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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y iCL t t ILD j if 3mr l t te U r Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWS tions Fair Tuesday Wednesday WEATHER Temperature Warmer Fair in With West Rising Por VOLUME NO 37 IM WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK KILLS HIMSELF 1i WITH SCISSORS Act Was Committed Under Circum stances Which Would Warrant J Holding the Attendant Responsible t r COLUMBUS 0 Nov 29J J Barber aged 71 a lifelong resident of Columbus artist member of time Republican Glee Club and for some time a clerk in the County Treasurers office died Sunday night at the Columbus State Hospital as the re stiltof an attempt at suicide made Saturday morning He inflicted yoimdin his neck with a pair of scis sors y He was taken to several sanitar iums and hospitals without benefit and on November 10 was committed to the State Hospital According to J hosIpltunder circumstances which would warrant him in holding the attendant responsible The ajifitpdant had been clipping the hair residents in onI o fjthe halls placing the scissors on a high shelf He walked to the other end of the hall Barber saw this jumped seized the scissors and inflicted the wound which proved fatal Scarcely had he cut himself than the attendant wrested the scissors from him pCrfES SERMONj IN HUNTERS ATTIRE Was First Religious Services ManyI of His Audience Has Attended Since Childhood LEWISTOWN1 Penn Nov 20 Fulfilling a promise made when lwe was pastor of a local Prtsbyterian Church two years ago Rev Harold Ma cAfe e Robinson of Bear Lake Minn Sunday held one of the mostI peculiar religious services in Central Pennslyvania Advertising his texl as Nimrod was a mighty hnnterI he drew more than 150 mountaineers fro mthe surrounding country some tof them walking more than 20 miles bringing with them their rifles r and dogsIl The setting for the service which i was held at a hunting camp was aj hollow in a mountain side locally Iknown as the big kettle and the preacher abandoned his customary garb in favor ofa hunting costume t The preacher drew his remarks from the surroundings and held the attention of the strange throng from start to finish After the sermon he held an experience meeting and drew from some of the men con fessions that it was the first sermon to which they had listened since f childhood i FRIENDS SHOW 5 HIGH ESTEEM Rev Geo W Shepherd New Pastor otCentral Baptist Church in Win chester Honored By Church Mem hers rFrom Lakeland Fla News Hardly had he finished his supper tamer returning home from Kentucky poi ilast Friday evening when hi answer to the door bell Rev George W Shepherd found a large number of friends members of his own church mind those of other denominations on the veranda awaiting the invita lion to enter It proved to be a stir prise party tendered him and his efc tiuiable wife who are held in the highest esteem by a wide circle of friends in this city deeply de plore their decision to return to their Qld Kentucky Home j Each guest brought a remembrance and when the lovely array of gifts were spread on a table silver cut glass china and a number of hand some individual gifts their surprise i Hind gratification was complete Rev i 0 M Brittain editor of the Florida r Baptist Witness acted as spokesman pf the assembly and in fitting and beautiful language told of the love and esteem in which they were held by those friends who had gathered to them this small tribute of the aVpreciationN6f the entire commun 4 ityof the work and worth of the pastor of the First Baptist church irrespective of denomination of the prominence over the State that the church here had gained through the energetic and untiring efforts of the growth of the church Sunday School B Y P Uand other church organi zations under his leadership and clos ed with the statement that wherever his lines might be cast he would nev er find more loving and loyal friends than thqse in Lakeland who appre ciate broadness of mind culture and refinement all of which go to njake up this splendid character When he had concluded Rev Shepherd responded stating that his heart was so full that he could scarcely frame Iliewords of appreci ation that he so deeply felt He told of his love for Lakeland and her splendid people arid stated that it wias with great effort that he made the change butt that a great work awaited him in Kentucky and he felt it his duty to go After these two addresses the remainder of the evening was delightfully spent in social converse and end ing several selections by a quartette composedof Messrs E C Angell Jack Chunn Walter Oakley and Charles Durrance Misses Lottie Belle and Fannie Mayes both accomplished musicians gave a vocal and instrumental number which were much enjoyed PREACHERS RUSE FAILED TO WORK Announced That All Women Over 40 Might Keep Hats on But Fair Listeners Did Not Respond BOSTON Mass Nov 29By announcing at Sunday nights service that all women over 40 may keep their hats on Rev Herbert S Johnson of the Warren Avenue Baptist Church thought he was giving r hint which might resultin a general shedding of the Parisian and homemade head pieces which have become so- cogslccuousitytite various church edifices of Boston as to lead the men men Jo register their protest However very few hats came off which led a casual churchgoer who happened to be sitting ina rear pew to remark that Dr Johnsons parish must be chock full of old maids byI their own confession For the past few weeks protests against the big hat annoyance have been coming in to Dr Johnsons office At a recent meeting the male members of the parish voted that the obnoxious lids must go With an idea of finding out just how considerate the women of his congregation were of the comfort of the othcrpcfi Dr Johnson the dcadllinelinery Despite the failure of his first at tempt Dr Johnson hopes by contin ual appeal to achieve his end TWENTY MilLION PEOPLE INVOLVED In Proposed Rate Increase and Com merce Commission is Asked to Go Slow By George E Ide WASHINGTON Nov 29The terest of the life insurance companies with their 20 million policy holders in the avoidance of any Federal action that might impair their invest ments in railroad securities was call ed to the attention of the Interstate Commerce Commission Monday by Geo E Ide President of the Home Life Insurance Company of New YorkMr Ide testified that he appeared before the committee in its investiga tion of the proposed increase In freight rates as the spoksman for the Association of Life Insurance Presi dents and for their vast army of policy holders He declared a false step by the Commission would seri mushy affect a vast number of citizens who were indirectly but inti mately interested in the prosperity of the railroads and that whatever action the Commission took would be regardedas a precedent to guide the Commissions of various States Mr Ide contended that anything affecting unfavorable prosperity and extension of the railroads ultimately would be felt by the small savor whose welfare was of vital import ance to the upbuilding of the nation Be sure to gee the beautiful fancy work at tine Tungs Daughters bazaar Friday Aprons painted china etc- 11291t GOLDEN WEDDING IS CELEBRATED Mr and Mrs T J Delaney Celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of Their MarriageThos Delaney and Nancy Jane Beall were married in 1860 on Thanksgiving day They celebrated their fiftieth anniversary at their home near Pilot View About 35 were present including their cihldren and grand children near relatives and aIfew friends of the long ago They have seven children all of whom attended but ore The presence of their bridesmaid Mrs Nancy Agnes Winn formerly Miss Mills made it an un usual event The house was decorated with mistletoe and yellow chry santhemums and the color effect of yellow was carried out in the table decorations The golden glow of the candles accentuated the richness of the silver andcut glass on exquisite handmade lace covers After enjoying a feast fit for a king 1glntulntions occasion The number of handsome gifts attested the lover and esteem which this couple enjoy after their long lives of usefulness All too quickly the hours sped as have sped the years of their wedded life After the brief day of gaiety for the young reminiscences for the old and a good time for all there were hearty hand shaking and good wishes for thhs worthy couple LOGAN WILSON TO MARRY MISS CLINE Bridegroom Will Thus Escape Charge of Violating U S LaiIs NoW in Jail CINCINNATI 0 Noy20YYlwne pretty Myrtle Cline of Thompson Sta tion Ky and William Lo mn Wilsoi of Spencer Ky are married Tues day at the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant by Rev Robert Tat son the pastor flue bridegroom ti ill escape prosecution on a charge of violating the United States lad against pandcringIWilson and the girl were arrested here last Friday night He has bellIin jail where he will remain until hour set for the wedding Until 110nJ day Miss Cline was held at the De tention Home She is with her moth er In telling her story to Secretary Watson of the Cincinnati Vigilance Committee the gill said that she first met Wilson during the latter part of August It was a case of love at first sight She ran away to Cincinnati promise of marriage arriving here October 15 however Wilson did no keep faith regarding the wedding but induced silence on the part of the girl by telling her that the poli would putt her iu jail if she com plainedSorrowing letters caused Mrs Al pima Cline Coeburn to come to lit daughters rescue and the arrest mind final agreement of marriage resulted INVITATIONS TO- ATTEND SILVER TEA Which Will Be Held at the Residence of Mrs John Stuart Canks Art Issued The following invitations have been sent out You are cordially invited to attend a silver tea at the residence of Mrs JoIn Stuart Banks 324 South Main street Wednesday November 30 3 to 5 for the benefit of Trinity Mission North Winchester REVIVAL AT- BAPTIST CHURCH Splendid Congregation Heard Dr Porter Monday Night on Text Adam Where Art Thou The Revival meeting at the First Baptist church continues to increase in interest Notwithstanding the rain and cold a splendid congregation heard Dr J W Porters sermon Mon day night on the text Adam Where art thouThe sermon was one of great power anti force The preacher showed time exceeding sinfulness of sin and how Adam tried to render to God an excuse for his sin and how men in this day try to excuse themselves for their wrong doing The speaker said God deals with the lost sinner in the pres ent Today is the day of salvation No where has God given the lost sin ner any promise of tomorrow The only way out of sin is Christ Noth ing but the blood of Jesus can cleanse from all sin A man may join a thousandchurches and still be lost in sin That person who is wrong on the full and complete atonement ofIJesus Christ cannot be saved Withc out the shedding of the bloodof Christ there could have been no remission of sin no salvation no hope no heenIL Everitt arrived from btingiuqMrsAveritt sang a duet Monday night at the service They will assist in the music luring the rest of the meeting Mrs Averitt has a sweet voice and will he a great assistance in the choir Services again Tuesday night at 7Ioclock and every day this week at 1030a m and 7 p m There has i been to date 9 new members HldedI to the church 8 by baptism one relation Everybody is invited to attend these soioosI CALLED OFF Crowd of 8000 Waited For Four Hours in the Cold Before a Single Machine Left the unri f CHATTANOOGA Tim Nov 29 Charles K Hamilton John B Bois scent and several other aviators here for a threedays aviation meet RominericeiTMonday called off all further attempts after a few flights had been made because the air currents here were found to be most treacher ousTime field set aside for to mceiing is situated at the base of numerous hills Garras in a Demoiselle and Simon in a Blcriot made brief flights Moday and found the upper air perilous and they dud all of the other bird men refused to take further chances A crowd of 8000 Waited for four hours in the cold Monday afternoon before a single machine left the ground The aviators left later for New Orleans BOSWORTH FOR STATE AUDITOR Is Former State Treasurer and Onej of the Best Known Democrats inI KentuckyILEXINGTON Ky Nov 29Hon Henry M Bosworth former State Treasurer and one of the best known Democrats in Kentucky Monday gave out the formal announcement of his candidacy for the nomination foi State Auditor by the Democrats of Kentucky Mr Boswiorlhs announce ment follows To the Democrats of Kentucky Earnest solicitation at the hands jf leading Denocrat throughout the State has persuaded me to announce my candidacy for Auditor of time State of Kentucky Experience as State Treasurer and familiarity with the protective laws of the office prompt me to be lieve that I can meet the demands of the party I represent which are fair and honest discharge of all the duties attending upon me as Auditor It is my intention to visit all parts of the State and I take this method of expressing my appreciation of your fomner generous support and my hope that you may find it consistent with your inclination and duty to others to consider my nan didacy favorably I am your humbles 6rint HENRY M BOSWORTH x ai MEETINGi Winchester Chapter No 12 will Have a called meeting Tuesday night in their rooms in the Fraternity building The meeting has been call ed for the purpose of inferring do green MANY MINERS AREENTOMBED Five Bodies Which Have Been Re covered Were Thrown From Mouth of Mine 200 Feet in the Air ANTLERS Okla Nov 29Pour teen miners were killed or entombed in an explosion in the Jumbo mines 20 miles north of here Monday Five bodies have been recovered Nine men were entombed in the mine and Secretary Thomas of the mining com pany says there is no doubt that all were killed The five men wihose bodies have recovered were thrown from the mouthof the mine more than 200 feet in the air The others are at a depth of 290 feet The cause of the explo sion has not been determined but it is believed to have resulted from the ignitedfronFifteen minutes after the explosion of the accident had reached the city and physicians and nurses were hurried to the scene The mine is the AsphaltCompany DISMISSED BY SUPREME COURT Leaves to One Side the Question as to Whether or Not States May Gerrymander Territory WASHINGTON Nov 29 Leaving to one tide the question as to whether or not States may gerrymander their territory for congressional districting purposes independent of limitation by Congress the Supreme Court of the United States Monday dismissed for want of jurisdiction the appeal from an attack of an alleged congressional gerrymander in Ken tacky Time court held it was without jurisdiction because the case concerned the congressional election of 1911fi and therefore the case now raisedon ly a moot question Judicial proceedings were begun by Republicans in Kentucky in 1907 to test the alleged gerrymander of tin State for congressional election pur poses Charles Richardson in tic Fouith Congressional district filed r suit asking that the Secretary ol State and his successor be enjoincr from printing on the official ballots in 1908 the names of certain candi dates for Congress- It was claimed by Richardson that the act of the Kentucky Legislature had gerrymandered the Eleventh Eighth and Third districts in viola tion of statutes of Congress and the Constitution Such discrepancies existed in the apportionment itwm claimed thata voter in the Eighth district availed in voting more than one and fourfifths times as much a voter in the Eleventh At the election in 1908 it was ar gued before the Supreme Court the Republicans carried the Eleventh by over 21000 while the Democrats car ried the Eight by about 1700 and the Third by about 500 The Kentucky Court of Appeal held that it had no power under tin State Constitution lo review the ac tinn of the Legislature in redistricting the State for congressional purpose and it questioned the power of Congress to do so VISITING HERE Mrs Sidney Stump and son John of Cynthiana and David Endicott of Cincinnati are time guests of the family of Mr n F Endicott on Hag gard stree- tQUIET DAY IN POLICE CIRCLES Only Two Were So Unfortunate as to Land in the Mullins HouseCharg es of Drunkenness Monday was one of the quietest court days in the police circles dur ing the whole year Only two wer e so unfortunate as to land in tIre Mul dins House S Denny colored was celebrat 1o big his visit to town by getting drunk and trying to ride his horse over peo ple on the streets in Bucktown He had someone cornered when Chief McCord appeared on the scene and arrested Denny Cliff Boone was only drunk as usual Both will be tried Tuesday night The examining trial of deputy po liceman Ballard will be held by Judge F P Pendleton AVednesday night DR1MKINLEY NEW YORK WIN ill Take Course in PostGraduate Hospital and Will Spend Several Days at Rockefeller Institute Dr D II McKinley left Tuesday morning for New York City where ho wall be gone several weeks Dr Me Kinley is going to New York for the purpose of taking a course in the city1Vhiledays at the Rockefeller Institute which is now conducting an investi gn Hon of the dreaded disease fantile paralysis AUDITORIUM The management of the Auditori um theatre was highly pleased with the large crowd that attended the picture show Monday nightwhich was the first night of the new venture The pictures shown were exceptionally good and will continue so in the future as it is time intention of the management to use nothing but time best pictures obtainable Two splen did pictures has been selected for Tuesday afternoon and night Another breezy western comedy the kind that everybody likes will be presented by Selig entitled Go TestI Young Woman go West who is making a great picture at present will divide honor Tuesday night with Selig as he is offering a daughter of Dixie a great pie tare An afternoon session has been arranged to start promptly at 3ioclock and continue for one for the benefit of the school children and the ladies that will be unable to attend the night show Beginning promptly at 7 oclock in the evening and running continually until 10 oclock the arrangement gives everybody a chance to drop in at any time and sec the sho- wEXHIBITION CORN IS SOLD Mr Lewis R Hampton Sells Corn Which Was Shown at State GrangeI Meeting to Mr Dave Mr Lewis R Hampton secretary of the Winchester Commercial Clul Monday sold time corn which was on exhibition in this city during the meet ing of the State Grange last month The corn including the premium ex hibits were sold to Mr Dave Prewill TRADES HOUSES FOR MOTOR CARl Mr R P Scobee Arranges to Give Five Houses and Lots in Exchange For Auto i l A large real estate deal was closed in the office of the Blue Grass Realty Company Tuesday morning between Messrs R P Scobee and Vic Bloomfield The deal was a trade of five houses and lots by Mr Seobee to It Jackson automobile of Mr Vie Bloomfields The trade was made in a few minutes and both parties were well pleased with time trade Mr Scobee will learn to run the machut- himself and by spring will be able to take his family and friends joy rides HOG SALE IS WELL ATTENDED The hog sale of Robb Reese at the Broadway stock yards was alI tended by a large crowd Tuesday About one hundred and eight hogs were placed on fjale and a large num ber sold lU u telT1t 71h cents pei pound s CONTROL O- FLIEIROAD Passes Into Hands of Louisville and Nashville Company Which Has Ac quired Its Stock 29Arthoritative news tlmtthe Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has acquired all of the 500000 capital stock of the Lexington find Eastern Railway Company itenrlnIl of time 1500000 general mortgage bonds and 310000 deferred debentures thereby assuming according to the announcement mule on Saturday an issue of firs mortgage bonds 800000 which mature during 1911 so that it is expected that with in a reasonably short time the property will be entirely clear of all mort gage obligations a a s Thus New York announcement con firms a story published in the Leader some months ago to the effect that the L E railway had passed un den the control of the L N system although official confirmation could not be secured at the time from the officials of cither company It has been no secret that the railway extension now being construct ed from Jackson Breathitt county to Whitesburg Letcher county near the Virginia line is the work of the L N systm and this was almost conclusive proof that the L E line from Lexington Jackson had already been acquired by the same terests which is now authoritatively YorkIThe L N company lots been a goodcustomer at the Kentucky rail way bargain counter during the last few years laving picked up the Old Midland from Frankfort to Pjljfe the Louisville and Atlantic fro vGr r sailles to BeattilIemdiw f the Lexington and Eastern from Lexington to Jackson all closely interwoven the linesall Central Kentucky and farming a throIlRlnndThe extension of the L Jtlmil way from Jackson to Wlw jurg opens up a tremendous tcrntoW in Eastern Kentucky that has been without railway facilities including the rich coal fields about the county scat of Perry county 40 nil- es from Jackson all ofIhieh country is bound to be tributary to Lcxingift LAND SOLD Mr W II Nelson Tuesday sold to Mrs lathe Ware Bush a small tract lof land near Kiddvillc at a pried of CONDITIONS ARE IMPROVING Deputy Police Matt Madigan and Gang of Prisoners Are Out Early Clearing Crossings Deputy policeman Malt Madigan with a gang of prisoners were out early Tuesday morning cleaning the mud off the crossings on Main street The recent rains caused the mud to collect on the crossing making it vqfryj inconvenient for pedestrians When the work was completed the conditions were much improve- dWILLIAMSPUGH Monday afternoon Judge J II Ev ans performed the marriage ccie mony of Mr Sam Williams of Clark county and Miss Sarah Pughof Hamilton Ohio TOO LUTE TO ClASSIFY FOR SALEA 5room brick cottage withall modern improvements on tocMrs G 1V11est120 East Fairfax TaylormGilkey 14 Georgia street 11293t PUBLIC SALE Saturday at 2 p in at Courthouse door 17 shares JIngan Gas engine stock G L Wainscott 112941- FOR RENT 3 rooms for house keeping Apply 111 South Highland street 1129lt I i i PacfeTwo THE WINCHESTER NEWS HE inNEWS fjt1 U 6 tiA Independent Newspaper r 1 byThe Co v Incorporated SilooIl South Main Street Winchester Kentucky tM- Daily Except Sunday Entered as sfecfandclais matter November 28 1908 at the postoffict m Winchester Kentucky under thr Act of March 3 1879 fttfcWtnHffifi UBSCRIPTIONRATESI By MiI- Dii1one year p 300 SiX Months 150 0M Month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RAtES Dispt yter Inch One time any edition 8 25 Three tiIriesi withinone week 50 One Week continuously 100 One alenjarino continuously 300 Pour weeks 4 times a week 240 Pour week three time sa week 180 Pour weeks two tiJilesa week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body ype7Vfec Puro reading news heading 15p Three continuous insertion of same item at double the onetiine rate ClassifiedPer Word One insertion any edition lo Three insertions continuously 2r Each three additional insertions 1ht One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents t THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISING BY THE J ij GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCfiES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CjlTIES 511fiiESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1910 INCOMPETENT JURIES Governor Hartley of Missouri in ah address at St Louis said that one 1hih1or the judges and onehalf of the lawyers of the country were uu TTecessaay fo the best welfare of the people tffllre Governor could also have said tlthe verdict of many juries were a menace to the public It is no part or our business to champion the side the judges or lawyers and we do Cot doubt flint onethird of the judges and onehalf of the lawyers could be dispensed with without delrimerit to klhe best welfare of the people nut tluhv uc Ircaiest judges and lion est lawyers The greatest menace that we have is incompetent juries Those that from sympathy or other causes turn loose on the community criminals of the worst class The 5mt common means of saving a crim iritirTlom the death penalty is the in sanity dodge The judge may Ue orrupt and the lawyers dishonest but a man can jiotibe pronounced insane except by the verdict of a jury Governor Willson alive to the evil referred tbbris issued a statement whichwe give in part- The escape of the murderer Arthur Miles from the Hopkinsville asylum moves the Governor to make this statement for the protection of the people of Kentucky from dangerous murderers Earlier iii the Gover nors term a powerful negro named Theodore Veebals was tried in the Jefferson Circuit Court for murder ing his wifa very brutal and cruel raurder He played crazy and was sent to the asylum at Lakelandand it was clear to the officers who were experienced in insanity at that insti tution that he was riot insane and lie was therefore sent to the Frankfort penitentiary There Ire played crazy again and finally the officers of the penitentiary were persuaded to send jhim before the Franklin Court and there a jury found him insane and le wits sfcnt to Lexington from which place he escaped and is now at large if danger to every household which he raay be iiear to If lie were not en tirely sane he isa dangerous animal in whose presence nobodys life is StfQalld his escape is entirely due first to the jury sentencing him to WINCHESTER lUMfeffc MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED death and second to a jury sending him to an insane asylumwhere they have no way of confining dangeious murderers This has suggested to acute criminal lawyers a means of getting rid of life sentences for mur derers The next instance of it was War ner who murdered Pulaski Leeds in cold blood in Louisville Mr Leeds whs a very useful anfl valuable man and he was murdered without cause or excuse Ills murderer who was perfecMy SamY succeeded in having himself adjudged lunatic and was sent to Hopkinsville and escapfcd another murderer set free to endan ger people lIe was subsequently recaptured anti brought backat great expense and again sent to the asylum and again escaped Not long since this man Arthur Miles who murdered a young girl Bessie Stith in Louisville was tried and sentenced to death He had boon once in the insane asylum and the Judge conscientiously lint it seem to me most unfortunately gave him a new trial and on that trial he was sentenced to imprisonment for life His relatives wete able to start the insanity machinery in Lyon county and a Lyon county jury has sent him to the insane asylum at Hopkins yule and he has escaped and is at largo mitt the officers are asking tljat a reward be offered for him Just before he escaped he was examined by Dr II P Sights an experienced alienist and certainly more compe tent to judge than jurors who are not doctors or local doctors and he reached th conclusion in his official report that he is a degenerate and is feigning insanity and now this man is at large a degenerate of pow erful physique dangerous to ever unprotected woman and girl through tho complaisance and great mistake of the Lyon county jury A wise one suggests that the reason of Solomons wisdom wits that lie Lad so many wives to tell him what to do If it were not for high living living would not be so high Roosevelt is dead Bryan it dead The Republican party is dead Socialism is dead Prohibition is dead We read alloi some of these announcements in ex changes that come to this office and ifwe remember correctly we read some years ago that the Democratic party was dead We suggest return to the oldtime lotteries They are preferable to the modern skin games It is a good thing to have friends but the less we have need of them the better Fifteen fortunetellers in New York were arrestfed for obtaining money under false pretenses If all the fakirs that obtain money under false pretenses are arrested the jails would have to be enlarged Fortunately none ofuS willever know how soon we are forgotten af ter we are dead We see much in the papers about doing Christmas shopping early This suggestion is on the assumption that you have the money to do llie shopping Profit In Mul6 Raising Ever stop to tlihlk that the average mute sells for ub ut 10 more than tlifc average brse fever think that there Is never any dlfiiciilty In selling a niults wh11t hi market for hnrsiv may be dull Thon iit vii iins wu an overproduction of inulis and thorp does not spehi likely lole hi the future It costs less to rats a mule makerbetMoney In Miites There inny be n liiijrerhij pfejitdTri asalnsf the brtIitmof iiiiml1sItj the fancy irlrexijreyaillnj for well il vei oped spiusiough to wipcoiif that prejudice eS r J ONLY THE SOUNDEST BEAMS should be usedrin any bhilflirig joper ation Any defect in them may mean the collapse of the structure is sure to shorten its life anyway Buy your beams and other lumber here thus making sure there will be nb jjoft or weak spots to spoil an otherwise well built structure THE AUDITORIUM THEATRES MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS Illustrated Songs By R W McMldHAEL 2000 Feet Motion Pictures =Show Runs Continuously From 3 p in to 10 p in Admission 5 Cents BLOOMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIE- TORSNewJewelryStore Now is the time for Christmas shopping Como in and see our line of Christmas presents Wo havI something suitable for each unit cv eryone and our prices are right Remember the early buyer has first choiceWatch and clock repairing Al work guaranteed Chas A Carrithers ll28Sw Jeweler HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN at Eaips studio for Xmas presents 1119 3vkscod YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks 800 tol400 a YearFree Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations for railway mail clerks postoflicc clerk or carrier custom house and depart mental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examinations Thousands of appointments are to be made Common school education is all you need city and country peo ple have eqiial chance Start to pre pare now free information Free scholarships this month Write im mediately to Central Schools Depart ment B421 Rochester N Y Sand cement all building materials ut Rdyse Bonnes 1114St M W OF A HOLD RECEPTION The Modern Woodmen of America held a reception in their rooms in the Fraternity Building Monday night After the regular work was finished a luncheon was served with refreshments INDIOESTIONOSP- HILLIPS SELLS BEST PRESCRIPTIONS ON THE MON EYBACK PLAN Almost everybody knows that sick headache nervousness and dizziness are caused by a disordered stomach Upset stomach and indigestion happen just because the food you cat does not digestbut lies in tire stom ach cud ferments or turns over You can stop fermentJtion and stomach distress in five minutes by using MIONA stomach tablets a prescription that has done more to cure indigestion and put the stomach in fine condition than all the special ists on earth A large 50cent box of MIONA stomach tablets is all you need to get quick nOd lasting relief Phil lips guarantees them Mrs Alice Etson of 93 Dun Road Battle Creek Mich used MIONA and within two months was in as rood health as ever and has a good strong stomach and eats anything she likes She Attributes her good health to MIONA If you have heartburn belching of rontbibplan Sold by Tliillips aiid leading druggists everywhere STBONG POINTS 0 AYRSHIRE CATTLE The Ayrshire while the youngest of the four great dairy breeds occupies a position nrepmlnently unique in that she is the daJry rustler and fiil that position greatly to her credit Her ability to occupy this position re suits first from her origin Springing from tile native white cattle of Scot land she has been improved by judicious dressing Cud careful selection but always compelled to endure the most rigorous exposure and to obtain her food as best she could This ex posure through long generations has developed in the Ayrshire cow the necessary strength of constitution to enable her to take up her abode in tiny climate and under the most ad verse food conditions and still maintain her position as the profitable dai ry cow giving the largest return possible for the food supply The second reason why the Ayrshire cow may well be designated the dairy rustler is her physical formation and mental characteristics She Is of me- dIum size weighing about 1000 pounds at maturity with the perfect dairy conformation of a clean bony head strong jaws broad muzzle large full eyes slim neck strongly attached to head and shoulders fine shoulders at the withers straight back well arched ribs giving abundant room for heart and lungs and a large receptacle for roughage It is perhaps these points that show the marked characteristic of the Ayr shire cow as a dairy rustler She is quick and active in her movements has a large mouth and strong jaws is not at nil dainty in her appetite and eats with a relish whatever is easiest and most quickly obtainedgood grass poor grass or brOwseand her large paunch is soon filled While the Ayrshire has always been kept where the natural rood supply is The Ayrshire breed of dairy cattle Is noted for Its hardiness and abil- Ity to thrive under adverse condi tions limited and where the chief object in keeping her was to receive profit ui the pall above cost of production sho has never until within a few years fallen into the hands of liberal feed enTwhose pride wits to see what was in the Ayrshire cow when fed ton record for milk and butter The otil clal records in dairy tests have proved her ability to respond to liberal feel Today there are a number of records of from 12000 to 15000 pounds of milk in a year and from 500 to 700 pounds of butter in a year The Farmers Ignorance of the lwyerIno one Notes bear so stated Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced An agreement without consid oration of value is void- Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents If a note Is lost or stolen It does not release the maker He must pay it if the consideration for which it was given and the amount can be proved A note obtained by fraud from a person in a state of orItoxication cannot be It is a fraud to conceal a Signatures made with a lead 4 pencil are good in law The acts of one partner bind the rest The maker of an accommoda tion bill or note one for which he had received no consideration haYing lent his name or credit for the benefit of time holder is not bound to the person accommodated but is bound to all Other parties precisely as if there was a good consideration Liberal Feeding Pays It never pays torough stock through the winter The best beef that can be put oil any animal is the baby beet Jt has been thought by many farmers that it is a matter of economy to rough jmimals through the winter and then fit theta with the aid of pasture in the spring This how ever simply serves to set them back payThishogs equally well If there is not enough feed on the place to carry hogs through and fit them quickly theIif prices do not seem to warrant purchase of feed then it Is much ter to market them at once rather than stunt them by short feed in the winter A stunted animal never made anybody timotleytS GraM For the Colt- A fair allowance of grain for the colt measured in oats is as follows Up to one ydif of age two to throe pounds one to twb years of age fur to1 Ovevpbufids tWo to three years of nge seveutb eight JibunfisV I II 1 IIsDr Pierces Favorite Presription and it is the only medicine for womans peculiar ailments sold by druggist toe makers of which feel fully warranted in thus taking the afflicted into their fullconfidence The more known about the composition of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription tIle more confidently will invalid women rely upon it to cure their peculiar weaknesses and de = ranements Theres no secrecy about its make=up no deceptive inducements held out to the afflicted Its simply a good honest square = deal medicine with no alcohol or injurious habit =formin drugs in its compo = sition Made wholly from roots It can do no harm in any condition of womans organism Devised and put up bya physician of vast experience in the treatment ofwomans maladies Its have the indorsement of leading physicians in all sch ifThefor diseases of women and has been so regarded for the past 40 years and more Accept no secret nostrum in place of Favorite Prcscriptiona medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION with a record of 40 years of cures behind it f Its foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested medicInessometImes urged upon The afflicted asClJust as good or better than Favorite Prescription The dishonest dealer sometimes insists that lIe knows what the proffered substitute is made of but you dont end it is decidedly for your interest that you should know what you are taking into your stomach and system ex pecting it to act as a curative To him its only a difference of profit Therefore insist PrescriptionSend only on a free copy of Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages clothbound Vorlds Dispensary Medical Association Proprietors RI V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Yl POPULAR YOUNG COUPlE UNlTfD IN MARRIAGE Miss Ada Hill of Lexington is Mar ried at Christian Church Parsonage to Mr Jas S Garrison Mr Jus S Garrison and Miss Ada Lee Hill both of Lexington came to Winchester at noon Tuesday over the C OHnll wore quietly married al the parsonage of the First Christian church by the Rev IT MaeNeill at 1 oclock Miss Hill is the daughter of and Mrs Dillard Hillwell known turf man of Lexington and Mr Garrison is the son of hnHl1 Mis W R Garrison also of Lexing tonThe bride looked charming in a traveling suit of blue luih a beautiful hat to match The bridegroom is tall and handsome and holds a good po sition with the Lexington Teraldas foreman of time stereotyping depart ment The only ntluiidnnts were city jailer J S Mnllins and wife cousin = of the bride Time happy young couple will spend the night at the BrownProctoria and will go to Lexington over the L E and the ntakc the Queen Crescent Route for a Southern trip They both are very popular and their many friends wish them every happiness Where It Went A Httte boy who was taken to the seaside for first time happened to arrive when the tide was at tho full On getting up the next morning and looking for the sea now far out he cried Why mother its all down its sink gODI Do You Want Beautiful Hair HEM IS YOUR CHANGE FREE SAMPLES TO AM every woman can now have lone bcautlfd andScalphome use This famous combination treat relieveiitchingtint growth of hair It revives dying hair re andpreserves L tour dreams come inn Woodbury Hair Tonic malio tLc Half Grow Wary and Beautiful Woodburys Combination Treatment costs m more than n bottle of ordinary hah tonic yet Woodburys is backed up by almost ialf a century of experience Some people still think a visit to the Institute is necessary PONT MAKE THIS MIS TAKE Woodburys Hair and Scalp Preparations are now sold by nil druggists Send n two cent stamp to The Wocdbury Co 47 West 34th Street New York iiv for sam tllcboo1clct cud spciaIbte athk a aU FlUUt Phillips Drug Store Distributors tom Winchester Ky TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Hcrschede Hall Clock as a timepiece a tubular chime and an article of furniture for home office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement insures correctness of time the solid oak or mahogany case with classic lines conforms to good taste and the melodious tubular chimes sounding the hours and quarters after the peals of Whittington or Westminster serve as a pleasing reminder of ampledioicethe moons phases in the dial arch We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co of this city arid willsend illustratedcat alog on request Gifts by MaiIYou can purchase guts of Diamonds Sterling Silver Sheffield Plate Gold and Silver Jewelry Mantel Clocks Etc throughour Correspondence Department at moderate prices Correspondence solicited Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co Kerachede Building Fourth Street East Cincinnati Ohio Everything 11lSSt e5tngin THE BESTis alone good enough customers have been in business Winchester 1 many years have learned by experience many points in coal trade which make it possible us to serve you better cheaper more satisfactory tItan anybody else JtR1 MARTIN COAL SUPPLY GO ONLY 4c IN STAMiiIlor a sample ol the FINEST FRENCH PERFUME I VIVijtc t once to our A mcrn OCcw Sena Ilust 4c and wawHI trait you a sanies ofthetcutsite extract jfcu cvxr ucd lxUI prxc c kra LrLC bottle- All Dealers PAiMfE ED PifCAJD DEPTM ED PIKAUD YGfflt htsic MILLINERY AT COST in the line at cost fo next 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin 55- Save money5 hyr n Red n m = for our We this in for and the for and bottle delihtlul ELCC KtW Slali coal ilo n ys Jli1- C111t3t t- An iiistir4mmt Policy often Lindl- eabig fire J SSS I THE WINCHESTER NEWSareThree t 11 NEED At VtCALL1NG GAR1S 1 Now is the time to order to get them ready for Christmas Nothing better for a Christmas present j H BOWEN JewelerOptician Anil- p 29S Main St WINCHESTER KY Jd ii SOCIETY At Lexington Opera House One qf the biggest and best musical comedies that has ever been seen in- Lexington will be presented at the Lexington opera house Monday and Tuesday and Tuesday matinee De P cember oth and pith the atmospheric musical play The Girl of My Diosuns The company numbers nearly one hundred people witha special augmented orchestra and two carloads of magnificent scenery mid elrlctswrhe Girl of My Dreams is a clean and amusing musical comedy containing real humor and fur ninshing a great diversity of enter tainment John Hymns and Leila Mclntyre are the bright particular stars of an exceptionally clever cast The Librelta of this musical play is of decided interest There is no lack of comedy which is of the kind that amuses and entertains Combined will the humor isa pretty touch of sentiment and romance The inusii is glorious and is sung in a inanhe that brings out all of its charm brilliancy Orders sent to manager Scott fo j seats will receive prompt attention The sale of seals wit Icpcn Friday December 2nd Orders should rear him before that time A Noted Musician Mr and Mrs Nelson A ITeffncr mind children left Sunday for their former homo at Frankfort where they wil remain for the holidays Mr TTcffnc1 l is a Musical Director of note mC since last July has been pianist at till Auditorium Jn addition to being ar accomplished accompanist his ren dition of classical and brilliant over u res proclaim him a Musical Mastei and predict for him even greater success in his chosen profession As he is arrangerrqtlY 1 g T a great natty acts on the road also playing all the brass instruments hi baud rood as proficient on the pipe organ as lie is on the piano lie has traveled extensively with large theatrical companies as leader of band and or chestra playing nearly every city of prominence in the United States and l list Canadian provinces Many friends here regret the departure of this excellent mostaestimable wife and two lovely chil dren R1tieetingJ held an interesting meeting at the home of Mrs R McKee Scobce Friday after lio011 at 230 oclock After the reg ular business the Daughters heard Avlth pleasure the reports of the State Conference which met in Frankfort some time during October Miss Mary Belle 1icl1 Miller and Mrs Lucien BecUncr in their changing matter gave the report which showed splendid work as completed by the Daughters in Kentucky It was decided that Hart Chapter would fitting ly celebrate Washingtons next birth pcrforma11ClI by the hostess after which the meet ing adjourned until December Married at Lexington- J Shuler and Miss Bettie non went to Lexington Thanksgiving da where they were nuhried The groom is agent for the L N road at Ford mind time bride a popular ladof the same town McPhersonRion William McPhcrson of Whitens Montana and Miss Georgia Dow RIos f Paris were married Thursday at ho residence of the bride The late U w lI known here where she has T uenlly vifoird Miss Mabel Bobbins of Paris visiting Mr and Mrs C C Kobbins or several days Miss Martha Wheeler of Vancy wrg is visiting Miss Marguerite Wheeler on East Broadway- Dr and Mrs Lot Henry and little son Garnett Brown of North MSd dletown visited friends and rela Jives here Mr Jim Bobbins of North Mil lletown spent Monday with Mr clad AErs C G Bobbins Air Leon Wheeler spout Thanl giviiig with his uncle Mi G11icon at Myers Station Miss Macie Talboll of Lexington visited Itor cousin Miss Mittie Lon Salmons from Friday until Mondiy morning Mr Robert Martin of Fort Hamp ton Mont is visiting his brother Mr Henry Martin John C Young of St Louis ir here on business YoH Ratliff was in Bath county this week on a business trip mlnIton is the guest of Mrs A II Hamp time Mrs Chas Nave of Midway viit ed Mrs Amanda Johnson this wp k Miss Fannie Bush spent Thanks giving with her sister in Madison countyMr and Mrs J S Hutsell spair Thanksgiving with friends at Cjn Belle Jackson graduate nurse is with her broths Mr John Ed- monds Mrs French Tipton visited her 0 Who Said Soup Dont that go good for dinner on a cold day We carry the most com plete line of soups in the city FEATURING 11TheCelebrated FrancoAmerican Line All Yartetresc JBoillion Mock Tur le Oxtail Heintz Famous 1 Tomato Soup made from Choice Tomatoes and Pure Cream 109 15 and 25c izes Besides these leaders we carry a complete line of Van Camps Sniders Monsoon Popular Size Soups lOc per can WHEN SOUP HUNGRY PHONE 40 N MacNeill Weathers Both Phones No 40 U i Isita1 yYssr- J Holiday Goods Now Ready All the new things on display Monday for Chri tmas shoppers Do your buying now before the goods are picked over and before the rush t fIct1 SPECIAL PRICES ON Suit Cloaks Furs and Skirts Continue This WeekU We Give S Ii Green Trading Stamps ll dr C UFTJN 8JIR 0 S S v t brother lohn 41 Stuart of Frankfort P week MisS Daily Garrett attended an alumni meeting of Georgetown Col lege this week J Ks Virginia Lewis of Slielby vllle is visiting Misses Alice Pace and Henrietta Gardner Misses Julia and Elizabeth French spent Thanksgiving as the guests of MrsW H TIogc of Frankfort Mrs li A Scobee entertained a number of friends most charmingly Monday afternoon at Miss Beth Mc wan UliortytwoI tcr is visiting her GazettingMrs Lizzie and Mildred are visiting rela tives in Clark county Irvine Herald Mr Robert M Martin ofa Fort Harrison Montana is visitffl his brother Henry N Martin of this city lti sA Thompson and daughter rdItinOutlook Mrs C P Goff and daughter Miss Eliza Evans Goft of Indian Fields visited Mrs Ida Goff of South Maple street this week Mrs Mina Goff und two daugh ters Mary Young and Lucile are vis iting the family of Mrs A Hall at Judylit Sterling Gazette Mrs Mantie Giraddy M last Thursday for Pine Grove JRfisit her daughter Mrs Jake Gay sc littlt son Douglas Gay has been sick for the past week Woodford Sun James George was at Winchester over Sunday visiting his brothers and sister in that city Yea1e grieved to iP1ischester came Saturday for a visit to Mrs Sue Talbott Mrs Bush will re main for awhile Tier friends are imIHoingCynthianfl family will leave Macon Ga Deem her 1st for Mobile Ala where he has accepted a call as Moderator for a church in that city Mr John Walden is no lietiter Mrs Robert II arris is somewhat better Mrs John A Jones has recovered from an attack of acute indigestion Mr and Mrs Tom Jones have re restoPjping Mr and Mrs Chtfrles Sewell anti children have returned to their home in Jackson after a visit here Mr and Mrs Lewis Hunter Son Mrs Spanner and Miss Alma Spanner of Graham Ya arc visiting Mr and Mrs Hubert HUnter WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE FEE ING CORN TO CATTLE Methods Pursued by a Successful Ohio Stock Raiser In this section of the country time feeding of cattle has become quite a t lcral Business during the past ten f writes an experienced Ohio er in the New England nome feedingfarmersour cattle and as a rule we have only enough cattle to consume the feed we raise The general method is to purchase stock cattle during the fall and tel These cattle are carried through until grass time grazed and finished on corn the following fall The feed for the stock cattle consists mostly of fodder and hay If young cattle are Liven plenty of rough feed they will generally go through the winter inInice shape However like to some corn to young steers in the spring as they will be in better con dition to go on grass Another advan tage I have found in feeding corn to young cattle is that young hogs cnn be carried through the spring in much better shape As a rule most of our cattle are fed during the fall and early winter Hogs or cattie will frftten on less feed during moderate temperatures as it takes a certain amount of feed to keep up the animal heat As to time kinds of feed used corn is king with us In starting cattle to fatten I generally give some corn on grass as early as the 1st of September or as soon as the new corn commences to harden This is done by going In the corn and cutting as much as Is needed say one two or three stalks for each steer for a feed This amount can be increased gradually as the cat tle become accustomed to time new corn until they are on full feed Shock corn is fed once a day and husked corn once a day The advantage of feeding husked corn is in sav ing the fodder or rough feed and the cattle also will eat time husked corm somewhat better Those farmers who have clover hay or alfalfa have n great advantage ingjyiug these with the cornS jThe feeding period lasts from 90 to 120 lays and sometimes longer but this Is about the average period of- feeding a r Treatment For CraclbdHeelsl For cracked heela off the hair cleanse parts and poultice with warm flaxseed meal for a week Smear some vaseline on the surface of poultice to keep it from sticking Aft er discontinuing the poultices wash the parts again and dry them thor oughly then apply twice daily an ointment composed of two parts flow ers of sulphur one part ichthyol and one part calomel to eight parts lard or lanolin 3 S Dairy Wisdom x It Is not always the cow that gives the largest amount of milk thit is making the most money for you Test her and be certain The care given the heifer calves during their first year much to do with their fu Ihns usefulness Keep them and growing and give enough clover or alfalfa hay to develop a capacity for handling x food 1 Fresh air has an actual money 4 value to the dairy farmer Without fresh air the cow Y not digest as much food cnnIo without plenty of food she V not make so much nor as o milk 1 Save enough straw to give your cows good comfortable bells during the winter Sell J ins straw is saving at the and leaking at the bung wire tins ruined many a I Ispigotdairy cow It doesnt take s losses to fen- ceFORMALITIES pay for the price ARE COMPLETED For Election of New Parliament Whcih Will Assemble on January 31 1911 LONDON Nov 2Dvlth the dis solution of Parliament Monday all formalities to the election of a new Parliament were completed The proclamation of dissolution summon ed the new Parliament to assemble on January 3l 1911 Among the first of its membersio be elected unopposed will be Arthur Oe3k C ugh about Pee oralIlhetcysFTckeitl ea lake il says Lowe ii J JJalJifur the onpositioiujeador the Liberals having decided not to contest his seat for the city of London On the stock exchanges where regular dealings have been instituted in bets on the election feeling seemed to anticipate a reduction in time Lib majority ia Ireland the struggle is grow tldlconstituency ws held in Belfast Mon day at which a resolution was adopted on motion of a Presbyterian minister to draw up a solemn diction re fusing to pay rates or taxes imposed by a Dublin parliament or obey its decrees while 30000 was subscribed on the spot to organize the Ulster men into regiments and purchase arms At night a monster unionist demon stration was held at Ulster Hall Bel fast an overflow meeting of 20000 people was hold in the open air Both aroused the great enthusiasm Lord Londonderry declared that A cough just a little cough it may Ret amountto much Or it hay ainbiraf td everything Some keep coughing until tlie lung tissues are seriously injured Others stop their cough with Ayers Cherry Pec toral Sold for seventy years How long have you known it American JplJars enabled Jojni iiji mond to hold Asquith in the holjpw of his hand If a home rule Parlia ment were established he said it might be found that Ulster would nC = tcrly decline obedience to the law1 Sir Edward Carson formerly Solid itor General conservative Member of Parliament for Dublin University1 ar sai dtlicy never would consent to their country being sold for American d tars Walter Hume Long unionist mend bcr of Parliament for the Strand spoke in the same strain and oilier speakers advocated stern resisf1 ieto the law if home rule nvas forded upon Ulster The first independent woman stiff rage candidate is annomlcedVin tjie person df a prominent advocate Wjl Ham Mirriloos who wil contest a di vision of Glasgow The socailist pai liielatedangering John Burns chances a XMAS SUGGESTIONSCommence lastIn10I meat We offer a few suggestions for Xmas remembrances Box Holeproof HosieryT5Silk Hosep 50 to 150t Gloves 150 to 60O tI r Iir- d Mufflers 50 to 250 Manhattan Shirts 150 to 350 Bed Room Slippersr 100 to 2SH Hats 350 to 500 Princess Shoes 200 to 500 Princeton Shoesz50to 500 Stacy Adams Shoes 550 to 600 Moose hiucrSliqes 700 to 900 Bridge Whist c iitfir igiven away at our sto- reMcCORD PHILLIPS Qpp Court HousesWINCHESTER sKY r Gold Stamps Given Away We are giving Gold Stamps for each and every article you will buy at our store dur ing our Novel11bc17and December Sale and we are offering our stock of Clothing and Shoes to sell at reduced prices Now is a goodchance for you to get your Gold Stamp Premium A few of Best Bargains Selz 300 Shoes nGw250Selz 5OO Shoes now 350 Crawford 350 Shoes now 300 Ladies and Misses and Childrens Shoes at cost Bali Band 1st Quality Overshoes and Felt Boots are our leaders We guar antee all our goods to give S ou perfect sat isfaction We will convince you by giving us a c- allHarris Friedman llrain Street Winchester Ky 4 i tJ y f g Pane Four i THEWINCHESTERN WSr 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 I can be seen in our storeIAll displayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of allsorts Bicycles Cameras tSJ Skates Steropticors Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington CDCallowayCo Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street Lexington KyI tf Citizens National Bank I Paid up Capital Jl00000 Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly x and Irefully to al business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier 4 T F Phillips V Pres J VI Poynter Asst Cashier we L v AT The J W vants all the Hides and Furs the He is so that he is able to pay more than any other dealer in the city in your Furs and Hides and the cash rTHE J W ELKIN ills Jimie Alopin and daughter entertained Mrs Jack George Mrs Prof Winburn Mrs Ernest Lisle Mrs J K Lisle and t arec daughters Airie Lula Annie Let and her daughter1 Mrs Sarah iVaTler They hadn delightful time Mr Clay Hodgkin entertained Mr Walk Hampton and his friend of Winchester They had fit delightful time hunting Mr Howard Hillof Winchester Vas the guest of his brother J W ltil1 from until pleasantgudhester Saturday Mr audi Mrs Torn of r rf Give Us All Your Laun dry Monday and Tuesday as want to Eat Tur key Thursday Winchester Laundry Co WANTED Bridge Junk Shop HIDES AND FUSS Hisle comnniiiiity situated Bring BRIDGE JUNK SHOPI HISLE Beatrice Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Wednesday Monday Brumficld Madison were the pleasant guests of her sister Air and Mrs Ernest Lisle Saturday and Sunday Air and Mrs John Thompson of Union City were the guests of her sister Airs Ernest Lisle from Fri day until Monday Guss Alorguson is very dangerous r ly ill with typhoid fever and con sumption Claiborne Lisle sold two fat Henry Alorguson is very ill wit typhoid fever Mrs Worth Kratzy was in Win i hester Monday on business Look for the edible table at the Kings Daughters bazaar Friday 1129lt CLARK COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE NO1 137 acres Cy2 miles south of WinchesterNO acres 7 miles south of WinchesterNO 86iacres GI miles south of Winchester Each of these farms are on good imprQyeI J B MARTIN R R No7 Winches ter Kentucky Phone 490Y 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 lo order Let us fill your wants for all your coal purposes Our teams go to every point in the city and suburbs Watch for out name on the wagons Let it be n reminder that here is the best pine to buy coal BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 Pure silk loose this week only 4f cents Ideal Xmas present McCord Phillips Winchester Opera HOUS- EThursday Dec 1 f 1910 As Told In The Hills W F MANN Presents A PLAY AFFORD MISS Mabel Owen AS THE INDIAN GIRL PAMNENA BY FAR THE BEST DRAMATIC PRODUCTION OF TODAY NEWSpecialties NEWCostumes earWATCH FORT INDIANS PRICES 25 35and50c Seats on sale at Strodes Drug Store- PROSECUTION OF SUGAR TRUST Petition Alleges an Illegal Combina tion in Restraint of Trade and Asks Relief NEW YORK Nov 29The Feder al Government Monday began one of its most important actions against great corporations which are said to have violated the Sherman antitrust law Henry A Wise United States District Attorney filed in the United States District Court for the Southern district of New York a pe tition asking for the dissolution of the American Sugar Refining Company and 29 other corporations which compose the socalled sugar trust The petition charges an illegal combination in restraint of trade and asks from the court relief in what inclttdhable The 30 companies composing the sugar combine have an aggregate capitalization of 23000000 and control a large percentage of the out put of sugar in this country The combine is able the Government al leges to fix prices arbitrarily cijro Points fo- rMothers The use of soothing sirups Is much more general than is supposed Ignorant mothers are the worst offend ers especially those who must go out to work and who resort to these dead ening drugs to quiet the children dur ing their long absences While it Is pitiful enough to bear the wails of a neglected child it is even more pitiful to see the stupefied child sleeping off a drug debauch provided by its own children of the rich often suffer through th practices of their nurses who wish to secure exemption from their care and so put them into an unnatural sleep Once found out inIstant discharge should follow without a recommendation contemptibleInthan rnaklugdrug Inebriates of little children It is simply a process of slow poisoning which at the same time establishes a habit affects the mentality and injures the baby A child brought up on soothing sumps Is dull and lethargic Many a mother who complains her child doesnt get on in school is herself responsible in that she fed him on these compounds to keep him quiet while she worked a dear bought freedom Under the food and drug act the United States courts are making it evident that a label ac curately stating the contents of a medicine does not imply liberty to advertise it as not injurious and recommend it as remedy for ills it cannot cure A man recently was fined 100 far selling a toothing sirup contain ing morphine and chloroform though the label indicated these drugs and the amount Dr Wiley declared the stuff mislabeled because the label declared no bad effects would follow its use and that it was sure remedy for all ailments incident to babies from one day old to two or three years The federal court sustained the chemist and the proprietor will have to his sure cure off the market or takeI tinue to pay fines It will not hurt the baby as much to cry as it will to dose it with soothing sirups Crying Is lung ex ercise Opium is deadening and deadly Mothers Value This happened tram ago but It is worth repeating In a certain home was the overindulgent mother of three daughters You can just imagine what the weeks washing was with dresses for nil of those girls each with three or four petticoats besides many other articles This mother did the washing Ironing cooking baking and about everything imaginable and the dough ters well they were cultured and did not do very much fir anything except eat the good meuls and wear the clean clothes One day the father called the mother aside The two had a long talk and he ndmjttod he was not able to hire a domestic The next day the usual complaint was made by the girls about the poor dinner and the mother quietly got up went to her room dressed and came downstairs She carried a heavy suit case and stopped long enough to tell the ebB dren that she hoped they would have a better meal the next day Their father took her to the station and she was away from home one month Every one of those girls learned to cook bake scrub and look after the house although they admitted that for a week they lived on bakers bread lemonade quince preserves and either salmon or sardines It was a hard les son for them to learn but they knew the value of their mother Posturesvof Children In a recent lecture to mothers and teachers on incorrect postures of chll dren the speaker spoke of inturning feet and the means of correcting them But turned toes and feet she said are motbIerconsists in developing the outer rnus cles by proper exercise Of the physical training of the child from birth tbe lecturer said that excessive crying bging accepted as harmful the average mother therefore as andIreasoning The natural crying of a baby is reallyixa means of develop ment as by crying the lungs are ex panded and the relations between cir culatlbn and respiration are thus tablished and strengthened For Babys Comfort The babes basket and the bassinet rl things a y lung matlifrr t9 have of the daintiest Ibenew basket with moraWe parts on the order of drawers is title of the most convenient sty IpsfcVjifc plate warmer with metal botton m jwrcelain top is uses ful for kcennjrfm babys dinner hot Other convehlejnt accessories of a babjs outfit are tiny clothes racks wand trees ribbon covered coat bang ers miniature wnsjistand sets and swinging hammocks foromdoor naps r I q 1- 5XMas MARTS CHICAGO Nov 28 WHEAT Wheat closed the week in the dumps The fight to establish higher prices even with the help of such bull news as Argentine cables supplied proved a failure because news from there was improved in the end Speculat ive trade was influenced beasier cash wheat prices both northwest andsouthwest and by continued stag tionItthe way of crop accident tochange the bearishness of commercial wheat situation CORNWith seasonable weather receivers expect a big run of com this week Eastern demand is pn important and the country is consign ing corn freely How much of a dem onstration certain leaders who were supporting the market last week will make none can state but the overa bundance of ear nand probability of heavy marketing will make a great load for the cash andspeculative trade to carry OATSWe look for similar action in corn and oats if there is to be a big forward movement from shipping States PROVISIONS Gelt says 30000 hogs are on the market against 32 000 last year Packers seem anx valIlas prem him which has been over January has paid them to wait causing hand to month trade ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Nov 2SCattle Receipts 32000 steady beeves 4507 740 Texas steers 425540 western steers 425660 stock ers and feeders 330560 cows and heifers 220GJi30 calves 725 925 Hogs Receipts 35000 steady G30715 Sheep Re ceipts 40000 steady native 225 42p western 275425 yearlings 420525 native Iambs 425 GOO western 425050 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 Sewer pipe of all sizes at reasonable prices Royse Boone 11143t fapeIFriday Aprons painted china etc 1120lt IWHEN DAD WAS ABSENT INDIANAPOLIS Ind Nov 29 Mary Brown aged IT daughter of Hilton U Bror vn general manager of an Indianapolis newspaper and George 0 Stewart 21 were married last week at the formers home here Air and Mrs Brown were in Virgin it when the ceremony wa performed The bride sins a senior jh the Short ridge High School here f Pure silk hose this week only 49 cents Ideal Xmas present McCoy Phillips FOR ME PRIVATELY Seven Berkshire boars ready for service and three gilts J C McClure KyILook for the edible table at the Kings Daughters bazaarFriday11291t Classified Adve1t sementsIIc a word for a sing msertlce 2c a word for three consecutive In sertionsIc a word for each additional sertion lOc a word per month 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 BuIIIdtoe Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In STROTHERSI OLD RELIABLE- Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldg Phone i8r FOR RENT24 Oliver street 3 rooms and hall first floor Good cistern gas all outhouses Apply to C P Morgan or H D Colerane ll2S3t LOSTBunchof keys Return to C C Robbins News office 1126Gt TAKEN UPWhitesow slit in right ear weight about 250 pounds Owner can have Ifer by proving property and paying cost and carnage J S Boone miles from Winchester on Lexington pike 412G3t WANTEDTo rent a 5or 6room house centrally located Apply to Robbi s office ll2G3t LOSTAn Isabella Fox muff within the last week Finder return to Robbins News office ll2G3t i LOSTRing Return to H E Fitch News office and receive reward FOR SALEHarness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col lars etc E A Lowry No7 E Broadway 1123lmo FOR RENTThree upstairs for light housekeeping roomsI water 19 Buckner street B Locknane 1123tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a spec ialty Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark B Tan ner manager postoffice box 454 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123tf FOR SALE Bronze turkey gobblers 3 each Apply to Mrs R B Fox route ll223teod FOR SALE Pure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tenn phone 33211171mo FOR RENT75 acres good corn land now in plover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton at Ectons grocery 1010tf TUNGSTEN LAMPS The Winchester Railway Light Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current hate arranged with 1us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost forthe present 150 watts lamp 170 100 watt lamp 7 120 60 watt lamp 9 40 watt lamp 25 watt lamp anumIbelble 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 Rollei Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl floui has no eauaL When you buy goal from us you have no in 5 ft 1118ILS AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont tie lay Christmas will be here before you realize it n193wkseod DLt1AMnoNl trodden CwbUr SDCOFF R pats YlceFresldcflt JUrt Cubist Clark County National Bank Established IUS Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made onAII Points Capital and Surplus 35000000 IFARM WANTED I7p to 100 acres well improved and jod pike not more than 6 or 7 muck from Winchester TRACY STOKELY 11 1tf PENDLETON RUSH I BUSH Attorney at law 5tk Thor McEldowney Bnildinf Winchester KytLEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law ffice 5th Floor McEldowney Buildii Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON = Attorney at lei id S Main St Winchester Ky V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE Phone 145 ISHORTHAND j Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J Lary 234 S Highland street Rome phone 737tDRINK rniMore Than Wet Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days before the penalty is added Come ind avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Sheriff JIr 1015tf Now is the tins to buy Red Star coal for winter months Royse Boone ll143b NOTICE busIItire stock of goods including a gen eral line of groceries dry goods nor boas etc uillalso lease the build lug previously occupied by him at Becknerville MRS S E YOUNG l1il12t THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for IH durability and good work Will jia pleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sets either for cash or monthly payment C C ROBBINS News office