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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f LAST EDITION VOLUME 5 NO 40 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK BALUDHEID TO GRANU t JURY On Charge of Malicious Cutting an 1His Bond is Fixed at 300Case Attracted Much Attention John Ballard was tried befor Judge F P Peudleton Thursday night on a charge of malicious shooting without wounding and held to await the action of the grand jury which will convene next week ills bond was fixed at 300 Owing to the popularity of Mr Bal lard who has been deputy policeman l for many years the case has attract ed a great deal of attention and the court room was crowded when the case was called for trial Ballard was being tried for shoot ing at Tom Smith colored on Thanksgiving night The shooting occurred ir the police office and after a heated discussion between Chief McCord Ballard and the negro The was working at the colored skating rink when Ballard went to him and told him that he must go with him to the police headquarters and straighten out lieshe had been telling the chief about him When they arrived at the station the negro made a statement that Ballard did not like and he jumped up out of the chair he was sitting in pulled his pistol cocked it and said that he would kill the negro He walked over to where the negro was sitting and would have killed him had the negro not caught the pistol and pushed it away froir shim The pistol was discharged bu r the bullet went past the negros head and out through the large glass win doll Deputy Strode caught the pis tol after the first shot was fired ane the negro ran away The deputy po liceman was immediately suspeneTee bjTMayor J A Hughes and Chief of Police McCord and is now off of duty At the time the shooting occurred Chief of Police McCord deputy po liceman Strode and Mr Will Dolphin a tnil rwere present anc Thursday night testified for theCbm monwealth Ballard was the only witness introduced by the defend ant Following is the testimony Examination by County Attprnev Davis m 1liltfI Inn Tom Smitlfc vnttriljieWinstLATiliieii I called and testlfidd akicfblloivskl 4 know Mr John Ballard Mr Ballari fired a shot in my pretence one night last week The first I saw of Mr Ballard on this night was at the col ored skating rink Ballard came over 1 there andtook me back to the police court room The shot was fired ii the police court room in the pres mice of Mr McCord William Dol phin and deputy policeman Strode Mr Ballard came to the skating rinl mitt took me to the police court room I was sitting back in a chair whet Ballard came up to me with his pistol in his hand The reason Mr Bal lard became angry at me was because he wanted me to say that Mr McCord threatened to put me in jail if I did irt tell certain facts in a certain wav which Mr Ballard was connected with and I would not do it j I do not remember the exact con versation that occurred before the shooting occurred I was not doing a thing to 1lJJ Ballard before he sho atme The first I saw of the pistt was when he first got out of his chaii Cross examination by Mr J M Stevenson attorney for defendant- I was sitting near the door when Mi Ballard shot at me Mr Ballar was sitting a little distance off wit Mr McCord sitting across the roon Mr Strode was sitting near me Mi Ballard came to the rink after in and I did riot go to him and voluntee to come up to the police station aiu make any statement I did not tel ir1IrBallard not to believe any tale that would be told him nor did I den leasanymade Mr Ballard only spoke three words to me at the skating rink hid not go to the police station unti Mr Ballard said come with me We will prove these things Afte I got up there I said to Mr McCord Didnt I come up and get you have thought of this case a great dealand know I was shot at for moth ing I never said that Mr McCoy came and got me and took me guy place 1 was the first to catch Ballard r pistol After the shot was fired Mr Strode turned around and grabbed it My face was powder burned and fore head skinned up with Hie pistol I am 42 years old- Examination by Judge Pendleton Judge I will tell you just what occurred at the skating rink Ballard came up to me and said What are to Co iCTITWTTTrTHEyou talking about me for You lied on me last year anil I dont propose to stand it any longer He then said for me to come on down to the pone station with him 1 never made a reply but went Miv Strodes testimony I am a member of the police force shootingI SmitheThe negro MrcBallard in e door and sat near me The first words spoken was when Mr Ballar said to Mr McCord What do I hear about you arresting Tom Smith und making him make a false state ntent about me Before the con versation was finished the negro denied telling Ballard that Mr McCord threatened him with arrest or punishment if he did not make certain statements about Ballard and witch the negro did this Ballard pulled his pistoland said he would kill him I caught the pistol Smith had no pistolor weapon of any kind at the time the shooting occurred and was making no effort to fight Ballard be fore the shooting occurred C ossexamination by Mr Steven son I do not know what caused the pistol to be discharged The ball went through the window glass two or three feet away from Smith I never heard Ballard say Smith had liedon him before After the pistol Was discharged the negro slipped down and out of his chair and ran out of the door I held the gun a few min utes after the negro had left the build ing Ballard commanded me to lei go the pistol and I did a few second later He then put it in his pocket Will Dolphin examined by County Attorney SFr Davis I was present when the shooting occurred in the police court room last Thanksgiving night Bullard came into the office with Smith After tin two men had gotten into the office Ballard turned to Mr McCord loci said Did you threaten to arres this negro Smith aiid put him in jail if he did not make certain state ments Mr McCord said that he did not make any threats but that Smith had come to him complaining about Ballard Ballard then turned to the negro and said Did you not Make those statements to me and Smith said he did not Ballard then said he did not propose to be aelver tised by Smith and would kill him He pulled his pistol cocked it ane wnlkcHl oven to the negro Qnly auk shotwoSrflml The shot was fiiV betforftiStrtfelp Caught the gin I think On rc examined by County Attorney S T Davis I am Chief of Police of Winchester and was present when the shoot ing occurred on Thanksgiving night John Ballard walked into the office with Tom Smith Both men tool seats and Balard asked me why made Tom Smith make certain state ments under a threat I told Ballart1 had not made Smith tell anythinp and this was corroborated by Smith When Smith told Ballard that he newer made the statement to him that I had threatened him with imprisonment if he did not make certain statements Ballard became angry and stepped over to Smit1iw th the pistol- c cl ed inJiis5hihd Yiien Ballad fiflijle Stz ole t go of the pistol jsgpjeel Jqvjeij to Ballard and said Ballard dont shoot that negro Cross examination by Mr Stevenson The pistol must not have been waited exactly at Smith when it was discharged or he would have been killed The pistol was pointed dan rerously close though John Ballard examined by Mr Stevenson Tom Smith called me to the cloakroom of the colored skating rinl Thanksgiving night und told me not to believe a word the negroes were telling me said Weil come on and go up to the police station with me I did not intend to shoot Smith was angry and intended to hit him with the pistol though I do not know what made the pistol go oft The negro grabbed the pistolwith both hands and we both held to it nneT T eras afraid of being shot myself I never intendedshooting him but I did feel he needed hitting Cross examination by County At tdrncyS T Davis If lirfriil I will kill the negro that night I do npf remember it rind do remember coclcing the pistol Th reason r became angry was that heard the negro was telling lies on me ACCEPTS NEW POSITION Mr Cecil Parks has resigned his position with the Strode Drug Com pany and has accepted a similar po sition with the Phillips drug com pany Mr Park began his duties at the Philips dug store the first of the month v W INEW M ftSIE4lI IuNoPHfiSION t Is dquartericeS of the Carnegie Relief Fund Asso ciation in Pittsburg PITTSBURG Penn DecO Plans Ifor the greatest pension system in the worldaside from the Governments pensioning of soldiers of the Civil War were officially announced from the headquarters of the Carnegie Relief Fund Association here Wednes day Corporation s combined with the 4000000 relief fund established by Andrew Carnegie some years since making 12000000 to be known as the United States Steel and Carnegie Pension Fund From this there will be paid to employees of the United States Steel Corporation all over the country pen sions as warranted in conditions laid down The new monster pension fund will go into effect January l next STRANGE CASE OF APHASIA Causes Victim to Stars Vacantly Un able to Understand or Answei Questions Intelligently NEW YORK Dec 2The attach apiHisiaPwlhich caused Thomas R Youhrg lhs8iflantf6 time BrcnVnBvilh Ietiitr lintaone bf theAvealthieSt Irtiiless nleiieVf that city 10 walk into theTapartment of Mrs Mary Menahan at Xo 201 East Sixtysixth street Tuesday foi which he was arrested on a charge oi burglary is puzzling the physician at Bellevue Hospital where he is cost confinedunder observation Mr Young came to New Yorl Sunday night on business He carried 200 in cash and 30000 in banK bonds of the Gates Coal and Coke Company pn Tuesday afternoon XMrsiLMenahan was sitting in apartment when a grange man open lHltle lour ch eredaMl Mere imam SiS shJ was startled for a mo ment ex1let ting the man was bent on burglary He attempted no violence however and Mrs Menehan observes that he had a fixed stare and acted a if he were in a trance She took hin by the shoulders and pushed him out into the hall Then she sent for r policeman and head the man locked up He was arraigned before Magistrate Krotel in the Yorkville Court Wed nesdayMagistrate Krotel said This looks to me like a singular case of aphasia and I think Mr Young had better go to Bellevue for observa tion What do your think about it prisoner Young stared blankly at the Mag istrate but evidently did not com prehend his words He uiiulc no re plyL G Moslener of Mr Youngs firm communicated with Bellevue on the longdistance telephone Mr YoungI family is away from onI a visit and probably have not heard of his illness BIG SLUMP IN TOBACCO PRICES Burley Scciety Orders the Hogsheads That Had Been Placed on the Breaks to Be Recovered CINCINNATI 0 Pec2Prices took such a decided slump Thursday that the Burley Society called off the sales at both the Farmers and Shippers and the Buckeye Avarehouseh andordered the hogsheads of tobacco altclpplaceeon More than 300 toabacco here ready for sale when the order came The prices we obtained at the Bodmann warehouse Thursday morn ing were so low that to sell would moan almost a dead loss and we were forced to discontinue the sale salt Fred Stuey of Ghent Ky a member o fthe executive committee of the so ciety when asked about thc suelden order IT II Kirk again was the heaviest purchasing 134 hogsheads at 520 to11 JB Heizer bid in 50 Jipgslieads at froth 590 to 10 the Alherican Tobacco Company U4ut ft75 to 15fi Spillman Plus 33 3c1 to Loudon ID ilt595 to 8 T S Dohrmann 10 at 520 to 930 C Maclntyre 8at1275 to 1675 W Walker Ga890 to 10W D Collins 3 and the Thatcher Company one hogshead The sales by warehouses were as folilows Globe Warehouse 200 hogsheads 79 at 495 toi 9533at 8 to 995 57 at 10 to 13 31 at 13 to 17 hogsheads995 34 at 10 to 13 13at 13 to 17 vr fAT LlY STABBED r- PU8UC1IIIOY Dead Man Was Father ofiburbot Perkins Who Was Poisoned Several Weeks A of11 VALLEY VIEW Ky Dec 2 Brcckenrielge Perkins It years of age was stabbed and killed Tuesday evening at 5 oclock by Reese Coates when the two men became engaged ill a quarrel thre e miles north of here on the road Coates stabbed Parkin twice in the face and Jice in the back of the head The wound in the splitPerkinsout Perkins died about two hours later T The trouble occurred when Perkins and his wife who tad been te Richmond met Coates in the roaei near they homes whcli are close to gether its they were retiming Tuesday evening Coates is a tenant on Perkins farm botbfo the men beinj farmers and they had had a quarrelsome time ago about the rent When they met Tuesday afternoon Perkins got out of his buggy and the two men clinched with the result told ofabove Conics was arrested immediately ind being unable to gife bond is still in custody Perkins was the father of Durbol Perkins the youth who was poisoned several weeks ago by eating a stale water melon Tu BAR CLERGYi FROMBUSINESS Pontifical Decree Governing Priestr and Bishops in U S To Be Made Public This Week ROME Dec 2Fifteen thousaue priests and bishops of the Unite States will learn this week the tenm of the leal decree which affect them asellns all the other clergy and tlte religious orders ofthe Catholic Church In it the pppe lays down a series of very severe rules regarding their participation in business affairs ofall kinds They are strictly foruidden te take a active part in financial enterprises even in those which have r charitable scope or to lend their names or influences to any business speculationThis is to be embodied in a new code of the canon law which will be published at the end of next year hut it goes into force immediately with the beginning 1311 This litn is fixed for all bishops of America North and South All of them wilt then he obliged to furnish a most elaborate report to the consistorial diocesessne year the Italian government will pro pose the abolition of the article of the constitution which proclaims the Catholic Church as the religion of the State RETURNS FROM BATH COUNTY County Attorney S T Davis turned from Bath county Thursday afternoon wjhere he has been for sev eral days oil legal business PLENTY OF WORK FOR BLACKSMITHS The recent snow and cold Aveatlier has caused the blacksmith shops of the city to be very busy All day Thursday andhridmev tile shops wen crowded with horses aneT mules to be fittedlitli shoes suitable for the wcatheiv nnd many werctiirrieel off iijYDRnp H081A I ATHjKindness on Part of Little Margar et Dupraz Who Fondled Dog Ends Fatally LOUISVILLE Dec 2n act of kindness onthe partof little Margaret Dupraz 12 years of age in rescu ing a stray dog from the gutter in frontof her home 120 Bellaire avenue where it had been kicked by a little boy probably was the cause of the childs death of hydrophobia Drs Smockand Grasser who attended the child say that her death was cans ed by a virulent case of hydrophobia Little Margaret Duprazs was intense according to sufferingI ers at her bedside At 9 nesday morning the child Convulsions These continued until her death at 8 oclock Wednesday night gradually becoming more se veaoJas the day adv l At 0 oe o11k t pJfUel si b lofreetygnize her fhther ashe bentOAter heir bed sidh afterward she lost con ciOisnessm1 1f remained so until he deathThe child was bitten about three months ago She was playing or her front porch when a stray dog wa kicked into the gutter by a pedestrian at whom the animalsnapped Little Margarets heart was touched in sympathy for the dumb brut and running into the street picker the dog up as Learned it to the pore where she tried to nurse it Tin animal snapped inflicting a sligh scratch on the right thumb This wa cauterized at the time and the inci dent Was forgotten by the childand her family j4 r Last Sunday moriinrythe little girl failed to get up and complained t her mother that she felt a tingling it her right thumb where she had beer bittenIt starts at my thumb mother and runs up my arm to the back o1 my head where it stops the chili saidThe child was kept from Sunday school and administered to in the hopes that the sensation would abate Her condition gradually grew worst the sensations in the hand ceased tinghand began to ache until the pains became so severe that Cbnvul sions and spasms followed KEFPERSI K ARRESTED Charges That Nine Barrooms Contin ue to Sell Liquors In Spite of Lo cal Option Law- GEORGETOWN Ky Dec2C Hayes Nunnelly on Wednesday sworn out affidavits to the effect that aim bar rooms of this tonvn continue to sell spirituous liquors althoug localoption is now in effect throughout Scott county Upon these affi davits warrants were issued by Act ing Judge M II Hagard and server by County Sheriff Ed Smith and Dep city Mulligan immediately Several attempts had been made tc have various officers close the saloon but without effect because the officers denied their authority to act in the matterThe drys contend that localop tion went into effect upon the filing of the mandate whereas the opposition asserts that it must become x matter of record in open court Both sides are acting upon legal advice HORNES STOCK COMPANY Hornes Stock Company tliat excellent prganization which has played Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Detroit and other cities comes to time Win choster ojiera house for one week starting Monday1 Opening Monday night in the west ern comedy drama Under Arizona Skies pretty Gertrude Hamilton and Frank Reaelick will be seen in lead ing roles Miss Hamilton is one of the prettiest and youngest leading women on the stage The cast is com posed of such people of recognized ability as Frank M Readick former ly with Holden Stork of Cincinnati Milly Freeman Whitney Collins Blanche Eppley C J Emmerick Chase Robinson Mr Fairfax anti others During the week the following plays will be presented St Elmo Lit tie Lord Fauntleroyj The Shores of Sin The Sign of the Four Under Arizona Skies Ladies be admitted free Monday evening when accompanied byotne paid 3 cent ticket purchased at advance sale before p m Monday The advance sale opens Friday morning Prices for the week will be 10 20 and 30c There will be matinees Wednesday and Saturday NOVEMBER IS QUIET MONTH In Police Circles FortyFive Arrests Being MadeOnly Ten Prisoners s Are in County Jail November was one ofthe quietest months of the year in police circles During the month only 45 arrests were made Most of the arrests that were made were for minor offenses Only ten prisoners are now confined in the county jail which is a consid erable falling off Usually at this time of the year stores are being broken into and other burglaries are beingcommitted but it has been sew eral months since any of these of fenses have been reported to the po lice officials SAlARIES Of CIH OFFICERS Will Be Discussed at Meeting of City Council Friday Night and Probably Disposed Of The regular monthly meeting of the City Council will be held Friday night It is probable that a large amount of important business will come before the body At the last meeting the question of the salaries of Mayor J A Hughes and other officers was dis cussed and postponed until this meet ing It is probable that this matter which has been under discussion since the first of the year 1910 will be disposed of DR RIDER IMPROVED I Dr John Rider who beeIiill foi time past few days with rheuma ism was much improved Friday arid was able to be on duty at the Brown Proctoria pharmacy ROYAL ARCH DEGREE Winchester No 12 F A M FraItemityourpose of conferring the Royal Arch degree MEETING Of HEPUSflPSiS Will Be Held in the Fraternity Build ing on Friday Night Followed By a Smoker A meeting of the order of Hepta iophs will be held in the Fraternity building Friday night After the bus iness meeting is finished a smoker reIlUestec1with him MR RATLIff LETS CONTRACT For Building of Streets and Pave ments in New Addition to Sharps burgWork Started Mr N R Ratliff returned from Slum pshung Thursday where he has been for the past few days in the interest of the Blue Grass Realty Company Mr Ratliff let the contract for the building of the streets and pavements in the companys new addition to Sharp bnrg and started the work FINE GIRL Mr and Mrs BF Gillispie of th county aare congratulated o the birth Friday morning of a 9 pound girl v ij fi v t WEATHER Fair and Continued Cold tonight and Saturday BANQUET AND ENTERTAINMENT Special Work Will Be Put on by Roy al Arch Chapter No 12 F A M in Fraternity Hall The Royal Arch Chapter No 12 F A M will on the second Tuesday in December pace a banquet in their rooms in the Fraternity Building and elaborate plans have been perfected for an entertainment on this date Special work will be put on beginning at 3 oclock in the afternoon The work will last until when a banquet will be spread in the lodge room A large number of viistors will be here from the neighboring towns lEASES ROOM IN AUDITORJUM tI iirr Mr J C Wilson Will Open Soda Wat er Confectionery and Fruit Bus iness in a Few Weeks Mr J C Wilson Friday bought the soda fountain which has been used by the Auditorium Company andes ed a room in the Auditorium building for the purpose of starting up the soda water confectionery andiffniit business Time work on the room will be started at once and will be com pleted ready for Mr Wilson to open up within a few weeks SLIGHTLY IMPROVED Ilnclclmwinenight by being thrown from his horse is improving and some hopes are now entertained for his ultimate recov cry DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Ella McCoy Mrs Ella McCoy Avhosb deatH at iucnr Indianapolis hid was reported in Jcr rimrsdays paperiwasaidaAightcivofriairi earl rthtflateJueye H GJIUush bffttfntJi bur fII cOnntyit ljM tl IruUuH Kiit ell J Shei was- the vielow ofHhe Jute Hamilton McCoy who lived here for many years teaching at the city schooland later on the place where Mrs Callie Gay now lives They then moved to Indiana where ofIHis wife was one of the truant officers of the public schools of Indianapolis jShe was also many time appointedat National Dele to 1iY1 the Governor to attend the meetings of the Association interested Jin that work TRIBUTE PAID MARK WAlft Wm Dean Howells Presided at Meet ing and Speaker Cannon and Hon 1Champ Clark Make Speeches NEW YORK Dec 2The intellect the power an dthe wealth of the land gathered in Carnegie Hall Wednesday night to pay tribute to the emory of Mark Twain whom the world loved because he made it laugh Wm Dean Howells presided Uncle Joe Cannon Speaker of the House of Representatives that is and Champ Clark the Speaker that may be spoke fro mthc same platform Dr Henry VanDyke of Princeton Henry Wat terspn George W Cable Bootlr Tar kington J Pierpont lf mgan John Luther Long andlmainothers were among those invited nThe meeting was hqlel under the auspices of the Academy of Arts anil Letters Recollections of Marli Twains life were given by Colonel Watterson TOO lATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALEEdison Standard Phon ande1500nJohn S King 48 Winn avenue Home phone 289 v 122tf t l r u r r i Pa rS 1 yty fa TfTWt 1c1aJu 1f i t1 1jJ JtIHII 1111 q i Iff Ittffll NEWS il w jJ An Jndepjndent Newspaper P i z I j The Winchester News Pi rt Incorporatedt i Pfflqej IJ 111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky i Difly Except Sunday i ItEntered as secondclass matter postofficei2 JttJi PJionH Kt II SUBSCRIPTION RATESf i By Mail liI 30Oou 251IIADVERTISING RATES plsplay =Per Inch 11J1zJUmo con9nu y Your weeks 4 times a week 210 180Ca Four wgeks one time a week 75 Reading NoticesPer Line 1Business notices body type 7c 1Pure reading news heading 15e continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate ai Class jfled Per Word One ipsertipn any edition le J T epsettwns Uoptinuously 2e h Bacn three additiopal insertions2c- One calendar mb continuously 10c tNothing counted less than 10 words j or item charged on books for less than 25 cents r THIS PAPEn REPRESENTED FOREIGN a tad Ot yeDYFJn ltj G BJEIE lsrt 1mmMat ijRAL CHICAGOtlBRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1910 i1 NEWtWhen we first came to Winchester a ti at there ad vas a e t tit iyre1gFg E e el Bs Wtele When the citizens wanted to buy things thjgentdirect to Westone I and wagged their purchases home I There was a mutual friendship b- tween the storekeeper and his cus exchangii plenty of seats around the stove where friends could sit and talk 11 i each other What changes have come in a quar ter ofa century We rile on th street car and order what we want over the telephone and a delivery cvvngon bring it Ijhjyis nllf vejcy r convenient but itiSwtcs ti factory and is more e enslve t We must pay for the telephone e and pay for the delivery wagonVilulirecJf lylfho consumer pays the tax We i seldom see our merchant and do not know what we have bought until it comes to the house Of course living is high We must pay the piper We 1 buy oncredit necessitating additional I expense lo the merchant in bookkeeping We must necessarily pay more than Fve paid cash i This ian era of extravagance forIt4too are nec essary We are going too fast and w6 will continue to go untilrte run i against something and then there will be a sma Sllrc have forgotten the- 1 years f 1893G We need to come to our senses 1 LONGER INTERESTED IJ3itJi Tariff law was I under discussion Representative lialph Cole of Ohio received many let I ters and telegrams asking him to see ij to it that there was a good stiff Tariff on I man in particular in Coles I distnQt was most insistent rind per J Distent lie sent in some kind ofa message every day Such as Protect thewQoi gwyers American wool I growers must be Protected Jont i overlook the claim of the wool grow ors and sb on w y WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTumINCORPORA7EP PtFinally Cole wrote to tilts man that he was for highly protected wool and iutendedto work for it und get it and that it might be just as well if the telegrams ceased Cole heard nothing for three weeks Then he got u letter from tIc man who had heel pestering him It read As regards the Tariff on 1001nct on your own discretion I e all my sheep PortIIur on TimesHerald ofthe difficulties in running a jOne isjloWcY yittJnterestcd parties working their personal interests the fprn of news items jill Wheuia man is cornered in Avronj he will give aversion of the ts that tints himself in the light possible 11edil not get as much fun out of the Governors convention as we ex pected It was a pink tea affair Live questions were tabooed South Carolina since the collapse of Tilln iii has not been much in but she is coming One of herprintI mers claims to have raised a corn that yielded 40 barrels to the acre Ours IS a country ofv pnQflje2tlH cr In the North sec rains nearly every day In sections otJffie aiiduVeWesf l ver J iilllnow continually In Southern JJjor ida those that have pot be liou of the State dont know what snow is Art educator advises that boys in our schools be taught how to sloot1 We are opposed to it We know of nothing more dangerous than a fool boy with a gun oly pistol 4tJentli it lia itrary rue because they have to jthd fence chargesthat Governor Marshallof that State is in league with the li quor interests Not necessary to make the charge No one ever doubt ed it Pure silk hose this week only 49 cents Ideal Xmas present McCord 1S Phillips CTRYTflISl t t l TWO MIf UTE CURE FOR COLD IK Dii HAD OR CHEST Itiis Curing Thousands Daily and Saves Time and Money Oct a bowl three quarters ftlllof boiling water and a towel Pour into the water a teaspoonful of IIYOMEI pronounced lEgho ine Put your head over the bowl and coyer both head and bowl with towel Breathe the vapor that irises for two minutes and presto your head is as clear as a bell and the tightness in the chest is gone Nothing like it to break up a heavy cold cure sore throat or drive away- a cough Its a pleasant cure Youl feel at once its soothing healing and beneficial effects as it passes over the inflamed and arlritated membrane 50 cents a bottle at druggists every where Ask Phillips for extra bottle Hyomei Inhalenr SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How art appalling Calamity in his funnily cysts prerentediS told by A D ilcDonaia hqf Fayettenlle N C 1R F pNoS My sister had eon su p writes she was very thin and male hal no appetitl and seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr King New Discovery was tried and St completely cured her that she hay not been troubled witlr a cough since Its the best medicine I ever sate pi heardof For coughs colds la gl ppe asthma ci Jiemonhage all r pchi1r troubles it has no equal 50e100 Trial bottle free Guaraiiteedxb3 Winchester DrusCom 3 parry WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE ONI1Y THE pyNDESt BEAMS should be used in any building operation Any defect in them may mean the collapse of the structure is suse to shorten jtsli t vallii beams and other lumber here thus making sure there will be no soft or weak spots to spoil an otherwise well built structure N rth fAVOR Uf rUE DffENSEI Are Jcisions iji Trial of Hattie Le Blanc a Pretty Nova Scotia Girl Fcr Murder CAMBRIDGE Mass Dec2rrwo decisions in favor of the defense ij the trial of Hattie LcBlanc a pretty Nova Scotia girl charged with the murder of Clarence F Glover and the accusation by Uic defendants cOil Psel that Mrs Lillian M Glover widow had the iiiotive inclination and opopilunity to shoiSj her ljusbaud were the developihenisin the cast Wednesday Mrs GfloYcr is a cousin of the defendant District Attorney Iliggins fought hard to get before the jury G lovers Tying declaration that Hattie Le Blanc had shot him Judge Bend overruled him however saying after hearing 14 witnesses that the evidence did not show that Glover knojv his end was near The District Attorney told the Court the dying dec laration was one of the essential props of the Governments case and that only circumstantial evidence roj mailed 1 At The prosecution had not gone far when it found that the defense was seeking to turn the attack to Mrs Glover I expect to prove this said Attorney Johnson for the defejiise by the acts and declarations of this wo man before and after lies hupbandt murder I desire to show that she was a vampire and I use the word Bond decided to repeat In method of weighing the evidence be fore allowing it Jo be submitted U the iury jniis fivUiinccvfl givci b Dr N Y foiizciiswhoo owns tin er Ktag MffiI911vat CbiixenV telephoneof her refusal to see her husband am of her request that she be notified iii ase of Mr Glovers death The prosecution then called Mrs Clover She told of her discovery of the alleged relations between hei husband and the defendant She explained her failure to see her hus band at the hospital by saying she was faint Although officers searched hei house twice and she searched it once it was not until three days nficr the illi cd murder that Hattic LbBlanfl vas foundltidin uhderra bed In one of ttlic rooms How she canid there the witness did not know SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE ALL NEXT WEEK Starting Monday Dec 5 Homes Stock Co Carload of Scenery i PEOPLE 17 i Opening play Monday The Western Comedy Drama Under Arizona SkiesffA I Prices JOe JOc SOc LADIES FREE Monday when accoml anied by one paid Sec ticket purchas d at ad yanced sale before 6 P M Monday- Seatson I sale Friday aLStrides1- Drug Store 9 A Mr r RAllRD JMfU8LES1 5XiHBrpN EASTERN fry coI rime Carl In Effect lung 21 90Sj 1J tU Le e ounu i 1iO1 Utatloni PM A1W 1 I Av La on 2iI 17aa Kinciiester pO5 8 ib- LkJ3 Junetipa fj 320 826 Way GitT II 50h 50 02 1f r 5tv 43rpPcnteaicyville June 510 llOX7- Atiip 5 37 lU 45 6 t K Junction o05 1115 vr Jackson 610 11120 NpiJ No3lotW Gtbognd paiiyJDaily gun IiOnh v Jackson 610 122 700 0 K Jnnol6a5a35 705 Athol 640j252 730 Beattjyille June 747I 3 20 7 5g Torrent 730I41 8 iv Natural Bridge 745 3551 826 mptClnThnc 748 828571 Stanton 815 854 Clay Cityr 325 4 35 9- 0L1 June 900 934 Winchester 912 15q7j 943- irLexington 19 551 10 2u trHEARE BADE DAILY iX CEPTS J trA L E Junction Trains Nos 1 tad 3 will make connections with the 3 0Jiyfor ijl Sterling Beattyyille Junction Trains Nos and 4 will male connections with he L A Railway for Beaity ille Ky- Crmnton Junction Trains Nos i i 3and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passenger o and front Campton Ky 0 K Junction Trjui Nos 3 d 4 will onuect vitli the 0 K- ilway1jjf farE Crturplkrltvlv ano way stations 2 will make connection with the L A railway for Beattyville Ky W A MDOWELL Oenl Mgr TJAS SCOTT EOUISVIClE P A NASHVILL Southbound 037 CmcinnatJIvnoTTille local dives 1016 a mj departs 1019 a L No 33CincinnatiJacksonville raited 10 39 a No 9 MaysvilleStanford local nth Cincinnati connection artrivesfltG y1departs at 035p m liIpihdU17Northbound t No AtlantaCincinnati limitec 457 a m No StanfordVIaysville toes lonnectine Sit Paris far Cincinnat due at715 leaves at 722 a m No 38KnoxvilleCincinnati lo al arrives 248 departs 253 p m tdipriLoilhalted All are daily except Nos 9anc 10 which are daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 853 a m No 22 Daily 12 10 p in tNo3 t ir r WestbouiC w So 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m No 21 Daily 648 a o25 Paily Ex Sun 250pnSo 23 Daily 413 p m Ob rr cement nIl building materials t lioye Bonnes llH3t ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is u season of trouble The frost bitten toes antI fingers chapped hyids and lips ihilbjains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklcns Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at Winchester Drug Company HANDS IN HlS RfSiGNAIiUNI Htt tit John Ballard Deputy Polfccman of Winchester For Many Years Resigns Thursday Night tIt Ballard who has been deputy in this city for many ypaK Thursday night handed his resigna tion to Chief of Police ilcCord The resignation will be read to thc councilat its meeting Fli1aynight and is as follows To the honorable Chief of Ioliec Mayor and Board of Council Gentlemen I hereby tender my ics ignation as a member of the police force of the city of Winchester t take effect December 2 1910 SignedrJOHN W BALLARD TAKES STUD IN HIS 01 mm Case of Ccmmcrtweajth ys Wcnd ling Charged With Murder in Len isville Progresses Rapidly u LOUISVILLE Ky Dec 2Alf killed the little girlno one sjiw me but God und lIe cant come down and testify With the testimony of Chief of De leclivcs Carney of the Louisville force that Joseph Wcndling had made the foregoing statement immediately following his arrest in San Francisco the prosecution in the trial of Wend ling who is charged vith murdering Alma Kellncr rested its case Thurs day The words attributed to Weiidliiifr by the officer had previously leer testified to by Detective Sft ganf Thps F Burke of San Fro c 31pi who assisted in the of Vei7 3Ncxtto two detectives most interest was excited by the evidence of Mrs Cora Muuea a milliner of Hume Mo to whom Wendlihg paid court while she was visiting relatives Houston Jfexas Mrs Munea testified that Wcndling re resented hiuisejf to be a rich Frenchman and showed n wound in his hand Ayhich he claimed to have reeeived during the Boerwnr Wendling displayed noempUon rile the examination f 1Chr e ftfJls est yt nesses againstrlum u11Ir47ttThttrsdayecutious side came sooner than was expected Joseph Wendling topk tie stand it his own defense Thursday night and- denied laying any knowledge of Kcllner with whose murder he is charged He declared he left Louis ville because of domestic troubles and had absolutely np knowledge of any crime having been committed prior to his departure t New Jewelry Store Nora is the time for Christmas shopping Come in and see our line of Christmas presents We have something suitable for each and ev eryone and our prices arc right Remember the early buyer has first choice Watch and clock repairing Al work guaranteed Chas A Carrithers ll285w Jeweler Chance for Occupation GroiitySee here youve had my lawn mower a whole hour Do you think I Qught to be kept standing around here all day wasting my time waiting for it ProutyCertainly net Id be glad to have you rake my lawn in the meantime old man Boston Globe NTEDJ irfirssiwr iThe Junrsiiop iuts AND FPSJ W Hisle wants all the Hides and Furs in the community He is so situated that he is able to pay more than any other dealer in the city Bring in your Furs und Hides and wtlie cash i i THE BRIpGifijJNR SHOP J W WILE Prop rwtp tlwr5 I c I i i i You Kind of Overcoats r TIr r o1b2 il When the frost thebsnow is in the air that means a ncv over coat dpesiit it 7 If youre looking for the unusuallet us s OVit to you Our overcoat stock in clucks all the new innovations s and style features for Fall and Winter wear These coats are made by fashion experts Mich knowIhow to give1 you thegreatest value for the least Iccostaca1Twillconvince you HI q iJ till jPJIJ 11IiJt n Keyesi Winchester KY2 F = tPe o ple sState Bank i00100000Surplus 1In our short history of a few years we have hilt up a bash aness 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 growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing midi our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in ail 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 ustomcnj and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HObGKIN Cushier J L BROWN Pros L B COCKRELL V Pros y ONLY 4e IM STAMPS PIg ior a sample bottle of the FINEST FRENCH PERFUMEf cfthei1pc r J PLJi1JFIiER1E ED PlfJAUD DEFTM ED PI3AUD ELDS KCW YflftK r I i t 1 1 f T f 4 l THE WINCHESTER NEWS ra Thrll ITS OFF THE GREAT 20000 Phonograph Contest wonderful interest is being shown already Many tickets have been given out People are talking about this wonderful offer we are making Have you seen it have you heard about it if not come in and let us tell you all about how weI are going to give you this 20000 Christmas p present and the 2500 second present They areiworth havingCIHIBOEN X tt r f Jeweler and Optician Winchester Ky JtSOCIETY Housek can Well be imagined than that of the production of Powhatan the Indian mic opera which will appear at the I Winchester opera house on Thursday December 15 It has for its principal theme the ejaptairc of JolnitSntilhb the Indians and his thrilling rescue by PponhOH1 tas the beautiful Indian Princess an historical incjdjent tilel kqowii jj There will bea tribe of radians composed of Indian maidens war f riors papooses Indian feather girls Indian dance characteristic and a l band of little braves of Powhatan in p unLimfeathn All are in beautiful costume ofa t kind of barbaric splendor bead and fringe work in bright colors galore 1Jroducing a most fantastic charm l effect under ilie spec larcleclncal appliances i PtWamC1 t6 Ii1frJ t1ti trainjs bids fair t oxcellmost offer ings of amateur production The opera is being given under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy under the personal di rection of Mr Albert L Baker who comes to our city with the best cn 4 Iftorsement from other towns and cities where he has had charge of similar production along operatic lines l Entertained at Ford Mr and Mrs J W Howardof Ford Ky entertained this week with courtroses to enjoy the delightful hospitality j were Mr and Mrs Frank Haggard Winchester Ky Miss Bunting Cincinnati Miss Pearl Haggard Win chester and Mrs J W Wills Paris Ky For the Church The ladies of Mt Olive Baptist church ltc1iaricyster supper rtt Inuit gpliK if hqujji rcceujly for the benefit of the church and netted aboup twen ty dollar above expenses I PositionI popular druggist iu Strodes pharmacy has accepted a position with the Phillips Dj ig Sojvvlierc lie yU4 e pleased to see his friends IAJFamily Reunion frs John C Sumpter held this week and had as their guests Mr and Mrs Ira- Sinnlfefll5an11Irsf J R Ragland of Jicxinqton Mr and Mrs Shirley P arid Mrs Jamesfeump ter Mr and Mrs Walter Mr James G Sumpter Sr Mr Frank Hayden Mr J W Hayden Wilmott Sunrpter and Richard Cox A bou tifnl dinner was spread and the occasion was very greatly enjoyed SupperMr the genial host for a stag supper at his home on Thursday evening The guests for the delightful oc casion were Mr Clay Boone Mr James Boone Mr William Garner 1Mr William Harris Mr J W Poyn tor Mr Oscar Johnson Mr James Hensleyy lff Qulsty Bush and Rev Who Said Soup Dont that go good for dinner on a cold day We carry the most com lets line of soups in the city JIIF E A T U R I N G wpt The Celebrated FrancoAmerican Line ill l7arreties Bouillion Mock Turle Oxtail Heintz Famous ii Tomato Soup made from Choice Tomatoes and Pure Cream 1015 and 25c Sizest- hese r i Besides leaders we tarry a complete line of Van Camps Sniders Monsoon Popular Size Soups1Oc per can WHEN SOUP HUNGRY PHONE 40 MacNeill Weathers Both Phones No 40 l f IL l lt y u ii b IIn f a1 r lyt t kj11 a Ie ru Ir j 44Tr tn iJaHfij alf i9lr Ibaktnt 64 a11ddf iiiru i Clifton B Rossr1JA1 I The carefulshopper who desires unusualvalues at reasonable prices should inspect our assortment of SAMPLE SUITS which we are offering at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Also see our line of handsome coats and the beautiful silk and linen- TAILORED SHIRT WAISTS we have in stock If you are looking for a suitable Christmas present for your wife or sweetheart see our display of fin BrasswaieNW- eq 9Uii i have umbrella stands jardeniers in alh sizes f and many other beautiful anduseful articles There is no more acceptable gift than a bandsol1lCM ALLIGATOR POCKETBOOK We Give S H Green Trading Stamps Clifton B JossIf9f13fmr 4Y1j ll JI ti Iiu t lf i itnh rti11 jP Iiii iit iye ill1 r Iiiflti h 1 oJ n j ifI G W Shepherd ijarIorS1eJet palms and ferns The inenue was perfectly prepared theilaiiltyand many other delicacies SterlingisBooncsboro pike Miss Annie Woodward visited Mt Sterling the first of the week inII Mr Marvin Spradling was in ingsvillc on legal business this week Olass tBel tie Shaw spent fromIIWednesday till Monday with ter Mrs A B Martin at Winchester Mr and Mrs Cecil Parks have re turned from a delightful visit to In diana and Dayton Ohio Mr Andrew Lisle and Miss Jessie Belcher of Ford were married in Richmond this week by Rev E R Gertrude Tucker of Danville who has visited here was married LouisIilJc city IHe prley Chandler of ITarrods is visiting Rev and Mrs 0 J Chandler Mr and Mrs N P Van feter have moved to the residence of Mrs and Mrs B R Jouett for the winter Mr J C M Day has returned from a hunting trip in Wisconsin Besid es other big game Mr Day killed two deerMiss Margaret Rayburn has return ed to her home in Richmond after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs H B Scrivener Mrs Chester Tanner is expected from Oklahoma City Okla to visit relatives here Mrs Tanner was formerly Miss Nellie Hall of this city- WEBSTERBRANDENBURG The marriage of Miss Bessie Lct Teb1stcrRev J H Newberry In Thursdays issue of The News though a mistake the brides surname was given as Osborne OUR HOLIDAY GOODS Are daily arriving Come in and inspect them Many novelties in Sterling Silv- erBaldwin BrosSign ol Big Watch 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY iiEJrARThe block long flame Red Ash Coal the best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every load z ROYSE WBOONE Winchester Ky Both Phon sI 6 ROOMTOBES KILLS HIMSELF Put on Wedding Clothes Placed in His Mouth Tube Leading From Jet and Turned on the Gas NEW YORK Dec 2While friends were gathered at 571 Lorimore street Williamsburg to witness his mar riage to Miss Carrie McAllister George Loeffer coinmitted suicide in the home yhich he had fitted up at 28 Deype street for his bride to be Loeffer put on his wedding clothes placed in his mouth a tube leading gasItold his finance that business was not any too good of late and the girl who is a stenographer for a mercan tile house had tried to persuade him from marrying until his affairs im proved He would not consent to this however Pure silk hose this week only 49 cents Ideal Xmas present McCord Phillips WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE For thirty years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help andcouldnt find it Thats why he wants to help some one now Suffering sod long himself lie feelsfo tall distress from Backache Nervousness Loss of Ap petite and Kidney disor derg He shpTOSr fhafc Elect fri9r Bitters work wonders for such troubles Five Qot tIesq he writes wholly cured me and how I am well mid hearty Its also positively guaran teed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at Win chester Drug Company English Estimate of Poe The best of Poe could be printed in a very few pages but in the general opinion of Europe at least it it the best that American literature has yet nythlngjelse J A Great Assortmenta Of Christmas Goods l 0 Vv i We have magic unusual reparauons aI ta for Utrheock of Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen in our store All Christmas Goodsidisplayed this week Imported Mechanical jjj Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras t Skates Steropticons Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexingtonr CDCallowayCo Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky The Artist and the Hallucinate The interior vision of the artist cannot be likened to that of one who is really the victim of hallucinations I know both states perfectly well an abyss yawns between them In hallucination properly so called there is always terror you fear that your personality is escaping you you think that you are going to die In poetic vision on the contrary there is a feeling of happiness of something entering Into youFlaubert Always on the Job Strikes may come and go and capi talists may rage and fume but unions will be formed as long as Dan Cupid has an arrow left and the pastor retains his skill at knot tying Youngs town TelegramT Ill n dians Americathe stroke popularly known as the Australian Crawl which however they discovered for themselves Save money by investing in Red Star coal now Royse Boone ll143t A Shes Taking lt Off Along about 9 oclock every night crd continuing till 12 a great sigh is heard as if from many who have suf fered long and at last found relief Sometimes it comes from many throats and sometimes as the hours grow later not from so many throats i but the sigh is louder indicating that the relief is greater says the Atchison Kan Globe It was a sigh of relief from women all over the world taking off their corsets at the close of a day Discovered Little Violet was Srida dximlnlng a beehive which wasflew to her Be ndistuil th jut of iTearsquickly rlrlorHfKrminViil oHort triumphantly Now I know who rakes the needles out of mammas cushionDer lineator ArlisTurnbiiII 1 1 Ii u e The Wise Turkey Makes Tracksab- out 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 Furnishings f where the lure of below cost prices is not held out to you Come here arid meet those keen minded buyers who always know where moneytoGreat Reduction i- nSUITSWe have in stock a com1 li beauti firtlrfully and WORKMANSHIP Arils urn bull 4rp q t r f f ttang Four THE WIHCHESTFR YFUV e r fS1 JouIFindThalln Greatly In easing1 Numbers men of most critical taste in clothes men who can afford the best of things to wear are coming to see the real value and the econozayof fine readymade garments Very few men have their shoes made to measure nowadays shoes readymadeare the almost universal rule Ori ein a while a mad with an abnormally large head has tp have a hat made for him but he so rare as notto count If Its the same way more and more in clothes the advantages i of having clothes made to measure are rather doubtful unlessII you have it done by some one of the few great masters of the art and even these advantages are more than offset by the disad vantages of long delay of uncertainty as to fit and general satisfaction When a man can step into a store like ours anda r 4 try qNI dy made such clothes as the e of j f tJm 4 i i t Jt r IIt 1 Il d r i 15 Si Y Lts l iC j Hart IiSchaI1rirS I 1rr tW 1dnI I its amazing to us that anybody ever thinks of buyingJ any other clothes Not only by comparison with made f toorder clothes but cp p redwih any other clothes IIiK tE OL readymade we really cau anytimarL should 0 r think of wearing any other mT r Theres certainly no question about style Hart Schaffner Marx are style creators many custom tailors and many makers of clothes copy what they originate youll find The Style Book in many a tailoring establishment used as a guide As for Quality of fabrics and excellence of tailoring you dont get any j better no mattes who makes your clothes allwool always in a j market where theres so much cotton adulteration that even the custom tailor isnt always trustworthy on quality Hart Schaff ner Marx have the best tailors in the worldr As for fit theres the port most of you hesitate about but its the easiest of all For if these clothes dont fit you dont take them and youre not out anything but a few minutes time But w can fit ybutor any other man better fit than youll get anywhere else 1 f MC J J Come and let us show you these clothes theyre worth seeing 1i i uils 20 to 50 Overoats S8 to 60 Inw iTH1 STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY f Ifa tit 1 L = T c THE WINCHESTER NEWS r Page Five Westminster Chimes u ew J 4WIIJ I TUBULAR BELL CHIMEx The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece a tubular chimeaoclrttcle of home office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement Insures correctness of time the solid oak or mahogany case with classic lines conforms to good taste and the melodious tubular chimes sounding the hours and quarters after the peals of Whittington or Westminster serve as a pleasing reminder of amplechoicethe moons phases in the dial arch We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co of this city and will send illustrated cat alog on reques- tGifts by Mail You can1urchase gifts of Diamonds Sterling Gold and Silver Jewelry Mantel Clocks Etc throughour Correspondence Department at moderate prices Corr solicitedtSilversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co Herschede Building fourth Street East Cincinnati Ohio 75 to 750 i J1E B ttL k Rrf by Telephoning1aveJtrime assnecessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED It 5 easy to travel all over the State and other States If you havent our service you should have w Call our manager for full information 16fr I4 = 1 W WR i1U i 2i B VATER HEATERSt A nJJ J U s tyvat rl r nt ntanlC r iXea VUQr s 1i FO 2rnosi Boiling Water Oy Opening the Faucet h Ask for particulars1X n r GRANT WITT COa 30 r NORtH MATT STREET toIt t f For Sale Privately Grocery and Meat Market A number tine stand Will sellon account of other business Eefon Broso21im cod 50 N Main St Winchester Ky WE CAN IMAGINE v it YOUR SATISFACTION when you see the shirts collars under l ear ctc you sent here to be laundered You should hardly be lien them to be the same garments peifeetlyfirstlo wonder why you had not soul us your laundry work before What day shall we send for your things r Winchester Laundrv Co f iIt f o r j Citizens National Bank I r 1 251000StWE SOLICIT YOUR BUWNES Ve will give you courteous treatment and attend prpmptiy and carefully to al business entrusted to us J D SJ mpson4es tAgHgETaniiton Casbler 1 r T F Phillips V Prcs J W Poynter f Asst Cashier LIVE WELL Its easy when ycu know where to buy your fOO1at reasonable price You tan get the best cofToes teas spices delicacies ehoiec lIlt fresh 1iry product toothsome hams ard bnocn mHr fresh moats to suit fhe tastes of people who know high grrde foods when they see and test them from J W DAVVSQNr Successor to J JL Pt izyLI NOd6 N Naiu Sf J 1pay6I 0 XMasMA- RIETS CHICAGO Dee 1 WHEAT The local wheat trade is in the atti tude of trying to bull futures on pos sible accident to the new crop with out any possibility of disposing of the surplus gout 1910 crjap at the present price lovol A group of pit leaders made spcuial efforts on the buying side yesterday and were partly successful in forcing a threequar ter cent advance but it was noted they had to come to the support of the market and give it ti rally on close trades in the face of natural selling pressure If snowfall over the south west puts an cndto the drouth talk the local bulls will lose about their only nrlument- CORNThe big shorts have coyer od large lines during the past week smaller shorts covered yesterday Before the day was over some lead ing houses were active on the selling side and the market closed a sixteenth lower for May with cash corn high md wheat strong showing a natural tendency to react from recent ad vance OATS b9 porary bulges arc due to ritJ Dii corn and now that the ttrfncipal shorts have reduced tiieir lines the two markets sire likely to act together aril show heaviness if tjvere is the movement expected this month with fine weather PROVISIONS ltsnys 20000 hogs itron the market agttin434 000 estimated and 23000 last year There has been much buying during the past week by a class of brokers supposel to be working for the pack ers and stock yards interests ASS C TEQrPRGSS SUt11 fARY CHICAGO Dee 1rCattlc Receipts 0000 slowand weak beeves 450750 Texas steers 420u o40 western steers 425G40 stockers and feeders 330575 cows and heifers 225G30 calves 79 Hogs Receipts 25000 3 and 10 cents higher G40735 Sheep Receipts 20000 strong 225430 western 275425 yearlings 420525 Lambs native 42567Q western 450GG5 When you buy coal fiom us you have no unnecessary delay in getting it Roystt C noon rllfS if t t The Philosopher of Folly God bless our wivesexclaims thti Philosophe of Folly Every time wu lose our jobs they spread the news that we quit to accept a much large salary elsewhere BrierRoot Pipes BrJerroot pipes are really made rootIlmaterial Want Any Coal Today Every day is coal day From all oveivihe city we receive orders for cual 4erbaps this is the day you intfiidci to order Let us fill your rut ior all your coal purposes Our ii bg rtiiritysj our Let it bo P1ac211to Both Phones 305 t JtL THOMPSON WITH HORNES STOCK COMPANY BANKS ON SURE THING NOW 8fePll never be without Dr Spps New Life Pills agjjin writes t1 Scliiugeck 047 Ih StBufTald N Y They cured ife of chVpnie con constipation when all others fat ile1fJ Cnequalcd for Biliousness Jaundice In 1icstionIIcadachc Chills May laria and Debility 25c at Winchester Drug n 1t Capital 100 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank O- KBfWINCKESTER KY e i N H WITHERSOON Prestdent 6WR SPHAR Ca3hiJ jN v rt 9r t SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTSt1f AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful scjia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont de lay Christinas will be here before you I kk7a li193ksco t1J UrI se OF lLl HA1RMPORiUMM- rs Mann and Mrs Savery Announce to Ladies That They Arc Fully Equipped in Their New Bus iness Mann and Savory announce to the ladies that they have opened a hair emporium at 12 West Fairfax Win chester Ky and are fully equipped for all kinds of work done in first class parlors Facial massage Hair dressing Hair singeirig Shampooing iAfiEcu- ug4P tl itment 11e hate on liRnda line of loose and manufactured hair Orders promptly flllotL Bring yoticombc- ogs and nave thni made toorder We want your business Satisfac lion assured r 0 We are also Arnertjean Quit ll Correct Corset front hi evil whin its prfecH01 Frnnl Piccp which n re nude from guari ajjtecd malcriaMlJicpiighouf ajuiure selected with theFjrcutest care Toni as to quality and appcjhrance patteiti and teuhire Call anti see our models ll23codtf WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE G K COllNTt iiFARMS FOR SALE NO 1 137 acres 131miles south ofIof Winchester NO3 8510 acres 4miles south of Winchester Each of these farms are on good imprUe1Milts pJCOTTONSEEOMEAL FOR WORK HORSES The Iowa experiment station recent cxperlmenIa was i given to the effect produced upon the nbiltrmaintain their flesh bud condition Vid also the econooij of the ration 1 The first expurimcnit included three teams of horsesqlllqcol1tfnued for 100 days They were started on a ration of corn and oats of equal parts by weight in which later oilmcal was substituted for oats in a ratio of about 15 to The horses seemed to relish the pea size oilmual more than the The Clydesdale breed of horses had its origin In Scotland They are about sixteen hands high tom andIin this forin When gluten feed was sub instituted in the ration for comparison with oilmcal it was found that some of the horses did not relish the feed thIsIas well as those receiving oilmcaL Cottonseed meal gave probably the best results of any of the feeds substituted for outs It was very read ily eaten by the horses and was foun- demeietjn maintaining the health and weight of Theraitcn ttitibn rea hell from the II a ti Qfcatedm that the eaya d aryj e of tiethorses were the same when fed corn with a moderate amount of any of the three I andQiSExample of Common Sense Let there he no strife between me and thee and between thy herdsmen Land my herdsmen for we are brethren theeItake the left hand then I will go to the right or if thou depart to the right hand then I will go to the left An example of commonsense to recommend to all unmixable neighbors relatives and fellow citl tens rte r FT Classified Advertisements 1 11 Ie a word for a sing inserticr C3 word for three consecutive In Fertions ca wqrd far each Additional InIsertten jIOca word per nJontn1 Scattered insertions lc per WI per inertionctlsthing hisertcd fcr Jess than ten cents Nothing charged on nooks for less than 23 cents i V FOR RENT 5room coUnge with bath gas and all modern conveniences Goud sta ble and all ont JJrling One oi tin be t locations in the city A bargain at 20 per month p Iv o- V Office in McEIdcwney Eciilding Home Phone 728 East Tenn 10 leisure nr STROTHESS OLD RELIABr 14 Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency UlilCK Fraternity Bldt Phone l8r FOR SALEShare of Clark County Bank stock Apply J T Bcckner phone 343 Home 11303t FOR RENT 75 acres good corn land IiatEctons grocery 1010tf FOR SALEAvaluable bmlding SIoA of miles 11fr1sell for 350 each Will sell toI white or colored people Address J M Stevenson 1009 Mound St Cincinnati Olio lllOGtI IIhogsPUBLIC SALESaturday at 2 pm at Courthouse dooiyji 7shares ITagan Gas engine hock G L 1WalncottL 1129lt j yIiftiST jlnnoli of keys t HeturnJf C C Robbins News office ll2GGr LOSTRing Return to IL E Eitph News office and receive reward FOR SALE Hiirncss saddles bug ig rubes horse blankets horse col lars etc E A Lowry No7 E Broadway 1123lmo FOR RENT Three upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Crrrs and water In Uuckner street Mrs M 13 Loekunno ll23t SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKH lleVWantrIspqo fully Catalogue on regncstISuntlt ern Magazine Agency Glnrk B Tan ner manager postoffice box 434 OI 1C phone 541 Wincbdifer Ky 1123tf FOR SALEBronze turkey gobblers 3 cucb Ajiply to Mrs R B Fox route 11 23teotl turkeysMrsphone 332 1117lnio TUNGSTEN lAMPS The Winchester Railway Lignt Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current have arranged with us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present 1Zi0xiriittlamp j100 watt Jamp A iWo 60watt lilttz jpv iy 140 watt himn i t70I2o watt lam and we in order to introduce a num- bernf useful electricaL appliances are selling them at the lowest possi ble margin of profit for a few days 11121r ELECTRIC SUPPLY COf Server pipe fajl jjxps at reason in bio mess nyc Iloohe 111431 Competition That CountedIThe first direct cable between Ar gentina and Europe was opened a short time ago Theother cable com IUnft SHORTHAND I Standard Phonogrrphy the sliortl st legible shpftiinnd Taught by comewoC ifidiv llnal lessons th3 t jnqtlvod of tcaqhing known J U Lary 231 S Highland street Hum phone 737 DRIKoYa4Ia More Than Wetfoil Now is the time to buy Red Star coal for winter months Royso Si Boone 1114Ct l1ftWINCHESTER HOLLER MILLS s The oldest and best institution ib the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use lume flour thtf best made Kerr perfection anal White Pearl flour has no eaual j =GO TO fBrownProctoria For pure Drugs Druggist Sundrie Toilet Articles and everything fount in a firstclass Drugstore Phong us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phone 370 T CHAS A HOSEY Prop Z IDIIAIIIPTON rtnlden Cuhler GOFFtJ r0 Dest cuhlt rftII r l1iNational Bank Established 1865 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and trailers Solicited IJf rF 4 t jCq 2ti n I e t on JOiSI Capital and Surplus tif 5000000 PESiDLETON RUSH BUSH iAttorney at Law 5ti Floor McEldowney Baildinjf iWinchester Ky At 1 lad IS R HA 1PTQNwti Attorney flt Law fflcr5lhJ1odr McEidowney Buildivi special Attention to Collections gf r iWinchester Ky r t Ill STEVEfSOHJ Attorney ifWI 30 S gari St Winchester K V W Bush Companl FIRE AMD TORNA- DONSURANC WINCHESTERKY r OFFICE McELDOWNEY BUILDItlCa Phone 145 Founder of Physical Geography y Alexander Humboldt may be consi4l ered the founder of the science o physical geography His great worig wsPventysixientific description of the world tl 1sa work of s remc and abiding Ialue nbtwitiisjahding the fact that new things have bi en learned Since the time of its publication M One Stipulation Two golfers at Plnehurst one of them an amateur who bad been ruin nerup In several big tournaments were starting out and a friend frost Chicago who was leaving that afternoon and bad packed his clubs stag led to walk around with them Iou go saId the classy amateur If you wont talk i iSweeping Definition r Every person who niaaages ariothsr Is a hypocrlteTirajieray t s rr U 4 Ji C Irk Pane SIx I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Rupardtewart CorOffer you the right kind of C1thior1heo1dwintej fbgkiqdthat protect you from the i snow and slush that we are bound to have the coming months t Do not expose yourself to the elements that we are bound to have when with the proper care and discretion you can lie as warmly andjItas comfortably clad as the weather requires rf jk9fMiw Do NoPNeglsct Yig r Feet ILThese are the days that iof are liable to acquire a cold that will last you all winter a pair of our Swell Shod or J M Shoes will give you the required protection Heavy calf skins made with leather linings will afford the proper protections 350 to 650 Good Warm Suits 3L s j Ofserviceable material made in the seasons most exacting r styles in heavy scotch casimeres vicunas v arid t worsteds just the thing that I =WifFe m tfutthe= Hr days 15 to 35 i Heavy i Oercoats Made convertably and regular collars Made jn the L long 52 inch styes or three guarter lengths coats that have 111 the character arid = Yyieteakurese7 uirP fJ1tr clothing S15 to 35 IJ 0 u j i Jt11 Heavy Underwear That You Will Find Warm And COMFORTABLE Not the bunglesom kind that bind you but the easy perfect fitting underwear that will meet your endorsement 50c to 200 a garment J Gum Boots and = Overshoesi The Best Grade of Rubber Goods That will wear and give perfect satisfaction l f 5btttI e rnttJh I Sweater Coats and I- 7 Mufflers 11 That yon will fiind indis if pensable for the blustry days a vast assortment tog 600 Ask to See Our Young Mens Suits ThatweAre OfferingatR-REMARKABLE LOW PRICES Ij Vv v 32 to 36 just thething for vthe boy ppfschPfh p trWgood quality at greatly reduced frifffI Suits hat formerly sold from 1500 to 2000 SfHii J ttlBllKnV fent l TifHLflfc V + c tISi50A11tO t lr2iOO hu t A frJ iJ epIt= JJ f nJ1 RuparciSte war1 Co I S South Main Street t VVinchester Kentuckyrf 1 c ro 3IfX i