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Trk ti Ji i f J a- f l7 Last EditjBD t I VOLUME 5 NO 19 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY NOVEMBER 7 1910 C CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II MR1RM1kING- I I LAID TO i rl ljj pDied Suddenly of Heart Failure at thI ki Age of 59 Had Been in Failing A Hearth IThe burial of Mr K M King whp died suddenly Saturday morning took place in the Winchester cemetery Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Set byncMr King was 59 years of age and had been ill for some time though his deoth came suddenly Saturday morning Sir King had gotten up ariu whs going abput the house lie wa sitting in the room talking Jo one dl hissons when he began choking Med ical assitancc was summoned but lit died before it reached him Death was due to heart failure He is Survived by his wife and foui sons Messrs Cecil J Pierce Clar ence and Clay ASKS fOR NEWI TRIAL OF CASE Judge Walker Defers Action in Re gard to Rehearing of Lisle Will question Saturday afternoon Mr JF Vim r for esecutdrsi under the will Claibprne Lisle asked for a new trial of the will case Judge Walker dIfelTed action und the question IrJhhled1nDeceinerF BOTH 1p VERYAClIVII t s Polls WIIIOpnaf60Clock Tuesdayi ptnhlg arid Close t4 In terriopn v i Botli the Democrats and Republi ccui leaders in Clark county were Iihman in the Tenth District Doll headquarters presented a busy sceiu all day and both are working to go out a full vote on Tuesday Tho voters attention is called ttj lqdlose at 4 oclock in the aft rnooiitItv ortlertp get to cast your cry one should go as early as pbssit bfe Those who ate compelled tv leaVc ILu city on this day should lb- at tlie jolls some time before they aTe due to leave in order that they wjjli have plenty of time The sa Ubqns VilL be closed all day f vijVbio of Clark county in 1908 I 4 d Tt I r g V Germantown 84 165 80 16 X3pQn Corner 117 145 117 147 Renick vv 103 113 103 11- UCSrajr 51 106 51 1J2- Wde 3fijfar 63 122 63 122- JEctonr T 28 101 28 101 KildyiI1o 1301 139 130 131 t wcl 90 148 Jfl i5 11izU1OnSV1tle inchenv v iJ6 223 61 217 jfirdv 154 ItT IpllBft ttpl cincts 831 847 833 837 f I 1858 2521 18G5 248 rJ fnjoites 663 623 L SERIOUS RIOTING v iIN NEW YORK Strikers Refuseto Return to Work at Former Wages and the Situation Grave NEW YORK Nov 7Tho most serious riot nl that has yet marked tbo strike of express drivers and helpers culminating pf thfe Sho4tingl Qfa striker by a guardon l xi Express Company wngon occuVicd SAtrda evening as clinia to I atfnipt tenninalioh pf negotiation UI bheon the mcn and the c mpanulsI f t11sitThoii fe regaetraS Jii1- cifiaiirigiy serious wifh1 the adged r s t fa 1 r Kv vI gbSp iI IVI i I r THE WINCHESTER NEWS possibility ofa sympathetic walkout throughout the city of all teamsters and all union organizations Peter Roach a striking driver was the victim of Saturdays rioting He was shot through the body during an attack ba mob On an Adams Express wagon at Broadway and Seven jQfth street The last rites were administered to him in a drug store and he was hurried1 fo a hospital nhere his condition late Saturday was repOrted critical John Perry a gimd on the wagon was arrestedand admitted the shoot ink lIe said liz fired after he had hurledIRoativ Uenfed iirt in the riot The termination of negotiations was MayorGaynorthat the Only terms upon which they would take back the strikers was on individual application not later than Monday Reeraployraent in their old positions at former wages was promised Vvithout discrimination against any of them because of having left the service The companies also agreed as soon as work was resumed to confer with their employbiin inerideavor to effect a settlement of wages and hours These terms were rejected by tie consideration strike leaders without even formal I BY THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE Story Written By Mr E Jouett Simpson of This City Appears in Sterling Magazine rln the Se teinberissaic of thcSteiv appcarsaIst PeopleE city isle mit1tcv dThe stoj outlines the straggles ol a youug Gpvqrapr to resist the per suasion brought to hear upon him by ppwerful politicalvauieri to iuducx 1n to grfnta pardou to ti man charged vitha horriDleorime Veiled tljrea19 prpmrsesofi SenatorsMp and olitical position and even the PJCQ of theaviStQRratic old mother the convjcted man failed to move beertistration was to be for the people Justice should rule so long as he re mained tho ohief Qxecutive These principles he staunchly de fended in time presence of a vast as sembly which jVad gathered to lien the gifted young orator deliver a campaign speech Friends of tilt prisoner had iaken this opportum time to present the petition for a pardon rhe strength of purpose of the young Governor his determination to d6 tile right thing iu spite of all obstacles and his powerful arpinnent wrouirht a Wonderful effect on hi Audience An ovation was given him and cries of his nalqe for tile Sen atorship resounded tl the build jug thThe story isone power rjdirrrttphiicahIytiid It will ttp- nc4rin tIme News within the next few days REPORT GIVENS 18 MISLEADING Mr iB Stewart Assessor Did As sessthe tobacco in Question to the Burley Tobacco Society JiltJc report of time proceeding ottbcitcmincil held Friday night the following appeared The Clark County Board of Co- ntraqtoo4eted to Appear instantci before tle Board of Council to shcxiv pa s ifcs4ieiV cau why they shoucl- not be assessed with 250000 worth- ol t co which was in Clark county BtilijMtitp taxation on April 1st 1010 wlmielr rpp rty was omitted by A- ssegorand Board of Supervisors tlti1eoiir report pf the proceed iugJT NvCrS jtfplnrect itappears that the facts are that Mr C B Stowart Uic Asressor did assess the tobacco in question to the Burley Tobacco So city after consultation with the City ailprney aaid other legal authority XJndei tlie contract made twedu the Pooic rs and the Burley So t i JQ Burle To bnctQ Society mind was so asssessedr L CONGRESSMAN LANGlErs RECORDI Jo people of The Tenth Congressional District THe Following Account of My Record Us Your Representive In Congress Is Respectfully Submitted For Your Consiption JOHN W lie Sincp I have been your member of Congress I have given all my time to the discharge of tire duties devolv lug on me to time best of my ability Sometimes u member having private business of his own refuses to gIve up that business and devote all of his time to the discharge of time duties of a Representative This has nofbeei so in my case 1 gnve up all mv private business in order to devote my whole lime to the service of the people Avho have honored me Phi district is so largo that no Represen tn cCllIi Serve it as he Ought to and at the same time give part of Iris attention to private business af faifc mayhatewhich Yhae performed the trust thc confided to me may 1 say mtI L I hare secured favorable c tionpn about 4500000 of was claims lot properly tyiken from the people of this district during the Civil War I have still other claims of this character pending and expect favorable action on them soon 2 Jlelpcd to pass Pension Bill placing all wiclowsofI Union soldiers OI1fill equal footing o that they can all get the same rateI of pension 1200 a month 1 nnI advocating it still more liberal pen sion for them and time repeal of the law winch requires marriage to the hcfcreInit I aidel all 1 could towards tlie passage of time age pension law and h W FOR received a special letter of commen dniibn from the author or the bill Senator McCumber for the worl I did in lhat connection 4 Have labored hard for the pas sage of a law granting all soldiers including State Militia soldier who aidedin the suppression of the Re bellion one dollar a dai believe that wo will finally accomplish this My record will show that I have been an untiring worker for the sol diers and their widows and orphans i have spent much of my time at Washington in pressing their claims befjprg the Commissioner of Pensions andi thcnrise aiding in tie advance ment of their claims I have been their special friend and champion sindc I have been in Congress and I shall continue that course in the next CongressS5 Have secured appropriations for locks and dams for the rivers in our district amounting to a little over ONE MILLION DOLLARS When those locks and dams in con nection with others to be provided for later are finished freight will ho carried at cbout onesixth of what it costs pver a railroad and this will be a benefit to all the people 6vBhayebeen for many yearsan ad PCjaje of Tederal aid in the con sti1ctun of jaighways and Turhpikes aiiS Ianiinviting attention to the t t SS- service I have iendwccthi aiding the farmers organizations of the country in their effort to get this policy adopted by the United States Cow ernment which in my judgment will occur at no distaiit date As evi deuce of my efforts to secure Federal nil in the constnietibri of Highways and Trunpikes I submit the following from HonoA F Lever Member of Congress from South Carolina who is a member ofthecpmmitteetliat brs charge of such legislation This Kpeak for itsclf House of ffjeprejenta fives Yashil1gton I X tJlme220lion John W resentatives Washington D C My dear Mr LanghtIy4 As a member 01Ch Comnuttueon Ajriculture to whieiivmifeBILL mid othdr similar mea xires looking to Federal aid in the constnictionJl PUBLIC mGILWYJS lmv been re ferred it affords mefjleasiire to state that1 have had several intSniews with you regarding this questipji that you have evinced thcinosfc earnest interest in the subject and that YOU HAVE BEEN VERY DILIGENT IN- V61TREFFORTS TO SECURE FAV ORABLE CONSTligRATiqT Ol1 TIlE QUESTION by our Committee While Iun a Democrat LJiavt objection to malting this statement because I know from personal obser vation of yourcouise1siiuto you be eminie teniberof tl l 9 qij tnhafeirenrhRt and diligentir time performance of you duties ivi HON JNO LANGLEY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CONGRESS that you have missed no ppportunitj to serve your constituents Sincerely yours Signed A P LIEXVER CarolinaI0 i law establishing a United States Court at Jackson Kentucky for tlu convenience and better acqpmmpda lion of the people of the mpuntsans 8 lEave secured authority for the erection of a 100000 FederakCourt Building in the City of Jackson in the mountains of Kentucky 9SHave secured authority for the erection of a Federal building In Mt Sterling Ky 10 Have secured additional ap propriations for the erection of a Fedoral building in Winchester Ky 11 Some years ago Congress authorized the reimbursement of ex Confederate soldiers rr the loss of horses saddles and bridles which were taken from thenvin violation of tfve torms of surreiider hit suefli claims had to be filed within a cqrtain time spr they woulcl be barred Money was appropriateafo pay thicsejlaini and aBout 2otOGMP of that sum was left unexpended pJtter all that were Icdin timj JiSdv bneftTcdU- pon my motion In Housea law was passed xteuditifbr two more years th timev ithin uscCh- Um5 could be fiif d afiagthi t SS5SS unexpended appropriation available for the purpose of paying them IS Have had tens of thousands of fish put in the rivers and artificial lakes of the district- 13 Have had about 200 new postofBces and numerous mail routes established in the district for The better accommodation of the people 14 Have succeeded in getting the Departbent to provide better railway mail facilities for ur people This insures a more rapid transmis sion of mail not onlon the railroad lines but causes nmilo reach offices not on the railroad sooner in many cases than formerly 15 Have urnished garden and vegetable seed and valuable bulletins to everybody in the distiict who made their wants known including both Democrats anti Republicans With Roosevelt L believe in a square deal for all the people 16 The Congressional Record instmImentalth5law giving protection to lumber and coal two of the chief industries of the mountain section of our his trict I hope and believe that my record as your Representative cs set forth in the foregoing will meet with your approval Very truly yours Signed NO W LANGLEY Mt Sterling Ky Congressman Langley voted for n high tariff on hemp Will the hemp growers of this district Say be die wrong 7 Congressman Langley voted to re duce the tariff on sugar and to retail coffee and tea on the free list The are necessaries of life Does raiy man woman or child in this district thinl he did wrong Congressman Langley voted to tak the tax off of tobacco Does any to lacco raiser think he did wrong Congressman Langley thought of the folks back home and votd ft i their interest Will any person1 say this was wrong Congressman Lajigley is the per onal friend of Theodore Roosevelt md a supporter of his policies Hq w many people believe these policio 1leTQn 5S Thepdore Ropsevelt says Lang ey I am for you from top to bottom and we believe he is right J dont know rauchi about th tariff but I do know this much tltu when we buy manufactured goods it foreign countries we get the good and the foreigner ets the money P rte buy manufactured goods in this country an American gets both tHe good and thcImoneyAbraliafl Lincoln This is a pretty good tariff speed Every man has a chance to get part of the money in circulation hhI this country so long as it When England gets it it is gone fronI IS and our heirs forever W L Douglas the shoe man wa lected Governor of Mrssachusetl1 on the Democratic ticket His chic irgiuncnt wits that If the tariff i taken off of hides Ican sell my i shoes for 2 per pair The tarif was taken Off by a Republican Con ress under the Payne tariff law Hides are cheaper but Douglas stil gets 3 for his shoes Langley vote for free hides because every person ir this District wore shoes Still bhv Democratic claims of Free Hides Cheap Shoes didnt work- AUDITORIUM Seldom has feere appeared twr acts on the same bill with as much merit as the two booked for Mondaj raid Tuesday nights at the Auditori iml The Sloane Duo who has beet playing one of the largest houscs the past week in Cincinnnti is on the bitIpresenting a refined singing and edy talking act also Chas W Leonard assisted by Miss Ethel Drake ir an oddity in mimicry and cometl act This splendid act has been furnishing tho comedy on thO bill at thr Hipp in Lexington the past week Tho picture that has been selectee for Monday night is extra good Thi is the strongest bill that has beer offered by the Auditorium manage meat for some time and they certainly deserve a crowded house for Monday and Tuesday CLOSEDSCHOOL The Hickmaiv street school was dismissed Monday on account of the workof installing tho new heating plant not being finishe The plant will be finished by Tuesday nail school will be opened again Wednes day morning ff N w- 5bT1z5S 1L Born Saturdsmgt to IJ ind OHio Young a ion 1 4 t REPORTS SEEM- ENCOURAGING For Democrats in Ninth District Ac Cordinqto Reports Sent Out From Carlisle t CARLISLE Ky Nov 7 Reports received here from all parts of the Ninth District are encouraging to the Democrats The chances for Wil liam J Fields Democratic nominee dnilyindicates that Congressman J B Ben nett three times elected will meet hi Waterloo nextTucsday Democrats arc greatly encouraged strengthbeingtain Section of the district where great Democratic gains are indicated while the Democratic end of the his trict will probably increase the big majorities of twp years ago Demo crats are elated over the district and are working hard Democrats of Nicholas county whooped things up Saturday Cam paign Chairman James Mitchell Colonel T D Slatlery of Maysville G ru Keller and William Conley return ed here Saturday after a tour of all of the precincts of the northern and eastern parts of the county lithI brass band They report that all along the route Saturday Democrats turned out cnmasse and the meetings were the most enthusiastic held in many years That the Democrats of the country arc aroused is evident from the in forest manifest and it is now freely predicted that the Democratic majority will exceed ami some are Placing it as high as 700 The whirl wind campaign was in progress SatI ar ayISfN BRADLEY IS STRICKEN Is Suddenly Attacked By Acute In dfgestioh and His Condition is Considered Critical BOWLING GREEN Ky Nov 7 United States Senator William 0 Bradley was stricken with acute digestion on a boat while enrouU from Morg ntovn to this city neaj midnight Saturday Upon the arrival of the boat at this place he was rushed to St Josephs Hospital Dr Cartwright the attending physician oronounced his condition critical hi age reducing his chances of recovery to the minimum Senator Bradleys explanations ol the attack is that he ate too hcartil f hot biscuit and sorghum at a din ner tendered him at Morgantown after he had delivered a speech there earlier in the eveni- ngMEETING AT MOORSVILH Teachers of Fourth District of Clark County Will Hold Annual Session on Friday The rnnual meeting of the teachers if the Pourth District of Clark coun ty will be beld at the Mooresvillc schoolliopse Friday November llth at 9 oclock a m The following subjects will bo discussed Primary language work Mrs Re becca Henry The Art of Securing At tor lion L W ReevesSPerfect Lessons Frankie Brook shire Method of Teaching Physiology Hattie Christopher Cleanliness in the Schoolroom Matta Waller Why So Many Pupils Fail to Ac complisk Anything at School Lulu Woosley Teaching Penmanship Mae Shear dlSAgriculture in Public Softools John L Bosley Experiences of the1First Term Nannie L6u pVenV The Educational Value of the Jt ichcr h rli Gl dJA Viu tr t5L J WEATHER Fair Tonight and Tuesday Slightly Warmer in East Portion TonIght The Ideal School Rporn Mrs Lem on Burton The Responsibility of Teacher Bessie LanterTr How Can the PC1ItS Assist the Teachers Mrs W T St vengM IIW REEVES Vi e Pres NANNIE L OWEN Sc WESLEYANfVENS LLPMATTERS Georgetown is Easy Victim For Local Team and Score Results in 2ii6o ISaturday- Wesleyan had the plcasiSoi fling up matters with town Saturday for the defcafinffooir 1l last year and also to make th c third place safe in the list Georgetown was aireasy victim for the local team and the score resulted Wesleyan 22 Georgetown 0 Hardly three minutes niCer tho referees whistle had becasounded had passed before Wesleyan had ra lead of six points The forward paisa wAs first tried and Eagle got the huh for a good gain Eagle watf called upon again and made a good giiiil around Georgetowns right endiwhiefi brought time ball within a fewfeetcif Georgetowns goal Hunt was called upon next and went between tight end and right half for the fij touch down Georgetown waft kndwhen they recovered ti bqll Vvcfra held for downs Hoevef they made one or two good spurts and Vert successful in getting a touOkakSThe ball was never out of their terri tory during the first quartcr JJTHcir score was made iu the second quarter on the forward pass To thijftators it did riot sqen th t they V tentitled to this but the rjoTercoXcAjJcd and no objection Wis rni4Th pttqeDay for Wesleyajv Wlg niil the referee said he touched iti blirfdi not appear so This wufi JhcWly time they were able to get 1 five yards of the gojil TImeimelttduch- wnd for Wesleyan was made intha third quarter The fonvijiidpaffSw h used AVcsleyan then claimed time ball had been touched rtncl vweriq en titled to score as the refereocareVl5t but Georgitovn protested and with drew from toe field After someUwa they were persuaded to finish tjp game and when they did rejtnrii Wes leyan showed them wensy it TUH to go through their line Two touchdowns were made in less than ten milt mites The playing of Cockrell Hurij Henry and Eagle lot Wesleyan anti Rhoton for Georgetown were the feat ares Following were the lihcups Eagle YGliiss Loft End Armstrong J BarKcll Left Tackle Coffman E Jobispu Left Guardi Spoonnonorc i1 Ro Center r Clark q EainRnH Right Chiard IY Cockrell t CftsiVcll jDayl1ey f ItightEild vt Henry YV B atty Left Haif tit Hunt V Parks Full Back vR Crockett 1A 1t1it0l1SQuarter Baekifv Hondricks fC6 BaiTiTtt Right Hrtlf 7Y J J It Is So Easy t A good many peo ijjnol overdo it In giving tho devil hlt Iut j TOO until CLASSIfY FOUND Pocketbook coritainini change and stamps oil Maiii btrtt Call News office ll73t LOST Large black pghI qldtii jtJt gold point Rewriid hfo returin Clark Tannclff News office o 1f73t FOR RENTA 6r6om cptlUtge ofj Buckner slrechwltjl Iterhimdts- T J Wills firuST- RAYEDPaid red cow with horns Strap around neck 1V lLeman phone 712 ll73 STRAYEDTo my lacepnBelhk t street a red sow rdWner cahMve same by TayInfoi 1hsad arid cost ork lD T MilUcfcvr ll 7 y I 4 I r v Pagew A J THE WfkCHESTER NEWS iHmLHtAll t fiPvWtI ITMwNcwscIndorporat d 4 1III 209111 South Hafo 1Wt WlHchesigr Kcntiicky DiJIyj Except Sunisiy n4ecoaaeijniterovcm E2 4P08 at tho postoffice in WiRefcestef Kentuckyunder the Act prjucb 3 187- 9eithpiicmItKe It SUBSCRIPTION HATES By Mail Daily one year 330 SIX Mnil Vv 150 Ote Month PkCjiuadvano tr AftyEfrrisiftG RAtES flisp1ayPer Inch OnE titc Y dtionw 25 Three times within x he week 50 One wGk qdntinuonsly LOU One calendar mo ftontinnously 300 Ponr weeks 4 tunes a xveec 210 JFoqr week Jhree time sa week 180 Fur weeks two times a week 120 Pour i onetimatweet7 rrir Reading Per lm Business 011665 body type 72e Pure reading npvsy heading lor Three continuous insertions of saint item at double Jme qrietime rats- CIassiflcdP One insertion any edition 1 Three 1 tjonol1t tjousIy 2 Bach fhre insertions1 One calendat nao cphtinuonsly 10 Nothing counted less than 15 Words No ilJU dinrge on books fo leas Jhan 25 cents THIS PAlPEfc REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERALOFFiCES MkWybRK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES I MONDAY NOVEMBER 7J I9KK THE DAY BEFORE In political campaigns there i much of misrepresentation The one just closing is no exception The tariff and the cost of living have been fruitful subjects the present tariff lats is hot satisfactory but it is not responsible for maify of the thing that have hen charged against it It is responsible only to a limited extent for thiiji cost of living There isyn disposition to hold the paity iii powerito account lor every thing that is oKieciibnable iwul in this matter the Republican party must bear the brunt While in fact the tariff bill coudnqt have passed Intt for the votes of Democratic Rep resdlitativos Discontent is mort prevalent Waii fbV inaiiy ytfars and it will brimanifested at the polls tomorrow and the Republican party exceptiti the State of Tennessee will meet withlosses We will not be sur prised fo see thiet following States g moer ticm1J York New Jersey Delaware Connecticut Indiana Ohio and Mjfssacliusetts The Middle s3st fDa Pacific Slope Stilteshrc SnoWlikely to return Re public Congressmen though inmost cases tfiey will be insurgents In KeiitUckythore is one district that will beyond doxibl eject a Republican to Conkresstht is tire Eleventh We re ird the Nijitti District a doubtful rithrhadvantage in favor f ho j Democratic nominee Tihc Tenth ik doubtful but we tlimk the- ChZtflCeIridIIfavOr of Mi Laiigley the Rep Mcan mjminee We think the Deinocral irIhfiotrer district ivUl he 1trM The iiHieliJiorvare that the nct Lower ilouse of Congress will be Democnfl5r Vchane Qf twenty two wili fj akcs it so iThe Seniie wll feniain Republican The writer ftjl t biased m his opinioTis 6jvmrtlsanship The opinion here Jjiveh iare arrived at after a uIveyif t io vpplHi4al Held ti dn kiioivledcft of Atcbnditioifs siicb lift- 1ttsvevhnv at present liave prbduted irCfoiTIitr ye3r QCI 1 W i3 nnythc eiii tar Ibis pci i lIra I exinfon i11tIIetid Ciiifc Jta4ume all respdnsibiiiW WINCHEst LUMBER N F cfOR U4CORPORATEb r what appears in the editorial o1uml1s r i r P hititrot ortty mikes strange acdfelfotvs it reverses cftnflitions Wire would have tiirftight ihnt inNew torlc the ptote6tea and ff68jfNfl tet sts vmild hfe stiiVi6vtJn rtn1eDem oCr 1ii The takeoit oil the Dombertftic parly byMi Dobfeyiri SuiiithyS papers was the host thing we ltv road in a 1ClJftWri A i Irisurgtjncy is iiievoiec of WejVco ple We cMrftbt it Portugal Will life hUle to nit ilt iti V Repiibliean fonri of govenniKMit The masses are not sufr- ficieritly eflucated One fool fri id can tba eah liufile More harm jihan t d ien eneiiues What lid the old bi IIClorlt ni vfieii in sending a weddfngpreseni he vrote It is better t 6 give than to receive Manufacturing lies is a lifsihc k lint sliould not bepotecftli If the Denial Bob Taylor shouhTwih lie race for Governor of T hli Hsee ac would be loser He is now a Sen ttor THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE f INC MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS November 7 ard S THE SLOANE DUO Presenting a refined singing ard talking act An act of merit and refinement l CHAS W LEONARD ASSISTED BY MISS ETHEL DRAKE- An Oddity in IVtimicry and Gbmedy OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS Tuesday Night Nov 8th 2000 feet AUDISGOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated Mali Saturday Afternoon 2 3cl othouseNoBLOOMFIELD STRATllFF PROPRIETORS i SHALL WOMEN VOTE If thy did niillions woiilcl vote Dr uug New Life Pills the true rem Kly fn women For bamshinjr dull fagged feelings lmckacue or head iche constipation dispelling colds imparting appetite and toning up tile theyre unequaled Emi safe sure 2oc at the Winchester Drug store OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS ii the Ahditoiiuin teatre Pufeday night November 8 ll3of NO MORE DISTRESS fROM TOE STOMACH Dyspepsia Gas liitfigestion zlhfl Heartburn Vanish and You F6el i1 ein Five Win utel EycJcyfaTnilys r jcqiight to keep some IJiapepsin in the house as any one lvoud- igestion toay have aiv attack tof In or Stomach trouble at any timelayoihigth fTIdishe5sedfohlofJordcrltoma lidhc afterwards 4 lJ i ONCE YOU BECOME ACQUAINTED r Wi + with ou lumber Qujlll cv rbe 1 satisfieswitjiaay 1ti lower grade or standard For not alone will you find diirs worTcaTpbelter and ciuickei but ybvi will alstf enjoS a freedom from future repair bills hat will amaze and deliguT you Conic in and be introduced to it M NG titket comedy system minutes 1Ir i or lays like a lump of lea1in your stomhCh or if you have hart IiIa little jiist as soon as you can iJl1c nosourriaings no IJCiching of undigested fOOl niTxed with acid no tomuch gas or jieartburn fullness or Jfeavy feeling in jhe stomach Nan son Debilitating Headaches Diixi nesT or intestinal giiping This wit tll go and besides there will be no l soui Enl left over in the stomach j naU5COilStdrl hOh11Qfs therciJleiivaitirigffor Y ouIThese large oOcent crises coiiUtislf more than sufficient to euro almost niy chronic tile of Dyspepsia tJIndi j iiestibnor any other Stomach trouble NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER fl my friends hadut blundQrfid hi thinking In5a loomed victim of consumption I might not be alivc now writes D T Sanders of ITar odsburg Ky lint f6r years they aw ovpry attcfiiitto e1nre a liihgrack rig cougii i liJJ1 lasi I tried PIIiugs Xov Discovery The vas vnirdevful It swon Coppfd tin- ough riuVT rmnow in brtct liraltli jjii 1 have had for ythv Plus won IClfnllifl savt i Js nfj uiViivjrfiHl femV ly for cnigh eohls Ihgrippp asth na tMcup tiomorfhgcs wljoopinj ough w wenk hn J1 iSOcv 100 l mJ lljittlCjtJuSi 1 Gjiaraut tl li the WnichcsU r toI MS1sA NIBLACK ROES TO hR REWARD Dies of Palaiysis at Age of 40 nO is Laid to Rtih tfbrorne Burning Ground j The funeral services of Mrs Si ki iblack were conducted at tie grave lu the Osborne b l ground near Pilot View Sunday atc1110011bv El der M P Lowry jIrs Xiblcck died Saturday morn pjralysis She was 40 years ofage Before her marriage she was t iliKs Crow and besides her husband is survived by four children TO CONDUCT UNION TliANKSii SERVICE j Sermon Will Be Deiivered at Fjrjstj Presbyterian Church By Rev J Si- Banks of the Episcopal Churelr In the pastors meeting Monday November 7tli lievl J So Banks of the Episcopal church witselected deliver die s rinoll at the U tot Thanksgiving sexvice to be held at the Fiist Presbyterian church No vember 24fh BYD IS CONFIDENT OF HIS fLECTIONI Spends Lat at Canipfoh His dldHoHie With Fnfentis and juaintartces ACt H011t Fi Pyrcl left Jfonday morji ing for Crjuptpn to spend ins last day lJefOre election Mr Byrd When seen stated that he was not going foi tlit purpose of inaking a speech but would probably 10I so He said iliat it was his old 4iomcan das it was oiut day tliiaie he would be able to see Ins old frieVdsanHcquaint ances1 lie seeinefd to be very much encouraged 6vrhe developments of flue last feu weefe and felt sure he would win 1 Easy Sp tthe Devil 1 Koman means evht but t1e devil 4esh i1k o hthtblils loms Shakespeare r ttI fH f fJ WQitAN WAY Stu4es tan t Mo5t1ppcrtat Hour jV day With yjtf KMP i g4a An exmnr1eiucel dbsrv nt Oii an dejlare that thernot Important II of the day toa mans paaco of inlnd5l the ten minutes that fol low his i4turui from rJr ot Me difhave frequently ifotjfeht him ton cbange Jils whole atatetor feeling He conies hojne usually tired Work or the vexations of business during the day bay frequentuy broUglit him toa a5hlchwhat his nroorfwlll be for the rest of the evening Ot course the particular dl pos1tl nor every irian is going to tell here just as it does everywhere else Efuttho rule will bold good for the av ra jnan The most important thfljgfor the t4 cjful woman to dols to imtli seesmo signs of his temper before she jnakes any de cided move Dont above all things tell him that the plumber has justsent a terrible bill merely for making In little alteration Dont taUt too much in the begihnihf on any subject Conversation taken torrehlially attbo- ottt1 is likely to upset anybcdywh- oIa little tired gutter a days work anti who wants the quiet enjoyment of the homo Tiquynman who follojifs this adicc will fin tier evenings pleasahter han if she jumped at the beginnfnirifltot- h11 heart of things especially dlsa greeaLle thjtgsWjjjuisLIfe DEVELOPING LOVE OF ART Have Children DU TJieir School daj6 AcquiretheQaSit olVisk ing Picture calleries A small lassie was conducted by her Bother on a tourof thb tlayton gallery and the oBtablishcd etiquette tar art galleries in giln1rIIt being Included as a part of her instruction for tho day Standing before a jiaTrtlcularly prosalcjookiifg canvas she found convenient to divert her mind by utilizing tho brass Vhifing tsn trap eie thereby deyelbping the muscles of licE track anfl ciins What ure you doing the fond mother Do you think this is ngymnnSiUm xou dont cO- azLigleiy to trwing on a railirigi Vbu cblne to look at tho pictures Stand tip thor if you want to come a aln Tirnnliet threat as a tinaifty was crecrivo s6 far that tlicre was no qfiestion in theonlookcrs mind as to the treat the littlp Indevident- Ii regarded a visit to ihe allery itiatl- ut the great pointto have children during their schooldays acquire the habIt Of visiting tctclure galejies UfoCorappreciation That m rent ffectida for the truly beauUfi will follow Ids Jeally yo 1 r HoteIRocmCarC Ring Ten cents to tile belli lOne rwo Rln gFiftecents to the chambermaid y There flings A quarter to the porter l PlAWSFOR f N WH- POWER PLAN 1 Are Being1 Cohttbret1y tlie1 JTexShgr ton and Interurban Railways born I iJaiiy Acccrding to Announcement t IttXI Ky Nxiv Plait 300000 poueiiqi to ho- or peal t Iii si te of 9id piesj Int pcCTcr house On Loudoii avenue being olisiiieVed iy thv LtxiHg ton ml Ihierurljah Kail ways toni pany according to an announce merit by an official IVeJleiick Sargent of the en gindcnng firm of Sargent anfIi6fitibn of Ohicago and one of iJift fofemostj engiie6rkof iAc ffinten ttvfriin lJcxingtoii rccclitly fnoklnS ovcrl tile ground anileonf6rnri with liiill officers of tie eompVuiy in rogrd to tlif proposed plant ISurvciys aivd plafe pr thIth0ii are noXV heiilg iiiade by ouginoerfti employed Uy the company and us soon us these are completed thfry iHU be forwarded to iugcht oi L6n ion and they will then submit nfIC t1 liOnS mid estinifites thbe MihsiderciV1 by ttte oiilccrs of tneCopiiy AVhiie it is not tkithn Sliat the exact ihiiount tliAl Hn bo s 6lfi in bliildiiiir the ovcr house it it was stated Fid that the new plant vMiId cost approximately t Iwo AflTOMODftE OCCURIOne Wctini Suirokii Arm ahd LOseS Valuable Diamond But No Iohcis Siou1yurt LplvOTONN Ko 7 Two nnt IeCil u1se + l111loit the Paris pilcc faturdiLV night ncrr tliC leltvictims The rondos wcro c 5bitioiihlly slip notAbeing equipped with oluiins on tho tires it skidded considerably on the tetibadly tbwTO the feuld ililhe Miyf ti rlIDe i 1i1 WwfR Int tel nItI trt i4oinnIrt ibis shl err up but On101h da triM t t i1eur h lone The froivt a de of i1iturndn bki 1rtfi he flmWI s iH JiMtf1I Afv andiotoacomphiiicn by Mr uii ny FilajrVirieic fras ijslhjhg to r i tiilrro111PitH ii isi hltiic vliivU J n hii i I1Jfduuul otuiI 3 w1 ei1 rns LtaTflN DRY ooons STOUE 4d3 TQWEL WEEK All ibis week o fJ large well selectedM1 stock of Damask Ruck Turkish ToweIs- specially t pftds 5f i JEyERYBODt NEEDS TOWELS YOU SHOULD ffiflfVj 25c T8Ms 2ic eli 4t 20c Towels lZc each 15crowels12 ce ch hlQc ToWIs t7Kc each L i ProporUonafe reductiUon40c 60c ZObt t and 1OY QUALITY The CuuyDry GlothCO t WISCHTiSTER K ISU tl ni Ani sTISFLED WI1II SMALL PlOlJlS I ViUstnipedSS1 i broken inn antis loM a valuable dianioftd setting to IriVving lie wis taken t9 St Josephs llos piinl where his injuries were dress Jed and wa rc tivr coiufoitrbly at an early hour Hurrday nieiuuig Ho is not soiiousiv i1tIuIIJ IlUzpn trick was not injured W MMt fGlN BUYINGP- ric Are Considered Good and j bultrymen Will Probably Start Killing Abut Wednesday Turkey buyers for the two prtultry houses in this city starrcd out through the coiint londay bhying mal getting ilotks of turkeys to bring to the city The pmesijewj JU1l1oi them this year is gdotircoiT si that there rre 01iDII t as ma 151111lcountry Both Tooliey lirosl anti R6naker witlstart lulling aboiit Wed uosday Mr Hifliaid Toohcy Jetl for Dftnville Ifst week whore lie wilt ha IMSujd Mr Mike Toohpy wil leav Lr- UiuotLburrc tills l ktPREACHING AT COLORED METHODIST CHURCH sIW M McKlroy will preach af Alhins Chrpo Tfe uesday night in interest of his church whigH was Ithe by file in M5llt r bmg lri t Dont Vcrr Wliats gone auutj wiuta past help should be tfast jjref Slidkesyearb TbCut tithe trgo II H UN IIN G Ijand its time for ythi to f buy a new t J SuiJorOveNoa i f t f t W vetheb1Yeti f I w it andwant Tk3ii t i see it tlien ifyudot l ike the price artdqna1 ity ctiftb J ht1Lsee tfit t SI We i cthty a full1ine frbF v t ig44ifMiS andi ti fL 1Q11S AND OVERGOATS 1010 TO 3O- OOVICELOOMEIEED 1 tr r O oli v 4tbj s sij1 t v f tf 1rRi tJThe Stofe Fh WlilJSa e YotiMoney i tt r r- i 1fI r 1 in 55frrLct f1 n p yssr r 4fI t L 1 t ft J i- 4 ii irft h J ell r ri Ta SM3N R3aS3NJNM afl La V PageThrety Mllett e sfetRaioEY the w nyerjml im- lieftYofp- Blade the Gillette t aiid Guard clamped surely tothe JIhandle by a simple screw I goodserviceYou J1want to see the- GiltettcNew Pocket Edison the Gillette Shaving Brush and Gillette Shaving Sticknew revelations in shaving luxury socinv 3r Pomp Ilafcoivavlio is fine of thoiprison guards rt Frankfort came UTV Saturday to visit rciativesaud incidentally to cat 1iisVote- Kalil nml ihs RhnollStullofthii county Vii Granel i 11educsiSterling GehteV Fielder Ieidof tilt Hus tlers came from Jiarrodsburg to spend Sunday here t fronSuntif thVarnval bT Mr A Mosey I MvjgrJjhik Howard LtFqrl spenijj lro g4tqfrJelsin Ga ilr be ilesis for a din Tnllbpenlt c J H Picrsall at PiI6C View cKsonisjHieW FJeonor lGsall Ho Thompson ami Jrimi Mrs John Thompson of Pilot i attended the funeral of Mr R M I Ring Miss Newell Trimble of Georgia street si ill Miss Lillian Jones is visited in Lexington Friday lr jiicjiard Allfcii and family tji JRuckerville have moved to Jackson FlFsillr and Mrs W P Ilackett Mi fry Hackell and Mr Jolts Ilacketl elc in Paris Sunday Mrs Hackctt remained for seyeraldayvisit Messrs plem aria Frank Venn of Grassy Lichaticitdeil the mieial of 3Jrrif King n MkAV C Tpddan d on Vernon attended court in Riclnnomi Monday Mrs Presfccyton of Platt City flit Aisited her aunl MH fl Mann recently Mrs Will Florence otiipar ty l sx t iliirh o7Jnear PI nl is isite tMr tTMiintof Tuesday + i tN31LtNtCleveland Ot on jifisiiiess Mr Tom Hollodgy ii yisitlnir his mother Jib i Lexington MrCVE Crrtfton trill piitcrtaiii wifli an apron socialSafinrday riis it ekrto join her luisbajul in Oatcley wluMetliey Svill make their lioihe 3trsL 1J Bnrkof uCllmoUUWli begin a hecksmeting I onnexffMoridaSlii1il Mrs M S F1 11crs Mater oe I ifw it and firs ilB Simi r Irt returned to their home in Tampa Pliafter an e feMen i lttoRiph1 nioiid aril Wlnchester liss Kcldle Osborne will leave Monday to attend Eastern Ivehtuckyj formal school at m JinlOl1d vIr rnd 1frsPMrt5ebber anti qaugier Mis 5uTaderotnhied last seek from ColorjjttpvWlijcr Hhey had been in the hope n 9ilQfillJ1r Miss I Wcbbcis lfealtli t Mrs w nam 1cilifor 3Iis oiri Saturday after n months visit her mother Mrs IJcasley of Glin tonville and J1r CV r Lirni1 of firs lvretty KimV Nelson Bash and soil f Cpl ortllo have retmTieTl to 1liueliesler trcrf o Mrs Tom Goodwin and two sons if Ml Sterlinpr spent Sunday with frs Stoner Ogden They were on heir way toBiisto to make tlieir homcV JjUs vGbodAviiil be1 iVr mal i4ae wad GssltiylenillS hcI tins cjty r WViB Ji7lr jilamn Eaplo is visiting in Se5t Vifginiaf Mr Jimmie Cannon is in Nicholas county to cast his Jot Mrs Stoner Otjtlen aild 3lrsCoitd- on SteveiiiiiJh swillo to Cinciimaii- on a shopping trip Tuesday M r Q Mann y isited 4u CUnV onville from Tuesdav until Wedhcs to last vvee1L Mrs J6c 1haiicof Pins visited n this county la4t week4ahb vfasHc oiupaiiietl1ttne by Miss Rose Jfann for m7niiirs visit REAT INTEREST r IM CdMING OPERA ri- o creirtof tig tp piifros aii as much interest in theatiioal chlc1 here as tlto coming ftthc Shcchaii injlT4TiUraiitV Opcrt tToinpany for ocVf6rniaiile of Ycta islt Trovaforc 4tiitli tc tI Izrjtetfall1 ti eact lc llic Tiii hcteir oiir hotiso Titus Iiiy e lngL Xoyembfir 1011oto- tih here but from the snrroujiding citiesas rich riiail 6rdeisiaiit in onir lic ire p6ufiug in ari never before i lids as nurcli intefefit been slioun ii a perfoiTOahce ihlhiscitj This isjiQ doiibt tine to the fact that perliaps never before iu America lias th si1pulai opera been given il iingiisli ritu its niahy celebrated pr tills as coniimsb fe all star east a yre ShcehitnLuglls hOperh Comprln Anotiier thing is the great popu oiIVaftcitiori b the people the grea f vfcr scene the ritfigfiificcnt Amli Chorus pith its ictttt espud ym tffi hilil beauti lfl eJecral t fecis the Mebiia jcd Prison Scene ti ether Wii11 its tuneful melodic liavcplaces vlt TfoaloYeiiia clas by itseir Tire engagement ii Iffefo for one night drily Thursday tfovembet 10th quid popular prices will prevail in Or dor to give lan oppothinity fb hens L1o i i ji f j Watch- This Spt 1OMdrrowa t i t fi 8 VII e f r t r1tS li Idr ri1 Itie triM oN iU Weather3 j4MzBoh Ihs IU ir J 4 J 1 + io f t4 f Ei T rj v flildnt BaR 08nti 1ol tir AjJtfi t r I4bONTREAbTHIS AOf n f 1 J If ydli are a peaT saa customer o olTtSi Our purpose in ad ve tismkmstiOceacHJiljQse JjV 1te eread t wIthmfattfn eP nrN7a usV There is f1 v i W t t a IS1iINO NEED TOADVrnTYS4 fv t tVd iv i i our mersbandisetotne peopie wno hacre ii fiaf givei us atriak They knowti tF i M True Qn lityor tt f when they see anU thealwste riire t t ii iii Ta11 orrid Jy e dUlls IiIS tm v t f t styies tt many ofna style That is the rule here The very feature oreadytoWear gamienis tat made them possible and popitlar is the featttre that in care less hands can injure that popularity Large production gives IQW prices But it also11eadJp tthe ddiiger t0f aiiiet aegis = ci danger that we avoid Even the plainest tailor made suit here hasa certain individuality of its o cnL 1 ONfCE A CUSTOMER ALS A t USTOIYERk hr ilc T7Y 1 J11 00 BRoss4 t l dm t t k t jWill wiliout a doubt be thlste fI attraction of the season DEATH of ir i B r H r C8YIE gather of Bliss Grape Goyle Sten ographer For ribii JW Stevenson It Passes Away 5T STERLIM3 Ky Nov 1Mr1- 31I Coyle Widely known furniture dealer and5ci jcrt oiJriier died Sat ut lay afternoon lie was i55 years HulltJll hIlrid gradually ryre11 worse It is Claimed his death was caused by the injuries received in the wreck and feQrae months since he lnH suit jgainsfc the railroad for 55Q6damj tQnatalhis adniinistrMor Coyle was tiken toinjrfrii liosplfal for tiVaiiireiiij jiiit his condition did not afnlnov- efir poylewap thee fatliQi of Miss Grace Coyle stenographer for IrOll J M Stevenson of this city i MUCH IMPROVED The q idjfJlt Wjll Jlendersqn idi1oWas and seriously wounded iy JamoH ToVnscnd itcttieekway so l1lu improved Saturdro that he able to be moved from the hospital Loganilmqoq I J Seasonable I Gold For Jewe Men ThY DEPARTMENT III BAtlEBIICf To SBuJFirstCallNot Seriousj1 ISundny was a busy dayat the five About hhaiili hurria bVjlhvheiifouncttheie vas nb fires Jn tile aficiiiooiia deteCtii a 1tii- flic residence ofJeiehIuhiii iPbyntersvilic causejl another quick ran The Tire at this 1bns wmf soon aboutdlNotiCE TO THE 1 COLORED LABORERS CLUB l iiAll the members ptievColorfid Laborers Club are hereby urged to meet at their club rooms at II J iIJrents tonight on busincs of im liprtance LEWIS TAYtOti ires II J BRENT Secy FiRST BAPTIST CHURCH Exceyfeiit services were held at the FlSt Iiajtist church Sunday morning After the series tL collection wasvtakeu al11oUlitillfoJ3 tl be applied to tlie espevse of putting in tile ricw furnace Rci J W Porter ot Lexington will arrive in time to preach Fondry night at 7 oclock- SJiSsCRmE FOR tHE MEWS f 1 u J IiNewr fold Cttl Iyinls Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains- Key RitIfts ttaiaChaui IQrgttctteandrPan Chains Gold robs itch Bracelets Vatrity Cases Also iBtjdge = ago Sets r H wlb ti rr 7jfgn W9 1 swyJS r r R VIVALKSEIV1CES 4 4 i Hevival services began JSiinday night at the 7lt Aljbotl M K church South stud will continue for itclay or two iveeks Tire services libccanductcil byi Eyangelist J II N iberrr who lists hall great siiccessasaii evangcli t j Come rind l Hng slnneorie with ydrt Service4 evcr evening at 7 oSlot 1t Nl ahd Ifii tct ryjAll lie hopee sail ilreains almost the life Itself of the masses In Naples center in 1jft Tnvtioiral Idttery1 system with its vc6kly drawing of prizes1 In Nnple4JevtyoNe plsiytj Urn lotto acid each wet 1iees the iipbuHfling vf the hopR and dreams of thctjsajid tmty to cnlminatc at the Saturday drawing in a vat iv iespread ftint witli the rfeturii or Monday the Neapolitan has taken Heart itgath Vis visions of fortune again take form to I be reuliaed suretY this tlnieat the next Saturday draWln KarpePs WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Vomeir desinjig heath get won derful help from Arniejf Salve It banishes pimples skin uptions sores and boils It makes the slap soft sand velvety It glorifies the face Cures Soie eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns feeitlds fever sores cifs bruises and pilesh5c fit the Atin ehesfer raip Colnuv DRINK ekISAVES AN iOWA MAHS LIFE tTli4 vc iC seemed toy fore JRobcrt 3ladsne of West BnrI lington Iowa Whet after seceil weeks in the hospital ifoju1 oi best physicians pave him up TliQn Was shown the marvelous curative power bt ElC tife Bitters For hff tel eightinoiitlis of rightflil sutTer ing froiii Hvfer trpjjble anal yeIbw jauhdice gettifiino help floiiv other c remedies or c oct9 S lice bpftlcs nf this ma tchless medicine completely f cured him Its positively j uamnte d IIc co 11 1h Man Who 16Ii st1t bs Pri is for Y11 G5 lt of large wild geese prob from 7 to 10 in passed birds were going directly southward at your treatment IS is your Is here rt- Vc da special ftgul OJ O r f 4 t 425 buys tllc o50 and 600 oracles x rm r These are samples clis alV continued lifies and f f ii6broken sizes t i l Mdde by SlitIf Co trI Dont neglect the MONEY SAVING sAl We may fiFyoil Call our size v ik t The Shoe JVlan tA Hock number lldariiI disease 39- 5ronall Shoesi Nettftfton IcMonieeandJEFrinW MASSIE aiul veit fyihf VClyt Vf t French Proverb object of scorn alrlr at ami that of envy fallen inti contempt t iv1 7 = h 1 jCiftJiu1 rr is alone good enough fortonf customers We have beens this business Winchester for many yearsftayeilearned by experience man tipoints in the coal trade wlilcli make possible for lisT tS n serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory tfiaii J anybody else i 1 R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY emL4 FREE TOJL ALL SICK PEOPLH4 SAMPLE OF WONDERFUL NEW MEDICAL DISCOS ISRY SENT SEE TO ALL SICK OR fa AFFLICTED PEOPLE 1 I will mail free of charge a complete home treatment of my won3p derfalnew discovery to all sufferers out tlC coupon lieloxv an a send it to me today I want to send you this free proof treatment ffyV show you the wonderful curative powers it has Do not send money1 riot one cent do I ask for this wonderful lnets treatment just write meifoi1i trentmel1tJtltt oftIcoupon VALSH t r r fftiCouponAixi 1 DU 0 Dr D5J1 TALSIa BoJt 2094 BOS1ONM1Si Send me once all charges pall free m booknllentirelyfree P MNAME r MY ADDRESS 1gcHosy long afjlicted If not list opposite write the name t iY have pa 0 l z Oft has the i honor r in it WHO fill My Principal Trouble Has Been ittouble If thconbfront which you sufferfittisb t uneumansm Ltimliago Diabetes Dropsy NetiralfeJa Diarrlfoen Constipation Indigestion Headache Dizziness y tiWork Wonders for Large Fignres The cdb greatly imrjrdves vell developed figures and gives support wHrfe most needed Reduso Gprsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by or attachments of any kind will reduce the Idpaand abdomen from OHto five JKies t Price 300 ajtobarektb 1000 y i xot3 atall Steiszx lEverywH r WnIIr1WSlOS M Srlier eMw swoT = T iJJ i lf t t I l ja3lnddorHeart Disease Impure Blood J Female Trouble 7 Torpid Live n Partial Paralysis tj t en mlles fMalaria Brighfs Disehpe is f v JJ f 7 4 4rA I t I 4r i r THE WINtflETER lNEWS ti TPane Five r ir i T r I FARMS FOR SALE PARM NO L51 acres 7Vj miles froin Winchcslcr two tory frame dwellings with 0 rooiii 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres rJflhac pfIce house and jl blheh on Ibyild ipgs JrgbJyoniigxonilardXJn full bc fllt 1tICI1O1 Ji ldCdntti four iQts ail tJ1ilei d U1in gnissexcept8 or 10 are Close to oodfecliool Price 6000 millifrQflVmchestel a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good cora toJUICCOcoal hoiiWiViieat iousi corn crib buildinjs1h1dqdjjit9 welKwirjejwllijaml every fence in first s lls large young orchard in fiTll bearing Close to gopd scjjiiol and churches and in les iHiCnTpaJti hadcl ofa mile from rail ihlstatioli mall raise good to bocco A bargain iit 8000 PARli NO300 acres milt from Winchester on good pike Uas iwostory frame dwelling of 7 looms 2pprches stoqk barn 5acre ftbaeen bacn good cellar and all out Vniidingsttll ut good condition di vided in 5 tract all wen watered and fenced About 20 acres in cul tiyatioh hali ice in grass Within onehalf rnJof good school church fitore and positoffice and blacksmith liop Pncc 0000 j FARM NO 4GO acres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame deHinj of rooms new stock barav incrc tobacco barn all ncees sar oyfbuildinggi WellWflLrei iv lh pom wells and creeks All out iaJencing good About 15 acres inv cultfvation balance in grass Price 0000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles from Winchester tovostoiy frame dwQJnngAviih 7 rooms Gacrc tobac baja All necessary outhouses tiaiiitenrJijt tVpusc Well fenced and VrateredrfricQ 75 per acre ylFATUTNpO 105 acres 5 miles goodpike Good dwelling o rior 8 rooms All nec eissjify outbuildings 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced ajifl watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 jTcr acre X FAlfil NO 7345 acres 3 miles f om Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn pl tobacco land Nearly all in it r gras Price 50 per acre FA Kit NO S2Uaercs 3 2 miles from Winchester on oo c lias new 6rnom and out buildings Price 3500 FAini O950 acres 7 miles from Winchester has twostory Era me dwelling with rooms tobac co barn holding fi acres all necessary outbuildings hood orchard well vat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 ores in lnl tivation halaucc in grass price 5 000 FARM 12 mil es from Winchester HiS twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms tenant house 8acrc tobacco barn largv stock burn and all nbccssaVy out bnilding Ondof the bust Watered Carms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in iriass price 12000 FARM NO i127acres 7V mil es from Winchester Frame dwcllin with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barr which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12i57 acres 1j miles front Winchester on good pike has twostory frameS dwelling of 8 rooms 7 acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO lit58 acres 7 mile 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 tobacco barn neverfailing water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NO 152 acres 7V2 miles from Winchester on good pike has- twostory frame dwelling with rooms good cellar and all ins good stock barn 10acretobac co barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Pii- eIli per ricre N9 1670 acrcs 3 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms All 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Piiee 3500 FARM NO 175S2 acres 5 miles from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO is10B acres near Chilesburg has 3rooin tenant bouses well fenced and watered All good land on good pike PrIce 105 per acre Tracy Stokely Office ill McEldowney BIdg Both Phones L It Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 1000001 Surplus 151000 WE YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Casuler TF Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier u Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have btiltiip a busl uessof which we are justly proud i We ore pleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future grovthw We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing nith our customers and friends And we rare glad that our customers are in all parts of the city arid coun ty and that we number our customers amorg the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing all uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier flil fc BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pres r Laundry Us and we will fix up like I Winchester Laundry Co NO403OUicres outbuild outbuildings SOLICIT Send Your thIS tlwelliuFhnrn jReadTheNes 7 THE GILA MONSTER By DAVID WALTER CHURCH by American Press ICoprlcht Association Little Inez Da juemcnto a Mexlcnn glrlIgftw while cn incerJnc In the sontliVcs wis a merry child tiC si lincl been bornJn the north he vovil have been a child tint being a Mexj cane she was a wpinati Slit uigU f have been anywhere from fourteen tQ sixteen She i11ayecl the guitar and san with RUffle biraUke voice jaiv alulIt her brows fluid shrink away as though- terr iLl And jjce tier confluence was lost IIyi bit of banter her goodwill confd iievcf be regained There ujura young epislneer engAgttl on the snine ork tI8 myelfout there at the that fresh froih one of the Teck sclijols of the iioMhern states lie was tvenry ypftrfr old handsome nS3 piccnro juid As liright as a upw brags buiftiii Wlint liiiist he do taut nuiko loveio ilh aH the reclilegsness elt youth ri ardless of the consa qupnceshotii to himself anti Her J who was tllderMtw his dae7tilwarned him 1 new what vas up for in the evening when tJie days oniheII lnezs guitar her little flute 4oieehr- merry laughter mingled withoupIis flotnIf6olI woi1Ia say to bliU 1You1ltUc that the girl Is a nfli and woiuan child Jp experience woman in dcvelopniertt then that she will fall in lovfe with you atJtl Ill break oumbE- the young felloYs1nnriQble reply The boy fully intended to keep his red olutlon when it was made but gave tip trying to do so when it got cold The next night 1 would heir the same pleasant sounds on the veranda ami kiiew that they were breeding the same storm v Tills wqut on tII1thiwlrkon fhat iriiClon WMrSjiahed and wc viqr about to inpyp EgglMtonia6suyediime ihere wo t ea1 girl was such1 acfjlld tliftt hSco lIut believe sfie tiadiCn nJtfctedi a bb as thc migljif have bceu if njorer jot a Ivonian Be wa golug a iytsimply bid hcrgoodbyas wpuld tiThotlierf girl of tnimShiff years wbos counpiion he had bii- tIy advice toyou I salk lsi to do ni siichthing Go without saying an thiug about your going te didnt tftketIIy advice Tb6 1tt before leaving he told her in a cafbv Icfes way that the engineering painty tb wlilcb he bqlonged was going to move itis lieadquhrters v And 1 will not see you again nUi the girl her smile vanishing Perhaps not replied Ben not IhinkV lug it wise to leave her to look tot ward to meeting him again Yonll grow up soon and get married Then you wont want any young menfrieiifls like me In order the better to kill in her all expectation oft getting any nearer fo him he told her he bad a girlJu the north That evening i met Inez carrying cudgel in one band and acafivas bnj in tile other She wore the same Inno cilt loOt she had alwajs worn hut 1 npticed it peculiar glitter in her eya Tlierc Avas something incongruous Jp a little girlscarrying a bludgeon anti naturally fearful toy Ben Tilggleston I could not help vaguely connecting the act with the jilting he i Ids giving tier She passed nie wfthout looking back Vud taking position behind ta tree watchecl her JISite veht alortgtopking Wut heron the ground ifsearcUlngfpr sonVer tbugSLiespent an hour riujbiii fpllowiugheh taking iRdew ftt sitioii 6v andinen fwBeXe I would not be ob Ied ill herv saw her lilt sot tGfttgvttUtteroop on Then site picked ifp what lobtHtV to me from a shorthIante iknbaby qlligator Sho held trjjytlie tnIL dropped it into the bug cJ the mouth and wei t away1 I didnt khioW hit tit airmeant but still tLIjQEolab9utBen tohdhtm lie bid better not wait for thempvingrot the party but get hut 4at once He laughed at jme and said tbere war nothing1 to fear anti if thore he wouldnt run from a little iMexicaiJ trl who had scarcely gin up lifr jtloll We engineers litIn a longtteiu porary building one story1 hightIj1t night IwastarIted by an unearthly yell Springing out of beth ran along to a room where Eggleston and a rod man slept The window viis jjpen ajjd jEggp toH had just strucka iiglit His rdoujroatc- wrfs holdlig one leg and writhing withiain Kill jtlj yt lpd Then I aw a little aih1gatoriOiig- tliIIt on the flo6r rv KIll it tithr Olln monster aqd hasJiit49nmp Im ont uJT Inezs actions WPPO l She had dropped tIt reptile inthrqujitj the nn she upTo5Cd tmt- r aOr WIMtOIflUi1lO For t xteip the poof de llhowli nn agony then iikr JI TTiit Iq F 14rsigo lteij lgJetm T b 1 1QnttCYWcIWU product YbllIJ1t Wp Uy Y ci 6i I TUNGStENLAMPS fpf i 1f The VihcWslfr Uailwuy Light JComiiy in Border to eIIeOUtItgC the uSO offeiVrrent arranged with nIi aiips co fjOI yttt m PlU 1 rOO1 tt Jjitlj 12- 060ttt lampr 90 40 wittlainii V 70 125 jvftTl v t i- Qtih Vft ia QnlertoTiritroducc u num hfiil electrical tPPIitIUC- Stir selling them lit the lowest ppsgl lilt nugit rorii few da- ywijfrKWamiG SUPPLY to tFARM WANTED fi75 toI0Ostolt improved and Ion good pike iiot more tlia or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY iSTOKELY nltf WaitnCOaIToday- la Erevj dayri coal lay From allover the cTtyswe receive orders for c illpcrbapthis is the day you lintcndcdvtd order VLqt us fill your jwajits for all ypur noah purposes Our teams go to every pOint inMhe city and suburbs Watch for o- urnii1Ii wagons Let itbea rcmihder that liprciis the best place to buy coal BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 v t it fW CATA- RRIiCKLYcURbByA n PLEAS v t v t f ANT t GERMKILLING ANTISEPTiClt t JiV little JiIw CCpioiumnc yj liigoifltaIuiti inado of had jnlpJ HjilOi tltis inhaler von pour si fei drops tifniagidllliQ1lEl t1115 is absorbed by the antiseptic ledYIfily begin its work of killing catarrh gfirnis 0MElftmade of Austral ian eucalypttts combined with other antiseptics andis very pleasant to breathe vs itis guaranteed to cure eatarrfo bronchitis sore th r J croup cough and colds qlraoncy hrikSit cleans f fltfiIfft1ijlicfld Pl womil1t s Sold by Phillips and druggists ev er 6lfljre iompletQ outfit including indestnietible pockqt inhaler and one bottle of IIYOMEI lfiO And re member if llcl lbfl at second bottle of jlYQtoUt mill cost only 50 ntsFic trill bottle ot ItYOMEI from IJ6oths 1Iyiei Co Bjiiffalo t t t 0 II CT RETYR4S- iltt1itoum11ientie llmdnJ night ISrovember 8 ll35t t oo1uE titT Scorn That ijaarvelbus story of the Brl tBh e ptedlVibn to Newt Guinea vrjy Ita diacovery Qfa new pygmy race r minds awrWr that In the pst atayatt borne people rhavesometlmes ierr d ln treating travelers tales with scorn There was for Instance the deacrlip tton by James l3nic in 1770 of the barbarous AbySSlnian custom of etIng raw neat cnf from the living ant everyhiodvetproved right WhenPi1ul Du ChalHu explored eqUSitorJaV Africa to 1861 and tt 8Cll b 1 t1erful gorillas and also the na UOi1it atr thcrehe was discredited 9e too politely y tilt societyIY sr z AWonderfuJ beg A government In Bararla connected wilJi tim forestry depart meat has a wonderful dog which is as- dprzic1iilSfng tree8as a cat If til- eaerfagt3pa ljandkerchJertip In the tree tops the animal will clamber lip after Ji in the nimblest wa and never falls toWrlit down lie was taufehf by hls t I who wasimU Agii trc cjiiiatfrf The cleyeranlnial has won scrbraf med b1i exira tlrdpary ttiid taRes pattlcuiar delIght jber blrchei- iflL the i1I e in the Twbrld to 1rHflk is partftfulafly S 4wIde Wtld hpr 1 i 4 MARKETS CINCINNATI 0 Nor 711 ceiptstndsJiipment oj jive JkMthe CittcJimati Union bioVlcynnls to day were fJIda 2311Oatnbutcjier steers extriIgood to choice to fair 360425 heifers extra 4350510 good to choice flOl 475 comn onto fair 2 m4iextra 450465 g odta c1itQJcpj 3S5S440 common to fair 225 375canners 2275 bulls easy at ycstcrddys decline hOho75440 j exftit 450465 far bulls 425n475 mUche4ws1eadvto strong j CaIvsQuiqt and 25e lowir extrh f925 fob to good 725liamthPii SIlIogorjcosiugste idQn heavy hogs aiul weak on rgra1 stiected hevshippers 840 good tochoicc pack ers and butchers 83q835 mixed packers 820 3J88Q strs fff757 common to choice heavy fat sows 752 7C5 extra 775 light shippersI 8825 pigs 130 Ibs t 58 iJ SheepQuiet extra f stfocl to choice 3340 35Oi1j fair 25285 stock ewes 425 r LambSIow and weak extra 46 SGIO good to choice 55059 common to fair f450Ii75 year li IngsCHICAGO1 Nor 5CattleRee- eipts estimated at 500 market stea dy bepvc450tt 7iS5 Texas steer 5575oesterII7 teel1 410j j85 stockoix arid feeders 410 OcOts ant heifers 225oG5ll calves 750 1025 Hogs Kedeiptfr estimated at 8000 market steady to 5c Kiglier light STO8f raixi cd 775855 he ivy 740840 rough 740765 good to choice leayy765S55 pigs 70M4Q- ReetptI2 qul o tt t 4O fl ttyt4 da 2t Q0iprkc1 y flh 43i wscrh- r2t 4Kh eiuhugs 405ri 1q la mbs itat4 41ilQtU tcnl 475c6ii d Capital 109 00f t I Undivided Profits I20PQO THE Win hester Bank- WINCHtSTZKKYII NH WlTHER o iV PresidentI Cashier SOLICITS YOUR I ACCOUNTS hI COUNTY COURt DAYS 1he1obtlistot IhVd ycpjant toiirts ate JieU each Ttionth incbun ties rtc ir Clark cduhly v Aader pn LaWrenepBmgiSrrl Mon daBith Ovvingsvifle 2nt iiotiday Bbu rbon Pails isf HoattayV Bpyle pAnyille MonThy rTlrpnthUT Inftksnh 4thMondftV Clart Winchistcf j 4tfr onday Estill Inine 3rd Jfoiiday Fayetig Le ifcrgton 2nd Monday ndIlY1FrnGarrard Laticasfer ith Monday Orarit WiHiamgtowii 2nd Honday Harrison Cyrithiana 4ltf3it6hdayi JJessamine Kicholasville 3rd Monday Lee Btlyihle 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mapon1 Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Steiling 3rd Mpn day Nicholas Carlisle 2rd Monday Owbrf Owcnton 4th Monday Pendteton Falmpulh Tht MondO v Powell Stahton 1st Monday Scott Gcprgetptvn3rd 5lb day Shelby Shebyilj6 2nd Afondty WodfordVsailts 4h Monday r s DsldhutQncs W1i7o fcke iB6r twa oncis Iothblo tbIlthi aire slgtba You WIlo Ito r ef laterAtchs- oRGiobe t 10 2I h tf r lH Classified Advertisements Ic a word for a mserfe 2ca wdidYgTi thr elwtsecutlve II sertions 20 a word for tach additional sertion Oc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothfnginserted for less than ten cents Nothing for less than 25 centsI iiIFOR RENT 1IBroadway Immediate possession given Good stand For Iflsotance on Your TobaccoI Office In McEWcwney luHMni Homt PhoM 728 t EastTenn II Insure In WT t w STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency 18cILOST Door kcywiyv valise to marked S Atr nellim to News oflice llo3t FOR RENT Cottage on Browni Courtf all modern convemences W A Befttty News office 1031tfiFOR SALE Pure blood Rhode Is land Red cockerels Call Home 1O10tfHdFFIClAt ELECTION RETURNS in Aidif6riapi Thintif Tuesday hiiht Nove n1bftr8 i 11135h to F9RxtruiYoiiugJJer5Q milch cJDIDllkh fllboit 3 dtVald Apply iftG Fcsil- ndncr Johoae nnit ll43t FOfi ALji oak suite of fnrJ Jl1ih Ie t carpets one l rd- prcsH one aOgadjon lava kettlo Mrs L GJteexlfjconier Kentucky Callowav street 114 Innd atIBlue anS vfhtte female burt n1swerstbnanioreward Waller Hampton ll43t R R 2 haveII1143t I light housekeeping Apply to Miss HobbinsntllNFOR RENT75 acres good corn land plowJatnote Apply to H W Ecton at lO10tfIFjOR SALE 100 hiogin lots to purchasers to bo delivered fsriJtI 20ih tp 25th of Noyenibcf bej5jaughtered oil feremjses B iOgdcn 10ri7tf AI FOR RENTr Two rooms over irc Coid Phillips shoe store 1O271f- FOR SALE Automobile HOhojie ppwpr twQrqurpassenccahi able of making 0 nlle l1IOUr Used week Will sell for cash or will trade Easy to inaiiipulate can nin it v Afply Dr TN 1Alndy f102G2wk THE UNDERWOdb r EWRITRI I shave secured the agency for this machine which is well known for 5t u durability and gpodtworkftrAyjill be pleased to show the latest model to prospective wn lia crt WJU sell either for cash or monthly paynients C C ROBBINS News Oflice BUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magneti J Call and see thus car at- W1NCHEELGARAGE J V W Bosh 6 Company FIREIAND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER KY McElDOWNEY IOFFl Phone 145 4DLSAXflONl Cttklurndtf SDCOfjr R Vlcerrtsldtnt Cuhlei Clark County National Bank Etabllmhed 1803 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited POIntsI C2pitaland Surplus- 35OOJOOO Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days bt fore the penalty is added Come anti avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am qompelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully WO BROCK Shetilt 1015tf Public Sale I will sell my house sail lot 6nKiMi tucjcy street at public auction fosy jday Nov 7 tron m Ifouse pii jd for gasvTcrms of snlemade kiioyrn tiji day of sale HOWARD WATTS Auctioner Mrs Pattie Patterson PENDLETON RUSH f BUSH Attfrniys at Ltw 5tk Jloor IfcEldoTTney Building s IWinchester ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney it Law yc ffloe 5th Floor McEidowney Bnildi it Attention to CollectioDsflfIISpecial Winchester Ky IJIII STEVENSON Attorney ftf Lav W S Main St Winchester Ky NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS The eiLyfaxchavcbetm past due slice July ji Tlibse owing taxes will please cull rind Settle at once and avoid tbe penalty which takes effect November 1 r will Tie in my offiijc in the Clark County Kdtibnal Bsjiik building each eytiniriff until 9 p nii be m lInt October3 3010 J4S A MCOURT City Tax Collector 936tffv r 0 SHORTHAND Standard Phonogiaphy the shorty jest legible slidrthand 1tiughitbtt course of individual lessons Hie best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS Ijoldestand best Institution in IThe is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourtlie best made Kerr porfcction and White Pearl flour has no edual tMark 0 Twain on Gratitude lMark TWain fn4an terdnner t In Bermuda once talked of caretbeIttobskImLVbybe extalmcd f when some men discharge an obiigi thou yon1 can beartMA report1 for mils arauridt = 1 l