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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- i r y p l Last Edition t VOLUME 5 NO3 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II ANOTHER UNPROVOKED lUlLING IN BREATNJTT COUNTYA- Crawford Called To His Door Tuesiiay And Shot Seven limes By Unknown Assa NIght t Special to The News JACKSON Ky Oct 1JMatt j Crawford a prominent young man living on the river about two miles above thicity was called to his door atH2 oclock Wednesday morning by all unknown party or parties and shot Iseven times being killed instant l Mr Crawford wrs about 30 years ofa4 and was engaged in distilling busimiss He is fIe son of Mr Steve CiaWfordof Athol and a nephew of the Ifrle Judge Ilargis- Xo reason is kno for the killing Viawford had no known enemies lie was popular and wealthy and had never been engaged in rrny of the remhIeCnptain T G Millikin of Lexington was telegraphed to bring his blood jlnmds and every effort will he made nrnTiiSUDDEN Of MRS MCURDi Wife of Mr John McCord Expired Monday Night From Attack of Acute Indigestion Mrs John McCord died suddenly Tnesdsyiaiugfii Aof acute intlic til sired had been complaining for the past few weeks hut her con dition was not thought to be serious Tuesday night she was sitting on the font porch of her residence on Hick nian street when she was taken sudden ill Im D H McKinley who was pass ing the home at the time was called i nand with Dr It F Johnson worked with herr until nearly 10 oclockwhen she expired Mrs McCord was in hcr 71st year Before her marriage she was Miss Lydia Lisle of this county and was the last one of this family her brother Mr Brack Lisle having died only a few weeks since Besides her husband she is survived by three sons Mr Woodsou McCord Chief cf Police of this city Mr Charles Mc Cordand Mr J L McCord The Juneral services will he held at the ftfavc in the Winchester cemetery Thursday October 20nt 10 oclock Services by Rev Peeples and Rev dimming Following are the pallbearers J B Carroll C B Stewart N A Bowel J W Povnter R 0 Fitch and F IT Jacks- onBRICKWORX ON OLIVER BLOCK Was Begun This Week BuiFding Will Be Only One Story at the Present Time The brickwork on the Oliver building on North Main street was begun this week The building is being erected on the site of the old stone shop which star there for nearly a century Timeg will- only be run up on story is the intention of Mr Oii other stories later on TOBACCO PRiCES STILL LOWER Offerings on the Lexington Market in Comparison With Last Week Are Off a Hundred o LEXINGTON Ky Oct 19Re tions from former sales constitut Ktlie offering at Tuesdays auction 909 pooled tobacco by the Bur tpbaccp Society The hogsheads jsold singly by number The testbuyers of the day were Spill fir THE WINCHESTER NEWS Ito capture thel guilty party or pat tiesThe blpnclho nds of Captain Mil likin of LcxiiEton passed througil- this city n th 8 oclock Land E train Yet1ud y morning on their- wn to A telegraph message- was ccelhllikin Tues lay inornnu st ting that Matt Crawford a pr mine t young man of Jack son hndItu milled to the door by an unknovn pa ty or parties and in Stantly k lied Wednesday morning Mr Sam Jett of this city on hear ing of thi kill ng immediately tele raphod tc the ircathitt News to set eountIpose to do business where life was so uncertain in Breathit Mr Jett has a general store at Oakdale a distillery n goat ranch and is inter ested in other enterprises mauVlb Elli who secured 02 The highest price was 1025 and the lowest 750 The average for 177 hogsheads sold was f1165a hundred The sale will be resumed oelockjg a Compared with last week the market was off about one dollar a hun dred There1 were no rejections Tues day The following comparison with las weeks priced shows the slump Tuesday Friday B4 t 1110 1254 C4 1210 OIC5C 1i6f 16n D2 5 75 1G50 The quality was Superior to mdl of last weekall offerings hinging been regraded The bulk of that sold was of the colon grades and the remand is ordinarily active NEW FACTORY 4T CLAY city Mr George Tomlinson of Winches ter Will Complete Plant in About Ten DaysIMr George Toinlinson who was un til recently in the lumber business in thicity has about completed a tobacco hogshead factory at City and will begin operation in aboutI ion days The factory tad mill will he one of the best in the State having a capacity of viol hogsheads per day The output of the factory has already been contracted forIAfter the factory is well started Mr Tomlinson will give very littltt of this time to the management as he has other interests that will conI sume most of his tim- eREPUBLICANS MUCH WORRIED Over Situation In New York and Are Afraid State is Lost to the Demo crats STEW YORKj Oct 19 President Taft devoted several hours Tuesday afternoon to political conferences rewarding the situat on jn New York State He cast jopubiican State Chairman Prent e Otto T Barnard gild Ralph Pcte The Republica leN lels made no attempt to disgui illnfact that they are considerably vqrried over the outlook They a the situation is perhaps the inoit mzzllng they ever have had to fail One put Hto the Pre I1wjiirmithout the Colonel and ito we are defeated it will ic 3ecaiise of the attacks on the roloni1 Campaign s tai ppFresident was told are cojiiijigi i ire slowly tlJsnots 1 howeverHe feel that the present campaign in New York would have a dominant mite t upon Hie Presidential campaign iii 1912 It i4 understood that Banna d believes President fTaft will be re nominated in 1012 COLONEL NOT TO MEET TAFT OYSTER BAY N Y Oct 10Itw- ns said for Colonel Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill Unit he will not go to New York Wednesday not will Pres BayThis tb rumor current in New York that 1was to be a meeting therl WALKER SCORES ROOSEVELT KANSAS CITY Mo Oct 19 Without mentioning the name of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt but making it obvious that it was he of whom he wits speaking John Brisbcn Walker Cosll1opplitnnlngl7 night before thcJKnifc and Fork Club made a sharp rfffck on the Cornier President Mr Walker represented Colonel Roosevelt as a supreme demagogue eCll1lpIpea every man or woman who could analyze his attempted decep lion a practical politician who has learned the art of being al things to allmen who can he an enthusiastic progressive in Kansas and Iowa and write an endorsement of the Aldrich tariff in a New York platform PHil LIES WIN- BECONn GAME Defeat Chicago Nationals Decisively By 9 to 3in Worlds Championship Series PHILADELPHIA Oct lTlwIsecond game for the worlds cjijinir pionship wasf ttqnded1ythonsands Enthusiastic funs went wihlore Mondays victory for the Phillies The Athletes repeated the Monday success except that the defeat of the Chicago Cubs was more decisive The final score was 9 td 3 mm UNABLE TOI AROIISENTHUSIASMR- epublican Candidate For Congress in This District Speaks to Small Crowd at Beattyville BEATTYVILE Ky Oct 19l Hon John W Langley spoke here Tuesday to a small sized crowd not exceeding 100 Thelacjc ofoldtime enthusiasm shown must have been painful to him as he did not receive a single ripple ofapplause during the course of his remarks lie made a vain appeal for the Democratic vote telling the Democrats he had work edalike for them and own party and sent one as many garden seed as the other He seemed to think lit had the Republican vote solid behind him but there probably has ueve been so much disaffection in the par ty as now AUDITORIUM The best bill offered by the Auditorium theatre for some time is on the program for Wednesday night and Thursday night John A Cough liu who created such a sensation in electricity at the Hipp in Lexington all of last week is on the bill with Dixon and Max a pair of black face eccentrics who certainly have some funny sayings funny singing and Cunnv dancing She two pictures t be used are new and of splendid sub jects GAYNOR A GUEST OF TAFT NEXT SATURDAY NEW YORK Oct 19 Mayor Gaynor of this city will be the gnest of President Taft at the White House on Saturday and Sunday next Announcement was made Hut President Taft has extended an inv tntioilt i orGnnor to pay him- SUCh arvisit and that the Mayor had ncceJ1esT 0 A mkiricould rather win a dollar otn a 1t or than earn fire nt honest labor WflLMAN FAILS IN GREAT TRIP America is Abandoned and Crew is Rescued By the Steamship Trent N EWYORK Oct 10A wireless message tothe Ne wYqrk Times from eCapt Dowd of the Royal mail term upIt ship had been abandoned The i es cut was made in latitude 3543 long itude T81S The position reported by Captain Doa indicates that Wellman nn u his crew were picked up at a poil about 150 miles duo east of ap llntteras on the North Caroliiuaaeoast The wireless message was receive by Sandison Son local agents of PnrketIJinand BcrJundo and signed by Com mander Dowd qf the steamer Trent and read as follows At ia in today we sighted WxJll mans airship America in distress She signaled that she required as Distance and help After three hour maneuvering fresh winds blowing vc got Wellman with the entire crew safelyeboard All are well The Ameri ca was abandoned in latitude 3543 north longitude GSlu west EIGHT ADDITIONS Elder R French has returned from a protracted meeting held at liepub lican Mauison county There were eight additions Elder C W Elsey of Ciiithlaiia assisted in the service T NEW BUNGALOW h Mr Younger Tuesday afternoon elopeda contract with Mr W E Singleton for the erection ofn nice residence in the Bloomfield Addition nthe Lexington pike IMiQ bulidin will be a bungalow GLaJ3 AT J3VI GLASGOW Ky Oct lSCon grassman Oho James spoke here Monday to a large and enthusiastic crowd of Democrats in the interest of IL Y Thomas Democratic nominee for Congress in this district TWELVE OF CREW DROWNED RIO JANEIRO Oct lSThc British freight steamer Portmrnock is reported ashore off Cape Frio Twelve of the crew were drowned The Port marnock sailed from San Lorenzo Argentine October GjDISASTROUS RUNAWAY WATERLOO Iowa Oct 1SIn r runaway accident near Fairbanks Iowa Monday Arthur Bentley was killed his brother George fatally hurtI and two relatives James and TlOmI as Wood severely injured GREAT FURY OR WIND AND WAVE Let Loose Upon Cities of Florida Peninsula and Crops Are Believed to Be Totally Destroyed JACKSONVILLE Tin Oct 19 Torn asunder by one of the most de structive storms that ever charmed up from the tropics 50000 miles of territory in the Florida peninsula is without means of communication with the outside world ICycllnic winds have playfully swept through the towns and cities at 90 miles an hour demolishing hoifcek iuncl scattering devastation broadcast Joining in file demonstration of the elements the sea lashed to n fury has swept over manS attempts to halves the waves the sea walls and demolished seaside resorts railroad tracks water fronts and wlmrv es whereon was stored cotton and other freight Along the western coast many lives are believed to have been lost and the property damage Breaches into time millions The last reports fromtbis section embracing all that territory south of a line from Tampa to Qfe Augustine told of hurricane winds hourly in ra1idlfallingin that territory and the vast truck farming industry probalby has been ruined Mayport at the mouth hfth St ofISOThere Iras been no u withany point of Jacksonville ex cept St Augustine since late Tues day afternoon v IHlall wires north werese eredtttit9t one exception shortly bcfore3arTc accoinJAt St Augustine h6u es were flooded at low tide with promise of immense damage tl lusiness property when hisrii tide came ltche city is ii darkness i ONtLIFEeEthel Leneve Will Also Be Tried if DcNJtoris Convicted LONDON Oct 19Dr Crippcu a as Tuescla put on trial for his life with 5Thelug of testimony was begun Crippen pleaded not guilty The trial of JJthIel Clara Leneve the doctors typist fjCactpens conviction A PROMOTIONi Miss Ella Gillispie who hrs been the Postal Telegraph Cos operator here for some time past has received a deserved recognition of her merits from the company She has tfen appointed manager of the company business in Winchester Miss Gil lispie is not only a competent and conlteoustele llph operator hutImost excellent young lady in ecrfway Her promotion carries with itiier dcjiarture from Shelbyvillc with u the next few days a fact that i deeply regretted by her many rieno here Shelby Record HEMMED IN BY FIRE Following Mine Explosion Fifteen Men Are Thought to Have Died SARSTED Prussia Oet1l n explosion in time Siegfried Potash Mine Tuesday caused a fire tliitt imprisoned 15 miners all of whom arc thought to have perished Three Indies have been recovered Fifty men engaged in the mine at the time escaped MAYORS ASSAILANT HAS SENILE DEMENTIA Attorney For Gallagher Has Had Him Examined By Several Physicians NEW YORK Octobeer 19Alex ander Simpson attorney for James J Gallagher who attempted to assasi nate Mayor Gaynor last August as sorts that his client is now and lint been for some time suffering from enilc dementia Dr John Reilly of this eitanl Dr Britton D Evans Superintend Mat of the Norris Plains N J Inane asylum alienists who made a careful examination of Gallabhcr reported to Mr Simpson that in their opinion the prisoner who is in the jail at Jersey City awaiting trial has long been suffering from this form of dementia While Mr Simpson has not reveal jd the plan of his defense of Galla slier it is believed that he will base his defense on the findign of the alienists i CARD OF THANKS r I desire to than kmy friends whoso lamb rendered us assistance dur big the recent illness and death of my beloved mother Mrs Mary Catherine Eckley W P ECKLfeY ZEKE WILSON HERE Mn Zeke Wilson one of the 1909 umpires in the Blue Grass League stopped over in this city Wednesday oij his way from his father home in Beattyville to Ashland Wilson was made manager of the Ashland club the past season Span after the season started he ws taken ill and hrd to quit the game OLD BAPTIST CHURCH Elder J J Gilbert will preach at the Old Baptist church Sunday night at7 oclock FALLING OFFHN T RURAL DlSIRICl Census Officials Predict Smaller Coun ty Population in Many Western States WASHINGTON Oot 10The census for the State of Illinois an nouncement of which is expected with in two or three weeks will show a decrease in the rural population ac cording to lihe prediction of the cen sus oilicials who likewise anticipate a falling off in the rural ooulation 1of Indiana Ohio and Kentucky hml possibly other Muddle Westeni Static Thc Michigan census which was given out in advance of other States on account of the election stha were to be affected showed a annrke- falling off iloanY of the counties More recently the decrease shown in Missouri excited muchcomment Reasons given for the decrease iii th crural sections of Illinois the- bowing of which Jsin prospectarc Improvements in farm machinery wealth of the farmers who do not care to divide their holdings into small farms and who mire sending bos to the West to hike up newI and the natural city drift The tSate of Massachusetts has a population of 3300410 This is an increase of 561070 or 20 per centj over the population of 1900 when time totalwas 2805340 The increase from 1890 to 1900 was 500403 01 25 per cent Indiana is pressing the Bay State fo rsevenlth place AFTER 15000 PRIZE ROCHESTER N Y Oct 19 Fred C Keels of Bath N Y weather permitting is t ostart in an aeroplane Might fro mthis city to Detroit Wed icsday in an attempt to win the 15 000 offered by J II Moore of lochatCl UGH r PLANT IS OUT QF DUSINESS =Machinery Breaks Down and Street Car is Put Out of Business A part of the machinery at the light plrnt burned out about Tues day noon and the street ear operated on time streets in this city was put out of commission It will probably be several days before the damngt is repaired Those getting powei fro mthe plant were also put out of business MINERS CRUSHED When Heavy Cage Fell 150 Feete Through the Shaft SOMERSET Penn Oct 19 A heavy cage broken from its fasten thirQuemahoning Coal Company mine Tuesday and crushed three men work 150 feet below J rues FKel y Superintenedtn of Construction was killed Elmer Naughle was probably fatally injured while Waltei Wade escaped with less serious in juries Kelly leaves a widow am three children COUNT TOLSTOI STRICKEN ST PETERSBURG Oct 19 Count Tolstoi experienced a series of fainting spells Tuesday and vas unconscious for several hours Tn the evening the author was said to be na somewhat improved condition FORKNER TRIAL The trial of Charles Forkner was called in the Madison Circuit Court Tuesday morning limit owing to the absence of some of Me witnesses tlfe trial was postponed until Thursday morning lIon J M Stevenson of this city will represent Forkner f SENATOR DOLLIVERS FUNERAL THURSDAY Two Bishops of Methodist Church Will Take Part in Tribute to Dead Statesman FORT DODGE Iota Oct 19 The arrangements for the funeral of the late Senator Dolliver were com pleted Tuesday and are as follows The services will commence at two FmnkIbate to Dolliver the Vain GoernorCairoll will Speak in be Y t r WEATHER Rain Tonight and Probably Thurs day Much Cooler half of time State of Iowa Senator Albert B Cummins illspeak for the United States Senate George K Roberts Director of tlift Mint will speak in behalf of tilt pressJudge W S Kenyoii assistant to the Attorney General will speak in behalf of time Senators home city Ft Dodge 1Re Robert Sinylic of Sioux City will speak in behalf of the Northwest ern Iowa Conference of the MCI Ito list church Rev W Spence of Ft Dmlgr will speak on The Senators Relation to the Monte Churdv Bishop Luther B Wilson of Philn llwfIJawnHelationtu William Frazer McDowell will duliuM an address on A Fallen Leader JACKSON FERRY Mrs Jay Will elson and children oF Iexdfamily recently Mr and Mrs J P Bnbor pout Thursday last with 11nnd Mrs Richard Thompson Mr and Mrs Jas Woosley wore guests of their daughter at Colby from Saturday until Monday Mr Braxton Monroes fajmily have all been quite ill of colds Mrs Lizzie Chism mud two chil dren spent Saturday night d Sun day with her father Mr John Jor dan Mr Marcus Shaft rer left Sunday to attend the lnsoiisnheeting at Loiiis villcl Little Hat tic Christopher is quite ill bf tonsilitis Mr and Mrs Jeff Haggard all Mr and Mrs P A Haggard spent Monday with Mr and rFIiehm1 Thompson MOUT HOF FOUR MILE- r r Bill Epperson sold two nw and 12 pis for 32 and 5 steer at t coals per pound to Mr Hampton Monday Mr George Ferguson bqughta calf rom Mr Johnsno for rll multione tram Mrs G M Mitchell for 10 Mr Charley Wilcox and Stonewall Pafado attended court aj Mt Ster ling Monday Miss Breath Chancy of Natural Bridge is the pleasant guest of Visa Dolly Christopher this week Miss Iva Rankin near Winchester is visiting her aunt Mrs Nancy Wil coxlrs Spelt Elkiu has returned home after t yo weedvisit with her son in CovingtonKy Miss Burdeaux Ferguson who is teaching school near Lancaster Ky spent from Friday until Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs George Ferguson She was accompanied by Miss Eltattoss null Mr Tommy Cot tons of Cottonsburg Ky and 1iss Gertrude Ross and Louie DeJohnily Richmond Miss Dolly Christopher entertained i few of her friends Sunday at her retty country homein minor of Mfis Breathe Chancy of Natural Bridge Those present wore Miss Winferl lisle and Mr Everett Todd and Ben Eubank of Winchester Miss Stella iiid Joann Sewejl Miss Liei and Emma Elkin I1IIl Pet Owens apd family have novel to Paris Ky Mrs Bill Crow who hits been dune llof typhoid fever is some holler Mr and Mrs Edge Wilcox spent Saturday and Sunday at QJajbora Brocks near Wades Mill Mis Stclln Scwclilwho has been ittending College at Morehead Ky ias retnriied home on arc lll f of heir in bad health Mary Marcus FeI Usonbfls been visiting in Lexingtonbano turned home Mr and Mrs Dee Baber of Lex insrton is spending a week with her artitsMr midlmc George Brown Mrs Allie rphristopher had a fine horse todic Sunday They were driving to jriiothcr posture and got jMr haute Kv is isitin nne Mr Tell W Brown sold a coj fGo to Georire Fercnson last week Housework a Noble Occupation When properly practised house work is as noble an occupation as any girl or woman can undertake Ethel Senior Showing Division of Trouble As a general rule a mans hair turns gray five years earlier than a womans TOO LATE p10 CASSIFYr WANTED Tiye or six carpenters Apply Ht P Eclcley j 104913h ri0 ir r F ri L e t lI L j f1fkP etf QMaet W1cau1eltul 1UI JH WISn NWS 1o 1ir JtIffl a endlnL N 2pr It PMHshed by- v The Winchester Jgws Co Iricbrporaieo rt Met JNrll SiiitKijiaIo Street i Winchester Ke ck Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter postofficetnAct of Mirch 3 1879 itth Flion t Iii II- SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one year Vtv306Biz Months 150I Oxe Month vv 25 Payable in advance- ADi1ERTiSING RATES DisplayPer Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar mp continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 11FurReading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type7c Pure reading nws heading15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition it Three insertions Continuously 2i Each three additional insertions J r One caltmdarniO continuously 10e Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books fat less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL JHE PRINCIPAL CITIES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910 THE CHINESE PARLIAMENT r nr The recent opening of the Chinese National Assembly must be regarded n as on the whole the mot significant step thus far taken in the elaborate processes of constitutional develop mint in thitt empire At the time flit f body was commonly spoken of its senate but that was incorrect and misleading It is no more a titan it is a hftiige of enatI t fives It is neither of these of the natin a measure it partakes me of each of them and it contain confessedly and pin posely thtf germ and f6nridntions of bOth It is de scribed by the government as the foundation of a parliament and is 1 officially named the National Assem nbly It was ordered into existence i by an edict of September 20 1907 which set forth that in a constitu tional government a bicameral par i liamerit was the real foundation of i executive power that China was not yet ready for such a body but that l there should be established prelim roar court to assist the govern meht known as the National Assem x lily 4 This body which is ribw in active t existence consists partly of noble- menv and class representatives who j hiin time form the nucleus of a 8 sfifmte and partly of representatives 6 ftlie provincial assemblies who will form the basis of a house of repre onestt hundred of eachof these two classes i though the former class is subdivided into seven sections of which only hejJt fiftyttfo members of the other three t sections being commoners chosen for merit The first hundred are tpI seclIthat there is practically no popu g lar representation which will ofI course come later when iis as c i hay gives way to the real parliament r tof two houses for which it is a prep The present body is au ti re51olienne and expenditure taxation pub lie debts new legal codek and various other topics but ngiie of its actions CO INCORPORATED cn an lie effective without tlie imperial ive body What is most significant however is the fact that the formation and conduct of this body and also tic popular desire for a real parliament have so strongly and favorably im pressed the Regent that he has de cided to shorten the period at f Hutted to probation for constit- tionnl rfI government and to establish fully developed and competent par liament within three years This is ive believe the first change which has been male in the time table of constitutional dvelopment as originally published and it is notably eif eouraging that it is not only a change fur expedition but also is made no capriciously nor in compliance wifb mere clamor but upon the reassur iug haiof actual achievements and of demonstrated fitness for more rapH SUCCESS FORECAST News with advanced copies bfH preliminary forecast of the Congressional election of IfllO The forecast is usually strikingly accurate It ha 25000 or 30000 life members scattered all over the United States and asks them for their opinion from which it makes up its forecast In the last presidential election it fore cast successfully the electoral vote of every State Its opinion is there fore entitled to great weigM It gives the Democrats ins districts sure tIll Republicans 100 with a tot al probably a tie with thirteen doubt ful districts In Kentucky it places both the Ninth and Tenth district LISTENERS NEVER HEAR any t ood of thelitselysis assaying that doesnt go in onr ease We have heard so manJlice things saidabout our lumber by experienced builders fiat we have become used to them There must be a reason for those compliments A ournlumber will reveal it to youI WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING du intendedtoIbe 1ImlSueces close mutt probability of IJemoeritts being elected in both The azines 110I PIesentn1thesare ly in favor of a Republican majority of two or three but it is impossible writIingwhich It will make another guess on the 51st when it is hoped that it will iomc nearer hitting the mark Near ly all other sources of information jive the Democrats a majority some very decided one- PERRYGRAPHS Supply and demand control prices To get better prices raise v The desire to fish is a lieasc There is no rem ily for it cctfept to- go a fishing It is not in good taste after a thing hay happelied that you have predicted to say 1 told you soIWhen a young Ulan gets drunk usually he makes n fool of himself and takes delight in letting everybody know that he is a fool- Timeeler1eiiVch nWuy i eitic s Over the census returns renders other towns indifferent about getting returns All of the candidates are winners until after the election t Some people arc ncVer sri fi fled with anything and Mr Bryan is one of them When JyouscqVa arm mnlihig n plum foolof himselfover ai oloo tion ask him wlt he expects A movement ion foot to call tr extra session pf the Legislature tc IWe Are Now Placing On Sale Iouf entire stock of Uncalled Fdr Tailor SuitSf which we have accumulated during the last 3 months and this gives you an opportunity to buy a good Tailor Made Garment for less than one half the original COST Every one of the suits are Well tailored and made in our own shop right here in Winchester dome in arid take a look we guar ant e to fit you This is a great chance to save money Our stock of Woolens is the finest we 2ver carried and we want to make you your Suit of Overcoat or both You are Welcome to look whether you buy or not Are You Comi- ngJRFRANK Jones Block North Maiin Street We PressBiir Clothes for one year Free of Charge- u u u i i I r fIrJ o7Ito revise time tax laws No use the unwderstaudiugtern If the Roosevelt ticket wins in New York it will be a tiunlpltAtff the people over machine polities IfIt loses it will only delay for a time the downfall of machine politics in this country Tobacco never benefited Hie eon sumer It upon the whole has not been a good tiling for our blue grass country Why not cut it out e COLUMBUS STREET CAR MEN LOSE AND CALL OFF STRIKE COLUMBUS 0 Oct 19Thes- treet ear mens union Tuesday night called off the strike which has tech in progress since July 24 The men received uo concessions from tic those who inserted ti onhltmDRINK X o More Than Wet II DB 1ieslder IIsVicePreSident Ier ROTITCH 1 Clark County Bank Est htlAhed 1885- Acccu ts of Merchauis and Traders Celleclon tirade on All POints 1C pital j350OOQOO aril Surplns If You Knew ASo J I Muchi1 4 Um I about STElkBLOCH SMART- s c wouldllfcbe smalliuse in our boosting themI i as we do All we ask is just Q lej i v chance to shew you how andwhere they Hn are sufeeHor to any ether make A styding order with their i makers brir egsto us every new idea just as soon as it is out of thef tailor shop We are able to shQVi r to our customers the latest thins J 9in mirittte rtthey are re1Jorted from London fand New York Try One For Your FaIl Suit c ALLAN MURPHYIL FS National Farrnerst CLOTHES 4jMA1 CHICAGO Oct IS WHEAT Improved nc w heat prop prospect in both Russia anti the Aigenfine yesteidaj as a result rf rains added to the heaviness in tIle situation suid caused the trade to disregard smnll er worlds shipments and higher Liv eipool cables As tray approached one dollar late in the day there wa extensive covering by some b units es Profit taking on short lines i an easy matter and the more of it titer is done the worker the technical po utifrii of the market becomes Ad vices indicate that tiie wheat trail i iderahhlItvhere foreigners will buy our when s what time trade must reach before the bear market is cheeked CORN Unsettled weather inot ikely to be of a character to inter fere with the marketing of olds corn mud tic proper drying of the new rop Take the old and new crop ogether and there is an over abuml uicc of coin and tliiswill mean old nshioned prices before the decline io n er The natural tendency is for the oats trade 1o follow time weak ness in corn PROVISIONSGelt says 14000 logs against 13000 estimated rnd 1000 last year The trade istilt mixed o nthe hog movemctn and the possible action of feeders for the next two and a half mouths during which time January product can be r made ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Oct ISCattle re ceipts 7000 steady beeves 4650 700 Texas steers 340570 west ern steers 475680stockers and feeders 425o5GO COAS heifers 225640 calves 725o950 hdgs receipts 13000 5 rnd 10 cent higher 8188 c179G0sheep receipts 45000 steady native 2500430 western 275425 yearlings 130 a 540 lambs native 4505 710 western 475foGS5 CINCINNATI Oct 18 tattle rer efipts 289slow fair nand shim pet 510G25j common 2255 3nO hogs receipts 2140 active strong butchers and shippers 9D ofl40 eommoji 0o9 sheep receipt 283 steady 23i lambs steady quiet 4640i i B4kttPaid up Capital SI 00000 Surplus JgSlQOO Ji LJCIT YOt1R BUSIN S Vc will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all btirtncss entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Casnier T F Philips V Pre J W Poyntcr Asst Cashier orrr V IFARr S fOR SAL r t iPATH XO 50 acres 1vJh miles from Winchester hvo sl iry frame dwellings withi rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobnc cb Ice house and all other outbuild logs large yosing orchard in full mtrfourgrass except 8 Or 10 jircs rCloe to good school Price 0000 millsCroma twostory frame d 8nrooms 2 halls 2 poniics in gofdPlIh dition Barn holds 4 acres of bacco Ice house chicjccn house coal house meal house porn crib J buileliUgIDhic1ed hsllclassrorchard in full healing Close to rood school and churches and in less than a quarter oJt mile froth railroad station W Iall raise good tor es jlFAHry f amc dwelling of 7i rooms 2 porches stock bam tobacco barn got cellar and all outbuildings alljjjn pod condition dlj tIClm11andlivntipn balaijee igrass Within ndhalf mile of good sch otcluipi store and postoffioe and shop Price 0000 FAinr NO 4GO acres 7 milts rom Winchester onequarter nile Yframebarn 4acrc tobacco barn allmncith snr oufljuildings Well with pool well and creek AHIffjfc side fencing good AbouC 15aFf fin cultivation balance in gram Price 0000 i i tndqftdwelling wit 7 rooms 0acfe1 tlhar iitlitiaI t watered Price 5r5 FARM NO G105 aercS mp from Winchester good pilra C dwelling of 7or 8 rooms alhn9 essary outbuilding s 12aerc tW ham niitl Tenant tense11iili Iand watered Plenty of tolUhmim acre acres ism i nac1lingplenty tobacco land NcttI ill i jfas fi Price 50 par oqro y i FARM NO 8 2G aerc 1Ji frrfiii Winchcotof on ffoml flct Ii tbl1ildin l Ttjcy StokebLOffice in fdowney Bidg rBoth Phones r LJ 4r t l 1 zTc w T M THE WINCNESTFR NFtJJS Pane Three SOMETHIN t EW Vile have just received stnrethtulin the way of Christmas cards They arc the very la st imported ideas and must be seen to be appreciated Order now as they have tc be mad it IngKnd to your order a See the samples in our vindowi1 C H BOWES Ja vleorPatc1a 29 S Main St iVlHCttESTER KY J fj SOCIETY 3 i Mrs Eubank Entertains t Mrs W Z Eubank entertained the tForeign and Ladies Home Mission tfiry Societies Tuesday withaa dining he ladies were met at Indian Field with two hay wagons and wore tak i1 to0il Springs the beautiful home Of Mrs Eubank devotiona1lvas served in the large hunk room JPhc ladies presented Mrs Eubruk with a beautiful silver baking dish Those present were Mesdames Byrd Hodgkin Parker Dudley Chas Attersull Wood Chas Finncll Gil bert Hag ud AYilliams Baucuin Kohlhass John OdenJim Curtis R 0 Venable Geo Iron Curry John Keyes Chris Brawn Wright Ti crt IT V Thompson and daughter Will Gamqr Labe Cockrell Jim Ilisle mullMrsjElrench Clara and Lucy Benton Nau Parrish Mr and Mrs Chandlei daughter Elizabeth 1 Six OClock Dinner R D Ramsey was hostess a six oclock dinner on TUl5da- yICDIugm honor of Mr and Mrs and Miss Ruth foal returned fromub1Ou1I oeeasron was all present Mrs Ramseys guests Hvcre Mr and Mrs Sam Powell l1rlandu Order of Eastern Sfarj The Winchester Chapter order or- t ic Eastern Stra will meat at tlw1 Fraternity Building Friday evening at 7 oclock sharp to elect delegates to the Grand Chapter that meets at Frankfort next week Full attend nee is requested i Mr and JMrs John Ilardwiekand children full Miss Gertrude Grigsby eck11l1rsis rey Prof and Mrs Bosley anti Mrs Band Benton composed an auto party which attended Talbotl Gaitskill wedding at Austcrlitz Miss Grace Phillip has accepted a positaon with the Kress store Mr und Mrs W G Douglass and little daughter Sarah Foeney have gone to housekeeping in the residence owned by Mrs D W Bayless on Pitch avenue Miss Myrtie Todd of the county spent Sunday with friends in this city Miss Winnifred Ilisle spent Sunday 1 with her aunt Mrs John R Bush in the county Mr and Mrs W Z Iiurirardof Flanagan street will leave Tuesdiv tu spend till wintcijJ the South Miss 1iiiy Day of Hazel Green md Mi Mary Bruce Jones of Mt Sterling Ire charming guests of Miss Gulden Diy Mr lay Haggard left Tuesday Im Old lioina Mrs 1f Gibson of Athens is visiting Mr md Mrs J W Porter Miss Mary Hisle qf Pilot View viSited Ms Mary Curry recently piss llith heeding of Beatty villa is iiting her sister llrs Fin ley Flanfry Mrs 3 elribblewill leave to penu lice winter in the hOltlYI Mrs Ovppie Simpson Mliion jrneting at Oil Springs dayMr C iL Bowenis in Louisville ti attend ili State Opticians Associa tion an the Grand Lodge of Masons Mi Meyers spent Tuesday in Mt Stci Mr a il Mrs 0 G Hadden have returnee irony a visit in Louisville Mr J Ratlin continues quite ill Mi I J Chandler Mrs George Hon Mu Byrd Hodgkin Mrs 13 A Crut herMrs Ed Canller Mrs John J Tigornd Mrs J N Hisle attended te n e ting of the Home and Foreign Miloinary Societies at Oil SpriH sJfIsday Mr Jcf Rntliff has returned from Sharpsbfur where she has been at the hedii of her brother who has been iu5iVilI Mi 11 Feld left Monday to ac rcpt a poiiion as pianist for a mo GeorgctownII Dr rroviip rs Tshiiuicl this city and Mis Harry Smifli l fin mbtilmotored to Lexiii1 oit SiuuliiiSii Mi W l retiuned W1I hillt YOliQ g called erc 1011 MrsW H Yonns- Mr r thin Bowellhnd Dr J C Vauglit aio attending the meeting o the Grand Ldgc of Masons in Lou isXiile Mr Jc4 liaison of Richmond Dent Sunday with luis mother Mrs E M Raton Mrs Zf Elkin will leave thi week spend the winter in Lexing ton with relatives Mrs Gilbert Haggard visited in Lexington hi week Mrsoul Mrs Cliff Haggard are visiting friend and relatives in this cityMiss Nancy Bridgdford of Frankfort i visiting friends in this city Miss IdaWilt is ill at her home on French avenue Miss Kva Jmips is illof tonsililis streetIs i leasey oc t IPOLLEDOATSNEW Quaker at 10c PCkg FerndeU 2 Ib at12c Pckg Macaroni and ShotIi Foulds Domestic5 and lOc PCkg Fausts Domestic 5 and lOc Pckg Prices ImportediZ Pckg All Strictly New and Fres Stock i Buy Where You Gei First Class Goods r The Home of Quality MacNeill Weathers Both Phones No 40 1 r x t i rf 1fI 4 P Clifton a RosstI1 Our line ofISuits Coats Skirts and Waists is now fromjr the pastern Markets Come and see us We have the best line of 2500 Suits ever shown in Winchester We have also the very latest in Silks and Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams Galatia and White Goods Knotair Hose is the best on they market It is guaranteed for six months and will give absolute satisfaction We giveS and H Green Trading Stamps The stamp parlors and our rest room are on the second floor 4t Ui Clifton B Ross ttfthe Eastern Kentucky Normal school at Riphmondr iarMrs J S Napierof Paris three children are visiting her andI Mrs W JL Ilorine of J18 Main street Mrs C B Finnell arrived from Virginia to spend ti few days before going Soutli with her husband Mr C B Finnell ittho will arrive Thursday evening Mrs T C Ilardusty arrived Thurs day from Cincinnati for a short visit Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days be tore the penalty is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect alt of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 10lotf AUDITORIUM THEATRE A nice box of candy will be given to each child that purchases a ticket at the mrtinee Saturday afternoon at 2HO p in 10lS4t NEW BAKERYt We will start a new bakery at No- East Broadway and will furnish the freshest and bet bread cakes pies and everything to be found in a firstclass bakery We have had large experience Will guarantee satisfaction and solicit the patronage of the public Will deliver goods to all parts of the city on short notice Both phones No 342 The E R Bakery Company 1018tf ISeasonable ARSENIC POISONING The Torture That Ersues Before in suf ReliefIhas disorder been and perhaps nausea result In the course of an hour after a poisonous dose has boon taken an intense hurn ing pain is felt in the esophagus and stomach This spreads to the entire anterior portion of tlie lower part of the trunk A sense of constriction at the throat and an acrid metallic taste accompany the pain Then vomiting and relaxation of he hovels begin As the case progresses till symptoms iIthirstthough it apparently iixrcasos till stomiuh disturbance The victim groans and writhes Now he implores the doctor to sage him Then he begs to bo killed and putout of pain The extremities become frlIqnpntabdominal tenderness The surface of the body becomes lark and of that bluish color that medical men call anosed Violent cramps add their tor ture exhaustion becomes collapse con vulsions or coma ensues and death ends the agony The torture lasts sometimes from five to twenty hours In some cases these symptoms occur but in a modified form and the doctor will apparently get the better of the disease The remission will be but for a day or two Then the abdomen will swell and icy coldness will pervade the frame Shivering will become pro nounced trembling then cmnips con vulsions mill death ITS THE WORLDS BEST No one has ever made a salve oint ment or balm to comnare with Buck Ions Arnica Salve Its the one per New Autu Styles mnIor Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and son Setst Bald viI1 I3rosSign of Big Wathi54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY r feet healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sore Chapped Hands or Sprains its supreme Infallible fur Piles Only 2oc at all druggists r MR WIlliAM H sllutiIi Americas foremost pianist one of the worlds mot eminent musicians noted computer and concert boluUt who will appear at the Kentucky Weslevan College ii October in ra musical lecture in the afternoon anda epert in the jvenjng Mr SluUiKii viil be iCQpinpamfd ry Miss Virginia Listenmun a notedso prmo oloist IIt iotTcz i r R r SCOBEE G SON CO t LUMBERRough and Dressed SASH DOORS ANDNDSxSHIN LESjgp CAREY ROOFINGthe best that can be bought RUBBER ROOrINJGas good as any Nome Phone 97 East ion Phone 147 winf4t m fR rcF Read The NeVVs a SAMPLE PAJIRS Of Ladies Shoes displayed in our window worth X350 to 490 Our Price 298 A money saving proposition at the time you need them s- MASSW The Shoe Man vI It a 4 Ir i rw V n iL t i I1 4i1 o THE WINCHESTER NEWS i DODGE W firsArthur lisllaftroltinchestcr f Tierlyaii Jirc lUJhot ei up tit 3inttigestcfilil iff lIr and alrsrPrtt jcnrtl11 Tim rnltbloken parent Ii IIicartfeltmpat1jh iled Mill visited her sister Mrs5lru Wills the pNtCkt LilUeally EJlen Wil5 it un hc sick list Mr andMi John Mastin visited Sattirdi13antirMr aiul Mrk Clay CombS visited Willas FMr and Mrs Jones and two cjlfildrcn uhcnilctltJie trots at Lex rJgton Wclii f Mr Bert Qmsnbcrry was the rrdfiiciitb1 FOX r j plIaial4Jift idsstetand Mrs James JL Thomson Cliff Hoone who has been in flin Io tm2 Iifor the past year returned JnsHv ekihc says to spcmKthe bal aqce oi tisJlre in iventucixy Gli t of Wihuircster hnytutobtccQt1djjt fbr frijm 101 ro 1icriifs IlJcJr Evcrinan well t Sunday h iideMr John Pearsall of Fayette coun ty is in this neighborhood visiting relatives and friends Mr Pea ill is one pfthe ofd time gentlemen that vile jikfcs to meet Jjimes PoarhaS been beyond Win che4fer the past week cutting cow i8111 drilling in theta for Mr SamJett We congnitulate Squire Ed Kis scugei and liis inqst estimable wife on their reelection for the sixth year as keeper of theco BLOOMINGDALE farm MJ James Abner sold to Mr Tom Osborne one aged mare for 38 John Gamboe and Villin in Adams attended court at Mt Sterling Mon day John Kaiiiey sold to Winchester jailics 12 fat shoats for 8j4 cents per pound 1tqtl1lgLJm attcl t eanl ed The burial of IittleNelhe Cooper Sunday at the Brock graveyard Mr Mnfwo KPJIV Willirni Adnms nm11lIissQambocs family Wdnesdtiy Mr Tom Adams and Mis JotHaggard and daughter Miss Kate were the pleasrnt guests of Mr Johi Gamboes family Thursday LITTLE STONER Mrs Nannie McKinncy nnl Mis Serena Bradley spent Tuesday with Mrs C T Ecton Mrs Ray Btirghciau little daugh ter Eunice and Mrs Juliu Hiley were the pleasant guests of the latters sister Mrs Jim Breeze in Winches ter last Saturday and1 Sunday Miss Hatty Crow of Hardwick Creek is visiting relatives at ibis place this week lfr and Mrs Evcret Burgher and son Shirley returned home Monday from a weeks visit with relatives and friends at Clay City Mrs 0 P Wills went to Thompr Son Station Friday to be nrescnt at the birthday celebration of diet daughter Mrs James Sumpter it be big her 10th birthday Quite a num ber of other relatives of the popular deIIighrs as tucir guesjsslnfttrSuijdav Mr and Irs Ramsey and son Johnnie K and sister Miss Bettie Ramsey irrnrl Mrs Albert Tanner of Win NE of our iriipqrtant Duties intthis community isto 1 point it out to our fellow citizens the way tj spend their clothesmoney to lest advantage The reason we 1litellt IIHart Schaffner Marx allwool perfectly tailored clothes is not simply because l we have them to sell but because we really think theyreT best for you and thats the reason we have them to sell 7 Its fine when amarior a business concern can do V llt f the greatest good by doing its neighbors the J greatest t goodHart Schaffner= Marx G10thS Suits 20to 30 4 Overcoats 1650 to 30 a L t VIC BLOOMFIELD i CO t WII1c11eSteI Ky r frJ Steam seieiice st i When only sailing vessels coursed the seas 1 meant get the most out the wind Did you ever stop to think that a- DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGE bab1es most J j The rotating high neck adjustible air mixers drilled scientific construction and arrangemerit of oven triple walls with dead airspaces are the features i that give the housewife great opportunity to cook a lot with little gas Remember that the importance of is that it is not the cost but the mainten ance cost that determines the of a gas range I A great gas the DETRIOT JEVVjELsoon foriitselL i Begin Today See Them At h1 Chester Misses Agnes and Laura Bradley JACKSON FERRYI Bom October 8 Earl Billiter a Mr P A gil1Itsome lambs to and cents a JuulldIMr Jas Chism bought a calfof Mr Richard Thompson for X13and one of W C Gaines for 20 Mr Theo Thompson rifeand children visited the foirmerV par ents recently Misses Sadie and OHie Thomas of Ruckerville were pleasant guests of Mollie anti Lena Gravett Saturday eight Loiila surd Patsy Woosjey spout Sinidaywith Mr Win and family tUV 50 CENTS a TS ALL IT COSTS TO GET RID OF INDIGESTION AH stomachmisery will go in live minutes if you will put your faith illI MIrONA stomach tablets which Phillips thinks so well of that PhilI lips Drug Company guarantees them lo cure any stomnch ailment gr inon eyback After UHing MIONA for one short day you will rejoice arid be sincerely tlt tukfitl that at last you have found prescription that acts quickly hurl stomacheneficially Just as soon as you start to take MTONA stomach trlilcts fermcnta ion of fried will be n thing of the past Waterbrash pain in the stom aVh elchinlof gas and heartburn I wit disappear and in a few days danger of dixzinesc biliousiicsjs ner ivousijcss and inioadjiche will van Dish For ser of ear vomiting Curing pre nancy iiafter a night of Laigi FJHII DA1S Of Navigafiontl1e of seamanship is aHibutl seamanship of box for cents and nice box will each child that the Pace and Miss tad were We wish them years and Mrs and Mrs Lnla few with and Mrs near The four and Mrs who have hero very with fever very well this and Mr and Mrs died pith hist three and seven Tier the here old the the have still She lies sod But meet her will Mrs tile sick list BY Mo Oct with last the farm the died Mg tl pI11 f Ilollse wie 66 get a9our 4 burners burners this pjices cheapness saver like pays I Economy i Osborne sickness t JII if Grubbs Bentons Corner Main and Broadway J 50 at Phillips drig gists everywhere AUDITORIUM THEATRE A of candy be given purchases a ticket tt matinee Saturday afternoon at i30 p in 1U1S RUCKERVILLE Mr Ed Katie M Webber eloped married Saturday many of happiness Mr Beady Burton tattle spent a days recently Mr Price Watts Nicholasville children of Mr Rodney Cooper ill tire getting along at writing we hope for speedy recovery Bloomillgaah1hitccl Little Nellie Cooper Sunday Little Nellie Gertrude Cooper dauirhter of Rodney Cooper on the of t ohoid fever aged about years months funeral was nreachecl Sunday at church by Brother Lowery burial way in he family lot at Brock graveyard griefstricken family our tleep sympMhy iutiieir great trouble- A precious voice we loved is beneath the we can if we Around the throne of God- 1h ileshlidr is coatittties ill Coif Ruclcer lsoh VORLDS GEATESTFARMER IS KILLED PARALYSIS ST JOSEPH 19 Stricken paralysis Saturday David Rankin operator of largest in world at Tarkio Tuesday y T = t i the to the t I I valves r nlo SMALL FARMS 1 50 acres 3 miles on Paris pike to cut in 4 pieces J212 acres each c Eest land in the County f I See us quick if you want one f J Blue Grass Realty Co k I IIthemostAll Dealers PARKUMERIJ ED PJNAUD EDPINAUD BLDQ iI L N WJy DRKIREACHING THE TOP iii any Cf lliit ofl rllemands a ra ions GOly and een lijrain 1Vith- tiitt health taeresia ButrElectric Bitters JfiletT Health Bhildet ile w r i li 1ecr lmoJ1 rfl t tcl1 of s il1vb033 bQ utifes and cnI 1ji 11 riches the blood tones and t rates the whole system and enabled ofryouisuffering from Kidney Trouble writesY M Sherman of Cuh Me three bottle of ElectriC Bifpfs madCvnie feel liken new man JOe a6nt druggist T w 1IIJlI 1 Jit t J l f t t r J THE WINCHEStER HEWS u panc Five t PILOT VIEW4r Several from tins ncighboiuQod attended tic iunerhl of Mr Lou Stone Sunday at White Hal eluire- hMisJjil Dawsun and family were the guests of Mr 8 A Niblack Sat urday niitt and Sunday Mr Rhodes Eubank sold some hog to Mi floyd Clny Paiqc 8 Iacchts pel pound f Miss Nellie Jones of ISstosulidn hl returned home after a shortvisit at this place lbuit1 Mrs GdQ Title of Ynd uspHlVflfefC the jriicsts of Mr Nerd Saturday until Monday Several from this place jfltidcd ML Sterling court Monday Mr Charley Jones is quite illor typhoid fever at this writing NEW MANAGER IS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS Wo Pay Fcr IVSaysviHe Base Ball Tdanager Unless He Produces Win ning Tchm- IAYSVIULE ICy Oct IOEa waid Maqkcy of Union City Ind selcetedmaltngcr of the Mays viTle base ball club of t1lc Blue Grass LiJajrue lie entcicd into a contract to give this city a successful telju x uct yenn or no pItY FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a large number of pout sufferers whose lunijs are sure aural racked with coughs are urged to g r toanothcr climate But this is costly andnot always sure Theres bet ter way Let Dr Kings New Dis coTvcry cure you at home It cured lie of lung trouble writes W R Nejgon of Calamine 1rktvheii all ele failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Coughs GohlsI L7tiripnc Asthma Croup ill Throat and Lung troubles i0e and 100 Trial bottle free Sold by all druggists 11UtllFOADTIM fABLES IEXINGIQN EASTER RY CO 2L1O8flfRtinnui P M tTigIOll J 225 7 WuSBcsteVj 305 813 L E Jt notion 320 82b Clay City e50 00i Stanton o58 9iO- Cairictob unction 430 938 Ii idgo 943 INntual 1437 956- BeauyviiU Juno 1j10 11037 0 K J mctionj Io05 11115 U Jackson 6 10 1123 jDAilylDailrt lU45 h Noi1 No3l Nuc- ExJ 1ISunl J Gub Jackson 16101220 7 00 0 K Jinc 615 225 705 Athol 640 25 730 Beaitjville Jinc 17 071a 20 754 Torrent 30 341 815 Natural Bridge 745i355l 826 Cainpton Jac 748 357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City S 25 435 902 L E June 900 5 93071 Winchester 912 94i- LrLexington 9551605 J10 2 rUE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS IARE HADE DAILY EX GOT SUN PAY L E Junction Trains Nos 1 raid 3 will mike connections with the L 8 0 Ry for ML Sterling Beattyville Junction Trainn Nos and 4 will male connections with he L L A Rai hay for Beaily ille Ky- Campton Junction Trains Nos 1 J2 3 and 4 win connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers and from Cmpron Ky 0 K Junction Traix Nos 3 tad 4 will connect with the 0 K Hallway for Cancel City Ky and gray stations 3grIUJJJJSVJLLE NASHVILLE Southbound No 37 Cmeiiiaat Kcoxville local arrives 10 1G a za j departs 1019a 33CincintntilacksomiHolIJl1ted o MaysvilleStauford local ParisiiNpt 31CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 IHorthbGund limited 457 a in Mo 10 SnnfWdrnvcv511P lnnnl cctint ut Pars for Cincinnati Ion at 715 leaves at 722 a m KnoxvilleCincinnati lo al arrives 248 departs 253 p m No 32JkulJ af Clnci luau united 558 p All are daily except ou anc 10 which are daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OH10 Eastbaunri I Xo 26 Daily Ex Sun 853 a m No 22 Daily 1210 p vo 28 Daily Fx SUn 6B0 p a o24J Daily 7 910 p VVestboui No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m No 21 Daily 6 8 a m 25 Daily Ex Sun 2icO p ai No 23 Dailv 41 i n m V W Bush S Company 1FORE AtC TOR5V- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE KcELDOWNEY Phone 145 COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days county courts are hell each month in coun tics near Clark county Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Monday Bath Chvingsvillc 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday ondayClarkEstill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2rd Monday 1lordayVMercer Harrousburg 1st Mouthy Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon dayt t Nichola fenit CJv5iT Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo clay Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Wnrulforil Vpr n511p Jilt NFonrlnv IT HOW CAN I LEAVE THEE h i 1 it iirhcr Ffie well known German FolkSongIAs sung in the leading if EUROPEAN MUSIC HALLSl 1 How can I leave theo While I do love thee so Thou art my 1 A ltlcie ists mog lick dann dos8 ich dick las sen lann gab dick von all in allk own F Thou hast this soulof mine L I tmHer zen licbcttS glaze tie mire Du last die See le mein So firmly lockd in thine ghatmy heart eer will bo Thine love a lone It1t j so ganz ge nom men ein doss ick ldtf An dre itch als dick al lI JIs Published by AMERIOA v prjY Co Ne v York k SPUTI IT GROW MORE CflsiSFlCUOUS If you are bo hitiiiur towprry about thatspott rigttloll + he top of yelt licadvvliCTe the istltin or has dishppoared eiitlieh 1 Dont worry any longer dIIa on this earths will Dandruff causes hair to fall and baldness dandruiE jionngjcause dand ruffParisian Sage kills tliagcrms crad icatcs drndruff stops falling hair and iteliinj scalp or money back at Phillips It will cause the hair to grow if the hair root be not QfH1 It causes the hair to grow thicker more luxuriant and puts so much new life into iii tlfri it l rows lus rous and beautiful The girl with the Auburn hair on every package oO cents rt Phillips and druggists cvb v tltoie Mail orders filled by American makers The Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N Y THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this mnehine which is well known for its durability and good work Will be plcrscd to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Willsel either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS News office AUDITORIUM THEATRE A nice box of candy will be given to each child that winchases a ticket t the mctinee Saturday afternoon at 230 p WANTED 10184t FARMS FOR SALE We are having calls every lay for farms of all sizes and prices if yon haVc one you want to sell see or tel ephonu us at once Udicc in MuEl downcy Building bofli phones TRACY STOKrLYI L WINCHESTER ROLLER MIiLS tt l lIIThe oldest and beat institution the county is the Winchester Mills Why not use hcmc fl RollciII best made Kerr perfection nrnSVitnl THE AUDITORIUM Incorporated The only continuous SliQiV Hoiise in the City One performance night ly at S oclock except Saturday when there are two Shows change Monday Wednesday 2nd Friday Nights Two reels of moving1 pictures changed every night WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTSI JOHNA The Original Human Dynamo DiXEN AND MACK Black Face Eccentrics Funny Say ing IFunnyMatinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seat- sBLOOMfiELD RATL FF- PROPRIETORS NOTICE TOGITV i TH PAYERS irJllie city taxes have been past due sniQe July 1 Those owing taxes will please call and settle at once and avoid the penalty which takes effect November 1 I will be in my office in the Clark County National Bank building each eveninir until 9 p m beginning October 3 391Q JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collector fIBOtf rPEBDLETON RUSH BUSH Attsrneys at Lw 5th Floor McEldoTney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law yBuildiJt Winchester frv I lM STEVEHSON Attorney at Lav iDS RSain St Winchester Ky P Classified Advertisements lc a word for a slngu inserticr 2c a wurd tor three consecutive In serlicns y2c a word fer each additional sertion IGo a word per month Spattered insertions tc per word per- insertion fiothlng inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged or cooks for less than 25 pents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are having calls every day for farms of all sizes and prices if you have one you wuat to sell see or telephone us at once Ollicc in McEl downey Building both phones For Insurance oa Your Tobacco Office in McEIdowney Buillding limo Phone 728 EiSt Teriri 26 Insure In- STROTHEltS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bids Phone iSr FOR SALE City property two story dwelling 8 rooms gas stable Apply to G n Fox Heal Es BuildingIFOR RENTTwo nice rooms fo BoonIFOR SALE Northern seed J Ji Martin Coal and Supply Con piny utf WANTED A situation as nurse tot an infant or to care for small chil- drcn as companion or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Horn phono tar J 041 mo J 2 There is a flow rot Call d the For get me not Wear that flowr 3 Wore I a bird love Swift ly Id homeward fly No Falcon 2 Blau 79 das Blunt a kin das Jieisst Per jissnichimem Das Blumlein 3 War ick rein g eloin WotlC icli bald lei disein Scheut Folk und near thy heart Ev or for me Should hope and flow er die boldshould stay dartJgleichHa Still sweet ly blest were I Paitll in each oth ers love Our bliss should be Pierce my de voted heart Neath thy fond gaze to die Painless would be Wig slid an Lie le reich Dean die slirlt nie in mir das glaze bemi 4 Fiel ich in dei nen Schoss iSalfst du mick traurig an Gcrn sliirtf ich dann n IHow Can I Leave Thee 2 pp2d p r v k f t i 1 tit OjUIinformation a to its wheroabonrs will be suitably rewaided Win chester Holler Mills J1LSLf FOR SALE Young gentlemans dyers suit Apply Mcruditha tailor shop aOl2i FOR RENT Cottage on corner of Vine and Washington streets Ap ply Mrs J C Daugherty 20i Hast 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brick Cl1rkitjitinpr H12 DONT BUY A JI RUN AB OUT Until you have seen m r the New Model 14r Buick at 60000 a Callatthe Winchester JGafagfc and fullblpartt jlius y t w r I I Y2 p = I y Page Six I = m rTHE WINCHESTER NEWS 1i A BIT OF DIPLOMACY An English Official Who Outwit ted a Frenun Admiral HOW PERIM ISLAND WAS JONi The Interesting Story That Is Told by a White House on the Foreshore of the Arabian Cot at the Scuthern Entrance to the Red Sea On the foreshore of the Arabian J1Idehlaton cerning which the travelers to the far east may hear a curious story In the middle of the nineteenth century when M de Lesseps after many diffi culties had successfully floated the Suez Canal company the governor of the British port of Aden about 100 miles distant was surprised one morning by the visit of a French squadron of very unusual sire for that part of the orient which having encountered ii terrific storm off Sokotra had put In for repairs Iwastion of so large a command a curiosity which increased as he found it impos sible to extract army further information from the French admiral or his officers beyond the statement that they were upon an ordinary cruise an explanation which the former was not the least inclined to believe Firm In the belief therefore that some political move of great importance was afloat if not afoot the gov eruor in order first of all to gain time gave orders to go very tortoiselike on the repairs and then set to work to tale the Frenchmen off their guard by giving a succession cf such entertain ments as both his slender means and the awful barrenness of the place would afford But though at the end of two weeks the French and British officers had got upon the best of terms the immediate destination of the French squadron remained as much of a mystery to the governor of Aden as before and In spite of all possible delay the re pairs were nearly completed Now it happened that the wife of the governor possessed an Irish maid who had been receiving attentions from one of the French petty officers attentions which the girl did not regard seriously It occurred to the gov ernor that by such means something might be learned of his unexpected visitors plans and a private conversation between the governors wife and her maid resulted iu another between the latter and her French ad mlrer by which It was discovered that Perim island was the objective pointAt this information the governor opened his eyes wide indeed for if the Suez canal were cut through re rim as commanding the southern en trance to the lied sea in the middle of the strait of Babel landeb would be a place of great strategic impor tance over which without doubt it was She intention of the French ad 3t miral to hoistvthe tricolor Secretly giving Orders therefore for a gunboat to immediately embark a detachment of soldiers and steal away in the night for leriui Island tlie gov ernor treu announced a farewell ban quet and bull for the day but one fol lowing a final act of courtesy with which the French admiral would willingly have dispensed for he was anx ious to sail but which he could not well refuse on account of the use he thad made of the British supplies and machinery at Aden So the dinner and in course came off tile oeruor dueI high spirits because In the meantime he had received the news of the occu pation of Perim which under the cir umstanceu would surely be followed by the longed for promotion and the French admiral was equally happy for he hoped on the morrow to add the same important little speck of land to the dominion of his own country thereby covering fiis breast with the stars and himself with maritime glory Next day after an Interchange cordial farewells the French ofI sailed away to an apparently uul destination until when clear of the land the course was laid full speed rect for Perim island Then what were the dismay and dis appointment of the French admiral and his officers when on coming in sight of their destination they beheld the British flag flying and a company of soldiers drawn up to give tuem a proper salute It Is said the French admiral was so mortified at being thus outwitted that Ill first hung his cocked hat overboard and then followed it himself into the sea Be this as it may as Perim was clearly already occupied by the Brit ish the trimly counter move which the French could make was to take pos session of a strip of the foreshore ou the opposite Arabian coast where they built the fortified white house In question but as the place was entirely at the mercy of the guns on Perim land It was shortly abandoned to remain to this day as a monument of a French admirals undoing Exchange In Honor of Minerva The most notable festival at Athenss was In honor of Minerva All classes of citizens on this particular day marched in procession The oldest went first then the young men then the children the young women the matrons and the people of the lower orders The most prominent object In time parade was n ship pibpelled by hidden machinery ard beating nt Its masthead the sacred bnuKr ot the goddess a i iOLD TIME PUNISHMENT Agony of a Day In the Stocks For Fit of Bad Temper A record on tilt in fie library of con jrnss rniitains an itecuuut of the ad ventures of a certain Hubbard whoa n sentenced In Hoslon to the stocks for having Indulged in an uu warrant HarpersIhim those leering looks that only a fat pig ran bestow A dog followed sniffing at the prisoners feet and making realIing to tit very top of the stocks crowed his derision upon the victim below and presently a rough fellow after indulging In ugly taunts threw at him fetid toadstools nod a dead an Indian appeared who In a drunken rage stimulated by some fancied injury rushed at Onboard with a tomahawk probably intending noth ing worse however than to give him a severe fright which he certainly suc ceeded in doing Help came from an unexpected quarter for at that moment an old bull ntI a chargeAlarmed in his turn the savage dashed off The bull made a dash at the stocks and carried away the cor ner post but without even grazing the object of his apparent wrath Whether he was disgusted by the little he had accomplished or his animosity was thus satisfied he started off bellowingI and slinking his head much lief of the said Hubbard And then the unfortunate man was left in comparative peace to his own meditations and the cutting sleet of a November day A COURSE OF DINNERS It Includes Roasted Peas as a Substi tute For Coffee In a little book called The Econom ical Housekeeper published about the year 1840 there is given on one page A Course of Dinners For a Week At the time of its publication the little proedIby the authors preface to the second revised edition She says Encouraged by the very favorable reception that our humble labors have met In the rapid sale of the first edi tion of 1500 copies in about fifteen weeks and the demand still continuing we have improved the time by en deavoring to make the present edition more worthy of patronage if possible than the first- Therefore it is probable that the course of dinners which follows was considered admirable at that time Monday Tea coffee or cocoa with mincemeat bread and butter In win ter bread and mill in summer TuesdayBoiled dish with apple dumplings IVednesdarRoasted or baked meat with bread pudding- ThursdayBroiled steak or fresh fish with baked rice pudding Friday Baked beaus with baked Indian pudding SaturdaySalt codfish boiled with apple pie Sunday Morning hashed fish mind coffee noon bread and butter cheese pie doughnuts It Is a suggestive paragraph which appearson the same page Peas roasted and ground are an excellent substitute for coffee and you wnild baqdly know which is best = Youths Companion Value oftho Kahgaroos Tail So important is time kangaroos tall in his rapid progress that experienced hunters with guns are accustomed to lire at the poiivt tvherettIlls appendage beinglismtbledanimal is as effectually sjopped as if exceptIrange the kangaroo is pretty likely get off One peculiarity of the kangaroo Is that after being started uphe very rarely swerves from his course through which peculiarity he is easily potted by hunters who conceal themselves while a man on horseback drives the herd toward them Insect Wonders Nothing can exceed the perfection of the minutest puns of the insect or aniation in general The finest strand a spiders web which can scarcely hg seen is said to be com posed ofno less han 4000 threads On a single wiug of a butterfly havo been found limOOii scales and on that of a silkworm moth JonIIOI each of these minute scales being a marvel of beauty and completeness in itself So thin are the wings of many insects that HOuuii plated over eaih other would only he a quarter of an Inch thick and yet thin as they are each Is double Puzzled Tommy Pa said Tommy my Sunday school teacher says if Im good Ill go to heaven Well what about It said his pa Well you said If was go il Id go to the circus Now want to know whos fibbing you or hetLippimi cotts The Similarity Lucky at cards unlucky at love quoted the wise guy Well either Is simply a case of holding hands said the simple mug Philadelphia Record To encourage talent Is to create It Lessjng rAN IMPOSTORS TR10K The Cheerful Liar That Made a Fool of the Grand Monarch Louis XIV was taken In once in a most humiliating way and by an liu postor whose only art was lying InI1007 just after he had returned oue of his most dazzling military suc cesses against the Dutch Louis Ie Grand received word that an embassy from Iersia had just lauded at Marseilles en route to the French court to bring salutations and presents from the shah Pleased that his fame should actually have run around the world he sent word that all the towns on the way from Marseilles to Paris should fete the ambassador As a result the journey to Paris was a march of triumph Children sang and flowers were strewn along the way Arrived at Paris several regi ments of the Swiss guard met the shahs representative and escorted him to a magnificent suit in the old palace of the Tuileries Louis sent no less a person than the Due de Richelieu to welcome the potentate and invite him out to Versailles to a special reception in the hall of mirrors Tie ambassador presented himself as II tea Boy of the Persian court and after showing his credentials ad vanced to kiss the hand of Louis lo Grand and give him the shahs con gratualtions on his recent victories A caravan of presents from his im perial sovereign were on their way and would arrive in Paris in a few days said the ambassador Festivals followed at Versailles The hey received magnificent presents from Louis and royal entertainment He lounged gracefully on divans at the French court and smoked ill Persian languor He gave the grand nttmarquo a few fragments of opal and turquoise saying that they came froth a Persian district bordering on the Caspian sea The woods there were full of them he explained and he offered to divide with France had planted the French flag there already as it were At last the day came for the formal presentation of the shahs gifts and on that morning early Rlza Bey into space He was never meltedI heard of again He had as said gone glimmering through the dream of things that were The gems that he had left were worth if anything about 15 cents apiece being glassNew York Tribune THE JURY DISAGREED A Fine Point In Equity That Never Was Decided An old time story of the points of law and equity which arose in car rying out an amicable contract is told In the Philadelphia Record There were four brothers who had inherited a storage warehouse from their father IIe had divided the propertyequally among them Amdiig the dppurtenances was a cat a Hue animal excellent for mousing This too was divided the eldest brother owning the right front quarter the second brother th6 left front quarter and the younger brothers the two hind quarters Now unfortunately the cat in one ot its nocturnal prowls injured the right front paw and time eldest brother attended to that portion of his property by binding the injured member with a greased rag The cat thankful for this relief to Its sufferings went to sleep content edly before the fire but in the midst of its slumbers a falling coal ignited the rag and the animal howling with agony dashed through the warehouse and coming in contact with some com bustibles set the building on fire When the loss came to be figured out the three younger brothers wished to throw it all upon the eldest on the ground that had he not tied up his part of the cat with time inflammable rag the building woud nut have been destroyed lIe on the contrary contended that had the cat only heed possessed of the front right paw his property it would have stood still mild burned to death It was the three other paws that caused the damage The brothers argued the case until they died but they never reached an agreement What Should She Say I tell you little wife you cant imagine how lonesome am when I am separated from you You are the best little woman in the world so different from Driggs uagging and scold ing wife You know that a man must get ahead in tit world and be free to give his business his full attention My little girl isnt of the suspicious doubting kind is she Why dearest this very night I ought to go down to the club Brown of Brown Kalibo Co is In town Theyre among our best customers Ought to know him socially hadnt But unless you In sist my little sweetheart wife I wont go It may mean a loss to the firm but Ill stay with my precious Well now what can a woman do Chicago Journal Unpleasant to Have Around Are you still engaged to Mr 0 I broke It off last week was afraid to marry him He knows too much I gave him some ribbon to match lIe found It In the first store he went to and he bought it for 2 cents below the regular price The Barrier BloblisNo t shall never marry SlobbsBut you dont seem like a wo man hater In fut you seem very fond of the fair SEX Blobhs Yes and ftalk In my leeplExchange Lenity Is a part of Jlerry but she must not sprnc too loud tot fear of waking Justice Joubort We sell l Ceiling F1001ioI Siding vw- 1I We Sell Roughand Dressed Framing I We sel- lSheating I We sel- lTobacco Hogsheads 3 RIGHT HAND RULE tThe Way It Is Applied In Driving Ann t In Navigation Londons drivers sitting on the rig lt- smeof the drivers seat turn to iiie deft Why In order that looking down at the right side of the vehicle they may gauge to a fraction of an inch the hubs of a vehicle meeting them In the United States the trivet still preserves the right side of the seat and in turning to the right of the roadway has the least knowledge cf where his hubs may be in passing But In international navigation right hand rules always obtain thlI the narrow channel winding Into port where the extremest of emphasis is laid upon the vessel keeping to starboard no matter how many crooks and turns and loops the channel make This was Illustrated In a collision on the Whangpoo river in China when the Pekin and the Normandie collided The Normaudie was descending the stream keeping to starboard The Pekin was ascending the channel keeping to its starboard At a shun turn in the channel the two boats collided The Pcl Ins master that owing to the sharp dlchuldI river It was a crossing case the Normandie was to blame In the house of lords however it was held that the right of any channel of any degree of sinuosity lay at the right of the channels center that therefore when time Pckin failed to observe the rule In the sharp bend and cut across It became an offender against the law and must pay dam ages Chicago Tribune EYE OF THE CAMERA The Picture It Bro ght From Out a Dark Cavern Dr Francis Clark told an interesting story of a youth living in Maine who was out in the woods one day taking photograpbs of attractive bits of scen ery He came upon the mouth of a lit tle cavern between the rocks anti he said to himself I will see what sort of picture 1 can get out of that cave and its it was a dark day he decided to take a tulle exposure in stead of a snapshot Steadying the camera upon his knee as well as he could at the edge of the cave he gave the sensitive plate a long deliberate look at time semidarkness within Then he continued his tramp through the woods and after a few hours returned to his camp Several weeks afterward when de veloping his plates you can imagine his astonishment to see in the picture in the very center of the cavern with arched back and bristling fur and within springing distance of the spot where he had balanced his camera a huge Canada lynx that might easily have destroyed his life And yet he came and went and saw no signs of danger Christian Herald How poor Eve ever managed to dress without a mirror the devil only knows r J We Solicit Your Business in Our Line We se- llINTERIOR FINISH J Of The Best Kiln Dried WoodU I Consider This Advertisement A Special Invitation I A request That You Call and G t Acquainted With the McCormick Lumber I i EXAMINE OUR GRADS See Whats What Before You Bu The B lumbJrCoJIncorporated WE HAVE THE ONLY DRY KILN IN YOUR CITY = i l fII We Sell THE ENTIRE HOUSE BILL When You Need Us Call Phone 240 and You Will Get Prompt Service Ask Us For Prices Before You Buy a TO CLOSE ON SUNDAYS I desire to inform all of my 11181 tonibivsiS pleii come niidjget their hincs on Saturday All barber shop close SattirdrWniatf Ut 12 pc maiul dont open till Monday morning L D Partridge shiner at Winchester Shaving Parlor ALL YOUR STOMACH TROUBLE VANISUES Indigestion Gas Heartburn and Dy spepsia Go and Ycu Will Feel Fine in Five MinutesI As there is often some one in your family who suffers an attack of Indi gestion or some form of Stomach trouble why dont you keep some Diapepsin in the anise hnnty This harmless blessing will digest anything YOUrclleatwitIHjut the slightest discQm tijuid overcome soul gassy Stomach l11mllinttte4 af ter Peiyour pharmacist t to let you read the formula plainly printed on these jcent cases of PnI1C s Din pepsin then you will readily see why it makes Indigestion Sour Stomach Heartburn Hill other distress go in live minutes maul relieves at once such miseries as Belching of Gas Eructations of sour undigested food Nausea ITeadaelies Dixzincss Con stipation and other Stomach disor dersSome folks have tried so long to find relief from Indigestion and Dy spepsia or an outoforder stomach with the common evcryday cures advertised that they have about made up their mind that they have something else wrong or believe theirs is a en so of Nervousness Gastritis tVe si- nMouldings 1 I We sel- lBoxing No Order Too Large or Too Small 1 For Us I We selliTo- bacca Hogsheads J Catarrh of the Stomach or Cancer This no doubt is a serious lilL take Your real rouble is what cat does not liestinte1tl1 it tel 4mcnts and sours turns to acid 011 and Stomach poison which putrefy in till digestive tract hud intestines and besides poison the breath with nauseous odor A hearty appetite with thorough digestion and without the slightest discomfort or misery of the Stomach is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Papes Diapcpsin KILLS A MURDERER A merciless murderer is Appcndi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre veining They gently stimulate stom ach liver and bowels preeventiu that clogging drat invites appendi citis curing Constipation Headache drtmZiirists rn tl8 Clark Countyttr tdIfJi1io w CoffipallyINCl1RPOi r We are more thorughly oequipped than any plant in Kentucky to construct and repair all kinds and conditions of roads tJJ public or private streets or alleys ir Crushed and building stone always on saleConcrete side wall laid economically and satisfaction guarant- eedGive DiKa Trialf