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La t t 5i c f 31 t12 i t i UbiLst Edition II FVOLUME 5 NO 25 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY NOVEMBER iiI 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS MOTHER RIOT 1IN MEXICO1- RIEstate Dealer of Guadalajara Shot and Instantly Killed 14Year b Old Mexican Boy rGUJtinALALRAMexico Nov 14 jtCrirJos B Carothers a locally- porniirent real estate dealer shot and V siJ1 U killed Jesus Lozra 14 year old Mexican boy and wounded Jrudeiicio Chaves a gendarme in defending his home against a riotous Attack by Mexicans Friday night r Carothers surrendered do the an parities at the first opportunity and yfas lodged in the State penitentiary atininight Following a preliminary placedi1tAlthough the entire police force f and mounted and the Teutl Regimentof cavalry were called out IMC rioting which began at 8 oclock toip jthe evening was suppressed only r three hours of vigorous effort- I ltd after considerable additiona djainiage to property had been done Ophe affair vitas a continuation of thi previous nights violence by student aid workmen the mob tray ieledrapidly business dis trict hurling rocks through the win 4ows of American establishments many of which had already been prize U nJh demolished and had reached the American residence section when they were overtaken by the police iiit1soldiers r iCVrothers who declared at the 4 police station that he is a Mexican boni lt Satillo but whose parent wer a4 rpm Louisiana was guardian his home in the western part of flu Lily t e nindoas nndhdooisof WhICh- P wb nb a rrl ji during the firt pt k ri t hg At the first alarm l k his flll1J to the roof of the gijdinfQi+ shftyand from tlidt- pole f Vantage he opened fire WWI f liriflb S the crojwd tried to enter and rticjc rjiis home The quick action ot ijiepolc9l1nd soldiers prevented thr crpwd from seizing Carothers and wnalqpg vengeance on him- he4tneriean Consul is guarded by o dethchinent of the Tenth Covril yTlje authorities insist there wit bnoX reoccurrence of the violence n4say several hundred arrests have Been made IJ1idt THREE MASKED 1 tI HIGHWAYMEN Slcure Between 4000 and 5000 Through Daring Holdup and Selz 1ijreof Italians Payroll GREAT BARRINGTON Mass highwayment1i l4Oo0 and 5000 Saturday throng adaring holdup The money com pnged the payroll for two camps ol Italian laborers employed by the Wo r0noso Construction Company on the cqhstfuction of a now electric car line between Great Barrington and ISgfemdnt The money was carried by ttie of the construction company named Hines who was es coiled by Deputy Sheriff Fred Trus dall and Carlton Robinson the latter Upember bf the contracting firm Paymaster Hines and his escort as itfiey approached a densely wooded were confronted by three j f tasked men who leveled their rifles them The robbers then demanded tjie money and it wrs handed over whereupon the robbers disappeared i the thicket Within half an lion a possb of 200 armed men were ou tile scene The Sump was soon stir 1 rounded arid Saturday night were be ievtd to be trapped liGHT KILLED i IN COLLISION freight Train Hits Trolley Car and aZ ny People Are Fatally Injured gVLASlAZOO Mich Nov 14 persons were killed about 11 Sjxilbck Saturday night when ai fast 4 QhiSl1fe11trl freight train hit Wain street car About a zloz a1iklie known dMd are Mbtormati L Svc rnfj ts1 It s a aidi 3 dardn i vKc 7tjr atT X v TIlE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 Ward Abbott Miss Bertha Ilensler James Breeze William Shaffer and Harry Holtz Three bodies were mov ed from the pilot of the engine so badly mangled that recognition was Yern Van Horn had gone on to the track to flag his car ahead Standing near the crossing was a string of box ears Down the yards a short distance was an engine standing near a water tank Seeing no train in sight he motioned for his car ahead He had stepped aside to let his car pass when coming around the bend at ri terrific rate ofspeed was the fast freight train The crash came just as Van Horn stepped from between the train and his car t He escaped injury but was removed to his home suffering from a nervous collapse RUNAWAY WINS GRAND PRIZE Boy Who Left Home to Become Driv er of Racing Cars Takes Blue Rib bon Event in Savannah SAVANNAH Ga Nov 14The Sew York boy who four years ago ran away from home to become a driver of a racing automobile Satur day saved the reputation of American drivers from obliteration nit the hands of foreigners in the Grand Prize race the blue ribbon event of the American automobile contests Speeding faster and farther than man ever went before in an automo bile road race this young man David Bruce Brown won the Grand Prize by barely more than a second rt the end of 4152 heartbreaking miles He flashed across the electric timing wire 142 seconds ahead of Victor Hem cry the Frenchman His time was 5 hours 53 minutes and 077 setting a new American seconclsI 7055 miles an hour Both he and Hemery drove Benz cars so that the foreign machines triumphed The consolation of having an Amer ican at the wheel of the winner was increased by the feat of Wild Bob Burnam driving the maddest race of his career in an American car the MarquetteBuick which finished third getting only third moneys but an ad ditional thousand dollars for the first American driver to finish in an Amer- icani car Most of the foreigners were either stalled or wrecked on the track be fore the finish but the foreigners were too numerous Two of their cars the winning Benz machines still remained on the track at the end All the other finishers were American carsIOVERBEAK COMES IN FOR GRILLING Was Asked If He Knew Whether Arch bold and Others Were Connected With Other Than Kentucky Com panies JACKSON Tenn Nov 14Charl- es Van Overbeak traffic manager of the Standard Oil Company of Kentucky came in for a grilling at the hands of the attorney of the United States Saturday in connection vitib the suit of the Government against the company in the socalled Grand Junction concession case Specifically he was asked if he knew whether John D Archbold W IT Tilford or others named were connected with any oil company other than that incorporated in Kentucky So far as its business relations were concerned Mr Van Overheak testified his company was not more intimate with the Indiana company than with other concems engaged in the refining of oil As to wiliy the acme was used by the two corpora tioriS lie slid he waplidf qualified to testify Hearing will be resumed Monday AUDITORIUM A new bill will open at the Auditorium theatre Monday night with Cofferty and 8 pYwith a refined singing talking and dancing act und Richard Dickinson a noted silver voiced tenor on the bill The pictures for Monday night are also extra good- t If there is anything onpro dear to the heatr of a woman than another itas getting even with somq other n i END OF SERIOUS LABORD1SPUTE Strike of Express Drivers and Help ers is Formally Declared Off an Men Will Return to WorkINEW YORK Nov o fthe express drivers and helpers employed by the transcontinenta- epress companies was formally de Glared off ldquar1terson 1I ndayIThis will end one of the most serious labor metropolitan district has experienced it years The close of the strike was brought about the Newt Jersey strikers who voted late Saturday to ccce P the terms upon which the companies offered to take back the men The had rejected the terms Friday night but a conference of the strike lead JerseYICity tlclcarcdThe New York strikers votod Thurs flay night to accept the companies offer conditional upon similar being taken by the men across th rivet A bold theft of an express van containing merchandise worth r50 000 and several attacks by mobs on drivers of express and delivery wa gons occurred Saturday afternoon giving the police the hardest work they have had for several days in connection with the strike Four strikebreakers were arrested charged with the theft of the van which belonged to the Adams Express Company SENATOR CLAY SINKS 10 BEST Was Talking to His Son When Hfi Suddenly Collopsed Death Being Due to Heart Failure ATLAJlAGi Nov 14 United States Senator Alexander Stephen Clay of Georgia died Sunday in a sanitarium in which he became a pa tient ten days ago He had been ill for some time- Senator Clay died of heav disease He had been talking to his son Her bert when he suddenly ceased speaking and fell back with a slight gasp During the day the Senator ap peared in better spirits than usual the attending physicians stating that he was apparently recovering from the slight relapse of Saturday Tin only member of the family present a the deathbed was th eSenators son Herbert who is Mayor of Marietta GaThe body was removed to the Clay home at Marietta where the funera services will be held Thursday Senator Clcy was 57 years of age and was serving his third term in the Senate WANUD TO SEE SICKMOTHER Young Boy Took Money From Em ployer Was Released on Promisr to Correct His Waywardness LITTLE ROCK Ark Nov 14 Two weeks ago Alex Walker a boy from Hopkinsville Ky arrived at Russellville this State penniless ant went to work picking cotton nea cottonislowly When he received word from kindred in Kentucky that hi mother was sick the boy wanted to see her The man for whom he win working had 61 on the mantelpiece and the temptation was too great fo the haysIle thought he could tak the money and go home to his sic mother hut before he got to the railroad station and safely aboard the train the Sheriff of Pope county dap his hands oil him and he wasplaced in itdliu Russellville He wrote letter to an uncle tell gIv promising that when he got out h would go back home to stay until was ovvn and would make for his waywardness The boys Lather arrived in Riisselhille Saturday where to boy had been indicted by the grand jury but upon entering n plea of guilty Judge Basham out of consideration for the boys age and his parents suspended the sentence lbQe took the wayward son und left for their home in Kentuckv PARTY GOES ON HUNTING tRi P Messrs Clyde Gaines Howard 1 Gilbert and W R Strode left Monday morning for Graysoli on a trip Mr Gaines was hunt1l1gI by his wife end children visit Mrs Gaines father Dr Stroth er at that place IHHNTfRS ARt tGETTING BUSY Game Law is Out Tuesday and Prep arations Are Made By Lovers of the Sport All the old guns ire being cleaned up the dogs broughtin mid pfepara sportss wilebe out Tuesday November 15th The trains passing through the city Mon day earned large numbers of hunt ers who were on their way to the mountains to be ready to start out early Tuesday morningI PAPER COMPLIMENTS 1NCIIESTR PROMOTfRS Mt Vernon III Daily News Publishes Article in Highest Terms o Messrs Bloomfield and Ratliff The Mt Yernon Daily News Satin day published an article highly corn plimentary to Messis Bloomfield and Rjitliff mnnnrers rf the Blue Gras Realty Company who are now in that city preparing for a great sale of city lots Messrs Bloomfield and Ratliff left last week for Mt Vernon j and will conduct the sale Tuesday November 15t- hSHIPPING Of l 19l1S TOBACCO Mark County Board of Control Fails to Dispcse of Crop Which is Being Sent to Lexington The Clark County Equity Ware louse Company began the latter par f last week to snap the 1909 cro rf pooled tobacco to Lexington to hI old on the market f When the tobacco was first order rut the compr ny declinedto ship id a committee was sent to Llx ng ton to meet with the Executive Board U the meeting it was agreed that tln Jlark county Board of Control shout- ry to dispose of the tobacco The iled and the society will disposr f it in their sales Five hundred logsheads are being shipped out sue WORKERS ARE ARRESTEIJ Two Men Employed Here Are Fined on Charge of Petit Larceny and iSentenced to Thirty Days Bogb orerl were tried before County Judo J H Evans Saturday night inn charge of petit larceny and sen jaietore stolene a eolorkman at g j d Ifa man gusHes over womanhood he is sneered at as gntimentalit he doesnt he is tl a brutc s j what can the podrniai do I The early short is easily c 0o iuzed by its strawberry birth tnat ISPECJIONQF ALL BRIDGES Along L E Road is Made By Of ficials Who Passed Through Win chester Monday Morning 1lIIr yoA McDowell manager ac by Messrs Courtney F D Carr John Marston and seycra other officials of the L E passed through here Monday morn ing on a private train The purpose of the trip vcs to make an inspec tiori of all the bri 1gcsoll the road ACCEPTS CALL TO PISIORATE Rev G W Shepherd of Lakeland Fla Will Assume Charge of New Baptist Church Rev G W Shepfierd of Lakeland Fkv hasaccepted the call of the new Baptist church to serve as pastor at a salary of 1500 Rev Mr Shepherd will conduct a meeting here at 730 oclock p m Monlaytjruesday Wednesday and possibly Thursday after which lie will go to Florida to move his family fund will be permanently located ii DcIJOHN O SCHENK YtLLRECOVERf Attorneys of Wife Issue Statement talWrQnpDoing WHEELING 1Va Nov 141 John 01 Schenk the millionaire pork packer who is alleged to have beer poisoned with arsenic will recover according to his physician Dr F L Hupp although his recovery will b slow and tedious Mr Schenks con ditiru will enable the prosecution anlIthe attorneys for Mrs Schenk rgrce upon a date for a hearing charges against the woman upmI allegations that she caused to he administered in ninerai water the arsenic or poison that cau ed the illness of her husband A1 communication with Mrs Schenk i forbidden and her attorneys Srtur day night issued a statement denyin rumors in circulation that she had made a confession of any wrongdo ing INPBOYLECOUUYi VIr June Hunter Will Move With His Jandnary pfeRRYVILLE Ky Nov 14tlrlime Hunter of this city sold Sat tiday to Mr Thomas C Stigall hi fnrm of 112 acres near here for abou 75 per acre Mr Hunter who tr gether with his estimable family WII give possession of the place on lary 1 moving to Winchester when hey will make their home in the fatI urc Kentucky Advocate Mr Hunter is a son of the Hon R D Hunter of this county DEATH OF MRI HFSWf fIIOIi Soldier and Popular Farmer Dies ai North Middletown ui Age ui SeventySix 76 died IidclleItownleave a large ftmily Burial in North Middletown Monday afternoon at 3 pi m SeniccK atTthegraAe by Elder Jo WLi5ufrS6wnt was aii old solaier il f MR H IIW- as WOOD PASSES AWAY Son of Hon A T Wood and an Active Worker and Very Popular Mr II S Wood died at 2 oclock Monday morning at his home in Mt Sterling He was a son of Hon A T Wood Pension Commissioner and t Commisdgarmo Mr Wood took an active part in tie late campaign supporting the Hon John W Langley The cause of his death was pneu monia contracted by exposure dur ing the campaign He was very pop ular and had a bright future before lam SUCCESSOR TO SEN DOLLIR Editor Lafayette Young Will Serve Until the Next Legislature Meets January 8 DES MOINES Ia No14Govl n F Carroll Saturday announced the appointment of Lafayette Young editor of the Des Moines Capitrl n United States Senator from Iowa to succeed the late Senator Dolliver Senator Young will serve until the- next Legislature meets January 8IIt will be the duty of that Legislature unexPirce1tcrm Senator Young is a native born in this State in 1848 Most OfI his life he has devoted to the paper profession Last sprang he celebrated his twentieth year as own or of the Des Moiiies Daily CapitulI jne of the leading newspapers Middle West In politics Co Young has vigorously supported the admin hrsISenator Young has a national reputation as an orator In 1900 at ct Philadelphia Republican Convention ie nominated Theodore Roosevelt for Vice President He has been taico telegUtertlarge to the Rpublican National Convention from Iowa He iccompanied President Taft on hi- sIlip to the Philippines some years igo and is a personal friend of the resident PLAYER KilLED IN BALL WK hcmas McCoy Right End of Beth any Football Team is Arrested Charged With Murder 111nrrant fontIMonk of the West Virginia Univer sity team was issued here Sunday bv agistrate R G Hobbs The action followed partial com letion of the inquest by Coroner W Rogers Monk sustained injuries n the game between the two teams ere Srturday from which he died per The testimony upon which the arrant was issued was furnished atIrame Young testified that Monk wn laking interference and was u few ards in front of the scrimmage line vtoen McCoy came up to the West Virginia captrjn striking him in the head Monk fell unconscious and Young ordered McCoy from the field In giving the details of the man ner ni which Monk was injured Mr Young said the ball was on Bethanys 30yard line when Monk started down the field for interference He was me by McCoy who ran toward him as they both were running down the field Ten yards behind the scrim mage line when Monk was in fro McCoy struck him in the back of the head with his fist Monk fell and Mc Coy fell also but iCklY recoved his feet looked at Monkand started oft the field Umpires Young said th tas the blow appeared to dim so clearly intentional that heiiiunediatelyputMc Coy out of the game Mc Cos left the roIeia tbisfall Unsettled We night Tuesday without notifying the faculty and hadnot played on then team for two weeks President Crambettof Beth any siiid he wits unaware that McCoy was to play in Saturdays game It was announced Sunday night that all the remaining mes ched uled with West Virginia University will be cancelled THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION Governor Augustus E Willson Unites SHiWith ntI Setting Aside Day of Worship The President of the Ubitli aea Proelamelon ilay of November 1010 as a day of thanksgiving and prayer to G oil end m harmony with that proclamation tad the spirit of bur Commonwealth ind in the name of the Commonwealth and all of its people I unite n that action of the President Cause For Thankfulness No land and no people have so nuch to be thrnkful for and I call upon our people to pray for Gods iglit and justice to prevail in all uids and throughout our land and in very neighborhood thereof We riic hankful for the many blessings and government of the people by the ctnrthankfulcheer for our hopes and our chances We are thankful for all that tld 1hIshould give covenant tiiute will cherish and obey His laws and keep with each other the covenants of our own laws and custbmstb do oaorto the Lord of hosts andto jn blessings to the Coirmraiwe4tlthwhetiist- pray that we will bringit to pass that every soul shall hcvq in equsrl chance before the Jaw and tiat tliS Corn inonwealth shall grow rich in thetrue spirit of the okl Kentuckyhome Let us welcome every useful rAvorlier who comes to us to liter LetuB do all in our power to keop and told the love friendship confidence goodwill and fidelity of all who rite with us now The Proclamation Now therefore 1 AftgusiM WIllson Governor cif the rn uou wealth of Kentucky hiye seLa8ide fctiiythdaydred and ten as il day ol general thanksgiving and prayer and ask that in so far in us lies alt shunt cease from toil arid business4andi in our homes and places of wqrs itruly thank our God for his blessings and gracious providence and pledge to Him to keep our covenants with our God and each other oMuttU ful service human Idndiiessf patfcijit and steadfast cndurrtnOQ 9f jjie trisjks of life and earnest thebend Cot we may hops for continued andrenewed blessings In witness whereof t haveheie soulIbe Frankfort this fourteenth day of November in the year of oUr Lord niieteen hundred and teirgad- n the hundred jtid nineteen year of the Commonwealih ct AUGUSTUS E WILLSOK Governor of K mucky By the Governor BEN L BRUNER Secretary of State t By W S Ball Assistant Secretary of State If time is money what is tie u e man spending so much tmiRry ip911eYIfriPdtgid age all he has to do sp keep right on living Nature has a roundabout waylof doing things For instance from chickens we get eggs and from eggs we get chickens TOO lATf TO ClASSIFY WANTEDTo rent a good farm Will pay cash Apply Robbins News office FOR SALENice residence oii North Main street with seVen rooms pan try and two halls gas Water iiikitchen Two extra lots 50x150 New cistern on one lat Reason for selling have purchased a farm Would exchangcforAl1jcEf horses nome phona 721 1 Tennessee howroid f 4 i p iAL THE WCHESTEP NEWS T dt KwIpe PubisP4hy Th Whictiest r News 01 Iricorptnatedjt ic t l fltfgll sfrtOf WIn heitcr Kentucky Diy Except Sunday tEnueaag second li1BiJ matter November 28 196j at tho postpffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act o f March 3 1879 sth MM Hi IL- iUSCEPiMMTES By Mall Dsily one gear 300 SIX Months i 150 oke Mqn H I 25 Payable in advance ADVERISNG BATES it Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Thce1tunes3vij14n one week 5C One week continuously 101 One calendar mOJ continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240- Bpnr eekfe three time sa week 180 Fcup weeks two times a week 120 Four week pile time a week 7f1 Reading NptlcePer Line Business notices body tyRe7J c PIO e news heading 15c Enrek continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One msertipn any edition 1 Three insertions obntinuously 2c Each three additional msertions1hc One calendar mo continuously 10o lotUinfj cOl1 ted less than 10 words No item qhargdd on books for less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORE1GK ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL QFPICES NEW VpRK AND C ICACSO BRANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES MONPAY NOVEMBER 14 1910 l QI lO From the close of the Revolution to I860 the slaveholding States controlled practically the National Government whether it wits under the name of l igor Democrat Itjove them a power that at the pleenfc time would bd called r uSgeginl i interest IToieefiftlis of the slaves were counted in making thc district apportionments and ountcdiu the electoral vote though in fact the slaves did not vote and were prevent ed 4P ivs jf the States from acquinngait Cduqafipn This pro vision of the Gonstitutioiv gave the Southern txiosan unjust advantage ocV the free States where only the nchial voting population was count ed lie ovithern planter was not iutereitcd iu the extension of slave territory but th politicians were be cause it added to then force in the c glIl9tf national affairs The- reaeicdin the first half of the la si century a number of good men and WOI nthat wjerc opposed to slavery on morai Ijiounds and they became agitaibrs Among them were William Llbyd GjisrXs n and iTarriQft Bccchyi Stou o ilttllCJuiu opposition tt Slavery wts political rather tlici moiral If the viseadviee of Henry Clay and later C MClay both Southern ers had Teen taken slavery could have bpent abolisjied without a Civil War but the slave oligarchyv would not listen to reason Ih 1854 the Re publican party was organized The I people back of it were not so much oppose1to slavery as they were to the power that it gave to the politil tliinsi iof the slave States In other woids theywcre oi iuscd to any speciil interests conollh1o the na tiohahgoveViiment and the election of Lineqhiii ISGOSvas a protest ugains- tithiCelS60tUeHclnblict1n party lies held the ofHec ot President with thceetioit bfhvo separate terms by Grbypr Cleveland Gradually and insidipnsly tha interests have sought to get control of the Republican or ganization and have in a measure sucCfeeaed It should bo borne in fiuqiitijat the interests lie poli wjtXf WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO ICCPOftATED licnn organization to that of the Dora OCIltrll11 landslide in favor of the Deuiocrats js not an ppro1tf the Democratic organization as such but protest agirtnsb the present leader ship of tho Republican party Under Ii different process the Southern Stat es have about the shine advantage in National legislation that th xhaclJ before I860 Under one form other1 the negroes are disfranchised hut they arc nil counted to make up the representation at Washington Before the Democratic party cup at tain permanent power it must show to the people that it in fact does no- represent a special interest that ii is willing to accord eqiml rights to all sections Mi Bryan can not elect himself 01I any other Democrat but it seems he can do something towaids electing a Republican Ue opposed the Demo cratic nominee for Governor of Ne brasku because they disagreed on the whisky question and the JRopjtiblican was elected ills action knocks bin Out of consideration evjftr again as the nominee for President on Democratic ticket A bolter iuif cxI pect the united support of those who BlxanIelection accomplished W PTal ton in Lexington Herald The same process of reasoning would eliminate Mr Harmon of Ohio who did not support Mr BiTan itll 1890 1 Gynthiuna bqlongs to the Baptists this week The sevcxtytliird annual meeting of the Kentucky Getiqi i As sedation is in session at the rniac111 City There is a corrupt business al liance between American interests and the Diuz Government of Mexico This accounts for the antagonism o f the Mexican masses to Americans If the wages of workers are not increased to something in proportion to the cost of living there will be trouble in this country Possibly yo will remember this prophecy later We believe that the Republicans made a mistake in nominating and electing Caleb Powers to Congress But the Democrats will make mother if they try to unseat him Legislation can do some things butI it cannot change the natural laws of trade mmnmm Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three gilts J C SfcOlurc IL RNo f Winchester Ky 1114tf HOMEMADE CANDY Mrs nJ H Phillips homemade candy on sale at Beans newstand aiulStrodcs drugstore 1112Gt SaVc money by investing in Ret Star coal now lioysc Boone 11143t If To Keep Out Moths People who dislike tlieod rot moth balls should know that begs of dried tansy placed among the woolen gar oients will answer every purpose of keeping out moths and Jth norm of he disaerecable odor whith is sure to ell the story of moth bails Make mall hugs of thin white muslin and leavesj1ndion will vanish a Quenching NeWYork tftlrsti raterIige city streetrlO feet deep and 22 nilles long is pouring into the metro nolis every twentyfour hours to feed and batheits five million daily inhabi keepthatseach family its needed supply without lntcrpjp n rKnowledge Trade a Benefit Money b tettei pc than in encouraging JneveB i0ssible way the tachlL of tr 5es Eschahi 1 r It CERTAINLYyS R EAS NT to note the handsome cftfect our Rril work prpduccs It gives a tone to room or han that is bot Inich andap tistic Come and see what a chjjipe of designs l1k finishes you can choose from Whilq here take a look at some of our other mill work Youll find plenty of thyigs to beautify your lime at a moderate cost THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE INC MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS November 14 and 15 RICHARD QIGKENSON Noted Silver Voiced Tenor CAFFERTY IKAMPH Talkingland Dancing 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGUrIHouse open 730 8 oclock House thoroughly jh3ateil M itinee Saturday Afternoou2 scj OrhOU5l1lBLOOMFIELD PROPRIETORS RATLIFF New suits anti cloaks fresh from the makers needle These have ai lived and now on sale- The Curry Dry Goods Company I11143ttWdmen desiring beauty gbt won dcrfnl help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimplesi skin eruptions sores null boils It maket the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cojdr ores cracjccd lips chapped hands Des Cor burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 2oc at the Win r Chester Drug Company MuskratsI traps to miiakrats have been invented and tried hut none givtH more satis barrelluse for many years Both ouds are left closed anti a hole about eight by twelve inches square is sawed In the side A strong cleat is nailed across each end the cleats projecting six or eight inches beyond the barrel and upon the cleats fire united two boards one on each side InclieaIitigeri01 that it will float with the board plat forms about on a level with the surface of the pond or stream About onethird of the barrel remains above water Apples carrots and other dell cacfos that the muskrat tlllcs are placed in the barrel In their attompts to get the bait the animals full into the outExIfunitgu Proving His Authority There was an Irish foreman of a mylengthsthe real boss One morning this Jfore man found that hIs gang had pm a handcar on the track without his or dcvs Who put that haucarrr onrthe thrack he asked jWe did sorJUDe of the men an swerQd respectfully Well he said shortly take it off agin The labortrs didso with some dim culry fow said the foreman put it lagin onI Great Scheme What do you do asked the one who had been married only a few months when your husband comes home late at night I pretend not to notjce that its Jnte1- and pretty soon ho asks me wouldnt like to go tOthe theater or somewhere tomorrow afternoon Startling Encouragement Was Amelias father encouraging when you went to him to ask him for her hand otClS Ho asked me to put tb6 proposal in writing aol couklnt back out as all the others did 11FirsntaI just love Brahms dont you Second Young ThingiWhat ire Brahms aasical Courier I Neeestyi frieu d js them thQr tjt pourHserR8 pMriyentrpH4sii vik ier scott V 4 t i t PRISONERS ARE RECAPTUREDI Emfnitt tFccni Officer Wadigan WIip Hat ThematWcrk I Monday nlojTung Ennui t t Page whit ajid llb bWfitt colored cs cajdfl CtJ111 deputy policeman Indi- Ignu who bad them at work on the Bath Page and White vere to thirty days in jail Sat larlinny11hescaped mid MrirMadiganAvitk Mi James fullinay jailer left in par suit5 Si The twrt o Ulcers irdcurcd n bugay and went to Flanagan Station on thJ L N railroad Just as they reached the station they caught siglil of Page und White coming out of the cut above a short distance oiwiy headed for Richmond The prisoners vcre criplurtd and eonipellcl th walk back to the nity over the route they had conic TheyVwjll be rteil ioi oacniHy Jlruin an ofllcer m1 Ihcir time in the Mullius Hoiwi will bt rei1y increased mm mi GO RELIEF COMES IN TWO MINUTES COMPLETE CURE INFEW WEEKS sickIIIrul and its unnecessary a Ctcr brcathihg IlYOif HI the aoiit1erorirer you arqj not rid of vild catarrh you cun liave vpirr mon 0 back Xo istoniich singjusl take the ittle karI rubber Docket inhaler tlir joraes With each outfit and pour jut itLt fqw drops oiliyOJilEI Breathe it according to directions In tw minutes it will relieve you of thu ruffed up fcplinir rIfeci U a few min utes cvrythiy and in arc weeks you will 1C entirely irce from ca tarHh 1Breathing LtYOMEL is a vciy pleas ant and certyin aa to cure catarih Gel an Qu fit tojay it only qost 100 its worth 1000 to any tarrli sufferer For sale by Phillips ind druggist everywhere who gum v anlee it to cure catarrh croup roughs culls sore throat and bron 3lHtisAftcryou once own a Ilyomei lard iruljber inhaler which comes with the outfit you can buy an extra hal le HOME r liquid for only oQcente he iiihulur lasts a life time WESLEYAN DEFEATED The Keitucky Weslcydjvrfoolil cam relumed from Marshall Vu Sunday morning They were mate ud igainst tx JInrshall College Salur lay afternoon mill were defeated jjy score of 39 to 0 LICENSE ISSUED iManiage license was issue Alon lay morning by Mr J A Bo ii County Clerk to Rev E H Mowa- nd Mn Georgia Ann leo Bister The coujl wont to M t Stetlrig to Ii mrtrricd NEW LEASE OF LIFE Held HopAbout fl TARRYTOWN k Y Nov 14 Icbn D KockofeIler is getting young igaiiu He Carijcr down to thq Baptist hurch Sunday with five friends and Vhile waiting for them to aliglit fyon the outpmobilcV hopped upon the stcr to ojen the door for a wonnia The tie helped his guests out showing ie- niarkliblc alaorityi Mr RoekorVHe appeals to be in bctter health that jf aiis and atiributesx the im provqpient to golfing mid intoinobil lugRI1JY4poN ffj fCHARGES That Japan Had Agreed With Rus sia toClcse Open Door in tjic Far West t WASITMGTO Xov 14onc of the must important diploirrtui tiles rcIJapanese Governraenti to seek froth thoIiti19iision is J gfI2qat htaio La vofitii l91O vaU rt tliat the einpiijo had agit VbTOuii by means of rthe fluco vf oi t f jf three months ago tollose the ope- ndoor1nt1iC Far West To the Japanese Embassy has becii delegated the delicate task of sounn ing the official and financial attitude of the Administration and capitui lists respectively The Jrpaiiesc tlir lpmats iLhihsbeeu learned rciilteq fue responsibility of going onan emiml which ptiblic opinion seems to ncI negatively The Japanese navy has b en mentioned as aicces ary o repulse AmericfJi pfcstige in tiio Orient It is this very report viich Japan seeks to prove erroiuous bv arranging if possible tQlIont in coming loans to coVer the increased Qxpcnlifure in this comiti Katsuru has stated that IPleliicr fundof 25000000 which Japan as a nr ly contpbution toward ligJtcllllgOJe burden of gwwing national ntl U willnot be affected anti that the fvlii 40000000 neccssaiy for the new navy can be obtained from Vic jill perial treasuiy This statement is accepted by Washington officials oiilyin principle1 since it is knoYiii by all the Power that Japans surplus rt this llaw is decreasing and that any expend turp which must be met by funds ny available will force a deficiency Uiat1 must bd bridged by loans i 1l11elia toy thereafter Tchsc would be tie livuiS which Japan is jlanning to tot In the 1n ted States SLAIN BY ASSASSINS After Having Been Warned That His iLife Was in Danger IipDLETOWN X Y Nova 14 Dominick Morone a cobbler was shot J to deatii on the street here Sunday night after having been trrced fro4 New York by members of an Italian secret society It is said by the pa lice he had received vtord that hii life wasin danger On a train lhar pulled into here froni New YorJ Jtn1ianolies was located mill when Moronc eiuerp ted opened tire Olie bullet struck fleeting man in the heart killing him instantly SsMid cement all building material at Hovse Boones ll143t the Highest Gift arelcomparatively easy to away when a man makes a giftof his daily lure and practice it is plain that the truthj whatever it may be has taken possession of him James Russell Lowell ilICE1On recount of the death of my hus band4t II Young1 I will sell the en tiro stackof including n gen oral line of groccrifW dry gtlOd no lions etc 1 vill also lerse tile building prendnsly qpcupicd hyhiiriat Beclnierville MRS S E YOUNG Jl1l12t- ItWinchesterFankIWINCHESTER N H WITHERSOON President LW Cashier r SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS SAVES Afi IOWA MAWS tlFE TliQ very grave scenietl ioyiwn before Robert Fadsne of West Bur lingt ii loxva when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best piysic5aus gave him up Then was shown the marv lou5 curative power of Electric Bitters orafter eight uionths of frightftil suffer iiig from liver rouble and yellow annd cgCllilg1O help frojn otllcrJ rcmec1ior doctor five this mcatchlgss medicine tlOQIPet cured him Its positively guaranteed fEou QtciaqhLie tQJI dney iron s amL eve sppcjnts 0nJS5Ol Im the Vr drudstore N2 r t 1L1aiIi nIn C OODS I IrJ4EST1RS I THJh New Suits and Cloaks Fresh From the Makers Needle direct from Americas Greatest Cloak and Suit Factories LaVo gue Lt H Co and Printzess Makes Thes aremade Jrjm the surplus materials left on acf count of the warm October These choice suits were bought atl4to13 off regular prices We pass the good fortune on to you All garments guaranteed by the makers for two seasons satisfactory wear o I If4QQO2QOA and 2250 Suits SUM 1650 and 1500 Suits 1008 Special Prices on all Cloaks The Curry Dry Goods Co i tTLY iW l I I4oIr SALESSMLL PrOIVr THATS OtR I nODi = =I m A t FEllOW CITIZENS LADY CITIZENS And AI Other Fellows When you want a andEV Rr S IrlCiFENCE then try California Privet And ph nry how it does aId to the artistic appear ance of your residence Poole 5 Purlla nt those new fellows will fill your order any way you want it And by the yard rod or mile And with home green stock Just think of it HOME GREEN POOLE RURLLANT Florists jPHONE 3gi spn The Beautiful Lexington Pike = SSi T FINED 50 Judge P R Pomlleton Satuidav af pittTuett i t mr Mtttiug Will Henderson was held by and costs A Read The Nevvs t Send Us Your sLaniuiry and we will lix it up like t IS Winchester taundrv Co f IW orkWondersfor Large F1gure TheR dusogready improveswell cfevelopect ifi esand gives support where most needed dura9leapwill reduce the bjps and abdomen from one to five fpcbes g Price 300upthaidto1OOO Sold at an Stores Everywhere WElNGARTEE0S f1ik 341 Sttfr iwy ewYek- oL I y Jo A I 0 ltJ i fti ji I r iiY 5 fryj r ce i t e ir d yp r 7 n t WW rr THE WINCHESTER NEWS i I 1C1GiDtChn t M lit rc dJ I f SOCIETYJ 10 iiV MacNeillStewart r0he thirr3ge of Miss Lucy Bull ftart to Ir UoTneV Charles Mae 26iU will be solemnized al the First vhHHtian chnreh al ocoekon tie eyemjit of Weilnesdny November 10- ev J Ik Ma Neill tilbcp ol the ioj5m will rterfcriirT the cilremony- Bnd tlfQ atteridiMlts arc to Ijc Mrs JlogeivjBarues clIntrOil of Honor Mrs 1tHiam Freneh JJJcs Yernot i lisle Miss Virginia Sitllivaii of Vbrsaille- sMi3 nilin l Judy of Sit Sterling MjrhMatk Brrtwn best man Or Koko lrti Mr Howard II Porter fr- jwWeather MrV Roger Baylie- siiul Mr Arrtinon llisle Mias Elizabeth Engle entertained etJlniwith iielightful social at Her home on the Paris pike Pleas jmtgathes were phycd and luseians rUltSfi tl an liesweiV stfrvetl The evcylingwis most enjOyably spent r IitS Hog er BairiljVof Mt Sfei 1gjiw visiting her parents Ah tina Mrs C R Stcwnrf- Mi5i j Ti4rJl vjiti qt Kbkorao likl jK iho finest of Rev and Mts J FiMeiH SMrIarkIrowii of Kokomo Ind iir aniVC Tuesday to net as best nuin MacXeillStewarV edtlte 4diliss Virginia Su11iiMn6f Versail les nhil Ijsft Paulina Jmly of Mt tcrlingrili arrive TiTesilay to act acJ brides maiils for tiie MacXeill Stewhrt wedding I Messrs A tB JimtW RSpiiaV Iud B D Gojtfiiiyy h1j counts for a liird html 7ilr Thomas Moore Hampton join 1ccl Mrs Hampton in Louisville where Q1fli been Vlgifingh sister Mrs Kehiicily Helm and they went from there to ShclUyyille where a pleas apt wcckdnl yrs spent wtlh MJ Heniji Poynter 3lfi35 l jlajjtin ngly- encrlalJ1tdI a nirnl el friends on Sntiirday afternoon A delicious menu ai SC1 ctiJIHla delightful social Ufteriipon was spent liiS5s Nanny oocl Tucjcer is ill at lie i9mo1i Fairfax street Miss Cora Lloyd of Lexington and 5Tr A Ci Cunriiugbnni of Lawrence with Mr and it IcSunday is quite ill at T S ss vspentc Sunday ie iTith Mr ailtl Mrs Harry Shaw in LfI Lexington MIS Asa Ividd and children of the county were guests for several days I 5f Mrs Charles Hdgrir Prof M Mrs W S Anderson I liavc selected Lindsoil Pryor as a f li fprCKARns Hand Taintiecr hinaL makes an ideal Wed ding pift We are sole agents for Pickaril in Winchester C H BOWEN IOPTICIAN 29 rIii if 8 name for their hahilsonfo little son Mr C H Griflith spceial agent forth tfhic3govbrunfcltVttlVVlft crScn thaler Linotype Tbmpanyils in the citY01lbUSP1CSS 31r Griffith well known here and in Lexington where he formerly lived ofIl3h Hr D Stubblcfield left Monday folmClhonletJing RIM TIME tABLES EXIHGTON EASTERN RY CO tTime Card In Effectdiunet2l JS03 2al Bound No2jNov MII IL ii B Junction 3 20S2t y City 350 90 iiNaturatTorrent 447 9 Beattyville June r 5 10 1017 O t K Junction o05 lllf Iu Jackson 610 ll2v Westb und DaUyiDaily Sun Atliol v 537 lO 4t t I Nbil No3 So S4i ELF EiJ1t Gui iV Jackson J61O 12 20 7 0i Athol 0 K Juneltf15122J 70f 73 BeatfjTille June 7 07 j320 75 81I1 StantonIS 15 4t20 8 Clay City S 25 4 35 9 541 9341Winchester Lexiiigton 955J fi05 110 2a HE FOLLOWING COIINECTIONSI ARE MADE CEFT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos1 ind3 will make connections with thi 0 Ky ior Mti Sterling Bedttyjille Junction Trains NdsV witJifCcoanton Junction Trains N6sff 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers or and from Campton Ky Q1 K Junction Trail fos3 tiid 4 will connect with the 0 Railway fur Cancel CityKand L j HERE Yilll ARE 41 Norway Mackerel large and fat 1Oa piece Genuine Big Sandy Sorghum f Tfliii is the first sorgMkn we have been able to buy this year and as thesupply is short we advise buyitig early r 6O cents a Gallonf Heinfzs Prepared Miiiee Meat t iifce mother makes absolutely pure all thefruit I being cut and cleaned han 2O cenis per pound liIeres YourChance tve a Varietyh jacNeUI Vv batherse r h1 d f I 1 Both PhonesNo4d 1 i e CLIFTON I EeROSS I I i I ROUSING VALUES INI MERCH4NMSEtII= LT H iL AiDeautifu1assoriient of Blankets nP Cdmfortitf arnvedand is now 6nC1isi 1 yat Qrir stre ftatlifr Ready towear j ttepiarlmettf th Jf iTI iJrrIhlitrweais complete andwe are showing e and styles at reasonable piicesA jt Tailored Suits SlS OWto SSOOOtifi 1t ll f tt 4 rW rI f Our stock also includes all the accessoriesv for a perfect winter toilet not the least roi Kefti a ig tineM h t t livl C F Handsome Furs i ifSilks eshw1 at our i t di fJ7 Jftc5iiifters al1dour display oJY S i l t I Bpoadiclotlis w p ztI f rrr cannot be excelled Ask for prices on cmr A1hgatoi Skin vi i J II Pocketbobkshichalre Jt fAlways T 1WBIIrz W CLIFTON B ROSS f I Ip t1gS1t V 4IIt i n l I h d ay stations ilgrmsLOUISVLLE HASHVlLLE1 Southbound No CmcinuatiKnorrille IccaJ Arrives lOjia a mj departs 1019 a L aNo 33 CincinnatiJdctsonyillo united 1039 a m MaysvilleStanford local rithGin naticonnectjon at Paris mtp ni r 1 1 PorthbOu d t t No 34AtfaKtarCincinnati limited i57 a m iNo Stanfordlaysville local Cincinnatiiafe 715 leaves at 722 y m cJ No 38AKnoxH lieCincihnati io arrives 248 departs 253 p m No 32 Jh kp ntUIeCinni iaii united 5 58 p m All are daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily except Sunday I tCHESAPEAt OHIO It eaaQflab1e tJewelryj i ast DuldIXo 20 Daily Ex Sun Sa nx No 22 Daily t210 p in lb 28 Daily Ps Sun 030 p Efr pIm L K7fldilEx Srin 7J23T a nt No 21 Daily i 043 am b 25 IJ nyEX Sun 2iW P Nb 23 DlilYi 4J h i The gieat ThcnksgiingLiiun Sale begins next Fridtiyv Phu1fly Dry OtoodS onipany TN3t- SHALL WOMEN VOTE II thiciid nihtfisdti1avoe Div Kings New Life Pills the uPencay hot kconien For bauishingrduir rfggeit feelings baekacllD oV head aclie consUjytition dtspelhingold imparting appetite rfnd tbtiing up tho SYSfc111 u1le3e itn 4mifCJ11E 11 sfb sure 5tf at theTiiTclPstcl Drug store 1 Sewer pipe of all sizes at reason able piicOH Roi BOOIIP 11143t H f XT IIIGold C ff Links Tie Clasps Lockcts 1stpV Ohain I Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgrii iind Fart Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vciiity C ses Also Bri 1gcaud 5oSet Oaldvvlin irosofBigWathIWINCHESTER KY I r i = c 1 Citizens Natltof Bank I Paid up Capital Si GQOOCi Surplus 551000 WE SOLIIT YbUUINE We will give yon cort treatment and alt ndjjroniptly and carefully b aU business enfruste3l to us J D mgspn Pies I 1H jETabi otjy sshfer P Phillips y1rts I Wi Po3ter Asst hir 1 7 r t p t I rfl GRIM JEST Recalled When GovernorElect Tener LonflItlf- t pitotSBtTRflK Scfltt oh4 stormyIto tliQ Souith itle Hills to attend the tlI1t ekrL1w 1l rfnnltQng btia btfdn 6irtV ricntU forlcn iial1dfBi lv hiOlmdot1etIbeenepo1tied Jig deadv isP vhftihsd a1waysbemitb1 until lust week tfvj rove tuv atibi ie ccntly iit jest oftered to ietTclCt- othatihe woiildMive ritttcml Tellers pin Ecic = 4 THESAFE WAS EMPTY qrlmsI91 sae I gtwas their onlv hooj v r v Jui Guessing lqatimthehndbeenplain tile contqxtxjt the passsgg Thisi rtIThis was said Mien the eljjattdrPriests Alone Allowed Wine tllitwine in which the spirit of his an j cestor had entered the gtiestibn was how much could each one drink and ivhab quantity was sate s9 that th 9 user could carry on the observance c f the sacrament without confusion Finally it Was decided that thepriegta only could drink the wine with safety Good york Being Done In prance France is systematically reforesting its barren places to revive the soil abate Heeds mitigate droughts pre vide employment for her workers and facI1 Lengthening Her Stay Litttc May wanted pe uiissiob to go r ht4h3v iM7S r 0two vIaile r 1maq fi7 i L il f GAs OYSPtPSI N I IHMGt lION yIHS- iiJs Your OirtofOrder Stcmach tand Ends All IntiiqesUon Five MinI 1utes Later You dineut ahythinjr your siomj- jach craves without ieur of Indises- tion or Dyspepsia or that your food will fermont or Sour on your stmmicb if you wilt tnke Vjitile Diapepsin oc casionahly yon hiealwlll fttC gbland anything you eit will he digested noiunj can fcrnrntor turn into acid or poison or stomnclr gas vhich j causes BelcliUip IVizziness a feeling of IullMoss after cUting Nausea Jit 1 digestion HiRe a lump of lead hit stnmnch UilionsncRS Hcarthunj t rfitpr Brjirfni Pain in stiiinach nail 1 itestincs or the symptoms lleadachtis from t le stomaeli arcS absolutely unknown whore this et ieitive rwiiedy is itseil Diapeptij i really does all the work iE a htfalth sti inifi It Jige fs your meals whet your stomaei vinlv A single dost I ill digest all the Pood you eit and l jive iiptflingto ferment or sour am upset the stoniaclu Gtt a large oOeent case of PapeV Diapepnih from your druggist aw f start taking now ijulin a little whilj1 you w41l actually btsig alwuit yqir healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and evoryi thing you want wifhont the flight s discomfort ormiseryj and every par Hell of impurity and Gns that is it your stomntlb uul intestines is goin tobe cnnied away without the use o j Incentives or ally other assistance iShould you nt this moment he suf stoatIin five minutes fl When you buy coal from us Y01 have no Uflh1OPesTrV delay higtt n it Riivsf ItnniuC ll143t GREATEST RACE IN W YEARS LIonia Fall Meeling Will End In Braze of Glory 1 ETR1ESFOB TPK 0IEHT First Step Taken by Latonia Racing Association Jn the Direction of Stimulating Breeding of Horses Otnntum Handicap With a Purse of Fifteen Hundred Dollans Will Bring Together Crack TwoYear Olds at the Track CtnnnalOSjcela1Latonla will wind ujj its most successful fall meeting Ina1jac f glory this week The of tile biggest events ever pulled off in the tfost will be the feature Tor Tuesday Xovl 15 in a twomile race in rriileh sonic of the best horses in tho country will start Those that ani sure to go are Bonnie ICelso the bst longdistance torse jfrcm tile east Cbuntless who has a wbrld of speed and a lot of staminrf and vhoKhails from Tennessee CUer rvola the speedy filly Cherryola the plodding T4boo another easterner Fauiitleroy a Derby colt LenmencQ another one good at a rote and Citronella a game filly belonging Ip Captain Gassatl Others may be entereuVlut the field as it stands would be hard to duplicate and nice bound to make a great race of it It has been many years since horses of the calibre of Bpiinie Kelso Countless and Cherry pis have gone to the post Inn long distance event and this race marks the first step that the Latonia Rae lug association has taken in the di teedingtosneed and dropping the system of running races tIiito3i1y scfrve asl mC Slums for betting Besides this take the branium Handicap conies up on Thursday This is fqr lwc earolds and upwards and is vorti 1500 It will bring gether all cf tiie crack twoyearolds at the trr s Vill lll1 tlr the scq4 iest ot the manj good sprinters at thp ecuso Saturday the closing day the Finals takes wlih beticfeature This is aflSellin event and will Tiring a high class field of Jlaers together The otlier iacs ori te daily prfc grams will Le of the best sort and tile cvei aT lit handicaps wilL be mada up of tIle qtmatcdtI at the track Wit i a prcsrain like tljis for the lastbw 5ek e the session record brea fng crowds arc looked foK somethins that the Latciiia manage nten deserve forita energy and its enterprise The vtatonia track one of the most beautifut in the country Js IlL Rear ituckj7aJ 6ut thrive anjloaeihaif miles sOuti of Cijicliinatl aiid is ie reacied by Ceingtoa ear iisetf frosi j1 ii I w 1 r J f h Ir I2ff2A i salail at the table has various Mbdtii pauimcnts brougHt to hvr wtthIdhtta- nd vinegar Sometimes a sweet rcetf pepper chopped very nile is iii1i1a- nother time hard bolted e it to flakes serve as a foundation ort14iY dressing Chervil anti chives e1iofiL1- very Quo arc somttmc in thCpbptibm of the bowl and when tlm salad jS plain lettuce there may be it slicefcof oliioa tine or iigrien StIrcevinegar snIt and paprika go into tfiei bpwl whatever it may contain t anta gtiemulsified with them t 4j J 1ifrA New Soup Xot every one know that the CPH non field sorrel makes a soup tMlwij Hipnlar in France A cuJtiyaltfd k vith larger leaves and soxn lii icid flavor titan the wild kindis stftnefv imi s found here in the fancy market 1Wash drain and chop rtfibuVa pln of Hie sorrel and mix it with mlftUtl1 iives Turn the mixture into Q with a ttfulcspoouful of buttcri anji qol very slowly for ten miiutes Uif v the end oC the time add three cupfnjs jf boiling water with salt andpcppcr and bon for live minutes Reciq froni the lIre stir in the beaten SIk jfi two eggs and turn into a soiitulr- een i over croutons i Spiced Plums For the sirup nllov one poubdoC ugar to en eli pound of fruit and it f cant pint of vinegar to everyr tureey pOUhils To eachsugar tVP r plums allow one tablespoon fuj tjtjf ground cinuiimon one of cloves 6n ot rqace and one of allspice Pricli cAgjx plum well with a darning needle nd the spices to tho sirup and your the sirup boiling hot over the plums irtthem stand three days then sklpVout the plums and boil the sirup down litril quite thick so there is just enptigk to cover the fruit Pour hot over lDiunis Set away in a stone jar with oaralfiu paper over the toP V J ii tt1 Sweet Apple Pickles Kv Make a sirup with three pounds d f ugar and one pint of vinepiir jhd whileit is heating put in about a 5aV pooufui each of clovesnnd nhIlii mu a stick of cinnamon broken in blteV Aheii the sirup boils up well put In even pounds of good cooking apple tared cored and cut in quarters iurn liiMii over jrontly with a wooden spooh v iieing careful not to break them cof mtll you cai pinetrato with a fork ttthen turn into jtfrs ilore applescan be added from time to timeif otL have them in a toite crock urttllSSi rock is full These will ketfdr lAcarApple Lemonade WiT Take six tart apples three le nee iuarter stick of cinnamon fjjpr ups of sugar two bay Ieav5 w6 ft up of raisins and one orange VitI1 juarter and core the apples ihitttfwini into the kettle with the ralsillsbny c andCinnamou Add two tw water and bring to thefi ntJoint Add two quarts more Of cold water in whlvh the sugar and gtiitcA rind ot the lemons and oningo hSe icon dissolved Simmer slowly Hjijft m hour strain and when readtO- erre add the juice of the lenlonsifiijt the orange Set on ice until very cofchj1 JjToif vinegar three pounds of sugar anil tablespootituleach of cloves aniVsljAlcf Cinnamon Put the fruit sugarati1 in the In tndttti mornlngdriiiiotr tklsnijlitsn Jin the fruit and cook untlitlfe i pears are transparent and canct pierced with a fork t 1 Oatmeal Cookies Sift a quart of flour twice iitIttenK opnfuI of suit and one of bikIng soda arid stir into it three cupstIt drs oatmeal When themeal find 06ur are thoroughly mixed add aVcUpful t melted butter and two cupfuja pf powdered sugar Add enough colfl water lo make a dough that cafljj6ij relied out roll thin cut into Knd bake Keep in a tin box hCa Uit Ilace iS iSTry This idwhit5beef extract and then injifctj K kbeenheated through and served witlrcrotii jfamiliarItj Corn Pudding Cut tile corn from the cob Mas rather fine fur eacli cupfwl of cor- fupful I tl of milk 8111 one beateij Qgj spoonful of biiiiifi e 11Ulit taster pUt ijjj i ijafchi g IIlt W rveut tlil u Ul1t1l a light tt tdJ II tc 1w54 r 3t i Ir r r i r H iZ4 V r tIirr Me I j 2 r5- cL js T1 4Ir 6 THE WIMOHESTER HEW r 75p 1zthqslice st fcmii fronchilij weak i w1 his aekc W l prCOUNTY eOURT DAYS Below is a list of tbe days county 1ittSarehe1d each month in coun I1 rGl i unty r dersbrLawrencebur 3rd Mon a1Jfth pjingsviHe 2nd Monday qtirbou Paris 1st MondayI Bby D nville 3rd Monday BrwthUt Jackson 4th Monday Crar Winchester 4th Monday Mondayifjliyiitte Monday TKieniihg Flemingsburg 4th Monday jrpku tIranRfort 1st Monday 9 rrafid Lancaster 4th Monday 0 6t illiamstdwn 2nd Monday o thu na 4th Mond- ayatinNichoiasYille 3rd Mon ondayiu11st MondnyJtetyJIt Stelling Srd Mon t 3WNOJL50 acres 71 miles fromitWincUester two story frame dwiliinjjs with rooms 2 porches gfodSstabicf1 holds 4 acres of tobac cNiJ e Eo seand all other outbuilci 1114kI4trg k 3onng orchard in fnllj bearjytt eficTn good Divided into f ur otsn1lweUa terpd AU i- nraxeejt 8 or 10 acres Close to o d Whpql Price 6 000I KAIIM N O 258atcs 6miles Irditri Winchester on good pike Has tyvo story frame dwelling of 8 too tiui1fS2j ircIIesjiigobd edrt ctVt Butn hod 4 aees of fIcJ21ktI hiOlSe 4hptl com cr 4 n lC l ut buildii- gs14diu4 1 ti tets eichone bcin- V4i t t1Ul f IIccin firt i6Qn Has hitg C oiing- ore4h m full bearing Close Xod4chpol and chuvches and in less th f 1 rl rpfmitc from nilIpd tappii Will ill rhise good to- laep Atrgain at 3 700 acresVG mil Is YrptPk yincliesterj on good pike w9 t6ry frame dwelling of 7 oJl181r1 orches stock barn 5acre ttii ddcelIara 1dallut tUQjngt illdtl good condition di YtSe Mjiv YJracts all well watered wad eTiced About 20 acres in culI vatjol JnilQUQe in grass Within epe lliutt mije of good school church store tfnd postofficc and blacksmith hop E licc6OOO IlJfNO 46oacres 7 miles jfrpm WTncliester onequarter mile fromj rhUioad station hillS twostory dnTgiveHing oC rooms new stock b4 rny 1 acre Jtpbacco barn all n ccE isary oytpuirdings Well w ttrea- ttil1iIDoI yvcUs and creeks All ou- ts4cting good About 15 acres ittittion f balance in grass Iftic 0 9 1AJ tN 5110 acres 7 miles ft m incl eterj tnvostoiy frame dvvlliogviflv 7 rooms Gacre tobac ci iJarnV AH necessary outhouses dtnalifcnlint house Wfcll fenced and Watered Trice 75 per acre FALWo 6105 acres 5 miles ffni Wihclfcstor on good pike Good dcliingsor7or8 rooms All neci cisary ontbuildings 12acre Ltirn aii3 tenant house Well fenced 0N iyniiereiIi Plenty of tobacco lai- di13Q per acre J RMvNO 7315 acres p miles fdWiuch ster has two fiveroom Seventyyears of experjbnce with Ayers Cherry Pectoral have given us great coD dence Jn it Ve strongly reborn mend it for coughs coldsbronchitis weak throats arid weak lungs It pre vents It protects It soothes It heals Just the belpnature needs day Nicholas Carlisle 2rd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendlcton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo iday MpndayWoodford Logical Reason for Argument When conversing or arguing do not try to sustain your position at any shift and doige and hedgo and bluff and bluster to maintain that you were right Listen and follow your opponent if lie compels you to go with him a mip go with him twain Try to get at meat of his convjctipn You know yours already1 Most people con verse to hear their own remarks and wait impatiently for their friend to finish lila sentence to break in with their own- Not Happily Expressed- have another patient in this neighborhood remarked the doctor so kill two birds with one stone I FIRMS FOR SALE 11n1ri1ty grass Price 50 per acre FAITh NO 826 acres 312 milet from Winchestei on good pike Ha new 6room dwelling barn and outbuildings Price 3500 FARM NO 950 acres 7 mile frpm Winchester has twoston frame dwelling with rooms tobacco barn holding 6 acres all necessarj outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cut tiyationr balance in grass price 5 FARMNpi i03Q0 acres 12 mil es from Winchester oHris ijvostprj frame dwelling with T rooms ten- aitluSue8adretobacco barn larg stock barn and all necessary put buildings Qne of the best watered Laths in the county 75 acres it cultivation balance in grass prici 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 76 mil cs from Winchester Frarae dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen dielcombinedstock and tobattco ban which holds 4 acres of tobacco al kinds of fruit pnicc380O FARM NO 12157 acres 14 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of t rooms 7acre tobacco barn and al outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358 acres 7 mile from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and al1 necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 mile from Winchester on good pike ha 4room hnant house new 10acro bacco barn neverfailingL water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NO 1502acres 7V2 mile from Winchester on good pike bm twostory frame dwelling with rpoms good cellar and all outbuildings good stock burn 10acretobao cp barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Prier nCreI 1670 acres 3V has twostor frame dwelling with 7 rooms Al outbuildings 12 acres in cultivatioi balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO 175812 acres 5 mile from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 IFARM NO + 8103 acres flea tins 3room tenant house well fenced and watered Alt goor land on good pike Price 105 pe acre Br Tracy Stokely QHiihMcEldowney Bldg Both Phones Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 xiiash5or5t history of a few years we have hiilt up a bus- tneMwhich we are justly proud wea t pleased with our business because of the volume to futurekl titf for far dealing with our customers and friends And were glad tlIllt our customers are in all parts of the city and couu jLyvqndjbat we number our customers among the humblest a ell as the rich depositors We wol1ike very much to have you enlisted as one of our uStQtn rsJ cordially invite you to make usa visit and inve- igite rrailities for doing an upto late banking business If JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier f1r j LOWN Pres L B COOKR1LI VPrsll gf I fkf iiJ t if 5t YoULL WANT IT The Now Tool Forrn Rernov Iing Corn From the Cob 5 J 4 1 y- iS IPhoto by American iress Association THE SPLITTER AT WORK Many persons like to cut their corn mlerthiscently invented is a simple and neat little contrivance that comes in plated and real silver for use attibJin removing the grains of corn from tle- cobthat is it doesnt remove them en tirely but extracts all the substance of the corn leaving the kerriels on the cob i A Smart Bathrobe- A good bathrobe is an expensive thing to buy but a stunning robe may be made by the skiljful seamstress of blue bordered Turkish toweling like OF BLUR BORDERED TURKISH TOWELING the one illustrated for very little mon uyi and not much time will be ex pended in the tanking for the model is very simple in design Roosevelt the Feminine It has just been discovered by Duf lield Osborno that Mr Roosevelt flsra typical embodiment of the feminine in nan Mr Osbnnie announces thedls covery in the Forum and ingeniously upholds it A vomaos horizon we are told Is not less distant than a mans but when she gazes at It she hQlds up her hands like blinders and sees only the small segment that is straight ahead instead of allowing her eyes to sweep around the circumfer ence It has been supposedthnt Mr Roosevelt in the course of his seven years in the White House surveyed nearly all the known subjects survey ablb by the human mind but Mr Os borne nevertheless finds that his is preeminently mind that sees one thing at a time or in other words works by Intuition pure and simpte Therefore is he a feminine type A Mirror Precaution Many persons do not know that sun nhlnels destructive to mirrors and pro duces that milky appearance which cannot be got rid of When a mirror is being washed the water should not be allowed to get close to the edges for often it will leak under giving a mottled effect anti ruining the glass njnd mirrors should be placed where the siin will not strike them and tlie cleaning pastes that they are polished with should uot be too moist forth re ire JtIquWimdmirrors useful ue wllj soou coine 1nLiud t i ri t l lt i 5S- j I I Ii oddIMore Flossies Fair Miss Libbeyc Stopped Writing Novels 5 QJ i1I1SB IAXRA SEAN LIDDJtYI Terrible calamity Girls its something awful Laura Libbey has written her last book Positively her last Her press agent says so- Georglnnntbebemtltnl silk spin qer will nevcragaln clasp Alexander Algernon DuBois Vere de Yere in her strong young arms while the liquid starlight flames in the burning depths of her lapis lazuli orbs Alas how per fectly horrible if true No more marriages of gartered dukes to the sweet singing little canary In the clmnibre de proudIoff a shoe button for marry ing the IOdg keepers magnificently whoIIin BrazilL threat must carry consternation to every kitchen in the land arid 10000 ctory girls will tear their hair with pitiful wails when they get the stupendous news And what will the distinguished au thoressvaudevlllian turn her pen to now Hist She een Kvill become a play wright The playwright hanker grips her soul and majJiap she will strip the brows of Theodore Kremer and Owen theliIi DCi1gTht in the new Liverpool cathedral for wbIc1Is planned scheme stained glass win dows commemorating the deeds of good women On one the inscription rIH sQl1cen Victoria and All Noble Queens and others are inscribed Grace Darling and All Courageous Women Catherine Gladstone and All Loyal Hearted Wives Elizabeth Bnrrett Browning and All Women Who Have Seen tbe Infinite In Things Airs Alice Stebbins Wells it is re ported will be atfpomted policewoman of Los Angeles Cal It was Mrs Wells efforts backed by thp ministers and clubwomen that caused the ordi nance to be passed creating the office of policewoman in Los Angeles My work Is to be chiefly where young people gather for entertainment in parks penny arcades moving pie lure shows and dance halls Mrs Wells explained when asked to talk about her new work 1 will deal chiefly with the proprietors AJ such places arid will see that all laws are obeyed and the places are kept clean mind moral Although Miss Clara Barton the founder of the Red Cross society in the United States is ninetyone she still takes personal charge of one of the branches of the society Miss Bar mis relief work dates back to the chnwar when she became a nurse on the battlefields and organized searching parties formlsslng soldiers Still a Housekeeper at 104 Living far up in the Alleghca- ymountainsis a remarkable woman who is more than 1Q4 years old She has the proofs of her age and the in habitants for miles around gather on Aug 2 each year to make merry on her birthday and to express hope that she may live many more years She Is Mother Shoemaker and her home Is near Dubols Pa SheVas born in 1SOI5 Bent with herrearsbuthappJ- nndcontentedfeslts fn a tiny house built in the mountains She does nod Imvo a housekeeper or a servant She says she Is strong enough to do her qwn work and to attend to her own wants It would not bother her 1C slip did not have an income for her support Slip says she could earn her own living wjtiiQUt any trouble She lias lived the simple life She has worked in the fleldsHnd she has been A mother jrfpf v If YopvWjint to Be Liked Dont whinpeopleshv nice things to you thlnktliil tHoy must necessarily hp ln qutte ss nlttUral Xor johjp flercntoputtheIr nice thouebtg lnhriJltQOrdBU 1tls for thfem c 5i MARKETS CINCINNATI 0ov I2ei-pts and shipments of live stock at c Cincinnati Union Stockyards to ay Tere Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 260 2f7r 232 Shipments 612 4395 269 Cattle Quiet and prices about steady at yesterdays decline ship pers 4655590 extra 6Co625 butcher steers extra 540565 good to choice 435525common to fair 3353425 heifers extra 465485 good to choice 4460 common to fair 275385 cows extra 1405460 good to choices 375425 common to fair 225 365 canners 175265 bulls steady and quiet bolognas 365 425 extra 435450 fat bulls 415465 milch cows steady Calves Steady extra 950 fair to good 8925 common and large 350775 Hogs Market opened generally 10 cents lower than yesterdays erily1 prices closing weakat the decline heavy hogs 735790 good to choice packers and butchers 785a 790 mixed packers 775785 st4gs 550650 common to choice heavy fat sows 550725 exthi 735 light shippers 750775 pigs 110 lbs and less 450775 SheepStrong extra 3754 good to choice 325365 r common to fair 2215 stock ewes 350 425 LambsStrong extra 625 good to choice 57a615 common to fair 4755oO yearlingsv45 Winchester Opera HOUSE November 14 10 WFMANNPRESENTS Wm Winterhofi AS THE PARSON IN THAT GREAT MORAL PLAY IT H E FIGHTING PARSON Endorsed by Press and Pulpit as the best pastorial play ever written COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL A FIGHT FOR HONOR FIGHT FOR MOTHER FIGHT FOR THE PULPIT Seats now nsale at Strodes Drug Store Downstairs 25 35 SOc Gallery 25c DRINK tyxfflgaMore Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come ad avoid time rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect aP of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sherin 1015tf Now is tile time to buy Red Star coal for winter mouths Royse Boouc llU3t Matter of Solidity During a recent transatlantic trip I kept a diary relates a noted actor We were only a few days out yrtien I became very chummy with a noted tenor We were both traveling alone and 60 sought each others company- a great deal In my diary I wrote We are very thick I think he is the thicker of the two Transportation A Texas evangelist says Persons who speculate on the stock market or bet on horse races are bound for hell in a racing automobile But the ex perience of an observer is that those who speculate on horse races or betS on the stock market usually there as pedestrians Reason for Happiness You look particularly happy today said CUIman am Suburbs Ive Just succeeded in get ting our leading lady to sign for an oulerelntbctheatrfcal not I refer to our cook Catbojic IJdardandthne Classified Advertisements IIfIltsertionssertion jlOc a word per month Scattered insertions Jc per word per- r insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents IFOR RENT Store room on corner of Maple and Broadway Immediate possession given Good stand Ifor Insurance on your Tobacco I Office in McEldowney fcriMinf J me Phone 728 t East Teon 26 Insure In- SmOThERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance andiand Real Estate Agency OFC Fraternity Bld Pioni tSr FOR RENT Rooms on Vinn avenue ilrs1Emerson feed lot forII IWANTEDFodderI1u1 Dor S 119ot FOR RENTCottage on Browne Court all modern conveniences A Beatty News office VI t 1031tf r FOR RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plovt at once For money rent or good note Apply to H VEctpn at Ectons grocery lO10tf NorthI1013tf FOR RENTTwo rooms over Me Cord Phillips shoe storeI FOR SALE 3GO shocks of corn andj a feed lot furnished 3 miles from Winchester on the Mt Sterling pike Apply A J Jordan phone 866A 11106tl FOR SALE Twenty meat hogs weight from 175 to 350 pounds Apply J 0 Piersall 11113t TUN6STENLAMPSThe Fee Company in order to encourage use of current have arranged with Ilbe to reduce the price of Tungsten to cost for the present 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp 120 60 watt lamp s 90 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a applinncesI WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use brme flonrtbtIbest made Kerr an White Pearl flour has no ednal fCINCINNATIBetween Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel French Thy Clean lag pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone 528 Winches l ter Kv 1182uksI THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for thi1 machine which is well known for it durability and good work Will be pleased t dsb r the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sell ICj Logical Deduction- That man doesnt own an auto and one11Whateuy to tell Didnt you see how heart lly he laughed Wbenbe aw liii fit nds auto stalled lath imuaVDe trolt Free PreHt 2n t tJIIt i 1 I4DBHAJCriON 01 v cuam 1raldD iLOflT C4J tCsth Clark County National Bank EstabtUbed tau IAccounts of Merctuflis flliAIfIITraders Solicit CcllecUon Made onAH Pun Ccpital and Surplus 35000000 FARM WANTED to 100 acres well injprtvtU sad Iiiood pike not more than dor miles from Winchester TRACt fSTOKBLY illtiSS BUICK RUNABOUtI Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind MainetiIWINCHESTER GARAGE PENDLETON RUSH BUSfl Atiorniyi at Law V Stk Floe = McEtdoUI1ey BRi- IWInchestr h F KY LEWIS R HAMPTO V f Attorney e zwtSh4 fflce 5th Floor LoK p nijjW Special Attention to Coljtdltoil Winchester Rj if ff r T Jw J M STEVENSO11S at La f J3IFIR ANI TORNADO SNSURANC E WINCHESTER KY IFFiCE HCEIOOWNEY lllllllB Phone 14- 5SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the snoh cst legible shorthand Taught bacourse of individual lesspnsr fte best method ot teaching known J6 Lary 234 S Highland street HoltTo phone 737 NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER rIf my friends hadnt blundered fu thinking I was a doomed vi tijQf consumption 1 might not be auve now writes D T Sanders of Har rodsburg Ky but for yersItlivs- aw every nttemptto cure a lungra ing cough fail At last I frietl4r Kings New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stoppcathp cough nnIam now in better lipaHU than I have had for years This ivbn derful life saver is an unrivaled rem jldy ft1J coughs eoldst lagrippe asth iha croup hemorrhages whooping coughor weak lungs 50c 101 Trial bottle free Guaranteed By the Winchester Drujr Go j t JITMeaning of IClubman In fbe far spread New Torkj orto Any the public takes less IntereSt lii the private affairs df the children df Vanity Fair than its used to do An so it is elsewhere You may ttA tie splash in a pond it is lost in the ocean which is a modern metropolis Tpdftj the term clubman means B0tkln In the days that are no more jtj as definition that stood for ionjellllag New York Evening Sun y ic I i l Oh You Brute V certain favorite Aiaericariiilrei lA reportcl to have iaW tp ok pt that as for Herself rife was Iwecldetllo art On which one ottiosa horrid newspapermea thouchlnfiirp 1 Ier to remark Xht8 MrY Ito be t cbniratuUted as Art neither torej nor lias cold feet t rS