XYjitif ttpe1pn d 1 orltJJ ptlOt1 Ohio wrlE5 wila- w fora Md i4it u 1CGilpth11l fl4 jet s iilti u nIi to 40 Aft- YIInIl1 mll tblIIlL rm iariwtifr rreaweI88CS11t t Vs vrir ITSC rlp loa and wrkt mIn Uu tho btJtoiJ bLt Pnrifylu Loti ra i vriVy1n trfnl iniiwUe- whlcii nt t llfll dJto w Dore Clliut r ctuLitc liver ind bowois j r 17 i PredentIj I f J f tIF Mftl IIOn CQunty 1kDf t 1 fjJ4 Jtl I J TbbaCCoyrthouse 6Q147 L ii il = 1 INCORPOTED j ta 4 k I r E8 IlEN IIJOK 9 1 ti 51 c- J ItJrit t i l J 4ry4iAe l 41Z r rw t ffV t J 1 e f f I tr 11ti i jij4 Atiofl tl 4 Nokjetioi Feesy it i k WzBjW f Y JW XL P Il tE t t Br JQ42r R1c tnt9J 1 Iuesay D C3ht with a ffujt cf b erip wt gara3tc you good 4ri n sop i 8 getot any tnher market in theatt Vo llI have ep itinctd utti ip hanule J0d grade yonrbacco asby doirgjii Vg iILbi hIe1getyou lull markett tta fqr your crc4thtliog vour tobaicbio Lebanon tth year OuQPc I- 1oponiiigbt tb anddyncJ we IVI II iO 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