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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i rL f i I 0 iL ERLTues J day Fair VOJUME NO5 NO 36 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK CECIL HAGGAR- DBIGLYINiJURED First Accident to Occur in Clark 1County During Hunting Seaso Happened Saturday The first accident in Clark county ocpurred t Cecil Haggard aged 14 son of Mr badlyinjured isehargedIthe Calmes farm about two miles fromthe city on the Boonesboro pike He jumped a rabbit and cocked his shotgun preparatory to shooting Just as he started to shoot the rab bit ran in a culvert and he did not get to shoot Instead of tripping the hammer of the gun he left it cocked I and endeavored to run his game out He permitted the gun to rest on his foot and in some way it was dis c argOlland part of his foot was blown off He was brought to his home in tub city and his wounds were dressed While the accident is a painful one it is not thought to be dangerous CHEATED OUT BILLIJllef Mullins Allows Prisoner to Gc Free When He Finds No Officer Had Made Arrest unaccompanied Mullins House Saturday morning and deliberately walked into a cell AbmrhStclock Saturday morning Mr Mullins was awakened by the TrnJging of his door bell He answered the call and found Mason standing there drunk When he opened the door Mason staggered in and went direct to the cell rooms lIe was put in a cell and locked up The po lice officer when they gel a harmless drunk take him to the gate and tell him touring the bell and after suing that the bell rings go on over tothevpolice office to register him Mr Mullins thought this was the ease when Mason arrived and noth ing was said about it until it was nearly time for his trial When the jailer made inquiry at police head quarters about his prisoner no one a knew anything about making the arrest Mason was brought over and Questioned about his arrest but he said he had put away a quart of whis key and could remember nothing about what had happened on the t previous night After it was found that no officer had made the arrest Mason was permitted to go free and Mr Mullins was cheated by him out ofa days board bill and other fees ATTACKED BY SUffRAGISTS Detectives Who Accompanied Home Secretary Parry Blow and Over power the Struggling Assailant iiONDONsEngland Nov 28Win ston Spencer Churchill Home Secretary returning to London Saturday night after a speech at Bradford was attacked in the train by a male suffragist with a dog whip who cried out Take that you you cur Two de tectives who accompanied Churchill parried the blow andoverpowere tl the Secretarys assailant who is be Hayed to be a man who interrupted Mr Churchill during his address and was expelled from the meeting after a violent struggle When the train arrived at London three women tried to assault the Home Secretary but detectives drove them off The election campaign is in fu swing and the country is flooded with oratory and litearture while the billboards are covered with cartoons The public however is showing the evidenced in the two it interest pre t ious contests One effect of the lack of enthusiasm is indicated in a nun bets of uncontested seats In some of the northern constituencies where VV there is no likelihood of a change the Unionists and Liberals have agreed hot to oppose eachother In other places the candidates who secured overwhelming majorities last January have been accorded a walkover Among the fortunate ones are Joseph Chamberlain for Birmingham West and Arthur H Lee for Hants Fordham division tlAs the election draws near the pollings will take place Decem ber 3the prospects of the Unionists improve and enthusiastic mem bers of the party hope to win by anywhere from 20 to 30 seats The best opinion however is that the Unionists will only slightly improve their position Wales and Scotland are both ex pected to reinforce the Liberals and asthe leadens are even lookirig for the return of the Irish seats lost in January any increase in the followers of William OBrien is improbable It is possible that he will lose one seat in Cork which John E Redmond who is invading the enemys territory hopes to win mother interesting contest will be furnished by Portsmouth Edward George Hemerdc the Lib oral member for Denbigshire like Bonar Law is giving up a certainty and will attempt to wrest the Ports moulh seat from Lord Charles Beres fordOn the whole it seems improbable that there will be any great change in the position of the parties KfNTUCKYS CHOICE WINS SILVER CUP Twelve Thoroughbred Animals Were Exhibited in Chicago and Judged By Prof Curtiss CHICAGO in NOV 28Ken tmckys Choice shown by Mat S Cohen won the 100 silver cup offered by the American Saddle Horse Breed ers Association at the Horse Show Saturday There were twelve animals in the contest and the class was judged by Prof Curtiss who Saturday night placed this horse second to one shown SaturdayAt afternoon session Miss Vera Morris of London England won first in the walktrot class with Lord Algy a thooiiughbred Cohen being second with Mrs Lowndes Kathleen Sheri danIn tile evening fourteen were shown in the gaited mare or geldnig class and General John B Castleman who rode his own mare won first prize over Edna May shown by Mr Cohen who got second Golden Glow shown by Russell Bailey was third the Mis souri gelding Highland being fourth General Castleman was given ar ovation for his riding Many Kentuckians were prese- ntSURRENDERS ction of Mutineers Follows Granting i of Their Demands For Higher Pay and Less Work RIO JANEIRO Nov 28The ships of the Brazilian fleet which have been in the hoards of mutinous sailor since the night of November 22 were surrendered to the Government at 7 oclock Saturday evening The ac tion of the mutineers followed the granting of their demands by the Government of amnesty to all concerned in the revolt higher pay and less work for the sailors and the adjustment of certain minor grievances The warships in the hauls of tin mutineers included the Minas Geraes the San Paulo the Bahia the Rio Grande Du Sol and tile Deodoro After the announcement of their surrender they proceeded into the bay and reentered the harbor at 130 oclock no longr flying the Ted flag AS TOLD IN THE HILLS As Told in the Hills which will be seen here with Mabel Owen in the leading role supplied the want for something entirely new in the field 11of melodrama and stands as an ex ample of the best American melodrama The plot is original both in its conception and development and the characters are clearly drawn and extremely interesting in their nature ness The engagement which is for one night only appear at the Winchester opera house on December 1 INDICTED ONYbI fWO COUNTS Employes of Illinois Central Railrra Are Charged With Conspiracy in Connection With Frauds CHICAGp Nov 28Pranl P Harriman John M Taylor and C L Ewing former officers and employes of the Illinois Central Railway and bythespiracy in connection with fraud againsttheTwo counts in the blanket indictment also charge operation of a confidence game Each defendants bond is fixed at 20000 A total of 4S25G50 it is charged IllinoisCentralcompany with the Ostcrmann Manu rsl1I1dCar thclmcricanwhich are also mentioned in the in dictment ORGINIZATIONOF To Become a Member a Boy Must ScoutlaWAn flbroiJByAjjts was recent ly city under the supernsfr of Mr C II Loveland SecretaryTothe Scouts dath and obey tile Scolit law which follows 1 A Scouts honor is to bc trust scdIf a scout saya Olt my honor it is so that means that it is so just as if he had taken a most solemn oath Similarly ifa scout officer says to a scout I trust you on Jour lion orto dojfijiftj tumn ais b aid to carry oft ho olClclHlllefAty best of his ability and to lcjrnothing in tcrfcre with his jdoiug Son Ifa scout were to break his honor by telling a lie or by not carrying out an order exactly when trusted on his honor to do so he may he direct ed to hand over his scout badge acct never to wear it again He may also be directed to cease to be a scout 2A Scout is loyal to the presi dent and to his officers and to his parents his country and his em ployers Tie must stick to them through thick and thin against any one who is their enemy or who even talks badly of them 3 A Scouts duty is to be useful and to help others And he is to ell his duty before anything else ewes though he gives up his own pleasure or comfott or safety to do it When in difficulty to know which of tw things to do he must ask himself Which is my duty l that is Wind s best for other pcopleland dr thatone He must be prepared a any time to save life or to help in ijred4 A Scout is a friend to allan a brother to every other scout n matter what social class the other belongs thus ifa scout meets an other even tlipugh a strange to him he must speak to him and help him in any way that he can either to carry out the duty he is then doing or by giving him loud or as Tar as possible anything that he maybe in want of A scout must never be a snarl A scout accepts the oth er man as he finds him and makes the best of him 5 A scout is courteous That is he is polite to nnbnt especially to women and children and old people and invalids cripples etc And ho must not take any reward for being helpfulor courteous A scout is a friend to animals He should save them as far as pos sible from pain and should not kill any animal unnecessary even if it is only a flyFor it is one of Gods creatures Killing an animal for food is allowable 7 A scout obeys orders of hi parents patrol leader or scoutmaster without question Even if he gets an order he does not like he must do as soldiers 31Hl sailors do he must carry itout all the same because it js his duty ancl after he has done it he can come nnd state any reasons against it he must carry out the small order at once That is discipline 8 A scout smiles and looks pleas ant under all circumstances When he gets an order to obey it cheerfully andreadily not in a slow handdog sort oi way- Scouts never grumble at hardships nor whine at each other nor swear when put out oryTense a mug ofcold water to he pour ed down the offenders sleeve by the punishmcntICaptain John Smith three hundred years ago 9 A scoutlis thrifty that is he putsitintothchave money to keep himself when ottt of work and thus not make him self a burden to others or that he may have money to give away to others when they need it Saluting the Flag It is generally agreed that the un military salute of the flag is thus Remove1 the hat holding it in the left llind wliich is straight down place the right hand oh the heart and bow t he herd slightly MODERN WOODMEN Every member who can do so is re quested to he present at the meeting of Raleigh Camp No 11406 M W of A Monday night at 730 at the Fraternity Building Business social entertainment tit ualistic work and something to apIpease the appetite is the program 5000 BABIES ARE S1ARVING As Result of Labor War According tc Report of Citizens Strike Commit tee Which Has Investigated CHICAGO Nov 28The citizens trike committee which has invest gated the conditions in the families of the striking garment workers reported Saturday that 5000 babies were starving lucre as a result of tin tabor war The report was made at a meeting at null Hwisc mel a special babies milk fin l was started at once b members of the committee Estimates at the meeting show it would take al least 5100 a day to provide milk foi the babies in actual want and the suffering appeared so great that 110C was contributed by members of tin committee The fund is to be hop distinct from other strikers funds The garment strike is no nearer settlement than it was a week ago according to reports of the unions and both sides have settled down for a long strike OWfN MORAN TOGO ON STAGE Is Willing to Meet Wolgast and Readyf to Wait Until the Champion is Pre pared to Fight cSAN FRANCISCO Cal Nov 28 Owen Mo ran the British light weight who knocked out Battling Nelson in the eleventh round Saturday will leave for New York Tuesday Moran has received several offers to appear on the stage and he probably will ac cept one- Charles Harvey Morans manager said he wanted to have Moran meet Wolgast and was willing to wait until the champion was ready to fight but he did not look with favor upon the terms that Wolgast dictated Saturday night guarantee of 1200 and the right to name the referee It is ridiculous for Wolgast to talk of naming the referee said liar vey It would kill the fight at the start If he has the right ton 12 500 guarantee Morau has the right t the same as Moran is a greater drawing card now DR SNOWDEN TO RETURN A private letter from Dr J A Snowden informs its that he will live r here sometime this week and open an office for the pratcSce of his profession The Doctor left this county about seven years ago and located at Paint Lick in Madison county wlicre he has becmvcry suc Ssu1 He lugs many friends who will give him a cordial greeting on his return ANGEL OF POOR PASSES AWAY Is Struck By Train on Her Way Home From St Elizabeths Hospital Where She Had Attended Service COVINGTON Ky Nov 2Returning to her home at 530 ocloc Friday evening from St Elizabeth Hospitalwhere she went each even ing to attend the Benedictory service lfrs Elizabeth Vessels 80 the an gelof the poor of Covington wa struck by a Chesapeake and Ohic trainShe was rushed back to St Eliza beths in an ambulance and died with in a few moments after the last rite of the church had been administered jusheardMrs Wessels was a sisterinIav of Louis Seclback proprietor of th Seelbach Hotel in Louisville Sh I was the widow of the late Henr Wessels the owner of the Willow Rui Distillery in Covington who diet several years ago She was perhaps one of the best known women in Northern Kentucky and earned her honorary title by he givingcharityof the most beautiful women for he KentuckyAfter afternoon she called at the millincr store owned by her daughters a SOS Madison street and from timer started home which was at 62 West Ninth street It is supposed that she did not hear the train She stood in UK middle of the track when it strucl her the wheels passing over her bod and both limbs being cut off Among the prominent relatives sum plThielmansen who were nephews George Rat crinan soninlaw nnd H F Bras ll cousin CHOKED TO DEATH ONTURKY BONE Bone Lodged in Aesophagus ant Cculd Not Be Extricated Victiir Died in Agony NEW YORK Nov 28 Gertrude Goldstein a tenyearold Brooklyi girl is dead in her home as tilt re suIt of swallowing a turkey bout willi her Thanksgiving Day dinner TIu bone lodged in her acsophagus ntHJ couldnot be extricated Her violcnl coufhing merely stirred the halt and its sharp end finally pierced the wall of the oesophagus causing inters pain The girls mother to allay her suffering have her some tea to drink but the beverage leaked through the aperture in the gullet and trickled down into the lung The child be came unconscious almost at once and died without haying regained consciousness YOUNG GiRLS BURNED ALIVE TwentyFive Employes of Paper Box Factory Are Cremated or Crushe- to DeathIminutes 25 girls were burned alive Saturday morning or crushed to death on the pavement in leaping from the windows and fire escapes of the four story brick building a paper box factory at the corner of Orange and High streets Th6 latest court shows that 20 of the 25 bodies recovered have been stoill missing They may be among the unidentified dead or they may be in the ruins The collapse ofa wall Saturday night interrupted further search Fifty were taken to hospitals of whom two may die Among the injured is Joseph E Sloane deputy fire chief who was overtaken by a falling and tll buried in bricks and rubbish He is badly hurt but may recover The rush of the flames was so credibly swift and threw such un reasoning terror into the huddled working the top story that the body rirone was found seated on fl charred stool beside the machine which she had been busy on when the first cry of fire petrified her with building was extremely inflam mable and the first gushof name cut off all possible escape by the stair ways The elevators made one trip but took down no passengers The only exit was by two narrow fire escapes time lower platform of which was 25 feet from the street On these overcrowded and steep lanes scorched with heat from the lower windows there pressed forward a mob of women blind with1 panic Iriven from the first and the other behind them A net had been spreao beneath the windows and the girls began to jump like rats out ofn burning bin was the way a fireman lescrihed the pellmell descent They crawled out of the windows oiled down on the heads of those below them and cascaded oil the fir scape to the pavement fiO feet he ow Some of them stood in the win lows outlined against the flames ant umpcd clear others from the land ngs still others from steps where hey stood The air was full of them and timer ell everywhere into the net on thi leads of firemen and 15 of then jn the head stone slabs When tin uvful plunges ceased there were f lead in the street and the gutters mar ed Seven girls tjro so badly crush id that they died in the hospitals Fifty are still under surgical care Clouds of smoke and showers of burning embers spread over the city and rained down on neighboring roofs COLORED MAN- PAINfULLY HURT Pick Which He Was Handling Glanc ed From Rock and Struck His Foot Bud Cooper coloreda hand en raged in the services of theE T Lewis Company was painfully injured Saturday afternoon while en aged in digging in the sewerage htchVCooper was handling a pick ind in omeway it hit a rock and glanced striding his foot His injury awns of such fi nature that he had to be carol ed to the office of Drs Combs and Combs who dressed the wound Ho will be confincdlo his home several days HORNJONES County Clerk J A Boonc issued marriage license late Saturday afternoon to Mr Columbus Horn and Miss Annie Jones of Lee county DEATHS AND FUNfRAlS Mr Green A Parker Mr Green A Parker of 301 Con stitution street died at his honi Sunday at noon aged ycar Th funeral sevrices will be conducted a the Lexington Cemetery Chapel Mon day morning at 10 oclock by Cap tain Ennis of the Salvation Army The sons of Mr ParKer will act ac pallbearers Lexington Herald Mr Parker was a native of Laure county and for a number of years lived in this county He served as t Federal soldier during the Civil War Mr Harry Campbell Mr Harry Campbell Sr the wcl known merchanttailor of lIt Sterling died at his home in that plat Sunday morning SOtIdscarccIIYtitles each day during the entire year Mr Campbell at one time was n resident of Winchester Ecton Harry Ban the 14monthsolrI son of Mr and Mrs Taylor Eelorfj died Saturday evening of spinal ingitisIThe remains were buried itiTtlj r Winchester cemetery Sunday after noon with services by Revs 0 J Chandler and J II MacNeill Fol lowing were the pall bearers Jor Ecton Harry Ecton Charles Ecton Jr and Dr Waller Combs Brinegar Thelma Louise Brinegar infant daughter of Mr and Mrs William Brinegar died early Monday morn ing of brain troubleV The remains will be buried in the Winchester ccm etery at 10oclockon Tuesday morning with services by Rev C E Crafton THREE IIILS 1 AREPROBATED Back Tax Suits Filed By Revenue Officer M P Rehorn Are Called But All Are Passed In the Clark county court Monday morning the back tax suits IHcil by State Revenue Officer M P Hilinn were called but all wore passed A number of time suits have been sottlcj Three wills were probated The first was that of Dr Wash Miller The will was short lie requests lint after all his debts are paid that hi wife Mrs Nellie Miller receive ln 000 in cash His property in Flm ida he gives to his wife during lur single or natural lifo Should slm marry or at her death it is to he divided equally among his children The remainder of his estate is to be divided equally between his children Mrs J M Hodgkiii Mrs L II Bush and Mr Maurice Millir lie appoints J M ITodgkin M S Miller and IJIT Bush his executors flit will was dated September 7th 1lloc- fThe illof Mrs Mice Cilkoy re quests that all of her property o to Mrs JT Bell her adopted dmitrh ten for life and at her death to lur children Should she Intro no chil dren then her property is to ho di vided between the children of her si tor Mrs J T Gilkcy The will wa dated January 2 1S9G The will of Samuel Bcrryman ashy that after his debts are stilled that allreal and personal property go to his wife Mrs Mattic Borjryncni during her life itmc and at her dnilj to be divided equally bctweoii Dillanl Bcrryman Amilda Henderson Thom as Bcrryman Serilda Ssimos Eliza Witts children and the children of Dudley Berryman To the families of Jomi Berryman Frank Berryinna and Ametea Johnson he bequeaths 1 The will recites that those Hiil Idren lULyc1orrowec1l11oney which lliry mel not repay He requests Unit hia wife be appointed oxecufrix HW FARMERS il ATTfN D Cc ftunn j Itol wl Work of Stripping Tobacco Has Beer Delayed and Farmers Are BusYgilt Their Barns 7 Only a few farmers WQrOltcrMon day to attend the mhtitlily ioSiurt The rain on Sunday brought loijUrtLi 1heirhe tobacco down Owing to the re sent dry weather the work of strip oing the tobacco has been delayed farmers had become rostldH mills flu firtopporlnl1tthoYIII o get it downttas seized This was he cause of the small crowd lien Monday At the Broadway stoat yards SUrt Baltic were on the market about hilf is many as there was the previous court The prices werejso off Steers Vought from atn 3M cents heifers Tom 34 to 4Jj ami cows fiom 2 t cents Following wore the sales reported at the Broadway stuck yards Masters to Chenault 20steers weight 5734 pounds at 4 cents Mit Lykins to Frank Baltaillc 17 steers at 4i1 cents J Reeves to G W Lewis S heif jrs weight 4180 pounds at aYl cents Dal Powell to Cnywood 10 steer it 41t cents- Berryman to P Lyman 10 steers at 4 cents Johnson to G W Lewis 0 heifer weight o475 at J14 cents Will Eansfin Lyman 1 cov weight 710 pounds at 2fa ccjits O GoiUo Lynmn 14 heifers at 3 jTiM litili cents LSITaiitoOo rvJK Little 3 steers weight 2 uiiO jjounds at 41 cents r Berryninn to L3 ipi3 shjcrj weight 2200 at 4Vicents J M Rose to Tabor heifers at cents J E Hackworth to Chcnault steer weight 715 pounds at 4 jcoii steersI FOR RENT 24 Oliver street T rooms and hall first floor Good cistern gas all outhouses Apply to C P Morgan OIl H D Colerancll283t I w J r Pane Two THE WINCHESTER NEWt ii tuna NEWS fF An Independent w Pt byTThB Co AIppopp9Lte4 d Imce e09UT South Hata Street Winchester Kentucky it HDillY Except Sunday Entered as secondrclasa matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 BsthWionHKtil SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall Daily one year f300 Six Months 150 Oe Month 25 Payable in advance jJff ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week 18Q Four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type 7Jhc- Puro reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate ClassifiedPer Word One insertion any edition lc Three insertions continuously 2c Each three additional Insrt1QflS12C One calendar mo continuously 10e Nothing counted less than IP words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents thIs PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES =t MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 1910 I tWISE COUNTYS WISDOM 1Virginia has a county named Wise 5 ami is b ing evidences of wisdom The county tie just over the moun I tans on nl Eastern Kentucky bor 6 der adjWmngihciKxmtucky counties iS oCJjetcher and Ilarlau J W Wiscconnty sliwwcd its wisdom the other lay by voting for a bond issue E of 700000 for the construction of a t sjstem of good roiuls Seven hundred thousand dollars is a big pile of mon I e but Wises county is prosperous anVl wants oads and is going to i Hvive them There is only one way fIto get them and that is by raising the J t money and building them Roads do p not buildtheniselves andso far none of our multimillionaire philanthro i pists has thought proper to construct highways lot communitiesuwhiclii are Sf too indifferent do their Jo wn road making The Voters of Wise county are in favor of good roads and they came pretty near making it unanimous t whllthey went to the polls to pass on the 700000 bond proposition I Only fifty five men in the entire coun I ty had the nerve to vote against it I white 1305 stamped yes on the lit I tie ballot and thereby registered their determination to put Wise county to r the front on tire highway question I In the last ten years Wise county I has been the scene of great tlcv lop l111nt because of its extensive coal It is the seat of large indus- triesj and it is too busy and too wealthy to be hampered and annoyed by bad roads In voting a sum which twill assure the improvement of its principal highways it is buying in L suranee1105yjperity and populalionCourier Journal trL ANENT ROOSEVELT RADICALISM r The Tribune rises to inquire what I Col Roosevelt lies lone luring these latter days since he went to Africa f if you please4 that Iras shown forth any other political opinions or doctrines that were not already known J lo have been entertained by that gen ofiI of theTJiiitcd States Abput every thing foe whjch he contended in the lateelcctidn campaign was suggested WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED COI in his inaugural address to the pea pIe and then it was all declared fo be the right thing Ecpiulesns ap proved of his address while not long afterwards Democrats began to de clare that it contained the best Dem ocratic doctrines in the world and accused the president of haying con mitted larceny in stealing their prin ciples Four years later during all of which time the president had contin ned to stand for his policies thie people wanted him to run for president again and had he done so he would have received the largest may jority ever given a candidate for that office He was regarded as the friend of the people his policies were approvel by every honest man rich or poor in this country He has ne er changed his mind so far as a sinr gle one of his policies are concerned from that day to the present but is still the same patriotic and progress ive American citizen that he has eV Ien mid he is only hated because his popularity is LaredCatlqttsb- urg Tribune Ind The Germans take the lead in al politenessAny polite person is eligible to mend mal4lifeless A story is told of Henry Clay He met a negro slave who took off his hat and bowed Mr Clay did the same Vhen asked why he dip it the answer came I never allow any one to be more polite to me than am to them duringhehave not been attracted to football Time will come when the small barkers that are now snapping at Col Roosevelts heels will wish tlrat they had stayed in their kennels The relation of good roads to farm values was practically illustrated in this office recently by a gentleman who was in the market to purchase a farm We suggested one on a certain pike leading from Winchester lIe said No I prefer a farm on a pike that is better than the one you recommend The contest for the Democratic nomination for Governor in this State las started on alow plane It is p case of mud slinging St rae of our capitalists hold shar es in the wireless company that pro meted by the Burr Bros but they are npt counting them in their list of Valuable assets In ordinary business mistakes are known to but a few people but if an editor makes a mistake everybody sees it It is unfortunate but true that reforms are accompanied withviol ence The women suffragists of En gland are growing desperate and have personally assaulted some of the officials These women are so much in earnest that they will not pay the fines imposed and are serving their sentences in prison We once attended a Chinese the atre We could not understand any thing that was said and there was neither plot or connection in what was done and the music was Worse than that maile by a bagpipe UNCLAIMED LETTERS jBusby Miss Nannie Collins S B Frayser Snow cn Greene Miss Bessie Hill Miss Isabella Hoskins Miss Mat Hopper Miss MackV HayKing Mathews Andrew McKinney Mrs J F Miller A JV Miller MrsG W Wilson Mrs WVJ- Willoughby Gland JOIINfG WHITE Postmaster cr s v 1 THAT COSY CORNER it you have so long wantdisneither a matter of asjnuch labor or expense as you may imagine Our mill work Willsupply practically everything needed from the window frames and sashes tp the panels for the seat A1I ready to put together eycri by your it self if you desire to Come and see THE AUDITORIUM THEATREINC MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS Illustrated Songs By R W McMICHAEL 2000 Feet Motion Pictures Show Runs Continuously From 3 p mto lOp m Admission 5 Cents BLDOMF1ELD RATUFF PROPRIETORS LOLJISGLAVISWIFEis DIVORCE SEATTLE Wash Nov 28 Maude E Glavis wife of Louis R Glavis former chief of the field division of the General Land Office in Seattle obtained a divorce Saturday in the Superior Court The divorce wasugranled iJtie cross complaint charging desertion md cruelty Property valued at 14 000 was hlyidedout of court New Jewelry Store Now is the time for Christmas shopping Conic in and see our line of Christmas presents We have something suitable for each and ev eryone and our prices are right Remember Ui clearly buyer has first choice Watch and clock repairing Al work guaranteed Chas A Carrithers 1128Sw Jeweler CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the good people of Winchester for the kindness shown me during the sickness and death ol my little daughter Pearl Thoma Topper MRS SAM HOPPER rOM CH DISTRESS IS ENDED FOREVER Indjgqstion Stomach Gas Heartburn or Dyspepsia Will Be Relieved in FiveMinutes Take your sour outoforder stom nchior maybe you call it Indiges tion Dyspepsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach it doosnU matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a 50cent case of Papes Dia 22grainTiicigule utes there is left any trace of your former misery The correct name for your trouble- Food Fermentation food souring the Digestive organs become weak there is lack of gastric juice yom food is only half digested and you become affected with loss of appetite pressure and fullness after eating gripinginstomach bed taste in mouth consti pation pain in limbs sleeplessness belching of gas biliousness sick headache nervousness dizziness or many other similar symptoms If your appetiteis fickle andnoth jug tempts you pr you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach you can make up your mind thct at the bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food Prove to yourself in five minutes that your stomach is as good as any rongStoppfdiscomfortAlmost intsant relief is waiting fp- IrOl1It is merely a matter of howl soon you J tike a little Diapepsin T DISEASE OF L1P AND LEJNHEE P About the time of the recent out break of foot and mouth disease in the east ruuny urgent requests were sent tOqxp rtS to exuuiiue certain herds of sheep jn which It was feared foot anti uppcJredI an4mQutl1 become disease known as lip arid leg triceration It JIs caused by a specific germ Is highly contagious and may be communicated to young pigs calves and other ani male As a result of the failure In dippipg to destroy Infection the bureau now recommends the treatment of Individ ual animals afad reasonable detention of herds In which Infected animals are found until all danger of further out break Is over This trfiatinentof Individual animals Is an almost endless task for sheep owners whose holdings aggregate tens of thousands of animals but at pres ent it seems to be the only effective method of combating the disease Each Infected sheep is caught and the ulcerated spots are thoroughly dls A WELT BRED SHBEP By courtesy of Iowa State college Infected js4tb solutions of carbolic acid or other recognized disinfectant agents Where heavy scabs have formed and the ulcerations are deeply rooted it is Accessary to tbor Dg ly lorlen up thp sores o at the meaicinwgetsuo thfe seat of the trouble Ulcers of long standing should be cauterized by an application of zinc nitrate or caustic potashA many of the stieepmen have been inclined to doubt the contagious nature of this disease claiming that the lesions were simply the result of minor infection caused by wounds to the mouth from eating rough grasses and brush or from the pricks of cactus It is likely that these agencies ar helpful in spreading the disease since the small wounds made in this way furnish easy access to the germs of the disease Mild cuts originating io this manner which tire neglected dTir likely lo develop Into a more virulent forth and spread not only among the lambs but may develop range cattle For those reasons various strin gent quarantine measures are being enforced by both government and stat officers in the hope of eradicating the disease at an early date Hog Jottings Movable bog houses have come to stayThe cost of product Js lessened by pushing the pigs for early maturity The danger overfeeding in case of young pigs is always inimical to max imum results Do not overlook the Importance of making a pigs food palatable from the beginning to the end of the season The possibility of expanding the pro duction of pork is so great that we shall uever see a scarcity of this prod uctThe loss of condition at weaning time may be greatly reduced It the pigs have been accustomed to supplementary foods Keep Hands Dry When Milking Milking with wet bauds is a filthy practice Tile clean milker uses clean hands and is sure before he begins that the cows udder is clean and that no falling dirt qan get into the milk Using lard gn the hands to make milk- Ing easy will aid In making hard milk ers It will also help to keep the cows teats tender Dampening the teats with milk also hiss the same effect ITHE VETERINARY An Indigestion Remedy For a horse troubled with indigestion feed oats bran and hay Keep him off grass Do not feed carrots or corn Allow free access to rock salt Re 3uce the grain ration one tlilnj at first ind Iuere rise as be does better Give hIm half an ounce of Fowlers solution of arsenic night and morning Work him Irgb or exercise fully every day Se sfaonld have a box stall In stable To Do Away With Itching When a mare is affected SkinIing skin clipping would be treatment h nwush with a one to fifty solution of coal tar dip as required Stop feeding corn and linseed meal and coutiuue oats bran and bay Garget In the Cow If threeqiiur ra4of rtie udder In tile cow do net Rive milk now ibey never will and it would not pay to keep hrv for breeding purposes She should bf fattened for sliiUfiUte She doubtless had nu attack of jarx t or ruedur thetestsl of wereolored and gorges r u ttLI IglVfS ADVIIIE TOI ALL YOUNG MEN Aged ExConvict Who Has Spent Twenty Years in Prison is Re leased Monday NORFOLK Va Nov 28 Broken in health and friendless E M Martin aged 70 the man who was ac nsedof having been implicated in the robbery of Boship B D Tuckers residence in 1903 when original sil verware from the table of George Washington was stolen was sent to the home of his niece in Petersburg on a police charity ticket where he says he will scpnd the balance of his clays lie has served 20 years in prison Before leaving he handed Chief Kiser a piece of paper on which was written the following advice to men Always be right and you will never get in trouble Be a gentleman always it wont hurt you If I hind m ylife to live over again would know how to start out Be good and you will be happy- If you want your son to be a lawyer yon would send him to a law school not to a medical institution If yon want to reform a man dpnt send him to the penitentiary for that does not do him any good On the other hand it ruins him The career of Martin has been one of adventure since the Civil War ame to a close according to his own statement His weakness has been lousebreaking RARE HEROISM iJ IRLL4Saved Life of J A Hyer Who bar ries Mail From Beaudette to Ciem entson in Ontario RAINY RIVER Out Nov 28 The fate of J A Hyer who carries the mail from Beaudette to Clemen was in doubt for a time Sunday Knowing the anxiety of the people to get their mail he thought he would venture up the river With his trusty log team lie loaded half a ton of jnaiL onhis sledge apt 5fevtpd The ice gave way and precipitate- ddogsfian v 1a ziJir hlcs Iit hieLiring the erich of the clibimng wnt out on the thin ice which bent be neath her weight and lying on the ice at the edge of the break cangh the coat collar cf ITyer and with nil her strength attempted to pull him to tIme surface lie pleaded with to let him go hut she would not an saved him I will drown sure he Raidllel me go dont risk your lift it will mean only the death of two instead of one The girl hnng on hovcvcr and re fused to give up all time time calling lustily for help The water came over time surface of time ice and half time girls was covered hut she still held oni9nahly some long poles were obtained and were pnsbcd ahead to tTie mail carrier Just as the ice gave way rescuing hand raspdcd the girl and sue was pulled from her perilous position still sling leg to Hyer WEST BEND Several from this place attended court at Stanton Monday Misses Lula and Tcna Ogden vis ited relatives in Winchester last week and were accompanied home by their cousin Miss Nellie Ogden Miss Eva Young of Levee is visiting her grandmother Mrs Lonvinia YoungJ Everman made business trip to Winchester Monday Mr and Mrs W M Swope and Ma and Mrs Luke Swope of Kiddville visited their uncle Mark Swope Saturday and Sunday Chas Hauks and Roy Richard son of Winchester visited friends here Tlnpfclnlancl Friday rrs Chas Roundtree gave the young folks a delightful parly Wednesday evening All pres ent report a nice time Mr and Mrs James Damson gave the young folks a party Thursday evening Those present were Misses Nora wrest Lula Tena and Nellie Ogden Rocella Everman Mattie and Stella Berry Mrs Henry Leroy and Chester Everman Clyde Johnson James Kimball Rodney Caudall Ches ter Ogden Wadie Berry Ant Roberts John Patton Dud Morehead John Ratliff Bill Low Carlylo Hughes Chas Ranks nOd Roy Richardson WINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORE YOUR ATTENTION Is respectfully directed to the tact that we have made plans for an unusually large holi day business We now have on display by elegantQ 4C gifts for Ladies and Children eveT sTiowii h rn i Winchester rm We have left nothing undone to make this the g best place to get gifts for your lady relatives and friends Watch for our future announcements and remember that gifts for HER had best come from 4 Curry Dry Goods Co- IIITHE STORE OF PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SHOPPING NEW PICTURE THEATRE OPENS MONDAY AFTERNOON The Auditorium theatre which Imf been playing vaudeville the past sea son will discontinue the vaudeville and run nothing but pictures the bal ance of time winter Beginning each afternoon at 3 oclock the show will run continually until 10 oclock at night Mr W McMicliacl of Lou isville has been engaged to siiig il lustrated songs The bill will consist of an illustrated song and two reels of excellent motion pictures Time admission will he 5 cents The time atre will he comfortably heated and any time you drop in after 3 oclock yon will see a good show WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get won ilerful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores- cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores rn ttbruises and piles 2oc at the Win Chester Drug Company WATER ir HEATERS Among lnstaltaneouslVater Heaters The RUUD isIForemost Boiling VVateri By Opening the Faucet Abk for particulars GRANT WITT COI30 NORTH MAIN STREET LIIP- eoples t n ttIi a f State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our she rt history of a few years we have hilt up a bush j proudWe because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future reputationare glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and county 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 invesigateJOHN M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN Pres L BCOCKRELL V Prcs t LIVE WELL Its casyWhen you know where to buy your foods ntleasonablepric Yon can get the best coffees teas spices delicacies choice and fresji biry products toothsome hams and bacon and fresh meats to suit tIle tastes or1cOllC who know high grrdc foods when they see and test them from J W DAWSONSuccessor to J 11 POVVELJ No 6 N Nain St I Work Wonders for Large Frgures developedIReduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by straps or attachments of any kind will reduce the hips and abdomen from one to fire inches Price 300 upwards to 1000 Sold at all Stores Everywhere WHHGA1TENBROS MJcrp 34SL atBreaiway New York I I r r t o r THE WINCHESTER NEWSP Pane Three ki a FOUA t I i 14 WEEKS FROM t YESTERDAY I t 1 H BQWJN Optician and 29 5 Main St WINCHESTER JiY SOCIETY lIt Christmas Sale Tlielladics of the Episcopal church l will hftveasnJoi the Tuesday be fore Shristmas k Bazaar ri The Kings Daughters arc prepay ing to hold one of the prettiest and best iJazaars ever held in the building belonging to Miss Lizzie Taylor on 2 and 3 beginning at 030 pn Friday Charming Entertainment Mss Willie M Nelson charmingly entertained ou November 24 with an elaborate six course luncheon at her Mime on Lexington avenue in honoi bf her attractive guests Miss ctf Villongliby and Kerns of M I Sterling and Miss Richardson tol North Middlctown The house AMIS beautifully deco rated in yellow chrysanthemums and ferns The guests who were all from r distance were Elf red Henry Ber tha Kerns Mary King Leora Wil loughby Mae Richardson Henry d Boardman Margaret King Alber1 Henry Marion Ford diaries Board man Herman Staggs James King aw Mr and Mrs Joe Anderson Late in the afternoon hot choco late and wafers were served It r grb Irubtt atic1 son of I Lex inglon arc guests of Mrs Jess Spencer Mrs John Lnwrence and two sons Dallas and Scobee are spending several days with her parents at In dian Fields Mr W II Nelson has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Montgomerycounty Miss Edna Gaitskill who is ill ai St Josephs Hospital is improving- Mr Dan Dykes of Richmond vis ited here Sunday Miss Nancy Shearer has returned to her home in Richmond after a vi it to her sister Missy Raymond Sj SnealerIfrom Lexington where they spent ThanksgivingMr Floyd Clay of Indian Fields are guests of Mrs I II Mc Marcia Moss of AVilliams burg spent the Thanksgiving vaca tion with Miss Beulah Thompson Mr Varren Llllallof Texas and Mr Eugene Lillard of Versailles arc guests of Mr Steve Davis Miss Vida Thompson spent the Thanksgiving vacation with Miss Elizabeth Foster in Lexington Mr M D Roysc has returned from to hunting trip in Morchcad I Miss Jane Gaitskill has returned r from a visit in Otcmg srills Mrs Elmorc Stalls of Mt Sterling is visiting her sister Miss Bert Me Ewan Rev Mr Averitt spent Sunday at his home in Louisville and upon his return was accompanied by his wife Rev and Mrs George Shepherd and family will arrive Tuesday night from Lakeland Florida Mr and Mrs Homer MacNeill are hoarding with Mrs John Clclland Miss Annie Woodward was tile guest of Miss Lillian Redmoii in Mt Sterling Sunday Miss Elizabeth Mae Madigan has returned from Lexington where she spent several days with Miss Margaret Ryan Mrs Roger Barnes and daughter have returned to Mt Sterling after a pleasant visit here Mr and Mrs George Clark and children have returned to their home n Paintsvillc after a pleasant visit hereMrs J C Anderson spent several lays with her parents Mr and Mrs ir H Nelson on Taylor avenue Miss Nannie Lowry teacher of the lecknerville school spent Thanksgiv ng with her parents Misses Mae Richardson of North iliddletown Bertha Kerns of Mont gomery county and Lcora Willougli ly otMtSterJjng spent several lays vi th iIiss Willie Mae Nelson last tveek Master Thomas Edwin Searcy of Lexington is visiting his grandpar mts Mr and Mrs W M Searcy on Taylor avenue Mr and Mrs Jesse Hampton Mr uul Mrs Clarence Boswell and little JaJghtcrspcLlt Thanksgiving with Mr J E GaitsJdU and family ill Charles Sewell and Mrs Jesse Spencer attended the matinee performance of tike Girl in the Taxi it the houseeMr W A Beatly has returned from St Josephs Hospital in Lox Heniy Boardman has returned to his home in North Middlctown af ter a pleasant visit here Mr and Mrs Harvey Nelson of Hedges have purchased Mr William Kckloys property on S Main street wd will reside here Mr J Womack is at West Lib jrtyKy Misses Nancy and Elizabeth Robb of Nicholasvjllc are Missb Katherine Robb Mrs Charles Sewell has returned to her home in Jackson after a jlcasnnt visit to her parents Mr and Mrs C E Bush tA sweeping reduction in millinery Everything at cost for 30 days Mis Rosa Baldwin 1118St ii Hogs Are Going Down l t Under the knife Dont forgetYcut- spices Our stock is new and fresh Sage Black Pepper Red Pepper i 1I To The Housekeeper 4ASfc We have pnhaftds daily jV trtV l BA JBO t 2rSPARE RIBS ijJt ri SAUSAGEf Change Your Meat Course MacNeill Weathers 1II i Both Pho1asNo40 t t 4 ftM l d 11 ifii l ii 3iittY 1 I t ji i t s p i qrim 4 JfV U J I 11 b io holiday GOQd 1 Now Ready 1 All the new things on display Monday for Christmas shoppers Do your buying now before the goods are picked qyer and before the rush SPECIAL PRICES ON Suits Cloaks Furs and Skirts Continue This Week M r tt We Give S H Green Trading Stamps d tt Ii C II fI I N 0 R S S I jld ii 11IWt i 11IDEMOCRATS TO HOLD MEETING iovement is on Foot to Bring to Bal timore Representative Democrats From All Over the Country r BALTIMORE Md Nov 2STheI movement to bring to Baltimore the representative Democrats of the country in and out of Congress in a fathering on January 17 1911 that will an to c ictOhlmclwas ona dation Saturday when the committee in charge headed by Governor Crotli ers after a long conference with Nor man E tract chairman o fthc Democratic National Committee and Champ Clark of Missouri adopted the form of an invitation which trill be sent to the leading Democrats in all the States If- I Seasonable Gold Jewelry For Men l Aclihg upon the advice 6f Mr- tpi0piilalZrClad U1CrCliiCiI Ce idclOJjgHn1rt cohsuiered was diop pedand it was determined to make the occasion a National Jackson day celebration Of Democratic achieve men ts The plans endorsed by Chairman Mack and Mr Clark contemplate a big mass mooting in the afternoon at whichspeeches will be made by leading Democrats of the country to be followed ban elaborate mn net It was thoroughly understood at the meeting that the Batlimorc cele bration wil luot be the nature ofJ conference the result of which will bindor commit either the Democratic political part or the individuals par ticipating thereinrIt was further understood that there are to beno resolutions adopted no person boomed for time Presi outIJining tine of time country and no element of the party is to be overlooked or left unrepresented but that the gathering will be open free and devoted solely to the promotion of party unity New AUtn Styles mnIor W Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains Key Rings Gliard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Baldwin BrosSign of Rig Wath 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY fr lll 3 Save Time by Telephoning IWhen a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the t nine time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice Ry having the service of the fil EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED lv youhaventinformationt q J t 1 i b and Imrmony fI n r ho1d stations to prclsIto every leader of the party in the country regardless of their differences in the pst and to extend a welcome gen erally to Democrats who desire tc keep alive and vibrant the present triumphant spirit of the National Democracy RAIDING OF RICH STORE lIS Only News Indicating Activity on the Part oftlle Mexican Revolutionists MEXICO CITY Nov 28Tlme on ly news to reach here Saturday indi eating activity on the part of the revolutionists was that of the raiding by a band of 25 to 30 halfstarved menu early Saturday of Retonin Ranch near Sacramento 30 miles north of Torreon The ranch store is said to have been stripped of provisions these ap parently being the sole quest of the maraudersNews dispatches and official re ports from various points in teh disturbed districts gave no indication of further trouble 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 Winchester Ky in lots of five or more Rob Reese t r EMBARGO ON WIRES LIFTED LAREDO Texas Nov 2SJfhc Mexican Government Saturday night lifted the embargo on thc use of all telegraph wires and furnished the Associated piess with its direct lens ed wires in the City of Mexico For the first time in five days tljo full presS service is going into tIre Republic 3 The fact thatthe GovernmentJfinds it convenient to allow the l1seofJ wire is taken as an indication that the situation is now well in hand and that there isno further fear of an Create especially in time interior OPENING OF HAIR EMPORIUM Mrs Mann and Mrs Savery An nounce to Ladies That They Are Fully Equipped in Their New Bus iness Mann arid Savory announccto the ladies that they have opened a hair emporium at 12 West Fairfax Win equippedforclass parlorstFacial massage Hair dressing Hair singeing Shampooing j Manicuring Marcelle waving Hair clipping Scalp treatment We have on hand a line of loose and manufactured hair Orders promptly filled Bring your comb have llicm made to order We want your business Satisfaction assured We are also agents for time Amer ican Queen Correct CofoTt front need tthIts Perfeogr Front Piece which are mcde rom gear intccd materials throughout and are Delected with time greatest care both pattcrilanrlxi n23ondtf jOSTEverything for next 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin 1118St Divides Waters of Two Cceans Situated exactly at the highest petit of the divide of the Rocky Mountain on the Crows Nest division of the Canadian Pacific railway in British Columbia the Summit hotel of which Andy Goode a famous hunter and frontiersman is proprietor claims a unl ue distinction When it rala fn the xrfouiitafns the Crater whicn falls on the eastern slope of the Summit hotel roof trickles away to Join a tiny rttiulet which Jn due process of time mingles its waters with the broad At lantlc Tlie water falling Just beyond the ridgepole on the other sldo of too roof ultimatelytInto t11c Daily Thought The greatest man is he who chooses right with invincible resolution who resists secret temptations from with in and without who bears the heart est burden cheerfully who is calmest in storms and most fearless under menace and frowns whose reliance on the truth on virtue on God is most unfaltering Channing CATARRH r J QUICKLY CURED BY1 A PLEAS ANT GERMKILLING ANTISEPTICI The little Hyomei pronounce it- Highome inhaler is made of hard rubber and can easily be carried in pocket or purse It will last a life time Intd this inhaler you pour a few drops of magical llYO lEI This is absorbed by the antiseptic gauze within and now you are ready to breathe it in over the germin fested membrane where it will speed sly begin its work of killing catarrh germs HYOMEI is made of Austral ian eucalyptus combined with other antiseptics and is very pleasant to breatheIt guaranteed to cure catarhli bronchitis sore throat croup coughs and colds or money back It cleans out a stuffedup head in two minutes Sold by Phillips and druggists ev cry1lere Complete outfit jiidestructible pocket ili lHcrnhdionc bottle of HYOMEI 10J Andre member if you need n second bottle of HYOMEI it will cost only 50 cents Fre trial bottle of I1YOMEI from Booths IIyomei Co Buffalo N YL Artis Iurnb The Wise Turkey Makes Tracks about Thanksgiving time You catfool 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 t Ladies 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 in 5UITSWe have instock a complete line of beauti fully tailored suits of the best materials and WORKMANSHIP ILr r Ikrtis lliirnlull J i r 4 yr P i r r fr 7f rJ 1 laOf four r THE WINCHESTER NEWS n 7 AssortmentrOf iottWe 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 All Christmas Goods displayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras =lVIirrorscopesandhundreds visit our store when in Lexington t CDC a110 way Co Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street Lexington KyIra 7 ft Citizens National Bank I Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 51000 I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We wIll give ou courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to aU business entrusted to u- sJD Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier- T R Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier t T i A on of f J5 AN IOWA MANS LIFE TiThe very grave seemed to yawn be fQre Robert Madsne of West Iowa when after seven Weeks in the hospital four of the best gave him up Then was shown the marvelous curative power of Electric Bitters For af- fir eight mon its of suffer liver yellow jaundice other remedies or five bottles of j is matchless medicine aVthe drug store i COURT DAYS Below is a of the days county eourts are held each monthn coup Anderson 3rd Bath 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Bpjle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark 4th Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette 2nd Monday Fleming 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday a RED bigrAsh best domes tic guarantee every loa- dROYSE 6 BOONE Both Phones Us All Your Laun Monday Tuesday as we want to Eat Tur Thursday Winchester Laundry Co For Sale Rrivately Grocery Meat Market numbe- ne stand Will sell account othe Business Bros KytSAVES Burlington physicians frightful mgfrom tfoub1Gand doctors completely guaranteedtr Winchester iCOUNTY Lawrenceburg Monday Owingsville Winchester Monday Lexington Flemingsburg STAR Coalthe fuelwe Winchester Give dry and key and Ecton Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day MondayIMason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday An Idyl of Theocrltus The thievish Lovea cruel bee once stung him as he was rifling honey fingerUpsblew upon his hand and leaped and stamped tie ground And then he showed his hurt to Aphrodite and made much complaint how that t bee is a tiny creature and yet wh wounds It deals And his moth laughed out and said Art thou n even such a creature as the bees tiny art thou but what wounds th dealest From the Greek by Andrew Lang VALUE OF WATER L IN BUTTER There must be a certain amount otI water in butter to make It a perfect articlenot that the per cent of water must come within certain fixed or nar row limits but the amount that is present in butter made under normal conditions where quality Is the main objectTo average consumer the water content is not greatly noticeable unless there is a small quantity of free water left In the package In which the butter was originally packed How ever this free water bears no direct relation to the amount present in but ter but it is an indication of the plan followed in Its manufacture Butter mechanically perfect may contain between 10 and 15 per cent of water As a rule this extreme differ ence cannot be detected except by men who have made the subject a study The value of butter Is based on its quality and general makeup and not its natural composition except In cases where it has been carried to an ex treme The factors In composition that will nffect Its quality are the extremes In salt contents or whether the salt Is all dissolved The limit which was placed upon the water to be Incorporated into but ter was In part to do away with the growing tendency on the part of some to make an article that should contain the lowest possible amount of butter fat and yet bear the name of butter If this had not been checked there would have been danger of placing the ability of the buttermaker upon the question Can you get us the over run in place of Can you make good butter It seems as if that idea Is still encouraged in certain localities The overrun bears a certain relation to the compositon of the butter but is not a sure indication that a high per cent of water means a correspondingly high overrun A buttermaker should have an over run that checks fairly well with the fat in his butter provided the loss of fat In the process of manufacture has been kept at Its blnirqum It cannot always be said hntnri otc b4t1Ciharlnthan a high overrun indicates low fat content butter The greatest factor In overrun con trol Is the accurate determination of the total butter fat delivered to the creamery If more butter fat was delivered than was actually paid for It cannot help but increase the overrun and vice versa- Naturally the question arises Can butter be made to always contain less than the legal 1C per cent limit for wa ter The answer Is positively Yes with a fair margin for safety In fact butter can be made tp 09 exceed even a 15 per cent limit A good icommer clal product can contain 14 to 15 per cent of water Thisajlded to the 825 percent standard for fat makes a to tal of 905 to 975 per cent leaving a balance of 25 to 35 per cent for salt casein and ash Since the average casein and ash content need not exceed per cent this leaves 15 to 25 per cent for salt This amount of salt is not sufficient for all grades of butter nor will It meet the demand of all consumers In order to increase the salt content there must be a decrease In the water A commercial product will pass to cer tutu consumers containing 35 per cent salt but need not exceed 3 per cent It is not safe to work too close to any standard because of variation in composition due to sampling One sample of butter taken to represent a churning may or may not be an accu rate representation of the butter in atrper cent perr Testing Cream The percentage of fat In milk wit have some effect upon the percentage of fat in the cream delivered by th separator For example when whey containing 1 to 2 per cent of fit Is separated unless the cream screw i changed it will deliver a cream If t may be called such that will have to pass through the separator again fore it can be churned but just ho much two creams will vary in test on made from 5 per cent milk and the other from 4 per cent milk without changing the cream screw we are un able to say and we can find no data that will help us to answer this ques tion exactly It would be a very eas matter to determine just bow mud the two creams would vary in test by running some 4 and 5 per cent milk through a separator under the same conditions then testing the two result ing creams Rations For Colts An experienced horseman has found equal parts of corn and oats ground ether to be one of the best grain rations for growing colts It furnishes elements needed for the production of fat bone and muscle Adding bran or linseed meal to the ration aids very much in keeping the bowels regular and avoids constipation and in this waylessens the liability of disease Cooling the Cream thoatr as soon as erIs finished Is of more importance than anything else at that particular time theofit ut cream walt for nothing until the tempercttu- favorable to their growth is reduced PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public outcry on TuesdayrHiov 294910 at lOa mJ fron thepremises my farm containing 65 Acres of Blue Grass Land situated 112 miles from Winchester on the Ruckerville pike Also at the same time and place the following implements and live stock 1 good brood to jack 18 year old drivenmare for lady to drive 1 year old combined gelding safe for lady to drive 1 goodwork mare 11 years old 25 sheep 1 two horse wagon 1 one horse wagon 1 binder 1 mower 1 randall harrow 1 disc plow 4 dou ble shovel plows 100 shocks of corn 100 shocks of fodder 5 stacks of clover and timothy hay mixed and oilier things too numerous to mention- I will also sell at public outcry on the following day at same hour on premises my farm of 137 acres situated 0 miles from Winchester on the Muddy Creek pike also at the same place a lot of corn in the shock Terms made known on day of sale JOHN A FRAZIER HOWARD WATTS Auctioneer SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remedy for women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling cold = imparting appetite and toning up the system theyre unequaled Easy s afe sure 25c at the Winchester Drug store fi Sand cement all building material H Roy eI43 nnsX1113t I WINCHESTER JDEA HUSTLE Capital S1QOOOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank J1fF 1ll WINCHESTEB KY- N i H WITHERSOONPresident LW R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS Save money by investing in Red Star coal now Royse Boone 11143t Winchester Opera HOUSEe 1910tAsToldine The Hills SUCCESShW F MANN Presents PLAY CANNOT AFFORD MISS t Mabel Owen MAS THE INDIAN GIRL PAMNENA j BY FAR TIDE BEST DRAMATIC PRODUCTION OF TODAY NEW Specialties NEW Costumes Scenery Effects WATCH FOR THE INDIANS t PRICES 25 35 7 and5Oc Seats on sale at Strodes reDrug Store MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 26 WheatIt was thought the leading bull interests in wheat bought possibly one million bushels yesterday in supporting the market No one doubts their ability in that quarter to hold wheat or advance it temporarily but the rninsoand improved Argentine condi tions certainly are on the side of sellers raid the load may become heavy While conditions appear to be on the side of the sellers we think the break in the cable this morning is a little more than natural everything con sidered and it may be wise either ti take qiiick profits or sell sparingly on any break- CORNGood observers were of the opinion after the close yesterdaj that much of the short interest which is likely to be disturbed by display of strength has discovered that market has been forced a little on the buying side possibly to help the bullopera tions in wheat Lenders expect tc sec or ts l the drn4iialrltet AVorl ljjoktoget1ier iIJ f IF9 iltljhogs arc on the marketagainst14 000 last year The months pack ing at all points promises to be short of last year and with less stocks excepting lard and prices about 2 cents per pound lower ought to encourage holders and influence buying as an investment Associated Press Summary CHICAGO Naig2GCattle ceiltc 10OOi steady beeves 4 t5 7oJ exs steers 45 to u60I 570illcQws13000 steady fiYc cents I higher fi257171l Sheep Receipts 3gOO steady native 225410 western 250410 yearlings 410 a510 native lambs 425G40 western lambs 425625 NECK WAS BROKEN TERRE HAUTE Inch Nov 26 Eugene Dant was thrown to the ground when his team became unmanageable ns he drove out of a baTh on a farm near Clinton and in the fall his neck was broken killing him instantly GO TO Bro nProctoria 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 370 CHAS A HOSEY Prop NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Har rodsburg Ky but for years the saw every atteraptto cure a lung racing cough fail At last I tried Dr lungs New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped th cough and I am now in better healt- than I havehad for years This won derful Jife samer is an unrivaled rem edy for coughs colds lagrippe asth ma crop bemorrliages whooping cough or weak lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by the Winchester Drug Co FOR SALE PRIVATELY Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three gilts J C McCIur- R R No5 Winchester Ky 1114tf MUST GO My stock of millinery to make room for holiday stock Everything in millinery at cost for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin ll188t Classified Advertisements tlc a word for a slngfe msertlee 2c a word for three consecutive In sertionsc for each additional In sertion lOc a word per monthi perIcents 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 For Insurance on Your Tobacco Office In McEldowney BuIIlding Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bid Phone i8r LOST Bnnch of keys Return to C C Robbins News office 1126Gt TAKEN UP White sow slit in right ear weight about 250 pounds Owner can have her by proving property nail paying cost and lam age J S Boone 6 miles from Winchester on Lexington pike ll263t WANTEDTo rent a 5 orVroora house centrally located Apply t Robbins News office ll2G3t LOST An Isabella Fox muff within the last week Finder return to Robbins News office 11263t LOSTRing Return to H E News office and receive reward FOR SALEHarness saddles bug h pbes horse blankets horse co- lliiRj tc E A Lowry No 7 E Broadway1123F- OR RENT Three upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gas and water 19 Buckner street Mrs M B Locknanc 1123tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper specialtyern Mrgazine Agency Clark B Tan ner manager postoffice box 454 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123tf FOR SALEBronze turkey gobblers 3 peach Apply to MfsR B Fox route 6 ll22l3Veod furkeysj1Irsphone 332 Jl37lmo FOR RENT 75 acres good corn lam now in clover and ready to plo at once For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton at Ectons grocery 1010tf tIGSTEN LAMPS LightIcethe use of current have arranged with TungstellLamps150 watt lamp 170 12k0 0 10 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp nubare selling them at the lowest possi fewbdhysWIN WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ia the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eauaL yeo u no unnecessary ng it Royse Boone 1118tf Sewer pipe of all sizes at reason able prices Royse Boone 7U143t WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful sejui photos made at Earps gallery Jutthe thing for friends Dont d n lay Christmas will be here before you- realize it I l193wksebd IlIHtt cmns Cttkltf Cuhlii Clark County National Bank E tabII horf 1865 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited nmifirtions Made onAII Points Cf pita and Surplus 35000000 FARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well improved and 1milesSTOKELY 111tf PENDLETON RUSH fc BUSH Attorneys it Law 5tk Floor McEldowney BuildinrWinchester Kyw LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney j jttw vm 6th Floo hlcl1 Y Bagdi a1oWinchester Ry J M STEVENSON r Attorney at Lav W S Main St Winchester Ky 1 1V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO ll N S URALNgE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE Phone 14- 5SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessonsthe best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 DRiNK It 3 dMore 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 respectfullye Sheriff 1015tf Now is the time to buy Red Star coal for winter months Royse Boone ll143t tlaNOTICE i On account of the death of my Ima1 band W IT etiotirp stock of gooc1p including a gen eral line of groceries dry goods no tions etc I 1i113solen6e the build ing previously occupied by him at Becknerville MRS S E YOUNG 1111121 i THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for thisImachine which is well known for durability and good work Will lie oI nsed to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Wiltsell either for cash or monthly payments C C BOBBINS News office