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J astEdition THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOLUME 5 NO 15 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WE KIIW MUCH HIEKST IN LISLE CASEC- ourtroom WithI is Usually Crowded Spectators Listening to estimdny of teh Witnesses Tuesday the court room was almost crowded with citizens interested ir the outcome of the Claiborne Lislt will case Most of the crowd wut composedof ladies friends and ac quaintances of both sides and so in terested was every one in the testi c mony that quiet prevailed Immediately after Ben Duckwortl completed his testimony the contest ants called the defendants witnesses on cross examination This is a move rarely made by contestants and some time was consumed in arguing this pointMrs Roger Eades Mrs Tracy am Mrs Minerva Hodgkin had been call ed and when adjournment was taker Mrs Hodgkin was on the stand Judge Walker noiifijbd ithe juryI Tuesday afternon to come prepared to stay over night He will holdI night sessions from now until the trial is completed and hopes to fin- iS by Saturday Mrs Roger Eades on cross examin ation testifiedHI reside in Madisor county My mother was the daughter of Claiborne Lisle There were fiveI of us children When I was quite a child my mother died inlIissouriJ The children and myself were brought back to Kentucky and for awJiih lived with Minerva Hodgkin Whih living there I had to do house work etc I looked after grandfather whip there I went to school in the fal until I was 17 years old IJ saw a great deal of grandfathe while I was at Mrs Hodgkins have not lived there for six years vas at her home during my grandfathers sickness I was at the hous from 830 to 11 oclock ono morning When I was there he was weak an frail Mrs Hodgkin told me he changing fast and was childless She also toll me that waI boys Sam and Clay Hodgkin sold his hogs and should buy hit t some clothes that he had no mone i to buy them with lCMy grandfather never gave m anything only some clothes when was young After I was grown h has given me nothing lie was very friendly with me He was man who when he liked any one h would talk to them Ho talked freely to the Hodgkin family The rcaso J he did not ilke me I think was be cause he did not feel friendly toward thoI4t Aunt Minerva Hodgki say that the Duckworth childre were eytrivn She presence o my grandfather It was during th time I lived there that these conversa lions occurred about 15 years ag I never expressed my opinion on th subject and dont remember who present I think the convcrsatio grew out of some accounts he had t pay for the Duckworth children lived at aunt Minerva Hodgkins unt I was 23 years old Mrs Hodgki J had two daughters but they neve did work like myself My grandfather was friendly but had very little t say to me Since I have been mar vied I have been to see him onl four or five times My grandfathe never objected to my marrying Mrs Rosa Tracy was the next wit nessI am a sister of Mrs Eades J came back with my sister from Mis souri I was about 7 years old Whei I came back I went to Mrs Oliver 1 tblive Last December I was word about 800 or 1000 I helped aroum the place when I lived with Mrs 01 her I used togo to Mrs Hodgkin before I was married I had a con Hon with my grandfather with reference to my husband buying t farm Mrs Hodgkin was present ant he was sick I had gone to tell bin goodbye He asked me if my hus build had bought the farm I told linen he hadnot We liked it lint the house was not Very good anlhe tole- n1e that lvasright The land was al SpqoiY he said i Cross examination When I was there lie had mind enough to knor me At that time Mr Witherspooi was there and I saw nothing wrong with his mind I moved to Madisor county last fall Redirect examination went into the room myijzrandfather and came out with me She spoke to me about him being childish A Boone the County Clerk tesliffea that deeds were made by t Claiborne Lisle as follows- S Oliver 240 acres for 1 auld other considerations Sept 10 1907 to Samuel and Clay Hodgkin 154 acres for 1 natural love and affection 389Ition This deed was not recorded to December 1909 Airs Minerva Hodgkin was then calledI cm a daughter of Claiborne Lisle My mothers name was Hamp ton My husbands name was Jessi Hodgkin never heard my father efer to Mr Eubank or Mr Duck Aorth who married my sister Lever heard him express his feeling oward my husband My father con eyedme some land but I cannot reInember where It asa gift from ny father It is situated about 7 niles from the city I think it is vorth 40 or 50 per acre The deed vas not lodged for record until the lay the will was made I asked him bout lodging the deed to this land for record once only and he told au lot to worry about it that my home vas alright I asked why he had not recorded my deed in 1907 when ChilIdrenI dont know when my father de sided to make a will Mr Winn came nit to see him with Mr Connie Lisle me day and the next day the will was vane Mr Connie Lisle and his wife left and Mr Winn stayed allnight He remained in the room with my father until 9 oclock I dont re nember of hearing my father and Mr Winn talking about the will The firs knew about Mr Sinn staying thai light was when he came to my coon nd said he believed he would star is my father wanted some writing lone When the writing was finishec went into his room He did no ay anything then about the will t Bothof my daughters two song ndhusbandmd my sister Mrs 01 ver were at home that day Mr Ton jisle Avas at hpme on this day Tim gas Sunday Mr Tom Lisle and Mrs sliver were at the house for the pur ose of seeing our father I do not member whether or not Mr Ton isle came back the next day oiling was said by any of us or rat day about the wjjl I knew noth g about Mr Winn coming down ti ur homo until either my son or Mr Inn telephoned us that he was com ig down My father began failing i health for a month or two before ic will was made lIe had not beer nfined to the house before he went bed At the time the 11wm vide he was 89 years of age His earing was very bad During the st few months of his life he talker try little He was also childish H ad been childish for a year h other was very close in money mat He always treated my family ice and thought a preat deal ofme le always said the Duckworthchil ren were hard to manage I thinl e liked the Eubank children One o le Eubank children lived with us ant think he liked her though he hal ry little to say to her I donl pink he was prejudiced against am f his family I never said to hint nything about the Duckworth chil dren I dont remember about him cry ig when visitors were present but he gas very tender hearted The reason think he was tender hearted WIK ecause when he had any trouble he ould seem troubled I do not lembcr that he cried when he refcrr ItIeferring to the Eubank children Mrs Hodgkin was on the stand hen court adjourned for the day The testimony of Mrs Hodgkin was Concluded Wednesday morning and sir Clay Hodgkin followed Mr Iodgkins testimony was substance lie same as his mothers Mrs Hoclg cin Mr Woodson McCord who he guardian of Jock Duckworth now deceased testified with reference to trouble that he had when he was ap pointed guardinwith Mr Claiborne Lisle who had the money Miss Mimie Lisle Mr TValler Juisenberry and Mrs Ernest Bean Iso testified The contestants will probably fm sh their testimony Wcdncsady NEW BAPTIST CHURCH The new Baptist church will have preaching Wednesday night The church meets atthe Fraternity Build ing All are cordially iinvited Most physicians are firstclass skin doctors judging from the size of tlleir J1llsrhl +t r GREAT FIRE AT- MILLERSBURG Bourbon County Town Visited By Ccnflagration the Loss From Which is Placed at Over 150000 MILLERSBURG Ky NO20n conflngrstionbi broke ou there Tuesday morning am before the flames spent their Tom property veined at between loO00 and 200000 was laid in ashes The fire which is believed to have originated from sparks from a Louis vine and Nashville engine switching In the railroad yards tuns first discovered in the conunission house of Miller and Best Fanned by a strong wind the flames wept westward from this slcrtin point burning the following J Stewarts big tobacco ware house R B Hutchcrafts big warehouse tobaccoI Colored M E church- L and N depot and nearby Fifteen frame dwellings in the vi inity of the depot occupied by col jrecl people The fire gained such headway that 1was fear 1 that the entire town vould be destroyed and Paris was appealed to for aid The Paris fire department quickly responded and on n special L N rain was rushed to the scene The warehouses destroyed were all arge buildings and contained lalgli mount of grain tobacco etc While no accurate figures can yet be obtained on the loss and the imount of insurance carried it is mated that the total loss will be be tweeir150000 and 200000 part ally covered by insurance RIDER WARNING PADUCAH Ky Nov 2Dick Henry of Tuline Livingston county Deceived a note accompanied by witches warning him to leave thr Bounty He swore out a warrant JamesrBeck neighbors charging them with ending the notice which was sign d Lyon County fight Riders WILL HlNOfRSON RESTING WELL Townsehd Gives Out Statement in Regard to Incidents Leading to the Quarrel and CuttingI It was reported Wednesday morn ng that Will Henderson who was cut by James Townsend Tuesday on North Main street was resting well ltd that it is now hoped that he wits tot fatally wounded lIe was cutI tAvice once near the heart and the other near the bowels The lower wound is considered the more dan erous and it may be several days before it call be learned whether or 110tI his ItYhcnTownsend seemed to be at himself more than he was Tuesday afternoon but talked very little He said Henderson and myself have been neighbors and friends for some time We were in Jones an Blacks saloon at the time the difficulty came up We were kidding each other about politics in a friendly way and I never dreamed of his get ting mad Several people came in and joined in the conversation all in a frridly way Mr Black who was tending bur at the time noticed that Henderson was getting mad and told me I had better go out of the house I obeyed and stepped out on tie pavement Henderson followed me out I Avialked near tho outside of the pavement and he walked up and boxes into the street He had hi boxes into the tsreet He had his knife opened in his handsHc hit me the second time and I thought ha had cut my neck and then I got DiY knife out and cut him We had tak en a drink but were not drunk The cutting did not occur in the saloon of Jones Black as reported in Tuesdays News but outside in front of the building Report Corrected To the editor of The NeWs OLIthe in Jones Blacks We do not llndllostalidwhY8 eh report was published when the cutting was on Main street in view ofat least 20 people We feel that an injustice has been done to us in publishing the affray as being in our place and will ask the News to make the correction JONES ri iI DRUG STOkE IS fO iEQPW BrownProctoria Pharmacy Has Been Sold to Mr Charles A Hosey of Huntington W Va Mr Charles A Moseyof Huntington W Va bought at private sale Tuesday from the trustees in bank alLewis d and stock of the E E Kidwell phar racy in the BrownProctoria Hotel The price paid wss 4820 The previous public sale to Mr n A Scobee for 3580 was not confirmed because it was not threfourths of appraised valuation thel The store will be opened for iness Thursday morning with Mi der in charge lIe will be glad to see all old customers again Mr Mosey comes well recommended He lies conducted a successful business in Huntington andtrill undoubtedly succeed here Mr Mosey is a graduate in pharmacy of the of Northern Ohio fit1uliIychildren But he hopes toe a iiJIzen of Winchester in the very iiea futu e MANAGER OF- POUlTRY FARMi Resigns His Pst rn ccrirrt cfj illness and Another Man Will Take His Place Ml Sam Jett owner of the Winchester Poultry Plant received a let ter from Mr Newell Shuter the manager Wednesday stating that his healthwas in such a condition that ho would be unable to return here for some time and that it would be best to get some one in his place for presentMr is a his home in 11hltrtother manager at the pJalitWeQnes GALLANO Opened his initial performance at the opera house Tuesday night to fairsized audience His work to ev erything was satisfactory to all cxL ceping his hypnotic program His subjects were slow in coming forward Wednesday night he will present his spiritualism and he will introduce new features to every part his program He will have new pictures Those wishing to commun icate with their dead friends ecu come forward with their questions He AAputs the ladies to get their spiritual horoscope free TWO BIG VAUDEVILLEACTS One of the very best shows that has been seen at the Auditorium thi season is to appear there Wednesday night in Dixie Harris and Francis in a comedy singing and talking hit or a diamond in the roughand Bredan and Payne the boys with the Xylophone novel and pleasing musical act Two exceptionally good reels of moving pictures are also on this bill which is the best bill yet offered by the management of the Auditorium His Gritty HeelsiUncIe Jerry was start on a weeks visit to the country says the Chicago Tribune Have you got everything asked Aunt Ann Peebles He looked hastily through his valise No by George ho ex claimed Ive forgot my sheet of sandpaper What does he want of that inquired Nephew Bill as the old gentleman went to hunt up He has to sandpaper Wa heels every other morning explained Aunt Ann to keep from wearing hbies ugh his socks rv thor = t j J05 HAVE NOWi REGISTEREDt Democrats Lead in Supplemental Registration By a Majority of TwentyThreeThe still lead in the supplemental registration by majority Wednesday will betIlt last day and unless you register will not be able to vote at the Nmcmj ber election Up to Wednesday at noon 03 Democrats 40 Republicans land2 Independents had registered The Democrats lead by 23 OPIE READ A KETUCK1AN Although Born in Tennessee He H SI Made Fame By TypesItucky Life and dI Although born in Tenessec a during his life a resident of several States Opic Read is more of a KcnI tuckiau than anything else for it was in Kentucky that his career began and it is in his stories dealing with Kentucky life and types that he has achieved his most remarkable sue 3esses Mr Read moved early from newsIpaper hiInThe Cleveland Leader The Arkansas Traveler The last named paper yhich secured a national reputatior is a humorous sheet was estabUshec lid conducted for years by Mi Read It is however in such works Kentucky Colonel that Mr iBeaci shows that he was influenced preemj neatly by the customs rend f this Commonwealth in which hi early life pas spent Doubtless als it was here that mareelous fund of aorons oiastcred the negro dialect and be ttine ernbued with tilt lore of the olr South Perhaps no writer of today liar old the stol sics of the South Avitl the ciann of Opie Rcixl His trans ration of the poetry color and folk lore of the old South and the neil twentyyringsbooks nearly every one fragvibrantranee of Dixie He expresses tb farm quick heartbeat of the 011 olantUion life and of the farm lift succeeding it Read is an jnvetercl storyteller and leis stories have ndescribable charm Keep tub or him one hour at lunch or in the mor ordinary run of an evenings talk and you will find yourself to good on twenty new stories thI from the inexhaustible Read He will tell on an average of onI story every three minutes They all unpublished tries that suggest th unpublished volumes his big heart ha in store For all of Opie Read in hi He takes a sample rural ploi folalows it through with the keenest sympathy and a wonderful truthful ness to the life and environment b leuicts Therein lies the charm of al ic does Truth truth to the Soutr f Smvnnce river of the Juckhm and of the waters of Caney Fork For richness of color one could not veil surpass a study in the moun- Tennesseetains of Kentucky Vir Ianalurruorous dreamy day of ease and leisure one could not mater the valleys farther south Few know this life so well is Opie Read and none hrve so well expressed it Indeed virgin is this field that both Read acrid the South would be serious losers should Read be tempted forsake it But he never will Once the Southern dream the witchery of theIspell of the the sweelbiier perfume get into the blood they burn like blue fire like the madness of the blue rose as long as life lasts Reads senses are permeated with the breath of the Souths blue rose HENRY C WARN ACh He will lecture at the College chcipel Friday night nextiMany a man has bene arreplcd forII forgery simply1 becaiise hQ tried make a name QR4imsclftfi kt MUST DELIVER I ALL TOBACCO Burley District Board Instructs Ccunty Chairmen to Have All Tobacco Sent LEXINGTON Ky Nov 2Following a unanimous vote by the Dis LcIBurley Tobacco Society pool at 104o sCSSionloffore midnight bindingIa passed at a called meeting of the same body October 15 a recommendation a outshlejiunanimous vote declaring the pool defunct cud with a single exception the growers yotcdas a unit The name of the growl r was not reported here but in Robertson county one man voted six acres in favor of the pools standing Preceding the vote on the pool members reported upon tobacco in ind out warehouses shipping rentals prizing deliveries and housing To compel the prompt delivery of tobacco 1009 still held by growers the following resolution was That we instruct each chairman to see that the counhIi f the 1900 pooled tobacco i1Jlcbelieve that he will not deliver his tobacco to take legal steps and further should there atonccIt good reason for lfluidling to bacco and any tobacco is not deliv red during that season that ogal steps as may be suej ieciire the delivsiyof same bo once A report was made to the board hat in a fire vit Millersburg three uindred and eleven hogsheads of to acco belonging to the society lint ecii destroyed It was stated in the eporl that sparks front arailvwaj inc had started the conflagration At 1145p in the board adjourned o meet aujin December Three hundred and sixteen hogs leads of 1909 pooled tobacco were ngIon0 1 The range District Board were inter Ii sted spectators and there was r large crowd of others at morning antI 1initialCinIIcinnatibaccp was offered bare of hogshead ind recoopcred after purchase Loose Leaf Sales Lexington opened up with eacl louse selling both loose leaf sales o he 1910 crop and hogshead sales under the Louisville Exchange rule Covering the hogshead sales of thIlool tobacco There was light offer ngs of 1910 crop of loose sales owi ug to the lack of handling season The prices mn from 3 for comraor iondescrii t housebumt stuff ti 1575 for fair to good tobacco There las been little tobacco of any de ided merit sent to this market si tX DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr Samuel Berryman Jlr Samuel Berryman aged 70 years of near Red Bridge this coun ty died Tuesday night after an ill ness of typhoid pneumonia- Mr Berryman was of one of the ildest and most respected families of the county Ho was twice married mud has a number of children who survive by his first marriage He vas only married the second tune bout a year ago to Miss Haggard who survives- The funeral services will be con ducted at the Pharis Hill church byIchester cemetery at m IIThc following will act as pullbear Active Robert Berryman i iOlipknut Berryinan Elmer Berry man Eugene Berryman Samuel Jon 1Honorn1yGeorge Hunt Thos Way Judy Nickelberry Powell and J H Bush Unpaid For Many a man who has a prosperous appearance still owes for the appear ante Tietroit Free Press r Z J 0 it VVEIATHEIRv Fair and Cooler Tonight Thursday Jil J 2 nc 1 i rs re T es it ar so to it en 4 SOCIETY Marriage Announced auuoundl4utetttnliesbeen Mr and Mr WiUiamEliiie Uar mon hove the honour of annomicmg the marriage of their Helen Edith Critliths to Mrihaw iiGfirsthundred and ten at the Church of the Atonement Zuo tie Long Island New YorkHMr BtitkneY wrs one of the Civil engineers who had chaise of nit construction of the L X road liefe lIe lived in this city oci4somc time and has many friends who extend PrCSIIt Brooklyn i 1V CHRIST atfnext Sunday morning and night RUCKERVILLE Mr Wrn Ragland is conducting a livery stable in v Raglaud has not gone yet lint will go in the near future Their son Avjll remain at the home place Dr Allen bought a horse from Mike Raker for 175 Mr Will Powell who was badly hurt by being thrown from a horse improving but is still at the home Mr and Mrs Tom Adams Aunt Betty Cooper has gorigpjj in extended visit to relatives in Mnd ison county Mr Andy Baber of Madison Cpuii attended the funeral and burwlof brotherinlaw Henry Copper and visited Mr Coopers family la tweq k John W Adams hrs his new kitchen about completed ij S W1 Stephens and Joseph Eppcr son are working on their IHJW kjcjtcu and dining room j rMrs Joe Jones and chldrenhair- etuilted home after visiting relatives near here JT Epperson bought avmuld Trjjjn Bush Bros forOG j Mr and Mrs Fielder Adamsnd hildren visited relatives at Blp6m 4ngdalo Saturday night and Sudnay Mrs Scott Haggard and daughter Miss Lizzie spout from Friday miti Sunday with Mrs Haggards daugh ter Mrs Howard Picrsall Mrs Maggie Johnson and daughter and grandson returned to their Immo Texas after a three mon layrelatives here n Two more of Mr Rodney Cooper children arc ill with fever this milk ing seven out of nine children that have been very ill with the same disr ease The oldest daughter was tak ill away from home and is at thu home of Mr and Mrs Andy Adams Robert Baker visited his uncle Richard Williams family near Pilot iew Sunday Mrs Eliza Pace who was taken il it the home of Mr and Mrs Rodney Cooper returned to her home in AViri chester last week Died October 25th of typhoid fever henry Cooper son of Mr aft Mrs Rodney Cooper aged 15 yeard and seven months The funeral was Breached the following day nt the church here by Tier M P Lowery ind burial in the family lot at tie Brock graveyard The many beautiful flowers showed rte esteem the deceased and family were held in It had only been eleven days since the little girl had died The sympathy of the comunity goes out to the family n their dark hours of trouble Oh the sorrow weve experienced Since the loss of our dear son HeaventHe knoweth best His will be dope TOO LATE TO CLAW STRAYED OR STOLEN Monday night October 31st black horse 10 years old IGi hands high sa dler thin mane and tail from Phillip y farm on Pretty Run pike Rewarii for information leading to iisvifV covers THOS F w LSjlglor Woddsou McCord cli liceSt 1 FOR RENT A 5room cotta ou Cook avenue with gas 41mYf to Miss Laura Eton II c No 13 n23t FOR RENTThree rooms n dhal with gas Suitable for lighthouse keeping Apply C C Rbbinsf News office 112 31 WANTED Situation by experienced cook Address M Sro12 Third street W nchesli11Y ll2Vlt sria t r F- 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books for less tHtfn 25 dents TiS fat Eft REPRESENTED FOR FOR ADVERVISING BY THE s iL GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO fclfANCHES IN ALL TILE PRINCIPAL CITIES i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 910 h IN SYMPATHY t t AVA are hi heaily sympathy with tSe insurgent movement ivJietlior in Ipenioc aticor liepuli nr1iksY Utmc to see the Pattdrson uuVcliiue- r th rouRfJujT rirtfaylied in Tennessee j iindtUe insurgent Hepublicany sucr t c 11ttstYReplt a homfort8ble nuijority we know tiiiit the f eiuocrats and insurgent t Jtptfiiblicans iill lyJiiirql by a great ittt I itlephbyiioitld goat thij election which iyil 14 decided in less than a week now iTiiroii rfiurtt the Middle West tat hruoc1a c Mjiiiy Motes thrown in their lot ivitlt tff jh as they believe the insurgent rfejJiescJiit Dcnlot l doetnnu ant CCI1Pfni I gmitivsii4W etiej Jucrt1 lint all who are dir JiMdi AHIi the ayneAldrich tn r tidwlIiftlctionB ill Xyw York anti Msussa ifijtsejtt some luoiVth IlibinttWi lhjtlltt iaju t t lout Il f tLt Ol- naat ioatdcUbt o- fttl t 13 iole s of JutUson llanuon and iitJI iis ginning ho will ba moM fe firautUibivIemoerutic eandidttte rOt i1 Hity npnuiuition for pre idout 1Iit auwiVork iF Foraker the outer day tS ttttitli4 =lttisit item roast of tW lire t1 2deHtOl and Uhf l VeGiii trf probablySesitt are all 1ilI5tlth r c i vfelj treket Tiie Colonel htnl a i li ifvy lid to carry anyvwiy with the riohiiiortj of Republican legislative 1lntltU1 j iyi I ciitueky there is little insur- t ffoiic but tlie tcjulcivcy eTiVgUg1iouti j jlTe couniivjji bun i JI1beJ t here r aind iy tJJIltilk in4iaiibni irt i i e1Irt l CO A square deal is uuu to all 1 it are tintitlcd txi coual lint in tile ease of a natural hum fool ibrcis not much show r It has snowed in this climate as early as October Otii 17th a dt25t1 yet when it snows October 28lih tins cttw are SltllHised Jesus Christ with his diseipics eretG travel over this country in the manner they did over Samaria and other parts of the Holy Laud they would lie arrested as hoboes Thtise slouchdown womens hat ire great If a woman is Jot verb Dud looking they hidi port oil he Fate 1C she is moil looking you set just enough tomfikc you want to set none Our friend VVclcbme Mullins has a ippitable home at the junction of tree mountain counties Kockcatille ijdnrel and Jackson Some time sine lot of young people were hannga obil time romping over the house tucle Yelk decided to top their rom hinntng through his room lit vds gnbtfA to fasten them out Sc ie made a button for the purpose Te put it on with rent care M 11adet mistake and put it on the loon in place of the jam as he inOl ended and it answered no pl1l Itt all lie wag so disgusted with limseif tor makins the mistake that he left the button on the door and it is licet to this Mr Claiborne Lisle whose will is lOW being contested had the follow ig for his life motto and it is in corporated in the will What conscience dictates to Be or anus ine not to do is more hum Hell 16 shun or iTeavcn pur Fllf GAS r ANn GO Stomachs Feel Fine Five Minutes After Taking a Little as to how long you are roin Id continue a sutferer from how bon you begin taking sortie Dit jpcpsiu If root tomreli is lacking in di festive IW Ihy not help tht Uttinuiuh to do ite work trot with itrastic dnips but a reeirforcemenf and hero will be no more Indigestion no feeling like a lump of lead hi tilt to1l1rchno heartburn Sour risings ilas on Stomach or Hehhing of undi wstcd fooilf Headaches Disziness 01 Sick Stomach and yet eat will not femeut and poison you bieath with nauseous odors AU then mplonts lenilting from a sour out iorder stoniaoli anil djpephi art irenerally relieved in five inuiutes tilter taking a Tittle Djipcpsin Go to your dru Kist arid gel a 50 alit case of Papes Diapepsin iind you wilt always go to the talk with a hearty appetite ami what yor tdll taste good Jjccaiike you stomach and intestines will be clcai and fresh and you will know tluirt alt not going to be any more bC liights aud miserable days for you They freshen you Mud Tribe you feel like life is worth living SKALL If they did millions would vent Of King s New Life Pill lie into rtmi eily for women rot baaitsiititrill IVsjrcd feelinjjs bnckaolic or head ache eoiiotipation disptlirjjj colds imparting appetite and toniajr up 1111 system theyre unetiualed Easy safe sure 2sit at tile VinelVestc 1rng JtOll I J Vot 4 What They Live On It there were no such thlug as asp Journal ONCE YOU BECOME with our lumber you will never be satisfied with any ofa lower grade or stanilaiM For not alone will yoh t liiid ours work up better mill quicker but you will also enjoy a freedom a from future rflpjlr bills that wiF fitRare Come in mil be introduced to it WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING 1NcOkrouren PERRYGRAPHS opportunities dnf INDIGESTION UVRPEPS1A OitfofQirder DiapepsinThe outo 1111liii besidesiwhat tfVOTEt woldwould ACQUAINTED SHORTHAND theshort1cqtir e of individual lessons the best uietliodof teaching known J C Lary 234 Si Highland street Homophone 737 THE GARDEN OF MONTEZUMA Important Discoveries Made in Beau Grounds of Early Mexican Rulers That an unknown highly cultured people of whom neither history tradition nor legend has preserved any record flourished In or near the val ley of Mexico and enjoyed spiced chocolate and aromatic beverages from transplanted tropical fruits grown by them in a marvelously built garden at Oaxtepdc from 1500 to 2000 years ago is the latest theory of Guillermo Tellez regarding the recently discov Bred garden of Montezuma Mr Tellez applied to tho depart meat or public instruction for a spe cial permit to make explorations in the garden He states that concern- Ing twentyone successive caciques on the land with codices in possession of tho national museum has led him to believe that the garden has great anti has been devoting a large part of four years to studying the plants found there Through the inscription he has been able to glean historical data concerning twentyone successive caciques Tropical trees flowers and fruits were transplanted from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec and Central America to this garden and there were grown cocoa vanilla parota yolloxochiti mecaxochil and another rare flower which gives off Us odor in the night These plants and thicr friends were Ingredients of the delicious chocolates which were the favorite beverage of the Axtec lords when Cortes arrived The garden was visited by Acama pfcrtle and Ilhuicamina tho second named being Identical with Montezuma It is claimed that Montezuma illhuicainina appropriated this beautiful garden to his personal royal uses and pleasure WAYS OF MIDDLEAGED MAN He Finds His Greatest Happiness In a Lifo That to Youth Is Irksome Younger people said the middle iged man want variety they Sant to be always on the go Routlna galls them they hate to have to th same thing over and oVer and Tver again day after day They want to go somewhere Of dp something different all the time Older people are happiest in a lite of routine most disturbed when va rlety is thrust upon them For myself I welcome my day task endlessly repeated and always the samrrI should be lost without It disturbed If It were changed A life of habit suits me best lUke the old scenes familiar friendly surroundings I dont want to change Nor do I want much outside pleas ure In fact I think I should be best suited with none I like my groovy fits me and 1 fit it dont want lit ge I Just want to be left alone work in my accustomed ways It Is in groove that I am most corn- fortable I like a life of labor anti could there come to one a greater blessing Nature and the cus toms of men enforce routine upon s whether we like it or not In youth this irks us but in our niaturer year hia life of routine In the undisturb ed enjoyment of a familiar labor wi may timid our greatest happiness Eastern Atmosphere I suppose there isnt a Turkish bath in connection with this hotel druUlmThere alnt been any feller along aeliih them as yet replied the laud lord of the Eagle Hotel but I kin furnish y e with a Turkish towel a Turkish rug Turkish cigarettes an a turkeyish dinner on Sunday Cloakrooms and Day Schools Many a chill is Caught by children sitting In wet shoes and damp clothes draughtIcombine tof lay the seeds or rheuma tism and even consumption in the fu ture as well asocdiuary Colds In the present says Monte Chat In all schools good cloakrooms should be provided wh6re clothes can be dried and slides and stockings changed when necessary xSuch details make all the difference i6t1i fiealthy constitution at ehihlfen Publi- d Sals jI ttillyell niyjusaf anti hit Ken tucky street at public aitilhn 1Ion day ov 7at ii m liuuse piped for gas Teniis ol sale mtle know on day of sale HOWARD WATTS Auctioned Mrs Pattie Patterson here is riofliing like setting your building materials from a reliable liriii You yet lite best materials nt the most reasonable prices and you always know what you get Koyse Boone 10273t NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER Jf friends hadnt blundered iir thinking wis I loomed victim ol eonsuhiplion mitrht not lie alive bow writes 1r Sanders oil Hhij t1eYIpUg cough tail At lact tried Dr King = New Discovery The efTecl WKMVoiiderfnI It soon stopped the cough slut rin nOw in hotter health tam have hud for yeiir This won dertnl life waver ian unrivaled remedy for eough folds lagrippe aslh ma vroup hemorrhages whoopiujj cough or weak lung 0c cllO Trhil bottle free Guaranteed by the YVimluhM Drnir To FARM WANTED 73 to 100 tires well improved anti on good jiikf not more thru 6of 7 uiiles from Winchester TKACY it iSTOKELY llltf Fire brick can lie found at horse LSoones 10275t MRTS CHICAGO Soy IWHEAT- Ttuiso vho study the wheat situation elo est are mare of tin fact tlul conditions are such that they cannot change in a day or week Is it not a question of drought or rain or cahini ity of some kind which may break user night but supplies of bread- stuffs at home and abroad for which there is up adequate demand Europe seldom leis any such stock of wheat in sight as It present v This country has 40 million bushels of wheat and little of it wanted outside of time ter initial markets where it is held Wt think everything points to a heavy situation rnd the lower cable hmisl tnorlung is likely to cause a renowjil bf selling pressure COl NrnLil the country sell corn more freely there will he un easiness among shorts ipecjHy lit December as there was yoslcrdity IOn any further swell we think time selling side of ilay corn tdistbl- O1IS11c think it salt to cuuil ou orts futures follunioglearn soon s the decline in that lIIitIIHl i vtsumed PftOVISlOXS bell nvs KT or r tini lod against llUOO last IIIt1II6r WWork Wonders for Large Figures TheReduso greatly improves well developed figures and gives support where most needed Reduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting d1LablcIand unaided by straps or attachments of will reduce the hips and abdomen from one ipnbes 1000fat Everywhere WEINGARTEN BROS Makzr f 34th St at Broadway New York tre tr rI r weler R P SCOBEE SON CO 1 INCORPORATED LUMBERRough and Dressed SASH DOORS AND BLINDS SHINGLES CAREY ROOFING i the best that can be bought 4 v RUBBER RQOFING as good ns any t Home Phone 47 East Tenn Phone 147n PWinchester Opera House SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 5th THE ONLY DRAMATIC NOVEL IN MANY SEASONS That Whiniiscally Rancorous and Entirely Fascinating Play The House of a Thousand Candles Dramatized From MJSRUDITU ICHOLSONS Novel of the vSami Name AIL thin Famous and Mysterious Scenes Including Y THE ODD OLD MANSION ROOM WALLS MYSTERIOUS NOISES APPARTHON OF OLD GLENARM SHOT FROM NOWHERE THE SECRET PASSAGE- A Caretuiy Selected Company Prices 50 75 and 1 Matinee 230 Children 25 Adults 50c Seats on Sale trodes Drug Store n year Not wlen vc src stocks wiiii come out this alloinoon vc will bo in position to cnnir with last year rc ardinu the ronsnniption curl of it The guessing unfit of the tuturo now is the hog movement ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Nov ltIWl re ccipts J00 weak brews tIWt 7aU Tias steers DOCnonO westeni steers lfil lij stocker anil fcedems 410c lieot heifer r21ia illche 7i0r ll2i a hogs iLceipis 17001 111coats oli or tj7f5rt8G sheep receipts flJ 000 10 cents lower native MOt yearling4JtOJOoi western TruWGLUO CINCINNATI Nov LCtit1e JttDIi175 hogs reeeis 551S 2rpers 850r8UO common t34811 shrep receipt 378stall Slottr 350j1jIr o THE FIRST AND TIDE LAST Most any garment locks well for r the first veelcrl service It is the succeeding weeks and liiontHs tliat tell the tale of honest fabric and workman slip We know that Stein Bloch Clothes will stand the test Because we know that every thread dnel fibre of these garments represents the honest ear nest endeavor of skilled and able work men I Yl owe ic tvo yourself and your 4 good dollars to pct that definite value in the three essentials f bric tailor r ing and style which these garments assure ft Suits and Top Coats 15OO to 3000 We give S 8i 11 Green Trading StampS MURPHYl1u i rIl UH unTHE WINCHESTER NEWS u Page Three M o n V eLatThi Your Enthusiasffl0- c It I Qualities That Will Merit Your ApprovaL j The first snow of the season came last week It is a hint that Jack Frost is upon us Each department of this great store has added its quota to the great assortment of seasonable merchandise I ReadyMade Department 11 We have the finest line of Coat Suits Skirts andf Shirt Waists in Winchester You must see this seasonable stock before you go elsewhere All the popular colors in the very latest style cuts You cant buy suits to meet your purse Come and inspect our stock VV I BlanketsJ 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 A 100J SHoils r hra r IO P rlI f T t P U t Miss Hisle Entertains Miss Winifred I lisle entertained a number of her fl IUIOil evening October the 28th 1uite home on Burns avenue TIOM l1t were theses Mertie Frances odd Florence Allen Sadie Watts pin Walts Ella BnshOl Uurglun Bailie Fox Klma Kupard Minerva Watts Elizabeth Watts Catherine Mien Etheline Allen Vert nor WHit fid Eppie liohinson Messrs Crank Brookshire Milton Blnford Fox Laurence Epperson Everette J Todd jolly Punish lohniue Conkwright andon Fox Xewtun Fox Vernon Ray Wills Frederick lrrisi IVnv S mms Istywn Piersall James Al lenCle eland Watts Joel Ragland Kverelle Allen George Qsuineberry Lewis JuM rd Krnest Allen Sydney Twyman Elbert Hazelwood James Hazel rood Carl Piersall Butler AI len Leonard Khye Harrison Viviou Nixie and Wayne Piersall MC Club The M C Cbib wilt meet with Mrs Clyde Gaines at 2110 Wednesday af requestmExchange Each Saturday Tilt Ivdiis of the new Baptist r r The First of the Season I a We have just received the first shipment of Miss HoUidays Home 4 Made Candies Packed i inJt I II and V The finest purest and most delicious candy you can buy in a Class by Itself Another of Our Famous Quality Lines r r iDONT FORGET THE PLACE MacNem Weathers l t Both Phones No 40 t f nrt t 11 I DIf cliiircli wit have ati exchange every wrtutday in the opera house block Tho ladies will also servo courtday dinner itBoxMiss Finnic Curie teacher of the Flynn school and Miss Carrie Lyon ieacher of the Buckeye school will vc box supper on Friday Novera bu 1rt 730 oclock at the Buckeye schoolhouse which is about nine wit s et the Ironworks pike for the jenelit of tho Childrcyis ITonie at JJfHlisyiJIc Halloween Party Miss fllorenna 151kin ch utniii ly nteitainetl with a Halloween prtyIK in Tuesday night at her pretty home In South Main street The deflorations were suggestive if the occasion great jnekokn orns bring extensively u ec1while he piano and mantels were artisii ally in ercpe paper printed in pumpkin heads Tiic dining room was beautifully decorated great bouquets in exquis te vases being placed sit each end of the table Long lines of pop com were triune from the handsome chan delier from which were hunt tiny uumpkin heads A menu consisting of ciickcn sal ul fruit s ilad peanut sandwiches beaten bisciute olives pickles pain ikiq pie hot chocolate and fruits was served All kinds of typical Halloween vibes were played and the evening was greatly enjoyed by the yowl maskers Surprise Party A number of young 1rieml gar nrilllIS Stoner Ogden on lion dv ovonnur titha Ilallowein nn v II fw c 1 Seasonable Gold Jewelry For Men fJndcFivpap I iY4 atft4if It is underwear buying time We carry hand finished underwear in all seasonable weights anc materials in separate pieces or union suits I Hosiery x IIWe carry the well known Knotair Hose =the kind that is guaranteed for six months You can get it in medium or heavy weights J t r We Give S H Green1 Trading Skimps r J cLIiLirLoN ROSS i CUljpC UUFt Wlncliestep Ky I xesI Strictly Raped =N I = iI rL v EmIt costume was unique md mny were horrifying in their ijiotcsqne nCsA number of games typical of the occasion were played And luscluns fruits were served i1iev and Airs K A AYaltorr oi Owingsville motored from Lexington lUll were guests of Mr nd Mrs W 1ondayiIllis Bertie Meade has rettuneir in Charleston W YaJa ter a visit to Mrs I11 Goflf J W Porter wfls in Lexington t1fr s Lihdi Align of OwingsMlle spent Tuesday with Mr glad Mrs W Patterson Mrs Walker Lnncrster motored to Lexington Tuesday with a party or friends from Mt Sterling Mrs Sara Busu of llu county i the gncsst of Miss Rosa Baldwin Mr W F Wyeoff and family of Ovingsville are moving to this city They have leased the resilience pr pI erty of Mrs Mettle Anderson on Cul lege street Miss Bertha Bolts ji sis tor of Mrs AYycofT accompanies them Mr AYycotT is an attorney by profession lied has leased an tile in the Fraternity building Mrs A 1 BroatMus is visiting her laiighfer Mrs Jake Gentry in Yhi Chester and will also visit hr sister Mrs Elm Elam at ait Sterling before returning Judge J M Hen ton was in the tit Friday for a Jew hours Thomas Vaughan John Sexton lobt Goldeli Thomas Keev partty that visited AVmelicster Friday evening to attend big rally byirthi lied 11lIs lodge of tot city A Iorl- of llymakers was instituted alai the Ort Sachem of the tnited Sti1 p vn uresent to bo master of The rrJ INew AutumnI Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bmlfe and 500 Sets Baldwin Brs1th J t WINCHESTER KY WaI54Main eereiuonie Kiehmond ClimnxI Attoiney Robert Harding has gone to Winchester where he is one of the lawyers in the Lisle willClcen tucky Advocate MrsN F Chaeirs of Nashville Penn is at home for a visit witlhel parents rHHl Mrs John 10 Gar lIerIMr Carlisle Watson hs accepted position with the East Tennessee Tulcphone Company in Frankfort Misses Net tie and Ha We Gourley have returned to their home in Lex ington ajter a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs J S iliitsell RED CROSS FOUNDER Henri Dtnant Who Was Responsible For World Movement Passes Away GENEVA Switzerland Nov 2 Iienri Diniant Xonnder of the Inter national lied Cross Society died at Ileiden a herltii resort Henri Dnnant was or Swiss birth and lived in Gciieva At the battle of Solferino June 24 1S 9 he Witnessed needless suffering and loss of life resulting from a davs neglect to caif for the wounded Realizing that such conditions need lIutexithe con ceived theidei of pledging the na tions of the earti to regard and pro tect rs neutral all sick und wounded combatants and all persons giving them succor He elaborated his idea and through cooperation of tit Sail Federal Council brought about the international conference at Ge neva in October 1853 at which six- teenl governments were represented This was followed by Geneva con vention of August S 18G4 which adopted tine articles of the agree intent for tho amelioration of condi tions in armies in the field The articles were signed by twelve gov t1ftGood Manners The power of manners is incessant an element as unconcealable as tire The nobility cannot In any country be disguised and no more in a republic or a democracy than in a kingdom No nan can resist their influence There are certain manners which are learned good society of that force that if a have them he or she must be Iin red and is everywhere wel though without beauty or wealth I or genius Emersoni J I r = = = c rJJ IJti rnq i SA TISFAC ION+ Ir YouIABSOLUTE SATISFACTION on every transaction The line of goods we carry fBack Up The Guarantee C H BOWEN JowolrOptician and- S Main St WINCHESTER 129 HV1 Models Disapproved You shouldnt quarrel with yorr wife about her desire for handsomi lothes said the near relative- I dont object to her having handsome clothes replied Mr Sirius Barker All I tell her is that If she ever succeeds in really looking like those fashion pictures she tries to copy ghe will come pretty near break lag up her home RO LO silf M I rE- S His Best Order It had been a dull season and the two young travelling salesmen were comparing notes had just good orders in the last month said one You beat me anyway said his friend I got only three orders and the third one was from the firm tell- Ing me to come homeYouths Com panion ANew Hit RoelofsLatest The- Garage Get under one of these hats and smile and you will be happy McCORD PHILLIPS Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY f t J I t laQ Four H = 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWSr1C1C = f L 0 OK CA RE F1 LJ LL yr t 4t ai rrrk- ry at thee illustration we present here as a work of art it is quite different from the ordinary advertising illustration as you can easily see Just because the newspaper generally Speaking is a passing thing this paper thrown away to make room for the next one is no reason why you shouldntappreciate the full beauty of this work 7 But its interesting for anotlierreason It illustrates MMife t as wellas youllever se zj0pehow correctly de signed and properly tailored clothes look on a man The 6rl only way to get a better idea of it is to step in here f some day and ask to be shown ourIt tJt Hart Schaffner Marx f4 V H fine suits and overcoats for fallancl winter When youJ see the clothes themselves youll realize that not even suchart as this does full justice to them theyre really better than can be illustratedor described The principal figure in our illustration shows the new Shapemaker model designed especially for young It r men and you get here a very accurate idea of the smart stalwart lines of this fine style We want you young if rt rt fellows to notice it particularly the lines of the coat the way it drapes the curve of theshoulders and the back the length and flare offfie skirts TOte also the peggy lines of the trousers Its chiefly in the trousers that this new model differs froiii other styles theyre shaped around the waist and over the hips in such a Way that belt or suspenders are not neccessary the trousers stay in place without being held up This is a new idea an exclusive Mart Schaffner t Mars idea its a fresh development in the making of mens clothes thats undoubtedly the best thing ever done VTe want you to see itlieret We have the Shapemaker and the new Varsity in allhe best fabrics nobody can make such clothes asHa ft Schaffner Marx make iii them and nobody else in this town but this store can I i sell them to you v 30vr Bloomficlds Special suits and Overcoats 10 1250 and 15 L 1 LOOeri iij t r 1 J t f This store is the hone of HattiSchaffner Marie clothes t s IrJt U t T h u J II t I I I I 0 tEJJiW J fjirfW 1e 1 i J Id=WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSEThTh SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION T TWO NJGHTS COMMENCING NOV TST GAllANO niHypnotism CarriageJrwestartingI tZ pm SEE the Hypnotized Man Tuesday Nipt SEE the Struggle for Life Wednesday Night Ne Features every night and a complete change of Program nightly Admission 5 and 25 cents Opie ReadThe Greatest living American Author and Humorist raiiSCY 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 Lirn Jticklin ADMISSION iIJI 1iii Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 51 GPOOC Surplus SlOOI WE SOLICiT YOUR BUSINESS h We will give yon courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business cmrusUdto us J D Simpson rca A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Prus J W Poynter Asst Cashier R r COUNTY DAYS Below is a lit of the days ooiiulv courfs are held each mon il in cojin ties near Clark Anderson Mon day Baih Owiiigsvillc 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Bj n dUe 3rd Monday Irvine 3rd Monday Fayettc Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemiugsburg 4th Monday Frmi1ilin Frankfort 1st Lancaster 4th Moiidny- t Grant Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th MQiiday nlJay2nd Mondajv ISE I THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have beeniD this business in for many years and haVe learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve yoa better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else iiR1 MARTIN GOAL SUPPLY CO COURT county LiwrcneebnrjiE1 EozidayrEstUl Monday Garrird Wdtiarnstown2ntl Liftcoh Stanford Winchester Madlson Kichmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery ML Sterling 3rd Mon day NichasC1eh21 Mouday Owen Owcntdn 4th Moiiday Pcndleton Falmoulh 1st Monday Povcll Staiiton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Mondnv Lchigh cement is the thing if you fire iiti1dingsidewalkg Koyse Boone 104273f Peculiar Bait for Fish Natives of a number of South Pa cHic islands make fishhooks of mother Qf pearl so bright thifba1t or other lure s necessary 16RESSMA LANGLEY r A S SUN BY THE PRESSI I IUDOUULDINGFOR JACKSON We are pleased Jo learn that Con ress Has appropriated 100 000 for i Federal and Pbstbfilce Jackson forwhicJi we oe omCon jrcsSsmmij Ioi1 John V Lnngley- Jie laurels Vhile the question is asked by Amcrjci what to do 1litig lloosevelt May not Breathit surrounding counties ask what hall vc do with Langley As to politics The News expects to be as blind as a but to all but right nit we wish to say that so far Mr Langley has carried out every prom sc lie made before his election He MomisQd tiSa federal ooml we licvc1 tthe promised to do all in his power 0 secure an appropriution forri federal building and it has reeentlyi Hcii done So when we get an Ofllcei lint does all the people ask him rlwtmOle could any one wrnti shaU we y him aside or keep him or future benefit prcathiU1 Coini y News Dem June 2 1910 ANGLEYWIKL STAY tN WASHINGrOt JtejMescrifcVtTve Langloy Vds liivjtcS o be a inembci of tlie ebiigrcbsiona laity to visit Panama at the expense f the Government and inspect the nogress or the work on the carihK K IiOidth11o1 to reuiiiir Washington in the ubliuf that lie mn- YIc of some assistdncc in thc etlort tt some Siaic amendments to Ui arifi bill yliich will he thinks bt 111115Iilatisficdwitli hnt pinot d hitTganiatToh to put it through thi louse with the understanding that if eitnin amendments could be obtained n the Scnatc the House oVganiation vould not prjpdse theii in conference nd lie wiyb he hind concluded tt cmrjn here sce tljat Jlte lgood m1 delivered CourierJournal- piii 17 1900IA BILLI LJiug6yiKoprcsemative iding pensions fur State Civilai lilitiaiucn through proof of disabil t under the old law and in case iuc1Ila lus under tic laws rmVj MI07 ts met wUli the approval iVt ruri Kansas and other flItl iieinbeisrjtli Mr Langley icy will go before the committee jjo t wcekand make an argument for Ill onhlt Report on tnie bilK Cou rierJournal Jen 8 1908 WANTS BONA IFID KENTUCKlCNS Sonic interesting ivojieiitirc expected as the result of Representa lye John W Laiigleys investigUioi if the list of Glvil Service employes Muii arc charged to thcState of Ken tucky Iu begin with Langley hahdiscov rod lhaf Kenfuck has only X out of her ajipoVtiqmhcnt white slit District of Columbia ten times it mom Virginia eight times and v lumber of other Stale1 considerably iKre than their allotted number un tlicldw Ih addition tQ this le has learnei1 a number of clerks that ar Moditud to Kentucky never Saw th tate except on a map Langley is corresponding with peo ole on the supposed residences of th KllI113P1111UT1 rinuloyos Afe or iwiUltd his yoilc b ivill sivbiuit the list to the Civil Set ice Commission and ask that thosf vho have secured licek thVougl falerepraseiHaiSqn as to their rei deuce bo dismissed 1icn he takes this action he wi nbpose a very roubltsome questio for thc commisbion It willb un tl the cominision to decide whether tin iiipioier claim of a residence is unicicut Cause for cisnussal The irogrcfs of Langleys effort i being watched with interest by bthe members of CongessWrhingtoi Secalor June 17 1910 HAS SECURED MOST The VtfcordV will slio w tfHii CoiV- gre sman Langley lias secured approiriationa for his section j f th Stare than nil his piwlcces oVs froi the Tenth district put together sine the Civil Vatv For tciiiiiprovemci- nf tHe q hiziKeiifucisy Iud Mtt- Saiulv rivorn lie securqA approprifi nH tItoethit aimtqp1iti1 Ii J 250OOttJ1ot1I iii TlC ot mil hot dolhus he sOcrtjcd for iiibl buildings in tlc Tentii db trie t vhScl appropiiation included 100000 fQ Il pjlblic building at Jacl on Beside these material points or Ills labors M Langle3has gotten tlirough Con gress several impprta lit bills for the benefit of his cdiislitueiirsi One of these provided for a TJiiitdd State bistfict Coiut at Jacfeph another provided fo ra fi2te lmS Vachtioh once a year with traveling exiciises jpx QiwploycsypCtneVexcnue service LeXiiigton lcp July 5 1910TPi 1GAtl OPEN ENDORSEMENT OF DEMOCRAflCOR6ANv- Congressuiiin Langl y has lake up and caviicd tliroligh iliorC imporfant xn4Sf the Rational JJIousc i1ii oiiirce pllectipn Tlie ni ny itifapmeas liVCJi hnd propliationO c uid carried Ihroiign VisulOV liis per OflZLhiitL and supervision are tar numerous n1l 1wclr kiovIo jujjiify V lehgHiy rreital of flieliii this ire tie IllS recent nOlli1i tI0Ut0SUCUi- i1I1hf without the least opposition Vas the harmOnious result ofn iei tibiiLie boiiy bf ittjjyhulieans efti convention in this city i nib It was a unit And its li tC1IIIIiifltilt Shi0heoiichnrive1y with wiItIhcrtctmas 1Jir QJtt Wip he servant Stcrlin Advocate Democ lvjut 20 1910 CARRIES FIGHT TOSENATE WASHINGTON Feb 7Uhttt- tspi liveelect ToI1I1W L ngley is carrying the fight for an appropfia Ji ill for the Big Sandy rivefulUn Senate Having failed in the Ifousqi he arranged today jxu a hearing be lJlIIpioiuinciit ciiisceus of Kcntueky to ap pear Mtli him before the committee Cub your annmtiUtum ready i am for you in Ibis fight said Senator Klkins Chairman oft Iii Senate com iJI1OUR CONGRESSMAN r Tlie lion John W Laigley isier tainly making good fs thcRepresen1 yitive of the ICIlthL IveiituelcyBHtjiet Ill the Na tiona Congress Tlie past week hv has been jnishing his huh tr put the pensionable list those wlu participated on the Union side in the Civil Yal that are apt opthe icui1ft hiUc tulsa secured the pa t wek ui nphiopria Lion Viiiill1 ite Clark Oounly for the cost of a bridge over Cpper Howards IfJ e t iIItit a t1iflI fiI that has given him m populaiI ty his vote to stisTain the Presi dcnt in the secret scivitui matter Winchester iSenilineT JianVSl Jnon DODGE jt TI Burn on the J7lh Io Air and Jfrs f Vfatt Martin a thin ho MK Sallie Tttid1otdirvf1atlf lcr Aliss Minnie were the plesint gucstf of Mr John Stones fahiiiy recently r The social given to Miss Lizic Combs by lieu sister IrSi Ira ills was highly enjoyed by pH who wore ureseiif Tuesday night Mr Simon Ingle of Morgan Boun ty is the guest of his sister Mrs 3ave Sims Little Simon Siiiwhto has been very i kis able to be out again RANKIN e People are tftuoiigiicorn cutuujj icrc aiid are sowiugsnltll grain Jolin Daniel sold to parties iu Win chester a lot of timothy hay for J13 per f6u Will Thurman dins Hank and Ira Haggard attcmldc court it Lex higtbn rGlOver Daniel has been in Mt Slevjing for some time visiting iII tlv 4fi Air and Mrs It Sidwell visited the tatters mother in Indianni a1 cfc vMi Clay WilcoX formerly this Cornwbll is IfliteihtItIUr htufe lieie ltllihtng trouble Miss Bessy e Marlin of ChSlenbm r vas thfe gTVesfcofyilssFWnces iriiiIcs lore several days last week Mrs John DanieU aiul tbnjeiiiilv- pn visited lien lnigi 1h1JCOlI tile of Ml S eJillg Several dnvo tact weekpr t Ml Jot h q lt lOlkin was the Wtet of JaiUosDa 1IL the first r Ji the week Clir Tliks 1eui tsnveral day viii rroiuU near Lexnigbii last wok Mis L n ITank Mas called to the kdiiclft t hici niiifttfbdiUe- ee5i of Wills who has been seri touchy ill but is slowly improvingI fr1 M Long of Winchester State Organizer and Assistant Or larrhyiJiJput f fatlW l of AsITHE AUDIiRIUM t STHFATRE 1 INC- WEOTtESDAY3AND r p T 4THUirSDAY NIGHTS Noveinbci fA 1t f DIXIE HARRIS SrIni IJy bI1uIJt ADAMQD IN t i 1tiUgl BREDAN s lloSc witi thY PT-A u61 ctId p asi ilrtl trAct 2DTnff t AUDISCOPE PlCTiS N tSHOW EACH GHTf floiiisc open 730 show starts flf 0fciocte House thoOUghfy hat d tistiiciay fCt13oAlmisslofi roceiitslo alTparts oOibuge No Reserved Scats- BLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS Km BONE t INDIGESTIONiS THE CAUSE 0i- IT PHILLIPS HAS THE CUREf People go on sujTering from little sfoniach btblatui1 iiiiag jute they have a venous disease fhiay over ca t or over drink ant foreeoii the slbniadi a lot of cxlij work Hut they never think that the 8tomI aeh needs extra help to do extri work If these people would take tW M10NA sfotnach1 tablets with 01 ftt1 meais 1insfraiii of overwork MIONA is guaranteed by Phillip io euro indigestion or any stomacl disease or money hack MIONA fox belching of gas MIONA for distress after calin- jMIONA for foiUlicath MION15ton biliousness MlONA to yake up t19JiclIMTO fA for heiirlbViri- vMlONA for sick headache MIONA for nervous dyspepsi Oufi 1 hamluet MlO NiXr fir voniilhig of prcg naney Fifty cents a large box rt Phillip nnd d iggists evcrvwhcrci Capital S10D OOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank 01 I1ST kit N itwrr iifsoONP- resident W fc SPHAR Cashier pj 1 F fif SOUCITSYOUR ACCOUNTS SAVES AN ffi WA MANS LIFE n v The very grave seemed to yrwn be fore Robert Madsne of West Burr iington loxjar hI1HL iitlei seven week tE e hospital four of Its best physicians gaVo him up Then shown the marvelous curative luLr of jSicbiVie Betters iV af ter eight inpnths of Jrightful sutYer ijig from liver trquble mil yeliotv janiVdiee getting iio help from othei aemediesjor doctor the IVbttlejt of this inn tehless mediftine completely cured him Its jiiisitivcly guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidnfey Iron bles rnd never disappoints Only oOt rvfthb Winchester drug sirove SUBSCRIBE FOR TIlE NEWS Classified Advertisements jII 1Vjcsertion dc a vo m hth- Scattercd ord pcr Insertion ccnts Ndtfirngthgiqed t ucs for Iessthan 25 cents FOR RENTcStove room onfujfcjpv of Maple and Broadway Jgiven Goojf sfciifclfl t J yiiithg LI Office In HcEldpWney BiilJldinz Home Ptana 728 East tenn 26 Ifitetri t i loJ TR J R tc fipiEFire an meal Estate Agency 3KF1CE KrateinitT Bldt Ihoae i8 HwIOBRENT Cottase wii Gotirt sill modem convenience W A Ue tty News ofJiue 1031tf WANTEQA first grade milel1lOI Call Hortic phono S4SA 103131 FOR SALESinne higlibred fairy young Shetland ponies niaros and horses Prices aie ugh W T Ogden iO2Gttf- tANTED Position as stenographer Several years experience Apply Mr Robbins News ofliccKKSlrno FOR RENT To acres good cqhi land now in clover and ready to piovr at once For money rehtor goad note Apply to 1IErton at Eetons grocery I0lptf It FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Is land Red eockerels Call Ilomi phone 813A lOlOLfI WANTEDBaiders 235 North Main street Gas and 1JtthI FOR SALE 100 hogs iii purchasers to be deliverefl1 J1I 20th to 25th of November bo slaughtered on rcmises B A Ogden lO17lf WANTED Five or six eur Apply W P Eckley l ntriI FOR JIENT Two rooms over Me Cpld Phillips shoe store 1027tf FOR RENTXc uuioera IVouEic furnished No 354 Boone avenue i romDecembcr 1st to May 1stttV IT French JOiJ93t i When the Japanese Advertise Tile Japanese have an original way of advertising dud they umjly t9 the art all the poetry that their oriental imagination Is capable of an exchange says They hare recourse tq the most varied flhl improvIsed ne h6rliand their copvbinatibris are ebniqtJinei as Tpicturesf0e as they are origInal Japanese merchant itiforins his cus tojnars that his goods artv sent off with the rapirtity of n shot A sta tfoner calls Ills Knowledge of hlstory to his hid thus Our wondorfiil papqf is as durable is the hide ofnit ck pliajit A Tokyo grocer borrows roil lisycholopy and ill mofdaiit hiiiguage aunounces that Our vinegar of extra quality is sharper than the hitterhesi ot the uiost diabolical of n1t ers fn law Phi1 and Phlloiopliy r According to Lie iuIiiIouiiliIii a short cu to khmvledge tttiingU hort cut to kjjqwlQiigc pUlbsopliylriJ5 ifblti Ing at all becIutise there Ftfnb short cuttokuowledjje A 7 A phiiosoiihw is a niari who tlilriKJ that If lie finds but a ert iti tiiing which nolvbdy else 1ms ever fdlind o it Ilesvilbli able to find out everything lse withniit1 lookinK Thtnefore lie iaiKnid 1N lift lookiiig for that one Qcrtaiit hill aiid tlitMeby ovcrjiooks overythinu elSe AccdVdiiig1 ra pr cPi uJom phor knows uollihiKai all Ifapplly t xvotlil has never Jet hefff burdened iCtJa perfect philosopher There are howevtr a good jlinriy inl perfect philosophers floatjiiK around clip are luuIerelb1t to nsqoiate With1 drecUyr as4 they folowthildsephynot ait voKtion hut as iin avocation ic J c F j75 11 n it c trc i hKUAMTliN lSntrett4ea CasJtluC SDrOlTf It outa Q On I IlarKNatimralBank I EtltbUtl5QI Jfu t u1Sr orkMIJrchanlr Fariwrs Iand TiatS Solicited tlQnR aite on Plnls 35 f H O 11 tt f rilffSfirjn JIb oq q9Q I r i UVJWIIREANbr RNIOOII INSURANCE 1 WINCHESTER KY OFFICE McELDQWNEY f1 PH 0I1 t4o BUILDINGI BUJCK RUNABOig Reduced to 575v00 Fully Equipped Top WInd a ICWIPIdHESTERGRAGPENDLETOX Attorneys at La Wq i ti FlJcc Url Bui1dm W hestGrKV I EWIAHAMPTQ v fd rmcetiJel tI Aticci lJt Itu C lediufi L Wnchester Ky t itop lJ M STEVtSP r tttorney at Wl iI t Siin 51 JlnCheste Fi gIt Jir I The claest and best insjcitudon in Ithe iouny is tile Winches tar Roller iiiIWhite Pearl flour has no euuaL- NOIICE II TO CITY TAX PAYERS IThe oily taxes have bpcnuasl due siiiec Juh J Those on jug taxes will pldaSc ctll1iCl icltlc a tOi1ce anri I InjjhcJAS A MeOUJMY fI City Tax Qqlleetoiv I 0301 f rt J r AbZfMore ii Notice to Taxpayers I iYoii have buLn few mole days be fore the penalty is added Conic anil 1 avoid the rush Under the present tdx lawtl am eonifellello collect nil II of the taVcs by Doeeihber 1st Ii Voiirs rtsJitfulhv f Iwo 11IIOCK Sheri J 5S 10151 Iilinger in the anti to helpyrrUk wltHeverls goiujj on When AiotK rIocauraeiloes Qverythiu for theiH Iftiey are deprived of jk great deal tot illfeasure illlll will aot be spwellfcnUfttl to struggle for th euisehW wlienotfe Itime comes aa they ould have been if they had been accustomed to dp things for themselves says an ex change They slicultl bt encoyragied 1 t6bbr twefuHand to assist wjutvaay preparation that may be going oar s rrt f J 11 I Page Six 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS I 151 Overcoat Time Is Here These cool wintery days make us all think of OVERCOATS twe have been thinking about them for months in advance and t have prepared ourselves to supply you with the best there is in OVERCOATS Ourshowing this year embraces every thing there is in the way of outer garments every conceivable style goat that cm be had we are showing from the Topper for light street wear to the Great coats for automobile and heavy wear The Presto and Convertable Collars are the most sensible coats one can have good for either the ex treme cold days or the more temperate ones We have them ini fall varieties of fabrics including the latest shades of brown and I grey also a goodly number of blacks 1500 to 3500 The Chesterfield in Mediun Length Coats for dress and street wear you will find just to your liking these come in black and dark grey effects and are the most useful coats you can have- wy 1 750 toL3500u fi i tr RUPARDSTEWARTS CO J lOST HfR HAIR ti WOMAN ALMOST BALDHEADED GREW FOUR INCHES OF HAIR Here is a piece of live news from Browntown Ilion that ought to in terest skeptical men or women read ors of tha News who arc losing thei- hair or have dandruff or itchin scalpRemember that Phillips sells Parisian Sage under a positive guaran tee to stop falling hair and itching scalp and eradice dandruff in two weeksParisian Sage is a most refresh ing and daintily perfumed hair dress ng It makes dull lifeless hair rail iant and lustrous Parisian Sage is the best hai rower and beautifier mid dandruf ure I lost all my heir through tj hoid fever I was almost baldhead d and my scalp was us sore as couU e I tried everything but in vaiii inally I tried Parisian Sage an ifter using one bottle my heir start d to grow and has grown three o our inches inside of two months idvise every lady who rvants beauti ul hair to use Parisian Sage Mis Meta M Kruger Browntown Minn June 8 1910- Parisian Sage is only 50 cents arge bottle at Phillips and druggist nerywhere The girl with the Amer Auburn hair is on every package MADE FAMOUS BY DICKENS Places Are Hardly Discoverable a- tlOne by One They Have Under gone Changes lone by one the places made famous Dickens have undergone such changes that they are hardly dls coverable The rookeries In Tabard street Southwark borough among the ast of these places are now being dosed up and very soon this characteristic place oi ckensland In Lon don wfllhave passed away the housing committee having deter mined for sanitary reasons that It must be obliterated The Church oft George the Martyr which stands at one end of the street is the house ot worship Immortalized as Little Dor nits church and on this account is visited every year by thousands of American admirers of the great novelist Near the other end of the street was the Marshalsea prison for debtors where Little DonIts father a man with a mild voice curling hair and Irresolute hands as the years passed by became grayhaired and venerable and was known as the father of the Marshalsea a title if which he grew to be ridiculously vain And this character much c the color of which fromIsays long had a tation and London cannot allow such a degraded and unhealthy spot to re main no matter what its romantic and historic interest Long before the days of Dickens this corner of South wick was known as the hiding place of highwaymen and debtors of the worst description Animal Story If True IGood farmhouse in the Midlands was a Inrge pond and or the lawn between it and the house an old family horse used to graze One day someone left a baby asleep on a blanket under a tree not far from the pond When tt awoke it saw some swans on the pond and began to creep towards the water U had got almost to the waters edge when the horse trotted up gently and gathered the babys clothes in his teeth and carried It up to the house The baby was startled and began to cry and the moth er rushed out of the house and found her child dangling from the horses mouth She quickly took it and the good old horse whinnying gently went back to his grazing PROMOTE BEAUTY Iomen desiring beauty get won derful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips elispped Minds Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 25c at the Win chester Drug Company BELIEVES MOSES WAS A DEMOCRAT Congressman Ollie James Speaks to Large Audience of Nicholas County Citizens CARLISLE Ky Nov 1Hon Ol lie M James Congressman from the First Kentucky District spoke to the Democrats of Nicholas county Monday hi the interest of the candidacy of Hon W J Fields Democratic candidate for Congress inthis the Ninth Congressional district t IFARMSOR SALE IFARM NO 150aClCS 7i miles rom Winchester two story fra Dwellings with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac 30 Ice house and all other outbuild illrgoodg Divided into our allwell watered All il rass except 8or 10 acres Close ood school Price 6000 FARM NO 258 acres Gl mile rom Winchester on good pike Hsu t twostory frame dwelling of ooms 2 halls 2 porches in good cot iition Barn holds 4 acres of t lacco Ice house chicken house oal house meat house comcrib1 1Jiidcdveil watered and everyvfence in fir Mass condition has large your nchard in full bearing Close tlOJ good school and churches and in le han a quarter of a mile from rail oad station Will all raise good tobacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390 acres 6thmH is from Winchester on good piki Ias twostory frame dwelling of rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acn obacco barn good cellar andall out ntildingS all in good condition di ided in 5 tracts all well watered nd fenced About 20 acres in cul ivation balance in grass With nehalf mile of good school church tore and postoflice and top Price 6000 blacsmiIi FARM NO 4GO rom Winchester onequarter mill rom railroad station has twostory rame dwelling of Grooms new stock arn 4acre tobacco bam all nece ary outbuildings Well watered outIlderas1rieeacres is from Winchester tiwostory frame welling with 7 rooms 6acre tobac co barn All necessary outhouses Small tcnaait house Well fenced an d watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO G105 acres 5 from Winchester on good pike GoodJ dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms X111ne essary outbuildings 12acrc tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced ind watered Plenty of tobacco landr Price 130 per acre FAII NO 7345 acres 3 mile rom Winchester has two fiveroom swellings one 10acre tobacco brrn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in 50 new 15 12 all of 75 all of of all new all nrt all All 12 Both ALL of charge treatment of my won new to all fill the to to not one do new treatment me1 the the my to If of troubles fill the DR D VALSII D Send tae at once all charges paid your free for my IS MY ADDRESS IS- AgeHow long afilictedLu If disease is not on the list opposite write the name here of Nicholas out in to the Congressman from the First district the doors to the opened Monday the crowd and standing- room was at a Congressman was introduc ed by William Conley an attorney at the On introduced to the audience Mr thanked Mr Conley for his eloquent opened his speech by saying that he always lid like to make Democratic the old time religion was enough and that he to preach did believe that old chnracter oLldfcnri grass Prier per acre mehAR3I 826acres 3J6miles on good pike 6room dwelling barn out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO950 acres 7 miles from Winchester has twostor y frame dwelling with rooms tubac ncclliSUJ v Wfls pi Small tenant house in tivation balance in grass price 000 FARM 010300 icrcs url es from Winchester Has oframe dwelling with 7 rooms tc ant house 8acre tobacco barn Inistock barn and necessary out buildings One the best watrn farms in the county ores in pdcI5FAR I NO 1127 acres 7mil es from Winchester dwelling with 4 rooms outbuildings did combined stock tobacco bat 1nltielr holds 4 acres tobacco aJ fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres ll miles from Winchester on good pity has twostory frame dwelling ul k rqoms 7acre tobacco and ul outbuildings well watered and fence Good land Price 20000 itFARM NO 1358 7 mile from Winchester has five room Inching Dacre tobacco barn and necessary outbuildings well watered tc Price 4115 per acre 14G2 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike has house 10acre to bacco barn never failing water tobacco land Price per FARM U1592 acres it mild from Winchester on good pike twostory frame dwelling with good cellar outbuild tugs good stock barn lOacretobnc co ham Well watered fencing good Close to and Pries per acre NO 1G70 acres 3V2 miles from Winchester has twostorv dwelling with 7 rooms outbuildings acres in cultivation 3500cN0175S miles from Winchester Unimproved landr3750 FARM NO 18103 acres near Chilesbtirg has 3room tenant house well and watered All good on good pike Price 4101 per acre Tracy Stokely Office in McEIdowney BldgJ Phones FREE TO ALL SICK PEOPLESAMPLE OF WONDERFUL NEW MEDICAL DISCOVERY SENT FREE TO SICK OR AFFLICTED PEOPLE I will mail free a ccmplete home discovery suffcreis who out coupon below and send it me today I want nerd you this free treatment to show you the wonderful curative it has Do not send money cent I ask for this wonderful just write for it coupon below and I will send you at once free treatment that has cured others suffered rs you now suffer I will also send free book How Get Well fcr your guidance you have any these Olit coupon below and send today J I Coupon for Free TreatmentA- ND FREE BOOK Dr J WALSH Box 2094 BOSTON MASS treatment entirelyfreeMY NAME your The Democrats turned large numbers greet big and when courthouse were afternoon rushed for sects premium James local bar being James introduc tion and speeches that good for him liked that too I always Moses that good NO Has and rcros twosti Frame spies and barn acres FARM NO 4room truant 125 rooms and school church 115 FARM frame FARM acres 5 fenced land derful proof powers using that My Principal Trouble Has Been Make a cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front of tho one from which you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble Lumbago Bladder Trouble Diabetes Heart Distase Dropsy Impure Blood Neuralgia Female Trouble Diarrhoea Torpid Liver Constipation Partial Paralysis Indigestion Neivousuess Headache Malaria Dizziness Brights Disease ture history was a Democrat forge it was who wrote Thou shrlt not steal and no man who could write such a thing as that goodold com mandment could have been a Repub lican he declared ICoal for the winter is cheaper will be two months later Royse Boone 102731 THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER have secured the agency for this II which is well known for Us and good work Will bo pleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sell either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS Kcws office