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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4r f tIl j ifif t 1i1iI L a v y t r CV fJ l1i Last r Edition ME WINCHESTER NEWSi VOLUME 5 NO8 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY OCTOBER 25 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK r LANGLEY IS SQQRED UYBYRD Mitt Enthusiasm is Displayed a Meeting of the Democratic Candi r it enthusiasm was displayedall through the speechof lion A Floyd y tittt the Courthouse Monday all ve Very point made against Langley v oritiniiing from where the story left u off ill yesterdays News Mr Byrd saiilz Two years uhlirannparty declared for a revision of the tariff My farmer friends do the Republican party put on any law on the schedule hooks to protect and put fi profit in your pocket do iheyever Ann lant e a reasonable profit to the j IrierlcNo sir it is newt done s The great law of supply and demand control all thct the farmer raise andsells A special session is called by President Taft bit no sooner did thea meet in special session thou the lobbyists were there and when the tat iffrlaw was passed was an increase instead of a decrease in 1000 sehed uies The cotton schedule was in creased and everything yon wear is increased in price The trusts and the manufacturers forced the tariff upward The Republican leaders are trying to deceive the farmer and thr laboring man They say we put a lariff on corn but last year only 9000 bushels came in while we pro duced over 2000000000 bushels This is the home of corn and does not need protection They pretend a reduction on su gar The difference in cost between here and in foreign countries is 3 0r1eent while they put a tariff of otrpeicent The tariff adds two cents to every poundof sugar uU V Now for the steal schedule Some there reduced but they did not reduce j fi enough The prdinary brace and bitty is shipped out of this country rVjinflis sold for per dozen while Mliey charge t1ut til per dozen- Theyv compete with foreign manu facturers but they rub us What is the remedy The Dem ocratic party favors an income tax Placea tax on the income of Rocke feller and Carnegie and such men Mr Langley voted against the in come tax That tax was not uncon 4 stitttiiohal during the great Civil YarI we needed the money The Demo erotic party if necessary will favor anamendment to the constitution If the Republican party wants tl do something for the farmers wh fdllt they remove the taiiff on fare When this question van brought to a vote your Congressman Mr Langley voted No Mr Langley received a nice let ter from Col Roosevelt stating tim Elie vas very sorry he could not com over and help Mr Langley in hi campaign but just over here a littl distance he is speaking for Senato Beveridge who has voted for a revi sipn of the tariff 7 Oil referring to Uncle Joe Cannot the told how Canton had ruled ove Congress making rates that gave liim power to have bills passed tha1 ho wanted and to kill those that h did not want Mr Langley voted t snake Mr Cannon Speaker and ha voted for what Mr Cannon wantei all the way through lie istrying ti miake it appear that he lid not vat tfor Mr Cannon and says he did no V cote for him once but the record 0f Congress will show that ho liar always voted for Cannon i MiV Langley policy liar been tc illt those who had fought him int office He is trying to make new friends and repudiate his old ones All over the Sandy Valley you car i findold men in the service of the government now out and his new found friend in Mr Langley has been trying to make the soldiers be r HicAe it was the Republican party wlu y 15 getting the pensions for the sold aers but if you will take the records Iit wias the Democrats who are get ting the pensions During the time President Cleveland was in office Tr snore pensions were granted titan ev ifier before or afterwards Mr Langley is going through lh- f district trying to make it appear that f xif you due not vote the Republican f ticket you will not get a pension iBiit I want to say that I am going toil all in my power to have the sold eannotSay that I will get the pension but rv tll say that I will do my best and i Vtwill be the Democratic party that wil- get the pensions i Mr Lanffley Is not a citizen of the Tenth district and has not resided 1l t in Kentucky for 2 years and has not a single iii common with the people here lie even rfeused to bei enumerated lucre tinting that he Imd been entnneratel in Washington In referring toliis own residence Mi Byrd slated that he was born in the mountains of Kentucky that he lietmountains that were lear io him Seven years ago he moved to the cap ital of Clark and all his interests were now herr and he was going to look after jiis homo people mind their interest tIn closing Mr Bvrd said flial Enlugocratic victory in the Tenth by a majority of 3000r CASES THID TO BOURBON COUNTY Judge Redwing crniines to Break up Lawlessless in Breathitt County JACKSON Ky lieu 21 Further evidence of Judge Rcdwines determination to break up lawlessness in Breathitt county was his action in transferring the case of the Commonwealth aiu t John David son and others to Bourbon county The other defendants are Tom David son Hacker Combs and Jison Dent- on and they arc join tly indicted for the murder of Join Amer The transferring o fthis c so aAl tiic emir viction of Charles Lit Ic r pQie mar der of Matt Cramti dieve3 this community of the tw VHJ thelmosl calculated to he Ofa o rbing influence The Abner ca Pftfendant gave bond in the sum of JiiiOOtf OLLIE JAMES IS TO SPEAK Big Congressman From First District to Plead For Election of Hon Floyd ByrdIThe Hon OIlie James the big Con gressman from the First Kentucky District and u famous Democratic orator willspeak at the Coirthouse Winchester on Frida yOet 28at 1 n m in the interest of llwi Floyd Byrd TEACHERS OF 9 4TH DISTRICT To Hold Annual Meetinq at Moores ville Schoolhouse on Friday November II at 9 OClock The annual meeting of the touchers o fthe Fourth District of Clark coun ty will be fieldat the Mooresvillc schoollionse Friday Xoinber 11th it 9 oclock a m The following subjects will he discussed Primary language work Mrs Re becca Henry The Art of Securing Attention L W Reeves r Perfect Lessons Frankie Brook shire Method of Teaching Physiology Hattie Christopher Cleanlinoi in the Schoolroom Matta WallertWhy so Many Fail to Ac complish Authing at School Luia Woosley Teaching Penmanship Mae Shear er i Agriculture in Public SchoolstJohn L Bosley t Experiences of the First Term Nannie Lou Owen L W BEEVES Vice Pe NANNIE L OWEN Seo HON J MSTEVENSON MARTINSVILLEe Will Take T eatinentahroted Re sort and a Needed Restr1k j lttaIantf rItiiisville is totakct1Je yt Mnt which is givcs AfeI JlPt 4 mfart 1andalsoJl onuch needed resit J f J J NEEDHAM FOUND GUilTY Is Fined 750 For Writing Policies onLives of Hopelessly Diseased or Aged Persons LOUISVILLE OctJl jury in the criminal court returned a verdict finding jT J Ncedham an insurance1 agent guilty of insurance frauds cxInlifIw frauds whii created a wide spread sensation JEn exposed some mouths ago It meals alleged tlnsTTT J Xeedham John J Keane and T C OLeary the agents were writing policies on lives hopelessly diseased on aged persons without their knowledge Insurance companies in Indiana Iowa and Tennessee were involved and it is alleged the total face value o fthe policies on these thonsanellelulla the verdict OLeary some days ago entered n UCITOBACCO MAY BE KEPT HERE- Men Interested in 1909 Pooled Crop Want Tobacco Sold Here and Not Delivered to Burley Society A move was started here Monday to keep the 1909 pooled crop of Clark county tobacco now in the Equity redrying plant in this city here and not to permit it to be ship ped to Louisville to be placed on tlu market The Burley Tobacco Society order ed about one hundred hogsheads shipped to Louisville Monday but far the Equity Redrying Company has refused to ship it The company says that they here a contract with the Burley Society to hold tl1lI tobacco here until it is sold tad they are going to keep itjImmediately after Mr A F Byrd finished speaking a meeting of thej farmers was held and time Equity Re drying Company and the Clark County Board of Control were asked to hold the tobacco htSrc and if possi ble dispose of it without the assist ance of the Burley Tobacco Society Immediately ator the meeting ai the courthouse a meeting of the lark County Board of Control wins held in the offices of the Clark County XnI tionalDankan Mr R P Scobec and Mr D L Pendleton were ap pointed a committee to go to Lexing ton and discuss the situation with the Executive Board of the Barley j Tobacco Society Time meeting of the farmers at the courthouse was presided oer by lion Abe Renick Several specchc were made by interested farmers whr are anxious to have Clark countyV 1909 tobacco sold at home and il possible without the aid of the Bur Icy Tobacco Society After the fol lowing resolution was unanimously adopted the meeting adjourned Be it resolved tilt tthe tobacco growers leave it to the discretion of the directors of the Equity Yare dSG Company and Board of Control as to whether the tobacco in the hands of the warehouse company shall be delivered to the Burley To ha rco Society at Lexington and we them full power to do whatever They think best in protecting the far mers interest MUSIC LOVERS OPPORTUNITY To Hear WorldFamed Pianist and Noted Soprano Soloist at College Chapel Wednesday Evening A charming musical event will be the recital to be given by Mr Vii liain H Sherwood and Miss Virginia Ijistemann at the College on time eve ning of October 27 Among the notable engagements Virginia ListeinaHn filled last season were leer appearances with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra the Clor tin Union in Boston the Boston Spring Festival Early list yeah she made a tour of thc South with lugs Shenrood and her hppearances were not ooh agreeably sensational but singularly satisfying in the artistic souse and in every instance resulted ill many recalls return engagements for the coming season Miss Listemann was particularly delighted over the very agreeably artistic association with this famous pianist who has tlltheMr Sherwood is Americas representative pianist He stands for American development in musical art eJl1 Jicinu ted front the trammels of old world tradition He was horn in Lyons N Y His first teachers was his father the Rev fJ H Sherwood M A who founded the Lyons Musical Academy Mr Sherwoods father was his instructor until he was seventeen years of age fn Europe he studied among others with Theodore Kullak nod Dcppe in Berlin and with Liar at Weimar StnltgartIpier R Wucrst and E F Richter lie tlavedat the Singakadamic iiv Berlin when but eighteen years old anti the Spcners hQ Zeitnug said to him The greatest interest of all was awakened by a young man nam ed Sherwood who played Chopins F minor Fantasie with such fine feeling both in touch and conception that even in those satiated with mus rc as ourselves it produced the deepest emotions KENTUCKY STATE GRANGE The Kentucky State Grange will meet in this city on Tuesdaj Wed nesday and Thursday October 25 2i and 27 Delegates are beginning to arrive and much iiitercst is manifested DfATHS AND fUNERALS Miss Annie Gnadinger Miss Annie Gnadinger formerly of this city but now of Cynthiana died at Chicago where she land gone for medical ttreatment Monday niornin The remains will be taken to CnIthiana Tuesday and the burial will probably take place on Wednesday Miss Gnadinger was the youngest daughter of Mr A Gnadinger and was muclit loved and admired New lieu death is received with greal regret by her friends here Mr D H Parrish Mr D H Parrish died in Lexing ton Tuesday morning at 310 oclock The remains will be brought to WinI chester and the funeral services will he held Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclOekat the residenceof Mr Phi Parrish Burial in the Winchester cemetery Mr Parrish is survived by Iris wife and five children Messrs Wil liam Charles and II T Parrish of Lexington Mr Phil Pwrish and Mrs John Paine of this city ROOSEVftT StUDIES SCIENTIfiC FARMING Rode 93 Miles in An Automobile to Inspect the Abandoned Farms Near Ithaca BINGHAMPTON N Y Oct 25 The study of scientific farming at close range kept Tiioodore Roosevelt busy most of the day He rode 9J miles in an automobile to inspect abandoned farms of this section be ginning at Ithaca and ending at Bing hamton and decided that the farmed who goes about it in the right way can slake a living Lenin land that is now going to wste The new point which he emphasized in his speeches was in his declaration that John A Dix Demoeratic candi date for governor had heon a director of the socalled wall paper trust fn eighteen months in spite of Dixs statement of last Saturday to the contrary When Colonel Roosevelt arriveda Ithaca early in time day John Wright Professor L II Bialey o Cornell and George E Monroe an expert from the agricultural depart ment met lumwind took him breakfast Representative Cocks n Roosevelt home county was in tin party SELLf 1 O J Newt Reuake sold to C C Farrell of Clintoftvilldxjne tworleaiv old mare mule for 152oO POSTAL SAVINGS BAN X SYSTEM Is Nearly Ready For Operation Ken tuckys Representative at the Start Will Be Middlesboro WASHINGTON Oct 23Tlw vast but simple machinery of the postal savings bank system is neatly rcudy for operation The first trial will be made Hin r few weeks in surfs towns slaving secondclass postollices As soon as the minor details are worked out the large cities will be given postollice depositor iesAnyone who is ten years of age or over may deposit money in the new postal hunks Ten cents is the lowest amount that will he accepted For the first ten cents the depositor will he given an official card which represents the deposit For each succeeding ten rents a to tamJ1Thefar deposited The card may then be exchanged for an identification hook in which will be recorded in the usual banking form subsequent deposits up to sjtfOO No depositor will be permitted tr hold more than foOO in the postal banks nor our he deposit more than 100 a mouth When o0 is accum ulated the depositor may convert his savings into Government bonds of 20 4000 80 null 100 denomi nations bearing interest at 22 pen cent The postal savings banks will pay their depsoitors who have not turned their savings into bonds 2 per cent interest The money will iiot be kept by the postollice but will 1cloited in hanks named as ollichtl de posi lories These hunks will pay tlu Government 214 per cent interest Time extra 1t of I per cent will pay nil the running expenses of the sys tem The only appropriation that was needed to establish the hank was 100000 tf pay Jibe effst of printing tlm bonds etc Postmasters mil he given a bonus of t4 ofone per cent on the average deposits each year in their offices tc pay them for their extra work and trouble in becoming banking agents audio stimulate thoir interest ii making the deposits at thoir oflicc as large as possible Rural mail carriers will issue the hooks and stumps and carry on the business in the territory over which they travel each clayiSaturday President Taft approved It list of cities of the secondclass one for each State which will be the first to try out the postal savings sys tem Kentuckys representative at the start will be Middlesboro SALE OF LOOSE LEAf TOBACCO Continues Tuesday and Lots Are Cast to Determine How it Shall Be Conducted LEXINGTON Ky Oct 23Time loose leaf tobacco market for time ulingof Shelburne Son and will continue throughout the six warehouses during the day The tobacco Warehousemen held a meeting Monday night and cast lots to determine how the sales should rut Tuesday and the first sale went to Shelburnes The sales willcouI tinue in the following oredr Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Growers Tobacco Warehouse Konj tacky Central Warehouse Fayalte roIbacRepresentatives of the American Riyrcompanies that were represented in 190J besides many smaller firms Presidemmt solifII crop pounds yesterday to W F Laud of the Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Poumlfo y will have representatives the Louis viilc red Cincinnati pooled crop sales Tuesday nod the ollicers of the So ciety believe tbaMhe 5ales will J o k t robcl Vncfs mumr Jo the fact that the otri tlons Which the America =0 t Tobacco Company made to the ar nuigenicnts for selling have btv moved Samples wilt be taken from the hogsheads at the sale The lOOt pooled crop sale Avill be resumednt time warehouse at Lexington Thursday with the marketing of crops grown in Fayctte and Scott counties ISCORES FORAKER- L FOR HIS ATTACK On Col Roosevelt in a Speech Deliv ered at Ravenna Ohio and Urges Defeat of Charles Dick RAVENNA 0 Oct jIn n speech here Mondays night lames R Garfield scored former Senator Jos eph B Fo raker for his at trwkon Col onel Roosevelt Saturday at Marys ville and urged the voters of Ohio above all things to defeat United States Senator Charles Dick for re election He denied that Fo raker in any way represented the Republican party and declared Forakcr to be an enemy to a Republican form of Gov ernment He said Mr Forakcr has arraigned the progressive movement He says it is luiRopublican that it is treason and secession In blunt words his speech was the plea ofa man representing special interests agsjinst which the great progressive wing of the Repub lican party has set its face and is fighting If it is treason to bring corpora tions under a sovereignty that will compel them to obey the laws then there arc millions of traitors in this couutryjind I am proud to be one of them It it is secession to insist on strong governmental policies in the regulation of great combination of wealth Ialii a Vecessinist ItSnrC millions of iny countrymen ltJ STATF GRANGE AND CORN SHOW Number of Exhibits Are Entered ant Additional Prize Offered By Strothers Insurance AgencyI Already a number of exhibits have entered in the corn show whiel to he given at the Fraternitx Building in connection with the Ke IIItacky State Grange which is in ses sion lucre An open meeting will be held lit the courthouse on Wednesday after noon aliela prominent local speake will address the gathering An interesting feature of tin Grange meeting will be the splendi grain and seed exhibit which will h shown by Mr George Karsner ol Lexington This collection has beet exhibited at a number of fairs am other show- sStrothers Insurance Agency olTen a prie of 250 for the longest ea 1I exhibited ih the Clark 101C01l1 show The Commercial ounI 10 for the host collection ot one dozen eats ra for the next has collection and 3 for the third choice- A large display of poultry will In shown ARE FINED IN POLICE COURT Emma Ray and Ad Boone Get 1010 and Costs For Creating a Dis turbance Emma Ray and Ad Boone were fined 1010 rams costs by Judge F P Pendleton for creating a disturb ance in Bucktowu Sunday afternoon Sam Eades auras fluted 600 fpr being drunk Monday was a very quiet day in police circles Only Three arrests Averoinade and all were arrested for being drunk They were W J Raings ij M Sharp and Will Cruise CHARGED WITH SHOOTING- ON PUBLIC HIGHWAY Deputy Sheriff J D Bush Monday afternoon atTested Robert Pnckett end Jolm Crjiycraft wholivc in the upper edge of tlieCOuntyv They WIUT Charged AnthsliQpiingofi ire high wry J t WEATHER Fair Wednesday Not Much Change in Temperature STORE ROOM IS REMODELED Stee Ceiling is Put in Walls Papered and Other Interior Improvements Made The store room occupied by Allan k Murphy clothiers is being rcnnil clod and when Punished will lit oin ir the nicest store rooms on Maii street A steel ceiling huts been pn in the Avails paperediunl other in teripr iinitroveiiiotits made Wcdiu day morning the work of putlinu in a new front will be begun TIlt Imnt will he built on the Lifbst iuiprnvfil plan which will add great y to o ajpcarancc of the outside of tu hiildiuurSCHOLARSHIP GOES BEGING President Tigert Says But One Appli cation For Rhodes Fund and Talks Interestingly on Its Value Dr G IL Parkin a rcprcseiitatii of the Rhodes Scholarship fund ir Oxford University EnglamlV Is li ing a tour of the United Slnte atIf Canada in the interest of the sclmi arshij lie visited Llxir tau M III daytand was cntertanied there by Pres Patiersoii of the State Univer sity at luncheon This is his liri visit to Kentucky and he was hen in meet the members of the Rhodes Scholarship Association of Kentucky ands arrange for the examination next week- Presidemitfigert j of Keiitneky110e cyan College is one of the Kontuck Association null met 01 Pivrkin Mfii day hi HIt intemcw with Prcidiii Tigort who is a Rhodes sclmlar In saidrIt is surprising to me tluiIu r seize the greatest ediicadonal nji orlunity oflcTred lo time Ainoricaii College man There is but a singl ipplicant this year their Kentucky olleges No one has applied liom tate or Danville or hintttcky11e lejan or Transylvania and but unit from Georgetown College The scholnrship pays l 0I scar for three years 4500 in al The largest scholarship at Harvard infy pays 500 But aside from till money the successful student enjoys a three years residence at lulu the oldest universities in time wmlcl tradition says that Oxford va ounded jiy Iving Alfred It has cnowii history from the llth rout ury The studenl who tiles from lere not only enjoyi the great edit mmiionnladvanttues but has an p jortuuity tai six montlis in oaclr year to 1IllulOnotht coniiiuMiT Europe and study IYanee Germany Italy and the great Nations ot Kn rope Agfiin Aniarican University urns out such finished men s Ox ford11e have tot in our histoi v the scholar in politicks Roc ovelt comes the nearest to it ofany Amer cnn statesman salt we have yet in urn out men like Gladstone lilt Great Commonor who Avas pro minister of England wrolc articles ipon church suid Stale timid va a finished Greekitild Lntin sclmln Morley who ethers the Cabinet ial s a great part ill English public hV ind in leisure moments write t rays and hook Brioe the ElI liTI Ambassador to Americamviln bi written the one great juithoritav work on America illllc LueleaC- onittonwealtf We are too busy today hmkiitr after the American dflinir flue who tendency of our liveis commorci i We measure cverythiuji in dollars a l cents We cannot see the value education time incstimable advanritrt it will do in our political socialtcl commercial liter Kentucky should be ashamed ef the showing she is making We should have scoreSof applicants for peopleIto make Kentucky what stun should be SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FoR SALE One transfer Wl1Il amLafset of harness Apply to r r T Ji ffedd orL D Kastn at C Q depot 10251f t t e1n i 1 f E 4 J II j ifJ t I 4C c r J ft t THE WINCHESTER NEWI j At r I 9ir t K ft NE WX fi v j 1t LJ r if yA t1irl fRltyrIlNiit1r tWlii trliiiys Chi In IatedL l U iilflIaln Street i7 a Wfrchttter Kets ckY i t naiiyiI Itteptsnday jJEairMUis jts and 1s matter Nbvember 28 19 08 at the postofiQce in WiiicB ester Kentucky under the Aot trch 3 1879 t 1 isP If Ii sU8 8iRt d jtAtEs By trJV DjiY nrCar t 3 Sax Months 150 OM MoAtb 25 P 1able iii advance J j AvirtSiN6a RATES Div oa iay P ertlnCh UI e any editiont y TUle times TvitWn one week dpe w kconttntiousii + cbntinupasly 300 miFbnr a weeK 24fi- Ppuj weeks three time sa week 18 e s two tunes a weefc 12 rii3xti onEdme a week n 75 piijngHptrcesPer Line Bjifeiiiess notices body type 70 Pnrt reading npws heading 15 Three continuous insertions or Same ftem at doublet the onetime rate ClassifledPer r Word Oifl insertiori any edition li lithee insertions juontiuuously 2e Bach three additional mseftibns 1hcf 1uecaTendurd1o continqously 10c N o thingcOin i41ii than 10or4 f N itenrcUarged on books fo less than 25scejits THiS PAPER REPRESENTEDFOR FOREIG ApVERTISlNG BY THE tiMtx GENERAU OFJFICES r 4 NEW Y0RK pkN JHGfGQ 1ri J NCHESJN tL THPRiNCIPAl CITI ES TUESDAY CUHQBER 25 1910 i t CRIMING PROCEDURE f1 resee enlpllfi iz l again with tell rtng force the compl iiat of President Tn Samlotliet jjiqa lavycrs on the demo in1e at pIe Iiin this cot t t iff CHj pen inrirlei lilr wife in t t Loiulbn a couple of months ago He coiaeeals the cnuiefov some time dud fmailyeeJ 6 iGiniada He is pivompt ftr cl1dtoWi1 by Scotland Ytuxls amiI takcnbackto Eir lflud Witl aiew dstysylclay a preliranuiry hear = ifmms4ladtnd then he is put on trit- fbtcliisiife tl w Tlie jial lasts five days h itlicfcd theyiudC sentinel3 iiith i iauedoi Noienibei15an dt e hpiAVilKbtlieh executedc I tA tit no jiirl is foUhd nmrdeied iij LouiBviilc Wcndlinfr itkc janitor oi 4 tHe clhreit in which the od1ii foUnhj isfduspeetedi lie lees am- afteryilrtiis c ilrieis capturejluic fiivally retmuedvto L01uslI t Tll e tr jtiurdelvwflseoriiniilted mouths aX9 Jot 9lreiy shrtrpf lawyers are making 1 f eehhtottlii f6sht for delay bJ solo r to 1t of habeas COll tt5HowillR t1 1litceYcrnl nip Hjs 4he rAe is t 01 litittl4u fihlvtlklrlstweeks llen rielJi fiYiny1bUI Pguitty ltVisoul y ltie berltn4t fir I1E will appeal lit e toll i lAppeateot Kentucky He r i exeJi ptp the StipreiAei bhrt j pHti J Ilttlted Simon If tltL1jliti KrrtAirC1l3 finaHy alinraedi that ihC r tOTshX fciiTfic tvfo 01 three yeafewij lri pci PeoiitJ will have iu afi lforgottpn Jll orhuuhel1n 3ow Miucfel mbFeefeetlave4is tai e fo 4 il6 Wrijh 1g ud Vldk thtj c r ciiMh fi alh1usticcr mpveswy aAiur yr The criraiual suers foi hi Wense Nut only j LtJl fireal 1Si i 6ilalICrimiiial Isiwobraihe3 thet j j1Y 5iiicfibii V of tlie iuiltyhJt he dill t tm 6ytBt cmisideratipivis r oren h cjdjtlie etiett Ofplompplluishmllt on to tniiui ally inclisictL ireklitTcreitce in theft inctlnre ho TYtaleif jlitit 1 and the Units e bt fe is t enr1C 1J bleiifor th tintl11pti uutnbetof jl1m e pf viol ije lileliut een Uli1ittic1 m titi buuity t tintt tl d i tivch- i cuC- ltt l of etsek tdE rt Hi e1 bl rocedtiie n tNA Itru Yrhllisf a if- ihp Qr lea otinto tt11S fetti oc r r fvat r 4C f l t i 1 WiNCKTERUMaEi MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED nlsPl1fI H 1 i1 m WJNOnWS t Attractingb v e l 4tion DTueto Mr J66 Mctrord u Great attl1tiIIi8 being ttlctdi by the display windows of McOord bud Phillips this wcekC The arrange IIrCOrdQsense briginaliiyjaudv executive abilitVi In tILf t window fe shown a 81lendil display of ltlrilching san littletw1tU-hfame are ridingthe proverbial brqbm lyreeI eprescntatipn is peiTectnml kt1 source of great interestto plissets- y The other yindow eOHfn 1inlluP11 todate line of mens uilUciYctrAt m url skeleton clothed in white jvith tiny electric bulb eyesis skullsI Ming and hatt ling Small are stationed beer and there rid a 1 juige igy bears the notice You Uciyehf a Ghost ofa chance togel lei iold if you ne our underwear jp ADVERTISED LETTERS Adonis llis Stella Berry IveVetfl Birch Miss Sarah t Clermont Rev L G Chaple CII Charles NQrntIDavis Daw mX T Doanc J Wr tIlSIis Edna Garrison di Gilbert I1i1IGreen Joe Green Thomas Granger Fred Guy Miss Emma Iluin lfrey Teui bash irlaPiUs Cluhley lroetor vohn jtoVmson Lottie F Sharp AJ Shelton Haywood Taylor T Tureiainf Son Thomas M M Thompson Mrs linnie JOHN G WHITE PostmVslcr AUDITORIUM y best billofe Wrreletl by the Auditorium tHeatreI night jind the same show will give one more Pct 1mlnee Tiipsday iiiplit at S oclock The show is op lined bv JrVers taut Holmes in a comedy1 sketch whicli alp crtnsislsj alltofrthe bill is Hurry ind Kitty Bolus that classy pair of entertaimhs who offer soine of lime best singnig dancing and olcietlaliar t Jvo mood reels of p5cfnreivaresurcto amuse those that attend the theatre r II f jjHOW TCUSTUDt1 CHARACTER etlnteresting Use of jentalrpgwers a Close Observat onof Pa ls One Sees J Study the faces you see und try to ofthelcmonthS eyes chins Qtservehbw few 1beaufifpl mouths sand ears ybuwlli find compared wltK ottfer features It ilsalt interestitiguseaP yourmeritar porters this study of faoesand will teach you sjTnpathy hnothlng more IIou buS ypurseU wltlibulJtacea to siudy then me moilie versesVphraSeT of nunibgrs td rletaiff dar memory Learn to recall the numbers of a dqr4- cn 6V a scorn of ydiir RCqUiilntahceaT tfibraes tpsttad of always refDrriug to jan address boeijt Commit tlte wordspf QTigsytoTneny ltlleor memorize a doien lines df prds6i ftomtl1eda1JYpap r if JhfCve ndta t Is at liRndiiJust fprrScflso v It Is better than silloviin ryour brain tbfcdh tor become wreakan8 rt lff shod 1 1lfum Iiiclt otdlfecUmJ Make the foost ot tx ill sndso- ilmeand you w111maKthenlost of iurseiTwitli little vcost and aa lobs + l Z 7 t r k FINISH OFF mUR PIAZlA1 J yi Avifhour eohuiins rails balusters etc a nt LtThey willinake itmore attractive unit more 0111as well Coinehere fftcit for ally of Jtlfe beater elms oltmill work We always Cave jlenfy of ev eiy variety oii haiid aiid ofa qiril ity which tjiiie oirij brinjc out to greater advantage r AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ii IA reties of fe irJLeniees yill bar at the FirTt BjiMtist fliurclitwo weks from ncxtU1hl Dr Potter tlie pastor will be assisted by f J11 Porter of Lexington and gospel sinsjer from Nashville Tenn jHassiiit the chair witii the inusie Public Salef I will on f Thursday cfell to the highest and best bid Pendtains five rooms and is in good repair the lot contains onehalf failingWaterrespect Sale to take place on ppemises at 2 P M sharp H R WATTS i Auetioneer Do You Want Beautiful Hair Minea l If yon want Beautiful hair fop iaivit alpIprentest Irntr snirciltsts in thewrld for VoodbursHair Ionic is floss prepared for home use 1erylxrtUte is butted up by nearly tUrn rs sunrnnleedIalldaintysromenbottle of ordinary hair tonic yet Woodbarys 1Cilr prcpamtions fail A la ree tHat size costs cents full size HIIO at nil dr cci ts West34thStrtPhillips Drug Store Distributor for WiiuIresier MRS HOUSEWIFE left Mrs Millin show you vrhat can bf done with Burnetts extracts and fruit coloring this week at Parrish Brarllevs IO24tf 10000ilI THE WincBe tferBanfc OFfWINCHESTER KY t N H WITHERSOON President I W R SPHAR Jnhler J irf 1 SOLICITS YOUR CCtJNTS jIjf NNRT Have for sale a small gilt n or 68 aeres lying onlhe writer of 1eclecT Oak rcek mjlesfrom Jlh Sterling and 3 iriiles front Pies antithouNever failinj TOtefr Small jj n t eom fortrhhv house ultH miildiitgs 1Villlahti f55 an here for the phce amljie pofisesion AParclri 1911 1 iilso have 5onle stock wliich I wjll sell asa Soon as t have a good bjiyerl 4 hand of niee red yearling steers l keifer 1 S cat calf5souf- and 7iloltcrleiting lOltiltollts the place o rsiock atlilress 0 rI s fA rA DE 1JS JS21 S nnSbn t a 0 ttiI tr io i 17 llAKES i IiiUnited States Seitate Thomas pcsed Fed IcncrpifratfiiftEttI 21r11I1S = Chi ed tMtS 1t tfFfllloJuh If Payn ter toukdi1t out of the Xov NihlfiiH uftiminel Theodore Rooejt iii a i lat thy Wood ford ofnly oinHhoiise here Mon day ITo pin ticiiljjrly disiiissed 1L proposoTt flllc1 fnicbrporatiou not and thetgreatest t l1ttltCt1el taktfn toward centralize tiiiiY of power in the federal tfoveninuJHi Senator 1ayutei was frequently ap 1jugtouport of his ijrjJiHtieflt against the KnojGvelt duCttriitCt oFenteriii till j6vcMvin tie t jvicniiient rt Vsh iujxton TCevau157Jlly apphmled when he ulflJt s itictlroelelts remark tha the unshod Tiehad a constitutional lawyer il hirabnoodI His attention wa dllcctcltf the that both Se rqiaiiy ol War Tatt and Secretary ofv8tatcyRutt were famous VvfeourftitutionaL VIENNA rifiVjUfy Woods coutinucs quite ill haSjt11me fat ho rat 9eents pe k poundz also soM to Jlr jouUiiiian 4 head of cattle ij i 2tlwtrcU1 jr Victor C 51tIJsnntl wife spelt a few dttyS with aiilatives in Mill foiujty fhe pasiTc k Mrs Frankie TislfSr ofI Iron Mound vnthcryile l of Mr and Mrs L II Malberly the past week 1i1and 1itlinif1s1auglm spent Saturday and Sunday with Ilpudsaf lay City Miso Flora and Jilt Vaughn Ly Ha Adams lhtt1111 a 1 hner und Fan nit llaftfs attfeiidiTlHlhrtVachiirs As jpLiution at Corinth Saturday Mrs VGeorie Yivftm and little son Linville spent Monday with her aunt 4rr r 5 f Heater all kinds iandceh Gas Rauges Y rYb sth kes Mrs J R Shimfessel of Jiuckvmtle 11r4niuubero tyotn llere rl tmWd church at Duna ways Sundae maktf llioir future home We regret Jt rtlit Unrln of Ri Elation viUJLfoaph at liog Lick chapel the e nilJaiinday All ore invited to Uttojid4 jjftv p II Mafiierly vim is jtjiending JH X S at Moiehead vis iUd his arents here Friday lIiiItI and filled hi appointment at Dundee 1iinclleotittIV SatuidaA and Sundav WANTED FARMS FOR SALEi We are having calls every dims for farms of all sizes and prices if have one yrfu want hself see or tel ephphe us at once Office in MeKI downey Building both pbones TRACY STOKELY J n No loafing on the Job Our plumbers are hot timekilling lot rCI4 When we send a mrtn ont tei do a jlJhwt instruct him to get the work done fhifkly and right We have to do tluJl bceaiise our biisr ties is growing aiitl we Iravc work for our men on other join We voVt stand for nliy loa filii oit thc lob AVlieuyott have your plumbing lone hII you get skilled laIorand best material Phono write nreall SAM THOS BOONE 29 West Broadway MISS V1RGlNIA USTEMANN mj i i ri1 J tt t S t t SHERWOl kISJEMANN REC1TAl f Reseived Seats on sale at Phillips Drug CiSt- udents Gesieral Adrolsslora SiOO and music pupils 50c if tickets are purchased in advance HiaslStovest Gas r t rofI Ititrifl1Im youj GatS LigiritThe ramous Wclshoach Mantel and Globes that a tD please the nibstr fas t tidious Ir SRANT WI11 ca rf I i T OiIOETH N STREBTir 1 r4 l p yf uysk VASSAR s The Undecwea Tht Jiffer nft 1lrs nook y S for von me n Si 1 We are selling VASSAR UNION SUITS to nlen1 vrhoalwaysballcedataUinoiiSnit j y Ywuiriikc this one ittoIts really the most comfortable undergarment weve ever so IdrShaped to fit in the lnittiiigtai iei out of shaplin the wear 11fnywannfr as wooj without the irritation f Cuffs and anklets not sewed on patch fashion but a knitted continuation All sizei in several styles and wC1gl1tSrw t Come in and lets show you f i PRICES 200 to 300 HitS 1T Smith Patterson liNext to Winn Furniture Co pi 1 J 1 CHRYSAN THEMUMS A spray of chrysanthemums is abeautifii1 token of sympathy and respect to a lost friend or relative Phone your order to 396 and we will do the rest Shearers6reenhouse POOLE 6 PDRUANI SUCCESSORS Ltw1JuJ p oples State BahkPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 i ISurplus Fund 20 OOO OOra few years we have hilt up a btisl iness ofwhich we are justly proud totady the prospects for its future i grot tl We are gratified because we have established a reputa t tion for fa r dealing hit our customers and friends And we are gljal that our customers are in all parts of the cityand cotta and that we number our customers among the humblest a Ity m the rich depositorsYIVeIvould like very much to have you enlisted as one of our S and cordially iuvite you to snake usa visit and inves ligate Jur facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier n J L BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pros l A ONLY 4c IN STAMPS tor a sample bottle 01 the 1F1 EST FRENCH PERFUME S a LILAC VEGETAL 1 l t ourAmtrccan OfficesSend4F aid we wilisnail tu sam oithe Ii cx4uiStiedenghtZ i1extiact oct utcdRctatlprlce 75cfora largebctlecF 1 i =AtfDeafeis ro h t MEJUr EDPlftAOD DEPTMED PINAUD1LDGKEWYORK i tj r ilnitl 1 n 4 1 t 1 J r f Y r Jtt n r THE WINCHESTER NEWS r PY =SOMEThING NW N We have just received something nevi in the wayjif Christmas cards They are the very lajtestomported ideas 4 and must be seen to be appreciated v Order now as they have to be made in England to your order See the samples in our window CFI BOWEN JweUtrand Optician f 295 Main St WINCHESTER KYl i Kt SOCIE r Moving btClhlilhmlaJ Myyj Jfall rrnjtt PicturesI tail in it few will start on a tQlfltftlll smaller towns witb it f Dr Baileys WorkInt lVJi 73ailey formerly or this ciiy chased mcutin in jLoiisivill6 this Creek with twentytlvree additions lid ui11 lecture Frillav itight before tilt siiidonLbody of the Soiuliwistjrtt The ieal Seminary at JY jVoulh Texts one of the largest collejres of tlicSoul1L MrVjE Grnbbs will jro to 5Jom or etThuisl5iy IC leI hcl ah address before the Board of Womens Mis sions Messrs Henry SInt1 and James Ffslibaek anil Misses Nette Cole mid EuuieeEir motored to Otor Sunday and leturninsr tool dinner at tfrePnoneiY Hotel in Lexington Judge George fL Nelson ismXew York on business f ifis Virginia Herts hay returner to Lexington after a pleasant nisi of several days iii CIa rk county Mr Gcorjfu D Karsner ell Ixlll2r tonis in Wincbestersiri the luteres of the State Granre Avltieliis to hi lieldlibreuvjil the corgislioit which is to be iriven in connection JJrvsVrother of Iarlisle is in th nrbusinessy of llillijijis Moiit is vimtilIlinlotller Mrs Ella G 1touli avttLaMrs John Mollowayeharminjrly en ortainedr the Fortnightly lobalThe Wine on Monday afternoon 3rrJJl Osborn of Meridan Miss waft h ere oil business last Sit ur lay Messrs CaswcHjuidAVilmott Prew itt ofMT here oiibus iness Miss jfafy Belle Field Miller Mrs Lucien Beckncr Mrs H II Hall am1 Mrs J GJohns will attend the State Conference of I A Rat the Capita Hotel in Frankfort on Wednesday Thursday aril Friday Mrs Ilan Mrs Shirk Hays and Mrs Beekner as delegates from Winchester chapter will a1st attend the Grand Chap ter of the Eastern Star which wilfbo ill session at that time While in Frankfort Mrs Johns will be the jriicst of hor cousin Mrs James Gnlhrie regent of Shelbyville Chap test at the Capital Hotel Mr W IT May stnllednlcr with leis uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs L W Patton eliroute front Campion to his home in Prestonbnijr 11 W Shearer little grand daughter Clay Jhidolph are visiting relatives in Madison county this weekMr and Mrs TVTF Bnnnblette re turned Monday to their home at East Union1 Nicholas county after a short visit to friends and relatives here iirsTK H L PtlTidhof Ked WIHCI1clwrMrs W L 11jrjjiliyoiiol1 Mays ville visited Miss Jlmc a rhill this lyre k Mr niiil li110r l jonaldson visited relatives in Hath eounty itlveek vMrs Harvey Rosiand two sYms of Paris are the quests of Mrs T M Qnisenberry Mr mum Mrs E E Kidwell lndI two children lullJesterarrived TuOsday in all automobile from Winchester Their houslioh roods are on the wav lId they expect to be houWkeejMji in Hovii within- the next week Dover News Ainonjr th5e who attended r tiie 111 llaudinghiuii owdln wihldingwer fm1HYftIrsFrankre ook Mrs 111K Nr- auulsolllll B A NilMr mill Mrs t Jf Allen and sister Miss Elizahetl 01 andMrs C M Best of Millers ir Ainonpr those who ai tended the nnera of Mrs Edith Mie Sunday vere Miss Grace Shimfessel lay City Mr Iiobert Trimble ol lttSleihiug orAriuijjlnrs Mill Day is Mixe of Lou hville Mrs Bard Mr and Mrs James Wilson 11r nod Mrs bran Tale Mi and Mrs Asa iajrird Lexiiifrtou IenniMiberry of Chtrk have heel tl jTueststhis wcek of Mrs Walker Hisli Richmond Registe- r1rsikttie 11iight andSoli Wil core tit t1ahhi lf Tipt1 1riirBT Jonesandtamily1IrsIhuh nia r oLj eorj et pwn is visiting tier pitlcuts111ui1rs J E GaitskilL his Mar uerif6Ivennedy olCar lisle iwith friends here Mrs Jjis P Steelof liexinndun visited here the past week Miss Sue llajrfrard of Cynlhiana is guestof relatives here Miss Eva Jones is very ilL A H ItnpilrA visited in Rslill eounty last week Irs Emma Hunipton of Scliolls vale is visiting her sister MiViJ Hv ckIdfc Il1I ill visited hOI sister Mrs Taylor rue of Shari burtr the past Iwo weeks The marrinjre is announced rot Thursday of Win MiPheison of Wliitefish Montana and Miss Goon Rion of Paris The bride is well knnwn here where she has frequently visited tif c CLEAN fflfJfJl COUNJElt We have just installed at siderablCexpenseto tous A SlNlfltRi IfRIf9fFRUIfGOUNTER lA Dusf Proof and Fly Pto f w a i3- Contains 30 separate apartmentreacl wsth lb J 1 las display front pt Come in and seek our latest eUortxo giveQur y customers onlyi Pure and CIeaii foods l t l trJ lVIacNelll W atbers t Both Phl1es NIto i Nt r i I c i J1 t tt r a Ia 1III0 tJ B ROSSl dy 1a rp J i L tHII Suits u f tys New arrivals in tailored suits i unusual values in Hundreds QfMcleyer practical mo delsspecialshowi11g of j suits rom S25LOO Up superbIvales of the new models that are ready now for your consideration the style fabrics and workmanship of the highest charactert I Dress Goods Silks The very l teipatterns of fall nowlwaitiiDgl11the investigation of the ladies of Winchester and vicinity Knotair Hose We euarantee airKnotair Hose for six months We give SI and H Green Trading Stamps i CliltoD B RoSS Onpos t r Court House Winchester y L Islse r 1J1llLenfIIJUCY and Sam Lipscomb pent Sunday in Louisville DIX DEMANDS J lN APOLOGY Repeats Witlf Renewed Emphasis TliatFlc Has Never Been Connect ed With WallPaper Trust ALBANY N Y Oet 7i Repeat ing with renewedemphtsishis pre virus iissertion that he 1juit suul rhcver has i been ncl iedwish any V1I Taper rttslas isv alleged bv Colonel Koosevelt 3olniA Dix the Demoenitic Nominee for Governor isa stateihent MondfiTy night do t mans front the 1oVnier president the I1nlogyAyhtteh one gentreman live to another for oven involuntary mss r representation While in Albany Mondsiy in atleiul ante 1t tht funeral of David R Hill Mip Dix was shown a report of Col onoKKoosevelt speefli vt Jthain i which Colonel Kooscvclt declared that for eighteen months Mr Drx vjirj companiesinnotwithstaiidinjr the statement of the lIlIlOCl tic Nominee to the colt trHryoFollowing a confjt rence of Demo MMtie leaders after the funeral Mr Iixiissued his delualolonel ucothmlISihi1hSiipremttCourtqa PROCURING PROPERTY UNDER FALSE PRETENSES I s i EvarLsWho r For Cattle E t F William Evans was arrested J her Monday by deputy sheriff j lifEvai veral weeks since wcnt to the inotTSflaiiis lad 1t 7Vtiof cattlf He gave his ticYs tuff hut hen it was presented at the banks Was t turned down and he was arrested for nrocrtVinjr properly niidej false pretenses f i Citizens Natk oal Bank Paid up Capital SlOQflOD Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BiU INESfi t We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to sUbustoess entrusted tous J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier I i11tPhl11i sv Pn2v Ji Wv Pointer Asst Cashier FOSWPrivate1yrover e one stand Wilt sell on ajrcotirLt pf diher usinesst vi S If 23toi1f 4 lJ ts 1t lai eed tr rIN St Wl1OH e ICi J A tJI grJ o l 1k r i fa+ 2 ROYAL ACCOt1NTS Methods of the King of England In Transacting Business valuablerJarrant which alldwshlm to place the royal arms over his pfnce ojf business aivtl describe himself as purVeyor by appointment to his majesty the kinjc Each tradesman whoTius the royal custom mustsenil in his bill at tlieeiul at the month It is comparecl with his ledger account kept ttt Marlborough house and if correct is paid in the first week of the month No discount is asked on any of the royal accounts A tradesman info receives the royal custom is informed tWIt he must sup pry goods at the lowest reasonable prices anti there is cycrany Attempt at bargaining by the official of the royal household If a tradesman is thought to be making extortionate charges lie simply loses the royal cus torn Coal is supplied to Marlborough House by contract time contracts being made for three years and the contractors paid in equal half yearly payments Window cleaning carpet clean ing and chimney sweeping are nil done by contract arty the glass frames of large pictures are also kcpt clean by contract Servants wages are paid monthly the upper servants lng paid by check sent to each from the treasurers department The kings accounts for cldthes cigars theaters newspapers books and other personal articles are sent to his secretary not time treasurer anti are also paid monthly Toronto Times CORE OF THE EAflTH One of the Enigmas of Nature That Science Cannot Solve Human beings know only a mete skin of the surface of the earth ilbt more than thirty miles deep while the globe is 8000 miles in diameter There is probably no oxygen tt all below thirty miles and it is dinicult to guess what are the elements within Prob ably the heaviest elements forma dense core near the center It is in some respects astonishing most alarming that we are so tom plctely direct knowledge of the constituents of the vast mass of globe beneath us and really only know the merest film A skin or mem brane onetwentieth ofan inch in thickness time thickness of kid or brown paper spread1 over ball a1It tic more Ulan a foot in diameter rcprc scats the proportion between time the known crust of time earth thirty miles thick and the great globe itself We are dependent on inference and speculation for our notions as to the constitution of nil that is beneath the luere skin of ttiifly1 hiiies thickness on the globes surface Even what is xolcanoesidocs not come from below this depth or tell us what lies hidden there Ex change 1Helter Skslter suggesIas a vaguely imitating tlie harried clatter of feet rapidly mill irregularly moved Most dietionaHes however led astray 1tjjiribably by the ordinary orthography have missed the true etymology of this phrase It should be belter kclter ilelter is an old word for hang probably connected with halter and kelter is used bold writers ih the sense of order or the proper state- thus Barrow the divide saysI tha ognusof prayer be out of kilter holy cal we pray Hellerskelter therc Sis literally hang order and means Oh hang order letusdo it or let it take its chaiicc Ben lOn son in Every Mini In His Humor writes Helter skelter hang sorrow care kill a cat nUll Shakespeare using it to express rush and hurry says Helter skelter have rode to thee l ilTorseradish as a Vegetable In Jermany horseradish is fieqiient ly made into an excellent cooked vegetable Avhich toe particularly well with lolled mutton or chicken fricassee It is made as follows Unite as usual mill stew till tender ih butter mix well oneiuIftllhorseradish antt boiup once mote adding n heaping teaspoonful of sugrr Served with very1 firmly jellied cur rant jelly scooped out with a teaspbon and lard in solid little ovals like a wreath rourfd tfie white mound of Horseradish this delectable dish looks af lost 33 good as it tastes Subur banite II Theo AttractionI TouristI must confess that I cant see why so mauy peopib want to dome hereno scenery no amusements no gpoclf things to eat absolutely no attractions InnkeeperAh signor it comgbccaiise we ave zdrrmc label to sjick on zc fnggago Mexican Herald Civilization JTho upward sweep of civilization is not unlike the rising of the incoming tide It ntTvnticcsAntt recedes bu teach d1nee carries Iiuuianityto a higher aldrulib than it tiiftt reacWidbeforc U 01lnlvecInstllting t a Humoristj Did you write this jote2 Idiil r Hnli3 b i Ve1T hit nre coir huighihi t 1rit it 4 goodjoke oleiloBiade- fie ri3C r 11fHrora hlt lei utllttlbe iM t i t f t j fr t lfift it r 4 t ji ht 7 991 IfdVPr c CherrypDoa he says f He knows Losll ti GirlsI dances las night Why thought he went home early He did he only danced once t Page Three tHave not coughed once all day Yctyeu may cough tomorrow I Better be pre pared J for itTwhcB ticemes Ask yMtr doctor about keepiap Ayers Cherry Pec ton in the house Then when the hard a cold or cough first appears you have a doctors medicine rifht at hand l Simple Recipe for SucceSilkAny malt who yearns for 4 can have he has simply to find out1vwlia the public wants and go on giv lag it nothing 1 Ut that r TRUSTEES SAlE IN = h IANKRUPTCY r flY xEfeJE 4 JCidwels entixe stock of aiDrugs Proprietary Medicine I i Ghemieals Pruggists1 Sundrie t P It O Soda Foun twin Cigars and TPo- vbaec0Vand Store Fixtures h1 lJJ 1w df Mo be sofej at Public Auctidn to tthe highest bidder on Wednesday October 26j 3to 130rf r 110 tm I 4 t the StoreVR QmiintMeBrpwn atr- tJrroGtoma Buildiag vj Ir Appraised value isy 5427 55 I Vr of Sale C 11Fov s I ILewis R Hampton John A Ryder Trustees In Bankruptcy Vi T I lFa A tIg T t II- J urn i U fI lr I I yfr i tl Weare goingt urA riseYn little This h x Indian Summer weather is bad for our Fall l business The ladies are postponing all tleir f f 4 winter shopping Lookatourf rstrelfuption Iit in SWuuI GATOt t rf j J t t Wool good tlaid Iitlpiain goods W ets b tIf r and 60c per yand cut to 35c rilttlh iII t letI tttpif r Blankets r r i f LriWe are carryihg a nice lihe of bl a kind and quality rn want for thewi iter Curtain Madras lull J I- 1Vr Easternaj market a laga stoclbof Curtain Madrast i u Mst be seen toDe appreciated 1 Tiits nrioas4 fr iOurlmeiantorand wlntei r fl j t wear are complete r tA rT F-y t IJ PI S fy It c i y fi niR MT I 1t j 71 i f 7 f r i l t w AL4t dIt r t i1It 7tl 0 iritt t rI t t p yf s Wf Hf i7j L 1 ia o r iyjjii5J1S l 4 l d f 1 f 1 Page four fH IIINeHST B NEWS Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription j Is no cureall humbug but is made for just one purposetoT cure hie weaknesses painful disorders and irregularities of the womanly organism It is slldbyregularly graduated physician of vast expe 1rrlence intreating womans peculiar diseases harmonywlrj raced and skilled specialist in her maladies THE ONE REMEDY for womans ailments sold by druggists which contains neither al cohol which to most women is the rankest poison or other injurious or habitformine drugs a THE ONE REMEDY for women the composition of which is so perfect and good that its makers are not afraid to print its wrappettaiJdtv its users into their full confidence and warranting physicians lamely4tv nothing Therefore dont let a dishonest druggist prevail on you to accept a secret nos I tram for this professionally approved medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Every ingredi- entl in its makeup has the strongest indorsement of the leading medical men of all the sameEveryt N Y andmay be sure that her case will receive careful conscientious confidential considera tipn freeInof his great 1000page book The Common Sense Medical Adviser to any woman whov willsend 31 onecent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach liver and bowels They Sugarcoated IFAHMS FOR SALE FARM NO 1jOnCres 7V2 from Winchester two story milesI dwellings with rooms 2 Rood gtableuholds 4 acres of tobac co ice house mId all other outbuild J inns J filltb rilil Fencinggood Divided into r four lots all well watered All in grasp exceptS or 10 acres Close to gppdschool Price 6000 ssa FARM NQ258 acres fmilesfrom Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame 8nrooms 2 Halls 2 porches in good con ditiou Barn holds 4 acres of bacco Ice house chicken houses coiIJ diOjije meat house corn crib 4 hog Jiptises and other out building Divided1 into 4 tracts each one being well w1ftered and every fence in first class Condition Has large young tlgoodthan a quarter of a mile from railroad station Will all raise good to- baccoA bargain at 8000 g FARXFNCX 390aeres6 mil 05 from Winchester on gTfod puke has twostory frame dwelling of7t rooms 2 porches stock barn oacro tobacco barn good cellar and all outbuildings all in good condition di yicleain a tracts all well watered mil fenced Ahout 20 acres in cul tivation balance In grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postoflice and blacksmith Shp Price 6gOO FARM NO 4GO acres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn all neces sary outbuildings Well watered with pool wells and creeks All out side fencing good About 15acres It cultivation balance jn grass Pay ce 6000 FARM NO 5119neres 7 miles from Winchester tvosloiy frame dwipilling with 7 rooms 6acrc tobac co rhartm All necessary Small tenant house Well onthousesI yatered Price yi5 per w t Tracy Office in McEldowney Bldg JOINT MEETING A Joint meeting of the Democratic Jouiity Commit ee and theDemocrat lic Cpuniy and City Campaign Com e will be Held at the grand jury room at the Courthouse Saturday af FARM NO G105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of ior 8 nonuse All necessary outbuildings 12acrc tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO i315acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in rrass Price 50 per acre FARM NO S2G acres 31hmiles from Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 300 PAID NO 950aeresmiles from Winchester alas twostory frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobac co barn holding 6 acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well watered withwells springs and pools Small tenant house 1acres in cut tivation balance in grass price p5 000 FARM NO lOy300 acres 12 mil es from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten int house 8acre lobacco barn large slock barn and till necessary outbuilding One of the liest watered farms in the county 75 acres in Cultivation balancc in grass price i12000 FARM NO 1L27 acres 7V6 mil is train Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splendid combined stock and tobacco ham which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12l5iacres 1a miles from Winchester on gooO pike hoc twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO lB58 acres 7 mile from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and nltl necessary outbuildings well wateredv etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 11G2 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike lUtE toIhawotobacco land Price 125 per lore Stokely Both Phones NOTICE TO LADIES Avoid all the discomfort and in convenience ofR washday at Miome 6 by Bendin Youracan save enoughon uric bargain day to pay for having the family washing lone by Winchester Laundry Co terndon nt two oclock Every mom her of both committees is urged td be presentJ M STEVENSON Chairman of Committee J1ST STOKEfcY V Chairmanof Campaign Com t ELKIN Mrs Cole Ma hone and daughter Annie Braxton were the guests of Mrs J R Lisle Sunday afternoon Mrs Sarah Rush and Lula Lisle re turned home last week after a two weeks visit with friends at Lexington Mr and Mrs Worth Kratxey re turned home Saturday after several weeks visit with friends at Mt Ster lingo Miss Carrie Lisle was the guest of friends in Madisou county from Fri day until Monday Little Rosa Lisle daughter of Tom Lisle is verytill with scarlet fever Brother Waller h aiding will preach at the Elkin church Saturday night Sundav and Sunday night October 20 and 30 Mrs J R Lisle sold a sovoMr J Hill for 1025 Mr and Mrs Ernest Lisle were the pleasant guests of his uncle Mr M P Lisle at Lexington Sunday and Monday Mrs Bill Crow is improving at this Sam Eubank gas called to Lexington Sunday to the bedside of her sister Mrs Tau White who is lFLTHylSTOMACH FOOD FERMENTING IN STOMACH CAUSES A RANK CONDITION When you have indigestion your food sours many times it actually rots and forms gases that poison the bloodITake MIONA stomach tablets if stomIHchMIONA is the best prescription for upset stomach and indigestio- ever written No matter how miserable your stomach feels 1II0F A stomach tablets give immediate relief rakcUONAstomach tablets wihich are guaranteed to cure indiges non und rid yourself df dizziness biliousness nervous or sick headache or money back Take MIONA tablets if you want to make your stomach so strong that- it will digest the heartiest meal wIth- out distress and furnish good clean nutritious blood making elements to the body Take ONA tablets one or two with or after each meal if yon want to get rid pf that drowsy tired out feelingIFifty cents is all Phillips or lead big druggists everywhere ask for a large box of MIONA tablets f SPECI REGISTRATION r Next Monday Tuesday and Wednesday will be special registration days in which those who did not reg ister on the regular day cud have a legal excuse for not doing so may redsttationIto register on that dui and we ex pect a larger special registration than usual Ladies dont fail to attend the extractseand fruit coloring this week at Par rich and Bradjeys iu 24tf DR ERNEST C- OTHRONFROM BUGGY Barely Escapes Serious Injury With a Dislocated Shoulder Dr Hart Has Similar Accident i Dr Ernest se notes injury Suttitilayeveimimmvhen his horse became frightened at an automobile nn lcapsized the buggy The horse sliied io one side of the road The buggy nit another vehicle nparby and wu overturned Dr Cole was throwivjojul anti his shoulder dis locatedrThe same afternoon Dr IT C Hart whose oflice is only a short dis tance from lluTI fIr Ci It Wh il ihrowvi irouihU burr lit wrs badly brused bu tint seriously hurt KENTUCKY STATE GRANGE MEETS Abojt Out Hundred Delegates Are in Ateniidnee and Many Others Are ExpecteJ During the Session The thirtieth annual session sessionI KentuekySjatfG1Hncc is in lu Winchester A Ernecutive Conimilte was held Monday night and Tuesday morning time dele BuilclingOwiJi Mr P P Wolcott time Master is able to attend the meeting About onehundred delegates were in the Tuesday morning curl a 111enCiTbi et are expected to ar rive during thc idij The first open session of the Grange will be held Wednesday nel0rkuand speeches by proniiiunt grange members will ibe delivered sessionltheCommittee on Credentials Mr C 0 Hnfer Mrs Mayble Snre Mrs C L Garnett iCommittee on Division of Labor tlandRtJ J Whit taker Mrs Grace L Jones mid A J Lcminons Committee on Finance Mrs Ks ielle Van Dere F 8 Johnson Mrs Claravl later and Mrs Lillie Reeves Committee on Resolutions D B Dobbins chairman J C Tritow L C fIn flr Mrs Lizzie Bradford C L Garnett ARRANGES fOR SALEOF LOTS Mr N R Ratliff Manager of the Blue Grass Realty Company Goes to Illinois t i Mr NRjRalliff manager of the Blue GrfisslRealty Company lefl Monday afternoon for Mt Vernon for the puiiiose of arranging for the sale of lgtsrthc company is preparing to put bn in that city The sale is to bct the latter part of the month nParrish and Bradley cordially in vites you to attend the demonstration n cOlorIing THE AUDITORIUM Irccltei The only continuous Show House in the City One performance night ly 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 Singing Some Dancing SdmeComedy Some Wardrobe MYERS HOLMES COMEDY SKETCH The Prima Donna and the Daffy Messenger Boy introducing classical vocal and iustrjimen tal solos and duets Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seat- sBLOOMFIELD RA TUFF- PROPRIETORS BREAKS A COLD IN A FEW HOURS Proves Quinine is Never Effective in the Cure of a Severe Cold or the Grippe Nothing else that you can take will break your coldor end grippe so promptly asa dose of Papes Cold Compound every two hours until three consecutive doses are taken The most miserable neuralgia pains headache dullness lI1ul noses iiftfod upv feverishness sneezing running of the nose sore throat mucous catarrhal discharges sore ness stiffness rheumatism pains and other distress begin to leave after tire very first dose Pages Cold Compound is the result of three years research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars and contains no quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not ef fective in the treatment ofcolds or grippe Take this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the worM which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any othei assistance or bad aftereffects as a 25 cent package of Pages Cold Com pound which any druggist in the world can supply- DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENT Our new directory is nearly ready mud ifany business house desires ad Icrtising space time manager will gladly reserve it upon notice Old Kentucky Telephone Tel Co 10252t BUYS PIANO The Auditorium Company lias piu chased a 450 Kurtxman piano which will arrive in a few days NEW TAILOR SHOP have resigned my position with 1feeNeilliuulCeather grocery and am now interested in the tailor bus iness on Lexington avenue and will appreciate your patronage Clothe cleaned pressed and repaired Stan ley Hill manager lulls Tailor Shop 0251 Save Time by Telephoning When a titan feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice Ry having the service of theIEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED It s easytp trayel allover the State and other States If you havent our service you should have Call our manager for full information RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every load ROYSE 6 BOONE Winchester MiFfem Classified Advertisements slng1lnsertle2cIn sertions Y2c a word for each additional In sertion lOc a word per month 1s perInsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are having calls every day for farms of all sizes and prices if you have one you want to sell see or telephone us at once Office in McEl downey Building both phones For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office In McEldowney Eullldlng IV Home Phone 728 26iInsure In- STROTHERS FireOPur RELIABLE and I andReal Estate Agency OFFICE FnUernitr Bids Phone WANTEDAsituation as nurse for au infant or to care for small chil dren as companion or nurse for an old lady or an invalid Home phone 732 10 4lino WANTEDPosition as stenographer ApplyMr108 lmoI FOR RENT 75 acres landnnow in clover and ready to plow at once Fprmoneyr ntor good note Apply to H W Ecton at Ectons grocery lO10tf FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Island Red cockerels Call Home phone 813A 1010tf WANTED 100 sheep to graze Call on or phone SA Prewitt phone 8S2rR 1010tf FOR SALE Fortysix acres of No 1 1terms927lmo WANTED2000 old brick Clark Tanner 1012 tf WANTED Boarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath 1013tf FOR SALE100 hogs in lots to suit purchasers to be delivered 20th to 25th of November flomI beslaughtered on premises B A Ogden 1017tf STRAYEDFrom the farm occu pied Jjy Allen O borue aRuckerville pike one brown yearling colt An information as to its whereabouts will be suitably rewarded Win Chester Roller Mills 1018tf WANTED Five or six carpenters Apply W P Eckley lOllfllJU STRAYEDTo my place on the Lex ington pike a black greyhound with a white face Owner can have same bailing Home phone 809A 102131 WANTED Good milch cow Pllon- Robbins News office 102131 WANTED A good gas cookie stove Call Horne phone 848A 1022fit FOR SALEA mahogany folding bed and Radiant Home Heater either coal orgtfIPhiteNo SE- 10223t LOSTAsmall rattlesnake purse on Main or Highland street Return to Mrs Hampjon Bush 10223 FOR RENTTwo front rooms Apply Mrs Barney Campbell 41 Winn avenue 102261 FOR RENTHouseon I3uckn c street Apply to T L IIollada3 1024lt THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for titJP machine which is well known for HP durability and good work Will be pleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will s either for cashier monthly payments C CROBBINSN wsoffi e w r j B cram IID Pre5J4e Cutlet copr R 0 mca VlctPraldent Ajsu CtshUr Clark Comity National Bank Established 1865 Accounts ot Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited CQllectlon Made en Points Capital and Surplus 35000000 W Bush 6 Company- FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE McELOOWNEY Phone 145 DONT BUY A RUNAB OUTUntil you have seen the New Model 14 Buick at 60000 Call at the Winchesterr Garage andget full particulars PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Attorney it Law 5tk Thor McEldowney Buildinl Winchester Ky r LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law fflce 5th Floor McEiduwney Buildup Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky 1 M STEVENSON Attorney ItUlw fl S Main St Winchester Ky WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourtlt best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eaual NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS dtuys July L Those owing taxes will please call and settle at once and avoid the penalty which tikes effect November 1 I will be in my ofile in the Clark County National Rank building each eveninir until 9 p mt beginning October 3 1910 JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collector 930tf DRINK R2Ig J More Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers i You have but a few more days bid fore the penalty is added Come anil ravoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect ajt of the taxes by December 1st Yours rcspectfullvj W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015trt NEW BAKERYt irs We will start a new bakery at Ni 9 East Broadway and frill futnihl the freshest and best bread cakci pies and everything to befound in a firstclass bakery We have had large experience Will guarantee satisfaction and solicit tHc patronage of the public Will deliver hoods totiall parts of the city on short not = Tell 342 TheEH Bakery Company o18 t4