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Sfce Wicfttta Sails gagle : m,z(Lxiz$am WovniuQ, tohzv 20, 1886
CHANGE IN MANNERS AND COSTUME
DURING THE LAST DECADE.
Unparallolcd Intellectual rrojrrcss of -tlio
rcople Christianity Superseding Bud
dhismSchools ami Colleges. Tho Em
peror's rromiscs Trade of tho Island.
Among the lato arrivals from Japan vrero
TV. C. Da Lano Eastlako and Ins mother, who
aro visiting San Francisco on their way cast.
.Mr. Eastlakois secretary of this Society for
tho Advancement of Medical Scienco in
Japan and a member of ILo Asiatic society,
and lias, during tho thrco years of his res
idence in tho orient, become thoroughly ac
quainted tvitb tho maimers and customs of
tho co2lf and not less familiar with tho
country, both in a poliiical and physical sense.
In an interview with a reporter Mr. East
lake iortraycd in glowing colors tho country
and its people.
Tho ijcoplc, he taid, are fast advancing in
tho civilization of their political, moral and
intellectual Jives, and scarcely without excep
tion are anxious to reap the benefits of Euro
pean an 1 American education. In thocus
torns of drc.o there has been a marked char.go
during the last decade until now the officials
and the better classes assume tho Engiii cos
tume. Among the former it is compulsory,
and upon the street the old Japauesa garb is
seldom seen except on tho poorer classes
Among the Initios, however, the loosa gowns
of the ol k-n days aro still popular, but even
these aro gradually growing obsolete, and at
fashionable balls tho European dress is gen
erally assumed, while tho programmes of the
Japanese orchestras generally include tho best
of English music.
i;a:;cs axd white teeth.
The odil yet picturesquo style of hair dress
ing which has so long prevailed m the coun
try has been superseded by that of the Amer
ican women, and tho fair foreheads of tho
royal ladies arc already hidden by the bang so
common in our own country. TLo fashions,
however, arc not set by tho empress. Tl
style adopted by tho minister's vwve? is con
sidered quito the proper tiling, and, following
their example, all ladies of culluio havo
dropped tho custom of blacking their teeth
and shaving their eyebrows.
,:Tho intellectual progress of the people- of
Japan," said Tdr. Eastlake, '-has been almost
unparalleled. Xot only has the cducat ional
system been established all over i lie empire,
but tho capital city boasts of a uiiivirMty that
can compare favorably with the lx t ( ollegcs
of the continent. German profesxn-a, pionri
ncnt for scientific ability and repeal ch , havo
filled tho cluurd in the scientific and medical
departments of tho Imperial university, whilo
in literature, both ancient and modern, Eng
lish and American men of advanced thought
bavo been chosen as instructor, llecentl'
tho stall or foreign professors has lcen di
minished and tho. vacancies filled by Japan
eso literati who havo returned from study
'The works of Huxley, Spencer, Darwin
and others havo been translated into Japan
ese, and are familiar handbooks to students in
Japan. The promulgator of Christianity
find that tiny havo a proud skepticism to con
tend with. The Japanese talk of the 'evolu
tion of species' and tho nebular hypothesis as
glibly ns our learned men. Buddhism is still
tho predominating faith, but Christianity is
rapidly establishing itself among tho moro
intellectual classes, although many of the
high ollicials express extreme bitterness to tho
doctrine and its introduction. This bitterness
is so great that to profess Christianity means
tho 1osscl an oflicial position. Tho people
aro not conservative, however, and it is only
a question of time when the Christian faith
will bo accepted throughout the country. In
all the largo cities public schools are main
tained, and it is compulsory that after attain
ing a certain ago children shall be sent to
school. In Tokio thero are two largo law
echools, one of which is conducted in tho
French and the other in the English language.
Added to these is an engineering college, with
its library of over 20,000 volumes and its ex
ten1 ive laboratories, which have been recently
merged with the Imperial college.
tke Eiir-Enon's promises?.
'Political affairs are not behind in th- oiu
ward march of civilization, and the chief ex
citement of tho country now is the prepara
tion for tho national assembly promised for
1800. Tho ground is already purchased -and
tho assembly buildings commenced, although
Ihero is naturally some misapprehension on
tho part of suspicious minds that the govern
ment may not carry out its promises to tho
people. As it now stands, tho government ii
in tho hands of tho emperor, assisted by the
senate and housa of lords, which in Japanese
is called 'Gen-ro-in.' Tho national assembly
will bo composed of representatives elev ted '
Irv tho people.from tho various districts into
which tho country is divided, thus making .
tho empire a partial republic. Law regard-
ing press criticism and public speech are very
stringent, and in neither is criticism of tho
government allowed. Regarding Japan's re
lations with America I am ablo to speak at
length. luy isit to this country is in the in
terest of an extension of tho mercantile
traffic. Tho United States and its peoplo arc
regarded with great respect by the Japanese,
and in their eyes, as Tho Jiji Shimpo, ono of
tho leading journals, expresses it, 'America
stands out in tho world liko a blossoming
pUnn branch among a thicket of brambles,
diffusing a rich ragranco and compelling tho
admiration of all for her great namo and
'America i Japan's largctt customer in a
commercial way, w hile, on the other hand,
none oe the staple products cf the United
States, except kerosene, find their way to
"The iT.ihvads of Japan are constantly be
ing extendi! and there aro now six com
panies, mbracing about 700 miles of raid.
These arc equipped with English locomo
tives, cars and rail, but Germany i making
every effort to seeuro this trade, and a con
tract has recently been awarded to German
firms for f urnihhig tho rails for eight? years.
You would lie surprised to see American
street car rolling along tho street.; of Tokio,
but there are many of them, and theso with
tho .imrikishu, or pullman cars, aro tho prin
cipal publk conveyances. The latter may bo
hired for wwuty-llvo cents a day, and tho
street cars carry passengers for a inoderato
chai-ge, ranging ironi two to eight cents, ac
cordme; to tho distance traveled." San I ran-
Girls at tho So:iia.
I havo carefully looked around ma for
sojuo of thoso fair maids of tho shoro vou
read of in correspondence. But up to date
nono liavo arrived. Tho average girl wears
canvas blioes 2-usted by tho brine, an old seer
sucker dress, a hat mashed down on tho south
tide, mashed up on tho north, bruised, bent,
broken and maltreated on the other two
side?, aikd sho digs a hob in the sand, falls
into it. puts on blue glasses and fights flies
and reads dimo novels. Thero is nothing
jaunty nothing picturesque nothing to ad
ruiro "in the careless maimer in which she
raises a ICo. S hoo and lucks viciously at an
inquisitive fly. 31, Quad in Detroit Free
A Boston journal for tho blind contains a
scathing screed against decolletto dresses.
Tweniy-thwe millioiregps were recently
E&ippcd from St. Louts at one time, only
PPO of vrhich were broken dating fheir
journey to New York. Exchange.
The grand jury at -Sitka, Alaska, is try
ing to liavo the steamship company in
dicted -for imporlkig tramps aud cranks
into the territory.
W. L. Mc
Sedgwick County Abstractor.
1 Mfi''-a',CMOWllS FORTKDUSAUDS KOBE IN THE VAUY3 UFThEWESTSkflB:?,
I am prepared to offer to Investors some Kare Bargains in Wick
ita Real Estate. Now is the time to invest; if you hold off r or
lower prices you will be woefully disappointed. Prices are still
daily advancing and will continue to do so.
Below is a Partial List of our Bargains and Sure to make Big Money
For the Investor.
75 f et front on the corner of Tenth st. and Wabash Ave.
50 feet front on Main st. in Fairview addition.
1 acre in Perry s addition; good location and a Bargain.
75 feet front on corner of Emporia and Kellogg sts.
100 feet front on the corner of Emporia and Lewis st.
5ofeet front on Fourth ave. 4 blocks south of Douglas ave.
10 acres in Tarleton's 3d add, very cheap; suitable f orilsub
dividing. 37 feet front on Market St.; new house, 4 rooms.
We have some very fine Business Property
tliat we can sell at Great Bargains-
I have oiwned a llrst Jla Livery .Stab'e onSjuth Water stiv3l. uavt to the DojIh Avenue IOtel, whero
will be found ilrst cliis Turn-outs,
New Cftrriajjos nice Driving Horses. Ever vthlug now and ilrit class. Give me a call.
- -" -TTil333SillRANTT
W. N. I)EAX.
DEAN I MAXWELL,
Real Estate Dealers.
Wo liavo property In every dcslrablo locality In tho dtp: also a largo list of Tarm Property. By calling
our offlcc pou can get our prices aud seo our property free of charge.
J ' Hrst stairway cast of AVichlta National Bank. DEAN & MAXWELL.
J. II. HOTJ.TPAY.
J. R. H0LLIDAY I CO.,
Successors to 1LUOR, & HOLLIDAY, Dealers In
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
No. 227 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan.
Now is the time to buy lots in this addition
while they are cheap.
ONE MILE SOUTH ON LAWRENCE AVE.
Street cars and large brick
School' house in connection. For further in
formation call at 611 S Market st.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Chattel Mortgages and City Property,
IN SMALL OR LARGE AMOUNTS.
SHOBT TIME AT THE LOTVEST BATES
Wichita Banking Co.
116 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE.
Finest : Restaurant : in : Kansas.
TVE JIAKK A SPECIALTY OF TltOKCAL yitUITS
AXD UAKE CONFECTIONS.
and MAIN Street?,
GANDOI.IO & UOSS2; Proprietors.
Bj-ancn Houe, New Kiowa. Kan. -
C?-N. 1!. Oitleri for ICE CREAM in any Havor pack
vd In Moulds or l'.u'ilc, promptly fllled.
A. n. 1LVXVVXLL, Notary Public.
The Oldest and Largest House in the City.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Nos. 138 and 140 Main street,
J. B. JOHNSTON,
Real Estate and
Investor :-- of S Capital.
Business Lots and Sub-Dividing Aere
Property a Specialty.
CTRAETG-ERS visiting the city with a view of investing, will find
it to their interest to call at Boom ITo. 1, ITohle Block, Corner
Douglas and Topeka avenues, and see plats of the Three Inside
Additions, all of which are within ten minutes walk from the
Sole Agent for these Additions.
J. E. JOHNSTON.
Improved and Unimproved City Property
on the best improved streets in the city.
Lots on the inside on street car lines and in
outside additions. Suburban lots on the east
side in Maple Grove addition.
Business lots and business blocks for sale
at special bargains. Several fine tracts near
the city for sub-dividing and plating.
Improved farms and grass lands in all
parts of the county; also ranches in this and
All parties wishing
to call and examine
W. A. THOMAS,
The Oldest Real Estate Agency in Wichita.
V. S. CunnETT. President, J. H. BLACK. Secretary and Treaurer
A. HESS. Vice PreIdcut.
Wholesale Groeer Company
Nos. 233 and 235 North Main St., WICHITA, KAN.
Spring .:. Work .:: at .:. Cost.
"We will offer for next thirty days our very largo stock of Spring
work, consisting of one very fine. Vis-a-Vis, one 12-Passenger
Hack, a number of fine Carriages of different styles, also Surrys,
Phaetons, Buggies, and Spring wa'gons in great variety,
At Cost in Our Repository.
This is no advertisinc scheme, bnt a notice to the people, made in
good faith, in order to dispose of a very large stock before the close
of the season We will, to accommodate persons who are not quite
ready to buy, take a small payment down and hold goods for a few
days. Will also take good notes on reasonable time.
Now is Your Chauee
To get a good vehicle at cost. Come early while there is a large
stock to select from. Remember the place,
KELLY, ALEXANDER I RAM,
123 MARKET STREET
Oil ft WESTERN MORTGAGE AND TRUST CO.,
Farm Mortgages, Interest at Low Rates, flo Delay.
ACT AS TRUSTEE3 FOR CORPORATION'S. CO-PARTNERSHIPS, ESTATES AXD IXDI7UrALS.
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS-
DAVID ROBISON. JR.. PuEsronvr, Toledo, Ohio. JAJIES J. ROEISOX, Szteetaet.
OPPIC3. 127 ?&.T2T STEE3T-
CASKETS, ROBES, GLOVES, CRAPE, FTC.
Kare trro flac hewe A private telephone djvci to"V7IctIta Ccracfry. OQo iltvays open on Doofc
avenue, Wichita, Kansas. ompt RtttnUon to onStrs by Telegraph.
a A. STAFFORD.
Real Estate and Loan Agents
Office south side Douglas ave, 2d stairway w of Lawrence.
WICHITA ICE COMPANY.
Will deliver ICE to any pari of the City.
Order b j maa or give orders to drivera f oar wagons.
to buy would do well
my list before buying
EL W. E33NDLE,
FUEKRAL -:- DIRECTOR.
And Dealer In
Wood, Cloth and Melalic Burial Gases
T. F. cixa
B.D ALLEX, If osary Public.
Allen, Graham & Jones
Make Loans on Farm and Chattel Security,
Office 414 Douglas Ave, Room 1. Wictdta, Kansas.
The foSIoTvinj: is a selection front oar lsre
palebv U9. on terma to snit narchaser.-". We
joining coautiea at ery low prices. Grazing
12 10ft. 133 in CHltlvatlon. honse and stable,
pood orchard; fenced Into 40 and SO acre
llelds vith water running through and
conveyed Into every -iO aero tract. One of
the finest gr.nin and best arranged stock
farnw In Kansas, one-half mile oechool,
two and a half miles to gewxi railroad
town, 11 miles to Wichita; $12 COO, one
third C4sh. balance to suit purchaser.
22 ICO. 150 In cultivation, CO acres tamo grass, '
10 acreo timber, goou honao ana stable,
fenced: 13 acres In hoff lots and carraU.
good well, pump and wlad mill, good or- I
chard, nood "-tiring; 1 mile to6chool. ;
three and a balrzniles to Derby, on rail
road, lino farm, SC.iOJ, on kooU terms.
3 J ICO, 90 in cultivation, house stable, ciib 20
inpastnre, fenced; Swells and cretk.good
orchard, Gl rods to chool. i mlled to
"Wichita; Sl.CtO, Kcash.
ZIH ICO. Ifilln cultivation, honso, Ftable and
crib, nice Younsc orchard, fenced: well,
pump and windmill; IK miles to Valley
Cenier, choico battom frm; SG.000.
ijiieo, GO in cultivation, house, barn, cribs
and graitscry.l-tonatock gcale.nice young
orchard, goodwells; $1,000. terms.
C2 ICO, SO in cultivation, small honso and sta
ble, crib and gralncry, some irnlt; 1 mile
toEchool. ."Kmilesto railroad town, 10
miles to Wicliita; $3,000.
75 JSO. 200 in cultivation. S" acres pasture,
fenced; good house, bare and ahed,2milea
to railroad town, 11 miles to Wichit.i;
eC 320, 140 In cultivation, GO pastire. fenced:
nice voung orchard, S wells, cistern; X
mile to bchool, a to one and 4 miles to an
other ratlroHd town. SH miles to Wichita,
very cheap; SO, 000, cash.
9G 20, 210 in cultivation, house, stablo aud
gralnery, good well and creek, 1 mile to
school, 11 milosto Wichita; good corn
farm; $7,500, terms.
10S 1C0, 60 In cultivation, house and stable,
fruitand forest trees, fenced; 20 acres pas
ture fenced, 4X milea to railroad town;
nrrtro. lioin cultivation. S5 acres pasture.
fenced; hou&e and barn, Hog and cattle
lota renceu; some nruii; muea to wim
lta, fine view of tho city; $3,500, terms.
155-125 lu cultivation, 2 acres timber, good
Iioujo aud barn, fenced; wells, orchard,
5 miles t, railroad town, 9 mllj3 to
165 1C0, 100 in cultivation, honso, barn and
crib, fenced and cross fenced; 40 a-re pas
ture, good orchard. 1 mileto school, 5J
miles to railroad town; $4,500, terms.
203 100. 110 in cultivation, house, stable and
crib, well, some Irnlt; Shi miles to 2 rail
road town, 12 miles to Wichita; $3,000,
221 1C0. 50 in cultivation, honfe, gruinery, sta
ble and crib. Tenced Bnu cross ienceti, .
ac es hog light; 3 good wells and nleo
creek, lino orchard; 7K mil m to railroad
town, 2f miles to KoseillU; W,5tO. part
22160, 50 in cultivation, house, tmoko house,
stable, grsinory, crib and fenced; well,
gootl orchard; one and a foarth miles ta
church, 2 milei to r. O , &ndles to rt.il
roadtown; 82,500: $1,000 on time
270 1C0, 70 in cultivation, house, Btable, cribs
and 2 canals, feed lots and renced; ood
orchard; SK milea to ratlioxl town;
272 VH0, 200incnUivalion. well improved, all
lenced and ait warereu, una cruin ami
stock rnrni; ?.X miles to railroad town,
two-thirds of it bottom; S20.WO, terms
274143, 1C0 in cultivation, fenced and cross
fenced: good house, ttabli and crlbi,
plenty oi good fruit, good well; 95,0)0,
270 DX, OOin cultivation, good hous and barn,
young orchard, 3miles to Goddanl;53,00O,
251 1C0, 90 In cnlt!vution,3-rof.:nhnufe, stable,
pasture fenced; Smiled to raiIroal town,
2S2 400, suitable for pubdlvldlag,. threo mil-s
lrom Wichita; price and terms on appli
cation. 2S3 "0, 50 in cultivation, houso and stsble.210
. i j .. ,....t .. Tt. r. n.it..n
from WlUiitn, special bargain ; 87,'j., K
233 ICO, lMIn cultivation, house, stable, cribs
etc. pasture, fenced; bearing orchttnl,
urst-ela s b atom land, X mil.; to school
2 mllea to railroad town; $7,009-
232 SO, 40 in cultivation. 2-roouihon8f,25afre
Iasture. fenct'il ; orchard, well and Nln-
nescah river bottom; $1,000.
2S1 1C0. JG1 cultivated, fenced; pmnll houe.
stable and crib, g ol orchard, well, pump
and wind mill: 5 mile- to railroad town,
COrodr to school; $1,260, terms
202 SO, 70 in cultivation, Imnee, pUbl", cribs,
etc., f.'ncrd Into Itlelds, nod young or
chard, A miiea to Wichtti, 40 rods to
fcchool; $3, SCO.
3C2 1. 100 in cultivation, good C-room honse,
good barn, jjrainery ;or UX) bu. pasture,
rncefl; 2 good velli", and crr-k, 'ruhanl,
K mile tOBrhooI, 4 mileH to Goddard and
Ginlen Plain: epecial hnrgain; S!2r-w,
$1,200 4 3X8 6 pcrct.
303 ICO, 110 in cultivation, houe. stable and
crib, hedged Into 40 acre fields, bearing
orchard; 1 mll to echooi, 0 mllea to rail
314 C20, 250 in cultivation, pmell hena-. Kan
srsstuble, pisturt, fesced; fin- orchard,
1 mile to School 4 miles to Detby, Verv
fine 'arm; $0,000, termj.
"We do not mate special efforts to
because 7e have
and -we desire to give our
Oioosiii - Their
in -which to buy. We take great plcastrra in showing property, txjt ;i
city and farm.
a E. JOKES "otrr 1-ubllo.
list of improved ami unlmprovM farms for
also havelarsw ttock ranchM In hf .f ..
lands from Bi to SlOper acre.
3IC b3, bO in cultivation, honse and stable, crib
aue giaccry. heIgcd all around, 9 acres
of rood frnis. 2 good wells, ejrotU:,.
357 ISO. 25) in cultivation, 2goodhouca,g i
barn, fenced all around, jtaature frn:u,
Koiil rrchnrd.l mileto school, "mil s t
Wichita, verj line farm and err ch-r,
35S ICO. kDlncnitlvtIon, house andetable.C 0
rod- of pjod hedge, well, good orchar',
Kmlle tofchool; S.:,5c0, Sl.OOduo Oct.
3C.1-1G.) 93 In cultivation, house and stable.
we. I. iO rods to bcoo1, S jnl!e3 to rail
road town; special bargain
:mi sic al
3S7 ICO, 120 in cultivation, house acd sUb'r,
giaiuery: fence-l Into 40 acre lieldc.2weIN
pood orchard of all klnda of fruit, gocl
Utm; $1,000, part tsmo
372100, CO In cultivation, house, stable and
gralnery, well nod spring, Mune oro ani,
1 miles ton Iroad town; $3,2C0, terms
371 320, house, barn.bugiy shed and gralnfrv,
all fenced, good canals and r.ed lot
fence 1; 2 mllea to echooi, 1 miio tj
Ssl 100. 70 in cultivation, house and barn, 15
acres pasture, fenco I; .' mile t school,
."miles to Andoer on Frisco road; i3,'2M
Si"L00, 320 In culttvation. gool
' and gralnerv, fenced at?d
stwj 4 yrs, e prr a.
feed lots and carrals fenced; running
'. uni iiiree guoti wciiti, une orcitarn.
5 miles to Ame&ley, 3 to Kdgeeutnb:
lo3S 1C0. COin cultivation, good grancr.3
m.iert torauroati town, vtry ticelan)!; Ii
miieeto Wichita: $4,000.
403 ICO, 120 In cultivation, houo. friable, crib,
gralnery and corrals. lenced and cro
fenced ;2 wells, pumpandnind ndll. Hun
and Urge orchard or all klnd-tof fruit; S
mile to school, 3 mile to Anduvcr on
Frisco railroad; 5,Ouo, part time.
42i 100, 110 cultivated, new 3-room hom
pantny and cellar, amok hon.ro; fenced
and cross fenced, good hog lot 2 Rood
solls. i ice young orchard, Hi roil a to
school, fi) miles to Derby, ltose Hill
miles $4. tOO
425 1C0, 100 in cultivation, house, stable and
crib, eorr.o fence, well, rreek; Studies to
Garden i'lalns.40 rods tochool; Si.OiO.
427 ICO, 80 in cultivation, pood houfe. barn
ami crib, 2 welln, orchard; 1 mllto
fchoolsl.'i iniled toChmoy on railroad;
423 7C0, 4:0 in cultivation, house, barn.graln
ery, ISO acres fenced with 3 wire. l.5
acres hog tight 7 wires, well, aprlng
and rher; 2 ncr. of choice fruit, bot
tom land; $2.5,809, S15.H0 cash, balance
at 7 perct.
430 1C0, 1C0 In cultivation, tunnll hoiue, 1 mill
tohchool, 3i mites to railroad town;
410 329 acres 175 In cultivation, kwiI liom,
large barn, f;nrwl; 2?ood wells, 1 wind
mill, G aere orchard: 4 r:i lei to railroad
town, miles to Wichita: $,W, very
good U mi:).
113 ICO. unimproved. ireed spring, l)f miles to
railroad town; $3,000.
4HW1G0, 75 In rultlvallon. 2.story 7-r o'n
hotf-o. good bm, a!io other J-taldirp,
aca-3 pasture, teeed; tolN, flnoy urr
orchard, 5 miles to railroad town, 1 to
Wichita; $5,J, $1,000 cieh, balaucn
117100, 20 iu cultivation, 2hou8". 2 spring,
Y mile to railroad etatlou; $2,w t- i
443 M). OOin cul'ivatlxn, lJi Htor7 IkiUm, n'a
ble, well fenced ,20 acres paiturn, ri-nci 1.
comeirult, 11 mlls to Ulchitn, $.',4)
150 0. IS In cultivation, email bciiiR. wr'l,
peneh tree-, 200 forst tre. .1 rr.Ie j
railroad town; $1..7, part time
431320, 235 In cultivation, good 2 story li
birn2U9tfftct, hayfork and derrlc! S
good Welle, .cistern, 210 ncre'i Jend ' r
pasture, good boaringorchnrd, 9 tnlirsto
Wichita. i mile to school; tIrt.0"J
471 ion. 50 in cultivation, mall Ihou , aar
railroad ttatlon; $l,tt. $i0ou tin 5.
472 liV, Win cultivation, goodhnse ar ' -a-n
110 fruit trees, k(t) forest tree. $vjO
473 1G-1. G'J In cultivation, Iioum and stat'e,
jolm tho town or ilurdoek, ILn ha
474 lf, Ifiin cultlMlion, no ImprcTe t
475100. 75 In cultivation, hoiue tol U"t,
$1,159; Sl.tNOan time.
7-lG0 unimproved ; $I,al; Jttwi UU
477 S20. &0 in cultivation. pooil3UJtt' a&l '.
Ul, 80 acre fnced,unetoc& farm, $1 'O
47B1CT, 115 in cultivation, howe aal t" .
40 acres patr.re. feneetl. 2 1 ''"
orchard; 9.20-.O; part Wm
479 gr, 20lln cultivation, gl lopror r ?
fiu-Jarm In go.d loeiMon; SM. ' s '1
lifiira, no in cul:lTiloa. ho rn
rencd, wf 11. 4im!l44to rlr'' t '
7 mllea to WlcilUi, bwaln, S
Special Lare'ins In ofc7 tktjbaa ; -
f hear 2;acre lot5 Colleg Hill.
Ftrn&hd tn acre tiwll4 srif table fr tlt jg
I autl gardening, xzzj low on tna l '
' JJustnfea lvti ou ifalc intl Dala'' '
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