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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 i iyj J Last Edition VOLUME 5 NO 34 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK CAR TRAFFIC IS BLOCKADED Auto and Furniture Wagon Brea Down arid Could Not Be Moved Fe Several Hours Street car traffic was blockaded for several hours Thursday after noon On the south end of the line Mr Charles Ramseys automobil broke down and it was some time before it could be removed The ma chine cane in Main street offof Lexington avenue Just as it turn ed the corner the axle broke and let it down on the track On the north end of the line a furniture wagon containing a lot of household goods from Mt Sterling broke down and it was several hours before it could be movedm r AGED WALKER OH if WAlKING TOUR Is Seventy Years of Age and is Will Ing to Wager to Outwalk any Young Man Mr Pat Willoughby struck town Thursday afternoon He is csveut years of age and says he walked this far from Cincinnati He is on his way to Lexington and says before h leaves is going to see all the Blue grass section He has been all over the country he says but has never before seen the Bluegrass Ten years ago he states ho he walked from New York to San Francisco on a wager and finished 58 hours ahead of his schedule time He is some walker yet an S was willign to bet that he couldout walk any young man in the city CERMONY ISg INTERCEPTED Officer Rushes to the Altar to Pre vent Marriage of ThirteenYear Old Girl to MAYSVILLE Ky Nov 25Just- as Rev B F Chatham was in the ret of pronouncing Mr Thomas Gilbei t in and Miss Allecn Alexander both of Rome 0man and wife Tuesday evening at the county clerks office an officer rushed in and stopped tho ceremony stating the bridetobe wts only thirteen years old and was un der age The young couple had elop cd from their home in Ohio curd mac here to get married but the father o the young Miss telephoned to Chic Ort to stop the marriage Miss Alexander was taken in charge by th police chief and held until Wednesda when her father came and took her back home The youthful couple disappointment was shown in copious tears after the ceremony was inter rupted and ft they were leaving the clerks office young Gilbert said Dont erv Alleen the day is coming In order to procure the necessary license the bride managed in someway to secure a long skirt which was worn over her short dress fIGHT AGAINST PRESIDENT DIAl 1 Continued By Francisco I Madero J Who is Leading the Revolutionary Movement in Mexico SAN ANTONIO Texas Nov 25 t Francisco I Madero who is leading T the revolution in Mexico completed his plans in relation to the present outbreak after his arrival in this city October 7 He left here on Novemb 18 and crossed the Rio Grande his own ranch in Mexico Sunday Nov mbcr 20 where he took command of six hundred men Upon hisv rival in San Antonio lrst month was surrounded by revolutionary leores although e disclaimed warlike intentions untillelefit the city elladerowasmethere by Juan lic1 t t co THE WINCHESTER NEWS chez Azcoma former member of the Mexican Congress who is also a brotherinlaw of Juan D Casasus former Ambassador to the United s crud by Enrique Bordez Man an orator for the antiDiaz party Mexico Azcona is a graduate of Harvard University amkhencerhere and was enabled to purchase a large quantity of atoms and ammunition this fact not being known until after the revolution broke out The Madero estates of C oahuila extend many miles along the Mexican side During his operations here Madero talked freely of his opposition to the Diaz regime but denied complicity with the revolutionary junta The Madera family is the wealth test in Northern Mexico The lead ing bcnks in that section are con trolled by the Maderos and tiaeir ability to rare reacjy money is said to be groat The loyalty ofother knenof the father and brothers of Fran cisco The vast resources of this branchof the family are supposed to be available for the use of the leader in the present outbreak C LERKS REMOVED fROM SERVICE wivularities in the Weighing of News ricWASHINGTON D CNov 25 Postmaster General Hitchcock Wed nesday ordered the removal from the postoffice service of Edward F 131odgett Superintendent of Sta 1lions and of James F Norton and S F Giles clerks all in the Atlan ta postolfice as a result of gross ir regularities in the weighing of news paper mails The Department announced that 1gcncralinycstigation of the methods ofweighing second class matter is now being conducte dby the inspec tors Because of inefficiency the Superintendent of the Railway Mail Service at Atlanta L M Terrell was transferred by the Postmaster Generals order to a minor place in the service Superintendent G W Pepper of the railway mail division having headquarters at Cleveland probably will be assigned to Atlanta succeed Terrell Clyde M Reed Superintendent of the Division of Railway Adjustments time Postoflice Department was sent to Cleveland to take the place of Superintendent Pepper The evidence obtained in the in vestigation at Atlanta has been sub milted to the Department of Justice whicfh will determine the question of prosecution EXAMINING TRIAL I1yWho is Charged With Attempting t Poison his Parents is Held in Cyn tltianaCYNTIIIANA Ky Nov 25The examining trial of Adam RhciL charged with attempting to poison his father and mother Mr and Mrs Joe Rheil which was held before County Judge King Wednesday morning resulted in the judge holding Rheil over to the grand jury at the fcbruary term of the Harrison county Circuit court and his bond was placedat 1000 The evidence showed that young Rheil purchased time poison saying it was for a neigh bor who wanted to kill some rats The poison which was strychnine was purchased at a local drug store Mr and Mrs Rheil and mother of tdteboy were mad dick from drinking waiter from cistern and flnitaualysis of the wa stryelmninhenight and judging from the quantity of it that was foundon the top of the cistern and on the pump the person pattoe attempt to kill and declare his motive was to get them out of the way so pheelder Rheil is worth 40000 or 50e000 Young Rheil is about 30 years of chibren I x GOVER NORSTOw KfNTUCKY TweneyiFive Chief Executives of States will be in Frankfort in Re sponse to Gov Willsons Invita tlonITwentyfive Governors of states will be in Frankfort and Louisville for the Conference of Governors to be held on November 29lord in Louisville on November 30 and December L It is possible that more Govern ors willaccept later as nothing has been heard from several of the chief executives and the newlyelected harGovernors so not own whether ho will come al QTheernors who will conic to Frankfort ami all ofwhom will go to Louisville AlabamaEmmcit ONealand wife ArizonaRichard E tvwifeColoradoJohn F Sliafroth an trifcGeorgiaJoseph M Brown and wifeIdahoJames II Hawley Govern orelect GcIndianafe Kansas Walter R Stubbs Massachusetts Ebon S Draper edlhssissipniENew Jersey John Franklin Fort New JerseyWuodrow Wilson Governorelect North Carolina W W Kilchin Ohio Judson Harmon and wife Oklahoma Lee Cruse Qovernor elect Rhode islandAdam J Prolhier and Si ttifedeand wife South DalcotaTRrSrVessey and wifeUtahWilliarit Spry Virginia Villiam II Miuwanti wife West VirginiaWilliam E Gfllass cock and wife WisconsinFrancis E McGovern Governorelect KENTUCXY DOGS S1AKE WINNERS Derby race Decided by Judges at Meetlhg of the Naticnal Fox Hunters Association Crab Orchard Springs Ky Nov 25Iho Derby race which was a started Monday morning was decided by the judges at the meeting of the National Fox Hunters Associa tion Wednesday and al dogs men finned as stake winners are Ken bred animals yG a meeting of time members of thcn association held here Wednesday night officers for the ensuing year were elected General Roger D WilI Hams of Lexington was chosen as president of the organization- The winners of the Derby as an noticed are First Sport owned by Ma A W Arnold second1next Speed owned by Mr Samuel L Woolridgc third Jake owned by Mr Joseph Smith The officers elected were Pres ideal Central Roger Williams See rotary Mr A B F Kinney of Woos ter Mrss DOE ATTACKS HUNTEFCl Escapeij Being Trampled to Death By Wounded Animal i MOOSE LAKE linn Nov 25 While hunting near her home flab cl Halverson daughter of II 0 Ha arson narrowly escaped being tram ied ip depth bya doe She was alkiiig tliiou t the woods when the Jiimpedlup in trout of her She raised her rifle and fired and sue ceedettrin breaking Ji leg of the deer which then dropped Thinking she had killed it she walked up to it and as she was about to lean over it the deer jumped up and struck at her with its fore feet knocking her down She recovered herself before it could get up again and not daring to take time to re loadshe took the butt of the gu- mand beat it on time head The doe enraged retaliated and i seemed for a time ns if the plucky girl hunter would have to make 1 run for it She gut in one good smash alIan = e hunter cut its throat Time animal tipped the scales at 150 pounds RENUfRS VERDICT fOR PLAINHfF Damages For 10000 Amos and Bennett and Dismissed Suit As to MitchellwPADUCAH Ky Nov 23Aftcl hours deliberation the jury in 11dformerly fIhallicreturned verdict in the United Stat Court Tuesday afternoon for 10 BcnIuottMitchell Originally there were 150 defcndcnts but Judge Evans dismiss on peremptory instructions all the trio named On the night of February 15 1908 Judge Ruker was whipped by alleged nigth riders and he claimed his healthwas injured permanently Neither Amos nor Bennett wits pros ent at the trial Mrs Laura Toorney daughter of Judge Rnckor has a suit pending against the same fendants Time two suits of A H Carlin againslt WiUhmi Njeal another al raged night rider and L M Wood against Dr Amos and other alleged night riders for 25000 damage each were dismissed for lackof proofrhe 25000 suit of Maggio Scruggs against Dr E Champion and other alleged night riders wag con tinned M BAILEY BUYS HORSES Purchases Six Thouroughbreds For His Fairland Farm at Lexington at an Aggregate of 11000 NEW YORK Nov 25Prices tool sudden jump at Wednesdays ses lions of the Old Glory horse sales in Madison Square Garden Total sales registered more thru 55000 and an average of 562 was main twined at the sale of 100 animals Senator Joseph W Bailey of Tex was one of the largest buyers o the day Six horses were bought fOIc his Fairland Farm at Lexington Ky t an aggregate of 11000 Ik brought Morgan Axworthy a three yearold bay colt with a trotting red ordof 206 from John S Shults for 4000 Queen Worthy brought titw highest price of the day 3700 vhieh was prid by A II Cccclcn c New York Ecstatic a pacer 201d brought 3000 J D Gnllbry of Plttsbur paid 2725 for Hell Olcott a three yearold trotter Among the purchases made for Senator Baileys Fairland Farm were Delores 1600 Owaissa 1000 Prince McKinney 1750 Petrovna 1725 a4id Miss Subrosa 1500 Irma Clifton was bought by R L Nash of Lexington for 1000 ALt the annual meeting of league of American Driving this afternoon officers were elect rs follows President H K Devereus Cleve land vice president J D Gallery of treasurer r T L Quinby of Boston directors H K Devereux1J D Callery W P rowan all of Chicago E L Shrop 1shire of LexingtoiK Governor Hora Vijhite of Syracuse ToG Hines of New Y6rk City Arnold Lawson of Boston J R Townsend Goshen N Y Time epumre always catches be earlv bird r i MARRIAGf Of POPULARCOUPLE TtBonds of Matrimony to Mr Tom lanes The marriage of Miss Patsy Bush to Mr Tom Jones was solemnized at the residence of Mr Mark Collis in Lexington Thursday afternoon The happy couple were accompan led fo Lexington by Mrs Charles Sewell sister of the bride aril Miss Fannie Harris of Paris The bride is time youngest daughtei of Mr and Mrs C E Bush antI pos sesses a charming personality Sh is witty und vivacious and is popular Hha wide circle of friends She was very attractive in a handsome brown tailored suit with large black pattern hat Youngtwidely popular He is a young mar of sterling qualities in every teartim orthy of the bride he wonjAfter a honeymoon spent in Lox ington the happy couple will reside in this counts ftS SUIT AGAINST ITELEPHONE COMPANY Mr C W Vermillion Charges That Wire Placed Near His Farm In jured His Horse In the Clark Circuit Court Friday morning Mr G W Ycrmillion filed suit against the East Tennessee Tel ephone Company for x 225 Mr Ver million alleges that the telephone company caused to be placed new his farm a telephone guy wire whicl was ref t in such a manner that a val uable horse belonigng to him ran into It and injured itself to such an extent that it is now almost worthless TRACY STUKH SEUSJWERIY Mr W H Nelson Will Move From His Farm in the County on March First Messrs Tracy Stokely Friday morning closed a deal for the sale of one of the prettiest pieces of prop arty in the city They sold the residence of rrP Eckley on South Main street to Mr Yon Nelson fo 4700 Mr Nelson will move from his farm in the eastern part of the county about the first of March CHRISTMAS BAZAAR Time Kings Daughters will have bazaar on December 2 and 3 in the store room of Miss Liziie Taylor onn acfControl THE SALVATION ARMY As the public is undoubtedly away the Salvation Army does a a great ork amour the poor temporarily as spirituallyrFo rthis purpose any cast off clothing furniture or shoes will be great fully received and placed in the homes A phone callx792 Home phone or a postal card will bring us to you door to receive any such donations CAPTAIN AND MRS FRA ZEE fiNE DINNER milFORPRISONER Jailer Mullins is Not Willing That His Charges Should Be Slighted on Thanksgiving 11ceenjoyed a real Thanksgiving dinner Tiunsduy Mr James S Mullins was not willing that all others should enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner and the prisoners under his care go slighted lie prepared cliicifens for them ndr niuny other palatablcdlh es The menu was finished with niince meat and apple pies In fact no jailer has ever served the prisoners in Ibis jail such a dinner as was prepared here Thursday by Mr MullinsHANKSGIVING IS QUIET DAY Services Are Held at First Presbyterian Church Conducted By Rev John S Banks- Thanksgiving day was quiet here- In the morning services were held at byepastor of the Episcopal church A large numbei of the citizens went to Lexington to attend the CentralState football game The only amusement for those who stayed at home was the vaudevilicinshow at the Auditorium in and evening and the display of e worlds baseba llseries at thee worlds baseball series at the 8UYS TRACTS AT SHARPSBURG Mr N R Ratliff Lets Contract Fo Improvements in Sharpsburg and Owingsville Mr N R Ratliff manager of the Blue Grass Realty Company returned Thursday from Sharpsburg and Ow ingsvillc where the company lias purelrescd tracts of land and will open up new additions At Sharpsburg Mr Ratliff let the contract for building streets and pavements and also for other im provements The prettiest site in Owingsville has been purchased and streets and pavements will be put- down and lots laid off As soon as the improvements are made at both places lot srles will be held by the jompuny IMPERSONATIONS fROM DICKENS Second Number of Lyceum Course 11FridayThe second number of the lecture course at the College will come Friday night November 23 In order trJi Hyoid conflict with the revival at tho Baptist church lecture will not begin until 830 p Ir Battis transforms himself in front of a mirror surrounded by strong lights but facing the audi once Footlights will be put on the platform Friday and this perform will be a fine exhibition of lug acting Mr Baths comes on time platform as himself then transforms in the presence of his audience into Charles Dickens at the age of 56 then in rapid succession Pecksniff Captain Cuttle Mrs McStinger Uriah Hecp Maeawber Bill Sykes Rogue Ra lerhood Sam Weller Little Nells grandfather and Sidney Carton If you miss this you will miss one youfunique and original Single admis ion 35 cents SERVICESIThanksgiving services at tin IIThe Baptist crotch were e crowds A splendid offering wns taken for the poor There were four additions to the church There have been eight addi tints during the meeting seven by baptism aril one by relation The services Friday night will be gine at 7 oclock THE NAG SLAPPED BACK Mr James Sallee of Harrodsbnrg Thursda1dtenlOon sale at Foxs livery stable IIi passing a fractious old nag he slapped brae animal In a flash both heels went up and one struck Mr Sallee in the head knocking him senseless Kentucky1 Advocate ct WEATHER Fair Tonight and Saturday Rising Temperature Tonight SEARCHING fOR HER DAUGHTER Mrs Butler Coeburn of Thompson Station is Using Every Means to Locate Her Daughter passedthroughway to Thompson Station from Cincinnati where site has been for tilt daughterhome in October for Cincinnati to marry a man by the name of 11rL Wilson Miss Cline was on a visit to her brothers near Stepstonc andmet Wilson Later Wilson came tothe home of Miss Cline and they arrang cd to be married and left for Cincinnati where the ceremony was to have been performed Instead of inry Miss Cline Wilson put her a room and kept her locked up for several days As soon as rills Cline could she wrote her mother and toW her the condition she was in As quickly Us possible Mrs Coebiirn left for Cincinnati and engaged time services of the police and detective departments and a search of the city was made for the missing daughter and Wilson but nothing had been heard of her when Mrs Coeburn left for her home Miss Cline was about 23 years of byrtbStation Every one speaks well oC Codburuinmissing laughter Wilson is a traveling man who has lived at Stepslone near the home of Miss Clines brother for several ycars and every one supposed him to be a good citizen and Miss Clines mother thread to the marriage ud Assisted her in the preparation for leer trip to Cincinnati Following is the pathetic letter written by Miss Cline to her mother He has not kept his promise He has not married me Hi though he promises day after day Tam beginning to fear dearest mother that I have made a terrible mistake I Mite thought over itand now Icry all the time Last night I criedall night I fear there is only one way for me now to expiate the mistake I have always feared death much the same as I was frightened in the dark when Iwas a little girl But not death is the brightest object in my y life I am going to end my miserable existence with a bullet if he does not r o make things right by marrying me God will know Go din too merciful 7 punish a poor blighted thing who seeks to make reparation by timer own death And those at home will knoJI meant well and was not bad Jchoice They will know that my body in the graveyard near home and that I expiated my mistake Mother pray for me for if my marriage is not to be had within a few hours I must go where there are no tears DEPUTY POLICEMAN SUSPENDED FROM DUTY Warrant is Issued For John Ballard Charging That He Fired Shot With out Cause John Ballard deputy policeman was suspended Friday morning by Mayor J A Hughes and Chief of Po lice McCord A warrant was also issued Friday afternoon by Judge F P Pendleton for his arrest It is alleged that Bill- Iard shut at Tom Smithcolored without cause When a man buys a new suit his wife tells him it looks nice When a woman buys a new dress her hus andLet your enemy alone and hell- Probably lot you alone It isnt net essary to be eternally and forever inn scrap TOO LATE TO CLASSe I LOST Ring Return to II E Fitch News office and receive reward STRAYED From my place on East Broadway a black and white spotted sow Weight 175 to 200 pounds wherciler at n25tfI r d c d + ti Y S y PageTwos t di a L JNtTER EWS s d c T 1 1IDE iiGIESTER NEWS J An Independent Newspaper t Published By t The Winchester News Co Incorporated rmceJ tWill South Main Street Winchester Kenlii ky- J Dally Except Sunday oj mattertn r in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 31879 loth Pbonts Ho 1L SUBSCRIPTION RATES By MalldDaily one year 300 Six JUonthsU U Ul P f One Month 25 Payable itt advance AS M i THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGlt w THEm GENERAL OFFICES tINEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES It FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1910 ft OUT TOBACCO ICUTOwen county is a large producer of tobacco and what is true of Owen county is equally true of ally others tobacco producing section To sliow the Sentiment on the tobacco situa tion the Owen county Democrat prints what follows 1 On account of the failure of the pQolvhicl1was caused by the fail iiigtoo get into the pool enough of the 1909 drop the price has gone too low t to encourage production Already I many four farmers ttlmoown lml have expressed a determination to icut out the crop and many will raise it only to cultivate a few corners to clean the farm and to give themselves r employment during odd tulles Many WINCHESTER INCORPORATED MANUFACTURING CO j of the farmers in our county have gotten to the point that they do not have to illictho weed as they afire out of debt and will put their farms cutIThe buyers who promised to buy the tobacco in Missouri and other States are failing 4o keep their prom ise since they can buy the crop in Kentucky so low mill It i ics Vlieir purpose so much better So those who have built farms in othec States and engaged in the bushless of gro4b ing tobacco will quit anti cut out tobacco growing entirely The upper counties carrot afford to quit raising stock and grow tobacco at the pres ent low prices and the tobacco crop will be curtailed in the bluegrass Farmers have realized that it does not pay to tear the farms up and grow tobacco and depend upon buy ing everything else The feed for man and beast shipped into this country each year for enormousr and this added to the cost of grass seed and the wear and tear of time soil has done much to teach our farmers that too much tobacco does not par hence more attention will be paid to stotUld poultry and tot e fiimbily consumption Therefore we are led tp believe that Owen county will raise less tobacco in lOll than it has for years n i1 I r rh iS THAT COSYcOnNER you have so rJong wanted is neither a matter of csmuch1 abor or expense as you luny unfegine Our mill work will supply practically everything needed from thewindowframcsand sashes to the panels for the scat Alt ready to put yourbS lrtJi fytMlesue oi CoM and sec it LUMBER Time Georgetown News charges that the Democratic machine in Scott county is in league with time whjiskey interests and is as bad as the Dean oent tic machine in Lexington or the Cox Republican machine in Cincin anti It must be awful Parents have a weakness for giv rug their boy babies ilong and high sounding names It is no fault of James IidisonSociltes Jones that he is no more titan Jim Jones when he grows tip You uilk too much v Mules continue to beI useful We n1downA Socialist is one who dont or thinks he dont get his share Rev Harry Henderson formerly iu1ithisguage A tal Union Missionary mcbt ing in making 1n nppenl for funds he expressed himself as follows It takes an elabor Csystelll of finance to maintain nrobustceclesiasticism If Diaz gets his hands on the Mexican insurgents the coffin trade will be good in Mexico Cities that fall short of cxpecta theIexcellent quality of the citizens HAVE YOUR PICTURETAKEN at Earps studio for Xmas presents 1119 r3wksreod Sand cement all buildingnuvtcrials at fiovFir noon S 11143f LPUBLICSALEY a I will sell nt public outcry on iT Ues aYjNv 29 191- 0atea ilf on time premises my farm eontainiiij 65 Acres of aIue SFaSSUandt situated 112 miles from Winchester on tlioRHckcrville pike Alot t ihc same time and place the following im plcnients indJivc stock 1 good brood mire hifoal to jack 18 year old driviim ladybto drive safcl1for1 good york mare 11 years old 25shcep 1 two horse wagon 1 one horse wngon 1 binder 1 mower 11 randall harrow 1 disc plow 4 double shovelplows 100 shocks of corn 100 shocks of fodder 5 stacks oi clover and ttimothy hay mixed and other things too numerous to mention- I will also sell nt public outcry on the following day at same hour on premises my farm of 137 acres sit iiatoll 9 niiles from Winchester on the Muddy Creek pike also at the same place a lot of corn ihHlia shock r TQrms npdg known Qn day of sale JOHN A FRAZIER HOWARD WATTS Auctioneer SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFT The very grave seemed to yawn before Robert Mame bf West Bur lin ton Iowa when after seven weeks in Hit hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvel6us cufativt power of Electric Bitters For af ter eight months of frightful siiffer- ing from liver trouble arid yellow jatu dice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely Cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidney troubles and never disappoints Only pOc at the Winehesterdrug store Lady fingers nrncaioons egg kiss WinI TF ANKSGIVING DINN R J As the employes of thc Eagle Cast ing Company loft their work Wednes day afternoon a basket containing articles for a Thanksgiving dinner- was presented to them The man gerl lJJdIcat 10 lC nip yes r a filled basket MAJOR ADrAMS STRICKEN Major G M Adams was suddenly trucker with acute indigestion Fri J day afternoon lie was taken to Strodes dfug store and DI hm nag was summoned i CklARRH WILl Gn RELIEF COMES IN TWO MINUTES COMPLETE CURE N FEW WEEKS Dont go on hawking yourself sick 3very morning its cruel its harm ul and its unnecessary If after breathing HYOMEI the vender wtorker you ire not rid bfci vile catarrh you cnn have your monl jy back No stomach dosing just talc the ittle laird rubber pocket inhaler that tomes with each outfit and pour into t a few drops of IYO lEI Breathe t according to directions In two minutes it will relieve you of that stuffed up feeling Use it a few niiu utes every day and in a few weeks you will be entirely free from ca tarrh Breathing HYOilEI is a very pleas amt and certain way to cure catarrh Get an outfit today it only costs 100 its worth 1000 to any ca tarrh sufferer For sale by Iliillips and druggists everywhere who guarantee it to cure catarrh croup coughs colds sore throat and iron uhitis After you once own a Ilyomei hard rubber inhaler which comes with the outfit you can buy an extra bottle HYOMEI liquid for only SOcents the inhaler lasts a life time A HORRIBLE SUSPICION Maybe they didnt take a censUs of Bowling Green and maybe if they did we wont be satisfied with time result Bowling Green Messenger The worlds baseball series between Chicago and Philadelphia will be t ti IlYC TEies LEADING DRl G ODDS TORL HI Bring trhe Saturday w worryW D r and Confusion your Toys befn rem wzgone You will find here the new attractive the toys that are dependable and good Our Toys and Dolls are marked at close dry goods profitsthus- you save from 25 per cent t j 50 per cent on Xmas goods herer GiBfy Dry Goods kLARGE SATES SMAXita PKOFITS THAT OUR METHOD shown at the opera house Friday flight Novenibeiv 2o Admission 10 centsi a if i 1251t MEETING OF THE- COLORED LABOR UNION All members of time Colored labor union are rcquestedto meet at their rooms tit Brents hotel Friday night at 730 By drdei1of Lewis Taylor president II J Brent Secretary AS DICKENSWOULd PUT IT Kentuckys system of taxation is one deiimitioii horrid grind Princeton Lea- derty Little Folks m andro regular bought NOT SORRY FORBLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes Dr T Sandersof lIar rodsburg Ky but for years they saw every alteraptto cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr lungs brew Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the cough and I am now in better health than I have had for years This wonderful life saver is an unrivaled rem edy for coughs colds lagrippc asth ma croup hemorrhages whooping coughor weak lungs 50c 101 Trial politic free Guarantced by Winchester Drug Co j i J i r Lo A L i 1 f1 i iY rJFl i i J rai v a i I t l of jadl sSample Sh e Saleit j i a c 3 5 Of 1 Pairs of Ladies Sample Shoes sizes 2 2put onIr sale at less than factory price toproduce them I 4t 1500 Shoes go t it 1i i 298 it t i n t f r 350 and 400 Shoes go at if 239 J f Ii J Sttch a chance has neverbeeniOffeied you before All styles and all leathers Come and see them Looki r i 1 in our windows L1r r tiI ZI ft 1LI iJ4 VIt f1tto ssieTite i S hoe MaD f 1 i 1 t t rt J i r w sin +tf tt t P Rf 4 c jMr1It tf f6 r fjstkau t n n4 J tt itw trs lrs =r zi I i t nuc r I 4 THE Wn CHESTER NEWS YL 1ThWhy lose your temper trying to carve that bird with a dull knife when you can have one of our evenly tem eyed sets We can show you a line that is sure to please you Fit any purse C u Jeweler and j Optician29S KY i Fe SOCIEEt t IrvinTaylorMrThomas and Miss Julia Mao Taylor were married Wed hesday afternoon at 5 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs0 A Taylor at 403 Transyl vania avenue Rev Charles E Powell officiating After the ceremony was performed the couple went to Winchester where they will spend a day or so with Mr and Mrs W T Irvin parents of ti bridegroom They wil return to ti city and make their home situ Mr f and Mrs Richard Shea in Transyl- vaniar Park Lexington Herald RedmondChristian Mr Harry Redmond and Miss Matic Christian of Lexington wet k l married by Rev II C Kendrick Mon t day night at the ministers home- The bride is the daughter of Mr E H Christian manager of the Mon tencgrd Piano Company tThebridegroouthas a position wit Ledngtonife f tiis county and formerly lived here Avbere he has many friends Indian Opera Virginia Hanson Chapter U D C will give the opera Powhalan at the Winchester opera house on De comber 8 This entertainment promises to be Ute best performance of its kind ever given here The company will in elude about fortyfive Injuns both Jarge and small and in eludes some of the most marked talent in amateur performers in Winchester Confcc1eracyrentertainment should be liberally 1- tJromzcr yrf r r t BarrierNickols Announcement the marriage of Miss Tillie Bush Nichols of Lexing ton to Dr L F Barrier of Green wood Misss which was solemnized at the residence of the brides par ents Mr and Mrs Walter Nichols has been received here granlaughterformer distinguished of th county 1 daughtAcr Mary Frances have returned from visit to her parents Mr and MrslI4 G Bryan of North Middletown Miss Flallie Lisle is visiting friends at Red House Miss Bertha Maple of Irvine yisI ited friends here recently Miss Fannie Mize of Clay City is visiting Miss Jennie McKinney Mrs Maude Flynn and Miss Sane Shaw were in Lexington this week Mr M d Spradling attended the football gaillFit JcXingtau Thursdays Mrs William Vanderpoolof Rich mond is Yisi relatives in this city Mrs Lot ti c Bleislein of Ohio is the charming guest fcf Prof C II Deitrichand family KIhome in Sharpslmrg b Squire B Dooley and C C ihieon a Mr J E Writer has returned from an extended trip to the Southern and southwestern States and Mexico Mr and Mrs Estin Hieatt of Lexington spent Thanksgiving with tle heatscDr mHl llrs Cecil Parks are yis iting relatives in Indiana They stopped in Cincinnati and attended tIll performance of Mrs Leslie Carter Dr Jas H Martin was in Prank imfort Tuesday on business connected with the Board of Pharmacy of which he is a member While there he was a member ofa party enter tained by Dr J W Gayle at the Capilal Hotel millincryEverything Rosa Baldwin 1113St- OVEY5COMPFXIOM A CLEAR tt v ie ARE your Belching stomach complexionL hl2eittrk llif1Tii food means means a bar Try stomach tablets forI stomach misery biliousness dizziness and indigestion They relieve in a redbloodlips to cure or money hack Read what a Kansas woman says foristhat did as much gpod as 3VII0XA theyhme tionJIII0has done a world of1 good for me ConleliaICity Ivans f soldisfor 50 cents a targe box Test sam Buffalo JoHogs Are Going Down Under the knife Dont forget your spices Our stock is new and fresh f Sage Black Pepper Red Pepper To The Housekeeper 1 We have on hands daily 1 BACKBONES SPARS RIBS COUNTRY SAUSAGE Change Your Meat Course t MacNeill Weathers s Both Phones No 40 L i H t XV vJ 4 CLIFTON B ROSS True Economy f v The success of this store is built on quality on the Mass of trade who realize true economy is a matter ofvalues rather than prices that the buying of cheap garments cheaply made is false economy We never studied qualitymore 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 represent Strictly Reliable Furs II THERE IS MORE TO BE CONSIDERED than price in selecting furs Q aJityiJ style workmanship and refined appearance are factors that should beI ofIutmost poisible value as every piece we show is the best ofits kind and comparison will demonstrate that our prices in every instance are lower than equivalent grades can be bought anywhere else in this coun try We have now ready for inspection all the fashionable models in fur neckpieces muffs small furs and novelties of all kinds in vogue this season The Selection of Your Suit Made Easy The selection of your fall andwinter suit is a problem easily solvedwith a stock as large and varied in lessas ours We fully appreciate that it is a perplexing task to make such a selection and this knowledge as well as a desire to give our patrons a selection of the VERY HIGHEST QUALITY and range of pattern has led us to se qualityOur quality of the most DISTINCTIVE STYLISH EFFECTS IN FABRICS at once beau tiful andserviceable StockcWe Give S H Green Trading Stamps CIIFTON B ROSS L CapitalR S10000P Undivided Profits 200000 THEJ Winchester Bank O- FaWINCHESER KY N H WITHERSOONPresident W R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS s iiI U ISeasonable TELLS YOU HOWTO A COlD Surely Breaks the Most Severe Cold JustFew a The most effective and harmles- way to cure Tile Grippe or brcaka severe cold either in the hand chest hack stomaehor limbs is of Pages Cold Compoundmery two hours until three consecutive doses re taken You will distinctly feel the cold goingt promptly relieves e most miserable neuralgia pains headache 1nOea head end nose stuffed up few erisbness ning of the lad rheumatic achingITake this directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world whichwill euro your cold or end Grippe misery IINew AutumnI ChainsReyFobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Bald win Bros LaFor Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market A number one stand vViIIsellon account ofother business Ecfon Bros921in xxi v V 50 N Main St Winchester Ky j r s promptly and witlibut any other a25centpound which any druggist in the world elm supply After three years research we have conclnsivcl3 demonstrated that quinine is not effective in the treat ment of colds or grippe- ALREADY BUSY sThe Census Bureau has declined to onlythingto get busy between now and 1020 Minnesota Editors Scheme Cheer up my friends I am hard at work on an invention that will bring you joy I hope ere Ions to successfully crOS3 a line grade of elastic rub ber with the pumpkin pie so that we JimitsDr IFOR SALE PRIVATELY forSrviceE R No5 Winchester Ky1114tf Want Any Coal Today Every day is coal day From allover the city we receive orders for coal Perhaps this is the day you intended to order Let us fill your purposesOurcity and suburbs Watch for our name on the wagons Let it be a reminder that here is the best platy to buy coal BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 I j StopCoughAs Cherry Pworal for the coughs and colds children Do as he says tMoii AUDITORIUMI As this is the last week of vaude vjlle the management is offering splendid acts for the last two twoI fabcl Elaine in w singing and dancing act iery good and ttits appreciated by a large audience Thursday night The feature act The Musical Den iekcs in one of the best acts seen at the Auditorium for some time Mr Denick is one of the best black face comedians on the Sun time anda fine musician and assisted by his wile they have gotten together a great musical comedy act Only four more vaudeville performances will be seen at the Auditorium theatre this season rCUl childrenWhatyour mother gave you and just what her i mother gave her In some families Ayers coughfmedicinefamily it stays Keep it on hand Friday night Sa1urd y matinee and two shows Saturday night Monday the Auditorium theatre will be con vcjtiil into an uptodate pictuvo show for 5 cents Saturday after noon matinee will be the last one given this season with vaudeville nets in connection and each lady attending this matinqc will get a beautiful souvenir picture free and every child that buys a ticket will get a nice box comfortablywill enjoy the splendid show Pumpkin cranberry mince applo and peach pics at the Winchester Bakery ll252t IA Great Assortment Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual1ireAarations for our Holiday ofToysour store All Christmas Goodsdisplayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras J andhundredsvisit our store when in Lexiugton C D Galloway Co Successor to T B Dewhurst KyI r Artis TurnbD The Wise Turkey MaRes 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 t Furnishings where the lure of below cost prices is not held out to you Come here and meet those keen minded buyers who always know where to get the most real value for their money Great Reduction i- nSUITSWe have in stock a complete line of beauti fully tailored suits of the best materials and WORKMANSHIP a f Artis Turnbull r 1 u TS 1Panii Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS Ji i Do YOlt Ever ThinkWhat An Intluel1ee61 t Gttodcldtlies have in the general appearance and looks of a community We hear some ing now and then about tx city styles meaning the kind of clothes worn by men in large cities but as amatter of fact city styles can f i just as well be worn and often are worn on the farm if c r b V3 Slit 8 l m to 30 Overcoats 18 to 30 lli LM Tie presence of alarge percentage of welldressed men in anytown gives it a look which nothing else can give Good f I lacking puildings skyscrapers or other wise idont count for halft V J aS udhntlietone of a town as a lot of weld dressed people 16 ilart SchaftnerIt- L r 1 G Marx o fi clothes are the sort of clothes that contribute to that air of class and we feel that were doing this community a lot of good by bringing these clothes here and supplying them at the- ypricesweaSk to the men who want good clothes il 1i ii n 1 J tI Young men especially will flpd us prepared j rt 4 J It 7M PH to supply their demands for special snap yC l t young styles We have the Varsity and then e Shapemaker the former being one I6f the most H Iift it famous of clothesstyles the latter an entirelyt new idea in clothesmaking especially designed I r 0for young men but certain to be worn by many i- 1IJ If 7 olcier men for its comfort and style x lJb till The new fabrics are especially fine browns tans grays blues the Hart Schaffner Marx line offers a greater variety tHan any half dozen lines in the country you findplenty of patterns to please you J LW Btoomfields Special Suits and Overcoats 10 1250 and 15 r I YbC BL00 FIELD CO I- 5 i L THE STORE THAW S4VESrYQIJ MONEY P droA 1 Y tt sor J y I j tw 7 THEWINCHESTEFTNEWS J Aw u r frandrtvta The Knockout Blow rizdfighfcrsFlomtic c p r znc jugular vein Storaacnpuncncs were rnrown in to worry and weary the fighter but if scientific man had told one of the old fighters that the most vulnerable spot was the region of the stomach hed have publie= ngsJbutplexus and knocks us out Make your stomach sound and ctrong by the use of Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and you protect yourself in your most vulnerable spotUGolden Medical Discovery cures weak stomach indigestion or dyspepsia torpid Jive bad thud and impure blood and other diseases of the tirgahs of digestion and nutrition The Golden Medical Discovery hasa specific curative effect upon all mucous surfaces and hence cures catarrh no matter where located or what stage it may have reached In fluidwhilepelvicbeminent medicalauthorities endorsing Its ingredients and explaining their curative prop ThisbookletbelhgusedIts foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested med GoIQMedical n proffered substitute is made of but you dont and it is decidedly for your interest that you should know what you are taking into your stomach and system expecting it to act as a PiercesGoldenPiercesComDr kierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach Liver and Bowels t L Citizens National Bank ga Paid up Capital SIGQOOC Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly end carefully to all business entrusted to us CasillerIx T F V PrJ W Pointer Asst Cashier J eiJfI kt IIr c f f L u u w 4aJr Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Irund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have bilt up a busi t proudWe because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future re1tutatiouare glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustbiners and cordially iuvite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business CashierjLL V Pres J is By the 30 FROM ROUND ABOUT HCentucldans would lay tide politics fora tint and talk for hotter boyar school house and tuore egtutnble taxation fbme good result from RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuel guarantee every loa- dROYSE 6 BOONE Winchester Both Phones WATER HEATERS r A ongr Instantaneous Water tt Heaters The RUUD Foremost Boiling Water TI Opening Faucet Ask for particulars f j GRANT WITT CO 1 NORTH MAIN STREET t If all ryads a esysteJilof might 11 Timesb we b l Yott1 t of thc lVS Geological Sur surIewJiich Uncle Sam is making of the country This morning they were at wBrk in Court sticetand were iej locating sealevel hearings which shftw tlie sameold mark on the Stat National J ink corner to be 520 fee above sea level Ma ysville Ledger Owing to the dry weather no to bacco of this years hasbeerbdelivered The farmers and growers would like to get their tobacco strip ped and delivered The buyers have not been buying muchof late but an ready to receive what they have pur chased as soon as the weather will permit Fleming Gazette The idea of Rankin even thinking of contesting the sent of Congress man Cantrill in the Seventh is silly It is claimed he intends bringing out the old Sara that buried Senator Thomas in his race against the Con gressman viz the cspitol site mud die in which it was claimed Cantrill not a nice sum for his vote =Rich1 Imond Climax As only fourteen football players have been killed this season the new rules seem to be amply vindicated Lexington Herald The editor is neither blessed vitl capital or time enough to go bin1 hunting but if he had just what wi he wasted 1t the poor birds up t January 1 1911 he would never speak to another newspaper man Morehcad Mountaineer ICOUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days count r courts are held each month n cOlin Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayBath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Dinville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Honda Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville aid Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysvillc 2nd Monday Mercer liarrudsburg 1st Mouday Montgomery Mt Steihng 3rd Mo dayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo day Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4tb Monda GO TO BrownProctoriaP For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore Phone us yourr wants ad we will delveS the goods promptly Both 370 GHASA HOSEY Prop MUSTGO- stoolMy of millinery to make room for Ql1 stocjL Every thnjg in mil linerv at cost for 30 Miss 11138tcWINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE WILL SERVE LUNCj The ladies of WfeCeivtral Baptist church will serve IniKyh in connection operahouseinvited The ladies will also serve dinner on court day RETURN FROM HUNTING TRIP Messrs Charles Quiscnberry and Eli Dooley returned from Wolfe theyhavequail FARM NO 150acres 7112 miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac co Ice house and allother outbuildings large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into four lots all well watered All in grass except 8 or 10 acres Close to good school Price 6000 FARM NO 258nrcs 0mile from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good Colt di ion Barn holds 4 acres of tobacco Ice house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib 1 hog houses andotjtgrout buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being Ivellwatered and every fence in first class couditipn Has youn orchard in full beiiiiijg Close good school and churches and in less than a quarter ofa mile from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 390 acres G4mil es from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of j rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acn tolaacco barn pfppdnQellar and all out buildings all in good condition di wiled in 5 tracts all well watercr and fenced About 20 acres in cultivation balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church tore and rostorco und blacksmilL shop Price 6000 FARM NO 497acres 7 mile from Winchester one quarter milt rom railroad station lids 2storj frame dwelling 6 rotiims new stud barn 2 tobacco barns that holds 10 acres all necessary outbuildings wel watered with pool Jrcllund creole all outside fencing good 15 acres in oultivation balance in grass Price fi9000 FARM NO 5110acres 7 miles Ifrom Wiuchcstcr fcvostoiy from 7 rooms 6acre tobac 1All necessary outhouse Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO 0105 acres 5 miles tram Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 Ltoms All nee essary outbuildings 12acre tobacci barn and tenant house Well and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7345acres 3 mile from Winchester has two fiveroon dwellings one 30acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco laud + Nearly all ii crass Price 50 per acre FARM N0 820 acres 3V2 mile from Winchester on good pike Ha rew 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO950 acres 7 miles from Winchester has frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobac co barn holding 6 acres all necessan outbuildings good orchardell watt eyed with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in oul Mvation balance ia grass price 5000 FARM PTJ10300 acres 12 mil twostorjarooms ant house 8acre tobacco barn large stock barn and all tnecessary out waterend farms in the county 75 acres in p il tivation balance in grass price 12000 FARM NO ll27 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 lands of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres iy2 miles from Winchester on good pike has two st6ty frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7acre tobacco barn and all outbuildings ellwatere3 and fenced Good land Pric20000 dwelling 9acrgtpbacco barn and all SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions would xvote Dr lungs New Life Pills the true remi ache constipation dispelling colds imparting appetite and toning up the system theyre unequaled Easy wincbestcrIDru Sewer pipe of all sizes at able prices Roysc Boone wasonII FARMS FOR SALE FleEfrom 1nILfr necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 14G2 acres 3 mQt from Winchester on good pike hay 4room tenant house new 10acre to hacco barn neverfailing water all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM N U 1592 acres 7l mile from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling with 9 oulbnHdlinco barn Well watered fencing gooit Close to school and church1ric 115 per acre FARM SO 1G70 acres 3 V miles from Winchester has twostorj frame dwelling with 7 rooms Al Outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance iii grass Puce 3500 FARM NO i75812 acres 5 mile from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 18103 acres neat Chilesburg has 3roorn tenant ions well fenced and watered All goo land on good pike Price 105 pi acreFARM N01985 acres 211 mil rom Winchester on good pike tw HitS twostory frame dwelling wit 3 rooms stock barn 10acrc tobuc jo barn all outhouses well fenced uul watered Price 200 per acre FARM NO 2098acrcs 4 mjle from Winchester on good piwc twc tory frame dwelling with 7 rooms outbuildtiigbwell watered Pricc 150 per acre FARM NO 2140acrcs 24 mile from Winchester and on good pike lids small dwelling and 5aonj told co barn well watered with creeks There is not 40 acres of better Ian in one boundary in Clark county would nuke an excellent truck garden farm having railroad station a fone corner of the farm Price 7000 FARM NO 22120 acres 9 mile from Winchester has 2story brick kresidencegain 13acrc tobacco barn outbuild ngs of every description all in good condition 30 acres in cultivation balance iii grass well watered bt Stoner creek Fine tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 23100acres 41A miles from Winchester on pike Good 2 tobaccdo buildihgs Price 125 per acre FARM NO 2445acres 4milf- rom Winchester Has on it 5goo dwelling 5acre tobacco barn a necessary outbuildings Joins rail oadstation close to schooland church Good yoiing orchard Well watered Price 4500 FARM NO 25227 acres on pike 12 miles from Winchester 6 mile from Mr Sterling 5roora dwelling mall tenant housp 10acre tobac c wergrass acretFARM NO 2G416 acres 10 mile from Winchester on pike 7room dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 tobacco barns that hold 15 acres all neces sary outbuildings goodorchard well watered 135 acres bottom land Price 60 per acre FARM NO 2714 acres oh good pike 6 miles from Winchester 6 room dwelling and all outbuildings Well watered and fenced Has on it 3 good blacksmith shop Price 2 850FARM N028271 acres 6 miles from Winchester on good pike 2 story frame dwelling of 7 rooms stock barn all outbuildings Close to good school churches store blacksmith shop Well watered Price 3500FARM NO 2963 acres 7 mils from Winchester 4room dwelling 4acre tobacco barn all outbuildings Close to school and churches Price 6j300 FARM NO 0143acrcs 9 miles from Winchester Groom frame dwelling 2 barns all necessary out tiarbe well watered Price 5000 WE HAVEWANY MOREFARMS 0 F AL SIZES AND PRICES W ALSO HAVE KINDS OF C ITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Tracy Stokely Office in McEldowney Bid 1 Both Piiones j 1Iia a 111Isertlon lOc a word per month perIcents Nothing charged on hooks for less than 25 cents 1s have some nice cotta ges for rent located in various parts of the city Prices ranging from 10 to 20 per mouth IFor Insurance on your Tobacco Office In McEldcwnsy Btilliiinz Home Phone 728 East Tern 2 Insure In ERSeOLD IllllFire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency IKF1CE Fret rattY nldq Phone l8r FOR SALE Harness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse collars etc EA Lowry No7 E Broadway 1123lmo FOR RENT Three upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gas water 19 Bcckncr street Mrs M 1B Locknane 1123tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offI a spec ially Catalogue on request South ern Mrgazine Agency Chttk R Tau 454d6 1123tf LOST Black mourning veil between 21 Uaggard street and Mrs Poyn jlJFOR SALE Household mal kitchen furniture rt public auction Satur day November 2iat 1 p in at corner of Kentucky strcte and Cen tral avenue Mrs E G Baxter ll223t FOR RENT Sixroom cottage on East Broadway Gas large garden pincnthChester RollerMills 112231 FOR SALE =Bronzc turkey gobblers 3 each Apply to rigs II B Fox route teod turkeyers n t 717lmaIl BrowndA Beatty News office 1031tf FOR RENT 75 acres good corn la now in clover and ready to golloa at Eotonf srnrifirv 1010tf rUNGSHN lAMPS The Winchester Railway Light fee Company in order to encoura the use of current have arranged us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp 120 watt lamp 90 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a uum her of useful electrical appliances Ire selling them at time lowest peas i tile margin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution iu the county is the Winchester Roll er Mills Why not use hrmp i1rtlJf best tfadr Kerr perfection and White PORT flour has no eniipl CINCINNATI TAILORING CO BrowEn n ing pressing and dying All work VinCbes1ter When you buy coal from us you gettingH r DB ilintErorvr Iresi4tro SDGOrr R f4riYtt cuhirarClark iGoiinty National Bank RSSIr Accounts oi Mcrchanls Farmers and Traders Solicited Cclicetlon Made on = Points CL pitaHirid Surplus 350O0000I 75 to 100 acres welt improved ijll tfUJSTOKELY 111tft PENDLETOPLRUSH hBUSH Attorneys lit Ltw 5tk Floor McEldoiHiey Building Winchester Ky LEWIS JAttorney fflce 5th Floor JnclJiduwneyBallclrllt IISpecial Attention to Collections Winchester Ky r- x J M STEVENSON Attorney at Lest lib Slain St Wfesterky VWBosh 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO M INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE McELDOWNEY t Phone 145 r 1SHORTHA Da 0 Standard Phonography the short cst legible shorthand Taught byicourse of individual lessonstrfeIbest method of teaching J G Lnry 235 S Highland street Horiie phone 737 It DANK4Q More Than Wet a ndNotice to Taxpayerse You have but a few more days bd fore the penalty is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect of the taxes by December 1st rYours respectfully t W 0 BROCK SherirT 1015t geNow is the tint to buY Red StAr 1coal for winter months Rbysc f Boone 1114Stt h NOTICE 1 p iOnband W II Young I will sell the cn tirc stock of goods including a gcjfi notionsing previously occupied by him nt Becknemlle MRS S E YOUNG 111 12t dlt THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER jImachine which is well known forijs durability and mood work Will Ito ablerlprospeetiwc sell o cithcrfor cash or monthly PaY mcrtit C C ROBBINS News oucei 1 Save money by investing in tiled Star coal now Royse Boone 11141f- ESTENTDIAW NU8rti 7 I il a ir l L t Pane Six THE WINCHESTER NEWSt 1 f t D t t Work Wonders for Large Figures TheReduso greatly improves well developed figures and gives support where most needed Reduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by straps or attachments of any kind will reduce the hips and abdomen from one to five ozes Prcc 300 upwards to 1000 Sold at all Stores Everywhere WEINGART2 DUOS flaterp 3 lh St at Broadway New York oHEassEssss H I 4 2 W hoh ti I I Gold Given Away We are giving Gold Stamps for each and every article you will buy at our store durring our November and December Sale and we are offering our stock of Clothing and Shoes to sell at reduced prices Now is a good chance for you to get your Gold Stamp trcviuni A few of Best Bargains Selz 300 Shoes now 250 Selz 5OO Shoes now 350 Crawford 350 Shoes now 300 I Ladies and Misses and Childrens Shoes at cost Ball Band 1st Quality Overshoes and Felt Boots arc our leaders We guar antee all our goods to give you perfect sat isfaction We will convince you br giving us a call Harris14 Main Street Winchester ICy r nU tM axwe119 Society Brand Overcoatstt CS For nod Young f IS 3 Differ from all other Readytowear Clothes They are better tailored better styled and contain better Y fabrics than the general run of readytowear clothes youA I I s1soo4oooI l upardSteart CompanyWINCHESTER L i Stamps Friedman and Suits and Men Men KENTUCKY IBlbol grease is the csencidoil ol Lantcrniawed men are not all light headed Few men word hard after they get old enough to know better IINDlGSTION GOES IN FIVE mm Heartburn Gas Dyspepsia and Oth Ior Stomach Misery Vanishes Be Ycu Realize It Ifwhat yell just ate is souring on ofIfood or have a feeling of Dizziness Heartburn Fullness Nausea Bad Trste in month and stomach Head achethis is Indigestion- A full case of Papes Diapcpsin costs only 50 cents and will thor oughly cure your ontofordcr stom ach and leave sufficient about the house in case some one else in the family may suffer from stomach trou or IndigestionAsk pharmacist to show yon the formula plainly printed on these 50cent cases then you will under stand why Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go and why they usually relieve sour outofordcr stomachs or Indigestion in five nutesDij1 pepsin is harmless and tastes lik candy though each dose contains p1epareall the food you eat besides it mak es you go to the table with a healthy appetite but what will please you most is that you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and fresh and you will not need to re sort to laxatives or liver pills for Biliousness or Constipation This city will have many Diapepsin ercnks as some people will call them but you will be cranky about this splendid stomach preparation too if you ever try a little for Indigestion or Gastritis or any other Stomach misery Get some now this miplitet alit StomachTrouble aea DEATH OF MR 11D1 DV NATHAN is Victim of Paralysis Body is Re moved to His Home in Indiana For Burial Mr Ed Dunatlian aged about lied Friday morning at 8HO at the Ke siugerhotclon North Main street ifier an illnessof about two weeks of paralysis Mr Dmiathan was tie inspector for the Erie railroad company with head s1V His Itome war in JIuntijigton Ltd and his body was shipped to fcat city for burial Fri day afternoon Mr Dunathrn is survived by his wife adn one son Gayle who arrived here the first of the week SUCCUMBS TO LONG IlLNfSS Mr Will Horine Aged 19 Dies at His Home en North Main Street of Complications Will Horine aged IOson of Mr W M Horine died at his home on Fat Hog Sale I WILL SELL ON Tuesday Nov 29 10 to 2 oclock about 150 head of Meat Hogs at Ham iltons Stock Yards Win chester KYin lots of five or more 1t- l Robb Reese North Main street Tlnusdry night after an illness of several months of complications Beside his father he is survived by four sisters Theresa Mary Cather inc und Elizabeth and one brother Joe The funeral services will be held at the Catholic church inf Lexington Saturday ironiin at 30yoclockcon ducted by lrev Falser IIillen Meyer The body till be buried in the Lex lingtou cemetery The worlds baseball series between Chicago and Philadelphia will be shown at the opera house Friday night November 23 Admission 10 cents 1125 t- WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY WOOItlerfuleruptions sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It gUjrifie the faces Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 25c at the Win chester Drug Company THE AUDITORIUMTHEATRE INCIFRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November 25 and 26 Mable Elaine Refined Singing and Dancing The Musical Denickes In a Big- Matinee Musical Act Saturday 230 P M A Handsome Souvenir Pier ture will b given to each lady present and every child that a ticket will be given a nice box of Candy at these Matinees rV BLOOMFIELD RATlilFf PROPRIETORS 1l01 tune usually bas gloves on when knocks at a mans door irTh Ob inning How many stars eau you see slit askedTwo more than you lIe said How do you make that out r she asked snidIall j MILLINERY AT COST Everything in the tine at cost for next 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin 111881 The worlds baseball series between Chicago and Philadelphia willb shown at the opera house Friday night November 25 Admission 10 cents 1125lt William Sterling Battis THE DICKENS MAN In LIFE FORT SAYALS Thirteen well known characters of Chas Dickens im personated in costu- meKentucky it i Wesleyan College Friday Evening November 25 Admission 35 Cents Womans Warning is Her Comb 1 tiiPt When your comb looks like this take no chances onceThisfor almost half a century before n boluc was sold madefrombf 7sires the hair when all other preparations fail It stops falling hair i cures dry or greasy dandruff and relieves iteming irritated or tender scalp You dont hire to wait for results either for the effect Is noticed after the first application of VVoodburys Hair Tonic It invigorates the hair roots stimulates thv circulation throughout the scalp and quickly produces a healthr growth lung bexutiful hair WOODBUkt- hefarotite rCRYShairlressin of New yoTls most pnrticularwomen It does not discolor Uie hair but preserves la nnturnlcolor restores its lustre and increases its vitality NoW sold oy oil druggists or direct from the Voodbury Company west 34th Street New York TWO SIZES 25c and 100 5 Aik your doctor or pear dtu t ahouItbeaoc ce back cf Lk fasou baa taste TLcrlaow tPhillips Dreg tit Dislnbutorsro Winchester Ky r jf I