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IIor r tLastEdition VOLUME 5 NO 18 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II FLU BYRD Will BE- ELECTEDKr BY OVER 20001 J1 CourierJournal Predicts a Landslide to Democratic Candidate r Clarks Majority Placed as UDOReport in Full The Courier Journal has had a complete report made by one of its Special Correspondents of the po lita Disatoed and in todays paper it confi deirtly predicts the election of Floyd Byrd by over 2000 majority It hut had a careful study made of the situation in each county and from tin unbiased und nonpartisan report tht election of Mr Byrd is confidently predicted The report in full is a follows BresiUiitit countyThis county iu the Past election gave Langley a majority of 180 but it is practicalh conceded by the Republicans that Mr Byrd will carry the county by from 100 to 150 majority while the Democrats claim it anywhere from 400 to 600 The Democratic organization in this county is in fine shape and there seems to be a Democratic feeling of success throughout the en tire county This County will un doubtedly give a majority for Mr Byrd caiywhere from 300 to 400 tI is currently reported in Breath itt that Langley has promised tin Jackson postoffice to Blair McLin but will not have this appointment confirmed until after the election Ii this way he hopes to retain the vote and influence of D D Hurst and hiI family Hurst claims that Mr Lang ley will reappoint him postmaster but ho is about the only one in thIcounty who believes it Clark countyThe disaffectioi of the Republicans in this county u IIltlrmany Republicans say thht he could not have made a more unpopular ap pointment if lie had tried This rp Itpointmcnt has split the Republicai open and many of ih nmosbinnnettttlirtdatacorkin Republicans have openly announced fo Byrd and are working for him nigh and daILast week a negro pubbcan Club was organized amj unanimously endorsed Byrd ThiI county gave a Democratic mnjoritj of about 600 in the last al race but it will give this year where from 1000 to 1200 the anyII ocrats are organized and vhile the Republicans without lead ers or workersarc corresponding depressed and disorganized Elliott countyThere ino specia amount of enthusiasm displayed b IIEaora tic majority of from to md the Republicans do not seem to dispute this threefoic it is prac ticPilly conceded by both parties that Elliott will give a Democratic majority of about 500 Floyd county The battle for vote has been waged in this and the other counties of the Sandy Valley with more vim energy and enthusiosir than in any election sine the days ol Press Taulbee This county tan 11cinutjOIilyclaim that they will wipe that majority out and carry it for Byrd beat least four hundred The mass of the Republican voters outside of tie immediate workers claim that Byrd will not be able to carry it by over 200 Some of the Republican workers claim that it will be a setoff while others claim that Langley wilt carry it by from 100 to 150 When Mr Byrd spoke in this count he was met at brass band and by a crowdyaliousll ly estimated at from 1000 to 1200 j people He spoke to the largest crowd that has ever assembled at 1lreStonb r to hear a speech wnd at the close politicalI off= of the stand and carried the square on the shoulders enthusiastic followers The entlms iasm is all in favor of Byrd in this xtounty and it will undoubtedly give if majority for him anywhere from 250 to 400 Hon Frank Hopkins who lives hero and whto this district in Congress representedI terms is one of the most ticof Byrds workers in the Tenth District Estill county In 1908 Estill gave Langley a majority of 519 but this will be greatly reduced in the coning election Langley got a bad start in this county in the campaign 1f had niade an extensive advertiser ment for speaking and the 5tand ff i THE WIN HESTERN WS fpill Republicans had poured into Irvine from every precinct to hoer their champion expound the doctrine of Cannonism and High Protectionism It happened Byrd was in Irvine on that day so when Mr Langley arrived and discovered that Byrd was in town he immediately called tiff his speaking and declineti to speak The Democrats of course seized upon this opportunity mud taunted the Republicans by telling lien that Langley was afraid fa speak while Byrd was in town The Republicans were thoroughly disgusted and Langley lost many votes by his laydown In addition to this many of the influential Republicans are for Mr Byrd on personal grounds he hawing been the attorney for many of them and besides is very throughout the entire county popularI The Democrats have a fine ization und the county will not gin over 250 majority for Langley Johnson countyThis is one of tIll Gibraltar Republican counties of the district and in 1908 gave Langley a majority of 1330 The Democrat are well organized and hard at work ind claim they will reduce this ma Staffordfcans of the county and a noted Re publican orator has spoken in ever county in this district for Byrd and this work winds up his campaign in Pike county Paintsville the county seat is the home of John C C Mayo who is enthusiastically supporting Mr ByrdJ and it is the general opinion of thr people of the county outside of the partisan workers that Langley lutf lost heavily in this county and ilto lot be able to carry it by exceeding 1000 votes Knott countyThis is one of tin ld reliable Democratic counties Ir 1908 it gave Davis a majority of 470 ind it can be counted upon to give Mi Byrd a majority of anywhere from 500 to 600 Tire Republican oractically concede a majority of 500 for Byrd in this county Lee countyThis is a Republican county which trove Langley in 1901 a majority of 396 but the insurgent Republicans have gotten in their vork in this county to such au extent chat there is practically no RepubH 3an organization no enthusiasm but ouch disaffection Last week Langley Governor Co and Jackson Morris were advertised speak in Bcrttyville on court flay notices were sent all over th i county for at least ten days the day of the speaking and heLoI they arrived here there actual count 75 persons in the court house to hear the speakers Tin Democrats are hard at work and ag gressive and it would not be at alll surprising to hear that Lee county had gone Democratac though the Democratic workers concede it tc Langley by 150 majority Mngoflin county This is another Republican stronghold and in 190E gave Langley a majority of 785 But in this county Byrd is very popular mud will greatly reduce this vote He was Conimomvjealths Attorney in tdis county for many years ha many relatives here and his law partner Mr Calloway Howard who is a staunch Republican is related- to nearly every other person in the county to whom Mr Byrd is not akin Mr Howard is one of the strongest workers that Mr Byrd has and has great influence among the Republi cans The Republican disaffection is very marked in this county and Langley rcorespondingly unpopular thetcar ry the county by over 200 to 250 wile the Republicans are fighting for 500 Tihc Republicans admit that there will be at remendous falling oft thiGolmtrI are only and in Peter Cave precinct in 1908 there was not ia single Democratic vote cast In that election Langley re 211IRcpubliIfact that the county is safely Re publican The Democrats have been Continuedolage 2 0 KKKED FROM FIRE ESCAPE One Woman is Killed and Several Persons Are injured By Fires in Sections of New York r NEW YORK Nov 5One tv oman was killed severed pprsons were injured and there were numbers of narrow escapes in fires in vicious set tiers of this city Friday Mrs Re becca Aencr was the vonuui hillNIjl She is declared by witnesses been kicked from the third floor ofa fire escape while she was fleeing wjth htr husband and children from a set by an inceRtliirty in the rcI street tenement in which they Tie womans assuilrnt escaped uni dentifiedThe are estimated at one hundred thousand dollars CITY COUNCIL HOLDS- Matter IEETIIG of Sairaies of Mayor J A Hughes and judge F P Pendleton is Discussed At the meeting of the City Council Friday night tho matter of the salary of Mkyor J A Hughes and Judge F P Pendleton which caused quite a bit of comment when tlu oresent council took their seats last January was up for discussion again From the tone ofthe discussion it is probable that at the next meeting oi the body the two gentlemen will receive an increase if not the entire amount of their contention Mi made a motion that each bi allowed the amount of salary fixed by the old council but no second wa mndcrSnu1 ho vote taken Mr C G rush however stated that he was in mayor of doing the thenmatter and asked that the matter bt nostooncd until the next meeting- A great deal of time was devoted to paying the acci nuts Friday night J4id very little business of importance was transacted All councilmen were persont with the exception of Dr M S Browne Judge F P Pemlletou and Chiefof Police Woodson M Cord reported 5t cases tried during the month of October fines amounting to 8210 imposed costs rendered 25930 oM bonds 17oO Mr J M Hodgkin treasurer reported a balance of 435311 in thotr City Clark B Tray r01 o1te 15852 collected for license and had paid out for street hands 37937 Mr James q Court collector reported 375459F collected in taxes which Ire had placed in the proper funds and filed re ceipts from the treasure for same 1111thein the sewerage sinking fund Mr S H Rutledge city engineer reported that the past month has been devoted imost entirely to sewerrge construc tion work He also reported two building permits during October He reported that the construction of the sewerage system had gone as far us C street between Broadway and Lex ington avenue that the amount ofI work done by the E T Lewis Company amounted to 159966 Mr J T Stokely reported Cat bad taken up the notes at the Peonies State Bank amounting to 11 66080 and presented them to bo de hoyed in the presence of the coun oil J J McKenna 800i LightI 57398 3000 Winchester Railway Light Ice Company 300 T M Morrow 325 Phillips Drug Cot 260 Pettibone Company 425 Winchester News 1327 Tracy Stokely fMPhillips Drug Company Linville Snowden tSraOi Central Kentucky Gas Com pany 135 Central Kentucky Gas Con pany 216 Scrivener Bros Co 1350 L Linville 1700 iMacNeill Weathers 36Q Winchester Laundry 276 Columbia Trust Company 8000 Charles Stewart 10000 Woroiajjon McCord 200 ClydeTGaiifes 700 r t Clark County Construction Company 5650 Grubbs k Benton 130 J N Wulden 285 JR P dhee Son 3926 Jas Gaitland 500 1165IJ M McClure 2500 59QQpJohnPendleton Bush Bush 25500 J R Martin 530o ii 142AIilITply Company 1300 J H Mart Cos k Sup IpI Company b3521 iH2fiI 28J Total 314 3P To this is added the regular month tJS B Tracy Clerk 5001T- t P Pendleton Recorder 4501 F II Haggard Attorney 5000 Woodson MCord Chief Police 10000 John Ballard police 6000 James Booile police 6000 W Strode police 6000 OOJ1Stonerrent 2000 Dr Vaught Health Officer 2500 Al Kohlhass fireman 5000- S II Price fireman 5000 Sam Hastings 5000 C G Bush 300 J E Botkin 300j Geo Hon J W Wheeler 300 C D George 300 M S Browne 900 J D Jones 30I J C Allan 300 J T Stokely 3001 IITotalAIabamajf Main amid French avenue IIncApril lat for the work done on them oOll1iultingthe city engineer act vitli thfe Sewer aTc corrrimttgc in employing his Ai1pI The City Treasurer was dircetetfi to present bonds Nos 3 4 and 5 oil iOOOO each and to demand pnymeriij I u wish for saraewith per cent from April 1st and to placf the amount to the credit of the sews gage construction fund The E T Lewis Company proposed to surrender sewerage bonds 3 4 aadi i with interest frt 412pcr cent mounting to 307987 This propo ition was accepted and the troasur T was ordered to pay for same out f the sinking fund and the clerk vas directed to keep same amid de roy them in the presence of the Mroncil at its next meeting When tbll city loans its sinking fundout it ut 2 per cent and tins will save ity 2Vi per cent Crossings tj ordered placed as follows cross Broader from hems to the postoffice Another on Broadway from Massies shoe store t Grubbs Benton and one on Fairfax from residence of Mr J M Woods to the old Baptist church The Clark County Board of Control were ordered to appear ins tauter before the Board of Council to show 11notof tobacco whicltwos in Clark county subject tolaxation on April 1st 1910 which propei ty ns omitted by As sessor and Board of Supervisors Mr D L Pendleton appeared for the board and discussed the matter Mr Jones moved that itbe charged with two million pounds of tobacco valued at 7 cents a totoal of 1750 subject for taxation that year The motion FIjHthis amount Mr J Smith Hays was allowed 4650 commission for causing the sale of the sewerage bonds to be made to the E T Lewis Company Mr S H Rutledge was allowed Oc11toborreference to the presenting of bills to the city t The street and alley committee aiIleythe opera house running from Fairfax to Hick vt 11k r It was ordered that Jobh Boone be refunded 3 for poll taxes paid by him SUBSCRIBE FOR tHE MEWS Ii L a MCCREARY IS INHRVIEWtD And Gives Out Answer to the Scm rilous Circular That Has Been Sent Over the State In an interview published in the Lexington Herald Senutor James B McCreary answers the scurrilous eir cular affecting him that has been sent broadcast over the Stturl The following are the main points uf time interview I have never heretofore given stay attention to unsigned circulars The failure of the author to sign his name shows fraud and falsehood The cir eular scattered broadcast tocr the justbforeelection headed Parisan published at Paris Tenn and mailed isit New port Ky has a column with the cap tion Resurrected by Governor Me frenry and it presents so many false moods and is so scurrilous that it re quires some notice The circular says Beckham and exGoviJohn C C Mayo The Beckharo Ilaly and Mayo combination want Me Creamy to run in the race for Gover nor so that if ht gets elected they can take the affairs of the State in hand and control all of the offices and RujlLusVol1san with Governor Beckham in a mnnbei of months Mien I delivered by invitation an address at Frankfort Ky last February at the unveiling anti dedication of the Goebel monument Governor Beckham for a few moments in time opera house He hn llformGovernor and I have no means of knowing his position on any question relating to the race for Governor I LPercya ievf times in months mid he bas not told me wile he will support for any State office I have heard Rufus Y b1 stint ay he would not be a cnndi date for Governor or for any othe GMt In tills connection I wish to slUnr warfc and I will seek the support oti Democrats No candidate forfli tate office era he elected unless he lags fie cordial support of practically hill tl Democrats in Kentucky Thlt Demrcratie majority in Kentucky ssj mall and we lost the State at the last olrcfron of State officers by about ISflCO votes Iwish to way nlflo th t I have candidnttjIIIwith mv race for Governor AGt 1QbilllLfi S1ATY KlltEn Buggy in VVhfch Mr J N Havelben cf Danville Was Riding Struck by Delivery Wagon- PANVILLE Ky Nbvf 51r J N Hcvelben 65 years of age was instantlyldlledat 7 oclock Thurs evening when the buggy in which was driving was overturned bYl boysIng fromthe city to his farm about two miles from town was thrown from his vehicle from the impact caused by the collision of the buggy and the wtogon He is survived by hIs wife three daughters and one son IAUI0ISTS STAND t1IITDIIRED While Funeral Services Were Held LivingstoncWho Was Killed in Practice rATLANTA Gu Nov 5A drama new to Americftn automobile jwcinji was enacted ontlie Atlanta Speedway just before the start of the 100mile 11WithgrandIStAtn cars un at the starting wire their engines stilled for fifteen minutes while their drivers with bared heeds waited for the lat prayo to be said intmother part ofthc city at the funeral of Al Liriurton who was to have started in the 100mile race but who was killed in practice there two days ago After the hvnm there was ta long silo ence respected by all tin thousand in thr indosuro Tue driver stared haul with teardimmod eyes at tin paintedmoods of their maehiiie Suddenly file band started a twostep the racing engines coughedanti Lav trackthudevents New speed kings were throw ing the clutches into position and the bite itce was on IJoe Drweon and Bob remain wort the stars of racing Thursday the for jmer bv Ids breaking the local track record from 1 to 98 miles and the hitter by his sensational work iii tIll tenmile freeforall LtGTURfS AT- K1V COM Opie Read Holds Audience Entranced With His Impersonation of Olt ILim Jucklin Opie Read famous lecturer phil leeItureiThe distinguished gentleman way a hearty welcome The enter tainmcnt was delightful all the waI through and the audience was enthusiastic Being a Southerner himself the Southern didect comes to Mr Read treelyal1dnaturally and almost unconsciously and This intrcprebation of the negro dialect is especially taut iiiIrepresenting time Kentucky colonel Mr Rued is a man whose proportions very Irrge and he towers above he man of ordinary statue like a ntIjtentionand black and somwht bushy lit is brimfulof humor at all times and his stock of witty remarks and bright ex11nHis impersonation of Old Lim iiJucklin a village wit and philoso hero is one of the fittest works oiy he kind ever presented Opie Read has a reputation thali world wide and his works which have been before the people foI many years are read wherever clean humor is appreciated CELEBRATED TfrJOR Wild POSITIVELY APPEAR SifljCe the announcement has beer mado that the Sheehan English Gram Opera Compfuiy will give a perform inee of Verdis II Trovutore at th Winchester opera house Thursday evening November 10th mmiorom inquiries have been made as to whet erg or not Joseph F Sheehan Anneal ers greatest tenor will sing at thl iiprformance There and the manage meat take this means of stating that j Mr Sheehan himself will positivcbf sing and furthermore will to refund money should the famou star not appear Inasmuch as Mr Sheehaus con tracts call for his appearcnce in Chi ago and Boston practically exclus ively for the next two years this toil Ito doubt be the last opportunity w will have of hearing his golden voict for some time In spite of the fact of the grea tenor singing himself as well as hiF entire all star cyst including this Elaine Do Sellom the wonderfu French contralto Miss Grace Nelson the American singer whose remarkable voice has caused a sensation throughout this country and abroad Louis La Valle tho famous English baritone from the Royal Opera Com norm London England and the en balance of principals as well aEI he excellent chorus popular price tsjll prevail in order to give all an op portuuity of hearing what is no doubt the greatest performance of II Trovatorc ever given in the English liutucge CHURCHIFIRST BAPTIST New furnace installed Protracted meeting starts Sunday morning Dr J W Porter of Lexington and gospel singer will assist in the service The meeting will continue for about two weeks Blessing cf Sleep He that sleeps Ieolsnot tho tooth ache ShSkesl1enretr 4 WEATHER Rain Followed By Clearing and Cold er Tonight Sunday Fair DfCIDES FOR CONTESTANTS i Lisle Will Case Which Has Attracted YiComesThe Claiborne Lisle will ease which has consumed the entire week came to a Hose Saturday niornfng when the jury muter bti g out only a short while came in andre rnerl a vordic finding fo rthe eoatesi The case which started Mondiyr tins attracted tibe atltoiilion of the whole county andotsrhtlgtlto4ourt house was filled withanja asiefl spec tators TIC intetas wits dug to the- o clarity of Mrr Lisle whor during ils life was prominent farmer rind i business man of unusual ability Both sides in the litigation wire prominent and had a Inrge number of friends who were interested in the mtcome of the case The hearing of testimony was be gun Monday morning Judge J M Benton the regular judge elecUned to act and Judge Walker of Dan wine was appointed by Governor Wilson Both sides were well rep resented Attorneys Pendleton Bush and Bush and Col John R Allen for the contestants and Attorneys J itStevenson J F Winn Robert Ilsi1 din and F II JIaggard for the pro ponents The taking of testimony in the case was finished Friday ironing and Mr D L Peudletqn addressed the jury for the contestants d b lIon Jolui M Stevenson for the proponents Col Allen fglloivid31i Stevenson and Saturday morning Mr larding closed for the proponents The case was given into the hands of the jury about 11 oclock and h returned their verdict after iubouifzi- nhours deliberation Following wnS the verdict We the jury find that tl papers refelTrdltr was signed by ten jurymen as fol lows R G Wallis J = GGaffispiC P L Skinner DH HaggnjiJoi Berryman W E UenihE T Cur YoS Keene P IIrAulips and J Thornton Two did nejljslgh They were jfes rs Charles HifQleV and R E Fox SELLS INTEREST IN BUSINESS V L Bramblett and George Ram HTalbottMr It H Talbott Saturday sold tis interest in the sniDpn business u North Main street 6tfMi W L Bramble of Carlisle Mn Bmm lett with Mr Georgo Ramsey will onduc4 the business in the future ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED BY BOARD I The Clark County Board of Educa ion met Saturday momi in the Taco of County Superintendent J E jauier in their regular monthly meet ng Xothing of importance came efore the Board and onlyroutiho msiness such as allowing accoanlc- tad minor matters were passed ou 0 AUDITORIUM Time two musical Graces the feat ire act on the bill at Auditorium theatre Friday night displayed rare ability on the violin amid thecello These young ladies have A splendid musical tact having received their musical training in Europe and presenting an act rarely semi on a vaudeville circuit James 0Keilha nov city equilibrist and also has a nice act His act is differentvfrpjn the usual run of ccrobittic acts and was highly enjoyed by a large and ience Friday billnwith two new pictures will give two performances Saturday night at 730 oclock and 843- TOIILATETO CLASSIFY LOST Between PiersaJls store and bridge on Paris pike pocket book containing two one dolIaryJnlls Mrs YoP Lawrence dJL5it LOSTDoor key with aUse tag r marked SAM ReturnatoNso- ffice v4ti53t i fti rJ 0 1 tiI f Page TWo t a 1 pt THE WINCHESTER NEWS TE WINC ESTER NEWS L A independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester HewsC0A- Incorporated tJ 1IIct2KII South Main Street Irt htsterKentucky iv Dairy Except SUnday Eut6red as second e asa matter November 23 1908 at the postoffici inWinciete rtfKentuQky under the dot March 3 1879 life WMRfe Nt If SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one year i 30a Six Months 150 QwltfoatVi vs 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES iSplaYper Inch One tux e any edition 2fj Three tiniest within one week 5C One week continuously L00- One calendar mo continuously 30 Fonts ve ks 4 times a week Four wee three ume sa week 180 Fur weeks two tunes a week L2C Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Notice Per Line Business notices body type 712c Pure rending news heading 15c ihree continuous insertions of sam e Item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One ipsertfon any edition Ic Three insertiOns continuously 2e Ptacr thr ee additional insertions a One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 words ifrb item charged on books for less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE i 4 jl GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1910 BROWNS EXPENSE ACCOUNT alrIII1tm an expense account of j413t turned in by Prison Commissioner Eli Brown Itt tins account are expense inciurjed by Mr Brown while a dele gate to the Jiit niutiouul Prison Con gresf under appointment of Gover nor Wilson t meal1t1lelfd in xcw York and other cities when the prison congress delegates visited as well lus a charge of 2120 for bag jfage poritjrs fees etc as well as d 2780 for cabs and taxicabs in Xev York Louisville Washington Buf falo and other places i The law providing for the expense of priijon commissioners declares that i the neceseary traveling expenses of I the cpnimicaiouers shall he paid but Q Auditor James holds that trip to the prison congress was not a part of the necessiuy expenses lull tulip the aj lQintment sUited Hpecilieajly that it did lj tH i hHau nuent on the part of tlie 8t t- caJ tc ejfpeiiie accountof Commis sioner JJrown was approvcd by Com missioner McCuUihcon GTl present i Prison Commission is tlesH the worst that ever dis graced this or Any other State This attempt to collect money from the t1 State is ouJ 1iar yitli other things 3 done by the Commission It lass inaugurated system of as sesaments on the employees of the prisons tl5U is but little short of h EvacI1 the women Ii ejnplqyces vafe n t cveinp ifrom their tt graft g PERRYGRAPHS 1tllt know a man better by the I ki clr life he lives in his working I flothes ix days in the week than by Ii bat he professes on Sunday a W c lp diri the Bible Rov21S I thatall liars shrill Ihivb ticir part U in the lake that buvnethi with fire and biimstone We trre mucliVoucerh atl foiVtiie f ilo of sonicOfour neWs I papor friends overAvhat they have fJ said about the tariff itnd other things I duliligthisyearx cairiprjigii We use l V1ouchdown recently iu st ltlci9trpftHl prevailing style of i 8 A t the charge of coin I iuga hrase hut POll our honor we wi WINCHESTER BER MANUFACTURING co INCORPORATED did not mean any hiarm A lady friend is midas u hornet Says we H11u lhvc srM ndrcrpn bris- KlderJ W Shelton the youngest member ot the Shaker Society in Mercer county is derd He Was 74 years of age Only a few of this once prosperous society are living 1 Ou the grounds that single blessed ness iL luxury a Memphis papir takes the position tWt bachelors should be taxed On the same grounds it woulfl be logical to havea tariff in baclloibrs The Mammoth Cave cannot be WonG notice thanlunything Statesbshould own it Is it not about time nnyway for the money that we pay thorJpensesPratt tellns when the Supreme Court or any other court got to be so rynfeet and pure teat it VTIS uboj c ljuj lljtitimQr honest citizcns THE AUDITORlUM1- THEATRE INC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November 4 and 5 IJAMES ONEILL EQUILIBRIST and ACROBRAT One of the best of its kind 2 MUSICAL GRACES Playing on the- t VIOLIN AND CELLA These young ladies received there Musical training in Europe and present a Musical Act rarely seenin a town the size of Win Chester 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES NIGHTIHouse open 730 show starts thoroughlyIheated Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts house No Reserved Seat- sBiOOMFIELD RA TUFF PROPRIETORS JELLS YOU HOW TOCURE A COLD Surely Breaks the Most Severe Cold and Ends Grippe Misery in Just a Few Hours The most effective and harmless wily to cure the Grippe or break a severe cold either in the head chest back stomach or limbs is a dose of Papers Cold Compound every two hours until three consecutive doses vie taken You will distinctly feel the 6old breaking and nil grippe symptoms go ing1 after the very first dose It promptly relievos ttfc most miser rule neuralgia pants headache lull jhcad Lindcost stuffed up fey erishiless sneezing sore throat run auig of the nose soreness stiffness a rid 2heutilntu aching Take this harmless Coinpound as directed nith the knowledge that there isno other medicine nude kuy wltcre else in the world which will cure jour cold or end Grippe misery as promptly mid wiiTibut any other assistance Oil bad aftereffects as a 2occnt package of Paids Com Coin pouhd ivSjich any druggist in the world ln supply After three yeaireseareI have demonstrated that quinine is not effcclive in the trcltI mejit of colds or grippe F OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS at the Auditorium theatre Tuesday- night Novembers HSSt r ONCE YOU BECOME ACQUAINTED J with our luuihur IiJl never bel satisfied with any ofL lower grade or standard For not alone will you t liul oiirs work up buttqr and quicI but you will also enjoy a freedom from future repair bills that will anihieiaiid ttelifeht jdrtMcute in uu be introduced to it lUM NOVELTY conclusively FLOYD BH Will ElECUO BY US 2080 Continued From Prsrc Onu well organized and are making a quiet still light Mr Byrd hus spoken throughout the county and has math ji arost an ra bIt impression iaud many votes The Republicans crt m their normal majority but this is based more upon the filet that the county usually roes Republican than for any other reason but they have failed to take into account the tine iihprossion which Mrl Byrd has made in every precinct which with the general Re- publiC II upathy and disaffection will reduce the majority This county will not give over Republican majority if Ural much Meuifce county Meniiee is anoth er Democratic county that can b counted upon to always give its nor Mal majority In 1508 it gave Davis majority oi but will nvc from 100 to 350 this year for Byrd Morgan countyllolgan is nor mally Democratic from 600 to 800 HIll eau always be depended upon for that amount In 1003 Mr Davis the Democratic nominee who lives Ia that county received a majority of 039 This year the Democrats are active and well organized The chair man of the County Campaign Cpm mittee is Hon lo M Kendall formerly CriDgrottinan front his district Mr TvcjtdaH iti ntmiiisticiiHy for Mv Ifyrd and i working nighe1 day 800 HP prftfict a majority ofIl least TIll iicptiblicjans have made a lard fight ii County and while they dvjm publicly that the vote ivilkbi greatly reduced yet juixiifcly fey admit that JJyrd will carry it by from i00 Jo It is sale to say that this chatty nil be carried by Mi Byrd by at least 700 majority Montgomery enumy This rutfnly in 1508 gate Davib a niti jority of juC The Republican District CaiupaigA Iheadquaiters are in Ml Sterling acid their workers arc betiding every ef tJhIwhile the Democrats confidently claim and assert that Byrd will car ry it by300mujodt Pike comity Here the battle luis raged the hottest In 100S Langley nied the county by 138G but in no county in the district has there been such an insurgent Republican move ment as here nor have the Democrats a better organization Mull in this one The Rcublicrns hive sOiit were their best speakers and most prominent men and the Democrats have met them at every point and gone them one better During the past week the Democrats have hUll lion Robert Friend of Irvine spenk lUg in each precinct in one portion o flhc county and Hon Fl D Steph ensou of Pikcvillc and W T Staf ford the insurgent Republican of Johnson county speaking in each precinct in the other cudut the county Today Saturday is the grand Democratic rally day at Pike rifle with Senator McCrenry as the chief s1lIJnke1I The Campiign Jumimttcc uirder ihfc kadership of Mr11 Stowers us chairnmu have 1077active work ing Members throughout the county nnd every creek valley and hillsidt lias been thoroughly canvassed Au immenso vote will be polled in thi county and bets are now going begging tlvit Langlcy vill not early it bv over iOU SOl 1 of the most en thusiastic Democrats predict it will be n seton The Republicans win not say what will be the result and appear to be discouraged and down hearted while the Democrats arc exultant and jubilant It is safe to pre dict that Pike will not hive over 500 Republic nt majority Powell county This county is vela close In 1908 it gave a Democratic majority of 40 bllthi year the Democrat are much better organized and arc enthusiastic Slid confident that Byrd will cany it by at least 100 TlC Republicans do not seri ou ly dispute this claim It scorns to be conceded onall sides tht Powell will go Dcmecmtic aiiSwhero from 100 to 150 Wolfe countyThis was Mr Byrds tome up to several years ago when he moved to Winchester Hftv married in this county has a very JiIIIBi IlL D0 NoI SIttveiiiL t 3J It t w J These Cool Autumn Days9 But WrtrSuit of Our Wanll Urndarwear i = 7L Exposure during the first cool days is liable to leave you with a cold all winter Let us supply you with a suit of our perfect fitting easy and com fort able UNDERlEAR Coo ers Derby flied Reisss Silk Plush Yrights Fleeced Health Underwear i Both Union and Two Piece Suits I- RUPARDSTEWART 50c to2eOO a GarmeI13IQ Il a 5 tM or w 7 p WJIOJiL II E I IL f large connection and is very popular J Senator I5euj ell who is the Republics State Sciinlor dn that ijfislrict is hi broihcrinlau but It unounccd in his paper that lit will sake no hand in thin election oe Avy 01 the other Sesihlor ScwclI is ne of tilt most influcnlial Republicans in tlicr county and with him tamling IlmldotT it will mean ninny votes for Mr Byrd This county is usually Democratic by about 300 but this year itwill give at least 300 for Byrd Summing it all up the majorities m the various counties in lie Tenth District will be about as follows For Byrd liroalhUt b00Clar-k 1000 Elliott r ion Ifloyd BOO Kuott 500 fenifoe 400 Montgomery i jToigan 700 Powell jlOO Wolfe oOO Total U 4700 For Langley Mil BOll Johnson 1000 Lee 200 11tgo0in 20t tifarlin 000 Pike oO- O2ScTotal VrTotal majority fur Byrd 1900 CURFEW AT DANVILLE DANVILLE lt NovAt a meeting of the City Council of ian dIll a euffew lav was adopted Children under sixteen years of ngc tlwcompal1icaI1iwlent or guar diiurarc fbrbiddtfn upon tilt streets The law iri very stringent one and Mayor J H AVfvllace has ins4ructt the c department to enforce it tothc lejttcr In this movdment the touni fattiois fire wannb biukud by tilt boil citiz lh tIlllrttllllity t INE BOY 1 ijr gyns Brock are be coa0i ttlatC don the birth Satur uldsy uiorril o tcn polU1 l boy It is lit uuviitleu pocms und the rjllbleiL TUNGSTH dLAMPS TIc Uiuihcstcr Railway Light Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current have MiTjngcd with us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for llu present i70100watt lamp 10 140 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp 00 land we in order to introduce a uuui applittucesjarelilt margin of profit for a few days COIFARM WANTED 7f to 300 acres well improved and Inn good pike not more thru or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 111tf- MATINEE AND NIGHT Amoiur book The lloUse orIII Thousand Candles is looked upon as U11clOl1lJtcdly 11itopera on 5 matinee old night its mysterious rooujs and odd surroundings will he mounted in a most elaborate manner as thc complete production is carried The company has been most ccrefully selected so that all the unusual char actors that add so much to the of both book end play will becilarmI artistically drawn BURNED BY MOB SAX ANTONIO Texas Xov Aiitonio Rodtixutiiof Las Vaoas Tc icu was iittnledat the stake Thursday by a mob oi Rock Springs TCXJJS following his confession tithe shut and killed Mrs lxui header son wife of a rancher Thursday bo Ccu e she spoke meat to Rodriguez was arrested Thur himf morning wiiiu he applied at ranch near Rock Springs for food I betltesweariuEAwornnn FEErALLH SICK PEOPLESAMPLE JjERYAFFLICTED PEOPLE Iwill mail free of clurrgc a foinplcto home treatment of my won tlcrful new discovery to all suffercvs vo Jill out the coupon below and send it to me todny I want to crd you tbis free proof treatment to skein you the wonderful curative powers it has Do not send money not one cent do 1 risk for this wonderful now treatment just write mo lie it using the coupon below and will send you at once the free treatment that has cured others that suffered you now suffer rwill also send free my hunk How to Oct Yell for your guidance It you have guy ol these trouble till out the coupon belvv and send todav DR D J1 WALSH COllpon for Free Treatment IAND FREE BOOK IDr D J WALSH Box 2094 BOSTON MASS Sendme at onco nil charges Piiil your free treatment for rev clltirdjfreeMY NA3IIS IS dO MY ADDKKSS IS Age How long nfllicted If YlUt lisa l is not on the list opposite write tlu name here My Principal Trouble Hcs Been 1 Make It cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front of the ono from which you sulFer Most KlicuuintLsm Lumbago Dsabfitcs Dropsy Neuralgia DinrrJiocu Constlratlon Indigestion lloadache DIZZlUcSS Kidney Trouble Bladder Trouble Heart Dm use Impure IJlood jFemale Trouble Torpid Liver Partial Paralysis Netvoa ncss = Malaria Drights Disease 1k fIIP J r q Winchester Opera House SATURDAY MATiNEE AND NIGHT NOVEMBER Otfc rTHE ONLY DRAMATIC NOVEL IN MANY SEASONS That Whimiseally Humorous and Entirely Fascinating Play The House of a Thousand Candles Dramatized From MEREDITH MCHOLSONS Novel of tire Same Name All the FaU1cttS and Mysterious Scenes Including THE ODD OLD MANSION ROOM OF HOLLOW WALLS MYSTERIOUS NOISES APPARTHON OF OLD GLENARM i SHOT FROM NOWHERE THE SECRET PASSAGE r a f A CarefuJly Selected Company iPrices 50 rand 1 Matinee 230 Children 25 Adults 50 ci Scats on Sale fctrode s Drug Store w L I OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS al the Auditorium uatre T1 night November 8 11 rtc 4 f K iI i ii THE WINCHESTER NEWS r Pane Three l i v rI trtIt SATISFACTIONS We Guarantee s You 2 ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION 1onevery transaction The line of goods we carry Back Up The Guarantee IC H BOWEN 295 Main St WINCIU STER KY JIi SOCIETY t Misses Kathirinc Beautiful PartyI5f Bear Chilesburg 01n charming Halloween nmsqne Tacle given fonday evening in honoi of their visitors Misses Eleanor good ol Paris and Myrtle Keith of Lexington W The house was lavishly decked in failing vines Ito vers and Halloween suggestion xivxe U4nt lrlrIr Jjneiit lent elinrin till weird autiunii ealism to Hie occasion The enlmnrt shall was hung entirely in white mik jjng igho ty witch den with eat IIIHIIpvaiilablo nooks Jn the hark a huge 5 ron pot supported by m tic stick and lighted with burning alcoholcastr m uncanny glow over the surround ing of the fortune teller tent The guests were received by Mis Itatherine Farney jjcnvmd as a wite dvith flowing mir carrying a broon and a larjie black hou tcat Ilis jGoiyi Farney as a fairy conducted them to the dressing room Iron vliich the girls emerged dressed in Sheets pillow cases sad masks On Centering the parlor where the young men were assembled a jolly tinny ensued in Whirl the young men wen given prizes for the largest number of 1 of JLateflower laden table in the dining After games music And roomj telling the crowd dispersed n hour Those present were Misses Eleanor Wood hrtll Keith Florence Sweeney XUHCu loll Roella Gib El41Barkercs Madia rnd Rcjm Christian Lillian 1Vddleman Messrs Joe Simpson An jHrew Johns Maxwell and Edward Kyle Will Taylor All Smitha Bob fend Joe Moores rLouis Barker liar ry liedmnn li P Smitha Marshall find Shelby Moore Leonard Uye lnrrost and Tipton Stevens Leslie Blankciship Sherman Crini Ed Pnnlmt1tthHert Farney Box Supper iiA box sapper was given at the uekeye school house on Friday night py MJSS Fannie Curry teacher of the Flynn school and Miss Carrie Ly ipns toflcher oft lC Buckeye school The boxes were auctioned and a jiicc sum was roalixtd which will be1 located to the Louisville OI Bans llO1ne Bazaar The ladies of the Catholic oluinI houseri jbloekon November ti 10 raid 12 Jewelor andiOptician Miss Cora Wahlon is visiting her ister Mrs Hugh Peyton at llorsi Cave IHVJ Mrs II F Savery will return this week fiom St Louis where she has been taking a course In manicuring and hair dressing Mrs Robert Harris who has been quite ill for a long time is gradually improving MJS Thomas FeCray and children are visiting relatives in North Slid dletown Miss Alma reeovereulrfrom an attack of tonsilitis Mrs J C May oC Dallas Tex and daughter Thelma Louise are guest of Mr and Mrs W M Watts Mr and Mrs E M Mann ruid children of Ml Sterling have movuil to this cit 4ui taken apartment1 with Mirttu1 its Henry Gilkcy on the corner of Ilickman and Maple street Missesjiqua untie and Elixa lout S are visiting in lUooniingdale- Mr Nelson 1Juslj of Colorado visiting Mr J W Pnrrish Mrs Edward Tonctt is visiting in Lexington Miss Sophia McCabe of Nicholas county is visiting Miss Alma Jones Mr and Mrs 0 L Wainscot are in Philadelphia Col W 1 Lampion was ill in I hospital in New York City and unabK to attend t1lofnuernlof Dr Wash in toll Miller Mr Lindsey Johns left Thursday for Cliicngo o trifles the matcn iranio on Saturday between Perdue and iTncago ITe ill be joined hi LafayjjtS IndjljsJkrr Frank Bel linger who will accompany him It flhicKgo t T Mis Frank W hunker vial Mr Stanford of Cincinnati who came attend the funeral of Dr Washing tun Miller have returned home Mrs Sue L Price who attended the funeral of Dr Miller has returned to her hiinc in Frankfort EXMAYOR WOODS DEFENDS EDITORS Answers Attack of J Franklin Wa lace on Messrs Desha Breckin ridge and Samuel J Roberts LEXINGTON Ky Nov fJAI lit meeting of the AntiCommission ha eminent forces heldat the court 1ratllkliahlaCof facts and tyl of ora tory nlule 1Hr nnilttckon some of the supporters of the ommi Plan particularly Desha illlI ridge editor of the Herald and rr fn tvvEasy the Season We have just received the first shipment of jMiss Hollidays Home CandiesF5 I tPacked in I II and V Pound Boxes The finest purest and most delicious candy you can buy IStrieUy in a Class by Itself Another of Our Famous Quality Lines w 3z DONT FORGET THE PLACEI MacNeill WeathersB- oth IT Phones No 40 1 P ii = i a u Clifton B Ross f We carry the largest stock of ReadytoWears and Dry GoQcts in tlae City of Winchester Our fall stocks are complete Readytoiveari Come in and see what we have in Ready toWear Latest style new goods are still arriving Latest weaves and colors Dry Goods and Silks All we ask of any lady is an inspectionof betterIWe carry the famous Perrin Glovesfitted here and guaranteed lOtatr Hosiery The heavy weight Knotair Hosiery is just the thing for this sharp weather Carries a guarantee of six months We give S and H Green Trading Stamps al t Irlorp1 t Clifton B Ross Opposite Court House Winchester Ky nl o 1 rP nIojl Dk4U1rr u iiel J Roberts editor of tin Leader vvhicii provokeda spirited response from exMayor Clarence Eoodaf Richmond Ivy tfho happened to e present as a listener and ho aine to the defense of Messrs Rob rls and Brcckinridgc cs11IOUoiltl ood faith He disused that the opponent of the Commission Plan could not get a fair hearing in the columns of cither the Leader or Herald with out piy because Messrs Urcckiii ridge rand Roberts fsired the dun h h mission Plan and were too partisan to be decent to the other side Mr Wallace took up the adminis tration of Mr Roberts as Collector of Internal Revenue and grave it as his judicial opinion that while Robert was Collector he ohlnot earn fifteen Cents ofthe salary prdd him by the t voriimenfM These ate fair samples of Mr Wal laces eloquent arguments against the Commission Plan whici evidently carried great weightt1s they were heartily applauded ExMayor Clarence K Woo1of Richmond who wns in the midience rnd who sat a patient listener during Attorney Wallaces tirade at the con THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business Fin Winchester for many years and have learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper andjmore satisfactory than anybody else JIHI MARTIN COIL 1 SUPPLY 00 ONLY 4c IN STA-MPSftior a sample bottle of the FINEST FRENCH PERFUME Wrae nor at once to our American Oreces Send 4e and we will mail you a sample of thecaquistedeiigatful extract you ever utcd Retail jiricc for a large bottle All Dealers PARSUKERIE ED PiKAUD DEPTM ED PINAUD ELDG NEW YOfilJ r Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is no cureall humbug but is made for just one to cure the weaknesses painful disorders and irregularities of the womanlyorganism It is THE ONE REMEDY for these ailments sold by druggists devised and gotten up by a regularly graduated physician of vast exilerlence in treating womans peculiar diseases and Is carefully adapted to work in harmony with her delicate organization by an exile = rienced and skilled specialist in her maladies THE ONE REMEDY for womans ailments sold by druggists which contains neither at rankestI soIperfect and good that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient in plain English on its outside bottle = erf and attest the correctness of the same under oath thus taking its users into their full confidence and warranting physicians in prescribing it in their worst cases which they do very largely IIt is foolish as well as dangerous to take medicine the composition of which you know Therefore dont let a dishonest druggist prevail on you to accept asecret nos trine for this professionally approved medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Every ingredi ent in its makeup has the strongest indorsement of the leading medical men of all the severalschools of practice Send postalcard r quest for free Booklet of same woman may write fully andconfidentially to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo Nv Y IEvery sure that her case receive carefulconscientious confidentialconsidera tion freeInof his great 1000page book The Common Sense Medical Adviser to any woman who will onlyDr liver and bowels They work in harmony with Favorite Prescription when needed as a gentle laxative Sugar coated tiny granules easy to take as candy elusion of his remarks secured rec ognition from the chrarman to ad dress the meeting Mayor Woods speech was a veritable bombshell in the mule of the Antis and threw tliem into consternation Mr Woods irivle Mr Wallace look like thirty cents when he had finished paying his respects to him The speaker defended Messrs lireck iniidge and Roberts for what he re rerred to as their publicspirited pat riotic cause mill said that no better or cleaner or more honest papers andlDixonsirs Breckinridge and Roberts are unong the most liberalminded pro eIlll WASHINGTON Nut iOITiial sanction was given Thursday by the jtovernment for the transmission of r S mails by aeroplane for the first time in history Permission was ranted by Postmaster General Illicit cock for A 3kIacCimly to carry luted States mails in this manner from the outgoing transAtlantic lin jr Kaiserin AugusteVictoria to the Yew York postollice next Smudgy rtJien that vessel is fifty miles at sea The mail pouch will contain letters from passengers for transmission to various pa rtof the world REPORT OF FUNDS FRANKFORT Ky Nov iThe money on hand in the Treasury at the close of business October 31 as given out by Auditor James Thursday Iol ItrtvsBnhulce in sinking fund jlhf S178S balance in school fund l710 J18G2 deficit in general expense fund JfS92J5 balance in Treasury j2l51l744 outstanding warrints 177170000 increase 1471747 Treasurer Farley will begin taking up the interestbearing warrants the Irs f this mm or the first of next A thing of b nutyiH joy forever uless the cost price Il kout Asthma Catarrh Cured Expert Medical Scientists Announce Startling Results Obtained By Senpine New York Thtmsanils arc taking advantage of the generous offer made by The Wcioihvorth To 1101 Broad vay New York City requesting an fxporimental package of Senpine the teat discovery for Asthma Hay Fever Bronchitis and Catarrh which is mailed free of charge to all who write for it It is curing thousands of the most stubborn cases It mak es no difference how lour you have cliIl If you have experimented withoth er treatments find have failed to find a cure do not be discouraged but send for a trial of this wonderful truly meritous remedy which is a scientific compound discovered by a Professor of Vienna University and is being recommended by thousands TRY THIS FOR CATARRH Get a HYOMEI pronounce it Ilighome outfit todnyIPour a few ho into the inhaler that conies with each outfit and breathe it in four or live times a day- Immediately you will know that HYOMEI soothes and heals the in ihimed and irritated membrane tated membrane But HYOMEF does more than sooth and heal it kills the germs those persevering pests that are at the root of all cartsVrrhaljcondition Last year sirlTcreiiywith catarrh I used one bottle of 11YOME1 aid my entarihwas ht- tterIiss lichen MeNair Lovalton Cal A complete HYOMEI outfit includ ing a botle of TIYOMKI itlfafd rub ber pocket inhaler and simple in structions for use costs only 100 If you now own a ITyonii inhaler you eau get an extra bottle of IIYO MEI for only oO cents at Phillips everywhcrcI croup or money TvrnbulIiJf I V fo or 4 Our fall lines are going beautifully Trade has come with a rush since the cold weather appeared We are still receiving from the East SUITS and COATS of the very latest pat ternsIf you want something very stylish for your fall wear you cannot do better than buy one of our MIXEDWOOL SUITS We have them in all shades and they are exceedingly service able as well as stylish Towels We have just received a very complete line of HUCK TOWELING We have them 15 inches in width for guest towels also in 22 24 and 25 inches in width Also a beautiful line of hemstitched and scolloped tow- elsChildrens Underwear We have made a marked reduction in childrens fall underwear BasketsT If you wantsomething dainty and nobby just ask to look at our latest line of baskets Arls T urnbull f 1 Farm Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS H 7 tI f LOOK C R FJJUL VIit t at the 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 passing thing this paper thrown away to make room for the next one is no reason why you shouldnt appreciate the full beauty of this works BWFits interesting for soother reason It illustra tes as well as youll eVer see it done how correctly designed and properly tailored clothes look on a man The 1 only way to geta better idea of it is to step in here some day and ask to be shown our Hart Schaffner Marxt r t fine suits and overcoats for fall and winter When you see the clothes themselves youll realize that not eyen ii suchart as this does full justiceto them theyre really better than can be illustrated or described The principal figure in our illustration shows the r new Shapemaker model designed especially for young men and you get here a very accurate idea of the smart stalwart f lines of this fine style We want you young fellows to notice it particularly the lines of the coat the way it drapes the curve of the shoulder and the kIback they length and flare of the skirts Note also the peggy lines of the trouserS Tts chiefly in the trousers that this new model differs fromt other styles j theyre shapedaround the waist andover the hips in such a way that belt or suspenders are not neccessary the- trousers v stay in place without being heldup This is a new idea an exclusive Hart Schaffner Marx idea its a fresh development in the making of meii s clothesjthats undbubtedly the best thing ever done We want you to see it here We have the Shapemaker and the new Varsity in all the best fabrics nobody can makes as Hart Schaffner Marx make them and nobody else in this townbut this store pajn tl sell them to you Hart Schaffner F Marx Suits 20 to 30 Hart Schaffner G Marx Overcoats 18 to 30 r BlOOrnhieid9S Special Suits and Overcoats X10 1250 and X15 VIC BL00MFIELD I T clothestn 10F s f J L 6 l= rJ THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Fivo IFARMS FOR SALE I FARM NO 130acres 7U miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with rooms 2 porches j0od stable holds 4 acres of tobac outbuildibearing Fencing good Divided into four lot3ul1 well vaternd All in Jgraf s except 8or 10 acres Close to Li good school Price 0000 utileftoPa twostory frame dwelling of S COlilHi01bycco Ice house chicken houses WHI IOUM nieut house corn crib 4 liog ll uses and other out buildings llviuUu into 4 tracts each one beinii well watered and every fence in first class condition Has large young toJJ than lit quarter of a mile from rail road station Will all raise good to lilicob A bargain at 8000 FARM NO t90 acres GIO mil efr m Winchester on good pike flas twostory frame dwelling of 7 Tpoins 2 porches stock barn 5acrc tobqcao barn good cellar and all out it hViildings all in good condition di vided in 5 ir lebul1weB watered tnd fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in grass Withii Qnelitilf mile of good school church store and postoflice and blacksmith shop Price G000 FARM XO 400acres 7 nile from AYinehester onequarter mill from railroad station has twoslorA frame dwelling of rooms new tocl barn 4acre tobacco barn nil neces srilY outbuildings Well wntmu with pool wells and creeks AH outI nitPrice G000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles ffirom Winchester twostory frame tobaccoSmall tenrJit house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per acre f FRI NO G105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good ijike Good dwelling of 7or S rooms All nee essary outbuildings 12acre tobacco barn anti tenant house Well fenced dnd watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7a4 acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fivcroon dwellings one 10acro tobacco brrn plenty tobacco laud Nearly allii I Advertising Angler new tjifc gentlq ajt is the stream splash so much you bowIare there at 11irrais Price 50 per acre llliJeslfromnew Groom dwelling barn and outbuildings Price 3500 FARM NO acres 7 liiiics from Winchester has twostorj frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobac Of to barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat lmSwalltivation balance in grass price 5to000 PAR1I NO 10300 acres 12 mil tooframeun Intstockfarm in the count 75 acres in cultivation balanceiu grass price 12000 reFARMChCswith 4 rooms all outbuildings splen e did combined stock and tobacco bars 111rluichkinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12137 acres IV niles from Winchester on good pike stuIa5oO1nsnuoutbuildingsGood land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358 acres 7 mile IOfchcllinetc Price 115 per acre ed FARM NO 1462 acres 3 mile- from Winchester on good pike lun as toIbaccotobacco land Price 125 per acre in FjJUI 1592Icres 7VJ mjluj from Winchester good pike has es twostory frame dwelling with I rooms good cellar and all outbuild ings good stock born 10acretobac lyIH5 per acre FARM NO 1670 acres BY miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms All its outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO 175S acres 5 milt from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 18103acres pea i Chilesburg has 3room tenant house well fenced and watered All good land on good pike Price 105 pci acre Tracy Stokely Office in McEldowney Bldgf Both Phones t oaI Citizens National Bank I Paid up Capital 1000001 Surplus 51000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to al busness entrusted to us J D Simpson Frcs A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V PrtS J W Poynter Asst Cashier i 4j filii Save Time by Telephoning When a feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice Ry having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATEDI youJtaelltCall our manager for full information recruit to who nagging rgt Why bless J50 day NU on man T RED STAR rw = The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes Jbic Juelye guarantee every ROY SE 6 BOONE Winchester Both Phones 2 IAn Uncertain Luxrry onhavingdoes He declines t6 pay for anythIng unless he knows exactly what he is getting Thats true He wont even buy a canteloupe One Doctor Ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pec loralfor throat end lung troubles DoctOrs hoaeptucriHtdilfotJOyeara aS s COLORED COLUMN liTheDenver Col is a colored man Captain Silas II lohnscna CalQliurtlrnothe building of Alexander Chapel be erected at Brewcrvillc Liberia Africa The total cost will be 1000 The colored brother travelsentireiy much Have you ever noticed tie usual proportion of Negroes ound the railroad depots eternally ng but never gritting anywhere e Colored American If you cwouldnever let your expenditures axed your income Be liberal with ristian work pay all your honest beautify your home support your family and your life will abound true hallnncssFThe Company Charleston West Virginia installed 1l1ugllificeutII ally of 30000 Chns II Baughnmn colored is weiglmuister in the Indianapolis post ie A press dispatch from Washington says Unit the President has conclud to appoinHV II Lewis present as Distant District Attorney of Boston assistant United States Attorney General also Chas A Chttercil oi Toledo 0ns Collector of Customs Hawaii Fiftynine negroes and eleven whit were lynched in the United State last year The law library of Virginia ni Richmond was closed one day recent on account of the death of R S rown colored who 1m d been assistant librarian for 40 years The oldest colored bank at Dir min ham Ala has just celebratec 20th anniversary The bank luv had 26378 depositors and have 957 now 1470829418 have been do posited or 73931414 annuaiiv Prof Henry Hummons of Pike ville is visiting his family Mack Hawkins has returned to th city after a three months absence We are obliged to Col T 0 Stv art who has been in New YorV Wasliinglon and other Eastern eitie for the past iironlh for a souveir orciilc of Abraham Lincoln mat5 from 10000 worth of old raid mut lated money redeemed and inacerater at the U S Treasury at Washington Prof Thos M Berry is build i1 r ix room bouse on East Hickmau street P Alexander has been appoint IH T M BetTy executed sixty quarlerI5u Iil1ersbnrvI500 TIClIF Mr John E Garner is building s colored tenement house in Poynter villa We tao in receipt ofa souvenir post earl showing Hev II C Baker baptizing at Berea Ky a Tew Sun days auto IIcv T Timberlake has returned from conducting two weeks meet ing at Centorville where he food 20 cifiifWntvl wns naid 03 and 10 ifLaul4L for his cr vices Nineteen candidate wore baptized into tho fellowship of the First Bap tist church last Suuday1- 01m Vivion of Springfield 0 iIcity IWith sadness we chronicle the Anderson Smith one of tlu oldest colored citizens of the county rtahoniPinlur of the First Baptist claire whore her funeral was preached Friday by pastor Fisher James Boonc was initiated into the K of P lodge Wednesday night Moving pieturcsluvat tile Giiri tian cliTirch next week BaptistIfrom the subject Winchester at Hip whosej11tdthy wavs hast thou not glorified Dan 323 verse All are invitedIMrs IIcv Dr C 11 Parrish Gpllcgo Chum of Mrs W W BaukF o tfhis city tlas brought suiit against tjc Louisyillb street car company foi 3000 for injuries- IidprcQntativcs fro mine Various rity churches assembled at Allan Have only one doctorjust one No sense in running from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him No sense in trying this thing that thing Jar your cough Care fully deliberately select the best cough medicine then take it Stick to itichapel last Sunday and orgunize1l an associated cKarity to conjunction with the white organiza 1 on Rev H D Qoleiane president r II Allen vice president Proi E raylor secretary G Jl Guinn assistant secretary Jerry Taylor i i t ittlc SUJcr Ed Harris colored saveda loaded L C passenger train enroulc from St Louis to Chicago in Bollard county Tuesday from running burning bridge by flagiiig it with IiI wifes red petticoat Negroes of the new State of Okla homa have been practically disfrnn chised Church conference at Allans chap i tomorrow at 2 30 p m All members are urged to be present JSWebb M D pastor John Massif s vetxiry jlIarge crowd vas present to hear Ficv o 11 idelibrew colored boy incelist speakat Clarks ejiapej ridayiigbt MARTS CHICAGO Nov 4 WHEAT Undoubtedly the late break in wheat yesterday was more than evehVilu beats expected Pa t of the decline was due to stop joss selling last few minutes It is iioi expected that Ii quidation such as struck the maria late yesterday whO c6iitinue Conh servativc leaders talk as if there was a chance for some recovery in the price this morning The news wine should have been helpful to buyer yesterday was the much smaller receipts in tlus country a1ulfivcdrctiom of smaller worlds shipment was en tirely ignored when it came to th ate selling ofJyjheat These thing nly tend to 1Odrfv bearish con ditions in the voTrs wheat 5tl1 tic and the change isnQtiyet radio1 iiiough to cneouirniW oicfatiou vhich must wnjf for a piiie Tee Thicii will raitlt7i i important expo sales CORN Thur are many things ii be com situatitv4make the tnidj i little bullish lhqsmall local re jjbiptsr the llghfr dlfenligs of poth oh md new coru liivi0 country son lisappointing rycilds Husking ir veil under way and n good brisl hipping demand These things ma ncouragc a little firmness or a liftD ally but in the end the corn is likelyto be large enough an the movement heavy enough to forci lower prices Until the new ron moves more freely would limit sale to good swells in May price w ASSOCIATED PRESS SUM WARY CHICAGO N v4Cattlc re ceipts 16000 strong 10 cents high beeVes 450775 Texas steers 335575 western steers 410 i 035 stockers and feeders 410 550 cows heifers 225G50 calves 550l25 hogs receipts 15000 5 and 10 cents higher 73 875 sheep receipts 3060 j steady native 20005435 western 2057 135 yearlings 435540 lambs ciuatheJ75 J COUNTY COURT DAYS Belowis a list of the d county courts are held each month in coun lies near Clark county Anderson Lawrenccburg 3rd Mon lay Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday nyIy Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayctte Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Fleinihgslnirg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant WilHamstown 2nd Monday lIondaI n Lee Bea Lincoln Stanford 2nd Mnndav Madison liclimond 1st Monday IondayIMon j Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Mondav Powell Stanton 1st Monday ISlott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelbyvillc 2nd JTondiy- TVo Knnl Vf fijUps 4fb rnuua nl DRINK I tl 00More Than WetI SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson VLFourth Quarter For Nov 6 1910 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Matt xxvi 1730 Memory Verses 282S Golden Text Luke xxii 19 Commentary Pre pared by Rev D M Stearns Tbis lesson entitled The Last Supper is recorded by Mark and Luke as well as by ilathew and there is n long portion recorded by John only chapters siil to xvii inclusive It is easy to read it now often we have lone so but who can Only by the Spirit can we slguulticanceH ure grasp a little of its May each one of us anointing to read to write to meditate to teach and may the Spirit have full control of us that Jesus Christ may be glorified Luke says that Ho sent Peter and lohu saying Go and prepare us the Passover that we may eat Then they asked Him Whcro wilUhon t lot we prepare To which fie replied tliat they were to follow a Ulan whom they would meet in1 the city luarhiir a pitcher of water and h y him they would find the furnished upper room They found as He had siid and made ready the Passover With the Where wilt thou df this lesson have In mind the What wilt thou of Acts Ix 6 with Prov iii 5 n and its Trust lean not acknowledge Ho shall direct We cannot learn the way of pence and His guidance in all things until we have learned that we of ourselves know nothing and can do nothing Then see what simple ordinary things He uses a nina a pitcher of water and away hack in the story a shepherds rod a dream many a time a barley cake the dew n vine a fig tree a gourd a worm a hen and chickens sparrows everything If there seems to be de lay in guidance He is saying Iy time is not yet but in due time He will say Sly time is at hand When evening came lie sat down with the twelve and spake of His great desire for this time but that He would never again eat the Passover with them hior drink of the fruit of the vine till the kingdom of God should come Luke xxil 151S thus pointing to a future fulfillment of the Passover when the deliverance of Israel from all nations would so far exceed the deliverance from Egypt that the de liverance under Moses would not seem worth mentioning in comparison Ten ixiil 7 th Then followed still be tween verses 20 and 21 of our lessor the washing of their feet with its great lesson of humility Those who think that Ho taught ouiy literal foot washing should consider His words to Peter If wash thee not thou hast no part with me John xiii 81 He washed the feet of Judas as well as of the others yet Judas had no part with Him and He said concerning him It had been good for that man if he had not been born verse 24u If Ut wicked are to be annihilated as sorn teach there is no force in this saying of Jesus Some time during the feast Jesus indicated Judas as His betrayer by dipping a sop and handing it to him Satan having then entered into Judas Jesus said to him That thou doest do quickly and he went out im mediately and it was night John xiii 2530 It has been night with him ever since and there is no morning for him isa vill 20 II V The Passover being ended and Judas having gone out to do his devilish work our Lord took bread blessed brake and gave to the disciples and said Take eat this is My hotly Then He took the cup and gave thanks anti gave it to them saying Drink ye ill of it for this is My blood of the Vow Testament which is shed for many rOt the remission of sins Then He added a word about not drinking it henceforth till the kingdom comes verses 2G29 Paul in his statement tlf this says that Jesus added both in reference to the bread and the wine This do in remembrance of Me and he added For us often as ye cat this bread and drink this cup ye do show the Lords death till He come I Cor xi SI26 Those who teach that He gave them His actual body and blood to eat tint drink should explain how this could be while He sat there among izexplanationeating Ills flesh fluid drinking His blood is just believing In Him for everlast ing life is the result in each case aud there are not two ways of obtaining this life What we eat we receive into us and assimilate it rind it becomes part of our body As we oat His words which arc spirit and life wo eat Himself anti He dwells in us John vi GJ Jet xv 30 We cannot begin to Consider in so brief a lesson all the words and events of that evening but between verses 29 uud 30 of our lesson we must think of the whole of John xiv and with verse 31 of that chapter compare verse 30 of our lossdu remembering that John xiv is preceded by Peters assurance of readiness to die with Jesus How little we know ouriclvos How well IIo knows us And yet with all our vain blartIbenot think of yourself or he discouraged After vere oO of our lessen we must think of tbt whole of John xv xvi and svii Then in verse 31 hear His quota tion from Xcch xiii 7 and let the swordof that verse point you back tbp sword of Geoili J4 which must find n sacrifice the antitype of Abels Ininb if mun would epproach God f Classified Advertisements I2c Ic ivscrtioY2c a word for each additional sertion Gc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothinn charged or hacks for less than 25 cents FOR RENT l1tllBloadway For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office in KcEldcwney Buillding Home Ptone 28 East Tern 26 iInsrnelnLiT J STROTHERS iOLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE KriterniiT Hide Phoue FOR RENT Cotta e on Brown Court all modern convenience A Bertty News olIieeIiontf FOR SALE Some highbred fancy yyung Shetland ponies marl and horses Prices arc right V T Ogden 1026tf WANTED Position stenographer Several years experience Apply ceIORlmoIFOR SALE Pure blood Khode Is land Red cockerels Call Home 1010tfl1 STOLEN From me on the Eclon 1VllJHI OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS at sJJYIFOR SALE An extra young Jersey milch cow with heifer calf about cj 12 lays old Apply M GJcrthi erineill phone 391 11431 FOR SALE One oak suite of fur Inhurc three carpets one lard kclUe1Iu LOST Blue and wCiilc female bird dog black face and bobtail Ah swers to name of Queen Liberal reward Waller Hampton It R 2 114U FOUNDA Bible Owner may ha Same by paying tof this ad 11 43tI FOR RENTI nice largo rooms for light housekeeping Apply to Miss Laura Eeton C C Kobbins ati News oillcc n43t landinowat once For money rent or good note Apply to II W Eeton at Ectons grocery 1010tf WANTED Boarders 235 Nod li Main street Gas and btu lh 1013tf= FOR SALE 100 WKA in alit to sutJ purchasers to he dolivmed fwm 20th to 25th uf November be slaunhtorod preisiisi Ii Ostlon 101I Mj FOR RENT Two rooms over Cord Phillips slioe store 10 27ff FOR SALErAutoniobiic tohursl1 power two or four pn onjrcr cit p able of making 60 miles an hour Used 6 week Will sell for cash or will tnade Ea y to manipulate Aladv can run it Apply Vr J N Rankin 102G2wks BUICK RO AgOUT Reduced to IFully Equipped 57500Ili U shield Gas Lamps Magnet Call and see this car at WINCHESTER GARAGE W Bush 6 Company FIRE ANO TORNADO INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY t OFFICE KcELDOWNEY Phone 145 IiIIClark County National Bank stftrlhri lOGS Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made on Points tICapital and Siirplfts 35000000 Notice to Taxpayers blIavoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compellcdto collect alj of the taxes by December IsU itIiodstf i Public Sale I will sell my house anti lot on Ken lucky street at public auction Mont tuy Nov itlO aTnJoui pipcii rbi gas Torino of sale uiitld Known oir fcjHOWARD WATTS Auctioner Mrs Pattie Patterson PE8BLETOH RUSH BUSrt Attorneys at LMJJ J i5th Fljor McEl7ney Bqildin KyILEWIS n HAHPTOH tL Attorney at Law ffice 5th Floor McEidowney Bailduirj Special Attention to Collections u Winchester Ky I1J M STEVENSON tAttorney it ttw Main St Winchester K rS n TO bill D YfRSITIio city taxes hay bleu Dust since July 1 TIiosciigtcs svitl please call andeltlc at once anjl ovoid the penalty which takes eltecrr November 1 I will bein ini oiT in the Clark County National TRsujc building each evcnin itilO p mfc bosiiiniiis Octobcr1O JAS A Mcoujrr City focCollcctoi IU304f i SHORTHAND Standard ljronojrphy the short tst legible shorllumd Taught by course of individual ieSslflStht best method of teaching known J LadY 234 Highland street ifpnu ITtIEI have secured the agency for tliff- pmachiue whiuh is well known for itt durability and good work Will Tttieither for cash or monthly pilymcl1lf C C IIO1flJJXSews o14 4 r WINCHESTER ROLLER MiLlS The ol est and best institution the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use homo flour thp best made Ken perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal ajikA L r r Page Six r THE ttCUFSTFRrFWS WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY EVENING NOV 1oT- Hsl rJI II iY71 i 4 r The Greatest Event in the Theatrical History of this City The Foremost American and European Stars Headed by Joseph F t Sheehan Americas Greatest Tenor s The Performance NEW YORK and CHICAGO Brought to Our Door J Yhe Fiest and Most Expensive Organization Beare the American Public ToDay The Worlds Most Beauti t1and Popular Opera It TROVATORE l l jl MwJo l J c I uAS SEES BY THE PRESS LANGLEYS PET MEASURE Special to CourierJournal WASHINGTON Apr 9 1910 Representatives Langley of Ken tucky and Rucker of Missouri were circulating a petition today on their own respective sides of the House addressed to the Chairman of the Committee on Invalid Pensions asking that the committee fix sn- early dry for a hearing on Mr Langleys bill or some similar measure oppos ing to pension the State miliatiamen who aided in the suppression of then boilion The petition was nunier ousiy sgned by both Democratic and Renublicau members from Kentucky Vest VirgirriaOlio Indiana Penn sylvania Maryland KrnSas llis souri and one or two other States This is IlLan measure Fund he expressed himself this after noon as much gratified and encour aged by the large number of members regardless of politics who have ur to lid in pressing the mcas nrci here hrvo been two or three partial heat ng5 heretofore and the purpose of Langley and Rucker by this nave is to get a full hearing foi all of tic States interested There is a nowrwho have come all the way from there to urge the passage of that bill Mr Lri Ale was in conference with Chairman Sullowav this afternoon and the chairman assured him that at the regular meeting of the committee next Monday a day would be set aside next week for the hearing Mr Langley stated after the interview that Mr Sullowcy indicated that he would like to have the friends of the measure reach an agreement so that speakercf urn each State to address the com inilteQ and it is understood that this arrangement is to be made In speaking of the matter Mr Langley srdd We are in dead ear aieStlbout this proposition and there are enough of us back of the measure now to get something done We will of course be unable to get a bill far drably reported which will be ac broad as I would like to see iti but I am satisfied that wo will get a meas I iiic pissed upon which all of us can agree that will result in placing upon 7 the pension rolls those militiamen who cooperated with the regular United States forces and rendered the same character of service 4o the TJnior cause that wins rendered by the regu PiWhothergarding this militia mensure will be realized or not it must be admitted that he has made a good fight for it LANGLEY DEPLORES PREJUDICES Special dispatch to the Enquirer WASHINGTON March 20 1910 After the completion of bills on the rallKeiferappropriation bill and the House at once resolved itself into Committee of the Whole and took up the consider ation of this measure An interesting speech was Representative Langley of mndebyI lie began by deprecating the cy nimicii has been shown by some men in high places recently to seek to revive tfct he termed the preju dices and passions of the old rebel IThere are some men he not seem to realize ec1areilI wars over although the last shot died awiaj nearly l a tfuming to his Republican collea Let us live for the present and the future ind not is the memories of l the dead and buried past He paid an eloquent tribute to time Southern people and to the old Con federates who he declared have ac goodItoward making the nation happier better and greater This sentiment was liberally applauded on both sides of the House Langley called attention to the fact that over 100 member of the House hind introduced pension bills all de signcdto make the present syn ter amore liberal rand intimated that good many of these measures evi dently were introduced for i ome con sumption He contended that the soldiers could not be blamed for becoming du 07 i J L L n J Prn ilt c1V ilar SHEEHANENOLISH IN VERDIS BEAUTIFUL OPERA IL TROV A TORE Prices1st 4 Rows and last 3 Rows 100 Balance LDwer Floor 150 Gallery 50 Nr 1 bious of the motives of members who introduced bills and ten let them die in committee wuilhout an effort to gN- them considered He obtained unanimous consent to insert in the Record a summary of all pension bills that have been introdue eel and the names of the authors of such bills and said tkU if they were all inearnest when they introduced ttfese hills and would join with them something more would be accomplish ed for the soldiers at this session of Congress TENTH DISTRICTMAN PROMOTED Upon the request of lion John W Langley the Commissioner of Pen ions has appointed Dr Addiscn 11 Helton of Sandy Hook Elliott coun ty to be assistant medical referee of the Pension Bureau at a salary of 2250 per annum He has been in the Pension office a number of years on asalary of 1GOO1 jlr Sterling Gazette Nbv 28 1907 IIN FOREFRONT OF FIGHT Congressman Langley is in tht forefront of the fight for the present tariffschedule on lumber and has achieved considerable success so far Mr Langley ls gained a prestige and influence in the House thSt few Congressman have attained from the mountain districts of Kentucky Con gressman Langley and his associate Representative from this section arc ain full accord and have stood valiantly together in the fight for Me maintenance of the present tariff rat es on lumberAshland Commercial Ind Feb 20 1909 FORAK R ATTACKS tl NEV NATIONALISM Gives Words of Praise Fer Framers of the Constitution and Discusses the King Business Nov5Formeto his attack on the New National ism with his reappearance in th Ohio campaign at the Soldiers Honu here Thursday thought he avoided di rect mention of Colonel Roosevelt i i JJ Seats Will Be Placed On Sale At Strodes Drug Store Monday November 7th All Telephone Orders Must Be Called For The Day Before Performance joTiJii j f 4 The former Senator observed also illofand should receive a quick and de cisive rebuke from the voters whenever opportunity arises He further declared that while the Democratic party hcks the power to- work dam e sometimes we find a Republican who has new ideas and jwmlsto press those ideas until dis RepubIlicauWith words t f high praise for the framers of the constitution Forakei cau to then 1ttor of this King business of New orklThese men he said did not like the thought of placing power in the hands of one mm They did not want a king They had come from lauds 6ver the sea to escape kings and they settled the question forever by decid ire to confer tfae rjowcrs of Government on three depnrtnentethe legislative the executive and the judi cialpr The farmers of tie constitution made every effort to ftvoul the cen tralization of power and the voters should be warned against following ray doctrine of centralization no matter by whom expounded CUT OUT ROOSEVELT CANCER CORTLAND N Y Nov 5Letu- s cut out the cancer of Roosevelt ism said former Judge Alton B Par ker in a reply made here Thursday night to what he called the astound inc address of Senator EHhu Root delivered last week at Carnegie Hall ewYorkClty That was a most astounding address which Mr Root delivered Dare not revolt or worse shall befall you accept your chains or feet the lash innpe or be crashed assert the right to nanio vonrApxeftiiti Os and that right shall be definitely taken from you That in all fairness is the sense of his speech as itirektos to the issue of Rooseveltism RTf ih the rf nTilf dir and his Kent we know hett4 itlian before ind when we consider tlfc past reIn tdous between them the hollowness ind lack of sincerity in the sugges tion that Mr s nomination by intt the State of New York today is clear ROOSEVELT TO ANSWER DIX ALLIANCE 0 Nov 5 Theodore Roosevelt enroute to Chciago Thurs dry gave out a statement on tu train in reply to the speech made by John A Dx Democratic candidate for Governor of New York in New York last night Mr Roosevelt said Mr Dix becomes exceeding alori oirs about me the moment I leave th- ettp Ill answer him when I get back I call the attention of all wart wmKeiy to the fact that Laving in effect defended the bJm shop deci sion which forbade Xew York State to interfere to prevent workingmen laboring an excessive number of hours under unhygienic conditions be now in effect defends a decision declaring woikingmens coinpcnsatioi also unconstitutional WITHI iTYPHOID FEVER Dr Richard Allen Contracts Disease While Attending Patients in the Neighborhood of RiickerviSle Dr Richard Allen of near Rucker rule ruts stricken with typhoid fever Friday and is feared to be in a seri pus condition Dr Allen has been attending several patients with the dreaded disease in his neighborhood and it is supposed he contracted it while waiting on them Mrfl BATSON GOES ill lEXINGTON Accepts Position With the Frarkj Woods Company After Engaging in Harness and Saddle Business Here j R R Batson who has been enI in tfra harness and saddle bus 1111 in this city for av number of has accepted a position with EIL ua lINo Matter What Else You May Miss You Cannot Afford to Miss Tills Woe 4 derful Performance ii 1t Y 7 Secure Your Seats Early rand Avoid Bisapposnt- lueitl No Doubt Hundreds Will Be Turned Away ii 1 trV I 4 SPECIAL TRAINS WILL BE RUN FROM NEIGH BORING CIT E diJiA1 i Gas StovesGas Heaters of all kinds and prices Gas Ranges of the very best makes 30 9 tt ilI r on of 50 N St the Frank Woods in Lex ington und will close out his business here Mr Batson will go to in about two weeks but will not move his family there for some lime vet NO F SELLS THE THAT IS TO KILL Of course you and every reader of the News knows that dandruff is caused by a germ Dr the great French proved tliii beyond a doubt In order to rid ypiir scalp of filthy dandruff you kill the germ There is a hair called Parisian is now sold in ev cry town in AjneriCa that is guaran T lanz =mf Gas LightsThe Famous Welshbld Mantel and Globes that will please the most GRANT WITT Cf I NORTH MAIN STREETJ I For Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market Anumber one stand Will sell account other business Edoo Bros921imeod Main Winchester HyeCompany Lexington MORE DANORUr PHILLIPS REMEDY GUARANTEED ALLDANDRUFF intelligent Sagerbund physician must dressing Sagevwhich fastidious teed to eradicate dandruff stop fall ing hair splitting hair and scalp itch in two weeks or money back 1If you have dundruff get a large oulI rIare not will surely fallout and baJdness ill follow Hero proofof what ParisimiSage has clone It will do more It is the finest hair grower and hair dressing in the world and people who use it regularly will never grow baldrsJohn Stoner Evansville lad writes on June 2 1910 Iused Parisian Sage and found it very successful it removes dand rf ruff and gives the hair life t only used two bottles I know it is a cure for dandruff Large bottles 50 cents at Piiln and druggists everywhere The girt t with the Auburn hair is on every carton