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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ra efatztr e t Ltst Edition IXj VOLUME 5 O2 L i WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK FORan Lp r r lXTENSlOri t Let to Five Firms and Line Through the Rich Coal Fields Will Be Com pleted By September 30 1911 One of the most important moves loo9king towards the realization ofi Greater Winchester that has bee made in years was that made lat r week in Louisville when contracts J4were let foe an SOmile extension y of the Lexington and Erstern Rail j oad from Jackson into the heart of the rich coal and timber fields of Eastern Kentucky V The completion of this extension bringing tJJ1 thitherto undeveloped section of the State into direct communication with Winchester means i industriallytto this city and will un 1o lbtcclly add materially to its growth development fond prosperity Instead of W J Oliver of Knox yule Terin securing the entire con tract as reported in the early dis patches it was divided among five competing firms each being given a section of sixteen miles to complete The contractors are Lane Brothers an Ohio firm which was awarded the fist sixteen miles above Jackson Mason Hanger Co Richmond Ky Jones Brothers Richmond Va W J Oliver Knoxville Tcnn and Lux Construction Company Springfield Ohio Actual work will begin on the extension Avibhin the next ten days or two weeks and the contract calls for its completcion not later than Sep tember 30 1911 So it will be seen thatwithin toe next year trains will be running over the extension nail bringing into Winchester passengers and produce from this extensive anti rich undeveloped territory The extension which will follow the North Fork of the Kentucky Riv er will extend through Brealhitt cross Perry end penetrate far into Lctchcr passing beyond Whitesburg almost to the foot of the Cumberland t Mountains The estimated the new line according to Civil LcxI gincer William A Newman of iiigton who has been assisting the engineering corps at cork immediate ly above Jackson is approximately 35000 per mile or about 3000 000 for the entire eighty mile exten sion The proposed route crosse the North Fork of the Kentucky 12 times necessitating the construction of tht many bridges There will also be six tunnels on the lines but r none of them of unusual length so Mr Newman says During the last six months the L E has built three miles of now road above Jackson which will bo completed within the next month The proposed extension will start at the end of the three miles of new roaclj which is not included in the 80mik contract just let and each contracting firm will push with vigor his see tion thus hastening the completion of the entire extension Mr Newman says the new exten sion will penetrate the richest coalfield in Kentucky and one of the rich est in the United States not to men comparafivelytthe finest timber in the world all of whirl will be made tributary to Win Chester by the building of the new railroadBURLEY SALE TOCONTINUE Belief is General That Higher Prices Will Rule Since 1910 Pool is De glared O- f1LEXINGTON Ky Oct lSCItified copies of the resolution b which the District Board Saturday night officially called o the 3010 pooling campaign were distributes to all counties from headquarters o the Burley Society Monday The action of the District Board had echoed in every hamtet of the Burley district i Sunday and ge official announcemenl had been ant Kjjat Buyers Were tactive in all coun tics as a number of sales were re ported local tobacco circles The sale of tobacco in the 1909 pool Avill be resumedon the floor of fihkj Lexington Avarehouse Tuesday afternoon Isere1S considerable J J t T r r a lf II kJrY OA i 2 tEWINCHESTER NEVJ fcallder li to this jfjine they bL ignored the gale t nvith e1910 pool off it Hr1Jl ory predicted that they will bi repYuented either y r regular buyer or through broki The lid tnliacco is ofmuch lntter quality than the now crop and i5s undeistMdd HiJit Trust factories arc in needof sinoks Belief tnt higher prices will rule Tuesday is vcnerla BIG BARBECUE AT KillHon Floyd Byrd is to Speak There Tuesday in Interest of His us a didacy canI J u1I loft for French bart Tiiisiliy litoniing Aere tic is scheduled RCak in the afternoon in the inleresi of his cUlulidncvfotJ Congress A liarheeue has bent pro pared ami tilt people from all that part of tin untryare expected tq attend 1 f TOBACCO IS BIG SHIPPED Clark Countys Proportion of the Recent Sales at Exin9 ton is 105 Hogsheads Mr JTr 1Maid socrclary of the Clark County HOanlof Control has receivcdrdixlcr to ship out all Clarks portion of tIll tobacco sold in the recent sales it Lexington Tuesday In morning tIll vainof preparing the tobacco Jin liipniDnt wrcs begun About 105 Imuiicads will be shipped SPEECHES ARE MADE AT fORD By W H May and W T Stafford inb el the Interest of Mr Byrd Monday Night A FordhMonday nitt tnicar Mr W II Mjiy Democrat f bestonburg and Mr W T SUiffur1 the Insurgent Re publican who supporting Mr Byrd the Democratic nominee for Congress 1Wrepresent Mr Langley but so inter estcd was the inidiencc in the speech = es made by lie Democratic repre sentatives tiit Mr Woods had few IIhearcrsr CASEISTO BE TRim mm =Trial cf Mr Charles Forkner To Be Held in Madison Circuit Court The trim u r Mr Charles Forkner is scheduled be tried in the Madi sot Circuit girt Tuesday Mi Forkncr ins arrested here last week end gave hlllo tm his appearance at Richmond Tin jy in the sum of 1 000 BYRD PREDICTSe That Democrats Will Carry the Tenth Congressional District MT SM NTfKy Oct 1SA- v Floyd Byrd raiqor tic nominee for COll re sin Tenth District spoke here Monday fl good crowd peech wa alnational linos and fhe haudlc trvcssmnn Langley Ins Rqpnblicaiil tiNicttt Avithout gloves promhjses to coU il ftnts and for being a P r d roused ins hear errs whenjiV Iir dr ed the return a fh tlmtlit lh lUocra tic fold iii catnpaigninrytint al bifJVOO Ill tr di man dock htSrbel- C le J Ipay PRfGAUlI NS TAKEtI AGIlNS CHOLERA Plague is Increaser in Russia at Daily Rate of 5000 Cases and Health Officials Are Kept Busy WASHINGTON Oct 18 AVith the knowledge that for the past month chulera cases ihnve been de loping in Russia at a rate exceed ink 5000 a day the public health and inurinc hospital service is cxert iiigilsthf to the utmost to prevent the introduction of the diseasd into this country Vliile nut as yet assured of suc ess the service is hopeful The situation is not threatening in 18tJ whoa we prevented the POll rnuce of the epidenfic in this llntrsnill Dr Wallet Wyman Surgeon General of the service ithI cautious oplll11lsmIDr biween September and October 5r ro had been 332881 cases mute Ji81 deaths and that the disease thrOUghoutIthl iea fe shown he said by the lhat of this number 150289 fncli have developed between and October 7 The percentage of mortality is more than 50 PHllADflPHIA WINS fIRST SERIESE Sore Four to One in Favor of Con nie Macks Men Before Crowd Numbering Over 25000 PHILADKLPIUA Pa Oct IS a clean md sharply played game the Philadelphia American League champions lieatcd Wu Chicago Nu tional League lotto Monday by the score of 4 in Ute firmt contest e n In Iocidc thou hvurlds- chtuupitiushils Nearly 3t0 persons saw the game To ChI ItsiUhrt Urtidcr lh IITrankPhiladolpbia II m largely owes its victory The liLf never showed form thmi w did when he fnc time Chicago am Monday aftcr n6on linkers valuable contribution was his hard am troely billing MilLION DOLLARS To Be Asked of Duveen Bros By Assistant U S District Attorney For Smuggling NDV YORK 111 18 Assistant States DislriH Attorney Tem representing Government Monday filed notice in the United Stales District Court of the bringing of thc civil suit ngiiin the import firm of Duveen to recover- Ileged withheld dutic aggregating more than a million lillarsiijin arti cles imported by that Ibm tnin the last bjf LlMN ISti STILL IN AIR Daring American Has Already Exceeded All Reccr = Tr DJib Balloon NEWYORK 94 i ilS Wireless stations alou coftSlgtbo u fr at heard from had 110thiugto nprt a the progress of Waller Willninns dirigible balloon America Shortly after noon Sunday t e America passed out of wireless luudi with the station tit Siasconsott md since that time no word Ihatlme from tote 1nIingahllavigatol v1 in the absence af other il1fol111 ion iH sl mod to be continuing fligh- tSVniev3icre jetwe n Siascoistt and Sandy Hook the liner An bir which arrived here early Monday mjist have passed Walter Wallnian 4tirshi illeastward through the fog But though n sharp lookout WJ- f kept for the big balloon twirl tlton the liners wireless operator Am h toning alertly for therrW toile ift mini of the airship not a sign iittl her was seen or heard r i From the Siasconsett wirelesgfeUi tio ideails of the start anti copies of mes riif eat landwarib3 the Nrin- li4jP t voyagers hud iiformed the officers and passengers of the Arabic Ol Sunday that tine teir utt ping nil shij was likely to en ss their path during the layanti everybody was on deck eager to cftteh a view oi iitfr through time fog cloud or if no rift came in the fog to hear the throb of her engines as site pn ed The Arabic is thq fiisfof about do7gtl incoming shirts whose course must have crossed that of the Amer ica dUli ihregarded as unlikely that aIYQf them saw the balloon hf heard the engines for time for which luihg steadily all day must have prevented any sighting of the Wcllman crth while dispatches frnm Sinscqnselt indicate that the oiipine were silent for much o ftlic time uhile the balloon drifted before n 2 knot breeze toward her destination The equilibrator was one of the chief problems of venture and it is not surprising that it should make trouble in the minncr describ by Mi Wellman With the tit of the cquilibrctor drying over the tops of the waves a speed of 25 miles an hour it wouldnt be safe to UH1Itin saying IhiitTlie onlldbk is not so favorable- If Wcllman is still in the air hr has already won for himself n worIdf record by outdoiiig all IHcitHIt feats with dirigibl balloons so fmI as time in the air concerned ASSOCIATION 1 OF TEACHERS Interesting Program Has Been Art ranged For Meeting to Be Held a Goffs School House The next Association of Teacher will he held Fmliy October 21st at the Golf school tousc wear Indian Fields lVufrlf dfoarl f rrSinhjti- Vile Jy President of time Association rnd Mrs J W Ohristfipher Secre liy Th W ptan in been arranged fur the occasion Welcome A1resSGeorhe Hislc Rtfspmibe S ipt J E La n tor- TeacJiers Social influence Miss Carrie Lymi How ZatclIPrimary Geography1 Mrs J W liristophel Lack of Ilhorouglniess in Rural SchoolsJ Vanhook N0 RdOess Obsorvatioii fof Other Teachers Work MLflimma GuyaHow Teach Reading Robert Berryinau The Teaoniir on the Playground Miss Grac Law Primary Plans Fcfr a Rural SchoollG f Nancy Svope Review Pdrose Plan How O- ftcniss Adelaide Stephens Best Method of Teaching Spell ingliss Fanny Curry Value Mental Arithmetic Miss Burnia Bruin OF SISTER 1ILLNESS noveltj trick at the Auditoriumllieatre Monday and Tues day nights was called home by the serious illss of his sister The managers if the theatre wired Mr Sun Avho s hooking the house to send aunt r act in time for Tuesdayc nirblneCJormlnce The act on time bill loml nt VTS r geed aet and collection with the extra reel of motioifpictures the show lastecl about usual time and everybody leas fullyl satisfied P liCE COURt In pii court Monday night Hen ry Iviisli was fined GGO Sam Hop per 7 and Jim Robinson way scnih11115tpoliceGharlie Bates who was soliuijr ilqu ol on Sunday and time case w s dismissed r QUARTERLY COURT The Claffc Quarterly Court wax failed rueijHay morning by Judge J IT Er us on account of several f la being out of the city ti postponedostra seen apple is always ri h f tischfof- THREE PARTIES IN THE FIGHT State Campaign in New York Get ting Strenuous With Roosevelt Par ker and Hearst Speaking TROY N Y Oct 18 Theodore Roosevelt journeyed up the Hudson Monday speaking in behalf of Henry L Stimson Republican nominee for Governor and belaboring John A Dix Democratic nominee Tammanv Hall mud Wall street as he went Colonel Roosevelt stopped at Yonkers long enough to say that Tam nipny Hall exercised an improper supervision over the nomination and election of judges At Hudson he rijnde a little speech repaying to what Job Hedges of New York who was with him called thin king busi tress lllle Colonel told the crowd that the only power he had was that which IIthoPARKER OPENS THE CAMPAIGN OLEAN N YOct ISJudge Al ion B Parker Monday night began Democratic State Campaign here rtilh a speech in whicu he strenuous y denied Colonel Roosevelts charge if an allainee between Tammany Hall and Wall street On the contrary he said the Colonels charm aised Ji strong presumption that thi Republican organization ha established relations with Wall street n some part of it He urged enactment ofa law providing for imprisonment insteadof a were flue in cases of corporate con tiols to campaign funds HEARST PARTY JUMPS IN NEW YORK Oct ISThe Nell York Slate political pumped into fun stride Monday night when the thin OBJty to be reckoned with serious in the final count titoe Tndopcnd nice Icrgueformelly took the lIeu with two mass meetings oft nutifica Jon and ratification in Mauhaitai ind in Brooklyn What effect the ae tivities of the league will have ot the two old line partiesfrom whicl Jf them it will draw most rotesha been a matter of much speculation ita the counsels of both parties It was the independence Campaign orvWilliam Rantlolph Hearst now tin eanddate of tlut for lieutenant Zpveinor JbafElcetec1 an entire fu ion ticket in New York City a yeai Mayor Gaynor cxcepted The principal speakres Monday night woe John J Hopper candidate for governor Mr Hearst and Robert Stewart candidate for Attrbjiey General llOJ1C CANTRlll OPENS CAMPAIGN Mentions in Passing His Standing By His Party in the Troubles of the Goebel Affairs- GEORGETOWN Ky Oct 18 The non J Campbell Cantrill nom inee of the Democratic party for Congress opened his campaign for re election Monday afternoon in the circuit court rOom and before i court day crowd of about five hundred He assured the independent or in surgent Republican that his vote wiP1 be welcome and that he expects the Democrats who participated in tIll primary to support line for his defeat would mean the defeat of Democratic party The tariff was touched upon and a review of his record in the recent session of Congress was given as itf relates to that question He then replied to the charges made against him in Ute primary cainpaign Mentioning in phasing is standing by his party in the troubles of the Goebel affair he closed his political speech mind added a few words on the tobaLco question SHERWOOD AND LISTEMANN The appearance here on the 2 of Wm IT Sherwood and Virginia Litemann in concert is an event to be anticipated with keenest pleasure Mr Sherwood spent many years rl Germany studying with such distin guished teachers as Kullak Taunsig Listz and to study with the latter was a privilege euj yell only by those 1JAgiftedwas transmitted to her tm of song Theopportu Lti these artists came by cl is to be hoped the prom charming entertainment rnd for their efforts by a h 1To ante at the concert Dont miss time pleasun these delightful artiststMARY BELLE BASEBALL SEASON ger oun COMES TOLIJIdltlrs tie t Attendance at Last Sunda Iihonal W sSo Small as Not to I Jwords Another which north With lest Sundays game ballseason in Winchester cl had been hoped to day between the Roxa KoI7C eitiher Cynthima or the Puree but manager Flynn of the Ro JTOU pIIlongerSunday games have just paid t pcnses I ie ONE MILLION LOSS IN CU Great Hurricane Sweeps Island Tbrrerital Floods Causing Deva ition and Ruin I I HAVANA Oct ISThe island Cuba has probably sustained t greatest material disaster in all h Jtstory in the practically continuo jurricane which began with lig rains Thursday morning developing to torrental floods and devastating iurricanes and continuing until Tues lay It is impossible to estimate cvei roughly the amount of damage which loublless will aggregate many ions of dollars In addition to rent destruction to the sugar and tobacco plantations many thousands pf peasants in the three Western Minces have been rendered hoec s destitute- It now seems probable that time Re oublic may be compelled to request international aid Wilule all munications with the interior been cutoff there is reason to huge hat three provinces have CSC it the greatest fury of the storm In the city of Havana the probablv will exceed a million do mainly due to the destruction o custom house sheds which were with perishable goods time sinking cores of lighters many of them con raining valuable cargoes which hac been unloaded from steamers and th submerging of about a square mile ol the residential section of the facing the sea- STORIES OF BREAK Between Roosevelt and Senator BevI cridge Denied By Leaders INDIANAPOLIS Ind Oct 18 Stories of an alleged break between Colonel Roosevelt and Senator Albert J Beverdige near the close of formers tour last Thursday were circulated here Monday It is that the break caused Roosevelt cut out his speech at Richmond Sat urday This report was denied at publican State Committee imeaih betel ters It is claimed that the break cam over the tariff law BOYS HEAD BLOWN OF SPRINGFIELD Ohio Oct head of William Fulton 15 veer old living on East street was lo off Monday night when he Avas re turning from squirrel hunting The shooting was accidentaland was done by George Freshhour 15 years old living at 1116 East Harrison street RYANS BIRTHDAY NEW YORK October 18rllOmn- Fortune Ryan celebrated his 50th birthday Monday but in so quiet a manner that his Wall street mends were riot quite sure of his where thtegraph wires betweeiihere and Lynch burg Va Mr Ryans country busy Bij aessages ot congrdlln ions J 7 Lr ff f WEATHER Fair in East Portion Prbbably Show ers in West Pcrtion Cooler MES GORDON BENNETT CUP Be Awardedto Winner of Aero Plane Contest and Cash Considera of 2000 ST LOUIS Oct IS1en mon aerostats representing four tries on both sides of the Atlan ascended here Monday unite the of wart throngs of spectators the opening ofthe fifth interna balloon race It was hut a few minutes after the let go were given by the re Ispective pilots libat the balloons sailed toward the mouth and ivest were out of sight There was not hitch in the ar rangements though the IIarlir Ill pilotttlPopulation Club St Louis S Louis Phul pilot narrowly missed j1oliding withu grand stand Tim iilloons were released at inteyalsaBNryhig from one minute to twenty dilutes The first to weigh oft was Condor and the last was Ger xlnia President Cortland Field Bishop the Aero Club of America vas iu acct charge of the contest The ye is fo distance which is to befit line measurement from St Louis lc winner will receive the James trclou Bennett Cub mad 2000 The r X1500oand1250- I ITnde trhe rules a landing is made lime basket touches ground or time rope becomes entangled in trees trails lnog the ground for more 15 minutes or if the balloon Spends in fresh water It a bill It descends in stilt water it is dis EiUfied 1IA WARD HOWE IS DEAD M Philanthropist succumbs to ack of Pneumonia at Age of 91 IDDLETOWN R L Oct18r Bowedhephilanthropist and author suc lied Monday to an attackof t110c9urnim Lhc end came peaceful t him summer home here Her ce daughters were at the bedside Ins Mrs Howl jassed away but wn ws absent finehaul Tluuwday 1tsc who knew her intimately sWlhat Mrs Howes unfailing op supllP her mam Cityfilletcare 01lc avidity for study n 1pcdol lirejury tustCj B t cityARE INTRODUCED s vdence in Investigation of Ex- iet Car Repair Frauds of II II i Central IAGO Oct 18rhe bank ate iiis ofsix former Illinois Cen true Ulroad imiswhose names ally isen mentioned in connection fraudstwele ujroduced as evidence Monday IrarrunausaltttGhnr sL Ewing and John M Tay- jtelur in Muuicipnl Curt HURTeDr C Allen while driving down Main Let Mondsiy morning was thrown itt and severely braised by the shr of a horse ledLby lnmFsclf up tihst the buggy 5acciden vnThe Ay tales that dead men tell are trhu toties iw1ASIFY LOSTpair of undressed laid glov Tuesday mornes on rain street in leward if returned to Miss 101811Suer STRAYED From the farm occu pied b Allen O borne Ruckenillo e brown yearling colt Any information as to its whereabouts will bd suitably rewarded Wine telchestel Roller Mills 1018 tL entleroansplaceifress siiil Apply Merodi h g t shop Itli 10 2t J tf i ii r 0 1I f 1 lt I I t r F Ht ill i Lv tc I I 1t mJoIY Sbni7lrYrYI II i 4fa 7 iy Ri 3 i I f b b JHJrI tf I t t trL1exeauy caultultu 2UI t EW6UESTERNEr- r 1 Air Indecent NeV pl I Af byThe s c ItIncppor tqd- Ifi1cer 209111 South Main jjtrett Winchester Kentucky JaIlyExcpt Sunday r N rterrJ1RunderAct Jr Mi l11 r ta HATESrt y w cSSixOs e intjpayable in advan RATEifOne time JUly edition Three timesj within one week One wp continuously One calendar mo continuously 3 Fpur weeks 4 times a weekj 2i Four wefeks three time sa week n e Four weeks two times a weiek4 1 Four weeks one time a week PerUnea 7 ingaof s I 4tem at double the onetime i at TClasslfledPer Word IOne1Dsel1tion any edition MT1r insertions continupusly I Bach three additional Insertions continuouslyNothing Npjem charged onfcboksrj I less than 25 cents VV Itf i I 3HISPAPER REPRESENTED FAR F01 tt ADVERTISING BY 7HEt J3pMERAl OFFJCCf NEW YORK AND CH1CAG 11BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINGIBAUES J TUESDAY OCTOBER MQt1NTAIN 8l0i t tr ers IJ artistic Ye hate been intending fural Virginia I donna 4uys to write 111editollal call at moItmipto1 011UIountaiit ralh1hc- letter and was a1rQPs of an edit tion Iithe tension of the Lexinlr and ecru i4 Eastern railroad and W11Ut tieu nl 9 was lo Winchester Mr Laniptanuch 100000 ed on a line of o ortuni lea hiiI1 site I we didslot mention AUIQI other ed things he said H Why Ierchuudiziur never u1 tOWI portuRIthe ground it is nonpfoduve it k takes but does not giveHSUufact I uriiig is another proposinqnit pro Be- lI courts dueesfinishedarticles fromiw H mtlties AncIcommunity and its growth lUllS con Bathrf w stout addition to all about5 And again IBoJ know of no town a Estrsomething than Winchesteiiias ail sK g just now I cant think ie whilllFrn has done less to grasp liWnd make Grant J ita producing asset A hustling g Western town situated Slwinches gr ter is with the rich Bluets at one I side and that great developed mountain region on the olier would t t have five times the ppation afj Winchester today IllW growing n fast The plc llctl led tiJ ones The Kentiickian ltheoreticalA and a visionary he dream of the btu A things thitfcould be dol mill never it sees the little ones all him- t1uthe2 could snake big ts out of I and the result is that hi doesnt met anywhere much beyond the talking Ig ppiut ft Tlrerois sound senselha t Mr Lampton iays We member a iguiall Califofum town n aliout 10 6t0 jopnlj5ti6rt situated thin 20 Vvf I30 miles ofagreat city 1 Ios Angeles SA l hrrge Michigan ship building cQHJ- jprn wahled ionna froih the great Jak ItO the Pacific past The owiieiA demanded a site and 100 000 bonus The tdwuV commercial club investigated add foLnd the COI CHESTERLUMBER MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED y VIRGINIA LIB EMANNL as been reserved for few sing to accomplish more significant results in their youth than Listcmann the gifted prima who in addition to possessing engaging personality hrs a no voice of splendid quality n volume brilliant in flexibility things in superb fashion free of mannerisms Although Miss Lisle a good one A town meeting called and1 within two hours in cash was raised andI worth as much more was secur The plant was moved there cannot we drake to our op and be prepared to dt when the chances come along COUNTY COURT DAYS is a list of the days county are held each month in coun near Clark county derson 3rd Mon Owingsville 2nd Paris 1st Monday Danville 3rd Monday Jackson 4th Monday Winchester 4th Monday Irvine 3rd Monday ette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming 4th Monday Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monthly Williamstown 2nd Monday Mondayz Capital 100001I Undivided Profits 200000I i THE Winchester oi- lWINC1 ESTER KY N H W1TI RSOON President W R SPHAR Cashier J2i r J tsoLIcirsYoS rr Ji LISTENERSNEVER HEAR f tll1Yg uotlof themselves a a saying that doesnt go in our case We have t heard so many nice things said about oar lumber by experienced builder tat we have become used 16 them r There must be a reason fur thecIicompliments A single trilof hn her will reveal it to you r MISS Lawreuceburg Monday- Bourhon Flemingsburg Bank ACCOUNTS innii is foreign borr 11 lu s sjieni jmucii dIll life in America while her musicnl education was hirgelj achieved abroad Mis vhVtjuiHinn will appear at Kentucky Wpslevau College on Oc tober IT ill a joint recital with Wil jliam Scnvond Americas furs most pianist Look H ere When you can get good plumbinj superior workmansliij and quality material why in thunder do you waste time and money by Jetting in workIthe benefit of our long experience Think and stop vnliug ybm money IVe are topuotchcr in the plumbing business SAM4THPSBPONE 29 West Broadway idayfLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysvillc 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Moil day Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falihonlh IstMondav Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo iday Sholbv Shel ville 2itdtMonday Woonfoid Versailles 4thMondnv RANKIN US CONFIDENT FRANKFORT Ky Oi t18CQUIu- lissiouerof Agriculture Rahkin i ciynjjlctiiig Hs irganixaton in his race with Congressman Canlrilj for Congress theScventh Congression al District l uri Jlondsiy made tits statement that he thinks he will win by at least 1000 votes i t 1IJNDREIISOFi CUSTOMERS ire making their dollars go farthest by taking advantage ot the Special Prices I am making on good staple merchandise Here are some prices Ilor the next ten days 7 Calicoes 5crei yd Utility Dress Ginghams Se a Dress Ginghams A F Ca1td ToilleBu Nord 10c Apr p Gngliams 5c Bed TiekiJg for Feathers 15c 1 t pH t l My Stock of Dry Goods Complete t fCall And See Me r l J n Jesse OwensNor- thMain Winchester INCENDIARY FIRE Destroys Tobacco Warehouse at Horse pave HORSE GAVE Kyt Oct lSThe tobacco warehouse f Morse Co was burned by inciidaries Sunday night He was preparing to receive tobacco today The lossis 5000 KIDNfYSAC1fJNE JFIERi FW DOFE8 The Most Severe Backache Or Any Bladder and Urinary Misery Will Simply Vanish The real treachery land lamer in kidney trouble is Jielmse the first symptoms arc alwtf cen in other parts of the body foie anytlliug wrong is not ced flH kihueys lllelnsely esTThe inomcut you sttpect any kid lie bla dderbr urinal disorder tie feel a dull constant P karl or the urine is thick lou offensive or full of sediment irrejruir of nnssasro or attended by a scalding sensation begin taking tapes Piurctio as di reeled with the knowledge that there is no other medicine fit lily price made anywhere else in the world which is so harmless or will effect so nitrel while it is only trouble before it develops into Dropsy Gravel Diabetes 01 Brights Disease Papes Diuretic acts directly upoii the kidneys bladder hold urinary ays tern cleanses Iveals and regulate these 0ruans ducts nnd glands and completes the cure within a few days Paiii in the back sides or loins rheumatic twinges debilitating head ache nervousness dizziness bilious stomach prostatic troubje sleepless ness inflamed or puffy eyelids weak tress wornout feeling and many other symptoms caused hi clogged inactive kidneys promptly vanish Frequent painful find uncontrollable c urination due to weak or irritable bladder is overcome Your bankphysician pharmacist er or any mercantile agency nil- Vouch for the responsibility of Pape Thompson Pape of Cincinnati who prepare PapeV piurctic50ccnt treatment sold by every druggist in the world NOTICE TO LADIES Avoid all the discomfort and in tonveniencc of a jycslillay at home hy sending your clothes to us You PIH says enyiigh oh que bargain day t iyfor having the family washing dl1e bof WihchesterlauhilryCo t F tSttlePrivately i Grocery and Meat Market Anumber one stfh iffl sell on amount ot other d1 t n i fl921lmeod f it 50 N Main Sf Winchester Ky Outing Cloth a good one 8G Alabama Shirting Clothsr 7c Bleach Cotton rf 5 to 10c Brown Cotton 5 to SHc Bear Skin Hose all sizes only lOc Mens Heatoy Fleeced Lined Underwear for Vrfl 85c a Suit t I r is Street Ky jyo Citizens IMational BiTPaid up Capital 5100000 Surplus 851000 I7t WESOLICIT YOUR BtJSINESS 5 We vylll give you courteous treatment and attend promptly end carefully to all business entrusted to us I j D SJmjsoi Pres 1T F Phillips V Pies t iiS IF ARM1 FOR SALE A FARJI NO 150acres 7tmiles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with Grooms 2 porches 1goad stable holds 4 acres of tobacco Ice house old nIl other outbuild ings large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into inIgrassFARM 258 hcrcs miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in goad coo dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco Ice 1ioiise chicken houc1 coal house meat house corn elihIJ bug houses and other out building Divided into 4 tracts each one being 11classorchard in full bearin to ItisS1thanroad station Will oil raise good to bacco A bargain tS000 FARM NO JJ icreV2 mjl es from Winchester Iiir od pike lion twostory flnmjdwcllntr ofirooms 2 l a Oiltrfoo condlt WlI e- l1llnUllin ash Within A F Hampton CashIer IJ W Poynter Asst Cashier o onehalf mile of good school store and ppstolGce and churc11fshop l rice 0000 FARM NO 4GO acres qiluIframe dwelling of C rooms ucl barn 4acrc tobacco barn all saiy outbuildings Well w 1 with pool wells and creeks Al side fencing good About 15t rin cultivation balance in gi Price 0000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 mi from Winchester tenstory fruit dwelling with 7 rom iacrc tobac co bail All necessary outhouses Small tell nt house Well fenced and 1 watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO G105 aeres 5 iniljs from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or S rooms Alliigt cs an 12acre tobaffcu Leinbajfjl and watered Plenty of tobacco fund per acre IPIrclRO 7 W5 acres milbs ster has two fivcro5ni dwellings mute 10acre tobacco born plenty tolincco land Nearly all hijIrass Price 30 per acre FARM Nb S2i acresiJ rules from Wilted ester on iroqd i5ic lias tIllewStDeIyI Office in McEy BIdgBoth Phones I iM F w4Z IIl l 3r l NEWSt1I1 t THE WINCHESTER Ia e Three SOMETHING NEW We have just received sometuing nevvjinj UejjiV y of Christmas cards They arc the very latest imported ideasiand must be seen to be appreciated Order nOv as they have to be made in England to your orderIisamples our 1 C H BOWEN 29 S Main St SOCIETY 1 Chocolate Drinking V A chocolate drinking will be giv en at the Golf school house at In hail Fields mi Tuesday evening fotI the benefit of the libmryIIMarried in Mr Ed Pace and Miss Kate Web thisfgroom is a son of Murray Pace and is 20 years old The bride i19 year old and is a laughter of Jones Web ber deceased SheehanMcConnell Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock the marriage of Miss Katherine Mc Coimell and Mr John Shcchan will be solemnized at St Pauls Catholic church in Lexington Rev Father De Waeyenaeree officiating Mr Youth Nunan of Winchester mill MV Jamas Egan of Lexington will lie tire attendants and the wcddin illaievcry quiet cAffer the ceremony the bridal coo pie ill leave for a trip of ten days and Returning will go to housekeep ing oh est streetT 500 Party Mrs C W Showalter1 entertained kith a charming 500 party on Mon day Qvening at the handsome home iSf Mrs Carrie Buckncr on hail Fri et4 whore they have elegant apartments in honor of her mother ild father Mr and Mrs Wren of Ijfjuenn Vista Va and her sister 111 wengle of Pennsylvania pllnIiS CeninJIithe palatable luncheon dainties conceivable anti the manner of service was perfect Mrs Sliowaulteran inimitrblc hostess and the affair was a pretty compliment to her charming guests BerryLocknane r Mr John Perry and Miss Cora Locknane were married in Parion Monday evening The bride is the older daughter of Mrs Sallie Locknane She has been a valued employe as bookkeeper for the Ilisle Grocery for some time Mr Berry formerly lived in Car- lisle He is now employed by Mr Deward E Wills Mr and Mrs Berry returned to this city after the ceremony They fire stopping with Mrs Jog Triable ah aunt of the groom on Buckner street Miss Sallie Lee Sudduthic re fnrnpd from a visit in Lexington JewelerOpticianand I WINCHESTER KYJ tofMr and Mis Joe Anderson have returned to Mt Sterling after a visit hurl ATheYvere accompanied home bylndersuns sister Miss 1lil Mae Nelon Mr Grover Broaddus of Moberly vissiftyPliis iSr MiV Jacob Gentry Saturday cull Sunday Mr and Mrs Lucien Bcckner Miss Elizabeth Beckncr and Mrs Susan G Anderson motored to Lexington Sunday and returned by way of Par 5s Miss Lucille YCarlyle has returned to Margaret C allege Versailles after a visit to her randmolher Mrs Georsre allele J J Lister amVwife and Dr E Eo Kidwcll and family have gone t1 Dover tomakei their 1ruleJohn F Nmian will be one of the attendants at the ShedwinMcCon nell wedding at Lexington Wednes day Mrs Sarah Morton will leave for her Southern home very shortly after spending the summer here with rel a ticsissesi111III31luce Jones of Mt Sterling and Daisy Day of Hazel Green are the attractive guests of Miss Golden Day Miss Suzanne Burton and Mr Mil ler Morgan of ghelbyville have re turned home after a visit to Mrs Rachel I1orgau Mr Chas B McCord has accepted a position with N A Powell and is at Paris whoi iihe firm is building new Mctodi chi rch Messrs B T Fox and Ben ITntor i1AlIJones represents m Lodge and Mr John W Moore Pine Grove Tflffigt rrr D S HaggjUd sill reuHeseil ll nchester Chapj Hoyal Arch Masons in the Grand ChaptertMr William HwfHiljcontijjues ill at his home on Main street llisVice Sutherland is spending a few days in Paris rsAlIIo Turiiey of Paris aiid Mrs Zeke Arnold of Ciifcinnati will arl eVtHll1ui1wyto be guests of Mrs Carrie uckner for the Yalland inghamBowdcii wedding 11111 Mrs Floyd Clay have re turned front their wedding trip and are stopping with Mrs 1 IF McKin Icy Mrs Bcltie Wills is visiting friends in Lexington 1l Lowiy was in Mt Ster ling on business Monday Mrs Mary Jones is visiting her son Mr Asa Jones on Fitch avenue Moberlyhasher laughter Mrs Jacob Gentry She will go to Mt Sterling for a visit before returning Twine ROLLED OATS NEW FALL STOCK JUST RECEIVED Quaker at lOc PckS Ferndell 2 Ib at I2 c Pckg Macaroni and Spaghetti Foulds Domestic 5 and lOc ickS- Fausts Domestic 5 and lOcPckg Prices Imported i2Kc Pckg All Strictly New and Fresh Stock Buy Where You Get First Class Goods rr The Home of QualityI MacNeill Wllihers Both Phones No 41 i JIL Clifton B Ross I You are cordially invited to make use four Rest Room on the second floor also to inspect our Green Stamp Parlors 4 We are carrying this season the greatest variety of 23 SuitsEver shown in Winchester Also a complete line of- F Coats Skirts and Waists and will be glad to have you Come And See TTiem The stock we display in Wash Goods Ginghams Galatea and White Goods is complete in every detail and our Silks and Dress Goods will Bear Close Inspection Our store is also well equipped with all the most usefuland Stylish Accessories Which go to make up the V Fall Costume There is no place in the city where the careful shopper can find more substantial goods at more Reasonable PricesNow is the time to b- uyClifton B Ross r Ltl1l1ls8ceInstitute is visiting Miss ISla Gay Mrs George lion is visiting in Lex ingtonMr Jas F Winn of Winchester Lodge is attending the Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville Mrs Edward S Jonett was in Lexington Monday Mr and Mrs AY J Reed of Car- lisle were guests of Mr antI Mrs Roy Smith this week Miss Ruth Dietrich spends several lays of each week in Berea where 5he has a fine class in music Mrs Ella llardwick of Stanton is visiting her mother Mrs Talitha Lucy McCord of Madison county was the guest lihds week of relatives here Hart Chapter D A Mwill meet with Miss Miller Friday afternoon at oclock Ed Halley of Scott county was here on business this week TULIP d monthat 44 cents per pound Mrs Sallie Owfflf sold oni8f poTind shoat to Clay Owen for iffioO James tape little son of Mr and Mrs James Former who had his ihip broken is improving nicely Mrs Pauline Oven is the guest of relatives at Ford this week Born October 1 to Mr and Mrs Isaac Todd a fine boy Roy Curtis Mrs P X Owen has returned home after a two weeks visit with her daughter Mrs Todd Near Wades Mill Mrs J W Smit hand Miss Mollie DIOWI1Wildi Aldridge who has been ill the past weke is improving Mrs Fannie Tevis and two little sons of Ford were guests of relatives here recently Roy Clay Owen of Ford has re turned home after a weeks visit with his little brother Gilbert at this place A TREAT IN STORE FOR THE CHILDREN IT C Owen sold a lot of fat cattle Messrs Bloomfield and Ratliff to J Reese to he delivered next iivonrietors of the Auditorium Mm RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loa- dROYSE BOONE Winchester Both Phones Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED t IfydnhaventCall our manager for full information l u r r ra jitre have Wade nrrmiKcinents with seversto he given away to the children at the Saturdays afternoon matinee The hasIehisisinK a ticket at trite matinee whicli will begin promptly at 2BO oclock will be given a nice box of candy free Miss Lavinia WilkersonCollins Collins whose home is in Mayslick was married Satur day in Cincinnati to Mr Wilkcrson who is connected with the Big Four railroadThe bride ia trained nurse by profession and is well known here Congratulations arc extended Do You Want Beautiful Hair HERF IS YOUR CHANCE FREE SAMPLES TO AW Every woman can now have long bcautifd hair at small cost for Woodburys Hair and Scalp Treatment has at last been prepared for home use This famous combination treat relievesitchingnut growth of hair It revives dying hairstores life and gloss to dry faded hair and preserves its natural color Lit your dreams come true Woodbury Hair Tonic make lie Half Grow Wavy and BeautifuL Voodburys Combination Treatment costs ni more than a bottle of common ordinary hair tonic Woodburys is backed up by almost half a century of experience Some people still think a visit to the Institute i1ry DONT MAKE THIS MIS TAioi rand Scalp Prepay- atigasare iow sold by all drujrgists a two cent stamp to Thewoodbury Co i West34tkStreet Xv York City for sam Slebboklct and specialists advice all tKEB Store Distributors tiforL l One ugh Ask your doctor about Clcrry Pet total Jibe says Tafh take If hesoys No then if t AUDITORIUM TIEAIRE in A nice box of iimllvill lf giviiij to each child that punSascs a ticket at the matinee Saturlalaftcn n at 230 p m 0lS4t t NEW BAKE1V 1Ve will start n new leery nt X g East Broadway and ill funiisli the freshest and best cad cakes pies and everything to e found ii a firstclass bakery 11 have hd large experience ill gunaantee IIofon ige Both phones No 3415 The E R Bakery Conwany ISH EDITOR BOWMARS IMPRESSION Editor Dan Bowmar of tic Woml ford Sun was one of the wcleiroto to the recent Sunday School Cam vention and thus records hi impres dons 1 The good people of Winchester opened their homes to Uie Conven tion visitors and entertained the royally Winchester is one of tV prettiest and most nroirressive citio Gas StovesGas Heaters of all kinds and PI ices Gas Ranges of the very best makes s n A cough just a little cough It may not amount to much Or it may amount tS everything Some keep coughing until the lung tissues are seriously injured Others stop their cough with Ayers Cherry Pee toral Sold for seventy years How long have you known it the State fun of enterprise jflf l public spirit It i growing rapidlv and has a population now of abouj 9000 The new Christian where the main session of tin onJ veiition were held is the most beaur itll church we totive seen any uhere It cost with its furnishings abiuj 80000 It is almost perfect in its appointments Mr A C Huutir nd the writer were fortunate in bt jiusr entertained at the home of Mr hlcIMr C B Sullivan ofT ootlfortl Sour Grapes One sneers at curls when one has no more hair one slanMefs apples when one has no nlbre teetbKarrs 0- iaI You have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come and avoid the rushJuJpJ the present tax law I am compelledto collect all of the taxes by December l t Your respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1011tf Gas- LightsThe ramous welsllbaelt Mantel and Globes that will please the most fas tidious GRANT WITT CO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET olLJtt DONT BB ALARMED Because this stoithas a reputation for selling mercbandist of the better class only We stand Kady to prove that high qualities do nt necessarily mean high prices I You may buy la les furnishings For less than we parge But of one thing you may rest assured You wont get better values ajwwhere no matter what you pay Youl money buys both quality and quantity rie You know and so do m that personal pre ference is exemplified in setting a suit which Jmost becomes you Thi Leing true it is nat ural and the acme of comfen sense reasoning to suppose that from grea assortments great values and a varied price ifaige satisfaction is bound to accrue 1 At Artis and Turnbulls oiGe necessary essen tials to purchse arc at on nlanifcst We have a magnificent Election of Ready Made Suits including garmefe ofthe very high est tailoring skill in the ma becoming modish models 1 Every suit is a perfect beat displaying all the STYLEand SMART E ECTS so much sought and desired hy fastidis tastes A visit to our store would fe more convincing and anything we couldsa in regard to this splendid displ- ayARTIS I TORIIOU t fW i w I I w ii tfE 0o4t this Question 01 clothes from any angle i ucboosef1 t eon from Y point of view orJn any lighttU youre willing to be Convinced to your I iowig19 if you can lay aside any prejudices you may have if you can see the importance j of C quality a dimpossibility of getting quality without paying the price of it in other words if you l ull take a e ldv ewafthe subject we can satisfy you athe best thing w yu isx to come to IrCiIrd this story t ask for tn tIt tijiv yo i rtiii1E a l because of the way your clothes aie made 1Iitl ji0jr y hf S ts2O to Overcoats18 to30fJy Hart Schaffner Mar J J Clothes h H You dont need topbe tbMthe superiority ofYallwool fabrics in clothes thats a fact no man of any sense would think of disputing Dof you know any other clothes except Hart Sehaffner Marx that are always absolutely allwool There may be other but do youL know what they are The question of quality is answered by the name Hartf Schaffner Marx its the only name you know in clothes that so perfectly answers that question As to style tailoring fitthe thingsfyou can see or your friends can see for you bring in any clothes you like for com parison the product of the best custom l tailor in the country or the best clothes makers you know put them side by side J with ours and judge fairly Youll spay i to J l what we say theres no clothing made for i I i f style tailoring ovr fit that compare with i these Hart Schaffn r Marx suits andly fr overcoats g a One thing you willot findin any other l way except in Hart Schaffner Marx line Tbe new Shapemaker w mq4 1sthp a newest best idea in clothesmaking that has been- produced 3i in many years its new a real shape maker If you wear it youll find yourself standing up straighter breathing deeperi Walkijig better YpjiJl look and feel better Retter not be skeptical about it comeiajid fn r v y Other Makes 10 to 15y iiI i t iCBLOOMFIELD CO IIi J Tms store Is thrbhome Oe Hart Schaffner Marx clothes J IliaJ rv tf1 J it Jf k at r to 1 1 t 4a r LI JiCj i I T 7 w I s r- 3ww ffj i l 2+ J THE WINCHESTER NEWSI t E 1 RECORDiOf many hundreds of thousands of cures forms a well sustained basis for i every claim put forth by the makers of DR PIERCES GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERYas a remedy tar many of the troublesome affections which afflict 1 mankind yet it is not extolled as a cureall by any means No extravagant i promises are flaunted before the public to arouse false hopes in the afflicted Your neighbors probably kilow ofsome of Its many cures ask them Through strengthening and arousing tIle stomach live and f l bowels into vigorous action digestion is promoted wereby the blood is enriched and purified disease =produGEng bach teria destroyed and expelled from the body and thus a tjJong list of skin scrofulous and kindred affections are overcome and sound vigorous 0 health established The Discovery contains no alcohol and no habitforming drugs and has its every ingredient printed on its wrappers This OPEN PUBLICITY places it in a class distinct from the ordinary secret nostrums w1t1tivhlch it has no re lationship Physicians therefore do not hesitate to prescribe it in bad cases of indigestion torpid liver or biliousness and in skin and blood affections People of intelligence and keen discernment employ it The cc Disc qycry is a pure glyceric extract of native medicinal roots of great curative potency and can in no invigoratorYouthe Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser by prR V Pierce a newly revised uptodate edition of which is now offered il cloth coyers postpaid for 31 cents in onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing only or IiI Ip per covers 21 cents Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association RV PierceJ j M D President 663 Main Street i Buffalo N Y t WELL SUSTAiNED 11 Clark County= Cn s COfflPallYt We are more thorughly oequipped than any plant in Kentucky to construct and repair all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushed and building stone always on sale i Concrete side walks laid economically and satisfaction guaranteed Give US a Trial 1IIR Peoples State Ban kPAID IIP CAPITAL cinr nn nn Surplus Fund 200000 In our short history of a few years we have lilt up a busi ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa werwe t our among a well as the rich depositors t i iWewould like very much to have you enlisted as one of our 1ustQnltrS and cordially invite you to make us a visit and iuves igate our facilities for doing an u11tcd1e pinking Jyisjuess JOHN Nh HOPGKIFd Cashier J L BROWN Pres LB COCKRELL V Pres lJ uPJy WANTED FARMS FOR SALE iYc are having calls every day for youIephone its at once Office in McEl downey Building both phones TRACY STOKELY WIfICHESTERROLlERMllLS The oldest and host institution ic the county is the Winchester Rollei- Mills Why not use home flourthC best made Kor perfection nnT- U7io Pnnvl liner Nnc rtn nrwil DRINK 4oQoiaMore THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good wjrkWIII b pleased to show the latest model t prospective pnifhasers Will sell either for eah or monthly payments C C IQBBINS News gfliec- wPUOiTORIUM THEATRE lr 1n Alt iiico box of oaniiv villbcgiycni oeacli liild that uUilif1rcf51 tick et jit ihetmrtincc Saturflay affernboiv 2lO p in 10S4t SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS A D ADL PTll lp FjertfeJance Jtye Most Ven omous of AH Serpents ly lfeSTJNG A PfATH WARRANT Little Chance Fora Victim of the Fangs of This Terror of the Island of MartiniqueThe Cat and the Mon goose Its Most Formidable Enemies Every one Is perfectly well aware that there exists a large number ot venomous serpents we baye many ot them right bere in the United States the rattler for example but probably no other spot in the ituown world tins such u dentb dealing reptile as tins the French island of Martinique nestling in the limpid blue waters of the Carib bean sea h is the ferdelance sci emifjcally known as Trjgoncephalus lancclatus that can beyond the shadow of a doubt lay claim to being the most deadly serpent of the earth Its sting means almost certain death There are eight 1istinctvarieties the most common being a dark gray and black speckled which colorifir enables it to conceal itself easily among roots atd stumps of trees Another variety is a clear bright yellow nndvueu hidden in the freshly cut Slfl0111yellow or coal black with a yellow- belly 6It it is not a large snake rarely exceeding tire feet in lei1i anti in cir cumference approximately the size t childs arm To repeat the sting means almost certain death and should not the service ofa physician es or panseur as the natives call him be obtained within a very short tube the venom does its deadly workthen flesh grows cold softens becomes pulpy cringes in color quickly gins of to spot and a great chilliness creeps through the blood This lasts only a few ininutesposslbly half hour then death anllfc If the victim is fortunate enough get a upon the scene jllpiercethope but even if life is saved the dan ger is not entirely removed fur h many cases necrosis of the tissues foi lows The flesh corrupts and falls from the bones and the body molders as does a tree There is however a heroic method lbmediate amputation of the leg or arm if the sting happens to lie in either Even this has to be done at once and before the venom circulates through the system There are to be seen today upon the isIamV many natives maIplied after an experience with a ferde lance The ferdelance Jsn fighter and no 0Ithe cat as tbe one exception stand a very poor show in a battle Pussy In about nine cases out of ten will out of the scrap with colors comeI cause of the fact that it is quite as quick in movement npparentlyI same time uses what may ring generalships ItIhegoose ichneumon imported from In din a number of years ago for the sole purpose off getting rid of the snakes Of the weasel mil and looking very much like it thisHlttle animal is absolutely fearless so far as snakes are concerned and xl just as readily tackle one rive feet in length as one a foot long From the mongoose the ferdelance will flee but if cornered will put up a great fight using evc ery trick at its commanda useless sort of contest however for within a short tune It will be stretched out lifeless A battle between thr e two natural enemies is well worth1 witnessing it aiby this time have conic to understand that when they enter such a combat it is with the odds greatly against them Jhe mongoose Is quite as clever a ling general as the cat and uses that gift to advantage Strategy more than strength is its asset When they meet and if the snake sees no avenue of escape it prepares for battle as does the mongoose bu in a more leisurely manner It tqkes about oae minute for them to get fully prepared There is no slinking hands so to speak as by prizefighters The mongoose circle s about the reptile always at a safe distance and drawing tire inviting it by moving dIand then quickly oU harms way It torments in eie possible manner causing file snaket time oink tune tgald Vrojwtive point At gist Boeing its op itrolect at some pt rntallar Cage the mongoose forward MUick as a huH of ligliuilng catches It Hrmlv wih uh tKih behind ih e triangular hatJa shake possibly two au aorijnd in Uw Unip than it toke to tEit jlit fprdi Iuiii dead Its ventbrae slndOW York Times IKi Th gn hIP nttarlied almost mllIy minff ruiin Hliprly as to ser vitude Montesquieu THE AUDITORIUM Incorporated Jinat 8 oclock except Saturday whet J there are two Shows change Monday Wednesday and Friday Nights 11 Two reels of moving pictures S changed MONDAY AND TUESDAYNIGHrSPi October 17 and JOE KENNE 18IChampion Trick Skater ALRENO AND RIALTO Novelty Singing and Accpdatics Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 housefroBLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PIOPRIETORS MARKETS CHICAGO Oct 37 WJIEATI- The covering of wheat by shorts at the close Saturday the talk of Ls Salle street leaders switching to tu buying sidcandan unexpectedly = Liverpool market this morn will no doubt put an end to ex fo1lpresent temporary equhhgn- cannot change the bearish outlook foi any length of time as the worlds supplies are apparently everabiind ant the latest Argentine crop advic favorable old tile volume pf buy tug in this trade disappointing TliclCU be a temporary swell in but tihe situation suggests a return selling pressure at any fair ad vanec CORN The market may be dm a temporary rally but it look if cute prices must seine down tt flevel where the country will refuse sell either old pr new corn auc v cftme in to hte market 01 buying side The past week fur wished jiotihng to greatly chaneg tin bearish outlook for the trade PROVISIONSCelt says 2100 hogs against 25000 estimated ant 25000 last year More thatih today is libale to give some s l ammunition Cash trade is fair ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Oct l7CnUle re ceipts 2000 ten to 15 cons higher beeves 4G5rt7S Texas steer 1100570 western steers 415a G75 and feeders 425a 1500 cows heifers 2c 40 calves 75010 hogs receipts 30 00 steady 805930sheep cipts 75000 10 cents liver native T250a430 wtecmf 2750425 yearlings 430540 lambs naiivt 4257 western 475aG85 WeIreceiPtsi25 common 225o350 hogs re 2087 Gto 10 cents higher butchers and shippers 915o925 common 8 IlJShceprccmPtl- BGG slow 10 to 15 cents lower 2 ri 375 lamb slow 10 to 15 cent lower 30rtb40 Small Farm For Sale I have for sale a small farm of Goor C3 acres lying on the waters Peeled Oak creek 9 miles from Jit Sterling and 3 miles from Pros ton convenient to tihurch ami achool Newly fenced all around Never failing water Small but com fortable house and out buildings Will take 65 an acre for the place and give posscsion March 1 1911 tnlso have some stack which J will sell as soon tsl have a good buyer 4 head of nice red yearling steers 1 heifer 1 steer calf 5 sow jAnxoiJeaddress MISS MARTHA DENNIS 432 W Second St Lexington Ky 10152wkt NOTICE TO CITY TAX AYER dtvIIaBle srll and settle at once an penalty which takes effect Xovembjy 1 r will be in office in the i k County National Bank building pct evcninir until 9 P n t hcginning sCFCOURTt t r t930tf0 ri Men Do tDosuch Things Haye you ver ktown a man w In suitklch trat 1IPSTIi Clas Advertisements c a word for a FOR a word for tfii tfr M Vine sertions piv z c a worn for e lU Ill sertion Oc a word mo Scatteredinsertion sa othing inserted f ten ADDV LOSTIWe are having callsFORfarms of all sizes j ilIuyc one you want toerman Apdotvney lain LOST For Insurance on Your Office In McEldowney ll Nome Phone 728 Ipaure In STROTHBBS FOR OLD T1BL 2 Fire Insurance andIand teal Age FFICE PnternitT Uldf Pho icss FOR SALECity iiujcny tolnstory dwelling 8 rggms Ws L ble Apply to G D Fox Real llitate agent McEldowney Buildnt Winchester Ky 1017Ilt folightstreet Old Kentucky phone 4i- 78224f fOR SALE Northern suedrye j R Martin Coal and Supply Coail pany P7tf WANTED A situation as nurse fOi an infant or to care for small dren as companion or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Horne phone 7321041mo rOR SALE OR RENt House with 8 rooms piped for water and gas and has rll improvements T L Todd 333 E Broadway R T phone 214 910tf foR SALE Fivemonthsold Rose Comb White Leghorn cockerels Mr Chas J Scott East Tenn phone IAD Home phone 640 FOR SALE OR RENTA perpetual YcslcyanCoJloffice 920tf FOR SA LEtiFortysix acres of No 1 land fronting the reservoir FOI terms artily T W Rush 927lmo FOR RENTThree unfurnished rooms Apply Miss Mary White 10 Haggard street 827tf FOR SALEAbout 200 gopd large maple trees Apply to Robert K Fox R R No1 9121mo P FOR RENTTwo rooms at 221 Col logo street also 25 pounds of feathers for sale 1011fit FOR SALE20 acres improved land 3 miles from town J1 Hart 223 Moundale avenue Home phoni 62fi 107Otpo FOR RENTAn 8room house 127 College street Apply to Samuel Locknane 825tf FOR RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to II W Ecton at Ectons grocery lOlOtfIFOR SALE Pure blood land Red cockerels phone S13A 1010lf WANTED 100 sheep to graze CaB- S ou 01 phone S A Prewitt pliant 882R 1010tf WANTED Tinmodiatclv second liand standing desk E T Lewis 1CompII1y or Mr Robbins News i27tFmeovnr WANTED Position as stenographer Several ycrrs pxpoiionco Apply Mr Robbins lows rHifO 1 081 mri ClashrTrtiilior 0 FOR SALE ltesulenee property ou 67x220honnaro 111CIty William Wolcott in iQLQi 4 RENT t Ue is NIIIMI and WashiaefcoB wrta Ap Mi J C Dattltistty13 tai 1asbiujca rtttrtec 11 W3t fALE G Ransc st aIaea = Liondrr store nitk Iprro New L1ee 11l A Wee ace Hat to a bar Geed with bloc silk Retu Robbins this ofire Rfxar 1013tf RENT Four roohts in the rt of the town Comer of Hick and Maple Gts sadwait ply to Miss Exit Freneh Btone 10133 WANTED Boarders 235 North treet Gas and forth 1013tf I Black silk nmbrella Handle ilver tipped Marked W R 1ka iiey Return to Mis Taylor at Mrs Calmes residence RewardG 101731 wbitelreiILu tis1inn Furniture Stow- 101t3L SALE100 hogs in lots to alit- u luisers to be delivered ftroar utlt tn 25th of November Cat hi slaughtered on premises B A leu1017tLFOR SALE Phaeton in good condition Ha almost new Will take part pIn teed J C YAUGL1- T10173L FOR SALEGood pony large enough to be serviceable Apply M this officesi0tft DONT BUY A i RUNABOUTP 14the I Buick at 60000 Call at the Winchester Garage and get full particularsJ vs W Bush 6 Company FIRE ANO TORNADO i INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY BUILDINGJ i Phone 145 t TPEKDLETON RUST BUSH l Attorneys at Lath- I Fl tMcEldorney Building j L WfnohfiStcr Kv JS R HAMPTON Lft Attorney at taw i19c 5th Fioor McEiauwney BuildLiF Spfcbl Attention to Collections Winchester R1rJ M STEVENSON I Attorney it lw I 10SIJln St WInchester Ky j 1 0S b Vtt ldua F ItIR o Cubit r- NionaI COUllly Bank i tstabtlshed l86S Accoun of Merchants Farmers a Traders SolicitedI i CdletU Flake on pnlnts C2al arid Surplus 5000000J j SHO REPAIRING Mr E L Bush having gone to Illinois to cater his brother i F r Bush has token his old stand No 10 HighianF Street and solicits the patronage of old customers and all others He guarantees a satisfactory job jn shpe repairing at all times L gif Six THE WINCHESTER NEWS ii Vw JW And tPant fTKnoW That Hutsell Smi heson sell good Shoes Shoes tbatthe wearing qualities as wcllas st 1 Ucauty Wont you visit ourrsnc see the many ne v styles of Crave Suedes Tans Gun 12tLzls ena Dull Kids we are showing Come nary and getyIz in The Shoe yThat Suits You EVERMTG NEW 14 EVERViTiHL GOOD Htrtsell SMiPattersonNe- xtt6Wiiniture Co SMALLARMS 50 acres 3 fs on Paris pike to cut in 4 pieces 12 acres each Best landlm County l See us quick you want one Blue Gray Realty Co TTEuifiSALEIN i BAKRUPTGY bE I ive1Ls entire stock of Drugs nrietary Medicines Ch eraical Druggists Sundries Soda Foiffiin Cigars arid Tobacco anyone Futures To bee at Public Auction to the highfsbidderon- Wednelay October 26 a 130 P M i At the BrownITroctoria Eliding 55ITerm For paticulars inquire iLewis R Hjnpion John A Ryder giistees In Bankruptcy 4 AUDITORIUM T ATRE A nice box of caudvvill be given to each child that our aces a ticket Jitthe matinee Saturda afternoon ai 230 pn= I 10184t iJV IRONMOUJb lrlo Winkler is holdi a protract ied meeting at Corinth rj Mrs Sallie William and Prankie Fisher were the plea nfe guests of firs Mandy Stone Ttu day j Miss Lottie Stevens Jf Irvine vis tiitcd relatucs here last veek- F Miss Rosa Lee Pucl ett was in Ir Ni csloppinJol e day Ihst meek i Iiy D C Berryman o1 College I JirhtMisses Tempa and Alice Stouo were in Winchester shopping TU e s day t Mr and Mrs Chas Williams ant Mr and Mrs Tack Wills visited Mr Carrie Elkins Tuesday Mr and UrsJ T Stone were tl guests of T J Tiptoa and fami Thursday JN Osborne was the guest of- T J Stone Friday Uncle Ezra Says Genly it dont take moren a gi 1llouble 1 IiCUSTERS LAST FIGHT I The Famous Battle of the Little Big- I horn River General George A Custer was one of ttbe most notable cavalry officers developed during the war of tbe rebel lion It was ills fortune to be In the thick of tbe conflict within a few days after leaving the training school at West Point and from that time un til the day of his death his life was Oiled with strenuous work and stir ring adventure In which he was ire t quently exposed to deadly peril The closing chapter of his life which came with what Is known In history as Ousters last fight which oc curred on June 26 1876 was a trag edy bit he died like a soldier civilIdian fighting on the frontier of the United States Many of these engagements were among the most thrilling in the history of Indian warare in this country The famous expedJtIon which ledup to the famous battle of the little fiig born river was startedt9n fajiy 17 hisVfflcersI DalmtaIone realized that the campaign was likely to be a decisive ojie It was planned to strike tbe Indians a serious blow one from which they could pot recover J The advance was begun under fjj vorable conditions and the Littlo Bighorn mountains were rjpjicljed tin June 25 and the hr inn village 10J1tedA slight accident gave the red men warning Nobody knows exactly btiw the battle of Little Bighorn was fought hyIance was a great surprise The best evidence shows that the Indians closedI in on both right and left and Custer at once on the defensive Closer and closer the coil tightened around that plucky band One after the other of the troopers fell the horses stampeded the ammunition ran WereI no messenger had been able to through the lines and the among the officers was heavy Then Custer had his troops fire two volleys in succession the usual cry for help It was heard In Renos camp Its significance was understood but no help came Soon came the final act of the tragedy The Indians closed in from all sides led by the cruel chiefs Crow King Gall Crazy Horse and Rain in theFace It was a hand to hand fight It was 150 against 1000 Grouped about Custer were twenty or thirty desperate men They fought with their leader they fought for their leader until the last man lay dead Not an American officer or soldier lived to tell the tale of Ousters last fight over in the hIstory of the world wnrbe bravery devotion to duty and discipline of troops better illditrated Almost without ex IIfoundsigned troopers in line and their omicers In position They fought a battle but they fought without Ollllhj ing They wore killed but not dis graced Detroit Free Press ll Old Mosque Legends The great Begova mosque in Sera jevo is the largest mosque in Europe after those of Constantinople and Se Urns mosque in Adriauople In its courtyard stands an old stone across the top of which there Is a groove pre clsely the length of a Turkish ell Tradition says that a pslia placed it thereto checkmate the local merchants habitual use of false measures in deli L once of the express commandment of the Koran But another of Serajevos hundred mosques has a much better legend Before this may be seen the tombs of the seven holy dervishes who were beheaded f 200 years ago for a great theft After the decapitation each body tucked Its head under its arm and walked into the mosque So those der vlslies are worshiped as saints to this day A Large Volume The biggest book In Washington Is not in the Congressional library It is In the reference room of the geo logical survey on F street where its Cjespl IItatIJubaiyat Didnt Like Comparisons What made that prints donna de mend your discharge wrote an article replied the press agent saying that she sings like an angel She sold size saw no reason for complimentary reference to troy bodys singing except her own Washington Star OthersI of some remarked the vortn as the ttotheJironaway with It Fetal I The LadyGet out Yn ire them5n inIfait poor tellers glustlCleveland Leader i- J jx e w f L rl N 1 J r air of oven are the the to a lot gas t tae n t i J once the of a gas I A gas the soon AGO From the Sun fever l river lower thru for many ycars 0 v f Hogs per S French is a for Judge v chaw at L ni killed a six feet long T C a sermon at the church u hot weather for the sea on 1rt t 2 ttPet Evans and Miss Sally Clark and Miller a toi town that 81 General being made lit the Rees House TG Stuart went to on for Guard Tucker and Miss Annie Garner married 4 i licensee issued to W H Rice and Miss Mary R the town for a bawd house Hemp per huri led T J Bush sold at a 250carloadper 5Somefrom that in a t race between Ballard of IN THESE AYSr Navigation the sciencp of seamanship is all but los When only sailing vessels coursed th seas seamanship get the most out of the wind Ii Did you ever stop to think that a- DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGE Enables of qaS- sIiiI high neck valves adjustible mixers ifiiled ientific and arrangement burnerstrigle walls with dead Itionthat give housewife great opportunity cook wjthlijtle jfeivthat determines great saver like DETRIOT fYstfitself Begin Economy TOdaY fSee Them At THIRTYONE YEARS Malarial alcntIKentucky tijeealjars huulredi JIJIcC candidate CommonPlcas FreshLong Gnadingcrs Clinkenbeard blacksnake Stackhouse preached IRe Baptist elopedto Cincinnati DrWash brought weighed pounds improvements Frankfort business theStnte iThW Marriage Walden Triisteesof lndictecr permitting 1l5tfj525 Cincinnati huridrcd Reported Richmond inCl 01 Steam meant yjs 1 Jlr T I Round Trip Prom IW r HOME Of the Sunday School of the First Methodist Church a of the Sunday school would at once be arranged The object of thus de partment is to bring every member of the church in sympathy and fouch with the Sunday school Those en rolled in this department are to be furnished a Home Department Quar terly and are to study the Sunday school lesson not less tan 30 min utes each week Enrollment also carries with it all the privileges of the Sunday school Every membei of the church not in the Sunday school will be asked to jomMiii i Home Department f 1fhc studof the i UNCLAIMED LETTERS tt pooue Bettie Boone Miss Ella Brogan W C Brown HTfBlye Len iSS l tile house= C 1wd1e to get the most Oltt the I K The rotating burners construc airspaces features cost cheapness ranrJEWEL married pumpkin George T1Ii Grubbs Bentons Corner Main and Broadway THE DRY FALL OUTING 565 WINCHESTERand mb DEPARTMENT enrolled Biblel ALL ABOARD FOR WEDNESDAY OCT 19TH One evening for promenade or dance lII 650Pays Your Expenses including board and the admissions to the Cave I SEE IVJRITE SlllHlayl1inoruin MAMMOTHCAVE I Work Wonders for Large Figures TheReduso 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