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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r7 SLastEdition VOLUME 5 NO 4 KENTUCKY OCTOBER 20 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK lITTLE IS GUlLTY Arrested For Killing of Matt Craw ford in Breathitt and Wife Con Jesses to the Facts 20CharlesLittleMatt Crawford- It is said that Little in company with his wife went to the home of Joe Combs Tuesday night at the hour of 11 p m and borrowed Combs Winchester gun and told Combs family that he was going to Crawfords to get some whiskey and said that if Crawford did not let him clove the whiskey he would kill him thedistilleryards of the door of the building wjierc Crawford was killed says that lie was awakened just before the killing occurred and that he saw the parties who did the killing and that- he recognized Little as the man who committed the crime Little was accompanied by his wife and when Crawford refused to let him have the whiskey tie flew into a rage and killed Crawford Crawford was found lying near the front door of his business house in his night clothes with several bullet wounds in his body Ibis pistolwas found lying near his body and it had been shot cmptyIt is believed that the person who did the killing after Crawford had been killed took his pistol and shot it empty and then tilirew it down near the body to leave the impression that it was suicide or flinfc Vln1 bee jttt He 1 i oufl in n eMii In tJ o niug While the facts were being developed qnel a warra ltas s vgrn 01t at9RIf his wife and chi dren iI a tvo d T1911fPfollowed und returned to town Little and Uis wife are now both in custody He refuses to make any sMiements Circumstances are so strong against him that most everyone is of opinion Jlfat he did the kill ing and tat his wife wap with himI an1was pfsmmtat dee was done d IYII 1 Matt Crawford was one oi lie best business men in this county nd was a member of one of the largest and best known families in this section- o fthe State Excitement over the killing is great and it is impossible at this time to predict what will de velop before night Little Did the Killing LATER It developed on the in quest before the coroners jury thai Charles Little is the right man accused of the killing of Matt Crawford just above town Tuesday night Little denies it but his wife cd uits being with him and says that her husband did the killing She say that they tentthere after KvhtslvcV and that Crawford refused to JetJief husband have the whiskey he want ed but gave him one drink After that she says they became involved in a quarrel over the whiskey and and that her husband shot and killed was stripped and examined and it was found that he was shot through the thigh Little has nothing to say He does not attempt to say where he received the wound in his tliigh It is believed now that Crawford fired his own pistol in an effort to save his life and that the shot took effect in Littles thigh t Court is in session and Judge Red wine called the grand jury into court at an early hour and instructed them and placed upon them the responsi bility of putting a stop to crime in this county He told them to delve into the facts concerning the crime that have been committed here re cently and ferret out the facts and make indictments and return them in to court against the men guilty In his instruction to the grand jury Judge Redwine took occasion to say to the public generally that there must be no attempt ban one to commit violence against any person charged with the Crime and he said that he any attempt of that kind as vigorously as it was in his power to do He urged that f the law be enforced strictly and said that criminals must be brought to justice WILSON RESIGNS AS- f HEAD OF PRINCETON NEW resig Woodrow Wilson pres ideut of Princeton University it now r f t 1 Fqd l i I II i TEE WINCHESTERNEW S WINCHESTER THURSDAY II MAN fightI 1arrested ihcUipcthc CrawfordLittle wouldsuppress YORKOct20The NnationofDr in the hands of the secretary of the Board of Trustees The Times say that it is understood it will be pre seated to tin trustees and will be accepted Dr Wilson is now run ning for Gov rnor of New Jersey 01 thq Democrat ic ticket and it has been understood some time that he would resigns Dr Wilsons resigna tion is acce ted to atke effect im mediately an an acting president will be appoil ted pending the election of a pennant it president DURU SALE IS POSTPONED Prices Are So Unsatisfactory on the Lexington arket That Tobacco is Withdrawn LEXINGTON Iffy Oct 20Tht Burley Tobacco Society Wednesday withdrew its 1009 pooled crops from the iii 111t developed that tin offeWa buyers for the tobaeci were from i to 7 cents under tin Iexecutiycwhich were about 1 a hundred un der the figurse of last week Wednesday might Messrs Fred Stuey of Ghent and John A Lame of Paris members of the executive committee went to Cincinnati for the purpose of making arrangements foi the storage of the remainder of the 1909 crop or ossibly for its sale ir the Queen City breaks Friends o the Burley SOl ety however have lit tle hope that the buyers will pay am higher prices for the present at least TfrAVas nnhounceaifint the sole liar thathotliiugdisposing of the 1909 ppoled crop until the executive committee Und decided upon some other plan for mar keting the crop QiHy7S hogshead were sold Wednesday arid thejHcon stituted the rejections of a lot for mC1ly sold to the J Reynolds Tobacco Company Tile bids on the lot were accepted No representative of the trust sc faros is known here has attended anv of the sales The 1910 crop wil iOQnjpe ready for the market ii jVri ij i tp ERIEsWORLDS WILL Ft ci i Bfe RESUMED THURSDAY Interest Second Only to a President ial Campaign is Manifested CHICAGO Oct 20Fears that i rainstorm threatened by the United States Weather Bureau would pre vent tins first Western game between the Philadelphia American team am the Chicago Nationals Thursday were tartly allayed Wednesdaynight The weather bureau revised its estimnte made during the day and nssefcts that if any rain falls it will be ain the morning and not sufficient t6 inter fere with the game In spite erf this no hopes ate held out for u continuation oftlie warm iVeather of the first tiw ogiuines A decided drop in the temperature that means discomfort and overcoats foi the spectators is assure With the return of tile twicede feated Nationals rind the arrival eif the victorious American League team IVednesday supporters bf tine wet era men took on a ney hope The teams reached Clucag early in tin afternoon on hn sfcctbns of a special train traveling about ten rain ites apart They mafli the trip from Philadelphia in a little more than 17 hours and cheers rein the crowds gathered at neatly efery station in iicated aninterc tilJl base ballplayers second old 1 a presidential 4 1 campaignLILAC BimiN BLOOM For theitecoiv lir ethis season a lilac bush in the yaffd of Mrs HG Thompson nNrti Main street ie infuliblooin Itetabjush is full f blooms which ere erfect MARE BRINGS 185 MrGiis Hunt sold Thursday morn lag to Messrs lid e Conpanyo f Georgia a nice oui yearold brown mare for 185 FARM AT 5125 PER ACRE Masters Bio m t and Ratliff managers of the Grass Realty Company Wedn s afternoon sold the farm of Jlr arles Scott or the Rucke illcontaining 2E acres to Reza t wberrY for 12 5 per acre S AF fnROilS AFTEII It AINQ t Insurgent Republican Speaks Against Regular Republican at Beatty yule BBATTYVILLB Ky Oct 20 lIonr T Stafford of Paintsville Ky a progressive Republican W II May Democrat and Commonwealths Attorney of the Thirtyfirst Judicial District of Kentucky and Henry S Wood regular Republican of Mt Sterling spoke here Wednesday to a ood sized crowd Both Mr Stafford lad Mr May spoke in the interest jf Mr Byrd and Mr Wood in the nlerest of Mr Langlcy Mr Stafford said he was an insur ent Republican and was in fullsym 5athy with that element of his party hat he was against Langley on ac count of his record in Congress and because of his broken promises to iis constituents Fie made a appeal to the Repablicanllbterstov- ote for Byrd BVrtiferred to Mrl andhspecially to his position as a stand patter Mr Wood was not billed to speak but came in this morning and asked for a division of time whichwas granted His speech consisted mainly of berating Stafford and it is said he was sent here by the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee to offset the influence Mr Staffords lefection might have with the Republican vote SAY SHE wiLL TRY IT AGAIN Wellman and Companions Return to- Ne Vork Pleased Withf Experi ment NEW YORK Oct 20Walter Wellman aneVhis five cdnipauions ware landed here Wedijei ley Hfftlr rionby the steamship Trent which pickedltthgrn npoatsear afterlhoy hadUtbandxinpdilieir dirigiblo balloon America ancU failed in the first at tempt to cross the Atlantic ocean through the air A bruised right hand which Well man carried in a sling was the only physical injury that resulted from their long voyage of about 900 miles and a rescue the like of which is un known to all history None of the aeronauts expressed regret for the loss of the America They agreed that it had served iU purpose and taught its lesson All stand ready to renew the attempt as soon as Wellman and his engineers find a way lo conquer the difficulties that brought tneTryflH trittlJtto ifs thrilling end Mist Tuesday mornitip when 400 miles southeast of Sandy HookStanding on the deck of the Trent clad in the same suit of khaki he wore wheii he and his crew launched the America last Saturday at Atlan tic City Wellman made this state ment We thought we could not get along without the equilibrator Now we find we could not get along with it Our plans for the future are indefin ite until we find something that will do what we thought the equilibrator would do The direct cause of abandoning the America was the exhaustion of the supply of gasoline which1 had to be thrown out to save the ship When the crevf abandoned the balloon only enough was left to last about twenty four hours ME GRANGE TUMjJ- OCTOBER2fr D 26 Moral Uplift of the Farmer ant Strict NonPartisanship Are Feat ures of Organization The date of the Kentucky State Grange meeting which is to be held in Winchester is October 25 and 26 One of the most attractive features of the Grange is that it is strictly nonpartisan and stands for the mor al uplift of its members in all things While the Grange does not teach partisan politics it does impress its members with the responsibility pf citizenship to do lin their 01 power to secure purer politic i to see that the interest of th6 iarm is fairly represented The continued and just demands of the Grange oftsee they were grantetUto him Scarce ly a law has been passed for many years in behalfo the farmer that the Grange was not foremost to champion it and oftentimes the only onp The impress of the Grange on its members has a great influence for betIall things and a Grange is never properly opened or closed that each member does not pay tribute to his Creator HllSi GRAPHIC ORIBERYijDiY Elder Testifies That Senator Gardner Said Corruption Ft nd IotaIeiJ Half Million NE yYORK 0ct20RepresentI ative in Congress Otto G Foelker the man who was earned from his sick bed into the State Senate cham ber to cast the deciding vote for the antiracing bills urged by Governor Hughes took the stand as a witness Wednesday and told the Mcr itt jointr legislative committee the details of an alleged attempt in 1908 by former State Senator Frank J Gardner now and rarrest to buy his Vote Gardner Was called to the stand but refused to testify Robert Elder First Assistant DiStrr t Attorney of Kings County repeated a conversation which he says he had with Gard ner in March last and which had been referred to as a confession Mr Elder did not vouch as of his own knowledge for thcuiruth df what ho repeated but he gave for what it might be worth testimony that in volved more names of men now living rd names of men higher in social and hnsiJleSS and political life coup Jedyjivith the distribution df bTgger sums of money than anythingmy heard in hither the Allds tearing jpi any ofi the previous sessions oftlte present committee of inquiry The narrative created a sensation Briefly it told of a dinner at Delmon icos of prominent men friendly to the race tracks of 500000 subscribed to a corruption fund of the distri bution of this fund to politicians and to well known political correspondents at Albany of the New York news papers and ofthe secret stand ofthe late Senator Patrick McCarren who worked for the passhge of the bill against his own wishes and those of his own associates Elder continuing his testimony said Finally Gardner said II c1onl you that there wasrTi 1Htellinlt mejmiig at which mon r was subscribed He mentioned names of several men who were there including members of the Metrpppli tan Turf Association He said Among the men there that I remem berwas Jas R Keene David Mitchell Mr Parsons Harry Payne Whitney and Charles H Hyde I asked him the total amount of this fund the witness resumed and he saidi01t considerable I told him that I had heard 300000 He said that if I had guessed 500000 I would have been nearer the mark Of this sum he said Senator Grady cot only 4000 and I might imagine what the others got Senator McCnrren he said was angry because he did not have the handling of the fund McCarren wa secretly in favor of the bill he said and wanted to be revenged because he had not been consulted Then came the mention of the press Asked for the names of the men af told to him bv Gardner with the amounts Gardner said they received the witness nerved Patrick tBplihan of hePress 3000 Louis Sepjd o the World 3610 Joseph MqEentree of the Sun 3000 jGeorgeJjindria of the Brooklyn Citizen 3000 George Tyrrell of the Brooklyn Eagle 3000 After Mr Elder finished s testi moray George Tyrrell secretary of Comptroller Pendergast and until January 1 Albany correspondent of the Brooklyn Eagle took the stand and testified that Gardner had paid him 300 at Rl iiiyand that lie had declined it Supply and demand control prices To get better pricetrtiiFCless O f BQ MAN FROM IJQUNTA1NSt Combs of Breathitt Raises Disturbance and is Taken Into Custody S L Combs of Breathitt county wa arrested at the L E depot by officers Boone and Strode Thursday morning Combs was on his way from Berea to Jackson He arrived in this city on the early L N train and before the time for L E train to leave this city he hadJ gotten drunk He was disturbance around the L E depote and the officers were sumomned to arrest him Upon being searched a nice 38automatic Colts the approved model in Breathitt was found in his possession WITNESSES fOR FURIKNER EASE Large Number Go From Clark Coun ty to the Trial at Richmond Thursday Quite a number of Wednesday night and hursdnyt morning for Richmond to in the case bf the Commonealthi Forkner which was set for trial Thursday in the Madison Circuit Court Hon J M Stevenson who is defending Fork also left for Richmond Wfed a Sd1ll nijjhi LAYING NPE FOR SEWERS Contractor is Getting Along Rapidly With Sewerage System Some Troubje With Water cJ f lf The TVoik ori tiie seWerage HystM has progressed rapidly in rifle pttst few days The contractor berth laying tire pipe on Maple street this weld The ditch has been d from the bridge on Maple street to past Pearl street in PoyntersvTllc The work in this end of thb town will be pushed as rapidly us possiblein or der that it will bee ompleted before bad weather Some difficulty has been experienced en Maple street with water that has gotten in the ditch Men have bene constantly pumping to keep the water out in order that the pipe can e put down DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs John McCord The funeral services of Mrs JohnI McCord who died suddenly Tuesday night were flield at the grave in the Winchester cemetery Thursday morn ing at 10 oclock Rev Peeples and- Re Gumming Mrs McCord hud been ill for sev eral weeks with asthma but was onruthe front porch at her residence Tue day night before she was taken sud denly ill with acute indigestionand died at about 10 oclock earlandby three sons IMessrs1lroodsou Charles and J L Following were the pallbearers J B Carroll C B Stewart N A Powell iJ W Poynter R 0 Fitch aiittF H Japksop i f t vt 1iTHE AUDITORIUM Autiorifum I h nesday night and will give one Derformatice tofiigfitSt So lock as Friday tight bring s a new bilL The opening act is John Coughlan an electrical wonder who does various astonishing Stunts with ieVectiricity which makes the audience sit up an gasp His first is the holding ot twc carbons between his teeth thereby completing a circuit and causing a bright licht to blaze in his pope n mouth He then lights up two very attractive Indian clubs with the current passing through his body and closes by an exhibition ofhow crim inols are electrocuted at the Auburn r N Y prison His is indeed a re mairkiSLJe performance Und alone shouldcrowd the theatre The elec tric chair he carries is fashioned ex actly like the chair in use at Auburn and the current used is of practically the mime power as that used itt the prison His work is exactly at variance with all the laws of elec tricity and has no precedence Dixon and Mack who sing some talk some and got all of the dancers skinned that ever appeared at the Auditorium theatre was certainly a hit on the bill The manager was compelled to ring down the curtain in order to save them from exhaust tion as the audience wore them out answering the encores Thi sact is decidedly the best danc act on the road and deserves aJpacked house These two acts connection with two new pictures cant be beat in any house- ABUSES Of IRjNxm Costs the United States Government Millions of Dollars and is Rankly AbusedWASHINGTON Oct 20Post master General Hitchcock aims aablow at the franking privileges of Congressmen so useful in political work by the announcement of his inatention to advocate the substitution special official stamps and stamp envelopes for the various forms franks now used to carry free of postage the vast volume of departmental and congressional mjxil mtaterThe unrestricted manner iu4 vhich the franking privilege is now betng used has aid it open to serious abusrf cs it is said The franking leges costs the Pqstofiice Department several millions annually All special envelopes and stamps for free mail are to be issued on re quisition to the various branches of the Federal Service requiring them and records are to be kept of all of ficial stamp supplies as will enable this department to maintain proper postage adedunt covering the entire volume of free Government nwibfiGvt Asitha first step in the direction ofo tbi9 iiniportant reform thVJVPo5tiH53 telsGcuea h 5 approve trfjcirJ stamp aaid siamped envelope o used instead o ffranks in the free transmission of the official matter resulting from the business of the new postal savings system 0 AREIJ ARMED HUH a1dI For Directors of Illinois Central Serve Them in Suits Involving Millions CHICAGq6ct gprrAtttiriiej Maxwell Edgar accompanied byftvc Deputy Sheriffs created ripples of excitement Wednesday at the anmul mectin thehIllinois Central Railroad by semn subpoenas on the various Director during f every lull in the procedings Edgar who held proxies for 50 shar es was enabledto get into the meeting at which holders representing 784866 shares of stock were presI entThe subpoenas were in a suit for 10000000 damages which Mr Edgar constituting himself an atoniey for the road in the Circuit Court whence filed a praceipe in the case The defendants to the suit are the Directors of the road whom Mr Edgar seeks to hold responsible for alleged financial loss through cite repair graft general mismanage mint and alleged rebating While the two deputies were mak ing things interesting in the meeting half a dozen others guarded exit from the Park Row Building Miv Edgar fearing that sonic of the Dr erectors might attempt =to evfle3src l1 vicjIfThis precaution piowedto be superfluous ARNOLD CROW TUursdday e to Robert E Lee Arnold and Miss Mary Elizabeth Crow The marriage ceremony was performed at the yes idence of the bride in the country in the afternoon by Elder J W Harding All o o candidates are winner s until afferr the election a jr r l ff WEATHER Partly Cloudy Tonight and Friday Much Cooler Tonight O EE6ATEr HAVE R TURNED t Clark County Men Home From At1 tendance at Masonic Meeting in Louisville Messrs Jas A Boone D S Hag gard and J P Winn returned from Louisville Wednesday plight where have been as representatives of the local lodge at the Masonic meet iug Squire J C Richards repre sentative of the Ford lodge Mr W Lisle of the Elkin lodge and Mes Ben Hudson and B F Fox of the Right Angle Lodge also returned to their homes Wednesday night VAUDEVILLE AND MOVING PICTURES 1ar Mtl Pwitt and Hub Bush to- Sht m5 Ail Sntall Kentucky TownsJI Messrs Marshall Prewitt and Huh Bush of this will start out in few days with fheir moving picture vaudeville show They In re purchased their moving picture outfit and are waiting for the film to will show in all the small tonsin Kentuc- kyCOLORED BOY SEEAIISnOSE rSimon Cooper Take Hofs Belonging t to Aaron Chambers and Tries to Sell Him in Paris Simon Cooper a1 small colored boy was caught in Paris Wcdhesfliy in the act of selling a horse he hull stollrfomAahn fermhibcrs 6f this coiihty Ci1Np0rYSiliilij5voitrdFilt ale ithd 11h1 clSlblV5 lieil the farm Chambers had not lInp QJ OtWl i tluttc tmtdOt1et ftluirar tick- rest teas ifla dei tio zrrl ii nJrtl rr Thursday ihociiing Jhiler Jamc Mullins deputy ppHceman ohn1111 lard and Chambers went to Part for the purpose of yelling tile horse and bringing Cooper back to this tilt for trial They lot the horse but the jailer at Paris refusctIto turn authoritiesI KINGSHiP IS ROoSEVEtIS AIM 1a Declares Bryan in His Indiana Speech Ies When Attacking Former Presii dents Policy- INDIANAIOLIS lint Oct 20 William Jennings Bryan spcakiiig here Wednesday nightto an audience of 10000 people made a vigorous attack on the new nationalism creed of Colonel Roosevelt Quoting from Roosevelts explanation in the Outlook Bryan inserted Roosevelts speech at Osawatomie was little less thou a demand for a Kingship He declared that it has cost millions of lives to bullish tine policy that Roosevelt now advocates There is not another man in tlc country who would want such pow er he shill Bryan said that he came here to answer Roosevelts speech fqr BeveridgCt but after reading it he said he was convinced thntr would require onlya fcminutl5 lie said that RooseYelt ignored tiC tiiiiff question Ayjiijr jAs the paramount issue of l everadges cam paign vff The keynote of Bryans address war his strong appeal for the elec tion of Kern to the Senate He con trasted Kerns record with Bever idges Kern he insisted is the real honest progressive who is deserving of supportrBryan twit received with intense enthusiasm here Former Mayor Holtzmau presided over the meeting The experience of many cities over tke census returns renders other S trrxaw indifferent about getting the r s I xt r r iti tt i 7 i1 rl fir f f I 7S I J 1 if viE iC t i e f t 1 J fi d 1 r11 Lalai ftQtt1Y u1 tQ2LJU iJ t 14j n i THE wINJ TfR NEWS t An Indepcnterif N Wfpa r Pub lsl1 d dy HThe Winchester News Cot t Incorporated i Office 509111 South Main Street Wincfiesfef Kentucky Daily Except S dayI Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1008 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of Much 3 1879 r A Ithrf110RtiHti SI SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4 By Mail Daily one year i 300 Six Months 150 OftM ith 25 s Payable in advance- ADVERTISING j RATES V DisplayPer Inch t One time any edition 25 t Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 30- 0fIFour weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week 180 U Four weeks two times a week 120 f Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading ioticesPer Line 1 Business notices body type 7ie Pure reading news heading loo Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate- ClassifiedPer Word insertion any edition If iThree insertions continuously 2c three additional insertions V t One calendar mo continuously 10t Nothing counted less than 10 word No Item chargedon books Pm less1 than 25 ceptsI I THIS PAtfEfc REPRESENTED FORYORfcrtft ADVERTISfNG BY THE u GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIE- StHURSDAfOCTOBEif BBRANCHES 5 201910 4 A NOBLEWOMAN it QI h itfcwIS 1111 mis canTiiy stage At Brown University l4t year while beslbwing the degreIof- Doctor of Letters she was liiilel as author philanthropist mother friend of the slave the prisoner strict i all who suffer silver of the battle4 hymn of freedom I Her life wis cxcoptiuually long and active On her uinticth birtTi day she was able lit say that the deep I er she drank the cup of life the i sweeter it jrrewV p She will doyhtlcss he and lt mfy j say indeed that she should lieniut OSSMXngencnrlly i h tHl1 of The little ltyt1iivfMhefRcpuh tilIe That is niit tt hn t her numerous other wnfings wqimuiwdr i thy of reinemhrauce On 111r coii trary some of them have appreciably enriohcd the reading world Hut t tea t one rinsinjr and resplendent lyric 7 seeing to stand apart in a class of its own Conspicuously above not only i the rest of her works but4also above the great mass of t1rritinj of tliat time it stihfds as the protfuct of hi spiratiori and sin tunrlpotent soireeof inspiration Bhos5 who have heardlhe swinjr anfllj the s1utic of its resounding lines r sung by- an army on the mrtrch oiijhiy a great multitude iniassioiTed i their ear nestnesscan realize somMhing of the spiritual force wInch ithsis exerted 4jupon millions and which it is des illd 1stiH to exert upon jicoplfe engaged in a icat for freedom J Pfcjr ntlqngcii priodihan the aver age lifetime Julia AVard FlowC SI vf Sj r 1 neItiyiff selfishly toward the uflliffiug of hu I inanity Tn the hist generation ofa lifc Avhich comprised the spun tot wereIsymputfaidi mill interests remained ft undiminishcd and the honoi affec- tionJ and reverence in which she was held steadily increased She became all American institution a tyleof American womanhood Arne riccn of humanity and all thb highest ideals of the American personality the WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED American home and the American commonwealth She had lung boon to most poisons ao iaigely a great name and an ciinoblingtrndition fiat her transition from the present to the past will be publicly less felt than merely perceived in the written rec ord though it will serve to place a dual seal irppn a career marked in an exceptional degree byboth prac tical usefulness and spiritual beuty PERRYGRAPHS It is a poor weak creature that can see nothing but good in his own pat ty and ndjhing but evil in the other party 5jj There is inoiiey hi Iicill Cotknmade a hundred thousandjdollars lie ing about his discovery of the North PoleThe 11CCCSS0f the Germans at home and abroad is because their ed ncation is on practical Mlles A Ger man knows how to do things The only people tht niakcj rio inis takes arc the dead ones Wo hoar nothing lint kind w11- rdr Sciiator rolliver Now fit u irt deadw9 hays4spieioit l r o are notsu tzrievcdra they voitkl- 1hr 6 itpata t t One l among the compliments that Knoscvelt should be proudofis hie frenzied fcntagonism arf some news paper editors Sectional lines have been oblitcratr edin an unexpected way SfandjVJ Democrats of theotithtill Hiejlarlff have workadliethe Ivld tlhe largest practical farmer in the world died wiraui thO yast few dry He mvrted 4liirty thousand acre S of good lamP andl managed it all lunisclf Ire inale Ids liivt money a a Common laborer and invested it in cilvcs that grcw to maturity on the ranges Abinlt fifty- veais rgo he went to the extrelpe liorthwcstcrn part of Missouri and bought 10111 when it was very cheap As Mic made more money he bought more land lie 1vuls jt iJe of the JW millionaires agahist whdm tJicre way never a suspicion of graft LINER IN QUARANTINE XRTO JAXEJlt5 Oct 20 = The Hlatement is publi lied in the ncws pnrlers lint the steamer Araguaya from Southampton September 30 ami Lisbon October 3 is in ciuanYntine at hhisport several deatlfrdm chol era having occurred among the cmj grants abroad TO FLOAT BIGLOAN PARIS Ort 2pAn official mile issued Wednesday evening onnrjns the announcement that an agreement has been reached between Turkey nod France for the flotation of 7ilO 000000 lonivin Paris The flute Julds that 1Vaucc has obtained the guar nntccs hiiehshe demanded from Turkey POPULISTS LEFT OFF BALLOT INDIANAPOLIS TndM Oct 20 The Populist party will not have any place on tho official bfrilot in the In diana election this year as their pe tition did not have the required nOO signers Tfe five parties having places onrthc lickrt lhis year are the Republican Democratic Prohi hit ion Socialist and Socialist Labor DEPUTY IS THRD VICTIM 203Deputy d uesday night third victim of the bf t tic in this pity last Friday October 14 when George alias Red John son was that fo aUi Ja posse Detective George Lent2 is not expect ed to iecovcra WHAT SO SOON LTSBQX Oct 20here are him ors ofa Cabinet crisis The Ministers of War Finance land Phb1icI Works it is believed viU LISTENERS NEVER HEAR any roodof themselves is a saying that doesnt go in our case We have heard so many nice things said about our lUmber by experienced builders that we have become used to them Thc ell1u t bcfn rttjp fot tllteel- eomlinlel U tsi l liii1ct tHali Ql Hit lumber will reveal it to you We hear much more aboutcommon Sense thallwesee RED WING MINNESOTA From SunSentinel- A little over a year sinccj ladathe pleasure of being the guest for a day of Red Wing Minn It is located about miles down the Mississippi from St Paul It is a city about the size of Winchester but in public en terprise it lays us far hi the hale A hospital located on one of the cliffs overlooks the river would be r n honor to airy city The public library a tilts building invadditiiio to book had on dxhibitioiri samplis of tlicl towns industries aultlso af Ijiustti rounding country lied Wing has fine common school buildings and among Ihein ohm de voted 1o industrial education tiial cost fifty thousand dollars Italo has a small farm of seven acc where practical agricultural cudfu fion is taiJ ht to the children from the sixth griidc up It is known the Red Wing School Farm and i the uncle pi the community The object of the school farm at Red Wing is not one of research but rather to bring to the chilflrcn a rftical domonstratimi of faruilife poSsibihitiesand pictures 1trllu fall winter and early spying iixoiilfs regular laboratory work is girth fry the agriculturla department Iii the spring the boys and gil rl tri tU1JlanulHlf tl1 dt H which they anrtw phinh cultivate itrw harvest Each plot is eight eigh teen feet iiusi xijd call buplanlcd Jo shell vegetable as art prciVrred A 1nreatvliliety1hetlue rontaloes p as heath cu cumbers cabbage Kidiih leltuco beets carrots acid mcions llihi tuff each eliildu lines is his only to being rtti tIdWh11 it ISll n U ES1T- ODD r 1 VClomertGN vf 0 BROS and buy you some godd shoesV We willxgive you an V extras week Calico worth 6 Iy2c andi Jc this weefcSc f A big line of Comforts Blankets and Underwear of all kinds i f Come to us for all of your needs and ef will t h xlysav r19i t 1Vf TQDDBROS Big DepartmentStore Young Men IM0ST all clothes makers and retail stores of the perfect fit splendid ma andwonderful tailoring of the clothes they make and sell Young men these are mere details There are set rules that all goodmakers know and observe in making a garment fit and tailoring- it right All use materials of equal worth woolens from the same mills In these details the clothing that many good makers prockice IS equally perfect mu sepr klcomes ft JYl Sllartness l aof vidualify Jib two maersat quaL Thef rare no set rules or laws for making Distinctive clotrfes Few makers know how to give these qualities expression on Stein Men9 See Our New Fall Styles in Smart Young Mens Suitsfro Here you find the very latestideas IntlIle from tie Young Mans point of view Here are all the newest Fall shades and richest fabrics Makes no difference if you are partial to browns tans grays or fancy blues we have the patterns to please you 0 Remember these clothes are altogether for Young tMen by makers whose specialty is clothes for YoungMen 0 It is fhevpolipy of this store to give our customers tp best always WN u eh r i taken from the 11Iisye rtlwle farrmIall the rest kins seven of watermelons of pens nine of beans ten of C1- 1bbagenine of tomatoes six of red peppoi fifteenpfcor11 In ilinncsata politick cuts no ice WheuCtlie iufQrests of the people arc at Make The State county and municipal affairs are so well and eco nomically majaged that publie funds have lull ulnfed to Tile point that will be no necessity for levying any taxes 3911 The State is largelyRttpuhlicJirtibut Democratic officials are cletjtcd which it is thought they ore the best miJn COUNTY COURT DAYS st hiQi10un1heAhd fsoii Laivrenceburg I3rd 1Inn1 lay Ran Owingsville 2nd Mq dayI Bourbon Paris 1st Monl1tyIIBoyle DTnyille 3rd Brcrthitt rfhckson 4th 1TonnayI Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday FayetterLaxio ton 2n1 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 day ILincoln Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon Carlisle 2rd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyvillc 2nd oi onday Woodford Vcrpjiilles Oft lrnnrlgy I FvicePrestdcntlis illWear dayNicholas Cisher I n mCR t i Apt I Clark County iiNntiona Bank FbhIl8hAd 1865 Accounts of Merchants farmers and Traders Solicited Ceilection Made on trolntsr Itepitalacrd SubPh15 350 OUOO- OL Appropriateness fitness tone and effectare the qualities you want Young Meri e if youve tile least spark df pride in your clothes Your clothes must fit your figureBut more than this they must fit your personality actually be a part of youl This is principle on which Ederheimer Stein clothes are made They are designed to harmonize with Young Mens ideas and tastes Foolish ext1 ofmyIc smartness These madre your way different clothes than the ordinary di- stinctve clothes I Decide Now Ederheimer Young s Clothes r made twelve Get This Great Football Poster Free at Our Store September 10th to 17th is Poster Weekat our store an event of great interest to all Young Men interested in the collection of choice art posters By special arrangements with Ederheimer Stein Co we have secured limited number of these posters reproduced in six colors from a painting by the artist McFall They are 18x26 inches Full 6f life tijnj 1 and interest Call at our store and get one free VIcBloomlleld cI t rt Tf7ti Win est Ky 7 i t there in RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantees every loadlROYSE 6BOONE Winchester Doth Phones JI u4 r I PepJes State Ban k f ffAlD UP CaPJTAL 10000000 Surplus Funo 2000000 In oUt ijilicijt ilitrry of n fv w year ve have hilt up a busi ness of ve r justly proud We are pleased with orr business because of the volume to iwhich it Las already attained and the prospects for its future bTOP th We are gratified because we have Chtablishcd a reputa Hon for fr r dealing ith our customers and friends And Y- Ctare glad t hat cur customers are in ail parts of the city and cOun ty and tl at ve number our customers among the humblest a ldepositorst to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers lid cordially invite you to make us a visit and icesi- gatebill dUties for doing an uptodate lirtnkiiljg- busitief iJOHN M KOtJGkfW Cushier L 9WN Pi es t B COCKRELL V pres I adT e NeW i4 Ct r pr w t r 4 l l u t THE WINCHESTER NEWSageThree I tSOMETHING rrnl N 1I We have just received someUiing ncv in the way of Christmas cards They are the very latest imported ideas and must be seen to be appreciated 1Order now as they have to be made in England to your order See the samples in our window I C H BOWEN Jewel er orsltiian sad IIS Main St WINCIiSTER KYJJ2914 SOCIETY r Surprise Dinner LevinidytfI1C 1itSnitlt a surprise dinner in Ittmor of her 7ilh birthday The home was beautifully decoral planhmcraidAvlate and large dahlias being xtcnsivcljused as floral adorn jucrits 1 The meluittas perfectly prepared icTchapniiigly served and the affaii Tjas miiwijn by the guests whu v here Mr and llrsA K Lewis littr and Mis George Lewis Mr and 3frs J H Lewis Mr and rsH Bj6wis and infant daughter Bessie Iarg int Mrs Will Martin and tw- onIilliam Jv and Ihun1 c ftf Kichmond Ky nerd llr George Lew JlIty Mallandinaliam Bowdent t S The marriage of Miss Willa Pow flen to Mr Vallandingham was sol mnized at the home of the bride on Maple street Wednesday afternoon at two oclock The decorations were Simple but very effective Little Misses Nancy Allen and Kate Pen dleton carried ribbons and proceed ed the bride and groom to the altar where they were met by Rev Win Gumming and made plan and wife J5 The bride ia lady of lovable char fifcter and popular with every one she highfj h i lair brie fi itigrtuchn f alllnidiii hiii it thet 1ottonltt1jU fOf 1cfrII l hotpeI Mus t Saturday at bridge at hqr home on college street r t rJ Luncheon and Bridge J Mrs S IX Goff will enterhun Fri ny witlfpfPhinclieon laiid bridge ai rlo cPJjIallcetJCil 1 I Mrs CIe1la has jeturned TroiW a feWtrlp to LmnsvillcMt MrvSy31ja3tiJSife able to be out farail1 after n severe illness Mrs Oil Flynn and Miss Goldii jDerry are at Mninmoth Cave spend daysEMi hc and Miss M attic tJBeaif lave returned from a visit tt uaouisville Sir and Mrs Earl Tcmplcman art rccemng congratulations on the ar rivalcif a handsome daughter rs Eo S L Patlihof Ecc rouse is in Winchester to attend tin funeral of her aunt Mrsi John Mc Cord and will be with her sister Mrs IT W Scrivener for several days Mr and Mrs Chas Winn o1 icorgia are visiting M r Whins Lath er Mr Will Kiln Mrs Clittiii laggard of Missouri is visiting her niqtherj Mfe T B Owens Mrs 1 J OilS6n has returned home after I visit with lier father 1 W Porter t Mr and Mrs James Vallanding uun of Ovveiibojo Miss Tipton of Paris MIIJIIP Bc titnil wife S H Allen and wilV tits K M Neale Hanks Ncilc tits Frank A Took Mr oOwen Kiiirles4Miss Lizzie Wall Allen MillfislHipr j MrSi Jesse TnrI ncy of Pri were in Winchester Wednesday to ittend the Vallanding t tlIIlBtlwelllI wcddntjr Miss Host Sharkoy 9r Lexington w s enling11IryacntiQii with hex mother llr11 Sht key on South rain sick Mrs LlTAilainriof Lftxiiyloni visiting her niotheri lvs c P Sbarkey ois Smith1 Maui siVeot1 Mrs Jas P Steel of Lexington formerly Mrs Kebceca Gaitskill is visiting friends in this city Mrs Walter B Worlbington of Maysville is the iieat of Jane Gaits kill Miss Mirgerite Kcnncdyiof Cr isle is the 1totIiss Skinner of this city Mrs Hugh MeGuiic of George town is with her parotitis Mrs J W laitskill of Ml Ster ling and Mr Catlett of Owings ville were the guests of frs Gaits till Wednesdiiv Eifsgii Iivsh911i Gollinsrif Mho V fewIRielt59IIIvtSnili t Mr and Mix W 0 f ponaldson ire visiting in OwauprsvillC- 1Mr n lit lc utl1Cn ttftV Miss Elizabeth have rOtnrncd from a pleas tilt visit to Covii itoit and Cincinnati Mrs James IleiVUitfjjijTrcxingtoii he guest of Mrs tlliJNnll Mrs Clunks Finnell has retunicd rout W Va after a pleasant visit vith ilrs Jnincs Ellis ijMrF 11 C Thomp if anti danghlo Benhthave x al1s lu lIIISS t fteruuun to RCtt1t gu Mvll an family vj OscTtr lainVot Carlisle rfy is visiting Mr md ifis Jos A Trip pie3IrsJos A Tripple and Mrs 0 iur OHm fit Cirlislc spent Wednsc diij in liichtiimid OLEIK TEMPLE A large delegation frjDm this citv rill go to Lexington Saturday tnorn ng to attend the ceremonial session if Oleika Temple The session toil- e held at the Auditorium in tlut city Saturday afternoon at UrlO oclock Following the Cession a banquet will hI held in honor of the srucst ROLLED OATS NEW FALL STOCK JUST RECEIVED Quaker atI lOc Pckg Ferndell2 ib at 12c Pckg r i Macaroni and Spaghetti Foulds Domestic5 and lOc Pckg Fausts Domestic 5 and lOc Pckg Prices Imported12yc Pckg All Strictly New and Fresh StocK Buy Where You Get First Class Goods The Home of Quality 1 MacNeill Weathers Both Phones No40 L Clifton B Ross f lt Gut line af iIfd Ai rJ ttj i SUithOoatsiSkirts 11 I and Waists d ri1 is now complete We have received the very latest tom i flrtjnw a + the Eastern Markets Gome andsee us A We have the best line of 2500 Suits ever shown in Winchester We have also theverj latest in Silks and Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams rn lih tl t Goodsi vii III kj ff tit it it II JI KnotaltrJose is the best on the market It is guaranteed for six moths and wilt give absolute t satisfaction We give Sand H Green TadillgStamps v The stamp parlors andour et room are on the second H fiO rJJ j1is iiIil t 4 Clifton B Ross1 ASKS PATENT Ot fe BUGGY ROBE RACK r n Mr J M Woods of Winchester Has Invented a Very Convenient One Mr J M Woodof this city has just applied for a patent on leis buggy robe rack The rack is one of tlie most complete and convenient pat ents ever gotten up for this purpose It 1Ii arranged that a laiw num her of rugs can be displayed aidai the 5tin e iniq ekes up very Jitlle mom in the sales room Tie ha4 ar ranlgeciwithl the Vinchesier Ijiijnbcr j Manufacturing Company to build the rack and this coihpany isbuilduig Ia ntwnbcr which AviH be ready for sale in a few weeks IBURGLARS COP HER DIAMONDS CANAL DOVER Ohio Oct 2t Jrs Anna Whiteside promineuf lvrichsville woman Vas robhile of diamonds valued at iSOO by burglars who entered her house in brood day Ii Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital SIOOQGC Surplus551001 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS J We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J DY Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier w 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 It Is easy to travelall over the State and other States If you havent our service you should have Call our manager for full information For Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market A number otherjbUSiD Eelon Brosofr921lm eotSON Main St Winchester Ky it110Sj fr tpsr1 i i i wY1 tlLI r IH light when she was spending the af ternoon with a ueteTlbor FINDS H NqTA CITIZEN 1I1IAftcrt gan TownLived in Ohio UAN Ocr t anciC Oct 20A iScott President of the village and snliseqnenlly 1layorwhen ITancoek became a city for seven Scars has hist discovered that he is not a citi yen of the United States and has trade application for naturalization It is probably JhcmrtsfiemarkuUle application fojcitizensliiji cer made tit America lljs prpVions belief that iie was based on the fa1h that he had edt th ft1iril iYr t li h lit Say hiIfyour doctor says this is all right then say It over and oIcr again ioCffeir Headaches Biliousness Constipation Ayers Pills SugarcoatedEasy Dont forget thought natnralicd himIf hi Scott Avai 15 Si and hfc onrirnilcti to Ohio with UK l41t 1 L i f It COMMERCIALVCLUBl p Il1Jt1ii1tiltrte H lt i lowlertIS1i CulJAViljiget in the o1ice of Sic t retary Ij yisK lIJJ ton in the Mc Eldowntfy Building at 33Ooclock Thursday afternoon to discuss platters of importance Headaches Biliousness Constipation Ayers Pills SugarcoatedEasy Dont forget Headaches Biliousrlia Constipation Ayers Pills SugarcoatedEasy Dont forget CABINET MINISTER QUITS PArflS Vfribur ii11 Ittimi Ministc tof Afrtfenltiire has resigned llifip3tttIolio ti iiilfttiiili ill health rMiss Sarah Tabor has returned ffrom a visit to Louisville We heard much about fifty cent dollars in 1895 We have gotten very nearly to it A dollar now will buy only about what Misty cent would have bouirht fifteen years lao ArisTurnbuIIWe Indian Summer weather is bad for our Fall business The ladies are postponing all their winter shopping Look at our first reduction i- nGoodsWool Wool goods plaid8n plain goods were 50c and60c per yard cut to 35CI BlanketsI tlieIGurtaiii M diatit There has just arrived from the big Easterntifg T market a arge stockof Curtain Madras 2must be seen to be appEeGijated Suits and CoatsiIH j VnMit line of suits andcoats for fall and winter I04r wear aTe Complete LJ Arlis Jurnbu L r Jt 4J1on Printed For The people Pur particular aim is not onLy to sell the best but to make the lowest O possible prices Do not forget that our stocks are complete CLOAKS CTur cloaks ire here Come and see them We ore selling them right DRES5 GOODS Examjae quality and get prices VYe can sell considering quality t chepper than any firm in the City UNDERWEAR tnderwearfor Men women and Cliildren JSLANKETS AND QUILTS guiding time is here We have the111 f lhl5ttibem j On Blankets get our prices Remember it will pay you to metPrices on all goods for winter t HOSIERY Our PTosifey Stock is complete fiTONS We carry a full line of Notions SHOES1 Reiiieniber our Shoes are solid and built to year A solid shoe sole t MiMl UHE lPIWe inv tte all to Jt thii everyonexiTTRespectfully Scrivener Bros Co Home Phone 562 I I J 71wTTrI r T7 PW Four T1JI 1i THE WINCHESTER NEWSL fi i tfI fr Ve scU lU tjof Ceiling Flooring an- dSkiing tft IJ sFtY We Sell Rough and Dr ssed- Fra1l1ing jI s Vc SCI1i j If 1 Ye scll i CCOI IIr1 b p SELLS FARM jTracey Stbkcly agents rRYgV II II v Your Rusi ess in Or Line 4 tir4 ttt We sell fItf f ERl OR taut i n Dried Wooxh v s tft 1 j tlr II Consider This i 4 ii 1 J A Special That You Call and Get V the McCormick Lumber OUR See Whats What Before You Buy The B F Co Incorporated WE HAVE THE ONLY GRY KILN YOUR CITY 8 1 IiiWell THE ENTIRE HOUSE BILLI J When You Need Call Phone 240 and You Will Get Prompt Servic- esAsk For Prices Before You Buy trJ II 4 lrrIf Clark County t X lIrJ lS r II II t iMIStflJCt1Oll INCORPORATEli J Ia y We are more thorughly oequipped than any in Kentucky to and all kinds and of roads alleysji c ays on1 y i sale t rti t i t t tV 17V f r lY oncretewtside walks laid economically and satisfaction guaranteed I Give Us a Trial Gas SteSeSas anl t ices Gas of the very best RangesI II-t M9 and for f atWtiSOlieit t FINISHVhOfqheBctIil Advertisement 4 s Invitation A Acquainted- With EXAMINE GRADES McCormick Lumber IN I Us W r m plant construct repair conditions t t u Gas LightsThe Famous Welslibacti Mantel and Globes that will pleascth most fas Jj dious GRANT WITT CO 30 NORTH MATN STREET r request trlcef Soffiti dtrdl511c rk ikfill P Mortin for 3500 l i 41t tt rf u MAKES COLDS OR GRIPPE VANISH r Surely Breaks the Most Severe Cold anti Ends Grippe Misery t li JuSt a Fed Hours t jHa t l tj You can stlrclend Grippe aifti break tip tie angst severe cold eitli r QrjlimbsCold Compound every two hours tlnI til three consecutive doses care taken It promptly relieves the most mis erable neurrJgia lains headache dullness iliead aiidlnose Stuffed up feverisbness sneezinVi1 SOre throat mucous catsuThal discharges rnn= Ming of the nose sorenessstilfucssVV land rhcumaheh1n i h f Mii tsll- Mouldings j f j L p rN We sell Boxing fifI 1 J11tt It I No Order Too Largeor Small For Us t We se- llTobacco Hogsheads i f- tw Take this httrm14 s Gompound as clirtec1w thltt interference with your u1a 1J4 tie4and with e knoll lc lgc that there ino other medicine made anywhere else in the world which will cure your oldor end Grippo miscry lrbmptly and without any nlicr assistance or bad af lorefiocts as a 2icent package of Tapes Cold Compound which any supplytPapti re at ji Oxst of more then fifty thousand tlol lais and contains nn quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not effective in the treatment oft colds or gripped l APPEAL FOR NEGROES From SunSentinel iiYiiwhcster Ky Oct 15 3910 t I wish to make a short appeal for tire interest of the negro of this city providing that youve space to publish this letter in the issue of your paper 4visited the notorious and mneh talked of district known as Bucktwn tonight and found this situation as Ijo the looseness of the women who loaf in those parts unbearable Tu ifoct a disgrace to humanity Some of them lolling in hop jonits drinking beer sonic entering the saloon floors buying beer and chasing through the streets with the bucket and cans exposed cursingjind iishuir all manner of the vilest and very meanest language The negro men are powerless to stop this so ise this in effort to solicit your naper and the AntiSa loon League to put an end to this evil and thereby clinch the entire ne gro vote in ousting from our midst the lemon whisky at any time there after that it comes to a vote then too by putting these or the class of women that visit these places or they who are given the freedom of tin city under a more disciplined hart you make more and better servant md cair then take your wife and daughters out of your kitchens mlt let them enjoy the social life yor prime for Very rcspeetfnllv A SUBSCRIBER X NEW BAKERY u IVC will stint a new bakery at No 9 East Broadway and will fumisl the freshest anllUestbread cakes pies and everything to be found iu a firstclass bakery We have hsil large experience Will guarantee satisfaction and solicit the patronage of thc public ihcleliver goods to all parts of the city on short not ice Both phoncsNo 342 JThe E R Bakery Company t 10istfi 1 SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson IV Fourth Quarter For V Oct 23 191 Q THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Textof the Lesson Comprehensive TextIby Rev D M Stc3insIIAs the hard not come at or near the end of the q darter 1 feel IbiI to do with thisI tholessonsprobablythefourteen lessons Third quarter No3 Peters Confession Matt xviI1328 G T Matt xvi 16 Jor4 The Transfiguration xvii 18 1420 G1 Matt xvii MattI No5 Forgiveness Matt xviii 21 35 G T Matt vi 14 No 6 On to Jerusalem Matt xix 1 2 I32G G T Mutt xix No7 The Laborers Matt xx 11G G T Matt xix 30 No 8 Nearing Jerusalem Matt xx 1734 G T Matt xx 28 No9 Entering Jerusalem Matt xxi 117 G T Matt xxi 9 No 10 Wicked Servants Matt xxi 3340 G T Matt xxi 43 No 11 Marriage Feast Matt xxii 114 G Too Matt xxii 14 No 12 Three Questions Matt xxii 1540 G Tool MHt xxii 21 No 13 Temperance Gal v 152G G T Gal v 25 Fourth quarter No1 fileand Foolish Matt xxr 113 G T Luke xii 40 No2 The Talents Matt xxv 1430 G T Matt xxv No 3 Judgment of Nations Matt xxv 3146 G T Matt xxv 40 We must keep before us In all theso tIle1ews studies in Matthew that we are con such Oc was crucified 2 xxvliiHe Is montibned in liantir as tinof David son of Abraham anti we need to remember the unconditional promises to both all of which shall lie fulfilled in due time There are raairy who see In Jesus only a Saviour by whom they may reach heaven when they have to die but such is not tile revelation of Him in the Scriptures He is the King of kings and Lord of lords the prince of the Ung of flje rkdown1 Tim vi 15 Rev xvii 14 six 1G 5 Ps ixxii 11 The kingdora wliich Is to include all fnatioust with Israel as a righteous the center was plainly and fully revealed in the Old Testament anti was preached by John and Jesus and the twelve ant the seventy as at hand That the Messiah of Israel should suffer before He should reign was also plainly stated and typified in the lives of Joseph Moses David and others but that a long period an age should intervene between tie sufferings and the glory was not revealed in the Old Testament This Is the mystery kept secret since the world began which was spe daily revealed to Paul Rom xvi 25 26 Eph iii 111 Col d 2G 27 When Peter by the Spirit of God confessed Jesus as the Chrst the Son of God then Jesus for the first time spoke of His church winch He would build on that foundation truth But Peter not understanding the Scrip cures nor the purpose of God rebelled at the thought of Jesus sufferings Then our Lord taught that all disciples must be willing to suffer with Him but that there would surely be a re ward and that though He and His followers were for a time to be con tent to suffer the kingdom would sure ly come as shadowed forth in the great event of the transfiguration With such a kingdom before us made sure to iL by a risen and glorified Christ and having been made partakers of it by His great sufferings for iis by which we have the forgiveness of sins we should walk worthy oi such a kingdom freely forgiving every one and by fasting and prayer overcoming the devil As He steadfastly set His face toward Jerusalem know- Ing all that awaited Him there so we His followers must be steadfast unmovable always abounding in the work of the Lord 1 Cor xv 58 We must let His love constrain us to ac cept any manner of service gladly not for reward but in real gratitude toi Film quite certain that the Judge of all the earth will always do right We should be Inspired by the assurance that as truly as all the Scrip tures concerning His humiliation were literally fulfilled even to His riding upon an ass colt so literally will all that is written concerning His glory be fulfilled also Therefore we should rely upon Him to keep these temples of our bodies wholly for Himself leansod by His word nut Spirit that lIe may bear through us the fruit He desires to His glory All that we may have to bear for sake from ungrateful unreason tbletundV even cruel should be itccptc1 nb thenecessarv pruning of the branches in order to the bearing of more and hotter fruit unto Him The flesh is to be reckoned dead and we are to live In the Spirit walk in the Spirit and be led by the Spirit and thus show forth His praises Being made ready for His call either to be absent from the body or to be caught up in to body at His coming for His saints by His righteousness freely given lo us may the Spirit so fill us ihat our light may so shine before men that they may glorify our Father r T MISS VIRGINIA LISiE1RNH t It lsbcell reserved for few slug eri to accomplish more ignifian pUllfIa cn nm ti soprano voice of scndid quality 1leXibilitYjlml LOGAN LICK Mr and Mrs Waiter Moore and three children of Shirley Illinois have returned home after a weeks yisIf hth flie 1 h fwiQc ir 1IICI Five of Mr and Mrs Rodney Coup crs children arc confute to their beds with typhoid fever The tfttastemlfMr aml Misi Eddie Wit t Sunday were Mr and3rsHenry Greening Mr and Mrs John Greening Mrs Maijily Moore and Mr John WJtfund family t and Mrs Sam King and two Ilrr were the giusts f Mr nirl maim is foreign born she has spent nttch of hpr lilt in Aniorivvu able her musical education way Inigih achieved abroad Visa Listen ltn will appear at Kentucky Wcsloyan Cuilcuc1 on Oc tober 27 in a joint recital with Wil liam IT Scrvdnd Americas fore most pianist Mrs Aiiicl San es Siunlay Mr and Mrs Will Huckcr wore tt lllSU11d ti Olh lilt tti dti i U il1e1S fit 311 J llt1 1llhc BakOt Ihnrdsl 31t Alike Unkcr sold raC1 omv nul calfio Mr Aft Ballard for4i iK lone to Mr Frank Crow for 5Kjl Mrs Morgan Gravett and children kiTnctElWINCHESTER IDEA 1 Style Service end Economy I You will find all those three things in aSelz Shoe Shoe like cutguaranteed W4f lace or button 200 f= t 4 ti j Thisjrreprcsents a Selz Lib eiy thisBellin Vici Gun Metal Box Cafj Patent Kid lace or button every pair uarinteed150 175 200 Its to your interest to see this shoe before buY1ngate r r e I THESTARl A FELD Prop d II iF f j Ji f = i rte j I i ti s tjI J h Frn = i i i 7 2 iI r THE WINCHESTER NEWS iol F1v i f t1 i1 i q Did you evei3 stop to think that a DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGE tL IS CAUSE Or PHILLIPS People go on Wman s True Friend medicinesisa medicine more than forty years to throve itself 30 universally goodas Pierces Favorite Prescription During all that time it Has been won uplifting and giving them the final touch or perfect health Women use DrsPIcrcas Favorite Prescription in preference to all other aSvocatcd medicines habitformingdrugsisor patent medicines not claim to be to do Impossible things TlfB REMED1 for won dcvrscJ by lJi regularly graduated physician of vast experience in womans aliments and adapted to her dell sate organism THE REMEDYgood enough that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper You qant afford to allow yourself to be over persuaded into accepting any secret nostrum as- a substitute for this honest squaredeal medicine Dont do itN honest druggist will attempt to cheat you in this way who does should be rebuked and avoided Doctors scribe Pierces Favorite Prescription their worst because they know what it ofttams know its ingredients to be 6fLHi Very best germsthat bowelsgentlenessWorlds Bufiaio N Y If i Trn11LifrcF1Ayw Ij OiSteam N V f 3 9lli science oj Oa ostI11 of 1 itroubles and ine have over cat trver and that the neh ni to do o r1 If take two MIONA with nipnls go in he be the in its trap is by Phillips to or any FROM M JACKSON Piggott dl1OctiU 1910 Dear 4I had hoped end planned to be lateIiunriiljti 4llhad making a tour of wy mountains to the of Socialism and once agaiii the scenes oliny childhood On the 2th ofK5Citember 1 lie glutted time then begn to iunlicc that vasun old man How I plfed to have two or inoiitta in the mountains amongst peoplf like so well have tti rcelection of the lInn John 1 Langley Not withstanding he 5iot of my ctrl and llYioly there no is ue tlmleinocrats Ke publicr Ills liave tje for Democrat for the and eJa f it to take it put a phi ty A like the iii Con gress a IntlLlikc Mr Langley ilh experience to do for his hat the is drawing betwceir Soci ism on one othervit will soon be to me tlo olitcal hptwcen the Fats Kcpuhluians And the Si1 ihOI11Ircssinan Mr Langley hs been ii several of the dQpfntinciils in knows hoyo do He is encrgeticrand populrr No with his own but uilh all him in long as lit will consent to remain lli ten yeah in the df ivirtrnfil inl fdin seamanshiphI 1ltbIj1 nn r hwj pIil but Hti f1i 11r tit Enables the house wileGtp get the most 94outTlIi Ibr LiM w 9L T yrtn7 ti 3r4t The rotating higfi neck valves adjustible mixers drilled burners scientific construc tion and arrangement burners triple walls with dead airspaces are features that give housewife great opportunity to cook a with little Remember that importance of this is that it is not cost prices maintenance cost that determinesthe cheapness of a range great gas like JDETRIOT JEWEL oon pays itselfI4 Ii tf Ij 4 BeginEeonol1Y TodaysSee Them AtI I APPETITE GONE 0 INDIGESTION THE HAS THE CURE suffering from little Dr does able ONe ONB nons cret He pre Dr fop cases and r GrObht w ct Bent s CiitelMalii and Broadway t JL stomach iiiyjeaKS imag they ft Inpis disease iThe hink extraI1Bit stom is extra extra tt these people stomach tablets or after stomach misery would Minutes and they would a reatHg help to stomach of OyclworkiMlfcNA guaranteed ejpe indigestion stomach r GEO J SunScutmel I 0 I intended native spread ospcl visit 1 passed I would spesit three a T should 0dthc politi faith re is between and merged tariff issue eiiough voted PiivneAldrieh hum tuiuugh licin against a issue district duih wants young and ability things pjple issue avliich there issue Dclnal and Wanii ington thing young only parly Kelp congioss so v tjlfi d air oven the the lot gas the the but the gas 4A saver the for rrI It would disease or money back MIOXA foe ihefeIIim of gas JIIOXA for distress after eating MIOXA for foul breath MIONA for biliousness MI0NAto wake up the liver MI0NA for heartburn MION for sick headache in Congress has qualified him fOl- grca t future usefulness When the Eastern States finds man like Langley they keep him in Congress as lou gas he willstry lieges the power arid influence that section exercises By all means re turn Langeyi In my last visit to Winch tcr was struck with tie fact that all crl my booyhood friends and school com Jn mliitW qf lWp f ft fNow that Braxton Lisle is gone CrtlslcoIlrndercd through the cemetery ci every hand there were the friends ol my boyhood Then eame to moi lilt lines of the poet il have had playmates I have hac companions In my days of childhood in mr toy fnl school days Allall are gone the old familial faces GEO M JACKSON AUDITORIUM THEATRE tnice box of candy will be given to each child that purchases a ticket at the matinee Saturday afternoon at 2n n m TOTS4t t tHE AUDITORIUM s Incorporated lk1iJVhQIYJ rutiut Qmhfh9JlI o uc in the City One performance nib t ly at S oclock except Saturday when there are two Shows change histTwo reels of moving pictures changed every night WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS October 19 mod 20- JOHN A COUGHUN The Original Human Dyranm DIN ANn VACK j lark Rice Eccentrics Ff1ftift ing Iunny Singing and tf7 Ut1tfF MatipeeSatnrdayT illdiilmffmtlI Afternoon 2o Adnlssion 10 cents t3 all parts of house Plo Reserved Scats- BLOOiVSFIELO RATUIrF PROPRIETORS NOTICE TO CITY g TEPMS S r ff 11 s Plte wly faxes JIt bIi ffic- nco Jtiiis 1 T1losetirniil 1Xs11tm please call and settle at once aim avoid the penalty which takes effect November 1 I will be in my oiril in the Clark County National TJrnld building each evening until 9 p in beginning October 3 3910 JAS A MCODRT City Tax Collector 930tf AUDITORIUM THEATRE A nice box of candy will he given to each child that purchases a lieko Ot the matinee Saturday afternoon af 230 1r m 1018 4t ti Notice to Taxpayers Yon have but n few more days be fore the penalty is added Come tut avoid the rush Under the present tax law Iam compelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully YoO BROCK Sheriff 10lvlf Capital S100 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank iOK WINCHESTER KY k H WITH RSOONt President W R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS MTONA for nervous dyspepsia MIONA after a banquet MIONA for vomiting of preg1 nancy Fifty cents a large box at Phillips and druggists everywhere F Classified Advertisements J lea word for a singe insertieo 2ca word fur three consecutive IP sections 2C a Word fur each additional sertion jlQc a word per month- Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than feu cents Nothing charged or books for less than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We arc having culls every lacy fur farms ofall sizes and prices it you have one you vault lu sell see or tel IcEII For Insurance 01 Your Tobacco Office In McEldowney Buillding Horn Phone 720 East Tenr6 Insuie In STROTHERS fl OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldtf Phone i8 oI FOR SALtry property two story dwelling S rooms gas sfT ble Apply It G D Fox Real Estate agent McElduwney Building 11t M7U w FOR RENT Two nice rooms for sfijrfit Housekeeping 252 bout street Old Kentucky phone 417 fldiUlllBiftif h elfirr 5fih bf rf9Lg J b seed lrfe J Coal and Supply Com pano J7tf fobian infant or to shire for small chit ken as companion or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Home phone 732 104lmo FOR SALE =Oooj1 pony large enoigF to lotcrvicca6l e 6 iliply ilr the 9 S LCtf MIksAlEnc i ce propcrtryjfpnt Gix23IWolcotte= 10133t WANTED Iinmcdiatclv secondhand standing desk K T Lewis Company or Mr Robbins News- office 027ti- WANTEDPosition as stenographer Several years experience Apply Mr Robbins News office 1081mo FOR RENT Two rooms at 221 College street also 25 pounds of feathers for sale 1011Gt FOR SALE20 acres improved Bind 3 miles from town J T Hart 223 ptonbe FOR RENTAn 8room house 127 College street Apply to Samuel Locknnne 825tf FOR RENT i5 acres good corn land now in clover mill ready lo plow at once Formoney rent or good note Apply to II W Ectori at Ectons grocery 1010tf FOR SALEPure blood Rhode Is land Red cockerels Call Home phone 813A 1010tf WANTED 100 sheep to graze Call on or phone S A Prewitt phone 882R 1010tf FOR SALE Fortysix acres of FOJItermsFOR REflTThree nnfurjiisUcd rooms Apply Iias Mary White 10 Haggard street 827tfc L FOR SALEAbuut1lugh Inrge maple tree Apply to Robert K Fox R Ro 912lrao FOR SALE Fivenionthsold Ros Comb White Leghorn cockerels Mr Chas J Scott East Tenn nhone 140 Home phone MO FOR SALE OR RENT A perpetnal scholarship of Kentucky Wesley College Apply to robbins at tbi office 920tf WANTED2000old brick Clark Tanner 1012if STRAYED From the farm oecu fpicd by Allen Osborne Kuckcrville pke one brown yearling colt AnV information u touts whereabouts till be suit row UlllHI WlW Chester Roller Mills lOlStf 10FORdress suit Apply Mcrodiths taifor shop lUlSlif r FOR RENT Cottage on corner ofi Vine mid Washington streets ApL ply Mrs J C Dauglicrty 203 Hast Washington street 153teotFOR SALE G rsfiaugc gs tea zi gas lanndiv stove with Qc rlApply News see 10118 LOST A blue serge coat to a ladys uit1inedwitJI blue silk Return to Robbins this office Rwvjmh OltrJv FOR RE Tmr roms in the ecu t rof the town TffimTf of IIiCK man and Maple Grs and tvatcit nistreltWANTED Borfrdors 233 North Main street Gas and bath loiatr t3FOR SALE loll hogs in lots purchasers to bc delivered frfflif 20th to 2otli of November Clift- be slaughtered on premises H fV Ogden 101 7tfF FOR SALE PhaetonTn good condition Iliff iiess almost new Will take part prijs in feed J C VAUGHli g 101 ltl FOR SALE OR RENT House tviltu 8 rooms piped for water hadears has iniprovOments 1 L Odd 333 E JO 1 IJo OtJJttJI IIn1tItWJ ii W4f Apply W P Eikley 111IVFIRE ANA TORNADO INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY I FF1t fl Y E UllD- Itt jPiiorie 4- Lt 1 t DONT BUY A3 f RUNABOUT Until you have seen 4 the New Model 14 JCallGarage and get full i particulars i PEHDLETOH R05H B USH 4 Attorneys at Ltw jj 5th Floe gWinchester AI rfLEWIS fAttorneyfflcc 5th Floor McEibwney B nildijit Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney at Lzw iO S Main St Winchester Ky HE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good work Will be pleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Yillsell either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBLVS Sears office MILLSoThe oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester flnllcr Mills Why not use lume flour the besU madreKer perfection and White Pearl flour has no cQoali AUDITORIUM THEATREt A nice box of candv will be gjveq to each child that purchases a ticket at the matinee Saturday afternoon at 10SdLeWANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are having calls every dhyfor farms of nil sizes And prices if you gelnIIeEIsdowney Building both phones TRACT tc ST OKELY SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS P tiy I fr Page Six I THE WINCHESTER NEWS n a Maxwell and Society Brand Clothes For Fall and Winter 1910 f 1IOTELJS NEW HEATING PlANT BrownFrcctoria Hotel Just stalled Which Cheaper Than Plan heating plant JirownProctoria llotql which under construction month completed Wediiesdav FARM l0 miles from Winchester story frame dwellings rcipras porches good stable holds tobacco house other outbuildings large young orchard bearing Fencing good Divided inirussgood school Price 6000 milsfromtwostory frame dwelling halls porches good toI111ccohouse house corn 31Dhiwatered fence class condition large young orchard bearing Close good school churches quarter from station good bacco bargain 8000 FARM 390acres from Winchester good pike twostory frame dwelling porches stock 5acre tobacco good cellar buildings good condition d- ividedin tracts watered fenced About tivation balance Within Be certain of this welfare offering for this season series ofrefined models in exclusive styles which ably maintain the lofty standard of Rupardi Stewart Co Clothes BesttMade For the Man Wlio Cares These lines still further demonstrates our position as authorities and lead ers in mens and young mens clothes MAXWELL CLOTHES for men who require conservative style combined with theljt materials and grade workman ship than can be had our many satisfied customers f fe 11r i evidence enough that we are giiViingjthejDestnthat can be liad atrriLes much ISwlTr fhanware generally charged for the samegobds SOCIETY BRAND for the young men who want something different the enthusiasm with which this line is being received convinces that we have secured the right kind of models combined with the best workmanship trial will convince you 1500 to 3500 0 ltr4ltYgt AWMllRfr W IltiNNiIN t 7 Kentucky5i j j Has In One Will Be Old The new at the has been for the past was NO acres 712 two with 6 2 4 acres of Ice and all in full into a of 8 rooms 2 2 in Con coal meat crib 4J well and every in first Has in full to and and in less than a ofa mile rail road Will all raise to A at NO 6V miles on Has of 7 rooms 2 barn barn and all out all in 5 all well and 20 acres in cul in grass 4J a a r i i Ul us a I jjJ r lJl W z tasf illN a l A and will be given a test within the next feiv days The plant is one of XLC laltist improved patterns jfiltl will heat the large building better and at less expense thai the old one ASSASSIN OF EMPRESS HANGS HIMSELF IN CELL GENEVA Oct 20 Luigi Luccheni who assassinated the Empress of Austria in 1898 committed suicide Wednesday evening in his cell in the prison known as1 LEveche Two days ago Luccheni went viol ently insane and after smashing ev trvthfyg in his rcJIas put in a 1MLflMS FOR SALE onehalf mile of good schoolchurch store and postoflice and blacksmith shop Price G000 FARM NO 460 acres 7 miles mileItwostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn allneces sarj outbuildings Well watered with pool wells and creeks Allout side fencing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 6000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles from Winchester twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms 6acre tobac co bum All necessary outhouses Small teurait house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO 6105ncres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling ol 7or 8 roping1 All nec essary outbuildings 12raijie tobacco barn and tenant house JMcli fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 4130 per acre FARM NO 73J5ncres 3 miles from Winchester iias tWQ fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all inI grass Price 450 per acre FARM NO 826 acres 3th miles from Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 Tracy Stokely Qfice in McEldowney Bldg Both Phones I straightjacket When his violence passed he was given cell liberty TlfSafternoon guards heard him singing for several hours but at night fall he became suddenly silnet Lat er the guards entered his cell and found Luccheni hanging to the win dow bars by his waist belt which he had twisted around his neck HOPES FOR SUCCESS IN NEW YORK STATE President Taft Hears Report From Various Republican Leaders intho Empire State NEW YORk Oct 20 President Taft brought his New York visit tJ a close Wednesday night and is due backat the White House in Washington early Thursday morning Ills lest day in this city was given over to political conferences the situa tions in New York State and Ohio sharing almost equally in the interest displayed by the President as to presentday conditions and election lay prospects To Lloyd C Griscom of the New York foamy Republican committee President Taft expressde anew the hqpc that Henry L Stimson the Republican nominee for Governor in this State would be successful Mr Taft declared ire was sure Mr Stimson would be elected if the people could be made to realize the opportunity to sect such an excellent Governor as Mr Stimsons candidacy offers Mr Griscoin told the President that Republican prospects in New York are brighteningdnilyjg Mr Taft saitll he hoped thj view of the i i ltiolwmrth Correct one rSome of the l a ler who have seen the President have told him that con ditions were far from reassuring The reports from Ohio brought to the President Wednesday by former Governor Myron T Herrick of Cleveland and Jacob G Schmidlapp of Cincin nati were not enthusiastic SENATOR ELKINS FAILS TO RALLY FROM ILLNESS Friends of West Virginian Much Concerned Over His Condition Suf fers From Nervous Disease ELKINS W Ya Oct 20 Friends l IllfQfZSE91i of Senator Stephen 13 arc much concerned over his failure to rally from the illness which his held him at home turing the past summer It is reported that lie is suffer lug from a nervous disease which is said to be nearing a critical stage Senator Elkins is permitted by the family physician Dr W C Golden to drive out but he has given strict orders that none but near relatives he allowed to visit him Mrs Elknis Catherine raid Blaine Elkins are at uune Miss Elkins has declined all invitations since Iier return from EllropeI HOUSE ViILH BE VERY CLOSE DemOCratic Both Republican and Congressional Leaders Doing Some Tall Figuring CHICAGO Oct 20 Officials in the Chicago jihphifartcrs of the Re publican and of the Democratic con rcspeetivelyI districts that their views o fthe out come of the November election change daily Some days ago certain Republican committee leaders who dropped into Chicago announced that the Republicans would continue to hold in the House of Representatives a majority of about thirty They now control with a majority of nearly fifty districts Wednesday severalof thesesume politicians had a different wtetyc i the House remain e ultlrI can tOncwas the reply Either Congressmen elected as Republicans will be in a majority of about six or the Democrats will hare aXsimilar majority This shifting view is proof that the reports from the districts where the Democrats expect to make gains haw not earned joy tidings during the last few wqeks The Tenth Ken tuck ism iiisTance Ljist month Representative John W Lnngleys report to the Chicago headquarters fif the Republfcancomimttee was that he had an e fsvrnce Of late the impression heir seams to be that i 6ITi Y is tt ibrlrt llaceaiiclihTo emerges front it with his title still on the Republican committee will be de lightfully surprised t iiV RAW MIMES EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO 1908IIjV Ltaaigton 2 7ou 25IWinchester 3 813 261ClayStanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 4 95647IBeaityville Juno 5 1017 0 K Junction o05 lll15- AT Jackson 6 10 ll20 Westbound DailylDaily Sun Athol 37 11045 Noi IIRu11 No31 IoN ot inh Jv Jackson 700161012200 K June 705 Athol 640 1252 730 Beattjvfflo June 77 754rTorrent 7 30 341 Natural Bridge 7451355 826 Campton Juno 17481357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 902 0071934Winchester THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX t GEPT SUNDAY tL JuncdonTxatns Nos 1 vnd 3 vnHmake connections with the J T 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will male connections with he L A Railway for Beatty ills Ky- Cconnton JunctionTrains Nos j B 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers o and from Campton Ky 0 K JunctionTrig Nos 3 ted 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City f3ndway stations MgrHASLOUISVILLE NASHYIllr Southbound 1- No CrnciniiatiKnoxville Ivca 1019ta7jtnNo 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville imited 1039 a m No 9MaysvilleStanford local vith Cincinnati connection at Paris rrives at 6 25 departs at 635 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 pm Northbound limiteciNo StanfordMaysville local jonnectinz M Paris Ym Cincinnati due at 715 lea VPS at 722n m NbL13 Ie nNimited 558 p m ij All are daily except Nos 9 any 10 which arc daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound- No 26 Daily Ex Sun 853a m No 22 Daily 12JO p m 4o 28 Daily PH Sun 630 p in No 24 Daily 910 p m Westbout C No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722a m No 21 Daily 648 a rio 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p ai 23 Dailv 4i n m if SMALL FARMS I 50 acres 3 miles on Paris pike to cut in 4 pieces 12 12 acres each Best land in the County See us quick if you want one Blue Grass Realty Co II Work Wonders for Large Figures TheReduso greatly improves well developed figures and gives support where most needed Reduso Corsets az comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided Jay staps or attachments of any kind- will reduce tis and abdomen from one to five anches Pric 00 apwarjSs to 1000 YorkI