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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ict J r Ii Sv Last i iODT B WINCHESTER NEWS VOLUME 5 NO M WINCHESTER KENTUCKY OCTOBER 28 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 11 BICloN RE5SMAN FR M fiRST Ii iifi SPEAKS FORA fl VO BYRD iar tudieoce Creets Speech of Hon Ollie James At Court House Fri y ieroooD In Interest of Mr Byrd 1i r The Circuit Com t room was crowd r io the door ami standing room i lwjls at a premium Friday afternoon ithcar the lIon Ollie James Con glcsghian from the First Kentucky Disfriet speak in the interest of lion tfejJfloyd Byrds candidacy fir Con ieiiS The speaker was introduced livN June L Benton and wjs ciujiusiiistically received 11 James said in part itijt is being asked of each Con iigress5onal candidate rae you a rep 4 resell ta live of the people or tIll eor orations The Democrats of this XdiSlnet han selected an honest and thbnorable man whom we pledge to be fpr the people and besides be pledges + himself to represent the people Mr Langley who hart been the repre sentative here has shown howl he stands in matters as between the pco ptc arid corporations mid his plat fHm this time seems to be no better vtlmii before lie has alvys rcpre sentcd the corporations and not the people 1 viis toM thiil Senator W 0 Bradley uul John spoke in this room yesterday I told them to fumigate it wellIj TIle tariff was derived from a small is j Jjiwl called Terif where a 1J ndot s stayed and a the ships pasiJ rWvith their cargoes they would go out and deiruind a part or take it allI i if you did not give it over The tariff has always been a robber No hu annn person ever dreamed that tin tariff was made to enrich so greatly or there would have been no govern V mcnt form in this country Senaoi Dollivcr in speaking on ilhe tariff last year said that Cool gi discovered the North Pole aaid Payne and Aldrich reused the tariff 1Iulc President Taft congratulated both Eut that if Cook did not reach the North Pole he came nearer than did Payne or Aldrich come to reducing the tariffAtJUh llrin the United States uses 580 pounds of sugar in year and the sugar trust picks your pocket for JtS pc1 year and jLangley helped to make the law that Hiables them to do this i Langley goes aronud and tcllI you that he is against Cannon and I othat after what he luis done for him j HI r Iwnntto tell you that it will becno use for him to be against Can- TV iori for Champ Clark will be the next speaker Langley so I under stand boasts of the fact hat he had the tariff Maced on lumber James QBlnine said that there would nevei be a tariff placed on lumber The Republictil party fiaV ynaway from his rloc Wuf nOn iunVwvf have a hwionthis article The lum ther of this country iowned by a few people Tl ct are many people an this eouiiir who have no homes Sjwaut these people to have their jjjiipmcs and am for free lumber foi iflhis reason 7fH rcis not a single shoe factory int isMistrict and yet Mr Langley vvotedagaiust the amendment taking iothe duty of leather and is making you v pay a high price for all leather c t1rrllO increased the tariff on rubber raising the ptiee of rubber shocs 2o perceut and who voted for Elfins =yonr Congiussman Mr VvJcy and every man woman nnd LmgIt i1Zho buys nibber shoes has tribute to Aldrich and the trust rlbheI FISCAL COURT IN SfSSIONI I TIjc jjGlark Fiscal Court met in special session Friday monnng to consider the notice of the Clark County Construction Company that it would furnish no more stone and do no further work because it claimed the county had violated its contract 1 All the magistrates were present Attorney Whin for the company stated that the company wished to present its sessions in An adjournment was taken to 1230 to give all opportunity to finish the writ ing At 1230 the court reconvened aiuVthe Construction Company stated f thitit cjpuld not have its statement i eaflyHiiiiii330 or 4 oclock in tlie afternoon Judge Evans stated that some days ago Mr llodgkin presented hiin with a written request to be informed of the ttinouui of rock needed on cer tain parts of the Big Stoner pike p told him it vas a matter of which uIand Mr Haggard was absont But I said yon go and see Squire Doole and wherever lie tells you to put the rock do so and I know that will be satisfactory to the Hmul Supervisor oJ want to disavow that I have doneanything to retard the construc tion company in its work Mmy of the roads are in had condition andj must be repaired have tried to 11do anything that would let them ge along and get through was iti favor of giving them some of the roads Any contract this court mak es Ill try my best to hmo carried out I have never tried in siny way to block the carrying out of this or any contract I wanted to take out some of the roads in the first place hut J done everything I could to carry itont When the company gotI Wheeler and Powell to examine the condition of the bridges Mr Hag gard had them all have nothing against the company Mr Haggard ssid The company has JlVVMiat any time intimated thatI they wanted aiiy fhing that hun not dropped whatever J was dointr to go and show them wJiat they wanted I went out to the far end of the niJI Stoncr pike with Mr llodgkin and showed Jtjm what as wanted told him that if they got rock from Snuiro Doolev should not require so much ill the far end and if they got roefr from Mr Will Gay should not require them to spread so much n this end T designed the places to skip I told them would not re quire them to make any longer haul than possible often let them alone as much as possible and sometimes yVTijjjiYajiMeter puton treble the amount I thought necessary gav them the same directions on the Big Stoner pike u I dill on the Lexington and Iron Works pike and they nellIasked me for any other Sotanxious to hnve tjiem get along staved awsiy on the Big Stoner be cause I thought that had rock was better than no rick at allIIn going with Mr ed out one part to be repaired and another to he skipped and indicated right along just Avlmt was wanted I never to their hills We never had any dispute as to the anioniit of rock nor theI amount to be paid for except tin SQiepnings P followed the same procedure on the Big Stoiier as on all other roads On motion of Squire Kenick sec onded by Squire Dooley the following order was unanimously passed Order Whereas the Clark County Con Company on October 25th 1910 by a writing served on J II Evans County Judge for Clark coun ty did notify said county by said writing that said Construction COIl1I pany would Jumidi no more stone and do no further work under theii contract with said county to repai various turnpikes embraced in contract and whereas on Oc tober 2 th HJl 0notire was given said company of a meeting of the Fis cal Court called for October 28th 151 Oi to consider their complaint rnd whereas the said Construction Company failed to make any state ment to tfeis Court of their reasons for this action although duly notified on the 25th iust of this session of court and beipg present by attorney now ask further time in order to State their position und whereas some of the turnpikes embraced in said contract are now in bad eon dition aiul it is very necessary that they be immediately repaired before winter sets in in order to save them from ruin Now therefore the Road Supervisor is ordered and directed to talie charge of said roads nnd have them reoiired as rapidly as possible This October 28 1010 The court received and filed the inventory of the county fftrm prepar ed J y Squires Swope and Good Vitoste1 nnd ininlcred Kissenger ayjV hjjv yife paid their years salary The inagistrates oiv dered one day7 s pay for the meeting of the court and an extra day for TfSquire Swopc and Goter foi taking till Count v Fariijiiijientqry Tlie Construction ol State it wolud file its reasons Vith the Comity Judge H INGTON ton SALE theIouse The regular auction sales at the Lexington loose lend warehouses coin meneed Tuesday at n oclock Tin Farmers warehouse had one of tin largest siles in the city Nearly a hundred thousand pounds was sold on this floor hnt1ttnstry but does strictly commission business with the f1 lUlljThe prices ranged from 440 te lH The highest average realized 3 anyone for n whole 1011was mairle at the Farmers by Mr Chas Bearing of Arersaille His whole load uiver agcd 1510 for nil grades The improved lights at the Far mers warehouse showed up the 1o baeco to perfection and created gen eral comment Mr W Eo Lea the new general manager seemed perfectly at home and made a splendid impression Col rliineh the auctioneer at the Farmers proved that he wr the far mers friend by pulling hard for UK last little hid on each pill The Fanners Tobacco Warehouse is the Bnrle yLoose pivBphmer House on South Broadway Milhe splendid sale maile at this liouffcifruosdJiy to get litH with the ieourteoUJreatmenl extended to both ell visitoi made litany a customer for the new management BRADUY SPEAKS FOR LANGLEV Senator Says He is An Old Fashioned Standpat Republican Asks That Present Congressman Be Returned Senator Bradley followed Mr Langley in the speaking ni the court house Thursday and pleaded with the people to send Mr back to OongVess During his speech 3ie stated that he was not tin insurgent Republican hilt a plain oldfashioned Republican a standpatter He was careful not to mention the name of any more thai possible only referring to him once and that wfcis in regard to the endorsement he had given Mr Langley He said in part It again affords me great pleas ure to be with the good people of Clark county I am here today to speak in behalf of one of the best representatives the Tenth DislricT has ever had Mr John W Langley Mr Langley hUH done more for the people of this district thtui any man Yl15hillgtonit race He felt that he should go out and do for himself more hut when President Taft heard of this he called into his office and told him that it would never do for him to quit and that he must come back to Kentucky ami make this race Mr Langley also has an endorse ment from Mr Roosevelt and I ask yon people of Clark will you lso en dorse hind Ho has gotten appropri ations for public buildings increase in petitions tot the old soldiers had bills passed to improve the water ways in your State and many other things ILhere are many things now before Congress thur it is necessrry to finish and to do this you must have a ma jority of Republicans to do it If the Democrats should geLajnaiority what could they dot Jis fast as th ey wuild pass laws th1pwouia be killed in the Senate They talk about 1500 majority in Clark I know this isIl1 Democratic county and am sorry for it but know the good farmers who have en joyed this great prosperity under the Republican rule will never do some tiling that they will be sorry for af terwards I also know that Mr John XW Lamrley will at least hold his own in this county I would like for someone to tell what the Democrats have done in this Ul Can you show me law ttiyhlC made It was the IJeptib lit3i that n1H1cthctnifflnW1 the llfenubiieau party that the law AV hen teh Democrats filtH m power ttORt thrge cents tfl letlejC Are h ive reduced it to two cents will shortly reduce it to o 4enH The tie 9iittplS are talk ing all over the cojinUiy about inI surgehcjnnit wlvatis lit is only a difference between the Republicans on the taritT iuestions Some want a higher rate and others a lower rate At that till Insurgents will never lo the Democrats 111t of good because they will never vote to do what the Democrats want There are many Democrats who are in favor of a tariff There are many Demo lIJ tic representatives who are spot ted They want nr tariff on some things in one State on others in other States etc What they want is a tariir on something that they sire in terested in and doiVot want to pro tecl their neighbors When the HlJ nlJlinputy com es before you they talk to yqu ajout what they have doro aud the Demo 2rats hbout what thoy have not done To the negro voters iask if you are going to vote the Republican jtickef this fall or are y m going to ell out Tlie Republic party fougifio free you aiid has stood b you CAer since It is the liepubliea parlyjiow that is making it possible for yoiJ1o obtain the high wage that yon now receive SCHOOL BOARD HOLDS MEETING Two New Teachers Are Elected and Sajary of Mr A R Baldwin is In creased to One Dollars r At the regulrii monthly meeting ofI the Board of Education Thursday night two new teachers were elected One of the teachers was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resig nation of Miss Osborjio the other to do substitute work The teachers elected were Mrs Harry Tanner and Mrs French Tipton Every membei of the board was present sit the meet ing and lthough they were in session several nnrs vey lliil woik wa iiotuay done Mr Jx Allen clmirmaii ofi tlie organization eomiml tee reported Unit in one1 otlhe rooms ut the cblolxd school there were one hundred alnl twentysix pupils and that in order toj lake care of them it was necessary 10 have two sessions Mr C Eo Bush chairman of the building and sanitation committee stated that the work on the new ad dition of the Hickman street school buihUng was nearly completed that the plumiring lork in all the build ings was also l hut finished He iFso said thrt the plumbing contrac tor was having a great deal of trou iile in securing the sanitary drinking fountains 1rof R M Shipp reported that there were iJ4 pay pupils in the school There was a tot h enrollment ifi07j which i the largest in the h croryot the school at this time of IhoY alel1l high school now luus 01 pupils which is u he largest number iver enrolled in this department Both Pmt Shipp and Pnif Garviii aid tlint the work Mr J M AVood ivard truant ollicer is more than natisfactoiy ais nmch pfiw present large enrollment waadjie tk his faith ful work The form for a tethers certificate ijrepared by the committee appoint cd at the last meeting was accepted I1l1clc ordered to be printed Prof J n Gnrvii reported enw ll ieut of 182 pupils in his school He 10I said that the boys had formed an or shcstra and was granted the use of tme of the rooms at the school build ing in which they might practicI The salary of JholA H Baldwin us treasurer WitS increased to 100 e ea IiFREE DRINKS AT THE i tH ir1t J AUDITORIUM ffiHEATRE Mr G L Wainscot who operates the Roxa Kola factory has maun factured a new drink tluit ho caUs Sas T PVas jvnd cwry person pros cut aj the Auditorium will be given a drink free Friday ni ht The drink will be served at the fountain and Ute tables in the palm garden An excellent bill isrojTered liy the nmnfi ger of the Iheatie in Lew Woods that ventrilofuisi This act is the first Of this season and i one of tIle mot amifsinjr vorking the Sun time Aiid Tlib splendid t9rt- he bill is CuniQ aiiil EarJ in a ynmiologiie iandtpmedy act tH1in ronneiption ith 4wocijr o if pioturds the sbpw s ttfe the standard I TACOMA CENSUS- ISINVESTIGATED Director Durand in a Letter Reiterat es and Emphasizes His Allegation of Fraud- WASHINGTON Oct Sneill1 ating and emphasizing his previous allegation of fraud in connection with the census ofTacoma Wash Direc tor Durand of the Census Bureau Thursday Ionvsvrded to the Tacoma Committee a letter conceding the re quest for a reenumeratioii of the population of that city In making the concession the di rector makes the condition that no prmitc individual or private organi zation shall in any way undertake to interfere with or assist in the work except in such manner as may be npc ble or Indigestion FROSTS ARE PREDICTEDI BY Wt Light Snow Falls in Chicago and Hail Storm is Reported in Cleveland Accompanied By Snow Flurries IIYASIIIXGTOX rre tcd by tl1l weather bureau for two mornings throughout the Western and Central States and to extend Friday night into the Eat ern section of the country and almost as far South as till Gulf cosat Frost accompanied the first marked cool wave of the present sea III son influenced hy cold nrca with it center in the Rock Mountain region Over tIll central valleys the cold wave Imoinwave moves eastward from the Cpn trar States the weather in the AtIll ntieature falls CHICAGO Oct 28 Snow nottl enough of it to coast on hut enough to wcjgh in the first of the cnsonh full if lkbjftl t flvh11Oi fc g H41 lJilI1IfH t lr lra C rA1Ml l1 ilil ricftI2b1 1f1t er 9in Michigan is cxperiCiTcuig the first jsiiow of tlie season The snow is be ing driven by a thirtymile gale of wind Over three inches of snow has fal len in two hours All boats on Lake jSuperitxr tje seeking shelter and team and electric railway service is demoialied CLEVELAND 0 Oct 28 North western Ohio was yisited with the first snow of the season Thursday A fail which lasted for fifteen minutes vas reported front Limn While Cleveland experienced severe hailII torm accompanied with a couple of snow flurries MARION BROWN U P IS CAPTURfDil Evades OfRcers For Many Months But is Finally Taken By Sheriff Walter Crooks MT STERLING Ky Oct 28 After officers for many months Shcriit Walter Crooks has captured Marion Brown of ffelo ville this c6untAk yiiqis wanted 11I the charge of violating flic laws of the State Brown was hero Judge McCormick and gave bond for his appearance at theshext term of the Montgomery Circuit Court which meets in January lie IbitiCFAMOUS HUMORIST TO APPEAR HI Opie Read Author Journalist and Philosopheryto Deliver Lecture at Kentucky Wesleyan College l1thollhUUother thingf too uumerourro mejii tipii Ayill jippear at Kqiufliy Y e l ileVan Cj lle e nixlt VFiidfty evejiing No ln 4 s th J t ic lif1 fjl reKD g u Ao gie1 tj t the college this winter Yes Opie will be here In ordcr to demonstrate the fct that Opie h on hand if necessary I shall put a sign on him and lead iim through the streets of Winchester on above said date lest tIll oftsuffering and kindhearted citizens of Winchester ibe fearful that Opie will do the Sher wood act Every number on this Lyceum Course will come ofT just sis advertised and represented to the public so far rj 1cun possibly bring this to pass And I assure thi pub lie that it I fail in securing this re thCh1ItneyTo return to Mr Reed ruder date of October 24 received the following letter from Mr Read My Dent Mr riCltl thank you for your letter ol kindly inquiry but us have not received my rail road schedule I cant forecast tie time of my arrival in Winchester is not nece sary that miy special ar rangements should be made jnt lead me out upon the platform thIn the blind bridle and turn me loose My subject tell Old Lim Jucklin Yours OPIE READ On the platform at Clarence Mo Senator LaFolIette made this state tht11ejIU1lSJncklin is not only the most original eItl11JOHN JTIGERT FUNERAL SERVICES OF I OR VA5HINGTON MILLERi Will Be Held at Winchester Ceme tery Saturday Morning at 10 Oclock By Dr J L Weber IITIltThursday afternoon of hell trouble will be held t the grave in the nJchester cemetery Saturday monism1 10 oclockconducted by Hc1 Lj IIPHstolrcity J3r Miller will be grcatb missed his friends in this city lie was boiju add roared in this county anil always resided here His fa HIf Mr Wash Miller was also ii res ident of this county the greater por t 111D1il1With MrJ D Simpson Dr Miller organized the hank of Millor and Simpson now the Citizens National Bank Dr Miller was twice married His first wife Vas Miss Anderson and to them were born three children who survive him They ate Mi John M Hodgkin Mrs L U Busl nnd Mr Maurice Miller His etOlHl wife was Miss Nellie Lampton win survives Dr Miller was a membei ftlie Elks lodge mid that inn will have charge of hisClrganizaI Following will be the Active W II Garner T C Robin son J W A R Sphar J Simpson and 0 S Johnson Honorary Dr Gco O Graves B Johnson B F Ciutis Marem A Hood Hampton 1 W Cham WIS and Eldor J W Haiding FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON Falls Friday Morning Ice Found on the Water Early in the Day The sudden change in tlfe weathei has caused fires to be started and old winter clothes brought out from closets The change came as a sur tiC to this seclino All during the month of October the weather ha cn unusuallyt wiMm Thursday morningit rained and this was fol lowed bt cold wave Fridajiiioni rug ice was foiind on Water nVa xp 6sfd Snow the fIrst of the Rea onJbegan to fall at 11 oclock5 Fri dav morning SELLS HOUSE ANDlOrl Tracy Stokely agents for Mrs Miner Mclntdsh sold to Mr F IT Haggard a house find lot on Flanagat street Thursdays Price lancL other ltii1crntih s NPTIGE AYijiehester Shayiiig Pfirlrir will I1iGafcal Proprietoii I WEATHER Fair Tniogllt lVith Killing frostt Saturday Fair With Rising TemPer- ature FRIDAY Langlcy writing repaired objected furnished struction keeper ltt1rr Langley Roosevelt DCJol1n Hundred fhekind Previous evading Iqynler LISLE IH CASpiMONDAY Special Judge Will Be Appointed as Judge Benton Has Refused to Act The special term called by Judge M Beiiiou fur the purpose of trying the Lisle will case jll bugin Monday Judge Beutou has declined to fliiJudge in the case a4id a eipi uil judge will be appointed by tire Gov ernor So far no hhyj been named The SheIiJfl e bus been busy all this week summoning the jurors BOM TRIAL IS POSTPONED Mr P II Haggard and Mr Jamos S Mullins jailer retiinicd from Morehead Thursday aftenioon wtictb they had been to attend the trial of Steve Howell Air Haggard repreesuted thc de fendant Bowen in tilt trial wliici was continued until the October leim o ft he court by Judge Young LOUISVILLE SALES rOt ISYILIJ Ky Oct 28 Pric es as a rule slioued no juoiable change as compared with Thutsday Friday however some improvement was in evidence as compared iiilj Tuesday particularly for the bctr tel grades of old hurley Jin aiiy fiiie of onehalf cent ruling for high col ory grades Old hurley offerings amounted to 240 hogsheaifk hoarjy all of which was of the 1900 pool The bidding was moderately active and the American Tobacco Company continued to buy its usual quota offerings One hogsHcad good bright leaf sold at lfl7o the highest far realized on tIll pooled tobac co The average prices were prqb ably a little higher due to the to bal being ofn little higher qttnl- itv Rejections were light t REACHED 20 AT CINCINNATI1 j J 41i CINCINNATI 0 Oct 28 Wfiwi1 3ft the third days sales opened Thurs day at till Globe warehouse by far the biggest crowd tluit has been pros out at the sales was on hand The high water mark ii the ales was made when K II Spillman buying for the firm of Spillman Kllis bought in a hogshead of tobacco at r2o T II Kirk led nil other cojn ictitors when he bought in f9 hogs ie uls The prices ranged from jilSijO o 7 ORGANiZATION OF NWCHURCH rake Place at Courthouse With XI2G Members Officers and Deacons Are Elected The organization of the new Bap list chinch took place at the courl lotise on Thursday evening The services were conducted by Rev C W Elsey of Cyiithiaua lS iiMed by Brother Duke pastor of Mt Olive church Mr Jto Chambers rtis elected church clerk MrrChristy G Bush was elected SuperinCudcnt of Sun day Schools Mr S Clay Bon et Jis sistrrt M r A J Ean was Jlcct secretary mill treasurer The follow jng efP i clcctcf- ohn JJililie h ncIJush J Qnf jh BI Tame A Boone aud J W Chambers Mr M b U yrcCas elected by the Board of Deacon olt Friday moniing r ns Solid tn fur subseriptions for the partors salary r The churc adonftid Uic Pliilrdel phia Confession of Faith anda church coycirint After January 1 life Sunday jJciiool will elect its own officers Services wjll be hc1 lat the courthouse Siin day morning find nighty and Sunday school at 9 30 in the morning Prayer meeting on Vidiresdav Qveningsit 7 offlock r The advisability f ctllinar a regnr jar pastor wjl Ibe considered Al it iti- riiceft ih Thc fl iri ehnrcb ha tit 12 JI s p I f1 Il J t I 4t I i tI jI I IlI age1ft 1 TF WINCHESTER NEWS JHK wlllffisnl EWs 1Jc An Indceuent spipI 3iw C RIncorpoiaJf d ffflce O9 IJ 1 Soutlialri Street Win hesterKintii Jty t rrsmi fEnfefed as secondclass matter jovembgf28 l968aHMpostoffice Winchester Kentucky under the i tthf tercb 3 1879 J 4t PJift i iUBSGRllPTiOH RATES D lLkilYT ono year 30p Eli Months iv V LP Oie Month rr 25 Paxiible in advance t ADVERTISING RATES iV Display Per ftlchi One tie any edition 25 Three times within one Week 50 One ire6kiep4tinubi iy a 10 6le JleBar MO continuously 300 tour weeks f tunes a week 240- trn tt taei eutfrvee1th two times a week 1 1 on weJ s oneLmtIa wqeiI t 7 J Reading 1nticee L1n Business jiQtiees body type 7lhtII Pure rending npws heading Three continuous inscrtiqns of samel item tijapublo the onetime rate ssiftefP r Word One insertion any edition lv Three insertions continuously 2o FBachiHrciflddilional insertions 1hf- Olle qj lepc1ar mOt 10t Nothing count d less than 10 Words No item charged oh books f less than 25 cents JI ftI R FORE IiADVERTISINGRYTHE H o J1 jj9 GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO nMNCffESINALL THE PRINCIPAL CITJES =FRIDAv OCtOBER 28 191 6 CONVICTION OF C RIPPEN Dr Cnppeji has been given pro iuittet11dtini it1iAnrericaircriininalfiial llsnm ill c juiy siinetihVe iivan Is it any woaider that murder ar- cfLi1l England with this speed in a afliitlfltLflU and certainty of pun i5lnniMtt staring the imifdcier in llic fag i iais ailyrlmig ve rcoili in our judicial Vrleife wlleh tljivijorf Chief Jus flee added rdler pronouncing sen r tence of i1etTh r lJlliTdeuce whieli l1it1tlJjjILL IIj4tiLe mind tit11IY rca Jl n yon Li ii Hyuinii1dero 3u yoTuf1 wif e aim1 t i x tligii mTililaled 1itr1ot1y fr adVrSe youtb enterhiin lib lioije that ypu oaii Core the conseiueuces OiOitrCIiIflC t Iiiuijlote yi 10 hhlke our p tcc tU jWchut we might take ir fcieft0111 her on the enforeenieht of souI TlieTCliieago EecordlTerald reaj iV tiLe expedition with which a jtiry tfiis s6cuted to try XTrippcn Ai iiIhl ij ri PE Ju1iA OrAST VLCIl in tlie I Oil JMl cable tih1 lllfejimy jtlfccase o li Criypcn w S IlfVi h iHl ffieu1trn I C1- Y1IirttiIiiejjtlC1iOI1flt8t1 il t1tlc ll7tilWl B t ifjyoh t1tl11 delay worth mentioning lNjI iII ti f jt I1 iiri t51 it1l 1 f J1g k fnt1- Qled 7 Htcittld3enfltJ Illinois court to seen a tlirMttnt to try Grip en had Ivc cdmniittetl thb rUleged niimlci and ipadT life ttetiisvi suUseVjuent ecae Bitliis Jtltef br iilN m Voi k oj tlICiIIh31VhIiit or ahywjiere excippj WJey OiV vvlieVe criiniiial jusiice is r lientlur1hh ieuol1 t 71uChL1lCl1 tIitt tIlt leg h ro luig 1M iri61eyiut Suit 1JOintleJ qneKtiblfis fax inirmiiub1e Qxahiinrv liou of possible jurbfat sojimstry t WINcH STERJlUMBfR CO INCORPORATED 1hf llOIiCi110101 Ittflti1aLt vouiiertaiii1yiiive meant thCWLee oil ii fortnight Why this difference Is ntEng laud AngloSaxon Are not indictcil rtien July mYtectcd Ihere ill all their subshintil njihlst Away with Ike abnKO anfl absilrdi ties ofour criiiiinal justitfe licforlii hId ejjediteit The thilig III- tOhICILII1hLYiZhIttOIjt lit j ooijey- j After Hit yerdiel of giiilty and sentence of death on Sntl the 1eeothIitiahdal11 the followiuIchapter III its Sunday issue tiE CRipPEN TthAL 1 DICT ANOTHER CONTRAST Tortile lav nrld the xkpccted taJ occurred iiK the OrmpejiV cas e jTlfc fnryA xordict of Gnifty Is hHft edly Ilk inoral verlict of thiii IJjtt age man for thuprjsohurs dufcnsi was Jnme hollow insullicicnt niise a reasonable dmibi Whttlipr the prosoculiou fully es tablished Tw fICltf murder 5nlTic lUH11hterninodiI sO lions 1egal ticstion uhicli the Court of Griminal Appeajl will tojably confjjdcr That coiuij a jcccnt addition to Eigliud4Vjudi nL1tI1Illight without ciu nJiging obstructron and technicality IIlhhllhlt thes thiifgv Urc plain stiilcing ami instuucfivl JnnpcM h r received a fair trial the ease ws called oif Tnesdnf ifiid tnVld fester dumowiing examination irosscx an1IIInt11t iitqi1t1ihLgThLtiiIc tifube desired from the viewpoint off Fationai Anglo Jiaxon iunfipiudertcei How differently vve fi3 cninina1 caj6ri of the saint sonsational tlnrI actor in tho United Stales Does hIlly one doubt that a Crippen ewe would hsivo consumed at least a month iill rlllimris or New York The contiast is emphatically unfhvorablc fo 6iit proceduiv nd piiw tcXgni nci say legal reform is imperative here we miust expedite aiid fllU1CIliC oui criminfl justice The Leader INDiGESTION 8OFS dN1Wl M1N1ES Jieartburn Gas DyspepiaandOth er Stomach Misery Vanishes Be fore You Realize it If vhnt ymjft t ate IS sntmgohlY- Uhlr stonmcVr his like a lump of lead refusing to digest or you bolcli- jGus and Eructate soui undigostcui 01 have a tocling oi DixxFtioss FfiiJiriburu Pulhiess NnuseA B8I- Taste in nlunth ami stonuidfi head o 1Aou lilycuro your outolorder stUl1l1 ncli aud lqavo stilliciiBiit JiboiU lu houte in case some lire el ain the family may suffer frIll stomach trou oiJnligesttonS 5Ai k your pliarmacist tohow yol the formula plainly printed Onthc 0cput cases thitou IihLtLilet lt str irvhy Tspeptic lvouble of ql rndKmust goaIIdIvitvh1levltldiv ieiievijsotit onttJI1ler S1oUltH1h o uiprgeslioti jn fivenuuuteS Dia t lcandypover sufricient to higCthiflIl pret pAl foi ssnulfttioiiiutn lljo bloivji till the food you en besides it innk1 itiihfI ttfsurf to ltthi oY livfei inlisfot Iiiliousie s or Constrpatiou fhis city Avill haveihiiy tii JjJ ICjlkfrJnfoniife people will cjtH Xplf you will Ke aI iiiky ybout l iili4stoi tYc P1 eptu ttioti 9Ol1l 1 FINISH OFF YOUR PIAZZA with OLUOJUIII- IIsTiieii1 rnlsfunhfer tO hlILkeitor 111 l 1ri1H more soiidas well Come here in fact for all of the better class of mill work We nhyavs bave plenty of ovj t Vcryily which time only brings out to greater advantage MANUFACTURING Fi4you ever try a little for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other Stomach isery V Grt some now this minute t 11- 11irVr rid yourself of Stomach Trouble and Indigestion MOVED THE CHURCH TOWER Method of Increasing the Size of Sacred Edifice Employed 5by Belgians i A large qrowd gathered in the UtUi village of nbchblt on the Belgian frOn- tier to watch the unusual spectacle oti a moving church tower Some ago It was decided that the church should be enlarged In order to accom moilato the increased number peoI pie in the village It being imjQssible to enlarge the church at the choir end it was tiecided to lengthqn the nave It was thought that this would Involve the demolition of the tower but to this however the authorities were opposed holding that the tower was of great historical value dating many centuries back and to this opposition was ridded that of the villagers who were against the scheme on sentimental ground It was therefore decided to remove the toWerS which is 90 feet high and about 3000 tons in weight This enormous mass of stone was cut away at the foundations and a platform placedr beneath it on rails Slowly fully and with great patience by the workmen engaged in this extraordi nary task the tower is being advanced Inch by inch ts flew placeii about ripen yards In frontof theflld pncnnd IMs estimated that it will take tent days ora fortnight to reach the spot which is in readiness to receive the moving mass While the operation was In progress j the bells in the steeple were ringing loudly as though to signal the extra ordinary move it was about to make Thibetan Tricksters Fraud nestles even on the root of the world In other words the un sophisticated Thibetan does hf tie cheating on his own account He Is almost thq sole purveyor aliniuak 1tIs soidatKometbing like a dozt fttmes its AyeightJn sI1yerso one iTvould think the P99nt Iwob puffl But this far Jrou thej case It is always soldIn pockets and the vend ors will not allow an examination ujf the buyer other than touch But 6y this means he is unable to determine upon the purity and it fequenlly happens that the vendor his adulterated his merchandise with amidon pens beans potatoes mixed with blood the yolk of eggs pounded in a mortar until it resembles musk I bespondentVisit witli its graves overgrown with weeds niid tombstones falling downand you givelife Our Happifscss Our flaPpinc SS l lilY i1dpend n1 tllQ fteejom tliit VIIhlS ViLhl een good deed And beneath nets of evlE oI L1aPhojca11y but liter sftlv ffcesMajcufe thelius free him ltiC CCIb thfleIledlcOVCIS p n truth in indulgence eatb tme hat jie uardons each time lio efi MStill sCf r Macbeth enrfiBiHsTmnselt anew with qyeJT fresh crime And if trfisbe true g the gical crimes of itilk5 thUd the virtue1 of herops iLls rio less true of the humblest faults cindniost hideous Virtues of ordinary life Ml1IYzt youth O1JUSriUthis room Maeterlinck i Made the Best of It When the man discovered the iito- t1Ph negTilors eye did lie make ragliig remarks and spoil every 100 jnsVead of that he went away andquietly became An oculist and was e in a position to speak to sbutQ purpose Ten rtollar please quoth he the next time he looked at his neighbors dye and that pray consider was only the beginning PuckS No LOaionMie JOt llOur ijlnmbcr are not timekilHn t loafers Ylieii wo send a mn out inI 10 t 01H instruct bihi to get voikulone uXiiklv and right Wei- tOCTtT have to tins because our busi ness is growing and we have work for our ltIiuh other jobs We oiut stand for hIlly loafing on t- tiluiUtI1 andfwt8 1hlu4YTitH o I I SAM THOS OONEJ 29 West HONESTY IS BEST POLICY 6 fdid r 4j1ans jIea t6t R al e In vJgc et Yith rcxomptJ Response At a talilo iii the Philadelphia Man ufacturers club the other eveningSOY eral nlanuTactur rs were gathered discussjjjg J ts witH great interest and fthngnat impartiality The talk switched In time to the question of wages and all had more or less to say qn that point One of the men who employs hun dreds of workers was called oil to tell what he thought of the increased cost of living Well he said I know that my men are constantly asking for more wages and saying that they cannot live on what they earn but one of them gave the richest excuse for a raise that I ever heard He came Into the office a few weeks ago and said that he had just been married actf wanted more money In a spirit of jest I sail to him So you want to talce home more money to little wife Thats what you want the raise for is 4Oh no sir he replied fwant the raise for m selt The wife knows Pl much I am getting now sir andI cant knock down any of my present wages she tits it all need the raise for personal axpenseV Well you iiien Can easily guess he got thai rats he Is too blamed hon est to let got away- PIeaures of Hope It has been a thousand times oH eerVed and must observe it oncp morb that the hours we pass with happy prospects In vfew are more pleasing than those Goldsmith crowded with- fruitiolLOhiver ITS THE WORLDS BEST Xo one has ever made a salvdoiut ment ov bnlnv lo comw re with Buck Ions Arnica Salve Its the ono pet fect healer of Cuts Corns Burn BruisC Soros Scalds Boils ricer Ecxeina Salt Rheum For Sure Eyc Cold Sores Cliapnod llinds orj Sprains its Miprome Infallible Hies Only ict t all lntig- gistsNIiWPtT= = kiVfMiI1M r1tt11ffiliZtift n1h iOtl streoVand will open lip an uptodalV restaurant A Womans Warning is- i r Her CombS9 qr- 1I eWlien our contb looks like this take no chances Usa Vxx1lnurys coinliinatiuii Hair Toidcat onrtr i 4 0 improvedforz 4 throiisli tie stores It is thc only hair Ionic made midVIJ cnfctv dry r greasy or tcu er SSllNi f v Yotj dont have to wait for result either for the effctl is noticcd afCcr ltairt5rootsgrowth of Jon l beulilul hair WDDOBURrS HAIR TONIC us tlfcfavbrite IiiifSressniR of New Yorfesiifbst particular tvomen It does not discolor the htirbul1lr JIc ihrnatnral color restores ilslustreardincrea es its Vitality NoW by druists 5r direct front the Voodbury Company Vest 3tth Street uewYuik v TWO S IZES25c and tOO Ak otoiroVyp8jyrilpst about ezbcnciice bad oftLii hair They Phillips Drug Store Distributor Im Viuchestor Ky T 1o Jl CIark County SIifl la I Construction Compan y INC PORATED t Wr fe rn re thorughly oequipped triffi any in Kentucky to construct and repair all knds arid conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushednd buildiiig stone always on sale 1ip 7 i i Jfhi t Concrete side Wirlks i Itlid economically and satis action guaranteed i ftv I i Giveh us a Trialr 11L t 4f t4J aith j fl 5ir ttl 1 nv1i 1 n1 Jirl r p t l 1 IT t I LJlt ANNiY1SARY OF HEPTASOPHN- umber 8j of Humorous Sp4 i Are Made and a Royal OoctjJime is r Enjoyed By MeinljefsS v f h 281iY1cUesary Thursday iuhghittunbiuu1Litl- ht the Phoenix l otul ait6r initiating a class of ti hlttS in approved style- t A number of luinmrous speeches vree liiade null a royal good lime Vvas enjoyed by the gathering includins a number of IUptaKophs from sur rounding urnhives Among those piesent were Alicji Po Gaines Tr Irvih Gibson EiniA Ientel Frank ifiyden ft Pntleflvoodi Dr A Sc Ilehdnck Wcs ey Allcndciv W A Xlichler Dr Jljiur ice Dims Leylhfita cclcTey H n Skinner Lulie litic turk olhiiItot J illy llonry Hawmon Sam R Vilsdi Lrtuis LittTirnn Ciwagc F Toln George Potter J AY Norwood J K irikuuv f1iii cliester WaIl oo1rIheIuttth3L H C McXoill Wiicficter X D lirfnintonds Yin chestcM PL Vertnillhinv Wfuclicster F GDakiii Winchester W II Smith Wiiichcstcr FbftCED TO LEAEOME Every jOar a large niuiber of poor attlTercrs vhospi iuiig jare sore and racked with coughs are urircd to go stlIcovery cure you n t homealt cured me of luug trouble writes W R Nelson of Calamine ArkT when nIl else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the Kng of fill corgh iud lung cures Tliousands owe their lives aiuHieailli to it lis positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LrGripne Asthnsa Cioiliill Throat aunT Lumr trnifbles lOc and sLOb Trial 1ottlc free ollbat thngeists = TrWlnchestfrs DryCoed Stwe B- ie L A N SI Wrm Strictly AI Wool I Blankets I 450 to120O 00iJ r3 Outing and Part Wool I Blankets 0 i I i yII100 toOO The Curry Dry GoodS GO- Wiftchester Ky ii5Wo With Small Profits 5S 4 J iI ANNOUNCEMENr Ikjriniiiug Saturday Qclobpir 2 nv will eie at lo 310HI Itnt1 iOien Sunday morning fn m 71 in until 10 3t ak nt and chMge 5 cenl for a shave on Sunday until 1U10 Alter 1030 23 1eiit- OIINSSN JAXtAUY lU2S1t HORSE AUCTION t i will sell at Public Auction at Winchester KE I Saturday et 29 and Monday Oct 31 At1F11I 40 Head Western Montana Horses 40 At Hamiltons Stock Yards on l NRIii road on Broadway Oct 29 and 31 Tedae What 0 GHRYSAN jr THEMUMS A spray of chrysanthemums is a beautifu token ot sympathy and respect to a lost friend or relative Phone yOur order to 396 and we will do the rest IShearers CGESEORSS Greenfioiise PURLLMT 1 SSSZ r lorkWonders for Large Figures TheReciuscfcgready well figUresaticIgiessupportwhereniostneedecLRcdus and unaided tfy straps or attachments of any kind will reduce the liijisSand abdomen from one to five fcehes Price 300 itpwdfds to 1000 SSold At all Storen Etrywhire mclliL riIOSM j4th31 tereay w Y- eIcAJsIS t h j ty f h k 3 tij j tj 0 0 G i r i- j L d THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Three mf yw sark slogs asesatctasca canrT TRx- ar S TISFAC IeWe 1Tuarantee You f ABSOLUTE ATISFACThON on every transaction i Thee line or goods weca ryrBackUP ThtZ GOaranteeIBOJTEN Jely JieraMV1 diI29 S Kai t i t I 2 i y- SOCIETY II f ATrLEXINGTON OPERA HOUSE r the Fbilrlh Estate called Ow thnst pwvcffful uul spiking of nil vS vjiniinnHatic plays is the joint wor- lstii la tVienjion Joseph Ial af jQfion prominently identified with tiV- S iucnjri Tribune mill that very clever l AtyiuVi diainXlist Hiss Harriet Ford t eiiines tothl Lexington openi lio use ncrt Monday after sucuesH- linlfieii H divided Ivctwcou lojij ruu itijLNt York tad Chicago s Tnc play tells Ilia story oi a fearJ loss yfoiiiijr newspaper man Whoqle- rlrandwho upon hehij made inana n iii J editor ola jjreat daily owned bt f ontWncdmilkmltl water jonrmIj tF 5tK invader is subseiiently aske j 11 the propiietortt rtiide it column avvy j1m the truthso that the latfj tcvs social ambitions forhl 1ntlilY bury bii irratified and the department store advertisements kept in IJnmdV xstnr glo to jet truth rndtype logctli er are dramatic ill tjiej extreme ilji these days orolHcnil eorrnptioi and the avkenhijr 01 the Civil sprri incite American voter this play hit the huns eye ill its popular appeal ltirs also timely aul uptodate tIt T moral nlilenhlyrih the Anierrca r ll i111nr zUPlciiitir ind 1- 1r ffi M ImsHitet lruistl l cjorrupt pfjc l tieesMn public lilt make this pii Y J y led ha les iii which cnn he taken r j I dlCUlJClIY trueAmeriealu iifflie ilramu is realistic to ilie ks u1r anepitlunnlatii d 2 whill tae aogic is llillb The last act shows trio composhn 3r0iih oft newspaper at prcjs Fmc rgi1i the front pare ofa metropolitan f iiy is IH iutedeII night and li irthutt1 1 ijrjp rom tlWlO = t t t yandtcnee 1ts it passes out thlI Charming FortyTwo OIMrs J llrrv Allan entertained in 11JIlfutay Jt rjiooij lti were in reduu dcqri being used 1110lle room and asters in another the gen eral ellect being very rich and charni- i rg I ti lrs Jack Hntsell Mrs Rufus rT1jsYe ilrs T G Harrow and Miss i VJiee Oalmps gracefully sissisted tire J l aiining hostess iii receiving mill en 7iljoI CI t millf theguests IIJt 1 i Forty two was the diversion of lItables where immediately l i l jWIg delicious ice will cotTee grill nelwwhe were served II ro 1 i ButirieWilcoxoh V 1 Ed rar Boone of Lexington and If Miis Ponlelin Wilcoxon of Itorsc Cave were married Thursday Tile groom is a CIrklounty boy the dirt Of aluq1 N HJione why ionnerly represented this cojinty in the Legis lature and has a Jarge number of relatives in the city and county T6Djii8gten Williain Tobin aud Hiss Nora Og den birthof Fold were inarried at the home of tilt bride Wednesday October 2Ktli In Opera HSiise Block The Indies of the now BaplL t church will hal nil exehaniie in thej opera hoifee store rflom on Ssntur day October 25 r v Exchange The F Fs of the Wishingtoi strcjej Presbyterian church will have an exclrange in the store of ilrs J D Poynter ou Saturday Engagement is Announced At the Catliolii chinch in this city Fnther McCaffrey his unnounced tin halls of Mr James Peters and Mis EmVna Guilfoile both of this count The wedding will be solemnized on Tuesdny November S MUs Guilfoil is alit laughter of Mu James Gnil foiie and an attractive young woman tell the groom to be is an excellei and popular young gentleman Mr il L Joliwm is in VTaysvilli hiatieiid the fniieral 6t 1rs Mari K Joe wile of Congressman J N Kehoc IjI Tub Jctonis ijjjuu in a crit condition at his home on Xoil Nfaple street Sir and Mrs Tin Xecdham havi taken rooms with MiSs Bright oil la3QnlleMr and Vfrsf T 1lfiii have returned from Fonl l here they spent the last month with the lttcrV sis tel Miss Molly Mjiberly who llle been very 1111lltis now some boler Alex llardman yisildd frieails I- tIUug Qh1I1c the past iieek e1Ti f iuthBeali huts n hlrllltl Iron I 1tslt to Ltntlsville Sir and Mrs Tim Necdham are ii 11thainstuwnt1iiwitch Afr J Allen Griggs of Xchol is visiting her sister2Ir G M ifel llnstDainille is file rarestof her sifter NJ Lucfc Bbcknjer the State Grand irlst ilf Out Fellows lists ajiiiointed C S7ur its member of the StiMiding l Smmitteeor Grievances Mrs Ward Basils ill at liar hunt on College Street riVfijifd Mis GeriTruss lie isii nag in Shelby etlittly ili Toel 1rhintlev of liifhnVoVr tray here Sunday to attend tie bniii of his grandomther SHs Edith Slixc A ifill laughter Katie Tiplou wa 1 tyt J CLEAN FOODICOUNTEfi i l =We haVfejust installed at considerable expense tous r 2B J A swgES Mv v SANITARY DRIED FRUIT COUNTER Dost Proof and Fly Proof v t t 04i Contains 30 separate apartments each with a r f Jti d glass ohs la front i 5 i h 4 qop zn and see ui1tatest lteffQt tl giVe our i ty + custoine h only i Pure aniati Foods J l hT t MacNeill Weathers Both Plo nbs NOAO L 5lIr t lL Y r f i JPCTSfari trAFff ccP d ItiKt n atP r YI xar Clifton B Ross You do not appreciate what we have in oar READYMADE DEPARTMENT until you have examined oil stock Now is the time target busy efprfethe goods are picked overIi Coat Suits Imported ough clothes in Qhe finest qual iliesmada hand turned collars and welled seams absolutely perfect yorkmansnip- Jx In ji c Tailored Silsi b Chiffon b f 9Coetc jnialLithecolors brown i blue gray and others S Knotair Hose The kind that all dress women wear Guaranteed for six months t We give S and H Green Trading Stamps auto11 iiiOpposite Court HouseWmchestiiWft zfborn oli rlJiurs liy October 20 to Mr and Mrs Shelton IrvuicT 3rt11 J lark of Waco Miulsoii couirLy is viJitinj her dugllter MVs J K Black Mrs Mary Hood Squires ot Cliil csliurj has hen spenilins the past week with Mrs GTorije 0 Graves t The Right to Die The man who has killed himself on Monday would on Saturday have wanted to livelmt one orgy kills ones self once Mans life Is made up of past present and future so lire must be a burden to him If not forth past the present and the future at least for the present and the fu ture If it is only a burden for the present he is sacrificing tile future The evil of one gay dp not authorize htx to sacrifice the life that is aheftd of him Only the than whoSe life is unhappy and who could have the cer talntywhich is impossible that it will always be so and that condl ions and desires win never change either through modification of circum stances and situations or through habit and the lapse of time which again impossible =only this man would have the right to kill himself Napoleon Bonaparte REACHING THE TOP in any calling of life dtinancls a vigorous body and a keen brain With out health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world Tins ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels uuiifies utd en riches the blofld tones and inviiro fates the whole system anti enable you to stand the wear anti tear of your daily work After montlis of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes W M Sherman of Crisping M e three bottles of Electric Bit rct S made me feel like a new iuni fi0 at all druggists H JSeasonable I F Tirt1r Fictn lJl for1t1d atJY l liooneJ1 M 1 lO2im tf Want Any Goal T tlayI Leery day is coal day l ron l- 1iU1CO citrv we rcdeive triters for coal Perhaps this is tile day you intended to ordeiv Lbt us Till ybuj i t1ulHl1your coil pinoscs Ourvtcams go tofevjBry point in the city and suburbs Watch for our game on the wagons Let itbe a reminder that lime is the best4place to buy coal i BEDFORD 1 TUTTLE Both Phones 305 t M Leliigh cement itlfQ thing if ybu are building sidewaxlks Itoyte Boone n 10273t Whistling Legal A Berlin householder brought an ac tion against a tenant for the Disturb Iayttrperlfiittngtill j work The magisirate decided that U th9ekitchen j t ic L jtj 1Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Ghairig i Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and boo Sets wBaldwin Bros 1 Sign of Big atht54S Main St WINCHESTJRKY- tt t JJ A 4 rt1 ABIdGHT II By ELIZABETH NEED i J Copyright by American Press AssdelsiUotj r Edith AVlltoii combined two markill contradictious Slit possessed a lov able dKpbsition lyit wlieh she baby through the carclessness ota nurse She fell and exit her Ill prodVic Lug i Avoinid IhSit in henliiiVjlcft a scar giving a very disngrcMble ex pression t6 her face Edith coultts e in the faces of lliose lie met n repugnance dccasioned by her expression At first Shc tried to obviate this effect by smiling but she saw at oboe by the fnrtlier recoil 6T the one looking at her that she was only iiciglitonnig the disagreeable 1m oression Such physical blights aistiat ly have olio two effects cither the lighted person is unconscious of the lefcct or bcco lies pnliifully sensitive onCcrjiing it Edith was of the lat er class She would not go to the social gatherings of her own age More md mote she shrank within heilself then becoming conscious that in 1c ng a recluse she Would be forced into i life of sellisbiVcss she began todc ote bcrself to tire poor She rind friends girl friends who oii Tit to draw her oat socially Coil idortce between y o is close virile5 that between opposite sexes es secJally at that age is distant the tmt ihcn wire met Edith looked pon the expression oil her face and urucd array With a Shrug tier girl rleiuls hada better opportunity to earn what there was under the mIS- cading expression When one of her hums was married she insisted On alitlt being her bridesmaid Edith leimiiTed but her friend would not ex ruse her At the wedding thcl bridesmaid ooking up suddenly saw the eyes oft young man she had never seen rivtt vl upon her and without that repelled expression she was accustomed to see The man was a recent graduate of a nedical school The reason why his ace did not reflect any disagreeable expression at leer defect was because being a practitioner he was used to ontrolling his features when treating Ms patients But Kfllth lid not know this She knew only tInt it man with a kindly face vast iodking1 nt tier n ithott any refcrcncb1 to leer defect And when Dr Allan Emerson requested nUnl troduction and was presented to lien her heart fairly bounded within her Not for an instant while he chatted with her did he seem conscious of her blight And she being made to feel that it was inconsequential rose above it so far as to display the real attrac tiveness and worth that were In her Ami yet the reason pf the young doc tors desire to make her acquaintance was that very defect He had boon observing her before she had noticed him and fith a professional eye been watching the effect of her scar iup6hthe various expressions that flit tell across licr face Sortie physicians rough in mariner tliough they way be invaluairte helpers to Ihe aliiictecl would hot have scrupled to betray the real object of their Interest Emerson was of a different kind Ue not only concealed his own thoughts for pro fessional reasons but from an innate sense of delicacy Whatever be the exact analysis of his feelings the act tirodliceda mark ed impression upon IStlfth NVflton A man whose personnel whose bearing was far above the average had not Only failed to show any repugnance at her defect brit had asked to be troduced to her rind chatted with her displaying unnsual interest In her without seeming Jo be comsclbrts that tlfere was any difference between her anti oWr girls unlessto her advan tage v1Jut when he asked her if lie might not call upon her the cup of her delight was full few months afterthc meeting Dr EraersOn asked Edith 1b be his wife When she had accepted him he men itioned for the first time her defect letting her know that he believed lie could remove at least its effects Why said Edith didnt you remove it before proposing to nieT Because sweetheart lie replied these stupid men who have been passing you by would have learned of your Veal worth and the field would have been full of rivals There was more in her eyes thin in her words when hef replied You know very well none of them wore tobe feared by you Rut Edith dreaded estineasclu operation were not siiccesslul her lover might liwl himself tied through life to a blighted omnn and unhappinesf for both would result She therefore insisted on having thefopcration per formed and lftlrc trouble were removed the marriage to take placeaft erwaixl Dr Emerson demurred to this saying that Whether the op oration were or tr eke not a success he would not give jlror up Both stood firmly bn the ground that they had taken but the man since the result would be the same tp him in any erfent finally yielded The operation teas merely a matter of delicate handling its Only object be itfg jto pro ncc a certain result of facial expression Dr Emerson per formed it hiIself covering tlie wound he made with a piece ofskin from tine arm of anoUf r person When the whole bad led and tife bAnd ages were removed though rtbe scar remained the expression on the face had entirely changed Dr Emerson s facetiousinJiis re marksAuj6n low f Fi ls from the girl Jae antadlalid ptonisi wife hecpj der bMaJ i it 41F rt T tveM I Coats What could bemore comfortable these cool October says tgn a good ALLWOOL COAT IISWEATERline Both in combination and pjid colors Pices 250 and 350 rrf t 1 FLANNEL SHIRTS in all Colors r250PHILLIPS Opp Court House WINGHlESTER KY 2 j t Opie s Radthe Greatest Living American j Author and Humorist KlNTUdY WESLEYAN COLtf Friday Evening November 4th The first of a Series of three lectures arid lwo musical numbers Mr Read Will present th tgreatest of his creations t Old Lirn eJocRliii I ADMISSION SEASON TICKET Whole Cofirse SiSINGLE Mr Reads lecture SO i t f CitizensBankPaid ui Capital I100600 5 rlit W SOfrlCITtfOUR BUSINESSi will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly 11Ve carefully to till business entrusted to us Shnlon Tres A H Hampton Casnter P Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cash- ierWINCHESTER v 4 1 OPERA HOUSE SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING NOV 1ST GALLAND The Man of Thought Presenting Mind Reading Hypnotism and Spiritualism SEE the Se CarriarDrive starting in ay Nov 1 at 7 p m 1ij SEE the Hypnotized Man Tuesday Night SEE the Struggle for Life Wednesday Ni ht New Features every night and a complete change of Program nightl- yAdICnlssfon 15 and 25 cents1 Small tude ontloi Nb11m aid ttitr rIthntetlr go Ygu Gray 4ti r ciphers rSpy L i 1 for for THEaEs1 is alone good for ottir customers We have been in this business in WinChetter for years arid learned bY e in the coal trade wiica iaka lt possible for Usf9 serve yot beMes cheaPer and more satisfactory than anybody elsefJtH MJR TtNnuAFiSDPPlY cdI 1 t A Soho bda6tfttrh n oWiiitU4- i N aIf a P r enough r y many hat lice itiajf points i v r hf if E niplnlmpEttktieJl o nitrr st a nJ I tW rty xis- be d = MeSMh Wiiidmate th t hoWi + ldlif iire riot good linie5s cod 4J slped by tt orhooorW l l v14 t Yt 4x J Lf 7T w I 1 tci t rif r r 0 j cct rt r Pane Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS n p I FARMS FOR SALE FARM x124 1it aeifsTfrr mile jgroni Windieserffitwo storaj IVaind 1 l ibvcllin 2vt IOfl sy he ig Oil = tahle hu Ids 1 a1e ur fll1- C1Ij r lJcc Iioi np iill 1tI1lt1utb ild W1 t1g ywmtIIl u fun bearing PQii in odQ Dividcd into Jour lots i ajr well VtLIiIl1hUt in grajsqxcep1 8 or 10a ores Close to gMpchbo Price 0000 1iHt NO 2S acres iV miles Jjlor Winchester on good pike Has atwoslory frame dwelling of S 1rqorns 2 halls 2 porches in good eon Barn holds 4 acres of to bnCco lce house chicken houses coal house incat house corncrib hog lIOLip and other out buildings 11Vi1UI into 4 tracts ench one being ivejl il ielLnnd every fence in first IflSS Condition Thus large young orcliartl in full bearing Close to gootlJilfool ahdchhrchcs and in less thaiiii Cjuarlcr ola mile from rail on lstathH1 Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FAttMNO 3i acres fiiX nut 1ikQ1llasiomse- porclies stock barn oTacrc tobaecoUarn good cejfnWaVd uulluu1 buildings all in good cjojHlitiiii di ided ilJ5 tivut4 aH woll Vs tciqd and fenced About 20 acres in cul tivotion balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postoHice and blacksmith shop TJrice 6000IAID NO 4GO acres 7 mils k from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new banitfhcre tobacco barn all stockI sary putbuiIdings Well Avsiilered with pool wells and creeks All out side fencing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price tooo- frQil1VinItietvI 1JMll 4 bQaerves 111i tiwostoi y dwelling with 7 room 5acre co arn All nelcssary JmlFl Small tenant house Yell fll watered Price j75 per acre FARM NO tL105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pile Good dwelling of 7OJ 8 rooms All nec essary outbuildings 12acrc tobacco i UNDEI WOOD C have Recnred the agency for tins rnncJitne which is clb for durability aad jgocrd w brk Will be tJa1and tenant house Well fenced Plenty of tobacco land acreti5 acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom Dwellings one 10acre tobacco burn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grafts Price j5O per Here FARM NO SV2 acres Bth miles from Winchester on good pike Das new 0rooin dwelling barn mill out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO B50 acres 7 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with rooms tobac co barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well vat cued with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 re res in cul thn ion balance in grass price i3 000 FARM NO lOaOO tcres 12 miles 1rori Winchesier Has lwostor frame dwelling with nioms ten house Sacre tobacco mini large stock barn and allf necessary ouf buildings4 One of the best watcral farms ill tIme county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO I1127 ares mile s from Winchester Frame dwelling with rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock hud tobacco barJL ivhioh holds 4 acres of fobac co aj kinds of fruit Twice 3SOO FARM NO l215muies 1 pillIrooms 7acre tobaccTii barn and nIl outbuildings well watered and fenced 200QOI 7 unites from l five room dwelling flacre tobacco barn and nlj necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre PARSE NO 14Ci2aere= miles from Winchester on good pike hat 4room tuant house pew 10aure t JaccAJrn never failing wafer aj Tobacco laud Puce 12o per irdrc FARM NO 15rn2 aercs 7V2 iyif8 from Winchester on good pike hap tn story fnime dwelling with rooms good cellar and all outbuild inirs good stock bin 10 cretobnc co ham Well watered fencing goof Clo e to school and church 1iirt- liii lSii3Hpet acre Tracy Stokcly Office in McEldowney Bldg Both Phones i0J What Kind of Clothes H Do You Wear i Do You wear clothes that are tyour J- individuafmeasurement madeI kind that fits or are you still in the 14 handmedown class You know that there are no two men built exactly alike in form there foret clothes made for one man canf never fit another one And then we make them for you for LESS Money than you can buy any geod Ready MacleSuiNCoiie in and look at our woolens r and we are surei we will make you your Suit and Overcoat Lookers Are Welcomec IR FrankJONES BUILDING N MAIN ST WINCHESTER KY We carry a full line of Shoes Hats and Gents Fur j nishings Also a few more uncalled for tailorMadeSuits left at LESS THAN HALF COST 0tHE TYPEWRITER I kiiovji its L f j i 6 7 ant 7 4 3 I f r f pleased tp hoVi ihe latest model to prrosp etjvefpnichijscrs Vill sell eilhe fjof or montkly payments C qno BINewsom t t SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS THE MONTENEGRIN 1 Is Hospitable but Dearly Loves the lfe Vendetta listen to a Bulgar singing is to ones flesh creep or want to weep Tile centuries of cruel 6pnrc sion are only too manifest Bulgarian music and words but fl Montenegrin groTvs restless over his songs and curses the powers that forbid him to emulate his forefathers deeds en masse icross the frontier He docs so whenever he can but only in twos and threes When the Montenegrin goes raiding across the border it is really a more oquifletlIWith him it is usually a private act of revenge or vendetta to which he invites one or two friends Then they steal across the border at night find their man do their best to kill him mind then make tracks home ward with the whole district at their heels Perhaps the method of killing is not up to the standard of western sport for they shoot their victim sitting so to speak and do not give him a chance taut as it is the recognized system on both sides little can be said This custom makes men very wary and time stranger can appreciate the reason when he sees a plowman for instance attending to his duties with a rifle slung over his buick But in spite of this they are the essence of honor and hospitality As their guest no one can conic to any harm and they will do in their power to make his stay among them pleasant and safe Wide World Magazine f THE HORSE His Appeal to Treatment His Master For Humane To thee my minister I offer my pray er Feel me fluId take care of me Be kind to me Do not jerk the reins Do not whip me when going uphill Never strike besjt or kick me when I fall to understand what ou wniit of me hut give me a chance to iiiuler stsind you Watch tile and if I refuse to do your bidding see if there is not something wrong with my harness Do not give me too heavy loads Nev er hitch me where water will drip on me Keep ine well shod Examine my teeth when I fail to euti II may have nnailccRticd looth That you know is vory painful 1 am unable to tel you iir words when I am sick so watch me and Irvill try to tellyou by signs i Pet me sometimes I enjoy it and I will learn to love you Protect me in summer from the hot sun Keep a blanket on me in winter weather and never put n frosty bit In my mouth hut hold it in your hands a moment first I carry you pull you walt patiently for you long hours day or night I cannot tell you when I am thirsty give moClean cool water often in hot one1Instearltoturllillg oman brijta to lip tortured rniid starved take my life in the easiest quickest way and your God will reward you in this life null in heaven Amen From the Swedish in Our Dumb Animals Birds Eggs Ostriches lay the largest eggs of nil birds now extant according to a writ er in time Scientific American but the ostrichs egg would have appeared small beside that extinct Madagascar bird the epyornis which measured more than thirty inches in its small est circumference Time smallest birds eggs mire those of the minute species of humming birds which are smaller than the eggs lof certain kinds of tropical beetles Hut the cuckoo lays the relatively smallest eggthat is to say while the jackdaw and the cuckoo are about equal in size the formers egg Jis live or six times larger than time lat ters The fat that the cuckoo is wont to deposit its eggs in the nests of birds which are usually much small er than itself doubtless accounts for this The relatively largest egg is laid by the kiwi a strange wingless New tl1anIlength of the bird itself is only twen t seven inches Topimy and the Worm There were only two pieces of cake and three hungry boys upstairs throw- Ing their clothes on in the race to get down first Tommy won out and rush ed into the dining room breathlessly IThats a good boy Tommy The gets the worm Take a piece of cake sald his mother Tommy looked at the cake quizzical ly inspecting it from all sides Whats the mutter Tommy asked his mother What are you trying to do Say ma which piece has the worm in it he inquired soberly National Monthlj The Judge Jn Danger Prisoner at the bar said the portly pompous mind florid magistrate you are charged with stealing a pig a very serious offense in this tlistrlct- 11here has been t great deal of pig anti I shall make an example of you or none of Us will ha safe London News Cause Enough What made him angry when he was telephoning to thelawyers about hiS fathers wilt was cut trBuffao Express juH The KindIt Was VWaitcr lliiScliuck steak I ordered jlkewoO 0Xe I Oj Dat am woodchuck NM1Cle ellid Plain Dealer f 3 iMARKETS ClilCAQO Oct 27 WHEAT The iiflhllirtiiil flour situation i st gnant Btiving jf yesteir YtnWas IfingclviNMrolil taUnjr on slvort lines bxPertIIm5iness M01Jt or time tf1tC lioii Stolks jro Uft hurcAiingia1 imonit tbtt1boul Htli rll titlierex poll jcoufliies selluijf liver r ti1 rc m i JplUir in euimti wheat prices rauscd by mill ei9 buyinif the choice grade will hardly prove foundation enough for a bull market in time future now It is doumhtfLmIif prices lucre will have much further swcii until time selliuji side again will be popular twd pro fitable CORNIt loks as if time rains pre dicted luiAc failed ito appear Time weather is geucnijlly cool and clear in the Southwest Nebraska Iowa Indiana sind Illinois ate clear and cool with temperatures of 20 to 30 degrees Without a period of1r41 weatlur at this time U looks as if time bulge in coYri rfs AVell iis iiiwheat would be followed by nut early rene tion PKO VISIONS Gelt says 19000 Ifogs against 18000 estimated and 18000 iatst year The irhde has been cauiioiis in selling the JjMiuary prod uct onaVcount of October Cngcrftion OutsFdl spccnlation is light The Jstii nary ail Mav prodmtare selling on the bnsiirlJtto S14eflts foi hogs TIme cash trade is dull ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Oct 27Cattle Re ceipts 8000 weak beeves 4f0rt 780 Texas jsteers v535rtoG5 western steers4iUii stockers and feeders 4206550 cows null heifers 22dG2o calves 72510 Hogs Receipts 18000 strong at 780 010 Sheep Receipts 5 000 stcitidy natiive 275440 western iIti435 yenrlirgs 45Oi 300 lambs native j4i5710ve- stermi ii5tji- i SALES POSTPONED EXLYGTON Ky Out 2SLIH auction smiles of time lOOt jioolcd to haN o were not resumed here Thursday by time liurley Tolwcco So ciety according to iviuouiutcmemt made on Wednesday afternoon by SccreUiry J ty Clark It was announced that the sales would be recommenced here rafter the soles in Louisville and Cincinnati were gotten under WilY but Secre tary Clark stated thatthu Society had soMiiany odds and puds to clean up here that tIme syjcs would not now be resnmoA horg 5 uitlWfct t week the dale n whieli iill leamuimoummceti- In tP FROST COLDER TO BE FREEZING Frost colder and down to time freezing nointj For want of anything holier to do Hie Weather I1rUgimostica time dii cided to give Winchester little Va riety in the woafiier rogKim and there will bmk drop of 20 degrees in Ihe tempOrnifUre by Friday tiight The thennometers Tluirsdny show tbtthe cold spell had already started it beiiig fourtecn degrees Bolder Thursday tmti0 oclock thati k1Aolmgtempeif ure point by Friday night Time iiredictions for Thursday night wjis Fair frost and much colder Just how long the cold spoil will last js not kmmow- nBABYAND MATCHES lices years of William McGuire reached from her cradle to 1 shelf find got a box of matches during the brief absence of lieu mother The matches were ignited and the bby vvs burned to death Ladies dont fail to attena the demonstration of Burnetts extracts and fruit coloring this week at Par rish and Bradjeys IO24tf Church Burled lSand fof Centuries After havlngbeen buried for several hundred years lnfmmense sand drifts St EdenoQks church In Cornwall England Ik now being used once more as a place of worship The edifice was built about 1200 AD It 188ft uated near the shore In a section of the country whicli is almost devoid of vegetation great sand rifts covering many squae miles High winds blowing in fronv the sea piled the sand up over the church completely burying It No attempt was made to dig It for several hundred years A few lout ago hOweverwork was begun the ancipntichurch was repaired and services held in It There is ThotlmingJike getijng your building materials from a relu- ab1fititYdrtWbest materials at the most reasonable prices and you alwirivs kuovf whit you get Koysc m 10273IBo THE AUDITORIUM ted The only continuous Show House in the Cjty One performance night ly at 8 clock except Saturday when there afojtwo Shows change Monday Wednesday and Friday Nights Two reels of moving pictures changed every night FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS October 28 ard 29 LEW WOODV- ENTRILOQUIST CURRIE EARL PIANOLOGUE AND COMEDY ENTERTAINER Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seat- sBtOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS BANISH URkH BREATHE HYOMEI FOR TWO MIN UTES AND STUFFEDUP HEAD WILL VANISH if you want to get relief from ca tarrh cold in head or from an irritating cough in the tsHortest time breathe HYCttlEI nroiiounce it high ome It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breathe freely awake or asleep HYOMEI will cure a cold in one day it will relieve you of disgusting snuHIcs hawking spitting and offen sive breath in a week HYOJIEI is made chiefly from eucalyptus a soothing healing germ killing antiseptic that comes from the cucalypfus forests of Inland Aus tralia where catarrh astnma and consimiptioirwere never known to exist 111 inOMEIliilrtSirtiit hndtfasy to lmtthcI Jnstijiohia ffcAvdrop1 iho the hardrubber pocket inhaler breathe itlahdcuVeCisi iilhibst certain- A complete Ilyomei outfit includ jug inhalerami Hle bottle of IIYOMFI costs only 100 at Phillips and drug gists everywhere If yon already own an inhaler remember that you can get aai extra bottle of 11YOMEI for 50 cents For free sample write Booths Hyomci Co Buffalo N Y JOINT MEETING A joint kneeling of the DLmUerillie Cltllify J1 lnt tie aridfthlv Deniocrat ic County and City Campaign Comj mittec will be held sit time grand jury room at the Courthouse Saturday afternoon at two oclock Every mem bee of both committees is urged to be present J M STEVENSON Chairman of County Committee JAS T STOKELY Chairman of Campaign Com I Parrih and Bradley cordially in vites you to attend the demonstration of Burnetts extracts and fruit color ing all this week Bring your friends IO24tf COUNTY COURT DAYS is a list of the days county IBelow held each month in coun near Clark county- AndersonLawrenceburg 3rd Mon day Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Dswville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday nylMonday Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madson Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomcrj Mt Sterling 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Chrenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmoulh 1st Monday PowellASlanton 1st Monday Scotf Georgetown 3rd Moiday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4tb Mondnv KILLS A MURDERER A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulate stom ach liver and bowels preeventing that clogging that invites appendi citis curing Constipation Headache Biliousness Chills 25e at nll druggists V Coil for time winter fs cheaper pow then it ut4hi lc two irioritlis later Royse Boone 10273t Classified Advertisements c a word for a single msertlce 11111sertions sertion lOc a word per month perINothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 centsIWANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are havinjr calls every day for farms of all sizes mid prices if you have one you want to nseeor tel ephone us at once Office in McEl downey Bnildintr both phones Irg4JK For Insurances Your Tobacco Office in McEldowney BuIHdlne Horns Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In STRQTHERS OLD RELIABLEI Fire and andRealEstate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldsr Phone WANTEDIOO boys to buy either a 3 230 2 hntfor 1 on Fri day or Saturday at McConl Phillips 1027lr FO R SALE Some highbred fancy yetting Shetland ponies mares and horses Prices araiglit1smf1l Ogden 1O2Gtft FOR SALEs wgik horses in good condition Winchestei Railway TLlglitrjTdYce Company corner Maple tvnd Walnut streets 102G3b FOR RENT Three downstairs rooms suitable for housekeeping Apply Mrs Sue Viion 230 W Broadway 102G3t WANTEDA situation as nurse foi an infant ortdcttre for smallhchil dren as companion or nurse or- an old lady or an invalid Honir phone 7321041mO WANTED Position as stenographer Several years experience Apply Mr Robbins News office 108lrao FOR RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton al Ectons grocery 1010tf FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Is land Red cockerels Call Home phone 813A 1010tf WANTED 100 sheep To graze Cal on or phone S A Prewift phone SS2RI 1O10tf- WANTEDB3ajders 235 Shrill Main street Gas and haW 1013tf FOR SALE 100 hogs in lots to suit purchasers to be delivered fron 2Qth to 25th of November Can be slaughtered on premises B A Osrderi 1017tf STRAYEDFrom the farm OCCUr pied by Allen Osborne Ruekerille pke one brown yearling colt Any information as to its whereabouts will be suitably rewarded Win chester Roller Mills i0iStf- WANTEDFive or six carpenters Apply W P EJbkley 101913tI ApIpryWinn avenue 1022fit FOUNDA pair of glasses with gold frames Apply ioeliidgbju cvf s office 1027W FOR RENT Tw jropins over Me Cord Phillips shoe rtfore YQ27tf iIfIIIil WANTED A good Yrlesman by the first of November Sixty dollars a month andHpeiffets J B Stroth er 173 Winn avenue Winchester Ky 10213L WANTED 100 boys to buy either a 3 250 2 lurt Jqr 1 on Fri day or Saturday aft McCord Phillips 1027lr Most Complete Prayer A single ir thought toward heaven is the most complete prayer Lessing D B f iiatdes ftthltf IiSA VlcePrerident Axt Cashier Clark County National Bank i Esbtbllshrf 1865 Accounts of Merchants fannsrs Land Traders Solicited Collection Made onAlI Points C pital and Surplus- 35OOOOOO V W Bush Company FIRE AND TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER yjOFFICE McELDOWNEY Phone 145 ii DONT BUY A RUNABOUTUntil the New Model 14 Buick at 60000 Call at the Winchester Garage and gefiufi 4 particularsr 1 PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Attorneys it Uw 5tk Floor McEldowney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law ffice 5th Floor McEidowney Buildi IP Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky f J M STEVENSON Attorney iO S Main St Wlnchestejy WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller rbestWhite Pearl flour has no eaual NOTICE TO CITY h 1JAX MS t u i TriG itynxeiiliave been past due since July 1 TimQsqrwipg taxes wilt please call and settle at once anti avoid the penalty which takes effect November 1 I will be in my oflie in the Clark County National Bank building each evening until 9 p m beginning October 3 1910 JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collector 930tf 0 DRINK iIa Than Wet IMore Ittjfc1Mt have but a few more days bp iforeftl iiJty ia4clesdMpme nail laOlnlh rush under the present w I am compelledto collect till of time taxes by December 1st S Yours respectfully r if frY 0 BROtICliff ir5t10 t NEW BAKERY We will start anew bakery at N 9 East Broadway and wilt furnish the freshest and best bread eakeX pies and everything to be found1 in a firstclass bakery We have luffl large experience Will guarantee Satisfaction and solicit the patronagf 7Iof the public Will deliver goods ips v iiceThe E R Bakery Company lO18tlJ