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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t ffj Last Edition f VOLUME 5 NO 35 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK I ACCIDENTALLYSHOT IH Joseph Guy is Killed By Members o Hunting Party Who Mistook Hi Cap For a Rabbit jv PITTSBURG Penn Nov 26 Joseph Guy a young man of West vSwissvale avenue was shot fatally Thursday morning while hunting rab bits on the outskirts of the city byI members of time hunting party in which were his brother John and Frank Bradley a lifelong friend His cap was mistaken for a rabbit Guy died an ihour after being shot He leaves a widow and a babe of 11 days His motherinlaw Mrs Ellen Smyers fainted when the news of death was carried home saying she had been expecting it since no holiday in hud gone oyer her- headwithout some relative or close friend dying I Last Christmas Day Mrs Sinyers husband died from heart disease and previous holidays were marked with I similar cases of death in the family OFFICERS ELECTED AT MEETING At a Meeting of Ivanhoe Lodge No 24 Thursday Night Officers Were Elected For Ensuing Year As the regular meeting of Ivanhoe I No 48 Knights of Pythias Thursday November 24tih the following officers were elected for the ensuing term Walter Hampton C C E T Jones V C WL Price Prelate C H Bowen Mof Ex B T Spencer Mof F E L Upham Kof Rand S W H Klank M at A I Scott I G Kelly Poer 0 Go C E Bush Trustee WINS BRIDE ey WALIIG five Hundred Persons Saw Rivals For Young Womans Hand Taker Part in Endurance Waltz Contest NEW YORK Nov 26Fhe hundred persons saw William Huntington of No 16 Dresden street Brooklyn win a Marathon waltz and a bride inSomer Hall Rockaway avenue and- S street early Thursday morn Eng Miss Nina Farrington was sought in marriage by Mr Hunting ton and John Finlay Being fond of waltzing Miss Farrngton could thnk of no more satsfjsctory test for a husband than an endurance waltz contest and told her suitors that shy would marry the winner The contest began Wednesday night Mr Finlay collapsing after three hours and a half of dancing with re lays of pairtners- I could just die waltzing said Miss FarringUm to her finance after the ordealI did he replied The wedding will take place next Sunday in the same hall Mr Fin lay will be best man 1DREXEL CENTER OF ATTRACTION i Holder of Worlds Altitude Record Attempts to Fly to Philadelphia But is Unable to Do So PHILADELPHIA Penn Nov 26 Followers of aviation in this city were kept busy Thursday watching the fortunes of J Armstrong Drexel of this city who Wednesday established a new worlds altitude recoVd and Claude GrahameWhite the En glish man bird who brought to a a close a series of successful exhibi- tiohs at the Point Breeze race track in the southern section of the city Drexel stabr j j THE WINCHESTER NEWS attraction He attempted to fly back to Philadelphia in a Bleriot monoplane from Oreland Penn where he landed Wednesday after his record breaking flight but he became lost and was forced to land at Trenton Junction four miles from Trenton N J Oreland is about 13 miles from flightrmilessDrexel landed because of a short age of gasoline having started with but little more than sufficient to car ry him from Oreland to Point Breeze He landed on a chicken farm and said he had mistaken the Delaware River for the Sthuylkill and had tra eled north instead of south He liar intended following the Schuylkih River to Point Breeze Drexel after he had landed tele phoned the following statement tc PhiladelphiaI myself over a river and thinking it was the Schuyllall I start edas I thought down it Instead l afterward discovered it was the Del aware I knew I was lost before made my landing The landing was made witiboitt mishap I cannot tell what altitude I reached for there was no barograph on the monoplane know however that I was at gay time very high Drexelafter arranging for the safe keeping of the air craft returnee to Philadelphia by train Claude GrahamWhite gave several exhibition flights Thursday and on one of his trips took aloft General James Allen Chief Signal Officer of the United States army r AMmlCAN RfD CROSS MfHING President Taft Will Preside Ovei Session of Association For Munici palahd Personal Hygiene WASHINGTON D C Nov 26 President Taft will preside at th annual meeting of the American Red Cross in Washington on December The American Red Cross is one ol the most influential philanthropic so cieties in the land Its roster in cludes the names of some of the most noted men in the United States andr its work has time and again proved it to be a large factor in furthering the countrys hygienic conditions Its activities extend from the At lantic to the Pacific and from Alaska to the canal zone Wherever there is flood famine or fire its emissaries are present Its charities arc under the direction of a central committee which controls all the various State boards and the State boards have charge of the local charities mating a detailed report to the central committee Perhaps one of the most interest ing departments is that of the cant zone under the charge of Major C A Devol The herculean task of making this site of pestilence habitable for the hosts of canal engineers workmen clerks and Government employed was ably shared in by this society The society has issued a Red Cross Christmas seal for use on Christmas packages These stamps will be sold to Christmas shoppers wishing to further the good work of the society in its campaign for municipal and personal hygiene GREAT BIBLE t SCHOOLFXPERTR- ev Robert P Shepard of St Louis Will Conduct Services at the First Christian Church Robert P Shepard of St Louisa great Bibleschool expert and mem ber of the National Association will have chargEr of the exercises at the School of the First Christian church Sunday morning and will also preach at the morning service He istsplendid speaker and has a great reputation in his field of work In the afternoon at 230 oclock he will hold a conference of teachers and workers which will be very in teresting and helpful The teachers and officers of the other Bible school in the city and county are especially invited to attend this afternoon meet hugMr Charles Ramsey was in Lex ington Thursday CREMATED BODY IS DISCOVERED Blackened and Charred Beyond Rec ognition James Flynn Who Ha Been Fighting Fires is Foundl 26Black1cned Flynn who had been lighting the for jst fires in the mountains was found jn Mt Ida just outside the city lim its by men who were fighting the fires Thursday The body was pinned to the ground by a heavy piece of timber and the area about it was burned black The man had evidently been caught by the falling tree and was incinerated alive Searchers had been scouring the mountains looking for Flynn since Monday evening when he failed to return home after a days fight with the fires The flames are sweeping the en tircj mountain range near this city and much damage lias been eXIitinguishing for weeks and the fires have been raging for live lays while residents are fighting the flames to save their homesSeveral houses on the burned moun tains have been destroyed and it is feared Grants Mountain containing much valuable timber will also be licked up by the flames GREAT WATER- WAGONPARADE More Than 1500 Drunkards Signed the Pledge at Boozers Mass Meet big in New York NEW YORK Nov 2dThegreat water wagon parade of tlie Salvation Army was such an inspiring success Thursday that 1500 drunkards signed the pledge at the Boozers meetings which followed in the army headquarters on Fourteenth street The parade was witnessed by thou sands Led by Colonel Mcintyre the water wagon with a recent pledge signedon top in a chair that had to be tied so that he wouldnt falloff sailed triumphantly through the stormy alcoholic waves of Fourteenth street moved majestically up Fifth avenue to Twentythird street rounded the rough capes of time Flat Tray Building and came bam down Broad way with a redfaced wabblykneed band of new converts in its waken was a real sprinkling wagon drawn by six horses It bore the in scription in large loiters Boozer what about mother wife and children Get on the wagon In the various divisions of the parade wereI banners bearing similar legends The army had been rounding up drunkards from every section of the city since the preceding midnight and when the assemblage got back to headquarters there was a spirited meeting luring which men and wo men told the newly arrived water wagoners the joy of being free of the curse of liquor OPEN MEETING The Missionary Society of iiWashington street Presbyterian church will have an open meeting at the church Sunday at 7 p m Everybody invited RUN OVER BY L i E TRAIN No Blame Attaches to the Train Crew as Man Was Lying on Track Mouth of Tunnel JACKSON Ky Nov 26 Frank Mortis a former employe of the Lex ington Eastern railroad was run over and instantly killed by train No 2 of the Lexington Eastern just a it cause out of the tunnel east of Torrent Friday afternoon The engineer npficed a man on the track as his locomotive emerged from the tunnel and put on the air in an effort to stop the train but was unable to do so and the body of Morris was ter ribly mangled both legs and arms be ing crushed It is not known how Morris came to be on the track whether he was asleep or had fainted or had been struck while walking on the track No blame attaches to the train crew as the man was lying so close itib him Norris leaves a widow and several children who live near Tuncasllc in Lee countv He had been a bridge carpenterfor years on the Lexington Eastern mal also had worked on KentuckyRicrHe was a valued employe cud an ex pert at railroad bridge construction BISHOP BURTON WILL PREACH First Christian Church on Sunday Evening at 7 Oclock onChristian IBishop Burton of the Episcopal church will pieiujh at the First Christian church Sunday night at 7 oclockupon the subject of Christian Unity In view of the remarkable declaration upon this subject 1 issued by the convention of his church at its recent convention held in Cincinnati his address Sunday night arill be of special interest The public is cordially invited and the house should be crowded to hear this emi nent divine AUDITORIUMII After Saturday night the vaudeville will be discontinued for the present season at time Auditorium theatre and Messrs Bloomfield and Ratliff nol entirelyiiavcthe loading picture firms of Cincinnati 11licensening Monday the Auditorium will rte rriotures exclusive1 COOO feet of film Avhicli will make about forty min utes of splendid entertainment at tIlt small price of 5 cents The bill of fered Saturday night is one of the best played here latel yarn deserves big house at each performance SAYS TAFT IS INDIFFERENT Member of Association is Heartily Cheered When He Declared President Has Mistaken Sentiment ST LOUIS Mo Nov 2GThe charge that President Taft is growing indifferent toward a deeper waterway for the Mississippi river and contests between the factions in the States for representation on the committee marked the first session of the Lakes totheGulf Deep Waterways Associ ation convention here Friday President W K Kavanaugh of till association was cheered heartily by time delegates during the reading of his opening address when he declared President Taft has mistaken the sentiment of the nationJThe fight in the Illinois Republican party came to t surface wcmi Hit delegation went into caucus to elect a representative on the resolutions committee Senator Lorimers friends selected Congressman Raincy for the resolutions committee and Governo- Dcnecns followers named Isham Randolph When the factions reported before the platform efforts were made to compromise on one man but with out avail and the scene bordered on a riot Delegates from other States gath erect when Governor Deneen mounte- a chair to still the tumult The del egation was prevailed on to move to a ranenreported s amn Randolph had been chosen for the resolutions committee and Congressman Raiuey for the nominating committee Isham Randolph of Chicago tot the convention the waterways ques tion was not a political one lIe de- s elated in favor bf fighting for the deepest Chraunelobtainableif not fourteen feet then twelve or nine feet Edward A Halsey of Chicago took a p estlndiii favor of a fourteen foot channel HAND CUT OFF IN MACHINERY Mr Mills Sutherland is Severely Hurt at Plant of Winchester Lum ber and Manufacturing Company Mills Sutherland sonof Mr and Mrs Ed Sutherland was severely injured at the plant of the ter Lumber and WiuchcsI pany Saturday morning He was working on one ofthe lathe machines He had a smug on his left hand and it is supposed that it got caught in the machine in some way which pulled his hand into the macl1 nerFAll on time exception of the index finger and thumb and most of the hand was cut entirely off lIe was hurried to the oflice of Dr Howard Lyon who with Dr Frank Johnson dressed the wound at MISSING GIRL IS DISCOVERED GStatesBeen Found Mrs Alpha Cline Coeburn whose daughter Miss Myrtle Cline was lostS and in trouble in Cincinnati passed ilu onglr Winchester from her home Thompson Station to Cincinnati Saturday morning in response to a telegram received from the Chiefof Police of Cincinnati Friday afternoon stating that her daughter tau been found The telegram merely stated that she had been found and was alive Mrs Coeburn irrfmediat l inuponpreparations for her return to Cin P and Friday morning was here in time to catch the early train fOIr that city Miss Cline was located Friday in a house on West Seventh street When the detectives entered he rroom she shrank a frightened piteous figure in the corner of the roost but after the detectives told gem that her mother had been there look ing for her and forgave her she went willingly to police headquarters After arriving at the police head quai tcrs Miss Cline gave out the following statement Logan made love to me and pertJ suaded me to come to Cincinnatiwith him to be married she Said Every day he found some excuse for putting off the ceremony and a month went by It was many days before began to suspect that he intended a fooling me and the realization of il allset me almost insane I begged him to marry me I felt worse Slittlewere planning some little Thanksgiving Eve celebration at their Sunday school Their childish happiness and innocence gave me the keenest an guish HI thought of Thanksgiving a tome with my patient mother wait mug for some news from me but could not send her lies and I could write no letter that would comfort mothers heart I was no wife a she thought I hrd refrained from writing letting her believe that I ha married but was careless of the home folks in my new happiness God knows I was the most miserable being in Cincinnati II Then I grew to think how wel 1efrt Logan I felt that I could not go homo and I was afraid of being alone in a big city I prayed that God word cause compassinin Logans heart and he would make things right Sometimes he treated me so kindly that I imagined he had the marriage license in his pocket and was going to pleasantly surprise me But in stead he would take out a bag o candy and I was disappointed I firmly resolved to end my mis erable existence and thought to let my mother know so that my remains would be taken care of and burie 1at home I didnt know how long it would take a letter to reach her thought it might be three or four days She got it in a few hours I hear I intended waiting until she got the letter and then I would end my life I did not send my address for Iwas ashamed to have her face m e in life Wilson aged thirty a tailor lLogan 1andher home ORDER FOR ROXA KOLA Mr G L Wiiuscott receivedat order from Altus Okla Saturday morning for a keg of his Roxa Kola In syrup During the past few weeks Mr Wainscott has received orders from several States and the popularity of Roxa Kola is rapidly in creasingti PICTURES ARE two Were So Pleased With Realistic Film That They Request Its Reproduction =Time worlds baseball series between Philadelphia and Chicago were shownSthe opera huijse Thursday The pictures were good and the base ball fjns requested Ma Dinclli t shout them again on Friday night He secured the permission of the pic Dforthem on Thursday night attended with many more on Friday night huYPSIESthe HORSE TRADERS ber Wagons With Men Women rnd Children Are Camping on Outte skirts of Winchester A large number of gypsies and horse traders arrived here Saturday morning to attend court here Monday About sixteen wagons in all passed through the city and the men and women with their children are camp g on the outskirts of tIle city These travel through the State the year round making the county courts tiring is made by trading horses and by the women and children makS ing a begging canvass of the various cities A MISTAKE The announcement of the marriage- of Mr W C Webb and Miss Belle Stacey appeared in this paper sometime ago Mr Webb called at this office Saturday Ul1requested its to state that S announcement was a mistake LOT SOLD IN Tmcy Stokely agents for Mr M Hodgkin Friday afternoon sol v lot in North Park to Logan Edg for 350 Mr Edge will erect handsome residence on the lot in the ITnearC- ARtLOAD Slipped By Ratliff Thomas tfAtlanta GeorgiaSaid to Be Fin est in StatenUN Ratliff and Thomas shipped on November 25 from the Hamilton stock yards one car load of mule to Atlanta Ga The load is said te be the best in the State Messrs Ratliff and Thomas ship one load from Frankfort whic bought of Mr A Jeffries The t shipped in the past five week carloads of mules They bought the following at the Hamilton stock yards Saturday morning One mule from Dave Gay at 200 One pair of mules from Stuart Tay lor Son 600 Two pairs of mules from Jame Quisenberry 700 One pair of mules from Dal Pow ell 425 One pair of mules from F Ormes 425 One pair of mules from L S Ham ilton 425 SUES FOR DIVORCE Mary Emma Scott colored brought suit in the Clark Circuit Court Friday for divorce from her husband Stroth er Scott The petition alleles cniel and inhuman treatment on the part of the defendant Dr Browne Ishmael motored to Lexington Thursday f WEATHER Unsettled Weather With Rain Tonight or Sunday THREE DEEDS ARE RECORDfD Clerks Office Which Indicates That the Real Estate Business is Very Quiet Only three deeds were recorded in Clerks office during thc past week which indicates that the real estate business is very quiet and very little property is changing haiuis Following are the deeds recorded- J M Reeves to Charles Oliver 14Xs acres of land on Upper Howards creek for 1 and other considerations II S Gilkey and wife to F II Haggard life interest in hou Hick man street and lot left by 11iec Gilkey H S Gilkey and wife to F gard life interest in house in s Park uits FILED INCIRCUIT COURT Docket Will Be a Light One Only ThirtyTwo Cases Being Scheduled For Trial Friday was the last day for bring g suits for the December term of Clark Circuit Court The Decem docket will be a very light tame Only 32 were filed Of these 22 were equity cases and ten ordinary Fol loling were the suits filed for the J W Pace vs Grant Hill Fannie B Martin vs Robert Martin City of Winchester vs BT Lewis Company S B Redmond vs Mary S Phillips etc J W Hudsons admr vs B B Hudson heirs Thomas Wailer vsv Clarence Richardson James Ashby vs Emma Ashby M B Stevenson vs Stella Steven n George Cooper vs Mary Cooper Daisy Hall vs George Hall A A Clay SoD A Hughes Lexington Banking Trust Company vs Floyd Day Polly A Locknane vs Cecelia White etc J W Johnson vs Cora Wilson etc Julia Taylor vs Dan Taylor Allan G Prewitt etc vs Nannie Gay and WT Gay Lee Mason vs Lena Mason Mrs S F Ballard vs Nannie Ltd olcini and W H Nolcini Mollie Dunn vs Henry Dunn Mary E Boone and Henry Boonc 4 S William Robinson etc Mary Emma Scott vs Slrolher Scott Time National Bank of Potcan vs C Thompson etc J II Hardwick etc vs Eastern Kentucky Telephone Telegraph CompanyB Coyle vs L N Railroad CompanyC Adams vs J M Thompson etc Murphy Grocery Company vs St Fric and Marine Insurance Com panyC W Vermillion vs East Ten see Telephone Company Charles J Scott vs C 0 Railroad Company TOO LATE TO CLAW LOSTBunchof keys Return to C C Robbins News office 112601 LOSTIn Winchester or on Muddy Creek pike pair of wagon stretch ers eRtuni to Jones livery stable P B Poer 1126it- WANTEDDay boarders In the center of time town We serve nice fare at reasonable rates Dehiney Hoskins 1120lt TAKEN UPWhite sow slit in right ear weight about 250 pounds Owner can have her by proving property and paying cost and dam are J S Boone miles from Winchester on Lexington pike ll2G3t IWANTEQTo rent a 5 or Groora located Apply to Robbins News office ll2G3t LOST An Isabella Fox muff within the last week Tinder return to Robbing News loffice v 11263t I i p5Page Two 7 TuFWtIoICHFTroEw t tar 4 TilE NCHESTR NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by CorIncorporated 1mce 209111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunday tteiNovemberin Winchester Kentucky undef the Act of March 3 1879 loth PiionB Hi II SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one year 300 Six Mnths 1 Ore Month 5 Payable in advancer r y ADVERTISING RATES DisplaYPer Inch One lime any edition 8 1 Three timesj within one week One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 3 Four weeks 4 times a week 2 Four weeks three time sa week 1 Fur weeks two times a week 1 Four jReadingBusiness notices body type7J 2 Puro reading news heading it Three continuous insertions of sa Item at double the onetime ratei ClassifiedPer Word lOne insertion any edition Three insertions continuously Each three additional Insertions One calendar trio continuously 1 Nothing counted less than 10 word No item charged on books fo less than 25 cents THIS PAPER E TEpfQR REtGtf ADVERTISING BY THE R m3J GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITJES SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1910 WARNINGS Numerous Democratic newspapers 1lcUprayjng thrt the Democratic party now that it will have SOUIQ poseur iu the federal government may be stared from the mistakes of th past L Tie Houston Post says thf Democrats should talk little r think much and pray witfaoul ceasing It t li not be possible to avoid mis takes and if one gigantic mistake the past be avoided then any othei vrtfjvs will be trivial If Democrat will avoid the mistake of imagining that victory lies along the pn mapped out by the predatory inter nits thou their course along the gov eminent highway will be compara tively castA mighty danger threatens the Democratic party It is the dangei of passing under the controlof men who wEiile posing as Democrats represent the very elements that liar dominated the Republican party an against which Republican insurgent have protested Democrats everywhere shout trlk and think and pray but tht talk should be Democratic lang ugc tlc U gobbernment the prayer should be foi public rather than for special inle- rostJrhe Commoner WHEN WE MET GEORGE D PRENTICE Wor many years before the Civil War George D Prentice editor of the Louisville Journal was regarded writexchanged as a prisoner qf war we were camped for a shqrt time early in 1803 at what was known as the Oakland race track just south of Louisville We had heard so much about Prentice that we wanted t see him With our chum we would walk the streets of the city and ev ery now and then pick out someI portly finelooking welldressed el cicrly man for Prentice but in eacJi case we were wrong Finally we tDI boys determined to see Prentice t The next time we got a pass we went straight to the Journal office arid asked for him After sOlnettrouble we were directed to his private of fice We knocked and a weak voice WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CQ INCORPORATEDX i stid tome in It was a diiigy room A little iiiof and poorly clad old mar was sitting at u table We said to him We want to see Mr Prentice Ho answered I am Mr Prentice What can I do for ybug This experience taught us the les iQsori Never judge a mans abilities by the size of his body or the kind of dollies that he wears MORE ROOSEVELT MAXIMS cannotiqeither of a plutocracy or of a mob exiI8only if governed on principles of li qunder and through and by the law for all Third tine spirit of class hatred ifcIeit takes the other It is as base if if lakes the form of an arrogant over riding of the rights of those not s of2can envious or mean rancor- toward those better off Fourth Any man who indulges in either feeling snores himself to be u true American There is a possibility that Govern norelect Foss of Massachusetts s may over do himself iii demanding that Henry Ctbot Lodge withdraw as a candidate for Senator One of our city fathers informs us that he willin the next meeting of the Council introduce an ordinance imposing a fine of one dollar for iris ting on the sidewalk It should pass it is not in good taste for a host to mention the high cost of living in the presence of a dinner guest Nineteen hundred and ten in elec lion parlance is an off year The Etotl vote of both the Republican IIand Democratic parties fell far belo tljat of 1908 a Presidential year bu the Socialist vote increased over tw hundred thousand compared lest sitfIt Is less than a hundred years since men were arrested as disturbers of commoytaxation It is little more than 50 years since some wlro advocated the abolition of human slavery sere mob bed and maltreated Slavery was abolished and everybody is glad of it The common schools is how the most popular institution four country A gentleman or htdy will ahtayj be courteous and kind to those that 1are poor and unfortunate It dont matter so imrch to those that arc well up in the world It is srid that the census returns and the unit ofreprescntation may tape one Congressman froni Ken tucky We move that in that event we try to spare Mr Caleb Powers Lexington TemldiOr Campbell Cantril1I HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN at Earps studio for Xmas presentsj ll193wkscod TRINITY CHAPEL Clt Sterling Pike Evening service at 330 p m sor ion by pastor Rev John Stuart Brinks Sunday school at 230 p m midweek service Friday at 730 p m V V FIRST BAPTIST CHUijCHI Services Saturday night at seven aimdo7 p m and all next week at 1Q30- a in and 7 p m The meeting thus far has been a splendid success The preaching by Divf Porter lots been great and powerful and the music b- yReL L Averiit lias been a great iiceThehiss become a special favorite of mite 8isthese services =Mr Walter Smith was in Lexington J Thursday THAT CdSY CORNER you have so long wanted is neither a matter of as much labor or expense as you may imagine Our milt work will supply practically everything needed frqin the window frames and sashes to the panels for the scat Ail- ready to put together even by your self if vypuidesire rto Comp and see tJ I U s i t IF t H g Sale 1 I WILL SELL ONt Tuesday Nov 29j 15Qheadiltons Stock Yards Win Chester Ky in lots of five or mote ReesebfALLING HAIR EASY TO STOP IT AND MAKE IT LUSTROUS AND BEAUTIFUL oIf your hair is falling out if yoij have dull unattractive hear or if you needa daily hair dressing read what Mrs Hettie Hodgman of Xelsonville Erie County Ohio writes June 3 Sageous for falling hair and find it the finest tiling I evej heard of My hair was falling out by combs full and I could ruii my fingers through it and they would hang full of loose hair I washed my hair and got a bottle of Parisial Sage and used two applications and I couldsee a great difference My hair was lustrous raid nice and had almost stopped falling out anti by the use of more bottle it stopped al titogether Forwomen for men or for children Parisian Sage is without any doubt the finest preparation for the hair It is guaranteed by Phillips to stop hair from falling to eradicate dandruff and stop itching stall in two weeks or money hack It it a most daintily perfumed and re freshing hair dressing free trOll grease or stickiness and ought to bl in every home where every mcinbei LargtIigists everywhere The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package- Mr Fred Dakin was in Lexington Thursday AGED PASTOR IS MUROfRfD John Sears is Held Without Bail t Answer Two Separate Charges o Homicide TRENTON N J Nov 26 Thm- urder ofj Rev Anzi L Armstron and his wife Annie Armstrong a their home at Dutch Neck Thursda night has resulted in charges bcin preferred against John Sears who wits held without bail to answer twp separate charges of homicide Rn Nbrlfaus who was brought to Trenton by the county authorities along with Seats was allowed to gc his home in New Brunswick Prosecutor Grosslcy said ho was satisfied that Norhaus was in no way connected with time murder After having submitted Scars to cxamina lion Crossley and County Detectivp Kirkham went to Dutch ATecl anfl Sears mother the housekeeper in the Armstrong household was iinpound tCryeijlance of the mother Time investigation it was said es tablished the fact that Armstrong null his wife were filledtvitlt a double barrelled gun which was later found standing yin a earner in time kitchen of the Armstrong home This gun was borrowed by SeJ ss two weeks ago from a neighbor fq gunning purposes Semis is a half breed and his mother is a negress Mrs Sears has been housekeeper in thp Armstrong family for mote than 30 yetlsThf sou who is suspected of the 3yearsold RcyMr Armstroriry ts one of the best known Iresby enan ministers in Southern rs He had been pastor of lJll church at Dutch Neck for 43 years t HAIRAy ca cum sage akol3a water peifanle Ash your dcfctoraboatttdsT Follow his advice tlrestingDocsa Lowell MM RROTESTANTfplSCOPALCHURCH Emmanuel Church Hickman Street Morning service at 11 a m sermon by Bishop L W Burton D D Sun day school at 10 a m midweek service Wednesday evening Lady fingers macaroons egg kiss es and beaten biscuits at the Win Chester JBakeyy Il25r2t Asthma Uatarrh- Cured Expert Medical Scientists Announce Startling Results Obtained By Seripine New York Thousands arc taking advantage of the generous offer made by The Woodworth Co 1101 Broad way New York City requesting an experimental package of Sell ine the great discovery for Asthma Hay Fever Bronchitis and Catarrh which is mailed free of charge to all vho write for it It is curing thousand of the most stubborn cases It makes no difference how long you have been suffering oi low severe the cli malic conditions arc where you live Senpinc will cure you If yoii have experimented with oth er treatments pied have failed to fir a cure do not be discouraged but send for a trial of this wonderful truly mcritous remedy which is a scientific compound discovered by a Professor of Vienna University and is being recommended by thousands GREAT LACK OFIAMMUNITION Major General Wood Paints a Gloomy Picture of Lack of Preparedness in Case of War JVASmNGTON Nov 20 Mcjor General Wood Chief of Staff paints a gloomy picture of the lack of pre tjwpedjiRSs of tho ftrmy hj ease of waivin his nnnuarreport to the Sec of War The most seriouss weakness lie says is in the shortage ion1Geneml you for you rap at once all for my MY NAMEIS MY ADDRESS IS list opposite write tho iiamo great lack of reserve sea coast ammunition and that at the present Congressittain a reasonable supply of ammunition for the coast defense and a still necessaryGeldIf the regular army and organized militia at war strength were called to arms today says General Wood morethannecessary to equip General Wood strongly urges the passage by Congress of the bill pond ing for raising a volunteer army in time of war Other needs of the mili service are set out in tiie report including time addition of 010 officers 11 the- creation of a reserve of not less than three hundred thousand men who have served in time regular army or militia the concentration of the aiv my in large posts the reestablish ment of the canteen raid finally the increase of the signal corps and the acquisition of aeroplanes DONATIONS TU OhPHANS HOME Are Received By Kings Daughter IHome is Undenominational Needy Appealing Institution Time Kings Daughters will to ac knowledge the generous Thanksgiv tug donations of friends of the High land Orphans llpmc at eny City Kentucky iln undenominational needy appealing institution where more than 2S homeless Jf being cared for Potatoes and other vegetables and bacon have been given by Mr Eli Dooley Mr Asa Dooley Mr James Ilolloway Mrs Howard Wilson Mrs RcniclcSbreakfast foods four cases of crimed goods one case of groceries from Mr C W Shotnlter barrelof flour Mr Do T Matlacic 100 pounds of lard from Mrs George Hon Several gave money instead of omit cr donations A sweeping reduction in millinery Everything at cost for 30 day Rosa Baldivin t1113St FREE TO ALL PEOPLESAMPLE OF WONDERFUL NEW MEDICAL DISCOVERY SENT FREE TO ALL SICK OR AFFLICTED PEOPL- EII mail free of charge a complete home treatment of my won derful new discovery to all sufferers who fill out the coupon below and it to me today I to send you this free proof treatment tc Iscnd the wonderful curative powers it has Do not send money cent do I ask this wonderful new treatment just write me foj it using the coupon below an 1wiil send at once the free tieatmen tbtthas cured others that suffered as you now suffer I will also sen l offs coupon WALSH i tI Coupon for Free TreatmentAND FREE BOOK Dr DJ WALSH IBox 2094 BOSTON MASS Send cbarges paid yourfree treatment eutinlifreE AeHdWlongtifllietodJIf here them tary sitee children from Miss SICK want fVSy Principal Trouble lips Been Mako a cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front the ono from which you stilton ofIRheumatism Kidney Trouble Lumbago Bladder Tropblo Heart Disease BiuodNourtdgla DiarfJiota Torpid I Constipation Partial Paralysis Indigestion Nervousness Headache Malaria uDizzinessunrights Disease i AT Ism t Havin been at tIle market arid ffhaving had good luck in purchas ing goodslots at way below market price I am going to offer them for the benefitjof my customers J f i 6 OaT lOc Cotton BatsSpecial ptec4 Bats for 25cAf THE STAR American and Simpson Calicoes per yd 5c eoATTHE STAR Heavy Brown Cotton yard wide per yd 5J c AT THE STAR Misses Ribbed Hose 15c quality 2 pair for 25c AT THE STAR Allwool Straight Knee Pants worth 100 per pair 50c AT THE STAR Ladies CalfSkin Shoes all sizes worth 200 per pair LIaAT THE STAR Selz 300 Shoes for men all sizes and qualities 240AT THE STAR ChildrenSBcarSkin Coats all colors forage 2 to 5 198 AT THE STAR Suit Cases Leather Handles Brass Locks 98c AT THE STAR 2500Ladies Tailored Suits allwool or worsted 1500 AT THE STAR 1750 Ladies Tailored Suits guaranteed quality and finish 1050 eoAT THE STAR 2000 Ladies Carucal Coats in black 1250 AT THE STAR 3750 Ladies Poney Coats in black 2250AT THE STAR lOOdMisses Velvet Coats all colors and sizes 500AT THE STAR r 2000 Mens AI1W061 Suits 1250ATTHE STAR 150ft Mens Allwool Suits 950 AT THE STAR 1250 Mens Allwool Suits 750ATTHE STAR 250 Mens Allwool Pants 150 AT THE STAR 1OOOi Of other bargains in Dry Goods Clothing Shoes wEtc You will be benefitted if yoncome to t TilE S TAR AND SEE WHAT WE OFFER LIVE WELL Its easy when ytu know where to prieMYonspices delicacies choice and fresh laity products toothsbme hams and bacon and fresh meats to suit the tastes of people who know high grade foods when they seeand test them from J VV DAWSNSuccessor to J M POWELL No 6 N Nain St WANTED AT The Bridge Junk Shop HIDES AND FURS J W Hisle wants all the Hides arid Furs iii the commmuity He is so situated that he is able to pay more than any other dealer in the city Bring in your Furs and Hides and the cash THE BRIDGE JUNK SHOP U W HISLE Prop 2t t ty1 ONLY 4c IN STAMPS I Ufor a sample bottle of the F ESTT 9J FRENCH PERFUMEi t I I LILAC VEGETAL IT Writ nl oncetoour American ffices S ndcCand we will maul you a sample of the rao5tc iquiiittdelightfuticxtraet yca evu used RetaU price 7scfoc a a bottle i r Ilcalert r a PABfcUMERIg E0vPJNAUDj DEPTM ED PINAUD BLDG I W YORK lt Read0 The News 4 r J OTHEWINCHESTERHEWS PaH rhtte j i 1 FOUR 1 t WEEKS FROM ToMorrow H I H BriWEN Jeweler and- gft 1 httt I Q ic I0 S Main St WINCUESTEB KY J u ft SOCIETY J v Six OClt k Dinner r v Miss Olivia Clay and Henrietta i eelliug1vifiihi honor of their guest Miss Virginia Lewis from Shelby villc llisscs Ijjeatt Sadie Hddgkiii Olivia clay 4Vjid Hcnnetta Gardqer Messrs Jbp Nunnello f Charley Venable Frank Rogers Torn Lander Skin nier and James Fishback Quiet Wedding 1 Miss Addic Nave daughter of M- rpv T Nave of this city was quietly married at Harrodsburg on November i 24 toMr W M Bohon a prosperous farmer of Bahontown Mercer conl- ntyMr Glen Tudor and Miss Bculab Virus aeeompanieil them Mr Toni Kupard was in Lexington Thursday Mrs H G Garrett has rotarue11 from a pleasant visit in Lexington Miss Alice Laiidor of Richmond Spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs C II Dcitrich Mrs Belle Jackson graduate nurse gf Virginia is visiting icr sistcrm lilt Mr Jolm Edmonds Mr 0 G Hadden spent Thanks giving wt his home in this city Mrs C H Dcitrich returned Sat ui day from a visit in Ilopkinsville Messrs Lucicii Beekner dirt Steve Payis attended tie football game in Lcxingtoh Thursday Misscs Liuiric and Mary Lisle Duty t daai1ton Thursdejy to attend the football f game Mr and Mrs Landers and Mrs John Thompkins have moved from Versailles to Gbrdbritdn- My Clarence Boswell attended Ute football game in Lexington Thursday Dr D H McKinley attended the CentralStato game at Lexington ThursdayMiss Clay Boone spciil Thanksgiving with friends an Lexington Mr and Mrs A R Martin and Ii1 and Mrs Joe Thomiisj anti little Mary and Mrs J D Wilcox spent Thank giving with Mr and Mrs D T Rails backMessrs James S Phillips and Joe McCord were in Lexington Thanksgiving day Miss Mivrgarct Exurn of Lexington i svisitihg Jfrs A IkH l Mrs Liicieri Beck er hits reh1111Nl- 1from Lexington wtierc she attended the State sessipnof the Kings Daugh tees Miss Ethel Thomas has returned from a visit in Lexington MiVmiaMl3rCliaflesStrbtner att a tended the bull gallic in Lexington Thursday Mrs Susaii G Anderson visited Mrs W fii Smitls in Lexington this week Mr mil Mrs Harry Strother attended the game itLexiugton Thurs day hiss Sue Buckner was in Lexing ton Thursday Miss Florence Heffner leaves for Frankfort Sunday after a pleasant visit to her brother Mr Nelson A Heffner and family Miss Mae Murgolen of Georgetown is the guest of Miss Ida Fold Messrs Frank Woolcott Roy Tucker and Walter Young attended the performance of Time Girl in the Taxiat the Lexington opera house Friday evening Mr Nelson A Heffnor the popular musical director at the Auditorium leaves Sunday to visit his parents in Frankfort for sevgralweeks MimHl Mrsi Waller Watts and UralHl Mrs William Osborne at tended time IrvineTaylor wedding in Lexington Mrs George B Nelson and sister attended the performance of Time Girl in the Taxiat the Lexington opera house Thursday night Mr John Rice was in Lexington Friday evening at the performance at the opera house of the Girl jn the Taxi laughtervisiting B Sand J W Bartlett of this city They arc on their way to Shirleyf IrfifialSa wliere they will make their future home Robert Hennof near Winchester was here the latter part of the week Mrs Madge Lewis of Winches ter spent Tuesday with relatives in the city Miss Carrie Bell Mc visitintMussTimes Mr Fred Vervmillion was in Lexington Thursday ROUNDABOUT toIsoon as we have considerable leisure we shun Idol through ours and pick out the bad ondsCynthiana Log Cabin Every time we are at the depot and see trans go through we wonder betItermay at the conference at Frankfort next week but well be bouml thin there is not a man among them who cairn hold a candle to our own arid only Hogs Are Going Down Under the knife Dont forget YQurIspices Our stock is new and tie B Pepperii To The H quse kQQlfer Ii d F p t We have on hands Mi4ifljfUlt iBACKBONES SPARE RIBS COUNTRY SAUSAGE Change Your Meat Course Cs i MacNeill a Weathers t ft04Dth rho nNJ 4 a r CLIFTON B f ROSS True 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 economy 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 represent Strictly 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 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 sitiall furs and novelties of rail kinds in vogue this season f The Selection of Your Suit Made Easy The selection of your fall and winter suit is a problem easily solved withastock as large and varied in design as ours We fully appreciate that it is a perplexing task to make such a selection and this knowledge as well as a desire to give our patrons a selection of the VERY HIGHEST QUALITY and range of pattern has led us to secure a fall stock of suits exceptional beauty rind quality Our suits offer the opportunity to select garments of the highest quality of the most DISTINCTIVE STYLISH EFFECTS IN FABRICS atonce beau tiful and serviceable i s Inspect Our Stock StampsICLIFTONB ROSS Augustus E as a longdistance en durance talker Frankfort News Mothers kindly see that your boy anti your neighbors boy load their guns before they start hunting during the season If not loaded they limy kill your boy or the other boy Beware of time empty gun Maysville Independent Jessamine county it is claimed has produced the largest yield of corn ever knbwn In 1840 Gen James Shelby of Fayettc county received from the Agricultural Society a premium for the most product e five acres of corn The five acres yielded 550 bushels or 110 bushels per acre but in the samQ year Walter C Young of Jessamiiie coimty who then lived in the easierii part ofe it gathered by disinterested parties from two acres ofa field of corn time enor bushelslr sp BO as r known as the largest yield ever ob tained from a similar area Jessa mine Journal The Kentucky Poultry Association wilL hold its fuse aiuiual show at Lexington the week ofF January 16th Hundreds of turkeys lave been shipped out of Grant county during time past week On more than one occasion the express cars could not accommodate the shipments and they had to be held over The market price has been around 17 cents per pound and the thrifty Grant county housewife yill havea nice little sum to show foi profits from this indus tryGrant County Newsy Pumpkin cranberry mince apple and peacli pies at the Winchester Bakery ll252t Mr John Weathers was in Lexintf ton Thursday THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester for many years and have learned by experience many points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper more satisfactory than anybody else i JuH1 MARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO i a 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 jfs his voice By having the service of the EAST MPANYJINCORPORATED youhavenCall our manager for full information HELD RECEPTION The Woodmen of the World Friday night held a reception in their room in the Fraternity building A nit lunch was served EXCHANGE The Missionary Society of tin Methodist church wil have an exchange on December 24 Lexingtonaunt 1rsU 11 iIuniptonn in tiii cityl i ln- l QUININE DOESNT CURE HAD COLDS How tp Really Break a Severe Cold and End All Grippe Misery in Jusl a Few Hours You will distinctly feel your cold creaking and all the Grippe symp veryfirstIt is a positive fact that PapcV Cold Compound taken every Curt hours until tree consecutive dose are ttlen will end the Grippe and breakup the most severe cold cithei in the head chest back stomachor limbsIt promptly relieves the most mis erable neuralgia pains heidache dullness head and nose stuffed up feverishness sneezing sore throat running of the nose mucous catarrh al discharges soreness stiffness and rheumatic twinges Papes Cold Compound is the result of three years research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dol lars and contains no quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not effective in the treatment of colds or grippe Take this harmless compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world which will cure your cold or end grippe misery as promptly and without any othqi1 assistance oir bad aftereffects as a 25cent package of Pages Cold Com pound which any druggist inthe world cad supply CHRISTIAN UNITY Address by Bishop LBurtonAt the request of the members of the Christian church Bishop L W Episcopalduueh iity at the evening senice Sunday rt the CUll han church greatIestChristian bodies and will speak on nI subject which has been a matter of deep thought to him lie conies to tell us a practical way in which all v draw more closely together and mm FOR SALE IFARM NO 15O acres 7Y2 miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac co Ice house and all other outbuildings largo young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into four lots all well watered All in grass except 8or 10 acres Close to good school Price 6000 FARM NO 258nAres 61s miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco Ice house chickcii houses ooal house meat house corn crib 4 Frog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being veil watered and every fence in first lass condition Has large young mrchardin full bearing Close to rood school and churches and in less han a quarter of a mile from rail oadstation Will nil raise good to iacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 3J0 acres Gi2 mils from Winchester on good pike fas twostory frame dwelling of 7 elms 2 porches stock barn 5acrc obacco barn good cellar and all out uildings all in good condition di idcd in 5 tracts all well watered nd fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in gras Within nehalf mile of good schqol church tore and postolTice and blacksmith shop Price 6000 FARM NO 4J7 acres 7 mUesI from Winchester one quarter mile from railroad station has 2story frame dwelling 6 rooms new stock barn 2 tobacco barns that holds 10 acres all necessary outbuildings well watered with pool well and creek all outside fencing good 15 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 9000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles from Winchester fcostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms 6acre tobacco barn All necessary outhouse Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO 6105 acres 5 mile from Winchester on good pike GOO dwelling of 7 or S rooms All necessary outbuildings 12acre tobacci barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7345 acres 3 miles rom Winchester has two fiveroom Iwellings one 10acre tobacco barn olenty tobacco laud Nearly all in trrass Price 50 per acre FARM NO 826 acres 3V2 miles from Winchester on good pike Has new 6room dwelling barn and outbuildings Price 3500 FARM NO950 acres 7 mile from Winchester ihas twostorj frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobac co barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat ered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cal tivation balance in grass price 5 000 PARK N 110300 acres 12 mils from Winchester has twostor frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten int house 8acre tobacco barn larg onk barn mind nil necessary outbuildings One of the best watered farms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12000 FARMNO 1127 acres 7V2 mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3SOO FARM NO 12157 acres 11h miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of f rooms 7acrc tobacco barn and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NO 1358acres 7 miles from Winchester has five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and all r this is a subject in which alt Christi ni people are interested The Bishop will preach at Emman uel Episcopal church Hicknian oclock street on Sunday morning atVU Sand cement all building materials at Royse Boones H143t It is swirl that matrimony is on the increasebut then of course thats what it is for- citpsingy tioSutxoi ui ouiuS tivt tooy iHn PJPUJHU noao H n 0 111 r necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 1462 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike huts 4room tenant house new 10acre to bacco barn neverfailing wtater all tobacco land Price 125 per acre FARM NO 15J2 acres 7h miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling with 9 rooms good cellar and all outbuild ings good stock barn 10acretobac co barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Price 115 per acne FARM NO 1G70 acres 3V2 miles from Winchester has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms All outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Pried 3500 FARM NO 17581 acres 5 miles from Winchester Unimproved land trice 3750 FARM NO 18103 acres near Chilcsburg has 3roora Tenant house jgdlandacre ai jlflonlo Has twostory frame dwelling with rooms stock barn 10acrc obtrt co barn all outhouses well fen d and watered Price 200 per FARM NO 20J8 acres 4 miles from Winchester on good piwc lyo story frame dwelling with 7 rooms 2 barns all necessary outbuildings 4room tenant house fencing goal well watered Price 150 per acrcj7 FARMT02140ac eS r 4 miles from Winchester and on good pike has small dwelling and 5acre tob c co barn well watered with creeks There is not 40 acres of better land in one boundary in Clark county would snake an excellent truck gard n farm having railroad station at one corner of the farm Price 7000 FARM NO 22120 acres 9 miles from Winchester has 2story brick residence of 9 rooms good stock barn 13acre tobacco barn outbuild ings of every description all in d condition 30 acres in culthatiolt- bdunco in well watered illy InliV1Price barn good stock barn niildings Price r125 per acre tr FARM NO 2445acres 412milcs Prom Winchester Has on it 5robjii Iwclling 5acre tobacco barn till necessary outbuildings Joins rail road station close to school and church Good young orchard Wcll watered Price 4500 FARM NO 25227 acres on pike 12 miles from Winchester 6 miles from Mt Sterling 5room welling small tenant house 10acre tobacco barn A No 1 new stock barn well watered and nearly all in grass Price 85 per acreIFARM NO acres 10 mi iei from Winchester on pike 7rrifim dwelling 2 tenant houses 2 tobacco barns that hold 15 acres all neori1 sary outbuildings good orchardwell watered 135 acres bottom land Price per acre FARM NO 2714acros on good nike miles from Winchester room dwelling andall outbuildings Well watered and fenced Has on if i good blacksmith shop Price 2 850FARM NO 2827 acres miles from Winchester on good pike 2 story frame dwelling of 7 rooms stock barn all outbuildings CloSc to good school churches store black smith shop Well watered Price 3500 FARM NO 2963acres 7fa miles from Winchester 4room dtycllirig 4acre tobacco barn all outbuildings Close to school and churches Print 6300 FARM NO 30143 acres 9 miles from Winchester 6rooin frame dwelling 2 barns all necessary out buildings good orchard plenty tim ber well watered Price 5000 WE HAVE MANY MORE FARMS 0 F AtL SJZES ANttPRIGES WE ALSO HAVE ALL KIHDS OF C ITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Tracy Stokely Office kt McEfdowney Bjdg Both Phones t t i 4 Pane Four J THE WINCHESTER NEWS r I 1 Pierces Favorite Prescriptionf IsVtio cureall humbug but is made for just one purposeto- cure the weaknesses painful disorders and irregularities of the i womanly organism It is THBONE REMEDY for these ailments sold ftyif druggists devised and gotten tip by a l regularly graduated physician of vast experience in treating womans peculiar diseases and is carefully adapted to work in harmony with her delicate organization by an experienced and skilled specialist in her maladies THE ONE REMEDY for womans ailments sold by druggists which contains neither alp cohol which to most women is the rankest poison or other injurious or habitzfoniin drugs i THE ONE REMEDY for women the composition of which is so y perfect and good that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient in plain English on its outside bottle = wrapper takingtilin prescribing it in their vrorst cases which they do very largely JIt isMfoolishas well as dangerous to take medicine the composition of which you know nothing Therefore dont let a dishonest druggist prevail on you to accept a secret KOJ trum for this professionally approved medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Every ingredi ent in its makeup has the strongest indorsement of the leading medical men of all the seyeralschools of practice Send postal cardrequest for free Booklet of same Every woman may write fully andconfidentially to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y and may be sure that her case receive careful conscientious confidentialconsidera tion freeInof his great 1000page book The Common Sense Medical Adviser to any woman who will onlyDr liver and bowels They l work in harmony with Favorite Prescription when needed as a gentle laxative Sugar coated tiny granules easy to take as candy A Great Assortment- Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade The largest and most complete stock of Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen in our store AH Christmas Goods displayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Steropticoos Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington CDCalIowayCo Successor to T B DewhursL 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky = aj JI Citizens National Bank I Paid up Capital S10000CI Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give yon courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton CashIer T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier COLORED COLUMN Tile Abyssinia Baptist church in New York is celebrating its 100th an niversary this week v Hon Edward Green colored lies been elected a member of the Illinois ChicagodistiictThe comer stone of the 200000 Cinciuriatibwas laid Thursday by the pincers of die Masonic Grand Lodge of Ohio Miss Georgia G Moore one of the theIin the National Training School for girls at Washington D C Chicago is to have a Paul Law rence Dunbar Tuberculosis infirmary The o Baptist of Oklahoma recently paid 25000 for a schoolnear Muskogee IThe great order of True Reformers wGrieli has been declared insolvent with its 120000 worth of unincumE bered assets and a monthly income of 25000 hopes to continue business tMid be able to meet all demands Geo IT Do Reef colored has been appointed clerk in the nunicipal court at Washington D C Prof II C Buckner of North Middletown was in the city last Sat urday looking after this property interestWin E Franklin bought a mule from Mr J W Oliver last week at a private price Thomas Cowen reports that he has apple tree that has bloomed for lau fourth time this year Mrs Samuel Taylor entertained at 5 oclock dinner last Friday in honor of Mrs Jesse Evans of Chicago Those present were Mrs W B Handy Miis Henry Miller and Mrs Jessie Rees One of the greatest things that the race should be thankful for is that the railroads has stopped excursions and reduced rates which will mean a saving of many thousands of dollars to our people annuallyaProf J IT Garvin addressed thcn colored Associated Charity organization last Sunday Dr R L Summer the dentist was in Mt Sterling this week on profes sional business Rev T Timberlake preached in a financial rally at Danville last Sun day in which 34040 was raised That same church had a 1600 rally last spring They have a new 20 000 church edifice which is among the most modem and handsome in the State Presiding Elder J S Bailey of the Maysville District was the guest of Dr and Mrs J IT Tyler last week Opossum snveet titers coon rabbits and chidlings are now ripe rand the negro is in his proverbial glory Mrs Mary Hannah Price left Wednesday for Washington D C to visit her grandson Walter Boone Rev Dr J Fisher who Iras been absent fo rthe past two weeks will occupy his pulpit tomorrow Moses Ramsey was up in Bath county hunting this week Dr J IT Holmes spent his Thanksgiving in Lexington The open flumse at the Elks Club rooms was the social event of Thanksgiving day Scores of ladies visited the rooms and left delighted with the hospitality received W H Allan 11111f A W Taylor acted as hosts by Mrs Maggie Allan and Miss Julia M Allen Light refreshments were served Miss Katie Stewardof Lexington is visiting her sister MVs G H Guinn on North Burns avenue Whether are we asa race drifting With over 3000 colored people in this city less than 300 attended the Union Thanksgiving services A people that forgets God cannot succeed Geo W Gentry of Stanford pres ident of the Civic and Political League of Kentucky has issued a call for that organization to meet i Louisville January 2nd 1911 Th object of the organization is to in still respect for law foster educa tion promote higher ethics discuss ways and means for the suppression of crime and elevate the standard of citizenship Mrs Tillie Garvin hind an enjoyable family reunion Thanksgiving Day Mrs Thomas Green and daughter of Becknerville spent several days witli Mrs Sallie Turner this week Prank Martin and Wm Howard visited friends in Lexington last Sun day Mrs Perjy Richardson of Beck nerville was the guest of Mrs John I Brunei Mrs W II Allen and Mrs W W Banks this week Jas K Taylor who was born a slave has givens 480 acres of land near Colorado Springs Col to the Charles Summer Tuberculosis Asso ciation as a site for a national tu bclculjisjs sanitarium for colored peo ple Three hundred thousand dollars will be spent on the same Tomorrow is the colored Baptist womens Educational Day in Ken tucky Mr Hugh T Ininansa wealthy white citizen of Atlanta Ga who died last week bequeaths in this will 2500 to an old colored servant who has been in his employ for 30 years and directs his executors to pay the mortgage on the home of another col ored servant who has been in his em ploy for 15 years The Calvary Baptist church Lou isville Rev C H Parrish D D pas tor had a 110023 financial rally last Sunday preaching gMrsCarlisle public school came up to ftelMrs Susie Anderson of Indianap olii who is residing with Rev and Mrs J S Webb announces as a teach cr of hair dressing such as shampooing singeing dyeing clipping scalp treatment and electrical treatment also millinery feathers cleaned curled cI0 upThursdayher mother Mrs Mary Pleasante ELEVEN MINRS ARE ENTOMBED PROVIDENCE Ky Nov 26 Eleven coal miners two white men and nine negroes were entombed in MiningCompany ing a gas explosion and it is believed all are dead The mine is a nejc one the shaft being but pne hundred feet in depth with only a few entries The explosion was so violent that little hope is entertained of the rain ers having escaped death A rescue train fro mthe mine resb cue station sit Linton Indiana is on the way to the scone aid comrades of the men entombed are digging frantically to reach them The ex blew great masses of slate andstone far from the shaft A was blown out of the shaft and alightedone hundred and fifty feet away still aliver The mine rescue train which wasSdispatched from Linton Indiana arrived here Saturday J Y WlHams and A A Sams Government experts ware in charge of the trainI The assistant State mine inspector has arrived midair is being pumped into the mine GO TO- BrownProctoria PHARMACY For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore Phone us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phones 370CHAS A HOSEY Prop THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE fINCFRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November 25 and 26 Mable Elaine Refined Singing and DancingI The Musical Denickes In a Big Musical Act Matinee Saturday 230 P M jA Handsome Souvenir Pic eachepresent every that buys a ticket will be given a nice box of Candy at these Matins sHBLOQMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS 2c 0 1- 5XMas MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 25 WHEAT The one important thing tins morning s the extremely weak Liverpool mar tet As the English authority Broomhall is in Argentine it is as that less unfavorable crop has been cabled from that quartos Our position in this wheat some days is this that it is wise go slow in fighting any bull operations based on sensational crop re ports from south of the Equator and yet we feel that hen this temporary bull entihusiasm is over that there willI be a profitable bear campaign for those in a positron follow the marketI In tlia meantime direct news injury to different portions the Argentine crop may keep the trade in a state of uncertainty CORNThe belief prevails among conservative corn handlers gild spec ulative leadersthat the firmness will not continue and a return of the selling pressure is expected as the movement fro mthe new crop increases OATS Receivers look for a larger movement If it occurs the natural tendency of the market will be to follow any heaviness displayed in corn PROVISIONS Gelt says 26000 hogs are on the market against 2800 last year Stockmen claim the move mart will show a decrease after this week Some selling by leading west packers held the market steady Speculation friendly to the product are watching the action of the market and for a spot to take on some Selling has been largely in the way 01 liquidation by longs Shorts are the buyers ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Nov 25Cattle Receipts 6000 slow and steady beevef 450735 Texas steers 420g 335570I000 live cents lower 655695 heep Receipts 12000 steady 1C cents higher native 225410 western 2500410 ycnrlincrs 41i ffiolo native lambs 425640r western 425625 MILLINERY AT COSTtEverything in the line at cost for next 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin IIISSt Want Any Coal Today Every day is coal day From all over the city we receive orders for coal Perhaps this is the day you intended to order Let us fill your wants for all your coal purposes Our teams go to every point in the city and suburbs Watch for oui name on the wagons Let it be ni reminder that here is the best place to buy coal BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 FOR SALE PRIVATELY Seven Btjrksliire boars ready for service and three gilts J C McClure R RtNO5Wirichcster Ky = 14tf- OLD BAPTIST CHURCH 111ader J 31 Thomas Classified Advertisements Ic a word for a sink msertiee a word for three consecutive In sertionsc for each additional In sertion 1 IQc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents We have some nice cottages for rent located in various parts of the city Prices ranging from 10 to 20 per month IIOfficalnHome Phone 72 East Tenn 26 Insure In l STROTHERS OlDRELIABlE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldtf Phone ifir LOSTRing Return to II E Fitch L News office and receive reward FOR SALEHarness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col lars etc K A Lowry No 7 E Broadway 1123lmo FOR RENTThree upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gas and water 19 Buckner street Mrs M 1 B Locknane 1123tf iSUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper Valty3rn Magazine TangHer manager postofTice box 454 OI1C phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123tf FOR SALEBronze turkey gobblers 3 each Apply to Mrs R B Fox route 6 11223teod UK oALt Pure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tenn t phone 33211171mo FOR RENT75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton ateEctons grocery 1010tfc rUNGSTEN IMS i The Winchester Railway Light fee Company in order to encourage use of current have arranged with Us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp 120 60 watt lamp 90 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp 60 and we in order to introduce a num ber of useful electricalappliances ire selling them at the lowest possi tie margin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rollet Mills Why not use home flour tht best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has 010 eaual CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel French Dry Cleaning pressing and dying All work ruarnnteed Phone 528 Winchester Ky ll82wksb When you buy coal from us you Irave no unnecessary delay in getting Royse Boone 111Stfi Sewer pipe of all sizes at reason able prices Royse Boone U143t 4MUST GO My stock of millinery to make room for holiday stock Everything in millinery at cost for30 days MissI Rosa Baldwin ll188t AN IDEAL XMAS GIFTIHave some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont de lay Christmas will a here before you realize it 4vr W V a4l3193tvkseod y n 4a frttMe Ckkt S R o Vicepresident CashlI Clark County National Bank Estsb shed sass Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made on a Points Capital and Surplu- s350f00000 FARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improvedand on good pike not more than 6 or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 111tf P PENDLETON BUSH fc BUSH Attorney it Law 5tk floor McEIdowney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney it Law Office 6th Floor McEidowrey Bnildi m Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky it STEVENSON Attorney it LIB 0 S Main St Winchester Ky W Bush 6 Company- FIRE AND TORN- ADONSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE MCEIDOWNEY Phone 14- 5SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short legible shorthand Taught by a of individual lessonsthe best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 DRINK RAWaMore Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sherilt 1015tfJ Now is the tim to buy Red StIr coal for winter months Royce Boone ll143t NOTICE On account of the death of my huh and W H Young I will sell the tire stock of goods including a genreral line of groceries dry goods notions etc I will also lease the build previously occupied by him at Becknerville MRS S E YOUNG 111112 THEM UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known forita durability and good work Will haMrpleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Willsell paymentsl for Save money by investing in Re J Star coal now Royse Bootie ll143t r WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE f