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JitIJt y 2 iP fJ1 rir I Tal j Last Edition iii 1VOLUME N029 KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 CENnrS A COPY 0CENTSd t OFFICERS SENT- TO THE SCENE Following Period of Rioting Capital V of Cadtlo Oil Field Oil City isI Quiet f La Nov 18Fol lowing a period ofrioting hi which a attempt las made to shoot up t1 c town Oil City the capitalof the Caddo oil field is quiet The situa tion was beyond control of the of ficers of the place when reenforce ments from this city reached the scene and by a determined stand checked the threatening situation The trouble began when Deputy Sher iff Taylor shot Ton Hickey an alleged blind tiger operator while Nick ey was resisting arrest A crowd gathered guns were flashed shots were fired and there was the stage setting for a bloody drama By some miracle the bullets found no mark in human flesh principally because the firing was indiscriminate- A message was sent to this city for reenforcements and a detachment of officers hurried to the scene The riot was still in progress but the stand of the officers cowed the mob The leaders were arrested and Hickey will die He will be the third oil field man killed in battle with offi cers utliin a few days EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIA nON Elects Miss Laura Clay of Lexington President Mrs Mary B Clay cf Richmond Vice President COVJNGTOX Ky Nov 151 t the closing session of time Kentucky Equal Rights Association the follow ing officers were elected Miss Laura Clay president Lex ington Mrs Mary B Clay first vie president Richmond Mrs Mary C Cramer second vice president Lex ington Mrs N S McLaughlin third vice president CovingUm Mrs Mary Roark corresponding secretary Richmond Mrs Emma Roebuck re cording secretary Mrs Isabella H Shepard treasurer Covington The impetus given the State Association b ythe visit of Dr Anna Shaw was exemplified by a resolution in troduced by Mrs John B Caslleman Louisville inviting the National convention of the American Suffrage As sociation to meet next April in Louisville the guest of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association A unani mous vote carried on a motion to this effectDr Anna Shaw accepted for the national executive hoard the cordial invitation saying she had simply im plied the desire of the national asso ciation to come to Kentucky Mid was delighted at the unanimous desire ofIthe State Association to have come COL WALTON SUES TEMH COMPANY Because of Distress of Mind Allege to Have Peen Caused By Failure to Deliver Telegram LEXINGTON Ky Nov 1SCo- v P Walton formerly editor of the Kentucky State Journrl and now as sociate editor of the Lexington Tier r aid filed suit AYednesday against thc h11esterm Union Telegraph Company for damages in the sum of 1000 be cause of djunages and distress of mind caused by the defendants fail intifir V lire to deliver a telegram Plainti says that lot was at one time editor and manager of the Kentucky State Journal which he later sold and that under the terms of the sale he rc mahied bound on the suit of one Brook pending in the Laurel Circuit Court for the sum of 25000 for bel He says that he engaged S I Bash to defend the suit and Kasb undertook and agreed to keep plaint ift herein posted as to the progress of the suit and that on the day prior to the calling of the suit for trial hash filed a telegram with the de fendaht at Corbin to be delivered this plnintiff Lexington nqtifying j him that the ease triedw oar clayiPlaiuUfT tliar es dirt the telegrani r33tr fiJ 1L i1N2I Jjt f f tx i 1sJG t yu I lC i lL k jFl 1 f 1 + fipy iI i i Nn11 rT rfrtfv t ri lt i 0 JS f J 7 TIlE WIN HESFrER NEWS5 WINCHESTER 2 I SHREVEPOllT C in after the trial he was unable to attend the trial a judgment was rendered against him di new trial was denied and the ease had to be taken to the Court of Appeals and that the costs of said appeal were 45 at torneys fees were 150none of which expenses would have been in curred the plaintiff believes if he had leeIcause of the expense incurred an 1efendantsjured in the sum of 1000 he says 1for which he prang judgment TW DEATHS 1FROMCHOLERA Arc Reported on Steamer San Gear gia Which is Detained at Quaran tine For Bacteriological Examina flans NEW YORK Nov ISWith tw deaths during the voyage from wha evidently was cholera and a step lis ofnine including several choler suspects the steamer Can Giorgi arrived here Wednesday from Naple and Palermo and wets detained ir quarantine for bacteriological exam inations in the cases of the sick pas sengcrs The bodies of the two victims on a child of 2 yeirs who died Novcm her 12 and the other its mother win died Wednesday were buried at sea the woman jut before time steame entered port Time two fatalities were reported the vessel as due to nettle ga tro en teritis but there seems to be m doubt that they were cholera victims although Health Officer Doty declin ed to make an official announcement preferring to wait the results of UK bacteriological examination He said however that the symptoms describ ed were of n suspicious character in dicative of cholera as are symploim ofsome of the sick passengers in th skip hospital All the cases were ir the steerage The San Giorgia left Naples No yem 2lcr2 cabin and 221 steerage passengers Of these las 53 from infected districts and wen held in quarantine at Naples on the steamer Marsala for five days whit OS passed through the city from the interior and were isolated in a build ing near the water They were son on hard the steamer at anchor in the open bay On November 2 the San Giorgia stopped at Palermo wherr she embarked lice cabin and 40F steerage passengers Preliminary bacteriological examt ination Wednesday confirmed nosis of cholera in the case of the child All the steerage passengers with the exception of the sick have heel transferred to Iloffmroi Island for ob scrvation The Slsiurburnc Island for treatment ONE HUNDRED FOX HUNTERS Attend Annual Meeting of Associa lion in Woods About Crab Orchard Springs CRAB KyfNov 18 one members of the National Fox Hunt ors Association arc here to pnrlici pate in the annual hunt of that organization in the woods clout this place The Lexington delegation arrived here Thursday at 1130 oclock and were in the first hunt Friday morn a meeting of the hunters licld Thursday night judges wore elected raid General Roger D Williams of Lexington was selected master of the hounds The following judges tire Jnamed Luther Nickerson Nicholast ill Farmin1nT i Thomas D Scotty Camp Nelson Ky and D D Shaw Brownsvilel Tenn The first hunt was held Friday morning when the Deep Yells woods will be gone over with the puppies wiieh will receive their initial train 4to borbycull be run Pride y dud Saturday Fortytwo dos have so fnrhcClfcntpled for tjliis run un 1Jij shrelitre four liouiid5 iuro tert of Geiieitil Roger ii 11 il liiunsioi L tollw GfN JOHNSTON DENIES RUMOR Says He Was Granted Leave of Ab Reasigned His Position LEXINGTON Ky Nov 18A1 jutant General P P Johnston Thurs day night emphatically denied the re port that he had resigned his position in FriMikfort saying that his leave ol absence just granted by Governoi Willson was temporary and was iv lueslcd that he might spend port oi the winter in Florida General Johnston returned to Lex n gton Thursday night from Frauk ort and will be lucre for some d ays From here he will go to New York lull returning to Lexington wil leave for the coast of South Carolin where his hon t is being equipped foi a voyage to Florida lie will spend portion of the winter returning t Frankfort to resume his duties in the arly spring or unto winter General Johnston said umor There is absolutely noUiing in the that I have resigned by po sition as adjutant cneral I wus granted a leave of absence that might spend part of the winter in Florida I came here early that night attend to some personal mat ers before leaving for New York December 1 where I shall spend a short time before leaving for Florida My boat is being pu till readiness for the trip and I will return tr Frankfort in the Irtc winter or early pring to resume my duties as adju tantgeneral The Governor has de nied the rumor which started ii Frankfort immediately after Iwag granted the leave of absence RIOTING HAS BEEN RENEWED More Than a Score of Strikers Mos of Them Women and Girls An Placed Under Arrest CHICAGO Ills Nov ISrRenew ed rioting in which one policcmai was shot Thursday took the place o the comparative peace which ha marked the garment workers strike More thrn a score of strikers mos of them women and girls were ar rested 11ull number of policemei were injured Thomas Flowers a private deter tire was shot while adiing the polio to disperse a crowd of Strikers a ICifth avenue and Harrison street The sink rs were said to Ue on thei way to break into the plant of thl Royal lcalrirs wlero nonunion hell is employed Flowers joined the po lice in a demand that the striken disperse Instead one of the crow c fired into the platoon of policemen The injured man was taken to a bus pit ll and Mrs Magdalina Debona striker was arrestedrmid charge with the shooting NEW YORK N Y Nov 181m- ob in sympathy with the striking taxicab ehaiiffeurs attacked a strip breaker Thursday evening maul tIt Im bottle half filled with carbolic act all policeman who WES trying to talc him home Time acid turned the officers foot and one arm hut he stud to his charge until other officers cam to his relief The mob was hundreds strong aw women urged it on Hang the seal get a rope lynch him they shoutcd The officer drew his revolver mad fin ally drove time crowd back Both and his charge were badly bruised EVERY BONE IN BODY BROKE Ralph Johnstone Daring Young Avi ator is Instantly Killed When M chine Drops 500 Feet DENVER Col Nov 18With one wing of his m chine crumbled like- Julutstotie a piece of paper Ralpli the daring young atlatorLcI1erb tl worlds altitude record dropped like a plummet from htigltta1il0 feel into the inelhsnre at Overland Pjyk Aviafioii Field Thursday and was in tartly killed AVhen the spectators reached him his body lay beneath the engine of the biplanc with the white planes thin had fouled him in his time of need wrapped about it like a shroud Nearly every bone in his body was broken Plays Game Cooly to End He had gambled with death one too often but lie played the game to tlc end fighting coolly and grimly t the last second to regain control o his broken machine Fresh from his triltiilJllsat Belmont Park where he had broken the worlds record for al tihule with a flight of 9714 feet JohnHtoneaJtempted to give the exfraIe spiral glide x hick hhs made the Wright aviators famous The spec tutors got their thrill hut it eost Johnstone his life The fatal flight was the second that Johnstone had made this afternoon In the first light when he wasinhe air with Tloxey and Brookins he had rone through his usual program of lips and glides with time machine ap parently under perfect control Then Johnslone rose n h lift and after a fear Circles of the course to gain heigh4 headed toward the foot hills Sweets Back to His Death Still ascending he swept back in r hug circle and as he reached the north end of the enclosure he started his spiral glide He was then at air al titude of about 800 feet With his phases tilted at tilt angle of almost 00 degrees 1he swooped down in a narrow circle tune aero planeseeming to turn almost in own lengthas oflesinltel1 the see ond circle the middle spur which bac es the left side of the lower piano gave way maid the wing tip fof both upper and lower plaiies foldqd up is they had been hinged r thiugoui Jonnsionc aivcmitjKiM to lie plrne by waiiiing tKrj other wiiYg tip Then the horrfll l spectators saw the plane swerve liw t wounded bird and plunge straight toward the earth- Johnstone war thrown flomhh scat as the nose of the plane swung downward Holds on to Wooden Braces He Caught on one side of the wig stays numb grasped one ot the wooden braces of upper plrne with hot hands Then wOlldngwifh hands and cct he forfeit by uuln strength it vaiii the pIa lies so that their surface might catch the air and check tits scent For a second it seemed that ie might succeed for the football liclmet he wore blew off and fell mueli more rapidly than the plane The hope was momentary however for when about 500 feet from e i round the machine turned com pletely over lull the spectators led wildly as the broken Inplane with the aviator still fighting grimly in its PlungCdlunong vrrcniiul that morbid men and women warmed over the wreck One of the broken wooden stays had gone almost through Johnstones body Before the doctors or policy could reach the scene the men had tom this splinter from his body and run away carrying the tropl1with the aviators blood till dripping from its ends The frantic crowd tore away time canvas from over his body anti fought for tin very gloves that bad protected Iii hands The machine fell on the outside o the field Ergo talc grnudskind Piiy iiciaiis declare death must have been instantaneous as Johnstoues lead neckand both legs Ivan broken the bones of his thigh being forced through the flesh and the leather garments he wore Hcxsoy t itS r rt Arch Hoxsey who itia previous 210i0 risen 0 began his fatal glide and was in the iir when the accident occurred erHIIofma chine directly over Uie bodof his friend He deseendeuras soon as h groundIand AValter Brookins helpedaft the mangled body into fin automobile which brought it to the city HEPTASOPHSMEETa Clark Conclave Tleptasophs meets Friday night in tlie Frajernity hail ing Members are requested to meet promptly at S pm Business ofjiii portcnce State Organizer L Litt Glnitnn twill le here y I1 WALlER SIIITH Secretary When a fellpft 114OWiih a girlj he can eastout of tlU- he has to do 4s fi ty her f t 4 ARRESTFO ItI POYNFERSllf Were Engaged In Big Quarrel When Neighborhoocd Summoned Police Rich Wood May Sue Rome and May Sue Dodge Jy being disorderly iii the suburbs of Poyntersville Thurs day night landed in the Mullins House where they will be seven days The three werc in a hits qiuir rel when the peaceful citizens in Hit neighborhood summoned the police stop Jailer Mullins answered the caP and brought all three in They wil PlHlIetmjl same JOB RUSSLl RfOD- COMMITS SUICIDE Had Not Been in Good Spirits Since Tragic Death of His Sister Whc Was Accidentally Shot ISJollRussellof Col R M Redd Assistant Conn ty Assessor of Fayclle died at oclock Thursday evening at the resi donee of his father at 521 West Third street the victim of his own hand Blood was flowing from his nosi and a bullet wound in the h adawl the body had the rppeararicc of having Jeen dead flit some hour Ajhen his father found him shortly be fore the siipyqr hour The discovery was made about oclock whon Colonel Redd retrt ace from his oflice and went to his son roonu to find him with blood llowmjr from his nose Ills fatter first thought was thai he was affected with a hcmorrhagc He lifted his hanil and it was cold limit she found the body still warm He rrn to telephone for a doctor 1ml not being able to reach out rni Ir St Josephs Hospital where he met Dr Emelius McKee who went with him to his home When ho saw lr body he pronounced him dead tJf said he had been dead for some litiie Time Coroner was sumnfoned immed iafclYlnd the jury rendered a ver diet of death by shooting with suinid al fYoungspirits since the tragic death of hi sister Miss vMrrgaret Redd about eighteen months ago who was aci dentally shot with his revolver A dousing Mrs Thomas Wnrren was also found dead in Chicago about t1ycafs ago SELLS RESIDENCE I Mr J W Porter sold his residence on Burns avenue Friday to his son J S Porter The house is a haul some brick which inot yet eon pic led The price is private CONVENT Of THE GOOD SHEPHERD Is Refuge of Hattie Holmes When She Was Victim of Cancer LaterI Vows Are Broken LANSING Mich Nov SJ401 23 years a wearer of fine garb of n Stepland relatives for 19 vents aiid for two years a prisoner behind time bar red gates oftbe eloislertthat is the limittida Lansing relative Thursday When 21 years of age she entered St Marys Hospital at South Bend ltd to be treated for a cancer Cot vinced that she had but a short time to live Miss Holmes adopted the fait of her benefactors and took the vol Later she recovered and entered tluj Convent of the Good Slue picrd AYith renewed health thoughts friends at home prompted lidrtitiii n letter to her relativesylin moiirji her ir dead brit the fnjssi fd sam back ujjopenitjdj and s cnnf i tiiitti i Jhonjcnt nhQnucr J 0jigjii ihaab those glace her in authority Twice she made efforts to escape but claims she was forcjbly det9iuc- nfltil friends finally secured the ser vices of an attorney and visited till nome There a formal demand was made for Miss Holmes and after nhe had signed papers absolving the con vent heads fromtIrtrgosof ion spn new to detain her against her will Sister Adriane ts she was culled in the convent threw oil her garb and passedonto into the wUlltlagain losing the faith she had Icarnojl ii love AUDITORIUM A splendid program has boon se Icetcd to appear at the Auditoriun theatre Viday and Saturday Wash ar Bros the midget comedian win has made good in all 7r Suns bit houses is on the hill The featun let is Bert Ralton and Lucile Ltoui he mirthful inusicalogist and th relly singing girl in a whirlwind o siriety of artistic comedy singing nusic dancing and chsvsiractur cnaii es An act of jneiit withan uniqu iopseotcii finish This is a splendi sill deserves ii pi eked house a act pcrfoiniance The pictures se ectcd for Friday aimzf the host matte The matinee ai ranged for the ladies lad elnldrp Saturday afternoon at 230 is one e the best yet offered by the Aiiditoriiu theatre REVENUE OFFICER HERE Mr lf P Rehorn State Ruveniu Officer was here again Fridty pre paring suits fur buck taxes lie fileY suits the first of the week for bad tans amounting to several Uiousant dollars mm JEE1S FROMCOUNT Boy Threatens to Toil Some Thing About Employer Which Would Make Pittsburg Take Notice YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Nov IS Accused of stealing hundreds of dollars worth of jewelry old fine doth ing froin C6unt Dc Bergaiiie in Pitts burg YoW Arirtlwc aged 19 for nlerlyn ftlie hurtle ship Birmingham is under rrrest here Virthue admit raiding the rooms of the Count uI 1309 Boyle street Pittsburg bur claims that the Colin owed hint moo ey and he tool just enough to square 25 due him Time Count wont dare to prose talc me said Arirthuc If he duce ill tell some things about him whic willmake ill Pittsburg sit up am take notice meets this here Count last Jtc bar on the streets of Pittsburg sail Airthue between putTof a cigaretk IIi having MI argument will Buek Crouse the jrize fightei when this swell guy comes alour swinging his cane parts us He says he is a Count and asks nu where Imn going toM him any where he wanted He asked me t come to tt orltill to his place am said he would matte ate a pge or valet something haudy ubout ill house anyway AYo gqt cliuinimr smokes his cigarettes and drink hi ginger ale with him He lets Tin wear sonic of his dollies und I have i scented haUynntllio likea King lie was n h alltight ami mime timings were pretty soft for me I lhinlcit was lat Friday that J decided either lo gel my money o dumboat Tasked him for my old he said he didnt haye it Aftei he left I lust triggeda few things his bag mid loft If I had irI to steal J Poyldhavo taken a of jewchjvlmt L only took enough tn even up IlxrcHunl fie hiVd tel trunks full of clothes but T didnt loucli emi TVgot four tints fun stieI tins aiftl some1 clothes rCount Do Bargaine came to licountry iron Fraiiccto learn the steel business MRS LEMON BURTON 1PfSIGtS AS TEACHER I HtoMrs Leiwpn IutIiHiwiaiaVleen dteftehing sit theLncktla id scJliol- I Jtt0d1 SlrtJlIl tti1J4 1 Tztttrta k j otnrl ln BIotonortiiiii1 diO r l for tesitt11tp f 1r I J i l r i i y 7 J WEATHER Fair Tonight and Saturday f ANNUAL MEtTINft 4 IN LEXINGTON Messrs J W Chambers and Stanley Nelson Will Represent Old Ken tucky Telephone Company Tie annual meeliiig of time Eastern Division of the Kentucky Independ r lent Telephnnc nntipautcmcin Lexington next Tuesday Novem r her 22nd Messrs J W Chambers r and Stanley Nelson will represent thet j 1hfw of the Mt Sterling exchanjrt t orsCENERALASSOCIATQN OF KENTUCKY APTISlS resenting rMeetingCYNTH1ANA Ky Novl 4A rge attendance and increi uchrimt tr crest Hlal ked the second day nieclr J iig of the General Association of i Kentc ytopera here The mc g CIlCtl wil f ftConkley tringW Lindrum II A Porter R Ajj Recd L W Doolan J F Grinith R V J Cannon T D Osborue RAVrjfy lor G P Comer It L Carter LeV R C1lIleT D Colemnn W Iflnincr N C Shouse Ji1 BooJlu I 111orfer Cmi Thm li OflI B tTaylor M E Dodd A C Graves J Gallon M Stalling C Vr i Klsoy J W Waldrop TT Porter W JPucketl W E Mitchell J S Wilson J WHedilUQ p bl rininlt J D Maddox M E Istiiley T EL Plemmons and J M Wallter Tiio Stale Hoard site gjverniiig body of the association v Paducah was selected as the next kthisDodd is the pastor of tilt P dueah clinrch Sjmngfiehl iud Glasgow were the other contestants for tenext meeting place t k Dr J W Porter ofVLexington wa iT selected to preach the next annual sellnon SOCIETY WELL REPRESENTED At Horse Show in Madison StitiarcT a Garden Many Cities Send Hunr e dreds of Fashionable Folk NEW YORK Nov 18 Viftpea thousand i ersons saw the Horso r r Show in Madison Square Garden tThursday The attendance swamped IT It all records of recent years and took ono leek to the season of 8j when the presence of the Duke of llitrl3F4 bOlOIlril I and his loot aii bride cu o ed a blockade on the board walk anjM set a highwater marl for attend since which newer has been matched The evening assemblage was bigglfc l jnd lIltHchrillill1t than Loft ofnho rMj daylight sessions all h igh thc ruat s titier crowd was said to be time largest t = in the history of the Horse Show Society was well represented at fYorkLmatronsDii hand JoAwUefi the jirlrillgf tlib hoises and incldenthlly to display lheir best bib nl tucker t Ufijf lri kriaV iHustonJ iBsiJtiinjtre r1II0stcountry also sent hundreds of ftglmt 1 Px iQnabfe folk to fill life boxes H flirting the prnnwltJde v rt fRev T J Porter and Mr r 1 mr Iron ilioou0s ii1 J jtlf 1cTO ClASSlfY i FtoOMS FOR RENT On F tt IfBroadAViiy Pply to Miss latf RaniSttiy Ross std fc il18Ct I h 1 11 rF l3dPpoh lfie 11fS6t a 1 ti t fr5L 47 1 a tr1 X r 2 asS 1 a r6i r 9t r Pane Two THF WfHCHPRTFR tdl wt rr1r UllufurQTIlNEWSf4 ydr J lJ r ft t i An irde endentNhws jap er i Iv i y ffl ai r The WinchesterNeWs Co q Incorporated ttt ft r i Sfice 09111 South Main Street c Fv Winchester Kentucky ttK k j ar7 r t Dally Except Sunday l y V jtrk y Entered as secondclass matter November 28 19J8 at the postoffice T gin Winchester Kentucky under the W v S Act of Mirch 3 1879 ft V S Poth Tfion Ke II a f SUBSCRIPTION RATES rkB Mail t Daily one year V300 50jt ht Month 25 tPayable in advance mISPAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGn T ADVERVISING BY THE ti iY 1tWI rGENERAL OFFICES l INEWYORK AND CHICAGO 4ii 04IpRNCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIR4L CITIES 1 J FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 i r 1 t r t 171- t GOODROADS ui f A iIlon1illiambuhurinIlteltiaGood it 4 l5f k c ixtprospbritya behe0lto the people who r lrve in tCIlC8 jjn advantage to XthOfpeoile who live in tile country r Jl GtfocLioatlsliolp every se tion9Lout vasj domain 0Gout roads like good streets tiiriJte9tabitirSitm along them tnost Jt y deSirabev atfy ealutite the value ol sfurmrlanth Jaelhate t1 iiipIitttIOIL t Nand add untoldwtmlttu tie pro i fAIt I NO I50 acres iV miles froni Vjiichesler two story game v dwellings wiUU room 2 porchos good Stable rolls 4 acres of tobac co Iecton lscti ings nrg young orchard in full r beariiigi Fejicing good Divided into dour iQtSalteU wa crid All in Bias c celifSor 10 acres Clo c A t good school Price 0000 h1IRM NCf25Snl Ves M mites from Winchester ongood pilwJIn t r a twostory frame dwelling of S t jrooms 2 haljs2 poriiu sin oodcoii diton IJari lltolds4acrc of to bacco lea liouso clcltell lioiL es t coal litHiSenfent hdlisp ct ni crib t hog houses and other out building iclsc ii r try c4 f3ehon being 1 rfule in irsl jchfslcondrtion Hag largo young orchard in full bearing Close to 7t t goodsehoglandcltftrehes and in JQSS ytlfan aVquaftcrofamilofrbm rail f Nraatlstiitilai Villillraistg6pd toI baccoA Uarsuinati i000 FARM NO3 = 90 acres mil i pikerItas f6storyIiame dwuHihg of iv Iit rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acrc of tobacco Uarj good cellarand all out bbuildings all in good condition di vided in f tracts sill well watered arid fenced About 20 lines inbul WithinaioncJml mile of school church 11 CBtofc rind postofitce rind blacksmith r ShopI Pnc j 6000 d f i FAR rNQ 4 acres 7 miles f f v from Ayinclcsjer dncnuartur mile 4f t frprii ai roa1 station lias Iwos tory fyVnlk lihlWtf 6 room new stock t Vv barn4acrc t tec birn all imecsy titfR Vcll watered t WtH Jppl wells ajid rocksdilont 4J f sJde fencinJrgood About 15 acres ic in cilltivafion balance inglana Priqe Gu0Oe v t V FAEM NO 5110 a tres 7n 1i10 Eiom AVinchcster t nator0tfrantc dwclli mitts 7 rogtrtsliao etoba- ci co gala illl iieeossarSputgases 1f i Sl lallInattt hoiiSte 1oll fencednull grwluat I1 d Pricq TfJ per acre I 1 ltjl Nt 9 3p IQr ts miles r fronV tiilii noslt l all good 1lkfood n Ch lig of r orfrnfpm ugc lt a tiitfnn l wXluvcd 131 PIlnlttfiJoblcc land J1 t 3 s I miles l J rinc1iAster liasvlwp fiveroom l1x t iweiliji mone 10 acmq tobiicco ll1BI r a phmlY tobacco land Nears n LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED eOlul1ayaigtlic advance ofctaeyjcononuVe7 time give labor a lift and make millions in money they save irerrund tear and worry and waste they btfaivtify the counhy1ningit in tAuciiwith the city they aid the sociillirtd the rdligipus and lheed utatiohol ralld tfye industrial progress t the people thcymlko better iiomes and Uappie Ihcarthsides they uf trade the lijglt orllfo1l1Ilon They menu the economical trans portation of lnirketitblcpraducts the maximum burden pit the minimum Giti they arc the ligaments that bind tits cotfntry together in thrift ami in tIt try and intelligence and patriot ism they promote social intercourse jievent intwlleetualstt nation and inir nse llio mpiincas and the l ros iMiity of our producing masses trey ioiiiiilmto to the glory of the coun- trV giye chiployinont to our idle Vorkflifcii disiributc the necessaries nt lifethe products of the field iud the forests and the factories Liic uritc energy and liusbandry in Milcatelove for our Vcemc Oiidcrs FS Fail ALE tohaecos eras Price 1i0 per acre l1ARJl NO 820 acres 3t1 miles from Vinchestoipn good pike ITa tidy Crooih thCI barn and outbuildings Price ffyJJOp I ARif NO 050 acres 7 milct from Winchester ilias twostprj frame dwelling WiUI rooms tobac co bnnrholdiiig inures all ncccssan ouibnildings odd orchard well vat ered with wells springs nUll pools Small tenant loose 15 acres in cul tivation balance ii grass price 5 000 FA1111LlJ 10300 acres 12 miles from Vinchcstor Has two 5t01 frame dLlling with r rooms ton tnt house Sacrc tobacco baniVlarg toCk barn and all li6cessary out btlildinS Oleof the best watcrec1 form in the county 75 acres ii culijvhtort balance in jrsss price 13000 iAllM NO 1127 acres 7V mil es frtfftrrWlnchcstcr Frame dwelling ivilh d rooitis ells outbuildings splen eoitlhiitc1stockaitil tobacco ban which lblIJlacijg of tobacco al kinds of fruit price 3800 FATIJI NO 12557 acres IV miles from Winchester on good pike ISIS twostory frame dwelling of t rooms 7acrc tobacco barn And al outbuildings ucU lVatCC1and fenced GOlld1HI Price 20000 IR NO i358 acres 7 mile from WincjrciyUir iris five goon lwcl i allhnecessary on tbtulftings well watered etc Price fllo per acre FRs NOJ 14ta acres 3 mile from Winchester ohgpodIpike ha burro ncvei n tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM O1502 acres 7 miles roil Winchester on good pike has twostory framet dwelling with rOoms good callai auil alf outbuild ings Jll stoak Yarn TOacrctobac io barn WeiUyjitcrcd fencing gp6ir Close io school amVciiurch Pfic 115 nor acre FARM StO 1G0acres 3Y milos rom linche lcr has twoslor frfthic flwGHuigrAVilu 7 rooms Al ontbnih1i1T sfr12acrC5jn cultivatioi bnlancd ni grQwtprioc 3500- TAHM An175tacres 5 miles IrHlIWlWh urwDiiinmlruved land Price j3750 P i FARM NO 18103 acres neat Chilpshnrgfhns 3Win tenant house goodj were 1 1 t St tJj I rl W t a 0ljI JijiitSci x rntI Hr r t HtC JH M Efd rH j L t n0 fi71iaA7l f uif 1 I t r D t f I 1 1J ff Iirl r t j ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY on Thanksgiving By the way are itharc poultry house or barn which will allow your birds to se out pr sonic night prowlert- ag get in Miy not have us send you lumber enough to mnke them secure Dont wait till your Thanks giving dinner is stolen Do it now yViiNGHESTER 10acretoI qlHr make mankind better and broad er anil greater Good roads have a money value far beyond our ordinary conception Bad roads constitute our greatest draw abk to internal development and Ma terial progress Good roads mean prosperous farmers bred roads mean abandoned farms sparsely settled country districts and congested overpopulated cities whore the poor are destined to become poorer Good roads mean more cultivated farms aiid cheaper foodproduces for the toilers in the towns bad roads menu jooi transportation Irxjk of com munication high prices for time nec essaries qf life time loss of utitbl millions of wealth and idle workmen seeking employment t Good roads will help those wh cultivate time soil and feed the mul jtitude and whatever nit stho pro ducers and the farmers of our country will increase our wealth and greatness and benefit rJl Ute people The farms are the heart ofour ua tional life and the chief source of oui material greatness Tear down ever cdiflce in our cities and labor will re mild thom but abandon the farm aIOwl cities will disappear forever Sluice the Danville Advocate got be a dily awful things hnj pen ii Boyle and ndjoining counties The a test is that two men tool two I un usually goodlooking women wliixx fld through that parts of llifiStato ii ins lut mhbilcI1 Shooting rill and len Main hogs and bthVr stock were killed Nr clue There is bout as muci insuigtnc zinmiig the Qhristians as in thjl politi cal 1k ldi JC all Hierooater that have ap peared in oui Democratic ext linmrge5 had been Ihe odes lherewould be IK shortage df chickens There is a crusade against swear ing Profanity ns we understand il is Balling on God to do things lain jomebody orsomethingi Thdro hcvci nasa more foolish hnbit A Chris ian should have enough faith to be lieve that God will damn what de tervcs hi bedamuedandone who ii not a Christian lists no right to call on God to do anything Why should time packcrs become philanthropists and reduce the price jf pleats 1 It looks like a selemmiett educe the price of liogsj having ii mind to agdn advance the price of neat lifter the liars have been bought at a lower price A hay down in Jefferson county nistook his fattier foi a rabbit and 4iadcd the oldman witl shot There may have been good reasons or hdlding three expositions in tlifs Country Philadelphia 1S7G Chicagt LSfH5 lntl Sciattlfc in 1909 but there is joTQijson why another should he heM or many years They cause people lo spend money that they can ill af ord and time returns are not commen surate with the expense Friend Perry in hid pertinent Per jgraphs says 700000 barrels of Guahaugs have been shipped from Now York and1 z3o5toti this year Now go and find out hatn Gauhaug is After reading the election returns Fi neBou rho n Farm AT UCSALE ONr WED E8DAYlNOVEliBERl3rdJ1190 3 c it 10 oclock a in will sell time Ogdeii fajmof ISSvACRES me milt soutli of Paris Kyi in two tracts or us awholc7 Alsostock C4pp tic hff9lXHAS E BUTLER IYq i- from New York we guess that 3t Guilhatig is La1 Republicans love News VK f Prett brood Sam A Gujihaugvis a smallclalifii1fd shunt lip ri ycy rejSr TCseiu JtcpuUticaiiK very well acv T pregQjitliinc CTARR1t QUI OKLvCURED BY A PLEAS ANT GERMKILLING ANTISEPTIC r TMie little Ilyomei proiiquuce it I15ghome inhaler is made of hard rubber and eau easily be carried in pocket or purse It will last a lifetime Into this inhaler ypu pour a fev drops of magical I1YOMEI This is absorbed by thc antiseptic gauze with iandnow you are ready to breathe it in over the germin fested membrane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh germs JIYOMEI is made of Austral ian eucalyptus combined with othe antiseptics and is very pleasant to breathe It is guanintecd to cure civtaiuili bronchitis sure throat croup cough and colds or money brick It cleans Hit a tufTedup head in two minutes Sold by Phillips and druggists ev erywhere Complete outfit including ndestructiblei pocket inhaler and one Lottie qf IlMQMEI 100 And remember if yon need u second hOWl it IIYOJ lf isill cost only u50 ientfc Fretriul bottle of UYOMEI from Pooths Ilyomei Co Buffalo xY REV KOBBS TO PREACH Rev J It Hobbs of Mt Sterling rill preach jOlt New Baptists here in Sundry morning and unlit MATINEE Audiloriuiii theatre Saturday af crnfilm t2 10tehtrlt lloiisu thor iHighly heated Iwo big arts und twr arms pictures Admission 10 cents 111811 f Capital SldOOOn Undivided Profits200000t T IiELr i Winchester Bank OF r WIN fESTER IiYt t f INPresidenttr W f Cashier I SOLICITS YOUR f ACCOUNTS ti Delicious cinnamn0nh ggkissesThe Winchester Bakery 111731 Want AhyiCoa l Today Every day is coal day From all over the city we receive orders for coat Perhaps this is the day you intended to iprdcr Let us tilt your wriiU forir your coal purposes QUI teams go Id every poinlih time pity and suburbs Watch for our name oii time wagons Let it be a ivmirtdivr that is the best place BEDFORD to buy coal TUTTLE BothrPhones 305 Jl CAHDNYAND PIE SALE We will gfv a ie aiidcaiidy sale LthcMnsQ c1HullliJElki i on Saturday November 10th at S pm fof the piu- ore bZ ngll organ for tlte cbt 1s a1aToesFn l p OJ TP QES mpy t t1At1PflOPERTY By Union Leader softhe Striking Shop Machinists is Alleged in Confes sion of Owens and Sweeney KANSAS CITY Mo Nov 1SAs- a result of confession made by W Go Owens and P E Sweeney railroad machinists here Thursday warrants were issued in Criminal Court far various lenders of the striking machin ists on the Missouri Pacific Railroad The confessions allege a plot of the unipn lenders of the striking shop machinists to destroy railroad prop erty V Owens and Sweeney declare they were inside nien In other words they were to goto work under aliases as nonunion flea and then accomplish destruction of the property oi the company by doping the bear hugs of engines and machinery with emery dust and steel chips This they did Sweeney and Owens say in many cities The first job Sweeney and Ow ens allege was done in Argenta last September when they placed a chisel and capsules Hilled with steel chips and emery dust in the great lathe used for turning out locomotive aunt ear wheels Each machine is valued at 30 thenacame to Kansas City They went ill work in the shop here under assumed names On November 7an engine was sent to the roundhouse for r pails The nien put emery in every oil box on the engine Te result was that when the engim mis ordered out for service it soot stopped with the driving rods ton oil as a result df the friction of the emery dust and chipped steel Sweeney mid Owens in their con fession also said that tae labor lead ers were preparing to furnish them quantities of lye which was to bt thrown into the boilers of engines This when steam was produced would be sent all through the Hues ol the boilers destroying them and prac tically ruining the boilers L F Crew a Special detective fo the company who had been watching them ever since tic doping of ma chines in the Argenta shops arrester them A search wrs made and cap Smiles containing the mixture of steel ind m ely dust were found in their pocket Judge La tshaw sentenced them ti YIX months in jail time maximum ii such cases in Missouri SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New BifoPills the true rem edy for women For banishing dull Irgged feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling colds imparting appetite and toning up system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at the Winchester Drug storeIMAKE YOUR STACK jCQVERI Heres a Suggestion That Will Do Good on Any Farm Ever try your rand at making a stack cover Xo Well heres a sug gestion that will strike tlje industrious farmer favorably and may be the means of saving him considerable money before the summer passes A heavy wire is rolled into time edge of the crimp the wire being longer than timesheetsay a foot longer al each Corner This long end Is to be used to make a loop also a cross brace for time sheet of the roof Holes are punched in the edge close under the wire stIffener A1 by4 inch wooa piece is nailed across the top sl1eol time upper end of the sheet and the underside of the lower end rime long ends of the side stiffener wires are bent around forming loop mind sta pled to the l by 4 Inch wood pieces and the sheet is ready to be placed on tIll stack a long stack or rick A straight pole or ji 2 by 4 Inch is to be placed along the ridge und by 4 inch or1 by inch along lm sjclcs hasten the rooiiiig to the ridgepole with wire und time edges of sheets are to be wired Ioseund the whole tool oWnltostack A few beu soft wires cut to length mid iIIItmdynnd a stack could be covered quicklyand safely or a half up stack covered and opened again Tie cost should not be much more than good luuiber and would surely be cheaper When convenience und last ing qualities are considered In case some roofing company does not put It on the market in knockdown form local talent could be utilized to prepare a test quality See that the side wire is strong and long and when two sheets are placed together tbey form a reasonably close joint which Ls nigh enough so that water running down the roof will not rim in at the holes punched under the stiffener side wire Use heavy soft wire to hold the seam close say one foot long for each olace v ui v Taking No Chances PolIctman Hii What are you do ing up that ladder Husband re Ityrning UterHush Iui only see iDglrmywUe is already asleep li e 91 etter y A BIT JAUNTY is how the latterday boy likes to look Head back chest out chin forward shoulderssquared t Were specialists in Boys Clothes r The latest ideas in K UNMADE t Clothes are offered only at this shop Same thing applies to Furnishings Hats and Caps We keep away from mediocre humdrum things that are too popular If its art and smart for a boy its here JQ KeyesWincI1estai Y2 ORDERS FOR TOBACCO The Clark County Board of Con trol received orders this week to ollipIllt tOn mote iHgsheads of tu bacco They will be shipped to e iugton i hi ATI NEE Audit arjuril theht Saturday af ternoon at 2HO oclock House timor ouglily heated Two big nets mid two new pictures Admission 10 cont- s11lSH RETURNS FROM LOUISVilLE ofI Tiiisdav at noon Air MiCord tisKimnontd tit Ijoiiisvilfc VdMisda ftWnoon on business Sewer pipe of all sizes at rcason ablij pricds liovso Boone 11113t ITOPREACH IN INDIANA left Friday morning for Iirdiana where he will preach Sunday MT ABBOTT CHURCH Rev J II New berry will preach at the Mt Abbott church Sunday 71iI Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have bult upa bus f uess of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business beause of the volume to hich it has already attained and time prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing with our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest well as the rich depositors 1We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomeis and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M H3CGKrrv Cashier J L BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pres 1 riirrrffl i f tsYsJl d trr i teI xi g 4 Tr 334i n r r J u THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Three i 1t MBHUNTiRrr Have you ever experienced trouble in getting drinking water while hunting Why not take a THERMOS BoTTLE t with you They keep water ice cold three days andC29 5 Main St WINCHESTER KYl Ja r s slosm fa i SOCIETY OperYa The liienibei of Virginia Hanson Indiilliopera in the near future Those who are to take part are requested to inect at the grand jury room of the Jrnight November 18118uelotk For Miss Bailey Misses the and Lula Carroll of the county charmingly enteitaiued on Tliuisday evening Snhbnor of their guest llicBailey of llarrodsburg- Ahoul twenty guosts were present rnd a pleasant social evening was enjoyedA meat course was served in a charming manner Home Mission Exchange The Methodist Home Mission SoI ciety will have an exchange the day before Thanksgiving November 23 at the opera house corner Aprons cakes candy and other good thing wilhba served An Oyster Supper The ladies of the Mt Zion Christiar cutter will give n oyster supper a the Reclcuemllesciiool house Friday afternoon and evening November f A large supply jjf delicious home wade candies will he on sale Will Move Here Mr N P Vaiwneter and family w o for several years have spent the winter in Lexington will move to this cityto reside this winter Fine Boy Mr and Mrs James Webb arc be tug rongralulftcdOM the Fri lay morning of a llVi pound boy Misses Cecil 13 and Hattie LOP Million and Messrs Cecil Thorpe am Robert Chcnaalt spent Saturday rim Sunday very pleasantly with Mrs Dr Grant in Winchester Richmond Cli maxMessrs Frank Wright andEd Terry are in Clay county on a ten days hunt Dr Cecil Parks has been on th sick list for a few days Mr and Mrs Tack Hnlsell visited friends in Lexington this week Miss Lillian Rcdmon of Ml Sterling spent Sunday with Miss Annie Woodward Mrs Taylor Crockett of Sharps burg has returned home after a visit to her sistt rirs Ratlilt on South lain street Chester Picrsall and wife of Win chester came over in their iuitomo bile Sunday and spent a few hours with Mr tend Mrs Charles lTUllan- diughninBerry Citizen Judge Benton attended the dinner i given lrhembersJof the local bar at Richmond last weekJ Alpheus Nelson who has been twoEyears reside Miss Maude xAshhurst lies returned to her home in Paris after a to weeks visit to her sister Mrs Charlie Ectoii Jr 1 Masses Alice and Elizabeth Scott attended the General Baptist Associ ation at Cynthinna Thursday Miss Alice llenslcy has returned toI the mime of her brother Mr Jamo Henslcy after spending two weeks with Mrs Clayton Strode in tare county Miss Rosa Baldwin has returned from Cincinnati Mr and Mrs J L Shawhan of Cyuthiana visited Mr and Mrs J S ifweekLfrand Mrs W Z Haggard win vcre on their way 10 Texas were victims of a railroad wreck ia Mis ibtiri Mr Hr gga Ill lufd his hand unshed and his back wrenched but s not seriously hurt Mrs Haggard Reaped without injury Miss Ottilyte Piorsall continues nits ill of hnmcliil Georgia street Mr Arthur Walts brick mason is it work in Lexington Mr W Kempcr of Cincinnati wji sere on business Thursday Mrs Ella W Haggard is visiting in Frdison county Mrs Huh Eclon has gone to In diana to make her home with her Parent llrjiI R Callus of Lexington teas here Wednesday on business Mr Lee Wheeler Baldwin has rt jSiirncd from iCincinnati u hole be ills tfkenasix weeks course at the School of Engraving continueslrquite Mrs Collie Gnitwood Mrs Kelly Hani es aril Mrs Roger Barnes of iEt Sterling attended the funeral of Mr R N Martin Mrs Ranch Bronaugh of Nicholas liutscllchas gone to Martinsville mud to re main for several weeks after which he will go to New prlcrns for the winter Mr Jee Baldwin has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs John Clclland has recovered from a recent illness Mrs W 11 Hodgkin has gnus L Columbia Ga for a two weeks visit with Mrs George Phillips Mr Jim Bohcn has mturnod from Wiimore where he has been for five weeks Miss Katherine Rash is visitini Miss Elizabeth Rash in Lexington Of Interest To Every House Keeper Saturday Nova 19th We are going to give a demon ration of Heintz Famous 57 Varieties 1 And t National Biscuit Compa IneftSeal Package and Bulk foods Samples Served j You Are Cordially Invited MacNeill Weathers t fv5BQth JljlQnes No 40 i I i fJ r CLJFTON r ROSSr 011 i rTrue Economy v The success of this store is built on quality ontheclass of trade who realize true economy is a matter ofvalues rather than prices that the buying of cheap garments cheaply oracle is false economy We never studied quality ore carefully than in our selections cf Tall Suits Skirts and Waists It is a charming assortment prices Absolutely theJowebt for theeiStrictly Reliable Furs TIIERE IS MORE TO BE CONSIDERED than price m selecting furs Quality style workmanship and refined appearance are factors that should lie critical considered before you decide In buying here you arc sure of the utmost poisible value as every piece we show is the best ofits kind and comparison will demonstrate that our prices in every instance are lower than equivalent grades can be bought anywhere else in this coun try We have now ready for inspection all the fashionable models in fur ne l pieces muffs small furs and novelties of all kinds in vogue this season Tile Selection ol Your Suit Made Easy The selection of your fall and winter suit is a problem easily solved with a stock as large and varied in design as ours We fully appreciate that it is a perplexing task to make such a selection and this knowledge as well as a desire to give our patrons a selection of the VERY HIGHEST QUALITYand range of pattern has led us to se cure a fall stockof suits exceptional beauty and quality Our suits offer the opportunity to select garments of the highest quality of the most DISTINCTIVE STYLISH EFFECTS IN FABRICS at once beautiful and serviceable Inspect Our Stock We Give S8r H Green TFadlng Stamps r CLIFTON B RiSSJj a Messrs John M Stevenson W 1Ii Ogdcn J K Allen and H G were MessengaVs to the General Bap tist Association at Cynthiana from the First Baptist church in this city n n THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE INC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November 18 aizd 19 WASHER BROS MIDGET COMEDIANS BERT LUCILS RALTON LATOUR The Mirthful Musicologist The Pretty Singing Girl In A WHIRLWIND OF VARIETY Au Act of Merit with an Unique Hot Scotch Finish 2300 test AUD1SCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT two Shows Saturday Night House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated Matinee Saturday Afternoon 230 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seats RATqfFF I Gold Seasonable Jewelry t For Men r STORIES TOLD 8Y UAr PACKERS And Retail Butchers in Regard to Prices Are Wholly at Variance Public to Blame NEW YORK Nov IS Diametri cally opposite stories were told by tie big meat packers and the retail butchers The wholesalers insisted that the cuts in their prices its an nounced Wednesday held good The men who actually sold meat to house keepers declared with one voice that there had been no reductions in the wholesale price- eManwhilcj fine cuts sold at the same high levelsas heretofore and the only reductiojifj tlujt the house wife could notice were ni the medium and cheaper grades of meat while pork on which tlfc largest price cuts had been made according to the Backers and onrwuch they had prc dicted fiittjier reductions actually went up As against an alleged re uluction of 2VJ oqnfs at wholesale there was in 1nift Bhops an increase of from 2 to 1lcnts in the retail price And the public was blamed for this There had been Such an iii crersc in demand consequent upon the newspaper announcement of cheaper pork butchers said that they could not get Jnough pork to supply their customers except at higher pre es than were given 1packerst published schedules Time retailers dcclrrcd that there was a laige element of fiction in N QrIStyl Gold Cuff Links Tic Clasps Lockets Tbbs Lapel Chains Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan GlininSj Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Balciyylri ef Sign of ig Wath r 4 SJJtln SP j SY j r r 1 rrr published schedules of wholesale meate prices that their supfdiescost IHeirt as much as at any time in the pnst year and that the packers were trying tie fool the public To this the packers replied that they lid1 really eat their prices and reI to customers Dont judge the picture by the frame around it ALL yei STOMACH TROUBLE VAWISS Indigestion Gas Heartburn and Dy spepsia Go and You Will Feel Fine in Five Minutes Every year regularly more than a milliou stoVnach sufferers in the Unit ed Slates Ensrland and Canada take Papes Dinpepsin a1i1realize not on ly immediate hut lasting relief This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overconv a sour gassy or ontoforder stom ach five minutes afterwards If your meals dont fit comfortably or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomach or if yon have hearthurn that is a sign of Indigestion Get from your FhaTinacist a 50 ccnt case of Papes Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can There will he no sour risings no belching of Aindigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heart burn fullness or heavy feeling in the headstomachaches Dizziness or Intestinal grip ing This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous oilors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for ontof orderstomachs because it takes hold of your food and digests it jiist the sumo its if yonr stomach wasnt there Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery is w Jyourb nt iuiy drugstore t These 3a ger if1cptfgi3cslponSjiiii mote Hum mllll r JhP1 ol1g hly eP1tIorder II SEASONABLE GOODS I to eat just now t 1 Cod FISh J7 r i Macherelf Kraut Morning II BeansDiieclFruit Schenks Famous Hams 17 12c ii Picnic Hams15c i f AT j Parrish Bradleysl t MRSIUN DECKNER- mm mmJirf liarniingy Entertains in Afternoon Thursday and is Hostess For Coupes Club at Night Iris Lyeicn Bcckner charmingly mtei tinned at Fortytwo at her relly home on Tlickman street on rhursday afternoon The decora tions were in asparagus plumosa and potted plants while a rich color scheme in reel prevailed Mrs Bcokncr who wore a hand some gray dress with coral velvet trimmings and coral ornaments was el1tcertninillgbyBright Moore The punch howls were tied with graceful red ribbon bows and the zloty front red candles gave a bcau liful effect to the scene The grime were phlyed at twelve =mall tables after which a delicious meat course consisting of cutlet to mato sauce sandwiches cheese balls baked pineapple with marslimallows beaten biscuits and punch withmints was served Tn the evening Mrs Bcckner calls hostess for the Couples Club and the occasion was one of the prettiest in Uc history of the club tMrs Henry Jones Irs J K Glu bbs Mrs II IT Hall and Miss Iiiight Moore assisted the hostcssiit entertaining and marked17 the progres ions In addition to l delicious menu similar to that served in tlie aftern- oOn coffee and apples stuffed with mincemeat were seri ed with whipped cream v Mrs Ucckner has an enviable rep utation as a Irostess which she maintained in the highest degree on these occasions Mr mill Mrs George Taylor Miss Norma Taylor Mrs Bruce Taylor of Nicholasville Mrs George Denman of Atlanta Gr and Mrs James Daniel of Lexington motored from Nicholasville mutt spent Wednesday with Mis Featheringill iLLiNERYATCOST Everything in the line at cost for next 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin lllSSt Delicious cream apple peach raison and mince pies freshcvcry day atIThe Winchester Bakery t fl172t = He Generally Does A narrowminded man may wear a wide hat IIPiW The Most h RemarkableThing I t STACY ADAMS SHOES is the combiiiatibn of softness adth durability that gives such solid comfort from the first the firmness that retains the original style always Your partictf lar style in your exact size is here and 1readyfor you to try on 1 550 and 600 McCORDPHILIIS C ppreourt H pas J + + WMQilEK KY J It f ii i tiL Jr 1i i I k ruF t f ar Yj P HhFQur uP f THE WINCHESTER NEWS r pt y 0 Ucant go anywhere nowadays in a t sricialfuncion way without needing and feeling the need of dress clothes even men who have resisted the idea in the past and who have felt that they could do without a swallow tail are coming to it If you do here are Hart Schaffner Marx dress clothes for you the best of their kind correct to the smallest detail of style perfect in quality we guarantee a fit Dress Suits 35 to 60 Business Suits 20 tcr30 Overcoats 18 to 30 Bloomfields Specials 10 1250 and 15 VIC BLOOMFIELD 9 CO This store is the home of Hart Schaffner S Marx Clothes 1 WANTED AT The Bridge Junk Shop HIDES AND FURS J W Hisle wants all the Hides and Furs in the commmnity He is so situated that he is able to pay more than any other dealer in the city Bring in your Furs and Hides and the cash sTHE BRIDGE JUNK SHOP J W HISLE Prop u Citizens National Bank j Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 551 000 I HUSiNESSr4 j We will give yon courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to al business entrusted tous J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter AssV Cashier f HOMEMADE CANDY r cnandIe tigsdy on sale at Beans uewstaud j aiid StrodealDuistpre 1ti20t Audiioriuni MATLNEETthea4eJ Saturday of lelll lln1I 2 1f PJUIllitiise thqU- UgIII la at J1WI big ads and luo new pielures Alniis ion 10 cent- s11181t No 995 REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the CLARK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Winchester in the State of Ken tucky at the Close of Business November 10 1910 Resources 81Oeldraftsunsecured 2229403 U S Bonds to secure circulation 20000000 U S bonds to secure U S deposits 100000 Banking house furhit ure and Fixtures 1500000 Due from National Banks not reserve gents 802578 Due from State and private banks and bank ers trust companies and Savings Banks I 1474 Due from approved re serve 91ZCi125711NoteBanks 1428900 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 58908 Lawful money reserve in hank viz Specie 2405685 tcnSel 150000 2555583 Redemption fundwith U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circula tiourTotal 102301498 Liabilities Capital Stock paid in 20000000 Surplus fund 10000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes pnid 8402620 National Bank notes outstanding 20000000 Due to other National Banks 1141963 Duo to State and private banks and bank ers 1262340 Individual deposits subject to check 24713219 Time certificates of deposit 791014 Tinted States deposits 100000 Notes and bills 1edis counted 15593357 Reserved for taxes 356979 Total1f028f61498State of Kentucky County of Clark I B F Curtis Cashier of the abnveuai led bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief B F CURTIS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of N6vemher 1910 J M HODGKINNotary My commission expires January 14 1912 Correct Attest SAM K HODGKIN S D GOFF R P TAYLORDirectors TO PREACH SUNDAY Rev L II Reynolds of Bourbon county will preach at Forest Grove Christian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock FOR SALE PRIVATELY Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three gilts J C McClure rto R No5 Winchester Ky 1114tf SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFE The very grave seemed to yawn bo fore Robert Madsne of West Burlington Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous curative power of Electric Bitters For af ter eight months of frightful suffering from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidney trou 50clatmillineryRosa Baldwin 11188t Where U Went A little boy who was taken to the seaside for the first time happened to arrive shah the tide was at the Rill Oh getting up the next morning and looking for the sea now far out he jriedV WKyi tnot1 erWs alt gone 4 ijfe slakl i JURORS SUMMONED r Tin list o iltjt and grand jurors for the UoceiriheV teim of tie Mark Circuit Court Iveir given to the Sher iff1 FridaY morning und they started Hmmediately summoning them So far few suits liaye been filed for the Decemllee term alit as usual it promises to be a very quiet term A weeping reduction in millinery Everything at ctsst for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin 1118St Might Be a Hint A stingy angler Was fishing on a Scottish loch on a pouring wet day He had been consoling himself from his flask and forgetting his guile Presently 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 tne gillie Its dry enough Fishing Gfttzette Mistake Some Women Make If only women knew what men realty think of them no woman would falsely believe that extravagance of attire added one millianth part to her attractiveness Exchange nTailing Cnre of It remember Ikey that vos a1uNow eye youve got Always take it out and put It in your pocket when you aint looking at noddings The TatterN- OT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friendS hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption l might not be alive now writes D IV Sanders of IIar rodsburg Ky but for years they saw every atteinptto cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the coughand I am how in better health than I have had for years This wqiT derful life saver is an unrivaled rem edy for coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup hemorrhages whooping coughor weak lungs oOc 100I Trial bottle free Guaranteed by the Winchester Drug Co Public Sale I will o- nTuesdayNov2210 at 10 oclock a in at my place on Ruekerville pike 1 mile from Winchester sellat public auction all my fanning impjeingfits household and kitchen futlnti Fa ml the following stock etc 3 mileh clhUll 2 heifer cal yes 12 extriancd yearling steers yearlingb gOllworkshoats weight llQ pounds 1 two horse wagon lied aiid frame 1 mowing machine lliay rake 1 tobacco setter 1 good buggy 1 runabout lot of plows 1 tooth harrow 1 hay tick 40 or 50 fjhocks of fodder lot of pure white Leghorn chickens pure bred both singlc and rose comb 1 good roller top desk new Terms indcknpwn on day of sale 1HOWARD Its No Joke Approaching baldness is a serious matter Woodburys Treatment works wonders FREE SAMPLES TO Ail Are you satisfied to see your hair become thinnerand more straggly every day Dont you know thai dry faded hair is dying hair Dont you know that constant dandruff fairly strangles the hair causing it to come out by the handful Conditions like these must b1 overcome or you will soon be a regular start crow v Con you blcmthintf You can easily avoid this dreadful condi tionfornowWoodburysCombinationTrentmeat longer necessary to visit the Institute lust think what this means to you NOW right in your home you cAn use the treatment that is backed up by nearly half a centurys experience at the famous Woodbury Institute- Woodburys Combination Treatment makes grow when all other preparations faiL It cures dandruff and overcomes all other disorders of and scalp Send a two cent stampto The Woodbury Co 47 mJ1eIJerjiilirpsrJrjiig Store Distributor 5 Cot Winch6slter jlvy November 21stI Winchester Opera HOUSE StElmo I That romantic story of the Old South dramatized from Augustus J Evans famous novel- Everybody knows the story and the play pleases Special scenery will be used productionplay First time at popular price 25 35- Monday 50c Novand 1910 Scats on sale at Strode Drug Store Potato chips 5 cents a package or 25 cents a pound at The Winchester Bakery ii173t MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 17 WHEAT Traders arc discussing the fact that leading Ln Salle street interests dig not join in the selling yesterday or the break fo any great extent and did buy some wheat around botton prices This wiil make short seller timid today no doubt Considering the sharj setback yesterday and tic probability that hull leaders will tak advantage of the foreign news a far swell in the price will dot be surpris ing this morning It may be well t go with the news and trade on these strong turns but keep an eye out for the permanent turning point for i hear market in case the Argentini crop estimates are not materially re ducelCORNTradcrs are not likely tt get overbearish until they see more new corn and better puality comic to this market Much of the new corn on the tables yesterday was o inferior shillbping sections indicate that mrny farmers are inclined to cork off thci poor corn and crib that which is mos likely to keep well If wheat u strong corn will hardly show mucl weakness OATS There was some persistcm yesImove to market more freely PROVISIONS Gelt says 2100 hogs time customer paying about a much for the hogs product as wliei hogs were at 10V and 11 cents Oi last Saturday a representative ofMh market was charging 22 cents fo sfalt pork This could be cut in half and still at 11 cents per pound am making the pork about 20 a barrel it looks high compared with Novem ber prices CHICAGO Nov 17Cattle Re ccipts 6000 steady beeves 400a 740 Texas steers 4 0530 western steers 410610 stocken and feeders 330560 cows aiu heifers 220620 calves 1000 1050 Hogs Receipts 20000 steady at 710755 Sheep Re ceipts 15000 weak nrtivc 2255 405 western 250410 yearlings 400525 lambs native 425o 615 j western 450610 Fruit cakes angel food and bye caries of all kinds at The Winchester Bakery ll172t WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get won derful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles25c at the Win chester Drug Company Not In Haste A clergyman in tho north of Scot land very homely in his address chose for his text a passage in the Psalms 1 said in my haste all men theministerbyit 4n your haste David did ye Gin ye had been here ye micht Tia said If at your leisure my man- Classified Advertisements Ic a word for a singk mserticr 2c a word for three consecutive In sections Ac a word for each additional sertion lOc a 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 anti Broadway Immediate possession given Good stand N D TORE For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office In McEIdowncy Builldlng Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Sire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency FFlCECFr ternitT Bldg Phonn r FOR SALE Pure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Penn phone 332171mo FOR RENTCottage on Browne Court all modern conveniences W A Beatty News office 1031tf FOR RENT75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to IIT Ecton at Ectons grocery K10tf LOST COWStrayed from my place on the Muddy Creek pike 114 miles from Winchester on the night of November 13th a large red cow with dark nose and knees Any in fqrmation as to her whereabouts will be rewarded by calling East Teen phone 422 rings1117tf TUNGSTENLAMPSThe ce Company in order to encourage he use of current have arranged with us to reduce the price of Tungsten Ramps to cost for the present 1OJlOOwatt lamp 90 l0 watt lamp 70 15 watt lamp 60 ind we in order to introduce a num icr of useful electrical appliances re selling them at the lowest possi ilc margin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in he county is the Winchester Rollei ourthtIICINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel French Dry Clean ng pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone 528 Winchester Ky llS2wks SATURDAY ONLY Twwuy pounds of granulated sugar for 100 six pounds Arbuckles cof fee 101for cash Jr Dawson 16 N Main street 1117ltl When you buy coal from us you have no unnecessary delay in getting it Royse Boone 1118tf The Alpenzug After five years Interlakeri has re vived its Alpenzug a curious and pretty spring festival It is the procession of the cattle with their herds men from the low lying meadows wipterhave their summer quarters Alp is used here in the local Swiss sense as meaning a high mountain meadow ot a mountain peak- Condimental Douglas Je rrOld orfce went to a par ty at which a Mr Pepper had as sembled all his frlQPdR and on en tering the room said to sfshc tUMy dear Jlr Pepper how jjlad you must bp to see all your friends mustered 0 IDBBAMrTONl CuhUr R 0 Aut Cuhiei Clark County National Bank Established 1865 IAccounts of Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited Collection Made onJAll Points C pital and Surplus 35000000 IFARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improvtdnimd on good pike not more than or 7 ifSTOIPEWDLETOH BUSH IAttorneYI at Uw Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law fflce 5th Floor MoEidowney Buildi in Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J it STEVENSON Attorney at ai- D S lain St Winchester Ky V W Bush 6 Company- FIRE ANT TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE KcELDOWNEY Phone 14- 5SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught hy a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 DRINK kiIaAfore Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come anti ivoid the rush Under time present tax law I am compelled collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf Now is thc time to buy Red Star coal for winter months Royse Boone 11143t NOTICE On account of the death of my hus band W II Young I will sell the enItire stock of goods including a era line of groceries dry goods no tibris etc I will also lease the build ins previously occupied by him at Beelcncrville MRS S E YOUNG 11112f THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good work Will bo pleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sell cither for cashor monthly payments 1C Q ROBBINS News officersave money by investing in Red Star coal now Royse Bound ll14=31 WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE