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L41 h t 1r i D f jr 1 fff tLa5t Edition j 111 VOLUME 5 NO 26 iiIi KENTUCKY TUESDAY 151910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A NEW CANDIDATES ARE EXPECTED y I Former Senator J C S Blackburn is Jtk y Mentioned For Race For FRANKFORT Kyf Nov 15Xev Candidates luc expected to enter the racfe for the Democratic nomination for Goyornor in this State soon for jtis talked about that ninny veterans Tvhbhave been battling for Dcmoc IE racy for years and have been forced Into private life are being urged to gc t busy if Former Senator J C S Blackburn rYersailies is one of the vets is being groomed by his friends Bhjqkbiun recently made a trip to I Louisville and while there made a I sppech to his admirers in which ho saidHhai he was not too old to be of service to his party and that he would answer the can to enter hit battlclat any tune Jin other words Blackburn said if he asgven the Democratic nomi rififi nfor Governor he Would aqccpt itjauid would make a winning race 1 iSifice the noise from this speech I 4q the State especially the Blue Grass section there has been friuclr favorable comment and tho ii echoes have been pleasing to the sup y porters of Blackburn I Tire name of Rogers Clay Com 1niissioner of time Court of Appeals isIbrought forward as Compromise candidate in case there is too hubs or lively a wrangle between the forces of Congressman Ben John s6nand former Senator and Gover rioty James J3 McCreary r EiucDEs FOR SERiES I QF SPIRIT MESSAGES Clalnjs first Reveal ivtfd itiat Death Was only a Peaceful Sleep VBpSTQ Novemher 15 il S t A5erliead of the large grocery firm q tL5Aycr Co rindan intimate friend of the late Prof William Taraips of Harvslrd vouches fort siies5ni spirit messages received from thin dead educator andphycho Jogist There arc four of the mes sages dated 17 24 and 31 and No Tembc 7 Time first message says And tliir is 3eatli only to fun asleep only to raViJken in time morning and to know titphl is well I am not dead only arisen J The second tells ofthe authors awe of death as a child and the realiza tion in latel year that derth uodJy tlie passing of the old into the jiew IiIwns hardly conscious when the change took place the message reads When I awakened 1 found myself standing beside tho olrf body which had served me fait fully and well Suddenly I became j qncious lhr t my body was sum roundled by ninny of my friends Djirwing a little nearer to that which was so like and yet so unlike myself vas I lund been I called them by name iindV stretched forth my hand and touched them But they heeded not VThcL third message tells of tire real t1 izHtion that an impenetrable barrier teparatcd ine from my loved ones on cattb I seemed to be transported through space and I lost conscious ness to awaken in a land so different I and jet s6 familiar to the one which Iliad so lately left Though I was dead I ws still alive HAUH BROKEN AND I COURAGE FAILING Celebrated Character of Early Days of the Northwest is Admitted to Soldlfers Home LOS ANGELES Cal Nov 15 Sure Shot Johnny Petrie one of the most celebrated characters of the early days of the Northwest has- reached the cfid of this rope is broken s in health and pdckct and was recent ly admitted to the Soldiers Home rit Sajvteile Petrie served as Deputy United States Marshal in the Dako tas ancl jMoiifanii and has over 1000 captures of cattle rustlers mind other criminals toftig credit 1r1 Lngtoidof the Three Bus Itreeentiibe1Ptmze igures asnr serb ed through the 1I r 5 0 I jil t i r I 2cm c S4JI lr 1i r f ii f 1i f zys ThE WINCHESTER NEWSWINCHESTER NOVEMBER Prominently Governorship spTjadover Communication Civil War with Illinois regiments and then went Vest One of his first ex ploits was the capture of the notori oils Jick Sully 1 desperado of the Missouri River section Twentythree years later Petrie led the posse that killed Sully then oper ating in Montana He served all told more than 40 years as a pence nltsi01ifrom Governors of territories and flofaInyt 1to hl SERIOUS RESULT OF JOY RIDE One is Killed aridiSeveral Are Injur ed By Overturning of Car in Ohio CFlILLICOTrE OHIO Nov 15 One killed and several injured was the result of a joy ride at an earjy hour Sunday morning near Massicr yule whilea party of seven were riding to the city Samuel Frad was instantly killed the car failing on his neck and break it Drew Robinson is uncon ling Jesse Frads arm was brok t and George Greivis suffered a broken leg The car skidded struck a rut and turned completely over Samuel Frad was 21 years old His body wrts re moved to Iris home at Newark CULMiNATIONI OFROMANCE Extending Over Period of Two Years is Elopement of Decendants of Illustrious Ancestors LOS ANGELES Cal Nov liJp- retty romance involving Miriam NcsI hilt CarowayEnders the greatgreat granddaughter of Andrew Jackson fend Thomas Hendricks Morgan Jr grandnephcw of Thomas Hendricks Vice President of the United States edtIin a runaway marriage at Sanitn Ann the local Grctna Green The descendant of President Jack son is 17 years old ami is the 1811gb1 ter of Mrs Carlos S Hardy of thisI city and the grandnephew of tho former Vice President is the son of Mr Thomas Hendricks Morgan of Los Angeles He is just 21 The young couple have beets de voted for nearly two years and have been engaged for some time but the parents of the young people objected to the marriage on account of tho youth of the couple Last Thursday they took mjvttcrs into their own hands and went to Santa Ann Tin ceremony was performed by Justice Srnithwickof Santa AntI SHOT DOWN BY- UNKNOWN HUNTER Doctors Were Summoned But Injured Man Died Before Their ArrivalI MELLEN Wis NOV lLouisIOleson of Abbottsford Viswbo hadon a red eoatandIcap was kill ed five miles from Mellon Sunday while hunting deer He was shot by an unknown hunter The ball entered the right lung and he lived an hour Ojeson was walking along a road hear Pcnokeo when he saw a man conic out of the woods and point a gun at him lIe threw up his hands and shouted but the hunter shot him The unknown muter ran as soon as he discovered his mistake Oleson yelled naid his companions a half nile away heard him and came to his rescue Doctors wore summoned but he lied before Hhcy arrived Sheriff Kleinsteiber and his bloodhounds are on the scene and together with a posse are trying to locate the hun tCr This is the second mail killed in this vicinity this season Oleson is City Clerk of Abbolts ford a man with a family and lies hunted in this vicinity for the past six years ELDER HARDING TO PREACH Jf Elder J W Haiding will pieachatt- Jte F irafxsic i hiucb on Sunday morhiug aild evening PRESV USSfRY IS RECHOSEN Directors of Blue Grass League Hol Business Meeting at Elks Building in Paris PARIS Ky Nov lurPresident iW C Ussery of the Blue Gras- League of base ball clubs was umthii imously reelected in spite ofhimscll Monday at the annual meeting of till directors which was convened in like parlors of the Elks building at 11 oclock a mIThe m was to order by President Ussery who submitted hi8- report for the season of 1910 whichIwas audited by a committee ing of J Q Stewart of Winchester T A Sheets of Lexington and Jame Fitzgerald of Maysville President Ussery in submitting his report reviewed the season of 1910 at length and pointed out what lie threatcnIcd orthIcoming the orisis as the feeling of sentiment which Ifas heretofore largely pro vailedwsis gradually if it hind not en tirely passing away and thai whatever degree of success would coon to each individual club and to then all collectively must come through tin sale of ticketsiind of other means oi moneyraising methods Tells of the Difficulties President Ussery told of tile many JdjIjHe snid that he had done his best impartially for whatever seemed best for the interests of the league am for clean basebrJl sport and an noiinced that he was not a candidate for reelection and hoped that tin directqrs could agree5 upon a mar thatvwould lc accepfahlc to the oil era of each club raid the fans throng out tire circuit Judge J J Grcenleaf president oi time Richmond Club then offered th following resolution which was unani mously jfinrried Resolved That time directors of tho Blue Grass League of Basebat- 1tib tender to President Ussery their thanks for his services and theii Confidence in his ability and fair- neSs Auditing Committees Report MIC auditing committee JlheH brought in the following signed re port We the committee have examin ed the financial report of President YoC Ussery ami have found it corI rect and the records wen kept Signed j Q STEWART T A SHEETS u JAMES H FITZGERALD The league then took tip for con sideration the question ofa salary limit mind upon motion of J Q Stew art seconded by President J W Ba eon of the Paris Club the salary lim it of Ciich club including that of th manager was fixed at iooOa month An amendment fixing the limit at 900 pet month wit the managers salary included was voted down and Un original motion was adopted 4 to 1 A motion was adopted requiring the president treasurer and secretary of each club within three daysafpj ter the payment of salaries on liii- first and fifteenth of each month tc send a sworn statement to the presi dent of the league s nwii r II amount of salaries paid club mem hers President Will Investigate The 1itshleiitrts empowered to institute investigation of any vio la lion of lhis rule upon the padof any club and to see to it that eveiy- cliii in the league lived up to the re quiremeut and that if any club Wf- ffoundguiUy ofmu violation ofits terms a fine of 23 was fo be imposed for each offense A motion was also adopted limiting the number of players including tire manager of each team to tehe- men effective fifteen days after the season opens- Conshlerable discussion cnsued- wItCH time 1911 schedule came up ami- ditivas finally determined to limit the playing season to 100 games commencing Thursday May 18 and cbs ing on Labor Day Monday Septem- tier This I however may be chcngcd as ft iaN desired to play the opening gttine in Lexington the meet of J Kjiigiits Teinplar conclavej which will mtix thousands of visitors to Lexington 1Right to Suspend Players was also carried that oily club in the league at any time may suspend cts many as bro plajl crs for either illness or Accidents fbr as payAclub upon an equitable basis by re whodft salary contract equal to not jless than onetwelfth of the total ThisIper HhclrnJ1J ofsthe Lexington Club that the minutes show that such n placer tits not to receive a salary of less than 50 lEa mouth UsseryMr plieiiigidont W C Ussery for reelection The hitler attempted to interpose an objection when he was declared out an1thbyILets as employing and dismissing of umpires the enforcing of the rule regarding the salary limit the re YisitingIteam the playing season whic Jihad to he ictedtillon immediately Full power was givclr the president in rJI thuse matters Notes of the Meetin Frankfort was not represented at ftlG meeting either in person or by iroxy i Lexingtonill gamesEvery play Sunday ball except Richmond and on those Sundays when Paris Winches ter Frankfort and Maysville are o ing horns Richmond will appear on the Lexington diamond which wjll ive flue Richmond team several more Sunday games with Lexington than leagueUiiciei powers oB President Ussery were greatly enlarged He will have full control of the umpires and can effectually en force the salary limit clause which cpic3Crl n of every club have admitted were grossly violated last year Neither directly nor indirectly can player receive a salary more than that nt which he is signed to play At the meeting Monday Lexingtoii was represented by Hogan Yancey and T A Sheets Winchester by J Q Stewart Richmond by Judge J J frreenlcaf Maysville by James W Fitzgerald and Paris by JT Bacon President Usserys Report The report of President Ussery showed thief every club in the league ost money last year the drafting of wo players from the P innd JeItngton teams alone pulling them up tcinear something like breaking oe1I The sale of Tbntfyby the Winches tel club helped unit club partially out ofJ deep hole- President Ussery handled more last year all of which was IieCOuhItel for vouchers properly Ci1ted showing where every cent of the expenditure went A balance was paid former presi dent George L Hammond of 30 postage cost 3480 telephone and telegraph messages cost 8859 whilo 2O748lifor salaries and traveling expenses Tim remaining was paid to chibj the Nclional Association for fran chisc and players of the Shelby vill team and office and other incidental expenses x Dirsrtcrc Ar3 Dinner Gur3 President Ussery announced offi cially that Paris won the pennant rOt the 1909 season and that at the next meeting of the league the handsome trophy would be presented to tie club The directors of the league were WalsorIHotel by the officers of the liars Club James H Fitzgerald who r pre seated the Maysville Chib is a prominent harness manufacturer nf the River City He is brimfull of base ball enthusiasm and says his team for next year will bccomposcd of all new men who rae giants in stature Several of the players range from 0 to Gi feet in height he says At the next meeting of the league which will be held in the early sprinir in Lexington r ideni Ussery will submit a schedule for next years season subject to the approval bf the directori co The oftiu holiday c1tlemitlipenses before 1atli isip 9f th receiPts is madei i ii j OFJITH OF 1SIMEUN BOONE Is Stricken With Pneumonia and Fails to Rally Owing to Age AdvancedI Mr Simeon Boone aged 75 lIed suddenly Tuesday morning at his hoiiie in Lexington Mr Boone was taken ill with pneumonia hut hiieon dition not considered dangerous About 9 oclock Tuesday morning his son Mr James H Boone received word to come immediately that hi condition was considered dangerous He with his brother iMr Clay Boom left for Lexington immediately in an automobile but their father had ex pired before they reached his bedside Mr Boone is survived by six chil dren three sons Messrs James and Clay of this c itanc1 Robert of Lexington and three daughters Mrs T Be Mays of Boston Mass and 3 LexingtonMruntil recently when he purchased a home in Lexington and moved to ij eltOlLEADER OF BANDIT GANG IS KillED Died Trying to Tell Nurse Some thing Which He Was Unable ta ReveaLICHICAGO Nov 14Death sealed tire lips of the unidentified leader of the bandit at the county hospit uL who heleiup the ror dbouse at Cicero and who shot down and killed Policeman Kane andfisdnt turn shot by Policeman Kahanaiiski It was reported the dying robler laid muttered the words Pittsburg Schoemili Victor Bank just before he expired At Sclioenville tile Victor Bank was held up nine months ago and thc manager and cashier were killed As the bandit died the police were searChing along the banks of the Dos Plaines River for a dugout where they believed the other members of the hand were hiding waiting to give them battle Twentyfive picked shots of the Chicago police department were aiding the Cicero police in beating the woods along theriver for the mnrdercns The bandit leader lied trying to tell something Just before he ex pired he Reckoned for his nurse She ran to him hut he died before his lips could frime the words he intended to speak- MEETiNG OF ASTERN ECLECTIC ASWiOfl Is Postponed One Day and Will Bel Held in Winchester on Wednesday November 16 The following letter has been rej ccived by Dr 1 A Shirley Farmers Ky Nov 8 1910 I A Shirley M D Winchester Ky Dar Doctor Owing to the fact tltat the Eastern Eclectric Associa lion meets the 17th and in order that the Louisville and dele ithIontchanged the date at Winchester iron the IjHh df November to the IGLh AYe will only be one day later and may be able to do more good Thank big you for jour kindness I cm yours vcrjr truly DR T A E EVANS The members will meet at the courthouse at 9 iImon Wednesday AH physicians are invited to meet with them The session will only continue for one day LARGE CROWD HEARS REV GW SIIEPHOM- eeting at Court House Will Continue Tuesday Wednesday and Probably Thursday Nights A large crowd wos presenat the court house Monday night to heV RekrG Wv Sh pd pastor uf the f I r new Baptist church The meeting will be held on Tuesdaj Wednesday and probably Thursday nights of this week FilES SUIT FOR BACK AXES State Revenue Officer Seeks to Rei cover Inheritanceand Back Taxes Amounting to Several Thousand Dollars M P Rchorn Stte Revenue Offi cer filed suit in the county court Tuesday morning for back taxes and inheritance taxes mounting to sev oral thousand dollars The suits were against1o following Trustees First Presbyterian Churclv Eva Adams beneficiary GCurtis executor David Prewitt guardian Anna P Dudley D T Matiack executor Min nie Toohey N P VunMetcr anti B F Tapp DISPUTE OVER BILliARD GAME Terminates in Wounding of Henry Martin Who Was Thought at First to Be Seriously Hurt Henry Martin was seriously wound id Monday afternoon by beinghit in the head with a billiard cue in the billiardlrooni of May Company in North Winchestev by Xaryal Ctrarles The men it is ICpOI ted had been playing pool over which an argument arose Martin it is said started af ter Charles with a knife and the tat ter defended himself witha billiard cue Martin vas hit in the head ami knocked unconscious for some time HP wurtakcji home and for awhile his condition was thought to bo se rious From reports Martin seems to lmyc been at fault t At noon Tuesday Martin was Iclpbrtedto be in a critical condition TOTAL ECLIPSE j OEM MOON Will Last Until About 647 and Moon Will Remain in Partial Eclipse Until 8 OClcck Wednesday night beginning rt about 0 oclock the moon will be 5i total and a oul look at the ob1Ione to see it At about 54j oclock the moon will begin to come out from behind the shadow and it will be in partial eclipse until r bruit S oclock IN THE LEAGUt ANOTHER YEAR Winchester Will have Club and Sunday Ball Will Be Played Here Fans Enthusiastic From the report of the meeting of thedirectors of the Blue Grass Leag ue in Piris Monday it is evident tbat Winchester will remain in the league another season Mcbsrs J Q Stew art and Henry Phillips represented the local club at the meeting At the close of the past season rumors were afloat that the local fran chise would be sold to the best bidder but the plans arranged at the meeting ol1lproves beyond a doubt that Winchester will have a Club and also that Sunday ball will be played here Every town in time league with the exception of Richmond will play Sup day ball Lexington will play at home every Sunday hut the other clubs will exchange dates This new pleased the fans and Tuesday morn ihg preparations for next season and time probable outcome TretfC being ills cussseclon the slrcetisindiaplaces ef busines tr I i ii Ioy FIRST DW OF HUNT1NG SEASON r rLovers t Many Hunters Passed Through Winchester Enroute to Mountains r The first day of hunting scasifi was Tuesday mill many lovers of Li sport were outhuulinjjior rabbit nntltobirds Every tram passing through time city carried men and dogs on their way to flw niouutiinsy t y l Those who left hererffifyUie tains Tuesday were fti4rtz Will Scohce who went foslowell coiuifjr Mr Norval Bcnjou Jpr lffi eqUnJy and Messrs Chester Brmnlnumul lih- arI Jones for the tgieln section of Clark v r OENERA ASSOCI1I OF KENTUCKY BAPTISTS Feature of SeventyThird Annual Meeting Will Be Session of Wbr mans Missionary Union an AuXiJf iary CYXTIIJAXA Kjv Xojij lfi JOi1daynual meeting of the Gen alrso m tion of Baptists in Kentucky ThreeIhundred messengers have baiL as signed homes and a great many more are expected on earlier trains Tues day The firt4 mooting vtxs held the First Baptist churchhere Monday night when time ministers mooting oi the General Association of lintitcky Baptist convened1 witliuiHjcnrjKAjfiml Porter D Dof L1uSVJllechmrnulil The sermon Monday liiglit wusipveiub ed by Rev SJ Cannon of Louis vile Tuesday morning time Baptist Education Society of Rei1tnc meet at the FirstBaptichreb11- V r JlinsD Dof uisvifle will address the meeting V The mini tors race ting was resirtU ed Tues diy und Tuesday nigltt the Kentucky Baptist Hisforioal Society will meet a t the First llaptisUclmich Y J M cCiotiliri D Dlof Louisville presiding Afenturo of tIre seuktytiiirdan uual meeting of the tOticc0iA5SOCil lion wiI lOtIie amiuaKhfe Hnof Womans Missionary Iluon auxil iiiry III GonerylAsociathm tit- Kentuckyflaptist NEW PATENJISi BIG 8UCCf8S i Manufacturers Having Charge of tlie Making of Robe Racks vAre Behind in Filling Orders tt Messrs La van Cornell of Paris were here this week for thc Urpoe of purchasing one of the new patent robe racks of Mr J M Woods E4e ncv patent of Mr Woods is meeting with iuyor and time manufacturer having tile making of them is far hind with the orders I rf Mr Woods is now working on fin other patent which will be a grert seller It is a small contrivance trcanning accountsl Thc mactUlutf- 1compact and a merchjfnt or man cnn ccrry the accounts on life rolls of a years business and yet nyt be burdened with a freavj accduiit bookand is so small that it can fcarried in the vest pocket v J FORTYTWO Mrs Lucien Becknerwill enterhrimIat Fortytwo on Thursday aU qoon nnd will entertain the Couples Club in the creniiir T TOO lAWTO irrLOSTo r on the Muddy Creek pike 114 mil from Winchester oru the nigliiWC Nqvember 13th a large red Ie wita dark nose and knees AnK in formation as to her whereahbujls will be rewarded ty calling Eust Tcnn phone 422 rings i1115i FOR RENTThree unfurnished- rooms suitable for light hoiig jeeping Posses19 n imile3inJcl Apply toRbbin News iftie j u2o4 4 t J 2T7 v v iv tL 4 I 4PPae Two q THE WINCHESTER IEWS 4 116 WICUESiER NEWS AII nll iHnent Newiplpfr published by the Winchester News Co Incorporated Hlete 09rll South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice Jn Winchester Kentucky under the Act of Much 3 1879 lath Phinii Hi II SUBSCWPTIONMTES By MailIDaily one year 300 Six Months 150 One Month 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISINGT RATES DisplayPer Inch One tine any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 sour weeks three tunesa week 180 Fur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Rending NotIcetPer Line Business notices body type 712c- Puro reading news heading 15c Ibrae Continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition le Three insertions ontinuously 2o Each Threetulditional lUscrnonsV2C One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORE1GH ADVERTISING BY THE L Jtt 1 t GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1910 THE TAFT ADMINISTRATION fr Roosevelt and the Progressive Republican Senators have made a fight for the people not against the reactionaries but against the con solidated financial commercial and industrial organizations of the country fighjPagainst the supremacy of the inividualin his individual rights The New Nationalism is the last safeguard of individualisin The Progressives have controlof the Republican party lOfJ ribsolute not urfquestioned The Aictory ban not yetbeen wonThe Democratic party s gradually passing under the dominion ipf the reaction inca in pbl dtics and ILl business passing under the dominion fof Murphy and Dix aM Morgan niul Guggenheim the tiiudahpil Company said the Steel Trustthe Lumber Trust and the To baccbvTrust 1 The Progressive Democrats are passtngout pf the party lines into the camp of the Insurgents or Pro Digressive Republicans TJienilestion of the hour is wheth v crt theladministration of Mr Taft is to be progressive or reactionary Av year ago it was reactionary Today it has had a new inspiration 1tliajheaid from tne people It is trying to place it fit accord with the people It it succeedswill leaxl the people to victory i If it fail or if it be disloyal to the principles tor hich the party stands ill its platform iind stands to 1rYhe cause of the Insurgents it will be tirndt powder with Tammany Han ud a Democratic party disloyaT ta Qietiht principles of a real Dera odracy Evening Pst KEEPING IN PUBLIC EYE hje iieccssity for constant and persistent advertising is well illus trated by an inciileijt recently cited in onc of the trride journals In cohvcrsatidh with a friend a man men tionedlus need for a certain article ot his personal user and expressed some doubt as to what particular itke lieA should lJiJyHtbr dont you get SbahdSbsf IIQ was iske- dfethUhjt rnojnpnt and then said f gues they must Jiiuye oie oujr of biThinsdont se their ad eLtis i 1efSt r iI WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED The conclusion reached was a most natural one The merchant of today whwould keep in 112 vra cl the procession must make use of every legitimate influence at his command to keep his name and wares before the public Long experience has1 shown that there is no surer method ofreaching the public than through the advertising columns of a clean progressive newspaper which is a welcome daily visitor in the homes of thousands of families with the desire- V and the ability to buy The question is not so much Ctm I afford to advertise as Can I af ford not to advertise Commercial Tribune t GOOD ROADS Gradually the sentiment in favor of better roads in Kentucky is grow ingzThe Good Itoals Committee aTI pointed by the Good Roads Associa tion of Kentucky at its last meeting will hold another meeting on Novem ber 28 at 3 p Tilbt Louisville at the office of Secretary J V H ckmann o fthe Retail Merchants Association It will continue its work of formulat ing a Good Roads law to be submitted to the State Association for approval at its next meeting and when approved by it to the General Assembly for enactment as a Ken tucky statute The committee at a recent meeting considered the proposed law in an informan manner His composed of Harry Sommers of Elizabethtown chairman J V Backraann Louis yule Judge J P Gregory Louis yule Senator Joe Bosworllu Middles boroancl George L Picket Shelby ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY tr in- on TlranksgUnng By ltway ar- ethcrcny i laQes on your pQ11tfI house or barn which will birBs tbgct out orsoiiie nigjht prowler to getiiv 1 Why nsiiidyou lumber enough Tto maIre them se cure Dont wait till your Thanksgiving diriuOr is stolen Do it now villew dubIIn Georgia as in Colorado air of the able bodied convicts arc employed on the public roads The meii arc distributed over the several counties nearly equal as practicable tns Unless Mr Taft calls an extra session the Congress elected Novem her 8th will not meet until December 1911 It is fifteen years since the Democrats were in controlof the House Of the Democrats elected only three were members at that pe riod Talbott of Maryland Jynes of Virginia and Clark of Missouri v A medicine firm is running an ad Hn the papers t under thd headline Shall women otei The medicine nien know how tu attract attention by asking a live questipn a The mot remarkable Jftorl in po ccrIdall in introducing Senator McCr ary it WJst Mjiberty just before the lac lection twas publis icd iu The Licking Valley Courier Ve intended lo republish it but so ne one has swipecl time paper Oviu in Indiana a Republican and a Democrat were nominated for Mug istrate Neither wanted the office and each made speeches advocating the election of the other We have not heard the results Of course hunters do not expect lobe killed fill as a rule have nc wills Fortunately the Iar provide for the ciiitable distribution of any properly that the deceased may leave ENGLISH BERKSHIRE GILTS BRED IN THE PURPLE English Berkshire gilts weight 15G rrnelspriccsIphone 102 KJloHt RED STAR bigPblock long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loa- dR0YSE 6 BOONE Winchester Both Phones ju J Save Time by TelephOning U thefe Ry having the service Of the tEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED youifiCall our manager for full Information For Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market A number one stand Wiiisell on account of other business Ecton ErosU211mcoIso NMain St Winchester Ky LIVE WELL Its easy when xon Jviiow vhe to buy your foods at reasonable tcasfSpICeIdairy products toothsome hams and bacon arid fresh meats io suit the tastes of people who kliow high niae Toollswhen they see and ies them from J VY bAWSONSuccessotto J M POVElj Vcrx tk xr Jt i SASTRUOS FlRf AT UfURGETOWN i J Half a Business Blockis Wrecked By Flames Which Hart Gained Head Jvay Before Beinfl Discovered 15Iof Georgetown for more tlun 30 years was that of Mgnday morningwhen damage to the amount of 20000 was done covered by only partial insur ance Ilajf a business block was wreck ed and for quite a while there se med danger of the whole block including the fivestory 10000 Lancaster Hotel now ncanng cmnpjction being wiped out by the flames When the night police discovered the fire ivlric horiginuf ed in the rear of the bi frame livery stable of Mar row 8illlpson the rool was beginning lo fall in So much headway had been gained that considering the greed length of the stable and the manner in which its wings flnaked surrounding buildings it yjisa practical impossibility o cheek the fire College Etiquette A college girl must of course first of all develop her mind as far as possible but this does not mean tbat she must or may forget the rules ot etiquette laid down for all well bret girlg whether at home at college in business or in the social worM She must talk in low tones Sic must be Courteous to nil around hcf respect ful to those who arc older antI consid crate of tbose who are beneath her so- cIally She must learn to converse in an interesting manner without assert lug her own opinions or tryingin shy way to show a superior knowledge yen upon subjects which she tins made her special study She must learn to act the port of the graceful courteous find inter sting hostess and also the charming anti well read guest At all times she must be the well bred dignified courteous as well as interesting and clever college girl In the social world there is a tacit understanding that we shall all lit agreeable to one another always putting the attractive things of life on the outside and keeping our prirate wpes to ourselves 1islsn rulq that none can afford to overlook old or yqung society girl tollcge girl or business girl Table Etiquette Tii61ttle diJTcrence between lifting a dish and shoving it along makes the big difference betW9PQ a 8 ven and the punQtUIpns observer of good manners at the table and ha an effect tablejjoyment all atc best conserved Sucking the fingers or teeth picking the teeth at time table before aJI are done eating gazing about the table while drinking tipping hack the chair two legs taking any of the dessert as fruit nuts or swcetmeuts uway from tile table is time worst possible form A Mans Arrti Nowadays It is not the custom for a woman to lean upon the arm of the non who Is walking beside her during the diyjtlmp she seldom accepts this support after nightfall uqless she la Inflrni or elderly or the man serflance or husband Theres a Limit A Harrisburg Pa professor says that centipedes are perfectly harm less and that we should pat them on the back instead of swatting them with a slipper for the good they do in this world pf ours This sounds all right for a short talk on science but we know enough about human nature to imagine what the iirofemorrntid- doff a centipede jumped from the headboard of his bed and tried to use his face for a merrygoroqnd in the middle of the night Fame FriendHows business in this neck of the woods XJricle Jake tine I tell yo this Punkln HolloW store of mine is getting quite a national repu adiyertisemeIit rylwlereG Powerful Influence of Bells powerfulbestdescriptlpnment that can be caused by the love vibiatingInslstntby Victpj Hugo in his account of Quasimodp thQ deformed beilringer Notro Dame Might Be a Hint A stingy angler was fishing on a Scottish loch on a pouring wqt day fromhlsflaskently he askgd the gillie If there was a dry plAce in the boat dn which to t myt4iroat19 fln t J fl I f tTER1AINS FG BRIDE ELECT Miss Lucy Sjewafy l Who Will Be Married Wednesday to Mr Homer MacNeill is Honor Guest Mrs Verijfoii Hislff entertained in a l charming iuaimeri on Monday after- utHm front 3 to 5 at the elegant Hislo residence onNorth Main street Trio beautiful affair was riven in compliment to Miss Lucy Stewart lovely young sister of the hostess who is to be married on Wednesday evening to Mr Homer Charles Mac Neill The prIor library nnd dining room were beautifully decorated in Image yellow chrysanthemums giving a rich slid elegant effect Mrs Qscar Ljyne of Lexington Mrs Rogei Barnes df Ml Sterling Mrs Vernon Hislc and Miss Stewart in charming afternoon gowns composed the re ceiving line and greeted the arriving guests with gracious charm of man tier Mrs Scott Judy Misses Duty and Miss Bcuhih Thompson Assisted in the hospitalities while Mrs William French gracefully presided at the ten table A delicious meat course was scrVr etiin an inimitable mannor III the dining room Do You Want Beautiful HaIHEro IS YOUR CHANCE FREE SAMPLES TO AU- Erery woman cnn now have lone bcanlifd hair at small cost for WooJbutys Hair and alp Treatment has at last been prepared for home uc This famous combination treat reiieceaItchiorant growth of hair It revives dyinc hair re slores life rind nasa to dry faded hair uruj preserves its natural color Let your dreamscome Inn Woodbury Hair Tonic matoa tie Hair Grow Wavy and Beautiful Woodburys Combination Treatment costs ni more than a bottle ftFtotanJoh ordinary hait t tonic yet Woodbur7s is backed up by utmost Tialf a century of experience Some people still think a visit to the Institute is necessary DONT MAKE TillS MIS TAKE Woodburys TInir nnd Scalp Trepar tiqns nrcnotf Sold by nil druuests Eend n two cent stanm toTl TSocdtmry Cot U1Ifor Winchester Kv COUNTY COURT DAYS IBelow is a list of the days count courts are held each month in coun ties near Clark county Anderson Lavrencebur 3rd MODI day Bath OwingsvillCj 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday MonduyI y MondayIMonday FleniinjjFIeinins5burg 4tli Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday MondzyIHarrison Cynthiana 4th Mdnday Jessamine NiCholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Dea Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysvillo 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd MOl- d y Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owt4ohI4th jytonBay v Pendleton Falmouth 1st Mpndav Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo iday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Wobdford Versailles 4tb ilondnv FOR SAtE PRIVATELY Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three JCI McClure R IL No n Winchester Ky- 1114tf iOME MADE CANDY Mrs H H Phillips home iade e ayon jsalp vafc Beans newstand and Strodos dniisrstore 4l12Gt iWeliiJ ij at reason ir ptices Rope Bqn 1Jil143t- l WIXCHES1Bns LEDI G RY Oous SlOl 1 7 f THE BEST TiME TO GETt f l YOUR NEwt SUIT r t 1 l J ir is NOW t Herc siIic irrcsistablc inducement D 5000 and 4550 Suits 3000 menSuits n50 i r r r 5OOm i 0 0 w 3OO and 2750 Suits S22SJ Jip 2500 and 2250 Suits 75j 1650 and 1500 Suits 000 Come early in the mowing if possiblet we can serve you better when the store is less crowded TheCUffyDyGOOdSCo J IAUUB SLiSjj ROT1TS TTTATS OTR METHOD I r r j 4h t L JII tJ WATEHEATERSArithg Heaters The I ULJO is Foremost Boiling Water By Opening the FaUSt Ask for particulars GRANT WITT CO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET a T NEWJEWELRVSTOREI see 11 my splendid uptodate line of Jewelry Cut Class and Silver ware the very latest patterns that can e had I1P it the lowest prce1Watci Rr t pfHoroIChas A CappjthiersMain Street Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY IE t h t Z iM tj I 4 i j s r 1Zrr i L i j t r 1 i t a I l f y1r f i ti t j X f rr t THE WINCHESTER NEWS PaRe Thrie I rickar hina r r I c M MorgersonHbnaker Vjhe marriage of Miss Dorothy lion AaKlto Mi Fred Morgerson of Ford which took place at the residence 1 otKev J Spencer Wednesday eoruing tt5 oclock came aS an mauymendsromance which began last Taanksgiv artdeaccomplished young woman the only daughter of Mr rind Airs J W lion aker of this city and has many fincndS and admirers Mr Monger n i a young fanner oi riearWinchester the only son of Miv trio Mrs iD Morgerson elf he lido looked lovely in a gray ding tonal cloth tailored suit and picture y hat rhdca1dclMvhitcrosus Aftci the ceremony Mr and Mrs Merger r son loft pn theQ Ctraiu foi Cinenmati After November 20U 1llIlagerwarCourLid The groom was raised in this cpuii ty and has a host of friends whor we jour in congratulations alIh goo wishes att j Surprise Dinner 4 vTIfe descendants of Mr Sam D Wade celebrated his fiftieth birthday withan elegant dinner at his home out the Donaldson pike Sunday No yemhr13 I Mr Wade was attending church at- NortfL Middletown and onietufmng lipme he found that a bounteous four course dinner had been prepared by his children raid grandchildren dur ring his absonce and vsrs awaiting InV f arrival The occasion was very greatly enjoyed and many wishes were expressed for the continued good Health of the honor guest MrNs Qarlos Misses Pearl Litton and Ed lie Wade Mr and Mrs Will teen and family Ernest Bernard and Alia Kafcberinej Mr and Mrs George Tal bolt h family Patfie Lou Grade and AsaRagland Mr and Mrs Luke RttbyMirnes Reed and Delia Hull To Arrange For Bazaar The Kings Daughters wilr hold a meeting on afternoon immed ialelyafite JilieiblcClass jnecting to make arrangements fur holding a bv aar lI Musses Ella A Trimble find Mary Bruce Jones of Mt Sterling motored to this city and were guests of Miss Golden Day Saturday Hon R D Hunter and daughter Mrs Prewill Harris visited Mr sad 1 Pi CiAtD2T Hand PaiirfecT China makes an ideal Wed ding Gift We aresole agents for Pickaffl ih Winchester 29 ICSOCIETV Mrs June Hunter in Boyle county re 3cntly Miss Laura Ecton is quite illut the home of hoiisteter MIS FL Jou Jlt Mr and Mrs AY P Hitiatt arc at tending thb Baptist Associalibn a Gynthiana this week Miss Ninnie Kali of Mt Sterling visited tIre family of tiFloyd Da i recently Mrs M E Helton of Kirksville it visiting her daughter Mrs J Smith Hays and Mrs John Hollpway havr IMr to their home in Florida for the Mrs AV M Robb and laughter Miss Katherine visited iir TiexIngtQn the past week Miss Mary Timberlako has returned from a visit in Frankfort Mr Walter Gamboe has gone to Louisville to study dentistryt Dr H no IIenryiS visitinghis parents ui and Miss 1 H Henry ir Montgomery county rnd enjoying r uniting trip I rr who lives or ho Wades Will tt nd Juts beeir quite for oWcelsJJut is now some what better Mrs Gcorgie AV Tompkins stoff ped here for a short vi iton lid way froni Springfield to her home ii Stnton Mrs P TL Winn of Lexington win he pleasant weekend guest of Mrs J G Johns rrsr Womack has returned from Hazel Green Mr and Mrs T L Xunan attend ed the fiinerai of Mr Thomas Cald SaturdayMrs ul Mis Mayme Donahue rtlended the Iunern dfMrTlioraasvCaldweirinCiucinnat Saturday Save iiioijcy tjy investing In Red Star coal now Hose Boone- RUCKERVILLE 1114H r t t y John G Witt sold to TR Neff 15 heifers at 4 cents perpoiiYid ivA Stephens sold several cows peir tBeajIT RulneysoHl a hbrso toM Rupiird fOlIt oXITike salo ot Fielding Adaiils nvas thingbrought s as bought the house and six acres of land for 1000 Mrs Mattie Piersall and Mrs Bllfc HERE yotf AREY J Nlfo ay Mackerel large p and fat bc a piece Genuine Big Sandy Sorghum This is the first son hu 1 have been able to buy this year and as the s pplyisshortwe advise buying early OO cents a Gallon f sPrepared1Iinj Heintz edMeat Like mother makes absolutely rpure all the fruit being cut and cleanedby hand 2O cents per pound Heres Your Chanced Have a Variety MaoNeiir Weathers f kBoth Phones No ADiit Lr t1 4tr jcti it r x R1KVJ INiWINTER MERCHANDISErt t u W r 3u ulasprLneifc Banl t3nd Comforts has just arrivedand isnow ouscispja axTpur storeaOur I Readytowear Department Iis complete and welare s1 6wJ fglltBe latest weaves and t styles aj reasonable f rices Tailored Suits Sl QOt 5OOO Our stocdc also Jribludef Ml 4Maclessori es for a perfect winterv toletnot the least of which is a big line of Handsome Furs i C Silky in solid colors checks and S1a7dsare shown at qur counters and our display off viy IBoadclias1 cannotAbexcelled 1 Ask for pries Oft our Adligatoi Skin Pocketbooks which are Always In Style orif ai CLIFTON B R 0 S S I tt r Epperson visited their mother who- ltnsbg4ti iuiy i Saturday nitillttuttlf Sunday Miss Emma Tipton spout from alimlay until Monday with Misses Minnie and Mary Blanton recently Tie social giveir by1 Mi and f1iVfc ly Kriglaiid quite a success All report a lcligMfur trine Those present wore M isSes Cora Bur j hor Mat tie Hogan Lela Lee Shimfessel Myrtie Todd Plecie Jones KVsi Tones Sallib IlupAfd raciQ Waldoiij Ethel Brookshire Carrie Fox Katie Allen Richard Pat ten Minnie Thomas IjHiznbeth feitsj ortner AVatts Annie Mae Koberson Xlinnic Watts Emmn Stepp Viola Rucker Mnr itf ettc Ruiney Ger rttdoRa toy Knlio Ra land Messrs Unit Wills Vernon Wills Golf Rain ey Fred Piirrish Cleveland YnttsI lbert Fox Willie Ragland Joel Ijind Eddie Epporsonj Laiidon Fox Berry Sam Glenn iCl all Clyde f Niblic Hunt GoldcnV JBhn Rainey 1r nest Allen Everett TouTl Jessie Vitt Robert Corner Osgar Greene dhavley Ayel Waiter BftUanl John liy Ballftrd Albert Pore Robert Ad aniK Robert Berrymali aftElf baiiks Kirit Milton r Itcn Stepp Wayne Piersall MjireniTbdd and LebitardRye r 1 Il ELKIN M1rs Ernest Lisle was tile pleas ant guest of Mrs Jj R Lisle Sunday and Monday Mfr cud Mrs Clay Hodgkin were the guests bC his pareiits Mi and Mrs Jessie Mrs Nancy Jane Lisle and Stella Recd and two brothers 1It Foid were the guests of Mrs Connie Lisle from THEBEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business inW in chesterII for litany years ledrned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it Possible for us to I serve you betterycheaper and inre satisfactory than anybody else R MARTIN COAL S PPlY CO 11IJ Citizens National Bank iPaId up Capital S1QOOOC w Surplus 251000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Y it tfdi f i jt hWe will give you courteous treatment and attendN promIt1y and carefullyba11 business entrusted to us 1fJ Ai JJ D Sinipson Prcsi AuH Hainptpt1 Gitshler X E iliiil Br J fW3oynter Asit Tasliier 11 r It u tr a TllJufdjIXt ij tilLOJll MivLrWrHill bought four shoat from Millie Hampton for aa head rsp K Y ctnuaevisiting Mrs lf l Saturday and Sunday MrJiiiiest Lisle Vas the guest oi Mondayall Mr Bnix Bccraft hnd Jessie Ilodg in sold svonic h6g tfcMr or1n Reese for 7lCCitts HogellInMrsMarQus Waller was the guest of 11x5 EniostBSlo Thiirsdry af ternoOn t Mfs ffafilio 13iistiit piuHibd t Madisbh SaliVrdlfi h af ci several weeks visit with her daughter Mrs Clay Hodgkin V BREAKS A GOLD i II A FEW HOllRS Proves Quinjne i s Never EffeciiveinI the Cure of a Severe Cold or the r Grippe itNothing else thatyon can take will break your cold or chd grippe so promptly t S a dose of Papes Cold Compound every two hours until three consequtive doses are taken Tlie most miserable neuralgia pains hilliness head and nose stuff edup fcveisl vie sneezing running of the nose sore tliroatnnicons eatatrhal discharges soreness stiffness rheumatism liains and other distress begin to leave after the very first lose Popes Cold Compound is the result of three years research at a cost p r more titan fifty thousand dollars and contains no fftiininc which we have conclusively demonstrated is not fective in the treatment of colds CI grippe Take this harmless Compound directed with the knowledge thit there is no her medicine made anywhere else iJi the world which will cure ypur coldor end Grippe mitery as promptly and inilhont any other Assistance pr tad after effects as a 25cent ct Piipe5 3oIdi Cone otlduvhieltth jtki Wo l ftn 1pPIYJ l j l Z r YourNenae Ask dodo alcoholic sKjnaJanls are Ml often vaypfsOIfJU token giscn to nervous people istiy ar LOVELYCOMPLFX1OND A CL EYES ARE EASY TO GET v i f AI the beaiity cibains in creatidor f wont jrnprove your complexion it your stomach is out of OIdOlIBelching of grsaud hearlburu means bad food m the stomach ad food nieiinsfuad bloodnirdbad blooti nicii us a btd cpmploxipn Tiy illONA stomach titblet foi stomaeJi misdryi lHiou nis dizxines and indigestion They reliuvi illJ few mihutcs they make rich1C1 blood 1hcrare ruanaitecd by Phil lip to cure or money back Jioad what a Ivaiiias woinau says had been 4o4itufui fobstomach troiihlu and found nothing tatdid as thnkQoolus illONA only have the second bpx rid thel have relieved all pain in my stomach For stomach trouble or lilligetioia MJONA cant be boaton MIO A has lone a world of 1ot1for mi when doctors ianetlLrsjordeIiI Mann 207 E 11th St Jiinctioi- Cilvf Kane v f 3 rl stomiich tablets are solr- iby PLiHip and druggists cverywhciv f 9ft aonts a large box Test sum phis lice from liooths Miona But jfalo XY x QUARTERLY COURT IJlHlgcJ IL Evans tilled lap Xo mliKr torni of the Qnaiterty Court Tiles fry un rning Only A few easer sn ill inipoitiinco were iJitd tIr M V Oyster Supper Ihrlladiesof Mt ZioH liiini vii give oyxter supper at the Bick norvilk hell house Kiday Xoveiii her Stuttcruot and night cow I moiiviiig at n clock I I iermttdt aiidles a specially A plpasuut tire is assured Everybody invited SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JEWS Your nerves must be fed with rich blood or there will be troubie Poorly fednsrvfes are weak nerv nerves mean nervousness neuralgia headaches debility Weak nerves need goocj fopd Crcsh air and Ayers nonilcoh61ic SarsaRarilla ors SEAMst1 BROUGHT AID i Burglar Wag paptyrejt Alter R nninn Chase By FartnercPosse in Which Many Shots Were Exchangedo LOGAXSPOKT Intltv 1V Thomas olliulush i 1tcc ttscdof inIfarmers posse after iiVunutiip jlffbt r in which lie repeatedly ciryxtiotl his revolver iit his pur ucrs vipeusvcr jd his fusilade with sliit uttrWhou Colliift Stiiuhiy inrtijur terod till home oi ilain Jf tl Keesoy and his wife orq6lhlrr and their throe small cliiltlrciyalone i utisis house watchlid i aiknce le tilled the sideboard of Silverware When Collins in his ungern s to take jveiythhip of vnlneseizeil a childs loy hank the six veal oftvcoscy to waonv it helon rep m Jd and Frank Fnihhonra rneiirhbo learn his cries Collins lllJltml41 t i tbicket to the home cir Joules Fet fns a neighbor Uilh a Ifastilylotn1 d pore in pill tiit The Ferjrns homo urns I1Collin lathering his lace started han nit his heard In Ibis position vvi ijn by 1nrnitrs 5us HJIIg te ioue Mid Ih111l was renexvod viien Ccilin li piu1 tiiron tearF r uimloVj lietsuiUiiilcrtil winM in id lied his las caitiidiro Coiiin vn identified by t1 iiuld tII1t rte had taken If it nt Jo that kid he toldrShe iff Butler yon wouldnt have me now i The trreal Thrnk giving Liken Sjil gins next Friday The Cure Hry Goods Conjrpany 111st I t WJJtJ I Artis rvrnuuiF m1 I iII t5Ye are car Hnga Qmp1 eta 1line of ReadyMade Silk Waists which t cannot fail to be attractive to FASTID I IOUS BUYERS We have them in persian Black tih taffeta and fancy styles Our stockof SilksliSa in Persian and Solid Colprs are in eluded in this line See our display1 of r Blanets fi Mfe v f whlchare lust the thing Jar thcifa1jL season Dont fail to see our lv TaiBoredSUii t which are the very l test itfcut alld slifinish al1dour J i dj W Sepffak SkirtS 1i Ci sr W L ArHs T urn ull r t it IJ i iM i ir i t rr J o JIi I 1 l i a Jt Itt Ij tf f 1 iAt f I j i ttRr t jo SiiI Sp e SwI sjt i t fI 1I f t r HWg i j KWINCHESTEI 1T cfmeWomend il 4Nfura1y makes them shrink froth the indelicate questIons the obILfljo j examiflations j andunpleasant local treatments which some tphi Jans consider essential in the treatment of diseases of women let1ctiIThousandsJf i iiiprirwrite in appreciation of the cure which dispense with the exam sureie lifating drains irregularity and female weakness It always helps JS7 ialniost always cures 4rForjte Prescription is strictly non= alcoholic non= secret 7 4 Jiiill its ingredients itsbeing printed on bottle = wrapper cona- JcL1t tains no deleterious or habitforming drugs and every native If medicinal root entering into its composition has the full en tt t tfyQleni of those most eminent in the several schools of ffY jtxttedical practice v Bpme af the numerous and strongest of professional endorsenients of its ingredi JS t ib bookletdi1edordifnaryJ4 1 Irhmost intel igent women nowadays insist on knowing what they take as gulpIngr JOSITIOX Imakes weak women strong and sick women welL t0 Pierces Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay ex I onecenteScopy l 1fsick consult the Doctor free of charge by letter All such communica tioii5y are heldacred1y confidential v 1Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets invigorate and regulate stomach liver and 2bowels Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take as candy t al LOT VIEW f on thiptce attended liLtc1Ltt1thtbe1 Sunday tl It5 Jn Ston was jlejsfii1ci g3t or Uw 1lLmer 4I1tI M 4 tnd Mts CnIuinhiiairett SiVnrJky aid una3 S A Niblaek anti W IL- Niblackweretin Viiwiiester Saturday JltJH h j I IIMSFOR SALE J v lJgS i0acres 7Jh miles fo4 hsteiv two stoiy itam- eIigwfli room porches ffP q tl lds 4 acres of tobac e6x jfecWimifee and all other outbuild I94 iL1q3o1iug orchard in ful- lbiju h1I1nt gpodtDiided into r tntn well iratbrod Allin A ia4e5ftt8ot1O acres Close to a Price 0000 AlSlj O 258ares GV miles frqra yioqhestcr on good pike Has nlo1JWri frame dwelling of ruqms2JiilJs 2 porches in good eon t dt4 pnv hfa n holds 4 acres of to buibebii Jed ii6iise chicken houses eo lUiousef meat bouse corn crib 4 buildiugsl1itk1IwLLturqctand every fence in first tJa s fppiitUtion Has large young Pt9lIiril iiii fful bearing Close to srood iP pII1 cliiirches and in less tii u cr ola mile from rail rftltf Mt6iiTill all raise good t- obeoY4bai gain at 8000 rJ RI N 3DO acres 6V mit- eg1r+ lf YJnphester on good pike IJiii tty sfcbvy frame dwelling of 7 roiZ poi cliesstock barn 5acre- tUbcbtIrxi good cellar and all ou- tbutdiEfa1I in good condition di victetl iSLiacts alt well watered kh jr dv rAoul 20 acres in cul ti Ji balance in grass Within ibiit mUe jf good school church 1 iindppsLofli and blacksmith pLiONrftfe6O0O ItIFAR HNo 4lO acres 7 miles frQtn Vj lit hipster bneoiuvrtcr mile from ritilr dtiition has twostory fr nipl vdlinj2j of rooms new stock barni Ara t tobacco bam all noces i Vy 8tftJJdngs Well wttcrcdIjvituV p l creeks iTde fencing goocf About 15 acres grassJlrr IFTlUNO 5110acres 7 miles fSytViC1 ter tmostoiy frame dftclU 1 lili7 rooms Gacrc tobac outhousesSs1J1J t house Well fenced an- dwmteijiJhxc 5 pel acre 141iL 6105acre 5 miles SrnSl3iilietei On ood pike Good dwellii p7 or 8 rooms All ncc essari itbnildings 12ncre tobaecu Sbth t1tinnL house Well fenced t riil i1 r l plenty of tobacco land- 0 per acre priool q i3I5 lre5 Smiles j j stcrtJJ1S hfo fivcroorr il B4oe lOcre tobacco barn fNI4tJcO lund NearILalI in frT W Jones soMa cow to tr jLX Crow price 1IMrs JUS Niblack willspend this week with Mr S A Xiblackand fam ily Miss Ora Lee Johnson who has been quite ill with pneumonia is im proving nicelySMr and Mrs Ben Crow and two children were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Jordan Sunday grass Price 50 per acre FARM NO 826 acres 31a mles nasibuildings Trice 3500 FARM NO t50 acres 7 nyles jico barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in ml tivation balance ii grass price 5 000 FARM Y J 10300 acres 12 mites from Winchester Has twostorv frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten ant house 8acre tobacco barn larg stock barn andalt necessary our buildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acreS in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 71s miles from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barr which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres I14 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 7acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings well wateredand fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358acres 7 miles from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and all necessary outbuiltHngs well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike has 4room tna t house new 10acre tpi bacco born neverfailing wafer all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NU1592 acres 7V2 mile from Winchester on good pike has twostrtry frame dwelling with 9 outbuildI115 per acre FARM NO 167Q acres 312 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms All outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Puce 3500 PARrNO 758iacres 5 miles from Winchester tJuHnproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 1S103 acres near Chilesburg has 3room tenant tyme goodhandacre trkti1 t tTracy SI0t key Piione1IIIT t The fnneral of Mis SJ NiblacI took at her residence Saturday NoilieL 5th She was 37 years of getSt1is survived by a husband The burial took place Itt the Crow graveyard Sun day We extend our greatest sym nthy to the bereaved ones When you buy coal from us you have 101 unnecessary delay in getting it Roysc Boone ll143t YOUNG MEN WANTED jSovernment Pays Railway Mail Clerks 800 to 400 a Year Free Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam hold examinations foi railway mail clerks postofficc clerk qr carrier custom house anddepart mental clerks Prepare at once fort coniing examinations i Thousands of appointments arc e made Common school Iducatipr ik ailS you needs city and country peo pic have equal chance Start to pre pare 1owfc information Frer scholarships this monlhrdte im mediately to Central Schools Depart meat A 38 Rochester N Y i Want Any Coal Today Every day is coal day From all- Over the city we1 receive orders Foi coal Perhaps this is the day you intended to order Let us fill your wants for all your coal purposes Our teams go to every point in the city and suburbs Watch for our nanie on the wagons Let it bea reminder that here is the best place to buy coalSBEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 CANDY AND PIE SALE We will give a pie and candy salt at the Masonic Hall at Elkin on Saturday November 19th at S p m for the purpose of buying an organ for the church 115TucsFri CREDITABLE RECORD The record for the Wades Mill school of which Miss Sarah Clarki is tefcQlier was the most creditable made in the county schools during the month of October Th attendance for the month was 50 percentage based Mtt1 census 5h percentajje based on enrollment 87 t You can save money by buying youX cj csjfronitlie E SBjkery Compn Both phonqs 342 IL53to4 u t I 1 j t siNNEWtMILLlNERY It Btedl S a fn Hats Are Very- ItI Popular t ut Commonplace TTd OP THE xrr flAT- SEr3whereotme goes the Inrerted rtowerpjliffha pf black satin Is sure t- oentillICeofW millinery in ar tistic hands is jvpnderf ully chic but when attempted by the treat majority it is a cliennYirriitntJon of a good mode A two Intiudtot white lace peeps from the briiii and the trimming tlusually a large tint bow At the side Vhnt hatshnve lost this season in elr- cumercmcetheyJ1nteii gained In height and some of tbe models are prod piously tnllt btitjjas they are thedrauce guard fmilHnery there is ererj- reason to Ioietmat as the season sd nll tliej4wifbe modified The new Imnt1tIiotiglm are very try jngj to thb verageVpniHn for they either sit down over the he d conceal tug most othjfrbajr or they Hare up abruptly arii unbecomingly from her race y To be su1ieifIi a certain smart us s ont be pipcally the coronet shapes that IiAea rather iiarrdwHP tftamliiij gradually rie to sfupenttoq1meigL1ts in the back wreathpffenpisjreseinbHng anlu illan chiefs N W tire sole trlmmjtur r v Jhet rvorHlue although not new is veriirt anti there is one ndvautaKeln IhIlt cannot bfr Carried OltrntvhrnlrllflrcI Beaver fliapeVnr t promise to be pop ular jiiid UiIItcclttiCI arranged in nigh iipstnnfiiiUt ruth of three or nore irtJPjjtwtilv d sretf of altitude to lUiUbsmiirtshnpes It is to be t great SeISOilit for4velvet both for hat nverings 4w pJHtrituminJis And in feathers there tisv new effect called he B1giUIlpllI iie coinposed of owl feathers lhVt sas werid as ir is ex DensiVeC Kuritbu wiilbe very much used dti hats y it SheVonfbeautyr Prize An interhjHnHj beauty slimy was eeeiiy eld J IUesone Kiila ud Ix w invn t jHsen to compete lnd th eVa deiicJf Was asked to use their Jt11li1lfifU1tY in regard to lieaiHvr gnicu XiulVtliiiUv ill theselec non of tliejivitknfrlftoinpetitors were f Photo by AITiltciin Press Association mtts DA11J1NG present fr nrjiParfr Naples Belgium tnd Yalpncln viiiss Kitty Darling Whose pWtres here shown was the iiCceiMfui Uyitv winner Miss Dar ling Is wily wWiteru years of age Shp bl Jriiryissj s simply and wears of aidelitIists modolV Hf America had sent a rrire yntiUivtvMiss Kitty very likely would havo bfeii Out of the running vlJI An EnWAassin Habit i1lecoiiglissrt1Itiucily mortifying to time rc1 tbey are signs of poor digp iiAifirMi fluty mean bad stomach trtuigu if frequent occur 1nee thevlm4AI4 be treatEd medic nallrior trlJi CtltC try gta Hiy 1lSolVlliIt llrip Ot s prol1 rerJithKt Jf 5rJI IfflKETS CHICAGO Nov 14 WHEAT 2hedgesweek and the move on the part of owners in cash wheat in the south west Jo move it forward so as to reach lake ports before the close ofSnavigation combined to give when trade a stirring up which wasl not easy to understand nt the time There may be more of this business this week Primary receipts of this country has fallen off enough to- cnueshort sellers to get a little slow For tlieprescnt it is a good fighting market with the changing operations the principal feature CORN The country never had such a supply of com in sight as now t Advices indicate that present pi ices n re unsatisfactory to farmqrs but as time country becomes accus tomed to the lower level and the big crop is entirely secn eaith fine7 weather this month there is little doubt that a libcrn1ll1akctin of the ariilllbegincerned the conditions suggest sales on swells for some further depression OATS This market will respond to any decline in corn 2900fhogsast year The provision market is getting a little more active as ilesult of the improved outside trade The opinions differ as regards its future action t ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Novv 14Cattle Re eipts 28000 steidy beeves 451 vestern steers 430G7o5 stoVker 1111 feeders 32X i560cpws mal heifers 225i30 calves 7rtOff 10 Hogs receipts 55000 10 to L5 cents lower native 2400420 vestcrn 2iO420 yearlings 42 o 540 natives lambs 43555000 i western 475oGGO THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTSI November 14 and i RICHARD DJCRlNSON Noted Silver Voiced Tenor CAFFERTY IKAPH Refined Singing talking and Dancing 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated Matinee Saturday Afternoona 3cJ Admission 10 cents to all partjs of house No Reserved Seats- BLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS Let us bake your cakes for Thanks jiving E R Bakery Company phones 342 111 BothI GOUNT TOLSTOI SERIOUSLY III Mental Anguish of the Patient Handicaps the Effort of Physicians to Reduce the Fever TULA Russia Nov 15 Broken 1ow1Lb the hardships ofa winter journey mental strain and a rupture with his family Count Leo Tolstoi lies with a high fever in the little railroad station at Asatapova 80 mil es from his home in Poliana Tol stoi is attended by Dr Makovotsky who was his sole companion when he left his peasant hut a few days ago and carried along with him medicant for just such an emergency Tolstois daughter Alexandria is acting as his nurse Telegraphic reports of his condi onfirp considered extremely pessi- iiistic His temperature isJ04indi 11andofone of Tolstois years The aoguisli of the patient ban lic mcntaiI efforts of the physiCimn to the fever Even if Tolstoi recovers there can be no qiestTon of luscoiilli- iiuing the journey to tIme caucusnsj- vhere he hope tdp end his life amojngj the Tolstbian colony on the Chores of the Black sea r Classified Advertisements I icOcsertionSa word per month perInsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Store room on corner of Maple and Broadway Imnfodiate possession given Good stand For Insurancd on Your Tobacco Office In McEKowney Builldine Horns Phone 728rX East Tenn 26 Insure In STROTHERSI Fire Insurance andiand Real Estate Agency OFJPlCECFr ternitT Bide hone tfie FOR RENTRooms on Win n avenue with gas and stabl Apply Mrs Emerson UUlwk FOR RENT Cottage on Browne Court all modern conveniences WI A Beatty News office FOR RENT 75 acres good cornlandI tfnow in clover and ready at once Ptjr raoiley reirfc or good note Apply torL W Ecton E tons arrodorVi le10tf FOR SALE 3UO 5loclisof com and a feed lot fuiTiished3ro5lQs from Winchester pn the Jt t Sterling phonrSOGA Mct1027tf WANTED Boarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath rPtI 1111YIIlNews office FOR SALE Nice residence on North Maui streotrwith rteven roonls pan try and two halls gas Water in kitchen Two extra lots 50x150 New cistern on one Jort Reason for selling have purchased a farm Would exchange for nice horses Home phone 721 East Tennessee Dhone 210 111j 3teod1I TUNGSTEN LUMPS F The Winchester Railway Light Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current imavOtrrsiiged with TnngstcIILamps 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp J 120 30 watt lamp Vv oc 40 watt lamp C lVr i 70 25 watt lainp r T r1 50 and we in order f iUod ice a num bee of useful electrical appliantcs mro selling them at the Lowest possi ble margin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution it the county is the Winchester Rolle Mills Why not use home1 ih urtbiIbeat made Kerr perfccti White Pearl flour haiib eonaL CICATI TAILORING CO Set 1 nAuditonlInnndBrown DrYClenn1jni U82wks THE UNDERWOOD tVPEWRiTER I haves4jretI the agency foi1 link machineV vfiich ivell known for it durability Andgood work Will bt lolensed to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sell either for cashor monthly payments C C ROBBINS News officeI New suits anti cloaks fresh Iron ttrIiTile etlri1tj cro i iJ1pan l 1l- l i 11 IlK CMIIS Irrutoln CukW It Oriici VlcePruUeni At Cublti Clark County National Bank E tkhM haci 1S6S 0 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made onAll Points C2 pitaland SurjDlus 35000000 FARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improIiuij- no good pike not more thou i r4 miles from Winchester TRACY t STOKELY illrtf I BUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magneti Call and see this carat WINCHESTER GARAGE ftAttirusysStti llodr Mc jddwney BnilcB- nWlncfiistir Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney tf taw jfflce 5th Floor McEiduwaey Baililifr fr Special Attention to Colltfctiofas rWinchester Ky x L iM STEVENSON Attorniy atutijU S Main St Winchester Ky v W Bush S Company FIREANI TORNA- DO5INSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE PIt Phone 145 SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the sjinii est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons best method of teaching known Te Lary 234 S Highland street Home nlinnn 7H7 LADRINK More Than Wet L Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more daysjbo r fore the penalty is adcdCpme mid avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect all of the ta fYoursW 0 BROCK ShcrilT 10154fH XOW is th time to burRed Sthr coal for winter l lloyso Doone ll145t NOTICESi On account of the death of my hiikr band W H Young I nllvsell IliHeii tire stock of goods including avgcjf iprai lihe of groceries dry goodsno r inons etc Iwilll1soIerse Hie bmld ing previously occupied by him at Becknemlle MRS SR YOUNG t11i2t j- tfJ8Ut h ti tiRbystf ck Bpone3 1114Sk 7 tp