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Ii yrsVOLUME 5 NO 38 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEKI us KILLED BY bHlS YOUNG SON Former Patient at Insane Asylum Was Affected With Dangerous Malady at Butchering Time STAUNTON Va Nov 30With a full discharge of shot having pass ed through his brain Jacob Nichols aged 40 a furloughed patient of the Western State Insane Asylum died 18 hours after the shot was inflicted by his son Clyde aged 18 in a scuf r fle of the gun iThe elder Nichols was always af fected with a dangerosu blood lust after butchering time He had just finished butchering a beef and had returned from Harrisonburg where he went to sell the beef lIe brought home a jug of whisky and on his arrival home became violent beat his wife and threatened to kill the whole family it is claimed Clyde was endeavoring to conceal the firearms about the house to avoid a possible tragedy when the father grabbed the gun and in the tussel following it was discharged FORTUNEi TO SWEETHEART Young Woman Who is the Sole Sup port of Her Aged Mother is Bene ficiary in Wil- lPITTSBURG Nov 30Mary Le pchu glove buyer in a department store here and the sole support of her aged mother is given an annuity of 1000 and the dividends from 50 shares of valuable stock by the terms of the will of time late Frederic Gwinner Jran Allegheny million aire contractor which was made public Monday Gwinner died only a short time be fore he was to have married Miss Leech mtoom he had courted for years They were engaged for sev eral years before his death which occurred on April 27 In the year preceding his death the couple were in each others company at theatre parties formal dinners and other social functions The date forth wedding was set for last spring Just a few days before his death Mr Gwinner took Miss Leech to a theater He was attacked by pneu monia upon his return and the disease quickly lulled him WOUND D OFfiCER KILLS ASSAILANT Dead Man Was About 26 Years of geHad 182 in His Packets PHILADELPHIA Nov 30Dur ing a pistol duel Monday night Policeman Bornett was shot in the spine and died later in University Hospital As he fell he shot and killed an uni dentified man supposed to be a bur glar Bornett who was in plain clothes had been sent to watch a locality where a number of burglar ies had been committed recently TIWI men aroused his suspicions and he followed them They separated and he followed one who had entered an alley When he questioned the man the latter be ganshooting and the fatal pistol duel followed ycarstjdGEORGE F WARD V DIES IN NEW YORK Was Nephew of William H Seward Secretary of State Under President Lincoln i NEW YORK Nov 30George F Seward iVesident of the Fidelity ana Casualty Company and mem bcr of a family whiph distinguished itself early in American history died of heart disease Monday at his home 136 West Seventythird street He was in his 71st veari Mr Steward who was born in Florida N Y was a nephew of WilI eJuuder THE WINCHESTER NEWS grandfather was a Colonel of Amer ican troops in the Revolutionary War After finishing his education in Seward Academy an institution founded by his family in his native town he went to Union College and when little more than 21 years old was attracted to the diplomatic service being assinged to Shanghai as United States Consul A few years later he became Consul General to China and then Min ister Plenipotentiary From France and Denmark he received decorations Mr Sftward was President of the North Carolina branch of the Royal Asiatic Society for tnvo years He was President of the irginia Elec trolytic ompany Director in the Virgin Laboratory Company Tin Products Company and the Sodium Process Company a member of the American Geographical Society the Society of Political and Social Sci ence and Institute of Civics the Municipal League for Civic Reform the Philippine Progress Commission the Lawyers Club and was Chairman of the Executive Committee of time Chamber of Commerce NARRUW SCAPE FROM INJURY Carl Eden a Student of Transylvania is Thrownto the Floor By Force of Explosion LEXINGTON Ky Nov 30Carl Eden a student at Transylvania narrowly escaped probable fatal injury as a result of a peculiar explosion of a gasoline pressing iron whichoc curred in his room on the third floor of Craig Hall about 8 oclock Monday morning Edens room was badly demolished by the force of the explosion the ceiling being forced upward and the entire side of one wall sepa rating the room from a hall was blown out A part of the iron which was blown through a window barely missed Edens face and as it was one side of his head was severely burned Luckily no fire followed the explosion and in a short while things were clear cdup so that no inconvenience will be suffered as a result of the acci dentEden who is a Texan isa student in the Art Department at Transyl vania and rooms with Sam Butler also from Texas Time boys hada gasoline pressing iron or in other words one that would hat itself gasoline being used in the process The iron was thoughtlessly put on the floor Monday near a stove in which there was a fire Suddenly the iron became too hot and exploded The window was smashed a part of the wall blown out and the ceiling literally raised from its moorings Eden who was the only one in the room at the time was knocked down by the force of the explosion Hearing the terrific noise students hurried to the all of Eden and found him all right Although one side of the room was badly damaged the other side seemednot even to have been jarred A force of men will be put at work immediately repairing time damage RESPECTS TO- UNCLE JOE SpeakerToBe Champ Clark Has Private Confab With Speaker Can non in Latters Office WASHINGTON Nov WSpcak er Cannon and Speakertobe Clark hada quiet little confab Monday in the formers otlice and exchanged congratulations best wishes and regrets Rleflrejetttative DrclzellIfilHl Repre sentative Martin B Madden of Chi cmgo both of whom had narrow es capes from defeat were present when the outgoing andthe incoming Speakers shook hands There was much goodnatured jollying and when Mr Clark left the Speakers room Mr Cannon remarked that their talk hadr cordialWe our fight out in the campaign and no personal feeling rc TheyIinevitable I always believe in bowing to the wil lof the majority Oh I just went up to pay my respects to Uncle Joe said Mr Clark I paid them several times during the recentcampaign but1 thoflghVlIi 1personbtoday f c H MARSHALLI 1LAMBASTED Members of Indianapolis Methodist Ministers Association Charges That He is in Alliance With Brewers INDIANAPOLIS Intl Nov 30 Governor Thomas R Marshall was lambasted Monday by members of the Indianapolis Methodist Ministers hasIan time brewers and saloon keepers The attack was led by Rev DeWtrius Tillotson of La fayette Governor Marshall has aroused the clergy by declaring that religion has no place in politics and that he has nt a great deal of use for ministers who attempt to dictate to the Legislature what shall be done in the way of reform legislation He stirred them further by declaring that there is not enough good oldfashioned religious spirit in the present con duct ofchurches Rev Tillotson I Image a saidIernor expected c icism would draw the applause ofa certain type of evangelistic brethren in the church but as far as I know the only applause it has drawn is from his friends the brewers arid saloon keepers Governor Marshall made no reply to the charges Tuesday night he and Mrs Marshall left for Frankfort Ky where they will attend the con StatIdress Friday night at the banquet of the Indiana Cub in New York STRICT ORDERS TO OfFICIALS If Any One is Guilty of Negligence in Inspection of Building He Will Be Prosecuted NEWARK N J Nov 30Tf I find any city or State official guilty of negligence in the inspection of this building said County Prosecutor Mott Monday as he stood by the ruins of the factory in which 24 girl lost their lives iby fire last Saturday there will be the bitterest sort of prosecution I do not mean to imply he added that I have before me any evidence of criminal negligence but I do mean that the investigation shall be in ear nest fview is that it ought to take the form of some sort of pub lic hearing and T think a Coroner jury will be the most effective in strumentAccordingly a Coroners jury was sworn in the fast of its kind that has sat here in 20 years County physicians ordinarily perform such tasks There will also be separate inquiries by the grand jury the Stag Labor department and the City Building department The destroyed building was the property of Miss Barbara Glass who has issued a statement declaring that the struc ture was adequately equipped with fire escapes Funerals of many of the victims were held Monday Mmny Rif the girls and women killed were supporting their families in whole or in part and there is much actual want A fund for their relief reached 2000 General Lewis T Bryant State Commissioner of Labor Monday male an investigation which showed that the owners conformed to all the fire regulations imposed on them by the state GOOD CROWDS ATTEND REVIVAL SERVICES Dr J W Porter Preaches Powerful Sermon on Doctrine of Election as Baptists Believe it The revival services at the First Baptist church continue with increased muterest Fine congregations heard Dr Porter Tuesday moaning and night Time sermon 5sySsda morning on t The Doetrmue t IJ ec tion was pronpunjj evl byhosejbo heard it as the mostbpowerful sermon ever heard in this city on that topic It was a clear J statement of the doctrine as Baptists believe it The sermon Tuesday night on the Prodigal Son was heard by a fine congregation The interest was good and the sermon made a lasting impression upon those who heard it Dr Porter will speak at the Wes leyan College Thursday morning at abgaintThe meeting will probably close with this week Everybody invitedto at tend these servic- esAPPROPRIATIONS FOR V1ATERVAYS For Fiscal year ending June 30 1912 will Aggregate 30ti95658 acccrdinp to Estimates WASHINGTON D C November 30 Appropriations needed for river and harbor work for the fiscal year ending June 30 1912 aggregate 30 09o09S according to estimates mallB public Monday by Secretary of War Dickinson in the form ofa report made to him by Brigadier General W II Bixby Chief of Engineers of the United States army These figures will be sent to Congress by Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh and legislation in accordance therewith will be recommended by President Taft in his annual message The es timates are divided as follows Under continuing contracts 358077 iIRivers and harbors general eluding eluding Mississippi River Comimssion raid examinations surveys and contingencies 22627301 Under California Debris Commis sion expenses 15000 Prevention of deposits in New York Harbor 85260 Many pet projects calling for the expenditure of large sums been omitted from the estimates this year Among these are the fourteenfoot channel from Chicago to the Illinois River deep channel for the Missouri River from St Louis to Kansas City and from Kansas City miortlias their champions members of both Houses of Con9nss who i4rrl rtrcnnoi ly that these projects be not forgot ten ANOTHER VICTORY FOR BINGHAM SCHOOL Asheville N C Nov 24 1910 IIfastsoutI1fromham had Mooney outclassed in speed and in team work from start to finish ABLE SPEECH Hi WOODROW WIl50N Is Feature of Opening Day of Third Annual Conference of Governors in Session at Frankfort FRANKFORT Ky Nov 30Tim Kentuckys new Capitol one of the most magnificent State houses hi the United States the Third Annual Con ference of Governors convened Tuesday and the executives were received by the people of Frankfort and Ken tucky with open arms of welcome It was a day of history making for Kentucky for as Mayor James H Polsgrove said in his speech of wel come in behalf of the people of Prank fort the city had long been used to one Governor and sometimes two but never before in its history had it been overwhelmed by such an array of distinguished chief executives of the States ofthe Union There were Governors here from every section of the United States From the far East and the Golden West from the land of flowers and the country o fthe shows camerepre sentatives of the Statesfo attend this Governors Conference The feature of the opcning day of the conference was time ableand scholarly address of Governorelect Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey The New Nationalism of Theo dore Roosevelt was attacked indi rectly and in a most scholarly man ner by Governorelect Woodrow Wil son of New Jersey in his first public utterance since by beiin a elected Goy ernor he becameirf presidential pos sibilit To put Federal law back of the great corporations would have been to give them the right to dominate and override local conditions to equip them with the i njest3y and su r j Jh premacy of the law which created and regulated them and to level the variety of communities before them he declared We believe in the exercise of time Federal powers to the utmost extent wherever it is necessary that they should be brought into action for the common benefit lint we do not believe the invention of Federal powers either necessary or desirable BELM ONT TAiES- WIJNfSS STAND Testifies Concerning the Charge That a 500000 Corruption Fund Was Raised to Combat Law NEW YORK Nov 30August Belmcnt millionaire horse owner and chairman ofthe Jockey Club and the Westchestcr Racing Association took the witness stand Tuesday and told the legislative investigating commit tee that he had been persecuted And I want to say he added with emphasis that the racing commis sions and the jockey club thebrace track bills fairly Mr Belmont is the only one ofa trio of prominent men identified with racing whom the committee has been able to get on the witness stand tt testify concerning the charge that 500000 corruption fund was raised by the racing interests to combat the HartAgnew law prohibiting betting on horse races which passed tit Legislature in 1908 Keene and Whitney Abroad Subpoenas for Mr Belmont James R Keene and Mary Payne Whitnoj have been out for weeks all having been mentioned as present at a conference at which time alleged fund wa subscribed Service has not yet beer obtained on Keene and Whitney anu their secretaries both calleda witncsscs Tuesday testified that Keene and Whitney were in Europe The Jockey Club Mr Belmont explained Tuesday is a close corpora tion of fifty members brought intc being some 10 years ago by men in terested in the turf He was asked by what authority the Jockey Club had assessed 570C on the Coney Island Jockey Club lit replied that the money had not beer paid as the result of an assessment but was contributed informally HALEI Is Qnphatic in His Declaration Thai There Will Be No Tariff Legisla tion in the Coming Session WASHINGTON Nov 30 Senatoi Eugene Hale of Maine Republican leader of the Senate by virtue of his position as chairman of the party cat cus and of the Senate Committee or Appropriations foresees little of accomplishment in the coming short session of Congress Beyond the srge of the usual appropriation bill ard possibly ofan apt rtionmen measure and one providing on ocear mail bounty he believes no import ant business will be transacted The Democratic party he said Tuesday has captured the House of Representatives by a great ma iorily and has almost captured tlu Senate With the country apparently behind them that party will I have no doubt insist upon taking its nat nral responsibilities Shouldan expiring Congress it its last days undertake by any deatl bed action to rob the victorious party of its natural inheritance it wil be resisted to the utmost amid nothing will follow but a protracted strng gle which trill shut out certain im pcrtant measures which otherwise perhaps carry in both houses Mr Hale was emphatic in his dec laration that thare would be no tariff legislation in the coming session He went so far i to express the conviction that while the President may suggest a general program he will not try to force it on Congress Mr Hale made it clear that he was not speaking for the President ATTENTION Come early and avoid the rush by cretting your Xmas present from the Kings Daughters who yill hold their annual Bazaar at thetore room formerly occupied by the Wagner Piano Company il302t f RIOTOUS SCENES IN COLCHESTER Winston Spencer Churchill Home Secretary is AttackedThousands Gather Jeering and Shouting COLCHESTER England Nov 30 Riotous scenes attended time ap pcarance here Tuesday of Winston Spencer Churchill Home Secretary Thousands congregated in the streets jeering and shouting Many of them gathered around Churchills carriage at which they threw eggs and other missiles Many windows in the Liberal headquarters were smashed POLITICIANS FIGHTING HARD iLONDON England Nov 30Time politicians of all parties are strain ing every nerve to crowd into a foIdays the work which in ordinary elections is spread over weeks or months Nearly all the heavy guns were in action Tuesday night Arthur J Balfour leader of the opposition before beginning meet ing in Albert Hall where he warmly supported the referendum described the Government as puppets dancing to the tune of John Rcdmoud and his American paymasters The Prime Minister Mr Asquith spoke at Reading Chancellor Lloyd George at Cardiff John E Redmond Dublin11instonChester Augustus Birrcll chief of Secretary for Ireland at Bristol John Burns President of the local Government Board at Battersca and Austin Chamberlain at Ashton dailyThemenace of home rule They proclaim that the plan of the Liberals for the reform of the House of Lords means puttoreferendum There is great favor among the Liberals a feature being the sudden reforming zeal on the part of the Lords who claim that Lansdownes referendum scheme is i snare be cause the parties would be unequally yoked together under it SMALL FOUNTAIN INSTALLED Mr G L Wainscott Wednesday morning installed his small soda fountain in the store of ucNeill ir Weathers for the purpose of serving Roxa Kola Mr Wainscott is considering a proposition of install ing several fountains in stores dowj town At these fountains all drink will he served and the only kola pro duct sold in them will be Roxa Kolr TRIAL POSTPONED AttorneybejugWednesday morning the trial of John againbeentrial will be held has not yet bee determined LADIES dont fail to see the beautiful fancy articles canrJand all kinds of handwork Everything suitable for Xmas present at the Kings Daugh ters Bazaar 11302t MEMORIAL SfRVIGfS Time Elks Memorial services wil be held in the lodge rooms Sunday foIClARK COUNT- YCIRCUITCOURT Will Convene MondayVery Few Cases Have Been Filed and Crim inal Docket is Light IJudge J M Benton and Hon B A left for Stanton Wednesday morning where a few more days of the present term of the Powell Circuit Court remain The December term of the Clark Circuit Court will begin here Mon day Very few cases were filed for this term and it is probable a num ber of the old ones will be taken up antlSdisposed of The criminal dockI r i t WEATHER Fair and Continued Cold Tonight et is light also There are only a few in jail now awaiting trial ATTENTION Come early and avoid the rush by getting your Xmas presents from time Kings Daughters who will mold thou annual Bazaar at the store room formerly occupied by time Wagner Piano Company 11302t LARGE CROWDS ATTEND SALES Bidding at Sale of Mr John Frazier is Slow But Farm implements Brought Good Prices The land and stock sale of Mr John Frazier was attended by a good crowd Tuesday The bidding on the land was slow and it was finally tak down A lot of stock farm imple ments etc were sold and brought fair prices A lark crowd left the city Wednesday morning to attend the stock sale of Mr Allen Osbbrne on the Ruckerviile pike LAST DAY FOR- t PA VI TAXIS Deputy Sheriff R S Scobee is Busy All Day Taking in Money and Giv ing Out Receipts The Sheriffs office was the busiest place in the city Wednesday it being the last day for paying coun ty taxes The office was opened ear ly and Mr R S Scobcc deputy shejr iff was busy the entire lily taking in money and giving out receipts After Wednesday upon all time taxes that are not paid a penalty will be added HOUSE AND LOT SOLD Tuesday afternoon J G ViviOn sold to J M Combs a house and lot in Kiddville for 750 REPORT OF ROAD- SUPERVISOR IIGGARD Mr D sl Haggard county road supervisor of Clark county filed his annual report with time County Clerk Monday afternoon Tlmc reports show that during the year a toal of 26 700 has been expended oiKthe roqds during the year Quarries and tiiolJe have been purchased to the amount of 78407 The total amount of stone gravel and slate spread is 490480 cubic feet at a cost of 17 95222 Three thousand two hun dred and thirtyone dollars und thir tyeight cents was expended for new bridges and repairs on Old bridges For ditching and other repairs 4 73038 was expended One hundred andeightyone thousand three hundred and fifty cubic feet ofrock was crushed and time total cost of this work the spreading repairs to ma chinery etc opening two new quar- tzes etc was 843 per rod Time Clark County Construction Company furnished 111199 feet at a cost of 489057 The salary of weigher was 174 making time total amount paid the Clark County Con struction Company 506457 At a meeting of the Fiscal Court it was ordered that the Mt Sterling and Epperson roads be repaired The cost of repairing the Mt Sterling and Richmond road was 170902 the Epperson road 129683 These amounts were paid out of the county fund proper TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALEShare of Clark County Bank stock Apply J S Beckner phone 343 Home ll303t FOR SALE10 first class meat hors Apply J C Owqiili303t FOR SALEA valuable building SITEA plot of ground V2 miles from Winchester on time west side of the Paris pike Price 1000 cash or will divide into 3 lots and sell for 350 each WillseH white or colored pedple fAddress- M Stevenson i nin vr Jv7 at Cincinnati 0fl1 a Ill t r b w r afleTwt ir c rrr+ v IFWIKIH iMNFW i i lHE WINOUESIER NEWS t iIAn Independent Newspaper r = byICon Incorporated t tflce MB1II South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday t F Entered as Becond lass matter November 28 1905 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 1879 4 lotk WcatsJSi P1 pv i SUBSCRIPTION RATES Malltr one year 300 6iX Months 150 OwMontih 25 t 5 Payable in advance- ADVERTISINGi RATES DisplayPer inch 11Onek Three times within one week 50 tt One week continuously 100 i One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 210 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type7ic Puro reading news heading 15e Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate ClassifiedPer Word One insertion any edition le Three insertions continuously 2c Each three additional insertions c One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 Words No item charged on books foi Ilessthan 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE 1 f iI1 GENERAL OFFICES NCVV YORK AND CHICACO in BRANCHES IN ALLTHF PRINCIPAL CITIES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1910 i WHEREIN WE ARE WEAK m Our government is empowered tot make treaties with other countries but in some matters it has no power fitn carry them out The exclusion of fg the Japanese children from Hi J siir6olIof California and the burning t ofa Mexican in Texas have brought fact clearly to our minds A ftlhis sJbr1ent of the New York Tri bune says = 11bc late John Hay wficn Secre ijtal of State used to say that the r only source of mortification to him 1 in connection with the position way the reply he itS obliged to make ill tfprcimr governments which demand jl redress for injuries to their citizens i in this country protected lmaI- trcatyrights Instead of being able I to give them assurance that prompt I investigation would be made by this S government and the treaty comp te I wit1 ho was obliged to say that the iulca Slates would do its Cent to I persuule the Governor of he aft in which the wrong was committed to take the matter up and deal with it While compelled to assume this i1miomalous position humiliating to iourselycs and dangerous to the main of cordial relations and I peace twith other countries we make demands for the protection ofour ft own citizens direct upon foreign i countries and would be very likely to insist if told we must look to the Iiniayot of some South American city i where an American had been burr t jtat the stake without trial for ro idress that we could not deal with Subordinates with whom we had no diplomatic relations but that ii p the mayors responsibility was insis demandsI state of defence r When Congress meets it should liasten to clothe the President and the United States courts with full I power to deal in the future tlhcall resila l cases as the recent burning of la Mexican in Texas Surely when I tisriictiou is given the general gv v onticent to deal with such minor cif fnsens smuggling and illegal clis i f ling nvliich affect nothing but the revenue it Should be nstitutel1 whcrcf t it iiMWesthe governments power WINCHESTERlUMBER INCORPORATED MANUEACTUR INGCII td make and keep treaties arid to pre serve good faith said friendly rein tion with foreign countries WHAT THE EXTENSION OF THE L EMEANS FOR USA look at the trap of Kentucky will show the immense advantage that the extension of the L E railroad will mean for this section nail especially for Winchester It opens to the market the richest coal and timber section of the State forces of men are at work Ibetween Jackson Breathitt county in Leslie county Whitesburg but a Low miles front the Black Mountain range that dip vides Kentucky from Virginia Just rangllIare con nect with the seaboard and extend east and west- Winchester is the first city of importance in going west from this vast undeveloped territory Our mer chants are alive to the situation and are ready for the increased business that is sure to come It is understood that the L N has purchased the L E and is making the ex tension A rabid partisan paper docs its party more harm than it hurts the opposite party- Kentucky has many things to be proudof but some of which it js best to keep as a secret in the fun ily until we can make improvements Among them our road laws and taxing system James J Hill the railroad mag nate is continually Jooking for hard times but keeps on extending his tracks and pocketing the proceeds of the traffic Before doing much talking it is best to know to whom you arc talking We arc asked What is bed time We dont know the hour Our answer is when you want to go to bed When a candidate for office payH out more morley than the office is worth it is unreasonable not to ex pect him to get it back some vvay The sentiment against the use of intoxicating liquors is growing among the business people Every employer knows what it means to his business to hitvemen in his senice that get drunk He Could Not Quito Remember Voltaires plaint The necessity of saying something the perplexity of having nothing to say might have found an echo in an audience ad dressed for the third time in one service by an old gentleman famed fir his readiness to speak I was thinking while sitting here of the words of the poet said heOIl cant Just remember the words and the name of the poet has gone from me Youths Compariicn 14 Capital c 100 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 TH el Winchester Bank oln- WINCHESTER KY NH WITHERSOONPresident EW R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- IACCOIfNTs j ta- i rtONLY THE SOUNDEST BEAMS should be used in any building oper ation Any defect in them maymean the collapse of the Structure is sur to shorten its life anyway Buy your beams and other lumber here thus making sure there will be no soft o weak spots to spoil an otherwise wet built structure eraIThursday f Dec 1 f 1910 AsoIdInr The Hills SEASOU CONTIKUED SUCCES- Sw I F MANN Presents fLAY AFFORD MISS BY Mabel Owen AS THE INDIAN GIRL PAMNENA BY FAR THE BEST DRAMAT PRODUCTION OF TODAY NEWSpecialties NEWCostume WATCH FORTHE INDIANS PRICES 25 35andR Seats on sale at Strodt Drug Store New Jewelry Store Now is the time for Christmas shopping Come in and see our line of Christinas presents We have something suitable for each and ev er one and our prices are rightI choice liemernber the early buyer has 1lrglfj Watch and clock repairing Al work guaranteed Chas A Carrithersi 11285w Jewele- WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get wonderful help from Bucklens Arniuii Salve It banishes pimples skii eruptions sores and boils It make the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 25c at the Winchester Drug Company GAS INDIGESTION ANn YSPtPSIA MofOider Stomachs Feel Fine Five Minutes After Taking a Little DiapepsinThe as to how long you are going to continue a sufferer from Indigestion Dyspepsia or outofor der Stomach is merely a matter of how soon you begin taking some Dia pepsinIf Stomach is lacking in digestive power why not help the stomach to do its work not with drastic drugs but reenforcement of digestive agents such as are nat orally at work in the stomach People truth weak Stomachs should take a little Diapepsin occasionally and there will be no more Indigestion no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomrehno heartburn Sour risings Gas on Stomach or Belching of undi Bested food Headaches Dizziness or Sick Stomach and besides what you eat will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors All these symptoms resulting from a sour out oforder stomach and dyspepsia ore generally relieved in five minutes after taking a little Di pepsin Go to your druggist and pct a 50 cent case of Papes Diapepsin now and you will always go to the table with a hearty appetite and what you eat will taste good because your stomach and intestines will be clean therelare feelllikei ffif FEEDING THE Tl May oh Milk if 15tieritlyWben a rinire files or bas no milk for cowsework patjemijr amritiknigenily The inllk ofircowTlrat has recently calved onelrbrmlresiUilkwhile rich In sugar is poor hiTiL The mill should be sweet end with molasses or sugar and di Muted with warm water Allttle of this prepared whit should be glVeti at short intervalsfrom a Scalded nursing bottle and large rub tier nipple Cave should tietakenm L eepthu bottle dud nipple scrupulously clean An ounce of limewater should be added to each pint of the prepared fnVlk dud1 half ucuiiful allow ed once an hour at first thd foul grows the feeder should 1As increase the amount ofmilk lengthen the intervals between meals In a few days food may be given six times a day and later four learnIthe attendants lingers at first Until the bowels move freely rectal Injections should be given night and morning if the foal scours at any time two to four tablespoonfuls of a mixture of sweet oil and pure castor oil shaken in mill should be given and feeding of milk stopped for two or three meals allowing sweetened warm water and limewater instead The foal may lick oatmeal as soon as it will eat and gradually the amount may be Increased and wheat bran addedIn five or six weeks some sweet skioimillc may be given and the mount gradually Increased daily until Ill givenCnow mill The foal at this age also will be eating freely of grass grains and bran At all times pure cold drink ing water should be supplied ABOUT THE COLLIE A Good Strong Eye an Important Point In This I notice in several DogIof Scotch sale as natural heelers says an ex pert on collie dogs Now that Is en dogSrun and fetch a hog by the hind end but a good collie must get to the front I shall try to give an idea of how to start training a dog The trainer must have great patience I always let the pup start folloAvln me to the pasture when about four months old Let liim go out among the sheep every day without attempting to let him work He will watch the old dog and one day when a sheep runs he will make a move to stop it then only is the time to make a start When wantedto go around some sheep get thirsheep close to you tolal low the dog to go clear around them The first time call the dog up to your heel Always start the dog from be hind and teach it tostop when at the dogrdocs right call him to you pat him on the head and let him understand it is A GOOD COLLIE STUDY right If however he tries to break in among the sheep call loudly to him but do not whip him One or two lessons the first day will be sufficient Each day Increase the lessons A dog should be taught to keep out wide from the sheep Aflog that runs too close is not considered a good dug One of the best points a dog can have isa good strong eye By that mean one that will stand and set like a set ter never taking his eye from the sheep A dug that runs when told and has no eye never makes sure That is a most important point In a collie dog Again I say a good strong eye and you need notJear Whoh theCows Are Nervous It is almost Impossible to suggest a cure for some nervous habits in colts tenl1erjIf 1themilking act Use System In Watering Horses Painstaking and experienced horse men haveproved beyond a doubt that horses seem to be better nourished when systematically watered before feeding and again two or three hours after it Sheep Have Few Ailmohts keepeease which Is mistake be cause properly eared for sheep burl fewer ailments Thou any other farm animal 4 LOOMINGQALE Died November 27at his grandson L T Kaincy orneomHp- lication of diseases L T Haggard aged 74 He yas buried the following i day at the Ecton graveyard JIc had1 been iin invalid for matiyyeav He leaves four daughters 111IJ II Raincy Mrs J W JonesMrs Jamo l Martin and Mis Joe Jones andsov eral grandchildren to mourn bis loss Mrs M E Gamboe and daughter Miss Lee attended the funeral ofl Mrs tlissant gicst ofMis Lottie Rainey front Saturday until Monday Mr Reuben Green rented a house from L T Rainey mid will move to it soon Mrs William Wilson sold to George Gilbert 12fxit pigs for 7 50 per huiJ died Mr George Clemm has moved from lIhcllwillClemm Mrs Charlie Hampton is on the sick list SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions wojiid vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true rea- redyfor women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or head ache constipation dispelling colds imparting appetite and toning up tIlt system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 2oq at the Winches te Drug store 8 m SEE SON co I 1 ter LUMBERRoughbndDrcsscd SASH DOORS AND IBtIND1 SHIN GLESI CAREY ROOFING tleocsttl tt can be bought 1RUBBER ROOF1IMG asgood as any iIHome Ptibne 41 t It East Tenn Thcne 147 jII t 1 hIFf Save Time fey Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the t same time rhe goes toUheiieafest telephone and sends iris Voice I fty having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED It s easy to travel all over the State and other States If you liadittoitr sCrvit rdi5 lri51tld have Call our manager for full information 4 4 f Irrs always the mel chalitta l or who tells a man that he is hard o1f 5 Youllnotfind us making poor excuses We have more than enbifgfi models and more than enough sizes to fit ALL the men in town Come in and loDk over our big stock of Steln Bloch Clothes See the wide range of choice and pick outIthe suit made for YOU Some good buying chances i t 2 tti t ALLAN MURPHY f d3rw4f 4fft n fb r l f tr 41 1ic ist iG ioJ t + 7 fi SOCIETY Ij Surprise Party A surprise party was tendered k Miss Ella Gillispie at the home of hei aunt Mrs John A Tanner on Winn avenue on Monday evening Miss Gillispie rallied gracefully to the occasion and played the hostess in a charming manner Following a evebning delicious ices fruits and cake were served Charming Dinner Mrs Nancy McClure entertained with an elaborate diviner at her beau tiful country home Tuesday in lion for of Mr and Mrs Homer MacNeill jf s The affair was very charming am the menu served consisted of all tht delicjous substantials and auntie of the iertsoh Thit guests were Rev and Mrs J II MacNeill Mr and Mrs VErcd Dhkln iliIll Mrs Home MaeNeilliDr IIR Henry and Dr Mrs Clelland Entertains Mrs John Clelland entertained tin Couples Club und a few other friend in a ehanning manner on Tuesday evening Mesclames Fred Dakin Harry Strother Anna S Turley Misses Ormie Hodgkin and Mary Crutchc assisted in entertaining The beautiful home was charmingly lecprated a centerpiece for the ele l garit dining table Doing formed of ai eluysamtliemums iMv the fable was suspended r graceful boll formed of mistletoe Following the games a delicioii menu consisting of quail on toast Stuffed peppers oyster patties hot rolls punch and coffee was served The affair was one of the most de light ul ever enjoyed by the Clu- i For Miss Early About twenty young people sur rPrised Miss Clara Early with r charming party at the home of Mrs Harry Ecfon on Lexington avenue Tuesday evening Following several hours of pleas nut social enjoyment delicious fruits and candies were served Miss Early proved a charming hos Less and the affair was very greatly enjoyed 4 Dance at Auditorium The Kardolf Club will give a dance at the Auditorium Friday night De cember 2 J Mrs C W Harris and baby an visiting in Midway T Miss Sue Peddicord spent Thanks fgiving in Lexington rVdirs John Short and children have Jlrl red flrom Cleveland Okla to spend the winter with hor parents Mr and Mis Lewis Wills Mrs Oscar Lync of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J N lisle Miss Lilln Phelps stenographer for Jouett Jouett has accepted a position in Lexington Mrs Harry Strother entertains the Euchre Club on Wednesday afternoon Mrs J M Jenkins informally cn tertained on Monday in a delightful manner in honor of Mrs Walkins who is stopping at the BrownProc toria Mrs Dwight Pendleton Mrs Gyp pie Simpson and Mrs Helen Buick ncr motored to Lexington Monday Mrs Margaret Cooper will leave icr home in Covington Wednesday to spend the winter in Champagne III Mrs Cooper is the mother of Mrs Claude McCauley and Mrs Bel ton Owen of this city Mr J Harry Allan is visiting at Dudley Ky Mr and Mrs Howard Hampton have returned fro ma delightful visit to Miss Eva Baugh in Laurel county MrandMrs George Bradley of Sydney Ohio are visiting parents Mr and Mrs G T Bradley Hon J M Stevenson and Mr John G White are in Louisville on business Mrs John Millard is quite ill Mr andMrs C B Finnell are moving folfeSiieSience on Burns xvenue recently vacated by Dr and Mrs E E Kidwell Miss Elizabeth Scott visited Mr Mid MrsiEIL Scott in the county TuesdayMr Mrs James lodge and abe of NorlhiCarolina are guests of Mr John Sudduth and family Mr McKinley Coekrell of James own N D is visiting f1and Mrs Sam Jett on his way to New Mexico Miss Elizabeth Cockrell willar rive next week from Nashville Tenn to visit Mr and Mrs Sam Jett She will probably accompany her brother Mr lIcKi 11eckrell to Nex little child of Mr and Mrs Tim Hodge who are visiting here is threatened with pneumonia Mrs Sallie Flora of Newport Ky vho has been visiting her ncice Mrs J Newt Renakcr for the past two weeks left for Paris Wednesday morning where she will visit her brother Mr A L Hardy Mr and Mrs T C Hardcstv of Cincinnati 0 have moved to Win chester into the Hanson house on French avenue to make Winchester their future home Mr Hardesty vill retain his interest in the wholesale blunt business in Cincinnati and upend a part ofs time there Miss Mollie L Owen leaves Wednesday afternoon for Louisville to be under the treatment Of Dr L T McMnrtry Sliejs accompanied by Mrsur Fran itlllan MrFolQjVfWycoff was in Carlisle Tuesday on business TrlGordon SteyensOn and son Mater Prewitt Burch have returned from a visit in Georgetown Miss Corinne Singleton has return ed from a visit to relatives in Ver sailles and Lexington Mrs Lee Ratliff and granddaugh ter Margaret Fishback have re turned to their home in Carlisle after a visit to the formers daughter Mrs Howard Henr- yDrlloward Lyon is recovering af ter several days illness Mr John Edmonds left Tuesday for Jackson Messrs Mark and Harvey Prewitt of Mt Sterling were in Winchester Tuesday Col T L Phillips left Sunday to spGildVtne winter in Florida Mr f William Garner is enjoying a hunfiiig trip Mr C B Finncll is in Cincinnati on business Save money by investing in Txcd Star coal now Royse Boone n143t 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 FEATURINGT- he Celebrated Franco American Line All Ilariefies Bouillion Mock Turtle Oxtail Heintz Famous Tomato Soup made from Choice Tomatoes and Pure Cream 10 15 and 25c Sizes Besides these leaders we rr a complete line of Van Camps Sniders Monsoont f Popular Size Soups r10c per can WHEN SOUP HUNGRY PHONE 40 MacNeill Weathers 4BothPhones No 40 r 1 r uu THE WINCHESTER NEWS p 0r Holiday Goods Now Ready All the new things on display Monday for Christmas shoppers Do your buying now before the goods are picked over and before the rush SPECIAL PRICES ON Suits Cloaks Furs and Skirts Continue This Weeky We GiveS H Green Trading Stamps If CLIFTONB ROSS i fc Iv TRUNK FILUD- WITH POWDfR Charge is Set Off By a Hunter Who Accidentally Dropped a Lighted Cigar PITTSBURG Penn Nov 30 With a blinding flash followed by a terrific explosion a trunk filled with blasting powder went off in a baggage car standing in the Union Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad late Tuesday night The big charge was set off by a hunter in the car accidentally dropping a cigar which ig nited some of the powder that had leaked from the trunk The car was reduced to splinters and a panic in the train shed follow ed when a large number of passen goers heard the terrific explosion and saw the flames shoot up from the wreck Half a dozen railroad detectives scented a Black Handoutrage ISeasonable when it was learned that the trunk had been checked from this city to Irwin which is right in the heart of the Westmoreland coal fields where a prolonged strike has been on for many months and the feeling runs highagainst the coaloperators Joseph Nicola said to be a Black Hand leader that has been operat ing in the Eastern Ohio District is alleged to be the man who checked the trunk He was arrested and is in jail without bail FOX HUNTER DEAD LEXINGTON Ky Nov 30Barton S Coyle a prominent Fayetta county farmer nn 1one of the organizers of the National Fox Hunt ers Association died Tuesday morning following an operation for ap pendieitis Isis surviving brothers sure George M Coyle and Dr Davit A Coyle The latter is critically il at his home on North Broadway The woman who cant hold hei tongue or a baby has no business with either or 1Styles Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chains GoldFobsBaldwin BrosSign of Big Wath 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY LIVE WELL Its easy when ycu know where to buy your foods at reasonable prices You can get the best coffees teas spices delicacies choice and fresh dairy products toothsome hams and bacon and fresh meats to suit the tastes of people who know high grcde foods when they see and test them from w i1 JL W DAV SONSuccessor to JM POWELL VNo i6N Nain St KINGS DAUGHTERS BAZAAR The Kings Daughters Bazaar will byMissFriday and Saturday ATTENTION Come early and avoid the rush by getting your Xmas presents from the Kings Daughters who will hold their annual Bazaar at the store room YagnePiano t BALD lEADED MEN Ignorance of the Hair Causes Much Baldness Among Men IEarly piety dcause baldness does any kind of piety Sonic men console themselves vith the idea that baldness is caused by a Superabundance of gray brain matter and would have the world believe that a baldhead is a sign of great intellect Such however is not the case Ninetynine times in one hundred baldness is caused by dandruff germs which dig down deep into the root of the hair destroy its vitality and cause it to fallout All this may come gradually and take time but as an upto date hum orist would say whafs time to a dandruff germ If you have dandruff the little invisible persistent devils called dandruff germs acre atwork Destroy them at once or sooner or later they will cause your hair to fall out and you will be compelled to take your place in the baldheaded class In France baldheads are few be cause men understand how to care for the hair Parisian Sage is a hair grower and invigorator that is guar au teed by Phillips to grow hair if the hair root is not already destroyed to eradicate dandruff stop itching scalp and falling hair or money back 50 cents for a large bottle at Phil lips and druggists everywhere on money back plan PINE RIDGE Dillard Crowe is ill of typhoid fey er B C Kimbrell sold one cow to Mr Hodgkin for 40 Miss Earl Parrish was inWinches tel Monday shopping M Mr Wm Lentof Cincinnati spenjj It IPa Three Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Funs 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have bilt up a busi proudWe because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing with our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves i igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pres GIVE HIM A PAIR OF- SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERSFOR CHRISTMAS Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs Algin King and Mrs spentThanksgiving D Crowe spentSundayand Mrs M B Eubank of near Winchester Mr and Mrs Albert Martin ami two children of Escondida spent from Friday until Monday with rela tives here Miss Layrue Crowe has returned to Winchester to attend school after parentsMrs Sam Gross is visiting her pairgiftto see them whether you buy or not SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS are the kind with the Sliding Cord Back comfort forgetheif he were buying them himself HolKJayBoxesto us State color preferred and whether light or medium weight webbing Endose 50 casts per pair and we will mail to anyaddress Signed guarantee every pair Bay today and get part of your Cbriihsu Shopping off your mind would like three beautiful Art Panel 10x14 advertising for ironing 25 cents for the Prewdeat THE C A EDGARTON MFG CO 333 Main St Shirley Mass daughter Mrs Raymond Hill of Pine Dr J A Supwdeu and little son Raymond spent the past week withrelatives in Cincinnati 0 Mr Charlie Wood died at his home near here Tuesday November 22nd after a lingering illness of tubercu losis Funeral services were lucid by Rev J II Mntherly on Thursday at the Log Lick Christian church where he has been for a number of years He was 25 years of age and is survived by a wife father mother two sisters and one brother and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss We extend our heartfelt sym pathy to the bereaved ones ArITUrnbvII The Wise Turkey Makes TracksVabout Thanksgiving time You cant fool him with extra corn and a nice warm coop He knows he would have to pay for it some way You Will Be Wise to Buy Ladies Furnishingsw- here 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 SUITSVWe have in stock a complete line of beautifully tailored suits of the best materials and WORKMANSHIP Arils S Turnbull i ny i r 4 r t THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pate Three I r SOCIETY fl Surprise Party s A surprise party was tendered Miss Ella Gillispie at the home of liei i aunt Mrs John A Tunnel on Winu avenue on Monday evening Miss Gillispie rallied gracefully to the occasion and played the hos test in a chavming manner Following a delightful social eve ning delicious ices fruits and cakes were served Charming Dinner Mrs Nancy McClure entertained with an elaborate dinner at her beau tint country home Tuesday in hon w or of Air and Mrs Homer MaeNeill The affair was very charming am1 the menu served consisted of all the I dejicjous substantial and dainties of tire ettsotiPhc guests were Rev rind Mrs J U MacXeill Mr and Mrs EredVDakin Mi and Mrs Home MacNeill Dr II R Henry and Dr Taac Browne Mrs Clelland Entertains Mrs John Clelland entertained the Couples Club mid a few other friend in a charming manner on Tuesday evening Mesdames Fred Dakin Hal ry Strother Anna S Turley Misse1 Ormie Hodgkin told Mary Crutche assisted in entertaining The beautiful home was charmingly clejs immense cluster of yellow chrysan themums Atfbve1 the table was suspended graceful boll formed of mistletoe Following the games a dclicioii menu consisting of quail on toast Stuffed peppers oyster patties hot rolls punch and coffee was served The affair was one of the most de lightful ever enjoyed by the Club For Miss Early About twenty young people sur Miss Clara Early iwithr charming party at the home of Mrs Harry Ecfou on Lexington avenue Tuesday evening Following several hours of pleas ant social enjoyment delicious fruits and candies were served Miss Early proved a charming hog t greatlenjoyed J Dance at Auditorium The Kardolf Club will give a dance at the Auditorium Friday night De cember 2 areI Mrs C W Harris and baby visiting in Midway T Miss Sue Peddicord spent Thanks giving in Lexington Mrs John Short and children have vnyed flrom Cleveland Okla toI spend the winter with her parents Mr and Mrs Lewis Wills Mrs Oscar Lyne of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs JI- 7N Hisle Miss Lilla Phelps stenographer for Jouett Jouett has accepted a position in Lexington Mrs Harry Strother entertains the Euchre Club on Wednesday afternoon 3Irs J M Jenkins informally en dclightftmanner who is stopping at the BraunProc toria Gyppiener motored to Lexington Monday Mrs Margaret Cooper will leave icr home in Covington Wednesday to spend the winter in Champagne HI Mrs Cooper is the mother of Mrs Claude McCauley and Mrs Bel ton Owen of this city Mr J Harry Allan is visiting a tI Dudley Ky Mr and Mrs Howard Hampton have returned fro ma delightful visit to Miss Eva Baugh in Lattrc- county Mi n111irsGeorge Bradley o Sydney Ohio are visiting parents Mr and Mrs G T Bradley Hon J M Stevenson and Mr John G White are in Louisville on businessMrs John Billiard is quite ill Mr andAMrs C B Finnell are moviiig m to ieiitlence on Burns venue recently vacated by Dr and Mrs E E Kidwell Miss Elizabeth Scott visited Mr nid rRTER Scott in the county TuesdayMr Mrs James Hodge and lobe of North Carolina are guests of Mr John Sudduth and family Mr McKinley Cockrell of Jane own N Dis visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Jett on his way to Near Mexico Miss Elizabeth Cockrell willar rive next week from Nashville Tenn to visit Mr and Mrs Sam Jett Sho will probably accompany her broth er Mr McKin1eyrCbekrell to Xex Mexico The little child of Mr and Mrs Jim lodge who are visiting here is threatened with pneumonia Mrs Sallie Flora of Newport Ky vho has been visiting her neice Mrs J Newt Renaker for the past two weeks left for Paris Wednesday morning where she will visit her brother Mr A L Hardy Mr and Mrs T C ITardestv of Cincinnati 0 have moved to Win chester into the Hanson house on Frenchavenue to make Winchester heir future home Mr Hardest will retaill his interest in the wholesale hat business in Cincinnati and pend a part of his time there Miss Mollie L Owen leaves Wed nesday afternoon for Louisville to bp under the treatment of Dr L T McMurtry Slicis by Mrslr FrafltrFithianM- rrtFolQyBWycofi was in Carlisle Tuesday on business Gordon Stcyftn oji and son JIasier Prewitt Burch have returned from a visit in Georgetown Miss Corinne Singleton has return ed from a visit to relatives in Ver sailles and Lexington Mrs Lee Ratliff and granddaughter Margaret Fishback have re turned to their home in Carlisle after a visit to the formers daughter Mrs Howard Henry DlUoward Lyon is recovering af ter several days illness Mr John Edmonds left Tuesday for Jackson Messrs Mark and Harvey Prewitt of Mt Sterling were in Winchester Tuesday Cut T L Phillips left Sunday to spend the winter in Florida MrWilliam Garner is enjoying a huntnig trip Mr C B Finnell is in Cincinnati on businessSave by investing in Rod Starcoal now Royse Boone U143t Who Said Soup Dont that go good for dinner on a cold day We carry the most complete line of soups in the city FEATURING The Celebrated FrancoAmerican Line All Far etzes Bouillion Mock TurJle Oxtail Heintz Famous Tomato Soup made from Choice Tomatoes and Pure Cream 10 15 and 25c Sizes Besides these leaders we carry a ccmplete line of Van Camps Sniders Monsoons f Popular Size Soups v10c per can WHEN SOUP HUNGRY PHONE 40r MacNeill Weathers Both Phones No 40 r r4 GoodsfNow Ready All the new things on display Monday for Christmas shoppers Do your buying now before the goods are picked oyer and before the rush SPECIAL PRICES ON Suits Cloaks Furs and Skirts Continue This Week We GiveS H Green Trading Stamps CllfTON 8 1 ROSS 4 III FILLED WITH POWDfR Charge is Set Off By a Hunter Who Accidentally Dropped a Lighted Cigar PITTSBURG Penn Nor 30 Witha blinding flash followed by a terrific explosion a trunk filled with blasting powder went off in a baggage car standing in the Union Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad late Tuesday night The big charge was set off by a hunter in the car accidentally dropping a cigar which ig nited some of the powder that had leaked from the trunk The car was reduced to splinters and a panic in the train slued followed when a large number of passen goer heard the terrific explosion and saw the flames shoot up from the wreckHalf a dozen railroad detectives scented a Black land outrage I Gold Seasonable Jewelry For Men when it was learned that the trunk had been checked from this city to Irwin which is right in the heart of the Westmoreland coal fields where a prolonged strike has been on for many months and the feeling runs high against the coal operators Joseph Nicola said to be a Black operatingalleged to be the man who checked the trunk lie was arrested and is in jail without bail FOX HUNTER DEAD LEXINGTON Ky Nov 30Balt- Oil S Coyle a prominent Fayctte county farmer and one of the or ganizers of the National Fox Hunters Association died Tuesday morn ing following an operation for ap pendicitis His surviving brothers are George M Coyle and Dr Davir A Coyle The latter is critically il at his home on North Broadway The woman who cant hold ben tongue or a baby has no business with either IINew AutumnI ChainsKeyFobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Baldwin BrosSign of Big Wath KYILIVE WELL Its easy when ycu know where to buy your foods at reasonable prices You can get the best coffees teas spices delicacies choice and fresh dairy products toothsome hams and bacon and fresh meats to suit the tastes of people who know high grcde foods when they see and test them fromv JTi W DAVVSO1V Successor to J Vii POWELL No 6 N Nain St KINGS DAUGHTERS BAZAAR The Kings Daughters Bazaar will byMissFriday and Saturday ATTENTION Come early and avoid the rush by getting your Xmas presents from the Kings Daughters who will hold their annual Bazaar at the store room YagnerPiano BALD HEADED MEN Ignorance of the Hair Causes Much Baldness Among Men IEly piety doesnt cause baldness does any kind of piety Some men console themselves pith the idea that baldness is caused by a Superabundance of gray brain matter and would have the world believe that a baldbead is a sign of great intellect Such however is not the case Ninetynine times in one hundred baldness is caused by dandruff germs which dig down deep into the root of the hair destroy its vitality and cause it to fall out All this may come gradually and take time but as an uptodate humorist would say whafs time to a dandruff germ 7 If you have dandruff the little invisible persistent devils called dand ruff germs rire ratwork Destroy thelillyou will be compelled to take your place in the baldheaded class In France baldheads are few be cause men understand how to care for time hair Parisian Sage is a hair grower and invigorator that is guaranteed by Phillips to grow hair if the hair root is not already destroyed to eradicate dandruff stop itching scalp and falling hair or money back 50 cents for a large bottle at Phil lips and druggists everywhere 01 money back plan PINE RIDGE Dillard Crowe is ill of typhoid fever B C Kimbrell sold one cow to Mrs Hodgkin for Miss Earl ter Monday 40tMr Wm Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPTAL 10000000 Surplus Funs 2000000w In our short history of a few years we have hilt up a busi ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business 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 coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pros GIVE HIM A PAIR OF- SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERSFOR CHRISTMAS Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs Algin King and Mrs spentThanksgiving D Crowe spentStunlayand Mrs M B Babank of near Win chester Mr and Mrs Albert Martin mitt two children of Escondida spent rCla1tivcsto Winchester to attend school after parentsMrs Sam Gross is visiting her pairgiftto see them whether you buy or not SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS are the kind with the Sliding Cord Back comfort forgetheif he were buying them himself HolidayBoxesto us state color preferred and whether light or medium weight webbing Enclose 50 cents per pair and we will mail to any address Signedguarantee on every pair Bay today and get part of your Cbriitau Shopping off your mind would like three beautiful Art Panel sue 10x14 far tend 25 cent for the PreCalendar THE C A EDGARTON MFG CO 333 Main St Shirley Mass daughter Mrs Raymond Hill of Pine Grove Mrs Dr J A Sttodeaand little son Raymond spent the past week with relatives in Cincinnati 0 Mr Charlie Wood died at his home near lucre Tuesday November 22nd after a lingering illness of tubercu losis Funeral services were held by Rev J II fatherly on Thursday at the Log Lick Christian church where he has been for a number of years He was 25 years of age and is sur vived by a wife father mother two sisters and one brother and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones IArlis Turnbuli The Wise Turkey Makes Tracks about Thanksgiving time You cant fool him with extra corn and a nice warm coop He knows he would have to pay for it some way You Will Be Wise to Buy LadiestFurnishings 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 SUITSW- ehave in stock a complete line of beauti fully tailored suits of the best materials and WORKMANSHIP Arils urnbufl r- l d U j r 1 Parm Four THE WIHCHRSTFR NFWS +f fqi b Ff9r Trouble tl t Ever since we nave been in business we have ii been trying to get the ear of eVery cloth hasta complaint to file want them to let us1ji3 know about it- If they have ever had a suit that went wrong or didnt give the equivalent in wear to the pries paid we want to adjust it J Weve been telling this to our customers for four years were telling it every day absolutely guaranteeing the satisfactory wear of every dollars worth of clothing sold and frankly not getting complaints a enough We know we are selling good clothing giving the best values in Winchester but also know that no matter how careful we are a suit will go r wrong occasionally If you have anything to YJIcomplain of let ns hear from you Rupard to Stewart Pn i iI 2 I A Great Assortment I Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade The largest and most complete stock of Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen in our store All C h r i simas Go ods displayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Gaines of aU sorts Bicycles Cameras =Skates Steropticcips Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store wnen in Lexington I CDCallowayCo Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 V I Main Street Lexington Ky r RED STAR n I bigVAsh Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loa- dROYSE 6 BOONE Winchester Ky Both Phones Read Tlte NeWs I MARRIED IN MAYSVILLE Galloway White aged 23 years old nnd Miss Ambie Walter aged 21 years of this county went to Mays ville in an automobile Friday Upon their arrival they procured marriage license and were married by Magis trate J A Pickrell After supper they returned home in their auto They are very popular and a host of friends extend congratulations NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered m thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of lIar rodssburg Ky but for years they saw every attemplto cure a lung rack ing cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effccl- was wonderful It soon stopped tin foiigli anti I am now in better health than i have had for years This wonderful life saver is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds lagrippe asth ma croup hemorrhages whooping tfoiigh or weak lungs 50c 100 Tiinl bottle free Guaranteed by the Winchester Drusr Co ILADIE rJltf f dont fail to see the beautiful fancy articles candy and all kinds of gnu work Everything suitable for Xmas present at the Kings Daugh ters Bazaar 11302t Enemy of Rattlesnake No resident of Arizona New Mex- Ico or Texas would kill a roadrun neroIt is firmly believed that the bird is the deadly enemy of that monster of the desert the rattle snake The accepted tradition is that the roadrunner and the rattle snake are deadly enemies and that the rattlesnake fears the roadrun ner beyond anything else Some men Uncle said EbenIa way of tellin you tobe good da soims llkedey thought dey was im pros in on de Ten Commandments I3SllEJRER FOR WnNESSi L E Gibson Must Return From Oklahoma to Testify in Case of Com mcnwealth vs Devary ojAn order was issued by Judge J jM Benton Tuesday morning for L E Gibson who is now in Cache O- klahomatestify in the casq of the Commonwealth vs N It Deviiry vlio stands indicted for killing young Ewnii several years past Soon after the shooting Gib son left for Oklahoma and has not eenbacksince HOUSE AND LOT SOLD J Newton ftenakcr as agent for Mrs Pattio patterson sold to John P Conway Tuesday afternoon her house and lot on Kentucky street Price privat- eRAftROADTIME TABLES EXIKGTON EASTERN RY CO Hmp Card In Effeci June 21 J9Q8 Daily iDaH- j7k Bound No 2 No 4 ntwrtnnt Par JAM Lejungton 225 755 Winchester 305 8lb L S Junction 3 20 82l Clay CHy1 r50 190 Stanton U 358 ItoCampton function 4 30 938 Natural Bridge 19431435Torrent w1 956- Beauyvillo Juno 5 10 1017- Atbol 1537 1045 0 K Junction lll15 u Jackson 610 11123 Noil No31 Nof jyestbonnd fEL 1IDai1YlSun ISun Gal v Jackson 1610 12 20 7 00 v 70AtbBeattjvilio June 7 U7I3 201 754 Torrent 835173013411Natural Bridge 828 Campton June 17 4813 828571Stanton 815 854 Clay City 825 435J 902 L 4 E June 900 507 934 Winchester 912 5 2094fi Lexington J9 55 1wj HE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUHkY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 old 3 will mlI connections with the 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will mule connections with he L A Railvray for Beatty ille Ky- Ctiinnton Junction Trains Ncs t 3 and 4will connect with the Mountain Central Ey for passengers o and from Campton Ky 0 K Junction Trniz Nos 3 nd 4 will connect with the 0 K rtailway for Cft fit rite Ramway stations Train No 2 will make connection with the L A railway for Beattyville Ky MgllLSLOUJSVILLE HASH if ILLS SouthboUnd No CmcinuatlKnoxville oca1 Arrives 1016 a m departs 1019 H No 33Cine Dna Jacksonviflj united 1039 a m No MaysyilleStanford local nth Cincinnati connection at Paris rrives at 625 departs at 035 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 p in Hcrthbound No 34 AtlantaCincinnati limited 57a toINo lUSt nftrdInysvill local puneclihz Pt Park tar Cincinnati tine at 715 leaves at 722 a m No 38 KnpxvilleCincinnati lo 11arrivns 248 departs 253 p m Wo 32 tThVeonviJIoriniMiSftii imitcd 558 p m All are daily except Nos 9 any 10 which are daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO EastboundaNo 26 Daily Ex Sun 853 a m No 22 Daily 1210 p m To 28 Daily Ps Sun 630pn- Ko 24 Daily 9 10 p m Westboui 0 No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m No 21 Daily 648 a Ia 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p m No 23 Daily 411 p m cTrue Praise and Flattery The unctuous hypocrite is in such contrast with theman of honor as is the slanderer and scandal monger Tho fair and open face of honest praise the caress of true affection in speech the thrilling verdict of solid awaytas are mud puddlesi FLIES IN THEmNTMENTC- HANGE THE ODOR THEREOF ifpurious Additions to the Word of God Condemned Cleveland O Nov The Wise Man declared that afly olntito stink We apply this suggestion to- the Word of God the precious oint meat which God has supplied Cer i tain files falsehoods crept into it during the Dark Ages wiiich are now causing a loath lag and repudiation on the part of many of the best and wisest people in the world All will admit that it is sinful to tamper with the Word of God to either add to or take from it or to wrest or twist or pervert its meaning Why is it then that ministers of the Gospel who know that certain pas sages of the Scriptures are not ftp De found in the older manuscripts fail to show to the people the truth on this subject And if these ministers are not fully informed whose fault is that Would it not be preferable that they should absent themselves from some of the fairs and festivals and social functions in order to inform them wives On what pretext are the clergy a specially privileged class except for the purpose of giving their flocks reliable information along religious lines And what is their commission from the Lord except that they should feed the Hock of God which he purchased with the blood of his own dear Son If the flock have been feeding upon certain Scriptures supposed to be genuine and if they have been made sick thereby and if their shepherds now know that these Scriptures are not a part of the Divinely inspired Word why should not Gods people be in formed of the facts and be stopped from eating poisonous elements introduced by the Adversary Poison In Our Bibles The more others are silent the more Ice must speak We cannot see Gods sheep spiritually sick without warning them respecting their spiritual fikd Not only have we received many mis interpretations of the parables and symbols of the Bible but into our Bibles themselves certain false state meats have been injected long cen turies ago All wellinformed ministers of the Gospel know that our New Testament was not translated from the writings of the Apostles but from copies thereof These copied over and- over again no matter how carefully were liable to errors And in addition as we might expect occasionally a bold transcriber would add a few words to make the record conform the better to his conception orihat- t ought to be This went on for cen turies before the art of printing came into use The New Testament was translated from the Greek into the Latin language and was known as the Vulgate From that Latin translation sprang our various English translations the Douay or Catholic edition published in 1G09 A D and the King James Bible or Common Version published in 1G11 A D The latter was merely a revised translation to assist In which revision other previous translations were used and we are assured that the text was diligently compared with the Greek text But until lately there were no ancient Greek manuscripts with which to compare it The Greek manuscripts with which it was com pared numbered only eight none of which dated earlier than the Tenth Century Today however we have three very old Greek manuscripts of the New Testament namely the Alexandrian MS the Vatican MS and the Siuaitic MS Of these the Vatican MS was the first to come to the at tention of modern scholarship It is in the Vatican Library appearing on its catalogue as far back as 1475 A D which manuscript scholarship accred its with having been written in the fourth century Next came the Alex andrian MS which is supposed to have been written about the middle of the fifth century It is now on ex hibition in the British Museum Final Istni possession ment It was found by Constantine jTischendorf in a Mt Sinai Convent isIa A D Of these three oldest MSS of the New Testament known in the world the Vatican and Sinaitic arc the older Assuredly nothing should he consid used as part of the original Scriptures that is not found in any of these three oldest MSS Why should we not tell this to the people Why should we thejIs it not a sin to preach doctrines as from God which have no part in these early MBS This is bur thought Irnmtlinp to time it will be our pleas tire as well as our duty to teach the minion people what the clergy al reauy know ori this subject More over tie RiUh Students Association If llrcwMvu has arranged for the inv WaM n uf ctjpiis of jjii New TetawI dealt lijUninlJn cioth sli iIia tionK l1tween1111ritdlri co1 these ltl tcil llsfi a rrm enJ lnnel ten t tit Jti inireiilf liJ e i alilt- ctintmirrtlts f 1 ll icuanti Ji 1 ties they are able to supply them post paid at 50c each V Consider Now Our Text Go ye Into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature He that be lieveth and Is baptized shall be saved but hfl that believeth not shall be damneu Markxvl One of the most important of these interpolations or poisonous additions engrafted upon the Word of Gtils in the sixteenth chapter f Mark all of which from the ninth verse to the end of the chapter is spurious fraudulent It is additional to anything that St Mark wrote as evidenced by the fact that these verses are not found in any of the three oldest Greek MSS Of course some of the Items of these verses are found in other Gds gels It would r do to uIcin lie without a ccrtaKii arnofent Sf covering of Truth to sugiircoafflfti Btst notice our text and what a wrqng thought it gives inconsistent with the remainder of the Scriptures Its intimation is that the preaching of the Gospel to every creature willrtremilt ether in his believing it and being baptized and thus being saved or ar his disbelieving and being damned Flit this word dumiicd carries with fttvin the light of other misunderstandings fire and blazing roasting and torture shriek ing and woes indescribable This is all wrong contrary to the authentic Scriptures The authentic Scriptures inform iis that this Gospel Age is one in which God is gathering from the world a little flock of footstep followers saintly and elect to constitute the Bride of Christ his jointheirs in liis coming Kingdom They show that not all are expected to Jicar this message at the present time not many wIseI great learned or rich but chiefly the poor They assure usthat to have the hearing ear is a special favor saying Blessed are ycur cars for they hear and your eyes for they sec St Paul tells us that the world in general is blind and deaf to the message now sent forth Romans xf 7 and the experi ences of eighteen centuries corroborate this St Peter tells us Acts xv 13 that Gods work in the present time is not cer1tainlthat he is now taking cut of the world a people for his name to bear the name of Christ as his Bride The au thentic Scriptures everywhere teach us that the poor blind deaf world which has never yet heard fully and clearly of the only name given under heaven or amongst men whereby ice may be saved is not on this account condemned or damned They tell us that the whole world was born con demned because children of Adam and sharers in his condemnation but that God has provided in the sacrifice of Jesus a redemption for Adam and all his race They tell us that as a result in Gods due time Christmas the true Light the Sun of Righteousness shall enlighten every man that cometh into the world They explain that God is now calling out a special class while the darkness is upon the earth and the gross darkness upon the heathen and that the Sun of Righteousness which Is to enlighten the whole world will not arise until the elect Church shall first have been gathered out They tell us that in the New Dispensation yet to dawn all the families of the earth will bo blessed through The ChristJesus- the Head and the Church his Body or Bride They tell us that then all the blind eyes shall be opened and all the deaf ears shall be unstopped xxxv o They tell us that IsaiahI Sun of Righteousness shall healing in his beams flooding the earth with the light of the knowledge of the glory of God They assure us that that will he the period of Messiahs reign fur which we pray Thy King dour come thy will be done on earth as in heaven They tell us that the Abject of that reign will be that the world in general may have a trial to determine whether with the light and knowledge and experience then grant lihteOUS1Hess Unbelievers Damned Already Our word damnid from misusage and the bad theology of the Dark Ages has a sulphurous odor whereas its plain simple meaning is the same as the word cnndzmn Adam was damned or condemned years ago because of his disobedience And all his chil dren by heredity share his weaknesses and thus share his condemnation But Adam is not condemned or rlainned to eternal torture nor to Pur gatory The Bible distinctly says in so many words that his sentence his condemnation his damnation is to death In the day that thou eatest thereof dying thou shalt die Genesis iI 17 margin After his disobedience thrIreturn unto which thou wast talan for dust thou art and unto dust shalt thou return Genesis iii 17101 1 This general sentence has rested upon all of Adams race from that day until now As St Paul declares By one mans disobedience sin entered into the world and death not eternal torment nor Purgatory as a result of sin anti thus death not eternal tor meat nor Purgatory passed upon all men because all are sinners Romans r 121 Jesus came to redeem two vlasses the Church and tub world the Church flaps to be his Bride and to sharp his htavonly spiritual King dom with hIm flit world to be blessed inl restored to human perfection and- o an earthly Eden nrhlwideGods footstool niudi jrJirlous The Church iml household uf faith willing to walk 1 lie footsteps tut the Master in the lisrn havc hViii called during the past isarJy nineteen cciitijrjes Soon the t I worthy ones the little ilovk with eater into the joys of their Lord at Isis Second Coming The inarrisjfe of th Lamb shall ecu a for his Wife ft ithave made herself retdy Rev xfcs 7 Then the worlds salvation will la due to btoThe Times of Rest itu tlon will be the ikuusnnd years of Me slabs spiritual roigu as King or knjrs and Lord of lonls FUvlily Israel wo are assured wlil thi restored t Divine favor a al itiLo j the special j laud active gents of the Mesaluni Kingdom in the lslJim of the Di vine favors to all tH fiaies of th earth In the end all tlu incorrigibly wicked who love inUyuty rattier thii righteousness will be dsroroe Thus as the Apostle dcoiarvs t sacrifice of Jesus constitutes a raU faction for our sins the Churchand not for ours only but also for tlu sins of the whole world I John fNonsensical Spurious Context Let us briefly notice another absurd ity in the addition to Gods Word fuun in the last twelve verses of St Marks Gospel fraudulently added and t11t found in any of the oldest Greek MSIS Notice the statement These signa shall follow them that Vplleve In ruy name shall they cast out devils tlyshall speak with new t y shall take up serpents and if they drink any loudly thing it shall not hurt them They shall lay hands on tosick and they shall recover verges 117 IS The majority of Christian mia isters and their congregations seem not to be troubled by the fact that they do not have these evidences of their rela tionship to the Lord and they do not attempt to heal the sick to speak with tongues and would not dare to drink any poisonous thing But there are Acreamgreatly perplexed by these words be cause they know that they are not true tl1rIown or a ques tion as to the reliability of the Bible as a whole They need to have the relief which we now seek to give them They need to know that these tire not inspired words but poisonous anti in DartImay consequently look elsewhere in the Scriptures and find the proper assurances of tlicir relation ship with God being demonstrated by the fruits of the holy Spirit in their lives and in their h rtsmclnessJgentleness patience brotherly kindness love Miracles In the Early Church This spurious passage of our text is used by many ministers who know or ought to know of its falsity But they have a certain theory in their minds to the effect that the miracles and un known tongues of the early Church were lost by reason of unfaithfulness to God and that Christians today Lshould seek for their recovery Not having any Scriptures to support their claim they use this interpolation and allow their hearers and readers to believe it to be the Inspired message To what length have people gone in sup port of human theory The first prin ciple of preaching should be to preach the Truth the whole Truth and noth ing but the Truth Every theory which requires bolstering up by spurious pas sages should be abandoned anti will be abandoned by those who are honest truthseekers Bcroans Our Lord performed miracles So did his Apostles And so did those of the early Church upon whom the Apostles laid their hands But no others have this gift Consequently when the Apostles were dead and when all those upon whom they had laid hands of blessing were dead these miracles in the Church were at an end We all see the propriety of this Miracles were appropriate at the be ginning for tile establishment of the Church and for a time were necessary for their encouragement In their early meetings they had no source of information aside from the Apostles whom they rarely saw or heard They had no Biblesno copies of the Gospel nor of the Epistles They needed the very arrangement which God provid ed tongues and interpretations of tongues etc to draw hem together and to instruct them until In due time the canon of Scripture would be completed that through it thee man cf God might be thoroughly furnished unto every good word and work II Tim Jii 1C 17 By the time the Apostles died the Church had become established had regular meetings pastors and teach ers time Gospels and Epistles and some of thsm had begun to develop the fruits of the Spirit Thus the earlyi Church naturally outgrew the tongues and miracles and entered a larger sphere just as a child loses its swad dling clothes in favor of more suitable attire For Gcds people today to desire to go hack to speaking with tongues etc such as was practised earlyIdesiring to be dressed and treated as- a babe It Is ou 1U1 cr the speaking with unknown tonguesfIn religious meetings which is grad unity spreading over the world is n deception being practised upon earnest bysIBible They are thus enslaved to er ror and have their attention drawn away from the Truth To what ex tent the ministers of Chrlstof today are responsible for the delusion of these poor people is not ours to determine Had the spuriousness of the last verses of St Marks Gospel been duly pointed out from every pulpit asvsoon as the old MSS were some at least might have been spared from this snare some who under misunderstanding have been hinderedi from proper expectations in respect to Gods Word and led improperly to ex pest the power of tongues and mira Lies sugge3ted In this spurious passage 4r 1 r tHE WINCHESTER NEWS H PaneFve a Ulan feel better or look better NOTIlINGmakes and every man ought to have them evening dress T xedo Prince Albert dress over coatjust for the Rood if does him to look and feel that way Wellsupplyyouwitn Hart Schaffner Marx dress clothes if we havent the exact size and perfect fit well gets t them a good deal sooner than it will take to have tti m made to order and theyll be better in every way vv F Bloomlelds Special Suits and Overcoats 1lf 1250 and 15 Prices on such clothes here are low enough Business Stits SO to 30 Overcoats S18 to X30 Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Shop VIC B too M F IE lDCOTHE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY 1lJU u I I WATER H EATERS Arnong Instantaneous Water Heaters The RUUD has J Foremost Boiling Water I1 BOpening he Faucet Askior pal tlars IIGRANT Will CO i 6 30 STREETt ZS1 I For Sale PrivatelyJ erzOHtcstaridVV illsellon account of other f t busrness t Ecfon Brost41introdT 50 N Maim st WinchesterKy f fSt t WATAUGUAIrt Mi s Laura Bradley spent SnhH1 f f r day night with Mrs Everett Burgher t liases Pattie McErannnd Carrie Lee Warner spent Thanksgiving with XiMJcy Hill Elizabeth Lyman- Mr and Mrs Si Fisher and daugh ter Hannah May visited relatives in Hstill from Friday until Sunday Lucicn Nickcll and Ray Pcndlctoi pent Saturday in Mi Sterling Miss Cm die Walts visited relative ill Winchester from Saturday nUlL 1fI11111 Miss Agnes Bradley spent Saturday and Sunday with Ethel Brook hirc in Winchester EIARk- FARMS COUNTY FOR SALE INOt 137 acres 614J miles south of WinchesterNO acres 7 miles southof WinchesterNO 8GM acres GM miles south of Winchester goodiments The land is good I desire to sell because of ill health Bargains if sold at once J B MARTIN R R No 7 Winches ter Kentucky Phone 490Y Wsntcd His Percentage Captain KiddWhats the trouble Cant you make the prisoner walk the plank Lieutenant No capihe absolutely refuses to be a part of the spectacle unless we guarantee him a percentage of Ihe mbvlng picture ie ceiptsWPuck r NOVEMBER lAMBS AT WEANING TIME mouthedIJ Pickering Ross in Farm and Fire extendsIover no need be felt until signs of exhaustion are evident then and not until then offercdI of a Iamb which soon gets on his legs to successfulIsee that the udder and teats are clean if uot they should be bathed with fairly hot water and a little Of the milk drawn off to make sure that the lambIa bottle with a rubber nipple or from u teaspoon Its mothers milk is best If It should turn out that from some trouble with the udder or the teats or from some other cause she is unable to supply it milk must be drawn from a ewe that has more than her own lamb needs and be fed as above The ewe must then be seen to and If in n day or two she Is still without a full supply of milk a foster mother one which has lost her lamb or which has more than her own lamb needs thisIa few times until she is used to the lambEwes milk is always best but if it Is absolutely necessary that from a fresh cow warmed a little may be used At the start a spoonful every half hour should be given gradually Increasing the quantity and lengthen Ing the periods between feeding This Oxford Down sheep are widely distributed In this country and Can ada They are the largest and heaviest of the Down breeds will do until a good foster mother Is found or until the mother ewe begins to let dowu milk freely Voting lambs surer very liable to get chilled When this occurs a bath of water as hot as tfie hand will bear It byISome warm milk with a little spirits should be given and the lamb wrap ped up in an old blanket and laid in front of the lire in the hut Constipation is also a common trouble with young lambs The best rem edy for this is injections with a syringe of warm milk or warm water gruel THE VALUABLE HOG Relation of Pork Production to tho Farm Economy Hogs by nature are designed espe daily for the consumption of concentrated feeds such as grain Of late yt rrs inore roughage in the form of pasture has been utilized This how ever is only one of several Important factors The hog must have the twin cilial part to do with the marketing of the concentrated foodstuffs and byproducts such as milk and wastes from the farm Where milk Is pro cured in large quantities hogs are al most essential except in unusual con d itions Where much corn is grown hogs fit In well In fact the hog is a valuable adjunct in the disposition df nil the grains and waste byproducts How ever it must be remembered that hogs grown in large numbers tire not proportionately so profitable as when a smaller number are grown Many people have made the mistake of getting overenthusiastic as to the profits to be realized in pork production and have attempted far more than they scald efficiently manage with the result that prospective profits were absorbed in expenses and losses Here as elsewhere success depends on good judgment Remedy For Scratches Neglecting to perfectly dry the skin of the horses legs after washing or when wet from rain or snow and al lowing horse to stand In cold drafts at such limes tends to induce scratch es Never wash the legs from No vember to May Keep them t1ryAt time of trouble poultice the parts with warm flaxsoil meal for a few days then apply freely twice a day an oint ment composed of one dram spirits of camphor one dram compound tincture of benzoin and two drams flowers Of sulphur per ounce of lanolin or lard In old cases when all treatments full blistering thoroughly with cerate of cantharIdes often proves effective Constipation In Hogs All thrift In hogs ceases when con stipation Is present Indeed It may lead to diarrhea because of the dry nnd Inflamed cpndjtion of the linlngbf the lntestins4a treatment with hold all dry foods give plenty of drinking water and n sloppy diet Sometimes exercise fs needed nndn 3o8e of castor oil j Moor Days Lv XMasI IMARKETS j CHICAGO Nov 29 WHEAT All the foreign news on wheat bearish this morning Liverpool isI weak and lower and has favorable crop reports from Australia an 3 claims pressure of sales of new Ar gentine wheat Spot markets abroad are weaker than futures There pears to benn over abundance wheat and heavy situation orI is nothing on tills side especially ish and the thing to guard against trndlIcan wheat on the temporary swells ami be in a safe position COR There tins been a stubborn Ice about corn futures hard to ex plain the past lea days The small stocks and decrease in visible supply count for little because of the heavy movement which has just started which will soon give Chicago an abut dance of corn Husking period about over und there is an cnormon surplus with less than the usual feed ing demand at this season Such conditions usually result in lower prices because of the already important lowering of the values the depression may be blow from this levelOATSlaevator people have their hedges Well turned over into May in the oats trade if the country move thisIlency especially if there is any depression in corn futures PROVISIONS Gelt says 28000 hogs are on the market against 28000 last year halfa of October the average weight of hog was 204 pounds The heaviest on record and those of last week 230 pound which was the lightest in seven month Shows that the finished hogs are close y marketed and that undoubtedly it is due to the advertised lowering of meat food Many unfinished ones were sent in regardless of condi Lion We look for a let up in receipts after this week ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Now 2CaWe Re ceipts 32000 steady beeves 450 740 Texas steers 42o540 western steers 425GOO stockers and feeders 3305GO cow mil heifers 220 af30calves 72 X925 Rees Receipts 31000 toady 63071fj Sheep Re eipfs 40000 steady native 225 C L2 western 27a425 yearlings i420o25 native lambs 42u 160 western 425G50 GO ITO BrownPro c aria PHARMACY For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries l Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore Phone us your wants and we will deliver 370 the gcois promptly Both phones CHAS A HOSEY Prop l50n1LJl11143t The Small Courtesies of Life The way to matte yourself pleasing to others is to let them see that you care for them and show people what Sterne called the small sweet cour testes of life those courtesies which malts no parade but which manifest themselves in tender words little Kind acts of aPtction and giving others the preference In everyday life These make up the much appre ciataOt small courtesies Homo Notes The Simple Truth Famous Painter angrily = I hear sir that youre boasting that you studied art unCer nreT NearPainte- rCainilyAndso I did sir so I did why I occupied a room undor your studio for nearlya month Classified Advertisements Ilc a wordfor a slngL inserticr 2c a wcrd for three consecutive In sertiJnsIsertionIDc a per Scattered monthI LUrilhingcents Qthing charged or hooks I for less than 25 tents FOR RENT Groom cottage with bath gas and all modern conveniences Good Dia blo and nil ta uildirgs One of the bet locutions in the city A bargain at 20 per mcnth Office in McEItcwncy Builiding Home Phone 72PastTerm 6 L Insure InIS1ROTHERS OLll RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OKFICK FcalernitT Ihone iSr m1IWainscott 112041 orFOR SALE A 5room brick cottage 1with all modern improvements on East Ilickman street Apply to Mrs G W West 120 East Fairfax street or Misses Eva or Tayor Gilkcy 14 Georgia street 112H3t FOR RENT 24 Oliver street 3 root gull hall first floor Good cistein gas all outhouses Apply to t P Morgan or IT D Coleranc 112S3t LOST Bunch of keys Return tc C C Robbins News office ll2flGt LOST King Return to 11 E File News offiic and receive reward r l FOR SALEHarness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col lars etc E A Lowry No 7 E Broadway 1123lmo FOR RENT Three upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gas and water 19 Buekncr street Sirs M B Loeknane 112J rI papcllpublished ialty Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark B Tan ner manager postoflicc box 454 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123lf FOR SALE Bronze turkey gobblers f3 each Apply to Sirs II B Fox route ll223tcod FOR SALE Inre bronze turkeys Sirs J F Golden Last 1e11 n phone 332 1117lmo FOR RENT 75 acres good corn ham- now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good nlllEctonsgrocerv TUNGSTEN1AMPSThe Ice Company in order to encourage withIns100 watt lamp 120 watt lamp JO 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a num ber of useful electrical appliances are selling them at the lowest possi daysWIN WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use hfrae flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eaual Rule of Contrary Ma you send me to bed when I am not sleepy and mate meet up when Ism sleepy complained Jittte Tom myloll lien AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful ejia made at Eat ps gallery dust thing for your friends Dot t de Christmas will be here before you realize it ll1fl3wkspod V I DE HAMPTON rrcsldea Cutter 0 F0 VIcePresldent Cashier AelmIe Comlty National Bank EfttubtUhotl 1865 ACCOMS of Merchants Fanners 1and Traders Solicited 1Ccllecllon1 Made onAl Points Capital and Surplus 4 25000000 jFARM WANTED 75 to 100 acres well implojnllll on good pike nut more than Oor 7 miles from Winchester TRAQY STOKELY 31 llt PEHDLETON RUSH BUSH Attorneys at Law 5tk Floor McEldowney Buildina Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law i fflce 5th Floor jSlcEiduwney BuiBihs Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVE SO I Attorney at tfcti- U S tfain St Irlcllpsteha Ky V W Hush 6 Company FIRE ANO TORNADO JSURANCEVINCHESTER OFFICE KcELCOWNEY Fhonc 1C5 SHORTHArW Standard Phonography the KUnrt cst legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known 3tt Lary t1l S Highland street Iloino phone 7o7 DRINK p Ia More Than Wet 1Notice to Taxpayers You have but a few more days fore the penalty is added Conic atl avoid the rush Under the present IItax law I am compellodlo collect all the taxes by December 4st Yours respeclCully- tWO BROCK She tiT 1015tf JJbw is the timo to buy Red Star coal for winter months fibyse Boone it V 1114Ct i fNOTfGE On account of the death of my hits band Wv II Young I will sell till dn tire stock of goods including a gOU eral line of groceries dry goods no tions etc I nvill loIcfrc the build big previously ocqup76fl by him at Becknerville t v mss E YOUNG Jl1112t THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for iJs durability and good work W51J ha toprospecticeither for cash or monthly payments C C ROBBINS News office r l p b y Page Slx THE WINCHESTER NEWS IOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO YOU ALSO ONE 25 WATCH OR RING Accept Them With Our Compliments We intend to give you absolutely free this magnificent Edison Amberola Phonograph as our Christmas present to you The machine sells for 20000 It is built of mahogany BesidesbeingIT IS WORTH HAVING 4 Come to our store and let us explain to you how we are going to make this wonderful present to you Our plan is a fair square one open and above board no catch no game of chance some one will get the machineli free of all costs Come in the first time you have an opportunity and let us tell you all about it THIS IS NOT A RAFFLE YOU TAKE NO CHANCES or every dollar you spend you receive full and complete Value from a most complete stock every piece ofwhich was picked with an eye to your especial need The machine offered is a brand new machine just shipped in from the iact6ry It is always on exhibition at our store Let us demonstrate to you its worth We want YOU to itatt w COME IN AND SEE IT JEWELER AND OPTICIAN C H BO WEN 29 s Main st inchestar Ky MISS MYRTLE CLINE AND WILSON MARRIED CINCINNATI 0ov 330Miss Myrtle Clinc of Thompson Station i1was married Tuesday at the Pfcsbyterirn church of the Covenant SpencerrIvy who had been arrested on complaint of the girl Wilson fvas brought from behind the prison bars to enact his part in 1 the ceremony By becoming the luis proscculicumother the girl said a promise tr wed her had not been kept and threat cuedsuicide Wilson was arrested and the oriel agreed to forgive him MEETING OF HEPTASOPHS 4 The order pf Heptasophs will have- a meeting on the fourth floor of tht Fraternity building at 730 p m on Friday Each member is requested to br present and bring a friend WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE YOUNG WOMEN EIN OUR Beth Loved the Same Young Man and Sailor Boy Watched Encount f er With Interost DETROIT lichXoy 30Be cause they both loved the same young man a sailor who with the famed fickleness of his profession found it impossible to choose between them fought for their love in a veritable battle royal Tuesday morning While the sailor boy prize in the battle looked on and cheered the contestants with impartial encourage ment the pretty young women pounded each other bit and gouged and policemanThe young women fought in mascu line fashion and with the earnest vigor of men The noise attracted Patrolman Baumgarten who stopped WE CAN SATISFACTION- when you see the shirts collars un dernear etc you sent here to be laundered You should hardly be lieve them to be the same garments perfeetlyfirstto wonder why you had not sent us your laundry work before What day shall we send for your things Winchester laundry Co J Citizens National Bank I Paidup Capital B 1000001 Surplus 351 000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS r l We wilt give you courteous treatment and attend promptly l and carefully to all bushes entrusted to us J D SJmpsoiv Pres A H Hampton Cashier i T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter A sst Cashier r t the battle to the obvious disappoint meat of the young sailor Miss Welch was wounded in several places by her opponents teeth and a physician was called to dress her injuries Pending her recovery Miss Brown aims takento the police station where she is being held Tragedy Narrowly Averted An alarming subsidence took place at Cleland Lanarkshire Scotland caused by the giving way of an old occurredIcaused at the back door When the woman of the house with a child in nearflyShe retained her hold on the door handle however and dragged herself back Ica KeDUKC Is still told In Ver mont the reply wUjh Mrs Chltten den the governors wiia made to some squeamish visitors wiio objected to meeting the farmlands at dinner We usually all dine together said the first lady of Vermont but I real ly think there should bis two tables set the first for the farmhands because they have been working very hard andI must be very hungry and the second for the rest of us who can very well wait Aided by Advertising Certain wellknown American prod eyeshaveFrance because of persistent andsystematic ndvorMsine Sand cement all building materials ill Iloysu Bonnes 11143t SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFE The very grave seemed to yawn before Robert Madsne of West Bur lington Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous curative power of Electric Bitters For af ter eight months of frightful suffering from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completer cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidney trim bles and never disappoints Only 50c at the Winchester drug store 1h31veit Royse Boone 1118tf 1 PENINL1OF HAIR EMPORIUM Mrs Mann and Mrs Savery Announce to Ladles That They Are Fully Equipped in Their New Business Mann and Savory announce to the ladies that they have opened a hairt emporium at 12LWest Fairfax Winchester Ky and are fully equipped firstIlldasst Hair singeing Shampooing y Manicuring IIIMarcelle Avayingif Hair clipping Scalp treatment We have on haiid a line of loose manufactured hair Orders G filled Bring your combings and have ithcm made to order We want your business Satisfaction assured We are also agents for the Amer ican Queen Correct Corset front laced with its Perfection Front Piece which are mrde from guar anteedmaterials throughout and are selected with the greatest care both as to quality and appearancc pattern and tcuture agGal and see our models ll23eodtf Monster Whale Drifted Ashorec A seventytoot whale weighing fully fifty tons the largest ever seen in the district recently drifted ashore at Cloughton Wyke six miles north of Scarborough England It had torImerly been seen five miles off by where it was in the direct line of coasting vessels and a danger to ship ping It bn sbeen cut up carted ashore and buried at the expense of he board of trade Something ofa Novelty Come on nc g to the theater with Anythingt spei t Is going to try toStreclte Curfew Shall Not Rf tai Tbnrght with her hands ptied l OUStOTKJPqsL tf j iI IOUR DEAD C Osborne was born in Clark county Kentucky February 14 1841 married to the late G II Osbonie 1800 and after a five days illness of typhoid pneumonia died November 23 1910 alt her home near Arlan Ky She was a rare type of Christian womanhood Sincerity frankness unselfishness purity and love of peace were some of the noble traits ofcharacter she possessed She always greeted her friends and neighbors with a smile and a pleasant word and was ever ready to bclpI in distress hiIu her loss for to know her way love her She and J for a long had been each others sole coin panion The breaking of the ties brings sadness and loneliness N can fill the place of mothers The mothers vacant chair eau never be filled by any otheiYTdlerTabsenci in the home can never be supplied She leaves four semis T ETiudW and J A Osborne of this place and E M Osborne of liuckciville A precious one from us is gone A voice we loved is still A place is vacant in our home Which only Christ can fill The golden gates were open wide A gentle voice said come Aral angels on the other side Welcomed dear Grandma home Her granddaughter BESSIE B OSBORNE LADIES a dont fail to see the beautiful fancy articles candy and ill laud of hand work Everything suitable fdra- Xmas present at the kings Dangh tors Bazaar 11302t INot Much of a Prize The first prize In a lottery held at a fete at Ableiges in France was kept u secret until the drawing tool place when the winner found to his horror that it consisted of twi graves on which flowers Were to bt planted at the expense of the giver fiiBrgiver is a florist andO also the local Jassfc5flsiuiv AUDITORIUM Two grentpictureswill be shown at the Auditorium theater Wednesday t- night A Selig and a Biagraph Sc Hg presenting Ranch Life in the great Southwest the greatest cn semble of the fast passing and mem shahImg at steer an bull dodging Chas Fuqua and Johnny lIu tins champion ropers also Henry Grammar champioV of the world at steerbtime record being 14 15 seconds Another prominent person in the picture is Tom Mix exUnited States Marshal expert roper and broncho buster The biagraph presents a dra matic picture entitled Her Fathers Pride a very beautiful story COUNTY COURT DAY Below is a list of the days county courts are held each month n conn Anderson Lawrenceburg 3d Mon day Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2nd Monday paid JIYNAJIE IS- AgeHow immejhere Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Nicholas ville 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Elarrodsbiirg Monday Montgomery Mt Steiling 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday MondayIday- Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Mondav Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle 3rd Monday Jackson 4th Monday i Clark Winchester 4th 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