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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x 4itJ ti c I l j 1A I i Ji i i k i t l 1I t t j r4 Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWS III cVOLUME5 NO 14 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1910 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A II TESTIMONY IN LISLE CASE First Witness Tuesday Corroborates Evidenceof Prof D H Thompson x1fhat Was Given on Monday fyThe taking of testimony in the jLisle Avlil case was begun Monday afternoon After the attorneys fo both sides had stated the case t thVjury a recess was taken until 330 o clock in order that Col John R Allen of Lexington one of thu leading attorneys for the contestanh could arrive Prof D H Thomp son was the first witness called ti testify He was called by the de fendants who thad to prove that the will was properly executed Prof Thompson was one of the witnesses 16 Mr Claiborne Lisles signature and testified as follows Tlive in the city of Winchestei I been teaching school for 30 years I was acquainted with Clai borne Lisle Knew him for 30 years The signature signed to this will and codbcil is that of Mr Claiborne Lisle I saw him sign them at his home in the county I witnessed the will and this is my signature Mr Claiborne Lisle and J D Eubank were present I was iequested to at test the vAll by Mr Lisle We sign ed this Avill and only three of us wen present Mr Lisle Mr Eubank and myself Cross examination It was Mon day evening about 5 oclock W left Mr Eybanks house and went t Mr Lisles house together Mi Lisle and Mr Eubank were fin friends I Avent to the howe of ltfLisle upon his request Mr and I had been sitting up atnight ii his last illness prcAious to the mnkin of the will I do not mean to sayw had been sitting up with him bu with Mr Sam Hodgkin so was in formed asked Mr Eubank and myself to come over It might haA been about 5 oclock when we tatre for the house Mr Phil Lisle wen with us I had never seen the wil before going to Mr Lisles home A lIrflHodgkiniver When went on this occa sion I do not know whejre they Avere when Mr Jesse Hodgkin met us at the door and took us to the dining room I was at the house about a- uhouIaiid a 1mlfre sat in the din ng room some time but we did not liscuss tile willTe were in the sick I yoom about an hour Isaw both Mrs Hodgkin or Mrs Oliver at the oineT and believe both were in the 1 ick room Mrs Oliver was in the room when Mr Sam Hodgkin took us in He was in the room most pf the time I did not see the will until Mr Clay Hodgkin brought it iilI We had been in the room a few minutes When Mr Clay Hodgkin brought the will in We did not say anything to Mr Claiborne Lisle about the will When Mr Hodgkin arrived he took the will out of his pocket and said here is a writing Mr Jim Winn sent yoiu It was in an envelope sealed Mr Clay Hodgkin opened the cave lope At the time Mr Hodgkin hand edr him the will Mr Lisle was sitting up in the bed He was very weak He took the wilt tint andread it Mr Clay Hodgkin left the room while he read the will Iam not quite sure but 1 think Mr Phil Lisle re mained in the room while he read th- eill1 saw hiDread the codocil He did jot read the codocil beforei signing the will When he got ready fo sign the will he said If you think I have sense enough to make this writing I want you to witness it After signing the will he read the codocil and then asked where CIa was Clay was called and Clay came in He asked Clay if Jim sent any word He said there should be another paper and that paper would explain the codocil The paper Avas found which explained about the at testing clause of the codocil I do not know what became of that paper When the will was Clay brought an envelope and the will was put into the envelope by Mr Clai borne Lisle and it was scaled He told Clay to take it the next day and put it in his box After this nothing was said about the will examination I think 4Redirect was in the room and re mained in the room until the will was read He began reading the without glasses After reading the will he called for pen and ink and I furnished a fountain pen There were no others present besides Mr vEubank Mr Glaiborue Lisle indo my lf t JXbe first witness in the Lisle will H was Mr James Eubank lie with Prof D H Thompson at tested the will of Mr Lisle He cor roborated the testimony of Prof Thompson that was given on Monday The first witness for the contesbants- wa Mrs Esther Couchman a grand daughter of Mir Claiborne Lisle Shortly after her testimony was begun the presiding judge was asked for a ruling on testimony proposed to be introduced to show that undue in fluence was exercised on Mr Lisle in the execution of his will The jury was retired while the attorneys pre sented authorities bearing on the subjectThe testimony of Mrs Frank Couchman was finished at 11 30 and Jack illislfc was the next witness for the contestants called and he was on the stand when court adjourned for noon recess Mrs Couchman who was Miss Duckworth before her marriage testified as to who cared for her after her parents death andalso who paid for her schooling and other necessary expenses Her uncle Mr Marcus Lisle for the greater portion of the time was her guardian and her grandfather Mr Claiborne Lisle assisted her very little Mrs Couch man testified that one or two occa sions before her thers death fr81Hodgkinsome Hodgkin family was in the room while she was there Mr Lisle in his testimony also stated the same facts and also stated that his grandfather had threatened to cut him out entirely if he did not quit being so extravagant He said school his grandfather icorresponded with him and seemed to think a great deal of him He often consulted with him in regard to bus iness matters Both Mrs Couchmcn and Mr Lisle stated that before Mr Lisles death he was very weak and in their opinion was not capable of making a wi- llRQQFPUT ON NEW CHURCH LWork is Progressing Rapidly and Completion oft uilding With the Specified Time is Assured The new St Joseph Catholic church vail be under cover the latter part of this ecilThe work on this new- building has progressed rapidly and there is very little danger now of it nut being completed in the time giv en the contractor Mr N A Powell Most of the slate roofing has been put m and the work on the inside of the iuilding has begun OLD LIM JUCKLIN AT KW COLLEGE Ipie Read Who Sways Audiences at His Will to Appear in This City Iat Early oat =Ole Read famous lecturer phil asopher and author will speak at the iollege on the evening of November m the subject Old Lim JucklinI Opie Rid is like no one else in the world His very presence lends u strange enchantment to his stories toil may nave enjoyed his books in hc TsfjlitnTle cjf your library per cJit1iidVotIThte been stirred by hi fay4 Brspenfr delightful liahf- 4iouritllf his clever character kefches but V unless you have sat vltiiin the sound of his voice and heard from his own lips the quaint tales that originate in his brain you do hot fully appreciate the splendid genius of the man On the platform Nlr Read shines itiha brilliance all hilt own Everywhere he is receivel with enthusiasm The indescribable ivitchery of his words the charm df his voice and manner the influence of his personality combine to weave the Magic spell that holds his hearers en tiforalled One minute roaring with laughter at some humorous bit the licit staring at the speaker through hot blinding tears with a feeling that you will never smile agaihouly- to break into fresh screams of laughter immediately afteryou realize that this remarkable man has the povfer to sway his audience at will Mr Read is always entertaining His program is varied and each number is a gem In all lila readings he shows himself to be a wonderful d- eineatof character and an artist uf the interpretation of his own work QUIET ON HALlOWEEN Many Pranks Were Played But Nc Serious Damage Was Done on Mor day Night- Halloween Avas quietly observed the city Monday night Little band of men women and children promen aded the streets in costumes ant many were the pranks played Owing to the strict watch kept bj Chief of Police Me Cord and his policemen very little property was dam aged A policeman was in each one1 of the city and one on Maui street Early in the night several boys with their buckets of paint were and taken to the police station TIn paint Avas taken aAvay from them and they were warned by the Chief that if any defacing of property was done by them again they would bc put in jail and this had its desired effectIn the suburbs gates were removed benches and lawn swings carried away mid other loose articles moved NEGROLS FORM 8YRD CLUB Many Meet at Orren Bates Store and Declare Unanimously For Mr Byrd For Congressi That many of the negroes of the IrIday night when a large number of the negro citizens met at Orren Bates store in Poyntersville and by a unanimous vote declared for Mr A Floyd Byrd the Democratic no ineeIThe organization thJuW isjthu Independent Colored Club composed1 of some of the leading colored citizens The club has been meeting for several nights last week mIll Aviii probably holdan open meeting towards the close of the week and sew eral orators will be on hand Orren Bates presided at the meeting and Jim Nickels and Dennis Danielacted as secretaries KIWICI BEATS f1MTISTERL1NG Score is 45 to 0 in Favor of the Winchester Colleges Husky Eleven In a onesided game of football oid of any sensational plays Kentucky Wesleyan College Monda defeated the Ml Sterling Collegiat Institute team of Mt Sterling by a score of 45 to 0 The lineup was as follows Mt Sterling Moss Hall centerI Williams Ledford right guard Boy ins right tackle McCormick left tackle Ramsey right cud Ralph Greene left end Roger Greene quarterback Bogie right halfback Tout Greene left halfback Cravens full buckTesleyanHunt center Spoona more right guard Clark and Hol Irock left guard Cockrell right tackle Armstrong left Lane Dv right end Eagle and Peake left end Lane and Johns right halfback and Crockett left halfback spradling fullback Hendricks quay terback BAL WIN WANTS A RETRACTION Says That Col Roosevelt Has Mis represented His Position on the Labor Question NEW HAVEN Conu Nov 1 Judge Simeon E Baldwin Democratic candidate for Governor sent a letter to former President Theodore Roosevelt in answer to the recent let elBaldiyour to my letter of October 24 Appai L 4nlly you have misunderstood point of my communication In theI I referred to the fact that in a lie address in New Hampshire you hadcharged me with folding a cerj CilJstatedThe view which you describe as hat of the Republican party is the t new AMhieh is generally taken by iourts and lawyers and was explic tly taken by me iiivniy orkon American railroad law la paSsage to which I refer you in my letter of October 24 It is a part of the general Amer ican common lau resting upon prin eiles of right and justice that have been generally accepted by the peo pIe of the United States IIIdid not complain in my former nor do I now of your charac terizing me as having been a retro gressive IYou have statedyin public that I took the view that if was competent for the workman when driven to ac cept any employment to bind himself not to be compensated if he would lose his life or limb in that occupa tion I have denied that I ever took such a Anew I will add that I have long been in favor of the principle of workmen compensation acts though not una ware of the constitutional diffibultie in applying it in this country and was nominated to the office to which yon referred by a party which call ed for such legislation in its platform now repeat my request that you retract the statement of which I com plain Iask it as a matter of fairI ness to one whose reputation as v lawyer is of value as well as in thei interest of the h uth It would sccUto me that in yourI reference to the Iloxie case infyoui second undated letter that you not only go wide of the question bu1i write under a misrepresentation ol the rules which govern the decisioi of legal actions The main questipn in the Iloxh case wfcs whether a Federal statutr iadaltered the common law as ad ministcml in the slatnjeg of Connec ticut That the fellowservant ruU was part of this common law in Con necticut not qiustinnod by nit of the able counsel who took part in the argument ROOSEVELT ON MANHATTAN NEW YORK Nov 1 Colonel The odore Roosevelt swept almost from end to end of Manhattan Monday night delivering nine t8peeches in Be half of JLIcnry L Sti son the Re publican nominee for Governor AtE the nine stops he spoke fifteen min f briIjcampaign talks Both made Tam many Hal Ithe brunt of attack At his second stop on the East Side Colonel Roosevelt charged that those who are supporting Tam many Hall and the Democratic ticket are the men who have been foremost in endeavoring to nullify the child bor Illand Avho havc protested ngainsl the regulation of the hours of labor HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Three hours of mystery intermingL- ed with many laughs and with rea enjoyment is the peculiar mixture offered hyuThc House ofa Thousand Candles that Anil be the attraction at Vinchester opera house on Sat urday evening Just as The Old Homestead has the rural atmosphere The Lioirand the Mouse the financial atmosphere as The Man of the Hour is based on polities st The House of a Thousand Candles has its own original air of the wier and the unusual This can toest be described by its synopsis which run PS follows Act IAt the Gate The first apparition of old Gleuann The mysterious shot Act 2Roprn in the house of a thousand candles The unknown and unlocked for The declaration of Bates Act 3The door of bewilderment The attack on the mysterious house The ghost of old Glenarm Act 4r The gate again The joke that was on Pickering SOLD HOUSE AND LOT OlAI1iredSycamore street in North Park Ad dition to Logan Edge of Bstill coon ty for 600 and other considerations NoIf 3 want the cream pOOL Will BE VOTED Off At Meeting of the Burley District Board to Be Held in Lexington Tuesday LEXINGTON Ky Nov LThn District Board of the Burley Tobac co Society met here Monday after noon and Tuesday sessions will b held in the courthouse The under taking to pool the 1910 crop official ly ends with this meeting and this is bhe matter of first importance tlcome up By resolution passed at the July meeting the Board vested the povei of declaring the pool off or in effect in the individual growers their volt to be by the ballot Three week ago when an array of buyers created a selling stampede among nonpool growers it became imperative for tilt Board to release those who had signed their tobacco but solepower lo finally vote the pool offremained with the growers f1ll1liShedalllcouuties Board take action under the following resolution adopted October 7 That we set the date for votin the 1910 pool on or off at the precincts in the different vuIiouI the first day of November ton to twelve a in and that caeI county chairman or county secretary requested cither to telephone oi telegraph us the vote of his county as soon thereafter as possible an not later than G00 p m of that date that the District Board may de dare the pool on or off per vote tak 1 AUDITORIUM After witnessing the best per formance of the season at the Awl itorium theatre Monday night ii would be quite difficulty to decide which of the two acts was the featun jet The opening act on the bill wa Lillian Carson and Company who presenting the Maid of the Gratto it spectacular and Irrnsfonnatioi lancer The spccia Iscenury geor gous electrical effects und magnifi cent costumes was undoubtedly tin lel test that has ever appeared at the Auditorium Paris Bros Avlu closed the show in their coined sketch entitled Noodle Noode is tin best comedy team that has alUl1SetJ in audience at the Auditorium fohome time Their act is fast alH unny throughout intermingled Avitl plenty of good singing and talking These two splendid acts in connec jno with two new reels of picture ire on the program again for Wednesday night PUT TO SLEEP BY HYPKJ Earl Faukner Lies Unconscious Un der Spell of Gallano the Menta in Show Window Earl Faukner was put to sleep bj the hypnotist Monday night and will remain until Tuesday night yhen he will be awakened on the stage lIe is in the vacant room in the opera house block and is at racting large crowds as they past the roomIFAMOUS STARS TO- VISIT WINCHESTER I IWhen the Sheehan English Grand iflingperformance of Verdis famous II Frovators there will be heard is- this city more renowned artists tlian jave ever appeaicd here before one time First and foremost of these stars is Joseph F Sheehan acknoAvledged 4he greatest of all American tenors To those who haAe ever heard Mr Sheehans wonderful voice little IICC be said hjs remarkable power com bined with a rare sWeetness has placid him in a class by It is not surprising that critics cv eiy where declare this company the foremost ever heard in ft presenta ti lof the beautiful Verdi operaII TroAaroro The engagement here is for one performance only Thursday evening November 10th and popular prices will prevail in order to give all Jan opportunity of hearing what wit no doubt prove to be the biggest at traction of the season NEW RECORD FOR ALJITUDf Little 35 HorsePower Machine Mak es Flight 9714 Feet in the Air Exceeding All Former Attainments NEW YORK Nov iA baby Wriglit roadster with Ralph John stone at the wheel glided to earth in the twilight at the close of the in ternational aviation meet at Belmont Park Monday evening with a new worlds record for altitude Tim little machine of only 35 horsepower hqd been up 9714 feet exceeding bj 528 feet the height atatined in France on October 1 by Henry W Wyninaloii of Holland But Johnstones stay climbinb feat was not the only notable incident of the closing day GrahamcWhite the Britisher who earned away the Gor don Bennett trophy sharpened the sporting appetite with a challenge to John B Moissant of Chicago for an other race from the park around the statue of Liberty Moissant who won 10000 for the fast flight around tin anIothCltators when a at the close ofa speed race with McCnrdy of the Curtis team his propeller snapped his mon oplane dug into the ground in front of the grand stand turned turtle and buried the aviator underneath He was uninjured and won the race Moisssiits winning of the 2000 distance prize offered by the Aero Club of America was the other big event of the day He traveled about S7J miles in two hours In landing sflcr winning the event he smashed his propeller and broke a running wheel buteeaped The Wright brothers were jubilantI at Johnstones success It first time he had over flown the 1I tiny roadster and he had set a now mark for aviators of the world As the crowds about the judges stand cheered the announcement of JIArmstrong the clouds with the Wright pupil but attained only 8370 Johnstone ad easily won the grand altitude event with its 5000 prize BUYS RESIDENCE Mrs W A Beatty bought Tuesda from Mr T YoL VanMeter th handsome residence on Maple slrec1 The family will move there sometinv this mouth YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Mai Clerks 800 to 1400 a Year Fret Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations rooI railway mail clerks postoflicc cler1 I or carrier custom house and depart mental clerks Prepare at once fo the coming examinations Thousands of appointments are ti be made Common school cducatioi is all you needcity and country peo pIe have equal chance Start to prepare nowfree information Free scholarships this month Write im mediately to Central Schools DepartS ment A 38 Rochester N Y INSTANTLY KILLED BY INIERORBN CAR Clay Hail 23 Years of Age Has Head Almost Severad Following ilHalloween Celebration Ky Nov l Clay Hall 23 years of age fell in front of inlerurbau car No 11G here Mon dav bt auel was instantly killed His head was almost severed lie rwas a country boy having been to town enjoying the Halloween cele bullions The car was in charge of Utorman James Rhorer and Con ductor J R Jordan both of Versail les The car Avas passiugStation No 74 between the Daly and Asylum switches on the outskirts of Frank down Hall jfQrlIAsitslowed and dived under wasfraptured I t H f I JiI I WEATHEiPartly Cloudy Tonight and Wedn s day Cooler Wednesday and in West 1qUOi uOlJDd 2 WEEK I signed ii caught feature Henry L Marvel jillano himself deliber 92 HAVE NOW REGISTERED Up to Tuesday Noon 58 Demotr 32 Republicans and 2 IndepenJIn ents Added to Roll Ninetytwo hull registetetl at tis supplemental registration up to Ttte day noon There are a largeifiuimbCfr of Democrats registering tluili Reii publicans nail the regular registrzitijjs- iiichi fell some short Aill rCrifJr increased FiftAeight have registered thirtytwo RepublU callS und two Independents red nesday ctl remains for those whtf were unable to register at the regi llar time to do so and both sidesi working hard to get out the voters H FATAL CUTTING IN SALOON James C Townsend Stabs Wilfianf Henderson Twice in I ight Tuesday Noon tMr William Henderson a faneR liAing near Logan Lick Springs thlJ county was cut seriously and pcfe haps fatally Tuesday at aboub12j by James C T rwnseHl ajso a ruJmer in the saloon of Jones anetJfJt teiiundercattle involved in Apolitical argument which linally culminated in a fighfi Henderson was cut twice in itZ side Dr Isaac Browne was cnlleel in and dressed the Avounds Tutey were so serious that 1tidOonyjtim- mediately taken an ai Hntoinobile to the hospital at Lexington Townsend has given bond before7 Judge Evans in the sum of 2000 1ft MR JAMES ONEilL SINKS TO lAS f RESf- Lexingtons Oldest Citizen Dies isHome Monday Night of BrigWs Disease tJ 1711Jr1L030 oclock at Ins home at thOeoi ncr of Mechanic und Limestone pfBrightsheld Wednesday morning at 9 oclock t St Peters church the family iufileusling especially that no floners be K ent Mr ONeil was in his ninetythird wear and had been hale and hearfy intil com aratively a few monthsngV hen the dread disease Avhiqh on aejr ount of his advanced age assuiricfl x malignant form I The end came peacefully and p oarently without pain n i WINCHESTER BOY HYPNOTlZEj Prof Galiano the Mental Marvel vho will open his two nights en I agemcn tat the opera house Tiios day hypnotized Earl Forkner beTr tel known at Fatty Mondqyng1f- it 7J5 in the empty store rniuii derncath tIJOt opera house JbGallano carries with him aytwng man for this purpose but upon tarrivjil in town he made itk diif that he would prefer a nnkf that Winchesloi So the young njair 7jl unleered and Prof Gallano iipui tized him He is b fprettliputiljg riuvto examine him Professor Gallano cntrmental performance Tnesd1i7iik1 the opera house Consisting o reading mental telegraphy l n notism MIVI H The TrQfessor4l1n20OO motion rC l lci between thefls aiu ihere will a dullinOTujukoi tub twohqjffjf raJll l t Tuesday night ctTycIaeir Gallano will ivi tuft famousb foldcarriagc drive rizcns to tilde two eliffejent ariicteslJijiS j two different places while the fco ir i mitlee is out the professor i nouncc rjio hides the fiisartic3 f 1 From the report of liso wQn other localities the people of f tkJrormcewithin the rfach ofial11 cen children and 2n cdtsfoi idul1slt9 any part of l3ie hojf i rl t 1e1 YiOJ tjI t S1jiw h r J J v3 r J r cL f y 2 4ta i i t 1 t lt r 4 t M 4 fY o i 11 kt r i fib lr J rrfli Mg c TR fe WfHCHgSTER NEWS c 7l r JEWINCFSIERi- v NEWS iaW An Jnitepentfenf Newspapir ff I Published by j t TNT Winchester News Co Incorporated i ti109Tf i i OHtji Main Street Y Winchester Kentucky r Vr Sundayls s TEritered as isecpndclas matter iiovember28 1908 at the postoffice ifl Winchester Kentucky under the Oat f March 3 1879 J a JIntlIollhc tffl Payable in advance r V DVEflTISlNG RATES t Display Per Inch h vOnottiice 4 ion u i P fJ Tie tiwesl Nit ione week 5Q One week continuously 100 06e calendar mo continuously 300 Iiou r f1eRsJ4timesia week 10IFou aetelseih ee time sa week Pc 1 weeks two times a week 120 y F6ui weeks oneJime a week 75 Ineo11BqsipPbre reading ppws heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same rateE b One in etipn any edition eleXef insertions pntinuously 2o three additional insertions 4c dne ch1e dar mo continuously 10c j Nothing counted less than 10 words rSrp item cEarged on books less ttian25 F fI J 4 TJ SP P REPRESENTED FOR FORErG Vv AOVERriSINffByTHE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO B IN AIL TH PRINCIPAL CITIES u 4 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 191O OUR ANIMALSI tAY Sbught to have a society in WinI diesterforthe prevention of enielty toartimals Here we are in the tenj i frt ticgnt ijturalrLgion whor- etliehorseJs everything and we often seeUthat animal abused in the streets cu Hf cit ManyigiioritntcuTl sometime brutal tlnVerSiusist oh oxerloaOing their Aag3nsMind wheiiHhe1 animaU luilk rt t11ohills fry by bcatfiig to male j the 3drag a toolieay load The driyus are apt to be insolent wlita 5i lnotiStratedwith rwst Vgunri there fee some fexVanimalHi- beirrc lriven whiclr ougat sic in tiif bMfyYirll Tliey sire oM and de vur pltaild have scei thjlrbl t days 3 inovv these things but we iP yMUUfi HtroiUitiii to them Therc- irtouly1 ohe way tail and that is to iOtcvjnikis Ladies and gcntlemeii should form a Lsqciciy that has foi at ibbject the protection of uimrs JPERRYGRAPHS I lih hii ex ptnures are not eli Il 1 Klgjgrejiter de raity On the TtJ rtiryjit shows air aAwakeniujr t t efjjilt in bptter t thIlg for the 1t Mine fto i5 hhve uiilHl ltii LaFiJIl htnq gar very ioolisli ihing u teCo geeul election l fTheJpnlv e x eiur a commission overiimejit Is tile fact that under the t JrKeotftfDrins graft ppeusto le J1iftfflbre t 11 t lle lit ltelpt of nn ml fatlou ftlPW1 the nliona Riccl aud- Ilt t ou tessat Wtlsllln ton D t h ri b il stir Snyurl j cnuv t iu the t 5o i ii lust rutOltne HeI a butrf 3e iiit r e lit 4 he hiii proposes to tearSt c15y iflljias hu lids aH laii fora bet t 1 illbfe is notwise t t f f r fla good Henuh1icao 4 makesilt l Alnlltue fXircfiio l q nOm t t itlI1Ii Tltrln ts filling the lier iliiital ehiair belt as otenyilIt t e litltiltjtU7 t t 1Tll E z hsthiiE Jr tJ r r h it K tr I jff 1 TJI tJI din States OklaJ f i H t JJ ti ONCE YOU BECOMELACQUAINTED icetTl Z rvtritlt out lumber von will never bes cajLihcLAvith airy if a lougrade t i or standard For not iUonc AjjU you lind ours AVftik 1ft letter aud juiekciv but ypu will also enjoy a freedom from future repair bills that will luae and dell htyou Come in and r SL be introduced to it WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED 101Ipwilgranting suiLagc vtr vVL proposed amendment to tar- constitution grants to all taxpayers retfardless orscxtiw light of sui A woiter itici3ingll0tlur Eve befortIu FARM WANTED 7o to 100 acres well improved cold good pike not more than 6 or 7 mili Win lflistW TRACY TOKErY lltni3 WEWMAN TO CONDUCT tPORO RICO EXHIBIT LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 1 Fois tJ State Sunatoi J WNjiKauu of 7cjsailles has hero tflioaun by the jlJjiite4 States Govurjiment to put on hnd manajre a lark fair under tIll pies of Utc GO IlIUlCitkill lor ulltuuh1cingtpri sitiou wiri ecvived by Sejiat or New man Monday Tie State Fair Board hasyrjinted SecreUiry Nuwimui a leave of absujitit unjlil 11extiSlnrchat which timc1iij duties in Porto Kicp null end lie is instructed in the cablegram reoated throujrh thodeptrtutoutut7tshhngti- on to sail Saturday 1WINCHESTER LODGE A meeting of Winchester Lodge Xo lrait Want Your Head Blown Oil If you do just go looking for that gas leak in the eellar or any other place If the gus is leaking dont risk bqing seriously injured by Jiunting the leak yourself CaIIus over th4 plulnbeI1iNvhorie business tis to 1iudapll sto Jetks Deters ire dangerousletu Lseiid a man at onee SAM THOS BOONE 29 West Broadway If you wjMit to be successful ask- iJGallanp at the opera house Novem be1St Lehigh cement is the thing if you Royselliouno i An Easy Thing to Do The man who is always belittling himself generally gets outer iieople to believe tll g jusliUeil Ii i Artis rt Iurnbtllt w h i Our fall lines are going beautifully Trade has come with s rush since the cold weather appeared We are still receiving from the East SUITS and GOATS of the very latest pat terns v If you want something very stylish for your fall waaj you cannot do better than buy one Qour MIXEDWOOL SUITS We have them in all shades and they are exceedingly serviceable as well as stylish i Towels completefhave them inches in width for guest towels also in 22 24 and 25 injche in width Also a beautiful line of hemstitched and scolloped towels v OM 1J i Childrens Underwearf We have made a marked reduction Il I childrens fall underwear a Basketsa r If you want spme thing dainty and nobbyrJa J just askto look UtotiT latest lIne of baskets r sFa AIlIUlnultII FrP YIyfrhci r I J 1 t t Bilious ir Daeloa jilLagreelkaLan aclfacltoeris posi lively essential to health Ask your own JocloraoutAycr Pttfs fwrlti en c = rSEWELLS SHOP Several from term attended at Mt Zion Siuihiyt Mm That tfnwvte is some ht this wfilHijrv Miss Matfy Nelson few days the past weal with in ItSl V Mis J iLiSiiweHand tended the TcadijfriV meetinj at Cs Mill Friday Mr Clay Crump fis bct wiat 11 ifin Miv George llaydim sprint S night with his brother Mr Haydon Mr HllCl ItsS T Suwell od to fciioir home iti Henry ter I pleasant weokb visit friends tIIlLrclnt es rt iaap Miss Nanoy Mnir spent day this week with thg hiss at Winchester 4 Quite vi number irom this attended this leathers meet Wados MilLFiiday A 1uu lien Avas erved Everybody iiouneew it a riatfsueeess Dr lflPIl jAin made a nwttlk he bein ilirst on the projjnw lias n girlone buckon A k UhJlano at the opera vember IstJ sA BAD MY COD IS The Most Severe Cold and Misery Will Be Relieved in Few Hours There is not out grain of in Papes Colcl Compound iicn taken every two loin three consecutive doses are will purely end tae giippe and up the most severe cold either headchest btr lf stomach or It piomptlv relieves the enable neuralsriji uains hfJ S sNJ r au we r a C oft How are your towels i the doctor always asks He knows hqw important is the question of constipation He knows productAyers Pills are the best liver pills you caft possibly take Sold for over 60 years dullness head and nose stuffed up 1everisjiness sueesdng sore throat running of the nose caturrhaP alive soreness ftilriicss and rheu matie twinges Papers Geld Compound is the re tilt of three years research rt a cost t more than fifty thousand dollars ind contains no quinine which weave conclusively demonstrated is not ciTective in the treatment of colds 01 grippe Take this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made Guy where else in the world which willI cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without Guy otier resistance or bad aftereffects as 2ircent package of Papes Cold Compound whitv any druggist in the world ran supply Sale sill my house and rut on hen Ihtlky street at public auction Mon lay Nov 7 at 10 a m Mouse piped for gas rlcraiut sale m ule ftiUAvn on tiny of sale HOWARD WATTS Auctiqner Mrs Pattie Patterson ANNOUNCEMfNf IJeginnhi Saturday October 29 IC will elote at 10oO j m and mIa m c c fpr a shave on Sunday until 1030 After 105025 cunts- JOHNSON JANUARY 10284t ILhere is nothing like getting your building materials from a reliable irm You get the best mutcrjals a the most reasonable pi ices mal you know nhut you get Koysc fi Boone 3fl27t I For Sate Privately f Grocery and Meat Market A number one stand Will sell on account ofotherf 1r t mow business Ecfci n Bros4 j2iineoj 50 N Main StWinchesterKy un u id Your gun IthlWindisl r1aundFY 0 jahvrys RED stIR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domestic r fuelwe guarantee every load ROYSES BOONE Winchester Both Phones 1f Winchester Opera House SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 5th SEASONSThat The House of a Thousand Candles t Dramatized From MIiREDITHMCULSNS Novelof the Santee Name All thd Fat11cus und Mysterious Scenes IiuluHnt THE ODD OLD MANSION ROOM OF HOLLOW WALLS MYSTERIOUS NOISES APPARTIiON OF OLD GLENARM SHOT FROM NOWHERE THE SECRET PASSAGE A Carefully Selected Company Prices 5ft 75 and 1nMatinee 230 Children 25 Adults 50c Seats on Sale btrodes Drug Store J Peoples State BankSi PAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have b ilt up a bush tress of which f vp are justly proud We arepleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future grog th We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing n ith our customers anti friends And we are glad that our customers arc in all parts of the city and couu ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors Vc would like Very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially iuvite you to make us a visit and hives igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business i JOHN M HQDGKIN Cashier J L BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pros FARMS FOR SALE FARM XO lToO acres 7i miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with 0 rooms 2 porches stood staple holds 4 acres of tobac uutbuildIiugs bearing Fencing good Divided into four tots all well watered All in grass except Sor ir tlesClo o to good school PriccJJiiOOO FARM NO 25Sacres utile from Winchester on good pike lias a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4aeriesof to bacco Ice house chicken house coal house meat h corn crib hog houses mal tlierout 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 good school and churches and in less than a quarter of a mile from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO aDO acres V mil es from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of rooms 2 porches stuck barn 5acrt tobacco barn good cellar and all out mildings allut good condition di ided in i tracts all well watered liul fenced About 20 acres ill cul tivation balance in gras Withii onehalf mileol ood school church store and ppsUilltcc and blacksmith shop Price rjQQi FARM XO dGOacres 7 nile trout Winchester onequarter mile front railroad slajion has tvasiory frame dwelling alJijiijoms new stock burn 4acrc tobacco buii fill yecp arc outbuildings Well wrtercd with lwvleH1Icl creeks All nut ide fencinsj good Aboul l acre in cultivation kbalaiicX in grass Price fi000 a FUcII NO15l0uses 7 tuilct from Winchester fcWoVstoiy frame dwelling with t7 rp6ih 5acre tobac cohtII All necei arY piithdu e Small tenant hmlv AVell lIIll mil watered Price fj1i acre FARM NO G1Ui acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike lood dwelling qf 7 015 rooms AlKnec essaiy ontbuildings 12 yre toliacr hart null tenant house Well fenced acid watered Plenty of tobacco laud Price 130 per acre FA KM NO 731i acres 3 miles from Winchester has two liveroom dwellings one ipacre tobacco brrii plenty tobacco landc jy all in iirMcEldowney ICATCHING COLD 4jr From an Register mid Leader Ues Mines la t wlicltilever the weatber ebtngej suddenly or lye sit or sleep in Jdraftis till iottsetiserIVe have this crcyolntion ttflirJSritiojjtrine nNirleiehroil the our lJwrHYs ot ChrisigirSciencye hut also on the tintboiity 6tjjrefnilar allo natbic M D duly grn JUt ad graoPrice per acre FAILAt NO S21i aClef 3 miles from Winchester on good pike lids new Groom dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO 950 acres 7 miles from Winchester frets twoslory frame dwelling with rooms tobae to barn holding i acres all necessary outbuildings good oreluddwell wat ered with wells springs held pools Small tenant house 13 acres in Cul tivation balance in grass price 5 000 FARM NO 10iJOO tars 12 mil es from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms twi ant house Sacre 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 1127acres 7hill- es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barn which hold 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 JrFARM NO 1215i acres 11 trmiles from Winchester on good ik2 r hrs twostory frame dwelling rooms 7acre tobacco barn and allrv outbuildings well watered and fenced iffi Good laud Price 20000 FARM NO 1353acres 7 tulle from Winchester has live room dwelling flacre tobacco barn lUll necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1402 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike htY 4room fnant house new 10acre to bncco barn neverfailing water tlrl tobacco land Price fi 125 per ere FARM NU 1l1Ires 7 2 mill front Winchester on sjood pike bis twostory fjame dwelling with 9 inoiu good cellar mill all outbuild ings good stock hire 10ncretobac goofper ncrc FARM NO lf79 0ures3i miles frOth Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms All outbuildings 12 acre in cultivation balance in grass Puce 3500 FARM XO 17r58j aeresii mile fjom WmclioUr lnimprovcd land Price I AIt lhso 1810i1 acre neat Chilesburg has 3room tenant hOll well fenceil Hud watered All good land on good pike Price 105 pet aerr- Tacc StokeIy x IOffice Bldg Both Phones editorialin hnittcd and of enougheonseqnenae ui liss rofussion to he allowed to et Torthllisrideisiii a leadintr Jncdiiyij journal the Medical Jtcjconl i Without a hit of flatr oi cuu Brailag0QfEhnha N yv icGhru tlm t inrg cold is a mere hprgyrwho have liyedjn the fresh air 5 lDlj 111erilnil xin terkncl r frptuexpnulc jthat the doctor is light and thlS laugh at the delucfed fear of snfdeai weather changes and drafts I t t I I r i j t 4 t I z KJ TJif t i ii i 1 I J IWI THE + n WINCHESTER NEWS Page Tt r 4Rr Values That Will Win Your Enthusiasm Ijj u 41 1r- The first snow of the season came last week It is a hint that Jack frost is upon us Each department of this J t great store has added its quota to the great assortment of seasonable merchandise h ReadyMade Department We have the finest line of Coat Suits Skirts andr Shirt Waists in Winchester You must see this r seasonable stock before you go elsewhere All the popular colors in the very latest style cuts You can buy suits to meet your purse Come and inspect our stock r Blankets J7 Its blanket buying time Bed coverings that keep out the cold these chilly nights We have an assortment of new and splendid values in Blankets and Comforts I J TLcCLIFTON 13 ROSSOpp Court House Yini I iI SOCIETY drab tl Halloween PartyIA charming Halloween i arty- was given by the ladies of tIlt t younger society set of Winchester in tne old house belonging to Mr WilI iinmW ooMott on Lexington avenue the decorations were in patriotic bunting autumn leaves and flags mutyIte queness to the scene j A feature of the therfellingof fortunes which predicted biilliaiit futures for the various furnished great II1lU e anentGames auuroutiate to the occasion were played and much enjoyed A colored orchestra furnished music daueedrfl bewitch ing little witch served hot coffee from a steaming kettle Abut forty guests Were present Mcsdames John J TigertT W L anMcter Cecil Parks Charles Nelson and Mix Lena Bratton were chaperones Will Move to Louisville f1aughter1Iisse Alabama will this week move tr Louisville to make their future home Thev are the widow and children of u t First of the Season We have just received the first shipment of f Miss Hollidays Home Made Candies Packed in Iii IIII and V Pound Boxes The finest purest and most delicious candy you can buyf Strictly in a Class itself Another of Our Famous Quality Lines if DONT FORGET THE PLACE Ii MacNeill Weathers ni Both Phones No 40 11F Rev W T MeElroy formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city Marriage Announcement Cards have been received announc = ing the marriage of Dillard Price Eubank to Miss Mabel Eunice Wil lianis both of Shreveport La TliQ wedding will take place at the Firs Baptist church of tint city WednesJ day November DUi The groont is liI sun of W Zubauki native of this ouuty and for some time was ton lected with the Clark County Na tional Bank He is now a prosperous business man of Shreveport HL bride is said to be a most lovely young huly lle join a host of friends in best wishes and consratul ition r Th IPrin I cess exclusive origi different icrdinarpstyles h- outoftheordinary McCORD WINCHESTER Underwear L It is underwear buying time We carry hand finished underwear in all seasonable weights and materials in separate pieces or union suits Hosiery We carry the well known Knotair HoseT the kind that is guaranteed months You can get it in medium or heavy weights We Give S H Green- i Trading Stamps j h ster Ky J The by Kings Daughters The Kings ofbi Friday afternoon at 3 oclock aftci tub Bible class A large attendant is requested as business of import ancc will be 1iscussedI Birthday Party airIMrs Attersall in Winchester Satui Itday and visited Miss Mayme Turner at Millershurg College Mjss Turner returned to Winchester with the party where an elegant dinner party wu given by Mis Attersall on Saturday oveninir in honor of the celebratior Shoes Styles are naland Cr y features u PHILLIPS Opp Court House KY for six of the sixteenth anniversary of Miss Turners birthday The occasion was quite a surprise to the young lady The dinner was elegant in all of its appointments and conspicuous with ti large birthday cake upon which were placedsixteen lighted candles Jessamine Journal Miss Aljtry finis is Visiting relaij lives in Lexington N T Clark of Hath county Ir here last week ItYrties at Nicholasvillc last week A thui Dallas and Stanley Tinley visited in Bath county last week rJJ Haggard visited relatives Iin Richmond the past week Mrs Harvey Pigg of London Visited Mrs C Er Snvitli this week Messrs Charlie Boone and Martin Thomson spent Sunday in Lexington Mr and Mrs R L Dudley ot Fleniingsburg visited here the past week Deputy Sheriff G M Hart was it Gibson City Illinois on business last week Miss rat Frances Quisenberry who has been suffering for the past week of rheumatism is about recov ered Mrs Clayton Strode and Miss Wil lie Hieatt were visitors at Sunday BenarMrs George IX Nelson and attended Tote Fourth Estate Lexington opera house Monday tJvu1 sing v Mr Henry Prewitt of Mt Sterling spent Sunday in this city Miss Sara Buckner spent Friday with Mrs Edward Sims in Cincn nati to see the fdirioiis Russian dancer Madame Pavlorcvav Mr Robert Friend of Irvine who is stumping the State in the interest of the Democratic nohnncss for Con gress spent Sunday illYin hoster Mr Friend was formerly a student at Kentucky Wesleyan Col lge Mr Connie Lisle of Paris is hereto attend the hearing of the Lisle will case Mr C A Hqsci of Huntington tytJ t DIGoff i f SATISFACTIONWe Guarantee YouIABSOLUTE SATISFACTIONon every transaction The line of goods we carry luck Up Time Guarantee f C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KY J MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA The Modern Woodmen of America held a special meeting in their rooms in the Fraternity building Monday night Some business of importance J was transacted and degree work put unYMr Oscar Kcton was in Leving fn lHulav eveuiug fire brick Pan be found at Ko e IJiiiiits 102731Y Citizens National Bank Paidup Capital 5100000 Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 9 We wulgiic you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to al business entrusted to utJ D Simpson Ires A H Hanjptou Cashier 4 T p PhiliipsV Prcs J W Poynter Asst Cashier l 4JII +ttj THE BESTIl is alone good enough for oar customers We have been fc this business in Winchester for many years and haiff t learned by experience maul points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than I anybodyyelse f 1R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY Gl I f8 5 h LC Ti iYijri 3Yhour SHE WlNCNESTER NEWS i po You Open Your Mouthl a Like a young bird and gulp down whatever food or medicine may 1 be offered you Or do you want to know something of the com rPosition and character of that which you take into your stomach f hether as food or medicine if Most intelligent and sensible people nowadays insist on rl knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine j Dr PICKS believes they have a perfect right to INSIST t upon such knowledge So he publishes broadcast and jjfc on each bottlewrapper what his medicines are made Of and verifies It under oath This he feels he can well r IF afford to do because the more the ingredients of which Cr his medicines are made are studied and understood the ryr- f more will their superior curative virtues be appreciated VT frequentiV Dr Pierces Favorite Presqnption Isa most efficient remedy It IS equally effective in giving strength to nursing mothers and in preparing the system of the expectant mother Fatti the organs distinctly feminine in particular It is also a soothing and invigorating nerv ine and cures nervous exhaustion nervous prostation neuralgia hysteria chorea I oor St Vituss dance and other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon functional t and organic diseases of the organs v A host of medical authorities of all the severalschools of practice recommendeach y ot the several ingredients of which Favorite Prescription is made for the cure of the t 41seases lor whIchIt is claimed to be a cure You may readwhat the saf oursel Y f sending postal cardrequest for a free booklet of extracts from the leadl authorities to Dr R V Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo Nand it will ycom postItst to experiment withnew or but slightly testedmod FavoritePrescription1substitute is made of but you dont and it is decidedly for your interest that you should h know what you are taking into your stomach and system expecting to act as a curative To him its a difference of profit Therefore insist on having Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription I Send 31 onecent to PiercepayCommon Scns Medical Adviser 1008 pages clothbound Address Dr Pierce as above iWlNCHESTEROPERA HOUSE SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION iI TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING NOV 1ST I GALLANO The Man of Thought Presenting Mind Reading Hypnotism and Spiritualism SEE the Sensational Blind and Old Carriage TuesdayWov SEE the Hypnotized n Tuesday Nights SEE the Struggle for Life Wednesday Night v NewiFeatures every night and a complete change of Program nightly i Vdmission 15 and 25 cents I Opie Read The 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 OJd Lim JTucRlin I ADMISSION Gas StovesGas Heaters of all kinds and Pzices Gas Ranges of the very best makes ISEASON Gas LightsThe Famous Wejshbacli Mantel and Globes that will please the most fastidious GRANT WITT CO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET i i I a Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time tie goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice Rhaving the service of the a EAST rNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED youhaventCall our manager for full information I f HR h J I 0t Does your girl love you Ask Gallano at the opera house Novem ber 1st Destiny and Human Will Destiny bears us to our lot and destiny perhaps our own wlllDis raeli w Lcwt p rDo You Want Beautifulair HERJS IS YOUR CHANCE BREH SAMPLES TO AIA ionpbeantifathair PUParNhomeuItchiacscalpant growth of hair It revives dying hall re aatipreserves y f L r S Lei your dreams come true I W iGrowWaYTWoodburys Combination Treatment costa at more than a bottle of common ordinary bail tonic yetWoodburys is backed up byaJmt ialf a century of experience Some people still think a visit to the Institute is necessary DONT MAKE TIllS MISTAKE Woodburys Hair and Scalp Prepar ations are now sold by all druggists Send a two cent stamp to The Woodbury Co 47 West 34th Street New York City for sum ale booklet and specialists advise all FltE Phillips Drug Store Distributors for Winchester Ky FOR SALE Automobile 40liorse power two or four passenger cap able of making miles an hour Used weeks Will sell for oash or will blade Easy to manipulate Alady can run it Apply Dr JN Rankin 102C2wk CflHtESUN lANGLEY 1p AS SEEN BY THE PRESS L WOULD AID VETERANS After the completion of bills on ycsIHouse at appnonce resolved itself into the committee of the whole and took up the consideration of this measure One of the most interesting deliveredhdntuckylvhooccupied the attention of the House for more than an hour He began his remarks by deprecating the tendency which has been shown by some men in high places recently to seekor revive what he termed the prejudices andpassions of the old re bellion days There are some men declared Mr Langley yho do not seem to realize that the war is qver although the ee1iooi the last shot died away nearly halfai century ago Turuiiig ftS his Republican cut leagues he said Let us live for the present and th future and not in the memories of the dead and buried past If we ex pect to win future political contests wje must do it by standing upon living issuesand by relying upon the record which wjcjiayc made with the poW- ethat the American people have placed in ourhandlII elpquent tribute to th Soutiheni peonle and to the old Con federates who he declared have ac cepted the results of the war in good faith and are now contributing their share towardmaking the nation happier better ami greater This semi meat was liberally applaudedon both sides of the House Mr Langley directed attention to the fact that more than one hundred members of the House have intro duced pension bills all designed to make the present system more liberal and intimated strongly that a good many oBtficsti1 bills were evidently in troduced for home consumption He contended that the soldiers could noT be blamed fpr becoming dubious of the motive sQf the members who troduced billsandtheji let thc n diQ in committee without ranking an ef fort tp get them considered He obtained unaniuibus consent t o insert in the liecord a summary ol i that have been intro tdiweil names of the authors of such hillaiand contended that if- thcyueio twhell they ii- itroducedthese bills mid would join lnuir sonicthiu more would he accomplished for the soldiers at this session of Congress Mr Langley ciitid iced the practice of passing private pension bills which resulted in favoring a few thehmany and contended that ii general law ought JQ he passed providing n liberal peusiouforall veterans of the Mexican and civil wars who are with out other means of support The p1l1cipalpa tof his speech however was devoted io a discussion of his bill providing pensions for State1 mili tiamen who glided in the suppression of the rebellion The 3 onnthis question attracted a great deal of attention from the members present more than a score of whom inter rupted him during his speech Hhe showed great familiarity with the question and was warmly congratulated by many of his colleagues argumentsIto them in a stronger light than they had ever had it presented before lit was interruptedseveral times by Rep reseutative Sulloway chairman of the committee on invalid pensions before which committee his militia lULjs h anyr CHRYSAN TBEMUMS and the- FOOTBALL SEASON ifsometbiDgfornext we have hyacinthus nary cissus tulips sacred lilies and many other nice bulbs Or if a beautiful everlastingPence privet we Save it by the yard rod or mile POOLE PURLLANT Florists SHEARERS GREENHOUSES PHONE 396 f t r J L member present to arise and give a good reason while these militiamei should not be placed on the pension roll but there was no response Mr Langley also advocated the re pealof all laws making prior Confed crate service a bar tp pension arid said that he favored placing a monu ment over the graves of the Confed erate dead as is now done in the eases of Union soldiers He also expressed his regret that Governor Will son had felt it his duty to veto the Confederate pension billrecently passed by the Kentucky Legislature Washington Post March 22 1910 LANGLEYS PLEAFOR KENTUCKY In his recent speech upon the tarifl Hon John W Langley of Kentucky commanded the attention of the mem bers of the House of Representative by his direct statements meeting at they did the questions at issue without evasion by his display of fuT therecords of both parties and pf the various leaders upon tariff schedules and by his warring to his party asso ciates that departure from the prin ciple of protection as far as the in Soutlrwere concerned meant the renounce ment of Republican hopes for politi SoutheHe adopted General Hancock views as to the tariff being a loca question and made it plain that whil he was in favor of protection ally he did not propose that his district State or section should go with out its fullshare One of the features of his addres was reading the following plank fron the Democratic national platform o 1884 The necessary reduction am taxation can and must be effected without depriving American labor o the ability to compete successfull with foreign labor and without im posing lower rotes ofduty than wil boatnplle to cover any increased cos of production which may exist in consequence of the higher rate of wage prevailing in this country Mr Langley pronounced that Democratic utterance as prcttgoo Republican doctrine J ispeech was one of thermos effective that has yet been deliverer on the subject and he made it clea that the Republicans of the Nort could not carry through a tarif measure that protected the interest of that section alone and as he aptly and forcibly expressed it would ooh break the Solid South commercial ly rather than politically Mr Langley scored a success it treating the question from a busines standpoint rather than from the pier of a political partisan Editorial it Cincinnati Enquirer May 1 1909 CLARK COUNTY REIMBURSED The backwater resulting from flu improvement of the Kentucky Rive necessitated the construction oftbridge over Upper ITowttrds Creek near Allensville in this county Th county put in the bridge at a cost of 272705 It the last sessionOf Congress the Tenth District Repre sentative in Congress Hon John W Langley introduced bill to reimbursi the county for the expenditure At 5 oclock Friday afternoon Judge J II Evans received the fol lowing telegram WashiiiLton D roo Jan 1 1909 THE AUDITORIUMTHEATRE INC MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS October 31 acd November i LILLIAN CARSON CO Presenting the Maid of Grotto in in spectacular and transformation dances Special SceneryGeor Jgeous Electrical Effects and Mag nificent Costumes tJIIt PARIS BROS In their laughing skit- NOODLENOODLE A feature act on any bill 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230- Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seats- BLOOMFIELD t RATLIFF PROPRIETORS r ll Advertisements I IC a word for a sjngK insertice 2c a word Iii three consecutive In sertions V2c a word for each additional in sertion Cc a word per month perInsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Store room on corner of Maple and Broadway Immediate possession given Good stand tN For Insurance 01 Your Tobacco Office In McEldowney BuIIIding Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency FFICK Fraternity Bldg Phone FOR RENT Cottage on Brown Court all modem conveniences A Beatty News office 1031tf NANTEDA first grade hitch cow Call Home phone 848A10313t FOR SALE Some highbred fancy young Shetland ponies mares and horses Prices are right YoT Ogden 102Gl JVANTED Position as stenographer Several years experience Apply Mr Robbiusffcjjaofrio vsee 081mo J OR RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once for I lOney rent or goof note Apply to H W Ecton at Ectons grocery 1010tfi FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Is land Red cockerels Call Home phone 813A 1010tf WANTED Boarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath 1013tf FOR SALE 100 hogs in lots to suit purchasers to be delivered fron 20th to 25th of November Can be slaughtered on premises B A Ogden 1017tf AANTED Five or six carpenters Apply W P Eckley 101913 FOR RENT Two rooms over Mc Cord Phillips shoe store1027tf FOR RENT New modern house furnished No 354 Boone avenue from December 1st to May 1st W H French 10293t Judge J H Evans Winchester Ky uumirThe feather referred to is one that Judge Evans promised to put in Mr Langleys cap if he got the bill through =Winchester SunSentinel HEART AND SOUL FOR DISTRICT Ilion John W Langley is heart and the good he cull do for the Congressional Distirct he represents Pikeville Herald THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good work Will lit pleased to show the latest model to prospective pnrcUascrs Will sell either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS Kthvs OO1Ce If you have lost your sweetheart ask Gallano at the opcuiouse November 1 fP t A right Student During a recent examination in the theology of the Old Testament the following question was asked a young clergyman What language did Bal aams ass speak After a moment of thought a smile flashed across his face and he wrote his answer I looked at the paper He had written Assyrian EippIncotlf airtra a xk F t tl taken Cashlet It b nrca VicePresident Ant Chier Clark Comity National Bank Established 1885 vi Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Trailers Solicited CeIIeclonQ Made on POInts Crpital and Surplus 35000000 V W Bush S Company- FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE MCEIDOWNEY Phone 145 BUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magneti Call and see this car at WINCHESTER GARAGE PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Attorneys at Uw 5tk Floor McEIdowney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law ffice 5th Floor McEidowney BuildiVf Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M Law JO S Main St Winchester Ky WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rqller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no cruel- NOTECETOCITY TAX PAYERS The city taxes have been past dae since July 1 Those owing taxes will please call and settle at once nid avoid the penalty which takes eiTict JSillbuilding each cvcnintr until 9 p m beginning October 3 1910 JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collector 930tf DRINK j More Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days be1 fore thepenalty is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully Yoo BROCK Sheriff 1015tf IIf yon are in doubt ask GallallO at the opera house November NOTICE Winchester Shaving Parlor illtclose at 1030 Saturday niglit opVn 730 to 1030 Sunday moniing ilfK Canal Proprietor rirCoal for thee winter is cheaper npVg than it will be two monthsJalor RoserJ3opnc lOSf JiL f