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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iii t 0r 1 iF if71 v Last Edition lr P VOLUME 5 NO 7Iir WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY OCTOBER 24 1910 2 CENTS A 10 CENTS A WEEK SON A FLOYD M 4 J ADDRESSES VOTERS OF CLARK p jfleinojiralic Candidate For Congress l From Tenth District Gives Eloquent Talk at Court House 1 The Circuit Court room was crowd je withstanding room at a premium U Jfpnday afternoon at one t hear the Hon A Floyd Byrd Den co r3 tic candidate for Congrsesin th- l I Tenth Kentucky District speak in the interest of his candidacy Farmers frrfrn every part of Clark county lowe their interest by their at tendance XFhe meeting was called to order by Hon J M Stevenson who inlro dnced lion Abram Renick who re qneted those interested in the Vliit Burley pool to remain vQTr Stevenson said It is hardy necessary though usual to r tile speaker this afternoon 1h speaker is the standard bearer of his party this year He has covered this district and has received much encouragement from both Democrats and Republicans Mr Byard said in part This is a pleasure to have io address the voters of my own county I am proud of the honor of being the standard bearer of the Democratic party lj am Democrat because I believe the party principles are for the interest 11amany Republican In each party there is a large element of independent voters who are ready to vote for the man who will not support all the pol icies of their party In criticising the Republican party I do not menu the near in the arnks the men who make up the Republican party But halo criticise the Republican lenders iJojuiye been in power so long that troy haAc become corrupt and have vripl administered the policies of the 1 plat in greatrconimon The Republican i deissa that eht of years flffVvdame ni1FieqjJihc Wilson bill but as a matter of f 1tpanic was at its wasrpissed Again three years ago af xCer 12 years of Republican control carne on of the great panics of our history The county is prosperous not be cause of Republican laws but in spite of it 1 would have been glad to have had Langley here 1 have in vited him to speak with me He is saying that I do not want to speak V with him But the first time I met him was at Irvine and he had a meeting scheduled but he did not speak I think he is afraid of his rec 6id for 1 had his votes on every sub ij tin Congress 1sent him a list of my speaking dates and invited him to speak with me but I have never been able to get within 50 miles of him V The woods are full of speakers Vforhim i attic Big Sandy but he doe notcome to face me Langley was elected to Congress by the votes of Pejnocrats but 1do not believe they wiil again There is one question that has t civer agitated the minds of the Amer jjdan people that come home to every man AAoman and child in the country vAt first it was laid to aid infant in tfustries But this tariff has grown 50 heavily that they have de nTanded relief from it It has grown millionaireIDhe capitalists have been building up their fortunes at the expense of tlll1 pjeople TAXES LEVIED c ON TOBACCO The Burley Tobacco Society will tbnccnJd0ketin Cincinnati Lexington or Louis iville unless they pay the taxes on it for the year 1910 Mr W 0 BrockI Sheriff of Clark county Saturday afternoon levied on all their tobacco redlingAmtrfor this year Hl1 lwill hold it until luis debt amounting to nearly 2000It Is paid FQRKNER ACQUITTED 3 ICIl Oct 24The srtrialof Charles Forkner ended here i shortlyafter noon Siilntday with a yerdict of acquittal Ithe jury a a r Hj o j fro tJlE WINCHESTER NEWS mUNSSES o CINCINNAIIe To Testifyjn Case of Commonwealth vs Wells on a Charge of Coun feiling Mr Woodson Alclord left Sunday nnmcs to Wells case nt Iiaciunati Wells is couuieifeite ineere Tuesday moraing NEW CHURCH TOBf FORMED Between 120 and 130 Withdraw 1From First Baptist Church Sun day Between 120 and 1HO members withdrew front the First Baptist church Sunday fur the purpose of formit church They will hold ameeting Thursday of this week to elect officers take steps to Calla pastor and arrange for a tem porary place of worship PHILADELPHIA ARE CHAMPIONS Win Four Out of Five Giies in the Worlds Series and Prove Them Best Ball Players on Earth CHICAGO Oct 2lAftcl the last hour victory of the Cubs on Snturj day thirty thousand enthusiastic baseball fans turned out in the hopo that the Chicago Nationals still take victory from the PhiladelI phia Americans on Sunday in the fifth game of the worlds champion ship series But it was not to be The Athletics again showed their superiority to the Cubs in every department of the same by winning byl a score of 7 tQ SATURDAYS GAME CHICAGO Ill Oct 24 Nineteen thousand delirious enthusiasts driven almost insane ba ninth inning tie and a tenthhilling victory saw the Chicago Nationals route back Sat urday and captured the fourth game of the worlds series from the Philadelphia Americans 4 to 1 The combat was one to live in history There was nut a moment in it when a properly interested paatisan could draw a calm full breath It Avas anybodvs thehfinish when a single tthe winning across the pla- teMLCOUNTER r FOR GROCERYM- acNeill and Weathers Have Just Installed Dust rf and Fly Proof Counter MncNeill ands fathers have just installed the yell palest dean food The com n er the very lat est in the grocery Mine It is of quarter sawed ottkllcl contains 30 receptacles each it1a Mass display front It is ttigr dry fruit qit rons etc in fact llw sjny thing that collects dust The ijounter is sti fact Jy dust and fly proiS MRS HOlj EWIFE let Mrs Millin shay you what can he done with BurneUhextractsand fruit rDrin wefck fit Parrish Brady y IO24tf ECONOMY IS AGAIN KEYNOTE At First Formal Meeting of Presi dent Taft and His Cabinet Since Vacation Period- WASiIINGTON Oct 22Ecouo- my was again the keynote at the first formal meeting of President Taft and his Cabinet since the close of vacation period AH Cabinnet theI bers discussed with the President their estimates for the coming year PostmasterGeneral Hitchcocks report that his department will soon be oil a selfsustaining basis and that penny postage is ot far distant vas particularly gratifying to Mr Taft Secretary Nagelof the Department of Commerce and Labor and Attor neyGeneral Wickersham have made no formal report of their investiga tion in Alaska eommmec11h the estimates cut to the bone and as part of this plan the suggestion for time gradual elimination of navy yards on the Atlantic Coast may be adopted w S KENYON MAY- SUCCfEO OWVER Was One of the Men Prominently Mentioned as a Senatorial Possi bility Governor Makes no Com ment DES MOINES Town Oct 221l- wns declared Friday night that Gov ernor B P Carroll will appoint W S Kenyon of Ft Dodge formerly of Ohio to succeed lho laie Senator Jonathan P Dolliver Governor Carroll is in Jeffersoii but refused to comment on the situ ation Mr Kenyon was one of the men prominently mentioned as a Senatorial possibility immediately after the deaths of Senator DoluVer Mr Kenyon was one of Senator Pollivers closest friends in Iowa and had served term or two on time His trict bench at Ft Dodge At the time his appointment he was one of the attorneys for the Central Railroad PEEN GUILTY NDS- ENTENCED TO DEATH LONDON England Oct 24Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen after a trial extending over five days and thirty minutes deliberation by the jury was Saturday found guilty of the murder of his wire an American woman known on the stage as Belle 1Lordpresided at the trial sentenced Crip pen to be hanged on November 15 DENOUNCES NEW NATIONALISM ExSenator Foraker Reenters Ohio Politics and in First Speech Goes After Roosevelt MARYSVILLE 0 Oct 24Ex Senator oscphi Benson Foraker opcn ed the Republican campiagn in this section here Saturday A special train of Columbus Republicans swell ed the crowd which comfortably fill ed the opera house Much interest was aroused by reports that the Senator would denounce the New Nationalism of Col Theodore Roosevelt and take a thrust at the Colonel himself He advocated the reelection of Senator Charles Dick and said thins the administration of President Taft has excited some criticism he has done remarkably well under the dim cult circumstances by which he has been attended In referring to the new latiqnaUsm Foraker sail These new principles violate oiir hull form of goAernment by arrogating unto the National Government the control of matters clearly belonging to the ris ictono the State Siitili a preachment is hot nation alism but imperialism It is in spir itn least as trcuonahle as secession itself There is about it allsuch a preposterous absurdity 1J1clsnch an insufferable egotism as to excite nol only condemnation but ridiculed COLONEL SPEAKS FOR BASS NASHUA N H Oct 24 Through a cold rainy day Col Theodore Roo sevelt great campaigning through New Hampshire Saturday In man ncr most emphatic he urged the leo pIe of the State to elect Robert P Bass the Republican candidate for Governor and the rest of time Repub lican State ticket Beginning with a speech at Con cord he tOPIdoft itt Manchester and wound up time day with au ad dress at Nashua In all his speeches Colonel Roosevelt snake of participa lion by the railroads in polities STEAMERS SINK 64 DROWNED ISuch is Believed to Have Been Fate Two Vessels During Recent Storm Along Southern Coast NEW ORLEANS La OCt 24 That two steamers plying between New Orleans and Central and South American ports sank probably in Yncatain waters during the recent severe storm with a total loss of 04 lives is the belief in shipping circle here Sunday Time vessels believed to have been wreckedare the Briitsh steamer Crown Prince Captain R Kirkwood with the entire crew of Binull the Bluefields of the Norwegian register Captain Cll Lange with 2H sailors aboard including besides the crew Capt Langes wife- OTHERS DROWNED TAMPA Florida Oct 4dote than a wore of small fishing vessels were sunk in T iesiJvs hurricane and in several nave their crews Averc drowned according to advieus brought lucre Sunday from Boca Grande Southern Florida by a siN ing vessel FIRST PIANISTOF Mr William H Sherwood WillJSive Recital at College Chapel Thursday October 27 Mr William H Sherwood who will give a rcetial at the College chapel on October 27 had has a remarkable career He was the Gist soloist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra undei Mr George llenschel With the great Philharmonic Or hcestra in Hamburg he receivedan ovation His performance of the Greig Concerto at this concert was the second time in Germany for that Beautiful composition Mr Sherwood having studied it with the composer himself A large voluntary increase in his fee was made by the directors of the soviet engagement who offered him a re with the orchestra on the spot This was followed by offer to play with the greatest orchestras of Germany another season He has played with unvarying suc cess in time large cities of the United States and Canada and has received unstinted praise tromp thus public and the critics of the press Iris influence for the good of his art has beeti strongly felt and his name is a household word throughout the land in all families Avhose members are musicians or lovers of music He has appeared at Aarious times a piano soloist with the Theodore Thomas Orchestra fts velK as with other great orchestras find recently played a series of notable concerts with this famous orejiestra under the direction of Mr Frederick Stock in different American cities Miss Listemann concert soloist who is to appear with Mr Sherwood is also well known in musical circles Comments from the big dailies of the United Stoics are very compli mentary AIl pre as follows Rendition of Blsas Dream one o f the notable features of the entire festival Seattle PoMtIutelligencer Incomparable soprano brought back for two encores Sang in a sweet remarkably truitiediuec1 tBir minghani AJii5 AgerHeraldl Scored additional triumphs lien dition of Elsas rTream one of the best things ever heard here Won derful soprano voice evoked contin ual applause Oklahoma City Okla Oklahoman CORN SHOW 1 FOR CLARK Winchester Commercial Club Offers Prizes of 10 5 an d3 For the Best Dozen Ears The State Grange will convene at the Court House Vcdnesday nexf Two hundred representative farmers hill gather from all cornets of the State The sessions will last clays Some of them will be open to the public some will be secret work of the order During the sessions there will be n Chrk County Corn Slimy at time Fraternity Building All farmers a e urged to send exhibits The Win chester Commercial Club offers three prizes for the three bet dozen ear The prize is rIO the second 5 time thud t The competition is open to all Judges front outside the county will be selected All exhibit are to be sent immediately to Secretary Lewis Hampton of the Commer cial Club with offices in the McEl downcy Building Other exhibits will also be on show tobacco hemp etc NO FLIGHTS AT AVIATION MEET Wind Proves Too Strong on Second Day of Airship Trials at Belmont Park Long Island NEW YORK Ort 24 there wer two smashups no flights and T30 disappointed spectators atthc see ond day of the international aviatior meet at Belmont Park Long Island The wind was so strong that only two aviators GrahameWhite and Moissant eared to darb it and botl of them caine to grief though without personal injuries Butt much as the management Vjicgretted to send away a good crowft1 tt was more concern ed with the dissatisfaction of three rrcnchmeufentcrcd for the Gordon Bennett speed race Alfred Leblanc the champion cross country Bier of France Ensile Aub urn his pupil and the only aviator who finished with him in the recent circuit Te 1Est and Hubert Latham all complain that the course is not laid out according to the rules jf tin Federation They may quit Might lucre Time other four Frenchmen lien compete for time altitude distance a11d duration prizes are not affected bul the Gordon Bennett is the red Icttei event of the aeronautic calendar Tc have the French cracks default woulr rob the tournament of more than hall its interest ando Tar as the most important event is concerned oral its competitive zest James A Blair ono of the nyiatioi- committee admitted helmc1 hear some mutterings from the Frenchmen butt added that nothing had beet submitted in writing And there the matter stands until adviecsfmow Paris determine decisively the action from the French camp When the bomb and bugle sounded for first distance event Sunday after noon tlC official code signal gave the wind at from 20 to 25 miles rji hour and it was refreshing every minute The sky was clear and it way painful ly cold Four starters were announced but after emht minutes delay only Gra ont11Yhiwind anc1ro cautiously He all his caution for even at a height of not more than forty feet he pitch cd like a ship in a heavy storm am in alighting careened to one side and splinters went into 1hair His whirring propeller had touched and both Wades were smashed to flinders Moissant never got offof the ground but iris machine was much more badly hurt Time wind picked it out of tic hands of Jiis mcohanics and let it fall again Both his planes were crumpled hip rudder broken and hicrnnk1iaft bent After tlicseiccidents the code signal Whirl a little tOsfanng weak np on the announcement board i k PAY DAY ON THE C SO All Employees Between Pine Grove and L E Junction Paid Monday in This City Monday morning was pay day on the C 0 railroad The car ar rived in this city from Lexington about oclock and al lute employees between Pine Grove and L E Junction were paid iiere LOOKING FOR MEN ON FELONY CHARGE IThe police in this city received a telegram Monday morning to meet the early L E train from Jackson that two men who had been indicted Ill a felony charge were on the train and were trying to got a way Captain Madigan met the train but tin men had been taken ofT at Stanton It is supposed that they were can nected in some way with the Comb killing MUST SEEK OUTSIDELABORF- ifty Men Are Coming From Tennes see to Work on Winchester Sewer age System Only forty men started to work on time sewerage system Monday morn ing but by Tuesday at least one hun dred will be iit work About fifty till arrive from Tennessee Monday night and will be put to work Tuesday morning LNGLEY AND SENBRADLEYT- o Speak at the Court House in Win chester on Thursday Octoher 27 at One Oclock senInto1county in the interests of Langleys candidacy rot Congress in the Tent district at time Court house here 01 Thursday October 27mit oclock Everybody is invited especially ladiesCONTRADICTS STATEMENT Hon John E Ralliff chairman ol time Republican Campaign Committee requests the publication of the following letter Pikeville Ky Oct 21 1010 Hon John Eo Ratliff Ciun paigrI Chairman Republican Canm Committee Pikeville Ky Deal FriendLuisnmchms Ploy ConICongressionalda11nol111 at t erty and other places that would jat once take the stump for him and in the interest of the Democratic party I think it is hut fair that declare that it is olllllyfal e and without foundation or authority from me T wish to say that I am a Repub lican and have been one all my life believe in the principle of that party and will be a Republican so long as tlirit party stands for such prin ciples as a tariff on lumber find eon My business engagement ore such that it is impossible for me to make any speeches at present liOPK1NSd INIFRATERNITY BUILDING Fanciers Have Made Arrangements For Exhibit of Fowls During Meet ing of State Granges 0fjJhrlssecretary Hampton of time cfHinier vial Club t have a 0 Ultr ehibi t d Sfauring e Grange i 2it1 2 Glut mtt1- r t L rr j- Jsf 77JWEATHERt r Fair Tonight and Tuesday Warmer Tonight COPY oclock burden counter Illinois actress flying There will be no charges Lot entries nut it will afford the fanciers nit opr ortunity to show their different va rieties A large number huAe already signified their intentions to glinw their stock There will he no prom iums given The birds will bo shown at the Fraternity building the same place arranged fur the earn exhibit DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr John Ballard The funeral services of 1rIah1 Ballard who died Saturday at itw pital at Lexington of oinpliuntii were Jield at tit Church of tluist on Fall fmx street Sunday uiuruiu Elder J W Harding conducted tle services The body A1s buried in the old Ecton buryiugYgpoiuid Mr Ballard was 8i yeiirs of age ami is survived by Mr Sam Ballard of near Ruckerville a whose home 1hliving when taken ill Mrs Edith Mize The funeral of Mrs Rdith Mie was held at time WinchesttSr cemetery on Sunday afternoon with services by Elder J H lacNeill of time First Christian church The remains were brought fmi Lexington maul the procession wi met here ha large number of Bor rowing friends The floral designs were micron and lie ndsonme betokening in a mew ure the great love and esteem in which Mrs Mize was held COUNTY Cn R i Time tax suits brought in tint tfouu ty court against a numbr of npnpi1 in Winchester and Clark county by State Auditor rgenb well coiitinud Monday morning by Judge tll Kv itis The only business transacted in the court was the receivingof two wily for probate Oife was tho willofJohnlb Elnlore colored nf Kansas and the other of 1AW II Voting who vital a few weeks ago Mr Young requests that hU debts lu ltlil ruud 11tllhA trttV ph lusItn lit a jti uli viti Mr Sami 1mll iitr ii jll vn 11 Octii tla hut ttluli ljffvc demtm SENSATION or THESE1ON Will Be the Football Game Friday Af Between the AlfProfes Iternoon the College Teams Time sensation of the season in Ui football line wil be furnished Friday ifternoon when the AllProfessioil team of the town lines up against lu Colege boys Already some of tin best as Avel as others have signified their intention of participating in tin game Among them arc Dr Me Kin ley Walter Strode Win JUlY Kd Smith Jim Phillips Dr Martin Yi Bloomfield Jeff Stewart Prof Tii cit Joe McCord Chits Strother Prut Dalgety Others will be selected from numerous pplicants tot positions That this game will be one wart going sonic distance to sec goes with out saying Some of the men on tit All Professioumll learn are players of real ability Prof 11alternStrode and Dr McKinley tire capable of putting up a stiff argument and several of the other men iiutjrMbly those who played on the Winehe4o Athletic Club will show some real football The buricejuo feature mny post ihlleep in hilt with 1Hhil gnl uxy of star it will probably be in the way older men show the eat legiuns hairto plug the grjne One thing is sure Time gaiiie wil he interesting from start to fimVi and will be well worth witnessftig NO LOAN TO TURKEY PARIS Oct 24Time Frciirli Government considers time netrotii tious for a loan of 300090I0c ended Turkey having refused the nancial guarantees required by FraneeCRUSHED BYA STONE PRINCETON hid Oct 24 Charles IHnkle is dead as time rcfcut of being crushed under a massive stone which fell while it wns being hoisted to the top of time new Carnegie Library Building at Mt Carinel la t Sundav 1Ttlii LATE TO CASSIYiI FOR RENT House on Bnckndr street Apply to T L Hqlladiiy 10 241tt- i I y I S p iiiii I I jI o 33jr 4 I t t Iw Pawo T THE WINCHESTER NEWS L THE mm INS An Independent fiewspsper L faythe Co Incorporated Office 091 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondglass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 aihWtoncsMail SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY Mall Daily one year too Six Months 150 One Month Uf 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar nio continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four Tvfeeks three time sa week L80 Fur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Wot1cePer Line Business notices body type7c Pure reading npws heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition lc Three insertions continuously 21 Each tree additional insertions c Ono calendar mo continuously lOc Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for lesl than 25 cents 1 THIS PER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES MONDAY OCTOBER 24 1910 r THE CORN SHOW Nov is the chance for some of our ambitious farmers to show that Clark county raises good corn The Ken tucky State Grange meets here Wed nesday and Thursday of this week and LlitP1 hundred of the lend inn fufmers of j the State will be in Winchester There is going to hon corn show All farmers are urged to send in a dozen choice enl for tho exhibition The Winchester Commercial Club liar offered some small tHizcstc pay fOI the trouble For the best dozen ears 10 will be paid tar the second 5 for the third t The honor oilwin niiig will be more than the dollars Th e welcome to the Grunge should be warm It is MI exclusivoly agri cultural organization It is compoo l of picked men ili representatives attainting are coming oil business and wilj pay their own way They will leave some money here and will carry way a more or less favorable iiu1reitiioftlie Gateway City THE TOBACCO SITUATION t Thcrtobacco si nation in the Blue Grass ha brought abbut the present inonetary stringency Of course moric i scarc6 all over the countiy but j t particularly so in Central Kentucky The mimic to sell nboui Jialf the t pPijiopas much to do with fhisi WefbelievtS however that part of the closeness in the money market isj bceaiilft ejwly talks that rtiy Smithisayts Jlifti Jones Jones to Ilgbiismnd so one ad infinitum finally everyone ibelieves it We had a little experience that way Everyone kept telling us tint the ia mcrs had noino ley and we came to believe it We started to get acquainted and collect on therural routes We were suifried to lint that every man with on6 exception to whom wejre sentcd Will promptly paid There was therefore dime mistake about the fanners having Jipriioney But the bniiks are ndt loaning freely nor at all except to cuS6mers Thare is however nhopcfuirfceliilg iri the air The 1910 rtbacediliiiod out bet1ir thwi IICtl j ipe arofaifilany Chips have airealWj tJ V I LUMBER INCORPORATED CO been sold for 10 to 13 cents All Clark countys tobacco will be dis posed of tje rt m ri si and the money will be paid Four or five hundred thousand dollars will go a long wiy to relieve thin situation Then too theXlDOD ooled tobacco is to he sold in Cincinnati Louisville and Lexington commencing this week Ju1rcmoedthat good prices will be obtained at the American Tobacco 5oinpany Avili probably be a bidder This would I1ulIlast h Hand spring still further com plicated the money market Money as plenty and long loans were made A iianla would ordinarily rather have short time paper as the funds arc turncdoveV m6re quickly and can he ltailed in Now when the market is tight it is impossible lo realize quickly Hut there is no cause for worri nient There is no cloud without a silver lining Within a month or two finances will be easier and we can all breath freely A MURDERER iKILLS A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings Now Life Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate stom liver anti bowels prceventiug Inch t clogging that invites appendi citis eurintr Constipation Headache Biliousness Chills 2oe at all drug gkts See us for fire brick and all sizes of fire backs J R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY COMPANY IO213t TRY THIS fOR CATABH Get a I1YOMET pronounce il Highome outfit today Pout a IDW drop from the botllt into the inhaler that comes with eacli outfit and breathe it in four or five times a day- Immediately you will know thin HYOMEI soothes and lieals the in lamed and irritated membrane tated membrane But JIYOMEI does moVe titan sooth and heal it kills time germs those persevering pests that are at the root of aI eartarrhal condition Last year T sufiercd ierribli with catarrh I uscdoud bottle oJ HYOMEI TJid my catarrh was li- dter3hiss t Helen 3cNair Loyal ton Cal A complete LIYOMEE outfit includ ing a botle of ILYOMEI a hard rub her pocket inhaler and simple in structions for use cots only 100 If you now own a llyomei inlialct you tHH get an extra bottle of lYO- n I for only 50 cents at Phillip tjnd druggists everywhere Gnavanteed to cure catarrh croup aslitnia anti sore throat or money back REACHING THE TOP in any calling of life demands a ycr orous body and a keen brain Without health theie is no success Bu Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known ft compels perfect action orslomach liver kidneys bowels mirifies and en riches the blood toiuqand invigo rates the wholb system nnd enables you to stand the wear and tear 01 your dsaly work After months ol suffering frcmi Ividncy Trouble writes Wf Sherinau of dishing Me three bottles of Electric Bitters niade me feel like a uew m u50- It all druggists Examination pai ers are bSiug dis Iributed in avery State in the Unioi for the Cecil Jlhmlqs scholarships tl Oxford University Two persoiis in cvery Stirte have thie opportunity of winning the jnixes The serenity and f the Supreme Court of the Tjiiilejl State was disturbed TJuirsday by Attorney llCVttnKtTnitrt Staprhis brief in llr Qi1IlricI LiSTENERSNYEB HEARi any goodof them loic a saying that doesnt go in our case We have heard so many nice things said about rur lumber by experienced builders tat we 1m vc become used to them Thieve must be a reason for these compliments A single trial of our lumber will reveal it to you WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING MARTS CHICAGO Oct 22 WHEAT The very fact that the bulge in wheali caused by forcing the shorts to covet Thursday failed to hold even for an hour yesterday has discouraged many who were hoping fo ra bull market In the fueL of smaller receipts maid primrry receipts stocks arc increas ing in most quarters adn this indicat es a very limited milling demand fo wheat The hankers of the country are doing all they can to force wheat to primary points and no doubt wil make an effort to force owners ot when at central markets to put it into export channels if possible The mhrkct will naturally have tempor ary swells possibly sonic week end covering today hut on hard spots we favor the selling side CORN If there is to be a return of clear cool weather favorable foi handling the new crop the indica tions point to an early movement Corn raisers generally are reported1 ns abandoning theirideas of anothci year of higher prictes Unusual effort tEe being made to engage in the leaviest feeding in yeftiw in many big western doll States Protect profit on short lines ill sharp dips and keeping to the selling side on thr bulges OATS Oats and corn are likely to go lower togetiLo- rPItOVISIONSGcIt says 7000 hogs vs 10000 estimated and 11 000 List year Ihe general fueling now is that we must ce an adjust ment of vlues Jlay stuff on hard spots might do to soil ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY Chicapo Oct 22 Cattle re cipt iOn slow amidweak beeves 46tTSi Texas steers 4 00 JGO western steers 410i OS5 itockcrs and feeders i1fr i70jcws heifms 22iC dHO 1723 10 hogs receipts 15000 nnd 10 cents lower 700tf20 shee receipts 8000 5 and 10 eent uglier native 2iO4dOwe 27ffN3r yearlings JO tel1I lambs native 475o710 47 ICXCINXATJi Oct 22Cnttle rc jeijts 115 steady fair to good ship pers JrjlO525 common 22 itI l0 hogs receipts 079 steady hut hers and shippers SUOaBom non ttSoO sheep receipts 204 tronsr 2l J0 lambs steady f35- lTHE AUDITORIUM Incorporated The only continuous Show House in the City One performance nightly at 8 oclock except Saturday when there are two Shows change Monday Wednesday and Friday Nights Two reels of moving pictures changed every night MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS October 24 ard 25 HARRY KITTY BOLUS The classy pair of entertainers Some binding Some Dancing Some Comedy Some Wardrobe MYERS HOLMES COMEDY SKETCH The Prima Donna and the Daffy Messenger Boy introducing classical vocal and instrumental solos and duets M Uiuce Saturday Afternoon 230 houseNoBLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS DRANK ACID STEUBENVILLE Ohio Oct 24 paiutelicolluuittel in his room Sunday afternoon He Uiad financial trouble and was in ill health 4 f PAINFUL ACCIDENT n Tr t PiCIlcr tf ffOhiflt dropped planl on hisfoot Satin dhv morning brfiaksug one o2Jmis small toes j rAN t11NTALGAROEN It Is Nob Planted With Flowers Lad It HaaWo LawnJ ff A garden hoes not necessarily mean n collection of iloVera arranged more or Jess symmetrlcallyi tittm spaces of lawn sit ltem of irees and paths hillier Iud thither There ljtve lei ii gardens that beyond a jurchjbuttit jar or two holding n rosebush 1t v flowering al mond have limit no green tiling within their gates lknov of nn oriental garden in Fz where white garmcntid joor COuld in U1toheart or to music that vhs old henI the tfyrftnlds were new or look at dancing girl or two taking soft steps whUe they smoke their iiar glles yet that garden is nothing lilOleI than a series of arthe upholding beyond walls toned a faint mysterious yellow that is lint yelfow but white Iud yet not white but rostt In the middle is a pool of wither In a stone basin that looks him because of the tense sk overhead and tituS sliini mcrs with gold in reflections from thp walls In the corner stands a mighty jar full of strange scarlet blossoms and rugs of deep color and intricate pattern lie on the sun warmed flags There is always time fairy music of dropping water maid wotaderfursjhd ows motC among the arches This place isva garden tot all that It is so buil ell of man The word court will not do for itCentury Magazine fGijtING FATIGUE Jacking Up the Tired System Without Using Stimulants If efforts to keep at work are con tinuecIin splti of fatigue the qualiry of the fOlk Is poor and the exhaustion inordinate Students constantly make this error anddo aUsQrts of things to keep awake to tiara the midnight oil when if they would go to bed arid Iest they could accomplish for more In half the time in the morning with little or no fatigue Yet there are times when sleepiness and fatigue must be overcome without resort to stimulants which injure the judgment The tired physician with a critical case for instance must have his witsabout him and it will aid him vastly to go to anO len window every fifteen or thirty minutes to take a dozen or two deep inspirations of cold air His exhaustion in the cud will be great but liejanuiake it up later As a matter of fact surgeons and others whose work requires the keen est perceptions instinctively choose the early morning for their best efforts reserving the afternoon for low pressure tasks or recreation That is Itistmar4mttem tosoilivc that we do not need the stitnulUs ofthese extraor dinary methods of respiration Amer lean Medicine M A Dime Better Than Two Nickels A iurofesioimbtuututhmndIer approach ed a man crossing City llall park and demanded a nickel which tlieman good natiiredlV handed out saying Al suppose that goes for u glass of beer Surest tiling you know replied the panhandler unlilnshingly And by the way while we tie on tile subject Ijaye now In my possession two nick els Would you mind giving me a ten cent piece for them I will on one condition said the man whose curiosity was aroused Wuatis the answers Well you see its this way ex plained the panhandler If I have a dime I go into a saloon and ask for beer I have a nigkelcouieback which enables me to amble over to the free lunch counter maid fill up Maybe you dout realize that getting change overlie bar gives a man a certain tone that doesnt belong to him if he jut roughs up a nlckclNew Y6rkSun Rice In the Orient Rice is wet that grown for the most part in flooded land or dry that raised on uplands Its growth iir those regions where civilization has penetrated least Is pathetic Parts of the east are still cOvered with virgin forest of tall trees Underneath all is dark in heavy shuttle Creepers twine up hundreds of feet and are all topped ptiugwood a suitable spot is chosen for rice they must have or starve Unfler growfh is cut out mind staked nod hedged around to make a fence for the little rice farm Exchange Foxglove- In some places in England the fox glove is regarded with awe as a witches flower the peasants saying that the witches use the bells of the blossoms as tuiniblcs In most parts however the wee sma folk that bode no ill are the beings that sweetly nestle in the foxglove bells and in Ireland the plant is called the fairy cap A Rival Why do you always say As scarce as liens teeth Because they arc about the scarcest things in the worfdl More scarce than men who enjoy hearing about the cleverness of other peoples babiestI Chicago Record Herald Womens Left Miss Bikley So you have given up advocating wcmans rights Miss Passee1 Yes I now go In for womeas lefts i Womens lefts Whats that Widowers Iti va affectlnsiare biir life We lUre by the they supply our warmth Ohanningrv 0 o Unit MifLo iiii INRUNAAY 4 I Pony Becomes FriglitehfetfatBarRintj Dog and Throws Occupants of Cart to the Ground T4 Ji Vy idien By little Miss Mamie AYilson rl iine frightened ut ja barking dog early Monday morn lug jind ran away IVCVtutt hug Un cart and throwing he occupants to the ground Miss Annie Risk vas brjused about the head utah face Miss Finnic Belle Nelson was llnrt about tIme chest and sustained a number of cuts on the faie while Miss Wilson was so baldly bruised and eat hat a physi dun was summoned Fortunately none of the lit He girls were seriously hurt m1111 will be able to be out in a few days AUDITORIUM theIcomedy sluuttli entitled the prima idonmi andllie MesMuiger Boy also iiitroditcing classical vocal anil in strumental solos and duets Marry jriid Kitty Bolu that classy paiIoi entertainers gathering to cultured audiences will sing ome and dance some mixed with great coriufdy and a swell wardrobe and with the two jiunv pictures this is sure some show COURT DAY SLFtRtPORTED Large Crowd is in Town and Trading- at Both Stockyards is Very Brisk Monday Ofle of time largest piwyils was in town court day thai has been here 1or many mouths At the Broadway tock yards abut fifteen hundred cat tie were placed on the market and trading was brisk Steers wveresold at prices varying froin4 to o1 cents heifers from it t4J Jutp ows from IVo to 4 cents coifs brought from 40 to 12j ported Following arc some of the sales re George Adams to J C Scojiee 2 tcers af 4 cents Luke True to Charles Todd 1 row IIlcuisWade lo RailsbacVil steers at 41 cents J C Sconce Jo Jajnes Evans I steer at 4 cents Wiseman to Zadc IJodgkin 1 steer at 4 cents Devary to Evans n tees at 41a cents Cruise toTl 1 cow nt 312 cents IL S True to Jonas Veil 3 steers at 4 cents Sain Hocl kill to M Weil 14 steers at if4GO per hUlHlril John iJrtsc to W N vrcKinney 2 cows ai 2k CjCiits- lilijl to ansJ steer at 4 cents Joe LuHlscy to Weil 20 steers at 44 cents J M Rose to J M Druid 2 Jieif ers at 3 cents Wni MeKinucy to Evans 5 steers at 4ii cent 14B Adams to Ul Hume 0 steer jt 5 cents R pGoffIo tilli1l steers at cents T B Adams tp1f1Ie IGI1IC U steers at 4 C Graves In Spomon 4 steers at 41jcenfs Ben Burgher to Joe Downing 7 steers at 4 cent Win McKinney to Cn Goff 0 steer a tl cents henry to Lyman 3 hejfcrs at 312 cents Venison toR Scobcb 3J heifers at 3 V cent M Tlosejto Toiins Wcil 10 steeiv it 5 cents Reeves to Greening J4 heifers at 4V2 cents s iL Lykiiis to MlVeil 15 steers at 4 cent R q lnrtinforo Downing steers at 5 cents Alen to Jonas Weil 0 jsteers at 4 1 cents Franklin to Balliwl 0 steers at 4 cents JricfoOcifyittfto Jonas SVci 0 steer ot5 cents Willie Grayitt to Jonas Weil steers at 41 cents ill MnrtiutoS p Wills 14 steers nt 41f cents Pities hiS Kllqlgkin It8Jee p at 4 cents Parrish and Bradley cordially in yites you td attend the demOnstration of BtlrnEtt mxtractsiflH fruit coIsr log all thIswe k IiMnri n s tfoL t tPEOPLES FORUM j TEST FOR DAI RY AND BEEF CAT7C f Pn the Editor ofThme Nevs Through this column IIIil l1 speak a ten words toFatluers who have nIl1I by t1mi faith ful efforts in ttie pist tl Milviiys Itiliv to doMvhatjJiov rjfn for tin public good niitergn which write doubt less has not thoiirlu of by item or if it iii 9ii mil have had what they considered goon reason for 1111acting The matter to which Iietei is tij tllbcnlliintesf of dairy a andijbeet cat tle The report of the dmries and slaughter of this section made sortie months since 10 an ex tlll1Stteslioxved n vojyiuivjiiitiiry state of alrtiii viflHier lieu conditions JsAvc improvedor not since then cannot say but itoltr ifliHent City Health Ofliccrwere to insject all nilk and see what our litHe helplos bibes sue 011hlut fhinkifgwo iist feel fhnw an article in one of tho nig azines luch strufk me vory forMbly ts the jiaby Woitli n Dollar We who are interbstCl pa iI ietmvnutItlsay many dnllii1 rjid thllcfPrl should have the vyyy best clejinest purest milk that pan be had Miieh sickness and much 05of lite is fennsed an nually by bmduutilk nail the city health olljccrs htve ilonesawjy with this in1 grohf inoiisurojby weekly inspection Ohy little innOIont bnjjps take what svc pit in tlfcir inontli whether good ot had and we may daily be putling ihrtu their systems tubei cuhiir gpnns Only the other lay hoard young mother express Hcsireto put her babe on 6Vs milk but said she felt afraid under pesent conditions to trust anvff the dmimiesOnt of time magnificent herdof cows bought for tntllfrlilllcent of tuberculin cows was rlann jug tiuis year it luis buugiit fine of Holstines as they artesaid hcn1I freer from the Wftite Plague any other kind of catole What a lesiJr the test was made iOl the poor defe sells iinCorluntes would have heel subjeeteTl to ilu plague We are t asrjmble to this disease through leldPat jc buy daily unless thi test fe put to tIH1 stock we cat IW mire grateful to our city Father for giving us sue ah efficient Heal li OllicOr and to him For his watchfu ness to prevent the sprcr ling of coi tngious diseases We have seen illn difference illj the fruit stand meat stores and many other thii rs sinoe aMcgulayj Health Officer las bccii employed vbHi with this milieu improvement write of Whichever will bo equal of any of her sistir citie and the new sewerage systeip Winchester will bo the healthiest thy in Kentucky Yours fot public good A7T IXTFRKSTKn P WIT Wlnchwvrj Leadlnf Stort The Curry DryiI Goods Co I U The fan patterns are beautifulj All the new designs We are now showing out new assortment of Maish Comfortsthe latest designs in silkolene sateen andsilk These comforts are known thrqughout the country for their warmth without weight Made by a special process of the finest snowwhite cotton they are the same downy fluffy thickness throughput No lumps No thin places Come in and see our assortment of There is no other comfort made that we can recommend highly You will like the Maish cover ing plain and bordered BLANKETS Warm strictly All Wool Blankets large size 450 to 1000 Outing and Woolen Blankets 85c to 300 The Curry Dry Goods Co Winchester Ky L ISatWUd With Snill Profits WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We arc having calls every day for farms of allsizes nnd prices iCj you have one you want to sells e or tel ephone us at once Ofliee in McEl phoncsITRACY STOKEny MR WIlliAM V SHERWOOD SfiERWOODLISTEMANN RECITAL Res at s fGeStudents and jnusic pppJls50 if tickets are pur vchased in Ifr e it i1 iI iIf i i t I i Ti wiTiwYrW fi C = l THE WINCHESTER MEWSLr Page Three r t V SOMETHING NE t ofI JWe have just received something new in f1 wvy Christmas cards They are the very latest hhpc t teas iud must be seen to be appreciated t Order now as they have to be made iuEngla ic your order t See the samples in our window I C H BOWENJeweler J29 ain s WINCHE TEK JY w ri SOCIETY Complimentary lt1jtJlliolhlittle friends on Saturday afternoon iroin dt0 0 in honor of Mips Gladys Armstrong of Troy N V Vriiosc in the party were Misse ouctt5il cIa humlson Slis henlah lholllP- s u eIiijSCrone 8111 3llrt Inylhoilip- squ elnttitletti After1I pleasant drive tu party ns cbndiuted to the home of tip Ji rstesOyluire they were served wltadelifious hot chocolate anti cnk viVtter spending a while in fun takIclilV informal ir and Mrs DinncrIeliiirtiiiug ly4 ent ioVninhdinner at their beautiful coun try Jiomc Sunday The decorations were very effective aiifl The menu was a feast of leIiI ciuua viands Family Reunion Aii enjoyable family reunion wa iQld alJhc honie of Mr Adam Cur hyi1tiJnf1im FieJclon Sunday J lUlutec Aire eat were hal1tI Mrs John Booth llrnd Mrs John Tiir pin and daughter Mrs Hex Krvin and daiightei Mary Mrs A T Cur ry likes Mary Stella Fannie mIll StellaCuny Mr Elia Curry Miss es Ann Hannah and Amanda Curry iMr5 Cas Goff and two clnlthCI1I counIfIf for the nnstinjcd hospitality whctf prevailed a Married at Lexington MivAViJIard Dennis and Miss Xellii Rash both of Winchester were mar Tied Saturday afternoon at J oclock at 352 Chestnut street in Lexington by Rev J W Porter pasior of tIlt Fhst Baptist church The young people were attended by Mr Edwaiv H Thuds aiid1 Miss Alice White The bride wore a gray traveling siutwithjuit to inn tob The two left Isiier iri the afternoon on a bridal trir to the Fast v For Miss Nunnelly f Vn attractive compliment to one of Winchesters most charming brides elect Avas the limn shower given byj lima Sallie cDonalclon Saturday utiwl oon in honor of Miss Alice ihmelly dorkenedrandgreen cnndles in crystal eandolabrr lent a charming rediance to UK siCn antIn ittoAsparagus JlhllllU1 and many stately potted phini furnished thei decorations A feature ottlu henntiful aftair was a visjiiirwili the iMtecl be ing obtained hntll pillars wit shingled mosSgrou tillirelPttl lltell perfcut Tmii uf all olel ahi0uedwelllIv Lih way su peneledlll 0aIe i 111111 This well confaiiiffl the resents which were giaceful lumdud at by Miss Elixabeth fl vItcharmingly dressed wliite with pink ribbons tothe lovily bride obe who Avas atliredjiiiii nuefiil gown of pink broqadcd silk dipped in lace tand trimmed in pink Jiiii roses with gloves to matUIr The guests were tm invitedto the IIhenutyof the table restedit laro rut glass vase filled with veil liir ICIOChsanti Teen 1oliitge01i iwh plat was a landsome hjtndcnl us Containing lelicions lemon ice Jiton eandlcs n cut glass candelabra furnished an ittractive gleam and spjirkle to the setting Cut glass iiapiiies were iasse1anti n delicious meat conro aS charmingly serviil Fishing Party Thefollmving nieiiibcrs f the Perm ishing Club cnjoyed iln past week it Sulphur Springs lioonesboro 7 F Brannon John Ctiiniell JJuurv Irosche J W Taylr LSlicer eo H Ray Jess Napier Joe M ell Mlle and 311 M vail Great sneeess in randrpleasant outing are nivJned Officers Ele ted hel11itling October 30 the tsrejisioh boiiM he installation of till 1I1ly nlecfcd fllcer of the Epwoiili League for var4The ft L itllt service ivas carried mil and Me address vas given by Rtv W S Andorson The following olficer wcri installed Presideiit JVIrs J E Grabbsflci- Ce president IT P Cariicntcr see lid vice president Mr Jnes third ice president Mrs AVilkfp fjnncas ler fourth vice president Miss Iani inc Pecjes seerelary Mr Chas S tenable treasurer Mis Lucy Ben on event for Eriwoiih Kra Mis Vnna Wright z Courtday Dinner The ladies of the Pa list hurcb condjicted a ciiiiilaydihiici onday The store rom in Ihq o 11 qa leone building was n aiid icr was served to a Ioi illlmht of tic farmers who were in tnvn Mr anc1 Mrs Cecil Harris au 4i IIL CLEAN FOOD COUNTERj t f v We have just installed at considerable expense to us- E V f mmljjm SANITARY DRIEdf RUIT COUNTER f ztE t t Dust Proof and Fly toocContains 30 separate apartments each with a glass display frontr t j Come in and see our latesteffortto give our v customers only J btt v Pure and Clean Foods1 t j f i t f It MaoNeiil Weathers j VH v f both h sNtl 4 4 4 l fa 4 i t r 1t i it L Clifton B Ross Suits New arrivals in tailored lIAts unusual values in hundreds ofclever practical modelsspecialshowing of suits from 25uOO Up The prices give rio indication of the superb values of the new models that are ready now for your consideration The style fabrics and workmanship are of the highest character Dress Goods Silks The y Terptlatest patterns of fall dress goods and silks are now waiting the investigation of the ladies of Win chester and vicin- ityKnolair Hose We guarantee all Knotair Hose for six months We give S and H Green Trading Stamps Clifton Ii Ross Opposite Court House Winchester Ky icing congratulated on the arrival Sunday of a fine daughter Cecil Kliz rthcth Miss Marguerite Donahue of Lexj ugt0n visited her parents Mr and 1113 A Donahue Prom Friday un til Monday Misses MrrHia Jones and Sadie Flynn Clyde and Goldie Perry and jjjiltle Strauiihn and Pony Nelson SundayFarli e has been the guest of Mrs Louis a rvHi Mr and Mrs Philip Webber left Sunday for Colorado bciug called by dnugbiertillsMr Leon lienakcr has returned front New York Mr JW Womack is in Hzclij Oreon on business M rs companies hint Mr Lambert Salcndar who has jceji iu All llta Crtfor some time s Plating his mother in tlsiieity Mr WHinn has retttrne11o tiis home in hazel Green rlter a pleasant visit to ills daughters Mrs J N Rankin and Mrs Amanda El kin Mr and MVsO E Lyons and fam ilt motored front Lexington Sunday vreie jiucpts of1lttnatuhl E1 Mr and M rs Robert Profit left Monday morning to spend several dt1 s in Cincinnati Sheriff Dave McCord of Madison onn1 is in tillcity Mr Ed Jordon of Marysvillc 0 Is visiting in this City Mr Henry fattish of Wishing ton street was taken to a Lexington Sanitarium la t week M r Alex Campbell Miss 111 Sheridan and fr Will Webber o Vshland spent Sunday here Mr Robert Tiimble of Mt Ster I Seasonable Gold Jewelry For Men MrsElilh fromIa Cave Mr Joe Tanner spent Sunday in LonisvilleMr A McDanicl and little daughter have gonito Lexington foe visit before returning to their tom at e hlbeenIttV family Mr Doris Mixe of Louisville It- t nc1ec1 the funeral of Mrs Edith Mire Sunday Miss Margaret Ryan hay returned to her home in1Aexiugton after a visit to Miss Elizabeth Mae Madignn Irs Smother St who has been very ill of diptheria is improving Miss Girce Coyle ij visiting in Mt Sterling lien parents Mr aud Mrs B II Coyle have returned home from Lexington where Mr Coyle has bee ina hospital for some time Mr Frank Gordon Sr is recuper alien at the home of Mr Jim Law renee in the county Notice to Taxpayers Yon have but fen more days be fore the penally is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law Inm eompelledto collect fill of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully ShenitLongfellows Popularity Longfellows demeanor was always courteous towards his students Once during an uprising the students Profs like gentlemen New or fyrmnI Gold Cuff Links tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Ldpel Chains Key Rings Guard Ghnjns Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge andoo Sets i3rosriSign of Withr4 s Main St + WINCH E R KY yl 1 i THE PREYpEase With lioniThe puma is so fond of horseflesh that in Patagonia it is dillieult to breed horses as the colts are killed bv this American lion A native told the author of The Naturalist In La Plata that on ono occasion while driving his horses home through a thicket a Punta sprang out of the followingbghlndThe puma alighted directly on the colts back with one fore foot grasping Its shoulder while with the other it seized the head lid giving it a violent wrench dislocated the neck The colt fell to the earth as if shot Next to horsellesh the puma prefers mutton He does not like veal al though he will kill a calf upon occa sion A cunning puma which on cloudy nights raided Jl sheep ranch used as a place of concealment the pen where n dozen calves were kept while it was waiting to attack the sheep but It did not injure a calf Pigs when in large herds defy the puma by massing themselves together and presenting a serried line of tusks The ass also resists successfully the pumas attack When assaulted it thrusts its head between its fore legs md kicks lcHellt1 until the Is driven or thrown otTIOne chit an Indian while riding sawh la young cow watching his approach Her manner showed that it was in a state of dangerous excitement and the Indian conjectured that some beast of prey had killed its calf He began searching for the calfs body While thus engaged the cow repeatedly charged him Presently he discovered the calf tying dead among the long grass and by its side a dead puma with a large wound just behind the shoulder The calf bad been killed by the puma for Its throat showed the wounds of large teeth The cow had driven one of its long sharp horns into the pumas side while it was sucking the calfs blood SLOW NEW YORK It Actually Made theHustling Western Barber Sleepy Why say said a visiting barber from the wide untrammeled west you folks here in New York are narrow iiuiitcd shackled contracted far behind the age You think you are the human limit when really your gait is very slow I went Into one of your shops here yesterday Nice shop good equipment everything fine and elegant but when I saw how slow you were hereon the work It made me nervous A good plant but not worked to capacity They had a man in a chair with a barber cutting his hair and a maul cure fixing his hands and a bootblack blacking his shoes all at the same time and I suppose yon think here that thats going some to have three people work on a customer all at mice but goodness me you ought to look iflfp ray shop and see how we do things iu my part of the country rye got a shop thats every bit as modern and up to date to the last limit as anything youve got in New York hilt out there we utilize our plant What do you suppose we do when a titan comes In thats in a hur iry to catch a train Think we all lie down and take a nap cuttingiUistad two manic urers tackle his hands one on each side We take off his shoes and two boys work on them each blacking u single shoe while two chiropodists get at hint each taking il foot and at tile same time we have one boy brushing the customers hat uid mother brushing his overcoat while another dusts dim clothes hes iot on with a vacuum duster You put three people on n mon at once and think youre doing something We put on eleven and think nothing about it at all and our town aint quarter as big as New Yorknot n quarter Why honest this NewYork at uiosphcre makes me sleepyNew York Sun An Old Machine The Tubingen Morgeublatt of Oct 81 1S29 coutauisa description of such a machine as then in use in the Lon eon coffee house It was in the shape ofa tobacco jar which stood on the table und had a slot into which a pcu ny lied to be inserted to obtain a pipe ful of tobacco The weight of the coin depressed a lever and released a lock tile writer adds tbatn halfpenny would not do the trick and the would be cheat could not recover his money London Notes and Queries The Judge Agreed- It Is recorded that Lord Mansfield the famous English judge of the sec tand half of the eighteenth century lis offSir Fletcher Norton upon a case volving certain manorial rights My lord said Norton who was in sufferably dictatorial I can instance the point hI person I have myself two little manors aware of that re IWeureellMansfield seizing his opportunity Caution Extraordinary You have a night key Of course answered Mr Meektpn only Im so careless thai Henrietta keeps It J9 ked up in the safety depos aSbingjtonAfter Their Quarrel Mabel Of course you speak to Lena when you pass tier HelennleedI lo not WhY 1 lout even notice what she tae owl =Puck J f n SMALL FARMS i H I 50 acres 3 miles on Paris pike to i cut in 4 pieces 12 12 acres each Best land in the CountynuSee us quick if you want one I Blue Grass Realty Co tersTHE BEST alone good enough ouron customers have this business Winchester many years have experience mal coal trade make serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory tliaii anybody else H MARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO 1 tt Citizens National dank t Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 251000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS will give you courteous treatment and attend and carefully to business entrusted to ussJ D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier IT F Phillips V Prts J Poynter Asst Cashier 1 TRUSTEES SALE IN tt BANKRUPThi E E Kid wells entire off Drugs Proprietary Medicines Chemicals Druggists Sundries Soda Fountain Cigars and To bacco and Store Fixtures I rTo be sole at Public Auction to the highest bidder on o Wednesday October 26 d t iatM30 P1M K At the tore Room in tile Brown- roctoria Building t Appraised value is 6427 55 Terms of Sale Cash For particulars inquire Lewis R Hampton John A Ryder Trustees In Bankruptcy r I MANYSIDED MCREARY 1111fsiunp lita certain campciigtitjMcCrcary rtv n JC tCjwse did sreye diuhfg the entire Xiyil War f rjI rdmit il repjied Blackburn l adiuit it mid admit hilllortf falie ojponeiit did Imf thee iment of CUll people has hecn mtI sjant ewer since tliat he HycrO stay tour years side of any Question5 Saturday EVejnliji final tFORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a larxeutnnbts J ct f Buffer is pilose luaas are sore l t AI J f 1iJl j n tf is for We been in in for and learned by y points in the which it possible for us t f j We promptly all J W stock tic not my koif oiie racked1 wiflT coughs are Tigt1 oVp to another climate But UUB is cosily itelcovery cure you at home Jt curcU me of lunpr trouble writes Wi Nelson of Calamine Ark alien ffh else faileland I gainedb4i poundsijii weight Its surely tic IviiiJT of a11 jcoujjh and lityg cures TPl nuJ c owe their lives and health toit JK positively guaranteed for CoupiiSt CJolds LjGnppc Asthma Croup sill Throat anillung troubles 5Qcaand 100 Trial bbttlefrec Sold bytall t driinnists Rr Ladies dont fail to attend the demonstration of Burnetts extracts fandjfruit ccl this wee1pt Par risk JUId Alleys 4tf i I 1II f 1v7T x r5 s It I l IT7 THE WINCHESTER NEWS T T7 wumvL I FARMS FOR SALE AKM XO ljO acres 7V miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with 6 rooms 2 porches good stable Jiolds 4 acres of tohac co Ice house mal sill other outbuild ings large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into fpiir lots all well nvateml Allni grass except 8 or 10 acres Clo c to good school Price 6OOO FARM NO 28acres 6 miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 2 halls 2 pprelies in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bagco Tee house chicken houses c use meat house corn crib hog houses and other out buildings Djvidcd into 4traots each one being well watered Hiltlencry fence in first class condition Has large young orchard in full Ijearinzr Close to good school and churches and in les- stlLaa quarter of a mile from vail iVad station Will allraise good tobacco A bargain at 8000 iinENo L9 acres PIJ mil es frpni Winchester on good pike Hiu twoStxrv frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tQbU qippbarnjgood cellar anti UllOUt biiIfliLinllin good condition di vided in 5 ilracts all Avell watered nmlfeneed About 20 acres in cnl 1ti atioh haJ nee in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postoflicc and blacksmith shop Price i5000 FARM NO 460 acres 7 miles frdm Winclfcs ii onequarter mile from railroad station has framcdwelling of 6 rooms twostoryI barn 4acre tobacco barn sary outbuildings Well with pool welkand creeks All out side fencint good About 15 acres iny cultivation balance in grass Price 6000ISfRM NO 511O acres 7 miles tom Winehester tiwostoiy frame dxvellirig wiUu 7 rooms Gacre tobacco barn All necessary outhouses Small tqnrnt house Well fenced anti watered Puce j73 per acre agd Sold Severe Cold and Grippe Misery Will Be Relieved in Just tit i1P that dose of Pipes Cold taken hours vun4il doses afe taken will Grippe Mr severe cold or y limbs V You feel the dose ends the most pains dullness heal end stuffed up miiiftoiis cK soreuejss jstiff FARM NO 3 mills from on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms All mice essary 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Yell fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price liJO per are FAKM NOA 3 miles from has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco burn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grass Price 0 per acre FARM XO S26 acres 3V milcsj front on good pike Has new Groom dwelling ham anti out buildings jl5O0 FAD 930 acres 7 miles from frame dwcjling with rooms tobac co barn acres necessary rood orchard well wu ered with wjjlls springs and pools Small tenant house lo reres in cul tivation balance in grass price 3 000 FAWI NO 10300 neves 12 mil cs from Has WOOlY frame dwelling with 7 looms tenant house Sacre mba olarn large stock barn and all necessary out W1tclet11rarm 12000 FARM NO mites from Frame dwelling with 4 rooms alt splen tlitlt and tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco ail kinds of fruit price 3866 FARM 12157 acres IVj miles from on good pike has frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7acrc tobacco mini and all well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 7 mites from has room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and all necessary well watered etc Price 113 per acre FARM 3 miles from on good pike has 4room tenant house new 10acre to bacco barn water all tobacco laud Price 125 per acre I I Tracy Stokcly Office in McEldowney Bldg Both NOTICE TO LADIES Avoid nil the and in of a washday at home by scndini your clothes to us You can one bargain day to pay for having time family washing done Co tWrkWonders Large Figures f TheReduso improves well developed and gives supportwheremost needed Reduso Corsets are comfortable durable unaided by straps or of any kind fiveqinches ePrice 300 upward to 1000 at all Stores WEINGARTENBROS Maker 34th St at Broadway New York L J EASILY BREAKS k SHEK COLD t TJiMQst a 2jFeWHours sitivefaet a Compound every two tliree consecutive cure breikjup tllejrtio5jt ettim- emJIitI1IfllCILeSI V distinctly cldbreak grippetYpipQms It promptly miserable headache neuralgia nose dcverishness sneezing sore throat VrunninjgfithenQse lUTiriial discharges I s 6103acres Winchester outbuildings 7345iLCICS Winchester Winchester Price NO Winchester has twostory holding 6 outbuildings t Winchester 1127ueres7 Winchester tiifliiflelstock NO Winchester outbuildings twostory liL58ncre Winchester five outbuildings NO 1462aeies Winchester neverfailing Phones i discomfort convenience save enoughomi b- yWinchester Laundry for greatly figures easyfitting attachments Everywhere laekstOlflfll outbuildings hess and rheumatic twinges Papes Cold Compound is the resu1 of three years research at a cost ot more than fifty thousand llars ant contains no quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not ef fective in the treatment of colds 01 grippe Take this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made anywhere else in the world which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other a sistanee or had aftereffects as a 25 cent package of Papes Cold Com pound wfiich any druggist in the world cnn supply THIS OUGHTTOFLYIL- EXINGTON l Ky Oct 2tThom ns B Dewhrust of this city complete a model of a gyroscoptic helicoptic aeroplane and hns prepar ed blue prints from which he will spoil begiij the construction of t larger machine with vjiich he pro poses to do some flying SUBSCFlBEFORTTHENEWS t rPEOPLES Sermon by- CHARLES T RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle se 1Ic 0 London October 23 Pastor Uussell of Brooklyn Tabernacle today address ed an immense audience in the worlds greatest Auditorium the Royal Albert Hall Many of Ills audience were Jews attracted by the liberal extracts from Pastor Russells sermons which have been appearing In time Jewish papers all over the world The discourse was full of comforting assurances both to Jew and Gentile of the glorious out come to the Divine Plan as respects our world and its inhabitants We report the address only in part as fol fows There can be no doubt that the words of our text apply not to Spiritual Is rael and the heavenly Jerusalem but to the Seed of Jacob for many cen turies travailing in palmia nation without a land people possessing most wonderful promises yet enjoying none of thema people scattered amongst all other peoples yet in harmony with the Divine promise made at the begin ning of their organization they haVe been preserved separate and distinct from all other nations The Jews area miracle in themselves They witness to the civilized world Gods promises and the power thereof in the human mind As foretold tn the Scriptures for long centuries they have bad no Prophet no Priest no ephod no vision from God no revelation Time people to whom at one time belonged the honor of being tbe only people to whom the Divine purposes were revealed have for more than eighteen centuries been left destitute of any evidence of Di vine favor except in this one fact that their solidarity as a people is presented We are not of those who rail against the Jew who cry out Christkillers the vengeance of God Is upon you and what you have suffered is only a foretaste of more awful sufferings for all eternity Thank God No We have lb such evil sentiment in our heart We have nothing for the Jew but sym pathy even while In him as in others of Adams children we may see much to reprehend nevertheless we also see his commendable qualities Among others we see the quality which God so greatly appreciated In Abraham namely faith in his God and in the Divine promises Such a faith has In spired Gods Chosen People to wait for his promised Messianic Kingdom lo these many centuriesthrough all kinds of discouragements disappoint ments and persecutions The longpromised time of Israels exaltation as the channel of Messianic 1astetbItion In conjunction with the birth of the New Order of things Beyond the sighing and the crying the morning dawnsthe glorious day in which the Sun of Righteousness shall chase from the world all the shadows of death and despair which sin anti its penalty have brought upon mankind What though the Scriptures tell us that Israel Is yet to have The time of Ja cobs trouble in connection with time worlds great time of trouble impending None of tlesethinps shall hinder us from rejoicing in the New Heavens and the New Earth which God de dares he Is about to create and put Into control of our worlduBe ye glad and rejoice forever in that which create Isaiah Ixv 18 The NeVHeaens and the New Earth are but symbolical terms for time consideration of that New Era in which there will be a new social order as well as a new ecclesiastical system aternal In the heavens The time has come when our text is having its fulfillment The shining of the lamp of Truth upon the prophetic page shows us that the great clock of the Universe Is marking the hour when he whose right It Is shall take to him self his great power and reign Ah yes We remember that it is written that then the nations shall be angry and Gods wrath shall be manifest and then the time shall come for time judg ment of the dead and the reward of all both small and great But we are glad nevertheless that the times of the Gentiles are nearly at an end und the time of Messiahs theocratic gov ernment Is at hand For he must reign until he shall have put down all un righteousness antI insubordination un til he shall caused every knee to bow and every tongue to confess to time glory of God the Father First In order of the Kingdom work will betlie binding of Satanthe work of a heavenly und not of an earthly king Gradually In the judgments decrees rewards punishments of nina kind and banishing of sin and death will the great King of Glory reveal his own gracious character anti the Fa liars righteousness to the chill dren of nlll Gradually all will have the eyes of their understanding opened to see not only time Father of all In his tnu phiraetc but also the Son In his gforlniH nmajistytlie Conquer or who for the joy that was set be tore him tlllllrlll lit cross despising rightjiuinlwith thi ing out t f the DIvJiiK blessuijf upon Israel and through Is Ooos sI 9 PULPIT Gods of ComfortI To the Jews J Comfort ye comfort ye my people saith I God to IIcom0 OOCrau- lextending that blessing to every nation One King but Two Kingdom- sIt has escaped Christendom in gen eral until now that the Divine promise to Abraham is to be fulfilled through two Seetls net heavenly class tbe other an earthly class with Messiah the Head over all For eighteen centuries God favored the Seed of Abra ham the nation of Israel Chastise ments they had reproofs in righteous ness yet in all that time they had also Divine favor as represented in their Law and In the Prophecies and in the privileges which came to them under the Law Covenant in that they had an annual Atonement Day which contin ued to them Divine favor That period of favor explain It how we may began to wane about the time of Jesus complctelyremQvedI land by the Roman army A D 70 Now a parallel time has been reacjied as stated in our text Hence It is time for the return of Gods favor as here in mentioned The favor already is returning The Jew snot been so comfortable nor so favorably fixed as he Is today In more than eighteen centuries But his blessing is only begin ning Shortly Divine favor In Gods due time will accomplish for his Chosen People all the precious promises of the Law and of the Prophets Already the Jew is awakening to a re alization of this great Truth Zionism which started as a political movement Is about to mid and blossom into a religious movement and the blessing of Divine Providence will so order their affairs The words of the Bonk the words of Divine promise so long read Ignorantly and blindly are about to become luminous and constitute the light which will direct them in the ways of tile t rdJetidlng on to the rehabilitation of Jerusalem and to the attainment of loftier ideals amongst the Jewish people A voice is sounding from time wilderness and the Jews everywhere are hearkening to it It does not call them to become Christians but to remain Jews and to realize as Jews the Ideals set before them by time Lord In the Law and by the Prophets To nil those exercised thereby a great blessing Is near which will more than compensate for the sor rows of this past Neither by sword nor guns nor dreadnaughts neither by flying airships nor torpedoes will Is raels great victory be won neither by money power nnd worshipping of the golden calf of finance nor by trusting in time arm of flesh but by looking to the Lord from whom will come their help Messiahs Spiritual Empire about to be established will bind Satan restrain every evil antI lift up a stand ard for the people blessing Israel and establishing with them the New Lawi Covenant instead of the Old Law Cov enant under the better Mediator still more capable than the great Moses under the greater King still more wised than Solomon and still more beloved orGod than David This great Celes tial Empire will be established with great authority Ja the world by a time of trouble a time of earthly distress which time prophecies picture as terri blen short reign of anarchy Jews and Gentiles will be responsible rich and poor for the bringing to pass of this awful trouble by reason of the selfishness which at present Is govern- Ing the wprld and which will be used of the Lord to wreck our present grand civilization grand at least on Its sur face and in its and pretensions A Socialistic artillery of words and ecclesiastical bonds of similar nature will only aggravate the strife Financial weights and levers with have much to do with the great crash of the forces of civilization in this near approaching cataclysm of trouble In which the reign of sin inequity in justice selfishness shall forever fall to rise no more and the present re- lIgious systems also shall be found wanting and pass away For these old systems symbolically the heavens and earth of the present time will be substituted the New Heavens and the New Earth the Church glorified beyond the vail as the Bride of the great Messiah ancl Society on earth reorganized will constitute the New Earth wherein will dwell righteous ness The transition will be but a momentary ordeal as compared with the glorious eternity of blessing under Messiahs righteous supervision He maketh wars to cease unto the end of the earth Israels Hopes Why So Delayed The perplexing thought with our Jewish friends as well as with Chris UnIts Is If these things be so If Mes- sIahs Kingdom is yet to be establish ed as time JewScQntemp1ated only on a spiritual plane instead of an earthly one and it Gods purpose Is to use those ancientlyfavored people as the clinnneisof his lilessing In the future IQpdel1yWetures erm Myttery the matter which Gull dLtmtit reveal directly either fo rbra tIn or through any of Jie Prophets udirectlye hinted a1 r f l it saying to Abraham Thy Seed shall be as the stars of heaven and as 1 the snnd of the seashore Jor multitude But Abrahain did not discern nor did others that these two Illustra tions belonged not to the same peopleI but to two different Israels The earthly promises belonged to nnturnl bJess1cdham Thus Abrnhnms Seed shall be as the sand of time seashore for multitude And they must all have the faith of Abraham and his obedience ere they can reach perfection as members of his Seed First In the order of blessing will come the Ancient Worthies Abraham Isaac Jacob and all the Prophets and holy ones of the theIto nil the glorious ideals of their minds aforetime This will be their reward for hnving walked by faith and not by sight Thus we read Instead of bo Ing the fathers they shall be time chil dren whom Messiah will make prlncos In all the earth his representatives In authorityIblessing shall return to Israel that thmnmiIr shall be blessed their eyes shall lie opened they shall look upon him whom they pierced they shall mourn for him they shall rejoice Jn him They will say This is our ruler We have waited for him und he will save us ZecharIah xii 10 ICrimes Committed In Jesus Name shame true Christians must admit that most atrocious crimes were committed in the name of Jesus dur ing the Dark Ages Worse than that The horrible misrepreSentation of all that name of Jesus stands for still continues Witness for stance the Injustices practised in the name of Christianity against the Jew In Russia for years past and in vari ous nations In remoter times Witness the fact also that only two months ago the socalled Christians of Roumaniu acted like veritable demons toward their Jewish neighbors Wellauthen ticated accounts tell that the Jewish cemetery was despoiled Many of those buried within the two preceding months were dug up and the putrid and mangled corpses thrown on the steps and in the dooryards of their families Can we wonder that the Jew has come to have a hatred for the word Christian and for thename Jesus The name Jesus as Is well known Is but another form for Joshua wtrich signifies Deliverer The name Christ Is the Greek equivalent for the word Messiah Every Jew rightly Informed respecting the character and the teach ings of Jesus is bound to respect him and his inmediate followers as amongst the grandest Jews that ever lived They must not be judged ac cording to the perversion of their teachings so common amongst Chris tians And it should not be forgotten that while the masses of Christendom have misrepresented their teaching doctrines and practises there has been throughout the entire age a saintly few who have closely followed iii the footsteps of Jesus In my preaching I do not urge upon the Jews to become Christians but seek to hold forth time Divine standard for them and to assist them to get ready for the fulfillment of the glori ous promfses which are theirs That the due time for the fulfillment of these is at hand is the comfort we of fer them in harmony with our text The Prophet declares that It will be after their return to their own land and after the great time of trouble which Is now impending upon Christendom that the Jew will recognize that the great Messiah of glory the great Michael of Daniel tUi for whose Kingdom they have been wait Ing Is none other thanthe Man Christ Jesus who gave himself a ransom for all men eighteen centuries ago God will then blessedly open their eyes of understanding As The Prophet declares They shall look upon him whom they pierced they will then see the identity between the Jesus who was sacrificed for the sins of Is mel and the world and time Messiah of Glory whose Kingdom will use Israel In the blessing of the world Meantime what has God wrought Ah this again We say is the Mystery Here und there from Jew and Gentile saintly characters have been sought and found by the preaching of the message of Christ even though that message frequently was dimmed by earthly imperfections and blem ishes by erroneous representations Those saintly ones will be sharers with Messiah in Divine blessings on the spirit plane mentioned to Abra ham under the figure that his Seed shall be as the stars of heaven But under what conditions do these attain a spiritual inheritance ITke unto the angels and far above themVe an swer that the spirit nature is the vine reward of a special obedience Our race was not created on the heav enly plane nor for a heavenly nature but of the earth earthy And its sal ration from sin will bring It to full perfection of human nature and to time full enjoyment of a worldwide Eden The Spiritual Seed of Abraham Is to be composed of Messiah and the Elect Little Flock of saintly footstep followers The price of their exalts tion Is their consecration unto death and faithfulness to that Vow These are the Jewels mentioned by time Lord to the Prophet Gather together my mints unto me salth the Lord those vho have made a Covenant with ine y sacrifice They shall be mine in that day when I make up uiy jewels iassjedAdvertJsemens II Ic a word for a slripInserUca 2c a word for sertions II1j Me a word for eacfc additional sertion lOc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are ha ing calls every lay for farms of all sizes amid prices if you have one you want to sell see or tel ephone us at once Office in MeEt downey Bnililins both phones For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office McEldowney Bullldlng Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and andRea Estate Agency OFFICE FrtternitT Bldg Phone i8 WANTEDA situation as nurse for an infant or to care for small chil drenns companfpn or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Home phone 731 104lrao WANTEDPosjtjoas 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