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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1j I t4 iIf4 iA l Ji j7f I I a rThd tlon TIlE WINCHESTER NEJiVOLUME5NO24 iITWINCHESTER KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 12 1910 OOPYICEi I j NWNAME FOR UNITED STATES MrsMary Ware Dennett Suggests t eLUnhted Equal Suffrage States of America as Title for Country NEW YORK Nov 12TIie Uni ted Equal Suffrage States of America will ibe the name of this country if the suggestion put forward Thursday night by Mrs Mary Ware Den nett corresponding secretary of the National Suffrage Association finds favor Mrs Dennett spoke rt a jubilee meeting Thursday night inp Cooper Union to celebrate the victory of votes for women Washington 5SShe made her suggestion in sec onding a resolution proposed by Mrs Ida Husted Harper congratulating the men of Washington on the cour age of their convictions and the whole State on its progressivcness tThe resolution was passed unani measly Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt presided V We come here tonight she said to celebrate oar first victory We now have five suffragist States end only 43 more to get This is pretty good but it will be better in a few months when we meet again That will be after the Legiclaturc of New introIduLegisuature rof Washington to invite the Legisuature of this State place before tie voters of New York thef lL right of freeborn citizenship for women Some years ago she shouted P Mr Bqoscvelt was asked if great meetings and speeches would hclji Votes for women He said No 1iQ7 the universal hoisor 13 silenl He is as close as the oyster from Oy ster Bay so now we must pick our Way in the dark IS TIPPED FOR t CHIEF CLERK F1ndsof5IFormerOongressnuinr i Soutlt Trimble of Frankfort Have V Started Campaign For Him CHICAGO Nov 11Former Cons gressman South Trimble of Frcnkf Ky assistant secretary of the Dem ocri3iic Congressional Committee is fI tipped for Chief Clerk National House of Representatives according v to political dopesters at headquar ters in this city The chiefclerkship is the highest honor the party has Sto bestow Friends of Tritnble have already started a campaign for him He- seryed six years in Congress and vas Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives at the time ofcilu Goebel killing Former Congressman William Pre J ton Kimball of Lexington Ivy is also mentioned in connection with the v House chief clerkship He was thv minority nominee for the place cit th lost sessifj r ANNUAL MEETING oiS Z PULLMAN COMP ANY l Directors Bow to Power of Interstate fk Commerce Commission and Rate for Sleeping Car Berths Will Be t v Deduced V CHICAGO Nov 12The Pullman J Company at its annual meeting in t Chicago bowed to the power of the t Interstate Commerce Commission The Directors directed that further opposition to the general proposition of the commissions power to fix Irates for sleeping car berths would be futile The result will be that iii S a short time cheaper rates for berthfi 3 hand lower chaiges for upper than for lotwur berths willbc put into effect The Pullman Company when the Interstate Commerce Commission last j spring undertook to enforce lowei f jjates between St Paul and other cities obtained a temporary injunc Iioii against the order in the Federal 53our H pleaded that it was not a e non carrier iind thatt it could not be subjeot to the regulation ofthe Interstate Commerce Law CompanSo i the ciommi ion to fix its rates reduc tions applying in all puts of ithe country are expected to follow The Board of Directors was re elected The Directors in turn re elected the officers SENELKINS J3 IMPROVING Reports That Surgical Operation Is Necessary is False and He is Grad ually Mending WASHINGTON Nov 12 Senator Elkins accompanied by Dr Golden andhis fanalj arrived here Wednesday evening a ml is at the Elkins home on K street Questioned as t the report of his serious illness a member of his family shid Wednes day night The fact that Senator Elkins traveled 400 miles in a car is proof that he is not ill The report that a siiigical operation is necessary is false He has been in11dication MAKESFLLGHT INAEROPLANE Postmaster General Frank Hitchcock is Driven Three Times Arcund the Course in Air Machiner BALTIMORE lid Nov la tamU1JI11drivcnMr Hitchcock expressed great de light over his trip in the airV Latham entered the bomb throwing contest just as General the United States Signal Corps began lflight with De Losseps Geneva AI len returned to earth after having bden up three and one haflf J and the crowd turned its attention to Latham ItLathams first bomb made a most creditable hit His second shot appeared to be a funnel hit his third was a bulls eye his fourth struck the deck find ibis fifth was a fair smokestack hit from about 200 feet The sixth hit the warship outline iLarnams score was given as 15 Drexel followed in the bomb test and made a score of six conI ping his bombs while flying much ter than Latham Before Drexel completed his tar get prrjctice Hoxsey performed some passcnISecretary of War Dickinson and Count Zeppelin were among those who witnessed the flightsI AGED COUPLE SHOOT BOYS Were Annoyed ByStUdcnts and Ser iously Wounded Them One Can not Possibly Recover GENEVA Ohio Nov 12 William I Parker 75 years oldnfl1 bis 7J yenrold wife wore arrested here Thursday night in connection with the shooting Wednesday night or three 12yerrold schoolboys one of whom Edwin Rhodes is dying The other 1w9Jiys Philip Kraus and Earl RaAvsoij are seriously injured The sliopfirig is believed to have iJLceri the itcome ofa feud of 30 years duration between the aged Parkers and the pupils of Harpers Field School across from the Par ker residence The three boys were playing in front of the schoolhouse when some one opened fire on them with buck shot According to the boys just be fore the shooting a woman shouted a1 them Youve annoyed mo long enough Ill kill you now Rhodes fell with wounds in the y head arid back jind tIle doctors sny f ihe cihnot recover 7 HEMURRHAOE t jt OF TffEBR4INi L ji Attacks Prominent Citizen Who Wanders About Farm Unable to Find His Way Home IDA TJLLE KY Nov 12Calel a prominent oitiKfin residing south of tosra left his home Thurs day evening for the purpose of feeding his stock At supper time he failed to return and his family becoming rearmed instituted a search which was kept up air night Sir Johnson was later found by Ephrn ham Holt on the farm of Thomas Metcalfe a distance of several miles from his tiome where he had wander ed A physician was summoned and an examination proved that Johnson had hemorrhage of the brain and had temporarily at least lost his mind It is believed that he was stricken only a few minutes after leaving his residence as an investigation proved that the crttle were not fed lNOT STUD I- BY HIS BROTHER Henry Noble Says Wesley Turner Was Trusted Friend Kind Consid erate and Accommodating Pbllqujeornniunieation wa- srecWtJv U1 Lexinglon Herald Thn4n ru io t mo Thc iJexnigto Herald tlexington- Ky Dear Editor If yo u will allow me space in your columns 1 desire to state to the public altitude with reference to iha murdeV of Wesley Ttfrner Jr jailer 13i nUiittcQul1ij better Vuoun i LitfUeAVesloy K lii l a better friend on earth Utfii Little Wesley I an tiei4Ftt- of who they are Besides beiuo a trieliur ivisted CrienM he was t f i tyCpusin by marriage alwAj kiifd dit4y o accommjodrtfla b Hth f ding thoiyfaci tJnli my btpSfei5 dtdhds accused of the murder yl iim truly sorry fur him and equally so for the bore vud mother and chjldrcr and if fuuts develop as they hrrct been told to me I have iiitUr iboney nor aid I o lend in hisI delfejijBd Sincerely yoi rs HENRY NOULF CORPSES OF- 1 TWO DRUNKARDS Were Placed on Exhibition in Win dows of Undertaking Establish to Win Votes Iment Wash Nov 12 Corpses of two men who died from alcoholism were placed on exhibition in the windows of the undertaking establishment of the deputy coroner at Auburn 20 miles south of Seattle in an effort to win votes for the drys in the loce option electcn held hire Tuesday but without ap parent effect for tlic tii ivcio vet Both factions wore making a hard fight and the Prohibitionists appear oar to be in the lead until late in the afternoon Then the tide began to turn In a frantic effort the anti yaloon leaders appealed to Deputy Coroner Council an ardent prohibi tionist Tor aid He hurried to his establishment where the bodies of two men lay Bolster them in an upright position in their coQmliVplnced them i nthe front windows Above the head of each a sign bearing the words He dkdof drink was tacked An voters hurried by the antisaloon men directed their attention to the exhibi tion There was no desecration of the dead said Conuell The men were without friends and their bodies might just as well have been put to some good use GOOD SHOW COMING J WF Mann who offers our theatre goerS Ehe Fighting Parson at the Winchester opera house on November 14 13the sole oWner of eighteen sac cissful companies now touring the United States and Grenada and today the name of Mann stands A 1 as a SoIpnres no one but Ms own hustling ability and today can be always found at his ofiice 226 LaSalle St Chicago hustling and scheming to give his theatrical friends the best for the least money His equitity with UnitedItractions mostly sought after for4o cal theatrical managers know when playing a Mann attraction he can FightIin stove for its one of those plays that appeals to all classes It has a great heart story bubbling over with bright clean comedy and promises to be one of mcoiager Dinellis best of ferings YOUNG BOYS SKULLCRUSHED First Day of Savannah Automobile Club Did Not Pass Without Levy ing Its Possible Toll pf Lire SAVANNAH Ga Nov 12The first dayof the Savannah Automobile Club held under the auspices of the Automobile Club of America did iiot pass without leJ its sible toll of life but lh casualty was inci dental WHlic Rice tt 12 yearold boy had Ms shjvU crushed by a fall ing sign post 4C is reported dying Joe Dnvini izlt Slanuon won the Savannojb challenge cup Proiifritly at 10 oclock amid the cheering of seraral thousand spcc jlalors the two rjtcpi Jbegan with sis staiters in the Savuiinah challenge cup and eight in the Tie em nll tro phy First wciS Hu shie Hughes in his F A L car Ai 30 seconds intervals the other entrants for both races were off The ninth lap saw the elimination of Gtliiuw Eis steering gear went bad on fhe back stretch turn he lost control and tine cpr ploughed through The bank leaped another and only imo to a stop when it bed been bat Loved almost to pieces He and his mechanician sat tight and escaped Without a scratch Disaster overtook Roebling in a Mercer on the last lap His car skid ded crashed into a palmetto tree end damaged the gear so that the driver iuid mechanic found themselves with no brake and with but one speed and that the highest Undaunted the sent the crippled car on finishing ir second place after they had been re ported out of the race raid with part of their gear dangling behind on the Hughes finished third Hein- emann was somewhere on the bac stretch on the fifteenth lap Th race was then declared finished AI about 235 oclock the winner of the Savannah trophy finished Nearly an hour before Knipper hac finished in first lap he had kept lead and without stopping once foi trouble of any nature finished witl a margin that he might have madr much wider had he cared to Witt in an E M Fwas doing good work but never had Knippe uneasy The best he could do wa second place with n good lead over the third man Costello in a Maxwell Only seconds separated Costello and hp term nrto Wright also driving r Maxiwcll AUDITORIUM The and the girl i musical comedy Sketch Avhich is be ing presented at the Auditorium theatre by the Millard is decidedly the hit of the serspn This team is from the old school of comedians and the act they are offering here is the funniest that has yef appeared at the Auditorium Al H Jackson with a nice line of songs cud stories also has a nice act and pleased Iris aud ience These two splendid a its witb two new pictures will give tJvrtr shows aStnrday night at 750and 845 The house will be thoroughly heated i PROTRACTED MEETING IS POSTPONED Dr J Wierof Lexington preached M the Eirst Baptist church on last Monday night On account of the State Baptist Association winch meets on Wednesday Thursday and Friday atCynhiaua the meeting here was posCpoued until November 20 JRev 3Jr Tilcklichter of Bglti more will have charge othe musie TRANSFERS AND DfEHSRfCURDfD Prices For Both City Property and Farm Lands Are Unchanged and no Decrease is Expected During the past two weeks real es tate sales has been on the drag with the result that the work in tile Clerks office has been quiet The prices for both city property and farming lands remain a Lout the scmer however and no signs appear now of it decreasing in this county On the contrary it is more than likely to increase Follow ing ore deeds recorded during the past two weeks Lottie Ritcfiie to John Wells house and lot on Hill street for 900 John W Williams and wife to J II Williams two tracts of land on Combs creek for 1 and other con Christy wife caid others tc Glenmore Christy 2vacres of land on new county road for love and affection Thomas Holliday find wife by Master Commissioner to James A Rose etc 25 acres of land on Howards creek far 2200 Nannie S Gay to W W Gay 103 xcres of land on DonrJdson pike for 646784W Shearer and wife to J T Bush for 3825 and other consider ations tract of land containing 14 acres on Harris Branch R H Devary and wife to John Howard 2 acres of land on Log Lick 200I to F H Hrggard house and lot on Flanagan str for 550 v7T G Barrow and wife to Emma Davies Bradley lot on College street for 1 and other considerations R P Scobce and wife to S J Wells lots 1 and 2 in Building Associations Addition for 200 Leeland T Bush to Hunt Perry lot No 18 in Mt Abbott Addition for 500George H Jones to Ida II Hawkins lot in Keyes street for 1 and other considerationsEmma to William Woolcott house and lot on Main street for 1 and other considerations Eva C Tyler to H C Buckner part of lot 22 in Oliver Addition for 135 EdgehouMayme H Van Meter to Nettle Rosa Beatty house and lot on Maple street for 3000 and other consid ere Lons H Haggard and wife to B L IF etc house and lot on Flan street for 75450 P Taylor and wife to J E Baucom lot on French avenue for T Poynter to Lizzie Jackson House and lot on Oliver street for 330 Andrew Evans to C T Evan trip of land on Muddy Creek pike br125 QlurISnd other considerations R H Talbott to W L Bramblettc lot in Thompson Addition for 1 and ther considera bnsiHenry Berry f land on Lower Howards creek for S15637 A H Anderson and wife tr Stephen Borders three tracts of and containing 11 14 and 16 acre nf land on Lulbegrud creek for 2 600 Mrfttie Borders to H L Borders tract of land lying in Powell and 71rirk counties on Red river for nd other considerations J M Stevenson and wife to D R Taylor lot on Seventh street foi 49205 MR HUB ECTON nm AWAY Was FortyFour Years of Age and Had Only Been Married a Short While Mr Hub Ecton who has been ill for several months of paralysis died Friday night between 11 and 12 oclock Mr Ecton was 44 of and hadonly been mariiednshort while His wife before her marriage was Miss Hprsley of Madison Indiana Besides Msnvifehe is survived by his fther Mrl John G ETctbii four brothers Hampton Rodney Brad and Stuart Ecton and one sister Mrs Susie Azbill The funeral services will be con ducted at the grein the Winches ter cemetery Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock by Rev J H MacNeill Fol lowing will act as pallbearers R C Prewitt J C Bryant Lee Vice Clay Friable William Caskie andS V Alexander TVIRiINI JAlt Is Sentence Imposed on Emmit Page For Appropriating Overcoat Be longing to Homer Butler Emmit Page was arrested Friday afternoon by officer John Ballard on a charge of stealing an overcoat be longing to Homer Butler Page and Butler came here on the L N train from Ford Friday afternoon While Butler was in the barber shop of the St George Hotel Page tool the overcoat and tried to get awty with it He was later arrested with the overcoat in his possession in Profits restaurant He was tried be fore Judge J H Evans Saturday morning and given 30 days in jail ARRESTED FOR DRUNKENNiSSI Harry Newman Stopped Too Long in North End and is Fined 2180 By Judge Pendleton Harry Newman was fined 2180 by Judge F P Pendleton Saturday morning for being drunk in the wait ing room at the depot on Friday morningIt the purpose of the police officers to breakup the habit drink ing and being drunk around the de jpots pf ithe city cod in the future those who are caught nail be dealt severely with Newman was passing hrough the city and stopped over longer than he should MATH OF DR A D1 PRICE Prominent Physician of Harrodsburg Native of Clark County Passes Away Suddenly Friday A telegram was received Saturday morning by Mrs M E Price stating that Dr A D Price of Harrods burg died suddenly Friday night Dr Price was a native of Clark county Mid was a brother of Dr M S Price Jfrzcascd of this city He was a prominent physician at Harrodsburg Besides his wife he is survived bOUI son Dr C P Price and Miss Evelyn Price COULDHT DRINK ALL THE BOOZE Jim Messenger Was Disappointea When He Found Out That His Ca pacity is Limited Jim Messenger a colored citizen was thoroughly convinced that he could not drink all the booze in the county Friday lIe thought he could though and started out to do it lIe was awful dry and met a friend who thought he would assist him all he could He gave him three pints and Messenger started in to kill the bill He drank one quart end started in on the third pint when he fell to the irround He was taken to his home aflterwophysicians brought him around lit- says now that he is thoroughly con vinced that no matter hour much ouo may drink there will be some left for the other fellow FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev T Jrorlrpastor will preach at the First Baptist church on Sunday morning on Sanctifying Jesus as LrVan4 in the evening con Carry Your Corners I ai- dZay lnr- w SATURDAY desperately Clodhopper JS An AkT Books Were HadeBy David Ha4d Grandfather of Mr S A Upsc8mb and His Brother Louis Haggarj We have before us through th courtesy of Mr S A Lipscorub yt this city two arithmetics that are written by hand in tins county The Haggardilltables are plainly written ond many problems are solved with accuracy The second is In two volumes and was prepared by David Haggard a brother of Louis Haggard m 1811 This work is more complete than that of the older brother and was done by David Haggard when he was only 15 years of age The penman ship is much better than the average penmanship of today David Haggard was thp graftti father of Mr Lipscomb v TO CELEBRATE ANNIVfRSARY Raleigh Camp No 11406M W of A Ito Hold Session in Main Hall of Fraternity Building Raleigh Camp No 11406 Modern Woodmen of America will celebrato their second anniversary on next Monday night November 14th with talks by local and visiting members and adoption of candidates Ever Modern Woodman who cando so is asked to be present The meet ing will be held in the main oa Fraternit building at T30 p1 m fl MEXICO Wlll V NVEStt Informattonis Co talntdin1TelearaiRijl1i Received By JGovernor CampbfeH From Philander Knox =AUSTIN Texas Nov 2ThtM- mdean Government is to conduct an independent investigation into the lynching of the Mexican Rodriguez at Rock Springs which has stirred np the Mexican Republic This in formation was contained inn tJ frrrm received Friday by Govern Campbell from Philander C notSecretary of State at Washington Mr Knox wired that the Mexican Consul and Vice Consul at Eagle Pass Texas were requested to make the investigation on American soil andurged Governor Campbell to afford them protection Governor Campbell was also re quested to afford protection to all Mexicans in the Rock Springs com munity Governor Campbell wired that ample protection will be afforded The Governor also wired the sheriff of Edwards county to afford the ArpTn rn1 nr Vflt epn neccssaiy pKtection IfSt detachment of raugets may h sci to assist the sheriff COMMISSIONERS MAKE CANVASS Of Election Returns By Which ByrdsI Plurality in Clark County is Slight ly Reduced Hon Abe Renick and Mr W 6 Brock sheriff the Democratic elec tion commissioners met in the Clerks office at the court House Friday af ternoon anti canvassed the returns of Tuesdays election Mr H Q Qar rett the Republican commission was not present The official count gives Mr A F Byrd n total Of Z326 votes and John W Langley 159L Mr Byrds plurality was according to fche official count is 735 instead of 740 as the returns indicated Tuesday night- HOMEMADE CANDY t 3fr3 H JLPhillip hornemade- candy on sale at B ibs newsfcand and trodes drug stort bflfirinfof Momizyor14thU128t i i i i i t J r I 1t t l= l tJF wpIrlcsTfR twt J J vrlr lirodlUn11 jwtrr ii t J l +t y t flhSWIflChtSF ffiWS Ci I Incorporated r r jfi1SutlMaIn street k fer 41ucky- c j t tt paRy t Except Sunday LEE s Be ondc1L niatte- rdibrtfo 28 lOGS a the ostofficc j Winchester InJwJFJt under the- torMitich r 7 i d a1 8 JlI It IUIICRIPTIONftATES c 1 By Mall Pilyv oaa yea 4 300 8onths i L- 50Oc1 25 Y lejn adyncei y ADVERTISING WES r rrttriW j DIspIayrPer Inch c eany edition 2- 5Thii limes within one week 50 weok ousy 100 Oijeleiidar mo continuously Pot weeks 4fimes a week 210 Four weeks jpiree Sines week 18Q Efrtii weeks twp times a week IbiSfg Four weeks one time a week i 75 Reading NeticePer Lfne- Btisinef3 notices bod type 7J2C PUIO radin1iirws be ding 15- tTk1t aqntinnous insertions of same Item at Double the onetime rate ClassifiefePer Word O einsetion uny edition Ii ljre e insertions tontinuously 2c E chhreaddthonai jnsertiJ1 A c dnj calendar mOl cxutinuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 ifij itm charged on book ordsl less ibJS 25 cents cjj fvXHIS ptRREfBEsE iED EPB FOREI5- HV7r ARViRTISlNGBYTHE Jt i 1 v ENALOEFICE v NEVV YOIJK ANp cHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES =SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 1910 I r THE LANDSLIDE cii Tlieiesulfc iii Ohio ia heavy blow r t atllieTiift administration iar heav j L itM1ihtifl1 4fliC litiW in NlW 14 ui be OI11LLCtlagait Mr JoofiQ elt ovcn oy fit Uiil F iiA 1 e4t4alleflucs IblUois ih Tufts own State Tlw lpjibUcan cpnvention in Ohio fllO- 1tdlt1 nji thatJiinl previoush- b feulilmitrcd to Mr Tnftaudr h1Iilid1FdIi ehtiie admiaistrav- JtXf twJlh especial ooiiimenua4ion Se yneAldricli tnaiff bill and de l fcif1ff TaFts rcinoiulnatioii in ifel fr Soiiiiiuethii defined Mr Tati i loieyniis Sfatt yi napntyex Stliiig nbjOab It is too early yet 40 i i i Wii1ti iII insult flonlIlc ftMjlblibitis iutrdly loBbnieniedtlml itn nkc rr tsfuture leadersliii ofiieeinillciin af t u matter oi l tthttflI- o l1 l I lie pJlJUca l oVer1L1IV in Olii iliirgeytraceabl eto unwise timidit iIlT hI1c lxtrtIf Mr Tiift or his thie Advisers Mr llick tihe senioi Republican Senator insisted lionp7 bbiugcaVctriulidaic for reelection ari l ajuibugh liitj had 1I0se11r Tri ft ifbmiluition Iii 1908 mid wtis an tit 40 Qpular aMi ForiikeiY oi Stqularc il 1atitet1tt LtH leauers lacked t- iOLl c 1 t9 Jlirp 4Si feIi tigQ the Cleveland eiXwaiiel the UeJa1IRti1 iiuinrgrers lliail iiyVby taking i ffini stand ir- lJtet7mutTci ofthe IioJc andidac y r v ir cquld they hjopet save the State bul- ailpfiii psj done and at tlHveibvcnti lM irjFbfuUoit deiieCl ilte breach b t trkiug ifr Kpuvevelt dcclaring MtJR i iib1rci1iir success uudwiUtedv iMittlieele tioiiofArr Dick 1 rwot tg go t s StrIJilgi li Tst hlijyi if ij against hi- mThectittu1iieiiext few mouth iV doleHfiinfe yhitlieraij Tuft can b tjoiitridered as tii probable nominee thy phllyiii 1912 Evening Post 4 VWut vaTit to be impertinent in 1VUII like foirsome one to tell can reduce the price of twifhe e ii5u iiarvViiliput reducing pij J Qfijprli JLQjtbtLt tIle fri e 2 t A kr 4iRUJktti OflWjt iII Ii c re1iced Of Ujijy 7es onsiinlity in elect ing tJricle JiLJMtItrtSpe8kr f IwiNCHESTER lllMBER MANIJFACT1JRING CO What to do with a victory is just important o a political party as gaining it 2 flhC Spgialist city qf ilbVliukee Wig proposes to ctablisiiirnmnicipa- lpivn shops to protect tIm neeidy against the Joan sharks1 i pirheDeinocrals of Teiuressjifi ad flit that was elected ppyernor by35OOQ ov more JL1tprOppQ to r him of the office through the Legislat ure Such proceedings cause lionest a eopp to lose respeqt for any parly More ooltliingcaabeid itnt- lloneill politics than ill iuiytlihigelse We find That there are Republicans hat would eliminate 4ooseVolJ frqin itbe party Yet tJiese same RepuUi cans must admit if they are sensible that no inouvcan be elecjted Brcsident on the Republican ikJtfl 1912 without the support of Roosevelt Vo t find Democrats that soccupy the same altitude tpwanVMr Bryan when it is equrlly true that no man can be eleegedon theJ ewiocratic ticket with out the support dB1flfl LIBERTY ENLIGHTENING THE WORLD Wiill Ldeclftre r x do not care flow many of these men piair iCoine flirting rounil me wnjh their smiles Uaul airy manner that beguiles 2Iie cannot coax me from the spot Where Im coiitentcd with lot To fly sway with them and blIFur car lbCe the land and sea iAniU tlunirh tliey think that Im a Idllai lr I k =IT CERTAINLY IS PLEASANT t to iiote the Mndsome c effect our grill Avork produces It gives a tone to room or Jiall that isbbt hrich and ar tistic Come and sfee what a choice vof designs and finishes you can choose from While hero take a look 11to1 Q tl d1 mir t JJjv rijt eIIy f M5t shjf fy yom h1phie at ainodxJr tte cost4 cQlIrORATED Fni going to stay light where I am So Ihcre1 YJ LAteTON In New York Tribune l if SUBSCRf E FOP r THE HEW 3 THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE INC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November n and 12 ALH JACKSON SONGS AND STORES 4 THE MIL LARDS In Their Laughing Success The Chopper andtjerGirl 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES iONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated Matiuee S turday ACt rn btlo 30 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seats RplFFi = Special sale uf late popular sheet mu if lot Saturday jiid Monday at JO ciiti QlY Phillips DI1I Starr1111121 r Tizi LArIIS VI1TurnbUlI r g n I We are carrying a complete line IiQf ReadyMade Silk Waists which cannot fait to be attractive to FASTID IOUS BUYERS f We iiaveMrhetri in persian Black Jafifeta and faiiay stlepMiOur t9Jof Dress Goods Silks is also complete The newest things in Persian and Sql id Colors are in I cluded in this fine j See pur display of 1c Blanets whicH are just the thing Tor tire fall lII season Dont1faiI to se ou i t Tailored Suits which are the very latest t in cut and- finishandoar Oj t f tia YIIt I i Separate Skirts- andI oats- ATrtis d fcf d Itl rI1 t tf t- tYAkbk1I i l It tM akIhIA3 your doctor ifa family rncdicineiJe s Sarsaparilla is nut caxtytcilsr wil- heucoILaft1 iIi iipL fi Iv 1fjfI FireAJJrismafed In Unknown Manner anti House aridContents Were totally Destroyed =residence of Mr Jas Thonuis 1qur was destroyed by lire Fri day No one was at home but one or B two small children at the time the ire originated and theywere unable a to stcte the cause The house with its contents it ttit1 loss with no in liaitanceMRS lAURA SCIIENI lO WITHOUT BONd- F Arraignrnentfln Charges TjiatSheAt teroptcdto Poison Her Husband js Delayetl Pending Outcome of Hus bamVs sickness A- WIil1LLNW yiu Nov lzra rtt itt in tiLe tover of flic count lil fittetl up with a rockingCh831 und quilts from her ovn pnlatiii home Mis Li ura FarnsworthSchenl rCl1lilJ1W1cl out hail pelidfllf2 development of the illness of hej husband John O Sehenk u million aire pork packer The arraignment of Mrs Schenk on charges tlittt Site attempted to pbiSor lier husband as delpAcd Ii n1l1gtlll outcoineof llis siclaiCiss At the hos pHil whiMc ems taken two svccks ajro Mien suspicion was iirst urons ed Sehenk was reported Friday a jslisrhtly improved but still eritiealh Iill i That further arrests tire tpbewadt ill the case was admitted Friday night l y Prbseaujiftg AttoriiejHnnd j Ian Chief of Police JJ1S9JgsJI is lclievcil theiinnamtd suspects an expeeteio iurnis hlijjht on pile Man tine in aUiili the arsenic or 6tho lirug niifriH tiave found its AVay iiitt Hhe ScMlclibme JThOauthoiitiqb have the cerlinca iion oJ ehenri at jolts ITopliiri rniversity tluit avsiMijc itts fount iiJ samples oi tiq liijiibjyJ water tJIegcd to hare been taken fVdni Seiienk jcilsidci lVtti5 jail Fridiiy trs ScfienkAvas questioned iutiw1ittt ret her inubqencc Prosuciitinjj Aiiorncy Haikllaxi 11Ithat Sdicillts Il1ncs dates back ri Iy a yeUiy Tii January he jill suddenljr ijl anc took Ut Ljp iibrpad for his hcuUU going1 lon Following his l much improved lie fell ill ifguiri U1HI Dr Gregory Aekeiinnn ah euiincn GcrmaU jqqeisUisi who was called diagnosed ftc ersjas pispnhig U was hpwevdiv ijppn alterward illS charged thai case t ISatULIflV amlv Monday specials sheet muie at ID cents ff copy Phillips Drty St tie J1112t When aVAy dvr gets a fie r fi ma fAvith inatrimonial intent licjnugH IJwjcJl 4naJc up his mind to eitker bin the nuajTiUge license or a ticket tI the Jar west h I lll w j i Want Any Coal Today Every day is coal day From all over the city cive recejve orders rot coal PerbapsUJiis is the divy jon intended to Border rus dill yoiu Iailtsro all your coal purposes i Ul go to evcia4 point in the city mid suburbs Watch for our name oil lh wagons i Bt it h- eemindrthihr ir is flic Tiest place ito bitycr r BEDFORD TUTTLE t I- ithPIioies3O5ft L 01 1f IAktnic 1 No loesitrnkeicbed pure No 1eUJt Jcrv NofYes tJsAs paiiJ1 tonict it make the blood pure Yes Does it theiierves Yes1 Is it entirely Trtefrfiiiajcfhol Yes AlUA8LEPAiNTlNGS r t t 1aTtMPiUMOF ARTII Death of Widow of Late Cot Dfjn iRsJegses Works to Jrteiroiioli tan Institution NEW YORK November 10 Twentyfive paintings vit1uEdat nearly half a millioji dolkir wilt jshortiy he turned over to the Metro poli tail Museum of Alt by the exec cutxrs of the estate of the late Co1 G Dun The lentil of his widow oh 5Smulay t Hot Springs VVa releases tuese works Jo the institution as her in terest in them was only during bet 1900Imore notable paintings are iaubig ltJsThc JIarsh Corof Prairie on Forest Border Iosa Bonhcurs Calf and CoZY Millci Washer iVomenjjypnpress J in ieId C1 tm1s Ayrajieniujr of CupJjaaliVl Trovdifs Shepherd and siwp Asthma C tarth Ol red Expert Medical Scientists Announce 7Sfartlmg Results Ohtaihstl By Senpine New yoJklhousunds are taking idvantagp of the geiierous offer mftde ay The Woodworth Co 1101 Broad way Now York City requestiiig iin ixperimental pudiage of Stsnmjic the 1JfLYFeetIs niailect free of charge tol1 who vrite for it It is curing thousands the most stubborn eases It mak s no diftcjeuce how long you Jwvt ecn suffering or how seyere the eti walic conditions are where you live Senpinc will cure you If you have experimented with pth jr treatments and have failed to jiuip a cure do not be discouraged but scni for a trial pf this wonderful trub meritpus rejjucdj which is a scientiiic jqmponnd iliscYOicil J y a Professpj Vienna mersity aiul is biui cconimendjytiiotignji1 4 Sheet music fcfilc Salurday ant ondavi Big electionail 10 a jpjpi Phillips Drug Store ti V lln2t NtfflCE IOn accol1nttt1w l nt1of my bus 9Liflg IviilacH tIe eu ire1 stock of gooOs irioludiug a gqn line of groceries cry goods nq lions etc I will also lecse the build ng previously Occupied by him at 3ceknerxilUirir v aiKS S E YOUNG 111112 CHARMING HAIR I VERY WOMAN CAN HAVE IJ IY USING PARISIAN SAGE GUAR ANTEED BY PHILLIPS There is a reason for the pheuonip tel sale of IJlarisian Sage in the Unit d States since it was first introdnc d into jVmcvica and the silles fliij ear ate breaking all records And tie reason is plain to all P- isian Sage does just what it is a d crtised to do Ask Phillips nbout it Phillips will ell you that be rigidly gtuvrcintecs it o cure dandruff sttfp filInglmirPl tching scalp in two weeks or inon yUick Thieve is no reason wlralever whj iny mUll or woman Should fail Lo take advantage of the above generotif oftcr Butonethuigtluit luis made Pali siaji Sage 30 1amQus is its peciiltai power to turn the jiarsli uuattrae live hair that many ivpnjen posses into 1ux unantalll1iitiiaii hair in a short time Women tl refinement the trV country over arc using It and itucv- lizppoints cr Sold by leading druggists every witere and in Wnlrhester by Phillip t l50 cents a large bottle The gir with Aiiburn hair 3o1i every pack age msil orders filjedj charges pre paid by the Americaiy makers C roux attg Co Butfalo N Y rsaleoflat piii eeJ mic lot Saturday ana Monk- ioceiifsacob5 r PliilhllS Diig Store fl41t t jTh7 t Ttt p Citizens National Bank I Paid up Capital JlOOOOCi Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courtCQUS treatment and Attend promptly and carefully to aU business entrusted to us J D Pros A H Hamptor Cnsnfer- T F PhilUjjs V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier 8 iTL ri 1 IONLYor 4ca sample IN bottle STAMPS of the 1 IflNCH PER FUME Inio FARM NO 150acres mites from Winchester two story frame dwellings with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 1 acres of tobac colsplotiseJ ld nnh01 tLtbLu1d ings largQ young ovc m nT fulT bearingT Fencing gddl1ffour lots all well watered ABin grass except 8 or 10 jjres Close to good schoyl Price OOOIyjimi SO53 aes jL miles from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 119P S 2 halls 2 pprchcs ju gpod con Barn holds 4 wl sqf to ba co lee house cjiicken House coal hue meat house corn cribj j hog houses and ptiiQr out buildings Diyidcd into 4 Bracts each one being well watered and every fence in first class condition Ias lnrgo younp orchard in full bejiring Close to good school and Iturcheati in Jess thln a quortcr Ofl inilQ Jfrpm rail toad station Will all raise good tobacco A bargain at S00i FARM NO 3Q0 acres 6 miles from Winchester qn 9pd pike las twosorVthmmedwcljpg of 7 rooms 2 jrcIostoe1 riiin 5 acre tobacco barn gojod cellar vand all out buildinirs all iigocJil cpudttion di vided in 5 trita1I well wjVieccri and fenced About 20 acres in cjil tivation balance Jh grass Withii onehalf mile tit good school church stprc and postqfTicO atid blacksmith shop Price 9D FARM NQ rip 9 acres 7 milesI from Wihchfest ncuarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco hain all necessary outbuildings t VehIw tcre1 with pool vhlsindJ1rcoktil out side fcjicing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance intgrns3 PrIce 6000 it FAIDE NO 5110acres jnjUjs- jfrom Winchcj crt twtiVstoiy i 1jamnei dwcllmg with 7roomi6acIt eo barn All necessary outhouses 5Smal ieu nt oJlc Vct fciietliitil n edrllcc 7nfterihfre FARM NO G1o5 acrcsrniiiik from Winchester uttoilik Good t S roini All tee essnry rOJttblilc1in s 12l ere tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced amlwnlerqd Plenty of lobaico mail Pmicc J30 lier acre FARU NO 7345 acres 3 miles fipm Winches tcrt has two fmvemoont 1d uyelhigs 9JIC lon lQ tolicco bgrn plenty tobacco land Nearly lliJ RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coal the best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every load ROYSE 6 BOONE P Winchester Both Phones FARMS FOR SALE Igrass Price 30 per acre liARJ NO S26 acres 31j miles from Winchester on good pike Has new Groom dwelling barn mill out lultlt fulll1 i jtlt Q OM JA rl9l S tEJIUWTinc1teste ns tivoy rcJoutbuildings good orchard well wat erect with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres iueul livation balance in grass j price 5 000 EARM NO 10300 aciqs l2ii es from Winchester lias tyostQry frame dwelling with 7 rpoms ten ant house 8acrc tobacco barn largo stock barn and all necessary outbuildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO U7 arcs 7imiII- es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barn which hotels 4 acres of tobacco all kinds Pfruitpricc 3800 4 FAR1 NO 12W7 acres lkmiles from Winchester ou good pike ias twostory frame dwelling pf 8 rooms 7acuc tobacco barn tititiall lutbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 2Q000 FARM NO 135S acres 7 nik from Winchester has live room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and all necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 113 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 mile from Winchester on good pike ha y 4room tenant house new 10ncre to bacco barn never falling water all lobiiceo land Price f25 per acre FAKlf NU 1i92 acres 71miIe4 from Winchester on good pike Ims twostory frame dwelling with rooms good cellar and all outbuild rings good stock JTirn IjOacntobiu co barn Well watered Conduit good Close to school and church Price 115 per acre ARM f W jfeO 77 acres3t miles flom Winch tstcr tins twostorv frame dwefluii4with 7 rqoms All HHhuildugg12 acifcs lit cultirzitbu balance iu grass Price iySjiiOO FARM NO l73Sneic5 jric from Witichoslcr Uiumproved land P13cc 43750 FAKING 1S103 acres iifnr i4 Chilesbur has 1room tenant jiouiv weJV fenced jflud watered Ajlnoon land QiigooilpjIcJ Pwco ijl05 per acre fff l 1r8tr Sl k OHiceinMcEldowney BIdg Brh Phoncs r ifV t 0 sJ r i A z t i iUJ5Ji sffJr t i fit e f 11 ZA 4 i41f t I Vsiir1 L lJ i ytEl i JrC d 1 6wj c1 in t SItjt h T t i rtr VJYY i t t 7sligit r j tyd I r j lr y r ww W q araJ H tt y ty r 5K f r tt x WINCHESTER HEWS r-sSTiCYqh7 1 30 tX YI rb Is ik i V rw r ecei2t d Iti1 i 1 jI q1t th iI tti t H F d M t me in OF SAMPLE SUITS lfi a i t jr3 r1 is Satuid y NOv 12 1 f t1 Is th last aajf of this great reduction sale Sample K Suits iwrlli be closed out atEtfi t t d i t 25 to 33 13 per cent oil vtJ r 5 j J j f t Miss Stubbs is in the City aM will take pleasure J l l1 1t j in fitting you rip In one of these I T L 1 t r SlYllsh New Tailoredrt + 4 J tliis is a rare Opportunity and slidiild SSfe taken J F J 1 r advantage of immediately p n 7f J l l1i fiIil ti1Ai t I fl + I prfa 7 C L I F T 0 N B ROSS f i t l tt t I ftP 0 b rI t f t t tI 5T P irr srte ft cjt iIfI I fI1t t w f fJ hl ef o 12l 1 SOC ETY r vr Thirfi le Tea Mrs Matt Adams entertained on Thursday with a Qharming thhnblc teauin honor of airs X F Chpairs Thfe hours were sjjtnt in d h viul social iiitercJdiirse null deficious tea i af6rs chd mints were served Christmas Bazaarv V The ladies of the St Catholic ydiurcliwill have a Christmas nitiMrs CC Gnfiith has gone to Oak leyj where she and her husband will fesidQv r Mr 31 C Spalduuj of the K W j rwei1 to Harrison county to vote Tuesday Mrs Ellis Baxter is HlI the home of Mr Rclbcrt Pace UP Georgia streets ret6rnclrlmuch improved in henlih 3 iil1cs Craven of Mt StejrlhjgvJia jretutncd ihQineaftcuti pleasant isit to the family of Mr Haclcett Misses Jennie Hill Fox Rosa Da mls91iuTuesdayjCtF AttersaU Mrs jLi BQsl und tilts it ebb Gaitskil motored to Lexington Wednesday at t Winter let tingi Npw is the time to lay in your 8 pp1y of CANNED GOODS at these PHENOMINAL QUANTITY PRICES Feradell California PeiacMes 3 pound cans Regular Price 35c per can Now 350 per doz tJ Premier Tiny Sifted Earif June Peas t Kegular Price 1 80 dozNoW 50 per doz j Co tr Centleman Corn Genuine n t Regular Price 150 ddz Now 130 per doz Hand acIcedWlidle Tomatoes Regular Price 120 hoz Now4ldOper4oz CarneitrAtRe 00 per doz Dont pass up this Chance 8uy iiwhile our stock is completeV r J J r MacN iII Oci WeathersPYynT erii A f J 4t Phoi esNo40 t i r fi I I r 17 = =7 7 IlI1P Gay sere guests Thursday at dinner given by Judge liobert Talbolt of Bourbon county MUS Stoner Ogden und Mi s Gor don Stevenson were in Cincinnati this iweekSiMrs Nrnnio Kash ofMt Sterling is the 1Icsi oT aft Floyds Days fam ilyIMrk T r Wills has returned from Tttcl1iosStafioit where she has been on account of illness of her daughter wiio is now greatly im proved Mr J IL White formerly in the iiCAVprpei business at Irvine Ky ire thisToflica a pleasaitcal Sat urday Mr Whiteis stow in the hun her business in Wolfe Bounty and milking money Mr J E Cnllpiii of Illinois is vis iting his daughter Mrs 7 K Foster Misses JIllt tie Williapis rand Malta Clay Triplett of Mt Sterling are guests of Mrs limit Quisenberry SEVENTY TWO ARE KILLED XRJMIDAD Colroc 12The known death roll of the Delagua mine disaster of last Tnpsday now readies inIlluuillgeffort to save a Slav minei liavcbeen taken out according to reports received here- Those still in the mine include Su perintendent Lewis whose body isI supposed to he deep beneath a great fall of rook RCSQUC parties are StHj searching the ininebut it W beiicVpd all who lost their lives in the ex plosion have been accounted for and that with aeretnovaloftlle roek tall the nine trussing1 bpdienilh beiert covered h People who enpoy light literature usually draw the line at gas billsI MAKfSUUlD OR GRWPE VAN lSH Surely Breaks the Most Severe Cold and Ends Grippe Misery In Just a Fed Hours You cansurely enl Grippe and break up the most severe colt either in head chest back stomach or linibi by taking a dqse of Papas C9hl Compound every two hours un til three coiseeutive doses are taken It promptly relieves the most mis mable neurajgia pains jqadacjie dullness head and nose stuffed tq feverishness Sl eiipgsuxo throat mucous catairrhal idischarges run siifiuessInlld 1itic twinges Take this harmless Compound as directedwithout interference with your usual duties and yith the knowledge that there is no other medicine made anywhere else in the world which will cure yplrcQN pr pud Grippe misery as proniptly and with out airy qfclier assistance or had af tereffects as a 25cent package of anyfJaeau Papts Cold Cprnpoiu is the result of three yenta Qgarchrtat a uoSt of more thru rtfjty thou and dol lars and contains no fjuinine which we tare iIDtt hgJ HQmpustta feel fijSCQIs or P1W f t tr 1Im splendid uptodate line of Jtwelry Cut Class I kbeSP Ci 1tY Graduate of the Elgin College of IiUBa Engraving and Optics t Clias Av CarrifiersM- ain Street Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY r r- I NERVi SHOWN 8YPRiSONER Takes Up Collection In Silver After the Jury Harr Pronounced Him Ji OffenseIIIRVSTONsTexas Xot11Conv- icted of felony theft Tom Robinson a n gro astounded the court by calmly taking uia collection after the jury had prpuonnced Jiini guilty land lie had been sentenced to fix yea in the peniten aiy Eobliison conducted his own defense and as tae jury retired seemed to localize that he would be sent to prison He pol- ly leaned over and touched Prosecii t iiig Attorney Love for a dime and thou made bold by his success pass ed his Mat among the lawyers and received a shower of silver Xcavdid he jiiiss the jury on their return to the court room anti as n final effort confupon the ihjjeliicnis dark6y xvlio had proceeded to capitalize ins misfor tune CORN oTho corn crop pf Kentucky is by far the most profitable elopiit the State and yet flee State of Indiana raises more corn pct aerfc that is SCllIS 1tiist because the ground put corn is usually vUiut wKjiph will = not iroll tobacco tJ 2iloud this cecls nntt selected rltltcn1f trefripeproper tQte oQiiltiyjitioij lt o u rtltrho iop isjuftrplaiijed wiris iiiiri thatjt hns Ueppei distance t HUll tlieiF the rromreuliiVrtiou A cori4YoLCI tvay he p adirit profit ubk ny pop lcnIpr rlciu wecongHlel va- tiottaf tehtrill rec1mit theRi tofl sQianlJIU rstslk in ifife 1till withfciWe feu 6unefej tit iks rit Pi Jardthina rf car on each This by proper cultiva tion and planting of proper seed corn may be increased to two stalks to the hill gnu a fourteen QUUCC rear npon eachs t lkJiis would more than double the wealth of the corn crop and jrretly increase the pro it to the farmers in this State Omm County Democrat 4 COUNty COURT DAYS Bejovv is a list of the days county courts are held each month in conn tics near Clark county Anderson LauTcnecuinjj 3rd Monday Bath Owinjrsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Pari 1st heyday Boyle Djinvillc 3rd Monday Breathitt JaokSorf 1th 1to layIClark Winchester 4th 7 PJCKftRDS i sand Painted China makes an ideal Wed ding Gift We are sole agents for Pickard in Winchester tlfBOWEN JEwdEIti 6 1 29 ST r Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Fleiningsburg 4th Sfdiiday Fniukliu Frankfort 1st Monday f UTard Lancaster 4th tondttyrtr Grant Williamstown 2nd Monthly Harrison Cynthiana 4th Jloiidni It Jessamine Kicholasxilie 3rd 3Ibn J fJday Lee BeaUyil1c 4th Monday Ltneoln Slltufo tt1- Madlon d i lliehifond l Iif ilY taiMorcert r Montgomei Mt Sttt n MisI rday1 Nicholas Ca t lisle 2nuifDuVdtty Owen Owenton 4th Mbnda i lPendletori Falmouth stMwftdaY Powell Stanton l jjgrffe j Scot Ceolgttaw Si Shelby S e fJL Urtqi da f WfiiitlfpcdVets 4t11 i1nnrlav lWATER HEATERS AJnong rXticJl tai tars ouS mater J rHea t rs h1iq RUUD isrForemost BOiIInq Water ay O ening the Fauce1 f4P4 i i Ask fMPrticitSj vI GRANTWITT CQ1 3fNQRrll f ti MttN STREET 1 + I i r i y jI i J r rq I o I t f fh J Ei fiICIt I f I iriJ1 t i JL L Jl Ii 4tl j 3I r t1r 4 c 4THE WINCHESTER NEWS NG GOOD lere is no way of making lasting friends like Making Good and Dr Pierces medicines well exemplify this arid their friends after more than two decades jpppularity are numbered by the hundreds of thou sands They have t made good and they have not made drunkards XA good honest squaredeal medicine of known composition is diiDre Pierces Golden Medical DiscoveryIt still enjoys an immense sale while most of the preparations that have come into promir nence in the earlier periodof its popularity have U one by the board n and are never more heard of There must be some reason for this longtime popularity and that is or14chas survived and grown in popular favor while scores of less meritorious articles have suddenly flashed into favor for a brief period and then been as soon forgotten For a torpid liver with its attendant indigestion dyspepsia Jl headache pCPhaps dizziness foul breath nasty coated tongue with bitter taste loss of appetite with distress after eating nervousness and debility nothing is as good as Dr Pierces jjl golden Medical Discovery Its an honest squaredeal medicine with all its ingredients printed bottlewrapperfno secret no hocuspocus humbug therefore dont accept a substitute that the dealer may tmake a little bigger profit Insist on your right to have what you call for Dont buyr Dr9Favorite PrescriptionExpecting it to prove aU cureall It is only advised for womans special ailments t It makes weak women strong sick women wlIL Less adver tised than some preparations sold for like purposes its stern ling curative virtues still maintain Its position in the front t ranks where it stood over two decades ago t l If As an invigorating tonic and strengthening nervine it is unequaled It wont satisfy those who vrnt booze for is not a drop of alcohol in it Dr Ptcrccs Pleasant Pellets the original Little Liver Pills although the first pill of their kind in thwrt uij lead and when once triedare ever afterwards in favor Easy to take as candy THE BESTi- s alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester iffore learned by experience many points in thecoal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else JRIMARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO wl Save Time by Telephoning hen all Jl feels the necessity of being in two places at the 4Mtime lIe goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the tAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANYt INCORPORATED youhaventCall our manager for full information s i For Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market A number one stand Wilsellon account of other usiiiess f4 t Ecfon Bros92iimeoi 50 N Main St Winchester Ky LIVE WELL Its easy when ycu know where to buy your foods at reasonable prices You can get the best coffees teas spices delicacies choice and fresh dairy products toothsome hams and bacon arid fresh meatS tosuit the tastes of people who know high rrrde roods when they see and test t hem from J w DAWSONSuccessor to J M POWELL No 6 No Nain St COLORED COLUMN Nigger is the name of a play that is meeting with great success in the Northwest A colored Baptist church a Portsmouth Va fhfts just celebrated its 1 Hth anniversary assoIciaHonthe hos New York The various V BF lodges in the Skiteof T Xl1s has 9i000 and a large amount of real estateI The State Pair of Jackson last month 111lissi5oippiatI jcellent colored The negro Baptists of America will expend 35000 for foreign mission work this year IThe A M E Church Review a colored magazine published tIt Phil adelphia is Slaving a series of arti cles from Ihe peii of eminfcnt white writers YA negio Jnduslrial and Agricultur al College is to be established at Hammond Louisiana At a recent examination for teachers certificates held in Alabainn 520 lout of 757 colored teachers pissed against 1596 out of 3142 jvhites Baltimore is to have a Rescue Home for colored women The State Deaf mIll Dumb Institute for colored mutes ab Jackson Miss is to have a new brick building A North Carolina colored woman recently died in Nosy York possessing 5 considerable estate earned as domestic servant bequeathed val uable tract of land in Guilford coun tv as at nucleus for a reformatory and manual tfainingTschbol for hei race Rev John Henderson has been call ed to the pastorate of the Pine Grove church Rev J II Saunders has re turn eo front a two weeks visit to his churei at Louisa Ky All the city churches have ar ranged for special Thanksgiving services Wallace Green an amateur musl ciay wrs buried here last Sun dixy Having just learned of the death of David Hickman one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Paris we hasten to extend the most teiider condolence to his granddatigh tor Mrs Eo S Taylor of this city The funeral of Jerry Bates who died ai Lexington was preached e Broadwry Monday by Revs Baker Timberlako and Dr Fislwnv He was a brother of Orren Marshall and Em nianucl Batesa q ITlle Gentile Ghuwh Rey F Tay has ust closed revival with piglit axiditionsfcL Baptizing to mbnotiv ReV JH 3fJi7ik 5VlfTRVii1frfon yas the guest QCjSAelb hlis vreekTlic t locaJ lodge of ElkwillPClI brate their fifth anniversary Thanks giving day by having an open house from 7a m to 4 p m James Berry is remodeling diis res idehce on Elm street The boys orchestra of the cit school under the instmctionsbf ProL a H Guinn is progressing satiifae iorily Miss cqxrf N Wills is paiitig her ipuseTecfintt ydkniaged by nre JMrandMr4Jyhn Boone liaye i- ttriLbfhc city t l I J ixr Ull ay1o4 UJ LJLy Lui v J Aisiting heV parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Rogors George Coplmr was buried trm his late residence Friday Ben itt by Keys Webj andIisher Beftiu es his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Gopher the deceased leaves aifa and one cuild 4 t Henry Murrylias so Tit 12 acres of Ws Howards QrcekJaml for 100 per iicreJ2 r ues toVii Muury and acres to Dink Bibce 112 Mrs R lIt2tVodford and ehilitrcn visiting relatives at Berea Bin Turner cntciitaincd a number his fiiendstit coon supper this lot TJieodore Nicholas had addedoyj sters to his Pbynterville Mrs Woods ofDanville is visiting here sisterinlaw Mrs Cordelia Den ey on Deney avenueEMaishall Taylor Lane were married this week by Hv1 F Taylor In the County Clerks office the following deeds have been recorded re t cently David Taylor cud wife to J W Ilisle lot in Bnmerville for 1125 Pharis Johnson and wife tot Kate Johnson lot in Brunerville for 150 J W Poynter and wife to Joe Mance lot on Qliver streetfor 252 Literary Sand musical program at Broadway tomorrow night Charles Graham has opened one orthe nicest lunch counters on North 3Jple street to be found aiiywliere itMARKETS Pi I i CHICAGO Nov 11 WHEAT Theee unexpected upturn in wheat yesterday thought to be engineered largely byLasallestr ct leaders and aided a little by buying on the part of big northwestern millers who were here at the time puts the trade in a somewhat doughtful frame of mind Even those who believe that there is a mrterial change in the situation bulgeIm u ation at this writing suggests going slow at the selling side watching the Argentine news closely and alsd close tabon the changes in stocks in the southwest where an active cash wheat demand was reported yesterday It is tcmIhcalShlconelitiol1 CORN There is little tlouTit that the country Avill bogiu to offer corn more freely jssooii as the bulk of the crop is gathered A car of ncA number 3 cot appeared the tr les here yetterdiybandsold at May pences The conditions suggest sales t of lhcorn on dwells Small local stocks and large shipping sales may put a different appearance on the December contracts OATS Some good people talk 32 cents for May oats before the end of the mouth PKOVISIONSNeely says 16000 hogs vs 15000 estimated and 17 000 last year while the January premium over May looks inviting it may prove dangerous to sell as tho time is limited in which to make i t and hogs are not coming very freely Our stocks of contract stuff also rllt1I1 er light The cash trade is Igood ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO NoviiCattle re ceipts 2500 steady beeves 450a 750 western stpers 410 a 6 75 TexflS steers 330560 stocker and feeders 410h540 cows licif ers225625 calves 6501025 Winchester Opera HOUS- ENovember 14 10 MANN PRESENTS Mm PARSON THAT GREAT MORAL PLAY T H E FIG TINGI theDestlpastorial COMPLETE EVERY DETAIL A iFIGHTPULPIT Seats now sale Strodes Drug Store Downstairs 25 35 50c Gallery 25c DRINK RpiiiLoIaMore Notice to Taxpayers have days before penalty atlucd Under presetr compelledto collect 11i taxes December Yours respectfully 0015tfInI hogs receipts 15000 cents lower 745820 sheep ceipts 14000 native rIwestern 2GO425 430550 lambs 4755 western 5GGo PROBLEMS AND DIFFIC Young older litany problems difficulties belief following teachings cluirch service Christ Some these problems considered 7andwliscHssed Cummin First lSlOji1lemSaturday Monday specials 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veak native r TIEl men and flfen fin and in tin of und of the and yt of will be by Dr1 at and at 10 cents a copy Drug No 12 R A will meet in rooms in mc ing of All are Make If real ly think of no that one to I will mail free of a of my won new to all Jill out the and to me I want to send you this tot you the it has Do not send not one do I ask for new me for the I send you at once the free that has that as sou now I send free my How to Get Well ft r your If you have any of fill out the send DR Dr D J Send once all paid your ifree my I ypnr not on the list name here THE few more rush 5 to 423 670 way the the lli 12th to Some only them of part her who free cent this it and will will also and p Mg Principal Trouble Has Been Make a cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front of the one from which you suffer most Rheumatism Lumbago Diabetes Dropsy Neuralgia Diarrhoea Constipation Indigestion Headache Dizziness Kidney Trouble Bladder Trouble Heart Disease Impure Blood Female Trouble Torpid Liver Partial Paralysis Nervousness Jalaria BrigbDisease J Classified Advertisements Ica word for a single jnsertiee 2c a word for three consecutive 111 sertions Y2c a word for each additional Ini IScattinsertionI iforFOR RENT Store room on corner of Maple and I Broadway Immediate possession I hon Good tnndI V1MO 11Office Home Place 728 East Term 26 II Insure In IlSTROTHERS Fire Insurance andIand Real Agency OFP1CEjrtrnt Bldg Pbonc i8c FOR RENT Rooms on Winn avenue with gas and stable Apply Mrs Emerson 119lwk- WANTEDPodder and feed lot for nlGuiiFOR RENT Cottage on Brown Court all modern convenience W A Bentiy Nets oI1k- eFOffiRENT75 1 1 tf acres fjoott corn land now in clover and toady to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to H L Son at Ectons cnocerv 1010tf WANTED Boarders 23j Xofth Main street Gas and built 1013tf FOR RENT Two rooms over rciCord Phillips shoe store 1027tfrr FOR SALE 360 shocks of com and a feed lot furnished 3 miles from Winchester on the Mt Sterling pike Apply A J Jordan phone 8GGA 1110Gt FOR RENT3nice large room kPPinglApply i1103t LOST A white setter dog fcmnltI white body with tan ears Answer winIchester FOR SALE Twenty meat hogs poundsApp1yJ TUNGSTENAMPSThe Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current have arranged with TungstCJILamps 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp 120 watt lamp flO 70Iand we in order to introduce anum ibel of useful electrical appliances Ire selling them at the lowest possible margin of profit for a few day = WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ii the county is the Winchester Rolle dills Why not use htme flourth best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has eoual CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Brown1Proctorin ing pressing and dying All won guaranteed Phone 528 Winches tel Ky 11S2wks When apoor girl who is long ilj lanky suddenly acquires wealth sb inrmediateiy becomes diinely tall graceful Honor coth1us to teliii n1nn1Jis faults to his facevbat th elaW of nMibt i it stfr to tel- tliem toJiis nihir jr 1 PB 4rtIJcn Cubic 1SDGOFF R OnTCKj fjVlcerreshent Amt CauSe Clark Count- yNaonaI Bank Established 1865 Accounts of Merchants Farmers Lana Traders Solicited Collection Made onAil POInts Crpital and Surplus f35000000 FARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improved nqd on good pike not more than 6or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 111tf BUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magneti Call and see this car at WINCHESTER GARAGE THE UNDERWOOD TYPJEWRITE I have secured the aimcyfojfhjnm- aclime which iwell lIHnr its durability t1fllgbOd wdrk Will be olensed to shbv thieIitestihlla prospective parchasers1 Wiil tT either for cash or monthlypayineilt C C ROBBINS News office if Sheet music sale Saturday and Monday Big scloctiofl at 10 a copy Phillips Dnigr Stor I11112tPEHDLETOK RUSH bUZti Attorneys at Uw 5tk Floor McEldowaey Baildiajta Winchester Kyi v f LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law Mce 5th Floor ilcEtdownty Boildil Special Attention to Collections rWinchester Ky 1 M STEVENSON IAttorney at Law iO S flaln St Winchester Ky VW Bush G Company v FIRESAiyO TORNAdol LS U RANCE- j WINCHESTERt Y OFFICE McELDQWNEY 0f- Phone 145 NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS The city taxes have been past due since July 1 Those owing taxes wilt onceonliINovember 1 I will be in my olfiie in the Clark County Notional Berik building each eyenimr until 9 p hi beginning October 3 3910 I JAS A MCOURIY City Tax ColleciQn 930tfv f SHORTHAND t Standard Phonography the shon est legible shorthand Tau hJbya course of individual lessonsr the ibest method of teaching knowitJC- Lary 234 S Hishland7 street tToirie phone 737 Jl The man who can come Sown own icof a cold mon ng and not lie nbovt djhis thermometer has a prttyftfr r chance of slipping through thVgql idea gates t When a farmer wants to dreas up he puts ni pap collar ad smokes zcrgar t f