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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t Last Edition VOLUME 5 NO 28 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK U CONTEMPT FOR w I KENTUCKY JAILS Is Expressed By Toronto Jimmie Who Expects to Get Away in An Airship COVINGTON Ky Nov 17Fenr ing that he might once again breakout of the Williamstown Ky jail Matthew Willard alias Toronto Jim mythe countrys wiliest safeblower i was returned again to the Covington pail Tuesday night after having 12 hours in his old home in Grant county The officials down there felt unable to cope ttfith Jimmy getaway ambitions Toronto Jimmy was brought tc Covington from Hastings Minn Sunday night having been out of jail since May 27 1909 According to the requisition papers he had to be turn edover to the Great county jailer first Well I got away from Williams town jail in an automobile Ill get away from here in an airship was tine way Jimmy voiced his contempt of Kentucky small town bastilcs lit remembered former escapes from the Covington booby hatehFJimmy goes on trial for the Cril tenden job a bank robbery in Wil liamstown in February fiRE 8tARTEDI BYEXPLOSIVE Scores of People Scantily Clad Are r Frames Driven From Their Homes Bythe MIDDLETO Ohio Nov 17 exfilling the safe at the postoffice in West Middletoun destroyed part of the town early Tuesday morning inflict ing a loss estimated at 100000 They ggs got little loot Nearly hrlfof West Middletown was wiped out Scores of people scantily clad were driven from their homes by the flames Wfhie Harlan lumber yards planing mills and paint shop were destroyed causing a loss of 25000 partially covered by insurance The home of Adam Selby the Rosskoff glove frc tory and warehouses the postolficc and Government Building a onestory frame and all its contents the home of James Pennells the home of D E Snider the barns of Mrs Coddington and Sam McFall were burned to the of the heavy losers urns George Velte His large store and wareroom filled with farming implements has disappeared The total loss will reach 100000 JAS 61 BAILEY IS iMPROVING Has Information From Washington That He is Selected Fo Another Good Post GIBaileymonths ago from Mexico City to be treated for pernicious fever a malady peculiar to the tropics has been discharged from St Anthonys Hospital and is staying at The Seelbach Bailey will for two or three weeks be in the care of Dr J W Irwin and Drj Cheatham The fever in connec tin with r heavy cold aCQuired a few weeks ago seriously impaired one of Mr Baileys eyes but he said Wed nesday morning he was sure a perfect vision would be restored Bailey has been attached to the diplomaticservice of the United States Government for ten years While in Mexico he was connected with the American Ambassador at Mexico City When taken ill with tropical fever he held the place of 1 charge daffaires in the absence of the American Ambassador In the last few days Bailey has had informrdion from Washington that he is slated for another good t po tFor instance he said Min t sister to one of the LatinAmerican countries with tthieh I am pretty fa uliliar on account of ten years ex perience with the diplomatic service t r t J r tIlE WINCHESTER NEWS of the United States Bniley said this morning that the announcement of his new post had not been made public from Washington and that he could not mention the name of the post He also declined to discuss the critical Mexican situation saying It would be in bad tste for him to talk of international complications He is a resident ofSalyersville- COOPER EXOERATED NASIIVILLE Tenn Nov 17 Robin J Cooper charged with the murder of Senator Edwrrd Ward Carmack on ovember 9 1908 was given a verdict of not guilty in the criminal court Tuesday morning on recommendation of AttorneyGeneral Anderson Thus was brought to a close the final chapter in one of the most celebrated cases in the rnnals of the courts of Tennessee TICKETS Mm THEIR iIki RADIUM Demand For Admission to YaleHar vard Football Game is Twice As Great as Any Previous Year NEW HAVEN Conn Nov 17 Ticketsto the YaleHarvard foot ball game here next Saturday arc worth nearly their weight in radium The demand is twice as grent as in any previous year according to the management and nearly 20000 alumni and undergraduate applications have already been thrown out because of inability to fill the orders Offers of from 50 to 100 apiece are made for the paste boards by spectators Two tickets is the most allotted to any Yale or Harvard man and a large pro portion of the seekers have been cutI off with a single admission Not a single outsider has secured tickets This unprecedented demand hilts re newed the demand here for the buildIing of a Yale stadium The stands sent only 33000 and the clhmor for tickets to Hie game of next Saturday would exhaust a seating capacity of 250000 Yale has no idea of erecting a stadium that wall meet such a general demand as that but estimates that a structure forj 50000 persons will accommodate the students alumni and a few guests The Yale Athletic Commtitee has charge of the building plans for the proposed stadium Then sent EverI ard Thompson the graduate manager to Europe some time ago to look oerIthe stadium which was recently built in Chester England The Committee has an option on a site adjoining the present Yale field The structure will cost about 300000 KINO WORD FOR CALEBPOWERS New York Sun Says He Was Vindicated of Charges By Pardon oi Gov Willson NEW YORK Nov 17The Sun Monday has a leading editorialon The Right of Caleb Powers to Sit in Congress After reviewing the whole case the Sun says We cannot understand the legal subtlety by which this man is still regarded as a convict for political objects His three convictions were diSagreeIment convicted felon yet before the bar of public opinion he was adjudged in nocent No one can read the able and eloquent address of Caleb Powers beIlieveMy Own Story his biography and not conclude that he was mentally and morally incapable of the heinous crime with which he was charged The House of Representatives is the judge of the qualifications of its own members but it is not conceivable that the House will entertain a challenge of the light of Caleb Pow ers to take his seat on technicalor any other grounds If the matter ever comes up the Judiciary Commit tee will decide we believe that irre spective of the questions of whether Caleb Powers was a convict in the eye of the law when Gov Willson in tervened the pardon restored him to his full civil rights A man of native ability education and sturdy charac ter Caleb Powers will distinguish himself as a member of the House of Representatives MRSIRUSTIN GETS JUDGMENT Smiles as Verdict is Read and Thanks Jurymen as They File Into Court RoomiLOUISVILLE Nov 17A verdict for about 38000 was returned by the jury in Judge Fields court Tuesday morning in favor of Mrs Grace II Rustin widow of Dr Fred erick Rustin of Omaha Nebagainst five insurance companies that held ac cident policies on the life of Dr Rus tin The total amount of the judg ment outside of the interest is 33 020 and the interest for two years or inore amounts to about 4000 The jury was given the case shortly rfter 10 oclock and at the expiration of one hour and a half a rap on the jury room loon announced that a verdict had been arrived at Mrs Rustin who was in the court room smiled as the verdict was readand she also gave the jurymen a smile of thanks as they filed out of the court room FOUR YEAR WAR i Of PHONOGRAPHS Harry Le Dana and Drummer Wind Machines and Set Records So Per sistently That Neighbors Interfere PHILADELPHIA Nov 17FOI four years Philadelphia has landat war of phonographs and the end i not yet in sight Harry Le Dana of 1903 North Nintcenth street and Fletcher Dummer next door 190f are the owners of the rival phono graphs but the war has been so vjg orous that all the are in telested1IjAt the last recount the Le Dana phonograph land been grinding opt Has Any One Here Seen Kelly fot 170 hours on a stretch Le Dana and his wife have been taking turns wind the machine and resetting the records Next door it has been the same way with the exception that the tune has been America The row between the families start four years ago when Mrs Dimmer with her piano endeavored t drown the noisemaking proclivities of the Le Dana phonograph She was not a good endurance player so her husband had to purchase a phono graph Now the two machines grim1 nightl declare that unless the families heal their difference they will apply to the police depart ment to have the phonographs de chaired public nuisances MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA The Board of Directors of the Modern Brotherhood of America met at Mason City Iowa November 11 and the claim of William Nevby for 1000 was allowed and ordered paid 1117lt WILL BE COMPLETED ON DECEMBER 1ST Of 1913 Though Official Date of Op of Panama Canal Remains Iening 1915 PANAMA Nov 17The Panama Canal will be completed on December 1 1913 This information was given to President Trtft Tuesday while he was inspecting the famous Gatun Dam on which he spout several hours The official date of the opening re mains January 1 1915 Lieutenant Colonel Goethals desiring one year in which to train the canaHenders and to get the machinery working smooth ly Ships meantime will be granted the privilege of the canal at their own risk of possible delay incident to inexperienced operation In addition it was announced by Goethals that the report that President Tafts visit was the forerunner of a request for another 100000000 from Congress was unfounded The canal will be completed in 1913 he sad within the 375000000 already authorizedThe wins tremendously pleased at the putlopU for thee early workandcompletioncongratulated Colonel Goethals lie h expressed amazement at the amount ofwork accomplished since his visit to the isthmus in February 1909 lie was greatly surprised however at the immensity of the dam some idea of which can be gained from the tact thitt the train was under way neatly three hours on the spur tracks overrunning the great fill The visit of President Taftrsutterly dispelled any fears giincl stahImile ly m so it could never be recognized as a dam Colonel Gocthals is not officially promising that the canal will be cdmpleied in 1913 lest contractors mayhtelferecomplishing the great feat DEATH OF MR RIN1MARTINSuc- cumbs to Brjghts Disease at His Residence Near Hunt This County at Age of 74 Mr Robert Ndivton Martin died at 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon at his home near Hunt of Brights dis ease lIe wrs 74 years of life and was born and reared iir this county He was twice married His first wife Was MJss Bedford of Bourbon coun ty Isis second Vifc who was Miss Lydia Bryant of this county sur vives lIe is also survived by four children three sans Messrs J n Martin of this county Carter N Martin of Bourbon county and Join Martin of Chicago and one daugh ter Mrs C D Toddof this city Fqnr sisters Mrs Creath Taylor of this city Mesdaines Mollie Gait wood T K Barnes and Tarlton Grap es of Montgomery county alpsu1 vive the funeral services will ire heli1tat 3 oclock Thursday aft rnpm1 at tltp gravp by Rev Richard French STANDARD OIL- COMPANY WINS Judge Rules That a Settlementand Not An Individual Shipment Con stitutes an Offense JACKSON Team Nov 17Tire indictment of the United States against the Standard Oil Company of Indiana in tile socalled Grand Junc tion concession charges by which it was sought to have assessed penalties aggregating 3008400 stands short of its magnitude The prosecution met reverses ina ruling of Judge John McCall in Ue United States Circuit Court Tuesday as to the principle of law which in one sweep dwarfed the monetary feature by exactly 29134000 and in general placed havoc with the bill of charges as set upon by the Government In effect it was the ruling of the Judge that within the meaning of the Elk us low governing interstate commerce the statute which fours tle basis for the suit a settlement and riot an individual shipment constitutes mi offense In thiindhefinent as returned it is charged that the Indiana corpoialion committed 1524 offenses basing each o fate counts on a railroad shpmeir ff petroleum n itc pvofli frrr the company refinery at Whiliig Tnd to points in the Southeast through Grand Junction Evidence presented and declared admissible shows only 4G settlements CompmyIini the years covered1903 to 1905 Hence should the defendant com pany be found guilty on all the charges now standing the maximum penalty possible to be assessed would be 920000 For each offense the statute provides that 20000 may be taxed The minimum is 1000 Ofsecondary importance only in that a final ruling was not made Judge McGall also held tentatively thrt tine dates shown in the indict uient should conform to the proof tendered If made final this would develop a variance fatal to tlc in rti etnc rtrSATURDAY ONLY V fTwenty pounds of graiinlatffdJsugar for lpOBix pounds Arbneklescof- fee lOOfor cash J W Dawson No 16 N Main street 1-I i LIVELY TRADE IN TOBACCO Representatives of Foreign Firms Put in An Appearance in Louis ville and Are Very Active LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 17Indications for a lively trade in tobacco on the local breaks within the next month jn the opinion of local experts developed Tuesday whim rep resent tins of foreign firms pat in an n II ranee on the markit Tues day morning for the first time in four months Messrs Stewart anl Dlli renroscniing Sir William McDonald fit the head of the llaeccbcpnciiii in Canada and pussibiy one of tIll largest in the world begiii buying actively uudas a result a slight advance in the price on some grades was noted l Messrs Stewart and Dodd have been in the city for some time past looking over the situation and their activity on the market Tuesday oc casioned some surprise They pur chased 75 hogsheads of red burlcy tobacco from the old pool at the various houses wheire the sales wen Meld They were the most active buyers on the local breaks It is argued by wellinformed ai thorities on tobacco here that the buying by the representatives of the McDonald firm will encourage other foreign firmsto get their representa tives out in force AUDITORIUMtI Seldom hIs a bill appeared at the Auditorium theatre that came as neat to pleasing the entire audience a that of Wednesday night There was plenty of comedy for those desiring comedy music for those seeking Music and dramatic for those win love a drama Savage and Decrotean the German boy and his sweetheart furnished the comedy for the bill and was liked very much by tee audience Drisko am1 Earl in their original musical play let entitled In the Twilight pre sented one of the most refined acts seen at the Auditorium this season Mr Drisko is very clever with the cornet and violin and with the assistance of Miss Eral is offering an ex cellent dramatic and musical sketch Two new pictures will be added to tIll hill Thursday night PRESIDENT TIGERT TO ATTEND MEETING Of Kentucky Intercollegiate Commit tee Called to Hear Charges of Gccrgetown University Against Owen White- President J J Tigert of Kentucky Wcsleyan College will go to Lexington Friday to attend a meeting of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Commit teeThe committee has been called tc meet in Lexington for the purpose of hearing charges filed by the George town University against Owen White star halfback of Central University It is alleged by Georgetown that White has received money rs a professional base ball player thus bar ring him from playing on a college team QUEStION RESTS WITH TIlE PEOPLE Appellate Court Takes Into Consideration Fact That Russell Dispos ed of Certificate of His Own Free Will FRANKFORT Ky Nov 17A8a- result of the opinion delivered Tues day by Appellate Judge Hobson in the case of the Commonwealth against Owen Glass of Lexington it rests absolutely with the people of Kentucky whether or not bribery in elections is permitted prevented stop eda f The Court of ApperJs in bus opin ion decides that the buying of an andlthaelection certificate for any purpose whatsoever is liable for an indict = ment on the charge of Bribery and- should be tried accordingly v A Utho same timethe Appellate Court holds r that the mere fact of a person buying an election certificate must not be construed that the person has unlaw fully attemptedto prevent the voter from voting or has intimidated hint in any way The case was appealed from the Fayette Circuit Court Owen Glass an election worker and prominent poiUitfcin of Lexington was indicted on the charge oftin lawfully attempting to prevent Bur gess Russell from voting in the No ember election of 1909 Glass wa accused of having paid Russell for his election certificate Glass demurred toMhc indictment on the ground that he had not un hyivfully cMemptedto prevent Rus sell from voting and the Circuit Court Appellatethe fact that Russell disposed of his certificate to Glass without any force being use- dLANGLEY SENDS FLORAL TRIBUTE To Henry S Wood Who Died ol Pneumonia Contracted While Making Campaign MT STERLING Ky Nov 17 The funeral of Henry S Wood whc died here Monday morning of pneu monia was helelattire Metltodisv church Tuesday and was attended by one of the largest audiences that ever assembled in the church Rev II D Clarke was the officiating minister The burial service was conducted at the grave of the Ml Sterling Lodge of Elks of whiclr Mr Wood was a Past Exalted Ruler As a tribute to the memory of Mr Wood the posr oflice was closed by order of the Postoflicc Department during the funeral Mr Wood having served Ii Assistant Postmaster for four ea1I under Mi Hall The floral designs were elaborate and came from alt classes of people Among them wait beautiful design from the employees of the pension office at Louisville and from Congressman John W Langley INSPECTION OF CI 0 ROAD Mechanics Superintendents Train masters and Foremen Pass Through Winchester on Special Train The officials of the C 0 railror who have been making their n inspection tour over all branches o the road passed through Wincheste on a special train Thursday morn ing All the master mechanics di vision superintendents train master raid engine foremen were in the in spection part- yBUSY TIMES AT POULTRY PLANTS Season is Opened and Dealers Art Working Large Forces 2600 Tur keys Killed Wednesday The busiest places now in the cit are at the poultry plants of Toohey Bros and Leon Renaker where thou sands of turkeys are being butchered each day The turkey season opened last week end since that time both houses have been working a large number of people from morning until late at night Wednesday 1400 turkeys were killed at Toohey Bros place At Renakers about 1200 were receiving 1500 turkeys dui ing Wednesday Toohey Bros receiv ed about 1000 geese which will be shipped to Boston and New York Buyers are nOV paying 13 an cents per pound for turkeys 113I country The silver lining to a great many clouds is nothing but moonshine TOn LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE rPure bronze turkeys Mrs J R GOhl 111East Tenn phone 332 illTlrao I WEATHER Fair Thursday and Friday North west to West Winds t MARRIAGE IS- SOlfMNIZED Miss Lucy Bush Stewart is United in Holy Bonds of Matrimony to Mr Homer Charles MacNeill 3The marriage of Miss Lucy Bush to Mr Homer Charles Mac Neill which was solemnized at tote First Christian church in this city on Wednesday evening was the culmin ation ofa pretty romance The magnificent church structure was ablaze with lights which lent a wondrous enchantment to the beau tiful wedding scene Great hank ul1 ferns formedthe marriage altar re lieved by large chrysanthemum blos somsMisses Richie Lane Anna Stone ylisleNelson Edna Hays Sara Goodloa Benton Hannah Hodgkin Jane Gaits kill Nette Cole Jane Bright Robin son Bonnie Gibbons and Margaret Brown girl friends of the sweet young bride were escorted by tilt ushers to the organloft where thoy presented a beautiful picture in their graceful evening gowns Mrs John Oden presided at the organ in a charming manner To till first sweet strains of Lohengriirs wedding march Miss Virginia Sulli van of Versailles in a white messa line gown and Miss Paulina Judy or j Mt Sterling in white crepe do client with pearl trimmings slowly entered carrying immense clusters of yellow chrysanthemums They stood at the center of the rostrum forming a beautiful nucleus for the wedding patty Next came Messrs John Weathers rand Howard Porter who wcVc fol lowed by Mrs Vcrnon Ilisle sister of the bride in a lovely gosh of crepe de chcne and Mrs William French attired in soft white mess line Mr Roger Barnes and Mr Vernon Ilisle came next while just preceding the bride her sister Mrs Roger Barnes of Mt Sterling w ho was a charming picture of matronly beauty in a rich gown with corsage bouquet of gold roses mull green foliage and carrying a cluster of white chrysan themums entered from the left and from the right came in fairylike beauty Miss Josephine MacNcill sweet little sister of the groom On the arm of her brother Mr Jeff Q Stewart the bride entered beautiful picture in her girlish wed ding gown of white satin mcssalincj with tulle veil and orange blossom rind carrying a splendid bouquet ofr lutes and roses interspersed witli lainly ribbon streamers The groom entered from the left in the arm of his best man Mr Mark gown of Kokomo laid while from the pastors study came the officiating minister Rev J IL MacNcill father f the groom who conducted the marriage service The lin theriny golden circlet betokening so nuch of loyalty and love being Ink n from a grerit white lily and offered with charming grace to the groom by lis little sister in readiness for his olacing iton the finger of his girl Slide there to remain so long as their lives shall last The earnest words spoken by tutu ffieiating minister which bound to werejthe benediction pronounced at tho lose of the ceremony was thee o went rppeal ofa father ifaatfaU blessings should be extehdcd to his hildrcn With infinite tenderness the stately Matron of Honor then forward and lifted the y theFface of the fair young wife bestow ing a sisterly caress in graceful benediction The happy couple left immediately for Washington D C for a honeymoon trip They will be at home at the residence of Mrs L W Ishmael in this city upon tfheir return The bride is a daughter of Mr rnd Mrs C B Stewart and possesses a charming personality Her disposi tion is sunny and bright which ll dons here popular with a wide cinle of friendsMr is a member of the firm of MacNeill and Weathers lie is a young man of splendid business worth and sterling character lIe is ever genial and courteous and is popular with evdrybody- To the happy young couple a host of friends and admirers extend earnest congratulations and cordial good i wishes A I Ify r f pafie TWO THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1luff N TfR N W Independent Newspaper L Rubllhed bY The Winchester News Cp Incorporatedj oa I ttfflce J09III South 4IMain Street Winchester Kentucky n Dally Except Sunday duel Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1903 at the post omce in Winchester Kentucky under the Oct of March 3 1879 2 NeiII SUBSCRIPTION RATES wBy mrm Daily one year 300 M Six Months t r lKn One Month r 25- ii Payable in advance 1r ADY ING PATES aDisplayPer Inch One time any edition 25j it Three times within one week 50I One week continuopsly 100 H One calendar mo continuously 300 tFour weeks 4 tunes a week 240 our weeks three time sa week lQ- g Fur weeks tVo times a week 12Q Si Four weeks one time a week 75 g Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type 7V c Paris reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate H Classified Per Word Jt One insertion tiny edition lc Three insertions continuously 2c ljjach threeaaditional insertions 1hc mocontinuouslylOc n Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for- lest thim 25 cents 5THis PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN H ADVERTISING BY THE I l GENERAL OFFICES GOau kFrlURSpAY NOVEMBER 17 1910 3 OUR GOVERNMENT PATqilWQRJPi Our pionedr mo her 5 mule pntdi 5 work quilts They were formed with i little regard for harmony in color or i material Our government is a prtchvork 6fStates very similar to the old time quit NO two States mnre alike No two have the same r laws The result is friction between i tine States and the Federal Govern- mentH The National Government is losing cast with the cimzed coim m tries of the world because of its in ability to carry out in good faith A treaties that are made We have jji treaty with Japan by which the lint j ivies of Japan that come to this tff country are not to be dls rllmpteJI w against Only a few years ago M California San Francisco Japan- esefi children stag debarred from the j public schools 6 TJiis was in direct conflict with the B treaty but our governmentwas help- lessI The government had no control over the schools of California and it was oirfy l y wiso diplomacy on the ijpnrt of the representatives of the two w countries that trouble was averted t1 Only last week in Texas a Mexican j was bunted alive We have reciprocal relations with Mexico but there is no S way by which our government can H bring to justice the perpetrators of the crime It rests entirely with the H State of Texas This crime in Texas S caused retaliutioiUovcr the border i Mexicans n Tliesbft Americans may or may not have beet citizen of Texas This weakness of our government should be remedied in some way If it is not done it is Jia jg ble to involve us inn foreign war at t any time The right of citizenship is denies to onehalf ofour people tint th H best half The vilest criminal out o jail fit isa man call tote The voteac Governor Had y before the great 4 Labor Convention in St Louis said H that onethird of the judges and one countryg were ll o J the people We cannotthinkof disputing the JlJWord ofa Governor =afr Zn Jle ilS ouiifV 1 K McGart ney Republieantvaselected County Judge over C BMorford Democrat e WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED While in the other races the county went Democratic Mir Morford speaks well cf his successful oppon ent but is sour on the Democrats that defeated him He says To the contemptible mugwumps and unprincipled lirrs who stubbed me at the sacrifice of their own party I will say that I am longing for the timeto come when I can go after you good and hardtake notice Our waste basket is being well fill ed with copy furnished from New Orleans and San Francisco contending proIposed 1hnnks1ghplayers that have been killed hObIbleThe Golden Rule is of little to raiy of us without there is valueI jearts a disposition to carry We all have burdens to bear We have many disappointments jOur sorrows may be great We never en tirely get over our troubles lint correct living and a consciousness of doing no irong is a panacea CALLED TO LOUISVILLE Mr Woodson MeConl Chiefof Police was filled to Louisville Wed nesday afternoon on business He will return Thursday night EASILY BREAKS A SEVERE COLD In Just a Few Hours All Misery from a Bad Cold or the Grippe Be Overcome Papes Cold Compound is the re suit of three years research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars std contains no quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not effective in the treatment of colds or grippeIt postiive fact that a dose of Papes Cold Compound taken every two Biours until three consecutive doses are trJen will end the Grippe coldaeither in the head chest hack stom ash limbs or any part of the body It promptly relieves the most mis e able neuralgia pains headache dullness head and nose stuffed up feverishness sneezing sore throat tarrhhal discharges soreness stiffness and rheumatic twinges Take this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no Other medicine made any where else in the world which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or bad aftereffects rs a 25cent package of Panes Cold Com pound which any druggist in the world can simply FOR SAtE PRIVATEty Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three gilts J G McClure it R No5 Winchester Ky 1114tf MA s 1 aOO l IS LI TO REST Services Are Held at the Grave By Burialffuneral services of MrC1I S Boone were conducted at the resi dence of his son Mr Clay Boone on West llickman street Thulsday morning at 10 oclock by Rev Rich 1crib French Aftthe services the body was taken to the Winchester cemetevarii deposited in the family lot Following were tie pallbearers y T JupatlIGolden IvV r 7 V r ALL ABOARD FOR Tp KEY on Thanksgiving By the way are 1 i there any places on your poultry house or barn which will allow your birds to get out or some night prowler to get in9 Why not have us send you lumber enough to maJcc them se t cure Dont wait till your Thanks ghing dinner is stolen Do it now THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE INC WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS November 16 and 17 DRISKO EARLE In theii original Musical playlet In the Twilight THE TWO BOSTpNIANS Thomas Bertha SAVAGE DEGgpTEAU The German Boy and his Irish Sweetheart A Novelty Act Comedy Talking and Singing 2000 feet AUDISCQPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House qpen 730 show starts 8 oclock Jfouss thoroughly heated Matinee Saturday Aft rl1oo l 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts olhouse No Reserved Seats- BLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS No 2148 REPORT OF THE COiyplTION OF TILE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK At Winchester jn the State Ken tucky at the Close of Business ftoyemljer JO 1910 Jesourpes Loans and discounts 3080 1107 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 971318 U S Bonds to secure circulation 100009 Bonds securities etc 100000 Banking house furuiture and fixtures 8000 QP ue from National Banks not reserve ageiits Jfi448I Due from State and pri vale banks and bank ers trust companies and Savings Batiks 1809h ue from approved reserve agents 3108570 Checks and other cash items 37641 Notes Jf oilier National Banks 3J4110C Fractional currency nickels and emits 350C Lawful money reserve in bank viz Specie 1588255 ijegaltender notes 350000 1938255 Ixcdemption fund njth U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 422000 Total 4Q24144 IUabilitiesss 100000 5000000 00 expenses and taxes paid 958013 National Bank Notes out standing 90350100 Due to other National Banks l99P22 Due to State and Pri vate Banks and Bank ers 200559 Individual deposits sub ject to ick 21944888 Notes rod hills redis- counted 980642 Reserved for taxes 262520 Total 49248144 Slate of Kentucky County ofClark I A II Hampton Cashier of the abovernamed bank do solemnly swear that Jhe above statement is true to tits hest of my knowledge and belief A II HAMPTON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to Jjefore me this jOih tiny of November19iO R 0 FITCH Notary Public My commission expires Tanuary 19 11914 Correct Attest w n WILLS W H GARNER j D SIMPSON Directors SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS i SUNQAYSCHOOlf M 1iLesson JHFourlhtllicr1 r For Nov 20 1910 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Textof the Lesson att xxvi 3656 Memory Verses 38 39 Goden Text Matt xxvi 45 Cpinmentary Prepared byBev D Stearns It may bare been as some think pot far from midnight when Jesus went forth with His disciples over the brook Kcdron on ills way to Gethsemane We think of another night which in some small measure foreshadowed this ope when the king of Israel fled for his life across this same brook accom panied by a few faithful followers because of the rebellion of bis son Absa lom In our lesson we see the truc- King of Israel about to be put to death by His firstborn Ex 122 and about to enter into an agony the like of which was never before seen by men or an gels on this earth Possibly He had spoken the words of John xv and xvi on His way to the garden and had prayed the prayer of chapter xvii after reaching the garden Of this we can not be certain But now He leaves the eight disciples somewhere In the gar den and taking Peter and lames and John He was withdrawn from the oth ers about a stony cast and began to be sorrowful and very heavy saying unto them My soul is exceeding sor rowful liven unto death tarry ye here and watch with Me Then leaving the three lie went a little farther and kneeled down and fell on His face on the ground and prayed the prayer ot verse 39 Luke says that an angel from ben en appeared to Him and strengthened Him and being in an agony He prayed more earnestly and His sweat n isus1t were great drops of blood failing down to the ground He name to tine disciples and found them asleep and said to Peter What could ye not watch with Me one hour Watch and pray verses 10 41 He went away the second time and prayed the same prayer Then He came again to them und found them asleep again and went away the third time and prayed the same words Then He came the third Mme to ills disciples and said unto them Sleep on now and tale your rest behold the hour is at hand and the Son of Man is betrayed into the hands of shiners Luke xxii 45 4Glo4is as if whoa He returned to found them asleep also and said to them Why sleep ye Rise and pray lest enter into tempta tion We can read It and write It and meditate upon itpbutf hocan under stand it What was the cup from which He asked if possible to bp delivered and tintln drinking of which He sub mitted whully to the Fathers will Was it the samtvcup as that of John xvili 11 iojiiernjiij which lie said The cup which my ether hath given nic shall not drink iti it leaks as if the devil did liotknow hat lie was doing when he killed the Lord Jesus for it is written inPHeb lit2 thai Jesus took a bOl1Oi flesh and blood that through death He might destroy him that had the powr of dcath thnt Is the devil We jcnow that lie tried to kill him at His birth and possibly he tried jo drown Him in that storm on the sea Perhaps lie thought that if he could kill Him before he reached the cross he would frustrate the wuule plan of redemption if that be So mid we can consider Gethscniane as the devils attempt to kill Him in the gar den then the Saviours prayer may have been a prayer that He might not die in the garden fpave ills great work uufinislipd but that He n lght have victory in the garden and go oil to Golgotha and finish His work of atonement for sin That would explain tic reason wily an angel strengthened Ijn If we are riglij jq this supposition then His witjirigness to die In he garden If Ets Fattier1 should so will it and leave His cock unfinished in very sight 6f7the goal is the greatest instants of submission on record To be willing not to suc ceed with success in sight wHp ever athingInut tie cup of dying in the garden passed from JJini nail he was strength cued supernatural and we1on glad ly to drink the cup which Ills Father had prepared for IlmIn that light listen to Heb v 7 Who in the days of ills flesh when He hud offered up prayers and supplications with strong crying and tears unto Him that wits able to sav film from death and was heard in that He feared In John v 13 it is written t we know that He hoar us whatsoever we ask we know that we hire the petitions that we desired of Ulan He prayed to Him who was able to save Him from death and He was heard therefore He was saved from death In the gar aen in order lint He lujgiij finish Hjs work of atonement by dying on the cross for our sins It these thoughts nro wrong may the Lord forgive us for daring to tolerate f horn but if they are of film urns He bless them and grant us victory to do His will and perfect submission to It Now seethe agent o the devil daring to kiss our Lord end behojil tier Lord sub mitting to it knowing him to be who and what ue was Simon Peter would have done better without a sword but how many blunders of lies and ours has our blessed Lord retried Uni Are we tjliwir or we py iuconsislenciresyiidjfing theta groin trJR 1 7 I WINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORE It N pJl t q I The Curry Dry Goods 01 Thanksgiving alelpf Superior Quality Linen I o Friday Nov 18 to Thanksgiving Day 2m O t i calmo m z i and ABSENCE OF ARTIFICIAL LOADINGand you wijil find your faith ing in the dependability of this establishment as a LINEN STORE Many beautiful new patterns materials the dependable ki1d S8rqWI Iall your linen needs NOW you will never traps a more profitable time I Unusual prices marked on these unusual goods All linen full bleached table damas72 inches wide Our Regular Price 300 Our Regular Price 150I iIOOurOcOurThanksgiving Sale Price 150 Thanksgiving Sale Price 75c Remembjer the great sale of NEW SUITS AND CLOAKS still continuej 14 to 13 OFF REGULAR P IC SAll GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES The Curry Dry Goods Co LARGE STiESSMALL PROFITS FATS OUR irE DI t u h MS 6ILKEY LAID TO REST Services Are Held at First Christian Church By Elder J H MacNeill Burial m Wmn hester Cemetery i The funeral of Mrs Alice GiIleyI who died Tuesday morning of plications were held at the First ingjatconducted the services Thcjburial took place in tlC Winchester cemetery following the services rt the church FRAYER MEETING POSTPONED eI Prayer meeting will be held a First Christian church at 715 Thursday evening The meeting was postponed Wednesday nighi on ac count of the MacNcillStewart wed ding ENGLISH BERKSHIREGILTSBRED English Berkshire gilts weight J50 pounds for sale at farmers prices W T Ogden Winchester Ky Home phone 102 10153t IS ENGAGED TO BATTLINGNELSONL- ittle Fighter Claims that Wife of Titled Husband Was Once His Own Fiance CHICAGO Nov fiThe amazing dfTvcIopnicut Wednesday in the tan gled romance of Irma Kilgallen de eBaufort and her titled husband was the declaration of Battling Nelson the former light weight prize fighting n that he was at one tiiue engaged to tae young woman The Battler forwarded this overdue soci sty item by wire from San Francisco where he is training Irma engaged to Battling Nelson exclaimed Mr Kilgrllen Impossi bile I dont believe she knew him II will not discuss it InvestigationrVedncsday showed tiroIlittle fighter jn ITegewisch the Chi cago suburb which lie sulk home The young woman was dsitingl HmlIj athletic men made several r rutomobilc trips to tineln nttcahmcnt it was de cided Jo send Miss Kilgallen to Lon ion and she departed early in IflOO In London she was wider the protection of Mrs Damrosch an Amer ican widow She hadrat n11onupe of 300 a month and was soon marked in the fashionable tearooms as an American heiress Battling Nelson and IIesrewisci were forgotten from the spring day she was introduced to the Count do Beaufort in the tearoom of the IloiJJfr Cecil Mrs Kilgrllon rend between the lines of he nlaughters letters in whiChshe spoke of the young man with the continental title The mother hurried to London and rove tigated the Count finally eonseiitMi to the marriage s Sewer pipe of all sizes at reason ihb prices Royso Boone 1114H HOMEHADE CA PY Mrs II IT Phillips homemade csndy on sale itBcansn ucwslaUl and Strodes drug store 1112Gt You can save money by buying your cakes from the R R Bakeiy Company Both phones 342 11153t Big ReductionI- nLaliesSuits Cloaks and Skirts rLots of nice Womens Underwear cheap Boys Clothing for you at right prices Big line of SHOES all leather Furs and Muffs they tell us we are selling them awful cheap Special this week Blankets worth 450 to 500 this Week 398 Blankets worth 600 this week 498 Blankets worth 750 this week X59- 8Todd Bros Big Depart ment Store r- i coI 4 1ia i THE WINCHESTER NEWSPane Th rec i 1 MR HUNTER Have you ever experienced trouble in getting drinking waterwhile hunting Why not take a THERMOS BOTTLEwith you They keep water ice cold three days 1 C H BOWENJeweler 29 5 Main St WINCHESTER KY t e SOCIETY A 1 l GoodwinScohee The inarrirge of Miss Dee Scobee to Dr Jairics Jeffries Goodwin was solemnized at the residence of Rev J R Savage in Covington Thursday morning at 11 oclock They were accompanied by Mrs Elizabeth Beets sister of the brid- ernllncdiately after the ceremony the Iliappy couple left for a bridal trip to Imliuuripolis after 1iich they will he LexingttnV The bride wore a stylish blue cloth SheisScobee of this city and is widely popular She is talented and pos sesses an attractive personality Dr Goodwin is a son of Mr ulna recentlygraduated School of Pharmacy and now holds p responsible position with Harding irug store in Lexington 4 He was formerly connected will cityiExtend congratulations on his win besticisliesthe newly wedded pair- Exchange t r The ladies of the now Baptisl cfliurch wil have an exchange on Sat a exchangeasandwiches and oyster soup will lies red btsirvedSmithShackelford y Mrs Mary Shackelford was married at the home of Mr M D Royst rIM Wednesday at 030 oclock to Mr E WSimthbf Portsmouth Ohio 1 iThe brIde wore a beautiful gray itin dress with grey coat and hat hand1Iisomef f Mr and Mrs Smith stayed until Thursday morning at the Brown roctoiia Hotel when they left for their home in Portsmouth J Congratulations and best wishes are extended v k i HaggardGaines j Tire home of Mr and Mrs iL tt prettyweddingQlCnlIiss Pauline Gaines became the Grg cere irony The bride was beautiful in a largeblackplume The groom is the son of Mr ant Mrs D S laggard amid is widely popular IOpticianI His bride was employed by the East Tennessee Telephone Company and is a young lady of unarming per sonality SIn is a daughter of the late John C Games who was for eight years sheriffof Franklin county Mr John C Noel an uncle is president of the Lexington Interurban Traction Com pany After a short bridal trip to Lexington and oti5er points the happy couple will make their home here f J Miss Martha Rye of Lexington attended the MacNeillSlewart wedding v Rr w Mrs S P Whilmorc of Ford was shopping in Winchester Thursday Misses Arlene and Laura Elkin of ML Sterling Visited Mrs Amaiidu Akin on Winn avenue this week Mr Alpheus Nelson who lirs beet In Texas Illinois and other points for some time is at home Miss Puttie Ramsey who has beet 11 at her home in the country has recovered u Mrs J W Bramblctte of Paris is visiting her daughter Mrs C C Robbins Mrs Elou Jackson Duncan and baby Russell of Cincinnati stopped jvcr wiih her uncle ami aunt MI- n Mrs JE Black on her WHY tone from an extended visit to her parents at Bcrca Rev T J Porter Messrs J K Al len Will Allen Miss Mamie Tucker Mrs Clay Haggard and Mrs J T Quisenberry attended the General Baptist Association in Cynthiaua all WlL Nelson is visiting Ii- idaughter Mrs Joe Auderson in Mt Sterling Mrs Jacob Gentry visited in Mt Sterling Sunday RAILROAD TIME TABLES EXINI TON EASTERN RY CO I rime Card In Effect June 21 J908 jfis BoundNo2 No 4 ltIiV Lexington 225 i 7oo Winchester 305 813 L E Junction 1 i 20 82t Clay City 905i 50IStanton 9 ail Camptor Junction 4 9 38 Natural Bridge 30I 943 Torrent 4471956 Beat vil1e Juno 5 10 10 17 0 K Junction 4o05 lll15- ir Jackson 6 10 11 20 Westbound IDailyjDailyl Sun Atbpl fi37 1045 I NoII No3I Nofi t Ex I Of Interest To Every House Keeper Saturday Nov 19th We are going to give a demonstration of 4tHeintz Famous 57 Varieties And National Biscuit Companys InerSeal Package andiI Bulk Goods Samples Served r You Are Cordially Invited 4MacNeill Weathers 1BothPhones No 40 I lhfI CLIFTON B ROSS ROUSING VALUES IN WINTER MERCHANDISE A beautiful assortment of Blankets and Comforts has justr arrived and is now on display at our store Our Rcadytowcar Department- is complete and we are showing all the latest weaves and styles at reasonable prices Tailored Surfs 1SOO to 5OOO Our stock also includes all the accessories for a perfect winter toilet not the least of which is a big line of Handsome FursiSilks in solid colors checks and plaids are shown at our counters land our displayMyf C v Broadcloths s cannot be excelled Ask for prices on our Alligator Skin 1 Pocketbooks which are TV Always In Style cLIFTokLROSSIsun 0 K Juno1615 225 705 iiY Jackson 16101220 7 00 Athol 640 252 730 Ueasrjville Junel707I320I 754 Torrent 730 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 17481357 828 Stanton 1815 426 854 Clay City 1825 435 902 L tt E June 900 507 934 Winchester 912 520 946 irLexington 955 J G05 1025 lIE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos 1 ua 3 will maze connections with the O Ry for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will male connections with he L A Railway for Beaity ille By- Crmnton Junction Trains Nos 1 I 3 and 4will connect with the fountain Central Ry for passengers o and from Campton Ky 0 K Junction Trab Nos 3 tied 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Rjand gay stations MgrlIASLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound- No CmcinuatiEnordlle focal Arrives 1016 a m j departs 1019 a No 33CincinnatiJacksonville imited 10 39 a m No MaysvillcStanford local Tith Cincinnati conacction at Paris rrives at 625 departs at G35 p m No 31CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 p m Northbound Vn dAt1n tnfinrnnnti UmifpA No 1tJStanfordVfaysville local jonnecting at Paris for CincinnatiI due at 715 leaves at 722 a m No KnoxvilleCinciimati lo Hl arrives 248 departs 253 p m No 32 JMfks nvillefinfihsat united 558 p m All are daily except Nos 9 ana 10 which arc daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 853 a m N022 Daily 1210 p In To 28 Daily lye Sun 630 p n No 24 Daily W meNo 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m No 21 Daily 6 48a m Jo 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p m No 23 Daily t 43 i p m COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days county courts are IteM each month in coun Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon day Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday MondayClark Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Qarratd Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dry Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED K r youhaventn Call our manager for full information i v w 1 or r rt MondayOwen Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo ldayt Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Mondav NDISTION GOES PHILLIPS SELLS BEST PRESCRIPTIONS ON THE MON EYBACK PLAN Almost everybody knows that sick headache nervousness and dizziness are caused by a disorderedstomach Upset stomach and indigestion happen just because the food you eat does not digest but lies in tire stom ach Mid ferments or turns over You can stop fermentation and stomach distress in five minutes by using MIONA stomach tablets a prescription that has done more to cure indigestion and put the stomach in fine condition than all the special ists on earth A large 50cent box of MIOXA stomach tablets is all you need to get quick and lasting relief Phil lips guarantees them Mrs Alice Etson of 93 Dun Road Battle Creek Mich used MIONA and within two months was in as rood health as ever and has a rood strong stomach and cats anything she likes She attributeshealth to MIONA If you have heartburn belching of gas heaviness or any stomach trour ble no matter how chronic try DUO NAstomach tablets on money back plan Sold by Phillips and leading druggists everywhere I FORTY TOTS IN NfW ADDITION At Mt Vernon III Are Sold By Mes I srs N R Ratliff and Vic Bloom field Messr R Ratliff and Vie Blopnifield managersof iBlue One Pill gentlylaxatioeact directly on the Boer ioCre Grass Realty Company returned Thursday morning from Ml Vernon IlL where they have been conducting Plac1Theof the year and the money market it was a fair sale Forty lots in the new addition were sold SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS It is impossible to be well simply im constipatedWaste t must be removed from the body at least once each day or there will be trouble The dose of Ayers Pills is small only one pill at bedtime All vegetable Degrees In Perfumes Ii Peddler selling a bottle of scent tot youjjkojrtobaroness Fllegende Blaetterr They Can Climb Political fences should not be too high for the people to have a look over Atlanta Constitution Dont WorrySmile Some people think it a hardship to purchase a pair of Shoes And they worry over ittIf you WANT what you WANT come to us and you will get itwithout any trouble The new Shoe Store had the GOODS We carry AS toE widths all leathers all sizes WE FIT THE FEET LADIES SHOES 150 to 500 MENS SHOES 300 to 600 Entire stock is new and we guarantee tf leas you or else give your money backi Came and look them over we will take pleas in showing you Iure Hutsell Smith Patterson Next to Winn Furniture Co ArIisI T urn ull We are carrying a complete line of ReadyMade Silk Waists which cannot fail to be attractive to FASTID IOUS BUYERS We have them in persian Black taffeta and fancy styles Our stock of Dress Goods Silks is also complete The newest things in Persian and Solid Colors are in eluded in this line See our display of Blanetsw- hich are just the thing for the fall r season Dont fail to see our Tailored Suits i which are the very latest in cut and finishand ou- rSeparate Skirts and Coats A rli s Iurnbull Ji J r r t j fiY s i TaDpfour i = Jt J L T TEYItCEST JW 4 I 4 4 J 7 Phones R tIP iktioatBankIPaid up SlOOQGDj 51000 f WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and and carefully to al business entrusted to us JD Sfnjpsqnj A HrHampton Cashier T E Phillips V J W Poynter Cashier UFFICfRS FOR- ENSUING YEAR Arc Elected By Eastern Eclectric Association Which Adjourned Wed- nesdaY After Successful Meeting The meeting of the Eastern Evlcc luc Association whfch was in Wednesday in the afternoon liiosf successful mcQt lu g After atljouwuhent the of the city took the visiting delegates fur an auto ride over the city and county Before adjourning the of llcrs for tine ensuing year were elect crtann the of meeting designated Dr J IT Schultz of JeffcrsonvillejMng elected president JP P Huff P11 miners Lauding vice treasturer Dr J A E Evans of Farmers RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domestic fuel we guarantee every loa- dROYSE G BOONE Winchester Ky Both Citizens Capital Surplus attend promptly Pres Pres Asst session ivjourned after doctors secretary The meeting will be held at Richmond next year Those who attended the meeting were Dr J P Huff Plummers Land ing Dr Lee Strouse Covington Dr J C Mitchell Louisville Dr J II Shultz Dr J A E Evans Farmers and Dr W K Price Dr F L Rob bins of Salt Lick the president of the association arrived here at 3 tcclock in the tfteruo- onINSPECTiON OF MOlOR WAGON Mr H H Rippey of St Louis Overi hauls Machine at Engine House- Makes SeconU Visit Mr IT IT Rippey representing th Webb Motor Fire Apparatus Company WtlsIof St Louis Mo arrived here sent here to overhaul the motor hose wagon at the engine house Mr Rip i pey installed the machine when it wrs purchased and remained here several weeks While here lie made a large number of friends who are pleased that the company sent hug to this city aghin WANTED TO SELL HNE CLOTHIN GI Rich Mistress Trusts Maid to Dis Ipcse of Handsome Dresses and She DcesIPITTSBURG Perin Nov 17Af- tel a most interesting trial Wednes day Hattie King a colored house tinIrich dresses of her mistress with flic litters consent to sell but had not returned them nor the value thereof Mrs Clara F Arthur wife of Charles A Arthur manager of trie HcylPatterson Steel Company was the complainant On the stfnd Mrs Arthur who is an acknowledged cial leader admitted that she had wanted to sell some of her rich dresses bought while abroad and the molt had volunteered to sell them for her quietly Dresses costing 300 were to go to Matties friends for etc but though they went they 120I came back nor did the money The negroes on the straid became bitterly personal asserting that Mrs Arthur and her daughter had sail they wore broke and begged her to take some of their fine dresses out and sell them without letting anyone not even Mr Arthurknow The courtroom looked like a dress makers shop when the police had brought in all of Mrs Arthurs goods they had found in different places IToo True Baby John was not allowed to have pepper in his food but seeing his father putting pepper on his roast beef hurriedly seized the pepper box platewith our mouth but pepper and we ea that with our ncse Delineator PROBLEM TO RAISE MJNITOn PURITAN Bef rtLIBbiS Actually Accomplish edit is Said That as Much as100 000 May Have to Be Spent NORFOLK Va Nov 17Now that Uncle Sain has sunk the monitor Puritan with nitroglycerin explosions he finds that it isno easy task to raise tlieship from the lurid Hats on Craney Island Before itie job is actually Itccoinplislied it is said thrt as much as 100000 may have to be spent IThe Puritan 10 years ago was more than 1000000 so the iexperiincnt of Tuesday which re sulted in the blowing up of the mon itor wijlbe a costly one for the Gov ernment if so much money is required to raise her Government tugs went to the spot where the Purilun is niired Wednes day rnul mechanics made an investi gation They found that tlic old ship could not be moved The Puritan practically half full of water is al most as much of a Avreckas the bat tleship Maine Marine men declare she js in fit least three feet of mud Mark Continental Division The host famous of all boundary marks in song and story is the Pit lar of Farewell which marks the line between Russia and Siberia It stands between Ekaterinburg jn Russia and Tiumen fn Siberia and is on the main road along which tens of thousands or exiles hays passed It is an obelisi of brick about sixteen feet in height On the west side it bears in Russian characters the word Europe on the other Asia The Ipcnzup- Alter five years Interlaken has revived its Alpenzug a curious and pretty spring festivalalt is the pro cessiop of the cattle with their herdsmen from the low lying meadows where they have passedthe Jong winter to the Alpen where they will Alpisas meaning a high mountain meadow not a mountain peak uTpitcicagetThe Winchester Bakery 111731i I THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION This has been an exceedingly good business year with us The people of Clark County have been very generous with their patronage during the past twelve months That we may not seem ungrateful it gives us great pleasure to proclaim our thanks to each and every one of our customers You are earnestly invit ed to make this store your place for buying and we pronounce that in every way you will be pleased SCRIVENER BROS COp reJx ceived another shipment of new DRESS GOODS Plenty of c Pt BLANKETS AND COMFORTS whichre are selling at the lowest prices Plenty of UNDERWEAR of the best grades OUTING CLOTHS of the best qualities on the market at lowest prices Just the tiling for winter months LADIES OLOAKSI Splendidly tailored aril fashioned of the best material Remember that we have the strongest line of MEDIUM PRICED SHOES in the world Solid and buLttoweai i SCRIVENER BROS 6 CO l r Do Yon Open Your Mouth Like a young bird and gulp down whatever food or medicine may t be offered you Or do you want to know something of the com petition and character o which you take into your stomach nether ar food or medicine Most intelligent and sensible people nowadays insist en knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine Dr Pierce believes tiny have a perfect right to INSIST upon such knowledge So he publishes broadcast and on each hoitle wrapper what his medicines are made pi tend verifies it under cath This he feels he can well afford tb do because the more the Ingredients of which his medicines are made are studied and understood the more will thch superior curziivs virtues bs appreciated frequentheadacheDr Pierces Favorite Pre crptlOn is a most efficient remedy ItIS equally effective In giving strength to nursing mothers and in preparing the system of the expectant mother for babys coming thus renderinng childbirth safe andcomparatively painless The Favorite Prescription is a most Potcut strengtheniii tonic to the gene alsyste and to the organs distinctly feminine in particular Itlsrllso a soothing and invigorating nerv- ine arid cues nervous exhaustion nervous prostation neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St Vit s dance and other distressingnervous symPtois attc2dant upon fc land organsA of practice recommend each of the several ingredients pf vhich Favorite Prescription is made for the cure of the bysendingto IL V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo Jand it will com PestIr to experiment with new or but slightly tested med FayorItePrecrIptionsubstitute is made of but yoi dont and it 13 decidedly for yjur interest that you should JToVOrIte Prescription rccsCommonSeu ALLANSVILLE YoR Ewing bought some sheep from Sirs Rodney Haggard price unknown J P Martin sold a heifer to Char lie Oliver for 25 Mhand Mrs Baker Allen visited James Cruse and wife Saturday night anti Sunday Mrs Tom Reeves visited her par cuts Mr and Mrs Green Farney Wed nesday Miss Nannie Martin is visiting Miss BessioeMartin of Winchester- Mr and Mrs Howard Piersall and little son were the guests recently of Mrs Scott Hrggard who has been very ill James Martin rind family have moved to their place at Fox Station Mr Tomniie Reeves was in Lee county last week on business JACKSON FERRY Born November 9 to Mr and Mrs Dave Yiviou a daughter Birdie Lee Mrs S J Jewell is quite illof Alma Chism and Mary Day is were pleasant guests of Miss Stel la Monroe Saturday night and Sun dayLittle Katie Gravitt visited her sis ter Mrs Nora Baber from Friday until Sunday Mr Samuel Woosley wife and lit tle daughter Lucille spent from Friday until Sunday with the formers parents tand Mrs Jas Wooslcj Misses Lena and Millie Gravett visited Lula and Patty Woosley re centlyMr Andy Jordan and wife of Ford visited Mr John Jordan last week Mr and Mrs Richard Thompson and children visited Mr and Mrs John Thompson and Mrs Shelton El kin recently The Teachers Association of the Fourth Division met at Mooresvillc Friday A large crowd was present rand as plendid dinner was served Mr James Woosley sold seven hogs to Mr Frank Railsback at 7 per hundred- BLOOM INODALE Mi James Martin has moved from here to the farm he purchased on the Iron Works pike Floyd the son of Mr and Mrs J W Jones who has been very ill is better Time little son of Mr W M Brum back who accidentally shot himself is getting along nicely Elder Turpin filled his regular appointment rt this place Saturday and Sunday and visited the home of Mr J F Gainboe Saturday night Mrs Nancy Adams and Mrs Ida Adams visited Mrs Willie Jones Tuesday Mis J W Burgher and Mrs Grover Gilbert visited Mr Will Adams family Saturday Mrs George rtfhurman Wnd chil hen who has been visiting in Lewis county for the past month have re turned home Mrs Scott Haggard is some better at this writing antsMrs Ella Epperson and children were visitors at Mr Scott Haggards sun- day FOX George C Fox and family wlllmove e II to Winchester a week or two to I FARMS FiOn SALE FARM NO 150 acres 712 miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac co Ice house and all other outbuildings larks young orchard in full intontour lots all well watered All in grass except 8or 10 acres Close to good school Price G000 FARM NO 253 a res 61miles from Winchester on good pike Tins a twostory frame lurching of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of tobacco Ice house chicken house coal house meat house corn crib 4 buildingsDivided well watered and every fence in first class condition Has large young orchard in full bearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter pf a mile from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390 acres G2 mil pilieHasrooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tobacco barn good cellar and all outbuildings all in good condition di vided in 5 tracts all well watered mind fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postofllcc and blacksmith shop Price 6000 FARM NO 460 acres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station lias twostory frame dvelling of rooms new stock barn 4acrc tobacco barn all necessary outbuildings Well watered with pool wells and creeks All outside fencing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 0000 FARM NO 5110 Acres 7 miles from Winchester iwostoiy frame dwelling with 7 rooms 6acrc tobac co barn All necessary outhouses Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 7fi per acre FARM NO 6105 acres 5 mile from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or S rooms All necessary outbuildings 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Well fence and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 73i5acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in in Tracy Stokely Ilive Walter Thomson and wife Grassy Lick visited his parents last week Prof T R Hardin was hastily pall ed last weep to see his son Evans at his home in who was reported very ill Mr Jrones Martin is moving in on the place he bought recently of Mr Wallace Hukle Mrs Fannie Elkin visited her sic JI J grass Price 50 per acre FARM NO S20 acres 3 2 mils from Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and outbuildings Price 3500 FARM NO 050 acres 7 miles from Winchester was twostory frame dwelling with rooms tobac eo barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well watered with wells springs and pool Small tenant house 15 acres in onl tiva Nonchalance in grass price 5boo FARM Y J 10300 acres 12 miles from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten ant house 8acre tobacco barn large stock barn and all necessary out buildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance iii grass price 412000 FARM NO 1127 acres 7V2 miles from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco burn which hold 4 acres of tobacco all rkinds of fruit price 3SOO FARM NO 12157 acres 11A L miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7 acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358 acres 7 miles from Winchester has live room dwelling 9acrc tobacco barn and all Accessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike has 4room tenant rouse new 10acre to bacco barn neverfailing water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NU 1592 acres 71 miles from Winchester on goodtiihbhas twostory frame dwelling with 9 rooms good cellar and all outbuildings good stock bun 10acrctobac co barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Price J15 per sere FARM NO 1670 acres 3V2 miles from Winchester has tworstory frame dwelling with 7 rooms Alt- ooutbuildings acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO 1758 acres 5 milts from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 18103 acres near Chilesburg has 3room tenant iouse well fenced and watered All good land on good pike Price 105 per acre Office McEldowney Bldg Both Phones Louisiana ee essc ter Mrs Annie Rice at Ford from Saturday until Monday Mrs Rice will break up housekeeping at an early day visit around for awhile then go to Cuvington and Cincinnati to spend the winter with her daughters Mrs Asher and Mrs Day Allen Snowden and wife have to California to make it their Jt uiethome We feel our neighborhood has lost some valuable citizens 1 y THE WINCHESTER HEWSPage Five n FELLOW CITIZENS LADY CITIZENS And All Other Fellows When you want a and FENCE then try California Privet And oh my how it doss add to the artistic appear ance of your residence Poole Purllant 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 PURLLANT Florists PONE 396 On The Beautiful Lexington Pike = M WATER HEATERS Among Instantaneous Vater Heaters The RUUD Is Foremost Boiling Waters- By Opening the Faucet Ask for particulars iAAtif wthTco 30 NORTH MAIN STREET r THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester for many years and have learned by Experience man points in the coal trade which make it possible for us i o serve you better cheaper andlmore satisfactory tha anybody else J1jT1MARTIN COAL SUPPLY 00 YWorkwelldevelopedfgReduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable IkindIfpches Price 300 upwards to 1000 Sold at ail 3t oreo Everywhere WEIHG ARTZTi JJ20S Make 1 Sills Si at Broadway w lle7YorY Ill For Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market A Bum ber dl one stand Willsel1 o n account Qi ptker business 41 ElcBtoii Bposi 9tif f QO N Mai Stneel l1 y t 11 t rIG MO fY RAISING SALE jWe must raise a lame sum of inwIorder to do so we will sell our entire stocl of Mens and Boys Suits Over Icoats Cravenetg 6 Overcoats Shoes 1 Hats and Gents Underwear At Actual Cost This gives you an opportunity to put in your Fall and Winter Supply of Clothing at a igavingJq you I Gome early as this sale isfor 10 days only and will commence 0 IFriday tomorrow November 18 R Frank WINCHESTERIYIi n jARRfSTED fOR WIFE HEATING Woman is So Severely Mistreated That SeriousResults Were Feared Husband Barricades Himself Mr James Muilins jailer arrested Slrolhor Scott colored Thursday morning for beating his wife Scott went to his home Wednes day night intoxicated and liegan beat ing his wife It was necessary rot neighbors to be called in to stop him The woman was severely beaten and physicians who were called in wert at first fearful of fatal injuries 4iotstyiooni and it was some time before they Hire able to reach him peachnat The Winchester Bakery ni72t One Distinction What was King Solomon renowned for aboveall things else asked the elderly visitor who was making a lit Ue talk to the children of the Sunday school He was related by marriage to more people than any other man that ever lived promptly spoke up the fairhaired little girl in the front row cf seats HC Needed the Job At a meeting of a state medical society the secretary read a letter from the consul of one of our faraway possessions urging the need of a resident physician in his district In the mo ment of silence that followed the reading a young man In the hall arose and said modestly I wish you would put me down for that place sirIt sounds good to mo My practise here died Jast nightSuccess Magazine Real Estate Gold Mines It will not be many decades before little truck gardens of the present to the north and cast of Now York city will be selling for a thousand dollars sixFoomtodayof the future Oh you Now York N Y Press His JumpingOff Spot After playing a number of onenight stands an actor wrote to a frienl in Chicagoand made t If request When I am on my death ineUio any one cf these towns There is no place on earth thaf F could leave with less regret v V I His Votive Offering Some half for ned idea of a vptive offering indubitably lay in the mind jof the cagey yoiingsteir troubled for longedfor makeIo o all the wcelfV 4 f A A Hands QfII2Hcy That nephew of yours is a little wild Ill admit said Uncle Jerrys neighbor trying to comfort him but hell reform as he grows older Ldav him to time and nature Time an nature snapped lfncle Jerry Its time and nature that made himburge- cheese what it sSuccess Mag- zine TaUing Carrof It Now remember Ikea that vos u soot glass eye e gigot Always take it out acid put ft In your pocket when you aint tooling at noddIngs The Taller T f Our Lesson thingthatwell off ve areAtchison to- beIUBLIGSiLt I will stJIat public outcry o- nTuesdayNov291910 at 10 a m- on the premises my farm containing 25 Acres of Blue Grass Land situated 112 miles from Winchester on the liuekcrvillc pike Alsoat tie same time and place the following im plimcnts and live stock 1 good brood mruC in foal to jack 1 8 year old driving mare for lady to drive 1 0 year old combined gelding safe for lady to drive 1 good work mare 11 years old 81 sheep 1 two horse Wagon 1 one horse trlgon 1 binder 1 mower 1 rundall harrow 1 disc plow 4 dou ble shovel plows 100 shocks of corn 100 shocks of fodder 5 stacks of clover and timothy hry mixedand other things to numerous to mention- I will also sell at public oiitcry on premises my farm situated 9 miles from Winchester on the Muddy Creek pike also at thesnh1 place a lot of corn in the shock J Terms iiinlcknowrpii day ofsale F JOHN A ERAZIAR HOWARD WATTS Auctioneer I J WONT BREAK iTHEY The New Corsets Proof Against Bending and Stooping Photo by American Press Association THE FLEXIBLE COnSET Every woman who does her own housework and every woman who suf fers from too too solid flesh knows to her regret how easily corset steels break when she binds over Here is a corset which is warranted to with stand the most strenuous exercising and hold its own unbroken The steels are made of some sort of spiral steel which rebounds with ev cry motion of the wearer They are something new and will be a comfort to womankind ns they are shapely and there is no outward appearance ofI common sense which mars so many of the hygienic garments i A Typewriter and a1 Princess Times do change Even a dozen years ago the thought of speaking of a typewriter andtt princess all in one breath would have seemed shockingly incongruous But not so now Princesses are very much up to date They would every bit as soon bang away on a typewriter as to laboriously dip a gold tipped quill into a bpttlr of ink and indite their thoughts with laborious dignity No less a personage titan Princess Mary the only daughter of the king and queen of Great Britain has re Gently learned to use a typewriter and will assist in typing some of her fathers more private correspondence The princess Intends to learn stenog raphy also and is keenly looking forward to helping her mother Sliver sets Bridge for riesIvarious widths excellent simple or 11Irs as rJiey are become attractive as well its useful Another pretty trifle that ev ery girl likes to have isa small housewife for her sewing bag A tiny fancy emery cushion a small pair of scis sors a ncedlet use and sometimes n gay bit ofwaxall mounted and join esdSo great is the fad for bridge scores alwaysaas women Most elaborate are some of the newest pads und books being bound in the gayest fashion and liar lag small reminders of the trump so luchJ1imthe cases may be used again when the original scores have been exhausted Smart School Blouse For school wear a plaid blouse is al ways good style worn with a dart skirt The material may be either sill or one of the new worsted plaids that ere as soft and silky as the latter fab ric These woolen plaids come with the name on them of the clan to which s FALL BLOUSE they belong so if one is of Scottish descent they may sport their own par ticular plaidie The blouse illustrated has a narrowj vest of navy blue taffeta with shun fated buttonholes lug small button cdlOinew ex cept that most of them who not of wash stuffs have the lung shoulder effect nod are often made in one with the bodice portion Minds All Right Eut1 IA right fur a woman to have a her own if she keeps it jo ner tbjtntynt Classified Advertisements tnsertlr2c In sertions Y2c a word for each additional in sertion lOc a word per month perinsertionNothing inserted for Jess than ten cents Nothing charged or hooks for less than 25 cents FOR RENT biore room on corner of Maple anl Broadway Immediate possession given Good stand rgS QJa For Insurance on your Tobacco 0fice In McEllowney Buillding HomsPhona 728 East Tcnn 16 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agencj KFICKT Fraternity Bldg Phone FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping Possession immediate Apply to KohJiiMv News Nice lllo3t FOR RENT Cottage on Brown shut ill modern conveniences V A Be tty News ullitic 1031tf TOR RENT7 ores good corn now in clover andready to pio at once rW money rent or gooi note Apply to II W i eton Kitnns sroccrvr 1010tf FOR RENTTwo rooms over M Cord Phillips shoe store 1027tC LOST COLT Strayed from my place on the Muddy Creek pike 11I mill front Winchester on the night o November 13tha large redcu vithdaik nose and knees Any formation as to her whcrcabout will be rewarded by calling Eas Toni phone 422 lings lllo3t TUNGSTEN tAMPS The Winchester Railway Ligl1tl Ice Company in order to encouragi the use of current have arranged will its to reduce the price of Tungstei Lamps to cost for the present 17damp 50 watt lamp Jj 10 watt lamp 2o watt lamp ili and we in order lo introduce a nun her ofuseful electrical appliances IossiIWINCHESTER ROLLER tILLS The oldest and best institution ii the county is the Winchester Rolh Mills Why not use hme flour tli best made Kerr perfection an White Pearl flour has no canal CINCINNATI TAILORING C Between Auditorium raid IJrown Proctoria Hotel French Dry Cleat lug pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone J2S Wimihcs ter Ky 11S2wks Let us hake your cakes for Burphones 342 Illo3t When you lacy colil front us you Katie no unnecessary delay in get tins it Jioysc w Boonc 11113U Minnesota Editors Scheme Cheer up my friends am hard at work on an invention that will bring you joy hopo ere lung to success fully cress a JIne grade of elastic rub her with the pumpkin pie so that can stretch our piece out to the of our ImaginationSt Paul Dispatch Contracting the The world lsgr WorldI One can go to Pelcirigfo a fortnight mAIliiQrsstation is being installed on Crusoes mysterrParJs1Edr pm rCL L r aB I Presides Cishtv- R A R 0ITCH VicePresWent Ass Ctjhler 1 Clark County- NationalanPst 1 Accounts of Kerchanls Farmers r and Traders Solicited deletions Made on 6 Points C pita and Surplus t 35000000 fFARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improved andyon good pike not more then tior 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY aiitrt PEWDLETON RUSH BUSH Attorneys at Lw- 5tk Floor McEldowney Building Winchester Ky iEcLEWISAttorney at Law fflce 5th Floor M cLtRSpecial Attention to Collections Winchester Ry i M STEVENSON Attorney at Levi iO S Vain St Winchester Ky V Ousii S Company FIREAWO TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER KY h OFFICE McELDOWKEY Phcnc 14- 5SHORTRND t Standard Phonoprspliy the short cst legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons Hie best method of teaching known T C Lary 231 S Highland street Ilome phone 737 lgx oIaDR- INK t More Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but n few more days before the penalty is added Come adavoid the rush Under the present tax law 1 am compclledto collect all J of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf Xow is the time to buy Red Starl 0coal for winter months Koyscv 4rs Boone U14JU NOTICE lllft- tlr 5On account of the death of inyNlius band W IF Young I will sell the en tire stock of goods including gen Mcralnuns etc I millC1s01eo sc tli build lug previously occupied bjf at Bccknerville MRS S EXOUNGI114112t l THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this i1isdurability and good work Will be i pleased to show the latest model 10 prospective purchasers Will sell r either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS News Office Save money by investing in Red tnr coral now noysctG Boone 1114St iWINCHESTER IDEA HUSTtE v It r ti L fi ar f i r f ti t i 1 Pale Six 1tiTHE WINCHESTERNEWS 7f 1- L J AEROPLANE AND i t AUTO ACCIDENTS 4 Did Not Happen Together But One May Have Been the Cause of the Cause t NQRFOUr Va Nov 17Fivewomen were art three probably fat flly find J A D McCurdyv the fc jftous aviator narrowly escaped sc Tiioris injury ifii an automobile and an Aeroplane aceidgnt at Raleigh N C notHappenbeen the cause of the other yrAT automobile driven by Mrs IT D Woolcott nt the fair ground race track bumped over a depression and ldd4elin to a crowd of spectators jhecar struck Mrs Mooneyham and Rnssedover her right leg breaking it internal injuries that itiay cause her death Alice Castle Uiiry a negrjess of Durham had her xiskull fractured and cannot live and 25cdav Bryant also of Durham was LShe1 rind bruised Her chances fDrlcGoverj1f are slight while Mrs Mopneyham is said to have only a fighting chance When the car leaped into the crowd vtlfat lined the track Mrs Woolcott lost control of herself and the car and fainted Her husband II D Raleigh1rolorwas heel and slut off the motor givinggrounds when the former alighted at dangerouslyhear machine careened so as to dig th parth a- Therirghttv plivne dug into the grount1i flhd McCtirdy Was bumped out e machine but was unhurt The plane vas smashed and the machine badly strained i t tIi HER TO GET DIVORCE ls Allegation of Missouri Woman Who Sues to Recover Portion of Alleged Purchase Price ST LOUIS Mo Nov 17Ina n deposition filed in the Circuit Court Wednesday by attorneys for Mrs Anna Crcuncr former wife of F Er nest Cramer once a candidate for tlHIer testified that her husband agreed to pay her 15000 10 years rgb if she would free him from the matri monial bonds so that he could wed the woman whom he married later He paid her 10000 of the amount and slip sued to recover the remain jug 3000 When Mrs Crainer refusedto sign her deposition taken before Special ommissionc1Zumbalen1attorneys for Cramer compelled herto dismiss thq suit It irs filed again Wednesday af ternoon however and the unsigned deposition was filed by Zumbalen jIn her deposition Mrs Cramer says My husband gave me money to get a divorce so he could marry a woman who lie said suited him bet ter than I did Said he was a Napoleon and that Napoleon changed Iris whenhewasnt sport enough to suit him The other woman he said al ways had wlhisky and seltzer waiting for him when he called He declared he would make himself known to the world as n gay Lothario and a Beau Brummel as soon as he was vorced Fruit cakes angel food and layer cakes of all kinds at The Winchester Bakery U172t YOUNG MEN WANTED government Pays Railway Mail YearFreeeScholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations foi railway mail clerks postoffice clerk or earlier custom house and depart mental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examinations Thousands of appointments are to be made Common school education is allyou need city and country peo pie have equal chance Start to pre pare now free information Prep scholarships this month Write im mediately to Central Schools Depart meat A 38 Rochester N Y i 7Did ReceiveSix Style PanelsOF Society Brand ClothsIf you did not your name was overlooked and we will ask you to call at the store and get a set If you re ceived them you will notice they were taken from life and they will give anyone who looks them over care p fully an inspiration to look his bestui ftJ I r tf The wolf who wore the sheeps nice clothes 1Was a welcome guestvery rit r i 4 t Not on your face but on your style e in l t r v r You stand the social testr f ItisntreallYWhatyoudo t That makes you shine so bright ft fIts more the classy clothes you wear V That help you GET IN RIGHT Vi l i The new styles in Society Brand suits are here andJ r tt ic ready for you to try on Come in We will show youi J f tr that the suits look better than the illustrations VV A Rupard Stewart Company REVOLUTION IS NIPPED IN BUD Leader Is Francisco C Madeiro Erst while Candidate For the Presidency in Opposition to Diaz MEXICO CITY Nov 17A revolutionary movement with ramifications throughout at least 12 States of the republic has just been nipped i nthe bud through the vigilance of Federal authorities The leaders are Francisco C Madeiro erstwhile can didate for the Presidency in opposi tion to General Diaz and Ricardo Flores Magon the revolutionist who served a prison sentence ta Florence Ariz some years ago in violation of the United States neutrality laws Arms and ammunitions it was said had been widely distributed and a concerted uprising on a fixed date was planned In Guadalajara many members of the revolutionary army had been enrolled and commissions as officers had been issued Secret agents of the Federal Government succeeded in several in stances in seizing papers in lhich the plans of the revolutionists were out lined Effective measures at once were taken to thwart the proposed insurrectionIt Wednesday that the highpowered trifles which were found in San Antonio were purchas ed by Hugo Griesenheck a friend of Francisco I Madero A G Garcia secret service offi cert of Mexico is in San Antonio with men watching the movement of Madero and his leaders Denunciation of reports that a body of armed Mexicans was march ing upon Rock Springs to avenge the death of Antonio Rodriguez the supposed Mexican recently burned at the stake in that town was published in the Mexican Herald Wednesday DEATH IfiU TONIGHT RIDING Opinion is Indorsement of Position of Governor Willson on Lawless ness Since He Came Into Office FRANKFORT Ky Nov tlVest Get out of Warsaw and stay out Pants and CoatB H This letter written to John L Vest of Walton Boone county by un known parties lvingin Warsaw Gal latin county caused the indictment of 0 P Morton and his wife Nora o nthe charge of banding and con federating to intimidate disturb and alarm Vest under Subsection fr of Section 1241a of the Kentucky Stat utesThis indictment having been dis missed by the BQOUC Circuit Courton the ground that the jurisdiction be longed in Grtllatin county and that the letter did not come under the statute quoted wits appealed to the Court of Appeals where the judg ment of the lower Court is reversed and furnished an occasion for Judge Carroll of the Appellate Court to deliver an opinion that will be the death knell to night riding in Kentucky While night riding is notvmentionqd in the opinion this ease furnishes the Court of Apprlsun occasion without dissent to construe the law governing confederating and banding together for the purpose of injuring and dis turbing the citizens of Kentucky ex actly as Governor Willson the arch enemy of the night rider has construed itand this opinion will be an indorsement 6f the position of Goy ernor Willson on lawlessness since he came into ofljoe The letter was embellished with the picture of a hand drawn in black ink rand pointing to till signature Coat and Panst Delicious doughnuts cinnamon rolls lady fingers macaroons andegg kisses atThe Winchester Bakery 11173t Taking No Chances PolictmanHI What are you do- Ing up that ladder Husband returning late = Hush Im only see ing if my wife is already asleep Fliegende Blaetter Love of Nature Too many however still feel only in nature that Which we share wlth the weed andihe worm they love birds as boys dothat is they love throwing stones at them or wonder It they are good to eat as the Eskimo asked of the watch or treat them ascertain devout Afreedee villagers are said to have treated n descendant of the prophet killed him in order to worship at his tomb but gradually we may hope that the love of science the notes we sound upon the strings of naturewll1 become to more and more as already it Is to many a hUjman To Keep Pearls Never use water to clean your pearls for water turns them black and of course spoils their beauty Pearls lose their luster if they are not worn To prevent their whiteness keep them in a box containing a piece of ashwood when they aid not in use Temptation One trouble with a good many peo pIe is that they cant keep from buy ing things they dont want If the sell ers are willing to throw in cheap things which they dont need Mistake Some Women Make If only women knew what men real ly think of them no woman would falsely believe that extravagance of attire added onemillionth part to her attractiveness Exchange Sand cement all building material nt Toys Bonnes ll143t November 21st Winchester Opera HOUSE StElmoThat romantic story of the Old South dramatize from Augustus J Evans famous novel- Everybody knows the story and the play pleases Specialscenery will be used making this a scenic pro duction of this favorite play First time at popular prices 25 35 and 50c Monday Nov 21 f 1910 Seats on sale at Strode Drug Store Fame Friend Hows business In this neck of the woods Uncle JakeFine I tell ye this Punkin Hollow store of mine is getting quite a national repu tation Only yesterday I see an ad vertisement In the paper Canems CodfishSold by Grocers Every where and Im one of emPuck Dizzy Heights So she ranks pretty high you say as an emotional actress Oh yes but not high enough to speak unln elllgibly Puck as Might Be a Hint A stingy angler was flahlng on a loch on a pouring wet day ently he asked the gillie If there was a dry place In the boat on which to strike a match You might try my throat said the enough WMust Advertise is more than speech If people want to speak to the millions they must advertise NEW 1 I am now ready for business Call and see my splendid uptodate line of Jewelry Cut Class and Silver ware the very latest patterns can Horology Engraving and Optics Chas A Carr thersMain Street Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY Give Us All Your Laun dry Monday and we want to Eat Tur key Co Scottish frothhis Fishing Gazettet Advertising nothing extended JEWELRY STORE that Repairiltg Tuesday Thursday- Winchesterlaundry LIVE WELL Its easy when you know whereto buy your foods at reasonable prides You can set the best coffees ties spices delicacies choice and fresh dhy products toothsome hams a dvbacon and fresh meats to suit the tastes of people Jlvbo know high err le foods when they see and test them from J WV DAWSONSuccessor to J M POWEI No 16 N Nain St