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J 4 Last Edition VOLUME 5 NO 32 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 A WEEK 1JL J WITNESSES IN WENDLINOCASI Are in Louisville Trial Will Be Held November 28 and Will Be Stubbornly Contested LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 22A1I State witnesses who will testify in the trial of Joseph Wendling accused ol the murder of Alma Kelluer with the exception of Mrs Muena the Hume Mo widow and Detective Burke of San Francisco are here The trial which begins November 28 will be one of the most stubbornly con tested cases ever threshed out in the Jefferson county criminal court Attorneys fo rthe prosecution are jean ously guarding the evidence in their possesion while counsel for Wend ling express confidence that they tvil be able to prove Wendling guiltless It wil Ibe claimed by them that the corpse found in the abandoned cellar of St Johns church is not that of Alma Kellner Finding a jury will be the harries task before the Court on account of the wide publicity of the mysterious crime Whether or not Wendling will be allowed three alien Frenchmen on the jur yis yet to be decided by the Court CRIMINAL USE OF SURGEONS KNifE Is Charged By Philip Schuch Jr Who Introduces Bill in Colorado Legislature DENVER Col Nov 22A bill will be introduced in the next Legis attire providing that any surgeon who shall perform an operation for appendicitis and thereafter be unabl to prove that the appendix was in a diseased condition shal Ibc guilty of malpractice and punishable under the penal godeIThe bill is being fathered by Philip Sclmcb Jr and a number of medical practitioners throughout the State who hold to the theory that the appendix has a function to perform in the human body and tImtpperations for its removal are t1t in nariy cases only to the surges face of his science and desire for al argc fee Schuch father of the bill whctee mother and wife died following operations which he feels to have been unnecessary says in regard to tha bill Tjhis is a civilized age and th tim has come when the criminal use ptl the knife by surgeons must bn Stopped I have in my possession a lit of cases in all parts of Colorado tfiiere competent medical authorities perfol1nled tically arguing the while that fir- satisfiedpatient was made more through the fact of the operation LONG LOST WILL FOUND AT LAST But Beneficiary Had Been Removed to Asylum to Be Treated For In sanity Caused By Worry FLORENCE N J Nov 22 Removed to an asylum a few days ago mentally unbalanced through worry and fear that she was to lose the fortune promised her for years by a rich mid eccentric uncle Mrs Tillie Poulks Suiiday proved to be theprin cipal legatee under the long lost will of the late Schuyler Rtunieiy which iftirosluring the sale of his h ns h l ef fects ordered by the C tinty Court after it had seemed likely that Rainier had died intestate Mrs Foulk daughter of one of Rainiers brotherf was his favorite niece and the rich old farmer had repeatedly told her that she should inherit the major a4portion of his 150000 estate It was this knowledge and the fact that no will could be found after the oldfarmers sudden death from ap L poplexyin his corn field a few weeks ago that preyed upon the youngWomans mind until she became aiisane Now jtltIJtawillhns lice iiouudllieiiathos of the nl h TIlE WINCHESTER NEWS increased by the fact that the witness Rainier brother Lamber i dead and under strict interpretation of the law which requires two sig natures the document is invalid The Courts however have made some broad decisions on this point in recent years and the fact that Rain ier had made the statement before numerous living witnesses that he had arranged to dispose of his prop in almost the identical manner stipulated in the will found Saturday opens the way for a legal fight that will be full of interest Reports supposed to have been in pined by disgrnnted heirs that the will found Saturday was a plant are not borne out by any of the facts so far uncovered The willwas found by men who have no interest in the disposition of the estate while of the principal beneficiaries one is dead and the other is in the asylum The discovery of the will was mull at the height of the sale of Rainier household effects hidden in a carry all wagon said to be nearly a cent 1miry old but used by Rainier for mar keting truck up to the time of his deathwhich sold under the hammer to a farmer far 4 REFUSED TO TELL HIS NAME And Was Reprimanded By Court Who Could Give But One Interpre tation to I Wontell NEWT YORK Nov 22Whatl your named asked Magistrate OCon nor ofa Russian peddler who wa arraigned Monday afternoon charged without a license I1VontellFeslOlldCd the peddler in a quaking voice Whats that thundered the lagistrate leaning over his desk and taking a firmer hold of his gavel hI Wonted replied the peddler looldng around fearfully as if con templating making a dash for liberty What do you menu by insulting 1this Court shouted the Magistrate glaring at the now terrified prisoner The interpreter leaned over the railing and engaged in a rapidfire conversation with the prisoner Ior I1oti01said the interpreter vithia smilclfthals his name Isam Wonfcll and he lives on Christy streetMagistrate OConnor burst into laughter and a snicker ran around the courtroom I ought to punish you Isaac fo not telling your full name said ofefense Ill fine you 1 for not having a license ATTEMPT TO LOCATE MOONSUIE STill Is Made By vice Into Governmentlie ent ST PAUL Minn NovembtJ 22 Governmen SecVet Service agents have been sent into the northern sec tions of Minnesota in the territory recently made dry by the Government to locate if possible any moonshine stillwhich it is believed hays sprung up since the No shipment order on liquor went into effect The men behind the illicit stills ars said to be natives of North Caroline and as a result of the Governments activities no illicit liquor has been discovered during the past few days Rumors in the dry territory are to the effect that two plants were placed in operation in the fastnesses of tIll northern woods surrounding Red Lake Liquor shipped into the dry terri tory last week to two saloons was seized and destroyed by members of the Government squad Old Indian treaties which prohibit the introduc tin in fourfifths of time State of MinnesOfft bf spirituous liquor is re sponsibldfor the condition of affairs rind hiindreds of saloons are likely to go out of business GOES TO OWINGSVILLE llrT R Ratliff of theI Blue Grass Realty Company Tuesday morning for Owinysville to look after some important business for his company He will be absent from the city several days When you see aactor with a fur oJlaropJJ cojt it int safe to Let that he has an undershirt on FOUND HIMSELF SfONn ND Awoke From Normal Sleep to Fin That He Was Unable to See Was Experience of Bookkeeper tr 22Withoutlprc years old living at No 1503 Com monwealth avenue the Bronx awak ened Monday from a perfectly normal sleep to find himself stone blind Although a bookkeeper for many years he Iliad never suffered strai3avd hurl never worntglasse or felt the need of them He came to his home at 0 oclock Sunday night the usual hour and retiree about 11 His eyesight was then as clear as ever he was conscious of no trouble He soon sank into a deep quiet slumber At whatever time his allliclion clime upon him the man was all unconscious of it There was no shock of pain to awaken him Wlffen he did awaken at about 7 openedlhisrestless and could not sleep He found his clothing and out of one of the pockets took a match and lighter it for the purpose of looking at his watch The match cracked and he held it in his hinds till the Game touched his fingers but though his eyes were wide open he could not see the flame As a mutter of fact the daylight was streaming into the room Suddenly Jie realized that he was blind tlntlnsi agony at the discovery he screamed and swooned rY Ciitharine Nearshcim his Inn1h11yirltnup loihiS 1Ootit anc found him nncoiiscious She deter mini tcecl restoratives and sent for physician Examination resulted in nothing to rice Soops a hope that his eyesight would be restored TAKES H1AT CHAMP ClARK Representative James Hayof Virgin ia Regarded rs Chief Insurgent Against the Missourian Issues Statement WASHINGTON Nov 22Whnt ever opposition there is to the elec tion of Champ Clark as Speaker ot the next House was epitomized Sun day in a statement issued by Repre sentative James Hay of Virginia who has come to be regarded as the chief insurgent against tho llis souiian Mr Hay however does not declare himself u candidate for the Spoakcrship in opposition to Mr Clark neither does he single him out lname as the object of his attack Because Mr Clark has declared that questions of changing the rule the naming ofa Committee on Committees or their election by the lions and also the manner and plan of re vising the tariff should be settled by the Democratic caucus or by a con fcrence of Democrats which he fav ors Mr Hay trkes an indirect fling at him He insists that the pros pective Speaker should declare liim self on these questions and let it be known where he stands MEETING Of SCHOOL HOARD important Business is Transacted and Reports of Committees Are Received Many Improvements The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Education was held in their rooms Monday night A great dealof important business was transacted and reports of committees indicated that probably more im provements in the three buildings had been made this fall than any previous year Before time year is passed Winches tcr will have one of the best equipped school buildings in the country Tho lien heating plant which has been nndei construction since early fall has abpt been completed and a proc wnl tl = will be made of it sometime I this week The plant has been put in at considerable expense It isI modern in every respect and ther j is lio reason for cold rooms in the fut iTheHickman street building which hasiiecn untie construction since last stammer ds addds of this building Ejery effort will be made in the future to have the house properly ventilated This matter Bonrdtle halls instead of lowering the tran janIevery hour in the day thus permitting the halls to be filled with fresh air In this way the rtpms can obtain plenty of fresh air and at the same time none of the rooms will hat cooled off Probably the best move made was when a committee compos ed of Messrs C K Bush John prone A R Baldwin and trO Parrish were appointed to gojlo Paris as soon as possible to investigate the interior telephones ouch clock system The telephones are1 greatly needed and will be great saccrribesides a sai expenses tary drinking fountains were ordered last summer anti with the proposed improvements tho school buildings here w have Amore of the modern improvements1 than any school now in Central Kentucky Mh C E Bush reported that storm doors had been placed at the Wash ington street school building and also at the colored school building Mr J M Woodward truant officer mad a complete report for his department as of pupils reported as ab sent by the teachers white 110 col orcfl Op t Dumber absent on account bf isick ue54 whHeB4i colored 11 rr 1umber absent for wan bf lathes white 4 colored 5 Number absent without excuse white 4 colored 8 Number came in after I called on them white OS colored 75 Number of truantsw Jwhite 18ol ored II- Number removed from city white 25 colored 28 Number of hrs truant bite 14 colored 8 Number of girls truant white 4 colored 3 FAIHEi TAKES BRIDE ii FROM HUSBAND- Though Legally Married Hugh Chan cy Does Not Know Whereabouts of His 12YearOld Wife EARL1NGTON Ky Nov 22Al though legally married Hugh Chancy of this city aged 17 years and Miss Willie Poole aged 12 years of Nor ton ille are not living together The toys mother and brother were in far or of the marriage and accompanied the couple to Springfield Tenn where the marriage took place Jeff Poole father of the girl coal miner at Nortonville was viol ently opposed to the match on account of the tender years of hi daughter When the train on which time couple returned carte through Nortonville Poole jumper on tin train seized his daughter by the arm and informed the husband and rela tives that he was going to take the girl home He took the girl off the train and that is the last her husband has seen if her The irlrcl lrciler an mother protested against the actions of Poole but to no effect SCHOOLI MARWIllE Defeated Team is Same Which Play ed Tie Game With K W C Earl in the Season Special to Time News ASIIEVILLE N C Nov 22Q the 17th of this month the Bingham Military School team defeated the strong Maryville College team by the score of 39 to 0 It will be remem bored that the Kentucky Wesleyan College team played the second game of the season with this team and the result was a tie 6 to The man whoan umpire a base ball caba figtue on a reserved scat in the front rein of time heavenly briahestra PlACING STOCK WITH RETAILERS Mr J W Bales Reports That a Live ly Interest is Taken in New Win Chester Grocery Company IJsoliciting subscriptions for stool in the new Winchester Grocery Com pany reports that the merchants are taking a lively interest in the organization and that he is placing stock with the best class of retailers Mr Bales was up the L E rail road last week and placed quite a lot ofstock along the line He states bet the stockholders and that the com pang is obligated to pay par value for stock on demand looks good tc business men and makes it one of the best and safest investments to be found SEGDNo DAYS SESSION 1OF KINGS DAUGHTERS Is Held in Second Presbyterian Church in Lexington and Large Audience is Present LEXINGTON Ky Nov 22Ticsecond days sessions of the biennial DaughterstPresbyterian church and were nuukbcd by large audiences and unusually interestingaddresses Mrs Iomer Sucky of Louisville president of the auto Board wm chairman of lJmdijriirent meetings ItepotsiIrpin tli rchsnrcr and the Glassof Louisville were read and showed the organiza P lion is in a prosperous condition Mrs Stucky delivered a short ad dress Among the promineiitaEvisitors wlu took part in the program were Mrs Parsons of Brookhaveri lliss Mrs John D Mason of Baltimore and Miss Jennie C Bennett of Louisville Tin addresses of welcome Monday morn ing were delivered by Mrs tWilbnr R Smith of the Memorial Circle am HelperjJGirtle1nsE Lloyd Brown of Frankfort Ballots were distributed for the elect ion of oflicers and the announce ment of the result of the election probably will be made Wednesday Monday night a reception was given by the two local circles to the of facers delegates and visitors at the home of General and Mrs Wilbur n Smith About 200 people enjoyed the hospitality of Mr and Mrs Snit and the two circles of Kings Daugh ters Qua of the most interesting feat urea of the days meetings was ai address by Mrs J Will Jefferson ol Louisville exState Secretary mild chairman of the last conference Mrs Jefferson told of the work which slit 1has participated in in different see tions of the United States during till last ten or twelve years helping t organize and reorganize circles Not es on the doings in the Central Coun cil were given by Miss Jennie C Benedict of Louisville NIGHT RIDER DAMAGE SUITS IIOnof Soldiers Attend Session of the United States Court PADUCAH Ky Nov 22In order to prevent any outbreak which is likely to occur a detachment of sold onYseveral months in Lyon county ar rived here Sunday afternoon to at tend the session of the United States federal court which began Monday On the docket there are a number of night rider damage suits aggrc gating 200000 and while these cas es are being tried the soldiers will be on duty in the court room Federal Judge Walter Evans of Louisville arrived here Monday af ternoon to be ready for the trials Tuesday reeling here is not aroused over the trials lint among the witnesses defendants and plaintiffs relations lie strained and vlo be on time safe 1 jf J J f side and prevent any bloodshed the soldiers were ordered to break camp in Lyon county and stay here until the trials are ove- rFORMER MAYOR OFCYNTHIANA s Laid 40 RestPeople From All Over Kentucky Attend and Send Floral Tributes CYNTIIIANA Ky Nov 22Al- arge number of people attended the funeral services of exMayor Felix S Ashbrook which were held at the late residence in this citat 130 oclock Monday afternoon The llorai tributes were numerous People from roll parts of Central Kentucky were present at the funeral and a number from out of the State attended Some of those here from out of town were three representatives of the F S Ashbrook Distilling Company of which Mr A hhlook was secretary and treasurer F E Lally of Bridgeport Conn who is president the T M Clary vice president of Holyoke Mass II Wil liam Mier a director o fthe company- of Cincinnati 0 John Finn of Cincinnati Qof the YoC Riles Com pany George W Wilson of St Louis Mo R B Hutchcraft and wife ofI Paris Mr and Mrs Thomas Allen of Paris Mr and Mrs R P Coughlin of Lexington Mrs Vina Stollof Lexington Mr Charles Fithian of Paris Rev Carey E Morgan of Paris and Mr and Mrs Sam 1shIrook of Lexington Rev Carey E Morgan offered a prayer at the lesiIdonee Rev W E Ellis pastor cf the Christian church of Cynthiana conducted the services The ElksI ritual concluded the services at the grave A ergo number of the mem bers of Cynthiana Lodge No 438 B 0 Elks of which Mr Ashbrook was a member attended time funeral- in a body and acted as escort to the cemetery heatjcd by Webers band of Cincinnati THANKSGIVING TURKEY TRADE Is Brisk and the Poultry Firms Have Butchered Many Thousands in Past Two Weeks Toohcy Bros and Leon Renaker poultry dealers finished killing tur trubIfor the past two weeks and many thousand turkeys have been butch gyred by the- mHIGH SCHOOLI FOOTBALL TEAM Will Play Richmond Team at Gar ners Park Wednesday Afternoon and Try to Even Up Matters The Winchester High School loot ball team will play the Richmond High School at Garners Park Wed nesday afternoon The local boys were defeated at Richmond loot week by the same team and will try hard to even up matters on the local INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE ASSOCIATION Messrs Chambers and Buckner Leave Tuesday Morning For Lexington to Attend Meetinq Messrs Jr Clambers manager of the Old Kentucky Telephone Cow pany and Mr B F Buckncr man ager of the Mt Sterling Telephone Company a branch of the Old Kentucky Telephone Company of this city left Tuesday morning for Lexington to attend the meeting of the AssoIciaTuesday HELD TO GRAND JURY Fred Chambers colored was held to the grand jury Tuesday morning by Judge J H Evans on a Charge of seduction Ci V a r WEATHER Fair Tonight and Wednesday Warmer Tonight CENTS manager Central company STATE X V fffxx qix NO PAPER THURSDAY x x x x In order that our 01ploye s cz x may p seavdl Thanksgiving x x Day there will nossue x x The News on Thursday x xjt iX x VAUDEVILLE 10 BE DISCONTINUED Management of Auditorium Has Closed Contract With Leaning Mov ing Picture Company The vaudeville season at qjjp 11Tin chester Auditorium will close Saturday night The show has been running since early in the spring and only high class performances have been put on The crowds have been good but the opening of the opera house fou the winter season will jut the attendance to such an extent tlirt Messrs Bloomfield Ratliff athe proprietors IHave decided to cltae the vaudeville show withIthe country for licensed pictures and beginning next Monday will start a moving picture show The licensed pictures are those whicharejust f made and have never been shown thus the people of Winchester wilj have an opportunity Elie remainder of the winter to sec high class moving picture shows The show will open at 330 in the afternoon and run until 4HO At night the show will open at 7 oclock and continue until 10 oclock tThe price of admission will bcfSeiiLmill over the house REVIVAL SERVICE The revival of the First Baptist church which is being condncfed by Dr JW Porter assisted by Rev E ij fe1ttai1i nns 11Itpasinging is icing attended by large crowds Dr Porter preached a splendid sermon Monday night and Tuesday morning Service every day rat 10 a m and 7pIn FNGAGEMENT OF S ROBIN COOPER Cleared Last Week of Killing Senator Carmack is Announced to Wed Miss Eva Lee Smith I LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 22 tlijfc engagement of Robin Cooper cleared last weekof the charge of killing Senator Edward Carmack on the streets of Nashville Penn Novem her 9 IflOS to wed Miss Eva Lee Smith president of time Louisville 8 Nashville railroad was announced by the Smith family in Louisville Saturday afternoon The date of time wedding hrs not been announced After two years of worry and notoriety the other side of the life of Robin Cooper which hitherto has been hidden from the prying glare of the limelight has come into view In college Cooper and Milton H Smith Jr were fast chums Through time brother it is said young Cooper anHg Miss Smith met V After his first trial Robin Cooper tcHisi f has resided in a Louisville hotel It is not know how soon his son will join him FOR SALE Household and kitchen furniture at public auction Same day November 20 at 1 pm at corner of Kenhicky strote andCeu tral avenue Mrs E G Baxter I 11223tv TOO LAir TO CLASSIFY LOST Black mourning veil betweejr 21 Haggard street and Mrs Poyn tots millinery store Mrs B1 Patton ll223tt FOR SALE Bronze turkey gobble 3 each Apply to Mrs R B Fox route 112231063 y t FOR RENTSixroom cottage on East Broadway Gas large garden and chicken yard for 1250 Per month Roy E Smith iit Win ll2231i t 1 ii rrPageTwo r rr THE WINCHESTER NEWS T r w I1HE WINCHETER NEWS I I An Independent Newspaper byij Cot Inco rated e41 r n J lt r1fllce o9iII South Main Street r Winchester Kentucky t Daily Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 loth Phones Hi II SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Hall Daily one year 300 Six Months 150c One Month 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 10c One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Fojr weeks one time a week 75 Reading NoticePer Line Business notices body type 7Y2- cPuro reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition 1 Three insertions ontinuously 2e Each three additional insertions a2c One calendar mo continuously 10e Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for IRRR than 25 rents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE- e GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1910 SUNDAY BALL tVe cannot ngrcje Tvit The Win chfstcr Democrat as to the dire effect tliajt Sunday ball games would have iri Winchester and yet we cannot A say that we favor Sunday ball play ing ThegaodfRoohsaysm day and holyJey J law recognizes Sunday as day of rest The laws ofnat urej lemand a period of rest The Sabbath day referred to in the Bible was Saturday the seventh day and not Sunday the first day of the week Imt this is not material All of the world that observes a day of rest accepts Sundays except the Jewish and an organization known as the SeventhDay Baptists Profes sion is one and practice may be another Sunday ball is played in all of the large citietfb was played on SulRa umt i cliibyi1he Buie Grass League t inPirs rritnkfortartd Lex ingtonSpecialf rains ran from Winchcste to accommodate those that wanted- to see the games In some instance there would be as many passenger rs there would be on soma week days at the Winchester ball park We art informed that all of the Blue Gras League clubs lost money last season and that the loss would have been muchmore but for the good crowds that attended tlie Sunday games tIf we are to have a team and it wiliv play on Sunday in other cities there isno more harm to play at Win chester than at other places iTp keepin the game we must play j ut1n this day of liberalism peo pledtwiif dwliat they whist to do Jb tike contra1Yrnobtcitli sti ding LJ PRO PO Rrt 0 R PUSE- t6 this week h edana ver- tis f nilr ent from a tba l i toJ Je set te4 atp butt as t Po W cfemlvfh coinpetitionitli tg IJij r nr home merchants y o us6 rfe iwrelMmn8 4iwaB respectfully dei 1 Foraltnost a generation we- stood for tnclioetcr and tin13w cheater instittttiofts and las reftsed- effete fCra tirl erewt that wodtd- o0flP 1n 0 mi01 1nmer litPth rtr h l INCORPORATED corded to us d generous support and we see no reason to depart from our time honored custom YTIaelieoUH Democrat About due lime bach yertrwe have occasion to call to time in a kindly way our worthy neighbor The Demo cratOn one of time original pages of The Democrat in which the above appeared there is an ad of a Louisville firm that wants to buy furs elides etc wiilia reqiiest fo write for prices We happen to know that there are dealers in Winchester that want to buy furs and hides Oh another page there is an ad of another Louisville firm that wants to buy furs On the same page a Cincinnati firm proposes to sell breechloading shotguns sin gle barrel 395 double barrel 673 Now we happen to know that there ago firms in Winchester that sell shotguns for we have bought one right here in town There isa medi cal ad that advises the afflicted to write for treatment to certain doctors at Philadelphia Now we happen to know that there arc some good doctors in Winchester Tliere are oth er ads of like character This is written in a kindly spirit with the hope tliat it will do our neighbor good SCHOOL SUFFRAGE vWOMEN The following was sent us by Mrs Desha Breckinridge of Lexington Ky The citizens of Lexington rhave just elected two women Miss Linda Neville mid Iislr BrownTb to the Board of Education These two women are candidates on the Fusion State University and Professor T B 1 McCartney of Transylvania University This indicates somewhat the strength of the desire for women on the Board of Education in Lexington These women it will be recollected were elected by the votes of men no women in Lexington being allowed the school ballot They were nominated by men without any solicitation cith er from them or from other women as a measure of party wisdom as well as of principle As it happens a strong effort was made by more than one of the mas culine leaders in the Democratic par ty to have women nominated on that ticket This was overruled by a small coterie of Democrats opposed to any recognition of womens services Lexington is the city represented by the Honorable William Klair who has in two Legislatures opposed the extension of school suf frage to Kentucky women It has been represented that the trial of school suffrage for women in Lexington some years back proved a failure A flat contradiction of this statement of the politicians slid not destroy its currency though this con tradiction was made by those who women on the School Board who coud point to the Statewide reputa tion of some of the women who then gave their services free to then city tvho knew that the suffrage was re penleawItliout p demand ifrom the people practically without their knowledge at tlie behesfcof a few p oli ticiansonlyt Does it look as ifcihe people of Lexington had found school suffrage women a failure or women oq lh1Il School Batda failure when pver thee dea d bodies as itr were pf rp 1 the recognition of women schobl affairs they nbminflte and elect Avomeh wjio did nOt seek the oflloes foserveiupqn Jhe Squeal Board f Let the peopleiof the State regard the result aFte the r to tof aiiltit n ifc it I p lltienlns gtl THAT COSY CORNER t f e ant k you have so long viedi1S neither a matter of as much labor or expense as YOU may imagine Our mill work will supply practically everything needed from the window frames and sashes to the anels for the sear All Mtogci1lCfi tyreadyto p your self if you desire to Come and see it WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFAcTURiNGC0 t FORt regularLexington profitingfrom oPttjudgeNoteWe willMl1eh- joY4ritfedito eitfier party that have thnvarted the efforts of every movement to give to our Kentucky women their rights to take notice mid either fall in line or get out of the way President Taft returning from Panama was caught ina storm He is responsible for a landslide on the November 8th that was worse than any storm A sentence has been going the rounds of the press Why dont the people get what they want One reason is that there are many people that do not krrdw what they want Count Tolstoi was born in luxury and inherited immense wealth After a varied career he adopted the garb and lived tho life ofa peasant on his own estate His writings were pOOlithe world As is the fate of all reformers his work was not appreciated in his own country of Russia Champ Clark will need the Cannon rules when he wants to control the Democracytlla It is honed that time officials of the new Republic of Portugal are honest They have to bc The late Dynasty left nothing for them to steal There is SomClquf tinn as to whirl i ihetvtloi st TnHKlexic6 law under the dietatorsliip6cf Diaz or Anarchy PUTS I STOP TOSPOONING Which is Claimed Costs the City of Pittsburg 7500 Annually PhQnetollsS if PITTSBURG Nor 22 Howard B Ouster of tile Bureau of Supplies of Pittsburg announces that spoon ing and other ffoolishness Amon the giddy young employed by the city costs the city at least 7500 annual ly in phone tolls and that it must stop He estimates that phones cost time city 22500 annually in rental FOR SALE PRIVATELY Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three gilts J C McClure R R No5 Winchester Ky 1114tf ftBLICSA1EI Tuesday f Nov 29 1910 at 10 a mrt on the premises my farm containing 65 Acres of Blue Grass Land situated 1smiles from Winchester on the Ruckerville pike Also at thc same time and place the following im plements and live stock 1 good broodmare in foal to jack 18 year old driving mare for tally to drive 16 old combined gelding safe for lady to drive t god work mare 11 years old 25 sheep 1 two horse wagon 1 one horse wagon 1 binder 1 mower 1 randall harrow 1 disc plow 4 dou ble shovel plows 100 shocks of corn 100 shocks of fodder 5 stacks of clever and timothy liny mixed and other things too numerous to mention I will also sell at public putcry on time following day at same hour on premises my farm of 137 acres situated 9 miles from Winchester on sameplTerms made known oil day of sale JOHN A FRAZIER HOWARD WATTStAuctjneer 1 i l and toRs andfMis etperfiwho have been Working fdiflnSritlislih the mnitt ter report to him that if lovemaking and private messages were cut from the lioneF duriing the this 1Ouslercoming year there will be but 15000 worth of phoning clone It has been fcffind tlat trunk iueA1preJidt iup ti aoodipijrb of acY rks talking with their sAveethearts Ous ler has found out for himself that this is time cnst5 and is able to give dates 5Tnd other Mgures i tf tIler any one caught using the city wires for lovemaking or talk dishcharged as Ousler has furnished to the heads of each department some telling figures on the abuse of phones in that particular branch during the year YOUNG MEN WANTED Govcrnmeat Pays Railway Mall Clerks 800 t6l4dO a YearFree Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations for railway mail clerks postoffice clerk or carrier custom house and depart mental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examinations Thousands appointments are to be made Common school education is allyou need city and country peo ple have equal chance Start to pre pare iifwg free information Puce scholarships this moith Write im qetlintctyto Central chools Depai tr went A 38 Rochester N Y COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the digs county courts are held each month in conn Anderson Lawrene burg 3rd Monday Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Djvnville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfo 1st Monday Garrard Lancastej 4th Monday Grant Williamstovyn 2nd Monday Harrison Cyn 4th Monday Jessamine NicholasVille 3rd Mon HOW MUCH IS YOU- RgTUil WORJH Its worth almost ns much as your life how much is that worth 1 Phil lips has remedy that keeps the ighttMTONA is the gnome of the great stomach remedy and Phillips guar hutees it to cure time following stom ach ailments and symptouisjfor mon eyback stamnachgbelching of gas biliousness Heartburn ofrlead stomach after dinner distress Nervousness arid headache caused by stomach derangement That allin feeling in the stomach after a night of sociability Bad effects of overeating or drink ing sea or car sickness Vomiting of pregnancy or any stomach distress Remember money back if it fails at Phillips or leading druggists every where and the price is only 50 cents a large bo- xClark County Farms For 5alej NO1 137 acres 6 miles south of Winchester NO2 121 acres 7 miles south of Winchester NO 3S0t4 acres Gy2 wiles south of Winchester Eachof these farms are on good pikes and liar all modern improve meats The land is good I desire to sell because of ill health if sold at onceIJ B ter es Do You Want 1 Beautiful Like HairI CaptandYou can do this yourself You can use the treatment vof the creates hair specialists in theworld forvWoodbury useEverybotneexperience every bottle is aruaranteed Woodethanpotueof makesitpreparations ailAIArge trial size costs only cents foltsiarjrOO at alldrutefats CIt14thq Phillips Di St reJDislributorf fur Winchester Ky r day Lee Beattyvillc 4th Monday Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Harrodsburg 1st Moitday Montgomery Mt Steiling 3rd Mon day Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stantcn 1st Monday Scottretown grq llo ida r bY t 2nd lfijmnday Vers illes4tb Monday Its tough on the trapeze perform er when there is a falling off in his business 1 r Fine Bourbon Farm- ATr PUBLIC SALE 23rd 1910 at 10 oclpck a mj 1 will sell the Ogden farm of 185 ACRES one mile south of Paris Ky in two tracts or as a whole Also stock crop etc The sale will be hold at Murphys Stock Yards Paris Ky CHAS E BUTLER PARIS KY MILLINERY AT COST Everything in the at cost foi next 30 days MIss Rosa Baldwin 111881 THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE INC AND TUESDAY NIGHTS November 2 and 22 Eddie Kane Comedian Morris i Daily MrMorris A Natural Irishman assisted by Miss Ida Daly in a re SingingTalking Act Thursdayand Saturday r 230 P M A Handsome Souvenir Picture will be given to each ladypresentantleverychildthatbuysa given a nice box OL Candy at these Matinees BlOOMFIELD RATillFF PROPRIETORS I i f fil t Woman s Tme Friend Experimenting with new and untried medicines takeaso universally good as Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scrip During all that time it has been wom qpIiftingand giving them the final touch of perfect health Women use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- in preference to all other advocated medicines for it contains no alcohol or habitforming drugsis not anything like advertised secret- Or patent medicinesdoes not claim to be able to d impossible things THE ONI REMEDY for women devised by II regularlygraduated physician of vast experience in womans ailments and adapted to her dell cafe organism THBONBRElrIBDYgcaCl enough that its makers are riot afraid to its every ingredient on its outside wrapper You cant afford to allow yourself to be over persuaded into accepting any secret nostrum as a substitute for this honest squaredeal nonsecret medicine Dont do it No honest druggist will attempt to cheat you in this way does should be rebuked and avoided Doctors pre scribeDr Pierces Favorite Prescription for their worst cases because they know what it contains and know its ingredients to be of the best germsthatbrecness and headache Dr Pierces Pleasant keep bow els sweet and clean Recommended by druggists because of their purity and active gentleness Worlds Disperisary Medical Association RV Pierce M D Pres Buffalo N Y Lincoln Mercer Peridleton Woodford line MONDAY and MATINEE tlon print who very Pellets goodness WANTED AT The Bridge Junk Shop HIDES AND FURS J W Hisle wants all the Hides and Furs in the coinmnmity He is so 1llQrethBring in your Furs and Hides and the cash THE BRIDGE JUNK SHOP 4J VII HISLE Prbp For Sale Privately1 Grocery and Meat Market te A number one stand Will sell on account of other business Ecton Opoisaaim- njod 50 N Main St j Winchester Ky William Sterling Battlf THE DICKENS MAN In LIFE PORTRAYALS Thirteen well known characters of Chas Dickens im in costume Kentucky t T WesieyanCollege Friday Evening November 25 t- Admission 35 Cents 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Three r CIFJQN13 HW- e1 OSSare ollering Sef ty9IeSample Suits3 which tormerly sold toraLL iH ttt- a lU 25 to 40 at ptIAt I H S t 500 t 2500y p S Just What Youve Been Looking For t Sow to make a petticoat of perfect fit and style with j T out a lot of work Ask to see l l- The Gilbert Flouncei1 i j in silk and hSaiefblooin See our broadclothsand silks in i Plaids Persians and Solid Colors ilt ii I J We Give S H Green Trading SfaiiiM F IJ TT Bf ROSSSOCIETYr Oyster Supper The local Camp Woodmen of the World will have an oyster supper at their meeting place in the Fraternity building on the night of Friday No ember 25tfi This will not be a pub lic supper but merely for the mem bers of the order Golden Wedding Mr ami Mrs 0 n Delaney of Ok lahoma are here to attend the golden wedding of the formers parents Mr and Mrs T J Delaney No Paper Thursday There will be no issue of The News on Thursday that the employes of the office may observe Thanksgiving Day Exchange The ladies of the Methodist church operagoosecslescnndies etc will be on sale and hot chocolate will be served iMriuid Mrs Jeffries Goodwin ie tnrucd Friday from their bridal trip I HOLD UP r I YOUR JI Thanksgiving Until You See Our t eoTweate 5 ttI e AND OUR I1 T ha tttvi1ljwii1 W i f4 FUIIof ill tt 1I i t li FOR YO- URDontWorry Phone 40 Weathers Both Ph n sNo4b j t it T 1 IH 1t J fflf 1fINiJ 11f t They will reideJtt Lexington where Mr ijiiffrie tmpjU1 jn W o 1if fjua lion Mrs Nellie Miller isyiitin friends in Frankfort Mr Ezekiel Elkin of Covingtoi spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Warren Elkin of this city MrsvL B Cockrell was the guest of Mrs Yon Cockrell of Lexington several days the past week Miss Miuid Ashurst has returned to her home in Bourbon county after a visit to Mr C BEcton Jr Mr and Mrs Chas Strpther visited the latleis grandmother Mrs Gulick in Peiulleton county the past weeki and Mrs T M Hampton of Winchester spent the weekend as guests of Mr II P Poynter Shel byville News Miss Mollie Mohlcy of Ford who has been quite ill for the last lour months visited her sister Mrs A R Martin last week Mrs F S Kerr and daughter Mary Frances Kerr of Winchester To the liadies of Winchester who desire the best t quality rl loves we take pleasure in offering I errin Kid Glovesf which are fittedand guaranteed to give satisfaction For health and comfort during the winter months f we have a fine line of it lightWeight Comforts Sin beautiful colors and a splendid display of Blankets oOJweare selling these at attractive prices and it will ri pay the thrifty housewife to pH iS Us A Call 1i I C L j I Orders isutlglf1i MacNeill Give ate with Mrs Kerrs parent t MlV aid Mrs JjuV BryanParis Ken tucldan Mrs John Worth and little datigh ter Betsy Beckner Worth are guests of Mr and Mrs Edward Clark and will spend part of the winter here BeckIIner Clark Lexington Leader Miss Maggie Mobley of Ford vis lied relatives here last week Miss Julia Graves visited Mrs P n Winn of Lexington this week J It Cornett will leave this morn ing for Perry county oh a business tripMrs Mary McClure and Miss Eula Green of Winchester and Mrs B Pj Jeffries of Mt Sterling have return ed home after a visit to J 0 Robh and and Mr and MrsFv Y- oFplgerJessnmino Frank Ford who Joul11nlIbeen assisting his at his work has returned to his home in Winchester and is taking a bus iness course at a college in Lexing tonJackson News 1 Citizens National 7 BankJPa- id up Capital 100000 Surplus 51000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment arid attend promptly and carefully to nU business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier t RED ni T AR The quick bburning big block long flame Red Ask Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loada ROYSE BOONE Iinche3tcr x tfl fnoil t r I Mrs Amanda Elkin affil iiilflughti will go to Mt Stediiig to spend ITjianlcsgiVingSivith rfclativcsJi itThe infant child of Mr and Mrs Taylor Ecton is dangerously ill Miss Ida Feld is visiting in George townMisses Lizzie Burke and Elizabeth Mae Madigan will leave Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving in Lexington Mr J E Botkin who has been quite ill of appendicitis is improving Mrs J N Rankin is visiting in Hazel Green Miss Bessie Adele Gallon ofCat lettsburg stopped at the Brown Proctoria Monday night enroutc South iSURE TO BREAK A SEVERE COLD Will dvercMne All Distress From a Bad Cold or the Grippe in Just a Few Hours t The most severe cold will be brok en and all grippe misery ended after taking a dose of Papas Cold Compound every two hours until three consecutive doses are taken Yon will distinctly feel all the disagreeable symptoms leaving after the very first dose The most miserable neuralgia pains headache dullness head and nose stuffedup feverishness sneezing running of the nose sore throat mucous catarrhal discharges soreness stiffness rheumatism pains and other distress vanishes Papas Cold Compound is the re sult of three years research a t a cost of more thanfifty thousand dol lars and contains no quinine which we lye conclusively demonstrated is not effective in the treatment of colds or harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or had aftereffects as aI 25ccnt package of rapes Cold Com pomul whichany druggist fin the world cansupply rThat Thanksgiving Game Will Be a Bird r Why lose your temper trying to carve that bird with a dull knife when you can have one of OUT evenly tern pered sets We can sooty you a line that is sure to please you Fit any purse CH BOWEN3ewelerand 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KX Mr and Mrs R L Thomas have taken rooms at the BrownProctoria Hotel Pumpkin apple mince peach and cream pies at The Winchester Bakery ll222t A sweeping reduction in millinery Everything at cost for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin ll188t He Generally Does A narrowminded man may wear a wide hat One Distinction What was king Solomon renpwnedt for above all things else asked thee 1erly visitor who was making a lit tie talk to the children of the Sunday school He was related by marriage to more people than any other inn ultherow ot seats They Can Climb Political fences should not be top high for the people to have a look over Atlanta Constitution I OT hanksgw n- gDT abe I Will not be complete without bouqJef of CHRYSANTHEMUMS We have them iii all sizes The small the medium the large the geor eons t i ones and some of the finest ones you have ever seen Yours for prompt service POOLE PURLLANTFlorists PHONED 4 f f I6n The Beautiful Lexington Pike I 0 111 arss waoskn uasaj st raaoa t I J py Paw Four l THE WINCHESTER HEWS v I FARMS FOR SALE FARM NO t50 acres 72 miles ffGdwellingood stable holds 4 acres of tobac co iceHoQs6andall dtiiefbutbuild i fulllFencing intohfour lots all llm All in grass excep8 dr1Qares Olose to good school Price 0000 FARM NO 258anres Gy2 miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwellin Shrooms 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 buildingsDividcd 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 of a mile from railroad station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390 acres 612 mil es from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tobacco barn good cellar and all outbuildings 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 postoffice 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 barn 2 tobacco barns that holds 10 acres all necessary outbuildings wel watered with pool well and creek all outside fencing good 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 9000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles flrem Winchester twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms 6acre tobac co barn All necessary outhouse Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 76 per acre FARM NO G105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms All necessary outbuildings 12acre tobacco bjirnand tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7345acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grass Price 50 per acre rI ABaCNOv 820 acres 3 mile from Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and outbuildings Price 3500 FARM NO 950 acres 7 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with rooms tobac co barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings goodforchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cal kivntion balance iu grass price 5 10 FARM FJ 10300ncres 12 mil es from Winchester Has twostorj frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten ant house 8acre tobacco barn larg f stock barn and all necessary outbuildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO U27 acres 7V2 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 1V2 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358 acres 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 Tur key Co necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike has 4 room tenant house new 10acre tobacco barn neverfailing water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NU 1592 acres 7V2 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 312 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms Al outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO1758z acres 5 miles from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO lS10a acres neat Chilesburg has 3room tenant house well fenced and watered All goor landon good pike Price 105 pe acreFARM NO 1985 acres 2Yt mil from Winchester on good pike two Has twostory frame dwelling with rooms stock bam 10acre tobacco barn all outhouses well fenced and watered Price 200 per acre FARM NO 209S acres 4 miles from Winchester on good piwe two story frame dwelling with 7 rooms 2 barns all necessary outbuildings 4room tenant house fencing good well watered Price 150 per acre FARM NO 2140acres 2Yt 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 land in one boundary in Clarkcounty would make an excellent truck garden farm having railroad station at one corner of the farm Price 7000 FARM NO 22120 acres 9 miles from Winchester has 2story brick residence of 9 rooms good stock barn 13acre tobacco barn outbuild ings of every description all in good condition 30 acres in cultivation balance in grass well watered by Stoner creek Fine tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 23100 acres 412 mil es from Winchester on pike Good 2 story frame dwelling 8acre tobacco barn good stock barn and all out buildings Price 125 per acre FARM NO 2445 acres 4M miles from Winchester Has on it 5room dwelling 5acre tobacco barn all necessary outbuildings Joins rail oad statioij close to school and church Good young orchard Well watered Price 4500 FARM NO 25227 acres on pike 12 miles from Winchester miles from Mt Sterling 5room dwelling small tenant house 10acre tobacco barn A No 1 new stock barn well watered and nearlall in grass Price 85 per acre FARM NO 2641G acres 10 miles ItJOmdwellingbarns that hole 15 acres all necessary outbuildings good orcharel well watered 135 acres bottom land Price 60 per acre FARM NO 2714acres on good pile miles frpm Winchester room dwellinglind all outbuildings Well watered and fenced Has on it a good blacksmith shop Price 2 850FARM NO 2S272 acres miles from Winchester on good pike 2 story frame dwelling of 7 rooms stock barn all outbuildings Close to good school churches store black smith shop Well watered Price 3500 FARM NO 29 63acres 71hmiles 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 tim ber 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 StokelyOff- ice iii McEHpwney Bldg 1 Both Phones Monday Tuesday Thursday- Winchester Laundry A Tonic Makenorniafabe Te only thoe meI1i cines the but donors endorse Consult your own Joclor freely JC y r HUNTING AT BEATTYVILLE William Ashcraft of Winchester came up Tuesday on a two weeks visit to his old home country to meet his friends and relatives and talk ov er old times and to have one more hunt in the same old woods where his rifle used to bring down the deer and bear But he turkeyI Tired Just as tired in the morning as at night Things look dark Lack nerve power Just remember this Ayers Sarsaparilla is a strong tonic entirely corpusclesintoto the nerves strengthens the digestion anything now but a coon a possum ora raubt for pie have among gameTrethough and he will have to make good tttlking take the place of goo- dhuntingBeattyville Enterprise Fruit cakes for Thanksgiving at The Winchester Bakery 11222t THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester for many years and have learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else JIR1 MARTIN COAL SUPPLY C- OIWATERHEATERS Arnong Instantaneous Water Heaters The RUUD Is Foremost Boiling Water By Opening the Faucet Askfor particulars I GRANT WITT GO 30 NORTH MAIN STREET nn Art1ar TurAhuM The Wise Turkey Makes Tracks about Thanksgiving time You cant fool him with extra corn and a nice warm coop He knows he would have to pay for it some way You Will Be Wise to Buy Ladies urnishings where the lure of below cost prices is not held out to you Come here and meet those keen minded buyers who always know whereto get the most real value for their money Great Reduction in SUIT Sbl We have in stock a complete line of beautifully tailored suits of the best materials and WORKMANSHIP Arils 8 Turnbulls PEOPLES FORUM MAKES CORRECTION To the Editor of the Winchester News- I see in your paper of Monday evening an account of the automobile accideuj which occurred on the Boon esboo pike on Saturday evening when I was the driver of the car In the first place I was not running at highspeed at all If such were true the car would have been completely demolished and the occupants killed or seriously injured- In the second place I did not lose control of the car All who were vith me will bear me out iii my state ment which I will now give you I was running very slowly and biowed the horn for the bridge a num her of times As we neared the bridge a buggy with two men in it on the other side of the bridge and turn in completelyaacross the road leaving me but very little space to pass To keep from hitting time buggy I turned off the pike and struck the telephone post the only thing I could do without hit ting the buggy and in all probability killing the two men Upon my part the accident was altogether unavoid able and had the men in the buggy given me half the road which I was entitled to there would have been no accident My car was disabled but fortunately we all escaped un injured with the exception of slight bruises Time men in the buggy drove offvery rapidly after the accident not even stopping to see the extent of the injury We all thought maliciousness on the part of the men in time buggy This is a correct statement which I lOpe you will publish in justice tome after your article in Mondays paler H CLAY THOMPSON GO TO BrownProctoria PHARMACY For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore Phone us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phones 370CHAS A HOSEY Prop POPULAR VAUDEVILLE HOUSE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT The Winchester Auditorium The atre that iis eciV playing vaude vide d inn the pasjseason will close Saturdaynig rt n OIfJ1Ionda night wilHoln jjipio fn st class pic mire 1t management has made arrangements with the Pitts burg Calcium Light and Film Conway to supply them with the vet host license picture put on the mar Ctrlhe plans the new venture wit run by is to give two sew licensee pictures at each show and the price will be 5 cents There will bt an nfternochsession for the benefit of those that do not attend at night from 330 to 430 p in Time nigh shows will begin promptly at 7 oclocl anti continue until 10 oclock Tin best pictures obtainable will be use such as Biagraph Yitagraph Pathe Selig Western Eddison Essesany and all of the licensed makes The balance of this week will continue itli the vaudeville The two acts on the bill Monday night was very goof and played to a fair audience Eddie Kne doing a Jew act is very clove and drew several big laughs rs dim Morris and Daly in an Irish act A matinee with a complete change ol program has been arranged foi Thursday and Saturday afternoons rl 230 and each lady attending thu matinee will be presented with a bane some souvenir picture and each chin that buys a ticket will get a nice basket of candy As this is time las week of vaudeville the house shoulr be packed each night- UNCLAIMED LETTERS Aldrige M G Arnold Mrs Lizzie Dellinger L E Figgin Miss Maggie Gogan C I Hackworth Mrs Gallic Halsey Z M ITardin Miss Maybel Holland Miss Ethel Gray Jones Miss Nefrma Lee Lutes Ward Riggs Carlos Schaffer 0 A Stevenson N W Stout Miss Vrda Todd JE Co Wells Mrs John JOHN G WHITE Postmaster BUYS INTEREST OF PARTNER Mr George Ramsey Monday pur chased the interest of his partner Mr W LBramblctt in the saloon a business on North Main street Classified Advertisements Ic a word for a single mserhca 2c a word for three consecutive In sertions yzc a word for each additional sertion Oc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion tenIfor 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 IFor Insurance on Your Tobacco Office In McEldowney Builldfng Home Phone 729 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldg Phone tRr LOST Gold rimless spectacles Fri CollegeBurnsRobbins News office 11213t 171years11212t ROOMS FOR RENTOn East Broadway Apply to Miss Kate Ramsey Ross store 1118Gt FOR SALENew organ Times N Todd phones 105 l18Gt turkeysMrsphone 33211171mo 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 t at once For money rent or good atEctonsLOST COW Strayed from my place on the Muddy Creek pike P4 miles from Winchester on the night of November 13tha large red cow with dark nose and knees Any in formation as to her whereabouts will be rewarded by calling East Tenn phone 422 rings1117tf TUNGSTENLAMPSThe Fee Company in order to encourage the use of current have arranged with lTingstenLamps150 watt lamp w 170 100 watt lamp 120 50 watt lamp 90 10 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a number of useful electrical appliances possiIeWIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ii he county is the Winchester Rolle Iills Why not use hrme flourtbl- est made Kerr perfection anr Vhite Pearl flour has no canal CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel French Dry Clcan ing pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone 528 Winchesi ter Kv is H82wksfn I tai When you buy coal fr inus you gettingit MUST GO My stock of millinery to make room for holiday stock Everything in mil= linery at cost for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin 111S8tISewer pipe of all sizes af reason able prices Royse Boone 11143t matcrialI UIfTN IIIn trel02e Cubit D R OFTCB VIceFmldent Asst Cubic I Clark Couiity- National Bank Established 1865 ol Merchants Farmers IAccounfs Traders Solicited Collection Made on7AII Points Capital and SurplusA350 J FARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improved1 and on good pike not more than or T miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 111tr PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Attorneys at Law 3tH FLer MaEldomey Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at taw fflce 5th Floor McEldowney Bnildi it Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney at Lan 10 S gain St Winchester Ky V W Bush 6 Company- FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE KcELDOWNEY Phone 145 SHORTHAND Standard EhonoffrapliJ Mest legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street nome phone 737 DRINK PkiIaMore Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am corapelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff 1015tf Now is the limo to buy Red Star coal for winter months Royse Boone 111431 NOTICE On account of the death of my hus band W II Young I will sell the en tire stock of goods including a gen rtionsmgiranmisljiQpcnicd by him at t iIRStSE YOUNGf illU t t a t uult THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER l I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known forits durability and good work Wilhbe pleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Yillel1 Jeither for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS News office t 1SfarU143t- WINCIESTERIDEAHUSTLE