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I k y I 1l d4cL a ItIE 4c z 4c tastEditionTIlE WINCHEsrrER NEWSypLUME 6 NO 17 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVVEMBER 4 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CEHTS WEEK BUSY SENDING OOT HfiEUillK Byrds Campaign Committee at Work Langleys Record is Hammered i yhmercifully All Over But the Shouting iWe were furnished with a cam paigti document which the Democratic hSadciuarters have been sending out from this city in great profusion Judge Evans says that they haw lsteretl1 he Tentlh Distiiicit Uith tlie pamphlet and that it is one of th best vote getters that they have had ft is a pamphlet gotten UI iJhshQWS the price of a twc eeistorebihi in 1896 as compared 19JOThaare follows J ST LOUIS PRICES Two Weeks Store Bill inOct 1896 2Itssalt pork If 5 lbs porkchops 5C i 5 lbs nork ribs 30 4lbs smoked shoulder 30 2 ribs sausage 15 5ibs lard 35 5 Ibs corned beef 25 4 lbs butter 40 2 tlotcneggs 20 ijbchecso 13 JL bblflbur 350 4 lb8 chicken 40- 2lvfbs sugar 100 2 ibsteak 20 5 froast beef 5C mTotalEmtItmirj 8lw W ks OCt 1910- jU2 Y hYt itf tt li4r dt lH 8p 1rc 121 y lbs pork ribs V ljs smoked shoulder 5 2 Ibs sausage 3 5 Ills laid 8 5 its corned beef 4621A 4 lbr Jnittex vv c 12 42dozeii eggs 51 1 bch ieH 2 l bbllfloUr 56 itjb chickenS 71 2Vjlbs sugar 11 l3sl steak11 3 5flbsV roast beef V 10 f Total v l559y- vlitiien shows that the Republicans have done all in their power to35 sist the Beef Trust the Sugar Trust the Flour Trust and the Clothing Trust and that Langley voted fotI all of these and for time biggest trust of alltue Tariff Trust and that litI has voted in every way to ptu a ta upon the living necessities of life It is certainly very catchy and in structive campaign document anc puts the questions clearly and con cisely before time voters The head quarters report that this pamphlet has been in great demand by the ruin ers and wageearners throughout tIlt Sandy Valley They have another very attractive campaign article which ihey han Kent out extensively quoting iron four Republican Senators on the tar iffissue From Senator dimming oi Iowa is the following The PayneAldricb tariff law is an open und explicit repudia ti6n of our platform and a prtr version of the protective theory From Senator Dolliver of Iowa i tiie following The PayneAldrich tariff bill- is only a scheme to rob people and to increase the holdings of V the gigantic syndicates From Senator LaFollette of Wis 4 c6nsin is the following LIThis bill PayneAldrich tar increases the cost of living iiy every home in time land From Senator Clapp of Minnesota fisithe following The new tariff law has cost Vandis costing the American peoT f pic riiillions on millions of dol liarsi in increased cost of living H1 if the PayneAldrich bill hacLtyecii beaten those millions fwourd have been saved to the p ediile HThis1 pamphlet issent to the surgerit Republicans of the district l nom there are nlany thoiisailds and of whom a complete mailinglist pin the headquarters Time pam phlet sos further that Langley otcc1- Qr n the PayneAldrich bill that he supported Cannon in every measure even to voting to buy him an automo S rbiie and the Insurgent Ttepiibiieans dje then aske4whether they i Vill itstand by Langley or by iiib most prominent and influential JUipmbHcans in their party rw The cmpm n headquas her jhaye been furniShed ivitil cx c lleiit liteniture lint miW11has been l 1t 4t prepared by those in charge and it is safe to sav that the voters of the Tenth DistricWt have been better edu caVed upon the questions at issue in this campaign than in any of the nve preceding campaigns The reports from every county arc to the effect that the constant ham ineriug which has been made on Langleys record by the Democratic literature and in which he is shown to be the friend of monopolies and corporations rather than the friend of thepeople has pierced his armor in many places and that ho is un doubtedly a badly beaten candidate Everybody is wearing a broadsmile at Democratic headquarters today and arrangements have been made to receive special reports from all of the Counties as soon as the vote is counted They say there that it is allover but the shouting NO SENSATION IS ANTICIPATED drily Small Inaccuracies and Discrep ancies Discovered By State In spector McKenzie R Todd FRANKFORT Ky Nov 4Me1 Kenzie R Todd State Inspector and Examiner Wednesday filed his report of his investigation of public printing with the Printing Commission After oi discussion of the report bv the commission it was decided not to make public inspector Todds findings until the representative of the print ing company doing the contract work Could appear before the commission and be heard It is alleged that inae4 curaqies and discrepancies of a small inspectorrhntsensational nature to disclose The contractors will be heard next Monday HOLDING Of DARK lOBACCO Which Was Pooled With the Green RiverGrowersAssociation is Sold 9 Ky Nov tTlnentire holding of dark tobacco pooled with the Green River Growers Association between seventeen million and 25000000 pounds has been sold The sales were concluded t a meet ing heM here Wednesday morning The prices ranged 9 to 6 for lent and lugs 3 for trash The purchase will amount to 1 275000 The buyers are the American Tobacco Company the Imperial Tobacc Company Jam s Hodge Richan OFlynn St Burns and Gallaher Limited The American will receive 10000 OOOJpounds 3000000 to be delivered at Chvcnsboro The Imperial takes 4000000 TOBACCO SALE LEXINGTON Ky Nov 4OnE hundred and sixseven hogsheads of pooled tobacco were offered for sale Tiirsdtiby the Burley Tobacco So ciety Jind prices ranged from 185C to 540 making an average of 1040 highest price was received foi IThe 02 while A5 brought the low of the sale Seventeen hqgslicttds Were rejected Thc offerings for Friday will prob ablyv be heavier aaid will comprise icoit arid Fayette county tobaccos ag they did Thursday FAMOUS TENOR IS TO APPEAR HERE 1 t r We are to have a visit froth tin fanjouSyvjxpera star with his specially selected company said to be the fin est evfer heard in the English lan guage and embracing the foremost stars oil the American stage The chorus is the pick of the voices of all jof Mr Sheeharis companies in order to have it in keeping with the all star cast of principals The engagement is for one night only Thursday November 10th NO PREACHING There will be no preaching for tIle e new BaptMjt6 fii4a3C4 nbi because fact that the courflwuse hap r bcpruido4cnggedS HIflH SOHUOh a 11 J81 1T UIlt One Hundred and Three Counties Have Established High Schools According to Official Report FRANKFORT Ky Nov 4ssistant State Superintendent Vinson countyhighNumber of county high schools approved 110 High schools established but not lipproyed 81 Counties which have ctsablishecl high schools 103 Firstclass high schools approved 99 Secondclass high schools 5 Thirdclass high schools 0 Schools with classical course 51 Schools with scientific course 31 Schools with English course 31 Schools with modern language course 2 Schoo1myjtii b i Hc r q i counties wrncli have not ostab lished liigh schools according to law date are as follows Carter Gum Ito Edmondson Floyd Gnarard Knox Lee Leslie Owsley Rowan Russell Taylor Trigg and Wayne SAYS SCHEME IS UfRAME UP Charles E Erbstein Declares State Attorney Has Been Trying to Gel a Him Fo1iSorneimeic f CHICAGO Nov 4Time Daily News Wednesday stated without res ervation that a true bill charging bribery of a juror in the Lee ONei Browne case has been voted namint as defendant Charles E Erbstein OIK of Bfbyries attorneys According to statements given t States Attorney Waytuan by Gran MeCutcheon one of the Brownt jurors and Harry T Stacy Stac acted as a gtibetwten for JNEcCutch eon and Erbstchu Stacy said he tcas dissatisfjed wil- lthQ250 wJiich ho and McCutch9oi divided as alleged payment for Me Gutcjieons vote for acquittal He expected that his work would pu mini on easy street with a goo political job and when he was unribli io secufe more money he resolved tc tell his story Erbstein in a recent interview do dared the whole case was a framI up on the part of the States Attorney who lie said had been trying tcI tlget him for a Irng time YOUNG HERO SAVS FATHER FiveYearOld Child Goes Alone ir the Dark to Bring Assistance Fci His Helpless Parent STANFORD Ky Nov 4 Lyinn in a burning house and unable ti move because he was a cripple John Tlubbard of noar Stanford was say ed from burning to death Tuesday night by the heroism of his fiveyear old son who though too small to help ihs father escape left the house i the dark went a considerable distance to a neighbors house and re turned with help just in time for lik father to be saved nl few taomeuts before the roof of the house crashed in Hubbard was unconscious from tin heat and js still in a very serious condition He waked during the night while alphe with tiyyc4moid child and fouml that the house was on fire but he was unable to move He awftkened the jittle boy and cc ain dthe situation sfo the baby mind would understand it The braver little fellow said he was not afriiil- togo out alone arid away Ifoiaii Ho reached time neighbors Ironic where his cries and pounding at the door awakened the occupants who reached Hiibbards home just in time to save him AUDITORIUM Another splendid bill is booked t ojat tho Auditorium theatre Fri day night in James ONeill a novelty equilibrist and acrobat This is one o fthe bet acts of isldndamid has ifaftiyg been Appreciated by a larg- amtditteThme feature act on th Thnnitrainin in Europe and will present a musical act rarely seen in a pwn the size of Winchestqr The pictures Iare extra good for Friday night A special matinee hasbeen arranged for udniPlcs will be prejserited with a beautiful souvenir picture free These pic tures retail fjor 25 cents at anymore Every Chill buying a ticket i1Lb given a nice box of candy The hoiise will be thoroughly heatedso conic early and enjoy a good show Cm SP RACY TO hI SECURE CLAIMS By AgainstNineern Nebraska OMAHA ebNov 4An indict ment against nine prominent ranch men n of western Nebraska charging conspiracy to lrive from thehvclaims at points of guns homesteaders win took quarter sections of the semi aric land under time Kinkaid homestead law was returned by the Federal IThoseYeast of Hyannis Neb his son Prank Wi Yeast 1esiie E Ballinger M C Huh be Emil Anderson Wilmbt Z Emer son Hairy SuttOn Boone B Haw thorne and Dr Harry II Huff There arc fouir counts in the in dictments and specific overt acts mentioned indicate ah unusnaj frontier condition According to charge tpade in the indictment Yeastand lii Tissociates earned their efforts so s to secure incarceration in an in sane asylum ait Hastings Nebraska f one of their alleged victi- maAPPOINTMENTS ARE ANNOUNCED Prof McHenry Rhoades and Prof Coatcs of Richmond Arl flecteii as State Supervisors LEXINGTON Ky Nov 4Duri- ng a visit to Lexington Wednesday State Superintendent of Public in struction Ellsworth Regenstein an menaced the selection of the twi State supervisors agreed upon b the General Education Bpard one foi the city and one forithe rural schools of Kentucky Prof McHenry Rhoad es superintendent of schools at AW pnsboro and Prof Coates superin tendent at Richmond Both men are Deinocrats in pQJjk tics but politics was put aside when the general board of which DrvWick liffe Rose of Washington DCis atI the head took up the matter of tin elections The positions arei per nanent pay 3000 per year and ex penses and the idea in appointing diem is a followup plan of time men who inaugurated the wlrirlwinn campaign during the administration Jf State Superintendent Crabbe two years ago One of the supervisors is to visit all city schoolsand time other the rur cl schools with the idea of bringin about uniformity in methods of in struction and general school work in Kentucky and to suggest latest methods to the teachers and instructors TlC supcnicni Ye thci headquarters in StateD art e at Frankfort TooTITTfif GUSH FOR SALEAn extra young Jersey milch cow with heifer calf about 12 days old Apply M G FcaUh eringilI phone 391 1143L fnrLCU111 jafrte press one 20Tgallpit lard kettle mrG Reed corner Kentucky arid Ca Jloway street 1143 LOST Blue and bite female bird AnIs reward Walter Hampton R R 2 1143t FOUND Bible Owner may have thisadoHt r i143t f1rligh Ie114ttt sTpIKEfDRAwS ti1N1TU ClOSE Feeling of the Garment Workers Strikers is That the Tide Has Turn v edin Their Favor CHICAGO Nov 4rcace offer ings by several clothing coneerrisj full settleraeut by two compaHieR several iniiior riot scares which fail ed to materialize anda report that the garment workers strike vyould extend Eastern cities constituted Thursdays activities in tire garment workers strike here There is a well defined feeling among labor leaders that time backbone of the opposition is broken and there is little fear thn titwill spread to other cities The feeling of the strikers that the tide has turned in their favor came with the signing of ah agreement by Cohn Rissman Company and Alschuler Dreyer Company by which 500 men are tc return to work for each firm shopdispersedand atTested one girl PEOPLES FORUM OPIE REED Mr EditorII see by The Ntjws that my ok friend Opie Reed is coming to Win chester this week and asks lliapcopli to come out and see him Ihdpe the will accept the invitation unanimous ly for Opic is a good firing bill speaking df seeing him did you eve hear tile story about what he look like 9 No Well listen He wa booked to appear on one occasion ii t town much nore rural than Win chester which is really a metropolis Inhtt yon Know and he aiTived dam ing time afternoon When he 1mI sandpapered portion of the dust ol travpl ofT of himself lie sallied fort to have an introductory look at th own and incidentally to see if th an4jputinteiosted III the stranger aMJtlfl strnnger was in their town Thc know him from his lithographs iv in time windows and were discussing bun as he approached them JuM ifter he had back one of then 1middidnt even turn around end thanl him No afTidavit accompanies this hor rid tale and it may have bappeimei publittperformer Ijxftec WiifChcst r hnsv lpked upoi Opic it will knomivhetiier timestOr 1ts or notSYours W J LA IPTON New York City Nov 2 1910 SUGGESTION To the Editor It has conic to the attention of the writer that many good cooks are un able to go out to work on accounf of having small children to care for A good solution of this c6ndition would be for some good negro womar who has a large enough house to care tar twelve or fifteen children to take in children for a small sum per week thus assuring herself a fair return for her ervice and permitting the moth ers to lure a livelihood A SUBSCRIBER SPICERGHSI J lifE SfNUNCf Breathitt BadMan is Sent to Pen- Itentiary For the Killing of Fugate A special dispatch from Attorney J J C Bask at Jackson to Mr Sam Jett of this city reports the conviction and sentencing to the peni tentiary for life of Asburjj Spicej in time Breatlritt Circuit Court The Charge was the killing pf Fugate Spicer lvzii one of the Harjjis clan arid took part in time killing1ADr Cox and James Cpcfcrell He is an timiIsupport j i time past beemi able to eseimpe punm meat for his crimes This conviction with others that have recently been made in Breatbitt shows thut conch Lions there have changed aud that undti evil doers in the future may expect ARGUMENTS IN LISLE CASE Evidence Closed Friday Morning and Attorneys Talk to uryCasc Will Go to Jury SaturdayI thelClaiborne have the case The only important witness to tes tify Thursday was Mr Jas P Wjnn who prepared the will for Mr Lisle just before his death Mr linn was a friend of Mr Lisle mal seemed to tC81Ibroke down and cried folIJowsJas Whins part of cross exam nation It was dark when I got back from the store Mr Lisle told me he wanted to talk to me privately tad every one went out I did the writing with a lead pencil Mr LsiIe 11lhenevery clause as they appear there with the exception of four lIe crier 1181ouchmanm p hat would cause hard feelings H aid that Mrs Coachman had at tint time oflended him and that he wouU1 listribute his money where it would ilo most good I did anticipate trouble over the will After writinc the codocil at my office on a let to mend I wenbio the ElksZ t ClubIiomc paper there and made iopy of it When the stenographer mad finished writing the will and the cod cil I took it to the Winches ier Bank procured an envelope alHii put it in then sealed it up and ganI jtt Mn Clay IItdldimI itisSmadmyAttorney for him and also J M iStevi nson He said to me in a way thftlI lie wanted me to see I M Stevenson tud retain him before any one elsi sets him I heard Mr Lisle tell Clay to go to his box and get the deed It record ris Minerva Hodgkin and put it tl Mr Lisle gave as his reason fo not giving Mrs Hodgkin her deed wrv for the reason that this was his home The other witnesses to testify din ing Thursday afternoon were Messrs I W Poynter N H Witherspoon J jf Hodgkin R D Hunter N K Poster HL Stevens John McCon and J D Eubank Both sides in the Clftibbrnfc List vill case finished their testimony Fri day morning jQnly rebuttal tcstimpn was heard and Ernest Duckworth Ben Duckworth and Mrs Franl Coachman were on the stand Mr D L Pendleton for the 011I testants made the opening speech li the jury Mr H M Stevenson foi the proixments will follow him bay msf Col John R Allen for the con testa nis and Mr Harding for pro non nts to close Four hours ha been allotted to each side hi winch tc make their arguments Time jury will be given the case Friday iug- htREGISTRATION FALLS SHORT In Comparison With 1903 Democrats Lose 78 the Republicans 79 the Independents 5IThe total registration for Winches tel falls short this year compared with 1908166 from 1790 to 1621jb In 1908 tIme Republicans the Democrats 867 Independents 32 For 1910 the Republicans have 812 Democrats 789 Independents 27 IThe Democrats lose 78 the Republicans 79 the Independents 5 The relative strength of the parties is pactlcally the same In 1908 the Republican plurality was 24 Thi- mycaniis23 The face thai iu lOOt tt President was elected swill iiiB easarfi fbrithe shprt xegisira hOj1AUs yjear I tr i WEATHER Rain Tonight or Saturday WarMer Tonight and East Portion Saturda y r A to jr W1it1LANGlEY IANSWERS BYRD Three Thousand People Hear tin IByrdLangley Debate at Prestjg burg October 25 lIon A P lovd Byrd Democratic candidate foivGonyjess was billb to speak at Prestonburg Oct 26 illis opponent John W Lltnrrlc siring that the people of his iIQQI llqquesttonfew days before the speaking ththe would ask a division of time at this appointment Nearly alL Ji voters of Floyd county were present Lahgleyber of the charges which Mr Byifd provedbyiimdisputabic had made time charges without the facts to support them Time follow big is that part of Mr LauglevV speech in answer to those charged Ladies und Gentlemen My Neiglibr iand Friends I see in this great audience theUfti miliar faces of hundreds of friends criliilaIboy on time farm over on Middleercek who knew me with a bluebaqk spll ing book and a thumb paper and a bottle of milk and a picce of corn bread and a stone bruise wending JIchoolhousoknow mo when as a peddler b yjt sold ginger ckes uip at the election place and Roman Beauty apples tin tlie time streets here at PreslOnbnrg ivheii I dreamed of the future aiu3 longed for the days to collie when I oould secure an education and trite my place among the men of the wofrfd near old school days dear old mem ories thit cluster a found them Ncv 11 shc11 I eaarto ciiffimem nor to take pride in the fact that I fce ffnn life in that waj and that 1 kiioV xvhat it is to stnifffrlt against advor to the driftwood of jifo iotl1othis afternoon Inm conscious o f liaivihf done nothing of wimiiFmnr ftfehamed t coriseioujs on the contra y of hanng done wprythiug tit1 my pow orto make an honorable and useful man and to serve the people of tHis District since I have been their Rep resentative tcr the utmost of my ity Thirty years ago Mr Byrd you and I were school boys here to gather I canto to town from llje Chills of Middlecrcek amid you cnuae rom the hills of a neighboring coun v We were both struggling for an Mlucation iiiul both no doubt imbti6 vith an ambition to make our marks n the world We formed a thin thou ffiliich so far as any words r acts o inc fire cQncenicd bas locrb en broken That Was a long ime ago Our pathways have di verged since then but they now cross gain We are here together tOII1L the candidates ofour respective pir tiestwo great political organia ionsfor a groat office Every yfcflr if the long period I have preserved time recollection of timid early frieh4 hip and neither said nor clone nthis campaign aujthing that Riti violation of it I wish that you doitld ay the same thing to those people here this afternoon There is no need of us wasting time in quibbling about which one of us should have cTial lenged the other for a joint diseuk ion or whether one ik afraid to ratlet tho other except that I might cnllat tention to the faet that this is tijc second time I have gone to your ap pointments and asked for a division of time once irivildd adn once uhip iled while yod have got come tm single one of mine There is no ned of wasting the time of this crowd over that We are here today and we are having n joint discussion now Applausej 1croare some things that y umhaird said here f1lis aftemoon that I am going to ansyfer and other things that you have1jmd at other points but which you re framed from saying here that Irna- iso going to answer tj Let us begin first with the sUle ment that I ref tcd to be enunujrct ed as a citizen of Pike lle because as Mr Byrd alleges t said that I had already been enumerated in Wash ington Time only object you cp ld have had in seeking to make the Pee pIe believe this to be trae is to atfs tain yourcontenliori ii you can ttalt IIun not 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utcI pOfflcr intd ndclrtIt 1fG L tt 11T3I l f6h I bpi Fdl- I utdl uiil4h ills r1lii tt c1Nl l Tmit G Cl1t IlUR iiC ededJrn lU l y cities 11xtiiune i Pt1 Ulhcl iW l into the WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED f 1 n t cr bands of conspicuous official Thi or some other short ballot form o iiovernmerit suclras tile Ei1i nttu11I1 System should lie adopted ir Detroit igive the Voters a govern nenl vhich tllejelfin oveiteee But Detroit is nut the only city vntl1 Iieh5paii is not lheftrtly State hitch needs the Short l1 tfuV Thcrsiiort Brfllot movement isiif tmJifli incrensinj attenlioii talli itHid country and its advocntes hint amteffiiiiidei the leadership df Wood CWHsJn of Princeton tdforni itr assdeilatiori knoni as Ilb Slion h lot OVjjanizatibn This brganizu tion fiiaintains ti publicIty bureau ijO XewYbrk to explain the Short Bal tof idea Ito tlie Americaii people anti tthoiigh the Association is veiy young its propaganda has been re ccived with marked iaSor PERRYGRAPHS y t foiyoars the politicians tai o btUtfterc is ah ay in g dl scctrorrri and it looks like tue politicians will lcmll over by the people if they gout get out of the- yr lSjoninittnUy is what the individual citi cns uiake It The average character of thu citrzehship lines the charaelertof4tu- whole The wise guy is auras in evidence1 ithttf told yoitsp- t mule is just amltic One side or the other always claims that till ieUher rmdSpme tiring to do with the resulk of tlfc election We read ill a religious pijpcr s real Jiicenoticfo of a Wit1Ch tor Jator and his ehurchiriAvhich the nlem bers were referred to as Saints Vie mentioir titutuihor Ifoiv Weirsdrnp of us afb tnbughi of T y HioSe tfiltt Sec ns from tine outside Capital 1 S10000P Undivided Profits 200000 r t1ti l 1 otr WINCHESTER KYtt N If WlTflERSQ President iW Hi SPHAR Cashier =4ial b j 1 SOtlGtTS + 4fo C1riJY1TS t t IWANTEDy Li15 lto ONCE YOU BECOME ACQUAINTED with our lumber yon will never be satisfied jvvitlv Ioft a lower grade or stand ird lot not atone ayit you find ours work upbqfier and quiokcr1 but you 1t ill aUo enjoy a freedom front future repair bills that will aUiimiKc and delight you Come jnynd fhc introduced to it THE BESTtis alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester for many years and have learned by experience many points illthe coal trade which make it possible for us to1 thannJR MARTIN COAL SUPPLY OO Iitli ipjChst JBankI YOURI 1tSr AND MRS FRAZEE Te above cut is ihai of Captain nnd risE Frazec wIll have come to this city representing that worm wide organization the Salvation 1rI my They are permanently establishing then WOrk in Winehestcr Every one knows that the the Salvation Army is to work among the poor feeding the Jiungry elolhijig tile nk ed rescuing fallen girls taking the gospql to the unchtu tiled masses and ENDS INDIGESTION IN A FEV MOMENTS Gas Htiartliurh Headache and All Misery From Stomach Vanishes Before You Realize It Nothing will reinaiu undi eiitcil or sour yiir stoiuaeh iC you will take t little DHipppsm occasioually This c eIllllcH astivo alltlalltawI tlifiMsh a linrmlehs Itud1Chart taiuly willitigst niul rcliare fur ysvimJliJtion into tileiIOO1all Ute 11kat111 fomh y- Ctithont O f1ilrht i ti r fndjrt pthOlHltslt1kIrtInrlllr 13 ll NH 1 sooiapr tansCa Daft ute t11 Viter 11rIshor tfelil1 like youjihu slt lowed a hind of Ieadtpru them lb n QIbrrSUti l nail auy ii1qchd order ytUHi ffdt relief wUiin fin minutes If you wilt pel front ybih pharnu nst iJAeejjfc ii4seof ln es Piapop silt celtotiilaiVi1V0to the table Notice to Taxpayers Tote hav e hut ra fctm9rea s boy for Ali iMualty is cd Come afitl- 1ifvoititlfC riisfei Uiiiioth present tai loaf Ttilic mpeJ1cIf eglleetlt1- of tftfr f2xcs by 1J rlsft Fot11 resixcfnllvf WOt 33ROCK Sheiif 10150 l j t rt C v- lSaleipubn 1 wil sdraii iuitsO tlo1btifhln ilal3 tuckystrcctat public amtiun lftiu Nu 4i1 0tli lot1lped furitfus 1k n of sale made hlrOtiv1i0u jthfyof stir HOMRD WATTS Auctfoner Mrs Mfie Patterson 7tSHURTHAND fIPiionQfrrophy the short It legible shorthand Taught bucourse of indiyiduai lessons the best method of iea liinp known J C Gary 24S jlljjhland street IIouio phone 737 TAKES POSSESSION OFIPOWELL GROCERY Air JfwT DiiwVen Will Iws belt en aj rU h jenerjilnienjhaudisc business at Heidelberg Lee eoinly tfp 7 S RltlS luiif taken possession t IT M PoWdll jrirocery in this hIlwson is a native of Clark counfy fIle is a pOTpulhr biiSiutiss uiwin andood ilixen l CAPT E tiinuof on as in lot vty tryiijjj 10 alleviate tille uffennj of t11l3e1iiiable Johc1p theijjsqives In the future if jinyonc Unovins a Case needing attention will call the Salvation At1nythey will be more than glad to attend to it This war I thy organization should have thttcpr opmi1 1n eyevy itizen of Win t chesttjjt Their street tithes and phone nuinboK will appear litter 011tr iKal = 4ulltia tc good because you would knuiy there vpuld be Indi gestion or SKCplesft nights or headache r Sljanfrtcfi nnsery all the ties t nccIstomc4i and Ifpxi ls elate and fresh PapV 1itpeisiilclip be obtained from your dhtggist iuul coIl 3Ul ghIY1iDylQpsiaTiire isc nothing butter for Jus on thei toniach orsom od Ors trout ilfo stouTaXh or to cnfre Stomecb Heatlathe on fOnlditt IUep1 haiylicr more useful article in the house A beautiful souvenir picture for each lady that attends the matinee Saturdayiforavcrv child buying a ticket i 1132t- fiqtSAVES IOWA MANS LIFE 5 rr The very gra va seemed tx ywlt be fore Robert Sfiutfene of Vest Bid tf linjrtojr towit when after sever wcek in thlhosT itaIonrJ tin enljpoww of Bitters For after eistlit raontfisSrjvpaffjii Miller hl t t in ireE tNoubbi n1 U jaunJicey gelling rp jieTp front other 1Ifor S1bililiCl trousb1Qaej1tffoYPh allsitifiiilt O1tlati0 G ttt the 1iirelttsteidrag slqre I SUBSCHlfeE FOR THE NEWS us GAME I c f jjp SEASONt- ilt farifiailrlk jOn Saturday1Afternoon Between K W C and Georgetown Colleges pll1y1Iplayed at Garners Park Saturday November oth Kentucky Wesleyan meets Georgetown ou tints date This will be a game html fought but a coJlegcsmcfIII te is about even tale won from Wes leyqn 42 to 0 amidefeated Geure toivJii 35 to 0 Last year AVesleyan hnda much better term titan Georgetown Hdw theyilostbe impossible for such calamity to befall the itesleyauteem this yet as they are in ideal condition and know they will be uun niust r gory proposition as Georgetown is grill ttKfijjht for their liveii LcVan Rioter cI1l1IIjn1e ih PIPE ORGAN 4w i FOR CHURCH Ne Arriv3CtFriday and Will Be Stored Until Building is tom letecC- Flue pipe organ rot the t lteW1 t Joseph Catiolic cliurch tl hed Fri day mormug The iniildiiijr will taut be acldt toUtrrrQine time tnt it Is being stoied ill the vacant store room in the Fraternity building SHALL WOMEN JVOTE Ji they did millions would vote Irt Kings cw Life Pills the true rema edy for women For banishing dull I fagged feelings backache or head ache constipation dispelling eofds imparting appetite and toning up the system theyre uncqualed Easy j qCefuve rJ v at thej Winchestei tIrug1f n OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS a J the Auditoiium theatre Tuesday niIiLNoveiibei S llT33tt THE AUDITORIUM THEATR r Cf FRIDAY Af DAllRDAVNGHrS Nd1 eniber 4 aril 5 u JAMES ONEILL NOVELTY EQUILIBRIST and ACROfeRAT One of tile best of its kiiid 2 MUSICAL GRACES Playiiig tfn the VIOLIN AND CELLA tThese young ladies recoiled there Musical training in Europe rarelyiChester 1i2000 fe1t AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT Hoifse open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated ftialuiee Saturday Aftern9ou 230 Admission 16 cents to all partsofhouse No Reserved Seats BIOOMFIELD RATLIFF t PROPRIETORS i tUNGSTENLAMPSThe lee Company in order tu encourage the ttse of current have anJiijicd With us to reduce the price of Tmigsteu Lumpy to cont for the present 150 watt lain r 170 1UOtratf1ltlip 11 GII watt 1xnrpa 1 no 40 watt lamp I vt 70 25 wait laiiijj c k aiid we in order Wrimtrodn a jstura ber of wSoful e ettrk nl i lIi atees nrd selliiig thcntat the Jdwest possi1 bb marftin of profit for a few tlays YJN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO il ER 1tiZrCYI G DRY Goons SORE 1i The Curry Dry Goods Cotit BJJYQYALlTYAS WELL AS STYtlE t t Cloaks Suits You know of the Peerless Styles of our Cloaks and Suits But equally important is Quality Not only Quality in material but Quality in mak ing fitting and finishing In these garments are used only the best grade of material and guaranteed theseb tyou can judge yourself J0 But the hidden Qualities rT r making are even more impor that i 5 t Upx n the correct cutting perfect inaking C l1CIt ful fitting and skilled finishing depends the lasting gocd looks of your garments i I We are sole and exclusive agents in r iiiffjiestei fcyrtliclargcst Cloakanl Suit makers in the Uiiftccl States ttiesc galrmeats are made by expert hands I mantailoredunder rigid supervision individually fitted upon live mddels and as a result must give perect satisfaction to the woman who wears them You yill have a Shit or Coat of Quality tfirou2lioittXvfJienTystflbivV one of tfiese garments Jttms L Come in and make 3rour selection now 5 All Wool Suits and Cloaks 10 to 40 The Curry Dry Goods Co WINCHESTER KY va sTn STLS1iED WITH sJttu r PROFITS tHE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER pleased to show the latest model r I have secured the agency for this tf prospective puroliasers Will scU paymcnlglurabilily o Winchester Opera House SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT NOVEMBER 5th THE ONLY DRAMATIC NOVEL IN MANY SEASONS That Whuuiscaliy Humorous and Entirely Fascinating Play The House of a Thousand Candles Dramatized From MEREDITH MCHOLSONS Novel of the 3 Same Nettle All tlul Faint us aiid Mysterious Scenes Including jTHE ODD OLD MANSION ROOM OF HOLLOW WALLS 4 MYSTERIOUS NOISES APPARTHON OF OLD GLENARM SHOT FROM NOWHERE THE SECRET PASSAGE A Carefti ly Selected Company Prices 5075 and ft Matinee 230 Children 25 Adults 50c Seats on Sale trodes Drug Store I WorkWondrs f tlrge Figures oves well developed Prfigureswhere mosrrieeded Reduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by straps or attachments of any kind williredacethe hipsawl abdomen rom we f6 five jilties r 100ytRSoldi at 1 Store Everywhere WEIMpo IIOS iMii34tift of6tesatwayiew TrSc i 1 w J ftiVv7k J L r t rI p- THE WINCHESTER NEWS Faoc Throe 1IABSOLUTE SATISFACTION ori every transaction The line of cods weca y 1 rf I Beck tffo The Gtiki iitee ticianMainSt29 5 R KY f i SOCIETY1 f Everybody Invited EfrrtrybqUy is invited fo attend the ichange to be given in the opera house liewrBaptist church oil Saturday IT rExchange itTIu Girls Class of the First Christ exchangeJxirdtiY f Chestnut Hunt J About 30 young people of near Mt StciHug were entertained lwith a 41iu tiiutit nuts on Thursday to Pilot 3vnob bv Miss Bertim Kerns in hUll or 6f htiii guests blisses Elizabeth ii And Muiian Iranian and llr Asians parlislo fcAS iniost enjoyable day was spent riiiijd the beautiful mountain scenery 1ftllwlnchnil returned to the city aid attended the vaudeville perfor mance Miss Willie Mae Nelson oi i yns city was one of the party Mi Eastern Star a ofrE meet in the IiI tWputy 7 oclock Work and initiation is to bej jfjitoh utter which an oyster supper will be served j ItAfternabn11Jl d i Os Johnson und Mrs W S 3lnssie ATill entertain with ah after noon te on Saturday in honor of Mrs Oscar Johnson of Millcrsburg r Captain Lucien Bcekner was in xingtop Friday 5 Mrs Jpln Heth of Omaha Neb bId Mrs Elizabeth Milieiv of lich inond arc guests of Mrs Jas S wiiint Byrd Hodgkin and daughter Miss Elizabeth visited in Lexington iRIS vveer jni U H v t CinIs vOi f Mrs Frank Johnson of Georgetown attended the funeral of Mr Stun Beiryman Jr Mollie Ladd and Miss Annie lime Tucker of Louisville are guests 1of Its Rachel IralI Mr Lee Jackson of Louisville yisited here the first of the week sl i DoylesvilloiW A Walden ti hiss Florence Bedford of fhe Sbnty visited Miss Mary Hastings Timrsday night iDiQeolgr Huss has recovered fiVni a reccjit illness J h1l1l Mrs F C Singleton are visiting the fortnors grafidmother Jeholas county mrd SUriiiiirr will speiul frorii Sfiltirdity it until Monday with Miss mitotic Mt Cullum a Mr Grins Witt is illof lagrippe willIn Dr and Mrs J N Rankili motored to Lexington Thursday Miss Eva loves iable to be out after a severe inner Mr Paul Piersall is uttending bus neSccollege ill Lexingftn- Mis John Edgintoh is improving from a months illness RttHc itiss Eva Prewitt has return ed to thin Childrens lin Louis jMissre1 from a recent illness Mr and Mrs A L IJnrley have returned from n visit to Mi and Mrs John M Woods in Winchester Mrs Lou Robinson of Wincliestcv i with her sister Mrs Mary GrilTitli who is critically illnt the home of her niece Mrs Porter Jeft in EN- 1airisParis Kentuckian Cipt Told TIall of the Soldiers Hbine ill Jcwec Valley is hereto east his vote ifr Leslie Haggardof tins county Wits the guest recently of Lee Hag wind of Louisville He iiow has n sitifafibii with the L l X 101 1If that city 5fr JVinia Siinon who hsis brit visiting in Europe for some time is How at Xcaiia Ohio and will visit Winchester at an early date D C LisIe r efiiPiaiis ishere at tending the trial of the Lisle will case Miss Mattie Nelson is able to out e after weeks illness Mrs Warren Elkiu has been lon fined fo her bed since Tuesday with lagrippe but is much better Miss Willie Mae Nelson is visiting at Flanaganlt Jtu AT EIGHT OCLOCK Opie Read famous humorist legit hr rt jsHVpliiIosopheiv will speak at Kentucky Wesleyan College on Fri day night at 8 oclock- SPLENDID r PRODUCTION The advance sale for The lloiiso ofn Thousand Candles which will be presentedattthe Winchester opera house on Saturday matinee and night indicates that a large audience will witness the first production of that muck talkedof play here The fact that it isa drama of unusual quail ties is becoming AvellknoWii and the oddity of its story is receiving no end of comment Its success through out the country has been so great morldiscussedcompany unit H1I present this weird drainiS isvolfsfyeVml strength and in cludes George D WrniV one of tM The First of the Season We have just received the first shipment of 4Miss Hollidays Home Made Candies Packed in a 2 r 11I and V PoundBoxes ff T youVcan Buy 1 Strictly in a Cl SSUY itself l 6 Another of Our Famous Quality Lines 3 DONT FORGET THE PLACE MacNeill Weathers9J Both Phones m 40 v nCliftonL We carryt1 largest stock of Reactyto Wears and Dry Goods in the City of Winchester Our fallstocks are complete v Readytowear Come in and see what we have in Ready toWear Latest style new goods are still ar riving Latest weaves and colors I Dry Goods and Silks All we ask of any lady is an inspection of our Dry Goods and SUkss betterSlvalue here for the same money than elsewhere Gloves We carry the famous Perrin Glovesfittedti here and guaranteedr Knotair Hosieryt justIIWe give S and H Green Trading Stamps Clifton B Fl Opposite Court House Winchesteri g foreniosl character actors on the stage and hiss Eisabellc Leslie a rlively beautiful and talented actress Other members of the organization iuc George teed Claude Miller iVayiie Lyter Jo eph Uclmont Win McCarthy Falter Lennox Fred n Woudburv rain Murgueritc Johnson HAIR DRESSING PARLOR DIOpened this week The business is located in the RatlifC building on Lex ington avenue flieroiit ha Jle A f fitted np especially for The business avfilch should prove to be tr ono DRINK l More Than Wet A beautiful souvenir picture for each lady that attends the matinee at the Auditorium theatre Saturday afternoon and a nice box for every chifd buying a ticket U321 I Gold Seasonable For Jewelry Men BOTTLING IS TO START THURSDAY Mr G L Wainscott Went to Lexi ington Thursday Looking After PlantII Mr G L Wainscott was in Lex fington Thursday looking after the installation of tire Roxa Kola bot tling nlant he is putting ill in that city The inachineiy for tire plunl has been installed cud bottling tai be started next week NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDERI j i3 If vmy friends hadnt bhuuleredim thinking r was a doomed victim of MitreI110Wrodsbuijr Ky but for years they saw even atteraptto euro a lung rack ling cough fail At last T tried Dir thllleollthan I have had for years This woifl dorful life saver is an unrivaled tem ely fur coughs colds lagrippe astli ma croup hemorrhages whooping eo1thor weak lungs JOe LOU thci tlI o no New or AutumnI ChainKeyFobs Watch Bracelets tojrCases Also Bridge and Job Sets Baldwin 13oS tOS MaaSt f 1 WINCHESTER KY Ip4 LIVE WELL Its easy when you know where tbi prilCsYouspicet delicacies t JIWJflch d yiri products toothsoiiie s and bacon and fresh meals t suit the tastes of people whp J m high Ietht1nJ vv DA SONSticcttttbY to J TortNo iG t CrWILL PROMOTE BEAUTY WQineu desiring beauty get won jderful help from Bucklens Arnica skinIthe skin soft and velvety It glorifies soreIIcutIjehcster Drug CompnnyI I Its No Joke Approaching baldness is a serious matter Woodbury Treat 1ment works wonders FREE SAMPLES TO AU you met1know that dry faded hair is dying hair fairlystrangles bsovercomecrow road1tioa Justjmeut is Tor home use It is no Iin your home you can use the treatment that backed up by nearly half n centurys expe rience at the famous Woodbury Institute jt Woodburys Combination Treatment makes the hair grow when nil other preparations allotherIn two cent stamp to The WoodburY Co 47 samplebooklet Phillips Drug Store Distributors For AYinehester KV 11ioplus was titJld Thursday night rt fhe office tJl Dr Geo S Brooks A full attendance wsn present und im porkuit business was transacted Three candidates were initiated frrlK Pafterson Grand ArehoriY A slim r i r Opie ReadThe Greatest livingAm can Authpr and Un10rISi vrvt KENTUCY WESLEYAN COLLEGE gip Friday Evening November 4th The first of a series of three lectures and two r musical numbers Mr Read will present the greatest of his creations Old Lim JTuclclIn II ADMISSION coarse 13O 50c l aQJ nn h J- Citizens National Bank Paid Capital 100000 Surplus 151000IeHISOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS i We will give you courteous treatment and promptly and carefully to entrusted to us J D Slrijpsdn Pies t A H Hampton Cashier t T F Phillips V Pres T W Poynter Asst Cashier utIp lJV=liiCl lJnistiu orJ W 1ItIICra Vllcr Snnllijuiil 1r Gel Snl09kI IAUS tippoiutcttio elect a pClm1Ileuti place of meeting1 IMie next inoetinjr jwill be iiojil ojn Iiiiilny flight Xoveni 1lell1 j RESTAURANT OPENED I i Jrrs lelaneyHuUi lint Miss tlost itli luve OIeueda restaurant Oil Courl sired anfl scliiit the pntron rjjrc oT the public Regular mcalVvill lie served and the business will be conducted in the most np todale manner n 1SEASON for whole for Mr Reads lecture iS 11 up WE 1V attend t ill business Mr J T HublJil1ssflnolU 4 tall county is visiting his brother Mr r- c c bobbins 01 fP1 A M sLn oJ boyrrvlollblftqldjon story of jis early childhcod Whin Iwas very iiiallink cct EnitJlf Itt l ll t tiij cfjinii n rJlfriJCr 1 stars princes niuHf for a7 omfcfiifVt seven flatter Iyself1 rattlerfBeethovens Sonata flaely This sonata you know has In It ser1 era long and impressive rests in one of these rests a mOlherlyoid- lady leaned forward patted myshoul der and said J Play something you knew dear n NE1 SUITS FOR 1HE NEINYEAR JIJ I I hU Perhaps You Mean to Swear Off9 Wearing Common Clothes fll- FATHER time has ticked oft another year a nev eta confronts you Will you go forward r gladly blithely in new garb which befits your station Clothes dont make the m a n you knoy butthe3rcan do much to near him 0 You will look better and feel better andawork better j and play better in oriof our MichaelsStern Models iitsuits men affairs l c l6v to SgiQvercdats tocijyj tallaSi 4r i euery kind AndY FltrynishiUgs of the better J sort What arerbur f needs iSVtIc New Yeara r t It 11 I t f Fo t I it ii d r i o hC 7 1 tr Air r- f 7 01 Pane Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS f I FARMS FOR SALE FARM NO 1i0acres J milesI from Winchester two gtpry iraniG dwcfliiig1viOi rpdmsf 2 porches good slaihe 1Jd lT4 acres f lobac ila1lngsfour ita11 iellnterJAll ill gacccptS or 10 ceres Close to- ooLch6c11 Price 0000 f F 5NO25 acres 1h miles from ter ongoo1 pike Tins a tvo story frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 pojclies in good con Edition Barn holds 4 acres of tobacco lce house chicken house Ycoa1 house meat house corn crib tog houses and other out buildings Dmded into 4 tracts each one being JTglt watered and every fence in first class condition Has large young orchard in full bearing Close to good school und churches and in Jess 1311rondbacco A bargain at 8000 JtARlI NO 3DO acres Cy2 nii es from Winchester on good pike lias twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock bara 5acre tobacco intra good cellar ac1all out buildings all in jjdod condition di vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in cal tivation balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postofiice and blacksmith shop Price 6000 FARM NO 460 acres 7 mile from Winchester onequarter mill from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barn 4 aere tobacco bam all neces say outbuildings Well watered vilh pool wells and creeks All out side fencing good About 15acres in cultivation balance in grass Puce 6000 FARM t r l 0 W from Wihcfiestei tiwo story frame dwelling with 7 rooms pTacre tobac outhoufiCSSwatered Price 75 per acre FARM NO 6105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dtvellingtoi 8 rooms All nec fwsrfry outbuildings 12acre tobacco ba nand tenant house Well fenced nOd watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre F RM NO 734i acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acrc tobacco barn ceOland Nearly all hi ROLLER I oldest and institution county ter Wl xnpf use home nQur griNs Price 50 per acre FARM NO 82G acres 3miles from Winchester on good pike ttW 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 PAKM NO 950 acres 7 miles from Yin hester has twost r frame dwelling with rooms tobac co barn holding acres al necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres incul tivalion balance in grass price 51 000 FARM NO 10300 12 mil cs from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten ant house Sacre tobacco barn large ryout1bnildil1 farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 7ics from AVinchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen didcombined stock and tobacco bani which holds 4 acres of tobacco alt kinds Of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres 1 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7acre tobacco and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO i35S acres 7 miles from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike has 4room tenant house new 10acre to bacco barn neverfailing water all tobacco Price 125 per acre FARM NO 1592 acres 72 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling with 9 rooms good cellar and all outbuild insgoo1 tock barrii lHacrctobae co barn Well watered good Close to school and church Pdt 115 per acre FARM NO 1G70 acres 3y2 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 All outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance grass Puce 3500 FARM NO i75Sacres 5 miles from AVinchester Unimproved land Price 3750 I FARM NO 18103 acres neai Chiiesburg 3room tenant house well fenced and watered good land on good pike Price 105 per acre Tracy 0 Stokely Ir Office in McEldowney Bidgf Both Phones Rolfej CHRYSANTHEMUMS and the 3 FOOTBAIL are now with us But if for next spring we have hyacinthus cissus tulips sacred narIlies and many other bulbs Or if a beautiful green and everlasting then California privet we have itby the yard rod or mile POOLE PURLLAN FloristsI II SHEARERS GREENHOUSES PHONE 396 I a Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Funa 2000000 In our sliort history ofa few years we have lvilt up a busi ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to which iihas already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa dealing with our customers and friends And we are glad hat our customers are in all parts of the city and coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest aw relIas the rich depositors Ve would like very much to have you enlisted as oneofour t ustomers and cordially iuvite you to make us a visit and inves igate pur facilities for doing an uptodate b3ukillgbusinessI JOHN ft HODGKIN Cashier- i t BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pros I WINCHESTER MILLS The best i the is the finches t fiill fjj r Has acres mil barn land fencing rooms in has All SEASON something fence r bestmnd Kerr perfection and White PerTtfionr has no ennaL JPlAL ELECTION RETURNSaij Hjatrc Tuesda Littj jIwILANGLEY ANSWERS BYRDC- ontiiiud From Page ll me i nthis ra el have here thaffidavit oT Mr1 Will It Auximv Census Enhmeralor for tlie emhneialion pre cinct in whicli I reside lii which he swears that I tfilliiigly gave linfTniy census list at Pikeville I also have here the certificate of Mr J F Paul ey of Pikeville the Census Supervis or for this Congressional District I will read that No Isee that Mr Pjrulcy tins just arrived from Pike ville Mr Pauley did Ior did I not give my census schedule to your enumerator at Pikeville 7 Mr Puiley You did Applause Mr Byrd has intimated that I sub sequently fixed up this schedule when I found out that it was going to be used against me Was it given at the time that the other schedules were taken by the enumerator Mr Pauley It was Applruse And was it or was it not sent on to Washington with your report list spring rlong with the other sched ules Alp1aliseNow one of the nijes of evidence which is that secondary evidence cannot he produced when primary evidence is available Not only that but you peoplebyhave gone or sent fo Pikveille and verified the report that had been madf to you Why didnt you send ny Stafford over there Tie sonIdoing you any good where Loud applause and laughter Or you might have sent your friend Bill May up there lie has finished his thriiunphal tour of the District along with Sonny Applause and sometimes they had as many as forty and fifty peoplept hear them speak L m Mr Byrd you are the nominee of a great political party You have charged me here with something that I have conclusively disproved I hope you were misled about this matter But if you were not if I were you I would get u pand admit k this crowd that I had misrepresented opponent and I would go back t thC other places where I had made the saute statement and apologize to the people there for misrepresenting himsVhd if you dont do it you oiujht to withdraw from this race and if you refuse to do either the thmOJNodmberAnother thing I have a steno graphic report of Mr Byrds speech at WestLibei1y Among other thing he said Mr Langley has no in terests in common with the people of District and I am told hearsay eiencel1againLaughterImun told by the people of that county thin during all these years he has paid no taxes anti that he hitl paid them only for the last year Why Mr Byrd I only moved to Pike county about two years ago 1 have paid my taxes three for there for the first jyear HUll have been assessed for t he second year and I hope anel believe IT will pay fhe assessment whpn it comes due rppluusciMr Byrd says that I ain not a lawyer AVell the people know me here too well and my history too well to dispute about that I attended the law schools for eight years in Wash ington receiving the first prize in two of them and had conferred upon me all of the degrees that the univer sities of the country confer I got this education by night study J came home and practiced lawnot as much as Mr Byrd has practiced it is truebut I practiced law and for several years I was chief law officer of one of the great bureaus in Washington lie says that I never had a case in court in my life Why Mr Byrd the court records are right here within thirty feet of where I am standing You can find three scores ofcaseson the record where I was the attorney of record when I was located Here in the practice of law Why lid you Hot examine those records and get the facts Ii1stcadof permitting SUileba1yfo make such a statement as you liaYeniade Of course youare a good iHwyer Mr Byrd Nobody questions lint Arid that is one reas6nwlly the people are going to keepyouronthe job T4iey dont lnt to spoila good lawyer in order toM i w poor CongresMian Loud Applause You said at West Liberty accord jug to this certified copy of your re youIago n proposing to pension Confederate soldiers that it was pigeonJidled by the Committee and that I never tried to naveit brought to light again and thairl out ntroc1uced this bill to try to fpVlta old Confederate goldiers of their rofes cud deeehtfi thcmi Hlifse are pretty serious rdMi Byrd They mean if they mean any thing that the Representative of this District acting upon the oath ofof fine and isfonftciqiuo has delibcr ately iiitiitliieehtt measure and had it lulled in lie Committee and that lie ias been playiiig diiunle with the ietftheir voles t f what you sgy abjut this ClIlt chii itt bill iscqrrecf n rnot only ought tint tp berc pelJedfroIf I introduced such a bill it Knccr ss il tot record There is only one tuna who could desenc greater con peoplehnnis the mail who will charge that Rep rescntative with such a serious thug and fail to produce the evidence to support his charge Loud Applause Now MiV Byrd it is two weeks from Yonlfrqm Vashin ton and produce it to the people You can send Sonny or Bill up there after it if you are too busy yourself Laughter Bring the record here Prove what you Say and say now in the presence of these thousands of people that I will withdraw from this racc If you fail to do that you 5ught to go back to West Liberty and the other places where you have made this statement havingiuisiCongress flow I will tell yqu what IIc1HLdo In the first place I have taken the position tluafcaf er the lapse of near fly lu1fa centuiy the old prejudice the wax should be forgotten have contended that the law barrinp pensions to Union soldiers on nc count of a prior Confederate service should be repealed anti I tried tf have it repealed I aided in tIme pas sage ofa resolution giving the olc Confederate soldiers two years more rime in which to file claims for horses saddles raid bridles taken from then at the close of thewmr in violalioi of the terms of surrender and mak tWClllyflnth01i ing idle in the Treasury for somV yearsVavailablc to pay these claim anti it was upon my motion that thi resolution passed the House of Rep res tatives It has been signed b the President and is now a law Thi resolution will help a good many old Confederate soldiers HwiU only tive them a small amount of money it is truca hundred dollars or so but it will help them some I shah charitably assume that you had thi resolution in mind when YOU werfI spealang rbout the ro1fcderatc pen jOlis aitliougli you ought to Iiav pqstc1 yoiuvsclf belore under takinj to Sieik about if ThetroitDle thou Mr Byrd 11lhIt and gentlemen lie doesnt scent to undirsjand the differ encc between a pension claim and horse claim Loud Applause ano until lie does he has no business rep resenting this District which has s many soldier dl1 it Applause Mr Byrd you used this languag in your sicichat West Liberty re ferring tu Ahe ease of Mr Davit Fannin of Elliott county whose par don I lee nJx assisted in getting theI Governor to grant The pardon i finally issued It does not go to tin man who is indicted but it is addressed to Honorable John W Langley The pardon comes to lam instead of to thimaii who needs it and Mr nIfortuudont vote for me yon dont get tin Ii pardon 7He takes advantage of that mans misfortune liaveheie the affidavit of Mr David Fannin absolutely repudiating this statement of Mr Byrd The affidavit is as follows State of Kentucky Set Elliott qouiitj The afiiant Dave Fannin says that ho hats read fill extract from Mr By rdV speech at West Liberty Oc oboe 8th in which MrByrdsaid that Mr Tianqicy came to him Fannin j und idartel Iet tin him know that he had him a pardon If you vote for me von got the pardon if you dont vote for me you dont get the nardon The affiant says that no such conversation occurred and Mr Langley made no such demand of him that Mr Langley took up thr case and got the pardon without1 cyejc iitiimmmi JimA1vktsithm him at all and that tlipardonwas delivered to affiant before Mr Langley saw luin l ero at SUlyII and that Mr tnghev never ask d him to vote fti hiuiorto do anything for him because of the fact that he got the par lion Signed DAVID FANNIN Subscribed caul sworn to by Dave Fannin befpreitme this 20th day of October 1 IQ My commission ex pires JanuaV24th IflS Signed J H lNGTON N P E Mr B1l n are not going to trot any cons d Ie majority fl Elliott- county l use and laughter but- if voywill Y that this affidavit ntlEtie the mignafures tolt are not genuine you will never get any majority in Elliott county Ap plause If this affidavit is true what does it mean 7 It means that you have charged me with infamdu conduct conduct that is unworthy of any runS You Have charged me yotirTriend with that sort of eon- ditcttiiilPhmave here fully disprovedI it Ii is your duty as an rifan tokoback to the people to whom ydir have made this statement and aioio 7e to them for having misled them Say if you wIsh to that others misled you into making the state ment 1 hope that is true You cannot win a race thnt way Mr Byrd The people believe in fait and square dealing You cannot win a race either before the people by springing at the last hours of the campaign something that your opponent has not a chance to answer You said at West Liberty rnd you repeated it again hero today thatl am opposed to the income tax anti that 1 have been fighting it and work ing against it ever since I have been in Congress Why Mr Byrd I have always been in favor of the incoriic tax and nearly eighteen months ago in the House of Representatives nt Washinglgn I spoke in support of it I have here a copy or my speech thousands of which are being circa hated in the District Here take this copy and read it Applause and laughter It will do you good and you some valuable information on the subject You say that I announced at Pike ville that you were against tie luinbej trust and that I was in favor of it tad that I said that time lumber trust is saving the jeoplc of this country Why Mr Byrd I have not yet made 1 speech in this campaign at Pike ville or in Pike county and InevcI aid any such thing anywhere Ap plause Iun just as much oppos ed to trusts as you arc What I did ay was that I favored that sort of legislation that will make tIme prici of our lumber just as high as possi I le because we have lumber to seP i n d we wa n t a good pryfe Jrt anci 50 do limp laborers who employer n the lumber bu jness because tulfi means more wages for them You said at West Liberty and iT Dther points in the District that 1Iiad made promises in Clark counts hat I hrd not kept and you say that they have written evidence of that oromise signed by me Of course your refer to the contest over tin Dost office there which was recenll settled by the appointment of Mr White The duty devolved upon mi making a recommendation in thin case carefully considered all UIII andorsements I gave much time anf h1ot tftp4his c jsc and I acted ii iccordajjce with niy bet pidgnieri onsidetin the wholq sUualioiK oi say that I made d writteii promisf to apooint a certain applicant then and that I violated time promise o rather you say they say I did Df von realize Mr Byrd that such i charge involves a mans integrity aiHI that such a charge should not Jr uncle unless you know it to be truer Tt is two weeks yetuiitil the election You have plenty of time to product hat written promise if you are tell ng time truth about it If you jai oroduce such a promise signed bj me I will agree to withdraw iron this race You cannot produce it because never gave it and ther- etQrt GOCS not exist Applause You say tliat i ail claiming all tin relit for appropriation for llu public building atAVinchcster I hart not done so Mr Hopkins my 5m mediate predecessor secured mf ap propriation of fortjfive thousanc dollars and I willing to girt hillI credit for what little he did while he was in Congress t4aiighi tel I got that increased to seventy thom ml loliais and introduced bill to in lease it to onehundred thousand ind Viomised that it should be done if Ifcould aid in bringing it about Senators Paynter and Bradley got an additional item of thirty thousand dollars inserted in the Senate and through my efforts that item was passed bj time House These are the facts and that is all I have ever claimed Now here is another thing that you have been claiming that I have the evidence here to refute You that ex Jngres man N T nOlkih is Ior ybt and is going to take tlie itumpfor you I have here a letter frbtn Mr Ilbplans authorizing me to deny your assertions Applause You have charged Trie with confiii a ing my efforts fo hielptlie soldiers to the cases of those who vote the Re publican ticket mid rif favoring pen sipn legislation only for that purpose The soldiers of this district know that I have worked for them without regard to politics I have secured the passage of special acts for Dem ocratic soldiers and I have worked unceasingly to aid them in present ing their claism at the Perfsion of ficc and I have done this without regard to politics lv usay iua let ter you have here which yQUare addressing to the soldiers thai if elected you jfill do what you ccii 4o get thorn h0 penfiions to which tlfdy I t 1i Classified Advertisements IIc a word for a slngu InsertlcaI 2c a word for three consecutive Ii sertlons V2c a word for each adthtlonalin- sertion Oc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 centsIFOR Store room on corner of Maple and Bloathyay Immediate possession given GoodstaimL V1MO TOKE For Insurance on Your TobaccoIOffice in MjEIdowney Homo Phone 728 East Tenn26 IInsureISTROTHERS OLD RELIABLE- Fire Insurance and andReal Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldg Phono FOR RENTCottage on Browne Court all modern conveniences W A Beatty News office 1031tf FOR SALESome highbred fancy young Shctland ponies mares and TIWANTED Position as stenographer ApplyMr308lmo RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note AplytoILW Ecton at Ectons grocery iOlOtf FOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Is land Red cockerels Call Howl phone 813A 1010tf iVANTED Boarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath 1013rtfv FOR SALE 100 hogs iirlols tosuH purchasers to be delivered from 20th to 25th of November Can AIORENT Two rooms ovICord Phillips shoe store 1027tf HORSES FOR SALERemember there are only 19 head of Mon tana horses left at HamiltonsI stock pens and must week Get busy boys before you are too late 11 32 ire entitled under existing law Re nember that friends tCSUjSun der existing law w Obierve that he carefully avoids committing himself to any amendment to time pension law just as his platform avoids promising anything on that score He docs not even propose to support time proposition recently endorsed by the Grand limy of the Republic to increase the pension rate under the tge law to twenty dollars at seventy years of age and twentyfive dollars at seven tyfive years of age He says he will work to get you what you arc entitled to under existing law I have lund nearly ten years of experience as an employee of the Government service that I thoroughly understand it is the pension work And I submit to you whether I can be of more service to you in presenting your claims thsin a man who knows nothing about the work I have tried to make this campaign on a highland honorable plane I have not indulged in personalities have scrupulously avoided any statement thatfavouM makingII sent ycjiimth llglitest d have endeavOred to confine discussion of thcujssuQs and a re taJ of the facts On tle other hand you have made as I have aJreajdy shown nettItclozen statements about me lldImy1record which J have Qnht1i4tqt by indisputable evidence The people believe in fair dealing if I were in your situation today I would frankly acknowledge that I hid been misled about these matters and then take my chances with the voters If yon dont do that you will in my judgment be buried beneath an avalanche of votes cast AardlC51i square d at Dpml iaRd prolonged applause r 1 I j STRAYED OR STOLEN MorMy night October 151st black hoNe 10 llrIfor information leading to hi M covefy FIIOS F WILLS R tor Woodson McCord chief ul t lice It ll2rv FOR RENTA 5room cottage a Cook avenue with gas Apply Miss Laura Ecton Home pltIt No 13 USTi STOLEN From me on the Re n pike 4 miles front Winch sk a yellow and white spotted birtl fSup J Christopher Reward 11 R Come quick and get you agocd brood mare one of the Montana horses for sale at Haniiltonsjfjtock tens 11321 ItInight November S ll5iiU yIreturn and receive rovaid Ryley Gordon 113Tt gFORpower two or four passciigerjT capable rof making 60 miles Used 6 weeks Will sell fqr atsli mnuijnulitjmAlady Rankin 10262wki DB rrldrr1CshlerRonrcBj VIePrclc ntAsst Cubit Clark County NationalBank t i H EtshIHhei1 18CS Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made onAll Points Cr Surplusi 35oOoo- oori V W Bush 6 Company FIRE ANO TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER BUILDINGI fIOFFICE MCEIDOWHEY 4 Phone 145 BUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magneti Call and see this car at WINCHESTER GARAGE PENDLETON BUSH RUSH Attorneys at Law =15th Floor McEldorrney Buildinrs Winchester Ky 4 LEWIS R HAMPTON IAttorney at LawEftlce 5th ioor McEi uwney Bnildl 1 Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky 11M STEVENSON Attorney tt LEW- r ig S gaIn St Winchester Ky r NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS daJIplease call and settle at once and avoid the penalty which takes effect iNovember 1 I will be in my oflloo iu the Clark County National bank building each eveninsr until 9 pi mt beginning October 3 1910 JAS A MCOURT ICity Tax Collector f 930tf 1 h JI WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE tr