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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y L Yijj R i7 L i+ i i i f Last Edition j r NO 12 KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK a L SCORES NEj TARIFF EF Ap- peals3 to Voters to Send Byrd to 7 Congress The meeting Friday afternoon at J i = the Courthouse was an enthusiastic one The big Congressman from the First District held the attention of tlire audience till the end The News r report closed before the end of the speech Congressman James further said in part I win in favor of the election of V Senators by the popular vote of the people and then we can weed out a lot of the men who are robbing the people You know that Roosevelt recently went into a aeroplane and I believe I the reason lIe did was tosee just how iMiigh the Republicans had raised the tariff The tariff on calico was 35 cents now it is 55 cents and other cotton goods have been raised al most as much and some more John Langley voted for these schedules I voted against them for the interest of the people I eon go back to my people and ask them to send me back to Congress but I cannot see how Mr Langley can Gus Willson promised the peo ple that he would not pardon the murderers of Gov Goebel but what did he do pardoned Caleb Powers It is one of the most scandalous things that will ever go down in his f tariff has almost ruined the United States Dp you know wh Ih1i1because they have driven more people to live in log cabins than any tiling else Did you know when you come to trusts and monopolies that the tariff is the mother of then When a man in the mountains distills a little liquor the strong arm of the government reaches out arid gets him or if some one steals a postal card But it lies let time large trusts who are robbing the people o unpun ished It iiis also prosecuted the farmers who have been fighting the tobacco fiust5Itt lids ed the riiimi ai7RCsays la nor unions are in tion of the antitrust law Thinkof a government spending one billion and ninety million dollars t i4 in one year to run the government More than you can sell the entire crop of wheat raised in the United States for This must be stopped I want to appeal to you people to elect an honest upright citizen of the United States in every sense I want you to go to the polls and votcI for A Floyd Byrd I am for an income tax Democracy went through the wilderness fighting for it It is now coming to the light Equal rights to all people special privileges rf to none j a COMMON TOBACCO v Is Offered on the Breaks at Lexing ton and Prices Friday Range Very Low LEXINGTON Ky Oct a very common lot of 28WithI Friday prices ing with the grades offered the bulk of it going at 7 to 10 cents Some went as high as 17 cents but pric es better than 10 or 11 cents were few Only about 30000 pounds were sold and time American Tobacco Com pany took the bulk of that though the independent buyers went a little htl10licr th an they did on Wednesday and Thursday There has been considerable ob lection by the buyers to the wet to bacoc that many of the farmers have been bringing onto the early market and public announcement was made of this Friday morning at the close of the sale at the Farmers ware house when after the buyers had objected to some tobacco that had ap parently been allowed to stand under a leak in the barn or else had Been sprinkled in ordert o bring it into cmsoW A Lea of the Far mers warehouse made a short talk advising the farmers against such practice and showing them wherein they hurt themselves by doing it an explained that he buyers were pro J dti C6iIG s L h t1j c t 4v r eri tfv 1s THE WIN HESTER NEWS II 1VOLUMES WINCHESTER II PA ACT toryThis zilsbrosecut LOT Of I11IRlket comparatively testing strongly Urust such tobacco as most of them could not use it The lowest price of the season so far was paid Friday morning when sonIc veiy inferior trash that was good for little more than fertilizer was sold for two cents a pound Sales were held at the Lexington Shelburne Farmers and Growers houses but al Ithe sales were small At the Lexington house 10220 rangingfromburne about 6000 pounds were sold at 5to 165 cents ct the Far mers house 5000 pounds were sold nt prices ranging from 4to 1575 and at the Growers house 9500 pounds were sold the prices on all exeept three baskets of an exceptionally bad crop ranging from 6 to IGccnts The three baskets of very low grade trash were sold at 2 29and 28 centsThere will be no sales on the loose leaf market here Saturday it being customary to have no auctions on that day The next sale will be held Monday GIVES REASONS FORREFUSAL Clark County Construction Company Files Statement With County Judge Evans The Clark County Construction Company riled Friday afternoon withI Judge Evans its statement of the reasons for abandoning work on the county roads and why it considered that tfee county hind violated the contract Mr D S Gay the president in speaking of their statement said It is up to the people now They want good roads they are time one primarily interested If they allow the same old gang to run things at formerly the roads will be In the same old condition Judge Evans wnd his friends have had a machine here for years They have paid political debts with the goads they have used the roads influence cleetions They do riot Xfolnftheinoney spent to the best adi aatageasitwouldbe done by build ing pikesfClth modern machinery They want the old hand system breaking rock and spreading it They cannot forgive the Construc hon Company for convicting them of doing business in violation of law They resented at the time and they stillresent the idea that we had the nerve to appeal to the courts to have roadwork donein time legal way Tire County Judge card Road Sup ervisor have usurped time province oi time Fiscal Court They prepared specifications which no other Fiscal Court ever presented and made then as indefinite as possible in order that the Construction Company would at their mercy if they got any of the contractsBut believe the people are with us in our fight We have equipped modern pluntT are better pre pared than any other company in Kentucky to build good roads and we believe the business men and the farmers of this city and county will insist that the roads be managed in a business like way and that they be no longer the tail ofa political kite The following is the statement ol the company Winchester Ky Oct 28th 1910 To the Clark County Fiscal Court Gentlemen In response to the in vitation to attend your meeting Fri day time 28th inst presumably to have us state more fully the reasons for our notification to the county that it has broken its contract with us and that we would avat t4Q any more workupon the pikes we are of opinion that a verbal wrangle would be useless and that a deliberate statement in writing of our position would be more satisfactory to all parties We can say in a aiutsliell that the controlling facts which ha Ve been the source of till time trouble are in our opinion time disappointment of the County Judge and Road Supenisor- that we succeeded by a law suit in forcing the public letting of the roads their further disappointment that we were given any contracts and their consequent determination toIeither force us to abandon the tract or to lose money on it so that neither we nor any other Construe tion Company mould ever dare bid another year and thus the construe tion and repair of the roads would PoliticadState has allemptedto fescue them tothecal Court but dp insist lluij1 thisJ court has left this matter entirely in the hands of the County Judge and the Road Supervisor anddjs not if parselfin this matter and has not assumed the control of the whole business of building and keeping in repair all tht county Toads through a road com mittee as is done in other counties repaibydelegate all these duties to you SupervisorIttime to ask you to consider all the obstacles we have bad to meet or ah the acts of injustice to which we have had to submit in our easiest endeavor to faithfully carry out OUI contract and give to this county the better roads to which it is entitled i nthis day of material advancement in all other avenues of comfort and convenience in living When this contract was awarded us we added am expensive hauling outfit ofa traction engine and cars and have made in all an investment ofSixty thousand dollars 60 00000 in our plant with the expec lalion of getting our share of the business of making modern upto date roads provided of course we could do it at less cost than if done in other methods or by other persons The following are some of the matters of which we complain 1 Before the contracts were let we asked that some approximate in it formation be given us as to the places where the Supervisor would require the stone put but he in the presence of the County Judge declined to set it out by sections in the advertisement as is customary else where or to give us any verbal in fOlmatilloil the subject As hauling is one of the large it ems of expense in furnishing stone its will be seen thwt this course was unjust to the bidders and detrimental to the interest of the county in sel curing bids as they lead to be oath in the dark 2 As soon as the contract was let and after tihe time for advertis ing had passed so that another bidder could not be had the Supervisor announced that we would not be permitted to fill our contract by furnish ing stone from our quarry He knew that we were expecting to use this quarry and yet he never objected while out bid was being considered UJcconus up until tune court could be called together to consider the question We appealed to the Fiscal Court and this court showed its fairness and just ness in setting aside the objections of these officials and in directipg that our stone be accepted under our contract 3 We proceeded then promptly with the work and just previous to finishing the woik on the McClure pike we were informed by the Coun tys Weigher that he had been instructed by the Supervisor not to weigh the smaller portions of stone that serve to fill crevices and make the top dressing We were astound ed to learn then for the first time that the Count Judge and Stipends or construed the contract to mear that this portion of the stone waste be furnished free though it way clean hard limestone that passel through a two and a duilfinch rLugI which was the only specification of the contract It sells everywhere or the market for the same or a larger mice than the other stone it costs the same to crush and haul it and it constitutes nearly onefourth of the stone which we were required to fur nish We insisted and still insist that the language of the contract admits of no suoh construction but assuming that it is ambiguous a ma iorit of the members of this court Squires Dooley Dykes Swope and True stated frankly that it was their understanding that the screen ings were to be paid for and they were really the one YiiliQHmade thei contract for the county as they were the four who voted t6 accept our bid The three members of our company stated the scone understand = lug so that regardless of the techni cal interpretation of the contract it self which was signed by our pres ident without submitting it to his counsel and while hurrying to a train it wfcis manifest that if their con struction was proper it was a clear mistake which business men would promptly correct The court however was mistaken ly advised that they had no power to correct though a majority thought it should be corrected and he were after another onsl ncewQ1 lay forcedto bring suit to the contract and it held to be am biguous to correct it by making it clear that we were to be paid for the WaSjfiledunderstood and ihtended the contract- tb mean that we should be pjiid for tiie screenings The suit lias not been Decided and they are still holding our money 4 We resumed work without waiting for the decision of the court Jut were again met with what we considered an unjust and arbitrary vction under the contract namely we were required on the Lexingfon pike the first of the main pikes to haul seventy per cent of the material tthefew rock scattered over the rest of the puke So on the Iron Works pike we were not allowed to furnishany stone closer than two and a half Itoffrom us entirelyc tookanyI 5 When we purchased the hault ing outfit which was another mani fest disappointment to your officials who knew that at the price we were doing tnoj work tick could not haul by wagoijsJ Ujitbout losing money other obstacles arose the County Judge and Supervisor did their best to get prominent men to protest to this court that the use of this hauling machinery was injurious to the roads but this was abandoned when nearly all who were approached stated that was a benefit instead It cannot be claimed that there was any impropriety in our using this heavy machinery for time contract required UP to roll the pikes and the weight of the roller is greater per square foot of surface than any of the other machinery 6 The county then delayed us timer and main in fixing bridges that we could haul over themi The numerous delays which have been caused by your officials han been and are extremely costly to us as we were compelled to pay our men and hold them in readiness to do the workof the county which wte had un dertaken The many Nvaysin which we have been mistreated animpeded seem small when viewed singly but when taken Collectively are extreme ly important to us and vital to our contracts t r 7 Upon the Waeles Mill pike Jl became very material to rus lo know approximately where the stone a3 to be plticedas we expected to useiportable crusher and haul the rock 7 wits teams We accordingly in writing t asked the Supervisor and the County Judge to indicate approximately what quantites would be nped edon tine various portions of that pike which for convenience we di vided into four specified sections This both of them refused to Mr Haggard says in the public doI that he went over thc road and told 7 Mr Hodgkin where this rock was to be placed and that he agreed to come again when our crusher was set but that is just what we feared that he wtould then require it hauled to the furthest point from the crusher If he wanted to give us this in formation why Should lie object to hiving us the approximate require uents in Writing and before we l aatI dour crusher for his verbal suggestions were too indefinite to be of service and besides they were subject to change at any time His unex olained failure to give us this infor nation showed conclusively that his Duly purpose in withholding this information was to require us to haul the bulk of the material the greatest possible distance as he had done on all other roads repaired by us Under a fair aid reasonable interpretation of our contract we were entitled to this information and could not in justice to ourselves go on with out it hence after heretofore en during everything in order to carryout the contract we gave notice that for this and other breaches by the county we would go no further with a It is chimed by the officials that tlC are only quitting because we cannot comply with the contr De cember 1st the date fixed oar con tract callsYfbr about teu jthcmsind dollars 10000 worbhofttuateiialx We hfive sand 6000of this including the extras and but for tlidobstacles and obstructions which we have met alt the hands of your officials we easily have finished rill the work couldI lathe time fixed The roads of the t ire finan cially speaking as important to the city as to the cdimlj in promoting exchange iof rib usines between IItihC two frorathVstatidip iiifof per comfort limes are of course more important to the farmers It is Henceforth up to the peopl ROYALRAIR tAR l I RfArN BomLIto Kill Emperor William and the Empress BRUSSELS Oct 29 Extraor dinary precautions were taken Thurs day night to protect Emperor William nd Empress Auguste Victoria when left this city for Berlin because ofu letter threatening His Majesty which was received at he royal pal ace The letter was MiliBrussels anarchist and read Since no one has had the cour to blow up the German autocrat have decided to throw the bomb Efforts of time authorities to arrest writer were fruitless All windows of the house overlooking the streets through which the royal party passed from the palace to the railway station were closed temporarily and the orderedI itself was packed with railway line for n considerable distance out of the city was guarded BIG SUIT FOR- MANYMILLIOMS to Court of Appeals of Illinois Takes Rap at Back Taxes From Illinois i Central Railroad- SPRINGFIELD llIt of Ill Oct 29The Illinois Central Railroad Company sued by the State for back taxes ten tjlarshearing of time case by a decision ol time Supreme Court Friday Time effect of the decision is tt send time case back to the Circuit Courtof La Salle county for a hearing in en its merits It is the contention of Governor Deucen that for 33 years the railroad hits been milking tie State through itssystem of W ICitper cent to the Stale in lieu of olhei suit was filed by the Atlonrey General erly in 1907 following a message of Governor Dcneen to the Legislature in which it was asserted the railroad had so manipulated its account as to credit tire millions of its earnings to lines not chartered in Illinois and hence not subject lo time per cent tax appropriation made by the legislature to defray the expenses of the accounting nmouut11Jwhich When the State filed its bill in the La Salle county Circuit Court three years ago the railroad entered a de murrer an dalso demurred to append bill filed later by the The Circuit Court StatcImurrers issuing a the complaint from this decree The state appealed and Fridays decision indicates that a Supreme Court finds time complaint sufficiently tenable on its face to warrant a trial on its meritsFIRST ANNUAL r CORNEXHIBIT- Mr George D Karsner of Fayette Cqurity is Appointed Judge By Executive Committee MiL George D Karstierwho for merly resided m this cpunty but now of Fayette has tofu appointed corn judge by the excciitivecommittee of fche Kentucky Corn Growers Associ j ation The first annul cone show will be held in Lexington from Jan nary 3 to 6th to say whether they will have their roads for which such a large part of their taxes are devoted cared for according to thb old and illegal rneUi od or according to the new Vhieh fthlStatQ J PRINCIPALITY IS AT STAKE Title to More Than 2000000 Acres of Kentucky Lands At Stake in Supreme Court- AVASIIINGTON Oct gA em ire larger than the entire State of Delaware or thc Island of Porto Rico lying in Kentucky is the prize at nistakeof the United States The presentation of the contro 011111argllmnts story in the western advance of American civilization Owing to time carelessness with tile which Virginia is said to have issued grants just after the Revolutionary war to unserved and little known lands in what is now Eastern KenI tacky time greatest confusion has re ger suited at to the true owners of the lund in twenty eastern counties of that Commonwealth To add to this confusion it is said w that Kentucky did little better than Ijcr mother State of Virginia in the of lclinmltby the State are now challenged In all about two million five hun tIred thousand acres of land are said lie under tern doubtful title of these blanket grants Of this amount the Eastern Kentucky coal laud corporation of wjiich C B Hill house is riccredited with being chief stockowner claims title to thei million acres On the other three thousand citizens of time Stat Kentucky have entered these lands NO Claimants under blanket grant al them squatters Attorney Geii oral Breathilt of Kentucky has appeared w in the Supreme Court to as eo in defense of their claim to the that they are people who built up the Slate mid creeled Com monwealth with its courthouse and school houses its municipalities aiu internal improvements They have for years the Attorney General said his brief filed wdth the Court pair taxes on time land while a search of the records where such informatipn thewouldsum olaLof all taxespaidby tern clairaanls under time Virginia Aru l litigation sincc thc organization of Kentucky 1792 to the present time does not exceed 75 Recent legislation in Kentucky resulted in decisions by the State courts whch practically took away any title which the clriimants under the blanket grants might have had These claimants now come to the Supreme Court in a final appeal de nouncing the legislation as a spot lation and lawless consficationij rcvolutionaiy and constitutional and orderly govern 1 On the background of legal con est are minus stories of conflict am suffering resulting from time confusioi of ownership OR1MILLER ISIt Li TO REST Funeral Services Conducted at th Grave By Dr J L Weber of Jackson 2 Tenn WrfIlaidetery Saturday morning The remains were taken from the BrownProctoria hotel at 10 oclock to the cemelery followed by a large number of hie friends Time services were confluct ed at time grave by Dr J L Weber of Jackson Tenn and the Elk Lodgeof which he was a member Following were the pallbearers RobmIHonoraiy Dr GeoO Graves F Johnson B F Curtis Marra Bean A Hood Hampton J W Clam hers dune Elder J W Harding ISELLS HIS FARM TiUshns sold his farm near Thompson Station to Shields Campton for 34000 possession given March 1 TOO lATE TO CLASSIFY W modern ions t lFORRENTN 354 Boone avenue 7 l Jo M1r ti WEATHER Fair Tonight and Sunday With Slow ly Rising Temperature MPREACH FOR NEW BAPTISTS Services Will Be Conducted at the Courthouse on Sunday Morninf and NightVIRev Mr Hobbs of Mt Sterling wilt preach for time new Baptist Sundaymorningght at 7 oclock Sunday school senices will be held at 930 oclock- at the courthouse LOUISVILLE PRICEsT HIGHER LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 29IWhh close of sales of the week on the local auction breaks Friday after noon figures Vere given out by time Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange showing tlmt Louisville is in no dun of losing its distinction as the largest tobacoc market in the world Old Burleycorms smokers strippers cutters and natural leaf fillers ere fully onehalf cent higher Tho highest price realized on the offerings the pool was 1925 this price beg brought by a hogshead of good tobacco CompnnIbought heavily of the offerings e pecially of the better guiles Offer tugs of new burley continued of poor quality and in poor condition however there were a few hogsheads of colory grades wjiich met witli a good demand and desirable leaf sold fairly well but low grades were lower SALE HELD AT CINCINNATI CINCINNATI 0 Odr29Thro ere no sales of pool burley tOjbac Friday but more ofhG crop will be offered on VfhV focJil breaks Saturday Little of the 1910 crop etasbc1n scat to the local marletI COLLECTION FOR ORPHAPS SCHOOL Frjdayj November is Set Apart For Subscriptionsiin County Schools On Friday Novenib r 7th tie schools in the county will make a subscription of the orphan seuoolat Louisville This day has been set apart for this purpose rind the sup erintendent will request that some form of enterlainment be arranged trusts that a nice collection can taken 4MHERS OF 2ND DISTRICT Interesting Session at Wades IMill Schoolhouse Mrs Fannie Tanner is in Charge The meeting of the Teachers As Noeat time Witches Mill c day wrs one of the best that has been held this season Mrs Fannie Tan timeemeeting Dr A P ed the fvdco bertddres5 which was responded toby County Superinteinl cut J E Lamar Foll6wing wars the program Welcome AddressDr X111 G cad win ResponseJ E Lanter llmaryrResponsibility of the Teacher Jiliss Della Roland t Sanitary Cbnditiohs =Miss 3Liud 0 u CltlJ lluralsSupplementary WorkMiss Fdn- me Clark Importance of i Mdnfal Arithme ticllls Fannie Tanner Relative Importance of Ldnjfuage and Technical GramiajU =Mass San ah ClarkrrSpelling Matcir Miss Armiiia Sca ell Devotional Exercise lies fun nah Hodgkin I As a writer 61 leUiw t e wiau fro eta Dirt the weatltirr rte 5iAtL olPtiurea t f nnWy I t l t f 1r l s l- I a r Ltf 1 i i A F f LIsI f r PO i 1 fc M LJJVfl j i VlIPtrII HEWS Hl Wf ft lHr jl HEstER NEWS J r An IpdependentNewspaperd The Winchester News Co IncbrporafedJ lftet JOf III ofltftsiln Street tWn Kentucky t D IYI ExcePt Sunday r Entered as Becond class matter r N v nib t 819Q811 t the post omc- et in Winchester Kentucky under the Adt f Mirch3 1879 1I 1I tt I r f aII I ir= IPTIONftATESi By Ma- lDeilyigneI ear 830Si-x Months 150 I ntiP J 25 1ayablein advance Iii vJABVERTJSlNG RATES r Display Per Inch Otto e tali edition 2t Q Three tUcsiWithin one week 5 0 COnebweek continuously 100 Ojoevbaleiidarjnai continuously 300- Four eekst4 times a week 240 18UwFei wee SLivo times a week 120 04Ffi v e ksi one time a week 7 Reading NoticesPer Line Z Business notices body type T Pure ret djug nAWS heading 15d 5 Ihree continuous insertions Sjf same tem nfc double the onetime rate t API ssifledPer Word P One rinserviiany edition le- n Three insertions Continuously 2o t Each three ndaitionalnsertionshGo One calendar mo continuously 10c otbin QuIt eaaess than 10 qrd51 No item charged on books less than 25 cents ltil i T IS P E PRESENTED R6R FOREIGN f l rfSlffiGBYTHE- p 1 romj1I GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRAKCHESTTN1 ALfTriE PRINCIPAL CltiEL r v SATURDAY OCTOBER 29f 1910 TITLES FOR NOVELS LThe fact illit the title selected fut one o WHf inl 5I 1li ill vtIS lLei 1i uof l 1lWII has t cn1t1ttttt tllll tiulsidrtlil1ttr tiojsjicli Js perhaps exactly what the aiitfiior or tier publishers intend eft o lj yThe eoinbination o wrfrilfjctitSnly arouses curiosity T tlscrtlule Uidiiws according to the I IdtN 6f imitation in boo titles futon J ijfr H1IJl yjiose ibusines1 Hes aril olIfllnWItJ the KoofVvpuld be the most obvious Weliswe just pas cil through a petTKl of titles irnovel beginning with 1by rr Charles I lajors 1CiicuIulirhthiJillr1as i- t1loitortt through tlie till more jeWtT n a W1Qr styles ut title intro t dticed if we remember aiightin fir Jaek TiiJiiiirins Call of tile Vild A decatje oi so jjo M Vs Delands ififliS VvftV 1rciclir jisome haf of a novelty irtHlie way of titles brought down ail Jivalanehe of siirii rJr nlreUtzonsnnoug lhcui lietzc- Ott S tuJ utalLt1 rtitCjjftfhgO of the ilovelistls inven tiveiieSb tl thiiiiiaitcsivoJ goad title is airiifjitiigly nair11 and is llttlfl TeduciblexUo Jiveij lew overworked ii ks ttiinehlI1 J iiifuII exel lIinu a Jilf Si1hilet Jet er1 and trranty 1 Pair jiudy fcrye jo jirove First nlc ioremof ltMigtVof service and lit erarvumpojtance owinir to the mas terprticesvbMvnch it is Utaeued is tlx descripiive title of Avhich Tho ijmle otIttd The Jetirtgi 5Iidlpthian are perfect ex uU11ft i h1i ldrnu if title haa beef flhtliriitiiiiue to be tit nile time br7in omSAlicler1i troll reHnnce of ul jiipiip H Jc 113ir1711tti pi th iMiiue i 1lie Adveutuies of1 huip k lCl nthuIt IV Qities vmitttu of tlIse i y nrI Uarriagevyof Ilium Asj6 aucTljJtlfnVsioiTHotSVeggv vhieli ll u 11etlsltilrt to TIlt 3Iiaile it uieamji otyl vancxv r fcTfiby rtf71illl trustworthy titles tJ ile 11tj11td jl ejHiyu f rf4Irate ailtlftSIeIII t 1 7l t stiiatlebts of ill jMial jii Hie nifriiiiijijf Ihfsiir books I 3er ilitl 11i11iklt t uwcut when ne WINCHESTER LUMBER t MANUFACTURING found The Tragic Comedians vilI kie Collins succeeded in the ease otl yJhe AVomau ill Vhite and Chrtrjes Rejule hada rare knack of choosing lilies that Iwakened interest llen t Q James too dtna often l ee1ell singularly Mell in inventing titles Suit Iris subject and his IIeatlmentof it to perfection 1noclisIJe hasYutie reportedly to Shakes t peai6 in naming his books cud of netIFortune1 A GoiaiterfClt Present 1nt Ifniellscifs also a line gift of uiugiuality in choosing titles as witness the ap I11Imore jceent LOimlauFilms of the essence of the hook it nnmys proves tiit the gift has not forsaken him Itw York Tribune Av MTV ABBOTT CHURCH t 1 t JEh r JIL Hair WiJ1fteltflt the llt MWt Mtithodistr jSundhV hnUiinig nd HevNewlieiTy RAltROAD lIMTunLEs EXIKGTOH EASTERN RY CO rIme Card In Effect tune 21 1908 Zai No 21 No 4 BoundI Daily JDaitj trltionaI PM dt t Ltjungton 225 7do Winchester 305 Sflfc It E Junction 320 82tllay City 250 IIC 3 n8 910 Junction 430 938 IiNaturnl Bridgo 143519431 447 9 50 June 5 10 1017 t151IWcstbonnd DatlqDail AUlOlr1P371U45 Laxf Koil No3 Nof Sunl iGnb v Jackson 1610 2 20 700 0 K Jnncrry 615225 705 Atbol 040252 730 I5eatrjvillc June 707 t 320 75i Torrent 730 341 81INatural Bridge 45 355 Campn Juno 7481357 I88JStaaton 426 Si54 18151 Clay City 435 902 L E June 900 071 934 Winehester9r1 520 94b irLexington iDtda J fi 05 JlO 2A IHE FOLLOWIWG NECTIOtiSli ARE MADE DAILY CrT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos 11 1nd 3 will make connections with the for Mt Sterling 1Beattyville Junction Trains Nos Jand 4 vill male connections with tYforBenHY11IillCtKY Mountain Central Ry r passengers 6 and from Campton Ky o K JunctinTfrili Nosi 3 nd 4 will connect with the O K Hail way frig Cannel City Ky and stations IW A MDOWELLj MbnJ J IIlOUISVILLENASHVILLE SolLtllbollndrINo 37 GmcinuaUKnoxyillfc itjta Arrives 1016 a mr departs 1019 a 14 oNor 33 Cincinnati jackbonville united 1039 am II Ko9 Maysvijle Stanford local Parifs arrives at625 departs at 635 pm- No 131CincinnatiAtlanta limited 11 NorthboundJP i r 34Atlna noinlsatilimite 41 3111 1151 Stanf r AfaySTille local iPIlrnfJlt Cincinnati diie at 7lo Jeyes at T 22 a ID4 s FINISH OFF YOUR PIAZZA j without columns rails balusters etc They will make it more attractive arid more solid as well Come here Iii fait J for allof the better class of null work We hrnshattHlenty of ev II ery variety on liandaud ofa qua1 fciiygreater advantuirc CO IINCORPORATED Sunday evening m No 38 KnoxvilleCincinnari loj ial arrives 2 48 departs 253 p m rtu 33 Tsifks9nvill9finflb imited 558 pm fIAll are daily except anc 10 which are daily except Sunday OHIO 1Eastbound t 853 a mj 1INo 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a mj No 21 1aIIIJ8 a 25 Daily Ebe Sun JpmI- No 23 Daily 4tt mj EASILY RAKSr A StVER COLD In Just a Few Hours All Misery From ia Bad Cold or the Grippe Will Be Overcome Papes Cold Compound is thercj cosff iI iltWOVQthan tIYptib Mnd eontirinsno uinine whieh Kej jiiave conclusively dQuioiistrated i= not effective in the treatment of colds grippe b lorIt ilIJIItiiH fowl thita dose llC Cull Compound taken i er twolioiHs until tutee con rcrtitave doie are ken will mill the Grippbj and breakup the most severe olflj either in the head he = t batik slum el limits ill any fate nt the bully It prumptly relieves the most uu- y91lt neuralgia pains hcitdrche dullness vead ainl nose slulTed IIp1 IVverishnes awhig snjx throat mining ijf the noriti mucous t tarrSw nl disehnrgesHorenCKs stiffness HUll rheumatic twinges Take this tintnilc Compound is direct ud With the knowledge thai there r fioother medfcinej made any where else in the world which will cure your crud or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or had aftereffects js 25cent package ofvPapts Cod pound Adiich any druggist in th voild can sunply JOINT MEETING N IA joint meeting of the Democratic County Committee and time Democrat 01111mittlcternoon at two oclock Every niein t ber of both cmumillees iurged to he present J 11 STEYEXSOX httirtnahiofttituty tiwilfit- llThS 1lOIrnL1 i f t fChfirmm1i1 ttxpar n rIIi1 r j Parrish and Bradley cordially In vites you to attend the demonstration of Burnetts extracts and fruit color jinn all this week Bring your friends IO24tf lnTL iBAlU SPOTi MEN BE SENSIBLE DONT LET T GROW MORE CONSPICUOUS are boginnintr to worry about 11fU right on the top of your ere the hair is thin or has disappeared entirely Iotri worry anv lungcr gcttTfhlAvoir t check the falling hair and enijje new hair to grow nothing duthis earth will Dandruff nuses hair to fall and bahliJCss dandniff germs cause dandf iaiff PansiamSage kills the germs era icates dndruff stops falling hair and itchhig sealp or money back at r Phillip It will cause the hair to grow if th liiur rootbfr notlend i 1 It causes the hair to growHliiukftiv nioreiuxuriant I11dcplitS o inuuli nett lite intuit that itrgrowslustrpjis ftniIlcauiifnlf r Qh iIitwjlh 1fcAilhli1q lftifujlI SercivamVdruggfets everywhere Mail xx dens fillrd by Auieiican makers The Givoux Mfg Co Bjiffhlp N K fOOTffA1L uir f L Js9ALLED OFF- rM College Team WasjSchcdiileiUo Play 4kWith Chattanco tMcmbersg Were Not uf Condition t Thc Kentucky Wosleyan College football team Was scheduledto play at Hatt theTteen was not in condition owing ti tae fact thltr number of the play iers were injured in the first umes oi time season tad Pibf TigiHt re Lliseiltn let titi go into the game The next game scheduled here will be with Oeorgetown next Saturday BAPTIST CHURCH rOLD J Gilbert will preaelr at church Sunday morn ling and evening Uftre brick can be toned at Roysc S Uoones 10273t COUNTY COURT DAYS taBelow is a list of the dajfgjcounh courts are held cadi mouth nc 5uu tics near Clark county JIBath Ole ill siillc 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris Isf Mdhday Boyle D Indic yrd Monday Brealliitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4thvMonday Eslill IrVinc 3rd Monday Fayetle Lexington 2nd Monday 1 Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Fninkfort l st Monday llonlayIny Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine NielioIasviUe 3rd Mon day Lee Rca ttyilIc 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday cladeftaiclmalnidla tdny Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Tlariodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Moi tinyy Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Oweiitoi4ih Monday Pcndleton Faltnoulh 1st Mondvl Povvfcll Slanhti 1st Monday Scott VeorgetovJii 3rd Mo day Shelby Sht yillc2lltl Monday a Woodford Versailles Jlh IondnI 1 icreiuutlldr lilkuLtlinr you1 building materials from a relmbl tjf Ycoljr cl ti bi mrJt i h a ilClhrp kiov Iwlc1I g1i rj IIIIln H Capital SI 00 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE t c Winchester Bank a Olt t WINCHESTER KY ti N WITHERSOON President W R SPHAR Gashier f fl r SOLiCITSt YOUR r ACCOU- NTSIhrnaCaIarrh Cured Expert Medical Scientists Announce Startling By en York Se1llincIadvantage of the by TJie Woodworth Co 1KV1 Uroad WJiy 1Y jkCity re ncsting experin c lt1JpakgetifSCIpine th grea L difeccnery fur Asthma Hay Peyeilirpncliitis and Catarrh which is ty1ldn1r pCeharge to all whn write for itJ is curing thousands olthe most stnbbrfviv easesi It mak es no tliiToronreJiuur long you been sultevinsr ijrJww severe the 111j ijmtic ouditronsijlre whefe you eupine will ifiireisvou If you lliVoHtfiflifrniientedMVith bthj Zi jti fin1Cf pnre aril JUt el1 or t t1lllct 1lHHCmfe atil hl1Tv icritusieJ l l liH S1 1tifi f tnutprunlltbJGtrerel by itfisl Itll WertlttirtlttiWomen trtcr ending household cares and ctresdutiesburdens and strains which 1the weaker sex have to bear are deserving of profound s ttr is commendable what thcseunfbitiinatc women most recd is a I p h But thle gulatoroecfone compoundedand carefully adapted to act inftarmonyhvitlv womans peculiar dcit cute ever sensitive organization 4 Who so well fitted to select carefully proportion thejngrcdients mid coinpoimda and often psin wracking weaknesses and derange- ments rem dy for the cure of these distressing as the carefully and thoroughly8 educated sand regularly d PhYs ician vho has had a long and successful experience in treating just this class of cases Dr Pierce5s favorite Prescription THIp Fuzee IS THE ONE REMEDY Npy and for over 40 years sold by druggists for Yomarfs bPccaliar one having all of the above qualifications tcontains neither alcohol vhich to most THE ONE REMEDY which absolutely Women is rank poison nor injurious or habitforming drugs TIDE ONE JtEMEDY which issopcrfcctrn its composition and so good in its curative effects as to warrant its makers in printing its every ingredient as v I they doorr its cztstfc rapper rifying the same under solemn oath In all vthe above most important p1rticularsJthe Favorite Prescription stands absolutely filbnc iha clnss nil by itself as womans most reliable and trustworthy remedy ia time of rootsfoments i The leaders in all schools of n1edicaL prnctice have endorsedeach of its e ents as of tlie best knowii remedies for the complicatedaffections for which it is recom mended These professional endorsements should tount for far more than any number of lay testimonials A booklet full of thenvscnt free on receipt ofnameandaddress WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION R V Pierce M D Pres Buffalo NY PROPERTY SOLD Mr F llarud Sitnrday morn ing sold to Mr B L Brunei the property on Flanagan street recpiitly purchased from lrfJ111Ittf 750 hffOI AUDITOmUM One or the tnnnic t aet l that has appeared at the Auditorium theatre hi some time is Lev AVoodt the ven trilocitiist who allllhella lirje and ielice It litly light Witir Tounny md George the bdysAvho smokes talks and vsinjrs toine iUiis iundoubtedly time best act serum uric in long time nrrie and lul piano losne and comedy entertainers are presenting an excellent act mixed with plenty btfombnuuiiCvsonirs and lllC l eh t ft ti fc1 J1Iitgocl tlc standard Ladies dont fail to attend the demonstration of Burnetts extracts and fruit coloring this week at Par rish and Bradleys I0 24tf Origin of Boom Room as In the phrase rubber boom is of American origin tun np pears to have oiigiiuncd ill the net somewhere abont X1S78 Its original1 reference was to rapid movement pro ducing a roaring sound When ajim of logs breaks up the logs are borne violently down stream and are then said to be booming so it seems probable that the expression originated IP the lumber thidtf and spread thcucrt to all forms of business Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus luna 2000000A l In our short history of a few years we have bilt up a busli uess of which veare justly proud t We arp lih toidwhich it has already attl11lCI aiiti the prospects for its ftitute growth We are gratified because we have established a reptita tion for fa r dealing 1 ith our customers and friends And werl are glad that our customers are in nil parts of the city and coon ty curl that we number our customers among the humblest nl well as the rich depositors i Ve would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and roves igate our facilities for doiugan uptcdate banking businessf JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier t 11 BROWN Pres LB COCKRELL V Pros =i- Gas- StovesGas Heaters of all kinds and pi ices Gas Ranges kesI Gas Ligh t slhc ramous Velshbacl- rllautel and Globes that will please the most fus I tidious a GRANT WITT CO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET of i1I tiTYn ILt = TI Clark cuniy CollstructIollIQgjflpllr r We are more thorughly oequipped than 3 any plant in Kentucky to construct and s repair all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys nCrushed and building stone always on saleIrv Concrete side walks laid economically andsmtisfectiorjguaranteed t it I if 0Jt L J j i GIve Ust n I7ft t 3 Jd i cAy v a 4 r iI t I r THE WINCHESTER NEWS JPiaiKThrie 4t SATISFACTIONlWe Guarantee You ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION on every transactionrr The line ofgoods we carrytBackUP TheGuarantee c H BowENf JewelerOpticianand 29 ISMaiJ1st WINCHESTER YI 1 SOCIETY HIIdretliMcKinney Lnvyrence llihlreiili grin Miss Cora Cornelia McKinney were married this week at Macedonia Christian church Fa vet to comity Elder iK W Delcamp ofliciatin Mrs John Mc lillnl Y and Mis Elizabeth Grave- were the brides Uttcndaiits whil- e11alterllildrethbrothet of tlmirrooin way bet man UMie jjroom llrh dhk1gl of a large gniin 11 l coal business at At i111tjtbridci4 the lovely daugh ter ol lla1111 Mrs W F McKin ney forincrly of this county si ml hag many iliiend there nilionr we join in coiit iiVtitlations Handsome Son llr3and111s Charles J Stewart are receiving1 congratulations on the ar nlofa lunuloinc son Jit their hoJEi ftU Wet Maple street Tucri day moniiujr The above is from the kohl Morn ing NevsV Enid Oklahoma and will be interesting to Winchester people Mr Stewart was formerly nianagei of thaivQiituiky Evening Gazette and The Lexington Herald leaving Lexington to goto Enid where he bought the Enid Morning News a pa per which he now controls Mrs Stewart wall formerly Mis s Margaret OBrien She was comioct ed with the Kentucky Bveninjr Ga i zette when Mr Stewai lt was niiuui er They were married soon after ttttc purchase of the Jvews over a year agor coal went to Eivid to live Mrs Stewart formerly lived here whcreshe is inucli loved and ailmir ed Mrs William Warren and daughter r Miss Letitia of Janvillc arc guests of her daughter tits Lucien Beck leer Mrs W A Realty has returned mrot fIih j ttr1n 1Titi- dy tnQ t ItlhUU1t Jltr ft ltiHi gMr and Mrs 0 Munson and Mrs YaiAYaits of Cvntjiiana are visiting Mr Hnll MtlHEndicott- Mr II IT Phillips was in Louis ville on business Thursday Robert Ogden is xufforuig ffrol a severely s praimiedankle Mr L II Bushthus arrived from New arkI Miss Glorenna Elkiu will entertain with ji Halloween party Dr W Carl Grant and family nave taken aiwrtmenUs withrnlil Mrs H R Scrivener Miss Sue Scrivener iviiting in Richmond Miss Allie llensley has accepted jt position with the Scrivener store nod would be pleased to see her fiend Mrs Otis Plynn attended the fun civilof Miss Annie Gnadinger at Cynlhiaria lfc tniasurNlit11 lileyinrtl is visiting her niece Miss OH st chsoriV 11 Miss Eddie Qsborno is visiting in Richmond 11rsI U tockrcjl of Mt Sterling has returned patios alter attending the Gilliam unnelly wedding Mr Mttt lIu1ianattcllclcd the burial of Miss Annie Gnadinger sit Paris Mr Y M Broyles of Ashland stopped over he re Friday mgt en route Trout Kuoxville where he at tended the Exposition Miss Pattie Ramsey who has been quite illlIr appendicitis uul intes tidal indigestion at her home in tin county is improving Hiss Rebecca Junes and Miss Polly Baldwin visited in Lcxinsrton Friday Mrs Cliff Oneusand Mrs Howard Hampton ate visiting Mrs lames El kin at Versailles Mrs Sallie Early of Connelton m1nd will arrive Saturday night to b with her dsiughlerMiss Clara Early News has been received by rein lives hercto the efTcct thafMivNa thanicl Haggard formerly of this citj is quite ill al his home in Louisville Mr J W Dawson of tIll hll1l1t- ywhlccently purchased the J M Powell grocery has moved to Win chester and will probably take pos session of the store on Monday Miss May Evcrsole of London i visiting Mrs Eli Corn- ettlitsI K Ladd and Miss tug ttY Tucker arc visiting Tics Chas L Sc ami others URGEGROWD- j ATAX Join- tING Debate is Held at Prestonliurg W Langlcy and A fQetweel1JJobn Special to The XuwiPKESTONBUHG Ky Oct 29 4 The largest crowd ever assembled ill Prestouburg to listen to a political discussion Avas here Tuesday to heaj the joint debate between Congressr man John W Langley and A Floyd Byrd Mr Langley was accorded division of time by Mr Byrd the had advertised his peaking som time bothrcandidates indulged in a great deal oli cheering and applause and eiif thusiism was Itt the highest pith throughout the dicsusion wliich last ed nearly three hours Mr LIllY was born and reared in thieotihtyisdeservedly popula atrd liaK a veryStrung following ajnoniEJJeinourats Almost every Cricnd and relative he has in tht county were presenl TiiesdaVtuid it ClEAN FOODICOUNTER r We have just installed considerable expense to us iftf mr ALa r SANITARY DRIED FRUIT COUNTER bust Proof and Fly Proof e 1 1 i Contains 30 separate apartments ceach with a trllass display front c Come in and see our latest effort give our 7 customers onlywi PPft j 1 Pure 4md Cleafl foodstlt t r MNIIfcx tfi t Weathers Both Phones No 40 Clit1off11Ross Ii Xou Qua 1i vappxeciate what we x have in or REJlDY M bE tDEP1tRTMENT rl stockuntilr f Now is the time toget busy efore thei goods are rickedover u Goat Stills Imported rough clothes in The finest qual ilies mada hand turned collars and welled seams absolutely perfect t workmanshipi sFi brown blue gray and others i Kootair Hose The kind that all dressy women wear Guaranteed for six months We give S and H Green TradingStamps CliftonB Ross Opposite Court House Winchester Ky was conceded that two thirds of tale IInl were with him M rIiyid and his 1IIII sers were cluijjrincd over the demonstra tion in favor nt Langley mid Mr hId sicec h was not up to till Standard that his friends expected 11e confined himself almost entirely to a discnssion of the thrill grin his titheIwell will tmiauyo Phis own party lit omitted trout of the statements he ul made at other points re ardinj Lan lcY lint the latter had sleno jjiapnie reports of Mr Byrd prcv ionjs all erInccs and took them lIt tine by one literally tea iingthetp tli pieces ijrodncinj docnmciilary evi hence that contradicted Mr Uyrd iii nearly a dozen instances lledc mijiuled that Mr Byrd OAback to the places wJiere he had madethis statementsiutd apologize to the peo ple for his misrepresentation Dur ing this portion of his ckcoliattoiloi his opponents posilTon he vas tildly Hjccrcd by Ms friends This wjsthe best campaign speecli Mr Langley has made lie gave a masterly exposition of the protective tariff system as to the farmei uptletelopcdandifvity like the Sc ally rfllcy de voting some time totihe protection of coal and lumber lie reviewed his work in Congress and mentioned the additional pleasures he would ad vacate when reelected and severely 1wsilhr i on pensions and internal improver tents and scored him for his adyp easy of free coal and free hunbel It was a red loiter lay for t hc Republican candidate ant unless till 1rpresages his ireelcctifiiv His friends made all sorts of fun of the report thnt had been circulated that Ill was uoidhvrv Joint dcbat with his opponent and though this county linyt1lis atrtMurly Demot cratic it is predicted that he will IlllllIriANNOUNGfMENT Bcginning Saturday October 2Q ati will else at 1030 p in and open Sunday morning fioin ra in until 1030 a in and charge 1i ecu 1shave on Sunday until lOrlU 25 ceiifs IJOIINSOA S JANUARY 10284h FOR SALE Automobile 40horse IpnVcr two or four passenger ciip ofnuking llUBcs nit hour IMsd li weeks Will sell for cash- frillu11Jle Kuy to manipulate AlKJy eau run U ApIy DrL N Rankin lO22wk CHURCH UNITY Will Be Subject of Address By Bishop Lewis W Burton D Dat EpiscopaNCIiurclv SundayMorning Bishop Burton will be at Emmjai1 nal Episcojal church on llickman street Sunday morning at 11 am lip is to deliver an adtbess about the + General Conventipn of the Episcopal church just finished at Cincinnati The address will be chiefly on Church Jnity and will be of intense interest to people of all Christian bodies as thpftrcmJchurch leaders Are hope everybody will be pieseiit and go prepared lo consider hi an openutiulledway the great mtestion of the nll tof all rinistian hodtcs Save Time by Telephoriink When a man feels t necessity q f being in twoplaces at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHON COMPANY INCORPORATED It s easy tb frivol all dyer the State and other Sates Ifyowj havent our service you should have A Call our manager lot hill information o A Ring at The Doorbell1 By LOUISE IDA ROSS Copyright J910 byVAmerican Press Association Mr and Mrs Trevor were sitting om October evenIng before a blazing wood firethey hart not yet lighted the flu nace rand the room was aglow nail redolent with the pleasant odor ol bu ruing wood The children had been romping Mr Trevor carryiujj Bennie plgaback and Willio on all fours but their mother had now taken them ill including the girls up to bed tucked them in kissed them good night and had returned witb her sewing which she was doing by the big lamp on the table while Mr Trevor read a magazine There was a ring at the bell Now for many years there was some thing in the ring of his doorbell that cast a sober look over Samuel Trevors forItime when lie was a very young man When he was but eighteen his fa her who was n lumber merchant sent his son to a lumber camp that lie might lenrn the business which would one day be his from the beginning There Is danger to alt persons of that ago of inexperience nail recklessness that Iheynnnyimike a mesalliance and on that account it isa bad plan to take licnj away fiom young girls of their own sldcial circle and place them amour their inferiors And where would a young man of refinement find people more his inferiors than in a lumber camp Among the girls there was Madge Hopkins the daughter of a lumberman several years older than Trevor who lured him into indiscre tions with lice then threatened him with vengeance if he refused to marry her He did so but immediately left the camp An effort was made to annul the marriage but it was unsuccessful Then the woman offered to refrain from troubling her husband if his farther would support her Remittances were sent regularly for a season when suddenly a newspaper wsvs received containing a notice of her death No doubt was felt of the truth of the no tice when several years had passed and no remittances having been sent no demlind was made for them Twelve years after the conclusion of this episode Samuel Trevor married Agatha Beach He told her all about It before being engaged to her not pressing a doubt that his first wife was dead You may be sure of that said Agatha or she would be draw ing the lifeblood out of you Never theless Trevor having had nothing but the death notice to prove to him lodge Hopkins demise never felt ab solutely sure Anti that was the son why a certain dread was con netted with the ringing of his door bell A maid in a neat uniform of black and white went to the door and the wife and husband heard a wom ans coarse voice ask for Mr Trevor lieu without waiting to be announced1 the caller brushed past the maid and into the sitting room Hello Sam she said Trevor put his hands to his face and trembled It was Madge Hopkins soul judging front lice appearance she had been growing coarser with every year Mrs Trevor ran to her husband and put her nuns about him as if to shield him from tht blow Y1 neednt be afraid me said some111lnloyour dealliV faltered Trevor thatiI aint got nothin to live tin Send them remittances that Awas dropped and Ill let y glom MaTmna eriefd time oldesC dairguter of ten from above Violas the ImulI e your address and go said eager to get tile Woman out of the house before the children should learii who the was The attires wnsghenUlll the wo man went away Theo after a silence Mr Trevor said Dont worry on my account Qeariei My position is not pleasant but what is it compared with the interest of you and the children Be Comforted We will keep the secret Send the re mittuiccs regularly and no one will he time wiser Hut Mrslrovor hat no intention of letting the matter rest where it was thatIMadge Hopkins record which was countable fur he spurious deatli not tke maul the failure to claim the re mittanccs Jtwas hint week after this when fromIIJUSIUfwith a radiant countenance that good news Taking himtonroom- where the children would not hear and closing1 the door she said Its all right I put a detectiveon her track and he lias been here Pubs afternoon to report The woman has never been Madge Hopkins since you have known her Sic Was secretly married before you met her to a lain- bcrshoverwIImtever that ismind lie Bittimftcmcd J eShe Hved with hiin Tiutf eari fug if you apiM r elJI their Hvosvishe t would be tried tpr juii slie sent i4uthonotlce oflaem 1eMhhwhichsh laid iuii rted in ii inipei for the par pose and MV 1p Hiir ren JH wcrt j Hor husbHnd has fereiitJy dtt d aM came Jbwck on you for swpport r fTo RIB STAR flame domestic fuelwe load ROYSE BOONE Both tI Citizens National Bank 1 Paid up Capital l l0Pa 51 QOO J WE SOLICSX YOUR r BUSINESS 7tewiljlvo you courteous treatment and attend Qmptl7 and carefully to 2lLibusness entrusted to us J D Simpson Ires A H Hampton Critter T Phillfijg VPr J W Poynter Asst Cashier customers We havebeenin this business Winchester learned experience possible you better cheaper and satisfactory than anybody iiH1 mm mt i ForSale Privately Grocery Meat Market A number one stand Will account of other business Fcion BrosI V2tinw N i ONLY for 4ca sample bottle PERFUME of the Iat once to our American 4cInd we will mail you sample of the t most requisite delightful extract you ever used Retail price 7sc for a t All Dealers PARKUMERIE PINAUD ED PINAUD BLDG NEW YORK j rAWARUSMAUE INCORNSHDW ThirtySix Entries Examined ByMr George DKarsner Who Was Se leoted1 to Judge 4 i1dtlAigl day 11lciroljni11 t u success Thirty six cntrie Jii exaniihedtby Mr Gcoige 1P Iviirslierwhi wa se lected to judge it qiHlfcSiH vas good Bite frizc foHtlfel6tgt eiyr 6f corn ajvmrde l to IA wis Ilrtiallle tsar blg 12 3S nienk dtAilr the h rusljfoll6vsV Ijtt i lJI ll jSccoiid ll iltts Third O1imdilith CORN BEAu CTIONED The com t711e1ediii the corn show will be auctioned ait iJI0 JftIJJ9011j ofaGoodThlngi beside Uncle Ethan Tkfwijs hoe said to he as biro uliifltttkp as t iJogjjjbly easbe lint caWt h Ii iacltning to- bMievs fieeaton that jio one ought in cli vc ghiua1ul eat tautly aithan SaW timue Ygnths Cnflranlge eo The quick burning big block J ng AshCoalrrtierbest guarantee every 6 Winchester Ky Phones THE BEST is alone good enough for our in1 for many tyears laud have man rYpoints in the coal trade Wliich make it for us to serve more else MARTIN GOAL and sell on 150 Main St WiirchestierylCy IN STAMPS IFINEST FRENCH Write Offices Send larze bottle ED DEPTH The corn show icts dozen arbec TO Saturday try Red by EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH r IHoly connnnnion and address Eby liisliop Lewis W Ijurton DrDCon the inoincntoits issues and splenllid results of jhc icneral conventiyn Everybody invited Snndiiv school at 10I nmaTRINITY CHURCH Mt Sterling pike Eveninjr sprayer mud is erniitmr by BisliojL W Burton at W30 Suudu- ysehthIat i0r The Barber In History Lovers ot history SvilU readily ricill the influence pbssessed by theTbxrber valet and confldant oLbJIXt tgfrFrftnce Olivier le Dain and perhi s less easily the name of Nichotts Stngeheck who pained ri like influence with Christian IKof Denmark tttfS there is no doubt that other fjII In the calling have been on the njost friendly terms with their famous cS = tamers who enjoyed thetr dicorlt and did not disdain theiradvce1Ike the barber of Mpntljard in nurgu Jrwho to the end of Ills lays boasted that on one memorable mornlnffrha had shaved before breakfast thr e men capable of ruling a world S Messrs Hutton Rousseau and 1ol tairo v lr t f iGalt 1f tMi wei JirJ wriim Myou Va v f f Ji 5 t Fj vy 4 Pege Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS = RunDownAsk i rilla Entirely free from alcohol strong Ionic and alleralioea cAfor dua Co I NOTICE Winchester Shaving Prlov will dos at 1030 Srtur lay night open 730 to 10 3L Snmliv inorninsr 1 I = FARMS FOR SALE FARM NO 150 acres 71i miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with 0 rooius 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobacco Ice house andall other outbuildings large young orchard in full bearing FenZinggood Divided into four lots air well watered All in Rias except 8or 10 acres Close to oodschooJ Price 6000 FARM NO 258 acres GVi miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good COIi dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco Ice house chicken house coal house meat house cot r crib 4 hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being well watered and every fence in first class condition Has large young orchard in full bearing Close to goodschool and churches and in less than a quarter ofa mile from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390acres 6Vl11il es from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2r porches stock barn uacre tobacco barn good cellar and all out buildings all in good condition vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in grass Within oiie=half mile of goods hool church store and postolfice and blacksmith shop Price 0000 FARM NO 460acres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn all neees savy outbuildings Well watered with pool wells and creeks All outside fencing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass IFAlDSwelling with 7 rooms Gacrc tobno cWobun All necessary outhouse Bindlhlcurnf u erell fenced and watercd Price 75 per acre to FARM NO 6lOS acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms All nec essary outbuildings 12acre tobacco 1 d Ayers Sarsaparilla is a tonic It does not stimulate It does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next There is not a drop of alcohol in it You have the steady even gain that comes from a strong tonic Ask your doctor all about this ahaln Proprietor Coal for the winter is chcapei now than it will be two months later Kovse Boone 102731 barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 pqr acre FARM NO 7345 acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco bum plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grabs Price 50 per acre FARM NO S2Gacres 31miles from Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO950 acres 7 miles from Winchester thas twostory frame dwelling with rooms tobac co barn holding acres nil necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 5 000a Ji FARM NO 10300 acres 12 mil cs from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten ant house 8acre tobacco barn large stock barn and all necessary outbuildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 71jmil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splendid combined stock and tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres 11 miles froinvVincheiter on good pike has two sfory frame dwelling of 8 rddiiis 7acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358 acres 7 ipiles from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and al necessary outbuildings well watered ctc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 miles from Winchester on hood pike liar 4room tnant house new 10acre to bacco born neverfailing water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NU 1592 acres 7V2 miles from Winchester on good pikelfast- wostory frame dwelling with j rooms good cellar and all outbuiloV ings good stock bun lOacretobac co barn Well watered fencing good Clove to school and church Price 315 per acre Tracy Stokely Office in McEIdowney BIdg Both Phones Ogle ReadThe Greatest Living American Author and Humorist KENTUCY WESLEYAN COLLEGE Friday Evening November 4th The first of a series of three lectures and two musical numbers Mr Read will present the greatest of his creations Old Iin eJucRHn 1 ADMISSION IISEASON WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING NOV 1STIGALLANO The Man of Thought Presenting Mind Reading Hypnotism and SpiritualismjSEE tie Sensational Blind and Old Carriage Drive starting in front of the Opera House Tuesday Nov 1 at 7 pm SEE the Hypnotized Man Tuesday Night SEE the Struggle for Life Wednesday Night New Features every night and a complete change of Program nightly r V Admission yXLilS and 2S centsi 1 rS KENTUCKY BOTTLERS ASSOCIATION e4 STATE BOTTLERS ASSOCIATION Organization is Founded By Mr Lee Wainscott Who is Elected Secretary and Treasurer The Kentucky Bottlers Association was fanned in this ritV lust snfh COLORED COLUMN A London has insured Jack Johnsons life foV100000- Thecolored Catholics are to bulid- a 30000 church at Kansas City Mo Ex Senator and exGovernor P P S Pinchback colored politician from Louisiana of the old regime has been appointed to a3500 revenue position Kilward IT Morris colored of then practicefie has served three terms in the legislature and lute been attorney fqi Cookcounty Iron Sharp an plied colored wo man of Richmond Va was awnrdcd whilt1ldil1Thc jury awarded the full asked mnountI Anderson Redding a miter of Juliett Ga has been offered 5000 for a stalk puller that he vented and had patented some time ago The ItirrisonbUrg Pa Advocate Verdict makes the following signifi caht stiitement The Negroes in Philadelphia iii single year in one bank alone opened 2045 new accounts and their entire deposits in all the banks amount to at least 3500000 Charles W Peters coloredof Pittsburg Pa has built a biplam which he is exhibiting Tie has made a successful flight He has con structed a horizontal and vertical rudder and claims to have discov eries never before made by any ol the worlds aviators Jack Johnson pugilist gave liip sister 3000as a marriage portion In the absence of the pastor Rev II D Colerane will preach at Broad way tomorrow Little Miss l inline Timberlake i quite sick Owen Monday bought two head of cattle Monday Wm Diggs of Boston Mass it visiting his mother Mrs Kate Diggs Mrs Henry Miller visited the family of Rev D A Walker in Mt Sterling Sunday Boss and Ike Gary have built a smallstore room on North Maple street Thte Gentile Baptist church is in the midst ofa revival The 11of Jerry Hampton wa probated Monday Rev Gen Miller of HniTpdsburs is Baptistrchurch Miss Lillie May Terrine visited relatives in Mt Sterling Sunday RevS II Mitchell was im the city this week circulating anion nits olili i 1i it pUrl tloners The Riclmiontlh iitmelcpntaiii t1 lengthy rtiQlaiaivettDVi5 Holmes wlho pqrfoini6tlrjt veiy late surgical opoi aUbirolv llrs11m Ev ans sovciT1 days agtf i We print rthiv nurses statementajidiegretlhat wq cant print the wholfiv art iclCi As nurse I WAS trained by and servedunder white doctors in Louis wink where I have seen many opera tions performed by some of the best surgeonsof the South but truly never saw an operation performed with greater skill greater painstak ing ill every detail thin by Ill Holmes This is the first coloredsurgfeon Iever seen perform nil operation and Imust confess that I was surprised at his skill and bare1 Missionaiy ni1i aii Glarljls clufpjl M Echurch tomorrow i t t mer by Mr G Lee Wainscott manu facturer and bottler of Roxa Kola The Association has about fifty members now Wdlich goes to show how Yail1scoHIthe first meeting held in Louis IAt during the State fair Mr G Lee was elected secretary and deleIin Philadelphia three weeks ago I This was the first National Con 1cil OIl ever held in which Kentucky We greatly regret that so many of our people have such little regard for the honor of their vford Awhite lrldy told us Monday that three had promised to conic to her house that morning and nut one put in their ap pearance We hear of hundreds of such cOI which works a great hardship upon the race Negro preachers should preach more on lion esty industry thrift citizenship and other essentials requisite to racecle vation and not eternally bo giving so much1 halleluiah Christian church notesRallyldast Sunday realized 7445 the wine wil Iconclude tom6rvow The young ladies of the churchwill give a hal loweeii entertainment Monday night consisting ofa musical and literary pYogVam Refresiimenls served Ad nussiH fcctiW Charles Pemhb is underpinning his house Dr Summers has opened a brjaiuh office at Mt Sterling wheje he will do dental work on the iiist and thinlI 4iniontlito his itinerary rind possibly Paris makiirg Winchester his headquarters or general office j PORTAUPRINCE Hay tj=The Seiiate lus Voted atuhorization for r new bank which will act as a treasury for the lost not 13000000 recently isueclat Paris the proceeds of whinny evil serve for the redemption of the intclion debt and the retire ment of papc money Exchange N Blluyii is a black licpiiblic Jack Johnson is stumping New York for the Democratic tSate ticket Quite a number of our prominent Colored men are recipients of cam paign literature front Congressman Langley Mrs J II Garvin is visiting rela Liver and friends in Richmond Miss Sarah Denny has returned from a visit to her brother Rev Lou nib MerrittT at Tahnbuth There wilt be a Ji1a8S meeting at C L R ehnrulr Allans Chapel at 3 oclock Sunday Subject under dis cussion is how best to unite our forces to assist the Associated Charities in alleviating the suffering of the deserving poor Surely no one will objeulto this meeting and everybody illcmhe We ask the several choirs to unite in rendering good music j s WEBB REV JOSEPH SMALL DRJ H HOLMES REV H D COLERANE PKOFJH GARVIN EfS TAYLOR iitsijkate ANllliaaus1 of Georgc totvtis visiting lien mother Mrs Ella Green GATE tCTY LODGE Every tnembe- of Gate City Lodge Kof P No 22 niusjt attend the meetingvNo j vennSer2at Castle IBill or besub jecQfiafine of John I Brun 0ir rrh ht C BItol 1tli a isOodiStmbea tic liiell came together and orgamiizcU b fa association kiimvTi as Clark County Colored Fair Association The fol loiving officers were elected YoC ITopewell President John vPcmne vice president Q J3 Curry record hug secretary 11 Y Alexander cor Batesrespondingtreasurer W opdson Miller assistant treasurer vhis company now pledges itself fit giveonaoEtlte best Lairs in this ectioh off llie State in iOl1 7n I hifty Vi i p areas reported from the First namtc wch rhiaLr had a representative A better representative could not have been selected than Mr Wains cott as the first day of the convention he made ai speech on the llooi that not only made himself famous as a bottler but one that brought Kentucky before the convention all during the meeting Kentuckys representative was appointed on a num ber of important committees and by virtue of being a member of the ex ecutive committee he becomes a di rector Of the largest bottlers maga zine published in the world MART CHICAGO Oct 28 WHEAT There was temporary strength yes terday due 7is before to covering of local shorts interests The general belief appears to be that the best prices which can be expected for the present were made on the swell yes terday and that the market is in a position to yield to seling pressure The bulls counted on tin buying of wheat for France at fewjd ysiaigi und now Pariti reports thit ia1f the wheat needed has beu bough Vlie stocks are large everywhere at hoiiu and abroad and we favor the sell inkside of these futures on hard spots COnXLight country offerings are to be expected until more of the crop is gathered and until the corn raisers become a little further convinced of the permanency of lowei prices Weather conditions at present are favorable and there is m reason to suppose that the natura movement will not ake place What ever iKt tie buying flurry l1a on ptlarin December corn we fpel thai sales of May on the moderate bulge will prove profitable oh the decline which is almost certain to follow PROVISIONS Gelt says 1COOC hogs against 15000 estimated uric against 14000 last year Outside trade continues light An easier con market encouraged the pit and scalping trade to favor the selling side I ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Oct 28CatUc Receipts 2000 tweak beves 4505 770 Texas steers 330o5GO west ern steers 4oG70 stockers ant feeders 415540 cows and heif ers 2205020 calves 71025 Hogs Receipts 15000 slow and 5 to 10 cents lower at 770890 Sheep Receipts 13000 steady nat ive 275r440 western 3440 yearlings 4505GO lambs native 475710western57to CINCINNATI Oct 28Cattle Receipts 1341 steady and 10 to 15 cents lower fair to good shippers 525l25 common 225325- hogs Receipts 2478 generally 5 cents lower butchers curd shippers 8i5rt875 common 5S825 Sheep Receipts 2301 steady at 210 SUBSCRIBE FUR THE NEWS THE AUDITORIUM Incorted The quly continuous Show House nightrIy at Solclpckjexcept Saturday when there aremtwo Shows change Monday Wednesday and Friday Nights Two reels of moving pictures changed every night FRIDAY NO SATURDAY NIGHTS 29rLEW WOODV- ENTRILOQUIST CURRIE EARL PIANOLOGUE AND COMEDY- ENTERTAINER Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seats- BLOOMF1ELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS g r Classified Advertisements fc a word for a slnjju msertiuir 2c a word for three consecutive In sertionsc for each additional sertion JOc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We are having calls every day for farms of all sizes and prices if you have one you want to sell see or tel ephone us at once Office in McEl downey Building both phones 1a1 A N b For insurance on Your Tobacco Office in McEldowney Building Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE IFraternitT Bldg Phone r8c FOR SALESome highbred fancy young Shetland ponies mares and horses Prices are right W T Ogden 1026 tf WANTEDAsituation as nurse for an infant or to care for small children as companion or uut efbT an old lady or an invalidomc phone 732 Lrwlroo stenographerSeveral Mr Robbins News office 308lmo FOR RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to II W Ecton at Ectpns grocery 1010tf FOR SALE Pure blood RhodQ Is homephone WANTED100 sheep to graze Call on or phone S A Prewitt phone 8S2R 1010tf WANTEDBoarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath 1013tf FOR SALE 100 hogs in lots to suit purchasers to be delivered from 20th to 25th of November Can be slaughtdred on premises B A Ogden 1017tf STRAYED From the farm occu pied by Allen OsborneiJliickervillc pike one brown yearling colt Any information as to its whereabouts will be suitably rewarded Win chester Roller Mills 1018tf WANTED Five or six carpenters Apply W P Eckley 101913t FOUND A pair of glasses with gold frames Apply to Robbins News office 102731 FOR RENTTwo rooms over Mc Cord Phillips shoe store 1027ti- WANTEDA good salesman by the first of November Sixty dollars a monthand expenses J B Stroth er 175 Winn avenue Winchester Ky 10273t THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER e I have secured the agency for this machine which is will known for its durability and good work Will bo pleased to show the latest model to prospective rclwsers Will sell either for cashormonti11y payments- C C ROBBINS Kews Wee t Lchigh cement is the thing ifyojj are building sidewalks Royse Boone 10273t Anger Of all passions there Is none so ex travagant and outrageous as that or anger other passions solicit and mislead us but this runs away with us by force and hurries us as well to our own as to anothers ruin it falls many times upon the wrong person and dis charges itself upon the innocent In stead of the guilty and makes the most trivial offenses to becapital and punishes an inconsiderate word per haps with fetters Infamy or death r tB ID rustdea Ckk n R Fresldent Cubic Clark Comity National Bank Eatahtlshfid 1865 Accounts ol Merchants Farmers Land Traders Solicited Collection Made onAII Points C pital and Surplus 35000000 V W Bush 6 Company- FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE MCEIDOWNEY Phone 145 DONT BUY A RUNABOUTUntil the New Model 14 Buick at 60000 Call at the Winchester Garage andget full particulars PENDLEfotfllBH fcf6USH tv Attorneys tt Uw 5tkFloor UcEfdoTmey BuiTdinif Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law ffice 5th Floor McEidowney Buildiit Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky ftfM J M STEtfEl0 trthfthH Attorney it niM S Main St Winchester Ky WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection amid White Pearl flour has no equal NOTICE TO CITY TAXPAYERS The cilY taxes have been vast due since July 1 Those owing taxes will please call and settle at once and f avoid the penalty which takes effect November L I will be in my ofiko in the Clark County National Bank building each evenincr until 9 p m beginning October 3 1910 JAS A Mf COURT City Tax Collector 930tf DRINK IMore Than Wet Notice to TaxpayersY- ou have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come nUll avoid the rush Under the present tax law F am compelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf Taking a Chance The mistress was giving Harriet the benefit of her advice and counsel iy touching a momentous step the latter contemplatedOf Harriet said the lady of the house If you intend to get married thats your own business but you musnt forget that marriage Isia very serious matter Yls mum said Harriet Tig mum I know Us sometimes mum But mum maybe ril have better luck than you did mum T