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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 iA r Last Edition 5 N05 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2f 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II ME RECEIVES OH Tn ENENCf ppptainj tn ikjntci inis to Have rvtPersuaded Crawfords Friends Not to Act LEXINGTON Ky Oct 21Aft- er having been the means of pre Tqnting the probable lynching Wed nesday nightof Charles Little who it is alleged murdered Matthew Crawford before daylight Wednesday morning in the doorway of Craw fords office at his distillery mica r Jackson Capt V G Mullikin re turned to Lexington from Jackson Thursday moniing with his bloodhounds Crawfords heart says Capt Mullikin was cut clear in two by Littles five bullets all of which en tered the breast within a space of six inches Wednesday Tiiglib Jackson was Sjeething exeiteriient and it was pre dieted that LitHe would be hanged Before mol71ing j GaptMXilWut says a meeting of CrawfortVs friends was held in a darkened store room in Jackson shortly before midnight and in the darkness Capt Mullikin in a short speech told the unseen men assem bled about him and the leaders thai the evidence against him was so strong that there need be no feat that he would not get his just desert for tie unprovoked murder and his advice against lynching was follow ed as he thought he and his blood hounds had been the means of fixing the guilt on Little alone beyond de nial Little teas tried convicted noel sehtehcedjrjto death all within six boors c niti jjij tJu ticeJYift f le was metcd out to selfconfessed snssin The murderer was taken to Ellington for safekeeping until sen jtpnced Little trembling with fear that the ifviends of Crawfqrd would take himI from the Breathitt county jail noel llynch him askedan immediate trial which Judge Rodwine granted and thirtysix hours after the commission o flue ctin1 hS fw a jury wlijch snits Jsider his a s given death penalty The trial of the murderer took place while the family of his victim and their friends were attending the funeral of Crawford at Athol AsI the clods were falling upon the coffin of Crawford the jury reported its verdict in the cast TIle jury was hastily empaneled following the prisoners request for immediate trial Little pleaded gui ty Attorney T T Cope made a plea fort mercy for him and Attorney E E Borg in the name of the CommonweulthtSurrounded by eight deputy sheriffs Little was hurried to the Lexing ton Eastern train for Lexington and they were barely in time to catch the train It was generally believed that had the officers attempted tjr keep Little in the Breathitt jail unfa Judge Redwine passed sentence upon him he would have been lynched and that the friends of Crawford would most likely have taken prompt action r tonightLawabiding citizens express tae belief that the prompt action of Judge Redwinc in summoning a Juryj and trying the prisoner and the pen ally imposed will have the effect of deterring other gunusers and the Court has announced his intention of seing that life and property in Breach itt county fire protected administration any cost Judge Rcdwiue has kept his pre election promises in his work to root out the blind tigers in Breathitt and his action in the case of Little is an index his friends say to what maybe expected from him in anysnmhu case L l t f aM15Jj she saw her husband shoot Crawfru caused her arrest and forced his own confession was releas- edNEITMEETIN r 6- V FOR WINCHESTER Will Be Annual Convention of Ken tucky State Grange on October 26 t and 27 The next State meotin Winhchester yill be xthat of the State i krr V rr r THE WINCHESTER NEWS Grange on October 2i and 27 TIll Grangers are nut a new organization For more than a third ofa century they have been fighting the battles of the fernier and Tadually their the cries are being adopted even by tfaos who Rcknowlcdge uojallcgiance to t1 Grange Before the tobacco pool was thouglit of the Grangers had demon stra ted that wool fruits and other farm products could be sold to the best advantage through cooperation Long before this ladies had organizes the turkey pool in various Kentucky counties the Granges had shown that hotter eggs and other firm produce would bring better prices ifsoM through regularly organized channels In faettlw G rouge successfully taught all the lesossn of farm co operation that have since been put in practice Not only along this line but also in the purchase ofsupplies has it bee nof great benefit to the farmer The dealer can afford to sell cheaper when he sells in large quantities and when payment of his bills is absolutely assured as is tile case when purchases are made through the Grange Our citizens and farmers are look ng forward to the helpfulness that is felt in every where a meeting of the Grange is hedI DAVID B ill I PASSES AWAY Former United States Senator From and Governor of New York is Dead ALBANY X Y Oct 21Davit B Hill exUnited States enator former Governor of New York mHOI suddenly Thursday at the W Rot his pountry iliome About two weeks ago Mr lull was seizqd with n bilious atack and although his condition was not considered serious his physicians ad vised him to remain nt home until h had recovered The patient appeared to be improving 11l1tilW night vhei he tul1 red a sinkiii jfpellvhicJIU suited iiv his death DATSJ NOFUN RA 81 Death of Mrs Mize MJLS Claries xel tiA recJvcif imessage late Thursday r afternoon stating that her grandmother Mrs Meyers of Lexington had died 11 VOiib1 Nto further particulars were received Mrs Meyers was GP years of age and is a native of Clark county No arrangements have yet been made for the funeral service hut the body will be brought to this city for burial Mrs Mize was a noble woman She formerly resided in Powell county for a time lived in this city T T ECKERT DIES NEW YORK Oct 21Thomas Thompson Eckcrt former president TeJegaphGbmpan Branch after an illness of several daysICOMMITTEE MEETINGt The Democratic Comimtte of Clark county is called to meet in the grand room in the Court house on Monday afternoon next county court day at 1 oclock Every member should make it a point to be present J M STEVENSON Chairman TO BE TRIED INCINCiNNATI John Wells Will Answer For Passing Counterfeit Bills in Winchester and OtherPlacesMr United States Marshall was here Thursday summoning witnesses to testify against John Wells who will be tried in Cincinnati Monday Wells several months ago came to this city and scattered sev eral counterfeit five dollar bills with tie merchants or this city He was later caught in Ohio with several of the bills in liis ijps session Later the place where hi mitle the bills was raided and Irisft ipjete outfit taken Chief of Polico ifcGord will leave on the ealily Ls NJU am Monday morn ing wIth witnesses trim to CUBS AGAIN tt ti IePhiladelphia Take Third Game of Great Series By Score 12 to CHICAGO Oct 21A light tain early Thursday morning accompanied preIr the third game of the worlds cham andlPhiladeJphia The diamond is covered by can vans and did not suffer from wet bui the outfield was slippery A thin shivering line of undaunt ed enthusiasts was lined up at the grounds when day broke and by nine oclock about five hundred persons Winjdow Both teEms appeared fit and xI prcssccl confidence in the result J1it fQOOopeniug Tire Cabs were cheered to the echo by theii thousands of en tlmsi tic admirers in spite of tIi two defeats in Philadelphia But th 3iithusiasm of the Chicago fans could not break the hoodoo The sham pions of the National League were train doomed and on their home ground by the Philadelphia Ameri cans by a score of 12 to 5 It look now as if the Phillies will win till Worlds Championship in foUl straight games 8KSWJlL NUT D EINJUREDB- y Collapse of the Burley Pool Says James Ramey of Secretary ofI tSJaies Office FRANKFORT Ky Oct 21Mt- el a careful inquiry James luimcy Artio ii iltaigc oi thebiuVking de partraeiil of the Sfiiretarj IHt Stales Vice ijsiibtia ytjiteiHeut Thur dav 11dra7ayiirct tl rnsrl md rhurf bX the fjii1iirel6TheBtVrle pbtti The bahks that money on warehouse receipts only loaneda small amount on each crop and even if tobacco does drop to a very low price Mr Ramey savs the tobacco will sell for more than enough to pay all the loans made thus relieving the banks and giving them money to help other enterprises that could not be helpedwhile the money was tied up with the pooled tobacco Even if the tobacco brings only five ccntsa pound the banks will not lose anything says Mr Rameys state meety1t J ASSOCIATED PRESS STORY 1 i I FRANKFORT Ky Oct 21 Chief James Ramcy of the Banking Department of the Secretary o f States office says in an official state that banks in the Burley dis that loaned money on tobacco will suffer no loss as the tobacco i sold at the lowest price will bring enough to pay all loans lIe says business will be benefitted as the banks will have money to lend to other enterprises as soon as the tobacco is sol- dCOLONEL JOINS- ANANIAS CLUB Cornell Professor Calls Roosevelt Unmitigated Liar in Speech New YorkrJ ITiIIACk Twice in his speech Thursday nightProf E II Woodruff of pornell University call ed Theodore Roosevelt a liar once an unmitigated liar His attack made at a political ral ly over which he presided threw ti house into an uproar There wer catcalls hisses cheers and clapping with a steady shout behind them o Parker Worker for the next speak er former Judge Alton B Parker Judge Parker begged the audience to allow Prof Woodruff to be heard As soon as Prof Woodruff found hi feet hebegah to open upon theBel lamy Storer episode which Colonel Roosevelt only recently declared wa Closed Ho charged that when the IfplofVel deiiied sending Bellamy Stor i4 to the YnHelin he was an mimit gated Hal1 bail there were letters in his ossCssionjsail the Professor to bear hiinout The uproar had barely subsided c11d1Ifh twice a liar when he denied that the late E H IIarrimau had subscribed to a corruption fund to be used for Roosevelts election to the Pres idencv Judge Parker who followed him directed all his shafts at candidate Stimson of the opposition ROOSEVELT GOES AFTER DIX NEWT YORK Oct nColonel Theodore Roosevelt began to nnlim her his heavy artillery Thursday In two speeches one in Manhattan and the other in Brooklyn he accused John A Dix Democratic candidate for Governor of being one of the rectors in a company Jiich aided in forming a complete scCiemc to aey tomplish the stilling of commerce trust gYufist which he quoted the st1cftrgs 1frCllelii Judge Lurtou States Su pfeAq on nf f Ii ntl tie contrasted Dix briKincss record with the public rec RepubeGovernoreFrom the same platform Bourke Cochran formerly a Democratic ora tor announced he will vote the Re publican ticket Dix is a director of the Standard Wall Paper Company a component part of the alleged trust SFIROODSRCIJA Mr YoII Sherwood will be here on qlt bcr 27 at the Kentucky Wes leyan greatestGl11viiid1Yiel JirPI piOlllfl He grill be liltgllbyitli Ljstcmahh ii iii ishcilj oprniio Iller9 arc What a t wof the qxchanges say of Mr Sherwood ir Sherwoods recital marked un doubtcdly the highest artistic point reached by any perfojniRiiee at the M L X A convention at New York The question was heard Wherr will this titan Sherwood top7 Deli icy ioife fne couotpuun and en durance alt are his apparently in the highest t1CiCCeIPIIIInilelpl1ti j lltlljrtiHimn 11 iShorwood iv asi eiih Vlhismsjfically received giant otter an lnl11l le perof nuance rose front the piano leaving a generally feltreI jret that a pianist of his caliber does not more often appear in New York to leaven the huge lump of technicals and piano players by trade His touch is subtle and magnetic his style perfectly finished and brilliant IHc was in evidently congenial company with the romantic Schumann and his workwill not soon be for gotten New York World The wonderful success which Mr William H Sherwood wins every where is something that every true American ought to justly feel elated 1Svc r He is an American born and has practically passed most of his years in America playing with all the Treat symphony orchotsras He enthuses his audience wherever he appears whether in lectures or at the piano For it is not to be qucs tioned as a pianist of American parentage he is the foremots and there fare but one or two jn the world who can compare with himBoston Tim cs SPECIAL REGISTRATION Under the law the Tuesday after the first Monday in November is election day Thc polls open at six a m and close at 4 p m The sepcial registration days arc October 31st November 1st and 2nd The following is the law governing the special reg toIfrom the city of his residence during registrationt 1or who was unable to attend the place of registration on account ofsick ness of some named member of his family ropy by attending the County Court Clerks office and making afr fidavit of the facts have his name placed on the registration books TRANSYLVANIA BEATEN BY TEXANS 33 TO 0 VascSquadf COLLEGE STATION Texas Oct 21 Transylvania of Kentucky was defeated at fotball Thursday by the Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges of Texas by a score of 33 toO Tex as territory was serer in danger MAY AUCTION TIIBurley Tobacco Society Officials ExI amining Conditions in Queen City CINCINNATI Oct nNegotin tions are on for the auctioning o eighty milion pounds pf the Burley Tobacco Societys pool of 1909 to bacco in Cincinnati Three members of the executive board of the Burley Tobacoc Society came here Wedges day evening They were in commun ication with several members of tho Cincinnati Burley Society lltwhat the result was could not be learned Members of the local Burley breaks refuse to say anything more than that they are negotiating to bring the tobacco here It is reported that three members of the Burley Society Fred Stacy of PalisIJdlocal tobaqcq rirqh u c here that thr failure of the buyers to purchase tlu uooled tobacco without inspection ir Lexington caused the Burley Society officials to look to this market anc Louisville rnd that possibly the to bacco will be auctioned in these two cities HARD ON THENGINEER Styps Train vfror Passe l ersandRe ceiyes a Box Containing Dress The engineer on the L E moth hug train from Jackson Friday morning had a great joke played on bin and one that is seldom seen on tilroad Just as the train was leav lug liie depot in this city a buggy with a lady and gentleman was see IrivJKg up at breakneck speed slnr the cagijie l supposing that hcottlt met 11U ignore r JOL Lff h- lcpmpurylntl W mI tq VWWW pr eaY d 0ppsyatihtr u nt 9tCd- tth y mic lit jtfflhh tffrl irH luggy was sonic distance jfrrtm depot when he caught sight of then and it was necessary for him to wait several seconds When the buggy did finally get to the depot the lady threw a box out containing a dress tc be altered in Lexington to a porter standing b and asked him to hand i to a flien I on the train The engi veer sore at getting a water hau started his train with a perk tha threw al Ithe passengers on boars back against their seats nOlLiVER IS LAID TO REST Impressive Ceremonies Attend thr Funeral Services Over the Remains JS of Iowa Senator rFT DODGE Iowa Oct 21Whitt- a cold rain fell in torrents and adder gloom to the already sorrowful oc casion the body of Senator J P Dolliver was laid to rest in Oakdal cemetery The drizzling rain driver by a cold wind began to fall earl Tlhursday morning and compelled tlr family to abandon the plan of hold ing the services on the lawn of tic Dolliver home The funeral was heh1 in the armory Contrary elements however cowl d rrrat keen away the devoted friends of the Senator who crowded all tfhr available space in the building Stand ing outside were almost three thousand persons They crowded around the building until finally Senatoi Clapp of Minnesota left the services inside end went outside to make n chart speech From 9 to 11 oclock a m the body of Senator Dolliver lay in state in the Dolliver borne Hundreds of peo osf signsImmediately upon the arrival of the United States Senate and House committees at 1 30 in the evening the simple service at the home consist inof a prayer by Rev William H Spence of the Methodist Episcopal church of Fort Dodge was held The body was then conveyed to tIle armory Linedup from the door of tie door of the Dolliver home down to the street where the 53r dand 56th Nntiona1GuardleIs Chautland and Allen thibodyeutedAlonethe route from tike Dolliver home was one mass of people who stood in withfpour of rain At the armory door when the pro cession arrived stood mOl esoldiers drawn up in double line and keeping the crowds back The space in front of the stage ates Senate The service was brief and beautifully impressive A halt dozen men representing the church tSate government and private citizens of the county eulogized tfoe de ptfrled Senator Preceding the speeches at the ar mory regular the Mephodist Episcopal burial services vets hell rtf lei the ritualistic services of the claret eulogies were delivered by the for lowing men The Rev Charles M tSewartHof Chicago editor of the Northwestern Christian advocate on Dolliver tin Men Governor Carroll on behalfof She people of Iowa Senator Cummins is the representative of the Unite States Senate Harvey Ingham Edit ir of the Register and Leader on be calf of the piess Judge R M Wright of Ft Dodge for the people Smyievestern Iowa Methodist conference DodgeIowahe Home Church Bishop Williair Frazer McDowell of Chieahgofon A Fallen Lender While Hhese men were paying theii tribute to Senator Dolliver Senafoii Moses F Clapp of Minnesota stand ng with uncovered head in the raiv was speaking to a crowd of severs thousand people about the armory GAYNOR AFTER N j JYj OEtif jpbiiceCommissioner Baker IM nlif Two Assistants Hand in Reslgna tions NEW YORK Oct 21The lone 3xpected shakeup in the administration of the New York police depart meat occurred late Thursday truer MayorGaynors dopuHeFrederick Kirby had resigned James C Cropsey a Brooklyn law ver was named to succeed Mr Bak r Clement M DriscoHvho has at tracted attention recently bj his ae tivity as Commissioner of Weight tad Measures was appointed firs 1serviceective bureau with the title of sec ond deputy Mr Flynns appointment is in line Mayoiiaynordetective burcau- Commissioner Bakers letter of esignation was not made public but the Mayor gave out his own accept ince of it stating that in the workof he department he had always found Mr Baker intelligent and earnest He also gave out a long letter In the stew Commissioner Mr Cropsey n which he makes known tfte fact hat in July nearly four months ago ie was preparing to make changes in he police department but that after consideration he had Concluded to postpone the matter until his return from his vacation so that thechajugn eg could go into opera tin under his personal observation The Mayor1 also points out the methods bY 1Jqht he wishes the department conduct ea1JThe first of these the Mayor says was to teach the members of the police force to be lawabiding them selves and the second to teach them that they must treat citizehs respect fully The third step was a gradual re duction of petty and needless arrests and the fourth the enforcement of the liquor tax law in the way pro vided therein Fifth he says a systematic effort was begun and is still in progress to stop the collection of graft f WEATHER Unsettled Weather With Showers To night or Saturday Cooler Tonight and in East Portion Saturday VOLUME community Americans NARROW ESCAPE FROM AC IDENir Tire Comes Off and Starts Horse Running With Mrs John McKenna Thursday Afternoon Mrs John McKenna baroly escaped serious injury late Thursday af ternoon when the horse sV was driving became frightenedclod ran away Mrs McKenna wns iliixiug along Lexington avenue Jut as lie ncared Burns avenue the tire on one of the front wheels broke and bc Mi whipping the horse on his leg This frightened the animal and he start edwith a quiets jerk Me ran ererrI blocks before Mrs MoKonna could stop him Fortunately she was ab5 to keep him in the center of the nuul and came out uninjured HORSE BITES FINGER OFF Mr J L Lewis Employed By Light Company Meets With a Serious Accident Mr J L Jovis met with a serum iccidcnt Thursday afternoon Mr Lewis is employed by the W5iic iseiRailway Light lee Company lit was delivering a load of ice to the Winchester Creamery Company and short he arrived at the building n horse was standing in front of the loorIPorder to ret hitlILwas necessar ylo move rnu purse ind when he rejkhcilifltivtliebit tin lorso grabbed his finger biting it oil it the first joint lie was taken im media ely to a physician who found t necessary to remove the remaiu ng part of the injured member BYRD IS TO AhPEAXMQNDAY111 c1r tlaaxt rIt It Democratic Nominee Tor Congress iff1 tIll Tenth District to Be in Winchester a Court Day Mr Floyd Byrd Democratic nnni nee for Congress in the Tenth Dis trict is billed to speak at the court louse in this city Monday afternoon it 1 oclock Where el Mr Byrd las spoken he has brought out large Crowds Monday is court day and he farmers aYc expected in great numbers riall Tho ghti A firm resolution can make read Us of pbssihilliiesNapoleon POLICE CHURl J L Combs the Breathitt county troy who created a disturbance Pt- the L E depot Thursday inorn ng was dealt severely with by midge F P Pendleton Thursday night Combs came to this city tin the ally morning train from Berea He was his way to his home at Hazard lad while waiting for his train Rut intoxicated and started a rough hone at the depot When he was scvrcli ed at the jail a new pistol was found in his possession and for this Judge Pendleton assesed a fine of 31 and ten days in the county jail Friday morning Comb began negotiating with his father tit hazard to pay Iris foe for him yj tTOo lATtTOfCLAgSIEV LOST On Main tecfor Lexjugtpu avenue a Beauty pin Return tn- r II E Fitch News oflice Reward t 1 1f 21rf WANTEDGood ante h Pbo1 Robbins News office 1021 It STRAYEDTo my place on the Lexington pike a black greyJiound with a white face Owner can Juve same by calling Home phone 800A LO213t LOSTPair of undressed kid gloves on Main street Tuesday morning Reward Miss SucVPeddicord 1021lt t j 1- rI IPaae two THE WINCHESTER NEWS t f e t THE tiNLllESIER MEWS cJ t An Independent Newspaper if Published by The Wincff ster HeWs Co Incorporated t Office I09II South Main Street MWinchester Kentucky a t Dally Except Sunday l matterkoveinberin Winchester Kentucky under the Actof March 3 1879 Bctb Phones Ho II SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily ono year 300 Six Months 150 Qad Month 25 her Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Three mesJ within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar rao continuously 360 Pour weeks 4 times a week 240 Pour weeks three time sa week 180 Pour weeks two times a week 12Q Pour weeks one time a week ifReading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 71hr- Pure reading news heading 15i Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate- ClassifiedPer Word One insertion any edition li Three insertions continuously 2 Each three additional insertions h- One calendar mo continuously 10 Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCPAueifjES f FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1910 OHIO AND NEW YORK t Great national interest would at tach in any event to the Ohio and y Xcw York campaigns for in national politics these States are always clan t sified as1 Afhuertaih and alwrys re E fi VttltotaltButatlWtGnt this interest is accentuated h reason VRJJthe fact tlint tlVese are fee resi dential States of the two foremost figures in the public life of the cone try and the two foremost figure in the Republican party Whether one of these is strivingto retain cnd the other is striving to regain precedence is a mutter that may be left to political speculators It is within the i domain of perfectly legitimate com meat however to call attention to the circumstance that the prestige either be greatly strengthened uJiifq1or by the result of the i election iff hi own a state From present Vip bafances New jYork IS 4 thanmorej Ohio although if Mr Taft should v enter as actively into the campaign against Mr jrannou as Mr Roose IrDi4 The msidenl seems to be determined a to go no farther than to use a quiets personal influence in stimulating the activities of his friends Mr Roosevelt on the other hand is engaged f in one of the most active campaigns o fhis career t There is plenty of room for inter iicsting con chtiir e with regard tt the changes that might come over the en Ifttire political prosppct in the event rthat Mr Taft should lose and that Mr oRosevelt should win or that the result should be the reverse of this or that neither should come out vic torious And it is very certain that jhio matter how near or how far con lecture c tall be from fact the re sultjfth voting early in November tiiflnecessitate such reorganization readjustment as neither of the vgreat parties has known for several years presentlears iii support of the contention that a change is inevitable and that the Democratic party will profit by it hold god now and may be applied to Ohio and New York with as much WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING C0I forecTas to ajiy other State itt HI CI Union Plainly the dominant is at a disadvantage at prcFPPt Whether superior generalship and superior discipline on the Republi can side may even yet result in snatching victory from defeat ver mains to be seen But there is always the stillmore interesting question Where will the November election leave Mr Taft and where will it leave Mr Roosevelt In the very nature of things there cannot be an indefinite contin uance of dual leadership in the Re eneeIMouitor PERRYGRAIIf- It is trot a brd living to havejnon ey if you JnoAV what tp do with it John D Rockefeller has made con tributions all for the purpose of ben efitting humanity of 123731000 Mr Taft to force insurgent Repub ems into line withdrew patronage When the people approved insurgeiir cy he restored it He even allowed Senator Bristow to name the post master at his own postoflice Mr Taft will not live long enough for the people to forget this bit of petty politics Candidate Dix of New York is largely intQresfcd iji the manufacture of wall paperJ His company ison jcctyid favoring an increased dUI otPYtllP paperThe platform on 5ie is running favors a redo lion of the duty There appears ti be two of Mr Dix If you have nothing to say dont bore people trying fo htiilk 5t Conditions1 have eli ii1It is only a few years ago that any kind of a criminal was cxempT r mi pu- uislunrtin Bleat hi Ct county now it tat ec than two days to entence- a nuirtlerer to death Jt r j Missouri raised Jast yea vj010 ac res of tobacco The average per acre was 885 pounds and the avcrage price was 13 cents per pound It is reported in the Louisvillapn pers that an effort is being made for campaign purposes to pull the gov ernment employees for a certain per cent of their salaries Ludlow F Petty Colector of the Louisville district shows his manhood by address lag the revenue men as follows If efforts are made to force you to contribute more than you can af forda Hl anything at all against your 111Iignore them You will hold your position by service The money you earn is your mon ey Any implicd threat is a sheer bluff All such raids are in defiance of law Stand on your rights and the law will protect you DRINK RpXaIaMore jo at J COMMON CENTS Only ten of them wilt buy a whole ITono1iimtsin your mouth The Winchester Bakery 10212t THE TOP in any calling of life demands a vigorous body anti a keen brain With ottt health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Bulkier the world has over kiiova It compels perfect aWioif of stomach liver kidneys bowels Diirifies and ell riches the blood tones mitT invigo rates the whole system and enables you to stand the weiiiimd teflr of yourjSraiy work After moriBs of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes W M Shermhn of Ciishirig lc three bottles of Electric Bitters made me fc rlikefa new man oOc fut all druggists LISTENERS NEVER HEAR I any hoodof themselves is a saying that doesnt go in our case We have heard so many nice things said about our lumber toy Guilders that we have become used to them There must be a reason for these compliments A siJ oufnl lumber will reveal it to you INCORPORATED REACHING experienced H TICful City tfr Sr tAX PAYERS ff l fThe city taxes have been past duo since 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 Cvenimr until 9 p m beginning October 3 1910 JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collector fl30tf THE AUDITORIUM orporatedI The only continuous Show Hogs Pin the City One performance night ly at 8 oclock except Saturday when there are two Shows change Ni9littP nightiIGHTS October 2 ar d 22 FOLEYI SMITH SUMNER From Musical Comedy last seas onvVTimo Place Girl The Girl l1Iat1lla W day Mtr oi no MUseNoBLOOMFiELD UfnJFFP- ROPRIETORSr ts I its No JokeApproaching baldness is a serious ImMter Woodburya Treat works wonders PRuhsAMrrs TO Alj comethiDIIer hAirl1Dont bsO4ffesow Carl yotfltame harp coedt1QnoIoagernecessarytovisit rightinezpenieaccatthefamousWoodb a Combination mikes the hair crow when all other preparations lloiliera two cent tamp to The RToodbury Co 47 mplebooklet Phillips Drug Store fiistributora for Wipcfiesfpr IC r RRHSUFFER RS KNOWI hard rubber inhaler Phillips wants you to know that their company will sell you a bottle or HYOMEI for only 50 centsRemember this all who suffer with catarrha bottle of HYOMEI pro nounce it Ilighome is put up hi a separate package and sold for 50 cents to accommodate the vast army of people who already own a Ily omei inhaler Phillips will sell it to you at that price and give you the opportunity ofIIMsniy people through years of neglect have let catarrh get a stronghold upon them Some of these poo- pic unrbasonnbly think that one bot tle of HYOMEI ought to cure them No matter how chronic your ca tarrhal troubles HYOMEI is guaranteed by youJi give it l a n e breathe nn1YnL w0 ror f 1R7 Yis xwau We Know nd1 We Want You i4O Know t Tl ah IIutsell Smith P tterson ell oodI1Sho t Slibes that have the v aring qifrflities as well as style and beauty Wont you visit our store and see the i1 dilyInew styles of Cravenettes Stiedcs Tins Giin Metals Patents and Dun Kids we are showing Come now and get your size in The Shoe That Suite You EVERYTHING NEW EVERYTHING GOODI Htitsell SmithattersonNext to Winn Furniture Co 0 11 t r it thats alland its healing soothing antiseptic projertie vill make you feel better in a day If you own an inhaler get a 50 cent bottle of IIYOMEr today If you do not own a Ilyomei inhaler ask for a 100 outfit which includes inhaler Wltl NOT RUN- AHAINSTlAH i rt1 E CollectcrLae1j I Friend oHBcit6 oO i seveft anti the Presitent11Vlakes This Statement twc WASHINGTON October 2IThat President Taft und Colonel Roosevelt fully understand each other and arc working in harmony anti that the former President is not the candidate forCe nomination m 1912 but t We seil Ceiling Flooring and Siding i i I We Cell RoughI and Dressed Framing arr We seHI Sweating I We sell taw + 1ftLJ ttLsCC Tobaccoflo1t6ds Kf jj 0 r t r j J r convinced that Mr Taft should again be tie standard bearer is tike state meat attributed to Collector LoeL of New York who was in Washington Thursday conferring with officials of the Treasury Department in refer etiee to the recently discovered customs frauds While Mr Loch would not permit his name to be used in discussing the relations between his former chief and the President it is known that he has been talking along these lines tp iiis iiitil ate riendsin Whsh unionf tInoivn CtoneIReoset elt in IIItroiul f f1 J tit admixii and fri ails and atflh6HafeimesusVaininglthe closest of relations with the Pesi- dent Mr Lochs oi tli feeling ti voeiiiliethicsidelixtan d hiI11elcee BsoliA hill fell S licfli of the highset significance What Mr Loch hrs been saying his friends here is to the effect that the understanding between the Pros 5dent iud Colonel Roosevelt hind much to do with the visit of theft 5ideul New York an dof the expression leis hope for tliiyrclcet of the Republican ticket in that tate thiI Nut only is he vjthout the lightest suspicion as fo tho 1I I faith of Colonel Roosevelt vii u sj ef to the noynnffitiori iti 1012 but he is convinced that Roosevelt will main be nix friend hlilt political ad iiselIn connection witlir14oVh this uss On of the suhjedt ItaS said thai Colonel Roosevelt has soIi so far as to warn his stanch mirers former Secretary of the In terior Garfield and Gifford Pinthot limit they must not antagonize the President to the extent that they will not be in a position to support him for reelection THe has told others who have been inclined to se verely criticise the President and who ere his Roo eveltswarnl friends practically the sane thing but lie has not felt called ifphn to blazon the fact to the entire country at this tune In fact he liar melt that he Would do Taft more gtiodby not prais ing him too much now than if he posItioned his commendation to n later date AUDITORIUM t Messrs Bloomfield and Ratliff should be congratulated the class of show twit they ire offering to the public a tlicha small admission The bill for the past two nights was exceptionally good and Vas appre ciated by a large audience each night The bit Ithat they will offer Friday night and Saljmla yniglif it anything a better bruit the last one Foley and Foley ina buck Ving a1idclog dance is second to no one as they certainly can dncp shine The other tdaifr Smith mud Sumner in a musical comedy act and who was out with Tie Time Place nail the j3irF last season is a hit any bill The pictures selected for tonight arc also good and by attending the show at the Auditorium tonight you will ee one oftIl best iheseasoni MRS PACE IS BETTER Mrs I1oliert Pace who has been quite ill fbV some time ii much im proved and was alilelFiday to be taken to the home of ncr Ron Mr Will Pace in the county to spend the day WINCHESTE RCtf AFTER There will be a special meeting of Winchester Chapter No 10 held in their rooms Friday night at 7lo oclock for the purpose of initiating several candidates We SolicitrVour Business In Our Line 4C 51i We s- ellITER1 Lr R FINISH Of tie Best Kiln Dried Wooclh f L i ah tl 1 t J Cdrisidef Tills Advertisement A Special Invitation A request That You Gall and Get Acquainted With the McCormick Lumber EXAMINE OUR GRADES See Whafs WHat Before You Buy The B R McCormick Lumber Co Incorporated p WE HAVE THE ONLY DRY KILN IN YOUR CITY t i t 01i t t I r f istfti i I x We SellI J nt + tBE ENTIRE 4hiUSE BILL t When You Need Us Calf Phone 24dand You Will tie Prompt Service Ask f tts For Prices Before YoU Buy i Ltnnrf In tW f n n n jIt pV Mr r 0 ol Iu hI h s t f i I ii Winchesters Ifadln Dry Goods Stor 1 Gt D PRIX PARIS 1900 REYN E SosrNot What YOllPay1 But Wftat You Get to Gloves Yon get here the famous Reynier French Kid Gloves gloves that look what theyre worth and wear better than any you have eVer wornmade from the finest se lected kidskins that are soft and pliableShort arid long Kid Gloves SfOtfto 350 KID GLOVES FIT IALl ANDGUARAN1EED1 The Curry Dry Goods I Company WINCHESTER KY We Are Satisfied With Small Profits We sell Mouldings r I 3 We sel- lBoxing c t No OrderToo Largeor Snallt For Us- 4i J lsell tob ed gstie tsJbtt r 11 i f 1 tt1J1 THE WINCHESTER NEWSae Three r SOMETHING NdWe liave just received something new in railway of hristmas cards They are the very latest imported ideas and must be seen to be appreciated Order now as they have to be made in Englaudto your 1 order See the samples in our window C H BOWEN S Main St WINCHESTER KY III Jil S h IETYTnct ll I Hit ixtr J H lMc IvE rtlipPJent 1 arCdJn jfeeireslnneuts wevbijxj eh t Und tlw 11lUugwas very ton joyed h present Misses Ellen Bugb Glorina Elkin Sara Tracy Ethel- Combs Messrs Hugh Witt IlammonsArthurhers 0Mrs Crutcher Entertains One bf the most attractive of the arty fitllparties was that of Mrs gden QnUcher given Wednesday at 2uer home on the Lexington pike The mouse was beautifully decorated vithCQma The game of fortyrtwo J vas thoroughly enjoyed la late lioliri which a delicious meat course was served Ji Miss Crutcher was assisted irfen Icrtainip by Mrs Scott Judy Mrs vGeo Cnucner and Misses Ma ry Land A111bC rtitt ilea tt J t Marriage Annduhcetnent fiiIo e Chule Wilson of Chicago and Mrs Sadie Williams Powers of Shelby county The brideelect is the widow of Dr EraiilcBeckham Powers who former ly limed in this city and county i ArnoldCrow i Robert E Lee Arnold and leis Elizabeth Ciow allof this founts were married yesterday at- Qie residence of the brides parents Mr an d Mrs William Morris Crow I liearLiig Lick t i Delightful Dinner eWjIn cd outir the ices and eakesred- ul yellow t l i I thSlUfulShe1helt ere silver Midelabras with redjind allow candlt s The liamlpainted- ijfhtfe cards lift ft scripUuial reference JpnJiGMle 4 ucyL i ca Sloxr ii lSlilon IiiEarpkner- S A guest hook with advice to the 7 bridewas beautifully gotten up and guesthereaitskill Eunice Es rp Clay Croxton MleryBrightGoodloe Benton Fnry Clay Alice Galmes tt Eastern Star I The Order of the Eastern Star will meet in tllie lodge roioms on the third and IOptician m 29 were ojf floor of till Fraternity Building Fri day night at 7 oclock A full atr ten allce is requested f Entertains Schoolmates rtMrs C S Guy entertained a num her of old schoolmates iMwrsday with au elfgaiit dinner Among the old schoolmates present were Mrs Will Green of Mt Sterling Mrs A A Clay of Inlijiii Fiqlds Mrs George lox of Pilut Viow and Mrs E C Pox Mrs J C Allen and Mrs Rat lin of Wilwhtcr hiss Stoker of Garrett was also present ami Mrs Guvs two claugiiV tors of this county Mrs J W Dean and Mrs J A MeGtiire Missionary Union The Missionary Union now in ses ion at the Maxwcjl street Presbytei ian church in Lexington was jlargcfir Attended Thursday Those who went ont hare there Mrs Jajnes AYinrf Irs WA Woolen Mrs C ltLov4 t Mud Mrs W A Beatty rand Mlis JV Mr MOITQW Ii Miss Green of Grassy Lick is tlie uest of Mrs Lottie lInggutdIMr Frank ill at his home on Winn avenue Miss Jennie Webb of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J Harry Allen on Collegestreet Miss Catherine Fox of Pilot View is the guest of Miss Alma Fox of this City Miss B liiinck of Lexington ar rived today to ha the guest of Mrs W T Fox until Monday S Iiehjdrisk6tenling the IWilliam Baptist hpological Sem Ylat Loui prcpariu to en tel tliqBnp1i muustnIIt Mrs Lizzie Burke was in Lexi lgtOtl lli1th11I 4i MLrsL k Lewis of KnoxyilI TcnnjjftXbitiiigXoJliilJKfis in this city Mrs gn llanHou of tlr1hde i visiting 1tnl1iJ foe of this its iMr Robert Kodmpn of Lexington was at the his sister Mrs Burgess Eclmi its week- Mrs Anna iIUOUwho has hem MrmlpM44kidi0nlmnltlhwl4 11rJy c1 y SrrJSKI r of Wqst Virginia was the gut of his sister Miss Siiiicic Shaw Jat Tuesday llt wif andc hubs ir6 in titIfZrrkthe Tatter is under the care ofn specialist Dr Unbelt Wiun surgeon in the U S armVnnc stationed near Little Rock Arkansas is visiting relatives here Mr and Mix Armor IIi le of Mad ison county viited in the county the past week Miss Elizjilvih Yerger of Cyn thiana has n turned home after a I I I ROLLED OATS NEW FALL STOCK JUST RECEIVED Quaker atlOcPckg Ferndell 2 lbat I2c Pckg j Macaroni and Spaghetti Foulds Domestic5 and lOc Pckg Fausts Domestic 5 and lOc Pckg VPrices I2c Pckg All Strictly New and Fresh Stock i Buy FirstSt t y 1 Class Goods 1 QualitytMacNeiH Se Weathers Both Phones No 40 f L l Ifr 011 tis VJftfl B Ross I rr O T oXi1 t Our line of Suit CaatsSkirtsj iod Waistsiff U J tii j is now el received jithe very Vi ist from completeVVa t rT i astern Jvlark etsiolue andsee us+ t3 I We have the best line of 25ults ever shown in v Winchester r We have also the very latest in Silks and Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams GaSatia and White Goodslt L Itt inn t f KPP 4cl Hgse is thelbet on t1iemarket lt t fiU8HttnsM4A Inillli t4li rUJWintWIt for slx want Zs and vwmvjiveiiabsolute tr iIrt satisfaction il1 We give Sand H Green Trading Stamps The stamp parlors and our rest room are on the second floorw i i rv tT tIti1liT f- lSIl I 101II ei i IJt RI1fiI u f jL d tIIrW tSc IJ1Vi I W visit to Mrs 0 R Vist- Mis Sarah Til bur iris returned after spending a few days in Liinis ville vith friend Ju1 Jtln Tl1lP u McDonald F t City Mo is visiting Mr Hood Smitlrl- llCr brother t Th0sfryT3iTyagi1fcJsf Mr and Mrs Everett Burgher of near Winchester have returned front a pleasant visit to relatives and friends on ITardwicks creek P Y Drake who a few years ago moved from this countyto Winchester is one of the promoters of the Win chester Grocery Company which is organized as a mutual association by retail merchants Miss Maud Fletcher visited her aunt Mrs Rachel Barrow near ledges Station two days this week 4M1NlfA CORNER ON ODTHINGS + i There is nothing better than god bread we have it Our customers sHY our bread is flic bestwhat Jny you Fresh every morning u ISeasonable The Winchester Bakery lO21- 2tCOMMnNWfA m ToiSillf1 iAl Joe Howard is Leading Witness sin the Trial of Charles Fcrkner at Richmond Special to The News a ll1fClmmonwcalt1JiJlj testimony in he trial ofCharles Forkner who it is alleged induced Joe Howard to testify falsely in the trial here last linter when he Fork tier was on the immlcpf Mr T Q Haard Joe IlowardlnVns the dhief witTO ss and testified chat Forkner cameito him and askedhim to testify for aim He said that TYtrknei after obtain ing his promise to testify in his be 1JL4fiill r New Autumn Styles or Women m 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 500 Sets Baldwin OFOSSign of Big Wath 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY Citizens NatiomdBank i Paid up Capital SlOOOOCgsurplusSSl001 WE SOLICIT yOfj7BfS iI We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to 21 business entrusted to us J D Simpson PressA H Hampton Cashier- T F Phillips Y Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier 1r V N Ji half jhv t7 a flygifolai biU down on the ioiftHlhefdre lam When Forknti nl1ittil Ui1fiJr the- muidct l UL IIlggardwtestified tltttt lie mell11 on tht esl rt- ruadrfitaar iron JCJds on the tnorii- veil of I uu Jtr bit file i ese h mthliYt ho TNf J1 b lits- uthimhnttI1 l tU ihJhnd4tt14ntlitWUitl lt ruA1tvhi hc was snmg Forlaioi for wages due his son and that lie was going to kill him That he missed him as he was going up the road but he would get him as he came back Howard stated in his testimony on the stand Friday that this was not the truth and he had lied on the witness stand Mrs Joe Howard Mr T Q haggard Miss Ruth Haggard S D Chism Mr George Fox George Pope Mr Jas Kimbrell Mr Caswell Goff Mr Zuck Pace were ils6 iillroduced as witnesses for the ommoTiwqaltli- The Commouweatlh closed aT noon Fiidhy tndHlre defense will be in its testimony imraediatclx rlftcrdinncr Tic uj will not getthe Baseuntil Satitixlay afternoon asrtbe defense dais a larire number of witnesses here NOTHING LIKE THAT NOW Professor Points Out That Ignorance and Illiteracy of Past Is All Vanished The late Prof William P Blake whose encouraging mineralogical reports induced the United States to buy Alaska believed firmly in his coun trys future Professor Blake in a Fourth of July address that Tucson still remembers pointed out the forward strides that Arizona had made Think of the ignorance and illiteracy of the past all vanished now he said Once while out on a miner alogical trip I wandered into a court house in an Arizona village The case afoot concerned a letter The prosecution wanted this letter ad mitted in evidepce but the defence wanted It barred out Finally the judge said reluctantlyItHand the pesky thing up here and Ill decide on it So the letter was handed up to the judge and he put on his spectacles and looked at it sideways and cross wise and a loud laugh went up from the spectators What are they laughing at 1 asked the man next to me Why at the jedges bluff o 11cantwrltin wrltln y r L o SMAll FARMS 50 acres 3 miies on Paris pike to cut in 4 pieces 12 32 acres each Best land in the County See us quick if you want one Blue Grass RealtyCo THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester for many years and liave learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else COi017 Jr CUBS OR ATHLETICS metes no difference which winsheres the shoe thats the 1 World Champion In the Style League A PRINCETON for the man who likes a winner in style class and wearability McCORD a PHILLIPS I y1OPP COURT HOUSE WINCHESTER t VV b t y aw Fnurr THE WINCHESTER HEWS t r G IyOU may go around the world and visit every market you may look through the fashion centers study the appearance and the attire dfthe men of social prominence anywhere on earth you will not find clothes any better in style in quality of fabrics in good making in fit than we can hOYiiYOu and sell you right here That may seem like a big statement to make you may question the truth of it but weve got the facts and the to prove itJ Hart Schaliner tMa F xW- Crr H v 9i jP makee bestclothes in the world Every fabric they use is strictly allwool and thepatterns they sflect are not sold to any other maker they use enough of+anW of them to warrant the weavers jn making h exclusively for them k The clothes are made in the most perfectly equipped and appointed shop in the world not contract shops but operated directly by Hart Sehaffner Marx The 1 styles are created not merely imitations on the contrary many other makers of clothes and custom tailors quite commonly copy the styles and models deigned by 1 Hart Schaffner Marx The clothes fit well they look as if they were made for you We sell these clothes and we know that any man we fit in a Hart Schaffnef Marx suit is as well dress as any Jhn on the most fashionable avenue in the world 1 The new fall suits and overcoats are readyIn suits new weaves colorings patens themw SMfemaker model is a wonderful development in clothesmak ing the best idea in the cut of clothes thats been seen in fifty years It gives the wearer a good figure chest oa shoulders back deep breathing You may thfnk clothes cant be made to dp that UVe 11 show you See the S pel maker see the new smart styles in overcoats AriyHay 4 v i t j 2 SUITS 20 to nr 3eto530L t Dont think this is past newspaper talk but come and see We are always glad to show you whether you buy or noti You willdin d we have just the suit or over t coat that you wont and at the price you want See our line of Shoes Hats in fact anything you want that is carried by any clothing store tl They Store T a t Will Say e You ttJ one y J VIC BLOOFIELD i i Is store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes k H iJSS l i l- tt c it3lYar ay TtTHE iWINCHES1Eft lR1dEWSraUP ge Five EPoETi ERWodbuS fRMANN RECltAill i Reserved Seats on sale at Phillips Drug Co ft General Admission 516 Students and music pupils 50c if tickets are pur cliased in advance o dIj rJ h1V1IJr I t s g We Are Noyv Placing j ii On iIesl our entire stock pijjncalieij For Tailor Made Suits which we have accttmulsu 1 ted duringtle last 3 uiontlsand this gOpdfiilGfijlf the driginaltOST Every one of the suits are Well tailoredand made in our own shop rigk here in Winchester Come in and take a look we guar antee to fit you Thisis a great chance to save money QurstQck of Woolens is the finesti we ever carried and we want to make you your Suit or Overcoat or both You are Welcome to ItiOk whether you buy or not Are You Comin- gReFRANK Jones Block North Main Street We Press Our Clothes for one year Free of Charge JDr UIRI KILLS A MURDERER h Amerciless murderer is Appcndi curs with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prej vcntion They gently stimulate stomj 1thrcilisf curing Conslipa HquJPftMt aeIj Bilioiifcncss Chills 25cat all drug gifts Protecting Oyster Beds The London Lancet says that Eng lash oyster beds are now being very carefully protected from sewage con tamination whereas few foreign beds receive this protection Sez us for fire lirick arid all sizes of fire backs J R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY COMPANY I02l3t f NEW BAKERY IWe will start a nev bakery at No 9 East Broadway adwill furnish the freshest arfd bej brc c1cakes pies and everytliing to be foum nl hadlarge elofice Both phones No 342 The E R Baketi Company luistf OVER QIJEB- HAILBURK ORESTS Ont let 21liebahbnii Germania via seep Thurs day Hying over lisk eei and dis anponrcd in the for of Northern Quebec t TRAVELER KICKS ON COOK Declares Continental Cooking Is No Longer Unchallenged as to Its Excellence Continental cooking is no longer uni challenged as to its excellence It is charged with being unequal partialv intltsA traveler who evidently deems lit prudent to remain anonymous writ ing for tU LadYs Realm complains that in continental Is almost impossible to get aood dish of mashed potatoes that plain stewed matoes and green peas are unknown although many sauces ar flavored with the former and the latter lare used continually as mere culinary omnipresent and so Is cauliflower which the waiter admits is the one vegetable they managed to cook well IIf one Is a vegetarIanand this writer lays himself open to the suspi indeedIHflower one hasa recourse to bread and fruit Bualas the bread is so hard it breaks theteeth and the fruit maltdsjone long for home orchards The native apples are dry and taste inferiorIbe compared with our own The last hope or all diners is coffee vegetariani seldomIhe Is forced td admit that it must be at least twothirds chickory J t traveler may his jqurneyiibei vrliortand may he return truck farm before his pas andrbeans and corn and tomatoes are all gong so that he nrayreYeTainvegetable hash ivnd tbDirh dinners the rest of the season SCarriage Makes for Beauty A gfacefiil dignified carriage undoubtedly sets off beautiful clothes There is little use in having them If NoyButclot thanIperfectlnia at no claim to beaus paJ9fcftrjy oneslel Ypll mo ninipan q trand rj ht indo MId 9uq tn B lhost l i i ty e5S ak- iptliers e trgot thtbetijty tllatdoesno- exist t and to make the b impression possible everywhere That is surely worth while Avoiding Extremes I dpnjt care to employ a young man who swears Inerer use profanity SirJ I On ther other htsld doiit watn cleric lt says Oh fudge f r I iII DBHAMPION15 Ptestdeo IIs VicePresident Cashier I R0 ICashier Clark COurtlY National Bank Established 1865 f ccounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on Points I Crpital and Surplus- S350OOOOO t Want Any Coal Today IEvcryany is we coal receive day ll mallil coal Perhaps this is the intended to order Let us fill went for all your coal purpose- Our teams go to every point in th city and suburbs Watch for ou name on the wagons Let it be a reminder that here is the best place to buy coalBEDFORD TUTTLE Bott Phones 305 u l cMRT a CHICAGO JQct WWHEAT We think it rai tl u as a safe statement that tncre hill beno per raanent rccoveornr viiCjU presssure nbot bt1sidiI rtnOi ifij by local shUWS TliomiMket hail ben such ajfefybnfrglUaCb thatliiany shot nl t b i credivit110111 lll r iS1lrtyr l i1e t ipty YCilueel tltc hiclti- s o cru JP lieloCctdttr t lOa considerable If wheat tyiie r nett Lthisiota lower level if iVrjjentine crop news continues asindircatcd in late cables av CORN Many shOtwhoyoverci Slay corn well imdce 5v cents art holding out of the market for chanqe to put short lines out agar at soinethiug over 50 reins They may possibly set such an opportunity il the unsettled weather becomes xen oral and continues for a time Sucl conditions as shown on the map llii morning cloudy wittr light rains fo the corn States can do no hajTii be yond delaying shipments a little Oi strong swell wcwqiuldtake the sell 11 side VjV OATSAltosetner tit looks lik too much otftS and run little demnnr aril the market is likely to show fur ther AVefikne when com declines ji pRbisnoxs 1S991 hu s oia tile J11trklj r 19 00cstimiici it ltiOli lat3 year Tradetiaarr stillfuyijviyLiG rtelHujr of lrVJf1r t inr unit will1i0 Pofecd the young crop will give sit good move later on billion late to pgtiutc the January produeiBohof these futures are oversold The bulk of selling yesterday was by fillers Cast trade is only fair ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Oct 20Cnttle receipts 7500 steady beeves h1G0ri- 7S5 Texas steers t40 570 wis ern steers r11 d j 5 fioIHr biI eC t2 i t h3- lIog J jlnmlQtJo tel celftra11 tC lt S a rcceljls4r 250431It tern 27n 4r2a yearlings r42 tFj40 native la riilis t4p07 wes erh 47oRfj8j ClNCINNATI Oct 0 Cattl6 eipts 7SOjslow Jiiii 4p good ship hers i510 l 2u e roant2i ii 350 riogi5Wc4eTpt 3f28 deli l to 20 lent lo titejlelts inClippers 910 Wt or lGiL S 55 Sheep reeeijIfP tLt slots wcnfl 0 JHml Oh tth MISERy AND BACKACHE VANISHES A Few Doses Make Kidneys Act Finn Ending Backache Bladder ant Urinary Misery If your kidneys are disordered suffer ivith backache orbladdei misery a few doses ofPape Diuret ic now will effect ji dire Put an end to lei d hey trouble while it ifi limy itrmjblOfj beforc itxdQjelopf itno Dropsy Diabetes Gravelof Frights Disease The moment you suspect any kid ney bladder or urinary disorder 01 feela dull constant Backache 01 the urine is thick cloudy offensive 01 fullof sediment irregular of passage or attended by a scalding iscnsation begin taking apes Dietiretic as di rected with the knowledge that then is no otfeer medicine at any price made anywhere else in the world lrhich is so brainless or will effec so thorough and prompt a cure Panes Diuretic acts directly iipor the kidneys bladder and urinary system cleans heals and regulates these organs ducts and glands aiK completes the cuc within si feu Pains in the b lionsfrlicmmntietwingesProstatie trouble debilitating Shelhdrichc bebYou ness dizziness weakness bilious stomach sjceplassncss iiifiamcd or piiity eye lids wornout feeling and many other symptoms caused by clogged inac tive kidneys promptly vanish Pre opuent painiui auu uncomroiiame urination flue to u weak or irjitable bladder is overcome fm ysiciran pharmacit tanh er dig any mercantile i e l rwm vouch for the responsibility of Pape Tliompsoii Pap Gom1any of Cin PnpeDinretis50ccnt treatment sold by cvtfrv ttocldtAUDITORIUM THEATRE A nice box of candy4vyill be given to each chijdtliat purjchascs a ticket at the ton tinee Sattudayafternoona 2 30 pari 1018ilter t eaks Increaser Your Gas Bill If you have faulty leaky gas or fixtures your gas bill will yon If you let air WOlCyI lumber do your wail youll hay for more gas Mum yotir burn Dont pay for the leaks foiill not have to if you let us do your work because there will be no tanks EV ficient service and low prices Let us put in your gas pipes and fixtures SAM THOS BOONE 29 West Broadway Egg kisses lady fingers almond macaroons angel food cakes at The Winchester Bakery Jv 102121 r Notice to Taxpayers IUtRpn tit a few more days be nellaVOidax am of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully- W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf ICapital 5100 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 1 l e THE ft Winchestet Ban rhitl ftWIlij HWITHERSOQN t President WoRSPHAR P Cashier jt 4 41o SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS II FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a largo number of poor sufferers whose lungs are tore and racked with coughs are urged to another climate But this is cosi t and not always sure Theres a bet ter way Let Dr Kings New Dis covert cure you at home It cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Calamine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in height Its surely the King ofall coughand lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippc Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles 50c mid 100 Trial bottle free Sold by all drugpists COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days county courts are held each month in coun tics near Clark county Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayBath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Dunville 3rd Monday Brcithitr Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Payette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant William to 1 2nd Monday Harrison Cyntliiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nielrolasville 3rd Mon day jiIfec Beattyville 4th Monday = Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday MondMiasonlaysyille Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Steiling 3rd 1101- 1lay Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Qwenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st roI Powell Stanton 1st Monday daytWboUfoVa Versailles 4tb Mondarc J Classified Advertisements Ic a word fcr a sings mserficr1 2c a word for three consecutive In sertionsc for each additional sertion IOc a word per month Scattered insertions ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged en hooks for less than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We arc bavin calls every day for farms of all sizes and prices if you have one you vvat to sellsee or telephone us at once Oflice in McEl downey Building both phones For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office in McEIdowncy BulUdingI Home Phone 728 Insure In- STROTHERS h OLD RE1iABLEa Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Sldq Phone aysawsea FOR SALE City property two story dwelling grooms gas stable Apply to G D Fox Heal Es tate agent McEldowney Building Winchester Ivy 10173t fOIIe street Old Kentucky phone 417- s22tiF- ORISALENorthern seed J f R Martin Coal and Supply jiJJom ir pm1Y DJ f WANTED filiation as nursl fo chittan oldTlady or an invalid Home noIIh 30 be s6riccable W this office 8102tf FOR SALE Residence proper o Lexington avenue Lot G7220 centscity10133t WANTED Iinmediatelv second hand standing desk E T Lewis NcwsIWANTEDPosition as stenographer Several years experience Apply Mr Robbins News office 10Slmo FOR RENTTwo rooms at 221 lege street also 25 pounds feathers for sale flOlifit FOR SALE 20 acres improved land 3 miles from town Jl Tart 223 Moundale avenue Home phone 626 107Gtcoi FOR RENTAn 8room house 127 College street Apply to Samuel Locknane 825rtf FOR REfJT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow atonce For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton al Ectons grocery 1010tf FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Island Red cockerels Call Home phone 813A 1lO10tf y VANTED100sheep Jo graze Call on 01 phone S A Prewitt phone SS2R 1010tf FOR SALEFortysix acres of No 1 land fronting the reservoir For terms apply T W Rash U271 mo anFOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms Apply Miss Mary White 10 Haggard street 8 27tf FOR SALE About 200 good large maple trees Apply to Robert Kr Fox R IL No1 012imol FOR SALE Fivemonllisold Ptoso Cml White Leghorn Mr Chas J Scott East Ten nliono l Homcphono 010 FOR SALE OR RENT A perpetual Lesleyvn1 is office d2 lTtf WAr1TEll2O0ola lrick Clarl Tannelr i 1012tf I e i- STRAYEDFrom the faring occu Ipied by Allen 0bornesluekfcrvillc I one brown yearling colt Any information a to its whereabouts will be suitably ruwardcd Win 4 ifFORff fineiaiulply iB9 JvC Daugty 203 East S W a hinglon street B 10153tcodI FOR SALE Gas Range vs heater Igas laundrv stove with oven steely News 7ice 1014t I LOST A blue sengo romto a lads r isuit lined with blue silk Iieturu to Bobbins this ollicelS Reward 1 iirfistr FOR REf Thour root in the con ter of the town Corner of Hick man and Maple Gds and wah Ift1 Apply to Miss Eva Ppoiifih Boone 3 street 10i33t U WANTED Boarders 235 North I Main street Gas anil bath 4t 1013tf S FOR SALE 100 hogs in lots to suit fi purchasers to be delivered from I2gft5j25th of November Can J y Ujycd on prmnlses B A fl Ogden 1017tf tmf MI r FOR SALE m Phaeton in good condition Har iness almost new Will take part pay P in feed J C VAUGftT I1017iU ISand has all T L g Ttidd 333 E BToadwayr E rt10tfphone Y IApplyi loioi nt s V f U bi ompany IRELAND TOR ADO INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY r OFFICE JPhone14 IIBuick at 60000 I Call at the Winchester I Garage and get full I particulars ft PEHDLETON RUSH BUSH I 1Attcrne a at Lttf BuildingofWinchester Ky ILEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at TaW glee 5th Floor HdcKuiowney Buildup IU Special Attention to Collections fWinchester Ky r fe STEVEHSOrlIL M BiDTHE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Imachinedurability and good work Will bo ij pleased to show the latest model to tprospective purchasers Will sail either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS News office I WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS 6 athe ItWhite Pearl flour has Tio eaiml i AUDITORIUM THEATRE l iY91aA nice box of candv will Le ito cacljjjjhildttbat nifrdhaSes a ticker at the mrtinec Saturday afternoon at 230p m r 1084tI SALEn 1 We are having calls every day forIfarms of all sizes mid prices if haVe one yon wanttu sell see rfcl ephone us at once Office in SfcEI I downcy ifuilding botllpones TRACY tC STOKELY SUBSCRIBE FOUR THE NEWS II r J i i Lr ti 1I u rage Six I a THE WINCHESTER NEWS I ihBest in Clothes 1i= = t1llrgeLouis infers is reported by Ciinml FARM NO 1j0 acres 71 miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with 0 rooms 2 porches o hoj iindrfall other outbuild i Igs large ngfbr6hard in full fearinry I njiug iod Divided into four lots all bellwnteredtAllsins 9nss except Sor 10 acres Close to goo school price 0000 FARM NO 25Sacres OY2 miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good cou fiition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco lee house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib 4 Jiog houses rand other out buildings Divided into i tracts each one being well watered find every fence in first class condition Has large young orchard inu1Lbearing Close to good school find lurches and in less than a quarter ofn mile from railroad station Will all wise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390 acres CM mil saooms 2 porches stoqk barn 5acre i Sobacco barn god el4J and all out juildings all in d cln lion di yideil in 5 tractspall we1J tercd Jnnd fenced Aboiitl Jcul fyztition f TCithin onehalf mile nfion ho linrcb store and postoflicb ii ndbfieksmitll v FARM NO 460 acres 7 miles f rom Winchester onequarter mile i barn 4acrc tobacco barn ajl ueccs Iswitlipool wells and creeks All out iside fencing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass is to be found in our Fall stock of 1 AdlerRochester Clothes W- fii We know this because wd know the makers and their methods t We know that they employ the finest custom tailors in the country that they spend a small fortune each seasop on style alone that fit with them is an exactI science and is afforded even the lowest priced AdlerRochester garment that AdlerRochester cloth ex perts command the finest products of the countrys woolen millsthe handsomest patterns the richest most fashionable shades And finally we know that no other clothes are made so well nor with so little profit So it is that in AdlerRochester you not only get all that is best in clothesall that is possible bet you get the most for your money Well expect you to make prove this USI ADLERROCHESTERCLOTHES Suits and Mo 30 n Ii n n n Ii tJIlliLEAIi d1ifiVjan Pacific Railway trammel sis havi in1FFrli1ech two miles north ittttttr1 Uiuurdisw Pacific Railway rnck at ftXorta I FAR M S FOE SALE tobaci pikeTIas Vii1QtwostorJtrrnmc wnlteredrl Overcoat Price 0000 FARM NO i110acres 7 miles from Winchester tjwostoiy frame dwelling with 7 rooms Gacre tobac co h LimeAll necessary outhduses- SmJlftcnriiit house Well fenced ami tralq d Price 75 per acre SfftM NO 610 acres 5rmiles froin GoodWof 7 or 8 rooms All nee ssary outbuildings 12acre tobacco fencedluclPrice 130 per acre FARM N O 7H5 acres 3 miles iron Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grass Price 50 per acre FARM NO 826 acres 3 1A miles from Winchester on rood pike Has new Groom dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO 9i0acres 7 miles from Winchester thus twostory frame dwelling with rooms tobac co barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cul tivation balance in grass price 5 000FARM NO 10300 acres 12 mil es from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten ant house Sacre tobacco barns large stock barn and Fall necessary out buildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 71a mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barn nlllkinds1 Tracy Stokely Office hiMcEldowney Bldg Both Phones t IhroUi Commercial Club Has Offered Prizes For Exhibit of Dozen Ears During State Grange Meeting There will be a Clark county corn show during the meeting of the Stair Orange in Winchester Wednesday and 2027 AH farmers of atarkeonnty are l1iteif tlenterthe Commercial Club Thursday niS ternoon it was decided toihish tplan The club offers three prize inClnrk Of First prize 10 Second prize 5 Third prize 3 The corn will be sold at public auction after the prizes are award ed The exhibition will be held cither FraternitsBuilding Judges from out of the county will be selected In order that the corn may be properly ticketed and the display arranged it is necessary that it be brought to Mr Lewis ITamptoU secretary of the Commercial Club not later than Tuesday afternoon At the same time and place there will be a display of sheaf and fie 1JI grain by George D Karsner of Fatr IIuse kTroll Eli Dooley Abe Renick Harvey Hunt R D Hunter Howard Hanip ton Stuart Taylor and Phillip Web = ber FRENCH FLYERS ARRIVE NEW YORK Oct 2LRcne Barrier Emil Auburn Rene Simon and C Audomars French aviators arrived here Thursday on the Teutonic to take part in tlc intcrnntionalUinI hon meet at J l J fI- N Steam Navigation scienc e oJ seamanship is all but lost When only sailing vessels coursed seas seamanship meant get the most out of the wind Did you ever stop to think that a- DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGE uh 1 If q + B flu i4 Enables the housewife get the most out the gas IIII rt fI sra wr Ii 48 I ri tit u NA3 rrUIt The rotating neck valves adjustible air mixers drilled burners scientific construc tion and arrangement of oven burners triple walls with dead1 airspaces are the features that give the housewife great opportunity to cook a lot with little gas Remember that the importance of this is that it is not the cost prices but the mainten ance cost that determines the cheapness of a gas range tj A greatgJsaver like he HSSfeBGjJJl WIDsd itt a1rs fut tiel- fi fi it dt i4 r Begin Ec0l lofaltGnff tlletiAJ IBREAKS HIS ARM TWICf Homer Bruce FoirrteenYearOld Son of Mr Zena Bruce Has An other Accident Homer Bruce the 14X jitfsol Mi Zena Bruce is quite unfor tunate in haVilis1 his urn broken for the second time within tho pst few months About two inontus since he was riding his wheel from bonie on Broadway to tne store of 3tr J H Keyes Jiere he is employed when was mil inti by a buggy driven by two men which seemed to ie under the influence of liquor ITe was thrown off of the wheel and hip arm was broken andIKeyesMorestepped on a plankI which tripped and he fell landing on the weak xirm which was broken for the sec ud timeI 1 WOODFORD VISITORS 110sJonand 111 Wi 11 Edlcirj thc oad Supervisor o f fyoot1fOlaf otumz ty were here Friday They came to look over only roads They were guests of Judge Eyarts and others of the Fiscal Court R A Long a Kansas City capitalist has donated M30000 to Trau srh nin University according to an announcement luafle at that institu tion in Lexiuirtoiij Thursday Mr Long is credited Avith being the orig inatordf teBlg tJie rllood of the Dis- cIples of j THESE DAYS Of the i 4 II the w vril II iItubbl Bent Ai 1dCor e Main and Broadway PORTER FLYNN HURT rims Frank Flynn received IltI ter from her son Porter Flynn who is at school in Berea stating that he was badly injured list Friday Ills hand was cut and it was nec essary for the attending physician to take several stitches to close the wound ITS THE WORLDS BEST No one has ever made a salve oint ment or bain to comnare with Buck tens Arnica Salve Its thc one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Rands or Sprains its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at all druggists WHAT DYSPEPTICS MAY EAT Shun Products of Frying PanEat Toast In Preference to Bread Toast should be eaten In preference to bread bat brown bread Is often beneficial White fish eggs nourish ing soups and milk pudding should bo largely used spinach French boiled celery butter cream olive oilI most fruits except the very acid provided they are stewed but not sweetened too much will be found to agree with the dyspeptic There are cases however In hlch certain ordinarily digestible articles of food do not suit the patient who must make up his mind to leave them alone Potatoes are sometimes productive ol indlgestionrbut not always they are best Where there is dyspeptic the frying pan should not be used as fried foods are the most difficult of digestion The following is sim pie diet table for any one who suffers petency from dyspepsia due to gastric incom butIterDinnerSoup boiled fish with some simple sauce roast beef or lamb or chicken baked potatoes and any veg etable except cabbage Toast or stale bread Salad Fresh fruit or milk pudding TeaVery little meat bread aI potatoI 660 of h r L If 01HI t 4k c T AI G I 11 f Jt i wt high i i t l f a a t 1 r B J t t a PTRUSTEES SALE INS I BANKRUPTCY a E E I idwell entiresfock of Dugs Proprietary Medicines Chemicals Druggists Sundries Soda Fountain Cigars and To bacco and Store Fixtures To be sole at Public Auction to the highest bidder on Wednesday October 26 at 130 P M At the Store Room in the Brown assmejMgnAppraised TermsrfSal =Cash I I offFori t Lewis R Hampton John A Ryder f j Trustees In Bankruptcy PIES OF ALL KINDS Apple peach raisin and cream fresh lV ry morning at The Winc e er Bakery 1021L J THEATREiA nice box of candy will be given to each child that purchases a ticket at the matinee Saturday afternoon ato SS p m KW84t