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Jii I-r sar i kL3i9t Edition VOLUME NI i WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY OCTOBER 1910 r Y tDCE K TS AtWEEK II BURLEY TOBACCO POfl OF 1910 ISin Off BY BOARD c Hurried Meeting of Society Repfescotatives Decides That This Years Pool Is Failure lJLEXINGTON Ky Oct 1iBy a resolution adopted by a unanimous vote at 1154 oclock Saturday night the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society officially declared off the pool of the 1910 crop The pool will have a technical existence only until the individual growers them t selves have acquieseed in the action This acquiescence iprobably have effect in the sale ofa vast quantity of tobacco Monday as the growers aie released of all obligation Passing with the Burley poolalv ist11c independent pool lauchcd iff t Georgetown last Wednesday By a declaration sent to the meeting here the founders of the new movement concur in the course forced upon thee Burley BoardeIn a statement prefacing the res olution President LeBus outlined what may be the policy of the Burley Tobacco Society He was vocifer ously applauded when he referred to a possible cutout of the 1911 crop and said that those in the 1909 pool should demand a fair price for ths 1909 crop even if they had to hold ittTire only speech a session continuing until midnight was delivered by Col Joel B Fort He made a very bloquent presentation uf the position of the growers saying that they TRW ifeenaforced to retreat but that they would never consider surrender The call for the extraordinary ses sion was unexpected In explanation of the call President LeBus stated that the of the by trust buyers m hartIdecided several members of the Exr ecutive Committee Friday that tore lease those in the pool was the only just course It was agreed to wait until Saturday for further develop ments Reports continued disc Qur aging and the Executiye Committee 73 I resolved to call the District Board together in Members wore notified by wire and J over thirty members reached Lex ington by evening trains Following is theresolution adopt cdfMoved that we approve of the action of the President in calling the jd District Board in extraordinary Ses sion Since it has been reported to us that large numbers of tobacco grow fxmthe W are selling their 1910 tobacco and that the buyers are paying from 12 Ationit duty as representatives of the tJacco poolers of the 1910 crop to now recommend the declaring of the said 1910 offso fat as our au thority extendsMWe are of the opinion that it would be unjust to those who have been so yearsrand who by gjanSe have made the tobacco mar lct to told them while the opposi rfoiijgtakes advantage of the situa tionHbased upon existing conditions and as I of the people we feel 4representatives duty to use whatever power we possess to relieve our in IcontractsBefore action was taken on the resolution reports were heard from all count chairmen Without excep Tiou they took the view that the out look was hopeless as a result of the influx trust buyers who they re ported were flooding the country like a tidal ware buying crops without even inspecting the same cursions had demoralized the pool jug rallies called for Saturday President LeBus acknowledged the necessity of retreat with characteristic gameness and looked to the future with uncompromising resole Hon We are forced to back track limit only to get a stronger foothold lie declared Tonight the patriot gets on equal terms with the dumper lie has a like opportunity to dispose of the 1910 crop to the ad vantage hope that you will de wanda fair price for your 1909 to bacco and if necessary hold it indefinitely If ifc becomes imperative the 1911 crop can be cutout from border to border 0t 17a 1 Y tot ji r iEdktt i flIE WINCHESTER NE 7 5 E r I BEATTYVILlf DANK Cus ITS DOORS Directors Have Seen Meeting Daily But Were Unable to Prevent th FailureBEATTYVILLE Ky Oct 17 Bcattyvtllo e ts aturday afternoon National Ban Examineratlaig Percy H JofmstQii isin charge o f ittutioniThe failure was cans banks inability to pay i1 checks fo rlarge mounts the were presented at the counter The sSTutional Bank of Beattyvill succeeded1 the Bank of Beattynlle in 1905 Mind at the last published report September 1 had a capital of 25000 and a surplus fund of 300 and deposits aggregating 60000 Examiner Johnston has been in Beat illc all of this week The direc ors Jyive been meeting daily but were unable to prevent the failure At this time it is not known just what the final outcome will be AGED WOMAN PASSES AWAY Mrs Mary Catherine Eckley Moth er of Mr W P Eckley Dies of Paralysis Mrs nary Catherine Eckley aged died at the home of her son Mr V P Eckley Saturday night follow gj an attack of paralysis MrsV Eckley Before her marriage teas Miss Aldrich aridtwosboth and retired in this county She is survived by bet sOl Miv W P Eckley amidotte sister Miv Martha GlovcA ft i f The ilineral services were conducts a the residence of Mr Eckley on South Maui street Sunday after noon at 3 oclock by Elder J W larding and the remains were bjiried inUre Winchester cemetery Following were the pall bearers JTFord Jas A Bootie J H Powell alter Hackett M D Royce and WIll M Harding POSIIION AS TELRAPHOPLRATOR Ella Gillispie r of Shelbyville Will Have Charge of Postal Tele graph Service Here =Miss EUa Gillispie of Shelbyville lids accepted the position as tele graph operator at the Postal Tcle raph office in the BrownProctoria otel nod assumed her duties Mph lay afternoon Mr Sinclnir who has had cliarao of this office for sev irat weeks has resigned and acccpt ecYtt similar position in Louisville N5HNILY KlilED ON- fXGURSION TRAIN John Doty Shoots Eq Bryant as Re- Board suit of Trivial Quarrel on Cincinnati Special lttfohn liotv shot anoinstitutly lulled 3d Bryant just4i the excursion train front Cincinnati left Paris Sun lay night The meIiad been en aged in a quarrel aid were drinking in their way from Cincinnati It ls anted bv witnesses hat Bryant had severely cut Dbtv bout the face and that he shot Brant in self defense The couduelr on the train caught Duty as1sootas the Shooting tool place and held aim until the ar ived Jii thirift mid Wed him over fb otTicerslStride anl Ballard when the in this city Both were polo lived a Lancaster a td llvantjat Star ford fficeb Bhllaird 1D ely to Pal it- I i or tin t t V f t t lf IS KILLED BY t 1 9 HEcrRw mf John H Hockman Democratic Can didate For Common Pleas Court Drops Dead at Ohio Home DEFIANCE Ohio Oct 15Johnj H Hockman Democratic Candida e for Common Pleas Judge in this district fell dead at leis home in North Defiance Friday night The cause of death is uncertain It may have been heart failure or electrocution from an electric wire eas the tips of ins nljfers were burned He had gone iiito1a bathroom to shave and it is tile bbelief that in turning on an electric light and wat er at the same e he received a shock from the light to the water Apparentlyeof health Mr Hockman was born in Defiance dItJudge June 18 1910 the was nom inated for the Democratic Common Pleas Judgship MADE MOONSHINE TO SECURE EDOCATION Young Mountain Boy Wanted to Fin ish Schol and His Chance in Life an For Success ATLANTA On Oct 15lilrec1 hyf the desire to secure an education DI yoZty an 18yearold mountain boy of Dawson Ga started to making moonshine liquor in order to secure the necessary funds and soon fell into the hands of revenue officers alIn the Federal Court Friday he told this story I wanted to finish school and have a chance in life I didnt have any money Id been teaching but could nt find a seiiool this summer The crops were all planted and 1 couldntr get any farm work to do offered 20 cents a gallon to make moonshine whisky and I took it be cause I wanted to go back to schoolel Advising the boy togo back home He aird n ike his smoney some other way maii sentellcet1 EPOCH MAXING TRIP TO EUROPE Walter Wellman With Crew Five Of N Men is Sailinq Along New York Coast ATLANTIC CITY N J0ct 17 =r Sailing into a thick fog thaUiung low over the Atlantic ocean Saturday Walter Wellman with a crew of fivcO men is believed to be on an epoch making voyage to Europe in a huge cigarshaped airship the American Starting from the beach a few mint mites after 8 oclock the big craft was of soon out of sipfct of time cheering irowxL Since then no one with the possible exception of ships at seaG has seen the strange craft and only word from her crme by means of at wireless Numerous messpffes were received during the day and the lat est indicated that Wellman is easily tisailingof GERMAN HEIRESS CHOOSES HUSBAND o Newspaper Advertisement Brought Forward Henry Oliver Brown Building Wrecker By Profession WASHINGTON Oct 15Iiss Eugenie Adams the German gril who in order to inherit a fortune left by her uncle in Germany had to marry within li weekafter being notified she was anjChekes has chosen her has bands A iievjpaper advertisement brought her t man in three days litBis Atay Suitors came by the hundreds and Friday Miss Adams select IfeHenry Oliver Brown 34 ears old 1 l 7c J a native of Warred county Penn building wreckel by profession ato heft ir ter by confessio- nAccouliiiiedby a oman reporter Eugenie sat inan office and the 10 selected suitors were allowed to en It i one at atime Having drawn for precedence Brown went first Eu genie looked ofer all the others an then sent for Brown A sailor ir costume was a close second There were tears rolling dour brides cheeks when she said Im so glad its settled Im go ng to have a husband after allan d I will get the money left me by my uncle in Germany Thats what J IIWilllt Im not going to bother her put in Brown vjif swear Ill beat it vhm the ceremony is over Honest I will1m doing it for the money The bride and groom were taken to a lawyers office to have tIre parting atthealtar contract drawn up in legal for- mSENI DOLliVER DIES SUDDENLY A Osteopathic Physician fneVpectedly Discovers That He Could No Lon ger Hear Heart Beats FT DODGE larbct 17United States Senator Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver died of dilation of the heart caused by ran attackfof acute indigestion of at his residence at i 30oclock Saturday night while being rubbed by osteopath physician Senator DolII livers sudden demise was wholly unHexppcted by his rah fives and 1P who thgWhhe had almost ofkiat t suffering for a week Senator Dolh4jr had been up all at day and had made the trip from hit residence down town He told sever of the men whom he met that he believed he had completely recovered front his indisposition which followed his trip through WJkconsin on a speeqji making tour for Senator La v Follette While vroikiiig over Senator Dol l the osteopath physician was using an instrument to listen to the Senators heart action The physi unexpectedly discovered that he was no longer hearing the heart beats at first thought time instrument was faulty Examination revealed the patient was dead SATISFACTORY c z ADltlSTMENJ clUf Wage Question Is Mafic By 1 Nti Company and Increase Will Begin November I LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 171n- creased par from 10 to Iii pei lent is booked for 4000 L N lonductors brakemen flagineu bag t gage men and train porters Tim announcement was made Saturday night after a conference of almost wo weeks of the General Committee Adjustment of the Order of Rail ray Conductors of the L N railroad followed by conferences with Manager B M Starks The conductors held their sessions the Gait House and met wifclu Mr Starks at the L N offices They adjourned at 7 oclock Saturday evening Avhen official notice of their acH on was given out by A R Dye Nashville Tenn chairman of tilt Adjustment Committee and L B Valtz of Evansville secretary Theii statement was as follows satisfactory adjustment of the ware question between tile Louisnll Nashville conductous and the management has been concluded based n the Washington agreement of the ioutheastern Association diich carries with it inrQVeasel pay tatting from 10to17y2 per cent Thel irakemen flagmen baggagemen and train porters r s ir AR DYE Vf General Ch tiirman R R C cBWALTZ Secretaij 0 RC The increae becomes effective November 1 It is stated by Chair man Dye thai none of the employes g affected will receive less than 10 percent but Details are not made pub e It is bad enoughto be mjuwd toa woman who has a cold heart but mestoscolafee ugli Wp 3 t a STANLEY KfTCHELl r DIES OF WOUNDS Champion Middleweight Pugilist Of II Waltdr Hurtz a Farm Hand SSPRINGFIELD Mo Oct 17 Stanley Ketchell champion middle weight pugilist of the world died here Saturday night at 705 oclock as a result of being shot by Walter A Hurtz a ranch hand The shooting took place on the ranch of R P Dickerson a friend o Ketchell near Conway 40 miles ens of here An hour before die aie Ketchell regained consciousness His condition soon took a decideschant for the worse however and he die quickly The pugilist died in a Springfield hospital where he had been rushed after arriving here from Conway on a special train chartered by Dickerson Three physicians were on the special An operation was performed at the ranch house in the attempt to locate the bullet It was not found report from Conway has it that a 22 calibre title bullet the same Pat tern as that which inflicted Ketchelltr wound was found on the floor of tire room in which the shooting took place Out in the wooded hills Hurbs L Ketchells slayer is fleeing before t pack of bloodhounds and a posse o f officers and citizens Dickerson has placed a price of 5000 on the body Hurte The members of the posse are armed with repeating rifles Hurtz is believed to be a desperate and none intend to take tiny on asking him to surrender e twill be fired upon on sight Hurt ill battle for his life iflte shoot all with the revolver of iris vic tim After shooting Ketchell who was the breakfast table nllcu he was hot Hurtz rushed from the house into the yard He then faltered a moment turned and went back into the room where Ketchell lay upon the floor Reaching into Ketchells pocket he removed the pugilists 38culibre w olvcr and struck him on the head vita it then he ran from the house Investigation of Hurtzs belongings ins led the officers to believe his rea iame is Walter Dipley and that he is tom Webb City Mo The trouble between Ketchell ant is said to have started Friday Emgercdoine clown to the ranch which ad joins one he recently purchased t spend a few days Hurtz thought Ketchell was going beyond the province of a visitor te rke him to task for his abuse of thlP animal Itas Ketchells while staying at the ranch house tc at the table with his face toward door leading into the house thee lining room being built in an old porch Saturday morning Hurt entered sarrying a rifle and said to Ketchell Throw up your hands Ketchell not realizing the seriousness of the situation smiled and started to list to hradurned completely around Hurtz fired VICTORY FOR 85 ROXA KOLAS an he Boys Win From Georgetown Base Ball Team By Score 2 to on Sunday Afternoon The Roxa Kolas defeated the Jeoreetawn base ball team Sunday afternoon by the score of 2 to 1 The game was a battle between Fdtvarlsfo v Jtoxa Kola and Lynn for Georgetown most of the way hroush Avith LAIIII receiing the better of the argument until the last Af the ninth he weakcIJedc and overtthe rubber The Roxa Kolas fieldingg outfit Corked badly at times especially at opening of the inningsmind the first plan lip invariably succeeded aettinron first base Avhiclr made it necessary for Edwards to pithut of everal tight nbjes in In onlyR pe inning however did this prove disastrous This was the fifth inning andit all started with clean hits In iis iniung Graycraft led off with a single Barkiey foi aued Avitl another and sofiUdPprt ey Craycraft tried to store on P r Portleys1it but Crane fielded th e caughim e and would have been the third out but Prewitt lost his head andren off of first and Carrick who shoal d andjreached the second station again The Roxa Kolas were unable to hit Lynn in succession until the ninth when they turned apparent defeat into victory Watson the first up doubled to center Shea followed with a sings- to left Watson taking third Ed wards then hit a sacrifice fly to cen forian argument with the umpire and while this we wiuuind R runThe features of the game was the i tching of Edwards the fielding o Shea Lindsey Abbott and Sable an the batting of Craycraft Barkley Carrick Crane Watson and Shea Georgetown AB R II PO A E Craycraft 3b 05 0 2 Ojfo 0 Barkley If 4 1 2 2 0 0 Portley ss 4 0 1 220Craycraft e4 00 Gi0 Carrick 1b4 0 2 8 u 0llus Lynn p4 01 0 2 0 Sable 2b3 0 02 5 2e Abbott cf A 0 02 0 0 1mTotals 3G 1 9 10 2a Winchester AB R II PO A E Potts cf 30 0 1 0 0 Crane 2b 3 0 2 7 4 0 3inter ss 401262Marrnulotrt c4 00700Watson 3b4 11 5 3 1 Slrca lf4 1 1 10 0 Edwards p 4 0 0 1 4 0 Prewitt lb 30020 0 Vice rf 3 0 11 0 0 Total 31 2 27 17 3 One out when winning score was made Score By Innings 3corgetown 00001000 01Winchester 00000000 22 Twobase hitsCrane Ginter Watson Baseof iJalls Off Edwards1 off Lyon Struck OutBy Edwards4 Lynn Stolen Bases Crnue Edcards Time145 Umpire Ogden emlance300 MPLOYMENT1FORCONVICTS til Commission Lets Contract c For Labor of 250 Prisoners to New England Chair Company FRANKFORT Ky Oct 17At a meeting of the Prison Commission here Saturday the contract for the labor of 250merr ill the Frankfort penitentiary was awarded to the New England Chair Company and loOjnen the HogeMontgomery Company AIDIartintents a day a man beginning on January 1 The other company which nov has the contract for 050 men at cents a day will pay 75 cents a day for 150 men A report was made to the board by expert who went over the bids made by the various companies and a decided that the bid made by Col to Martin was the best The contract was signed Saturday afteruon TOO LATE Ti CLASSIFY LOSTBlack silk umbrella Handle ty silvertipped Marked Yon De laney Return to Miss Taylor at Mis Calmes residence Reward 10173t LOST Brown corkle spaniel whiter breast Rewaw rReturn to Prew itt Harris WiiircssFuniiture Store 16xi3trFOR SALE100 hogs in lots to suit purchasers to be delivered from 20th to 25ti ot November Can be slauglrtered on premises B Ogden y 10litfl FOR SALE Phaeton in good condition liar icss almost new Will take i5hrt pay e feed J C AUGHT fKri ioi73tvf FORsAtECi projjerfy twb story dWelling 8 rooms is hie Apply to D Fox RealEr s agentWinchester ircEldowneyBxiildrng Ky 103r3t J Eft- t ltd Tuesday ilMc la i9 ed 17 of our of ex1 l1 sew of th of 25 r ht y MUBICAL rRfAf fUR WINGHESTfR Provided Sufficient Number of Tick ets Are Sold Famous Pianist and Soprano Soloist Will Appear Here Provided a sufficient number of tickets are sold in advance William greatestethe great puma donna soprano will nip KentuckyIon Thursday eve Shortrecitalsat 3 30 p hi on The Educational Value of Music Those purchasing tickets for evening recital admitted free to the nftcrnooii flecture recital The afternoon rep cital will be especially helpful to students and pupils of music There is no better known American pianist than Mr Sherwood Hi4 name is a household d among music teachers and3nusi5 IOVCIK throughout the length and breadth ot entire country Mr Sherwood more than any oil musician has stood for American music for the American people rnifllIthrough his playing he has dem onstrated that American artists an just as good as those from time charmed circles of Europe Mr Sherwoods tour for the sea son of 19101911 is perhaps time mint extensive he has ever taken It will qPPOlItnnity this period of his lifeputlingiul his work the finished technique of thirty years practice uul into his interpretation the refined study and experiences of a lifetime Every mu sician should wake it a point to heat him Mr Sherwood is a painter of mus ical ideas He has a genius for tone color His greatest charm lieaiu his interpretation Not only docs he in terpret he creates and is especially effective in the composition that he will play mi this tour lie is assisted by Miss Virginia Listemann a soprano with a beau tifully clear resonant quality of tone anA ia charming p l6iutlibj Tlic management 6l this tour i the hands of Mr J Sainidcrs Gordon who has most suce ssfullv managed tours for Emma Calve Ma dame Blanche Marches Mndnmo Butterfly Company Leoncavello La Scala Orchestra The Gordon Grand Opera Company etc IIe admission will bojLpp Etvl 1 for all children JiP i and students CONfERENCE i OF GROWtHS Hark County Invites Meeting of Counties at Winchester on Tucs day October 25 After considerable discussion at the meeting of Clark comity white burley growers held at the courthouse Saturday it was decided to cull conference of the burley counties meet attlie courthouse Winches cr on Tuesday October 25 1910 The following was the resolution prepared J At a meeting of the White Bmlrv Growers Association of Clark comarin convention assembled at tli ourHmuse in Winchester litnuOctober 15th and after a full dis mssiqn of the advisability of forming a pool of 0 the White Burley tll burro grown in 1910 the following esolulion was moved and adopted Resolved That a committee of five o repAesent- ii the growers of this county n conference tobe heldin Wincbcn ter on Tuesday October 25 for tio purpose of meeting representatives from other cpvirifies comiQsin r trio VJiite Burley District We the committee respectfully ill vile and urge the growers toijpeid their representatives to this cduffr e Ifnce Signed v i TC IOBISON- h J tt k HAMPTON 4 v DaSGAYr t ABRAM REXICK Ap tnnnlias a to strike a oraiin iinlcss to Iicr heli1 1TAL I rT TZ TT t jiJ Ii 4ce I rI f i fl Et ai 1iiwir 0 t L t i 1ti+ + raIsagP rr1 y AI1oi lJaleat ulA pI jHE 1 H rrS t r c7 r fcn Independent Newspaper iJr t Published 3 t Tile Winchester News Co Incorporatldx OmCCi 209111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at tho postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Actof March 3 1879 Both Phones Ho Si SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily 0110 yeap 300 Six Months 150 Ore Month 2J Payable in advance- ADVERTISING uj RATESADisplayPer One time any edition 21 Three times wifliin one week 50 One week continuously rvl 100 One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week lBO Four weeks tw o times a weok 120 Four weeksone time a week 7 Reading Hotics fPer Line Business notices body type 71e Pure reading news heading 15e Three continuous insertions ofsame item at double the onetime rate ClassifiedPer Word ItOne insertion any edition 1t Three insertions continuously 2 Each t InsertionsOne calendar mo continuously IOc Nothing counted less than 10 word Nojjem charged on books foe less than 25 cents rt t j THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADV t tSl1G pYiTlU GENERAl OFFICESINEW YORK BRANCHES ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES MONDAY OCTOBER 17 910 4 THE PASSING OFiLEBUS hDc iioitin nil nisi bonnin- We verc imlifd to emit when we firt jiViVot ihe downftllof LcBu- In Iitl we kclJ friend to write iy ot The Morgue laeauiii Lexiu ui tLiirial place of eiifc prie vliiei drill pr6Sperou in 31 iirlie tcr lOll aJt r their le Tiuvii to Hvillc Hut du1J lIt cmcinboi ed tio mil htiis of uri urtb of 11OJ 10 bceo till t njiia Inl yea rV poo iiid the of Clatk cilixeiis in iliat 1I deci ledto ay h lit tle iKi ihc All patriotic citizen lioiild loml at ei their iliterest anti ymi atiy in luivent the American Tliacco iiiiiimv from robbing the rower on lle tolyiiCCO ill the pool The nool idea is not lead Ti vMi lunate iII LwBos beconfc leftse e1ittltittll I ielttlers OIlI l men nspieums of oolir lint1e formation alit tronger and teater iiMil anioii white hurley ovveis de Itl absolutely on tIll AHUM Iran To VbiVcM Coi jjay IT the tuii con tinues to psv fair living prices for tbaeio allull and w1 it it re turns to the liiiis ot a fev years ayo nothing n prevent it IIW pool We wcr4iiiI41 to be IJIolnt- etlyyilh 1e rtuhif llie meeting of- tobaceii grmv ci on Saturday We had hijiid tlie foiuiation ofI Clark county iiilciiendcnt oul131st in the liirht tit the il tiltitt Satnr day ttitH iti 411fu calling a grower nliI ne at Wincht ter on- Tueday ve probablv tie bet iioil teii viiici could br taken Tin rn t 1114111 arc riiliag the riitt unies pnving cents 11I iti cot If thce pie siiil rlMii lurliier most i 111I Cs tiy IiIili tOlitn Ptr111l vo will Ion new poul next TUILtIPiciIint T auolovevor Will so rt bnih strong on ti1time Ri uiiii re htpnibjc but is tHY ut IUV lilliv llctt1 lCjJhlJ3heie is an expression used by Aa lUMBER MANUFACTUIG CO WllU America foivino tiuii ne ot the woilds nio t eiiiinent niniciun not1CttttlpCel and concert soloit vio will appejr at the lttttky Wcslcvan Collesre u October 27 in nearly everyone tit is rftliculoiis hi ud itTer heel head user iieels PtuIijt7iyldV u ever sec a flit tlhaI humatj It AraigwiTOs head wasnut rttPT ilTOlif tThere are some people wo wit nut tell till truth even it it were Jit tcr tor tiiem to do so ila tvrutlgnit th thillIWe heard DdH1I bout fifty cent lIltJrIcrya votild luivt hougit ti tllnHS ngc A Jtv Bro is written a btnik fllnllher is sanctioned fir q fluoIfIJo1Spolygfiinv all1thiuin their logltvi connecti n said allowjiucc for dire onditious IIIIklI vuling at the time the Book written NEGRO SHOl IN BUCKTUWh Fought Over Trivial Matter and Mike Ferrill Inflicts Pistol Wound on John Stone liik1eriitt colored hot Juan Stone ialiis arn Saturday niglit in Ilictiug a painful wound The mm were ligli ting over a trivial nia1 when legging itiioiit wuniiu ililitil his pistol and began lirhjg siiikhi Stone in his nrni OfTieers Micine Bnlurd vlio were in Bui iili- at the time stnesied Fenill nil jjlo- d him in His exjiniiiviig ti will be itch Mouc1j1Y1Iht Wealth of the Country Think or an acre of ground covered with a pile of silver dollar 120 feet high That would be the po tT presented iftho whole wp tu of the linmounts DONTcEVEMHAVETO TAKE OFF YOUR COAT to put up our mullwork Youll had i the pit 1anelsvc sashes otu eat so tnw and according Ho inejisurc toLentworld Jo fasten them where they be long Suppose W91tihufuu spine interior decomtion that ill Plant he beauty ofj yqur hou e at ate expense I WINCHESTER INCORPORATED MR rn H S1tRWOOn and jail nitaictnte in the aftcruion IIIKheii n will be Tniiiprnifd by Mir Viiyinia lIeittiiiU iKted so pt iti Voloist Pfn ES FURU Mt ffi ABOUTiT MR COUHCILMEN To tlie Eilitor of the News Ile the IIndcJsi led do uordia1I- Write the Couuciltnen especially thIthejotildd use each aians money in his own ward to bring tlieir wivei around and liclp wither the Spanish needles from around the grave yrrd that there hI II vjstennct tess mckiuff at LJO church doors And obliges The Ladies of First Avenue ICfRnWn GOES rO I t l SnRU o Hon ArF Byrd is on Train and Will Rfctke Gampaifin peoch in McntgomerysGaunty Seat Monday was county ciJiirt day lt Sterling and tlitreDumbr rots farmers M gt 4 leCtL 0 train for that city ftfr J the putyo oIn the market in InrJr Hun A Iyid1enlnoerI1ticat iidte for Congress in the Tenth District Mts at o on tficlrnin lie s cbr1 dclli t r t l4aUitl thMiii Monday afteniono In n pouvei IIionOlr Byrd stated that he had invited Hon Jon W l anjiey the Republi can nctuhuv wiio was in that city the 1 ttcr pirt or ttio week but tai lie iid declined slid he nlldr too that he hand left Alt Sterling AUDITORIUM A 111111lit horn will be gee at fire Auditorium the Ire ilonday right and ty ofthe hen art work i4 the sua UmCi booked to open Jot KMincdy the chami ion trick skater Ir on the iiroyram in omiec ton with h inn and Hiaho in a nov nnHwIt 1111J new pictures the show is IlJU tale standard lE CURSIDN TO lMOTH j Be Run Over the L N Road r Leaving Union Station we Morning t SdaYj An excursion wall be run to moth Cave over the L N leaving WiuehOstor at 715 oclock on tine moruinjr of October 19 The fare rill be 505 for the rojid trip and the hotel board bill and cave suit ieoshvill until tto 550 nakinru total for the delightful out 12f Sec ad in todays paper NATIONAL BOTTLRS II Mr G Lee Wainscott RcurcsentativcII of Kentucky is bers at CorivcntionI It jLryaiiiscolt manager oli 111 Iioxa pa i n this city r IfilIgate Imm Kentucky lo the conven tii n uf the JijTutipntil Bottlers Pro lective Association Mr Wainscot I was the only rep reetitative Trout this State at tht eonveiition having beets appointed the Margate at Ue Kentucky hot Ill meeting in Louisville in August The State Association cuSld haY found no better repiesentative as Mr Wrinscott soul became a prom ineiurhirrettft the convention at iihladclphia and was styled tilt Kentucky Baby this being the first hire Kentucky lias been represented it jllie National niceling The first otwr hestowtd upon Hiiii wi ntttle seer ln of ilie nominating eullulillee IjljateV h Jva4iriade a nienibcr of the executive committee nd by the virtue of thi ollice he he comes a director of tlie American Hot tier a paper published for cll fit of the bj5llols all over IhW ionntrvr About three thousand people at eel reel this convemioir and were toy tally emenaineu ny the people of adelphia PhilI l GETS CONIRACI j FOR BUlLINCSI Mr Grant Win Will Have Charge of 0rand Tin Work For Two handsome Structures MrG Wiltof this city vas last week rrtnrded two nice contracts for plumbing and tin work on buildings in other cities mho latest of these ywtrncts was the wor kon the Cedar Creek College being built by the United Presbytfciiim ehimh at Cedar Greek flemiI This is tit third cvm tract Mr Wit thnb filled for this iihureh The other contract was Ip arplflun a la rue residence in Ver olttthl CAR SYST M iOUT OF COMMISSION Changes Are Made in Gas Line Which Supply the Engine at Power P m tqThe street car which is operated on the Blue Grass Traction Imii stoppedcSundTiy in order that tmiges in the gas lines whjoli supply Ihp ltugPen bue mule The line yells a tI iHenteTwn cJiaiigcd to a higl preezlirc in order thin the supply titIeittitcr cooler yvt was coipjjliated late Snularlar nigfl uirtl the car W lt tarfcdagnni Monday lnurnitt IGROIhIPiG WEAKER r Mr Tirolni Walden islnttlhgroyritu1werker Mit WaiHlen Is also quite sick T Hubigs pies All varieties at rish Sw Bradleysr L rtf parI The Soft Answer Murphy di byfeaajHye cud lick me wld yer eyes shut I did Misther alwayshutd dhrinltjl THr RjiC CROP Frigid Yield From Greenlands t icy Mountains fPJ tr atr1Falitf THE MAKING OF AN ICEBERG t Huge Sheets of Ice a Mile Thick InI Places Slide Down to the Sea as the Ends Become Too Heavy They Break Off and Form BergsIAt any time of the year encountered in the Atlantle1north of the fortieth parallel approximately that of New York and between 42 and 55 degrees west longi tude but It is in spring when the creasing warmth of the sun loosens the arctic floes and causes the bergs to melt and float from the places where they have been stranded that there is the greatest danger to the mariner The bergs hake theirf origin almost exclusively in western Greenland al though a few mar come around Cape Farewell from the Silltzbergen sea and a mile thick in bayIof Greenland tbe valley toward the sea into which it is thrust in great sheets fifty miles wide As these ends become too heavy they break off send become bergs The proc ess is known as calving The pieces set adrift thus may be a thousand feet out of the water and a mile square but as they drift about they become jjjrokeri and continue tq diminish in Usize jintli they finally disappear com pletely The process sometimes takes several years Once set adrift icebergs find their way into the Labrador current and begin their journey Rut of aH bergs so set adrift only a very small proportion ever find their way into the path of the transatlantic steamships Nor do all bergs take the same course Some go south others lodge against the shore or against islands Two years may separate the time that two bergs reach a low latitude though they were calved at the same mo wentrice also offers an bbstruction to IField though bj their great size and bulk they oftezi act as plows and aid materiqUs in breaking u theIce fields which obstruct the arctic ba sin Ice fields ark more affqcted by the wind than are icebergs Bergs gener ally drift with the current so that one sometimes is seen moving into the wind 1 Advantage is taken of this by the sealing and fishing boats when caught iu nn ice Geld They often moor to an iceberg and are towed miles through the ice through which otherwise they could make no headway This is ac complished by sinking an anchor into the berg and using a strong towline As the berg advances open water with small floating eds left astern Hut this is indeed a dangerous thing to do All ice is brittle but especially beenIof a gun at times will accomplish the same end In July and August when the bergs are breaking up along the coast of Labrador the noise at times is deafening and the noise of true of ten causes another to break up From their very uKurc icebergs as smote an endless variety of shapes Some resemble geometrical figures while others carry fantastic domes spires and minarets Sometimes they appear to be veritable Ice bridges with twq separate supports in many there are great caves and indenta tions As they drift south and begin melting cascades of water pour down their sides or run from the tips of the hundreds of icicles which depend from even letlge- Frequently there are outlying spurs in the water as dangerous to ships as submerged reefs For this reason vessels should always give them a wide berth half a mile being considered the nearest that one may be approached with safety Several years ago the British steam ship Nessmore ran into an iceberg and stove in her bows When she was docked a scratch was found next the keel the full length of the ship the TheSspur The government report says hit is generally best for ships to go clisintdrift to leeWaru while open water will found to windward IlIC o nicely are icebergs balanced in water that the slightest melting will cause the center of gravity to shift and the entire berg will capsize or founder Thus many ships have been wrecked 1Field ice is formed throughout the waters within the arctic circle south as far as Newfoundland and each year vast floes leave the shores and drift south into the paths of commerce Tbe arctic ice often has lived through several seasons In the far north and occasionally is ten to fifteen and sometijnes ticentyr feetjhiclw Be cause of its continual motion due to currents wind etc gradually it becomes broken ijp Swells from storms In the open seas cause it to raft or pile one pan on anotherin the arctic every piece of field ice is a Jktlluntil- it is covered with httwtineli t1dingfrozen to the shore or by the grindiirj whc1itrary wind and tide This rotary mo- lion it is said Is particularly danger nns to ships Haut get caught betwee- ntieldsChicago Inter Ocean IL1jL iII 4nllbtlt1 mcnt 111Oi itMisS Laura Brown r 4r 1of New York is exhibiting deli lon str ting ands fit r ting the W o 1d t famous t ti Ih RtBon Royal W01 c 1f S e5ef 1 1 At the lrriy DrY Goods Co Miss Brown is a recognized corset authority and will be glad to give the benefit of her experience and expert knowledge of all that pertains to this most important article of- vomans apparel to all who call Tuesday or Wednesday1 si Oetobe 18t19 You Are Earnestly Invited The Cutty Dry Goods Co rWinchester Kentucky I ciH IIIITinning Gas 1Jtting Heating Guttering Mantels Path Fixtures Water Heaters Gas Fixtures iGRANT WIlT C STREET I1 Q 4 Itlt Citizens National Bank I Paid up WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS If- We will give you treatment and attend promptly and to aU busness to us J D Simpson Pres II Tr F Phillips V Pre NOTICE TO Glt1i J N lTJioicityvlScg hac euGlJast due since July 1 Tljuse awing taxes will- plehse cal and ettle at once and aVbyl ihe pcuifitv wjiicli tategedt Noyem er 1 I will begin layoffice in the Clark County XalionaVBJink building each cvenavr until 9 p rm beinnine clobei 3 1910 = J A11CQUI P tit T olhdtbrg- f Otf i ir irg PNew trolct Et gIn A new pets oltq1 g ne used orne Swedtsl nqt li ic r2I5 frelces- t possible tol nil a P rtqrC qy Horse power f r ll 9o cen an liaury w f i Pumps Roofing Steel Ceiling Stove Pipe MAIN I Capital 100000 Surplus851000 courteous carefully entrusted L A H Hampton CashIerr = W Poynter Asst FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a large iiuniber of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go- t another climate But this is cpsUji and not always sure Theres n bet- ler way Let DfJ Kings New Dis covory cure you at home It cured me of lung trouble writs W n 11tIon ol CnJjinine Ark when nil else failed and I Mined 47 pounds in weight Its surely the KngofiH cpugli and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positively gnaranlted for Coughs Cold L Grippe Asthhia CronpIlf Throat and Lung troubles 50iund r druggists 100 Tiial bottle free Sold by ill See ELOW1 before hnyhfg your harness saddles buggy robes and horse blankets etc No 7 East Broadway 10lOlwk SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS r J r s1I i 1 0 1f t v ttfer f Ir THE WINCHESTERNEWS I Paoft Thrlel A SOMETHING NEW I have just received something new in the way of IdWe cards They are the very latest imported id is be seen to be appreciated now as they t have to be made iu trasamples in our window C H BOWEN I tZ S Main St SOCIETY Handsome Boy Pro mid Mrs W S Anderson are bcing Congratulated on the birth or ahandsome sun Sunday night thc1lSix OClcck Dinner Miss Willie llieatt entertained on Saturday eveiiing with a five course six bcJTock dinner in honor of Mr MeDowal Foyle and Mr Douglas Felix of Kentucky State College Thoso present were Mr Charley Venalite and Miss Kale Hunt Mr Frank Rogers and Mrs Olivia Quid her Mr llulbrbok and MissIIenriel ta Gal l111cr Mr Isaac Ha hand Miss Rose Carroll Mr Douglas Felix and Visa lYlorutl111 Lisle Mr McDowal Foyle raid Miss Willie llieatt ITIan cxehuucat Mrs J D Poynters millinery store on Saturday October 29 Entertain For BrideToBe rsA J Earp and Miss Eunice Earp entertained on Saturday at itheir elegant home on Lexington avenue in honor of Miss Alice Null iiellcy a charging bridetobe of Oc tober i V Mrs in a beautiful govn 61 cream Joplin Miss Earp in a lovely girlish costume of heliol lOpei1ka- nd Mgs Nunnelly in all clcmit creV ation oji blue grenadine over blue silk trimmed in passiunentterie of pink rose bath and wearing a cluster of brides noses received the guests The hone was decorated il111gusJelllg pink silk mull gracefulbvpresided the tableiborefaeaniniature fiJI joiyl formed by a handsome mirror witiL tiny fit les eljctlln lhriinaillelind herlovcr Red candlei with shades n to match cast a ptty glow over the entire scene while the cut glass bo15which contained the dainty mints lent a sparkling radiance Alter an elegant meat course had beeu served the guests were shown into the library where Miss Jane Gaitskill in a beautiful brby blue costume was in charge In tie hall the guests wrote elo quent bits of wholesome advice for the prospective bride in a handsome registry book handpainted in apple blossoms over which Miss Anncttu Cole charmingly presided manyrelegrnt events whici will be given aj compliments to Miss Xunnelly Mr and Mrs Harry Oliver of Piittshnr ivcre r11esis of1r null Y 3 ow ier and II Optician WINCHESTER KY Mrs D L Pemllftoii Sund Little Frank Iltton is illIr pneumonia l Miss Gcncvicvi1 Cpihvay i4tcd in Paris Sunday Miss Bru cti1of New York is demI ohstrating the Htm Ton Cort at the Curry Dry Goods stjir e Miss Lucille Caiiyle of Ilargarct College ret 5aille Is visit r her grandmother Mi George Calrlyle of Jefferson street Mr Jeff Rjvllitt is quite ill at his home on Burns avenue Mr C B Hos of Lexington was in Winchester Sunday Miss Clay Croton is visiting in halls Mrs Snoiigrass of Lexington isj visiting Mr and MrstvSamPolI Mr and Mrs Austin Reeve a stopping at the hrl VIi Procturil llI Mr and Mrs Eli Cornett have turned from Jackson Messis Walter Holkins and Meade Jones left Salurdiiv for Los Alllll Cal Mrs Botkins villgo to Cali fornia a little later Dr mid Mrs C A McLean have iclurncd to their home in Del ltnr Ill after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs G W Moore Mrs Geo Wedille mud son of Fleming county visited Mr and Mrs W M Kirk la t week j ll8stns spent Saturday inghr aiVdSnilayvvilh Miss Flonnce Iedford at L E Junction Miss Elizabeth meager will ret urn Monday afteinooii to her home in Cynthiaiia after pleasant visit to Mrs C IL West Master William Vlbert McCaulev is ill 11rs ilorenna Mil5amel and Jliss Gertrude Bush love returned frmr Ityisit to Mi s Kittic Hampton in the county Miss Cornelia Pave and Miss Li la Phelps have returned from a viit in Louisville t Mrs llurgoss Ectonjs seriously ill 1 tpjhninie of herr daughter Mrs leorge Strothc- rMri Pittie LourKolitliass returned atiirnay evening IVpnV a visit Ill Paris Mrs r II Jickson has r turnd flrom XiiitonInllvinjwy Tjouisvillf greatly improved in health Miss Sara Buckmjr ahd Mr Ben nuckner of this cit end Mr ant Mrs Harry Oliver o r Piltsburg will itterd a iliuner part given by Miss Lucy Sims lit Pnri Monday eve ning D L IVudleton in s returned fioii sevpral days trip to Cincinnati Mr Lewis R II mrjtpn ftltendcd the Trots in Lixins tofftj g Dr U1 Henry again liitHiis of fice after an ttilkIf lagrippe firs GUuniore C lbs and tlault tter Miss Ethel sp itrThursTlaV it Cincinnati t T s ROl QED 01 TS NEW ALL STOCK JUST RECEIVED Quaker at ilOcPckg- Ferndells2ab at 12 c Pckg Macaroni and SpaghejtiF- oulds Domestic 5 and lOc Pckg Fausts Domestic 5 and lOc Pckg Prices Imported fee Pckg All Strictly New and Fresh Stock Buy Where You Get FtC- lass Goods If 1 J The Home of Qualitr MacN ill 1 i a rs f IBoth Phones NoUolj i rJ I llltone i i RossF I l You aig cordially invited tb mate use of our Rest- Room on the second floor also to inspect our GreenV iiir Stamp Parlors i We are carrying this season the greatest variety of X25 Suits v ttEver shown in Winchester Also a complete line of a Coats Skirts and Waists andwill be glad to have y J f J f 9jk V ttot i you Come And See Thorn f1t The stock we display in Wash Goods Ginghams Galatea and White Goods is complete in every detail and our Silks and Dress Goods will 4 t Bear Close Inspection Our store is also well equipped with all the most r V useful and t Stylish AccessoriesWhich go to make up the Fall Costume l JI There is no place in the city where thecareful shopper can find more substantial goods at riidre i Reasonable PricesNow is the time to fitly 4 Clifton 8 Ross lis F S Kerr and little daughter Mary Frances returned last week from a visit to her mother Mrs J C lain at North Middletown Mis s Eva lbluglii has returned to her home at Merslibns Laurel county after a plelisant visit to lice sister Mrs W C Gaines Mr Chelcie Grillith returned ast Week from Missouri lie left Sunday tor Ohio on a prospecting tour llis liachel Morgan entertajned number of friends very rcharmingly on Friday with an elegant hillier ul her tamdsnmc country home in honor of Miss Airten and Mr Morgan of Shelhyville Mr Lewis Kupard spent from Sat urday until Monday at Berea Mrs W Z Haggard and grand laughter Miss Ehna Ruirtrrll spent Sunday in Lexington Mrs George B Nelson Misses Sadie111InuHlmldefi They visited lElmcndorf Stock Farm and totfk dinner at the Phoenix Hotel Mis ChadtoirLowe has returned from a months visit to iricnds aud- relatives in Louisville audofhcr Pfllnb j BarleyDaugherty The ana mage of Miss Maude lwgherly to Mr II D Barley of sicago was solemnized at the res xlMice of Revlj IL MacNeill on Sat evening IThe brideis daughter of Mr and OscajlTDati ierty who live on s r nnll is a bright amI- lilHllal r lady Mr Barliifis a well known lumber spent Ilel his bride left Mon t1Y aftertt tin for Milwaukee where icv will nhlve their home IrI JewelryI Seasonable 9t LOSE BY SCORE OF 42100 Weslcyan Suffers the Worst Defeat Saturday in the History of its Long Existence- Saturday was a bad day for Ken tucky Wesleyan anjl the suffered a defeat at the hands oi State University by a score of 42 to 0 the worstI that has ever happened in its historyIn first quarter State toedtits first team against Wesleyan nnd dur ing the first few minutes of play succeeded in akin ttllC first touchdown In this quarter two touchdowns were made by visiting team Wesloyan held the hull only a lew times and lost iton kicks in order to net it Jiwav from goal Under the new rules a team has the right to change any or all of its players during the mane and when the second quarter was called States second team tool thcii positions on the field and the f tleam stayed outTheir second ItJain is almost as strong as their first and they went at time Wesleyan lute witlKaS much fury a dil1Hm first with the result that they made two goals Wesleyan to wards tIre end of this quitter received the ball and had almost succeeded iu pushing it over the goal line when the whittles called the quartet This was the only time it seemed they would score Iii the tWd quarter Tlie t sWcmd team of State made one touchdown N or IStyles rOldCuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains Keyjkings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Ttokf Wntch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge dnd 1a1 ofo Sets J JYV I1BrpSSign Big Wath t14 itWINCHESTERKYL j tad one field goal Time first team after being thoroughly rested were put in again in the fourth quarter and jnade two more touchdowns Wesleyan was simply outclassed in every point The State team will average about 50 pounds more to the and have been in constant training since their schoolopened Wes leyan also had sonic of their bet players out on account of injuries Lane was the only one who seemed able to copctviti the visitors and hc- WlL sused most of time ramie and made good gains oil end runs Two hundred State students came over on a special L Il train to witness the game They held sway at the park alidnrged their favorites on with their college yells Following is the lineup of the Wesleyan leau- nVesleyauhaglelefts end Spoon a mroe left guard Armstrong left tackle Hunt center Cia rkright guard Cockrell captain right tackle Day right end Henry left halfback Lane right halfback Crockett quarterback Hendrix fullback The officials wereDr McKinley of the University of Virginia referee Ogden Wesleyai umpire McClure Winchester head lineman ONE HUNDRED f SCHOOL DfSKS Arrive Monday Will Not Be Install ed in County Schools Until Satur day One htmdred desks recently pur chased bj the Clark County Board of Education to be in the vii rous schools in the county arrived here Monday morning Mr JE- Lanter Superintendent will he in the county visiting the schools all this weekWhich will make it necessary for the trustees to wait until Satur day before installing the desks Mrs Carl Robbins has rehmied from a visit to her mother MrsJV Bramblette in Paris Mr W PltieattY left Monday morning for ill to attend time Masonic Grand Lodge AN s and AVhereas a it lhhe 61 tern is now fas or city of Wi lakepersons wIll eet ed and it aP1 is tions can be while the e made that unless the b promptly your PH i tnt and time city pense torn TI up by lCle Id ellt the TIoarduf Noticeof Winchester firms or eorp You ty along the ore the and they arc said law is laid and the- coed lilies by along point ot t time side walk to make said =Supervision Miss the City EIl 3 Any person milr the who shall fail oval quiremehVs F PlV be fined the I This offense and c netidav failure exists 1 agate offense nHi TR tllanfflavlttousmla1 Tability a If iE chine CURE ijfc How tb h and End Just 1e a Few You will cold breaking and fonts leaving very tint dose It isa s Cold two hours until doses are taken toldo break up the either in erable limbsIt the promptly head mis or dullness feverisliness up running of t 11h al discharges and rheumatic t Papes re nitof throe at cost of nmore dotat coiitiiius lib quinine which conclusively dtf6ytrattd effective lithe h Ii grippe thisaswith Ui jinowlMge that no other metjieutcrwade any else in the wotiil ivhich will ciililoi end rip ciIy null without any OI ihhc Ott eietrti usa package of apes Cold Com which any druggist in the can supply to Taxpayers have but a few more days be penalty is added Come and the rush Under the present I am compelleilto colfecl all tuxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf Laura Brown of New York exhibiting demonslralilH and fit worldfamous non Toii and Worcester corsets at the Cur t Goods Company cl ln n h on ncon till1B and Wccneslltbt1017lt UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER have secured the agency for thisIwhich is well known for its and good work Will br o show time latest model to purchasers Will sell for cash or monthly payments ROBBINS NcvsrofRce ESTED FOR BOOTLEGGING Bates colored was ar CoSunda in Bucktown for bbot lrn whisky His trial will bc held police court Monday night ash oysters and celery always parr sh Bradleys nyrnpI0 143t rREACHING THE TOP calling of life demands a vig body and a keen brain With ltli there is no success But it Bitters is the greatest Health B the world lies ever known Items perfect action of stomach In nets bowels purifies and en ri the blood ldiie5 an jnvigo ra lie wKofe isysCemancy enables yPl stand ttil ll e lr oi you Ib work Atler months of su fawn Itidney Trouble wri V SUc1manDLCllshinr lie lCof Electric Bitters amnl ree1 lik neWlmfli 50c a noYcists from Winchester two story frame dwellings with root ns 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac co Ice house and all other outbuild ings large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into four lots all well watered All in grass exceptS or 10 Here Close to good school Price 6000 FARM NO 255acres 62 miles from Winchester on good pike IIia twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 2 halls 2 porches in gbrtd con dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco Ice house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib 4 hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being well watered anjl every ifence in first class condition Has large young orchard in full bearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter of a mile from rail rOad sf tionwi1rall rinse good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390 acres GV miles from Winchester on rood pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre oi l S tivfttion balance 7h grass Within UmcE to LADIES Ai andinillcom cc of a washday at home by seiy your clothes to us You can siehough oil 0llcl I 1illJday to pajl having the family washing loud 1a m l T1 pinaster Laundry t Ci t FilMFOsALEtFARM ontIb store andlstoHice and blacksmith shot Priil6000 FARM 4GO acres 7 miles front Wine tel onequarter mile from railroi station has twosrurya frame dwell of rooms necv stuck barn 4acreVbacco barn all neces sary outbnlings Well watered wilh pooland creeks All tint side fencing rod About 15 acres in cultivatiol balance in gross jPrice 00001 s P lltM NOl 110 acres 7 miles from Winchelir ti1ostory ftOe dwelling with Gacre toba co barn rieceauryonthmimt Cs Small tenant InW Wellfenced1 wateied Pile 75 per acre FARM NO 105 acres 5 miles from Winchestd oh good pike Good dwelling of it S loomsAIl 1j efi essary outbuildlgs 12acre tobacxo barn and tenant mouse WeirffMett and wateredr P my nftitbatcoal11 sWc fPrice 130 per FARM NO 71345 acres 3nuljB3J from Winchester has two fryer om t bnccoJ iiipgrass Prrfe 5 per acre FARM NO 842G acres 3V miles from Winchester U good pike HSS- w l b m dYell r bHii atad out b hI rai1Ce orrnuO L Tra4y StOk5rlt Office inM Idowney BIdg h Phones C Y t t hlt 7 T r T r L1 I irit I I ii t ic I I j1 j f J 1 1J Page Four I5 rmf TEll THE WINCHESTER HEWS e si Is of I ev to that I 7M THESE DAYS SteamNayigatioifi science seamanship but lost When onlyjUfciff vessels coursed the yeasseamanship meant get niost out the wind IDidyou top think al DETROIT JIEL GASANGE Enables the most out of the T m I t The rotating t neck valves adjustible air mixers drilled burners scientific construc Vtionature that give the h wife great opportunity to cook a lot with little gas I Remember the importance of this is that it is not the post prices but the mainten ance cost that ermines the of a gas range jA great gasp like the DETRltT JEWEL Soon iays for itself 4 Begin tonomy Today See Them r w i 5e5Round Trip om- WINCHESTER and all way fitioris Rleguar tram f3 a m for i OR L S N r= 3 on to in v in IB if I J AN ORDINANCE Be it the of Hie l fit f firms or corpora the of sjirit tliyotts or malt wilhin sai ii Quircd to close tSeiu place of bus i c r Gnibbs Hellions Corner and Broadway I THE fRY FALL OUTING ALL ABOARD FO- RMAMMOTH CAVE WEDNESDAY OCT 19TH One evening promenade or dance SEE FOR PHONE 50 aces miles Paris pike cut 1212 acres each Best find the County See quick you want one Co ordained Boardof Council Winchester Kentucky liintallfijSrsons engaediii business eliugv liquors all inessit 1200 p m each day upon which they are licensed to conduct such business and cause same to remain closed until 500a m the fol lowing day upon wh chtthcYarc so licensed 1shzillhe the duty of stlcll person firm or corporation to sU arrange the screens dooas or other tiling in sueT ti the house wigs to get gas h cheapness At t Main 0- Ie 4pieces 650IPays All Your Hotel Expenses including board and the admissions to the Cave I 1URFTE LJRGE BILLS PARTICULARSI SMU1 FARMS Blue Grass Realty building ns to expose the whole of the interior thereof to the view of persons passing in front ofsuch building und to keep a bright light therein between said hours Any person firm or corporation who shall violate this ordinance shall be fined 2500 for each offenseIAll ordinances in are hereby repealed J A HUGHES S B TRACY Mayor Clerk KILLS A MURDERER A merciless rfidd1crerfs Appendi citis with many victims But Dr lungs New Life Tills kill it by preI vetition They genily stimulate stomach liver and bowels preeventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Headache Biliousness Chills 25c at all drug gists Sour Apples Whiten the Teeth Those who make a practice of eat ing hard sour apples chewing them slowly bit by bit will have glistening white teeth One apple a day is sumr cient BANISH CATARRH BREATHE HYOMEI FOR TWO WIN UTES AND STUFFEDUP HEAD WILL VANISH If you want to get relief from ca tarrh cold in the head or from an irritating coujrh in the shortest time breathe IIYOMEI wonounee it High o mc t It will clean out your head in two minutes ajid allow you to breathe freely awake or asleep IIYOMEI will cure a cold in one g 1110ffClIs e a IIYOMEI is made chiefly from eu calyptus a soothing healing germ killing antiseptic that comes from the eucalyptus forests of Inland Aus tralia where catarrh astnma and consumption were never known to exist IIYOMEI is pleasant and easy t breathe Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber pocket inhaler breathe it and cure is almost certain- A complete Hyoinei outfit includ ing inhaler and one bottle of IIYOMEI costs only 100at Phillips and druggists everywhere If you already own an inhaler remember that you CUll get tan extra bottle of IIYOMEI for 50 cents For free sample write Booths Hvomei Co Buffalo N Y i DRINK figxfijfea More Than Wet Peace and War If in peace the soldier and the sailo- abandon themselves to case and slot when war comes they will go down b fore their rivals who have been less selfindulgent Theodore Roosevelt l io THE AUDITORIUM Incorporated I c Jinly at 8 oclock except Saturday lien there are two Shows change Monday Wednesday and Fridayhts lOc Two reels of moving pict ures changed every night MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS October 17 and 18 JOE KENNEDYC- hampicn Trick Skater ALRENO AND RIAli 0fa Novelty Singing and Acrod atics Matinee Saturday Afternoon 30 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seats- BLOOMFIELD RATLIFfc PROPRIE1tQRSt MAIS ir 15wIIE4r11hcat close yesterday Whatever snap there was oil the buying side on the Home swells Friday was due either to cov eying by shorts or an effort by ai group of pit traders to work for a temporary rally because of the generally oversold trade There is in the local trade a feeling of caution about pressing the selling side on breaks and this is the relay thing which hasFkept most people who were and right in their opinions front making much on the decline of OPthelittle better support is due as the price works lower but there is not change enough in the underlying con ditions to suggest anything but the selling side on the good swells CORNOn any good swell we ask our followers to be ready to trki the selling side for a lower level UH1l1I vet recorded NHOVJSIONS Gelt says 7000r hogs against 8000 estimated and 7It000 last year Shorts led the si etdttiInbusinessside in the way o fan improvement The hog movement will be watched now as the action of the market will be governed by it ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO OeU lit Cattle hej jIIIIIfeeders 3400575 cows heifer 22iII050calves 750o10 hors receipts 0000 5 and 10 cents lower S10 a 9 o5sheep receipts 1000 steady native 250J2iwc tern 29542f yearlings 4G5o 540 lambs native 4AO7 western 475rGOO CINCINNATI Oct LiCattle receipts 287 slow weak fair to goo d shippers f2ooU550 common 225 fD3G5 hogs receipts 2210 10 cents lower butchers and sbippeis 910a 920 common 6o 850 re F11tendSmall Farm For Sic i I have for sale a small farm of GOor 63 acres lying on the waters of Peeled Oak erect 9 miles trot Mt Sterling and 3 miles from Pres ton convenient to 11tlrchntH1 school Newly fenced all around Never failing water Small buttOn fort able house and out buildings Will take 65 an sere for the plr cc and give possesion March 1 1011 Ialso have somc stock which J I will sell as soon as I have a good buyer 4 head of nice red yearlinj steers 1 heifer 1 steer calf 5 sow an 130 shoats Anyone desiring the place or toe tfOR address 0MISS MARTHA DENNIS 432 W Second St Lexington Ky 10152wk BESTINo one has ever made a lIve oint mentor balm to comoare tfith Buck lens Arnica Salve Its life one per feet howler of Cuts Corm Burn Bruises Sores Scalds Bells Eczema Shit Rheum PonSore Eye Cold Sores Chapped Sands o Sprains its supreme Infallible fo Piles Only 25c at till drug ristSi WStonesdfffercnt kinds at Parrish l Brad leys lot143t PROTRACTED MEETll II theFirsrt heThe protracted meeting nn- o tiie nthrough the week Eldt r J RaSh will preach lutnnri the lla t iJ Classified Adv rtisementll IfIsertlOns inzs rtion a wor per Scattered insertio monthINothing cents othing charged on booksL for les than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We ar laving calls jvery day for of all sizes and prices if you have one you want to sell see or telephone n at once Office in McEl downey Building both phones For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office in McEldcwney Buillding Phone 728I East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTIERS OLD RELIABLE ire Insurance and andReal Estate Agency FrtternitT Bldif Phone FOR SALE Good pony large enough to be serviceable Apply this office 810tf FOR RENTTwo nice rooms for BooneIIR SALENorthern seed ye J R Martin Coal and Supply Com natty 9L7tlf ANTEDAsitllati u as nurse for an infant or to care for small children as Companion or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Home phone 732 104lmo FOR SALE OR RENTHouse with 8 rooms piped1fbr water and ga and has T I Todd 333 E roadway E TIphone 214 910tf OR SALEFiY monthsold Rose comb White Leghorn cockerels 5rr Chas J Scott East Tear phone 149 Home phone G4O FOR SALE OR RENT A perpetual scholarship of Kentucky Wesleyan College Apply to Robbins at this ji office 920tf FOR SALE Fortysix acres of No 1 land fronting1 the reservoir Foi terms apply T W Rash 927 inn RENT TJiree unfurnishe- ro ems Apply Miss Mary 10 Haggard street 827tf 200 good lar to Robert SALEAbfut Fox r 9 Q21moI OR RENT Two rooms at 221 11legc street so 25 pounds ofI feathers for sLIer 11011GtFOR SALE20 Lores improved land 3 miles from ttvu J T Hart 2 Moundale avenue Home phol 020 I 107fitftnfl FOR RENTAJ8room house 17 College streets Apply to Sauiuei Locknane ft 825tf RENT7a acres good corn hmd now in clover red ready to plow at once For tone rent or good note Apply ttH W Ecton ItatEctons grocer 1010tf FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Island Red cockerels phone 813A 11010tf WANTED 100 sleep to graze Cull on or phone SEA Prewitt phone SS2R I 1010tf 5WANTEDI Irnliiatelv second 1tE T Lewis Newms Q27 tf WANTEDPiti as stenographer Seveial yesirs xperience Apply Mr Robbin Inc aoffice 10Slrao WANTED2 ono lId brick Clark Tanner F II Ifofctf FOR SALE Res nee propel ty on Lexington av bt 7x220 feet One qn from n eel er f city Will a n lcof ioif53t II 1IFOR RENT Iplyt lO153tcoatFOR SALE Gas Range gcs heui t guts undrv stove with oven r Apply Vows ice 1014=3t t s blue serge coat to a ladys tsuit lined with blue silk Return to Robbins this office Reward V 1013tf FOR RENT Four rooms in the cen Itel oft he town Corner of Hick man and Maple Gas and water Apply to Miss Eva French Boonc street 10133t WANTED Boarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath 1013tfN DONT BUY A 1i RUNABOUTUntil Ithe New Model 14 Buick at 60000 Call at the Winchester Garage and get full particulars V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER McELDOWNH Phone 145 PENDLETON RUSH BUST Attorneys at LAW 5th Floor McEldo7ney Building WlnchpRter Kv LEWS R HAMPTON r1tIAttorney at Law ffic85th Floor McEidowney B Special Attention to Collections 5t Winchester Kv J H STEVENSON Attorney at law KvIT DB Cajhllr SDCOFF Q1lTClI t VicePresident u hAsst i Clark County National Bank IEEKtHbllshed 18G5JoLJ Farmerseand Traders Solicited PointsLCrpital and Surplus 35000000 SHOE REPAIRING IIMr E L Bush having gone to Illinois to locate his brother J F Bush has taken his old stand N o 10 Highland Street and solicits the patronage of old customers and all others He guarantees a satisfactory job in shoe repairing tall times Hiblers bulk and link sausages- Try it For sale by Parrish Brad ley I0l4 3t WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are having calls every day for farms of all sizes and prices if you have one sou v ant to sell see or tcP ephone us at once Office in 1feEk downey Building both phones TRACY STOKELY WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the counfv is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the jbest made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no canal Many Misfortunes Attached The gods have attached almost aV hrs many misfortunes to liberty to servitude Montesquieu fr rt jt4Sf 4