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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1 fc t 1 ti tp 1 tyi w Sj S fif T jiflt b i VtLas t Editi II VOLUME5N023 H WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER II 1910 I CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS WEEK II IiBATH TUBS HOSPITALiii Forward Step in Sanitary Construe Apki lOUSTOX Texas Nov l1Aiiospitai without single bath tub that is the forward step in sanitary dpn tTttctioiv whicji is announced for j the great hospital building which the lhrtiuiijnhines are now constructing i at a cost of nearly half S lmuioja dollars In tine place oft TO ni nerbus snerwer baths have xHie Rfci iledfmd it ii claimed this ixlpne in the interest of both the iwyscians find the patients It is pointed wit that frequently it patient cjin not be moved from his cot or to Aveiak to he placed in a tub but that he can be rolled under a shower ajid given his daily bath in comfort- fieiphysicians and surgeons claim it aspmucli more convenient for them to step under the shower than to be com pUled to use the Oldfashioned tubs aiulitm these days of ntivancedsir gery the physician must be as thor ituj ly z d os his instruments Tipbig tuTrwith itt broad surface indmany pipes is also held to mjieiumbife unsanitary than the show ei4 bath iwith its bath of limning wat er ami simple equipment 1 WORK ON SEWERS i jS PROGRESSINGj- Number on of Men tyreaJJYJ t StartJDn Maple Street Monday 7 vjC jsjderable progress has beer in4he construction of the sew e pgc jsyjlteni during the past week ge number of mom were put if wrof Monday morning mid JLworl vttrtnv rt pi ssc lraplUy Themeniarc BroadwayitItlqrn r man j peK have been put down in Poyii tefsviilcj y SvPIE AND CAXE SALE yTber church wi1i have u pie and cake sale Friday iugW11 8 oclock Everybody is in vited 4 ri wow- Tlie regular monthly meeting of Yipcliesier Camp YoO W will befit m Fraternity Building FriI plIZ Will BE MISSED Lesi n Says Prospects fop Years Players Look Very A iGood Must Observe Discipline ii iPITTSBUUG Nov 1lWiC ninitzOO with the team next seas SfiJV President Dreyfuss of Puts 9rg fis ked t0e Avill libt same the reply r iifts been given his chance ierf5nd inns failed to take adyan tg4f tim opportunities Avhieh pre allfe bdiThdof and I Relieve this will b MeaLIiim I know he isnt anxious tfpiiiwith us rigain and we will plaeriYt ly hip to the club discipline v WF live 29500 this year fo- ritv5phyrf Some of them look ery good nhd it may be that they jitall i iy holes that might be made StejbleAiid Ferry give promise of be gVtsivQcessful pitchers if they are Gkmhitz wit not be missed so much 1nrdrbe too that we will land who are good tiRU ANGLIN MAY LOSE VOICE kI P1ysians Treat Talented Abtress EF Nasal Trouble Which May Rob S 1i frIf Vocal Power- s4LDXIGTONKY Nos 11 1rns argariet Vnglin who appeared the feSi a House October 3nit 1 t The Awakening fire n Riohie is V i k i i s t j f It Ie 4ria t zI THE WINCHESTER NEWS A n now iit Chiwigo under tile treatment of physicians for a nasal trouble that may rob the talented actress of her vocal powers At the time of her appearunqe in Lexington Miss Anglin was suffering from a serious cold contracted a short time before her arrival here and the trouble sherisnow experienc ing is thought to be the result Miss Anglin isnownt the home of Mrs 0 HcG Howard in Chicago Where her physicians ore treating her for what they term a serious af fection ojtbe nasal organs and the operaItionher vocal organs Miss Anglin is best remembered in The Backsliders Xera Anti gone which she presented at the University of California last summer Cyrraio de Bergeras and The Great Divide She has also played several Shakespearian plays among them Hamlet As You Like It and took the part of Julie in Riche lieu Virginia in Virginius and Mercedes in Monte Cristo Her firsl professional OfifpCBiTanee was in Shenandoah whilli was offered at the Academy of Music in New York in 1894 r SEASON OPENS NOVEMBER 15 Unlawful For Any Person NonRes ident of State of Kentucky to Hunt Without License Quail Partridge or Pheasant No person shall at any time catch kill or take by means of net trap box orI nare or have same in possession af terhiiiving been so caught killed ot taken any quail partridge or pheas ant Rabbits and ySqirrelsUnder the Act of 1904 squirrels cannot be killed bcteen the 15th day of Sep tember and the loth day of Nobel and tie loth lay of November No person shall IdllOI pursue with such intent or lie in his posses i onwheliso killedany rabbit or squirrel between the 15th day of Sep tember ant the 15th day of Novembei in each year Act of March 18 1904 No person shall catch kill or pursue with such intent or have the same in possession after it inns been caught or killed amy black or fox squirrel between the 1st day of February and the 13th day of June in each year Provided gray squirrels may be kill ed for tine protection of crop- sDoveNo person shall catch orJ killor pursue with such intent or have in possession after it has been caught or killed any dove between lstttinyWild Goose Teal or Wild Duckc TNq person shallcatch or kill or pursue Avith such intent or have the same in possession after it inns boom caught or killed any wild goose woodduck teal or other wild duck between the first day of April and the loth day of August in each year Woodcock No person shall catch kill or pursue with such intent or hnve the same an possession after it has been caught or killed any wood cock between the 1st day of Pebru ary and the 20th day o2 June in each yearPossession With Prohibited Evidence of Guilt Tdie possession ofI any of tine animals or birds intended- td be protected by this law within tine periods for Avhieh their killing or pursuit is hereby prohibited shall be prima facie evidence that the said animal or bird was unlawfully caught or killed Section License 1950Ior sameice as is subject to in st Empires one year from date of issue Nonresident Hunters to Have Li cense It shall be unlawful for any person Avho is a nonresident of tine State of Kentucky tp hunt anywhere within the State of Kentucky any of tine wild animals fowls or birds that are protected during any part of the year witiotca license to do so and then only during the re spective periods of tine year when itI shall be lawful to do so PROTRACTED MEETING Lnkejlandthe new Baptist Churchat tine Courthouse This will be the beginning of 3 protracted service that will contin ue through the week and possibly longer Mr Shepherd has not as yet accepted faie call that was ex tended to him 4 f i i i r 1t ENTERTAIN AT AUDITORIUM Mrs Curtis Evans and Mrs N R Ratliff Charmingly Entertain on FortyTwo nllRatliffeharmingly nrnirah1yfittedon this occasion was ftenutifriUy decorated uvitli stately patted plants rtwolicious Thanksgiving menu was son cd consisting of hot buttered beaten biscuits sliced cold turkey cranberry jelly celery chicken srilad on lettuce leaf and coffee The party was one of the prettiest social events of the autumn IS CREATH TAYLOR AT HOME Entertains About Twenty Friends in Honor of Her Eightieth Birthday To Give Reminiscences Mrs Creath Taylor entertained about twenty of liar old friens Mon day evening the occasion being her eightieth birthday The evening was spent in social converse reminiscen cesctc and refreshments were serv ed The many friends of the hostess hope she will live to celebrrte many more birthdays Mrs Taylor has promised to write some remininiscences of the city of Winchester for the paper She wa bern in the house where Mrs Car tie Buckner now lives whiqh was then the Southern part of the city MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED IN 1813 Mrs S A Lipscomb of This City Has in Her Possession License For Mar riage of Her Grandparents Madison County Set These are to license and permit you to join together in the Holy State of Matrimony James Munday and Joicy Chenault both of the county aforesaid Munday having entered into1 bond conditioned as the law directs Given tinder my land as clerk to the county court Approved this the 9thiday of September 1813 To any person authorized to celebrate the rites of matrimony WILLIAM IRVINE sMr and Mrs Munday were the grandparents of Mrs S A Lips comb of this city and the original license is in her possession COLORADO WOMEN IN LEGISLATURE Four Will Sit in Eighteenth General Assembly as Result of Tuesdays Election DENVER COLO Nov 11Four women will sit in the eighteenth Gen eral Assembly of Colorado as a re sult of Tuesdays elections TIicA ire Alma LafTcrty Louise U Jones and Louise M Kerwin all elected re presentatives from Denver districts on the Democratic ticket and Agnes Riddle Requblican represent ating Adams Arapahoe and Elhert coun ties In the last general assembly ills Lafferty who was reelected was the only woman representative There are no women Senators ACCUSED Of I GRAVE OFFENSE Mrs Laura Schenck is Charged with Attempting to Murder Her Husbands WHEELING W VAi 1 Mrs iura Farnswortli cheinit wife of Jbhn 0 Schenck a nuUibn ai4fkpcker of this city was ar 69t id and locked up Yednesday night OflK iarent isucd by Pro secuting Attorney charging the at tempt murder of her husband by ad iministiviting poisoivdli IlLS food Mr Schenck was takento the North Wheeling Hocpital two weeks ago and since thatiinie repeated attempt tnkenISshencks relatives taAIr Schenck is in n critical condition The arrest was made Yeanesdayi night following l ece ptof telegmm from chomiste in NewYork and BalV timorc giving the analysis of mineral waters alleged to have been admijiis tered to Mr SchcnBk during his illness Mrs Schenck isinjail and is not admitted to bail She refusedTo make a statement regarding the nile gallons watelrThe Baltimore telegram came from chemists at Johns Hopkins Hospital PRESENT rAFT SAILS I PANAMA Will Spend Four Days on the Isthu mus Returning to Charleston About November 22 CHARLESTONS C Nov 11 President Taft sailed Thursday for Panama to get in personal touch with the conditions along the big canal President Taft sailed on the armored cruiser Tennessee with the cruiser Mbnatum as a convoy He will make the trip to Colon in four days President Taft expects to be oiithe Jstli mus four days and is due back in Charleston November 22 The trip in purela business one and the President was accompanied only hy bis brother Charles P Taft Secre tary Norton and two aids physicrfin and stenographer JAKE NOBLE IS m AT LARGE pula1Breathitt is Expected ni Making Arrest I JACKSON Ky Nov 11JakeN- oble slayer of Wesley Turner jail er of Breothitt county whom he shot and instantly killed about 9 oclock- is still at large Turner was one of tie most poular officials of Breathitt county and had a large relationship Turner has been a strong support or of A Floyd Byrdr for Congress and was coming up College avenue near Court street in cornpcny wit Pearce Crawford Jr J and Marioi Hall when the party met Noble Aiic was drunk but seemed to be friend ly Noble asked Crawford to let Iliin look at his pistol jvhich he felt ii Crawfords pocketand Crawfori yielded to the request rather thai have trouble with Noble inNpble sooner got he pistol in his hands thins he beg lll firing at Turner who was only a few feet ray three of the shots taking effect Ihll fired soy oral shots at Noble as lie jan but it not known that any of them tool effect A posse was hurriedly Summpneir and went in pursuit of the assassiE but no clue has yet been discovered Another posse was formed early Wed nesday rmd lead jby Deputy Sheriff Gray Haddbc better known as Game Gray and left for Lost Creek where the immediate relatives of Noble live Trouble is expected in making an arrest when the fugitive is found as he is a dangerous man and bus never been arrested until he licd foVight te the last ditch Noble has killed it if said five men this nutkinghis sixth in Breabhitt county i No cause can be given foi tlie trou ble except that Noble Avho hap been in jail many times has become incensed at Turner because Of tli j r formunce of some official duty that was not pleasant to Noble Some time ago Noble ivan found AviUv a razor concealed in the jail and that Turner had taken away from him ON LEGAL BUSINESS Miv J Tevis Wilkerson exSheriff of Fayette comity AVas in the city several hours Friday morning He was on his way from Lexington to RiehmondivhemJioa s to lookaft some legal matters Special sale of lagpopular sheet mdsic for5 Saturda t 10 cents a copy r PhiulipDmu t9ret t 0 1Fs IIOBACCO BARN I IS DESTROYED Origin of Fire is Unknown Heavy Less is Entailed in Tobacco De partment Called Out A large tobacco barn on the farm vf Miss Mary Tiraberlake on the Ruckenille pike was destroyed by fire Thursday niglit The barn con tained a lot of tohacco belonging to Mr Charles Scott which waS also destroyed entailing ft Jieavy loss Thctfbrigih of the fire unknown The jive made such a light tit it seemed as though it was near the city arid the fire department was called out They started out tIm Muddy icck pike hut after going a short distance saw it was too far out for them to go and returned to the en gine house AUDITORIUM The Milliards in their laughing success the clodhopper and the- ghlVis booked to play the Auditorium Friday night Saturday matinee and Saturday night in connection with Al H Jackson with a fine list of songs and stories The Milleads car ry their own scenery and offer one of the best acts on the road today The pictures selected for Friday are very good The nightt arranged a treat for the ladies children that attend the matinee Sat urdry Ea lhlmly that attends this matinee will be given a nice souvenir picture and every child that buys a ticket wIll get a box of good candy Tihe house will be comfort ably heated so that you can enjoy tin splendid show TWO BROTHERS ABE ARRESTED N IttoMatt and Farris Simpson two brothers happened in the city Wednesday night in an intoxicated con ditfon Their conduct AvUs such that it wys necessary for them tobef taken to te Mullius House for safe keeping r nd Thursday afternoon Judge FI P Tendleton assessed a fine of 610 which they were unable to pay and they will remain at the Mullins House for several day- sENTERTAIN AT FORTY TWO1 Mr and Mrs George Hen Give Ele gant Party at Their Handsome Home Thursday Evening enterItBinedFortyTiwo party resiIdenceby great yellow chry placed hero Und there with ntJemumsI artistic end harmonious Following the games which enthusiastically enjoyed a weref menu consisting of chicken lettuce leaf red stuffed peppers buttered beaten biscuits orange ice with Maricano cherries cheese sandwiches coffee and whipped cream was served COMPARATIVE TRANQUILITY Prevails in Mexico City on Account Qt Repressive Measures Mopted By Mexican Authorities 1 MEXICO CITY Mexico NoAvll 4Repressive measures adopted by the Mexican authorities prevented Thursday ii repetition of Wednesdays scenes in the capitafand resulted iiij a day of comparative hlnqulttJoI An aMeinpt was made by tIle dem iilitlIfti 4S s4Sj moving The foreign office has assured Ambassador Wilson that there riotingVisitsMinist r Creel and the American Am bassador aiid a Acrliil reply was giv en by the former to Mr Wilsons ur gent message of Wednesday concern ing the insult to the United flag and to the American StatesI What the nature of tine inItimatellwriting and formally transmitted would show a proper attitude on tine part of the Mexican Government As surances Avere also given that sever al newspapers whose utterances have incited the demonstrations would be suppressed One of the latter El Paos Thurs day printed a suggestion for a boy cott throughout thc R pnblic An other El Dimrie Del llogtiir published a cartoon depicting the Mexican peo ple clubbing Uncle Sam while in the background was pictured the burn Spring5lexasReports AvhicOi were sent to the United States that an attempt had been made upon the life of Ambassador Wilson were without any foundation RIOTS AT GUADALAJARA GUADALAJARA Mexico Nov 11 For three hours Thursdiny a mob of several hundred mennightI boys of the lower class streets here in imitation of the ers in the National capital Wednes AmeliIcansdamaged but so far as is known no lives were lost The city is practically under martial lawjand it is believed tine anoting will oon cease Police detachments and Tenth Federal Cavalry arc guard ing tie American consulate where Consul Samuel E Magill was threat cried Four squadrons of the Same troops are patrolling the American residence section rnd the pUce art guarding American business house- sTRIAL 10 BE HELD SATURDAY Postponed on Account of Illness of Henderson Who Was Thought to Be Fatally Wounded The trial of James Townsend cut and Avounded Will whoI jvill be held by Judge F P ton Saturday afternoon The trial hrd been postponed on account of the serious illness of Henderson whir was at first thought to be fatall wounded INMATE OF COUNT- YFARMPASSES AWAY Body of David Abner Will Be Buriet in Dunaway Cemetery Saturday Morning David Abher inmate of th County Farm aged 65 tiled Thurstkr nSght of complications incident t old age His body will be buried ii the Dunaway cemetery Saturda morning at 11 oclock TROVATORE A large audience hetard the Shee- han Grand Opera Company rendei the well known opera II Trovntorc at Itihe Winchester opera house Thursday evening It was one of the mo popular picturesque and tuneful presentations ever given here anti jArws greatly appreciated Married men make better clerks than sing leone4 they are not in such a hurry to get home in thc evening CALLED MEETING The Kings Daughters will meet at 3 oclock on next Friday afternoon inimediately following the Bible Class meeting to make arrangements for a Christmas Hizaar LOOKING AFTER TAX SUITS State RcvenueThflicer M P Re hon and toot this deputies Were suitsrccenUva Saturday aiiet Moiulay special sKeet musi atlpVcenfe a copy V 5Pullips Drug StoreS 11fl2ttSSS i MEATHER Fair Tonight and Saturday CALEB POWERS MAY BE UUSIED1S tri tnCongressit Asked to Deny Powers His Stbfoi the Ground That He Was Thrice Convicted of Felony 7 LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 11TI ports which were freely circulated lffirmedleaders are to the CiTeettimttt thereris a movement under way itpljhavc the enorJ1iOKentucky certed effort to have CAleb Powers ousted from His seat asa RepreSehta tire of the Eleventh KemntmnikyDi- strict Congress it is reported will be asked to deny Powers his seat on the ground that he iiis5 bhricc been con rioted of a felony and has not been acquitted bya jury Governor Wilt sons pardon It s contended dptjs not have the sazrt effect avanae quittal on the cnrge of complicity in the Goebel assassination Tine Louisville Times says qWhile Caleb Powers thrice conr victcd and twice pardoned for d complicity in tine assassination 1 Gov William Gocbel Inns been cleeteel to represent the Eleventh District i nthe Congress of the United States which meets on Maxell 4 neit he m after all fail to realize the anpihipn of his life as itis cithat6micerted movement will be matlS jythe Democratic delegation from Kentncky eiigibjtjoIliCbeen charged ncl convicted of ojeli ony and has never been acquitted ny a jury cIA We next House of RcpresenlttV tivcs will be ove vljelniingly Demo cratic Powers is expectcA tp a hard row to hoe Avitlr the ctmMs- that he will InVthe tobdgganafttnthn investigation his case It s i1t Cdout byptoniinent pemocratVWat Yjramtram resting under tliefchafge v6f wliici lie could orily bri ftcth1byniver diet of acquittal by it iury Congress is the sold judge of the wqnahfications of its member arid Powers fate would rest ejitirely with the majority Winnie thieinitatie in nteDemocratsthat the State will be dis riice liy baring as Represehtitivfi hitro American Congress a ttan chafgoil with and three times coriVjcted of be ing a party to tlie blackest crime in the history of the State it is also said tfahtjjlfharm to allow Powers to retain rihls eat under such circumstances V While Powers liolds the disti1ctfQI of being twice pardoned the first is ned by YoS Tr ylor a few days afr tel the assassination hiS held null iiid void by the court lie received a ree and full pardon at the hands f Gov Willson last year which it is icld by some has the same effect Vs Sn acquittal However it is pointed ut that the whole nwtter rests with Congress to determine from which there can be no appeal Colonel Bennett H Young was isked whether a law existed nuiking t possible to prevent a Inaii einai4eI vith felony fro mpccupying lScutJl1 ongress to which inquir Colonel oung replied There mry be such a sfjtm y tit r do not rccallitustjtoC- ongress Howve las the uthotttqjtfi- om its body any peasOa c n 11wtct for any reason whatSQQver fit it hold so honorable apsifionjaii37iiy opinion is that Caleb P wJt11 sjhpuld be put out f- Fools try to convintc a woman Init wise men persuadp Itemj NOTICE On account of the dentin 6f my hus band W1L Young I ilUeirthe enf tire stock of goodsneJudgg jjral line of groceries dry goods no tions etc I will iaJso ltin se the building previously occupied by hint at Becknervilkv TiltS S EY oucL i1i142LSion UTE TO ClASSIfY FOR SALETwenty meat hogs weight from 175 to 350 pounds Apply J 0 PiersalK lillr3ti LOST A nail ot bAby kid love iwJiiteV lve t Rnjard Stewart Companyt 111i1t t r I 4 i 1ir rz I a I 4 4 4 4T11t1N1 TTr j THE WIP CH ESTEK NEWSUJ1ir E HN l 1IM1Gt Maif I l mm i r 0 iWM 1 WriAi 6tod- + flu j 2 ail itt r wiJSf IckyLo Lft W hi Dy tSind Y J 4 nted SeCQfldulS mter1- Msveb28 1908 t the pstoffic ejt ititriky nde ti AeJ ot Ifitch 3 287 f JI f MiIiPITtUMTE s tYI If- lDy t r fQv 1k MOtb o 150 iJlhII 25 y iadvLlloL it1IN tAtfS Inchv DispIyPer One ttfiVri niiv Pflitinri 25 Tree timeg j wiifhri one week 50 Onweek ontitmousir 100- 0ncfenv9Hi ino aoptinuQusly SOi Poet eeh2 4 times a week 2AO foui TJje i1th e time sa Week 180 P ieks two times a ifreek 12 Pciifrwe kone time a week 71i Riidlnjj boOcePerLIfle- Biisines Ap c sbodv lypjf 71fc- iPui iadn7news heading 15c Thf i contrrruoui iuserions of same rtena aV douBle the onolirae rat CtasjfiedPer Word One iqtttun aijy editjon l Fhree inertio ontinu6nsg 2 E9h1ic addiioha inserbns On cndar ino cotioti1yN- oibh Qtlntea 1csstbi1n 10 or Nit dciii iarged on books for than 25 cents 1 PiPERJiEfRESENTED FOR FdilEIGH rt ADVETISING9Y THE E5sA SDtFATJD N r NbAL O NEW JYQUK flDCflICAGOi BRAiCiES IN ALL TItF PRINCIPAL CITIES J FRIDAY NOVEJrtib II 1910 t THfe FIRST 30CIAUST CONGRESAN- Ut Li 1 r i ilist SQ Vst 40 be qied to Cbngresj b of Odritt n paentiic 1Thiz fifty years of e VJien a 6y Ife caiiie with his em to tins eity THQ hfory 1I1111nt1Q c1S1nfleb4 nifro tWtn 12 OMen lie uii iMf have bread to feed hisbhih tfr fiieFi ivattn it But foe fed hiK befeved bbhks4ik nifJ 55feefej Pflnviji Oat vlQ P3iflofl1iU- LDit LfltO feqfl liis iiiiijd and Avarin htS enthusiastic soul jtls lived iJin oOcenfeawfeek room lie was so hiisenWie phys oaljS that lie UQLtulkit1JQt this pdijtof histlifo JQ was Appointed rtca lhof Ger nwlin invtiSfe iilwaiikeb high school u1 licld the osition for several YUrn Jl1rwfut 8hoi11 t3ijs entl3 r il tJl ryu fcliis job Ahici i 1iiit bfa81i1 inttthon his tnbc ctnd a Vftrni lireiu bis ibdni in order to aiuicit aGonhaii Spciulist daily A woitb1y OtiIL 1urUy have s c cede1tt1krcUttlcli less o daily 4lIIii feaVijigR tni fiof his fiiehHATng Vefe JCistf and afaiii chine a petiod1 of sittivatibn NAtid icz1fl j er l poJ ui i1itafJ6and trIOd1J orgtniz9the Eurtiu y pebn s tiin nlJltb Stt Lotii eonvefilioi- of thIL prty ieixljebj wa jjupiisoned for his acHyity in tbeinji li hn Riailjvuy tTmohjfitiuke Bergir Visited huh at Wbodsloei Jailliertr Chicago He hloiight 501Y At rar fC1ftiLi- 1Jp thi F hkt c Sein1iof 1th Silice bs the QrzItraflag IfaUr fliidjB rijpr jl stident or giiujipr affd fatcsnianj liave worked togetlieV Jti wi aft exlUpr of f he JKhva ukee w rJ t1efTillItl tftld lie SoiI- 1 iati licrSllt1 1tig1ii that Bc lilt ills 3ife vidjirk t9blHl Up ii pooi1iil gtI1izutlil ic g5iaJL9J1y 9 lU t h e 14hi Ai iJ i4i1 r CHESfERffllTO MANUFACTURING CO r But he believes tfae people should offer to pay the pVesent oAYners of the trusts icv Cr rwtrrl d hn eohifeoaio Uicnf V In 1in interaeV since his election enitI We have had iiiiiiineit in Con giressTTTgood lJt11en too buV bocjaiise they HnVc allied thenipelvos with one of the other OJtiVe capifaHft parties ihcy have losttnoir individualjty and 1lctY v fiom all entanglements That does not mean Jicnveti that i wWytyfc shl be in O1lQh1k1O1I or 2iiut the XJoveniineiU Deserve diig1t to consider all mejis rires from the viewpoint of the work ingmau ami vote according as that flans will be affected The impression now prevailing urijong the working people that there Is an alliance between liive normal in terests 4rtid the Democratic party will Increase socialism The Socialist vote is something thnt both of the old parties niust take in to account in the future Some of nhrgitIarc getting sql utcycll tEyitiLto look from under their drooping biim hints Four1 States according to the con sus have less farmers Mian they had ten ycfars ago Missouri Kansas Vermont and Delaware Anything to down Roosevelt is the attitude of a certain ass of Repiib Jlicahs Gentlemen youhre making n isfake Whether yoit like his poli cies or not they will prevail in tihis country In their exultation over success the P astcrri State undei untried Jeaders some of the pcmoCriits uo Vnclineti to stieerHi tl ryanTbiS Is neitber wifee bi in afood tfisfe Tht cost of making a good road is lCl thnh the liidiroct expense of bad oad to thpSe that must travel over it Teiiifeswee goijig Republican and Massti4hmictts l10C1 rr tint illutvalions of judependoni voting Jake Noblo was in tie custody of the Viiichestev courts recontly He went back to 1hc s6n nd Inllcd tbi jailer of Breatnitt county and imhidd lateiy lipft tljo shy Our genial jail hopes thn ho hniat Heading tliis way Out IJepublicau fiierida tlujik tihat the cbixnteclcr hits crowed loiig enough Bra Pciry of the Sun Sentinel and the fcws iray not be a piophct but lie certainly dil the fine guess jug the lay before the eloctioif Nolulhi111 try this Who will be the next President of the United SiiteWinehestei Deinocrat Wait until we get over what Jiap pened f SHALL WOMEN VOTE If lC1Iiti minioTiig would vote Dr Kfag New Life Piili h6 true rem ey for women For banishing lflfl fagged feelings bacfrafihe brJiead ache constipation disiSelliii coldi Im aVfing appetite and tohiuffnp the r th te has riDiuinlNoticetoTaxpayerS tY bavbut a ewTnoroda g eI Ire thq penalty is adiled Ooino sbn1tolj the taxes by December 3tr tou respectfully W O EROCJf iSlrtitin I0lqtf DRINK R i Aolat j f jt CERTAINLY IS PLEA JAIITLv to itote fhc Jiaiidsome cffA our grill work rpduees It gives a tone toI rboffl 01 Mil that hot hriqh arid nj fistic Come smd see what u ohoieo of designs and finishes you can ejioose from vVJiilq herotakn look at sonie ofour other mill work youll find plenty of this to beauti fy you i hoine at n moderate cost J r t e tH AUDITORIUM hi TAiRE JNC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November ii aid 12 t rl AL H JACKSON SONGS AND STORIE- DTHEMILLARDS In Their Laughing Success The Clodhopper and the Girl V2QQQ feet AUDISfcOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT v House opin 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated J atiiieie Saturday Afternoon 2 3o Admission 10 cents to all parts ofhouse r Seals BlOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS t j lotld Each lady that attends the matinee at the Auditorium the treSat1 iirtlay at 230 o oloc receive a every1bhbox of candy llIO2t Sutol ifirfijii Milo SltUJ1 t1UHfl Monday Big selection at 10 Phillips mjr Store t1111t NOTICE TO CITY Ij TAXPA Y RS q Pile city laSes have bncilmlst thu- inee July 1 Thc owing taxes vfil IOituthCUnand icitle at once and effectNovemberiji the Olarrk County Nrttional Bank jbmldlng each 6venin nJilil 9l pm beginning October 3 JUOIJARA MGOUIIT City Tax Collector 930tf ULJIIIY ONE DOSE- ENDS INDIGESTION Heartburn Gas Dyspepsia ana HeadI ache Vanishes and YourS Stomach l Will Feel fine if yourniciilsdpift lit comfortably 1y011llraup if lead on your lytomach if tueic is difiiculty in breathing afftr eating eructations of sojir undigcst1 jed food and aeid heartburn brfivli or avbelchiii of gas you cnn nike tip yduv imnd tlutt you need stiniefhing toj stop food fermentation and cure iii i1igfloti oUoo4i1I wtt of your body yrtu inusl rid your Stomach of pnisoi j excessive ufl laud stonwHh gas ivJiioJi sours your entire hiorj iniort rup tvifh digestion and caii eK so inanv suJTereirs f Dlspepsia Sick nciuiaciic flhiohiilis- tConsfiatihn Giiplnjj io Your ea vis no dilfeehtryou art1 V stom ach snffcrerj t lOh von tiny taIl it tyRo ie other ui5jryou1I real and oiily Croiiblft is lUaf whiw you enl lop iOtdge1lylthtqUie4dy frtnoiiti anti S i Inst ifly Un lieIIltlrII1lLilOfl hilIIsuH ra jiyc1 iniiiitgHttfter taking i single dose thaft FennenUition and SonT 4tonw rtiris Vinsiiig the misery oWthfligestion to No niatter if youfcall your trouble Oatarrh of the Stomach NervousnesS or Gasfaitis or by cither lnnllIalxvajs remember iluit t cure is waiting nt Any lrugWtorellie mo meat you decide to begin its use Papers Diapepshi will regulate any outof order Stomach witiin live minutes and digest promptly without any 1itss or discomfort iill of any kind of lijod y ucnb SHORTflANU Jo oif Standard P4pliography the slioVt cst legible shorthand Taught by ji course of imlividnnl lessons thej bcs n UlOr1 of teachjng known J C fjarylU ft Highlfind street Home ipbdne 737 TUNGSJtN lAMPS The Winchostbr TJaihvay Ligut Ice Coinpuny in order to encourage the use of current hayo arranged With ItS to reduce liTS prire of Tungsten Hrtnipsto cost for thc prpseht laO watt lamp t v 170 100 watt lamp n i n 120 AvattPlainp 40 watt lamp 70 2o watt laiim ti and we in order to introduce a ninn applianccible margin of prolit for a few lAys VJX KLECTHIC SUPPLY MX TjYiUIiV TWO MINUTE CURE FOR COLD l HEAD qR CHEST andrGet bojvl tiwce qnajriors roll of boiling water utiFv towel Pour into the water a leaspponfaT of IIYOMEI piouqunccd lligho jme4 Put your hclpOQ1tho bowl ani coyer both headland howl with towel Breathe the vapor tVt arises fol1 two cminutes itnd presto your head is as clear asv y bcjl and the tightness in the chcsl is goilc XpitUiiglikc it to break up a Tcavyj cold curu otctIi10at or drive 4lwa- a y cough It a e1 jiit euro YouilI fuel ai once ItS sobtiiijig beneficial elfects as itpjrSges over the inflamed find irtilited 3heiiiJrane OrytiHyonici Inhalcnt Spcciul sale opiate popular sheet music for Saturday ami Jlbuday at 10 centsa copy Phillips Drug li112t- Store V W Bosh 6 Company tFIREANQ TQRNADO INSURANCEJ IINCHETRjKy OFFfCP McEthWNErllUItDiNCPIior Id A Woman 9 s Warning is flerCOthbS rW1 your couiit looks iiithis OUe 1Us yixxlhurys combijiatioij tlnir Tonic nt 4 dfmadeSi real t and hairiiff to5cdlJr Vo dont1Lite to wait fur rcsultJ4iUierror the effect It nuticednflr thel1airtQQtIltitrowth of Toag bcoutiful hair WOODBUYS HAIR TONIC thehuRiry Ml druggists or decrirqIn II1tYOI1MIr3 CO51IMY47tVet 41i Srot ew York SrTWO Zi otc J tA iwc i8 irp1t1r r 4 i l 5Dn g Slftj t ojr t W t i f l Y 5 ft I i l WFLLtPflOMOTt5BEAUiwWoien won w derful help from Buekjeivs Arnica Salve It- banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies luc face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chappel hands Host for burns scojds f sores cuts bruises and piles 25at the Win chester Drug Company WINCHESTER tiEAHUSTLE i fVi 1 JJ QQ OOt Undivided Profits 1200000 rHECWincherest Bank QF nWINCHE5TE KY N H WiTHE SOON e 4ep EWR SPHAR Cashier It H l1 11fu it soLIciTS YOU- R1ACCOUNTU l WiQc8er lI iY I HOUSE November 141 1Q IIt I w FMANN fRESENIS Wm Winterhoff THE PAP50N IN TIjAT GREAT MORAL PLAY T 18 IE FIGHTING PARSON Endorsed by Press and Pulpit as the best pastorinl play ever written COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL A iiFIGHT FOR HONOR FIGHT FOR MOTHER FIGHT FOR THE PULPIT I L i Jt Seat now on 1eat Strqdes Drug Store Downstairs 2535 SOc Gallery 2Slc r NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER rT tIIf iny fiifends liuIdttrbluiulere thinking I was a doomed victim ol tlinIyears tsaw every nttemptto cure n lung racl inj cough f1ilAt lust I tried Dr Kings Xojv DiscoVcry Tlie ffcct was wonderful It soon stopped tin cougli and I am now in better health than IhaVehad for years This won derful life saver is an linriynicd rem edy for coughs colds lagrippcj astli ma cronp hcinoiTliages wfrpbpin cough or iveak lungs oOe 100 Trial bottld free Guaranteed byiliP Winqhcsler Dnij Co CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brow- nPdHotiu Tlotel iTrenph Dry Clean lug pressing and dying All vorF guaranteed Phone 528 Wincfhes tel TvV 1182wks NOTICE Each lady that attends the mat inee at the Auditorium theatre Sat urday at 230 oclock vilf receivlH beautiful souvenir ictflre jSntf vSry child buying a ticket will get a nice box of 11021 ftrJCLh fef y s Volrtld MEN WAN1t Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks 800 toI40n a YearFree Scholarships re OffereB v t Imcle Sam holds examinations for railway inail clerks postpfllc clerk orMiTiavautu kpuse and depart nie tajldleiks Prepare at nnpe fot the eoiuig axntlUl ution co 1W t powimtpe J Peop1ets 6tatetBankPAID UP CAPTAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 v t 6In our short history ofa ftw years we have lilt up a busi 3 ness of which we are justly proud i We are pleased with out business because of the volume to 1i which it has already attaincU and the prospects for its future l growth We are gratified becausewe have established a reputa f for fa r dealing with our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coiti ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a wen as the rich depositors We wouM like very much to have yon enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially iuvite you to make us a visit anti invesJigate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier 1J L BROWN Pros L B COCKRELL V Pros be made Common school cduest lion is all you need pfty and country peo pIp have equal chance Start to pre jftire now free information Free scholarships this month Write im mediately to Central Schools Department A 38 Rochester N Y SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFE Thu very jrravo smned toynvn be iuja JO ulspuuJr pfoH on3 inshw 101 Wlllll after seven I1PAI1ifrom Winchester two story frame Iwcllin s with rooms 2 jT9ot stable holds 4 acres porchesI 36 Ice house and all oilier outbuildings 1 large young orchard in full bearing Cueing good Divided into four lots all wellWatertd All in rass except 8 or 10 jwrrcs Close to jUpod school Pricei000 FARM NO 258acrcs 6 miles rom Winchostcr on good pike7 lia t twoStory frame dwelling of rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco Ice liotise chicken houses noah house meat house corn crib hog houses and other oAt buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one beinji veil watered and every fence in first lass condition Has large young rchard in full bearing Close tri ood school and churches and in Jess han a quarter ifIL mile from railroad station Will allraise good to bacco A bargain st 8OOO FARM NO 3tb acres Ja mil 4 from Win flcstcr ohgood pike ruts twcslory frame welling oC 7 ooms 2 porches slock barn oaerc obacco bnin good cellar mia all out juildings all in good condition ds idod in 5 tracts all well valcrcd nd fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in grass Wihi onehalf mile of good school church tore and post mec and blacksiijiili hop Price 0000 FARM NO 4Co acres 7 milo froni Winchester onequarter mile from railroad sta ion has twostory frame dwelling of 0 rooms new slack arn 4acrc tobacco barn all n1 ces sary outbuildings Woll wftcfroill iVitli pool wclland Creoles Alt sAil side fencing good Abolit t3 iciosj In cultivation balance n grass Price 0000 i iif1 s4srFARM NO 5110ncrc rnU s I from Winchester b frame dwelling with 7 rotmVVtMirertiBrfc co barn hcccssarv out houses Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO 610J acre 5 hiik licactwldwelling essary outbuildings 12acrc tobaccnj barn and tenant ipusO i VQlUrf qnfecd and ivatcrcd Plenty of thWftcco land r Price 130 praere f FARM NO 7315 acres 3 raiiesl from Winchester tins two fiveroom dvrcllings one IDacre tobacco brrn plenty tobacco land Neatly nil in Tracy Office in McEldDwneviBI 7 d t 4 f c weeks in the hospUal four oi h lest physicians jruve him up nijen curativeItc cisht months of frightful suJTpi J 4IoI remedies 01 doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely ctued him Itspositivcly infaraittepd for Stomach Live1 of Kidney tVoi IPS juid never disappoints Only oOc iat tlif Viifhesler drujj store FARIE NX S2G acres 312 files from 1nchesler on tOIl pike new Grooni dwelling barn an out buildings Price 3500I FARM NO 051 aoFcs 7 milts from Winchester bas twoStory frame dwelling with 0 rooms tobac co barn himldiiIgltnesalliiiaFy outbuildings zooi orchard well wat ered with wolls springs ftnxtpopis Small tenant hodsc la 6rcsin 5u t r livatioiv balance in grass pill oJr 5 r 000 v 11FAfiI NO 10300 acres 12 mil kfrom Winchester Has twostory frame dVelHrig with 7 rOtthistiI- tnt house Sacrc JLobaccbani la1t- stock bftfn and all noceoisary ojir buildings One of the best WatcTejtl farms in the comity 75 hdr s1tiu1 cultivation balance t inj cfVas fpYi 12000 V 4il i l iFAlPl XO 1127 acres 712 mil es froth Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms 411 outbuildings i p1 n did eonibihcu1 sstbek ami tobnccVaru which holdt 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fiuit price 3SOO t FATTMJvO 12UT ices fW muici from Winchester origood pik6r 4 has twastoiy frame tlvchif1 8 room 7acrc tobacco barn dzi1 outbuildings well watered and fcinccd Goodland Price 20000 A FARM NO 1358 acres 7inHe from Winchester has live r66in dvcllingpabrc tobacco barn ztndtf Mcccssary ffiutbiuilk1ini vcll Vaterccl etc Price 115 per acre tFARM NO 14 GSacrcs 3 miffrom AVinchcstcV oV go5ipik hai 4room hnaiit housenewlOacjre tft 41tohuceo1UDI Su 192 flprcs 7 mile trom Wiuch RVf on trr d pike has twostory frame dwulliiig withJrooms good cellar and all outbuild iusjs good stifck l arir lOacretobniV co bain Well watered fencing gob it Clot to School and church Prii l ilo per a pro FARM NO 107P1cJcs j f miles from Winchester lias twostory lYn mi dwelling with 7 roorn A11 i0WIu FIlM NO l7iiSaereripkle r j from WiiHhcster Uiliriprbed laidiir r Pnicisi3Thth FARM NO 18103 acres ncJic Chilesbiirg has 3room tenant hourfl well fenced and watered All oai1i land on good pike Price lQiiptr aeie Sloey t lP i t t Yi 1t t t i ri f atiNa ia 1tl- rAt t d is 3 ti KVVV at kr tt v tv J t i THE WINCH STERNEWS11 i Paqe Three d i r t c r 4 ttf J hL f t f IJGoSU1U 1 7 h 1t ic 1r ti s d ML itrj vjt t r a t1 NpV t l tI IfffiJ t I cI1f1tt f a 1 Jl 4I f J tf tw i h Samplef 1 ft Xi Jt t 4 Suits wnlf be closed out t at tfl f t tJ Q Jt 1tchI JdYf icc j i c Ui 2SW to33 i3 per cent qII t i f l1t 4iW 4tt d- P Hii s r t r t r r t pleasureM f i j f u uP one o Jt = =v 1 i i P ri4j J0 f 1j 4tStyJih New tailored Suits r r 6 iff Ii tV r iv f1 i This is a rare opporninilyarid should be takenr advantage of immediately i f J 1r rt rk rlI t 1 f CLIFTON ROSS j 1 f J1 SSo I jf ts 1 ay 3Hu i U ow u l1 ftf SOCIETY i P 9JJeJl1ilt The nHlrr14R l tL Pinnell to Hss Ethel Alward vas solemnised Ink life pailoicoftIte Broadwayr r tini chu c1i of Louisville e iify boy 9thai 1i clock Tlu eddiig being very qinet only the fiiniiv and a few1 immediate relatives bent ieseii 1he iIi t1ntglia leir1lrs Sarah Alwnrdtt willow of rStuAillc old isa very pretty and r populAryottng lady The groom is a sn fvWTE Pinnell of this county He of vsiciauLouisville the state pure food law We jour the mfcnjyijiend in fforigratulSHon5ior the IKippy 1onnreroup1e wr J jGtJi f9YI 1JIIfoyle were e1ftt the Catholic 1Jl10I1ifurEiccqfl1 i CadetrApaoiptedt = Jas Whin IcChtre of Paris 1ms been appointed RS a Cadet tp Yes Point by Senator Paynier His mother is a daughter of the late Nick Wjnn of Iiicounty and he hiii near ifilaiJ thc of Capt Joni S Winn Major Robert S Winn Capt Charles D 11iuiL and ifiljdr Prank Winn woJ ftI s ivinttr- y IS tOl11b1n e Now is the time talay in your supply of CANNED 1 GOODS at thes- eHEIQMt1L QUAtJTJI r IRIs et Eerndell California Peaches 3 pound cans Regular Price 35c per cart Now 350 per doz Premier Tiny Sifted Early June Peas Regular Price 180 doz Now 150 Per doz Counir Gent eman rCorn Genulne IJ- t Re8 laljJfrice lO N9w 130 per doz Viand ed Whole toit toes i 11 JiT ti Reguar Prie 120 doz Now 100 per doz WalkejsEarnOus Chip con Carne v f V Regu pce 1 aOii z fQv 00 per doz- c Don t pass up this Chance Buyi lwhile our stock is complete J ril r jnz Q s MacNeill WeathersoJ fl A af v Both Phones No 40 r 4 7 r55al h httllThe friends of Mrs Jennie C Bean will be glad to lift she is able to be ndttfin11vi11sfeit1a Testdints vith ili tt hellfof Forest avcrine Lexington Herali Mrs ITi nhoinpson and Master Clay Thompon Misses Rosa Day lmccr itD1 p13eto Tlexing 01InDr and MrsM S Browne have returned fcoia a visit to their sots Prewittv who is attending school at AshcviHe North Carolina JJhoy alas visiteirrelaiivesbfllfelPornier in Ten nessee during their absence Mr and 1151 x McCiay and MHvW R McCTAvlr8 nie tQiuTiOr rnrily loiMted in mncliestei visitqft tr nd MrsS Sfcfcray Satur day Sunday and Monday Xprth MiddletawiV Cur Penis Kentuckian Mr Sanies Ilackelf formerly Jit This city but now Superintendent Eiehfand Thick Phiiil JTnsiVcH coun y Y ripnin jyho Avns so painiully Llrnetlsome days Citro is slowly ihi provinj Mt llackett is the son oi J J Haekett of South Main street L3tiehhttrgiAI hachl position for th finteinnati left Snliirflay ior Ca iii for Several nnjntvljs stay rOwtibt4i- s well known here adhere he bas visit ed his cousin Mrs Mildred llaikcfl Robbins f Miss Kntherine IcGorfi is Aisitiif in Richmond 111C WycoiV wjcts in cCarlfsle iu bnsiness tins nJreekY Miss Rosn M inn is visiting Mrs Jbe Phafis of Pans M1 Njiniiie Tribble is ill at her home on Gcorgio street 1 c Gold Seasonjble For Jewelry Men I ir = tii JjckartIChi Ja leJJ1 G Jlaggurjl ot llatojir ton O uo IS with frte iW1J MM Floyd Dpy is with her sister In rritigallyiljMrs is the guest of Mrs G W Fleeiior Miss Bertha Pett citiriled to Owih gsville after trrletstinf t it bmc r Mrs J W MclviiheSirJijrW 0 Mixe visiled in Lexington Sun i V rYltiheet Satuiday and Mlmdiiy specials Phillips DVii I Siore- r11112t r THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER rhave secured the astipy oithi machine whicb is well known for its durability and good work Will bo pleased to show the latest model to prospective purcliasorsv WillSI1 either for cash or mbnthlpaFmentsf C C RQBBINS Kcws office d t 441 Seet music silo Saturday raid Monday Big selection at 10 a copy Phillips Utnc Store vJfew t Styles TT lttIf or CliaiihLey i Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridgeand 500 Sets f DakwInBrosYLsin f Big th 54sj1iX WI N C HSKYr t j JrC3 0 1 a c + I PICKARDS f r ti Hand painted China nukes an ideal Wed ding Gift We are sole agents for Pickard in WinchesterF C H BOWEN IOPTICIAN 29 S ST I v t U 11t f1Tr GRANTS PARDON FRANKFORT Ky Nov 10 GoV- Willsfiu AYedue uante a parloll of the jail ehteiHeraipOsed oii M cayryinGovernor says the evidence silos acUial3iinJeVfrom hhlitlngr endeiice + FARM WANTED L f 7a to 100 acres well iiuuui atiti on good pike not more than or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKEIsYl11tC BUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 575 DO fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magnets Call and see this car at- WINCHESTERGARAGE NPCE Each lady that attends Ihe mat nee at the Au toriumtht ipre Sat turdaY of Z30 oclock receive ychlbox iLJ r IIf Classified Advertisements i 1t F2cscrtionsi J2a a word for each additional In sertion Oo a word per month perinsertionNothing inserted for jess than ten cents Nothing charged oh books 4forv Store room oil corner of Maple alid Broadway Immediate possession give Good stand M iIK4S ForlnsurtnWvotifTolJwco Officeyti icEf yBuW cpgY Home Phone 728t astTenn 28 r H Tln f STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire fosurafice and y and Re tncTOFFICE Fnternitr BIdlc Ibone i8r 4 BI KSIji 9 S fQ S4f 1i5JIIBrkhj1lpiKCs W 1 Ot ioir Homo jIWhl 10 11x FORRENTjI flans Iri tI1t ItwirTj jris land Viable i rsl lon l1I e- dLOStrtelnin fwri1 bills ftlid smttHj stetGr hltyretlc e115WAH- TEO rJ = Foche anil fel I for Qa t J aiilg Sec If tftiiM4 t jit ft 4 y t Uwv1jr if wita jli r OR RENT Cottage oh os na x CtiurtwilUuoclcnvcoitveilicndfe1 1r 1i A Beatty News uflicew 91RElitlJ fo DJir now in clover and ready to tltIr1Th at once for money rent or Apply to Hi W fEttonct 1note s grocery 10lOrtfiJ WANTED n nrd rsiii XoiUi Main street Gas and bath 01ltf j t FOR RENTTwo rooms over Mc tfwd Phillips shoe tore If l 10 1 tf FOR SALE 310 shocks of corU aiiJt vf a feed lot furni lied 3 miles frrifii WMostor on the Mt 3lcrHns pike Apply A J Jordan phone 8GGA 1119qrhfr f FQft SENT 3yKarte c Iooplt suitable for light housekeeping t AppjV to C C Robbing Neiys otJfit Possession d tSiLOSTAwhite body with tair ea s ArfSAyeti3 tfi name of CarrigR t llirQf1iHt Chester Garage JjxVAiv rl1 l PEHDLETOH BUSH LUSH AtternYIat Ltw 5tk Woor McEldoTTney Bmidlaif t IWlncfilSter Kyi li 1 17 rlJn 4 I LEWIS B HAMPTOH v sat Law r J JIIrJJIl IM TEY HSGn + 4tIttotiitI fi fb S f4aln StyWinchster I4 r WINCHESTER l lERMJLIf T1 e j lst and Jtt stin tiWtioB w 4 ike coynv ig4the Vinchesler RolVr lJlts 1YJry nod useh IIRUrthr bet mad Ker fl frr M s r= f J f 1t a il t iz GL li iIlfit 1 i jj l t ji t J tj Iom Co C t r j Jfi t wl qr hr 11 tvi1 s j iin f i 1sT THE W1NBHFSTFR NFWS THERES no special course in how to dress in the colleges r ud universities of this country but its evidently not needed youll find that college men as a general rule wheth r er undergraduates or postgraduates are pretty aptto learn all that they need about good clothes without any 1 course of ec uresSIts a quite interesting fact that in most of the colleges of importance preference for a j HART S CH AJjp NtERM A R Xclothes is very marked Its a fact that ought to interest you whether youre a iiegeman ornot because these young fellpws are pretty critical about clothes they know a lot about good style theyre very fussy about fit and model You can depend on it that what satisfies them has got fobe pretty good stuff Of course the main thing we want you to get out of this is that y6u can buy these clothes here you can get them at the tight kind of prices you can get them in b color weave pattern that will please you and be becoming to you you cap get thejqa correct in fit V I The whole idea of the makers of these clothes seems to be to do work for the benefit of the man who is going to wear theclothes everypoint where the wearers inI4 terest is involved seems to be most carefully looked after the fabrics are allwool t eII insides are of the finest quality thef styles and models are carefully designed V V ttotthe wearer shall feel that he IS fashionably dressed the tailoring is thorough everythingis dqneto S make these clothes for ybu flj ti Thats the spirit In which we try to sell them we mean to serve you in clothes r Vv J IAll sorts of good things to wear here shirts neckwear hosiery underwear loves etc etc All good for you to i iirt Schaifner S Marx Suits 20 to 50 Hart Schaffner G iMarx Overcoats 18 to 60 I f- BloomfieUTsJ Special Suits and Overcoats 10 1250 and 15 i f JJ IC Bt ill FIELD 1 CO tt t l t k This store is the home of rtSchaffner Marx clothes v V if a f nAX v I