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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2j LaSEdition r 1PhllE5NO 22 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEED II CHAMP CLARK VMAKESPLEDGE Candidate For the Speakership Prom rises Downward Revision of the Tariff at Once 10lonce is the pledge made for the new Democratic Ho seof Representa tives by Ohamp Clark Congressman from the Ninth District who is a candid te for the speakership- The landslide is in line with my prediction of months ago said Congressman Clark at Ms home The people are tired of the present Administration and are provoked to just the extent that the returns indicate with the tariff deception The first and greatest proposi tion the Democrats should stand for is p reduction in the tariff to a revenue basis I would reduce it scien itfa g was in the tariff bill of 1833 There is no question but what the Democrats will be on their good behavior in the next Congress and the future of our party will depend large ly on our conduct Democrats now have a golden opportunity for con structive statesmanship and should seize it and demonstrate once more their fitness for legislating wisely and patriotically DECISION INI CASE RfVERStO Question Involved Was as toRight of McFerran to Pay 20000 Alimony Out of Trust Fund FRANKFORT Ky Xov 10Thc- ase of J C McFerranj etc agains thVTideiitv Trust Ctimnjnv tro Jefferson was reversed by tfae Couil of Appeals Wednesday The ques tion involved was as to the tight oi J C McFerran Jr to pay 2000 alimony tc his third wife out of tx fhr1cout of her interest in th fund and not out of the body of rli fund It is also held that the childrci by MeFerrans first wife took an terest under the will in the trust font ONf CONVICT KIllS ANOTHfR Crime Was Committed in the Depart ment For the Insane and Was Re sult of Trivial Quarrel COLUMBUS Ohio Nov 10Jam es Rigo serving a life sentence in the penitentiary from Lorain county for murder in the second degree Tuesday killed John Jones colored doing a similar term for a like of fense from Clark county The crim w committed in the department for the insane and was the result of an argument as to who should serve the butter during the dinnerIThe victim with a large which severed the jugular vein and mother winch went to the heart did 4the work Before coining to the in stitution Rigo was confined in the Massillon Hospital Jones was considered a bad man arid tas shot off by a guard whom he assault edJ As tlie murderer is insane un dcr the laws of the State nothin hardly can be done ARRESTED FORV FORGING CHECK Warrant is Sworn Out By Brother Who is Physically a Counterpart of Suspected Man HAMILTOX OJl Nov 10 Albert- sPanley of Ayanvdckshire who looks enouh hhe 1u s brother James Pan le+ to be aJwin brotherAvus arrest i I it t 5 tI Iy to ii 1c 7 TIIE WINjHESTER NEWS d Wednesday afternoon on n charge of pacing forged cbecfc Investigation at the Iiania Valley National flank is alleged to have disclosed the fact that A Pahjey had passed fifteen becks Bnugijig from 5 to 25 signed with his brothers ninrvf in the past tbiee months The brother signed the nrFartl- Panley was arranging to household goods to Estillcoun ICy his former home PROMISES TOi- at UCCFSS Sale of Lots in Mt Vernon III Will Be Conducted By Messrs N R Ratliff and Vic Bloomfield Messrs N R Ratliff and Vic Bloomfield managers of the Blue Gross Realty Company leave Thurs day afternoon for Mt Vernon Willibaye up cityMt in one of the best locations in t hu tI Vernon is growing rapidly and recently a large car shop covering a large tract of land has been bulk The sale promises to he a great suci cess IS FINED IN POLlGf COURT Morton Estes Gets Five Dollars and Costs For Engaging in Affray iryey lames Newman Morton Estes wns tined 5 and costs WtNliicsday niftht fjy Judge Y P PcndlcJon for cnjrafnnjr in fray with James Nevr twatetulpiul nights apraUhtGyer gyHSboT pSol an3 Ksfs attciuptee- to hit Newman over the head with cue naFllERAL A ty- k j Services Held at Residence on Paris Pike and Interment Takes Place in Winchester Cemetery Toe funeral services of Mr balHt Newton Fugate who died nes Jay morning1 at his home on the Par is pike were held at the grave in tac Winchester cemetery Thursday morn ing at 1130 oclock The services were conducted by Rev Mr Wright Mr Fugit HIS G7 years of arge and death resulted from general debility fOOTBAll em IsPOSTPONEDWe- sleyan Team Leave Friday For Virginia to Play Several Scheduled GamesiThe game of football scheduled for Wednesday afternoon between Ken inicky Wesleyan and tile old Win chester Athletic Club wi postponed until a later trite The Kentucky WosJeyain team leaves Friday for Vir ginm where tney have one or two returnreither next Mojxlav or Tuesday mm TO ADJUST MOTEIIOSE IAGON Machine Has Given Department Some Trouble Recently and Man From Factory is Called An expert from the factory of the Webb Motor Company at St Louis Mo will arrive here Thursday after noon to inspect the motor hose wagon at the fire department The machine lias given the department some trou ble recently which requires an ex pert from the factory to adjust r rSERmUSRIOTIi 1t rUW YORKI Drivers t of Fourt Machines Are Attacked By Floh and Severely Beat en Several Arrests Made NIV YORK Nov 10One oft c worst riots in the express strike aniEig1lthNew York Taxicab Company Driv ers of tour nraehines which were sent out were attacked by a mob pulled off the machines and badly heated Police reserves finally beat off the mob and several arrests were made The strike now is seemingly on to a finish between the taxicab owners and their men due to the refusal of the employers to recognize the union All other demands either have been granted or compromised A loaded truck belonging to a big furniture house whose employes have struck was seton fire Wednesday af ternoon as it was being driven up First avenue and the furniture vis Cglapcfollowing which Charles Frederick a meat inspector was found unconscious from blows from some blunt instrument MERfCA- NTORI FlAG IS OOVN Citizens Are Assaulted and Insulted in Streets of Mexico City and Bus iness Places Shattered MEXICO CITY Nov lOThis pity resembled an tined camp Wednesday uijfM folknvkig an exciting day and cam anti American saidanti Gbvernraent demonstrations in thc CODs eof which an American flajl yfi3n in ate 4fppled upon re aaKaulte4t- er s recta tire inndOWsl of ift dozen AmericHR business place werei4tattered and an attempt waS BHidclfO destroy the plant of El Im purcial J time leading Mexican daily and PolibQuid was restoredonly after squads of police with drawn sabre bad repeatedly charged the mob killing three of the disturbers roughly handling scores of others and ar resting 200 Late Wednesday night comp nie of mounted polic were stationed in oVery block and a hundred gendarm es were pa trolling the streets The only explanation for the attack upon El Impartial was that politica malcontents fired by students angry over tho Texas lynching seized upon the opportunity to wreck the ven geance upon the Government orgau Through insults to the America flag and assault made openly upon American citizens in the streets the antiAmerican demonstration which began Tuesday night with the ston ing of the Mexican offices developed Wednesday afternoon into an affair of international importance- A vigorous protest was registered by tho American Ambassador with the Mexican authorities and the fact telegraphed to Washington and in structions asked for Wednesday night the attacks were renewed Windows hin dozen American business smashed All about towr Pshutters were huriifciiiy uu u inn establisiinients closed Forces of po lice appeared in the streets and kept the crowds moving antWhileseemingly made no effort to prevent it HiiAineripHn flag floating in front of a candy stove in the business dis trict wfcs torn down in the afternoon by a crowd of several hundred med ical students and others trampled and sp lt upon and torn to bits Later photographs of the crowd wore taken before the offices of the Diario del- Hog at a Mexican newspaper with many individuals vning bits of till tattered banner The demonstration Wednesday wits a cctjtinuation of tho affaij of last caused b ythe antipathy aroused among the people by the burning at the stake of Antonio Rodiguey at Rock Springs Texas on the night of Xlvembor 3 Publication of the violent attacks on American by sev oral Mexican newspapers tended to further incense tfhe medical students who ware the promoters of the dom ons tnition ifn Ta spcecj atthe Municipal Palace enor Ijanda addressed tt 1 ear S words of approval to the students but cautioned them against violence Ambassador Wilson in his note to the Foreign Office described the occurrence asf a disgrace to the city and to the Mexican people and expressed surprise that tile Mexican authori ties took no action to prevent the demonstration plantofments were completely wrecked For twenty minutes the mob battered at heavy doors leading to the editorial and composing rooms with heavy timbers and fired tho wreckage When the mounted police charged with drawn swords one of the attackers Was run through and killed The others fled The fire department are rivedon tthe scene before the llamis gained much headway MEXICO REGISTERS PROTEST WASHINGTON Nov 10Protest inn vigorously on behalf of the Mex ican Government Senator De La Bar ra Ambassador to the United States from Mexico presented a claim for reparation to the State Department Wednesday because of the lynching of Antonio Bodiiguez at Rock Springs Texas on November 3 ludriguez a Mexicajn citizen confessed to the murder of Mrs Lcm Henderson at Rock Springs and was burned at the stake Senro De La Barra had a long conference with Alva Adee Second Assistant Secre tary of State in which he wits ast wired that the United Slates would uo everything possible to apprehend Uie guilty persons WIJTICVE Each lady that attends the mat- Inee at the Auditorium theatre Sat lirday at 230 oclock will receive a beautiful souvenir picture and every child buying a ticket will get a nice box of candy MIO2t ELECTION NRS In political landslides the final ef fect is greater than first reports indi cate The IJomityats make a iiel yarn mtf Ctongrct s of7dwillIirtc a mjceof C3 Tiie Republi can majority in the Senate will bt reduced to 10 Beveridgc is defeated in Indiana Nebraska mid California elect Republican State officersIHwmrirismnjority in 98 000 Sixteen of th 21 Congressmen are Demo eratie in Washington State The Republicans earned Womau11Suffrnge tion carried NEW BAPTISTS CULL PiBIOi Rev G W Shepjierd of Lakeland Fla Will Prrbnbly Accept Carr atI Salary of 1500 The members of the newly organiz ed Baptist church held a meeting at the court house the evening of November 9 th and unanimously extend eda call to Rev G W Shepherd toI become the pastor of the church at salary of 1500 Rev Sbeplierd ir now the pastor of the Lakeland Baptist church in Florida He teas raised in this section and his wife iy a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Hensley of this city It h hiUcvrd thct the cl rill be accepted though the salary is several hundred dollars loss than Mr Shep herd is now receiving THE FIGHTING PARSON They say a play without a love story is uninteresting Toe Fighting Parson has trot broken the rule for through the entireprodttction a beau tiful love story is told Good sub stantial love of the lasting kind This with its pathos andcomedy has made The Fighting Parson one of the seasons successes and every where where it lag been produced met with instantaneons success from both an artistic as wellas financial standpoint The ministry recommend it because it teaekes a moral lesson of right and wrong yet does not of fend the seusative but sends one home with a feeling of contentment for having seen it Manager Dinelli of the Winchester opera house offers it to his patrons for their approval on November 14th Mrs B A Cnitcher has returned from ClU1 JJUsQfi1rinhere she was called hv4 Kerafiier rng1 l S OVERNORS CONHRENCfJ Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey Has Accepted Invitation and Many NewlyElected Executives Will Be Present FRANKFORT Ky Nov 10As a result of the election in the nation GOIId Democratic Governors will be in Frankfort and Louisville for the conference Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey was already on the program having accepted an invitation to come to the conference regardless of whether or not he was elected Gov Fort of New Jersey who is on the program will also come Judson Harmon of Ohio has ac ceptedan invitation to come and John A Dix newlyelected Governor of New York is almost certain to be in attendance at the conference It is expected that an effort will be GovIelectthe conference Invitations 1utllC newlyelected Governors will be sent out by Gov Willson in the next fewI daysRepublicans at the Capitol Wednesday were in good humor regardless of the defeat as they had exi preparearlforofficials and employes were back home from voting and they were feeling reasonably oheerful M C Rankin candidate ifor Congress said he was feeling good Rt iutling down the normal Democrtiirg majority in the Seventh WILLTRYV GRAND PRVVF Arch Hoxsey Makes Flight in First Event at Aviation Meet in Balti more BALTIMORE Mil Nov 10Xll nouncing that he would try for the grand altitude prize of 2500 offerI ed by the Baltimore American and Star Arch Hoxsey 1in a Wiightbi- plane went aloft Wednesday after noon in the first event of the day at aviation meet The wind wmI blowing about sixteen miles an horn and was steady The winner of theI prize must ascend 10000 feet to secure it- Hoxsey had engine trouble and was forced to descend after reaching r height of 5330 His machine was slightly damaged in lauding but he was try De unhurtIonds in a Blciiot Drexel made the round trip to Fort Carroll in twenty three minutes thirtyfour and four fifths seconds Latlram also made a flight to Fort Carroll and back His time for tin trip was twentyeight minutes fifty seconds total distance about IE miles AUDITORIUM Lew Wood the ventriloquist win is playing a return date at the Audi torium theatre with Tommy and George the boys who talk smoke and sing went better than when lit appeared here the last time Mr Wood has become quite popular her in Winchester and the large audience that saw his act Wednesday night pronounce him to be the best ventril that has over at the illInessable to appear in the comedy sketch that was to have been presented by Mauley and Sterling and Mi Manley asIsistedto be a great treat as Mr Manley is a great comedian and baby Louise is the most wonderful performer that theIalrethe majority of the performers beaten This act of the baby Louise is worth more than the admission charged for the whole show As Mr Manley announced Wednesday Miss Sterling will be able to appear in their comedy sketch The Piet Man Thursday night assisted reIi baby Louise and with Mr Wood the bill and two new pictures the 2J i f J 5 traction for Thursday night is far above the average RESCUERS ARE HARD AT WORK Bodies Are Taken From Mine Where Explosion Occurred Through Two Openings 200 Feet Apart DELAGUA Colorado Nov 10 Through two openings scarcely 200 yards apart the dead and living were taken from the Delagua mines of the Me tor American Fuel Company tit the same time Wednesday but the dead far outnumbered the living Fiftyone are known to be dead as the result of the explosion Tuesday while 18 escaped alive R Akayi a Japanese after lying insensible from the effect of after- damp all night recovered his senses Wednesday morning and found his way to the surface at No 2 entry He was dazed and unable to tc throughwhat passage he had come but said others still lived in the part of the mine he Irsd crossed The rescue crew followed back from No 2 entry and soon brought 13others to the surface Scarcely had the line ofrescued men begun to trickle from No2 mine when carpenters were called to No 3 entry to make rough sttretchers and it became known that 35 bodies had been found piled in No 4 entry north Later other bodies were found in the same section of the mine which brought the total to 47 WILL IS FILED FOR PRO A TH Munificent Charitable Requests Are Made By Late Samuel B Bowne of- PfewYark NEW YORK Nov 10 Iuni charitable bequests are made in centI will of the late Samuel B Boone the firm of Scott Bowne manufact wedInesdaTo Syracuse University 100 shar es of Scott Bowne stock and 2 000 in bonds to Wesleyan University 100 and 2000 in bonds to DickI Inson College 100 rfiaresiajid 3000 ponds to Drew Ladies Seminary 50 shares and 1000 in bondstDrew Theological Seminary receiv s 130000 in cash 30000of which lis for a gymnasium and 100000 Ill banquet hall and the Womens C of Baltimore receives 20OOU trust estate of 2500 shares of Scott Bowne stock and 50000 oar value of its bonds is created for the benefit of Mrs Bowne At her death the major portion to he distributed among various institutions among them Drew Theo logical Seminary Syracuse Univer 5ity and Wesleyan University which will receive 2000 in bonds and lOt shares of stock eachIJUDGE BENTON OPENSV COURT IN mm 3reach of Promise Damage Suit For 30000 is Set For Hearing Thurs day XICHOLASVILLE Ky Nov 10 The regular November term of Circuit Court Convened Wednesday morning with Judge J M Benton of Winchester presiding There is a larger number of cases than usual The breach of promise case of Min nie Rogers vs John C Brown for 30000 is set for Wednesday as is also the damage suit of George Logan vs the Kentucky Barytes Company The latter ease was tried at the June hungIwere given for the defendants theI Cincinnati New Orleans K Texas cific and Louisville Atlantic Rail road Companies Phelps of High Bridge is suing the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific Railroad Company and Len Kirkpatrick for numberempaneledITuesdflY F 0 tf VV- WEATHER Cloudy and Colder Tonight Frijfay Hair Robert Hare foreman Frank Siigte ton J D Fuuk L M Jackson Aid Young C E Overstreet Ira Finns Joe T Edwards B F mhomPsjA J Overstreet W H Hoover W IL Cobb The p tit rumors are th R Woods John Cirttaihers ilmiblecl Jlocl hook R S ruffrr2lil 1 l1iam Bowen Oharles Grow Brown Bifford SimpsohHenry I B Peel Sam House Jr and W A Sandusky TO CANVASS RETURNS The election commissioners of Clark county will meet at the court house Friday morning and canvass the election returns of the county EARLY ADMITS OIVINGREBATES Did So to Secure Orders Sensation al cvijsnte ci night Out in Trial of Black and Rawlinson CHESTER S C Nov 10In the trial here of Black and Rawlinson former Directors of the South Carolina State Dispensary and Lee Solo mons a former liquor salesman for conspiracy to defraud the State John T Early of Cnicinnati who repre sented the Fleischman liquor interests declared he paid Director 111t Black of Columbia over 4000 in the form of rebates He snitlr I did so because I thought it would influence him to give me or ders He took th emoney and I got the orders C W Dudley of Kentucky who formerly represented Clarke others Co distillers of PeoriaryIll said that once Directors Blackjjtylie and Rawlinson ordered 2600 barrels and 1600 cases of whisky on which Dudley paid them 4000 in rebates fOUNDLING IS MADEGOVERNORV Capt B W Hooper Recently Elected Chief Executive of Tennessee is of Unknown Parentage NASHVILLE TV Nov 10 Al thoug a bundling picked up on the streets of Knoxville less than 40 years ago Captain B Wt Hooper who the face of retruns lids been elected Governor of Tennessee making the first Chief Executive landed by Rptb1it in nearly 30 v d I li Uanligcv placed in his wu The waif whose parentage is un mon was committed to the care of an orphan asylum where he re ceived his early training Dr W H Hooper of Newport adopted the lad when 10 years of age and his public schooleducation was topped off in Jefferson City He became the pet of the Hooper home that was childless and married a wellknown young society matron of Cocke county He fell heir to a snug fortune on death of his adopted parent and 111 j d W to the sum practicing his ti tr r tdu ta ri latiue ill pi in political skirmishes and was a volunteer in the Spanish War enlisting with the Immune Regiment mustered from all parts of the Southern States to brave the ravages of fever and tropical ills in Cuba during the cam paign When attacked during the recent gubernatorial campaign Captain Hooper said I am proud of being able to attract attention of such dis tinguished politicians to tin ordinary foundlingr LATE TO BJNF FOR SALE360 shocks of com and a feed lot furnished 3 miles from Winchester on the Mt Sterling pike Apply A J Jordan phone 866A 1110Ot FOR RENT3 nice large r ours suitable for light housekeeping Apply to C C Rbbbins News office Possession immediately 11lO3t LOST A white setter dog Female white body with tanears Answers to name of Carrie Return to Win chester Garage Re tlI Oat Ir t i I to P Twoo i c y t C fw JliIr 4ldfjP8rHFCTER NFWS JfWf HESTER NEWS Mtm IMIT Independent Newspaper i j Published fry The Winchester News Co 1cqutl dJ i I M iftce JS09IM South Main Street i WnchesterKentuckyr IjtDally Except Sunday I I lynttredas sec ndclass mattes I November 28 1908 at the postoffic I in Winchester Kentucky under tin Act afforcbj 3t 1870 ItitIlJCUiI Die II vv SCRBPlMUNIIATS i Daily ope year 30 Six MonthS V 15f IoteAfon 2 PayaBle in advance IlADVERTISINGRATES Ii iDlspjay Per InchIOne time any edition 2 Three times within one week I Oneweek continuously l t0ne I calendar mo continuously 30 Four Weeks 4 times a week 21 Four weeks three time sa week 18 12IBusiness notices body type7tj 15tisls item at double the onetime rate t iCiassifledpertWord- One insertion any edition 11 I Three insertions continuously 2 Each three additional insertions One calendar mo continuously ilOc Nothing Counted less than 10 words I No itftm enlarged pn books f01 less than 25 cents i THIS PAPER REPRESENTED TOFT FOREIGN I ADVERTISING BY THE I W Jf SSD CtiftTJONt GENERAL OFFICES I NEWYp KAND7CHICAGO BRANCHES JN AlL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES I MTHURSP yNPyMJlER 10 1910 I ADESERVED DEFEAT I MfeIader has no tears tn shed I over the Democratic land lidc in tue Ii yorth ajul East inid sections of tlu llttlblicui got what fW was corning tothcinaiidwe hope it will do Jjh ui good f ou HHxivexrta parly made a mess of its iIJtt rr WrJ atli tefiifl iCevof parly Iciiil cr dbuteIipretta situation UIH Ifu- liulilFcattt Mc dune so under in Qf ilcadejshipail resident Tuft mid Jlu mCin to whom he delegated the polit teal liucuagenuniI vf his idministra tion mlo f t GauiiomslYij Aldriclsisin and a host r of 1t her jjiurjJ hun been rebuked ajid we liYjiRy be party managers havoi- iVbi learned the lessen in their defeat 101 that the Republican masses tried urn tcUclrtheJii vhen tiicy Hominl ted iFr l a niprogrtissivc over the host n1rreai tJjiiaries whu combined agajnsMiim vThe 3cmoialic victory is so C01l1 cui pliteand ineludes States with such atvarictyof local phases that there p isuuriliitucc to blanie itun one fac Iionor leader but the fact remains tha f iustncntiJfi y te itlryhttlJi West made a bctter- H I sholifg Uiaiitie entrni Iud East crnS i t i j The rtUPIJkt1Ic featureoi the sij kyf featrcitne ff111cd in Sfcw York 1 and Ohio Xev JertandI3StAte iuVUt flee of things several moil tits iC1nibri4 ltltnn1Ct i Uip generally the regent aiiiv ty TiFraoiul Roosevelt whicb Wasior Qdnpfin bun by the deter t lepubliacair ijvJie Y rk to humiliate hurt C1l1lJIg iIr ilO PlCidlllt tlllttll- lncte it poilc to thJuW t great d0 lIla4lltliunt F11th ruhiii- iC ikt aliratir exit illt11tj partyydtI1cj1jHllghn RcjTiiibliy5UgilrtW in tiio nation had grown tutljltiltviilllollgI continued sWefsSjuiV needed to he bought to iAreaJixiil eiisir of their obligalious lijeUu lnaW es rather tian tlC- jgnjat uKnicljii Iitcresis tlujt have i d l1iI1lt JtfGuriSii 2in the Korili r and East to n cvllsidel1 Ci r r WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED able extent by the support of these very Ihrancial inleyests ttuiillt a41CC t IIJie- 8i projrrtssivc politic have eQI1j 14iDemncm tie pauty lists so lout beeit lie radical polilicillody InAulerrit ftat iUcsinnot ulKinguLrnnt ly to hold 11411 street in a Ktional election without driving out of its ranks groat misses of voters who have blindly followed Mr JJi yan The Dcu1lJerqH party has won a scat yictoiv and by it huts brought into National prominence a group of really bjjr men who Will figure in the next Pie iael1 tialennILtI hut the tremendous responsibilities that come with power illhe a baiulictap two years hence and we dOllnL regard the results of Tuesday as nt aUfdO eive in figuring on tije outuonl of tV neat Presidential election The HlPl 1tpet as Uiey uidchastenQd we hope aihl ip Presuleiit rift wit now stIlIIOilU the weal iiots in hi SfCalguther on a oiiseryatiye piog1jssiv program aijlvconliine thet plenjli adminislnitive rcfonns he hascom nicnceL1 he will be the iiYwmfrioii noiniiioo oft rennrted party asnl if he does this it K dn not for a moment doubt aceepiiixvictory 1i the pplIILexington Leader Rep IYl agree wit the llac1ruu tlii IT CERTAINLY IS PLEASANT to note the Jiamlotrrc effect our Mill- work produces It give a tone to room or Jiall that is bot lirich mill ar tistic Colnidse what it choir of designs and tillishcsyou can choose from While here take a luck- at souse of our other mill worljw Youll Ibid ltYf things to beaut fv your hbiue at a moderate cost CQ securing sufiidenU pauses liuit brought bout Ucpublicau defeat lint as to tie availability 11ir Taft to succeed himself we dig sent Mr Taft hnslllit the conit dance of the progressive clejucnt u his parly The progressives nomin ated and elected Mr Taft hut no- if sooner wsis lie in power than ho de Cried his friends The door closed lie even went ofnr as to Yl5thdraw patronage fronr Senatoi and Representatives that had inadc it possible for him to bo elected TK most fatal mistake any man in or out ofutliee eau make is to desOlhh friends Mr Taft is a great big fiiltue rr nIWe are oat cgncurjicd aljoul h tie IJgmocrats will nominate for Cot t ernor but in ull fairness tile mii who iiiNiigated that scumilous u ttacli- oirl5enatorMcGriarvsould noUbel Iinviums people are liablerto suspect tpcciEllllcl1ollnn i t ative FL Lilianiiigvpriya llIrotary just lit t1iititiii tWe knew Chamf Clark down in An delson county e do not dojibf Ii ability to nitre i nude teamfbut whfll he will be able 1o clo with the hank hoads it4nvcn t end of the Capitol is 1111tc HlIl hit i There iuohl saying sgjnctiiilitg like tjiis Biting rite mir tJiI y6u jean heW It impossible t it our Uemoeraiie fiiend nay be in that fix now tjjln f f Artts TunibtilF a r oN e are carrying a complete line J r of ReadyMade Silk Waists which t cannot fa1 lto be attractive to- FASTID j IQUS BUYERS vte have them in persian Black taffeta and fancy styles Our stock of s SilksIlris also complete The newest things Iin Persian and Solid Colors are in IIay ol 1 Blaoetsi4 which are just the thing for the fall seasonsIj i1 Tailored luits which are the very latest in cut and i sk finish andour JItni8 I V tS paEate SkIrts t aDd CQals 1 i c i 1IfAr rIliSfIJ fI l rn1U IIt iIPp Ac + Psns wWI 1n J r j f ia W1nuh6sir tjp ra HOU5E iLth7tiThey event of the season r S H E itM0r- a Ipera Company JINVERDIS Beajutifiil Ope- raILWVATORE exIpensive the American Public Prices lower floor it 150 Balcony 50c Seats on sale Mon Nov 7 Seatsnow on sale at Strodes Uiug Store We never kuev anow looking 10 trouble it he looked long enough that he did not find iT We havc no objection Avjialever tc 1II Democratic Congress reducing the eust ol living Kvery patriotic citizen wishes roi the bust the Democratic part vith its partjtil success can il11pro e Pcpnblicar it 1will throw r stone way SPECIAbMATlNEE 1Messrs IMoosiheld and Hat lilt liv mdc arvim rUnciits for two splomlio acts full iu matinee tiatuniyy 230 oclock Tliese nets will conic direct tout Danville instead of Pari The program will consist of two ex tra good acts and two new pictures i anti iiY connecfion with Piis 1111 neil tI lady that attends ull be given a beautiful souvenir picture and every child a niX of candy NUllUE I l 1jtare gatt the Auditorium theatre Sat i EverYlchildbox of candy 111021 19WMUCjLIYijJR STOMACH WORTH Jts woilh almost us imiei as your life haw muc i that worth Phil lips has a remedy that keeps the stomach right and makes itlighl when it goes wrong MIONA is the name of the great stomach remedy sihd Phillips guar tutees it to cure the following stom orJlwnIeyhclching of r1sbilieilucss- 1cutbnru sour stoiuach lump of after Banter dilead stomach tv Nervousness and headache causcu by stoniiich derangement That allin fccliniu the stomach after a night of sociability Bad effects of overeating or drink lingsea or carsickness Vomiting of pregnancy or any stomach distressJJiemember money back if it rails at Phillips or leading druggists every1 where and the prier is only f 0 ecnU a large box CINCINNATI TAILORING CO anti1bownins pressing and dying AH work guaranteed Phone 5JH Winches ter Ky l1u2vk4 t SHOOTS SON LEXIXGTOX Ky Xov lOJohn gunIlight county ricsday len is 18 years old dead after being badly bounded its the lust by te boy- gUho used a 1ElclitdI1J a flimilx T KY SALE i r t l 1 SUCCESS f E V EX buy if prices are us DRESS GOO S wjiich are constantly arriving i rand which we sell the vzi lowest figures consistent with t r riTb J8est Quality Ctillatour store where I teous attention is always surjOtedfinclinspeet our line IfWlnter Undergarments00 7 for men women and Its high time think of Bonn L ing heavier and warmer f How aboutf your under w Have you every T i thing you need carry you t thrQughtJie season them once and lwntxi uRV tOOD4 ru1J rfhcfryDry Goofls Co1 SPECIAL fACTORY Purchase of Now est Style Suits and R- qIocs just receIved La Vogue lH Go and Prioress makes I at 1410 I3 off raga lar prices z Special selling begins today n- Early choice is best I 3000r I t 3500 and 3250 Suits 2500 3000 and 2750 Suits 2250 2500 and 2250 17 50- 1650 and 1500 Suits QQ- OPIeasantSurprisest in the Cloak Section the iirryDvyGfiodsCo WINCHESTER t Gg HfALL 2101ICS TIIFF Ul1 METllUD 1VLJByPersiS eotEfiort A H H publicis always ready to rightLet quotespieces IIThe todate stock of at yt f coiir of- children to under wear supplies to Jfnotget at Suits Ll Let Them Herej You wont find stocks any largeit assortments more cou- Plete or pries lower than they are at present Our 1 1 JHigh Gr detShoes ti are made ofsolid leather and J built to wear We have them in allsizes and many styles 7 t vlnspect 0prSttfi k ofdut4ngclothsjllaauels notionst s and hosiery 1 Courteous treatment TOM t f iu t lr jI f 7 i lit uTHE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Tnrtt f SJlE OF SAMPLE SUITS OPENS FRIDAY MORNING AT9 OCLOCK Great Special Sale of Sample Suits Cloaks and Skirts j Friday and Saturday Nov 11 and I2 Il There are 150 ol Themfltl SampleSuits that will be closed out at 25 to 3313 per cent Less than Regular Price These Suits were bought at this reduction and we will give our customers the benefit of the purchasef Miss Stubbs will be here FRIDAY and SATUR t DAY and will take pleasure in fitting you up in one of these Stylish New Tailored Suitsa Come early before the one you like is sold g Wegive S H Green Trading Stamps wKnotafr HoseJ guaranteed for six months Try them I CLIFTON13HOSStVI k SOCIETY ft 1ForMrs Cheairs Mrs George Madison Adams en Srtaincd on Wednesday afternoon tha thimbletea in honor of Sirs N F Cheairs of Abbeville Ala jgrs Adams guests were Mesdames l1ght8tIjynter VT Bish Elizabeth Vndloy W H Wooten Vertner Mitch Hart Robinson J S Banks llamas Hampton Misses Julia AMich Mary Belle Miller Julia Iraves jMbrgie Cornell Fannie firtrapton and Sarah T Buckncj againtr on i noon Thanksgiving Sale MissionarvI block Aprons cakes candles und other good things will be on sale Misses Bernice and KnUicrinc El kin have returned from visit to Mrs 0 E Lyons in Lexington Mrs Mary Shackelford of Flat Ky is visiting Mrs Julia Johnson Mr Carlisle Watson passed through hereWcdncsday night cnroute to Stanford where he will be for sever al days on business for the East Ten nessee Telephone Company Mr Henry Grant of Georgetown JI i J j f Winter Is Comingsk Now is the time to lay in your supply of CANNED GOODS at these H PHENOMENAL QUANTITY PRICES + Ferndell California Peaches 3 pound cans 1 Regular Price 35c per can Now 350 per doz Premier Tiny Sifted Early June Peas Regular Price 180 doz Now 150 per doz Country Gentleman Corn Genuine II Regular Price 150 doz Now j30 per doz 1 Hand Packed Whole Tomatoes j Regular Price 120 doz Now 100 per doz c Walkers Famous Chili con Carney 4 1 jj Regular Price 120 doz Now I 00 per doz f I Dont pass up this Chance Buy i Iwhile our stock is complete M cteiII Weathers Both Phones No 40 r t =College spent several days with his br her Dr Carl Grant recently Dr Carl Grant was called to Louisville on aecount of fiie illness of his brother Mrs IjtA Beatty has returned from Lexington IA MISTAKE ABOUT IGRAND OPERA gra said Joseph F Sheehan the famous ten or who is coming to the Winchester opera house Thursday evening No vember lOth for a performance oft e worlds favorite opera II Trova tore to see that gradually the general public are beginning to realize that Grand Opera does not mean something intended only for the mu sician During the past three years I have given special attention to those operas which are interesting to the aveiage playgoer as well as to the musician and of these none quite so well fills the bill as II Trovatore It is for that reason that I have secured the foremost artists in thnj country each one particularly fitted for his or her role and am that one opera only this seasonIGiven in English as we vatore is as interesting in story and plot as any drama ever staged and seldom has a drama been staged with such a Mst of stars us mil in my comp ny this year Besides the strong dramatic side there is the most beautiful and tune met1ady Gas StovesGas Heaters of aliT kindsJ and offices GaSRanges of the very best makes Cadet Hose guaranteed to give satisfaction tj voA fAA Onyx Brand Hose the best in the world 15 up to the best New Goods in all Lines to be Shown FRIDAY AND SATURDAY i Be sure and come to see us a pare with it What comic opera has such beautiful numbers as the pic turesque Anvil Chorus the won dcrful Misserrere in the Tower Scene the famous trio at the endof the first act the duel and sword fight at the close of the Convent scene and others too numerous to mention It is no wonder then that at every per formance I have people tell me who have never heard a grand opera be fore they would not have missed it for anything You can put this down as gospel truth everyone who hears II Trovatore sung in English by such a company as the one I have the honor to head this season will mean tin additional convert to grand op err To Meet With Mrs Browne Virginia Hanson Chapter U D C will meetwith Mrs M S Browne on Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Miss Kate Keyes has returned from Cleveland Ohio where she has been on business for the Curry Dry Goods Company Mrs W M Robb and daughter Miss Katherine arc visiting in Lex ington Mr Charles Green of Paris stop ped here Tuesday on his way to Mt Sterling Gd Miss Sam T Broadus hadac cepted a position with Todd Bros store Mrs Sallie Breeze who lugs baen quite sick is improving Miss Leona Jackson of Hedges is visiting her grandmother here Gas LightsThe Famous Welshbach Mantel and Globes that will please the most fas tidious GRANT WITT g GO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET i Mr and Mrs Withers Davis fZ Paris are visiting Judge and Mrs E S Touett Mrs J L McCord is a patient at Norton Infirmary Louisville The trouble inot thought to be serious Exchange The ladies of the new Baptist church will have an exchange in the opera house block on Saturday Hot chocolate and wafers will be served Sulphur In Horseradish Horseradish contains a higher per centage of sulphur than any other vegetable food spinash ranking next Pumpkin leads for phosphorus while radishes are rich in Iron ExpressiveIOne day home some being asked how he liked it George replied with all seriousness Papa it tastes just like the animal cages at the circus Success Magpine THE AUDITORIUMTHEATRE INC WEDNESDAY ANDTHURSDAY NIGHTS November 9 ard 10 LEW WOOD THAT VENTRILORUES- TMANLEY STELING Presenting their Novel Comedy Sketch THE PICTURE MAN 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heatedMatinee Saturday Afternoon 2303 Admission 10 cents to all parts ofChouse No Reserved Seats- BLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS t r GilletteSafety t Razor Youll appreciate the wonderful sim plicity of the Gillette Blade and Guard clamped surely tothe handle by a simple screw A lifetime of royally good service The Blades arefine Youll want to see the Gillette New Pocket Edition And the Gillette Shaving Brush and Gillette Shaving Sticknew revelations in shaving luxury PILOT VIEW Frances Stone and visited James Stone and wifeSaturday night and Sunday The farmers in this neighborhood are getting busy cribbing corn J T Rupard and wife were guests of Charley Rupard and family Tues dayJas Stone sold to I N Osbome1 cow Price 3 cents per pound Rhodes Eubank sold to Cas Goffone yoke of oxen for 4 4 cents per pound NOTICE Each lady that attends the mat inee at the Auditorium theatre Sat urday at 230 oclock will receive beautiful souvenir picture and ever child buying a ticket will get a nice box of candy 1102 Spectacles- I have told you of the Kpaniard who always puts on his spectacles when about to eat cherries that they might look bigger and more tempting In like manner I make the most of my enjoyments and pack away my troubles In as small a compass as canRob ert Southey The Best Companion The most agreeable of all companions is a simple frank man without any high pretensions to an oppressive greatness one who loves life and un derstands the use of It obliging alike at all hours above all of a golden temper and steadfast as an anchor For such a one we gladly exchango the greatest genius the most brilliant wit the profoundest thinker Lessing Value of Pineapple Juice Pineapple Juice la excellent for the digestion also for clearing phlegm from the throat also for croup and diphtheria Winchester Opera HOUS- ENovember 14 10 W F MANN PRESENTS Wm Winterhofi AS THE PARSON 1IN THAT GREAT MORAL PLAY T 8- lE 1PARSON Endorsed by Press and Pulpit as the best pastorial play ever written 1COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL A FIGHT FOR FIGHT FOR HONORIFIGHT FOR Seats now on sale at StoreYDownstairs 25 3550c Gallery 25c f 0 r IBancaA I THAT NEW FALL SUIT 1 It is certainwe cant imagine how any man can fail to find the suit he likes in our new Fall Styles o- fMichaes7Sternand Adler RochestervClpvthes There cannot be finer fabrics more choicest itJisnt possible Here are models for eyery man and ail fashiojaedaanxi finished in the best manner We can give your size tooat your price SOFT HATS are patker the rage now so we show a great variety Theres one for ever age for every tas1eAOerbies from the newest blocks 300 and 350 J H KeyestII =i t SHOES WHOS aE Armtrongs 1JNow Ladies what does this mean to you It means that if you ask for and insist upon having Armstrong ShQs you get a shoe that you know is stylish light and will wear wiThout stiffnessrthjatpo one is trying experiments on you at your expense that the retailer who sells them is studying your best interestsIMake your next pair Armstrongs all leatherS ede and Craveriette Tan Gun Metal Patent and Kid They feel titter they fit better because they are betltJ Hutsell Smith Patterson Next Winn Furniture CoIii ot tMalayan Tobacco Achezt ctfedaitr s very tteh1 smoked by the Malays which they in a dric leaf called a rocsorollingtlictobacco up in ItI like a cigarette The Malays of cer lain disirlcM kEer1iie tobacco of their cultivation Jor a long time in pieces of bamboo t5 badly prepared nand never exported 9 r tToo Literalo 1l fn1stirialat the Bloom burs boarding house was not so much an noyed as disappointeil When he said io his landlady you told me that you Would prbvldemto with board and here he pushed away his half eaten steakand helped Jiimself to 0t11meantJ- j 4lF I LJ i J6 1 OJ fI 4 Ia 1 i to t The Celt In Mexico Of prominent Irish families who arb upY quite as much Mexican as Hi bernian we have the Greens Lynches llorans1IorItthyslys OReillys Hopes Wilson etc Some of the Irish families are descended from thee fam6ii3 colony of exiles from the Emerald Isle who set tIed in Cadiz Spain toward the close of the eighteenth century Mexican Herald Ruling Pacion Banker to new utorh3YE hear itt mind that in aiy cbildiven I alI tfntrusti1mrgto you my most precious possessions and give them j our best- Andyyltatis OrIowcxjuice1 FII QBlaetter jtwtal wisi t r y HARMQMY B fSlRNERSI Copyright dl0 bY AssociatdlT Lit erary Press Harmony Corners consisted ofastore a postofiice and a blacksmith shop Moses SchihT ran the store Jacob Schiff the postollice and Peter Schilt the blacksmit shop Then there was Ihilctus Schiff Aaron Schiff Adin iron SchifT Goodheart Schlff Thurs tiny Schiir Godfcar chill and Elijah Schlff all farmers within a radius of two miles Each Schiff was related to all the other Scuffs by blood or mar riage It was a settlement of Schlffs alone and had been for fifty years No strangers were allowed to butt in Old Moses who ran the store with the help of a son was the patriarch of the Hock He was adviser judge and jury in all matters There had never been a case for the lawyers In that community If there was a disagreement it was taken to Moses He said do this or do that and it was done People said that Harmony Corners was aJiving breathing example of the morality and unselfishness of human all that half century of peace Industry and good will Godfear Schiff was the one to produce discord It was another proof that theres nothing In a name It was seldom that anything called a Schiff away from home but ou an occasion Godfear had to mule a journey to IMttsburg eighty miles away It was a serious event It called for serious talk and many prayers He might return alive but the chances were very much against it His will had been made for years and he read it over fed the cows and departed Godfcar reacted the Smoky City right end up much to his astonish meat He saw houses and stores and factories He saw a sewing machine Inn show window and nshe stood looking at it a barker pulled him in ant the merits of the machine were explained He thought well of it There were seven children in his fami ly and much solving to U6 Not a Schiff had a labor saving machine of any sort not even a corn sheller or an apple paror As their grandfathers had lived so werethey living God fear was In town three days He called to inspect that sewing machine six different times At last he drew a ngbrcnlh aud decided to take the chances and ordered the thing sent on to Schiffs never dealt with pod diets nor agents The very sanlQWa chine could have been bought at Gtrl fears own gate any day in the week Moses sat on that machine In a judi cial capacity for a week and then decided that it must he given up It was witchcraft It was an Innovation it would break up the long prevailing harmony of Harmony Corners God fear bucked The invention bad been tested and it would do more sewing in a day than hiss wife could do by hand in a week There was no odor of briiusjone about it It ate no hay or oats and occupied but a small space Some of the other Sniffs and particularly the wives hacked him up Of course the news that Godfear Schiff had broken out was passed around the country and the immedi ate result was to bring a swarm of sewing machine agents down on the Schiff tribe They had sewing machines that would tuck hem rullle braid embroider patch sew on but ton rock the baby churn the butter feed the hens sort over potatoes build the fire and all that and they came and talked and talked Then the tin peddlers and parlor organ men came Moses Schiff saw the cloud no bigger than a mans hand and he called a gathering of his clan He was heeler with statistics to prove how greatly those inventions of Satan had increas ed the wickedness of the world Thou sands of murders burglaries horse thefts elopements and so on could be directly traced to them Did they want to find themselves on the gal lows Did they want to know that their children were in state prison In fact lid they sigh to meet Satan face to face and be caught up and sent down to the hot place by rapid transit- If they bought parlor organs ancl sewing machines what next Why brass bedsteads chinaware furs new hats corn shellers carpets and stuffed chairs would be sure to follow and then farewell to the harmony of Bar mOIl Corners With tears in his- erne he besought and wrestled but a number of the Schiffs had got started on the downward road and wouldnt hold up It was only four days after the meeting that one of them bought an egg beater and the click of the rpoon against the bowl would be beard in his family uO more Then came a lollar alarm clock and this was followed by a set of cane seated chairs Satan had got his grip In one year from that visit of God Tears to Pittsburg the leaven was working overtime The Schiffs were at odds they were bringing egaiasteach other they were IawsuitsI down ingrain carpets in their they were buying patent meu no longer went to church bare footed and in their shirt sleeves Old Moses called another gathering and threatened and bulldozed but the cyclone hail got started and the only frog out for hint was In commit sui ddf Two years later hulf of liar mony Corners was trued by others fir il S ito and the harmony of half a IVisiiurys was ctrnuillr no more And tilt it name was changed to the one niiiTroinlay I tr c iabfle v f = Tt j2 Attperimenb Bv II PEmno LADE it t rtlfl iIl lwr tiAimrtian PressI I kiVIiiii ifirtill the Alftiiiiii making tris between PnMuiii iiik lyi lrJliltipis J was tiiUing myvvonsuiiillj iiil one after ifofJn sin upper tlcck a lady sitting in a steimor chair jiccosted me- believe yliii ari the ships medical ntIHlhl saidr am resiiuirthtd raising my cap If you will kindly sit by me will tell you of an operation am thinking of having performed dropped hi ftie vacant chair be side her mill slid began My eyes area natural freak still You will perceive that sheI right eye is black and my left is color being a woman am very sen sitive to my personal appearance Now I wish to talk with yell of the feasibility of making my eyes the same color That is impossible I said decid edly Why Why why because It is impos sible I Have thought much of the mat ter and have conceived a plan by which l think it can be done You Do you know anything about surgery of tlieeyoT Not professionally Then why do coil aspire to suggest a process that an educated oc Mist would not dvcn consider Because believe it is possible Thiiiicing the woinVii might be in sane looked icrjln both eyes for the eye isa telltale on insanity but could see no indications as to what I suspected Very well said What is your process I prppose to tatt09 my gray eye with India ink I was at first disposed to smile at tIe idea but it soon occurred to me that if the India ink could be placed be neath the surface qf the cornea as it may be tattooed under the skin Nonsense Does not the pupil contract and dilate When much contracted it AVOUldJeave a ring otfthe original color My dear young lady said your scheme is preposterous Nevertheless shall try it And lose your ye That is my only fear But I have decided to take the 1i Finding it impossible kIor Induce tier even reached port where knocked out of liar craxy idea by an oculist in order to wave her from the probable consequWce s 6f her exiled meat tillTh-ecornea of the eye is not sensi tire Indicd it is really a casing to the eye something like an onion Now A would suggest since you will not Ii to reasiijfiiiat tattoo 50111- 0hartulesm tluidof the proper color onI 11pilwhether it will bl safe to repeat the operation with a durable filling now lung will this eXl1elJtncntalIifluid remain ached the Several days perhaps possibly longer v Tho very thing WillIou perform the operation Nut unless ourCrllpto promise that you will not do it yourself certainly shalldo it myself unless you consent to do it for me Well then whenever you are ready come to my ollice The lady did not come to me till the day before we were due in It seemed absurd to attend to a about which there was not the matterI est necessity for haste and strenuous attempt to persuade her to defer the operation till after she hall lauded But she resolutely persisted in her Intention to perform it herself before a glass if I declined and know ing that this especially on a rolling ship might result in the loss of thee e I finally gave in Taking a lot of needles I tied them into a bundle lipped them into a harmless vegetable preparation and tapped the eye with their points ever so lightly This I kept up till the surface to be covered was so nearly of the lute of the other eye that the difference could not be easily detected The next day when the lady went ashore she was profuse in her thanks and volunteered to advise me of the success of the experiment I told her should be Interested to hear It though to toil the truth I never ex pected to hear from her again regard ing her one of those many cranks who appear to be perfectly sane but In whose makeup some screw is loose A cpuple 6f weeks later I received a letter the handwriting of which was not familiar to me Indeed It bore evidence of having been disguised It readi h My Dear Doctor I am happy to report to you that the experiment was admira by successful the tattoo lasted about ten days which was all thot was required The customs officers rand a description or especiallylirectedJjo They Were vatchins very carefully xvhen ilesrendcd the gangplank and spotted me for everything except the eyes ThanUs to you lRrftC6000 worth of dia nonda through duty free four fee by xpress The letter unsjgned The next Iny received apackage containing a lime diamond wlnVlrKrlnM mounted for i solitaire stud Affer that a reftisejl any request of pas 5ngr uYlb lViiudcrstobd them iifor tttf fsing IJYI KEY1 WRENCH By ELSIE B MATTESON Copyright by American Press Association JJhis bit of heroism was au actual occurrence clickingallnllIt at a station on the O 13 and G railroad and from the time Molly was live years old nothing delighted her so mlJ hlsto sit in his lap and with her little hand under his on the key send messages then when she knew they were real messages that were being sent she would be delighted Now dear 1MwOllld say after sending an order tor a train to come on y oil re ordered up M7 and shell be lucre in ten minutes or when tile hand of the ctoclc stands there l Sure enough when the hand pointed to the designated tigure the train would steam up to tile station As Molly grew older her father taught her the Morse alphabet and when one day she sent a message all by herself her pleasure knew no bounds She continued to practice and to learn and by the time she was four tOIherA year later Trync fell ill and died Molly was by this time so yell versed in telegraphy that the managers ofthe railroad continued temporarily her fa thers salary to her mother Molly sell ing tickets operating the wires and acting as dispatcher Ofourse site could not go to school but being am bilious to learn she studied 4nt home which meant in the ticket and tele graph ollice One night she had her books before Jior studying when bear- Ing a rap on the window she looked up and saw the ugly face of a man What doyou want site asked her heart leaping up into her throat Open the window Molly sat still not knowing what to do As to opening the window slie had no thought of that Open the window or Ill kill you Molly sat looking at him She may have been paralyzed by feat Anyway she made no move to throw up the sash The man smashed a pane of glass with his fist and put his arm through the opening to unloosen the catch but not finding It or because he didnt know how it worked he concluded to try to effect an entrance in Mother way Molly heard his steps as he went around to the door which opened on the other side of the station Running from time ollice she was at the door before him and locked it lieu she ran back to her clleler and called for a few moments she had caught a station where a freight train had just pulled in and toldjthc operator there that a man was trying to break into her office She had hardly hot her message through and received word that help would be sent at once when time man appeared againat the win dowAnd now Molly rose to the occasion like a true heroine On her desk was a little nickel plated monkey wrench glistening for all the world like the polished barrel of a pistol Seizing it and aiming it at the robber she called outIf you dont go away Ill shoot you The man didnt go away but he drew back and from his walking around the station Molly knew that he was trying to find another entrance Meanwhile she clicked ah inquiry as to what had been done for her relief and was told that the engine of the train that had come in had been detached and was coming to her assistance as fast as steam would drive it with several armed men aboard It had left several minutes before and since it could get over a mile in a minute it should be there in six or seven Molly heard its rattle and the robber probably heard it too though not as quick as Molly who was eagerly expecting it Besides he was on the wrong side of the station to hear it Consequently when the comotive pulled up he had barely a minutes start Leaping from the cab tine of the moil sought Molly whine the rest sought the robber They caught sight of him running in con pans with two other men and calling on them to halt fired lshotlfte1 them to enforce the order Every one of the fugitives was captured Then those who had come to save the lit tie operator assembled to hear her story When slit came to the monkey wrench that had served for a pistol they were lost in wonder Taking the robbers Bark to the station the rail mad men had conic from the story was told and was telegraphed all along the line The next duty trainmen and Passengers when they passed the sta ion if lliey stopyed trust see the it iie girl who had stood oft a robber tad if they did not stop crowded the windows and platforms waving con 2nu illations Hut a more substantial honor or rather a reward came from tire presi dent of the company He sent an or der that Molly report at the main of fice She obeyed the order and when the timid looking slip of a girl was paraded through the various departments all the employees arose and rraiied their necks to get sight of her Then site was taken into the presl dejits room Oe told her that her mother would he given a pension and that she would be sent toschooh He dismissed her with a fat check wuwi Welllor an In jjLcccfitiuiL jtNiUiiBgevoC greetings be een lariats on tile streets of that city How yo geltin on Joe asked the first a light mulatto aint done so had answered the other who was as black as tho prover lrcttYI1weU JoeLfllilincottsI Young people who get into the omlon prisons have been carefully examined during the last ten years 111llthe1arcalul H pounds lighter thnn thet pOlmlIilliouyoung offenders some physical disease or deformation or mental defect House Struck byMcteoritI Sweeping down qut oMilro sky with a sharp hiss a small meteorite crashed against the blind on the house of Alfred II Richards near Walccficld Mass and set the house on fire The village hosanwu wore called out and no serious damage was done Tile meteorite glanced off from the house to the grounl It weighs about ifive pounds and is almost per fectly round Barrel From lntc a cants On time Baliyinnr llmu norm tablets ire racords of laws forbidding the use of wine in any form to persons en aged in public business and asserting that no work done for the govern neat by persoii wYio used wine could ae porfeqt All builders of palaces officers of armies and managers o public works were retiuirfid to abstain absolutely from ill use of wineJ StrQkc Not Always Fatal arlIvedby applying time method of artifl rial respiration in use for resuscitating the drowned This me hod proved successful in the case of a man who was apparently lolled at Berlin 1S91 InI Truc Philosophy To sit still and contemplateto remember the faces of women without desire to be pleased with the- rentdeeds of Wren wilhoiit envy to be everything and everywhere in sym lath and yet content to remain where and what you nreis not this to know both wisdomNiml virtue and to dwell with happiness Robert rouis Stevenson Mothers and others look at thosePants They are made as pants Ifor real boys should be They are linedl with Herciilone the strongest material for itsj andaseat seams are reinforced witli Herciilone tape not the ordinaryspongy white cotton tape but a wider and muchstronger IIonetIel cllTtlesl All wool shower proof Knickerbocker Suits for Boys from G to l7years a madebV Daube Cohn Co of Chicago are more than double duty suits because they will wear longer than two suits of ofIpriceI your boy is a real boya- liveonedress him in a rea- lsuita Hercules Youll save money and have less repairing Iand patching to do Allan Murphey SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS THE BEST9 is alone good enough for our- customers We have been in this business in Winchesters for many years and have A learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than arybody else JgR OffilJ1iL nfl I11 Time by TeRepnon ISaveplan feels the necessity of being 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rrapper verifying the same under solemn oath In all the above most important particulars the Favprite Prescription stands absolutely hloncn a class all by itselfas womans most reliable and trustworthy remedy in time of 1sickness aijd distress Itis i a pure glycprip extract madc from American curative roots found by long time expericnco most valuable in curing womans weaknesses and dcrange Jneiits Tlip leaders in nIl schools oLmqdical prafctie liliyerfindorsed eafch of its pgrtdi cnts as of the best known remedies for the complicated affections for which it is recom mended These professional endorsements should count for far more thanany number of lay testimonials A booklet full of them sent free on receipt of name and address WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION R V Pierce M D Pres Buffalo NYI FIRMS FbR siLl FARM XO 13Oacres 71a miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with ropuii 2 pprches good stable hojds i acres of tobac cp Ice house aiuIalLothcr ontbiiiild ings large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into i four lots all ivjell wuierejl AAJtJri grass except 8or 10 acres Close to good school Price 0000 FABJI NO 258norc5 GV miles from Winchester on cJOl BJHas a twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good condition Barn holds 4 acres pf tobacco Ice house chicken house nbal house meat house corn crib 4 hog houseK and other out buildings Divided into1 4 tracts each one b well watered and everyN fence in nAI class condition Has largc orchard in full hearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter of a mile from Vail rOa1station Will nil raise good tobacco A bargain a t 8000 FARM NO 3 90 acres 0 mil es from Winchester on good pike Has two stor frame ilwplHng of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acrc tobacco barn good cellar and all outbuildings all in good condilioUjMli- yidcd in o tracts nil well uatcrcO nd fenced About 20 acres in ctil- ivntion balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and posfoflice a ud blacksmith shop Price G000 JFAIi oiijOO aorcs 7 miles ir thVincJue3troflfluiutr ttiilcI fiiik Karii 4cro tobacco barn rill nnces rtcrl111vith Price GODO 7miles1jfEP0 jiarn uAll necessary puthouscs anlllw I ARM NO 6105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pjke Good dwelling of 7 nr 8 rooms All mice cssary outbuildings 12acrc tobacco- biini and tenant house Well fenced ami watered Plenty of tobacco laud ipicc130i per acre dPARM XO 73J3 acres 3 uulosj- jfrqiri Winchester has two the iOQm 61U gPpnp lOracre tobacco bfcru- ipltijrtV Iolicc6 lanQx Nearly allin l TULIP 4I Tho first quartcjly taectinff for the College Hill Circuit ill he held at Owen Chapel Saturday and Siniday Novenjerl2 and 13 Ollbprt2 Qci slSWC jVo qhonta to MiF N Sirs Pauline Owen has returned home after iavcekrs visit her daughter Mrs Lou Bush near Win rrass Price 50 per acre milesIicw Gropin dwelling barn and out mildings Price 3500 FARM NO 950 acres miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with Grooms tobac o barn hplding G aeres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 35 acres in cal ivalion balance in grass prieem 0 000 FARt NO 10300 icres 12mil cs from Winchester Has twoslory frame dwelling with rooms ten ant house Sracrc tobacco bari1argc toCk barn and all necessary out iidingj5 One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres Jn ultivatidn balance in grass price 12OOFARMNO1L27acre 0 mil Cs froin Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 robins outbuildings splen did combined stOCk rind tobacco bar vhich holdp 4 acres rtobaccbi til kinds of fruit price 3810 FARM XQ t2157 JcreSi1h miles fiorti Yin hcstel on rood pike has tostory frame rlwjclling6 roriis7acrc tobacco barn andal outbuildings well watered and fenced Good mud Price 20000 FARM NO lit58ncte 7 iidk from Winchester has five rooir Awoiling 9hcro tobacco barn andnl uecessavy outbiii inj75 well wit tefCd etc Price 115 pcr acre IARM NO 1462acres 3 mile fpm Winchester on good pike ha 4ro6m huant house now 10acre to baceb barn never failing Abater all tobacco land Price 125 per acre 14tRI NU 15D2tCle 7V2 miles from Winchester on good pike has twofetoiy frame dwelling with roonis jood cellar and all outbuild ings good stock barn 10aerctqbnc cbburn VellwateredIencinggOe Close to school and church Pric 113 per acre FARM NO 167O acres 3V miles from iimlitmsttr has twoslor frame dwelling with rooms Al outbuildings 12 acres in cultivatiou balance in grass Price 3500 FARM X017 3Sy2 acres 5 mih frpiii Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 1S03 acres neat Chilesburg has 3robm tenant bone well fenced and watered All gooc Jaaid on good pike Price 105 pei aere I IiJl r V1 Sin7Dlr Iy 0Hi D JK ein1Vc5ldowneyBidg1 oj T BothPhoiics 1 OveimjcurS5O- with 7 7 7 f Eair M Kinlcy Oweuf of Winchester vis ite l relatives here froiii Friday Until tlSuiulayi Mrs G H FJ vncy MId daughte- rsMiciirttlmH1ruc Faruicywere sts of Mr aiid Mrs TC Creed flontSaturdujunta Monday llays0wen has been on thor ick list the past fcw djys WINCHESTER iDEA HUSTLE ELKIN Misses Rutha and Sophia Benton cntcrttincd a few of their friends Tuesdav night nq nil reported a nice time Miss Dollie Christopher who has been vsiiting her sister who is teach- iigtLt has returned hprne trsJosie Wilcox spent from Fri dry uiilit Sundayin tliBrolneigli borJipcd nttendte Frank Thomas spent from Saturday until Sunday with Mr Ross family rieai Riebnibnd fEl5za Wilcoxis spending n week with hjeij istfir ftlr H6ppevat Win ehter The little son of Mr Sand Mrs Phil BrpwiVf el and broke r limb rivTirjfefJ Morgersoriis visiting it Lexington Mr and ktu s Totn South wood of wear Lesington spent1 Sunday with vlr snd Mrs GL Brown Mr and Mrs Jolinnie Elkin and onyRny bf Winchester spent Sa tur- ay njghtiind SundhywithMr El iin motheit atthis place VMissc Bbssic Hflfrnibn Ida Miller golden l1l1e1 Blkin of Winchester pent Satututla3 night and Sunday wi hLirzio and Emma Elkitt School bcgwir Monday a ttrais place ifter slopping two Avccks on account of Scarlet lever RUCKERVlLUE MissMno Copper la verj ill cit- 1typhoidfQver pr flichard Allen is vci7rill He has gone Jo Wintihesjier toJi treated fJ Mbltics iirccter spent last weelc with MrhC W Baxfdr and Mr am- WI3ntrindMrsUrl C Mollic Baxter wer6 guests of Mr andMis John D TwuanuVednetdav- Mrtnd1rim iQhuuineyeiViii1c- bostur vibiked Mr dnd Mrs B H Rciney from SlHlduYJlhU1ifoudny Mr and Mnj MiJc Rakopand son John Mr and Mrs Hood Curtis and Miss MaryKelley were guests of Mr- i h rFTtup Sunday i rivand Mrs C W Baxter were UthninUNCLAIMED LETTERS Bosley Jjnunie Basker Mfes Ethel ul3uihQT Bramlett Newt Bradley Miss PearlE iCanjpbeli A vv Crobb R4V Oombs iu I vOlljMijs Carrie rat11liifA JJ 9 dinciTLt IGoilloh Tjlojna John f h 1OflC5ar ittiI Jones Thomas Jobuscu Elie Lane S B vMartin John 5IcFarlaiHlRobert vB ijUiieIHnm 1 pm t 9flwWher JOHN OWHITE1 Postmaster s r- r r i T ld n 4 THE WINCHESTREW i Pane Five SHIP JGHOJL Lesson VihrFbunth Quarter Foe ijJtQXt13 I 1910i THEN1ER AtONAL SERIES 511jTexi of the Lesson Matt xxiv tttmprV Verse ifHrGolden Text Ma txxvi 41 Commentary Rre tparedby Rev D Stearns SThej greater part of this great die Course isJecord dbjhoth Mark and Luke as well by Matthew As they left ha templ6 one day Ills disciples UpdHiSntferillont6 the great build ngs vth the stories and gifts ao4 they were evidently greatly sur prsed by rjis remark that nil would ibfe thrown down and not OUR slonetuft- upon anotimer fOl1l of them came to EHm privately as lie sat upon the Mount of Olives nut asked him a question which was really threefold Ui6ugh they probably thought It one The destruction of the temple Ills oniingagaiu and the end of the age were two if not three distinct events jn EIisdisc9ursQ he covered the reply lo aH The whole jigc until lie shall come again will be characterized by r Wars famines pestilences and earthquakes with increasing wickedness until it shrtll be as it was in the days of Noah f Jn1Lukexxt 24 Pa very plainly referred t6 the approaching destruction oif Jerusalem and covered this present ago by the orfls 1crusaleuslrnhl be trodden down of the gentiles until the times of the geutiles be fulfilled issoqiiletomstances connected with the destruction of Jerusalem were foreahadowlngs of those at the end of the age and the warnings are therefore similar Verses 2731 of our lesson chapter speak plainly or Ills coming in power and glpry immediately after the great tribulation at the end of this age The destruction of Jerusalem was in tioIsense Ills coming for it is written Psalm cii tfi that when He shall appear in Ills Ihr He will built up Zion uotdestrijf He is coming again to restore all things of which the prophojs have spoken Acts iii 21 The Events In the east today are most startling if consileicd in the- hightof vtraes 2o of our lesson and compel us to believe that the king 1 r q is agnlij nthaud after Jhe long interval of its postponement dur Ing this age The zeal and aim of Zionism the Uew regimein Turkey her favor to the Jews a large part of flie laud given to Abraham Slesopo tamlai being now offered to them lihd the unrest among the nations gen emily all point to the approaching end of the age sad the coming of the king COrn How inrtrvelonsly has the geb eratlon or race or nation of Israel been pl ser d for the fuht1JJrnentofilL- things verse 341 and soon now shall jitiipy be recognized us a nation pcr hops under the suzerainty bf Turkey wltll Jeussnhmfras their capital That will 1J0wcttJn nn for them the beginning of thqip great trouble Jar x 7 cr9 Jcrusalcni shall become the throne of time Lotd at ills cpnlbg In glory to set up Ills kingdom That Israel is Gods ilg tree us well as His vine see Joel i 7 and note the cents of Joel Iii In their order The utter ungodliness of thetlays pf Noah can hcItions already on every hand in church and state are most uumistaknble The 1lIJlIghtcousIlIcssof the infidelity the seminaries antI ID the pulpits the disregard of God and JUsAVord everywhere should compel us to cry Conic Lord Jesus At illsIIIof the age tutu taris shall first be athI l Jii bundles fprttw burning flCId32StiiC great word forus all qunlr moat sober Or druhken drunken ac cording to Isa xxriii 7 or xxlx 9 is e1Jjl1xxvll Iho readiness necessary has been providodjn Jesus Christ by His ntsde3thsins Ills resurrection from the dead laud any who will not plead guilty Hud Him and His righ teoiisness must popish and be separated from Him Sir wivare redeoiijed jind thus rcadj- itOmect Him we must never cease to watch atidioray Jest thC91a the tplttibttoAthat willpnable S10 rtjleOIiI of Him Hi We must ot saying oiveseu of thinking aehiycth Hi cpmirig 43 lest we be found careless and coii formed ihsome Uieasure to this pros chit evil age The oil of the nest chapter must nil our lamps mid the ligHt roust so jshine iluit inca uiay see om- itgad workv and glorify ptif Iatlipr Vvhlcb Is in Ueaven Matt v 16 The only proper attitude of a child of God beaveu1190tUl1t I nil things mi sPIn the living aid true God Ever ready tpdp whafevpr puf Lord tho ivliig U1inPlflJnlI San xv 15 Heady toe4rygnoci work Tit iii 1Itdmlvmys in give ni answer r6 every fihn it asket h inr A Sngular Bet 2By IicAssociation We were but six line olllcers at a1 two company post in the western wn derncss We had played poker till we had won one anothers money soreral times over but it was the same money passing and repasslnR between us sad the fund hadnt increased unfler time operation NeIther laid it decreased There was nothing to buy neither wines liquors nor cigars We had brought a supply with us After every niau of time shmhio com mandiiut didnt piny pokerhind ben cleaned out hnlf a doze time pro cocdid on tab and eitmtnd Out evcry other mho half a dozen times Carter captain of my company Yimarked ciTe 10 to any luau of this crowd win will give mca new sensa H iioimSMio it hUll rtl said Billy Ken dall second nontenant of company tIul Ill Ill Junk II a hiimlrcd if iou sue coed you to paytnti a hundred ItY n dont Thats fair IM go you Once Whos to decide who wins asked Carter r Ill make a moredcOiutb proposi tion replied Kendall Ill bet you that on or about tomorrow morning I pull old Toms nose V Old Tom was the major thirtyeight veIN old bald dignified oven pomp- on a martinet and his proper name was fbbmas Ordway Great Scott Youth be court marf tialcd mind shot uDQ you take mcT f eettainlydo but the money will do you no good except to pay for your funeral Ill risk that put up the fundsI 11madctwo nrstUeutenahts were appointed umpires The rest of the day was spent in wondering how Kendall was going to get out of losing his bet forI as to pulling the majors nose one might as welj pull the sec rotary of waj the highest official an r officer considers except thy president wboJs 9nfy supposed to figure in pardons But since no oho could guess what Billy was up to we finally drift ed Into yjgnt otunjiqdjwere jobllged to be content with this for the rest of the day and evening That night the surgeOn was c3 1edIup to treat Mosc the majors striker He fount Mose II IInettThe surgeon could not see that any thing was the matter wltfi tijm bin Muse persuaded him to report to the major that his striker was unable for ftheJust before guard mounting Kendall sent an orderly to Captain R abury to say ttiitmmisoon as the old guard hindI marched off some one of the um were to be nt Old Toms quarters i ready to observe the pulling1 of his nose 1lJp major was in a bad humor that morning in consequence of the ab 11anctwere usually attended to by Iose When the umpires heard the tramp of the guard that bad been iumrityfour htimirson duty going to thielrqumiriors all three of them moved at different times so tl not to attract alien U6ii IQ headqunrters Xeur thwdoor they rallied on the centtr and conferred ItWl8 agreed that Scnbury sliould inaiiU an excuse to go in stay aa long as he could then equip out tq be re placed by one of thin others Senbury entered asked the major some trivial question a matter diity mind cauK out reporting thac ihe uiiijor hud his coat off null His collar unhuttoucd while Kendall was stropping a razor ma few minutes lweiitiu anti came out to cepbrt that the nuijorwas in theijhajr Jh which Ioe usually shaved him Kendall wps lathering the rpmmandauts face Here comes Lieutcnsint SyUcs who had entered in his Urn laughing and slapping his hog Wllt1tISit ask Jd the othersI crowdingnround hink ButSyices was so full of laughter that he cottldntgo on Finally whet he recovered somewhat he said npoilQgeticaHymine liid to get sick last night and the surgeou reports that he cant sbavome this morning Mr Kendall Iris kindly come to time rescue anti under in fermil obligation ban- WlJitnJsit you Want Kcndall Svles went on is soot as the inajpibafd hinhiIud peaking took bold pf old Tpnis nose4tb the foreQiiiger andnnlmb of his Itt bath Lbt pulling it Urstipbni side then to the ott er looked hp at toe winked tnd began to siiavef the cpnitnalidafnt Ctrlerbns ptu L biflleve said BroAvn tuft t rctS calKondnii jjri id Mi 6ctpJesidfe Sure enough chlme ffiSeabilry Lets gomid find Cnrter At CarteVs quarters they told the tory pntlH1l captain agreed jhat tbeI joke was worth time stake In a little While Kendall came in aud told how he had bijbed Mose with n ten dol lar bill to fqbctn emetic to foul the surgeon afld stay In lied the nexi morning Knowing howr old Tom lreaBed ioigo without shave and pujdVt sbayebln self tlcniiall bOdI oahtorcd him to let him dottie Joht Classified Advertisements 1Ic1 a word for a slngk Ins rtlcaIc i wordfontftreLcifiseciilJve In sertions ca Word for each additional in sertion IQc a Word per month Scattered insertions ic per word pert Nothing inserted for less than ten kSjiStore room on corner of Maple and Broadway intiiedmU possession uivon hood si ltl 4X O Fprjnsurancc on Your Tobacco Qfice jnFfcIcJY Uujtldng Homa Phone 728 East Tern 26 Insure IB 900RSj ID RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE tPrttermtv Ulds Phone i8r BERKSHIRE BOARS FOR SALE iour fancy broil young English Berkshire hoars for sale at fanners prices W T Ogden Home phone 1 11flUv FOR RENT Rooms on Winn avenue with gas anti stable Apply Mrs lEmerson ll9lvk LOST rA ladys poekethook con bills mid small IiJ1311gCJctcell PiersnlrV store artdriThatcherV Mill MisWO Florence ll93t WANTED Fodder and feed lot for yearling cattle See BrDoivSl iGoff H95t t EOR RENTCJttl eonBrownlCourt ili modern conveniences W lie My News uince 1031tf RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good jHote Apply to H W Ectoiv at grocery 1010tf Northr1Il1Htf FOR RENTTwo rooms over Me Cord Phillips shoe store ao 27tf FOR RENT Half of cottage on C street 4 rooms F II Jackson 11I r TUNGSTtAMP3The Ice Company in order to encourage the Him r f etirremit have amassed with us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cot for the present 150 watt lamp JIO100 watt loam 120 watt lamp u 90 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and wo in order to introduce amim of useful electrical appliances arc selling them at tub lowest possi hie margin of profit fika fcnirlays fOI1FAR WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improved and on good pike not more than or 7 miles from Winchester TJRACr STOKELY 111tf L DRINKt j q JKMore ihllnwir Egotistic Poet TLcrc Isi story tpid of a French poet who ilnquircd pf a friend and flatterer what he thought pf his last work I have arrived at the fifteenth canto lit rj3plJQdVithinthii5Jasm and think there ispo more beauti fut and harjnouiousiin jlho laiigiiirge Psirdoh lOthC r isoncitbTriff said therpoet Ah pethsps you mean ClitcaubriaiidsVAtaldf Certainly nut mean fly sixteenth canto V WBush 6Cdmpap FIRE AND TORNADO tEiYINOFFICE iVNEY WING Phone 145 tJJ 1 fl i tI HAMPTON t51lD Cash fSDCOFP ROniC8 Vlcefruldent Mit Cc3Iiir Qark tounly I NationalBankstabUshni Accounts of Merchants farmers land Traders i CclleeteMade SolicitedI 1 Ctpital mid Surplus H 35000000 I Notice to Taxpayers hlIoinc avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelietltocolhectmhI of the tuxes by December 1st A Yours respectfully m W O nHOcKslflJilT 1015tf r B1USfljAttorneys at Ltw I5tk Floer McEidoTraey Buildinr Winchester KyI LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney t Law f l Office 5th Floor MOEnduwneyBuildii- Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky 1 j M STEVENS OH rr 11 IiOS IflHCE TO CITY JAX PAYERS iThll city taxes Ijavc bpen past lij slice JuIy1 Those o taxes will anpINovember 1 I will bd itin pfhVa iii the Clark County National Banij building each evening until 9 p m4 beginning October 3 1910 JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collcctorjg 930tf- SHORTHAND S I Standard Plionoginphy the slcftJ Oat legible shorthand Taught bmm course of individual iesonstI1best method of teaching Lary 234 S Highland street llotnej tIWINCHESTER ROILER MILLS The oldest and best institution iai the county is the Winchester Rolle Mills Why not use lume flour tht0 andilBUICK RUNABOUT Reducedto5750o Fully Equipped Top Windshield Gas Lamps Magneti attWJNCHESTERGARAGE 1 RITERII have secured the agency Lot this machine which is well known for ito iriiriibilify amid good wurl Will be plccscd to show the latest modcV l prospective punvliascrs Will elf l1tI r I f r c t y t rr SIX UP 0THE WINCHESTER XFW J r TETSOHATS li In Any ShapeH jtft 350-Hf ew Autumntiit Shirts0 w5y Johnson Murphy Shoes Antunto Neckwear r I Without Question this is THE FINEST DISPLAY of Mens and Young Mens Apparel we have ever shown II Not only are the better than ever before shown here but the exclusive style individuality and char acter which has always marked our famous MaxwellH Society ran d ClothesAppear to be more pronounced than ever in the fall models we want you to inspect themto recognize theirsuperiority Suits Overcoats to oo- oFWFAIDSTEWAHT I I COJt The Olfactory Test It may appear a whimsical theory that the successful grocery storo can yettherothat the rocery store which greets the nostrils with a certain glorious combination of odors of coffee tea and spiceslsalmost always a paying- investment From the Ideal Grocer 1i tl1e Wrong Pew At a Denver hotel a woman rent Into Tnc of the telephone booths and sat down It is not possible to get a telephone pjmiber from the booth the girl atUlie hoard has to call it The girl went to the boothuDid you want a telephone number she asked of the woman uXo replied the worn an Im just waiting for this ele- vatorto go First ctes of Music Music was tit first sound heard in till creation when the stars sung to- tetherGeorge P Upton ITheres a Limit Pa professor says that centipedes are perfectly harm less and that we should pat them on the back instead of swatting thPii inIright for a short talk on science but we know enough about human nature to imagine what the professor could do if a centipede jumped from headboard r1 his bed and tried to use his face for a merrygorouna in the middle of the liight IThe Woman in the Moon Samoan islanders believe that the moon came down one night and stole the woman Sina working in the twi light Never able to return to earth you may see her now in the moon with her mallet and the board on vhich she was beating out bark to malts cloth The Outcome willt RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coal the best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loa- dROYSE 6 BOONE Winchester Ky Both Phones i Robbed of Distinction Mary and her brother Albert bad been fpr several days Their grand mother in tolling a friend who called about their illftess said that Mary had some fever but that Albert had none After the friend had gone Albert who had overheard the conversation said in a tearful voice Grandmother how would you like it if you were ill and someone said you had no fever Poor Doctors Ancient Egyptian physicians belonged to the priesthood to thatcaste to which in addition to religious worship the care of all learning was intrusteJ And physicians as mem hers of the priestly college were in receipt of money and all manner of grub and good drinks from the tern pie funds How different today Some of the hungriest poorest crust chasers extant are doctors New York Press Holidayi recoe andiRAILROADTIMEi TABLES EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO rime Card In Effect June 21 J90f 4i Bound No 2 No t Doily Daih Station PM AM LtftjQgion 225 7a Winchester 305 83- L E Junction 3 20 1821- Clay City 90 Stanton 1r 50j 91 Campton Junction 1938 Natural Bridge 1430 943 Torrent 956 Beattyville Juno 510 1017 0 K Junction 005 111 lr Jackson 610 H2 Westbound DailyJDaily Sun 11045I8un1 IOut v Jackson 16101220 7 00 0 ft K June 70 r Athol 16151225 73 Beattjvffle June 754 Torrent 730 1341 8d5 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Juno 828 Stanton 17481357 854 Clay City 902 irLesington 1955160511025- THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos 1 ind 31 will make connections with the I 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will male connections with he L A Railway for Beatty dig Ky- CImnton JunctionTrains Nos 1 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers o and from Campton Ky 0 K Junction Trail Nos 3 ind 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations MgrTIASLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CmcuinatiKnordlle local arrives 1016 a m departs 1019 a a 33Cincinnati4aeksonvilleIa m No 9 iMaysvilleStanford local nth Cincinnati congestion at Paris rrives at 625 j departs at 635 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 p m Northbound No AtlantaCincinnati limited 457 a m No StanfordICaysvilla local sonnectine at Paris fir Cincinnati due at 715 leaves at 722 a m No KnoxvilleCincinnati lo pmNimited 558 pm All are daily except Nos 9 ant 10 whichare daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ipx Sun 853 a So 22 Daily1210 p fo 28 Daily Jk Sun 630 p ra Nro 24 Daily r 910 p in WestbpuiC 0To 27 Daily Tat Sun 7 22n m No 21 Daily 648 a m To 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p m No 23 Daily v 43i p m COUNTtY COURT DAYS Below ifthe days county cpurfa are Jield each month in cotin d 1 z t Sole Agents For Tt Famous rAJ New assortments and and 1500 Qlt034Yinchc5ter ties near Clark county Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon day MondayKuuibon Boyle Dnuville 3rd Monday MondayClark Kstill Irvine 3rd Monday MondayFleming v MondayGarrard Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday MondayJessamine day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday MondayMason Mercer Ilarrodsburg lt Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mol 8T Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 41U Monday SURELY BREAKS UP A BAD COlD The Most Severe Cold and Grippe Misery Will Be Relieved in Just a IFew Hours It is a positive fact that a dose of Pcpes Cold Compound taken ovjjfy wo hours until three consecutiv loses are taken will cure Grippe o weak up the most severeeold either in the head chest back toinnchi 01 limbs You distinctly feel the cold break ing and all the disagreeable grippe ynlptoms leaving after the very firs dose It promptly ends the mop miserable headache neuralgia pain dullness head rnd nose stuffed up feverishness sneezing sore throat running of the nose mucous ca tarrhal discharges soreuoss s stiffness and rheumatic twinges Papes Cold Compound is the resnl of three years research Itn eon ot more than fifty thousand dollars aittl fIa y hanIfoiirlusivoly hmottrltednit et teethe ii tiii Irertincutut colds or rrippc Takeilii limilcss oniponml jliifctod with the knowledge that tiore is no otlicr medicine made anv Citizens National Bank Capital Surplus SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS IJ 1andSend Us Your Laundry and we will fix it up like r thisWinchester Laundry Co = ol TirWfi sooa Nei v eIe in tin1 world whiih w cuie your fold or end O tipple iii as jjroiMjUiy and without any other iatalle or hud nftcr Affects a3 a tit iiicktjiO of Pipes CuM Cm pound which any druggist in world con supply u i Pafd up SI 000001 S51000 WE D v Work VJoe ff for Large Figures developedfiguresReduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unrided by straps or attachments of any kind will reduce the hips and abdomen from one to five irehes Price 300 upwards to 1000 1tMEINGARTGNBROS r r