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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 i r ti Last Editionttr t VOLUME NO 31 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 21 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK is- t COUNT TOLSTOI PASSES AWAY l r Russias Greatest Writer Dies in Peace in Rude Wooden Building at Astapova- 21lJ Il day morning Dr Makovcetsky and other attending physicians and I Countess Tolstoi were at his side vhen the end came It was recognized long before this that his case was hopeless and at 5 oclock Sunday beenLsummoned and other members of the had gathered in adjoining the physicians issued the fol 1family bulletin has been sharp detonation activity of the heart Condi tion is dangerous At 3 oclock a in Dr Burkcnheim with tears in his eyes left the bed doctorstthe correspondents as to the outcome Countess Tolstoi and other members of the family were admitted to the c sick room while the patient was up parently sleeping They then retired to their special car Announcing that the activity of the ihekrt had almost ceased and that extremelyfwere greatly overcome by the approaching death of Russias great J writer Tolstoiaccompanied only by Dr Makovetsky left his home at Yas nays Poliana for the purpose of end ing his days in solitude to which he more and more inclined during his later years His pilgrimage led him tb the Monastery at Sliamardine in the Province of Kaluga where he re mained as the guest of his sister Maria who is a nun in the cloister Learning that his retreat had been discovered he insisted upon proceed ing on his journey to spend his last days close to the Tolstoian Coloncy on the shores of the Black Sear but during the railroad journey he was overcome with exhaustion end the cold and Dr Makovetsky was co polled to have him transferred to the flag station at where he was mafaeaVcbmfortrtble as was tos sible innfrc rntfe AvboTcri buinirigrj ENTIRE POffi FORCE ON DUTY Americans Report the Arrest of More kThan a Hundred Persons Suspect t ed of Entertaining Revolutionary Sentiment EL PASO Tcxhs Nov 21Amer- icans arriving here from Chihuahua LAfmdco report that the police there have arrested more than a luiirflrc persons suspected of entertaining revolutionary sentiments The jails 4 ofthe city are said to be fullof in communicado prisoners At the time i the Americans left time entire police force had been on duty 72 hours Following instructions from Mexico City five police officials went through the town of Juarez Mexico and pur chased all the gun cartridges which could be foundtDIAZ DENOUNCES ANARCHISTS A message 1President Diaz ofI Mexico branding thedisturbers in country as anarchists and predicting severe punishment reached here Sat nrday bya tourist in response to a message asking for President Diazs personal assurance fo rthe safety 1 of travelers The message was dal ed Friday and says Regarding your cablegram of Fri day Although it is of no real 5m portance against the peace of the Republic a group of what may uo con sidered anarchists halve occupied themselves with nets tthat are at prcS ent being judged b ythicourts winch will vigorously punish the instigator They are at present in the hands of sthe authorities who intend to pros ecute them with the utmost severity the law allows PUEBLOIl MEXICO CITY Now 31 =Esti- mates of the number 1illedin the fight between soldiers and police on one iside anel reyolutioriists on ythe f v 1 t r n f THE WINCHESTER NEWS other at Pueblo continued Saturday to be placed at 100 to 170 Dispatch es from that city stated that more than 100 hud been slain in the conflict Auqilles Certain whose lions was the scene of the fight was killed by soldiers while arrest in refugeCerlain t the officers as soon as they found his hiding place- According to late advices from Pueblo there was no fear of fertile trouble as the troops were in Con trolof the situation It was said large number of factory employe wore blill talking in a revolutionary vein but that there was no flange of another serious outbreak The fighting was confined to the vi cinity of the Ccrlain house where a large number of revolutionists had uprisingwhere a large number of sties hat been concealed HUNTER HAS NARROW fSCAPf Thoroughbred Mare Ridden By Ower Tyler of Louisville Breaks Leg ai High Fence- STANFORD Ky Nov 21Al accident which luckily did not resul seriously to the rider occurred a the second days run of the Nationa Fox Hunters Association which holding the seventh meeting at Oral Tyler of Louisville was riding a handsome thoroughbred mar which came a cropper at a particu larly high fence and broke a leg Sin was so badly injured that she wil have to be killed Mr Tyler wss thrown to the groum when his mount went down but feE lightly and was not injured He muff Mr and Mrs William Hurlbnrt o Cincinnati were riding close to tin pack when the accident occurred They returned to the hotel The second heat of puppy derby saw some fine work ltythe hounds Thirtyfour started Saturday and of these the judges disqualified ninci leaving twentyfive to finish the third and last heat which will be run Wed nesday tilibe ihunting was toward the MtJT3rnon country Saturday arc htaPem linen seven in tfic morning te one in me lilternooii Two nice1 fox cs were up without result however both making their holes in safety f big crowd was out to witness the sport which was exceptionally good The weather being fine and bracing and every condition just right tc please the heart of the most exacting fox hunter TAKES CHARGE OFBUSINESS Mr C A Hosey Arrives Monday From Huntington W Va to Ar sume Management of Drug Store Mr Charles A Mosey proprietor ol the BrownProctoria pharmacy will arrive Monday from Huntington W a to take charge of his business Mr Ilosejy was detained at home on account of illness in his family His family will come here in about a month fUND STANTO- NC1RCUITCOURTr Judge J M Benton Hon B A Cruncher and Hon C F LefiTor That Place Monday hlorningt N4 0-Thci November term of the Judgersides Judge Benton Hon B A Crutcher Commonwealths Attorney rand Attorney C F Spencer left for that place Monday morning to attend the court MT STERLING COURT Monday was court day at Mt Sterling A largenumber of Clarks farmers leftocrtbcO o loch G 0 train lb attend v t GOOEJ PROSPECTS FOR FREDiTON Signs Contract and Sends it to Pre ident Murphy Who Believes He Ha ound Man He Needs Fred Toney the great pitcher de veloped by the Winchester Club antI Leo Angemeicr who has caught fo- Frankfort since the formation of the Blue Grass League and who were drafted by the Chicago Nationals at the close of the 1510 season haw signed their contracts and forwarded them to President Murphy President Burphy believes he has found in Toiicy just what he need to strengthen his pitching staff ii order to win another pennant in 1011 Ever since Toney established a record for a no hit game when pia ng Lexington in the season of 1909 ie has been watched closely by own rs of the major leagues and his name Yom the day he accomplished the eat has frequently appear d in papers all over the country As non as his contract was received by President Murphy he was so pleased that it was immediately given to the pressToney held out for awhile on ac 2onnt of the amount offered him This amount was not stated however but it is presumed that the owner o the Chicago club must have increased his offer and Temcy accepted Fol lowing is an item that appeared in the Chicago American You recall that some time ago Pre dent Charles Webb Murphy of the Cubs was seeking a certain pitcher This man was Mr Murphys ideal of a twirler justtthe itIiiiii he said who would be o the ihdst help to the team next year He had to bea righthander He had to be big and powerful He had to possess speed and many curves He had to many of the quali ties that distinguish Ed Walsh JncV Coombs Walter Johnson and othei twiijters of their kind To find a man combining these talents made a pretty big job for M Murphy But he had a hunch that hed be able to do it Sees Good Man in Fred Toney Yesterday one of the Cub con tracts was mailed into Mr Murphys Loflice It was signed and the name wasPrclToney Now Ilhntget excited This does nt mean that the Cub chief has discovered his ideal It docsn mean that Fred Toncy has the ability of Ed Walsh Walter Johnson or Jacl Coombs that hes the greatest right hander in the world and that hes going to set the league on fire next yearNever having seen Mr Toney workout President Murphy doesnt know whether hes the man or nbt But tin indications arc mighty good Th advance dope on Toney is so much ii his favor that Mr Murphy isnt surf but what he is the man after all Of course the best she can do is If wait and sec- StamUng in his stocking feet Mi Toney is more than six feet high To be exact he is six feet ant four inches in height And he is built in proportion Scouts say hes just about the big gest man in the Blue Grass League from the Winchester club of which ht hair Andthat goes physically mu in consideration of his achievements Youngster is Strong Whatever else Toney is he if strong They say that there isnt an work that can tire him out and o course that means he couldnt very well get weary of a simple little tasl like pitching in a game of baseball And a big strong righthander if just what the Cubs have been aftei for such a long time They have been wanting a man wll could be depended on to pitch winning baseball every other day if necessary A mien who like Ed Walsh cool d aurbring his l the crucial moment a man who coal d carry the heavy burden of the pitching work throughout the season ami repinena man the Cube m be most blessed aniong basebaV teams For he will be in 1911 wha King Cole was during the season jut passed and with King Cole and son other young giant going along in good Cubshapeto win next years pennant as would be for the St Louis Americans to finish in last place is Only Twenty ITotcold is Toncy somebody eked President Murphy c twenty years was the reply f IBut thats not against him Oth have joined the Cubs when they were younger than twenty tall f they are low among the Strongest players And besides if Toney lias certain defects due to lackof 3x periencc there will be plenty of time to develop him ToneyslYCEUM COURSE- r At THE COLLEGE Second Number Will Come Friday Batdtis Will Give Character Sketches From Dickens 11hc second number of the Lyceum course which is being given at the college will come next Friday evening Yat 8 oqlock in the college auditorium Mr William Sterling Battis the only great interpreter of Dickens twill sire his celebrated Life Portrayals from Chas Dickens In this entertainment Mr 1IIiaa1 opperqehlSidney famous of the great Dick ens family walk before the audience as living people clad in the costume of their time- Following are the comments of some eountrfto performance Mr Battis is an extraordinary im personator Rue chose familiar char acters from Dickens dressed them according to the wood cuts so much admired in the earlier editions and acted them to perfection The re markable part of his performance was that he madeup in full view btmiutfmade not only in costume but in voice and action Mr Battis is lever an experienced impersonator anci a trained actor Louisville Courier JournalA persons saw and heard Battis the Dickens man und many fine things arc said in appreciation of the characters hoportrayed Mi Stevens who knows Dickens about a well as any one says he wrs amply repaid for his Chautauqua sensor ticket by the Battis performance Daily World Hiawatha Kan Out of the mysterious past Charles Dickens suddenly walked out on to the platform of the tabernacle last night talked a moment with a large audience and vanished as suddenly as he came It was William Ster ling Battis in Life Portrayals giv ing his characters from Dickens Eis entertainment was unique and enjoy ible and held the close attention of the large audience throughout Daily Republic Ottawa Kan Single to this lecture will be 35 cents Scats reserved if tickets are secured in advance All season tickets are good for this per formance COLLIDES WITH TELEPHONE POLE Mr Clay Thompson and Other Occu pants of Car Narrowly Escape From Serious Injury Clay Thompson the young son of Mr and Mrs IT C Thompson nar rowly escaped sermons injury about jclock Saturday artcmoen tvlicu hia automobile collided with a telephone pole on the Boonesboro pike Young Thompson was returning from Richmond where he had been tl uet the machine which had broker down in that city several days before thce farm of Mr J II Lisle at a rapid speed He met a buggy and in steer ing to the side lost control and too close to the edge ofthc road ellI machine skidded and ran into a tcl ephohe pole The occupants of the machine were thrown out but escaped with only a few slight scratches and bruises The machine was almost demolished HUNTING TRIP IN WOLFE Messrs Charles Quisenberry the day clerk at the BrownProctoria Ho- ten and Squire E B Dooley left llo day morning for Wolfe county where they will be gone several days on a hunting expedition A tart actress sweb et creature MEETING I 1SUHOObBOARDhL Thanksgiving Falls on Regular Time of Meeting and Session Will Be Held Monday Night Mr J N Hisle chairman of the school board issued a call Monday morning for the regular monthly meet ing to be held on Monday night November 21st The regular monthly meeting is on Thursday night This year the regular meeting night will be on Thanksgiving und as a number of the members will probably be absent from the city on this night he deemed it best to meet on Monday night BALL PLAYER EXONERATED White Right Half Back of Cardinal and Blue Football team is Cleared of Charges DANVILLE Ky Nov 21At a meeting of the Central University Faculty Athletic Committee held Sat urday afternoon at 4 oclock White right half back on the Cardinaland Blue football team was completely e operated of the charges of being r professional player recently brought against him The local committee met Saturday afternoon following a meeting of tic athletic association held in Lexing ton on Friday afternoon at whirl the charges were discussed and the matter of standing in the class room left to the local college authorities White and Wingo will therefore be seen in the Thanksgiving game with State University and White will oc cupy his old place at right half back Professor Tlirockmorton of the lo cal committee and a member of the associations committee which met in Lexington said Saturday that he thought the Georgetown authorities who first preferred the charge against White did not force the mat- teL at the investigation held in Lex ington as did Prof A M Miller of State University Professor Tlirockmorton saW The Georgetown people were the first to bring the charges against While but at the meeting in Lexing ton Professor Miller took complete charge of the investigation INFANT CHilD LAID 10 REST FiyerMonthsOld Daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Hopper is Buried in Winchester Cemetery The burial of Pearl Thomas Hoppei the fivemonths old child of Mr and Mrs Sam Hopper on Buckner street which died Sunday afternoon of blood poisoning took place in the cemetery at 130 Monday afternoon Services were conducted at the graveJ MTSTERLINGI NEWS ITEMS Miss Helen ORear is Guest of Honor For Charming Reception by Mes dames Coleman and Hoffman MT STERLING Ky Nov 21 Mrs Robert Logan Coleman and Mrs Albert Hoffman entertained in wn elaborate manner at Mrs Hoffman residence in honor of Miss Helen ORear of Frankfort who will be a bride in the spring The home was decorated with holly and yellow chry santhemums and besides the hostesses in the receiving line were Miss ORem Miss Lucy IIogeman of New York and Miss Margaret Bullock of servednchocolate and nutfingers while Mrs Robert G1 Stoner and Miss Harriett Appersoii served the coffee and sandwiches The ices were New Orleans bisques anti the cakes Here deep I rated with brides roses 1vV r r Mr A B Setters has sold his livery and feed business on Bank street to Messrs Ira Sumpter and Jesse Morgan and they have taken possession The new proprietors are hus tlers and will make a firm Mr Setters has not decided as to what business he will engage in but has an excellent offer to go to Virginia to engage in the handling of mules James S Bogie Sr delivered to C C McDonald SO big cattle averaging 1453 pounds for 7 cents per pound These cattle were contracted for the first of August and were an extra good lot Anderson Cand J S Bogie Jr sold to A Sid Hurt Robert and Colonel Gatewood 2000 barrels of corn in the field at 3 per barre straight The purchasers are big handlers of export cattle und will feed the corn during the winter Charles Stafford has sold to Nelson H Trimble the Climax Mill property old grounds adjacent on East Iligl street for 0000 will bt iven at once Mr Stafford traded r mountain farm for the mill property some time ago from James Kennedy ind made about 7000 on the deal QUIET WEEK IN CLERKS OFFICE Only Three Deeds Are Recorded and All Other Business Was Very Quiet The past week was the quietest in the County Clerks office for yearsI Only three deeds were recorded and other business was as quiet Following were the deeds recorded J N Talbott to Lou E Robinson house and lot on North paint street 173 J W Poynter to Geo If Jones lot on North Burns avenue for 325 L II Bush to J S lied lot in Stu arts Addition for 825 Will CONVENE IN UXINGTON One Hundred and Fifty Members of Eastern District of Kentucky Tele phone Association to Meet LEXINGTON Ky Nov 21One hundred and fifty members of the Eastern District of the Kentucky Independent Telephone Association wil convene in Lexington Tuesday morn ing in convention preparatory to th State conference to be held in Louis ville early in December The delegates will convene at oclock Tuesday morning at the Leland Hotel and will be addressed ii the morning by Mr George Shanklil of the Fayette Home Company o1 this city and Mr E N Coleman president of the Louisville Independ ent Telephone Company Adjournment will be taken abbiif noon for luncheon and in the afternoon sessions will be resumed at i oclock Prof J C Kelsey will reac1 a paper before the meeting as wil Mr J G Mitchell The subject of Mr Mitchells paper will be Equipment Time members will attend the per formance at the Hippodrome Theatre Tuesday night Messrs Jr Chambers and Stan ley Nelson will represent the Old Telephone Company of and Mr Ben Buckner wil the Mt Sterling exchange BOY WHEN COAL COVERS HIM DANVILLE Ky Nov 21Thom as Gentry the 12yearold son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Gentry of this city had a narrow escape from death Sat ur lay afternoon when 200 bushels of coal crushed him in the cellar He hud gone into the cellar of leis home to get a bucketful of coal and loosening a large lump an avalanche of about 200 bushels covered him He lay under the coal for about thirty minutes and when his screams were finally heard by workmen and he was rescued He was in a semiconscious condition He will recover RESTING WELL Mrs C C Robbins who underwent a slight surgical operation at he home on Highland street Monday morningis now on the road to re covery j fl V ivt WEATHER FaTonight and Tuesday Colder Tonight MONDAY resisting exactly Newcomer characters admissions COUNTY Winchester formidable Possession Kentucky Winchester represent INJURED 1SH11M CORN EXHIBIT Will Be Held at State University in Lexington During the Week of January 36L- EXINGTON Ky Nov 21 Tha KentuckyCornheld at the College of Agriculture at State University during the week of January 3G 1911 The same week will be known as Farmers Week at the Colege of Agriculture and at the same time the Corn Growers Asso ciation the Kentucky Swine Breed ers the Kentucky Sheep Breeders the Kentucky Beef Cattle Associa tions the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club and the Kentucky Horse Breed ers Association will also hold meet ingsThe main feature of the week will be the corn show which will last week but the other meetings will be of great importance and the conl fw1l1ber of farmers and persons interested in farming that has qver before been gathered in the history of the State The Corn Show The com show will be in session every day during the week and bad weather conditions will not be allowed to interfere with any of the program as all of the work will becarried on either in the agriculture building or in some of the buildings on the uni versity campus or the Experiment Station Farm Lectures will be given each day from 8 to 9 oclock in the morning in the agriculture build ing Special lectures will be given by corn experts from Kentucky and oti er large cron growing States and lcsr sons in judging corn for seed mill feeding will be given at tile Expcri ment Station Farm First Annual Show This will be the Kentucky Corn Growers Associations first annual corn show but arrangements have been made ot hold the annual show at about this tmcccry years Far mers Week will be observed at the College of Agriculture emery year ana it is not unlikely that during the week the State Cprn Growers will alsobol their corn slow tlic qat the sswul01 time INOTICEtrr Ii 1 JOlttlt 1 i All members of Winchester Camp W 0 Yarc requested to meet in their lodge room Friday evening at oclock to attend an oyster supper SUNDAY CLOSING LAW ENFORCED MADISONVILLE Ky 21iFollowing orders from Mayor D 11j Gatlin Chief of Police Graddy has served notice on proprietors of stores livery stables drug stores and men engaged in other forms of business that they must sell nothing on Sunday r Mayor Gatlin states that he intends to enforce the Sunday closing law as provided for by both Kentucky statutes amid a city ordinanceI Drug stprcs however will be al lowed to sell medicine Mummy citizens aio protesting against the enforcement of the Sun day cloisng law here but the city will have its first test of the blue laws next Sunday Chief of Police Graddy says he will arrest all persons caught violht ing the Sunday closing law and City Judge Wilson is ready to enforce thu law to the limit The action of Mayor Gatlin has been caused by several soft drink es tablishments in this city who have a reputation of the kind that the Mayor characterizes as very tough As hie could make no discrimination he has orderedall business men to observe the Sunday closing law v BUFFET LUNCHEON rrsS D Goff charmingly enter t tMrscThomas M Hampton with a delight ful buffet luncheon TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LOST Gold rimless spectacles Fri day afternoon on Maple College Burns or Fairfax streets Return to Robbins News office ll213t 1iryears of age Apply at once fo manager S H Kress Corapany 212tI t 1- eTwo 7 a jt t THE WINCHESTER MEW q rIflE WINCHESTER NEWS tAn Independent Newspaper IPublished by I News Co xi Incorporated Ii i tfflce 209111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky F it1 Daily Except Sunday J Entered as secondclass matter Jti November 28 1908 at the postoffice r in Winchester Kentucky under the j Act of March 3 1879u- ZotbPhones o II- SUBSCRiPTION k RATES K By Mail Daily one year 300 M Six Months 150 ft One Month 25 s Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch One time any edition 8 25 tl Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 L One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 210 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type7e C Puro reading news heading 15e Three continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate ClassifiedPer Wordy One insertion any edition le W Three insertions continuously 2e Each three additional rnsertrons12c One ealelidar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 words r No item charged on books fort less than 25 canto THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORElGlt ADVERTISING BY THE iiGENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ftBRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES it Ia MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1910 SO SAY WE ALL J Comparing the Thanksgiving proc lamations of President Taft and Gov ernor Vills on the odds are largely i Jffi rVdfJlf11tr tof1ffii1tuckys ex x Jiirttfrm eciitive is saiu without the ii arbelections or to results thereof Thi paragraph fro mthe govcmors pros laniation is worthy of especial note + Let3ateuspray that He will bring it to pass that every soul shall have an i equal chance before the law and that richiin the true spirit of the old Kentuc U ky home Let us welcome every use ul worker who comes to us to live Let us do all in our power to keep lard and hold the love friendship confi xdencc good will and fidelity ofall who are with us now So say we allandsay it with sincerity While all men have not the same standing before the law t alien is the vital principle of the constitution of Kentucky violated and caserwithoutin other cases and the administra ilion of justice would be nothing but a farce with tragic features through i out And there is a wealth of wisdom aiid of tender affection aud of me- mCniesthat will be revived by the words Wliiat this commonwealth shall grow ici oldiKentucky home That goes to the J ra heart and there will be none with ftin the boundaries of Old Kentucky 1wlio will not feel a quickening of the ii heart and impulses of the soul when theold Kentucky home is mentioned gaSo let us all unite jon Kentuckys Thanksgiving Day in thanks to the Almighty for his manifold blessings i14and cspeciliHyxiti invoking his con tinned blessing on the old Kentucky home in the mcautimenot forgetting iiithe homes wherein the means for notabundi OUR TROUBLES The late Dr Wash Miller once said you1fare getting along say firstrate I P youisa Yntrouble if itrbe a friend he Arlll forget it if it is an enem ymyfllbe glad of it LUMBERilMANUFACtURlNG C o INCORPORATED DoctOl1said statement is due our patrons for short comings Early in the fall Mi W A Beatty the editor and manager of this paper had his arm broken He was in a hos pital for some time He returned home but did not recover the use of his arm and suffered great pain Over two weeks ago he returned to the hospital where it was found nec essary to rebreak the arm and wire the bones together lIe is still in the hospitalA of our local reporter Mr John Harding has been afflicted with infantile paralysis for several months The wife of our bookkeeper Mr Carl Robbins has been ill for sev eral weeks and oil Monday a surgical operation was performed The father of our linotype operator Mr Harry Fitch is dangerously ill at Lexington which has to some ex tent interferred with his service And today Miss Goldie Perry who takes the responsibility of doing al most everything in the office is ill as we believe from overwork and anxiety We make these statements not to parade our troubles for all ofour readers have enough of their own without being burdened with ours Our only purpose is to Itt out readers know why we are not coming up to the standard that they have a right to expect At Preachersville in Lincoln coun ty Menefee Elinore baptized his wife three times An investigation show ed that both weer of unsound mint on religion In Cincinnati a man and his wife had a quarrel over where they would goi they had money to travel p3t4 JThcrc is no Hooey in readnj this If monfey is what you want you part save some by reading what our adver tisers have to say There are two classes in this coun try that arc always wrong One that thinks we have the best governed country in the world The other that thinks every tiling is going to the bad We dont like the word haycTV read in the papers that we will have to pay twentyfive cents per pound for Thanksgiving turkey We dont have to have Thanksgiving tur key and having made up our mind not to have it we will not have it Our poor defenseless country is iow going to hear an awful lot from that noisy old Missouri rooster Champ Clark Champ thinks he hae fought something and has already preempted the top railof the fence Cincinnati Post Look outs The next time Champ- se you he will cut your throat from ear tear Capital JlOOiOOO Undivided Profits 9200000 r rTHE i Winchester Bank OF fiWINCHETSTER KY 1N HL WITHERSOON President SW R SPH1 Rf Cashiers UR ACCOUNYSf t1 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS t ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY on Thanksgiving By the way are there any places on your poultry house or barn which will allow youi birds to get out or some night prowlei to get in 1 Why not have us send tyouake them secure Dont wait till your Thanks xi et giving dinneri = tglq n Do i n V WINCHESTER ITH BIG PISTOL A new paper has come to our desk The Big Pistol It is published al Campton Wolfe county Kentucky Benjamin ell and Emin Elam are the editors The Pistol shoot loud and strong We publish the following shotsThe intentions of The Big Pistol will be to slaythe devil of frauds shams and luunbugery with bullets oi fire and brimstone To make the sinners ashamed ol their wickedness To frail and flay fools flirt fo1 rnd iliukeys deader than doornails and flatter than fritters To hound and hammer the hyenr of hypocrisy wherever and wheuevei it howls and hops To pray and preach for purity ii the pulpit md Jhe politics of tin landThe paper is small four pages o three columns each The price i twentyfive cents per year SJOMACII DISTRESS AND DYSPEPSIA fit Heartburn Gas and indigestion Van ish and Your Stomach Feels Fine in Five Minutes As there is often some one in your family who suffers an attack of Indi gestion 0r sonic form of Stomacl trouble why dont you keep sonu Diapepsin in the house handy This harmless blessing will digest anything you can eat without the Tightest discomfort and overcome i sour gassy Stomach five minutes afterTell your pharmacist to let yoi rend the formula plainly printedOf these 50cent cases of Papcs Dia pepsin then you will readily see win it makes Indigestion Sour Stomach Jeartburn and other distress go it five minutes arid relieves at onc such miseries as Belching of Ga5 Eructations of sour undigested food NJausca Headaches ss Con s end other Stomach disor leIs Some folks have tried so long t find relief from Indigestion arid Dy spepsia or an outoforder stomach with the common everyday cure advertised that they have about made up their minds that they have something else wnfng or believe theirs i a case of Nervousness Gastritis Catarrh of the Stomach or Cancer This no doubt is a serious mis take Your real trouble is what yoi eat does not digest instead it fer ments and sours turns to acid Gin and Stomach poison which plih in the digestive tract and intestine and besides poison the breath wit nansoous odors A hearty appetite with thorough digestion and without the slightest discomfort or misery of the Stomach is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Papes Diapepsin MILLINERY AT COST Ever thing in the line at cost foi next 30 nays Miss Rosa Baldwin 11lSSt AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful scjia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont de lay Christmas will be here before you realize it 11193 wkseod SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFE The very ware seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsne of West Bur lington Iowa when after sc ell ihrIgave up was shown the marvelous curative power of Electric Bitters For after eight months of frightful suffer ing from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help fromothm remedies or doctors five bottles o this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed forStomach Liver or Kidney trou bles and never disappoints Only 50 at the Winchester drug store A sweeping reduction in millinery Everything at cost for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin ll188t Sand cement allbuilding materials at Royse Boones 11143t 4 HOG CHOLERA SERUM I Government Demonstrates Its Value 15 Test at South Omaha A successful demonstration of the value of the new government serum for preventing hog cholera has just 011thepast brimorder that Sts glue uSight be brought more strikingly before the people of Nebraska a demonstration was arranged for at the Union stockyards at South Qmafia in cooperation with the Union Stockyards company OmahaThe ckyards company purchased thirty pigs weighing from forty to sixty pounds each from a farm which had been free from hog cholera for several years7 These pigs were brought to the stockyards and on July 23 1910 four of them were injected with blood from hogs sick of hog cholera These inoculated pigs were placed in a pen by themselves and within five days they had become sick at which time eighteen of the remaining pigs were each given one dose of the serum while the other eight pigs were not treated In any way The eighteen serum treated pigs and the eight untreated pigs were then placed in the same pen with the four pigs which had been made sick by inoculation The four pigs which were first given hog cholera all died and the eight untreated pigs all contracted the dis ease from them The eighteen pigsi which were given serum and which were confined in the same pen with the four original sick pigs and with the sick untreated pigs remained perfectly well and were finally turned over to the officials of the stockyards com pany upon tile completion of the experiment Sept 17 1910 The experiment was witnessed by representatives of the Nebraska agricultural experiment station and of the Nebraska Swine Breeders association as well as by representatives of agri cultural papers published in Nebraska The department of agriculture does not distribute this serum to farmers but endeavoring to bring the value of this method to the attention of the stock raising interests in order that they may arrange to secure state funds for the manufacture and distribution of the serum The government authorities consider that this new serum treatment if properly applied will result In the saving of millions of dollars gk3 s S x V Preparing For Winter O 6 It is a good time now to get ox ready for next years corn crop x 6 Saving good seed is laying the ox first stone in the wall of sue x 5 cess x Take the best4earsnot nec X O essarily the largest although y x those are to be desired if they X are perfect A nice trim well O X shaped ear with rows all as X straight as a knitting needle and A tipped out nicely will fill the X 9 bill g Still another fall job is to bus tie up the new buildings we 6 have under way or fix up the old 1 x ones the best we can for wIn X O ter We can always do this better o x and get more comfort out of V O it if we are not crowded by X winds and the thought V winter is right at our heels coldIx See to it also that the and young stock are A be in good trim for the long V weather just ahead They will v X grow faster now on the same A V amount of feed than they will V later after the cold begins to X A pinch pretty hard Then flesh 9 6 and bone cost quite a good deal v more ooocd Thymol and Stomach Worms In Sheep Some time ago Joseph E Wing suggested thymol a drug that is used extensively and successfully in treating human subjects for hookworm as a possible remedy for stomach worms in sheep writes N S Mayo in the Breed ers Gazette The same thought had occprred to me and preparations had been made to test It but a satisfac tory opportunity did not occur until recentlyThe i s of a lamb were examined and eggs of the stomach worm found I The lamb was glven2a purge of salts followed by the thymol in gelatin capsules Following the thyinql another purge of salts was given Doses of nine to fifteen grains were given but thyJmolgiven a dose of gasoline that caused many stomach worms to be expelled in the feces From this limited trial it does not appear to be a satisfactory treatment for stomach worms in lambs Charcoal For Cows Do not oppose the cows appetites knows what it takes to make a hIngbran and corn give oats and corn If shelJrBred of fodderBy aI groans try a little clover hay A mixture of salt two plums and ashes due part jstiouldj be put in the saltfugbox at least once richfdeal of charcoal and cannot do their best without it eRoots For Cattle Raw cabbage makes an excellent y1fedand turnips will However be found good for both horses and cattle if fed raw They are named here in order of their valuet i u i WINCHESTERS LEADUSO DRY GOODS ti- TOlaxryVryGoodsCo I CJ I f Pi J I ftt Wkaf tp be Sure ifqu yfibc Stylishly ypl ectlyal1d Becomingly Attired JrJft For Thanksgiving n tnext W u day I iIlg I FINE FARM FOR SALE Two hundred acres with good lions and barn three miles westuf Win chester on the L E iailrgifl Fifty acres tobacco laud Apply TClr Stuart llll2t HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN at Earps studio for Xnias presents li193vkscod FOR SALE Seven Berkshire boars ready service and three gilts J C McClure R R No 5 Winchester Ky 1114tfI He Generally Does A narrowminded manmay wear wide bat- SOUSEJr romantic story of the Old South dramatized from Augustus Evans famous knows the story I and the play pleases t Specialseenery will be used making this a scenic pro uctibn of this favorite play First time at popular prices ov21 Seats on sale at Drug Store 9 or any other timc4ont fail to come here audselect your apparel OUR SPECIAL FACTORY PURCHASE AT TO j4 DISCOUNT FROM REGULAR PRICES ARRIVED IN JUST THE OPPORTUNE TIME These are fresh from the makers needlethe best styles and the newest fabrics that the advanced season has produced The workmanship is that of such highclass as LaVogue L H Co Americas Largest Cloak Factory and Printzess makesf The assortment is now larger and more at the beginning of the season m Make an engagement with yourself to select your garments here and now m A u Every Suit and Cloakiirilour Store included 1 ij J at these discount prices NEW WINTER SUITS OUR REGULAR Si5QOd Suits 3000cc 4000 Suits 2750 3500 Suits 2500n 3000 Suits 2250cc 2500 Suits S 750cc 650 Suits S 10 Annual Thanksgiving Sale of Superior Quality Linen Ends 6 p m 1 Store1os1 All Da TliankS W Curry Dry Goeds Co iSIulLI1i PRIVATELY for aw ai November 21st- WincWer Opera St Elmo That J novel- Everybody 2535nd5OcM- onday Str1910odes 00i t Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 + Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have hilt up a bussiness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established 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 a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our AigateJOHN M HOCGKIN Cashier Jk L BROWN pres LB COCKRELL V Pros it W rk Wonders for Large Figures roveswelldevelopedfigures Reduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by straps or attachments of any kind will reduce the hips and abdomen from one to five t ipcfees J Prle 30O upwards to 1000 b IDika1t r ll Errywh ret t WENiGARTEN EROS Maker 34ftStxtBrol tnY New York r I f 1 1i r i f it 4rtri ii 4 s late Three7 d 7c JlI i4EWIKCHESTENEWS 7 1 t p r i CLIFTON BOSS- I We will offer Seventfle Sample Suits which lormerlysold for 25r 3 j to SlO beginning Monday November 21 3 at 15OO to 2 5 0 0 Just What Youve Been Looking Forr u How to make a petticoat ofperfect fit and style with out a lot of work Ask to see L The Gilbert Flounce iin f u silk and heatherbloom See our broadcloths and 7 silks in id Plaids Persians and Solid Colors 4 s 1 We Give s H Green Trading Stams GLI JP TON L3IIiOSS r h tie SOCIETYl r Mectinq of D A R The D A K will meet Friday af ternoon at 230 oclock with Mrs R A Scobce Every member is invitee to be present 4 Pie and Candy Sale The pieami candy sale given at tin Masonic Hall at Elkin for the onrpose of buying an organ for the church was quite a success The1 highest price given foir sin gli pie was 200 which was paid by Mr Stanley McGuire of led Houso for a pie prepared by Miss Jfattic Lislcd i IBirthday Dinner of Indian Fields in honor of his birthday withtut elaborate five course dinner at his home at Indian Fields The guests were Dr D II McKinley YoR Patterson Steve Davis James Fishback and Lee Bush The table was beautifully deco ratedan immense cluster of chry santhemums forming a handsome centerpiece The menu was delight fully prepared and perfectly served and consistedof all the seasons sub s tnn tin Is and varieties of delicious cjtiifthe5 j HOLDUPe YOUR eJ Thaiiksglvlflg Orders Until You See Our em1X 5 t t AND OUR f Thanksgivi W Pdows tC l Full of SuggtiOns + FOR YOUR MENU i i U Phone 40DontWorry 1 I U MacNeill Weathersry r ti0 t ItBothtPhrn iaN0 to Mr and Mrs J F Davis of New Orleans is visiting Mrs R T Bat sbriMr and Mrs Homer MacNcill have returned from their bridal trip to Washington D C Mr and Mrs J Ross Miller of Shreveport La arc visiting Mr and Mrs Taller Bean Thev residence property of Mr Christy Bush on South Main street has been leased by Rev and Mrs George Shepherd and family Mr and Mrs C J Scott arc mov ill from the Ruckerville pike to this cityThe little daughter of Mr and Mrs Taylor Elton is quite sick Miss Laura Eg ton is improving Mrs John Burke oif Lexington has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs S P Kerr Mr and Mrs George Darnaby of Lexington parents of Miss Ida Dar DatiIville to spend the winter Mr Carlisle Watson will leave Mon day night for Fairburn Ga to accept a position with the Southern Bell Telephone Company r n I = IIEI tSeasonable To the Ladies of Winchester who desire thEfb st quality of gloves we take pleasure m offering c Perrin Kid Gloves which are fitted and guaranteed to give satisfaction J For health and comfort during the winter months we have a fine line ofILighlWeight Comforts in beautiful colors and a splendid display of Blankets We are selling these at attractive prices and it will pay the thrifty housewife to i JJf cHJi i fjI 1Fl Give Us A Call i Miss Carrie Belle McPherson will go to Clay City Wednesday for a two weeks visit with Miss Grace Shemfcssell Mr M D Koysc has gone to More head for a two weeks hunting trip Mrs J R Morgan of Kokomo nd left Sunday night for her home after a pleasant visit to Rev and Mrs J II MacNeill and family Mrs Roger Barnes is visiting in Versailles Misses Kate and Virginia Sullivan have returned to their home in1 Versailles Mr C B Finncll went to Lexington Monday morning on business Mrs Henry Ware has returned from a visit to her moth et jn Mt Sterling lissrauinn Judy has returnee to It Sterling Llewllyn Sharp Jt has returnee to his home in Lexington after a visit to Mr J W Porter and family Mrs William Vandcrpool of Rich mond will arrive Monday to spend a week with her mother Mrs Henry Ware The children of Mr and MistD New or AutumnI Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains Key Rings Guard Chains Xorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fohs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets BaldNin BrosSign 9fBigWath 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY r Citizens National Bank I Paid Capital41QDOQCj Surplus 551000 flWE SOLICIT rYOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and tend promptly and carefully ti 3M business entrusted tons P1J rd A 01 t Cashier SSl t v T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier Pendlcton who have been ill of la grippe are recoveringV Mr and Mrs Chester PierSall inol ored to Lexington to vii friends SundayMrs W E Singleton has from a visit to her mother i rChllllc11 mine county IIlls George Clark and children and have arrived from Paintsvillc to visit relatives here Mr Arthur Owen had liis hand hurt at Scobees mill last week Mrs E H Doyle and SOl of Lexington visited here Sunday IrT Stanley Talbott who has been attending school in Louisville has discontinued his studies and ac cepted a very responsible position with 5lie Bradstreet system oT that sity Mrs E W Haggard returned Svt urdu fiom a visit in Madisoa cuun ity- Miss Mabel Robbins of Paris visited Mr and Mrs C C Robbins Sat iuxlay night Miss Hattie Lisle is visiting Miss Milo Wells at Red House Miss Edna Ramsey continues quite sick at her home on Jefferson street Miss May Sellers of Mt Sterling sneiit from Friday until Mouliy with ilisrf Lottie Young TRY THIS TWO MINUTE CURE FOR COLD IN HEAD OR CHEST It is Curing Thousands Daily and Saves Time and Money Get n bowl three quarters full of boiling water and a towel Pour into the water teaspoonful of HYOilEI pronotmced Higlio uie Put your head over the bowl and cover both head and bowl with towel Breathe the vapor that arises for two minutes and presto your head is as clear as a bell and the tightness in the chest is gone Nothing like it to break up a heavy cold cure sore throat or drive away a cough Its a pleasant cure Youll feel a4 once its soothing healing and beneficialeffects as it passes over the inflamed and irritated ntfenraJie 50 tits a bottle at druggists ever where Ask Phillips for exfcr i bottl Hyomei Inhalent ron Furnish The Girl We Will Furnish The Ring ISLilllil11e for a few more popular midweek weddings before the interests of Christmas crowd out all others Get in line See what we have that will help trH BOWEN JewelerOptician and 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KY Rev J H Newberry and family will move in a few days to the farm he purchased from C J Scott on the Ruckerville pike in a few days Miss KatheHn Bob has recovered from an attackof tonsilitis- AUDITORIUM Two splendid comedy acts will ap pear on the bill at the Auditorium theatre Monday and Tuesday night in Edie Kane ti natural comedian who is presenting a Dutch comedy act and Ed J Morris A Natural Irishman assisted by Ida Carney Daly in a refined comedy singing talking and dancing act Both of these acts com es highly recommended by Mr Sun Two new pictures added to those two acts will make a houraof entertainment FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Edwin L Averitt of Louisville is here and will conduct tho music at the First Baptist church Monday evening Revtl W Porter of Lexington will arrive in the afternoon to have charge of the meeting Everybody invited c OT ehanksgv n9 1Tane Will not be complete without a bouqaet of CHRYSANTHEMUMS r Tlfe have them in aU sizes The small the inediiim the large the geofgeous fl youFrhaveever seen i 1 i t POOLE PURLLANT Florists t PHONE Sftf On The Belumrcexiif G Piker r k hi ri v Ii f =Pane Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS I FARMS FOR SALE FARM NO I50 acres 7Y2 miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with 0 rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres ofjft6bac co Ice house and all other outbuildings larva young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into four lots all well watered All in grass except 8 or 10 acres Close to good school Price 0000 FARM NO 2 58Vres Cy2 miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of tobacco Ice house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib 4 hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being 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 ofa mile from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390acres Gy2 miles from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tobacco barn good cellar and all out buildings all in good condition di vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in cultivation balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postoflice and blacksmith Shop Price 6000 FARM NO 497 acres 7 miles from Winchester one quarter mile from railroad station has 2story frame dwelling rooms new stock bin 2 tobacco barns that holds 10- aeresallnecessary outbuildings well watered with pool well and creek all outside fencing good 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 9000 FARlINO5110 acres 7 miles Wiflchester to story frame dwelhngYlth t rooms 6 acre tobac VaJn A necessary outnolis3 andwiiilr1 FARM NO G105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 701 8 rooms All nec essary outbuildings 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7345 acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn inUlrpass rice per acre slfgImll1VlxiJ1 nej Grbom dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO 950 acres 7 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobac co barn holding 6 acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cul tivation balance hi grass price 5 000 FARM l J10300 acres 12 mil es from Winchester Has twostory frame tentant e stock barn and all necessary out buildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 7i2 mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres Ilk miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of 8 looms 7acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings yell watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358acres 7 miles from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and all Give Us All Your Laun dry and as we want to Eat j Co necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres Similes Croin Winchester on good pike hay 4room tenant house new 10acre to bacco barn neverfailing water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NU 1592 acres 72 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling with 9 rooms good cellar and all outbuild ings good stock barn 10acretobac co barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1670 acres 3M miles from Winchester has twostor frame dwelling with 7 rooms Al outbuildings 12 acres in cultivatioi balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO l758 acres 5 mile from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 18103 acres nea Chilesburg has 3room tenant housi well fenced and watered All goo landon good pike Price 105 pi acreFARM NO 1985acres 214 mil from Winchester on good pike tv Has twostory frame dwelling will 6 rooms stock barn 10acre tobac co barn all outhouses well fenccc and watered Price 200 per acre FARM NO 209S acres 4 mile from Winchester on good piwe twt story frame dwelling with 7 rooms 2 barns all necessary outbuildings 4room tenant house fencing good well watered Price 150 per acre FARM NO 2140 acres 24 miles from Winchester and on good pike has small dwelling and 5acre tobac co barn well watered with creeks There is not 40 acres of better laud in one boundary in Clark county would make an excellent truck girder farm having railroad station at out corner of the farm Price 7000 FARM NO 22120 acres 9 mile from Winchester has 2story bricl residence of 9 rooms good stool barn13acre tobacco barn outbuild ings of every description all in goof condition 30 acres in cultivation balance in grass well watered bv Stoner creek Fine tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 23100acres 41mil es from Winchester on pike Good 2 story frame dwelling 8acre tobaccc barn good stock barn and all outbuildings Price 125 per acre FARM NO 2445acres 4mile from Winchester Has on it 5rooir dwelling 5acre tobacco barn al necessary outbuildings Joins rail road station close to school anc church Good young orchard Wei watered Price 4500iFARM NO 25227 acres qa pike 12 miles from Winchester Gjnilct from Mt Sterling 5room dwelling small tenant house 10acre tobaccc barn A Nb 1 new stock barn wet wateredand nearly all in grass Price 85 per acre FARM NO 2G416 acres 10 miles from Winchester on pike 7rooir dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 tobaccr barns that hold 15 acres all neces sary outbuildings good orchard wcl watered 135 acres bottom land Price 60 per acre FARM NO 2714 acres on good pike 6 miles from Winchester 6 room dwelling and all outbuildings Well watered and fenced Tins on il a good blacksmith shop Price 2 850 FARM NO 282712 acres 6 miles from Winchester on good pike 2 Story frame dwelling of 7 rooms stock barn all outbuildings Closr to good school churches store black smith shop Well watered Price 3500 FARM NO 2963 acres 71miles from Winchester 4room dwelling 4acre tobacco barn all outbuildings Close to school and churches Price 6300FARM NO 30143 acres 9 mil es from Winchester 6room frame dwelling 2 barns all necessary out buildings good orchard plenty limber well watered Price 5000 WE HAVE MANY MORE FARMS OF ALL SIZES AND PRICES WE ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Tracy Stokely Office in McEIdowney Bldg Both Phones Monday Tuesday Turkey Thursday Winchester Laundry rJWomansWorld A Noted Beauty Called the Princess of the Golden Locks Men of many nations have pronounced the Princess Henry of Pless the most beautiful woman they have ever seen She inherited her charms from her mother Mrs CornwallisWest who was regarded a famous English beauty when in her prime less than a generation ago The Princess Henry is a pronounced blond of medium height slender and graceful with gray eyes and a perfect complexion In 1891 at the age of seventeen she married Prince Hans Heinrich of Pless The wedding caused a great deal of talk PRINCESS HENni OF PLESS AND HEB SONS because she was simply Miss West a commoner Busybodies immediately started to look up Miss Wests family tree and it was found that she was a direct descendant of King Henry III of England She is nicknamed the princess with the golden locks is very fond of yachting hunting and sport in general and the German noblewomen hold up their hands in horror when she rides to hounds and shoots pheas ants in the royal park at Fursten stein Prince Henry Is of the Sile sian nobility and at his fathers death inherited a fortune of 20000000 The atcst craze of smart English society is tattooing and Princess Henry of Pless is said to be skillful with the needle Where Matrimony Scores Dr Jacques Bertillon the eminent French physician and an acknowl edged authority announces the conclusion that matrimony is the greatest aid to longevity He says if men and women would reach a good old age they must marry This be says is established by statistics gleaned from all over the world A married man or woman has he says thrice the chance of a good long run as a bhch elor or a spinster In further illustra tion of his contention that the wedded life is best for men he shows that the mortality among widowers is greater than the average among married men So be recommends them to look out for a new partner that is at any rate If they are under sixty This is his advice to young men Marry You will do well even from a selfish standpoint But watch carefully over your wifes health as even from this egotistical point of view her loss will be a terrible misfortune for your life depends in a great measure on her own Dr Bertillon finds that the mortality among widows is much greatenthan among married women of ttje same age The death rate of widows from twenty to twentyfive years of age he says is twice that of married women of the same age But the doctor very gallantly finds that women have less need for men than men have for women Men are less careful of their habits and are unable to live so near the ideal life when deprived either by design or circumstance of the watchful care of a wife When we live under the rule of matrimony we gain When people leave this influence they suffer he concludes New Grab Bag A new grab bag plan that is being tried this year with great acclaim on the part of youthful patrons of bazaars is called the old lady with 100 lady is a huge figure which may be constructed over a large bar rel by way of saving time dressed in a hoopskirt or a wide countrified gown and bonnet arid carrying a big cotton umbrella j In her dress are hidden away 100 pockets In each of which a little five or ten cent gift is tucked away On the outside of each pocket is pinned a number or this may be chalked there The child paying his dime or nickel specifies what pocket he wishes the contents of and this is immedi ately given him Some one must be at hand of course to receive the money paid to the old lady and to deliver up the contents of her numerous pockets The Asparagus Cure The latest is the asparagus cure taken In Switzerland The natives find it profitable as is the case with most cures But then anything for an excuse to go to Switzerland William Sterling Battis THE DICKENS MAN In LIFE PORTRAYALS Thirteen well known characters of Chas Dickens imJpnpersonadin cp u fi Kentucky pi H WesleyanCollege Friday Evening November 25 Admission 35 Cents WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get won derful help from Buckleus 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 piles 25cfht the Win chester Drug Company f t j ya 1t4 The Alpenzug After five years Interlaken has revived its Alpenzug a curious and pretty spring festival It is the procession of the cattle with their herds men from the low lying meadows where they have passed the long win ter to the Alpen where they will have their summer quarters Alp is used here in the local Swiss sense as meaning a high mountain meadow not a mountain peak He Needed the Job At a meeting of a state medical society the secretary read a letter from the consul of one of our faraway pos sessions urging the need of a resident physician in his district In the mo ment of silence that followed the read ing a youngman in the hall arose and said modestly I wish you would put me down for that place sir It sounds good to me My practise here died last nightSuccess Magazine One Distinction What was King Solomon renowned for above all things else asked the elderly visitor who was making a lit tle talk to the children of time Sunday school Hwas related by marriage to more people than any other man that ever lived promptly spoke up the fairhaired little girl in the front row of seats NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Har rodsburg Ky but for years they saw every attemptto cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped tIll cough and I am now in better health than I have had for years This wonderful life saver is an unrivaled rem edy for coughs colds lagrippe asth ma croup hemorrhages whooping cough or weak lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by the Winchester Drug Co THE AUDITORIUMTHEATRE INC MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS November 21 and 22 Eddie Kane Comedian Morris and Daily- Mr Morris A Natural Irishman assisted by Miss Ida Daly in a re fined Comedy Singing and Dancing ActI tit I MATINEE F Thursday and Saturday 230 P ML ic A Handsome Souvenir Picture will be given to each lady present and every child that buys a ticket will be given a nicebox of Candy at these Matinees BLOOMFIELD RATLIFF- PROPRIETORS MARTS CINCINNATI Nov 19Cattle slow 10 to 15 lower butchers and Receipts 172 steady fair good shippers 450575 common 200 350 Hogs Receipts 286i shippers 720730 common 450 720 Sheep Receipts 394 slow weak 2003G5 Lamb dull weak 350 5S5ICHICAGO Nov 1UCattle Re ceipts 5000 steady beves 440 740 Texas steers 40052o Western steers 410G50 stockers and feeders 350 560 cows and theifers 220G20 calves 750 1000 Hogs Receipts 12000 5 to 10 lower weak 650 740 Sheep Receipts 2000 steady native 225395 Western 250400 yearlings 400 cG500 Lambs native 400 010 Western 425GOO COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the dnys county courts are held each mbnttfrrn corn Anderson LawreucebufgjStdMpn- dayv ir Bath Owingsviile 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Estill Irvine 3rd Fayette Lexington MondayI Fleming Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysvillej 2nd lmnda Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon day Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday Public Sale t Iwill o- nTuesdayNov2210 at 10 oclock a m at my place on Ruckcrville pike 1 mile from Win chester sell at public auction all my farming implements household and kitchen furniture and the following stock etp 3 milch cows 1 bull 2 heifer calves 12 extra good yearling steers weight 550 1yearlingsteers weight G50 pounds 1 good work mare 1 combine horse 2 meat hogs weight 250 and 350 pounds 9 shouts weight 110 pounds 1 two horse wagon bed and frame 1 mow ing machine 1 hay rake 1 tobacco setter 1 good buggy 1 runabout lot ofiprlqwstl tooth harrow 1 hay Tick or 50 shocks of fodder lot of pure white Leghorn chickens pure bred both single and rose comb 1 good roller top desk now Terms made known on day of sale C J SCOTT HOWARD WATTS Auctioneer Condlmental Douglas Jerrold once went to a party at which a Mr Pepper had assembled all his friends and on en tering the room said to his hostM1 dear Mr Pepper how glad you must be to see all your friends mustered Classified Advertisements Ic a word for a slngi insertlcr 2c 1111sertions2c a word for each additional sertion lOc a word per month perinsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on hooks for less than 25 cents We have some nice cottages for rent located in various parts of the city Prices ranging from 10 to 20 per month For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office in McEIdowney Bufllding Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE- Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFlCEQFr ternitT Bldg Phone iSr ROOMS FOR RENTOn East Broadway Apply to Miss Kate Ramsey Ross store 11186t FOR SALENew organ Thos N Todd phones 105 1118Gt FOR SALEPure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tcnn phone 3321171mo FOR RENTCottage on Browne Court all modern convenences W PA1031tf FOR RENT 75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plo at once For money rent or good note Apply to HW Ecton at Ectons grocery 1010tf LOST COWStrayed from my place ou the Muddy Creek pike 111 miles from Winchester on the night of November 13th a large red cow with dark nose and knees Any formation as to her whereabouts will be rewarded by calling East Teun phone 422 rings n i1vtf IUI6STEI UPS The Winchester Railway Lignt Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current have arranged with us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present 150I watt lampto 170 100 watt lamp 120 watt lamp 90 40 watt lamp to 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a number of useful electrical appliances are selling them at the lowest possi ble margin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC UPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ii the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use home flourtb best made Kerr perfection anr White Pearl flonr has no eaual CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel French Dry Cleaning pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone 528 Winches ter Ify ll82wks When you buy coal from us ygu haveno unnecessary delay in getting it Royse Boone 1118tf SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions would vote Dr Kings Ne w Life Pills the rte rem edy for women Foribanishing lull fagged feelings baekjVche or head ache constipation di cdldsj imparting appetite ajid toning a system theyre unequaled EaSyj safe sure 25c at the Winchester j Drug store i MUST GO My stock of millinery to make room for holiday stock Everything in mil linery at cost for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin U188L Sewer pipe of all sizes at reasonable prices Royse Boone 1t 11143t x j tEN 11DBHQ1PTON r R Ant Cti- hlrCountyClark National Bank Fatabllmhed 1865 IAccounts ol Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited Collection Made onYAII Points Capital and Surpl- us35O00000 WANTEDI 75 to 100 acres well improved and on good pike not more titan or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 111tf BUSrIWinchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at taw fflce 5th Floor McEiduwney Buildi a Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney at los W S Main St Winchester Ky VW Bush 6 Company- FIRE AND TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE KcELDOWNEY Phone 145 i SHURIHANDiJ Ll rWbchrt1 r HtlStandardPIionoffit tlioshort- est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessonsWeI best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Horne phone 737tDRINK Rotfflfola More Than Wet Notice to TaxpayersY- ou have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come anti avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully- W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf Xow is the time to buy Red Star coal for winter months Royse Boone 111431 NOTICE On account of the death of my hus band W IT Young I will sell the cn tire stock of goods including a gen oral line of groceries dry goods no 1iugBecknerville MRS S E YOUNG J11112t THEUNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good work Will bo toprospectiyeeither for cash or monthly payments C ROBBINS tows office Ie Save money by investing in Red Star coal now Royse Booner WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE