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TMi Last Edition Fr VOLUME 5 NO33 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II fRAUDULENT USE OF THE MAILS Raids Are So Important That Post master General Hitchcock Too Charge in Person NEW YORK Nov 23In raids so important that Postmaster General Hitchcock took charge in person his inspectors fell on two concerns Monday afternoon which they charge with swindling the public out of more than 40000000 by the fraudulent Ifuse of the malls Sheldon 11 Burr president of the Burr Brothers Eugene IT Burr secretary and treasurer of the firm and Frank II Tobcy its vicepresident were arrested in the first raid anc held in 20000 ench c The Governmentcharges that UK firm sodl between 40000000 am 50000000 of mining and oil stock t worth little or nothing Wireless Man is Taken TI Charles L Vaughn a director of the Continental Wireless Telegraph and Telephone Company incorporat ed in Arizona was taken in the sec ond raid and held in 10000 bail Inspectors say his company has sold stock to the amount ofat least a mil lion dollars which has brought in no return to the investors Vaughn is treasurer of the Columbia Finance Company which acts as fiscal urgent for the Continental Wire less Telegraph and Telephone Company and had charge of the Conti nental offices here Both raids Monday arc in further ance of Government warfare against the alleged interstate swindlers The campaign began several months ago and has resulted in the arrest of Louis Cella and his associate charged wroth operating a string of bucket shops The officers of the United Wireless Company the El Progresso Banan Company the Unit ed Exchange of Chicago the Steele Miller Cotton Firm of Corinth IissI and more thrn sixty other firms in all parts of the country Public Fleeced of 100000000 Postmaster General Hitchcock es timates thatthe public has been fleeced out of at least 100000000 by gctrichquick concerns in the last five years but he says the heyday has gone Time Post office Department under the present administration intends to keep after them every minute and Mr Hitchcock said Monday that other arrests involving corporations that hove sought investors the lengthand breadth of the country are expected shortly FARM SOLD Mr T W Rash sold 30 acres of farnam1 beyond the reservoir Tuesday for 135 per acre and other con siderations to Alva Perkins of Springfield Ky SHIPPERS HAD A THUR INNINGS Contention Was That the Advance Were Net Justified Before Inter state Commerce Commissiont WASHINGTON Nov 23The shippers had their innings Monday in the contest before the Interstate Commerce Commission over the sus I p ended proposed increases in freight rates on the Eastern trunk lines Their contention was that the advances were not justified and that the real solution of the problem of meet ing a railroads needs for greater net income lay in the introduction oc 1 scientific principals in management This was the burden of the whole days proceedings the only witness for the railroads being President Jos eph Ramsey of the Ann Arbor rail road former head of the Wabash r system who defended the proposed increases as vitally necessary in view of the increased cost of operation and materials The hearing will con tinue through the week and the com mission will not be prepared to decide the case which involves an increased t tariff on several thousand articles of traffic until well into next year The shippers presentation of their contention is in Lomiisb D Brandeis of Boston j representing the commercial organizations of the At mantic Seaboard who sprang his principle doctrine in his 1 statement of the cia at the outset l1 Ji 1 t THE WINCHESTER NEWS of Mondays hearing His witnesses were II K Hathaway and James Mapes Dodge of Philadelphia both heads of big manufacturing concerns Mr Brandies elicited from them that under the application of scientific principles of their business a notable gain had accrued to both then plants and their men 0 E ButreI field counsel for the New York Cen theske to the scientific doctrine had actually brought about any improvement- S SUNDAY PAPERS ARE CON DfMNfD It is Charged By Methodist Confer ence That Comics Detract From a Interest in Sunday SchooJ PADUCAII Ky Nov 23Vith he reading of the appointments Mon day afternoon the Memphis Methodist Conference adjourned to meet next year in Memphis The conference went on record aabeing opposed to the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquordThe committee on introduced a resolution placing a ban on Sunday newspapers and urging the reading of religious literature Reference to the Sunday paper brought out a warm discussion some members favoring excluding this feature of the resolutions However the original resolution was unani mously adopted and the Memphis Conference is prohibited from further reading of Sunday newspapers Condemnation of the funny sheets of the Sunday papers was just as ed in point of bitterness as the coiwV themselves It was charged that the comics detracted from the interest of children in the Sunday school ENTIREISCREMATEDHezekiah in nection With Crime Though Evi dence is Purely Circumstantial MARYVILLE Mo Nov 23Oda IF Ilubbell a farmer near Barnard Mo and his wife and two children were shot and killed at their home Monday night by a man who set fire to their house to conceal the crime Ilexekiah Roseo of Barnard was arrested in connection with the crime The evidence against Rosco is purely a circumstantial It is said hubbell hind won a large amount of money from him in a card game Time bodies of the victims were burned badly but it is plain that they were shot liubbell and his wife were each 30 years oldand the children killed were Jessie a girl and Welton a boy This constituted the entire fam J ily Roseo is an ExConvict He learned the shoemakers trade in prison and has worked in St Jos eph and Kansas City since his re lease He returned to Arkoe a year ago and has been living with farmers near his old home Roseo was taken to St Joseph Monday evening because of fear of mobviolence there- MEETING OF DIRECTORS A meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Commercial Club will be held at the office of Secretary Hamp ton in the McEldowney building Wednesday night at 8 oclock HIDDEN LOVE AFFAIR REVEALED BY TRAGEDY NEW YORK Nov 23Step by step the trunk mystery by which Al bent C Collier an almost unknown French artist was the victim and William Lewis a former waiter the alleged slayer unfolded Wednesday in a manner to indicate that robbery on the pant fo Lewis was the motor for the crime There are also hints ofa hidden love affair aside from the romance of Lewis who jilted Miss Ellen Enriglvt a pretty trained nurse on the day set for their wedding January 10 1905 This added element of mystery is supplied by the unproved statement ithot Callier was once married but separated from his wife about the ttiUI ItQfonncd a friendship with Lewis v a BRAVERY OfI ANEMPLOYE Prevented Burglars From Looting Safe of Block Light Company in ed Youngstown Ohio- YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Nov 23- ticking to the telephone which he1 held in one hand while he shot three yeggs who were plugging at hire through a window 20 feet away Hen ry Curry engineer for the Block Light Jompany Monday at midnight finally succeeded in summoning the police and preventing the burglars from looting the companys safe The burglars gagged and bound Englehcrt Amann the watchman and battle between Curry and two of the burglars in which Curry shot one of the trio followed They were carrying away their wounded com panion when they looked into the fice window and saw Curry at timei telephone Four shots were fired a him three flattening against the safe foot from his head and the other saturIdnyroll had been made up The cont pany was suspicious and notified the was hit on the head witha revolver but fought the three yeggs for feet along the shipping roan till they bested him He was frightfully wounded aril is in si serious cgitditioriis issThefwo men the heart of the citand takingan to owl trolley car west They got off at Mositr and were rushing along a lane toward the Erie Railroad yards re A roh crs in baud when Policemen Calvey and Collins overpowered them They had nitroglycerin and dynamite caps and a blo1hH1H1Ied rcvolvci their possesion They gave their on names as Thomas Saxtonand Prank his Engle and are believed to be mem bers of the gang which had been op erating Toledo and this vicinity Time police have no trace of the third man MUST SERVE TERMe IN FEDERAL PRISON D Warren Editor of Appeal to Reason Must Pay Fine For Defaming Character of W S Taylor ST PAUL Minn Nov 23F D Warren of Girard Kan editor of a paper Appeal to Reason must serve term of six months in the Fcderrl prison at Leavenwortih Ivan and pay a fine of 1000 imposed by p jury in the United States Court in Kansas The sentence of that court was affirmed ban order of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals filcdolHby Judge Hook wrote time opinion and concurredrWarren was accused of sending through the United States mails en elopes on the outside of which wa printed 1000 reward will be paid to any person who kidnaps exGov Taylor and returns him to the Kentucky authorities The indictment charged that the words were scurrilous defamatory and threatening in ehnractcr and tended to reflect injuriously on the character of William S Taylor Time opinion of Judge Hook held that Congress had almost unlimited power to prescribe postal regulations that whether the words were true 01 false the outside of an envelope was no place for them WILL MAKE NO- APPA FOR BAIL Parents of Accused Man Are in Se rious Condition and Physicians Are in Attendance ELKTON Ky Nov 23STonl ton ho bybthe defense in the case of Morris Banks who shot and killed his aunt Mrs Fennel A Sebree at Trenton Saturday morning stated Monday afternoon that his client will waive examining erial and that no appli = cation will be made for bail No further steps will therefore be taken in the ease until the grand jury of tlfc December term of the Todd Client Court which convenes on December 5 has repotted the result of its iiu cbtlgattottr7 INo change whatever is apparent in demeanor and his same air of absolute indifference is noticeable Hd has inquired as to his mothers condition but this is the nearest ap proach he has made to a discussion of the tragedy with his family or those who call to see him and he is likewise noncommunicative with his fellowprisoners The condition of the young mans parents it is report is far from improved but on the contrary is said to be growing steadily worse Physicians are still in at bothI tiand brother and nephew respectively of Banks victim are at the Sebrec farm and will spend several days here looking after the affairs of Mrs Sebree S V Trimble of IIopkinsville whot was among the counsel for Mrs SeIbree in the celebrated will case has been retained to assist the prosecu tion and James R Mallory his as sociate at law is now the District Commonwealths Attorn- eyNFLUENCED TO SELL VOTES Two Former Councilmen Af PittsI burg Must Go ot Jail For AccePt ing Bribes in OfficihL Capacity PHILADELPHIA Nov 23Two- former Councilmen of Pittsburg by decision announced Monday by the tate Superior Court in this city must go to jail for accepting bribes influence their votes as Council men Time court sustained the convictions against M F Swift Jr and V Simon in the Allegheny Circuit Court the former for receiving 8110 for his vote in favor of vacating a city street and the latter for accepting a like bribe for his vote the street ordinance and 100 for vote ona measure designating certain banks as depositories for city funds Simon also was convicted of receiving 325 for his vote on the ban ordinance but the conviction was set aside Monday by the Superior Court i1e icvcrsal on this indictment how ver will not benefit Simon as he was given one sentence on the two indictments by the lower court In the bank case against Simon the court held that a oueslifm asked John F Klein the alleged bribery agent by the defense should not have been ruled out by the trial Judge The was Did state oflItheyou your or other means in this case and others have the bank ordinances illegal declare1I The Superior Court holds Klein a confessed bribegivcr was the principal witness in the case the question was proper as a test of his credibility NO EXCURSIONI TO UXINGTON Manager Scott of the Lexington OpI era House is Unable to Secure Attraction and Special is Called Off It was announced some time since that an excursion would be run to Lexington cn TiVikpgivtir Tlii has been called off because of the inability of Mr Charles Scott mrn agcr of the Lexington opera house to secure a good attraction for that day POST OFFICE The postoffice will open Thanksgiving Day from 10 a m to 11 a in 1pmto2pmG30pmtoiCity Ruralcarriers will be on duty at above named hours No business wall be transacted in the mone3 order and registry departments JOHN G WHITE Postmaster RETURNS FROM DANVILLE Mr Richard Toohey who liar been at Danville for the past three wreck buying and killing turkeys for Too hey Bros in this city returned to this home in this city Tuesday Hell can have no terror for the pool sootier who marries a saint BUSINESS TO BESUSPENDED Practically No Business Will Be Conducted on Thanksgiving Day votional Services at First Presby terian Church Thursday November 24th k Thanksgiving day mud business fo the greater part of the day in all lin es will be suspended The banks o the city will not open at all the rura route carriers will not go out ani postoffice will be closed Tin merchants will take half holiday They will open in tile morning anc close about noon There has beet nothing arranged for amusement no will there be c football game here A large crowd of people who are terested in the game between Stat and Central at Lexington will g over in the afternoon Every auto mobile has been engaged and as ther will be no special train many wil gq over on the early morning trains Thanksgiving services will be lick at the First Presbyterian church conducted by Rev John S Banks pastor of the Episcopal church MATINEE AT AUDITORIUMI THANKSGIVING DAY AT 230 A brand new bill will open at the matinee Thursday afternoon at 230 On the bill are two splendid acts Mumble Elaue in a sinigng and danc ing act and the two musical Renicks r in a black face act These two acts is far above the average and should draw a big house at each show A special treat is in store for the children and ladies that attend this matinee as every lady that is present Thursday and Saturday matinee will be presented with a beautiful pic tnre and every child that buys a lick et will be given a nice box or basket of candy Messrs Bloomfield Rat liff purchased this candy while in St Louis and by buying a lathe quantity are enrbled to give a large basket to each child that buys a ticket at the Thursdays and Saturdays matinees MAKE DONATIONS TO- ASSOCIATED CHARITIES A nice donation of not underwear Was made this week by Scrivcnc Bros Co to the Associated Charities mud the popular firm of Allen S Murphy gave a number of boys cap The officers wish to extend thank for these liberal and useful ations MOTOR WAGON IS REPAIRED Had Been Out of Commission For Several Weeks on Account of c Broken ShaftIThe automobile hose wagon at tic engine house which has been out of commission for several weeks on acv ccunt oft broken shaft has bee repaired and is now in running order Mr IT IT Rippey was sent here from the factory to repair the broken pail and to adjust the machine and Wed nesday morning it was taken out for a test NOTICE Time ladies of the Central Baptist church will serve court day dinner in the opera house block Monday Noveinber 28 Among other dishes will be served oyster Soup and coun try iliam Everybody invited i F H HAGGARD BUYS PROPERTY Purchases Interest of Mr H S Gil key in Residence of the Late Mrs Alice Gilkey Mr F H Haggard Wednesday purchased the 19 interest of Mr IT S Gilkey in the residence prop cite of the late Mrs Alice Gilkey located on Hickman street He also purchased Mr Gilkeys interest i- ntO houses and lots on Fairfax street subject to theilife estate of Mrs Ev Wvest andonc on Georgia street sub r I it joct to the life estate of Mr Millard Scearce The price was private RESIDENCE SOLD Mr Vic Bloomfield manager of the Blue Grass Realty Company Wednes day sold the residence property of R P Scobee on Burns avenue to Mr Charles Finnell The price was and other considerations EXECUTION OF DR1 CRIPPEN Takes Place in Yard of Pentonville Prison For the Murder of His Wife Belle Elmore LONDON Nov 23Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen was hanged at 902 Wednesday morning in the yard of Pentonville prison for the murder of his wife Belle Elmore Public Executioner Ellis of Roch lale who hanged a wife murderer at Liverpool Tuesday arrived in Lon Ion Tuesday evening The scaffold was erected Tuesday A few tenements overlook the prison yard and to bar the tenants from s glimpse of the tragedy a big canvass screen was put up before the galn lowsOnly a small group of official wit nsses attended and every effort was made to prevent morbid crowds from gathering in the neighborhood The body will probably be buried in quicklime in the prison yard This is is custom at Pentonville although sFatherpen frequently entered the prison at oclock Tuesday evening to spend the night with the condemnedman and to walk wpth Dr Crippen to the to scaffoldAn paper caused much oitement by flooding the city wiUmT placards that Dr Crippen had a written confession Every one in a position to know deny this Ethel Lcricve said I was the last person to see Dr Crippen and so far is my knowledge extends he has not mode such a statement Ethel Lencve has hooked passage on the steamship Majestic which sails from Southampton for New York Thursday TRAGEDY IN- ANIMAL LIfE Twice a Day Dog is Wheeled Out ir His PerambulatorScorns Undog ly Weakness LONDON Nov 23The pathetic sight ofa youthful bulldog Leon heeled helplessly in a perambulatoi ted like an invalid and treated like f baby is the latest tragedy of anima lifeCut off by an unheroic acciden from the enthusiastic and martial ac Mvity dear to his Timid Baby a 50 English bulldog belonging to Mrs Freeman of Esher now finds his ul most excitement a daily ride in perambulatorBaby seven months old antI yet owing to his accident which ha paralyzed his back be is already i dog that has had his day Fondly cherished by his owner anllc his nurse he regards life from hii pram like ct shrewd warrior takinr his rest He caunot even wag hiI short kinky bulldog tail when he wants to say Thank you but tip pathetic eyes express a million tail wags Every morning he is bathed dress td and fed and twice a day he i wheeled out in his pearmbulator bt iiis nurse having first been tucked up n warm blankets His headrests 1 fluffy cushion and a fluffy rug goe over the woolen wraps lIe is fedon fish bread and milk and other invalid de1ie ciesTher he is naughty as even invalid war riors will be he is shown a stick ane1 the sight of it is enough His nurse Miss Ethel Davis whose attentions are quite voluntary love the broken warrior and spares ne trouble to make the autumn of1 summerless life as co fias racy be There ore times when Baby seem to be crying fearlessly when all hi facial wrinkles are drawn up tremulously so that the fears seem iui minent He conquers his undo l g weakness and assume oJf rimcynical expieasionY 11J t l WEATHER Fair and Colder Tonight Thursday Fair XXX X x NO PAPER THURSDAY x x x x In order that our employes x x may observe Thanksgiving x x Day there will be no issue of x x The News on Thursday x x tEtiID x fROM MINE SHAH Men Caught in Workings of Mine Which Caught Fire Are Hoisted to Surface CANON CITY Colo Nov 28 Miners caught in the workings of the Fremont mine of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company which iook fire iii an underground mule stable late Tuesday afternoon are being hoisted to the surface one by one through an air shaft which offers the only way ofescape More than 160 have reached the surface and mine officials declare that all but two of the men have been communicated with and are known to be safe It is hoped these iWo are safe The fire has been driven to the m in haulage shaft by ventilating air car rents and the main shaft is now burning fiercely Many of the miners still underground have bwuticed themselves in chambers where thi air good and wil lawait rescue parties before attempting to reach their The main passages are fullof smoke and they were ordered to wait until the fan at the air shaft could clear the passages before attempting escape WO INJURED IN- RUNAWAY ACOIOENI Dr George Boehm and Mrs Boclnti Are Found Hanging tin Separate Trees After Team Was Killed GREENSBDRG Penn Nov 23 Dr George Boehm and Mrs Boehm were found hanging on trees alQiii a ittcam Uw r Pennsylvania Railroadfcracks a hun Bred from away They were driving about two hundred feet above the track when the horses became frightened and plun cd over the steep hillside Mrs Boehm was thrown into the branches of a tree while her husband contoured jwitii the runaway Horses until he losyhis Jiolu and wa also pitched into tree The fia landed on the tracks in lime tn hct ground to pieces by a heavy frt trainThe train crew with ropes rescued the doctor and his wify Mrs Boehm was unconscious B th were taken to Ilcrminie where their in juries were dressed The preliminary work of Congress will start Wednesday wlien a sub 2ommittce of the appropriation Corn mittee meets to begin framing thc legislative executive and judicialap propriation bill The measure carries about 35000000 and pays the sal aries and expenses of Government officials The special council committee on a reenumeration of Louisville will rec ommcnd that no further steps in that direction be taken the sentiment being that the time is too short for effective work- manA gets little credit for what he does in this world and lots of blame for what he doesnt TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALEHarness saddles hug gy robes horse blankets horse col lars etc E A Lowry No7 IL Broadway11231mo FOR RENT Three upstairs rooms 1forJ light housekeeping Gas and water 19 Beckner street Mrs M 1B Locknanc 1123tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a spec laity Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark B Tan nor manager postolfiec lox 454 jO- t K phone 541 Winchester Jvy J 1ft J j If y J AI HPane Two THE WINCHESTER NEWS TilE HlflunCuiLii NEWS tf it t ji An Independent dews Pise IPublished by News CoN I Incorporated i Sfflce 209111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky r Daily Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 irJ ill gsth Pfconas Ho IIjit SUBSCRIPTION RATES r By all i Daily one year 300 Months 150Six eo n One Month 25 Payable in advance THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN II ADVERTISING BY THE f t w GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGOI IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES IiBRANCHES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1910 THE ROOSEVELT PROGRAM 1 Elimination of special interests from politics 2 Complete and effective public ity of corporation affairs 3 Passage of laws prohibiting the use orcorporatefunds directly or in dircctlyfor political pinposes 4 Government supervision of the capitalization nbt only of public scr vice corporations but of all corpora lions doing an interstate business 5 Personal responsibility of offi cers and directors of corporations that break the law Increased power of the Feder al Bureau of Corporations and the Interstate Commerce Commission to C PYRIGt1T1910 flEISHER BROS ttPt1ILADELPH IA I control industry more effectively 7 Revision of the tariff schedule at a t cv tl2 information furnished by an tariff commission 8 Graduated income tax graduated inheritance tax 9 Readjustment of the financial system in such a to prevent repetition of nancial panics 10 Maintenance of an my and a navy large enough sure the respect of other a guarantee of peace 11 Use of national icsourc the benefit of all the people 12 Extension of the work Departments of Agriculture national and State goer of agricultural colleges and ment stations so as to take phases of life on the farm 13 Regulation of the conditions of labor by means of prehensive workmens acts State and national laws ulate child labor and tire women enforcement of better tation conditions for workers tension of the use of safety in industry and commerce in and between the States 14 Clear division and between the national and the State governments 15 Direct primaries with corrupt practices acts 1C Publicity of campaign THAT COSY CORNERI eyoii have so long wanted iS neithoi a matter of csnutch labor or expense as you may imagine Our mill work will supply practically ever thin needed from the window frames and sashes to the panels for the seat All ready to put together even by your seelit Jnnun At1 bUti lS no tonly before election after election rs well 17 Prompt removal of unfaith and incompetent public servants 18 Provisions against the per of any service for inter corporatIons or the reception any compensation from such cor atious by national officers These principles do not suit the of either party or the business interests But they rpprovcd by the masses of the HOUSES FOR- PUBLIC MEETINGS A movement is gaining strength the country to make the public buildings a place for public In Chicago eight of the buildings have been tendered use for any kind of public meet the tendency of which may be to the public welfare and in rural districts the same thing is done This is as it should be is economy in that it saves the nfe of hiring public halls The ol buildings belong to the people arc paid for by the people nil maintained by the people then should not th cpeople use them about six hours a clay for five s in the week for nine or Js I months in the year tli are occupied by the teachers pupils The remainder of the more than onehalf of the day acid all of the nights the build cafe idle fr rceell lings to getni closer touch with public schools mid there is no bettor way of doing it than by go thisbfitly weihavC two good school build inns In one of them there is an as senlbly room where nonpolitical meetings of proper character and purpose could lie held We most re spectfully suggest to our Board of Education that the meetings of the Board be held at one of the buildings rand that tle public be notified through the paper and invited to rttcnd While we know that the Board would be glad to have the public es peemlljr1 the patrons take nor in terest in tlie service that they- rvithbtitheonntnsation give we at the same time know being of the common people that the Board will never have the cooperation which it wants and deseidesso long as it meets in a private QJJlC The people just simply will not go to a private office of any kind for a public meeting unless plBto the pefJple and invite the public whether the people come or not and anich of the adverse criticism tHat has been mnde on the Board will bc avoided We have an cxccllcn Board but it has made a mistake r not keeping in close touch with the common people Down in Mississippi there is an in vcstjgrtion on of the alleged briberj in the election of United States Senator Percy last winder Wise man agement may prevent Kentucky from being placed isi the Illinois and Miss issippi class We demand the immediate repeal of tine tariff nit pulp print paper lumber timber and logs and that IhEsu articles be plaited on the free list The aboye is from the National Democratic platform adopted at St Repubhierying out the party pledges Now the Democrats will have a chance to to deem their party pledge by am or HJ 1 ND now comes feast of fellow ship and Thanksgiving Fes tival To be grateful for all good things rendered to be mindful of all good things to come that is the great the holiday spirit Among the many good things are SteinBlochtt i t d Clothes H You can do honor to any occasion if dressed in any oj our new mod els in Fall Suits and Overcoats Note these prices and be thankful tl Suits and Overcoats f t 3 iilOtO25Q 5 per cent off for cash with S H Green Trading Stamps ALLAN MURPHYi r r mediately placing on the free list articles named In addition to furnishing the county farm with our own paper ve save the exchanges for the benefit of tile inmates We also tape all that are able to go on our annual outings The keeper Mr E C Kissenger vo knew when he was a waif on the streets of Lexington K yills ex perience in early life combined with a kindly heart has made him an ideal mast to have in charge the poor and unfortunate Mr Kissenger was to get papers Tuesday afternoon SixItcellgiving that were raised on the farm by his good wife that they would kill two We have come to the con clusion that it is not so bad to b a pauper if Mr and Mrs Ed Kissen ger are to care for us There is no more probability of Canada being annexed to the United States than of the United States be ing annexed to Canada D ngeltstotsndrew great crowds by having store optican views in connection with his sermons Among them were moon shine stills and the picture of a num her of Kentucky mountain feudist one of them having killed 37 mon Bosh SAVES AN IOWA MANS tiFF The very grave seemed to yiwn be fore Robert Madsne of West Burlington Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Thor was shown the marvelous curativi power of Electric Bitters For af ter eight months of frightful suffer jug from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from othei remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine comjTlelel1 cured him Its positively trin tec for Stomach Liver tip Killll iron bles and never disappoints Otily50c at the Winchester drug store AN IDEAL XMAS GIFTIt Have some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont dc lay Christmas will be here before you realize it 11193wkseo- dClark County Farms For Sale 0 NO 1 137 acres 6 miles south of Winchester NO2 121 acres 7 miles south of WinchesterNO 8GVk acres 612 miles south of Winchester Each of these farms are on good improveInentssell because of ill health Bargain if sold at once J B MARTIN RR No7 Winchester Kentucky Home phone 490Y- MILLINERY AT COST Everything in the line at cost for next 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwjn II188t THE AUDITORIUM THEATREi INC MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS November 21 and 22 Eddie KaneC- omedian I Morris and Daily- Mr Morris A Natural Irishman assisted by Miss Ida Daly in a refined Comedy Singing Talking and Dancing Act MATINEE Thursday and Saturday I 230 P M A Handsome Souvenir Pic ture will be given to each lady present and every child that buys a ticket will be given a nice box of Candy at these Matinees BICOMFJELD Si RATLIFFH PROPRIETORS III Rich Luxuriant Furs 7 ro Furs of that dependable quality for which this store is noted In Nothing Is Quality So Necessary If you wish tn be absolutely sura of thetQuality Dependable Satisfaction and Correctness of Style of your furs this season call at Winchesters Dry Goods Store and make your selection All Furs carry our guarantee of absolute satisf fic tion Muffs and Scans Curry Dry Goods Co w LARGE SALES rALL PROFITS THATS OUR METHOD 1 The bodies of John G Carlisle for mer Secretary of the Treasury and his wife will be transferred from Washington to Covingtou the last of this week for final interment Bargain Shoes IN Misses Wear We have 50 pairs of Misses 250 200 and X150 shoes in sizes from 8 12 to 2s that we are closing out at millineryII HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN- at Earps studio for Xmas presen- tsll193wkseod 98cCome Have A Look and You Will Buy ACCORD PHilliPS Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY ONLY 4c IN STAMPS for a sample bottle of the FINEST FRENCH PERFUME WxrtaatoacetoourAmerica Offices SentUw and we will mall you a satmost exquisite Uelis tlul extract you eycrjiscd RcUU price for atlarce iottleAll Theaters AHtdilrtRlE pJllllUp ED PIN UO DID HEW YDKCEPTM i THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Three t 1 That Thanksgiving Gams ie a Bird Why lose your temper trying to carve that bird with a dull knife when you can have one pfoui evenly tem pered sets We can show you a line that is sure to please you Fit purse 11r GVH BOWENJeWelero =1mdaa 20 S Main St WINCHESTER KY L ItWinchesters Biggest Enterprise IS TODD BROTMERS Big Department Store Less than five years ago we opened up our present business then it only required four persons to wait upon its trade since then the business has grown until today it requires three times as many people to accommodate the fast growing tradeIIWhy Oh Why Is ThisIThe answer is that by giving the gcoplcytlic best goods to be had at the least money and by fair and honest treatment has increased this business to its present proportions ft TO THE GREAT PLAIN PEOPLE- We want you to hnow that we are your friends and by trading with us you can save many dollars during the year and greatly increase your pocketbook Suits Cloaks and Skirts at About 13 off the Regular Price CH1LBRENS RAn CAPES A full assortment just received These will keep them dry 1I DRY GOODS NOTIONS h Hosiery Blankets Comforts and the famous MENTOR Under wear for women and children Furs cheap Union Thankghill g nilcs will p rrShoeShoes i We have the shoes you are looking for both in style quality and prices Very few other shoes are- aS good none better IH lT Department store iosJBi-g UNJON SERVICE be held at the First Presbyterian fliurch on Thursday morning at 1030 oclock Rev John S Banks of the Episcopal church will conduct the services 78 FOR THE ThanksgivingDnner Solid Pack Bay Oysters 45c Per Quart Large Oysters QuartiiCape Cod Cranberries 12Zc Per Quart Large Michi 9w 712c Per Bunch Small Michigan Celery 5v Per Bunch Dressed Chickens 50c to 100 New Jersey Sweet Potatoes hf 30c Per Package Fancy Curled Lettuce 20c Per Pound Fresh Potato Chips 25c Per Pound I 1CHEESE p Roquefort wie Zed bnpetial Edna Brick Full Creams 2 Buy Early While The Stock Is Complete eon w WeathersIiP Both Phones No 40 i 4r i t t j B CLIFTON B ROSS H- uer Economy The success of this store is built on quality on the class of trade who realize true economy is a matter of values rather than prices that the buying of cheap garments cheaply made is false ecqnomy We never studied quality more carefully than in our selections cf Fall Suits Skirts and Waists It is a charming assortment of prices absolutely the lowest for the values they representtStrictly Reliable Furs THERE IS MORE TO BE CONSIDERED than price in selecting furs Quality style workmanship and refined appearance are factors that should be critically considered before you decide In buying here you are sure of the utmost poisible value as every piece we show is the best ofits kind andcomparison will demonstrate that our prices in every instance aretlower than equivalent grades can be bought anywhere else in this coun try We have now ready for inspection all the fashionable models in fur neckpieces muffs small furs and novelties of all kinds in vogue this season The Selection 01 Your Suit Made Easy The selection of your fall and winter suit is a problem easily solved with a stock as large and varied in design as ours t We ftlly appreciate that it is a perplexing task to make such a selection andIthis knowledge as well as a desire to give our patrons a selection of the VERY HIGHEST QUALITY and range of pattern has led us to se cure a fall stock of suits exceptional beauty and quality Our suits offer the opportunity to select garments of the highest quality of the most DISTINCTIVE STYLISH EFFECTS IN FABRICS at once beau tiful and serviceable Inspect Our Stock We Give So He Green Trading Stamps I eLl F T 0ROSSin r lEljh uJrr Exchange The ladies of the Central Brptist chufch will have un exchange Saturday in the opera house block not chocolate and rosettes will be served Miss Fannie Curry teacher of the Flynn school will spend Tlmnks giying with her mother Mrs A T Curry Miss Get truh I3uuhi1i leave Wcdnpj day night to spend Thanksgiving with Miss Nancy Hampton in Madison eoulltyIMiss Edna Ramsey is somewhat better Mr and Mrs M J Toohoy have mite to Harrodsburg to remain dur ing the turkey season Miss Clara Benton continues quite ill Misses Gertrude and Queen Blake will spend Thanksgiving in Lexington Mrs Sara Lisle is visiting Mrs JohnSmithon the Boonesboro pike Mrs Matt Bean will attend the golden wedding celebration of Mr and Mrs T J Delaney Mrs Gordon Stevenson and son raster Prewitt Burch will go to Georgetown Wednesday afternoon to Ji I Gold Seasonable Jewelry For Men pcndrThanksgiving Dr Geort garden of itiritEs here to attend the rcvivac01 t j at the Mist Baptist church Mrs G L Wainseott will leave Wednesday Ho spend Thnnksgiving with her uncle Mr Warren Rogers in Bourbon county ON LEGAL BUSINESS County Attorney S T Davis left Wednesday morning for Bath county to attend to some legl matters GOES TO PARIS Prof RL M Shipp will go to Pari- 1ri1i y to attend the mooting of th touchurs of the Ashland Congres sional District FOR SALE fflftlflft Seven Berkshire boars ready fo service and three gilts J C McClure R R No5 Winchester Ky1114tf Fruit cakes for Thanksgiving at The Winchester Bakery 1555TI W or IStyles Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chain Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Bald VVin BrosSign of Big Wath 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY jLd 1II1P I l 1 Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Is easy to travel allover the State and othc tes tfyou havent our service you should have Call our manager for full information Y I Sewer pipe of all sizes at reason able prices Royse Boone11143t ELKIN There was a large gathering at the Elkin church on Saturday night It hnd been stated in the papers that there would be a pie and candy sale for the purpose of raising money to buy an organ for the church There are a number of good musicians in the neighborhood and others having charming voices would render the corn5ninnity MrsWalter Hampton in his best style Next Miss Sallie Hodgkin mid Miss Dollia Christopher were selected to divide the combatants in a spelling r Capital S1QOOOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank O- FWINCHESTERf KY N H WITHERSOON IPresidentW R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get won derful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles J25c at the Win DrugConpanyM r Hutsell Smith Patterson I Hats for The Old ManI Hats for The Young Man Hays for The City Man Hats for The Country Man New Stylish Hats for All Men Scratch up Hats and Hats that dont Scratchup Spend a pleasant Thanksgiving under one our Hats Hutsell Smith Patterson Next to Winn Furniture Co match Twentyone were selected on each side of the church aisles and Miss Myrm Nolandof Richmond yrave outthe words The spelling was lively and many failedand took a oat amid peals of laughter Mr Vaughn of Madison made some pleas lug remarks on the meaning of pies in Greek and Latin Then MrIIouard Watts started the pie sale which last ed for a long time and was very lud ierous The candy and pies sold for occasion was interesting orderly and pleasing The citizens all took an interest in the entertainment and it was an honor to all Mr M D Lancaster of Lexington returned home Saturday after a pleas ant weeks visit with Mr J R Lisle spentj Mr G C Hays is suffering with his eyes Miss Carrie Belcher of Ford wits the guest of Mrs Lula Winboru for several days Mr John W Murphy is putting up a nice iron fence around the family grave yard of Mr J R Lisle Little George Morgerson son of Jake Morgorson died liriaywith pneumonia The burial took place Saturday at the Matt Poe graveyard on Indian creek Mr J R Lisle was the pleasant guest of Mr A A Slurp at Madison Saturday and Sunday Miss Miriam Nolen of Richmond was the guest of Mrs Clay Hodgkiu Saturday and Sunday Mrs Erneslv Lisle has had a very painful arm caused from a poisonous bite but she is now improving COpvrncwr I ILooking Forward a And Christmas will come soon the time of home gatherings and festive occasions Are you properly prepared in the way of raiment You can best express the Christmas spirit of being good to all people by being good to yourself You need appareling perhaps Visit our store look over our stocks we have everything forbgood times during the Holiday Season We show MichaelsStern Models in Suits and Overcoats and every manner of Fine Furnishings We shall expect youbefore Christmas J H Keyes Winchester Kya kf l if I Iix n 0 1 c 2 r L J Li4 i Ram Hour tI I umrr R EW I I NIOTHING them evening dress Tuxedo Prince Albert dress over tn coatjust for the good it does him to lookand feel that jV w Eway Well supply you with Hart Schaffner Marx dress clothes if we havent the exact size and perfect fit well get them a good deal sooner than it will take to have them made to order and theyll be better in every way J Bloomfelds Special Suits and OV fcoatsJ10 1250 and 15 Prices on such clothes here are low enough Business Suits X20 1030 Overcoats 18 to X34 4 Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Shop VI C Bl 0 0 M FIE L DCOTHE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY l0f t bat Read The NesJl-n t 2 rFREETO ALL SAMPLE OF WONDERFUL NEW MEDICAL DISCOV- ERYT SENT FREE TO ALL SICK OR I AFFLICTED PEOPLEIIVill mail free of charge a Vderful hew discovery to all sufferers coupon y nf11 Vscnd it to me today I want to send you this free proof treatment show you the wonderful curative powers it has Do not send money not one cent1 do I ask for this wonderful new treatment just write me Ifor 4 it using the coupon below and I will send you at once the free treatment 3 that has cured others that suffered as you now suffer I will also send x tree my book JIow to Get Well for your guidance If you have nuypf troubles fillout the coupon below and send today DR WAL SlyitX Coupon for Free TreatmentJ AND FREE BOOK H 1 Dr DJ WALSH Box 2094 BOSTON MASS Send me at ouce all charges ciIIpaid your free treatment for my My Principal Trouble Has Been case and your boonall entIrely Make a cross X is front of your t Ifree to mO trouble Two crosses XX in front of MY NAME IS the oue from which you suffer most ir TroubleJlYADDRESSaS Diabetes Heart i iease BloodrrI Diarrhoea Torpid Liver a Constipation Partial is 1 AgeHow long afflicted Indigestion LNeryOilless iI If your is not ou the list Headache Malaria opposite write the namehere Dizziness Brights Disease 1 t J CHARMING HAIR EVERY WOMAN CAN HAVE IT BY USING PARISIAN SAGE GUARANTEED BY PHILLIPS phenomeIed States since it was first introduc ed into America and the sales this year are breaking all records And the reason is plain to aIli Parisian Sage does just what it iadvertised to do Ask Phillips about it Phillips will tell you that he rigidly guarantees it to cure dandruff stop falling h1rbr itching scalp in two weeks or mon ey hckIThere is no reason whatever why any man or woman should fail to take advantage of the above generous offertBut one thing that has made Par sian so famous is its unattracpowerlive hair that many women posses s into luxuriant and radiant hair infa short time Women of refinement the country over are using it and it never disappoints Sold by leading druggists everywhere and in Winchester by Phillips for 50 cents a large bottle The gir with Auburn hair is par every pack abge7 mail Qrders filled charges Pre the rl an makers Gi YrouxDr nndMrs SR QmsenberY have returned to Grayson after n visit to friends and relatives here t Ffll RMSFOR SALE yy fc FARM K 0 15aucres iy2 miles from frametdwelling Ii rooms 2 porches good stablc iQJrsr4 acres of tobac jco Ice liouse and all other oulbuJUl ings Jag a U1i orchard in full bcarug1ent i i opd Divide into fourlots all well watered AH in grass ccept8 or 10 acres Close to 12Pi schIool Price 6000 FARM NO 258anrcs 61h miles from WincJiesJtexQnRQod pike Has tiC tw6storyfranTe dwelling of b dorydihbacco Ice house chicken houses coal house neat house corn crib 4 hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being yell wateredaud every fence in first class condition Has ypungj rchafdlIf rilPbearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter of a mile from railroad station Will all raise good tobacco at 8000- FARM NOTOO acres 6i miles from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tobacco barn hood cellar and all out buildings all in good condition vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in cul tiIlion balance in grass Withii fcASihAJi nute of gpod school church store and posioJJiCjC and blacksmill shop Price 600tr1 ARMiNQ4i4 97 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 sill necessary outbuildings well watered with pool well and creek outsdefenciii good 15 acres inj cultivation balance in grass Trice 9000 FARM NO 5110 ac s7 miles from Winchester twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms Gacre tobac outhousesIFARM NO G105 acres 5 miles from Winchester ougood pike Goon dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms essary outbuildings 12acre tobaccd- barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM QJ3j5 acres 3 miles from Winchester lias two fiverooh dwellings one 1QA11C tobacco Ijnrn plenty tobacco Nearly all in grass Price 50 per acre mileslfrom Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO 050 acres 7 miles from Winchester has twostorj frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobacco barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat Bred with wells springs and pools culI000 FARM F10300 acres 12 mil cs from Winchester Has Iwostorj frame dwelling with 7 rooms tenant house 8acre tobacco barn large tock barn nnd all necessary out buildings One of the best watered farms in the bounty 75 acres ii cultivation balance in grass j prig 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 712 mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stoek and tobacco ban which holds 4 acres of tobacco al 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 anal all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358 acres 7 miles from Winclicsje has five room dwelling 9acret6baeco barn and all iii NOT SORRY BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of i might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Har rodsburg Kr for years they saw every cure a lung rich ing cough fayvAt I tried Dr lungs Nev pJ covert The effect was It soon stopped the cough and Iam now in better health than I tilor years This won derful life an unrivaledrem edyfor coughs colds lagrippe asth snag croup whooping wateredI Ifrom4room tnant house new 10acre to bacco barn waleiair tobacco land Price 125 per acre1 FARM 1o1592 acres 71 tiles from Winchester on good pike lias twostory frame dwelling with t rooms good cellar and all outbuild ings good stock barn 10acrctobac co barn Well watered fencing goon Close to school and church Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1G70 acres 3Y miles from Winchester has two ston twframe dwelling wjlh 7 rooms utbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO 7581acres 5 miles from Winchester Unimproved land iriee 3750 FARM NO 1S103 acres nea Chilesburg has 3room tenant both well fenced and watered laud on good pike Price X105h e acre FARM NO 1O85 acres 2i mil From Winchester on good pikes tyt Has twostory frame duelling wit rooms stock barn 10acre tobc o barn all outhouses well fencjcd ind watered Price 200 per acre FARM NO 2098 acres 4 nile rom l1c lCteron good plwctwt tory frame dwelling with 7 rooms barns fill necessary outbuilding room tenant house fencing good veil watered Price 150 per acre FARM NO 21l0acres mile from Winchester and on good pike Ins small dwelling and 5acre tobte o barn well watered with Creeks There is not 40 acres of better lane In one boundary in Clark county would make an excellent truck grrden arm having railroad station at one corner of the farm Price 7900- FARM NO g120acres 9 miles from Winchester has 2story l residence of9 rooms good stock barn 13acre tobacco barn oulbuild ngs of every description all in good jonditipn 30 acres in cultivation balance in grass well watered bv landtoner creek Fine tobacco trice 130 per acre FARM Np 23100acres 41j mil s from Winchester on pike Good 2 tory 8acre tobacco yarn good stock barn and all out mildings Price 125 per acre FARM NO 2445 acres 4lniile rom Winchester Tins on it 5rooir welling 5acrc tobacco barn al1 necessary outbuildings Joins rail oad station close to school and Church Good young orchard Wei1 vatered Price 4500 FARM NO 25 227 acres on pike 12 miles from Winchester iiiilc from Mt Sterling 5room dwelling mall tenant house 10acrc tobacco yarn A No1 new stock barn wet vatered and nearly all in grass Price 85 per acre FARM NO 2G41 ceres Ibtuilc from Winchester on pike 7rooir dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 tobacco barns that hold 15 acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well vatered 135 acres bottom land Price 60 per acre FARM NO 2714 acres on good miles from Winchester oom dwelling and Well watered and fenced Has on il i good shop Price 2 X50FARIINO2837i acres miles from Winchester on good pike 2 tory frame dwelling of 7 rooms took barn nil outbuildings Close to good school churches store black smith shop Well watered Price 3500 FARM NO 71 2 miles from Winchester 4room dwelling 4acre tobacco barn all outbuildings Close to school and churches Price 6300 FARM NO 30743 acres 9 mil es from Winchester Groom frame dwelling 2 barns all necessary outbuildings good orchard plenty tim bet well watered Price 5000 WE HAVE MANY MORE FARMS O FALL SIZES AND PRICES WE ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Tracy Stoke555 JY 55 Office McEWpwney Bldgf tBoth Phones FOR consumption but atemptto last wonderful liave hemorrhages neverfailing 21j famcdVelling like outbuildings blacksmith 2f163acres cough or weak lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by the Winchester Drug Co Pumpkin apple mince peach and cream pies at The Winchester Bakery ll222t Sand cement all building materials dt Roye Booties ll143t Oyster Supper The ladies of the Mt Olive Bap fist church willhaAean oyster supper at the Hunt Graded school Everybody invited r t 7 r r i Gd Stamps Gifen Awaya Wl ate giving Gold Stamps for each and e every article you will buY at our More flur ingQur November and December Sale and xve are offering our stock of Clothing and iShoes tb sell at reduced prices Now is a Goldb ifiStamp Premium A few of Best Bargains J vw St1ZSaO SltQe now tZ 5g Selz 500 Shoes now 350 Crawford 350 Shoes now 300 Ladies and Misses and Childrens Shoos at cost Ban fund 1st Quality Overshot A and Felt Boots are our leaders We guar satisfactionf lisacalJ i l 1 Harris Friedman14 Main Street Winchester Ky ft SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remedy for women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or head LIVE WELL Its easy when you know whore Ifi buy your foods at reasonable price You can get the best coffees11 ten spices delicacies choice and freed airy products toothsome hairis anti bacon and fresh meats to suit Ihj tastes of people who knovjhi lt giTdc foods when they see ana te t them from 3 Jo W DAWTSQr Successor to J M POWELI No 6 N Nain Sta1 Iimparting The M rch of Progress marks every section of our justly popular business each day marking = f some growth in public fav- orStraightFcrwardIA BLsh1esst- r Hi if JlJ 1ifi aldiig 8 bid ror popular pa ona e needs no diplomacy Plain clean honest methods are what the public ties to These methods you will find iiiforce herefAt Ail Times We attribute our success in a great measure to their practice Our stockI- ng all departments is complete New goods are arriving daily We are offering aJ I A f5reat Bargain J Irr Qoaks t 6 Ge z rrlceson All t Your Wants i 4 SnHuonfli1 Prno 1YV Pn rr- n Horne Phone 562 r- f Jt1 1i1r iv y- f n r r r THE WINCHESTER NWIpanGivif J to c vMAN R4i I 424 I We mustr isea larg sum of mone within the ncxtlO pi ice our entire stOCKofMElfS and BOYS ctOTBINg sfb toESCOST This gives vCu an opportunity right in the season to put in your supply at a BIG SAVING to you Our stool ii ab501utdy NEWand FRESH no old showori goods but i 1rcaic so car NOWOuroffer you NOW Below ve list flew of outbargains read them thert come and savemoncyI t Suits and Overcoats WE CARRY THE LARGEST LINE IN TOWfl r2n0 Suit or Crnvcneltc Overcoat 1650 2250 Suit or Cravcnctto Overcoat 31a 1500 2000 Snit or Crnvcncttc Overcoat 1350 1800 Suit or Cravenette Overcpat 1150 1500 Suit or Cravenette Overcoat 10QQ iF 1250 Suit or Cravenette Overcoat 800 1000 Suit or Cravenette Overcoat V GOO We leave 50 Suits at 10 to 15 for 498 Pants STYUHeO0O 419 500 Pants now 3139 i 400 Pants nor i 289 350 Pints now 249 800 Pants now 219 250 Pants now 189 200 Pants now 149 150 Pants now 112 125 Pants now 89 Corduroy Pants400 Corduroy Pants now 312 350 Corduroy Pants now V 209 300 Corduroy Pants PPVI n 22q 250 Corduroy Pants now 195 200 Corduroy Pants now 149 150 Corduroy Pants now 1J9 W ShoesHERE ARE THE BEST BARGAINS WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR EN k 41t9 v ag9f400350 Crawford Shoes now 28 300 Mens and Boys Shoes now 22 250 hens and Boys Shoes now 198 200 Mens and Boys Shoes now 159 150 Mens and Boys shoes now 119 Boys Overcoats ipcoatsMens and BpysVElootees 500 Bootees Tan or Black 3G9 400 BootesIan or Blackc 20f 350 BooteeHtTaS br k c44 x 259 300 Bootees Ton or Black 300 Boys Bootees 22C 250 Boys Bootees 18P k 4 Shirtsi 13S 175 Shirts apw 125 Jf0 Shirts n M j A Oi 125 100 Shirts 79 75cent Shirts iow 4b 50cents Shirts now 39 48 Dozen 125 andI Shirts will be sold during this sale for 69 cents Flannel Top Shirts200 Flannel Shirts for 12j150 Flannel Shirt for 1125 Flannel Shirts for YV109 Flannel Shirts for i 75 Hats Hats350 Stetson Tats 269y1 300 Haws Stiff Hats 229 3 300 Haws Soft Hats 229 tfri 250 Hats for 198 200 Hats for 148 150 Hats for 112 125 Hats for j 98 10 Dozen 2 and 150 Hats will be sold for 98 cents 4tCORDUROY SUITS 1250 Corduroy Suits for 750r iI Underwear 39cic t ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR BELOW COST i = r J OverallsT- he r rjBest Union Made Overalls in town 7De75c50c Overalls now 39c Suspenders50cTipes 39r r 10iL0550o19Oct e 15tj Socks now f v 9 iOc Socks now 4 prirs fortOne lot 15c Socks for 7e 25e best AllWool Socks at 18p Coat Sweaters 300 IN THIS LINE VE OFFER YOU TPG jSEST BARGAINS i 250 19Fluei j 200 Fine Wool Sweaters now 14fi it llfL25P100 Syeaters novi t 79r 7 395cMufflers200 Fine Silk Scarfs suitable for Ladies or Gents now 10t 74i025c Mufllers 19 tk 1GCaps75e rl 49o 39c35c50c Caps now 39r 25c Ctpsn9JtI 19r Fancy Vests HOO Silk Vests now 27f j350 Silk Vests now 0 H300 Silk Vests now 0 1If 1209 Fancy Vests 125 150 Fancy Vests now 9 8I Glovesjployes jiojy r 130 J75 Gloves noW 123 150 Gloves now 4 r v llZQ12o Gloycs now v v 0 JO0 X3ioyes now 75c Gloves noy 49 50c Gloves l ow 39 25c Gqvesnpy 19 9fIOcHandkerchiefsSac- f Silk wdJ rchiefs now 1 25c Silk ITaii kcrchieforv j c = vT v j 15c Silk Handkerchiefs rif HA vvvv tfIOc IJrmdkerchiefs 4 for i JOO Dozen Handkerchiefs at 3c nR Collars 1OcIC425g I5f 20c Rubber Collars H15c Rubber Collars 9c- IOc Rubber Collars at 7c JDont Miss ThisBoys 25e guaranteed stockings now 1 15c Stockings at He The above are only a FEW ofour BARGAINS THIS SALE STARTS RIGHT NOW and will last for 10 DAYS ONLY The BIGGEST MONEYS VING PROPOSITION ever ACTUALct COST- We1 will hot CHARGE EXTRA for AtTSKAtfONS during this aIG SALE Remember this Big Sale starts NOW L VJ r eii 3N it Jt TileI F lac et I i R F tt A N K LI 6r rn S5 f t pP 1 9 I Wit v S r N f STORry rp1 rLLra tea t i f r r e 1r IN HANBr IT- I lI REVOLUTIONISTS Allcr Hhn of Lepsed WiJA pfIhe Associated Press From LCreilois r Nola cipher dispatches received here Monday night by persons in touch with the operations of Francisco I Ma dcro revolutionist leader in Mexico citfiosare in the hands of tlo revolution hu41hltheand of Puebla is expected hard fight I1having occurred at both these places Agents of the Madcro for ces are said to be on their way to Washington to look after the revo lutionist interests here LAREDO Texas Nov 22Tht- i ltpatlon in Mexica appears serious For tie first time in 15 years of op jeratioi the leased wire of the ASSQ ciatcd Press from Laredo to Mont and Mexico City was comman red by the Mexican Govcrnmeni on the plea of military need and the Federal circuit manager in Nucvc Laredo was ordered to cut oft tlic Laredo office of the Associated Pros o prevent information being gleamed from messages moving over lh wire These instructions emanated fron the headquarters of the Federal Tel egrkaph in Mexico City where it wa I woolireqwirefelegraph facilities rtihroughout tin night Tends to Confirm Stories f Coming as it docs after what w 8 Officially reported to have been perfectly tranquil Sunday throughoi the greater part of the Republic th icioilOI the part of the Government would appear to lend substance to rumors of bloody riots at JSacate cas Gomez Palacios and Torreon authority of which has been in doubt These three important cities a situated in a region which has beer disaffected for years Gomez Pal cios and Torreon are cities of abonl 15000 and 25000 inhabitants anr are located four miles apart in tIll StateO Of Goahuila Scene of Former Insurrection The territory was the scene oh thr insurrection in 1908 which was quick ovctllneland ni by sending General 3ieYes out of Mexico Almost at once the same clam cut that had recognized Reyes as theii standard bearer turned to Francis Madcro and nominated him f President of the Republic in opposi lion to the incumbent Perfidie Diaz in the elections held last spring An unconfirmed report lias Ieacher El Paso that 000 Federal soldiers iChihaubua were suspected of dislo disarmOreomtlaro a carried away all the arms and amen rnitions kAJCot OPERAS HOUSE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 World Series Baseball Games 4cCHICAGO 2ivs t PHILADELPHIA Showing some of the greatest field and9ecurate throwing Also 2000 FEET of comedy and dramatic pictures- CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE BTBUBTBI S4MUSTGO My stock Qf miilinery tto wake iO om for hpJiday stock EvicrythLng in mil livery at cost Jfoor 30 Jays Miss Rosa Baldwin ll188t SCHOOLS CLOSED Tlie public schools closed Wcdhds day afierDoortfor Thanksgiving They w21 not open again ointUiMojiday icS f a Classified Advertisements 1 msertlrr2p In sertions ca worafgr each additional In sertlonIJOc per month perIJloksforTTc hmtf some nice cottrges for rent located in vai ions parts of they Prices ranging from 10 to 20 month IFor Insurance on Your Tobacco Office itf Kc ldownsy gliding Home Phone 729 East Term 2S J ns itIn jSTRQTHE- RSOIDEEUJIBLE andPand Rea Estat tf enc Fraternity Bld1t Phone 1St LOSTmack mourning veil b tc21 IInggarstrectnuc1 Mrs POVM tors millinqry store Mrs B J Patton U223L 7OR SALErIIpuschold and kitchen fiiimturc rt public auction Satin day November 2GRt 1 p m at Cctiavenue ll223t 1FOR RENT Sixroom cottage or East Broadway Gas large gaidcn rland chiQken yqrd for 125jQi pqr month Roy E Smith at Win 1Chester Roller Mills 11223 FOR SALE Bronze turkey gobblers 3each Apply to Mrs R B Fox route 6 ll223teod ROOMS FOR RENTOn East KntcRamseyF0R SALE 5Tew organ Thos 1118fitatFOR SALEPure bronze turke y Mrs J F Golden East Tcnii phony 332 1137lmrt oFl i RENT Cottage on Brow n Court all modern conveniences W A Beatty Xcavs office 1031tf pylaagoadod nt 1010tfnrLOST COW from my place Qft the MuddyCreek pike IVi miles nightNovember cow of with dark nose and knees Any in formation as to her whereabouts will be rewarded by calling East Tenn phone 422 rings 1117tf TUNGSTEN lAMPS t The Winchester Railway Lint Ice Company firiv Order to encourage the use of current have arranged with rungstelJflamps150 watt lamp 1 170 100 watt lamp 120 watt lamp 70caridrvein order 16 introllucc a rttt jhgr wof useful electricalaappliances re selling them at Uie lowest possi ilc nulrgin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldestand bast institution ii the county is the Winchester Roller Mills WIrnot use home flourth best mat Kerr perfection an5 White Pnr rl flour has no eoDP1 CINCINNATI TAILORING BrownProctorit uij picapiiii and dying iu York fitlurantGCd Pone 528 es ter fYl1S2 ks V e c a1 fro agy iu have nounnecessary i etti- it nr RojwevBpone jlflStf i r r DBgJUtfTONi JOS F tnaltt fatblu S D corr R 1ccrruMtat Cashki Oark County National Bank ttrhllahed 1885 Accounts of Merchants Farmers I and Traders Solicited Ccllecte Made onAII Points Crpital and Surplus 35000000l tiFARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improved Ju on hood pike not more than C or 7 niles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 111tf PEHDLEtGH RUSH BUSH Attorneys at Uw 5ti Flue McEldoTmey BoildbK KyitLEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law fflce 5th Floor McEidowney BnildiiR Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney at Law W S Main St Winchester Ky tV W Bush 6 Company FIRE ANO TORN AD- OINSURANCE WINCHESTER ICVi s OFFICE KcELDOWNEY Phone 145 SHORTHANDTs Standard Phonography the snort est legible shorthand Taught by n course of individual lesions the best method of teaching knomi J C r Lary 234 S Highland stre Homophone 737 IDRINK More Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days before the penalty is ridded Coma und avoid the rush Vnder the present tax law I am compellcdto collect nil of the taxes by lccernber 1st- Yoursrespectfully w O BROCK Sheriff 1015l Now is the time to buy Red Star coal for winter months Roysd Boone U14Ct 711NOTICE lnOn account of the death of my hns band W H Young I will sell the cii tire stock of goods including a gen era line of groceries dry goods no Lions etc I nvill also lecee the build ing preiously occupied by him at Beckneryille MRS SE YOUNQ 1111121 THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured tho agency for this itsCOpleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sell either for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS Kews office Sure money by investing in Red Star coal now Royce Bpone UKSt WINCHESTER tDEA 7HUSTLE r t i f I J rc Pane SIx THE WINCHESTER NEWS Good Sound Reasoning 1 4 SOCIETY Surprise Wedding T renouncement of the marriage ofr Thomas 0 Irvin and Miss Ju Taylor of Lexington at five o k Wednesday evening Game as prise to friends of Mr Irvine in pity The happy couple will spend Thanksgiving with the grooms parents Mr and Mrs YoII Irvin in this city Mr Irvin is bookkeeper for the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse at Lexington and hrs qualities for a successful business career The bride is a most attractive young lady BairdSanders- The marriage of Mr Leslie R Baird and Miss Ollie M Sanders both of 2 R P SCOBEE 6 SON CO INCORPORATED i LUMBERRough and Dressed SASH DOORS AND BLINDS SHINGLES CARE ROOFINGt- he best that can be bought RUBBER ROOFING as good as any Home Phone 47 East Tenn Phone 147 William i- iTHE DICKENS MAN j In LIFE PORTRAYALS Thirteen well f known characters of Chas Dickens im I r personated in costume t KentuckyI an c llegctoFriday 25 t Admission 35 Cents Theres a place in New York where you can get a Suit for 398 1 ITheres a place on the Bowery in New York where you can get a t meal that will keep you quiet for some time for eight cents When you are clothed aM fed you can get a cigar for one cent Why Payr Trite Reason Why people pay more is to get satisfaction style dur abilityeven elegance The fine combination of all three things is the reason 4 why men come here for their clothes We safely state without any braggaIt docio that we doby farthe largest retail clothing business done in this county The majority of the people have found out that our business princi ples are square and that we sell the best made and best fitting clothing the clothing market produceswMaxwell and Society Brand Suits and For men and young men are too well known by the trade in general for us to make further comment on their elegance Look at our beautiful designs compare workmanship with work= lmanship style with style stitch with stitch price with price and then tellus in all sincerity whether we deserve your patronage or not =t tod ow RuoardStewart Company I Sterling Evening1November Spencer county Ivy was celebrated by Elder J W Harding at his residence in this Tuesday after noon This couple conic all the way from their home for no other pur pose than to have Mr Harding to porform their marriage ceremony they left on the afternoon C 0 train for Lexington Mrs Lucien Beckner is in Lexing ton as delegate to the State Convcn = tion of Kings Daughters- Mr Alex Campbell of Ashland was in Winchester Tuesday Miss Prances Breckinridgc Stock of Midwry was the west of Mrs Jo Tanner Tuesday Mrs George Shepherd and childrei will arrive Wednesday night iron Florida to spend Thanksgiving here hereMiss Eakler and Miss Mitchell o Cincinnati have taken rooms with Mrs Charles Nelson Mrs Rezin Scobee charmingly en tertained at Forty two on Monday afternoon Mrs Ratliff of Carlisle will spend Thanksgiving with her daughter Mrs Howard Henry Mr John C Young of St Louis if in Winchester on business Mr Seth S Beckner of Fort Wor den Wash is recovering from ar operation for appendicitis Mr George Hughes who has been ill for several days is able to be outMiss Fannie Bushwill spend Thanksgiving in Madison county Mrs Curtis Evans and Mrs W 0 B Donaldson wero in Lexingtor Tuesday Mr Harry Strother was in Clay City Tuesday Miss Lilla Phelps will spend Thanksgiving in Lexington Mrs Mildred Thompson will entertain a few friends at dinner at the BrownProctoria Hotelon Thanksgiving day Mr Waller Calmes leaves this week for Arizona and New Mexico on a prospecting tour Mr and Mrs T J Delaney will entertain in honor of their golden wed ding anniversary on Thanksgiving day Mrs T C Allen will entertain with a family reunion and Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday Attorney and Mrs B A Crutchcr were called to Louisville by the dejith of a relative iss Cora Baldwin will come from- rhanksghIinglrsJ D Poynter will attend the on Thanksgiving day Miss Cornelia licniek will arrive from Caldwell College Wednesday night to spend Thanksgiving at home Miss Ruth Beall will attend the redding rnnivcrsaiy celebration of Mr and sirs T J Dalaney on Thursday Kcv T C Stackhouse of Lexing on is here to attend the revival ser vices at the First Baptist church spendThanksgiving OPENING Of HAIR Mrs Mann and Mrs Savery An nounce to Ladies That They Arc Fully Equipped in Their New Bus iness Mann and Savery announce to the ladies that they have opened a hah emporium at 12 Wrest Fairfax Win chester Ky and are fully equipped for all kinds of work clone in first lass parlors Facial massage Hair dressing Hair singeing Shampooing Manicuring Marcelle vaving Hair clipping Scalp treatment We have on hand a line of loose and manufactured hair Orders promptly filled Bring your comb GO TO- BrownProctoria PHARMACY For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found m al frstclass Drugstore Phone us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phones 370ICHAS A HOSEY Prop t ling and have ahem made to order Ye want your business Satisfaction assured Amerrican Queen Correct Corset front laced with its Perfection Front Piece which are made from guar anteed materials throughout and tare selected with the greatest care both as to quality and appearance pattern curl tenturc Call and see our models ll23eodtf NO INDlGESTION OR STOMACH DISORDEI Stops Food Fermentation and Reliev es Gas Heartburn and Dyspepsia in Five Minutes nowtbismojment Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dietedstomach gets the blues and grumbles Give it a good ect then take Papes Uiapcpsin to stmt the gestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food no reeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick head ache and Dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Pipes Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Up set Stomach in five minutes There is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines mid besides one single dose will digest and pre pare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it yourIcleans upand then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to take a little Diapepsin Tell your druggist that you want Papes Diapepsin because you want to become thoroughly cured this time Remebar if VOUT sfomach feels out of order and uncomfortable now you can get relief in five minutes J More Overcoats 1500 3500 cclcbraIlion EMPORIUMI Give Us All Your Laun dry Monday and Tuesday as we want to Eat Tur key Thursday Winchester laundry Co Citizens National Bank 1 Paid up Capital 2100OOC Surplus 51000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to aU bus iess entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T P Phillips V Prcs J W Poynter Asst Cashier t Ni n your hanksg v ng 1teTane Will not be complete without a bouq et of CHRYSANTHEMUMS- We have them in all sizes The small the medium the large the georgeous ones and some of the finest ones you have ever seen Yours for prompt service POOLE PURLLANT Florists PHONE 396 On The Beautiful L xingtonQike- r lh l i f