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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ tdf ri h t J to 7 fkfil fi Jast i ion VOLUME 5 NU i4 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY qCJJBER 22 1910 E CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II SELFDEFENSE IS HIS CLAIM Charles Little in Jail at Lexington Says Crawford Fired at Him First LEXINGTON aQct 22 Charles Little convicted of killing Matt Crawford in JBreathitt and now r in jail in Lexington claims self de tense He made the following statement Shot Crawford in self defense ash f had already fired twice before Jould get my gnu in position to shoot After I had been trn himhto give me some whisky I had turned and started to get on my mule Then he jerked the door open and came out and grabbed me by the lapel and poked a pistol in my face My wife hit his hand and the first sit missed me I had been drinking and when he jerked me backward from my mule arid then shot at me I fell While was on the ground or just as I was getting up I cant say exactly which he shot me thorugh the leg By that time I had got my gun which I had itt my left hand when he grabbed me into position so that I could shoot and r began flung I dont know how many shots I fired but from what I have been told I suppose I fired three times and that all of the bullets hit him We were both shoting at the same time then and he emptied iris pistol as he held his pistol with both hands and shot as we backed away but didnt hit me nay more as I began shooting after his second shot which struck me in the legj and I suppose my first shot hit hits This shooting was all oh account of whisky Crawford and IJiad nev er had any trouble before and so far- as1 know there wasno ill feeling on either side The trouble hrtd no con nectibn with apyfeudat all I hail been drinking and wanted more whiskyarid lie would not let me have it TJiswas what started the trou ble buCl was Waving when he came ontana Shot twice at me first Then I was shooting for my life tjust as any man would do and r suppose I hit him every time r believe that my people and friends will stand by me as I killed him in selfdefense but I know his people will use all their influence against me HI dont feel any fear in going back tb Jackson as 1 dont think they have to mob mo for as I believe I was justified in shooting him after- h had shot at me twice I hope to get my ease reversed and believe that I have n chance for my life Of J course I dont know yet what Ill do but that will be decided on later with my friends FOURTH GAME IS POSTPONED Wet Ground Prevents World Series L Will Be Played Saturday in Chi go ICAGO Oct 22Wet grounds t a drizzling and intcrmitten rain caused the ppstponement of Fridays fourth schcdul worlds championship game It will be played off here Saturday Should Chicago win the fifth game will be fought out on the local grounds also A fourth victory for Philadelphia over Chicago would terminate the worlds series with a worlds record no pennant of tho kind having been i ohin four banes as yet The near est lo it was in lOOT when Chicago r vjaltd Detroit played a twelve inning tie tiie first day and then Chicago won four straight ending the series in five imesil1QU meeting Defeat Ser eral other worlds series have lasted only five games kSIXTH GAME IN PHILADELPHIA t CHICAGO Oct 22The National Commission decided that in the oven f it its necessary to play a sixth game it will be played Tuesday at Philadelphia V About two hundred persons were lined up in the ram waiting for the ticket window to open when the an iiounccment of the postposement was rihade by tho National Commission If there ianyadvnntagoto anybody in the postponement it is said tone i iI l ii I E WINCHESTER NEWS crue to tho Nationals on the theory that any possible e affecting them in their gloomy position cart be wily for Jln bqttgr Captain Chaste said a day of idleness might prove the turning pout in Hi F series Coiniie Mack acceded the incident as a mere delay of 2A hours iu annexing the worlds championship emblem TOBACCO SALES IN 3 CITIES m 1909 Pooled Tobacco Will Be Dis posed of on Breaks at Cincinnati il Louisville and Lexingtonsl LEXINGTON 1KtOct 22An nouncement was made the head quarters of the Burley Tobacco So ciety Friday evening that the mar keting of the ioha9Cq in the 1909 pool would be resumed Tuesday The Executive Committee liar com pleted arrangements by which simul toucans sales m Cincinnati and Louw tsville will be recommenced during the week Final arrangements for fUll1worledsoon as set It was not deeided in what proportion the tob ico would be allotted- to the three mar ets Through the L xington Commercial Club and in rcsi onse to the sugges tion of one of ts committees thel local warehouse have mode a free tender of their oors for the sales It here and the invi ation was promptly accepted by the Kxecutive Committee of the Burley Society The method of ale will donfprm to that in vogue on the CincimmtL and Lxiuttsville break Tltis involves actual inspection of the hogsheads and meets all exec ions of the buyers Official announcement of tile sale will be sent out from the Burley offices test Saturday PART SOLD A7 2ttiii1iA31 CINCINNATI 0 Oct 22ontracts were signed Friday at a meet ing of Cincinnati tobacco wn rehousea men and a cp nmittee from the BurIII ley Tobacco Societl whereby 40000 000 pounds of the lOOn crop will be oldon the Cincinnati breaks The Burley Society committee met tobacco warehousemen at the Globe warehouse 7 West Front street and notified warehouse representatives that they had agreed to a proposition them ttio 5 a n The SKyL Sanders of Flemingsburg Ky The Burley Society pool controlled about 80000000 pounds of the 1909 crop The tobacco that will not be sent to the Cincinnati breaks will be sold at Louisville and Lexington Ky MOST OF BOURBON CROP SOLD PARIS Ky Oct f22Threc fourths of the 1910 crop of tobacco grown in Bourbon county has heClIE sold at prices ranging from 10 Jcents changing or pound the bulk of the crop hands at about an average of 12 cents per pound Buyers are still in tit emarkot and sales arc be ing made daily FLEMING CROPS ARE SOLD FLEMINGSBURG Ky Oct 22tMany of the farmers have sold their tobacco in the past few days most of them getting aboutj 12 cents None of them overt13 cents andn few of them not get over 10 cents NOBLE mm s SINKS TO REST Life of Mrs Edith Mi1tlComeston Vti 1 ru Close Jtr Years ot1 Usefulness and Gentleness Mrs Edith Mize ngedGD years died at her home in Lexington Thurs day afternoon r AR had not been well for some time hut wa- sthouj1ttohe improving 0n the day rhcfqeath her Jiealth suet spirit S had bsetrhl months She dro d dpad iii the doorway o1 tier hOlRF Mrs Mize is siitt ivedl y five dauiters 1St asitinhtoDrk n t county IrsT Day of Little Rock Ark and Mrs A P Hale and Mrs Catherine Haggard of Lexington also two sons W O Mize of Clark county and John Mize of Powell COl1l tuncl one sister tics Sarah Shinfessel of this county one broth er J llanglrt of Phoenix Aii zonaI5 city is a granddaughter Mrs Mize formerly lived in this city She way a ladof splendid character and gentle disposition Her children culled her blessed and their devotion to their mother was a thing beautiful to sec The serenity of hront and expression iii death as in life ren ined the same Her faith was cer hun and her hope was sure The remains will be brought totJ Winchester r und the funeral proces ion will be met at the cemetery by friends here Services will be conducted at the grave by Rev T MacNeill at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon SHERWOOD TOII APPEAR OCT 21 Noted Pianist to Play in Winchester Next Thursday Assisted By Miss Listemann Mr William II Sherwood will ap r at the of Kentucky Yes leyanCcillege October 27 Mr Slier wood is Americas foremost pianist will bean exceptional opportunity for a town the size of Winchester ty Mr Sherwood will be assisted by Miss Virginia Listemann a noted soprano Here are a few newspaper corn eats on Mr Sherwood An artist of great breadth and force Baltimore Sun One of the best virtuoso that Amei has ever produced New York Tribune He has dash fire and brilliancy is forceful card inteiise with purity ot gin tone and limpid clearness Chicago Daily Newt Wonderful dreaminess of touch tone He showed the poetic le of the true artistCleveland Plain Dealer No pianist was ever given a more sMntaiieous and vigorous outburst of applause in this city Kansas City Journal He can stand side by side with the best livingpianistsBerlin Germany Royal Prussian Anzeiger Of OLEIKATEMPLE I Many Winchester Men Are Attending Ceremonial Session in Lexington io Saturday on Messrs James A Powell j A Ben Bartlett J W Wheeler E Grubbs and John Jenkins lot Saturday morning for Lexington to attend the ceremonial session o Oleika Temple The session will b e held in Auditorium in that city beginning at 230 oclock irS the afternoon After the session a banquet will be given by the Lexington chap er in honor of the visiting members it AUDITORIUMw A splendid bill was cffercd by tin Auditorium theatre Friday Smith and Sumner who were out Ins reason with the musical comedy Time Place and the Girltle pre eating n comedy sketch that is very interesting und has the best closing song of any act that has ever appear ed at the local theatre Another good act is Foley and holey in a buck wing and clog dancing act and in the a future all dancing acts will have go some to beat those two boys a they have everything their own way These two excellent acts will give two coilperformanceCnection with two pictures that hay c been selected PANAMA LIBEL SUIT TO CAME UP MONDAY WASHINGTON Oct 22Vhell the socalled Panama libel suit of the United States against the Press Publishing Company of New York Vflsicnited for argument Friday in the Supreme Court of the United States the attorneys concerned ob silted i1 postponement until Monday I J ff MISS LENEVE WASINSIAllfD Dr Grippes London Moire Twen tyFour Hours After His Wife Dis appeared lLONDON Ciippeiltefact showing that his wife ha left his house alive He said h e snposed she had gone to Bruce Mill her professional acquaintance who lives in Chicago anal he made no inquiries The witness said lie last saw his wife on the morning of February I i The witness suggested it was pos Bible the human pjirts fuuiIwill Jhe cellar of his home were liere I period pf absence of him sand wife It develop l during crossexamination that no time was lot in establishing Ethel Le nevc the doctors typist in the Hill drop Crescent iconic Crippen admit ted that Miss Ljeftcve had slept inI the house on Ji1phllI11Y 2 i Ytlis 24 hours after his w fehudtlisalpenrccI- rhc witness said he resolved togo away July 9 after realizing that suspicion was directed against him The climax was reached in the sensational Crippen murder cause Thursday afternoon wlcnDl II H Crippen took the witness stand t refute the charges that he trod mur ppenilltypist A day of dramatic incidents in the case was reached when the djpfensr called the little prisoner to the witness chair Crippeii appearedcolic and sclfpossesed The women spec tators regarded the defiant little prisoner with peculiar interest Crippen sank into the witness chub and folded his bands in his lap He looked calmly toward the counsel table waiting for the ordeal to be Hioire was clear and pene rating as he answered the perfunc tory questions as te his name Soul age and place of residence Are you an experienprd and roc tical surgeon 1usked the examiner I am not replied Crippen have taken a course in surgery but was purely theoretical and was not followed by actual practice Crippen said that he had neve performed a postmortem operation lading that he did not believe he could Crippen admitted that he lied concerning his wifes disappearance said those thins to cover up tlu scandal for boUiour sakes said the witness It is true tan of the things I staid Avere false She repeatedly threatened to leave me telling me that She W1n l go to Amer cat to join Bruce Miller I last saw lei on January 31 of this year and believed she fled to America To avoid scandal I concocted a story that slit had gone to Amenc attend to certain private business for me in California and that whlVt her WilY across the American con tinent she had died and had been in berated there tOn the Monday night before I wrote a letter in her name to tin posiition as Treasurer Mr and tics Pan Martnetti came to our house for din tier After they left my wife abused me for not showi otternion and said This is the finish of I wont stand it longer I leave you t morronncl you ill never hear of me again I went to business next mornm g and when I came home between 5 qnd lieutt put an adrem In t the was dead as I thought that would prevent people asking me a lot o questions It is true that I was at the benevo lent fund dinner at the Criterion Cht with Miss Lenevoand that sbe wore brooch my wife left Behind She 5cLe endsI had known her when she was em ployed with other firms for which r worked for the past eight years RHODES SCHOLARSHIP EXAMS OCTOBER 2 ru The examination papers for th Cecil Rhodes jliolaslliJsto Oxford University arc being arranged by the Bureau of Education at 11ashtti and the examinations wilt be held frt every State iit lice United States 0 tober 25 and 26V Each state is allowed to send two students erery aai and cacti K successful candidate reQeives liobO a w v year for a period of three years t cover his expenses while in England The examination for Kentucky be held at State University and the presidents of State University Trap sylvania Central Georgetown mill Kentucky Wesleyan will act as the Boardof Examiners PEOPLESFORUMA NewsedThank you for your editorial sup port a portion of my renijirks re Gently in The News on mountain trade as a Winchester asset and a general endorsement ofall of it but is in Winchester except the editor o The News sufficiently interested to do a little talking in print for the promulgation of the idea that mounr tain trade is a Winchester asset There certainly must be somebody in the town except the editor who knows that it is and why doesnt le come to the front and do what he canto enlighten the ignorant Lots of them are ignorant all rigliit be LHmethe same look of wonderment and doubt in their eyes that in these days r see in the eyes ofa New Yorker a when I tell him that most of thet United States is west of the Hudson River and that there ict1ly and to truly a Kentucky other than that which he knows in Manhattan hartrooms It is scarcely supppseable old certainly not excusable that there are men in Wincehster who have not yet waked up to the value of what is at their doors waiting forA them but it is a fact and the deplorable because it isa fact For of that reason every man in the town who is awake or is waking should out before the public what he knows ind what he believes in and start the hole community going That is one f the purposes of a newspaper and alien it is a daily and publicity may he promoted every 24 hours it is a uositive discredit to those who ne glect the opportunity Possibly UH Commercial Club does itswork sil catty but right now and here is eat chance to make a noise like nountain trade for Winchester and make it so loud that competitors wilt be scared awny I should not criticise adversely the editorial in The News supporting my statements but 1 must to the extent jf saying that you almost full into he mistake trade by Kentuckiaiis who are dreamers when you cite the Instance of the western town giving i bonus of 100d00nud a site worth is much more to secure a large man afactnring plant It is just such large plants as this that would harm a town like Winchester more than it would do good It is too big for the dud of country in which Winchester s situated What Winchester should tare are numerous small plants It night Rive 100000 to secure them Jut it should be done in parts of sa j B10000 each proportionately as nuch to a small plant as the whop gum would be to the large one The large plant in a town too small for it soon make sthe whole commun ty dependent upon it and according is it stops or goes the community iiicAshland when its only manufacturing olant was the Ashland Coal and Iro Company and later the Norton IronI Works came On them depended tli whole business and spirit of the uid when they stopped everything topped The people trade then plans for the future by what the Ash land Furnace or the Norton would lo and when work was entirely laid oy general business came to a stand still and the place was like Sunday With a number of smaller plants such i condition is not possible for some timefand the stoppage one or few days or even weeks will have n generatlmunity With this explanation hope you will pardon the criticism mdtto after the little ones leaving the big ones to look out for them selves In conclusion let me repeat that chat Winchester needs first and most is gets business manager When she the tight kind of a one and he 5gets a move on in the right direction something will be doing and not bee foreYoursW J LAMPTON New York October 20th A heavy snow fell throughout tLe thce fall of two ingles breaking all rev ords for October The snow is ac comported by cold weather while h prevails throughout the Panhandle Se y DYING FROM HIS WOUNDS After Three Years Henry Bennett Suffers From Attack of Night Rid ers PADUCAH Ky Oct 22Artcr nearly three yearsof suffering re suiting from terrible abuse by alleged night riders raid from brooding over the humiliation of haying been taken from his home at the dead of 1night stripped of clothing and whip Benffrom Paducah is reported in a Criti cal state at his home there according- to messages received by relatives of Bennett in this city Bennett was a prominent farmer of Dycusburg and owner oft tobacco rehandling house when the night rid er war opened It is said that he paid no attention to notices sent him bybunccs the night of February 3 1908 band of masked men forced an en into Bennetts home and drugged him from led He was hurried the woods and stripped to the waist Then swung by brawny men several switches that had been cut from thorn trees were worn out on his back which was lacerated and torn in dozens of places by the thorns He was then freed and suc in crawling back to iris home few days later he came to Paducah for treatment and was in the care Paducah physicians for severs weeks He never fully recovered jthouhmanhood he soon became a physical to wreck A few days ago his condition became evilest and his death is mom entarily expected rt STATE PAYS- ITS PRO RATA J School Treasurer Baldwin Receives a Check From Superintendent Lan fer For 126099atv Superintendent J E Lanier Sat urday morning delivered a check from the State to Mr A R Baldwin treasurer of the Board of Education for the city teachers salaries Thetl amount of the check teas 126099 In 100 DESKS FOR THE COUNIY SCHOOLS o Have Arrived and Were Distributed to the Trustees on Saturday in Various Districts The desks ordered some time ago EducfI1Hon disntributed to the trustees in the vari districts There were one hun Ldred in all and this number will enable all the schools to scat the pupils comfortably NEW MEXICO WILL CLAIM 200 SQUARE MILES IN TEXAS SANTE FE N M Oct 22Tli Committee on Boundary of the et Afexicp constitutional convention Friday decided to report that tin 103rd meridan is true histories TexaslTexasIBRANCH PLANT IN LEXINGTON MrG L Wainscott of This City to Have New Factory in Fayette Capital Mr G L Wainscott ofthis city manufacturer ofthe Roxa Kojsjjtclrink lists begun to branch outfjh this bus iness and next wec VrUJf a branciiactor3 nLSone r C T 1ullui w cot s 4 i i WEATHER Fair Tonight with Frest SundaY Fair L ducting a pop factory at Campbell villee for a number of years Jjls moved Isis plant to Lexingtonaal will bottle Roxa Kola almost ei elusively Mr Wainscott will begin putting out a new drink in a tisvr days which will be very pppularin the clubs especially at Lexington and this will also be bottled at the Lexington iron- icFLOYDBYRD TON SPEAK MONDAY n iiWillCounty at the Courthouse in Win Chester at p nj K Mr Floyd By rd arrivedtlslome Saturday afternoon after a ham week the mountains whoro hg hag been speaking in behalf of his can = didacy for Congress in the Tel lli district He will spend Sunday jn resting and Monday will talk to liiS home people He is scheduled tW speak at the courthouse in Winch ter Monday afternoon at 1 Clock MAY NOT BE i ABLEJHGIlEl Charles Forkner benfes on Witness Stand That He Procured Howard to Testify FalselySO RICHMOND Ky Oct ftATn- oon Saturday it secni d tfi at th ury in time case of the Comnionweajifif s Charles Forkner would be unable agree The testimony torthede feJle traS begun iq ec ately 9fttr noon adjournment Frioay 1 or J r was the firstto testify and he deaiijd- that he ever procured Iioward tote titycnd he denied that he eveivplOr cured Howard to testify falelyf fbY JiHScott of Fayette c t and tics rK J Embry John I IlaldtrjnThos Vaughn of InrJ oncounty ao Messrs II G Garrett Joltn1 Y Swope N IT Witherspoon Caswell Goff John G Wluten 1f Scolice A B Hampton of coup All the above test n Glik lic- echaracter of Mr rkn is on trial The taking of the dcfens testi mony was completed lace in the af and in order that the tri atF could be finished this week the court Friday night and the counsel for two sides presented their meats Four speeches were sear Friday night and two Saturday DlorJIr inn The case went to the jury at 1 V clock and at 1 oclock they had nbb agreed Coleman Wallace of this mil for the defense opened the ai gument followed by Judge Rice fay the Commonwealth Hon J M Steyj enson of Winchester for the tense and Mr 0 P Jackson for this Commonwealth followed and Satur itfCommonwcalth DEWEYS COLLIER The Zafiro Fampus For ManilaS y Fight is Sold to Me ico1t 22Atm- irnl SEATTLE Wash Oct Deweys old steamer Zafi Jwhich carried the coil supply for The American fleet at the battle of Manijk Bay has been sold to the Mexican raricrnGwell1mcnt TOO LUTE III CVLASSV FY r YWANTEDAstove Call Home phone 848Af- 1022GU 4r v FOR SALEA mahogany folding lied and Radiant Name Heater either coal or gasPhone No ala- i10223t t Jr ILOSTA small mttlesD k put5e an Highland street Return to Mrs Hampton Bush 1 022ntt FOR RENTTwo front rooms Apply Mrs Barney Campbell 4fl Winn avenue 1022Gr LOST On Main street or Lexington avenue solid gold beaded Beauty pIl ttlrnt n E RUpl r oce Reward 1022tfjH t t Jl j I7J I kw r F L i YA 1J tiii1 T t aCr r V a P THE WINCHESTER MEWS JIr j S el n P tPubHifiedfiy ffie 11Itttcl sier 1eW1 Co 4 Iheotporat imt IQj ItiootiftU1 Stotf WiftenesteY Ktiftugcy rDaHy Except Sunday Entered as Secondclass matter November 28 190S at the post ftiCEf in Winchester entudlry1 undieif the dot of Mtreh 31519i h ra 1 III Ir 1hiSCft pfiON RAtES rBy Mall Daily one year 300 Six Months L 150 OttMont h n n t 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING HATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Three timesf within one week 50 One week continuously 1 00 Ope calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 1801FIrReading Notice Per noticeboay1ypePure 7c15e Three continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertiqnlany edition It1 Three insertions Continuously 2f Bach JJiree additional msertionsl2c One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10words No item charged on books f01 less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL tiFftfcES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES SATURDAY aTQgJER 22r J9JQ ar f MEDICAL RESEARCH Mr R6ekefclfersadlitional gift to the Institute of Medical Research of which he tugs the fouurler will enable that institution to engage pr4ct eUly in the wok Sot Which it was de signed on fan ample scale mid with abundant resources and it will also call attention 4pthe importance of that work jand the need which there is of its promotion through generous ly endowed establishments like this The story of medical and surgical progress i3 n brilliant one because of the great things which have been achieved but it is perhaps roost fAA nifcant in its suggestion of the many more great things which are yet to be 1um1 which are for their- nehievemel dependentiupon t elaborate and powerful insttfttr tipus In Bpite of all that lias been accomplished So much to do so lit tIe done The story of achievement is in some degree a reproach to the world foidooJ heroesrof research to do their invaluable work with little aid and in the face of difficulties find under the handicap of poverty Millions Inwe been freely and worthil bestowed on bos pita Is and schools of medicine brif until now little on institutions which are l1lcdclto equip the hospitals with methods and the schools with know ledge There would he comparatively litfle profit in operating and teaching according to th incomplete iuforma tino of years ago Probably inno other department of human knowi peruse is there is mueb remaining to be learned its in that which deals with tho myi tert of human Ife and with h Gtiugeand prqlonging it This leniining cannot be acquired to thebetrdnntng in either the ordinary hospitals or schools They nrpsiifllciciptly occupied with tasks of applying andof teaching the re sults of research without engaging greatly in research themselves It is true that important discoveries liars been ma4cby operators in hospitnb and teachers in schools the value of 2itftffulake f tltlle discbverics which lie to be made itfyriStitiitions and amid WINCHESTER 1NCOItPOR7lTil MANUFACTURING CO b t f it J tt t1onll pcvcii l froi t The work of reserfreli is separate and distinct and it is fundamental in l its importance rnd the further if is carried the more costly it becomes hid also the more precious uluU the world owes to Louis Pasteur issues timable and so is what it owes to his nwcssors who teby ollovins dehis illustrious exam done so miieh to conquer cholera diptlieria buhoii ie plague typhoid the misnamecr malaria yellow fever teta nusiu berculosis and other ills There cats Je no more beneficierit work thou to bestow on gifted and devoted men like those every possible opportunity and facility for continuing their work until the knowledge an dlhe means of conquering n pir not quite all diseases are placed at the service of all practitioners and teachers of the healing art PERRYGRAPHS The best wiiy to Reepwfrom Tnak ing enemies is to say nothing write tiothihg and do nothing =There is always acontest between i tight and wrong Wrong nay win for i time but right prevails nHie eiidV A mot in plaint h18 bceii tit reste for stealing a polecat The latest fibni Mr Biyan is the fear that Mr Jposeyelt win be mnd- hint Married women halve more respect for old maids than old maids have for each other TrcHletiyiiJK 4o kill fish Ulrich Beyer near Paducah was killed by nj c elision otthe dynrtmite that In Was using WC are not a hypocrite therefore cannot express any wo of sorrow Its no use looking for Iroublev Plenty of it will come without looking Did you ever notice how few of the school graduates can spellcar fcctly A grain of coinmon sense is w01 more than an itof book lea rn iug There is nothing wrong in being afraid of our shadow We may be our own worst enemy fiREATIIITI COUNTY IK 15 ARHD ta fr Jack Noble is Arrested By Officer jBoorfcofi a Charge ot Drunken ness Jake Noble another Rreathilt county man fell into the hands of the law in thi seSty Saturday morning NoWe came to Windiester late Friday night Saturday morning lie wits found in Bucktown drunk and creating a disturbance by oflieer Boone who arrested him FRESCO MEET NEXT SAN FRANcisco Octr22 An international aviation meet will beheld hi this city within the next fotr months aecoidin to a deeisioi reached Friday at a conference of business men amt the officers df flue Pacific Aero Club it is fotpraise a fund of f7o000 A Committee was appointed to procure a date from the international federation of Aero Clhhsi WANTED FARMS FOR SALE if 1 i t We are forrfarms of all sizes and prices if you have one yon want to sell see or telephone ns at once Office in 5fcjEl downcy Building i both phones TRACY STOYCELY Erg kisses Jadv flrijjersj almond maearoons angel food cakes at A The Windfiesfer BSkery r jO 212t- i I 45 faTENERSi S3illgIJ any gdof 1islthat doesnt htveaj hoard so many niiie things said about tatr Dumber by experienced builders tjluvt wo have become used to them There must lc a reason for these complimeirts Asil1gletrirlof our lumber will reveal it to Y0l1j LUMBER CHICAGO WOMEN REGISTER trlsIte10 fthe Election Board The votes of those flirts enrolled may be east next month for candidates for Trustees of the University of Illinoisl A CORNER tJN GOOD THINGS flier e is notHinpfbetter than good bread we have if Our customers say our bread is the best what day ou1 morningthe 10212t- STUMACIIWSIRFSS AND DtffiftU 10 Heartburn Gas and Indigestion Vast ish and Your Stomach Fees Fine in IFivd Minutes hiI1 YO1l1rae tioii or some form ot Stomach trouble donjt you keep some 1iiiiietisi11 in the house handy This harmless hl digesthanyfhing you can eat without the lightest discomfort and overcome a sour gassy Stomach five minutes ifter Tell your phaiinacist fo let you read the formula plainly printed on Diadpcp you readily see why t makes Indigestion Sour Stomach Heartburn and other distress go iii oncecn as Uclchiiig of Kruotatiojisiof sour undigested food au pa Headaches Dizziness Con siption rml other Stoiiuveh disor tIers Sonic lolls hire triedso hll1rtlJ find relief from Indigestion and Dy spepsia or an oiitofoiiler stomach with the common evcryilay CUQ advertised tlial lieu hate iiboiit niiHlo lip theirntiiulihat they have somc tIling else wrong or believe theirs is a hire of Nervousness Gastritis Cfltirrh of the Stomacli or Cancer THis no doubt is a serious mis take lour real trouble is i liat yon eat hoes not direst instead it for hients mind souis turns to acid Gas and Stomach poison which pntfefy in the digestive tract imtliiiitestines withrnartseousodors A bcnrty appetite with thorongh digestion and without the slightest discomfortor miseryif the Stomach is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Papes Diapepsin THE AUDITORIUMIncorporated 1 The only continuous Show House in the City One performance night ly at 8oclock except Saturday when there ate two Shows change Monday Wednesday and Friday Nights Two reels of moving pictures ghtFRrOAVAIlD 22SOE FOLEY Buck WS arid Clog banters SMITH SUMNER FromMuisical Comedy last seas onTime Place Girl IfIThen Girl1 Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admissipn 10 cents to all parts of house TJo Reserved Seats BLOOMFIELD Ie RATLIFF PROPRIETORS MARKET c CHTCAGO Oct 21WHEATtThe bulls are going on the theory that the persistent short selling for several weeks can be made goo l with shell covering us was reported the lust few days They stay make the etting that important been covered almost lmistlkeorfr were workin lowerr g more than i ternMj in the decline Some fst were active h tbs 1rvC5t III THESE IJ1YS fSteamNavigationthe science J fJi otlost fa t a rT When only sailing vessels coursed the seas seamanshipliii t t J h ftfa 1f 4 T f meant get the most out of the wind r ff f id you ever st pto thinit that a J DETROIT JEWEL IJrr 41i GAS RkNGEJ J e get the most r r The otating high neck Valves adjustible air drilled burners scientific construe Vy7 lion and arrangement of oven burners triple walls with dead arrspaces are the features V that give the housewife great opportunity cook a lot with little Remember that the importance of this is it is not the cost prices but the mainten t ante cost determines the cheapness of a gas range j great gas like the DETRtOT JEWEL soon pays itself Begin Economy Today i l Them At i 1 f r oj r li t k PAW UP a Funtf 20000 O- OIu ottr short of a fe v years we have bult up a busi ness of whicH we are justly We are pleased with our because of the volume which it has already attained and the for its future grbvtli We are we have a reputa tion for fa r dealing with our customers and friends And roe are glad that our are in all parts of the city and county and that We number our customers among the humblest a well the rich We would Tike very much to have enlisted as of our ustomers and Cordial igate our facilities for doing aft nki business JOHN Gashierf JwU BROWN Pros Lr B V Pros buying side and the upturn wrs due in the opinion of many bears NW Liverpool fair to follow the strong turn It may be well to go a piffle slow on telling wheat short qn bulges for the present until the effect of smaller northwest and primary known ICORNStr in the cash corn1 market good shipping sales yesterday unsettled weafher which delay the gathernig bfYfliQ new crop and some of Icfq kade on a fcrv railrqhds stagy all combine continue the streugtj ui corn Yej aie of the opinion that the end of the iaiiry Aveathcr will be time end of the bull market as look for a return of selling pressure ftls May fiefs welf ttis n little divided this market but prices are sure to follow tnrir in corn either Way Tliere is a strong local element selling the play prod uct on limy material advance believ ing will see plenty of hogs bj Feb March Casl trade fair ASSOCEXTEi rG8S ia rCrytlie rev x ys t L4r f j t r r Is that that saver Grabbs Benton sL i Corner Main and PeopiesS State BanCAPITAL OO000iSurplus history business to prospects gratified because established customers as depositors one invesYuptodate M KOdGKINf COCKRELL yesterday receipts is possibility to temporary we anyggood PRWlglONS we aiwryVnd is SUMMARY CHICXGO coipts oOO slow and weak beeves 4GOS783 Texas steers 4257 o60 western steels 410aO8J stockers and feeders 640Ca570 hs heifers 225G3ff calves 25i10 liogs receipts 15000 arid 10 cents lower 7JlOc 920 sheep receipts 8000 5 and 10 cents higher native 260440 western 2755435 yearlings 45Oa 50 lambs native 47u57lO Western 475J7 COMMON CENTSIOnly ten ot tneni dozen of the most delicious doinbi- mtt you ever tasted Fairfy melt in your mouth Tile Winchester Bakery 10212t Asthma Catarrh Cured Expert Medic ScFtffittsts Ann wi StrlHn RdStitS Oiiiatfied By S nPilte Xew1 Yoft fThO San area takins advantage The eneicm ffermirife Enables the house12 It t wile6io rt r Flif i out of the gasSJ n h 1 f rw y r mixers to gasI f A r h Sec even mny Oct i d iii Broadway 2 r t 1I J t 5 5 l t t r t I1 r cas SlvesIiGas Heaters of all kinds and prices Gas Ranges of the verV best makes City Gs i and will the fas GRANT WIlT CO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET N ONLYs4 IN STAMPS3 f af sample bottle ot tile 1 IFINEST FRENCHr PERFUME 1t a J gout kJed arrOmces ssnd4e andwe wi mall nmp orth t ltc delightu1cxtract yea eycr stsed Retail price fot a taro botriAll Dealers PAHtU ERIE ED DEPrU f BLDft NEW YI8K Iby The toodjvorfli Co ilGJ Bfohd way Net York requesting an experimental package of Scrtpine the ryrcat tlicovei v Asthma 11x 1tsmadec1write for it It is thoYtsands of fill I tubldrn cases It mafe j hnTtijril LicjlVtsThe Mantel Globes that please most tidious ffor mosttcqu PIIIAU WAUB cufing mafjo coudif Jons arc wber y ttlive Sgniniie will cure von otIetitIfotTOtfrifoifsr remedy which is scientific rcV ounddisc veredvby Ir Professmr of rxienna University canal i being P redby 1 ouibanchS If l j A ib I s 1 f j 7 r = THE WINCHESTER 1dEWS r M TI d Page Three I rl ynSMerHlNQv W 1 We have just received smnethingliewin the wayof Christmas cards They are the very la tSllPrted ideas and mnct be seen to be appreciatedIi Order now as they have to be made in 1 1al1d to your dillSee the samples in our window l1 I C H BOWEN J295 Maine St WINCJi STE KY 4 soc +Yr The ladies Thanksgiving of the SaleIwit have t11Ti1ihfls diy before Thanksgiving X Marriage Announcemen- t3ir and Mrs W FNealof Mea ford OntarioaCarnada announce the iriayriage of their daughter Mary 1o Mr Harford Abbott to take palce November 22 Miss Neal is a rranddamt titer of Enter J W Ha dillgof t1ricity and formerly lived here where she isyery popular and has many friends r Delightful Bridge Party f Irs J Won1 lklharl1lindyenI 1c twined af bridgdoii Saturday morning ahlias cosiiias and other perfect specimens of fall hirer were art tieaHy ti err as decorations fThe giunes were played at five small rand were enthusiastically ciioyed Th Sse who gracelullas sided the eliaririinjr hostess in el- llCttaning were Mrs Malt Adartif jMjss Margfe Cornell Mis Straude doff and lIisGlnee Womack tin attractive yoinv dan hter of th house A delicious sahul course was serv edWith pimch and coffee LuncfieonBridgfi Mrs S Jpr Gfl tHej terf lined at oclock on Friday afternoon with charminir luncheonbridge in humor of her chest Mrs Mallory Davis of Louisville btilivery elective Great enthusiasm prevailedrig the games progressed ajitl the afternoon was much enjoyed By file guests A delicious fourcourse luncheon vhs served in charming style Among the outoftown guests present were Misses Elizabeth and Jay Ding rfi01cl of Lexington Mrs Edward Simjs of Houston Texas nod Miss Lucy Sims of Paris r Mrs Slrother Scott who has beer cite ill is somewhat better t hiss Edith Loiinon yho has been the guest of her brother Mr E E ifonuon was escorted to her home in CCbnisville Saturday afternoon by ReyB T Kimbrongh who came to Winchester from that city on Friday evening ijRcv OJ Chandler has returned from Hardwick Creek Powell eosin fy where he conducted a meeting Miss Pickett Kirkof Eliza ville spent Satrtfday with her cousin Mrs 0 J Chandler Mrs Henry Ware has returned from Richmond wlieVe she was the finest of Rev and Mrs Wm Vander noolI Miss Nancy Haggard is in Rich J 111OJticia mond Miss Annie Leo Snlherjand has re furued front a Clip to Mammoth Cive Miss Delila Stuart of Louisville spent Tlmrsday ant iVilfoy with her cousin Mrs 01 hanVlleV Mrs Dora Keyes Curry is visiting in1 Georgctpxvn Mr W W TOnjjo olftlnkcl Green is visiting 1aughl ers prsAmanda Elkin and Mrs J X Rankin Mrs Saiiv Tudor liasrreTurhed to her lioiiie inATirginia sifter a visit to her mother Mrv Waller at Ford Miss Mary Crntdier has returned from a visit in Louisvilfcf Mrs Waller Hot kin ft visiting her parents at Brookstown- Mr J W Tuttle has returned from Mammoth Cave where lie enjoyed a pjeasant outing iILMrs 1GII of llVris spent1 Thursday with leer sister Rev 0 J Chandler ni- Mr Matt Skinner has returned roin a trip to Mammoth Cave ItsJ L Morton of Ford aril aughter visiled her sister in Clark runtJ Friday Mrs Chaile B Xelon was in Lex r ton Friday on account of the sud en death of her grandmother Mrs limit Mize Mr and Mrs John 11ocklt and Aill iove November to the Wilson Hoperty on East P rordyav- Mr and Mrs n H Ilramblette of last TJnion Nicholas connty are islting friends and relatives in this city Mr Coniiie Lisle of Bourbon coon y formerly olCIark is here is business Mr Y ilham Lewis and wife of aslnnlle Tenn are hcrevisiting elatives and frifjids lcher nlO runt here about twenty tllsitr firsGenrtreillart is then danghteij nd E T Lewis ewer contracts s theirsonMr d Ogdcn is visit5gMrs Mifton Ycary at Wafl Ali- bi1Ir111111s Clay nralitMChildren left Tuesday nil1g for Vowater Okla to viit Mrs Dr att son formerly Miss Bettie Hunter i school mate of Mrs Haggard Mrs J Mtllcirton his returned from Richmond accompanied d by Mis Bessie Bent m r Mr and Mrs Gordon Haggard and daughter have returned from a plus lit trip to Mftmmptli Cave Mrs Cecil J Annstrong ariel daughter Gladys and son Edward ire guests of Miss Laura Ectoiu Rev 0 J Chandler v ill preach sit the First Methodist church on Sun daymorning and evening Mr and MJS Cecil will- n4 spend Sunday in Carlisle r The mean with loose hal1 tis tll one that as oftenest tight V I ROLLED OATS NEW FALL STOCK JUST RECEIVED t Quaker at r i0c Pckg Ferndell 2 Ib at 12 c pck8 Ill r f Iit H Macaroni and Spaghetti FOulds Domestic 5 and tOe Pck Fauts Domesticn5 and 1 Oc fck8 rlice sIn1portedH 12c Pckg I All Strictly New anrffreshSttftkwv J j tJ Ibm Where You Get Br Class Goods 11 The Home of Quality 11 it NrI JI t Weathersii1 ctC4 4 e t 0J J nt i T 17 4 311lton BeRQSS I i f L T IDS l i r t Our line of Suits Coats Skirts and Waists is now complete We have recveirtne ery latest from- the tiiv i YT Eastern Markets Come andsee us We have the best line of X2500 Suits ever shown in St t t Winchester v We have also the very latest in 11 GinghamsIin t i r Gal tia and White Goods f notair HOSC t4e best on the market t i It is guaranteed for six months and will gie absolutes r ff satisfaction We give S and H Green Tt1rngrStamps V1tj J onThe stamp parlors and our rest room are the second itv i V r J IiLl tloor CliffoRD Rosstf 1 1 tANSFERS AND DEEDSRECURDIlte following deeds and transfer have lieen msrdc iii the County Clerks of fie There have been few large trans fees made Very few farms have bleep sold time pIiliepal transfcr31e lyIIn Kate ru Ie4tor S RobinsoiiVone third undivided interest in house and iliacother considerations Brow ulotr jj Bruner mid wife to Susan F Lovknane tract of land containing five acres for 1 and other ocnsiderations Augustine Gray and wife to Nancy GHnhey lot in North Park for r300 Udsler 0 Pharis to JB Phaiis 85 acres of land on Winchester and Rneker ille pike in trust 7 IL T G Bush and wife to Noah Shelton 22 acres of land on Georges Fork on Stoner Cree kfor fl492iG Joan C Wilson to Millie Wilson in Iciest in tiret of land near Red Bridge 500 rlt Strossman sandwife to Rachel Hodskin Winii lot in Thqinp ion Addition j700 D W Owen and wife to a cy1 Trimble house and lot in South Park and other considerations t inIes Reid and Francis flag ard libiise and1 Jot oil Daolislon streefl andbYlr cr donsidenitioris atelT11Iisocontaining SO acres for 12000 J W Shearer mia wife Jo vCavrie A Poole tract of land ahd green house on Lexington pike foj 1 and other considerations Jas W Poynter and wiLt to Joe JMance lot in Oliver Addition 2i0B W Owen and wife to JV n W RED STAR The quick burning bigt block long flame Red Ash Coal the best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every load ROYSE BffQNE- l nnchcse Both Phones I eitiz rfS Natkiiiii I3ank1 j Paid fepCai HaI IDO0oUL Surplus 51000 WESOLI BUSINESSw14 l i L t We will give YOn confteofls treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to usJ11 SJmpspn Pres AH Hampton Cashier Tt 111f y PrCSi1W Poyn4er TAsst Gashier rt ato x ilridgcHibuso and lot in North Park 8JO Isjae II Browne to David Owen hcuse and lot on North J1nill street 3000yJ C 1ridiennci irifcjoTh vi- I114aven l lot in Noith Park JW King and wire tonnni mithtractof hind nbar Jndian jells 185 Susan Austin to ifary El Boone terest in property on North Main street 1750 ilaiy Ei Boone to N A Powell und Vie Bloomiield building on North Main street 1150 and other eon iderations See us for fire brick and all sizes afire backs L R MART tl COAL 0GI SUPPLY COMPANY I02l3t lUST HfR HAm WOMAN ALMOST BALDHEADED la rGREW FOUR INCHES OF HAIR Here is a piece of live news Iron Browntown Minim that ought to terest skeptical men or women read ers of the News who are losing their hhir or have dziitleufor itchinjj scalp Re member that Phillips sells Par sian Sage under a positive guarantee to stop falling hair anti itching scalp and eradiee dindrnti in two weeks PiMisian Sage is a most refresh ing and daintily perfumed lour dress il1gIt makes dullJifeless hair radiant and liistroiis 1nirIljIcd and my scalp was as sore as could yainIun stnrtledr four inches inside of two moifths I achise every lady who ayauts beam ful hair to use Parisian Sage Miss IinnftI1l1 ltn lltSa lirge bottle at Phillips and driiggisls eveiViwvlieie TiMTJtkiwitfi flie ATOer 4ytblicnhair Tcry paeka e it tI J Yur B y No sti d NoalC61lfil hdil AJk wear Acor abut Ayers Sarsaparilla as a tonic for ihfuoang 1Cd erCo Lowell Meee DAVID B HILL TO BEBUR D MONDAY ALBANY N Y Oct 22rThe fun eral of David R Hill will JJG held Monday at 3 oclock p rii in St Petcus churclj Rev I111 FBat tershall will officiate The interjnent will he at Moutbur IIchuyJel fountv r Ta1epbeHcsthnuJantprobably say very rarely him how often he prescribes a tonic for them He will probably answer U Very very frequently Ayers Sarsaparilla is a strong tonic entirely free from alcohol BROTHER OF QUEEN MARY OF ENGLAND IS CRITICALLY ILL O DC t 1L Bnllei JIttV- I Jin has just been issued stating iMt the condition of Prince ir IllclOl Tuck brother of Queen Mary hast coinc very critical Prince Francis Us ill with pleurisy and recently nn j dcrweut two operations svolros SMALL FARMS F t 50 acres 3 miles on Paris pike to it cut in 4 pieces T212 acres each Best land in the CountyI See us quick if you want one Blue Grass Realty Go 7 II a 4 THE BESTtt is alone good enough for our customers We have been yam this business in Winchester fJt for many years and have learned by experience manyfl3 points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to a serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory thanIt anybody else t B 0tGO TA2 Arfls TurflhuI1 t lr t1tk Jli ThiseIndian Summer weather is bad for our Fallnbusiness The ladles are postponing all their winter shopping Look at our first reduction InS t Wool GoodsJWool goods plaid and plain goods were 600 and 60c per yard cut to 35c it t Blankets i n We are carrying a nice line of blankets just the kind and quality you want for the winter Curtain Madras II There has just arrived from the big Eastern market a large stock of Curtain Madras must be seen to be appreciated Suits and Coats Our line of suits and coats for fall and winter wear are complete v 47 t f t Artis TurlibuII s l iit t t 1 ilJttrtit t r iSI cri I T d1i c i 2 t i rI j cl j L t I 4 rLt j T I e F i7 U Ii T f THr WINCHESTER NEWS TTT T 0 ia1n n n The Knockout Blow t The blow which knocked out Corbett was a revelation to the prize fighters 4t From the earliest days of the ring the knockout blowwas aimed for the jaw rhc rcnipic or iilc jugular vein Stomach punches were thrown in to worry and weary the fighter but Ifa scientific man had told one of the old fighters that the most vulnerable spot was the region of the stomach hed have laughed at him for an ignoramus Dr Pierce is bringing home to the pub lic a parallel fact that the stomach is the most vulnerable organ out of the prize ring as well as in it We protect our heads throats feet and lungs to the stomach we are utterly indifferent until disease finds the plexus and knocks us out Make your stomach sound and strong bythe use of Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and you protect yourself 109in your most vulnerable spotUGolden Medical Discovery cures weak stomach indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver bad thin and impure blood and other diseases of the organs j of digestion and nutrition rifJtThCtGo1den Medical Discovery has a specific curative effect upon all mucous surfaces and hence cures catarrh no matter where located or what stage it may have reached In Nasal Catarrh it is well to cleanse the passages with Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy fluid js while using theU Discovery as a constitutional remedy Why the Escpyery cures catarrhal diseases as of the stomach bowels bladder and other pelvic be plain to if will reada booklet of extracts from the writings of I eminentnedicalauthorities endorsmgIts ingredients and explaining their curative L ThlSrbookletwill be seen that they contain not a drop alcoholpure triplerefined glycerine being used instead Its foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested med icines sometimes urged upon the afflicted as just as goodor better than Golden Medical Discovery The dishonest dealer sometimes insists that he knows what the l proffered substitute made of but you dont and it is decidedly for your interest that you should know what you are takmgmto your stomach andsystem expecting JL to act asa- I a curative To him its only a difference of profit Therefore insis on having Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery If not promptly supplied trade elsewhere v PierceaCommonDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach Liver and Bowels Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at theIsarae time he goes to the nearest telephone and Sends his voice By Having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY youJinvCall our manager for INCORPORATED full information F tiumberfft For Sale Privately Siie businels Will sell on account of other p O Ectori Bros92iTiri cod 50 N Main St Winchester Ky FARMS FOR SALE FARM XO i5acres To miles from AYiiifhester two story frame h deIIiiigwitli rooms 2 porches gtfod stable holds 4 acres of tobac cjt Ice house and all other outbuild itjgsi large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into four Jots all well watered All in grass except 8 or 10 acres Close to good school Puce 0000 FARM NO 25S acres GY2 miles from Winchester on good pike lbs flf twostory frame dwelling of roms2 halls 2 porches in good COIl dition Barn holds 4 acres of to hcco Ice 4iousc chicken houses coal house inqat house corn crib 4 iiipg houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts eacli one being v dll watered and every fence in first sco11l1ition Has large young oreliard iii full bearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter ofa mile from rail road station Will allraise good to- baceoibargain u t 8000 FARfMNC 39OitCIes i V4 mi- ldyfrom Wiiicliester on good pike Jitfs lvWtStory frame dwelling of 7 Irooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre f t b octjbarn good cellar and hll out ij buildings all in good condition videdL in 5 tracts all well watered P and fenced About 20 acres in cul tiT io olnifiTce in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store nd ppstofllee and blacksmith aimp Price 6000 iAliNO 4GO acres 7 miles 1r hi Winchester onequarter mile fipni railroad station has twostory frarn dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barnj4atre tobacco burn all neces snry otilbuilding Yell watered outIfJin cultivation balance in grass r Price 6000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles from Winchester tjvvostoty frame dwelling with 7 rooms Gracre tobac co barn All necessary outhouses Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per nero FARM NO 6405 acres 5 juiles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7or 8 rooms All nec essary outbuildings 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Yell fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per FARM XO i345 acrcs 3 miles from Winchester lias two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grass Price 50 per acre FARM NO 82Gacres 3l2 miles from Winchester on good pike Tins new 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO950acrcs 7 miles from Winchester ilias twostory frame dwelling with Grooms tobac Co barn holding 6 acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat eyed with wells springs mind pools Small tenant housc 15 acres inciii tivation balance in grass price 5 000SFARM NO 10300 acres 12mH es from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms tenant house Sacre tobacco barn large stock barn and all necessary oit buildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO 1V2i acies 7 niil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen diClCombinedstock and tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 JCTracy Stokcly WficSifi EwneYBIdPhont i1 b C LORfD COLUMN nY W Banks Editor A 15000 Carnegie library is being erected at the colored Nonha school at Montgomery Ala A colored laws school has beeS startedat Lynchburg Ya and sev era female students have enrolled Piank Blagbiirn coIorliiimii k V master atDes MoiiiesIoWii A colored building and lajjn assd ciatipn was orgtinxed in Louisville last week J f The colored night school bfWasli ington DC started with tehroll incut of 1149 this year Judge L W Gibbs of Arkansas the first colored negro judge has re turned from vSsitiilg his daughter in France who is the wife of lIon W II Hunt U S Consul atSt Eiicnnt Among the members of the Board of Advisors of the Kentucky Tloine for Neglected Abandoned and helpless colored children we notice the names of Senator and exGovernov W 0 Bradley Col Bennett Young prominent Confederate sold iers and other prominent white Lou isviIialn All ofthefblue pnnts used in the architectural Hill engineering work of the War Department are made by a colored nan Samuel F Tree who draws a salary of 900 per annum He does his work with thmi5sldllof an artist and his competency is yuoched Lot by every official with whom he is brought into contact We commend Truant Officer Wood arc for his excellent work among our people Kcv TM Smith is the new- A M E pastor Rev Harris was assigned to a circuit and evangelistic work Sirs Bin Turner has roturned from the hospital atLexington to the delight of her many friends Rev JI C Baker reports 2Q ad ditions in his Berea meeting Indianapolis was chosen as the next meeting place fortheC if R conference Rev H A Stewart is retained as presiding elder and Revs J S Webb and C II Payne reAs- signed to the same work The Eaglea white paper from Dr Summers home in Missouri contains a lengthy article this week com plimentary to our new dentist Frank Martin made a social visit to Falmouth last Sunday The revival at the First Baptist church is being conducted by the Rev YoL Brents the noted evangelist from New Csatle continues with in creasing interest We are uninformed as to the number of additions Prof J F Lane son of Bishop Isaac Lane and President f Twine College at Jackson Tenn was the guest of his old college chum this week Dr J II Tyler James Bell was here from Flat Rock last Sunday The stork visited tile home of Mr and Mrs J M Daniels last Friday night and left a son Miss Anna Bell Wilson is reported quite sick v Revs II Xufter of Paris and E D Miller of Falmouth were in nib city this week Upon aiminvitationtroni Dr J E Hunter of Lcxin tonoIJ H Ty ler went down Wednesday and as sisted in the operation on seveml patients at the St Joseph Boal Prcsidinjpp EIder Stewart fell while in Allllersburjifi Iit ending lust wtek intl was eenIeonferenccI Jerry Hampton nn old HpetXUjr miSwcllto do CitiZeI at this bqme Aoii AVcbt Washington street VjeefuWdjiy Funeral at the eL KVcliiirch by pastor Webb bumK b JjU B Society Friday afternono Jr JohnijVIillK ilLinovc into the W C CobU iifflmNtVCfiLbCr 1st Bishop iHSf lMiillijsf D DI jiretfciiieilf tlie white MetiIthite- liumhi at Afiiirsbiii8 last Sunday where he wife holding conference rtfS 1titttideiits from both the featjale Jind JTiilitary institute were preseirr J t V John Umtjiy has returned from Fnkfort toIiie Mrs SnrhliRicherson of Beckner villej inql several friends for dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs Ada McAfee andonof Lexington and Mrs SmvehlofWiImore Rev J l Slier D D In pvinj a short biography of the city pastors we begm vijli R ev J Fisher D D pastor VC flib First Baptist church whiell hasJhc arsest membershii of any of our it churches The doe tcfiTlJMv rtiriiv lf5I Kentuckian Un fo tnniitely liddid not have the ad v tta cor1 liftlastic education yet h possesses ruie ability as a forc- eti1IId f in tpnlpit orator ighqliy ville Jefferson vilIe JiiLjJjl ini6hjc his prominent former pasforJitte As an evangelist lie has quite a reputation having conducted meetings t Frankfort r tuisville mnalober places with hun dreltljjvofsijldlf pns and being Called onto gdrasfar as Qmaha Nebraska hasIself asbocometh a Christian gentle man The sinntunl and financial cpndition af lifu church is said to be excellent Lung may he live to pre side oyeiijhe destiny of his beloved flOe1fr 4 ffRev Jits Bond D D financial ascnt if fhbjjineoln Institute is in tb cIty GiV TE CimLpDGK Every member f GatekGityALode Kof P No 2mumrt altcnd the nlc No t fm1er l tl aMleJ fallen be Bnb ttd fimti liy ordei of Jolm 1 riC C aj Iirrpyler has received the frJiul iumtlJigente from AYashihjrton tlK l hb hasibecii granted a patent on awerfyvVflluab1cr invention a putty less and byjcjrlnrproof iviiidov sash fPhhhks areiiereby extended to our many whitc antl Colored friends for fjioirji ton r iliir late htisbhnd and filli t lalllJ1lO1i t Respectfully c Chmmid Charles Hjinipton On Suiida lXctolcr 23nl the Chris tiau cliuicli vjlrhold lien fall rally Each nmemnher is asked to give not less than il Rev II n Colerane preaches atjjlin in rtud Rev T Tim bcrluke at tjjt1m All time city pastors invited to be with us at 3 p in E JOS MYERS aiinister Notice to Taxpayers You have but tv few more days be fore the venally is added Come amidI 2tuxof the taxes by December 1sttYours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff lOlStfS Capital MIOOOOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Banke OF WINCHESTEJRL KY N H WITHERSQON President W R SPHAR Cashier 7 SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Robert II Alullehy who will shortly goto China as a missionary will preach at 11 a in and at Union church at in Dr Cuinminj will preadi at 7 Topic The Yon if Mans Choice All especially young nien invited INEW BAKERY We will start a new bakery at No 9 East Broadway and will furnish freshest and best bread cakes intlarge experience Will guarantee satisfaction and solicit the patronage of the public Will deliver goods to all partsi of tIle city Oil short note Both phones No 342 The E R Bakery Company r io18tf TO VISIT IN BOURBON Mr and Mrs GL Wainscott will leave Saturday afternoon for i few days visit to Mr and Mrs Lewis Rogers in Bourbon county METHODIST CHURCH Rev 0 J Chandler will fill hi pulpit at the Methodist church Sun day and will preach J t 11 a m and in the evening MISS VIRGINIA LlSTEMANN ai inrllll Im 1E1J lIfliUE irn A SHERWOODLISTERMANN RECITAL i Reserved Seats on sale at Phillips Drug CO GeneralAdmission 31OOS- tndentirind music pupttsSOcV if tickets Aarr t pur 1 edllcJvance C1assifiei Advertisements c a word for a slngl Jnsertlce c In sertionsi42c a word for UCh aiiltlonal in sertion Oc a word per month tcattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 WANTED centsII We are having calls every lay for farms of all sizes and prices if you ave one you want to sllsce or tel- phone us at once Office in McEl downey Building both phones For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office In McEldowney BuHldfng Home Phone 728 East Tinn 26 Insure In- STRoTHERS OlDRELlABLE Fire Insurance and andRea Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bid Phone FOR RENTTwo nice rooms for light housekeeping 252 Boone street Old Kentucky phone 417 822tf FOR SALE Northern seed rye J R Martin Coal and Supply Com puny 97 tf WANTED A situation as nurse for an infant or to care for mall chil dren as companion or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Home phone 732 104lmo FOR SALE Good ponylarge enough to be serviceable Apply M this office 810tf W IhandCompany or Mr Robbins News office 927tf I WANTED jPffsitfon as stenographer Several years experience Apply Mr Robbins News office lO8lmo FOR SALE20 acres improved land 3 miles from towifc J T Hart 223 Moundale venue Home phone 62fi 1076teorl FOR RENTAn SToom house 127 College street AppLyto Samuel Locknane 825tf FOR RENT75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to HY Ecton at Ectons grocerv 1010tf FOR SALE rule 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 SALEFortysix acresof No 1 land fronting the reservoir Foi terms apply TRash9r27lrao FOR RENTThree unfurnished rooms Apply Miss Mary White 10 Haggard street 827Cf FOR SALE Pivemonthsold Rose Comb WJiite Leghorn Mr Ohas J Scott East 640Ephone 149 Home phone WANTED 2000 old brick Clark Tanner lOltfW- ANTEDB3ipdsrs 235 North Main street Gas and bath 1013tf FOR SALE 100 hogs in lofs to suit purchasers trt be delivered from 20th to 25 tbr fNmembcrCtUJ be slaughtered on premises B A Ocdon 1017tf FOR REf Coftm ncomerQf Vine an tb5hihijtthiThtreQt AI ply MrsJ tC Dauglierfy 203 Eas Washington street 10ln3teod STRAYEOFr4mn the farm occu pied by Allen Osborne Ruckerville pike tome brown earhU411t Any information as to its whereabouts will be suitably rewarded Win Chester Rollef Mills 1018tf WANTED rpenter STRAYED To my place on the Lx ingtou pike a black greyhound with a white face Owner can hrve saute bulling Home plume 80tA 102131 WANTED Good milch cow PhIRobbins News office 1021 H 1 DBHAMriON1Pr corI WlTlSItEN Il 0 Aut IIClark Comity National Bank EntMblUhud 1888 Accounts of Merchants Farmers Land Traders Solicited Collection Made onlAII Points Crpital and Surplus 3500 0000 V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE Phone 145 DONT BUY A- RUNABOUTUntil you have seen the New Model 14 BuIck at 60000 Call at the Winchester v Garage and get full particulars PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Atttmiys at Law 5tk The McEldowney Building Winchester Ky J LEWIS R HAMPTON 1lflciSpecial Attention to Collections Winchester ky I jN STEVENSON Attorney at lW 10 S Main st Winchester Ky THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured time agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good work Will bo pleased to show the latest model respective purchasers Vihlsili either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS News office WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS 7The oldest and best institution in the count is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use hme flour thr best made Kerr perfection ami White Pearl flour has no cAnal NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS A The city taxes have been past since July 1 Those owing taxes will please call and settle at once anil ovoid the penalty which takes effect November 1 I will be in my ofliii in the Clark County National Bsnk building each evening until Op in 4JASCity Tax Collectoi 930tfi PIES OF ALL KINDS Apple peach mince raisin and cream fresh every morning at The Winchester Bakery 10212t LDRINK Than Wet t