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Ira iI tE1r JiI aSEdltionTIIE WINCHESTER NEWS11 CENTSIA WEEK jWPGRfAT CROWD H HEARS BYRD t Democratic Nominee For Congress arid R R Friend of Irvine Speak 1 loPcwell County VotersIdrY CITY Ky lA ifloyd Byrd Democratic nominee jor Congress from the Tenth Con essipnal District and Hubert K uFiiendot Irvine Ky Saturday ad dresjjed the voters of Iowell county aigtanlon and May City The speak er 4 vcre greeted by the largest tlHI1 iomjes that has tended a political speaking ijj this county for years Ilbre as elsetthere numbers of He publicans expressed their intentional yiiof supporting the Democrat illclllia loh inoins logic was theifrqclv predicted on nil sides that the normal Democratic majority of Ppw ell county will be materially increasj ed V BURLEY POOL SALES TUESDAY LEXINGTON Ky Oct 31 Smiles of tobacco will not begin on time local market Monday as usual hut rill open Tuesday and on that day the auction of the Burley Societys 1909 pooled crop will also he resum ed01 the floors of the Lexington warehouses after having been sus pen 1ed for several days r The reason for the of the loose leaf sales is V crop is coming in potPon1111I1r 1ynI1 after comfe ternoon the wnre that it would be hest for them to wait until Tuesday in order that more to bacco might be on the market Tin sales were comparatively small id Thursday and Friday and the growers seem to be anxious to dispose of the worst they have in their barn fl LiIc IMPORTANCE OFTHT STUDY OF FORESTRY If State Federation of Womens Clubs Has Outlined Courses of Study i v on the Subject J The State Federation of Womens Clubs has interesting outlines for courses of study in forestry for use J in Schools or womens clubs The importance of the studyof forestry is well illustrated in time Proclamation by President Koose 1 velt white in otlice to the schoo Children of the United States Arbor Day winch menus simply Tree Day is now observeI in every State in out Union and mainly in time i schoolsI Jt is well thit you should celebrati your Arbor Day thoughtfully for WWI ili your lifetime till Nations need of trees will become serious If you neglect to prepare your selves now for the duties and respon sibililies which fall upon later if Vpn do not learn the things you will need to know when your school day arc over you will suffer she conse ijncnces So any nation which in it r yputh lives only for the tiny reap zwniiout sowing and consumes with ilfriiE husbanding must expect the pen xnltif the prodigal whose labo icquUlwith difilculty fool him the ba ndansof life 11 iv true forest is not merely r housefull of wool but as it were r k factory of wood and at the same tim a reservoir of water Wiien you help to preserve our forests or plant nev ones you are acting the part of good citizens The value of forestry de serves therefore to be taught in the scliools which aim to make god citizens of you If your Arbor lay exercises help you to realize whif benefits each one oton from the forests and how by reciI sistancc these benefits may 4 time r will serve a good end CHILD FALLS AND r Y V LOSES HER EYESIGHT MT STERLING Ky Oct HI Little Ollic Caywood 18monthsold daughter of Mr and Jlis Gano Cay woodnonI a table when site suddenly fell to the hoar Her herd struck heavily and wtiinerve in the back cC her head wa leftai isye lp be destroyed Time little one fiii5 kiirriedly picked up and brought to tai oily where a nexaminatiouqf j5 1i J v V r her injuries wsis made Dr Reynolds an eye specialist after lite examina pern1nuentljhilt said he did not think it wouldI fed tIll childs appearance Mr Xorris cattle buyer was here last weekand made many purchases among them IJ50 head of James M Bigstaff average weight 1500 pound at i cents loO of J T Highland average weight 1400 pound at cents and of Henry C Hall aver- Age weight 1410 lol1lHbat 0 cents These cattle were bought for the Bal timore market as were all the cal Morris purchased Mr YoB Greene purchased of Ben F Mark 40 cattle average 3400 pounds at the prevail lug pries There are yet snbout 1000 cattle fo rlbe export market unsold in this county WAREHOUSE SOLD LEXINGTON Ky Oct 3lTlleb- iggest business transaction engineer fid in Lexington in many months will be completed Monday when the finn papers in the sale of the Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Com pany will be signed according to a wellauthenticated story current Sat urday night The led involves an exchange of from 95000 to 100 000 and has been under consideration for several weeks pastIThe purchasers of this building which is the largest tobacco ware house in the world is the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company ofj Louisville which owns eight of the twelve similar houses doing business in that city and which is known as the largest warehouse company in the tobacco business handling mil lions of dollars worth in a year BUYS OUT 7 NEWS STAND Mr Walter Bean Has Purchased Stock and Good Will From Mr henry Phillips Mr Waller Bean has purchised rom Mr Henry Phillips the news and- lilatgazine stand now at the Phillips drug store Mr Bean takes posses ion Tuesday morning He will handle all the leading papers and magazines MIi Phillips has conducted the store for many years and tins built up a god patronage which Mr Bern hop = is to keep and to increase The price aid is private m mum FOR THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Mr W R Sphar Has Been Made Secretary and Treasurer at First Baptist ChurcheSunday morning Mr W It Sphar was elected secretary and treasurer of the First Baptist Sunday school in the place of Mr A 1 Ecrp win resigned NEW fURNACE fOR lHE CHURCH One of Latest Make is Being Install ed at the First Baptist Church on Fairfax A new furnace is being installed in the First Baptist church It is one o fthe latest improved makes and will heat tlteJmilding better than tin old one The work of inslrlling tit heating plant wlil he completed before the meeting which will be conducted by Rev 1 W Porter of Lex ington begins + tL2= 5rMONTANA HORSESDO SELL WELL The sale of Montana horses conducted by Mr G C Wharton Saturday at the Broadway stockyards was slow and but Six of them were sold Thirtynine were offered foi sale maul those that were sold brought prices ranging from 70 to 105 FARM SOLD- J Howard Watts auctioneer sold Saturday at the ccourthouseOr P4ur slew and Bnsl the old Berkley rfarm of 80 acres near Bccknerville to W1nJ7 1 rs 3 i NEW TOBACCO WARLHOUSE Which is Being Erected at Broadway Stockyards Will Be Ready Next WeekI The tobacco warehouse which is being erected at the Broadway stock iifllebe ready to receive tobacco by the lirst of next week The home will be used by Stewart Taylor who are buying tobacco in this county STREET CAR IS AGAIN Rm NING EIC31triC ed The damages to the dynamo at the power plant which runs the street car has been repaired and Monday afternoon the ear was started again The dynamo has been in commission for nearly nine years and this is the first trouble the company has ex perienced with it About two weeks ago one of the field coils burned out It 1i85 replaced but owing tot he worn condition of the other coils it was necessary to supply the machine with all new coils which took ei ell days to get here REV E C l WATTS- COMPLIMENTED Whitesburg Eagle Extends Welcome in Behalf of Town to Native of Clark County Rev Eil C Watts has been sen by the Methodist Conference to take charge of time church at Whitesburg The Eagle of that town publishes tin following sketchof hini Mr Watts the pastor oi the M E church South at Wlritcsburg and Col son is at native of Clark county Ky After a few yerrs spent in the district schools of his county he became asosciatod with a linn of contractor Iud builders of which his father was gainlingleaching which profession ho follow ed for throe years mudding a first class cerliticrte Not being satistiec with his training he entered Kentucky Wesleyan College in 1906 taking tin course leading to the A B degree graduating in the class of 1010 It was while in college that he vas conI Vince that he was called into tin 1SeptcmhNsame year was of the Bcaltyville and Campion June tion Mission At the annual confer ence which met at Paris in 1900 In was asain assigned to this field when he served until sent to this place We extend ITaUs a cordial wel come monA u- sSUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION Is Being Held Monday Tuesday and Wednesday51 Register to Mon day Noon Monday was the first day for till supplcmcntil registration Those who were out of town on time regular reg istration ela or were sick and unable to lcgi teliHIC the right to register either Monday Tuesday rir Wednes day At noon Monday JJ2 Democrats hixl registered 17 Republicans and 2 IndependentsPOLICECOURT The old boys hacr their round in tho police court Saturday night and on of them i Luke Mprjjanv for theirs iiimb f uuZJllis Ava to the Iullins r lif tF 71 House where he spent Saturday night anti Sunday Morgan awl Boss CSry who Ire both about liO fell out over a small money matter Saturday Morgan vas employed by Cary and when it came to the settling time Cary refused to pay Morgan wluit he thought was due him Morgan in stead of proceeding time right way to collect his money storied a fight which cost him f1010 in police onrt Ed Guy and Ottirley Bates tw Mher olcldues fell out over money matters Saturday afternoon also and Guy almost hit off Bastes upper lip Bates was proven in the wrong lion ever and besides having to carrya- bad lip he will have to spend several weeks in the Mullins House SELLS FARM FOR 36000 Mr E S Cunningham Saturday sold his fa nn near L S Eo Irnction containing about 200 acres to Mr Albert StolVr of Montgomery county for 3G00- 0NFVf PlAY BY THE COLLEGf tt Will Be Put on in November Unde the Directions of Professor Dal gety Encouraged 13 the success of pas efforts the college is hsUd at workor a new amateur play This play is a usual for the benefit of tic Atldetir AssociiitiiTn It includes the bes talent of town and will he well up tc the standard that has been set by th otner plays put on under its direr tion Professor Dalgety will agjin hav charge of the work nod hopes to dup lie ate 01 even excel the former plry in merit of rendition He takes boh of the new play with the added ex perience derived from a successtu summer engagement with the Vaugh an Glasses Company which played ii tho now 700000 playhouse in Rocbr ester X Y The play selected is ocfr ty ft1 comedy of the time of Ute Napoleon ic period It is blight sparkling ani fullof quaint situations and humor It was written for and acted by OJH of the foremost stars of the America strgc The title of the piece is Phoebe Romaneu in Quality Street The play will be nppIolli tel staged and oostumed Tt will appeal the latter part of November AUDITORIUM Keeping up the stndnnlof qual ity the Auditorium theatre will present on Monday and Tuesday night a sbqofmore than ordinary merit two star acts and two only audiseo pictures will appeal headlined Lillian Carson S Company presenting The Maid of the Grot la in spec trcular and transformation dances They carry their own special scenery use gOrgeous effects and magnificent costumes Another stir net on tin 11111is Paris Bros in their comcd skit NoodloNoodlc This net is un doubtedly ono of the funniest acts on the American stage mid has always caused a riot where they have aP erred Those failing to see tin big show at the small price of ad mission 10 emits will have something to regret SELLS FARM FOR 3575 racy Stokely agents for ih1 Charles Hadl v Saturday sold to Mr Ilirvey Royally his farm on the Van Meter pike containing 17Ms acres foi l57i Doe your girl love you Asl Gallano at the opera house Novem her 1st DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Julia Wilcox Mrs Julia Wilcox aged 79 died at lice residence at Hunt Saturday oi r fLnwryat Thomas burial ground Margaret Stivers Margaret Livers 8 years old daughter of 1m mid Mrs J Ernest Stivers diecOjl lierresidence in Jackson Sunday n1 nin4 ofitjphoid fever nItifmv hnTl lll V t iFAMOUS AUTHOR ID item- Opie Read Humorist anal Philosopher Will Deliver Lecture on Old LimII Jucklin at the College The following ten reasons arc giv en for the success of Opie Bead as a Lyceum lecturer 1 He is with one possible ex ception the author of more widely read hook than any other living American author 2 He is one of the most sought for and best paid contributors to current periodicals it His name is familiar to most of the lecturegoing public of every town and city 4 He is easy to advertise f He was one of the best drawing attractions on many of the lar gest courses this past season ti lie not only gets the crowd he pleases them 7 Ho does not tell old jokes or rehash other memos ideas 8 lie appeals with equal fascina ion to all classes of people 9 He knows whereof he spcakf or he hats taken many courses in the university of experience 10 He is one celebrity whom you an depend unon to fill his dates at he appointed time Mr Head is to appear in a lecturi m Old Lim lucklin at Kentucky Wesley fin college on the evening oi November 4 POLICE WILL BE OUT IN FORCE Police Chief McCord Intends to Have No Defacing of Property on Mon day Night Chief of Police MeCord will have tis entire fore tint Monday night tc Droli ct property and see that till Halloween parties are orderly lit tated Monday morning that he inItended to put a stop to the of property nnd other rowdy and un railed for sport engaged in by incr and Dogs Oil this night He has in truced his men to arrest and plat in ial any one found defacing or dc stroying property in any way WOODMEN OF AMERICA Tie Modern Woodmen of Americ will hold a special meeting in their room in time Fraternity buildiiij Monday night Business of import ance will be transacted mill also work of the team OPERA HOUSE takclIlfromwill appear at the Winchester house on Saturday night operaI Time House of a Thousand dles was the bill at the opera house matinee and night Saturday at1I pleased two goodsized audiences im menselyThe story from which the h wrought out in itself an entertaininJ1- one without being in any sense p strong story suffers little if any ir the dramatization and in the hand COJIlP1nY1iwell as the imperturbable taciturn resource ful butler of the house of Glenarm the man with a pret to conceal and r vivid and dramatic present to enact All other dramatis nersonatc revolve about Bates and his activities throughout a story that contains many a thrill The part was com petently taken by George D Winn who while suffering in comparisor with the eminent and talented E SI Holland nJio last essayed it in Lex ington nevertheless portrays it ad mirably and to the critic who neve had the pleasure ofseeing Mr 1101 land he would be more than accept able Miss Eosabelle Leslie who played the part of Marion Dcvereraix unto tunately was suffering seriously from the prevailing malady that usually attends the first autumn cold wave and was aiblc to sneak her lines only with great difficulty s0 great was her hoarsenessJrck lnr was done by Donald Gregory who with his jolly Irjsh ffiici Larry Dbnovau pdrtrnyed y o J I Joseph Belmont put on a realistic and rousing oldtime North of Ireland scrap in the third act when the croowed minions of the law attacked the Glenarm home for the purpose ofII dishonestly dispossessing Jack jrtrm of his grandfathers mansion The piece throughout is thrilling enough to rouse both the gallery and excitementImore 8 one es a decidedly good taste in the month of its auditors at the close AEROPLANE SHIPMENTS Take Their Place in Foreign Trade Statistics For First Time tlwlfirstit necessary to make a permanent place in their tables for aeroplane and airship exports according to Consular reports to Washington flat ing the month of September shipment of this nature anointed to 21120 fund in the previous month to 33S70 WRIGHTS ARE COMMENDED IIACKg SACK X 1 Oct 31 The Ministerial Union of Hackenwick adopted resolutions Sunday com mending Wilbur and Orville Wright for refusing to allow their employes to fly their aeroplanes on Sunday The Secretary was instructed to send a copy of the resolutions to the Wrights OHIOAN IS DROWNED WHEELING 1151a Oct 31 While crossing the river Sunday evening at Moundsville in a skiff lames Downing was drowned and hh three companions had narrow escap es when the craft caplized Pownina wr a resident of South Bellaire Ohio AMERICAN AMBASSADOR KidMEXICO CITY Oct 1Wlmer shown a telegram concerniv time kid lumping of Grace Kolph of Pender Nebraska American Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson said Sunday night he lord no information on tit subject Miss Rolph was kidnaped Thursday by a Mexican peon llamel1r Sognnda on a ranch near Mexico where she had heed spending the summer KILLEDBYiFRIEND TIIOMASVILLE Ga Oct 31C- Prince was shot and killed hen Sunday afternoon by C W Byrd win for a long time had been his doss friend Byrd surrendered andsuit he fired in selfdefense SHOT BY A BURGLAR CHICAGO Oct 31Guy William ii insurance man was shot and killer at his home ba burglar Sunday tight Williams heard the burglar er taring the house through a windov and attempted to intercept him The intruder escaped NAUTICAL ALMANAC FIGURES Great Care Exercised In Preparing Tables for the Guidance of the Sailor 1It may be safely said that no onp outside the publishing office has read the entire Nautical Almanac from beginning to end but each figure of the printed almanac Is in the office examined twice and read three times The total number of figures exceeds a million but great as the number Is It is trifling compared with the num her of calcublations as the almanac figures represent bare results only The moon for instance requires for its calcula Hall more than a million and a half of figures and similarly with other branches of the work such as the sun the planet etc Contrary to the gen eral opinion practically every figure iIn the book is fresh from year to year The tables from which nearly ali the work is calculated have been trig inally constructed from the labors of the astronomical observer and to a larger extent from the observations of the sun moon and planets made at the Royal observatory Greenwich Tel appllIwork of the staff Is purely mathemat leal and not observational From The Sailors Bible In the Strand Worth the Those timid men RiskItious about showing tion to their wives in the feat that their continuance will be expected ought to be brave enough to try it once and take a chance dzrarr xtI yr iiJ tL s J WEATHER Fair Tonight and Tuesday Warmer Tonight LISLE WILL CASE BEGINS Sp Courtisof Lancasterr The special term of the Clark Circuit Court was begun Monday morn ing Time term was called for tilt purpose of trying the Lisle will tasty in which Mrs Esther Couchman and others seek to break the will of Mi lisOtInl1dWalker of Lancaster has bcc 1np pointed by the Governor It will take the entire week and probably rtC next week to hear Hie testimony- monday morning was consumed in selecting the jury and immediately after the noon adjournment thcTit jtorneys for both sides stated the ease Following are the jurors sclented QliITHnggaldJoe Berryman J C Gilln pie tLSkinnier W K IlHlin Chjc Iladlev C H Adams K E Fox- FLANAGAN Miss May Stepp who has heron sid with diptheria is improving Miss Margaret Bradley of Win Chester visited at the tometf Jif r nephew Mr J II King from SunNY until Monday l Joe May and wife and jhjl JVhercs Mr Shermrn Owen of IariSrsiHl last Sunday with his sister rS j IL King Mrs W J Watts and MrsJ P McDonald of Mooresville spimi1tt Wednesday at the home of Dunujn lfo Cole Mnhone and Dan In3kotiTr tended court at Mt Sterliug lust Monday Mrs Ida Gamboe and little lieicV Elizabeth Insko are visiting cliiiivCg at Lexington Edd Filhford of Winchester visited r lit lhfr4 and friends here last Sliiutniiul1 Monday Mess Barney Dailey is very sick with fever Mrs J IT King was called to Lex in lon recently on account of the slid den death of her father Mr Owcjii Most of the people here have soli their tobacco for 12 and 12V cent D S Powell bought n pair of trniles in Middletown last week for a711n11 ELKIN Mrs George Goodrich and Mrfi Jim Foster find little son EmmerSQ1 of Lexington returned hohic Friday after a pleasant isit with liar sister and brother ilrs Alice Blyo 1l1dh Roger Hardv- Mr and Mlrs Jim Eubank attcsitjcd the funeral of her sister Mrs Eah White at Lexington Elidaym muss Essie Hodgkin visited fricnns in Winchester for several days Prof Thompson closed hits Jjcliiol on account of diptherin and scaHet feverMiss Sallie Hodekin is on the Riek list Mrs Alice Rlyc was time nuctstatf Mrs J It Lisle Sunday Mr Charley Eubank of MisSpurii5i the pleasant guest of hid relative Mr Jesse Hodgkin and Mr Tom Lisle Mrs Alice Blye was visiting rric1ids in Winchester Friday and Saturi try Brother Vanderpool of Richmond preached at the Elking church Sim day morning and Sunday night IMPORTANT NOTICE v 11i TO COLORED VOTEBS jotAllcut Colored Political ClulMiro liortiby called to meet at Bates grocery to night at 730I i 0tV BATES President WM COPIIER Secretary Always Men Enough V It is seldom hard to find a succes sor for even a great man Baltlmof American TOO LATE IB CUSSIFK BlOUUI WANTED A first grade niilch cows Call ionic phone 848A 103131 gist jJ M1 Fane Two THE WINCHESTER NEWS 41 1PESTER NEWS e I J An Independent Newspaper 1 Published by i The Winchester News Cory Innornqrated I i ImCCJ 10911 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky t ljDally Except Sunday B- OEnteredas secppdrclass matter JI November 28 1908 at the postoffice Iiiin Winchester Kentucky under the of Much 3 1879 i Bftk Phontt Hi IL r SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one 300N year M fli Six Months 150 N Ome Month 2 5 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Z DisplayPer Inch I One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 300 it Four weeks 4 times a week 240 weeks three time sa week 180 itur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one lime a week 75 Reading NoticesPer Line i Business notices body type 7cPure reading news heading 15c IiThree continuous insertions of same at double the onetime rate ClassifiedPer Word IIfOle insertion any edition lo Three insertions coutimiously 2c Each three additional insertions10 IIODe calendar mo continuously lOc g counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for Illess4han 25 cents i1 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE mw1H J 1 GENERAL OFFICES t NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN All THR PRINCIPAL i MONDAY OCTOBER 311910 iTHEtEXINGTON ELECTION iThe campaign for the Commission i Form of Government is on in full blast in Lexington The last legis lature passed an act allowing cities oi1 the second class to vote on peti t tion whether they would adopt the If commission form or not More than h8lttttlic voters of Lexington asked bypetition that the question be sub mitted in November II lookedat first lis if everyone favored it mal that it would carry easily 1Iltieian have become alarmed and JUT i riots making strenuous efforts to de fcat it We arc afraid they will bt strong this time but ofeoWsl rLexington will linalty adOrit it The great Cry of the omionents of ihe Commission Form is that it is un democratic because it puts out of r business a large number of officers eu H does lessen the list of election of ficers but we cannot understand why hat makes the measure any less r p Dfjmoeratic1 Jn Lexington the Yotel 11elCct the gllayor in Winchester they x do4n jfifls not one city government a democratic as the other The Ctiriiimssion Form cuts oil inueh oft time red tape It gets away from the politicians It concentrates t power illn few and concentrates re sptjjisibility also so that the votes 1cantell what officer does or does not hurti inn Form has given a 8 leper municipal government vlierev dlWm1lMil tried11re trust that = the voters of Lexington will adopt it next November and show all other KatrfiVCities the advantages 1PERRYGRAPHS ail Tliiilghienever just even When it is gofld tithes for the producer itloJ s hild tide for the consumer It ionly a unit time until the rrv cdjttrifoy njijbc saved oncv way or the other IDtarThose patriots who think that the Uilefemt of the RooSevelt ticket iu New JIsYorJi ii onld be the political mlof Colonel do not know the man lI anything about the principles that he staifcls for r 1 aFor more than a week we hay eJ i WINCHESTER LUMBER INCORPORATED CO tcleblaphItwo our pro 1O more Dr Wash Stiller of this city and Miss Annie Gnadinger of Cyu thiana Dr Miller was au independ ent thinker and a philosopher Vig orous of mind he always hdopin ions of us own yet he WHS courteous gild kind a ntrekyCntrekyrgeutleinan Miss Onadiiiger was born iri this city iud we knew her from a child She liiul lint arrived at matme Avoman hood leer diameter was noble and Jeer thoughts were pure We cannot make it preachment over the loss of there two friends We dont know lion All we eau say is that our sor row is greater than we can express NOTICE V7inehi stcr Shaving Parlor will close at 1030 Saturday night op n 7MO to 3050 Sunday morning ljK Cabal Proprietor Coal for the winter is cheaper now than it 1vil1 be two months later Rovsc Boone 10273t THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE iINCMONDAY AND terTUESDAY NIGHTS October 31 ard November i LILLIAN CARSON CO insdances Special Scenery Geor- geons Electrical Effects and Magnificent Costumes PARIS BROS In their laughing skit- NOODLENOODLE IAfeature act on any bill 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES SHOW EACH NIGHT lHouse open 730 show starts J8 oclock House thoroughly heatedMatinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seats RATLIFFiPROPRIETORS r COURT DAYS IICOUNTY of the days county courts are held each month in coun lies near Clark county Anderson Lawrenccburg 3rd Mon dayBath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday MondayClark Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cyiithiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owen ton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo clay Shelby Shelhyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Mondnv STOMACH DISTRESS IS fNDfO FOREVER indignation Stomach Gas Heart burn or Dyspepsia Will Be Relieved in Five Minutes Take your sour outoforder stom uhnr niiiybe you call it Indiges tion Dv5ujpsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomiiohj it doe nt matter takej S i FINISH OFF YOUR PIAZZA i fwitlfour columns rails balusters etc trlhcand more solid as well Come here in fact for all of the better class of mill work We always have plenty of ev cry variety on hand and or a quality which time only brings outito greater advantage 3 MANUFACTURING r youItotpen a 50cent case of apes Din pepsin and lot you eat one 22jrrain Triciifftilc and see if within five ninI utes there is left any trace of your former misery The correct name for your trouble is Food Fermentationfood souring the Digestive organs become weak there is lack of gastric juice your tood is only half digested and yoi become affected with loss of appetite ressure and fullness after eating vomiting nausea heartburn gripinpj ofIgas headache nervousness dizziness tr many other similar symptoms- If your appetite is fickle and notli ing tempts you or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating o your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach you eau make up yotn mind that at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food Prove to yourself in five minute that your stomach is as Todd as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin cU ofIor misery Almost il1t ant relief is waiting for yon It is merely a matter of how oou you tike a little Diapepsiu Public Salet I viiiIll my hue and lot on Ken roilJy Xiivombci 7th rouse piped foe r is TIM nis of sale made known on tLiv or ale Mrs Rattle Patterson ANNOUNGfM Nr = IJcginning Saturday October fit ue will close at 1010 p m anti open Sunday morning from 7 a in until 1030a in and charge lo cents for a shave on Sunday until 1030 After 10JO 25 cent- JOhINSON JANUARY 10281 3yIOla a firm You get the best materials a yonf13ouue lO H FORfJEDTO LEAVE HOME rIJ v Every year a larapmtlnlur of poor tlifierevs wlinso lunirs retire and Backed ntli conchs ate ufecd to go another liiq ts Ijtit this is costly pndMiot tilii 4ore Thttil1 betI DiId Nelson yf tuUlthwJ w len all else failed and ricaiucd 17 ground ii IIIiowe their lives mid health to 11 ilrj positively giinmttlood for Coughs Colds t Grigpe Asthma Crougl9 Throat and Luuir troubles JOe and allItlnrtl t Ri dIwhen we Fee a little bit of a man with a great big look of lisgisst on his faceGalveston Trilto A Bird Sanctuary qiI life ctistom d rirfgi gVftnmer months to leave the ventilating panes open In the old church Jit Hanistall Ridwane Staffordshire A robin tookI advantage of this lately and net in the wooden case of the organ behind tho false pipes where it did rioj harm to tho iustrnniont It wnsit ting whrn discovered ogre was allowed for this once to hate clod rear its brood one solitary chicle A few leaves of on old prayer liool formed part of the nest The hen sntqtiUo steadily during the service and took no notice of the organ Jut the cock would not face the congregation and only ventured to nnpear at the win tows with food In Ills bill lint did not dare to come in A thrush also built in a low lairel bush at the church door where every one looked into it but the hors all agreed it must not be and the eggs hatched quite safely Field Says the =Love your neighbors You can al ways get more out of them that way 11 Winchester Opera House SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 5th THE ONLY DRAMATIC NOVEL IN MANY SEASONS That Whiiuiscally Humoroir and Entirely Fascinating Play The House of a Thousand Candles IDrauiatixccl From MEREDITH NICHOLSONS Novel of the Same Name All the Famcnsuiid Mysterious Scenes luchuinsr THE ODD OLD MANSION ROOM OF HOLLOW WALLSIMYSTERIOUS NOISES APPARTIION OF OLD SHOT FROM NOWHERE THE SECRET PASSAGE- A Carefu ly Selected Company Prices 50 75 and 1 Matinee 230 Children 25 Adults 50c Seats on Sale btrodes Drug Store Work Wonders for Large Figures ITheReduso greatly improves well developed and gIVes support where most needed durableIinches Prig 300 upwards to 1000 BQ1dat all Store Everyxvhqrfe ffEINGARTZNBSOS Mskcr 34th St at roadway New York Ptffl iff IMI Send Us Your Laundry and we will fix it up like this Winchester Laundry Co touched Clark Countya oiiI 1 COllstruction CompanyINCORPORATED We are more thorughly oequipped than any plant in Kentucky to construct and repair all kinds and conditions of roadsI public or private streets or alleys Crushed and building stone always on saleIConcrete side walks laid economically and satisfaction guaranteed Give US8 Trialt 1 J j p reeling a Part By REGINALD D HAVEN Copyright by American Press Association I never did but one good net in my life said the old counterfeiter There wasnt much credit in it to me but it was productive of a lot of happiness to others It occurred many yours ago ami as I now a very old man mill have a very long troubled life to look back upon including several terms in the penitentiary it stands out frost there tor my acts in odd contrast It was in the summer of 1ST 9 that several of us got together in a north ern city and manufactured a number of twenty dollar counterfeit bills As soon as we had finished the job we destroyed the outfit divided the bills anti started for different parts of the county to put them out on the public wy setlion beingrtlio south Boarding one of the oracU steamcrs of that day started for New Orleans In order the better to impose on people dress id myself in ministerial black 1111 wore a white cravat had been an r ctor anti could personate a clergyman or any one else for that matter to Perfect ion The main cabin of the steamers run ring on the Mississippi river in those days when the table was not set for meals vas occupied principally for gambling Poker sevenup euchre and other games were played though the parties playing were not large and of ten two persons only occupied a table was sitting on the guards one day when a negro came out of the cabin wringing his hands Whats the matter boy I asked Mars done gone lose me to a rig pickanhtniesI1 found that Ills master a planter hail taken him to Cairo as his body servant was returning had lost all the money he had with him at earls staked his darkerCud lost him too went into the cabin where the plant er and the trader were settling up the planter being at the moment occu pied in making out a hill of saIe for the slave beg your pardon sir I said to the planter On account of my vocation am opposed of pulse to earl Ming in soy form but dislike ex ceedingly the separation of families I understand that you hire lost your negro would be pleased to lend you the money to win him lunch The gentleman accepted the offer brought out some new crisp hills lust from the press and the game started aiiew It was euclire soon saw that the gambler could go on winning from the trader all day If he liked for the former was perpetrating one of the commonest tricks on him that is turning lack In other words when he dealt he would always turn up a knave for himself Seeing this and other cheating interfered I told him that had learned the game before becoming a clergyman and in sisted on taking the planters place Since was backing the latter he was matterIbefore becoming a clergyman but all the tricks that went with it sod thatIeyes negro at ed me into the cabin and was standing watching the game with bulging eyes it was hard for use to keep a straight face playing as J was a supposed min ister of the gospel with counterfeit money tad doing as neat bits of t him blerigging as had ever been prac ticed on that palatial steamboat The negro trader was not a professional ard sharper though he didnt hesitate to cheat the planter and never dream 2d that the somber man before him in t spotless white necktie was placing the cards exactly where he wanted them Of course soon woil the darky for his master Then arose from the table delivered a homily on the sin of gambling and returned to the guards was followed by the planter who said to iue- remit me sub to say to yo that yore the first man of the cloth that has eveh obtained my unbounded re spect sub Yo have saved my boy sub from hiiiiig separated from his wife and children an tract foe which would have been to blame have sutlicicnt intluence sub to control nI call to the hint Baptist church of Mississippi If yo will accept it it shall be yos with a fat salary- thanked the gentleman for hiof for but declined it When we roughed his landing he insisted so heartily upon my visiting him at his plantation that consented was mnde Welcome by his fondly and the wife and children of the negro 1 had saved from the trader came to the house with tears in their eyes to thank the I was a good looking young fellow in those days and could see that trade an impression 5utj jme of the planters daughters had everv thing at my disposal to perpetrate rascality might choose t lAuld IUI till planters indorsement which enable me to dispose of my green good and I believed I could win his daughter did neither For a brief season enjoyed the sensation of being a line fellow During diet time permitted myself to feel time part just as an actor will feel the character he is personal ing Then when it was over depart ed resisting with dillicnlty the proachful look of the girl who favored me and as soon as was on another boat was again a dog of1 counter t lte- ry V s y j Winchesters Ltadinj Dry bryI r iC l Q iiA K IS Cloaks From- Americas I ffi Largest Suitro NwU w r J to Factory w w You Will Be Charm tz Ii ed With COATS These 4Notaste you will he sure t of finding among these famous style a model yourindividual Theyre easy fitting comfortable coots that you will elat home in Theyre mule of depend b able cloths11arantecdl- inings strictly man tailoredand finished perfectlyYou fail to like them Theyre serviceable goods too And the prices arc extremely modestPrices 500 to 3000 udgefor oV The Curry Dryr GoodsCo Winchester Ky ore Satisfied With Snail Fronts Has yoii girl gone back on you Ask Gallatio at opera hun November 1s- tCapital r MOO OOP Undivided Profifs200OOO THE Winchester Bank OF WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSOONPresident W R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS PhilosophyI the air that were ever piled far better for comfort and for use than the dungeons in the air that we daily dug anti caverned out by grumbling discon touted people A man should make life and nature happier to u or lie had better never been born Ralph tWaldo Emerson r i f t T L = THE WINCHESTERNEWS Page Three lf usiasmValues s 1 Qualities That Will Merit Your Approval The first snow of the season came last week It is a hint that Jack Frost is upon us Each department of this i great store has added its quota to the great assortment of seasonable merchandise i Readymade Department f1 We have the finest line ofCoat Suits Skirts and Shirt Waists in Winchester You must see this seasonable stock before you go elsewhere All the I popular colors in the very latest style cuts You can buy suits to meet your purse Come and inspect our stock it Blankets Its blanket buying time Bed coverings that keep out the cold these chilly nights We have an i 1assortment of new and splendid values in Blanketsr J r 11and Comforts i i j CLIFTONB ROSSOpp Court Winchester I 1 ltt9A s SOCIETY t hFine Daughter t rs Ralph IIess are be SatLa Elizabeth Mrs Hess was Miss iftabel Shipp before her marriage f lMr John M Cluke of Princeton ephew of the lode Col K Si hike is visiting his sister Mrs Strossniau laid other relatives gl Miss Golden nay is visiting Miss tMla Trimble in Ml Sterling A Ghastly Enoch Arden flKvc night of Ihlloveiii was dark With mane a nindv eland The withered leaves were white with frost lie silveredul Ins shroud And left the mossy slab upturuedj The churchyard gate ajar And crept towards a cottage pane That glimmered like a star She mourns me by a lonely hearth Tn words of woe he sighed And stooping pushed with bony 11IlltlsI vines aside The crimson curtains draped apart Revealed the ruddy glow Of amber grate and ruby globes And candles hit lIIin low The First of the Seasons i We have just received the first shipment of J Miss Hollidays 4 t Made Candies Packed in I II and V Pound Boxes The finest purest and most delicious candy you can buy Strictly in a Class by Itself Another of Our Famous Quality Lines DONT FORGET THE PLACE T Both Phones No 40 But in his place a figure tall Above her beruty bent So low that curls of chestnut gold With raven locks were blent The spirit from another world Behold the joy of this When on her lips the stranger pressed A long bethroHial kiss Arrange unearthly moaning swelled Along the chilly breeze A wavering shape was seen to pass Like mist between the trees The moon among the scudding clouds Unveiled her sliver faccIAnd saw the mossy churchyard slab Fall softly into place Mr and Mrs W K Petty are vis icing in Lexington Messrs Stanton Ford and Charles Il1akof Louisville visited here Sunday Miss ninth Scott of Lexington is visiting Mrs John Clelland Miss Ilanndi Hodgkin visited her sister Mrs Jesse Boude in Lexington Sunday Mr and Mrs Prewitt Harris spent from Saturday until Monday in Lex ington Mrs Gyppie Simpson and Mrs Marry Thompson spent Sunday with Mrs Ernest Bean in the county Miss Nettie Porter of Lexington spent Sunday in this city Miss Lowell Hankin of Lexington visited Miss Sara Tracy Sunday Mr George Winu of the Mouse of a Thousand Candles eolnpr ny is visiting his aunt Miss Lucy AVinn The play will appear at the Winches opera house Saturday night Illr Ii Bertie Young of Lexington from Saturday until Monday with her sister Mrs R C Prcwitl- Mr annl Mrs Uarmond hillo ISeasonable Underwear It is underwear buying time We carry hand I finished underwear in all seasonable weights and materials in separate pieces or union suits r Hosiery vf We carry the well known Knotair Hosen w the kind that is guaranteed for six months You can get it in medium or heavy weights We Give S H Green Trading Stamps House Ky Home MacNeill Weathers Becknerville are being congratulated on the birth of a fine boy Saturday 1lullMrs a Addie Smith of Bon1 hon county and Mrs John T Hedges of Parish visited Mrs II 0 Thomas Friday Miss Ella Gillis lieh entf Sunday in Shelbyville Mr and Mrs J Woodward arci moving to the Wilson property on Broadway Mrs Sallie Early of Connelton Jnd is theBblieilaughtcr Miss Clara Early Col T G Stnrrt has returned from a business trip 4o NOW York Messrs R II Pony Louis Wood ford and Virgil Browning have re turned from a fishing trip il Clliise Ferry Laurel county They had splendid success Miss Maye Barrow of Mt Ster EudiIDUNCANVARNER Judge J IT Evans Monday mornini married Mr D B Duncan and hiss Ella Yarner of Bath county in the of- lice of County Clerk J A Boone IIf you wjMit to be successful ask Gallano at the opera house Novem heL1st Must Have Harmony Now said the architect who was putting the finishing touches upon Mr Nurichs new residence what color do you prefer for the parlor decora tions Oh theyve got to be red replied Nurich My wifes got a red plush photograph album that always set on the parlor tableThe Catho lic Standard and Times fl New or AutumnI Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chain Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 S- etsBbsBald winSign of Big Wath 54 S Main St t WINCHESTER KY REACHING THE TOP in any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain With out health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and en riches the blood tones and invigo rates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your drily work After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man 50c at all druggists P rteCarriageA graceful dignified carriage un doubtedly sets off beautiful clothes There Is little use in having them if we cannot set them off In that way But the old clothes the simple plain everyday clotheswhy not give them that same benefit Better the aim plest clothes with a fine carriage than the most elaborate clothes with an awkward carriage One forgets that the clothes are plain If the figure in side them is carried with grace dig nity and poise One can even forget It figure that is far from perfect in proportion and a face that has no claim tq beauty To carry oneself well morning noon and night indoors and outdoors is to make the most of all the beauty one possesses to make others forget the beauty that does not exist and to make the best impression possible everywhere That is surely worth while KILLS A MURDERER- A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels prcevcntiug that clogging that invites appendi citis curing Constipation Headache Biliousness Chills 25c at all drug gists Similarity In Proverbs The well known old proverb One swallow does not make a spring is indigenous to England Germany and Russia but in the sunny South it takes the form One flower does not make a garland In Italy we find lIe who grasps all gets less in France He who embraces too much binds badly and in Northern Europe Grasp all lose all r If SATISFACTIONWe Guarantee You ABSOLUTE SATISFACTIONon every transaction The line of goods we carry Back Up The Guarantee C H BOWEN f JewelerOpticianand 29 5 Main St WINCHESTER KY A Hoosiers Home Grown Opinion Theres no man thats quite so cocky and selfconceited said the sand dune philosopher as the chap who is always patting himself on the back because he doesnt like pawsChicago Tribune raWI Going in for Fruit The fad of running fruit farms Is daily gaining popularity among Eng Hh women says the Daily Mall and many prominent women are taking up- the study and setting out orchards and groves of fruit tI Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 51000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly- and carefully to sM business entrusted to us J D Simpson Ires A H Hampton Cashier- T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have teen in this business Jm Winchester for many years and have learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anYbodYelseii COAL SUPPLY CO r 1s I s I t j J rP dn i t u lfJ p r e3 u orpapp Fnr rr ucTH WIN HESTER NEWS = t x I t atfI ayfaj 4u 1ysj tap dh Aa fSvDd 3tioA aifJr L J u iI During the month 01 November I am going to givei 0mY customers an opportunll to buy llienIv WINTER MerchandiseStoreAlldBeollvillced y Come I I 1 3000 yards Outing Cloths in light and dark patterns sell every where Special at 10 to November 126c Price I I I 2500 yards Apron Special Gingham November in Price all checks arid colors I 1 IUtility Dress Special Ginghams November sell everywhere Price at lOc per yard I I I 104 Bleached Special Sheeting November Price I I I 10 4 Unbleached Special SheetingrNovember Price Bed Ticking for feathers a good one I I IAnloskeag Special November Price I 1II Alabama Shirting Cotton November in all Price checks and colors I IIIIope I I ydj L 5CYd iCyd fifO6O 25cYc1 22 2vdCyd M I 1 jBleached Cottons from 5cper yard up Bleached Cotton- I Special November Price I I grown Cottons Special November Price I I 54 Table Oil Cloth Special November Price 7 yd CYd 5I7c 8c d 15eyd i Just reeeiveda new line ot Towels9 Table Linei1ls Bed Spreads Lace Cu tains Rugs and Whdow Shades See Us Before Buying Elsewhereo 11Special prise on Bed Comforts and Blankets Ve carry a full line of Blankets ranging in price from 1 IplrI5C to 5OO per yellowlAi250 I 1 IUndcrwearonlv8c SUitMens Heavy Fleece Lined per is the place to get your Winter IShoes in Men s9 Womens OF Childrens e COII1e to l1fle for Shoes l Ask to see The SenateSSolEi Ox a gusl1aniee oH 6 Goo4 lear or Ne Pail9 I CBear i Silk Fast Hose for Children regular value 25c special at only5C Ladies I have just received from the fac tory direct a new line of all wool PanamaI j skirts i9 Blael s Gray Navy Tan l I These skirts are cheap at 650 but I aID making a special price of 5CGkCome and s Tlnern I i To tIle people of Winchester and Clark County I solicit yow patronage throiili the medimoj r this advertisement You will find my stock of gesieFal merchandise complete and eaisa f in ewer re j spect to that carried fey assy merchant in the City and at lower prices than you call Mud elsewhere GOODSGUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED 1 r S r a i = vaierroiro 77r m OWiiN i t 4t 42 North Malo St S WINCHESTFI KYr- y rn l A w JIi j t t i t i l Jf f riar t m ITHE aioNE of our important duties in this is J point out to vOiM fellow to sp t Withe1tell you to buy r Schaffger J Jjt ri allwool perfectly tailored clothes is Aot s1 we have them to sell but because we really think theyre best for you and thats the reason we have them to se11 v Its fine when a man or a business concern can do f itself the greatest good by doing its neighbors the f greatest good Lr I rr Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes I Suits 20 to 30 Overcoats 1650 to 30 VIC BLOOMFIELD CO Vlinchester t KY OPERA HOUSE SPECIAL TT TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING NOV 1ST GALLANO citizenstLay community toI Hart Marx dpbecause WINCHESTER FEATURE ATTRACTION ReadihgHYnnotism SEE the Sensational Blind and Old Carriage TuesdayNovlSEE the Hypnotized Man Tuesday Night SEE the Struggle for Life Wednesday Night changeofAdmission IS and 2S eeraftSi CA1ARH SUFFERERS GOOD THING TO KNOW ill you now own a llyoniei hard rubber inhaler Phillip want you to yontfcftTls JU wifhjcgtllllhnii unec it Highome is put up in a Separate package and soul for all e nls to uQuoinmodntc the vast army 1onpeoplc who already own a ITy oinei iiihaler Phillips will sell it to you at that ILpi Mind give you the opportunity fo befrin at once to rid yourself ii viletatalrn 7iiid the siui fling hrwlc ing and spitting that go with it jManVjeojle through years of ne StloilhIpie unreasonably thiiik that one bol tle uf HYO IEl ought to eure hem No matter how chronic your ea tarrhal troubles 1YOlI1IIs guran teed by Phillips to cure them if you give it halt a chance lust brciirhe it that all and its healingi soothing antiseptic properties 4irjrinko you feel letter ii a day If you own an ioaaler get a 30 cent bottle of JIYOMEI today it you do trot own a Hyomei inhalei ask for a fLOU outfit which include j inhaler r ll be foiiftd nl Roy gr IJOUliU 3 JU273l RAIlROAD TIME TABLES EXlNGf ON EASTERN RY CO rime Card In Effect lure 2IJ9Q8 AABound No2 No Daily lD il finnt Pf i v jr Lujigton- Winchester 2ii5 Tdo- 305 812 I L Eo Junction 320 8 tb Clay City i50 005 Stnnton 358 9iO Cauiptoi Tiiucion HI J30 9 38 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 147 5fthe BoriityvHte Jnn 51O 1017 0 K Junction iIjllclo Jackson 00 H HI 610 1- 1oundun 2J- We b Atilt h 37 Ui45 Noil No3 Nof lIx JCnn Ciuh e Juekson 6 101 2 20 7 00 0 KJunc615 J 2 2ti 705 Atho164012J 7 30 Beaft jyUlo Jallcjc 07 3 20 7 me ij i L i I Torrent 4730j 341 815 Natural Bjidge J7 A5 3 uio SLti Campton Juno a74SI 357 828 Staaton 18154261 854 Clay City 825 433 902 934I 2IaHEARE MADEiDAILY iX SUKPAY J E Junclion Tiains Nos i3 will make connections withth lod 0 Ry for Jit Sterling 1111 Jlincti ri fitiinB fNos pibelIe Ky J C mtitan Jui tionTi ins Nos 4J r 3aLa 4j Will cfinnetJt w tlftlie Houuhxiu Central Ry for passengers rnnJ from Gatnpton Erjr 0 K Junction Trait ios3 0fKjHailwaymay stations MgrqASLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE jNonrrives 10 1G a mi cp rlid 19 a ta No 33 CincinnatiTacksojay lld united 1039 a IIi No MaysvilleStauford local dfh Cincinnati connection aV Paris pNom fd Ill7 p m Northbound tttWh- 1tO 34 AtlantaCincinnati Umited t57 a inrNo StanfordMaysville local iouuectioe H PmsJSrr Cincihnat7 ilue at 715 IcwesatJ22 a m tfo 38 KnoxvilleCincinnati lo arrives 248 departs 253 p m t J2 JTpksT1VmlJinni1 ij imited 558 p mIAll are daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Or Eastbound 25 Daily Ex Sun S3 a in No 22 Daily IJlfi p rn Jo 28 Daily Ps Sun fiCO p a No 24 Daily 10 p Wcstbouj r Xo 27 Daily Ex Hn r22 a 21 Daily 148 a In p11I10 23 Daily H 4T p in 1ITHE SPIDER AND THE FLY T RegardingVerses Moral for Children What a change has come over the cbildrenIverses of the hate ful horrid spider and the innocent little fly who used to be Invited to walk into his parlor and tempted by many allurements be there caught ruthlessly bound hand and foot and cruelly murdered What a moral les avathed e wages of sin Is death and ho who loveth the danger shall perbh initAs the French would Fay But how- e havo changed all that Now we ctIeharmlessto talk during the winter at least in tonestllolin summer when he bothered on rI real is one of the most deadly ene rjies that mankind has He is prob ably responsible for more sicknesss and death and especially among the childrenthose to whom he was held up once as an object lesson for sym pathy and an ethical warning in the agentWursquakes and floods cannot bo com shoedestructivenessIndependent r NEW POWERFUL MICROSCOPE Eis Enormous Magnification Is Attaine- WfthdiitFormer Blemishes Due to Optical Causes ere has boon exhibited before the Royal society of London a form of microscope the invention of Professor Gordon by means of which enormous magnification of an object can it Is stated be attained without the blem shies dui to optical causes that for merly marred such images We may suppose that the enlarged image of an objectis received from a microscopic lens upon a ground glass iccussing screen and that then another microscope is employed still further to enlarge the image so formed This Is of course quite feasible Uu grain of the glass would be magni led together with the image and would vitiate the result Professor Gordon uses a translucent screen of the finest possible texture and he causes it to ba kept in constant motion while the ject is being viewed or photographed Ry tills means the grain of tne screen is eliminated anti the greatly magnified image of the object alone seen Spec mens magnified to the extent of ten thousand diameters were shown as proofs of the efficacy of the meth- oadoptedHarpers d Weekly i = 1 MARKETS kr CHICAGO 1Oet 2i AYIIKAT Itsceut4 uunccileaiume thut at guy time during the lonjr decline thU uiy thing in te way ofII jermnnent up turn in prices or n natural hyJl market is out or the clucsiion lUlU riot lNllh a point UJICIC Wl l l1llr ltr with tlc rcpt of the world turdcl1 some surplus whert If to millin demand tttts active in all onarte iiifl suflieieilt to keep stocks from tcettmnhftiiijr there uiitrit beenter itfii purtseiiknt for buyer but the imilling sitnaHo in this conntiv liii fllI1tIiioH The early buyers here forcer o soirnt ht a loss before the elosrtl kIp CJljlrebound in price means lilt sjirtt to till Oltr1t is not time for new corn to ihovei The declining prices cer faintly inhl t it no inducement for eorr ihei17etltrtgdiitiuiltleriu their colt eld for tile yearr WJicu the crop 4 liflld enough of it will ftirj tnl t ogivc Cluengo n large move1 nifiit iiid air eennnilntiou of stack hut Vile present while local spurt hxIwd believe1 it is the opportunity for conservative traders to take the yen tntilillb1oCt11l late month on liaril chat CHICAGTT Oct WGatlIe He tiit401stoady beeves loOCo1 770 Texas steers 331vili0 west eni 4teetstackers anil fcodfrsllan3 AO cows and licit OIlu75orT80r CINCINNATI Oct 29CattleIt ceipts nil quiet fai rto loud ship pors 525Gi03eoltmtou 22C I52t nor Heeeijits 12o4 active ind 10 to cents higber butchers Mid shippers SSifj80 coimnon r782 Sheep Heceipts 114 tenthat f274 lambs steady a ii0i1iGiiO1TSOti ill filling weakness displayed in coin PROVISIONS Gelt says 7000 Sings as estimated and 10000 last vfcjr The trade is mixed as regard ihe action of packers in handling DICH1Illerofstnfl in their cellars ninth from high pnee ho- CIXCIXXATI o Oct 2UWllld- ens iilSe tacit linn OVjar le nUs Grit V2y iiWv rye linn S0i Sle provisions steady butler steady eggs firm 20730e per loz poultry steady springers lllic per lbl hens lie turkey IHe If you have lost your sweetheart ask Galhno at the opera house Nt tivember The Mob A mob Is of society of bodies volun tartly bereaving themselves of reason and traversing its work A mob s man voluntarily descending to the nature of the beast Its fit hour of ac betty is night Its notions are insane tike its whole constitution It perse cotes a principle it would whip a rlghtlt would tar and feather jut tice by inflicting fire and outrage on Ute houses and persons of uPI who have these It resembles prank of boys who run vith fire glnes to put out the ruddy aurar- treamings to the starsR W Emer sort CuriosityThatsuck the breath of sleeping persons is a per sistent belief as recent news items in di ate Recently the story was told of a oat nearly strangling an infant and the fart was nvnlninnd on the sup position that the childs milk lade breath had attracted the animal Biu from New York comes the story of a man brought near to the point death by a cat that used his bosom as couch and his chin as a pillow It not impossible that his breath was somewhatimproidany insinua tions one may he pardoned for won dering whether or not the cat hat been raised in a saloon Make Use of Spare Time Young man dontsit with folded hands calling on Hercules Help yourself Take an hour every day from your frivolous pursuits employ that hour profitably on some hobby and if only of ordinary capacity yo will master some science Try the ex regiment Oren though you may nov be an ignorant man you may become a wellinformed man In ten years Hundreds who have had no better o ahoyic more of their spare time Putting It Neatly Bernard Shaw although a vegetar Ian himself did not fail to see the pos sibility of humor in the practise Presiding at a lueetctghenas called UP- on to introduce Sir Edward Lyon who confined his diet to nuts And now said Mr Shaw I present to you Sir Efdward Lyon he isafs the earth earthy und of the nuts nuttyiV jf l r J Classified AdvertSenlentSIlIc a wonLfoiva I slngii mstlrhtr 2c a word for three consecutive Ir sertionsIK2c a word for each additional In glOcS jinsertionHothiiig inserted fur less than ieos cents Nothing charged or ouok for less than 25 cents TWANTED FARMS FOR SALE are In insr cijjs txervjlr e lirlIillMln t Id rtr have one you Lt lI ic r 111i phone us attn n in McKI dovrncy IJuiidiiic hot ilhuttl fEI ccoiOffice McEfdcwncy Building Home Phona 728 EasfTenn26 inIBlIrie andrandJReal Estate s Agency FJCE KriUrnity nlle rboue iSc fuiryoung njies mares horses Prices arc right 0 02fitf IiMd A situation as nurse To or to rare for small chil as companion or nurse fof HomlIWANTED ri ton as stenographer Seclall 18 experience Apph Mr Robbins 01FeteS 1081 ino FOR RENT 75 acres good corn Lu poinote Apply lo II ll1rltitl It ftfHFOR SALE Pure Wood Rhode L nHl Red cockerels can Home phone Sl1 101011s WANTEDJOOoilllep lo graze Call on or plionc S1 Prowilt phone SS2K 101011 wArvrEDcInlets 255 North Main street his and hnthrlOl LfI FOR SALE 100 hugs in lots to su purchasers to be delivered fro iiOlh to 25thof November C he slaughtered on premises li Ogden 1017tf STRAYED1r a the farm oceu pied by Men Osborne HuckervilU pike rue brown yearling colt Any wltereabnnal rewarded Win chester Holler Mills lOlStfIWANTED Five or six Apply W p EeldlYI1010131 FOUND A pair of glasses with gold frames Apply In Robbins XevV ofllce 102731 FOR RENTTwo rooms over 1f cI Iord slroc store of1027tNTEDAt good srlesman by thE first of November Sixty dollars a month rind expenses 111 Stroth er 17 Winn avenue Wiieiie ter Ky 1027JJt FOR REWT New modern houe furnished No 3s1 Buullorflnue from Deeeinberfst Vo May 1st W HTHR 11I havo secured lhpagruy For Ibij- maHihte whit is well lnanr for dtifiihilitv JIlIlCcfHl feel k Will felPIIIWII uiVutcuev3 Carrel Flct1IThe Bedouins eat the flesh of the camel and as a mark of distinction slaughter a camel whima noted cuestSj visits them Camel flesh 1s also by Mohnmniedan peasants and thr poorer classes of Mohammedan city people of Jaffa and Gazlfhe sldn arcused as a rawhide to sole th shoes wjornby peasants1 1nanxron tEN rrafden CklhUr s feFF K Irtrrrtsucal Cashier Clark County w tN nvrru4tled t Ir in I r t I Accounts oi Hfirchaais Formers and Traders Solicited CnIedton Made on POIntst I Crpital and Surplus 4 35000000 =jV W Bosh 5 Company iFIRE ANO TORNADO INSURANCE IWINCHESTER KY IOFFICE McElDOWNEY Phone 145 II IDONT BUY A R U N A S OUTUntil yotr have seen the New Model 14 60000ICall at the Winchester t Garage and get full 2 particulars iPENDLETON Attorneys at Ltf I 5th Floor MeEldoT7r ey BuHdin Winchester Ky I fijfflce 5th Floor McKidownoy BuiMLial Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ry S I 1 M STEVZNSOK It Attorney at Ltitr I KyIp WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and host institution iu the county is the Winchester Roller I IWiry not use home flour the tttttleno enual it unOT1CE TO CITY TAX PAYERS The city taxes have boon past dup wiillIXovendHr 1 itt ilI be in tae nfttCj in the Clark County National Hunk 2 buihlins each eveninir until J p Illfbeginning October a lOIn g JAS A lCOUIlTLCity f1 930lf lm DRINK NtJx7plo More Than Wet L i Notice to Taxpayers You have but r few more days bu fore the penalfy i added Come did avoid the rush Under the prccutItIn low fam earn ellydto 1thrv W U KNOCK Slieiift it 1011lfi IIf aii in doubt Ilk Oillauo at tie opera house November 1 IIliens Arnien Snfeits the out per J feet healer of Cuts Corn Bnnis a Bruises Sure s Scalds boil Tlceri sjEcacmu Salt Rlieuiu For Sire 111Cold Sores Chapped Hands or ft fistTiles2 P pSt- IP JU It I i IF U tPane Six TIRE WINCHESTER NEWS Ii Roosevelt For Langley I SAGAMOIWHILL Mvt3 d It H f w htJ J fr trIrr 1i 4 9CGr4ti Ad 44 QtK kuJ r1i- A 9 l4scrt L4A L Z AF puiIC T I g4r1A j1a do rid71 tO tt t c4trte O I FARMS POE SALE FARM NO 1h0acres T miles from Winchester two story frame pochecod tbnihl1lt1gibearing Fencing good Divided into fourl lots all well watered All in toior FARM r NO 2 fS acres GH miles from WrnQhjesUjr on gond pike Has a Uvo f tory frame dwelling ofSrooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of tobacco ice house chicken houses CQl1 house meat house corn crib 4 hog houses unilother out buildings t Divided into 4 tracts each one being wcllwutcJcct1nd every fence in fiat oiiirutchardgood school and churches and in les than a tlutrtcrnfal mile from rail- rnqdstation Will all raise good to UnVnp A bargain at 8000 KAKMXO L0acres CM mil root Winchester on good pike Hls hostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 pprches stock barn 5aort Mbnccc barn good cellar und all outbuildings all in good condition di vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in grass Withii rjqhalC stile of good school church storo ana postofliee and hllld mitt shop Price6OW F UnI NO 1 OIHJS 7 nile ftom Winchester onequarter milI froin railroad station has two fi4aiuedwcUing of j roosts new krriv 4Hr tobacco barn all toclI spry outbuildings Well wrlmcel tvith pbdj welli and reeks All out srclc fdheitig good About 15 tern ici cultivation balance in grays Price 0000- L KARXI XO 51108cres 7 mile from Winchester tvostoiy frami dwelling with 7 rooms 0acro tobac co barn All necessary outhouses Srpall tcnrnth6nse Well fenced and wri ertiT PlOIe tflo tier WIC FARM Mo10j acres 5 miles from Winchestei on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms All nci feSsftriV oiiiimldla2 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced afid watrred Plenty of tobacco land Price H30 per acre TFAIfM NO 7Hl acre 3 miles fronj Winchester teas two Gveroom dwellings one 10acrc tobacco born pifirity tobacco land Nearly all in WANTED FARMS FOR SALE Vonro having calls every day fo- rftirnof all skcs and pric sio1 t t grass Price 10 per acre FAttM NO S20 acres 312 miles from Winchester on good pike Ila Eels 6room daelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO 950 acres 7 stiles from AVinchestcr has twostor frame dwelling with Grooms tobacco barii holding 0 acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well watered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 zeros in cut tivation balance in grass price 5 000 PAID NO 10300 fetes 12 mil cs Iron Winchester Has twoston frame dwcUijjg with 7 rooms ten ant liouse Sacrc tobacco barn large stock barn and all necessary outbuildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 rcrcs in cultivation balance grass price 120011tFARM NO 1127 acres 1 12 mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco hal vhich holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 nerds I1 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of S room 7acre tobacco barn Hud all outbuildings well watered and fenced good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1t58nclo 7 mill front Winchester has five room swelling flacre tobacco barn and nl necessary outbuildings well watered etc Prier 115 per acre FARM NO 1d62 acres 3 miles front Winchester on rood pike has room tenant house now 10acre to bacco tarn neverfailing water all tobacco laud Price 4125 per acre FARM NO 1592acre 71A miles from Winchester on good pike Iras twostory frame dwelling with 9 rooms good cellar and all outbuild incs good stock hun 10acretobac c0 barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Price 115 per acre FARM rNO 1670 acres 3V1 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 roosts All outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO 175S1ti acres 5 miles from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO lR103 acres near Chilesburg has 3room tenant house well fenced and watered XII good landon good pike Price 105 per aerc I w Tracy Stokely Office in McEldowney BIdg Both Phones have one yon want to sell see or tel cp one us at once Office in MeEl downcy Building both phones TRACY STOKELY t HON JOHN W LANGLEY WHOSE CANDIDACY FOR CONGRESS HAS BEEN ENDORSED BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT CONGRESSMAN lANGLEY AS SUN BY THE PRESS HON JOHN W LANGLEYI IA Good Friend From Kentucky ofi the Veterans II1ulI John W Langlcy of Spurlock Kwho is now serving his second term in Congress has a fin record of friMulliness to the veterans lie way rccehetIIhis education there and then began amidIprize l sities and the degrees of Bachelor of Laws Master of Laws Doctor of the Civil Law and Master of Diplomacy tlIbet of the Board of Appeals hut left this to become Disbursing and Ap pointment Clerk of the Census Office He also served two terms in tae Legislature and was twice a del egate from Kentucky to rle Republi cm National Convention Therefore he is an unusually well equipped all around man familiar with public business and a valuable Representative both for his abilities in Congress end his canacitv to serve his con stituents While in the Dennrtmenl becuIas a steadfast reliable friend of veterans He could always he appealed to withcconfidence in securing em ployment for old soldiers when he was in a position to influence ap pointmentsSince has been in tie House Iii has introduced a great number of pension bills and amour them nuVuy of general nature such as The National Tribune pension bill grant ing pensions to the veterans of the Splllishnrlnd their widows minot children and dependant parents granting pensions to militiamen wh were disabled in service granting a pension of 50 cents a day to the widow of any officer or man who died or wall die by reason of wound or disabilities contracted in the service granting 2l day for each day of confinement to those who were in rebel prisons one grantinga pension of 1 a day to every oneiwho servcl 00 lays in the civil7rar and others of like nature besides numerous pri veto pension bills He has made very effective speeches in the present ses sion of Congress in support of these hills Such is the popularity of Mr Langley in his district that Luis ma jority has increased wonderfully at every time he has come up for re election Washincton National Tri bune May 26 IfllO INJUSTICE TO- INDIAN DESCENDANTS Special to Courier Journal j WASHINGTON DVC Feb 13T todayI11epeese11tatire Dmintr the dison sion of the Indian Wide a speodi on t1e snbjfcct of tale 1fIfive civilized tribes Hteterred more pailiculaijy to the eases of tht- Idosccudants of tlie Cboctavs Chick sautes and Cherokee many of Avhoir live in hiCohir aonal district lit reviewed briefly thc legislation on tit subject and contended tho t injnstiqt had been lone the desnendanU of those tribes not only by acts of Con frdss lint by the action of the executive ofiicers of Ute Government cxdudiiifr from coisideration in tank jug te liar etrolltnetta number oJ thtiCOlliis tit el1lJo Mr Lnnsley called attentipn to UK bill which he introduced ontly pro Ividiui that these qlainiants should b given late privilege ofcst hlishiu thIrniedpromptly enacted in order that the whole controversy which he terme discreditable to the Government might be settled oiicc for cll Ipon the conclusion of Mi Lang Icys address Vice President elect Suet tnan ho is chairman of thr House Coiumittec on Indian Affairs and who has fchhigc of the Indian rpproiiiintion hill in the House tool tIe flpornilt1l1r issnawith JQ Lrinfilcy on sonic oftistatements A rather sharp and in crest in colloquy 01151104 belweer them Mr Shermni contending tba Air Langley hail criticized unduly tin Administration and the Committee or radian A iTairs Mr Langley iusisteci that his remarks uad been misuiiderj stood bv Mr Sherman so fir astlu application of life criticisms to hi M r Shcntians committee was con corned lint at the seine time he reiterated his rissevtion tat the records 94joWthat iriiinsti e lied been done tr many claimants Mr Sherman con ceded that som injustice had been 111101111 argued that it was not suf tlH1trnlf Vt r5ffitirreolellin the whole subjijei ofjjip cnollment of these Indians colloquy was of interest Jiii IThe indicated that the question of tirlbution ttf time estate of the live civilized India tribes is to he the subject or fiirfSej yonsiderrdon in Congress jlr haiigiey concedes Mat no legislation on the subject can be secured at this sespfon but he says fightIRcpresentatty t likens tit Texf ivio is alsoo nno the champions o f th Indians in Cdngresstrill address tJjo IottP on a oii flh v an d it is un del toodilint1i twill combajsonic of iir tal A a4z11141l f 14 1e14Pt o2y4 I p y 1qee1I0 ol A UfI ferIt vtte 6l rltAAe y v ei ol a i r- fd AAo 0 r+ l J yuaA a iUM a 22 41hto a7 4 ot 9- fLt474 w IJjvyA w fe- J Ctiwn J todiw the statements made by Mr Sherman LANGLEY SPEAKS OUT EnquirerIRepresentative Langley of the Tonth Kentucky District who took a leading part in the fight in the House for a more equitable distribution of till protective features of the Payne bill made a speech in the House from the standpoint of the Southern Republi cans which is attracting a great teal of attention lie called attention to the fact that the leading industries of his section are either placed upon the free list or given inadequate protection He referred more especially io lumber coal iron ore hemp and flour spar and contended that fie provisions of the hill regarding these industries are not in harmony with the doctrines of the Republican party is heretofore expounded by the led MS of that party He argued for the retention of the ingey duty of 2 on lumber and aid that he thought that this duty should be increased rather than de reasecl if it was the purpose of his natty to give proper protection to this industry His discussion of the lumber question was especially point ed He showed that it is the second largest industry in the United States ind more important even titan the iron and steel industry in the sense that the ownership of timber is tunic diversified embracing almost every State and territory in the Union and that therefore any legislation that would tend to injure tats industry ivxjuld injure a greater number of peo olc trait adverse legislation touching toy other industry in the country lie said that he ws unalterably op posed to taxing tea and coffee which nre two of the necessaries of life and added that fariit on these arti cles could only be for the purpose of raising revenue as they did not need protection and declared that he way Ly favor of putting rsi additional tax Upon beer and whisky rather than on tihose articles lIe did not say that sic would vote against the bill but warned tie committee that if the bill was defeated it would be due to the fact that it had not been framed in accordance with the Republican plrt form nor with the traditional doc trines of the Republican party GALLANO Prof Gallano the hypnotist and wind render comes to the opera house uesday and Wednesday nights welt rccomended as a mentalist and he ex poets to show the people of Winches ter something new In his blind fold carriage drive the Professor ivill an nounce from in front of the theatr while his committee is gone to lade where tire articles is to be found the first article Here is an article fipm Beckley Messenger A fair sized audience attended the initial performance given by Prof GfrJlano in the opera Tiouse last night Isis first feat waiYthe finding of a tobacco box and a coin taken from the opera house by a committee and hidden on opposite sides pf the road near Sprague The professor follow = ed the committee blindfolded in aj theIhiddenc Avas averrge the fact that the order maintained by the audience lacked much of being perfect At the close of the enter tainment the Professor hvnnnti1 I his assistant whimi was placed in one of the large show windows of the Racket Store where he will remain until tonight faketn to the opera ironse and awakened after having a heavy stone broken on his breast Two thousand feetof moving pie tires will be given each evening Lehigh cement is the thing if you are building sidewalks IJoyse nnrnn 0 1 thoughtful out iron Maybe he would but he wont wear out HerculesMold tj Dault Chn ft Chictti Hercules suits are made of materials that are guaranteed to be absolutely all pure wool They are Shower ProoftCoat sleeves are double lined at the arm pits of such good material that there breakingPantsButtons They never come otF The button holes never pullout Your boy will always be well dressed in a Hercules They please the youngster and save papas pocket book FOR SALE IN WINCHESTER BY Allan Murphy Opie 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 Llm JTtieklln ADMISSION TICKET for whole course ALSO 1SINGLE TICKET for Mr Reads Lecture SOc