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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i + t t IJAST EDITION VOLUME 5 NO 64 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1910 E CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK I TOBACCO GROWERS MEfTiNG We have been requested to an flounce that there will be a meeting of tobacco growers of Clark county at the court house Saturday Dec 3 at 2p m All growers are requested to be present tRETURNS FROM a NEW YORK Ik Rev Frank B Wentworth Spends v Month in East and Attends Bi Banquet The venerable Rev Prank B Wentworth archdeacon of the diocese of Lexington has returned to his home in Winchester after a months strip in the East While in New York he was the guest of the Southern so ciety and attended the banquet given at the WaldorfAstoria The gov ernorelect of Nowi Jersey Wodrow k Wilson and Governorelect John A Dix of New York were present and made addresses The archdeacon says that the nam created nooseIyeltintroduced Governor Woodrow Wil son as one who would lund still higher than he hind yet There was considerable talk at the meeting of th probability of his nomination by the Democratic party as a candidate for President Governor Wilson remark ed in his response that he did not care where he lit so that it was JIfJ on some fellows neck INDICTED ON- TWO COUNTS i Is Found Innocent of Housebreaking and Is Confronted by Another In dictment Sevalian Smith colored was much disappointed Friday morning when he succeeded in proving himself innocent ofa charge of housebreaking to be brought backon onlyI jury had returned a note guilty under instructions on ai charge of breaking into a house Indian Fields last September Judge Benton read the verdict and told him he could go He had gotten almost out of the court house when another indictment was found charging him with a like offense committed at a later date He was brought back and with a sad ex pression on his face pleaded nol guilty to the other charge He will have to stay in jail until Saturday morning when he will be tried on the second charge 1 S JOUEIT JOHNVS G WHITE Suit Is for a Sum of Over 20000 Which Plaintiff Alleges Is Due Him for Sale of Timber Land The suit of E S Jotietit vs John GI White was begun in the Clark circuit court Frilaymorning The suit is for a sum of over 20000 for part com mission which plaintiff alleges was due him in a sale of timber land in Eastern Kentucky Judge Benton stat ed to the attorneys on both sides Fri day morning that the case would liar to be finished this week if midnight sessions had to be hel- dANNOUNCES FOR CIRCUIT CLERK Mr Lee S Baldwin Says Agreement Will Stand Should He Be Elected to Fill Out Term Mr Lee S Baldwin has announced himself as a candidate for the office 7 of circuit court clerk to fill the unex Spired time of Mr Jonas R Bush i jr statement Friday morning r Ban w jJ WINCHESTER NEWS win Saul that he promised when ap pointed by Judge Benton to act until an election could be held that half of 1the proceeds of the office should go to the widow of Mr Bush and that the same agreement will stand should he be elected to fill out the unexpired term The election will be held in May PURCHASES BUSINESS Mr B T Wills Buys Place of Messrs 9May Gray and Will Take Pos ession Jan Mr B T Wills Friday morning pur chased the pool room business of Messrs May Gray on North Maui street and will take possession Jan 1 Mr Wills will install an uptodate lunch counter and make other im movements IAfterbasis onland in order to do this I will go back to the original price of llOc for a shave except on Sunday the price will be 15c The rea son for this is because I cannot afford to pay 50c on the dollar to carry an account and then cannot willemeet with the approval of the J R CAIIAL PropI LITTLE CHILD IS BADLY HURT ThreoJYearold Son Trf Mr Nelson Holder Has Foot Almost Severed by an Older Brother The threeyearold son of Mr Nel son Holder wits seriously injured by an older brother whlc playing at the home in the county Thursday after noonThe little boys were playing withan ax and in some way the older boy struck the younger ones foot and almost severed it Dr Howard Lyon was summoned and dressed the wounded member and if no complications arise it will be saved CIRCUIT COURT In the Clark circuit count Thursday afternoon Mrs Nora Boone was 500 on a charge of being a nuisance but on a promise to leave the state her flue was reduced to 50 and she left Millie Cnry was also fined 10 and costs on the same charge and Mr Newt Osborne was fined 50 for shooting on the highway SAYS REPORT WAS MISTAKEN Was Incorrect in That It Stated That No Bond Was Given by Albert Dun ham The following letter was received by The News Friday from Mr Ab Dun ham who was tried in police court Monday night- Winchester Ky Dec 30 1910 Editor of The Winchester News Dear Sir Being a subscriber to your paper far the last year I have always found it an honest and up regardtterdays paper in regard to my trouble with Grant Edgington and my not being able to give bond was all a mistake The paper stated there had been an examining trial which was all a mistakes as I have never pleaded to anything Hoping you will correct the mis take and oblige DUNHAMtof 200 but it was nat until afterT- ime News was on the streets that the matter had been lup After the trial Monday night Mr Dunham was unable to give bond but friends came in the next day and arranged the matter satisfactorily with Judge Pen pmidt FATHER HAS PUBLIC JOB Declares Young Charley Taft in An swer to Questions Propounded to Him at Dinner Party- WASHINGTON Dec 30The President told a new story on his son Charley to some callers at the White House Thursday Charley is never averse to claiming all time perquisites that belong toa son of the President such as sitting on the players bench at ball games etc but he is not given to boasting The other evening he was a guest at a young folks dinner at the home ofa prominent official Resplendent in his new Tuxedo suit Charley sat beside a pretty miss the daughter of a senator Whats your name asked the lit tle Judy midway in the dinner Charley replied the son of the do yo alive was the next questionOh Washington But where persiste dthe miss Pennsylvania avenue responded Charley nonchalantly After a pause she put the final question What docs your father do Ohreplied young Taft fathers got a public job The President also told of an am Imrrassod caller who was presented recently by a senator Feeling it necessary to make some appropriate remark the caller advanced as the President stoodup andgf the Taft hand exclalln Mr Presldn 1 ery glad to meet yon I J std a whole lot about you rs NARROW ESCAPE OF PASSENGERS Coolheaded Brakeman Probably Pre1 vents Train From Plunging Into Kentucky River from High Bridge LEXINGTON Ky Dec 30Time coolIhe1ledQueen and Crescent train No2 the Florida Limited from plunging from the top of High Bradge to the winters l of the Kentucky river 176 feet below Thursday evening at 530 oclock when the observation car attached to the train left the rails within 300 inIjuringducing the coach to splinters The train was running at a high rate of speed as it was reported one hour behind its schedule and when it struck a switch about 300 yards from the bridge the last car which was an observation car split the witch and jumped the rails The car did not immediately leave the track Irt bumped along the ties for a considerable distance then tumbled into a bank where it was demolished Ac cording to the report of passengers on the train when it was finally brought to a standstill the engine had already gone on the bridge Much credit is given by those who witnessed the wreck to the action of- a brakeman lOse name could not be learned last night He is said to Imd- displayed remarkable presence of mind applying the airbrakes and probably preventing the whole train from being thrown off the bridge and into the river lie was also severely injured in time smashup but after hav ing his wounds treated here con tinned his run After the wreck the smashed ea was left behind and the train continued to Lexington Dr Hugh McLean was picked up at and at Lexington Dr R C Falcone- was secured to care for the injured There were about 12 persons the car when the accident occurre and none escaped without bruises scratches and a severe shaking up Most of the injured stopped in Lex ington for treatment but several per sons after having their wounas- dressed continued their trip The most seriously injured were btought- to the Phoenix hotel where they were oven medical attention IN FAVOR OF GOOD ROADSB- ill as Approved Is Much the Same as the Measure Drawn by the Com mittee of the Good Roads Assn LOUISVILLE Ky Dec 30Ag- ood roads hill to be offered beforet- ime next general assembly for con sideration was approved at the ses sion Thursday of the Kentucky Good Roads congress at the Seelbach hotel The bill as approved is much the same as time measure drawn by the committee of the Good Roads association and submitted to the congress with the exception of a few amendment and additions The only opposition to the tax came from representatives of Christian county They stated that the opposi tion was not selfish as Christian county Trill receive about as much a it pays out under the bill Judge Duffy of Christian asserted that there vas rccd for county iLam but that there was no need for state roads He said that time latter were not a necessity but a convenience and were used only by the touring car the gypsy wagon and the tramp A committee was appointed by Chairman G T Wyatt to draft the bill in regularr form so that it will be ready for presentation to the state legislature at the neXt session The members of the committee are Harry A Sommcrs Elizabeth town chair man Senator Joseph F Bosworth Middlesboro George L Pickett Shel byville Prof W Eo Rowe Kentucky State university at Lexington and Senator G T Wyatt exofficio NINEPOUND GIRL Born Friday morning to Mr and Mrs Jesse Rye a ninepound girl TENNESSEE JUDGE DIES 301Judgehospital The body was taken south by his son Seth Walker Jr Thurs day night INCREASE OF B B CENT Fifty Railroads Running Into Chicago Will Pa More to 75000 of Their Trainmenr 30The runLChiengro an wages 0 per cent Thursday The increase was negotiatioindBrotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors It will mean an added expense o 5000000 a year to the railroads The increase although signed Into Thursday becomes effective fro t Thursday morning The negotiations resulting in the increase were begun November 28 and conferences were held daily between A W Trenholm chairman of the managing committee of the railroads A Garretson president of the Order of Conductors and W G Lee president of the Brotherhood Railway Train men Canadian trainmen also will be af fected employees of the Canadian Northern railroad being represented in the conference The employees of this road are in the peculiar position of getting an advance for which they had not asked When the move for an increase was begun Canadian Northern employees refused to join fearing the defeat of the plan The management of the road however co operated with the other roads and agreed to the increase NEW CHAIRMAN FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEE President Taft Has Selected John W Weeks of Massachusetts to Suc ceed Postmaster Gen Hitchcock NEW YORK Dec 30Al Wash ing ui dispatch to the Herald is as follows Jt is planned by the leaders of the Republican party wiht the hearty approval of President Taft to haycr a special meeting of the Republican national committee in January at Washington when in all probability John W Weeks of Newton Mass willI be eluted chairman Postmaster General Hitchcock who tentatively resigned as chairman in favor of J F Hill of Maine who is acting chairman will relinquish his connection with tIle committee alto gether and devote all his time to the postoffice department where he has a great work calculated to consume all his time It is no reflection on Mr Hitchcock that he is finally to cut the strings which bound him to his com mittee It was simply a question whether he should give up the post master generalship The President has the highest regard for Mr Hitch cocks political sagacity and exccu tixe ability This action in making Mr Weeks chairman is the first great Republic an move in the battle for the Presi dency in 1912 Taft is the leader He will be rc SUBSCRIBERS J EMEMBER that the News needs your Subscription Money if you have not paid up Come in before 1st and give up a pleasant surpriseby paying up for a year We need the money J r 2 ffil J h f i S f d 4I nominated as repeatedly said He is now engaged in inspiring other mem bers of the patty with hope He has had a rather hard task but he ha = won Those wflio came here so depressed at the opening of congress now see light ahead and are prppared to go down fighting if go down they must The President very quietly has assumed the full management of policies He has also brought together many elements of the party that were wide apart His success amply justified the pre diction made the Monday congress opened that Taft would so nnpres the Republicans in congress that they wouldunite and pass his legislation OPINION IN THE CASEIJudge Cochran in United States Cour- at Covington Passed on the Matter Wednesday COVINGTON Ky Dec 30In the United States court Wednesday Judge opinIc on YoS Henderson against sundry citizens of Bracken county overruling the motion for a ne wtrial in part and sustaining it in part It will be remembered that about 150 men surrounded the tobacco warehouse of Henderson in Augusta and by angry talk and demonstrations demande dthat he sign a contract not to buy any more tobacco Henderson testified that they laid hands on him and threatened to throw him into the river if he refused lie signed The crowd then visited others and required them to sign and forced one Rey nolds Hook to the rivers edge before he would sign Henderson received verdict for 0000 against about a dozen defendantsall he could iden tifyIn the trial evidence was admitted as to the acts of the mob in forcing others to sign after leaving Hender son Judge Cochran holds that evi dence was competent but finds that the plaintiff failed to prove that all the defendants against whom he reI covered a verdict continued with the mob after it left him For that rea son he orders a new trial as to the defendant Chas Pickercll Jas Stone Paul Gerhard Win Kurtz and Yachel Jordan and as to all the other de fendants the motion is overruled on condition that the plaintiff reduce the amount of the verdict from 0000 to 5000 the court saying that while he did not wish to invade the province of the jury in fixing the amount of the damage I will feel better satisfied il they aie somewhat less This case was twice tried The first jury was composed in part of members of the Society of Equity and returned a verdict of 250 JmlgI Cochran set aside this verdict hold ing that he had probably erred in per mitting these interested parties to sit on the jury He then ordered a jury summoned from nontobacco producing counties which returned the 5000 verdict Myers Howard represent ed the plaintiff and the late Judge Geo Doniphan and IIargitt Kinney the defendants FALSE RUMOR IS CORRECTED r Report That Passenger Train Had Been Wrecked and Many Persons Injured Without Foundation The L E passenger train from Jackson due here at 912 was two hours late Friday morning A small slide occurred between Jackson and Torrent which was cleared away without damage It was reported in Winchester early in the morning that the passenger train was wrecked and several persons had been killed and others injured but the rumor was soon corrected EXCHANGE AND LUNCHEON The ladies of the Central Baptist church will have their regular ex change on Saturday in the Opera House block Luncheon will be served On all accounts aid in full before 1030 Saturday night free tickets will be oiven for every dollar naid C H BOWEN 302t Jeweler and Optician It may be hard for a man to climb up in this world but it hurts him Lworseto climb dmyn again u- r t T WEATHER Saturday fair rising temperature UNIFORM SYSTEM OF BOOKKEEPING Will Be Installed in All National Banks Is the Order of Comptroller of the Currency WASHINGTON Doc 30Discloc- s mires following the forced liquidation of the Quanali National bank of Qua nah Tex ten days ago caused the comptroller of the currency Thurs day to issue an order directing every one of the 7200 national hanks in the United States to install what practic ally amounts to a uniform system of bookkeeping thintlast two years although undoubtedly insolvent and although inspected at regular intervals by national bank ex aminers were unable to learn the banks true condition becauser the management refused to keep a proper record of its business trans actionsIn statement Comptroller Murray says his examiners were hoodwinked for two years 13 the way the hank handled its notes To insure a system of bookkeeping by which the true condition of a na tional bank can be determined at any moment the order issued directs ex aminers on finding a bankwhose exact condition they not determine to report the fact by telegraph to Washington and give the management of the bank 30 days to install the necessary books TOBACCO GROWERS To the Tobacco Growers of Kentucky West Virginia Ohio Indiana and Missouri A meeting of tobacco growers who have not been affiliating fif time Burley Tobacco society lucid at boxing ton Ky Dec 19 1910 declared for an independent organization of growers for the purpose of securing fair prices for their tobacco At this meeting it was determined to call a more general jnceting to bo held nt Lexingtomm Ja lUll at 1 oclock p m and the growers who have hilherto remained oit of the pool arc hereby called to meet at their respective county scats on Friday Dec 30 1910 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the meeting in Lexington Jan 5 1911 to form a permanent organ ization of the heretofore independent tobacco growers of the Burley dis trictSaid county meetings are hereby re quested and urged to instruct their delegates as to what action they shallytake at the Lexington convention of tan 5 1911 B F HILL Chairman AUDITORUM- Two splendid pictures in connection with Mr Dakin who will sing illustrated songs will make the bill at the Auditorium Friday one of the most talked of inventions of the day is the aeroplane and a picture will be exhibited at the Auditorium Friday night entitled Aeroplanes in Flight and Construction also a general view ofun aeroplane factory in Tammonsport and this good picture on the same bill is Oliver Twist adapted from Charles Dickens fa novel of the same name showing Oily er the orphan running away from the wicked master to whom luc was ap prenticed WRIGHT MAY GET IN- SENATORIAL BATTLE NASHVILLE Tenn Dec 30 Gen Luke E Wright former secre tary of war is quoted in dispatches received here in regard to the sena torial situation as saying It is not unlikely that I will get inthe game This is taken as an indication that Gen Wright will be one of the oppon ents of Senator Frazier when the senate meet in January Govelect Hooper has announced that he positively would not be a candidate TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LOST Pair glasses with gold frame either on Maple Hickman Burns or College street Finder return to News Office 303t FOR SALE Thirtytwo Western sheep 2 years old will lamb in February Apply to Freeman Orme E Broadway 30Ct 7w 7Vw Ih t t Jr J Paae two THE WINCHESTER NEWS t i Jy TIlE WINCHESTER NEWS rttL J Aft Independent Newspaper- i a Published by COrSIR l Office 109111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky ke s Daily Except Sundays J 1 Entered as secondqlass matter November 28 1908 at the postoflice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 Both Phones 9Lt SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one year 300 Six Months 150 One Month 25 Payable in Advance- ADYERTISINf 0 RATES Display Per inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type7c Pure reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same Item at double the onetime rate ray ClassitedPer Word I One insertion 1cr l2ic O 6calandllr mo continuously lOc Nbtfcingpcountea less than 10 words ITo item charged on books for less than 25 cents HIS PAPER PRESENTED FOP FOREIGn O AJVEIHISmG BY THE I fulItff GuN RAU OKFICCO r AND CHICAGO l tMl HruILLf1NFfRINCIPAL CITiES tn THE TOBACCO SITUATION t We do not know enough about the flmen who ate at the heal of the new tobacco movement to advise We do know hoover that the price of to bacco has ropped and that the lOg pooledcrop is bringing comparatively little We further know that a jf certain as fate the American Tobac co company will cut the price avmy down within the next year or two if there is hot something done to unite the growers A pool to be successful should have the county unit Each county should hold its own tobacco Time general organization should manage the sale and negotiations toward that end The now movement so provides We believe it would be wise for the growers of Chirk to send representatives to the conveutioiuat Lexington on Jan 5 Some one ought to he 6riwthe ground to size up the situation anti to be able to advise us intelligently r MONEYit A number but all too few are droppiiig in from da y to day in re sponce to our notice to pay up their subscription to The News Why is it thatso many mail subscribers be lies that time last thing to pay is a newspaper bill They either think we do not need theanoney or forget allabout it It costs from 12000 to 15000 a year to run this paper Our labor expenseis over half that amount Nearly all of it is kept and spent in Clark county This paper is one of the best enterprises in thc community r Nc all we ask is that our mail subscribers do their share No one d011lilrs91 w individual but in the aggregate it J 11 means much to us dJ1J We cannot run time paper on win- dnnor can we dodge the ruling of the pus department if we allow our- Sitbseribeisto become delinquent for r rr three months The Washington au t thorities insist that a daily paper f must have a clean list KAr 11 Wen1e endeavoring to live np n the ruling and for that reason if you find the paper cut till you ill know rt it is because you are more than three i months in arrears Send along a jt i ii r r Winchester Lumber INCORPORATED and Manufacturing CoI T check had Ve will gladly put you back on the list It is not because we will not trust you L t i account of the ruling We are urging all to pay up in advance The subscription price is payable in advance for all mail subscribers But more than that we do not want to bother you with notices ev ery for months nor can we afford to send them out The insanity dodge is being carried to time limit Even bank looters arc claiming the benefit of insanity We met a gentleman who is a member of time legislature from one of the Ohio river counties and wants to be senator on a train the other day H is opposed to the road tax In oft conversation it developed that he thought Gen Humphry Marshall and Thomas Marshall were one and the same person The regard that the politicians have for time newspapers Was shown at Louisville during the press meet ing The candidates were there with one accord If time eagerness with which vote buyers and vote sellers of Adam county Ohio are fessing up should become epidemic the voting population- of the country would be materially decreased Members of the New York Jockey club raised about half a million dollars to defeat the antigambling bills before the New York legislature A remarkable Uiingibout it is that the club is unanimous in not knowing who have the money or how it was used KentuckySuperfluousir words that arc not given a sound can just as well be omit led A report from the pension bureau allows that the Union soldieds of time Civil war are dying at the rate of one hundred a day BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Ill never be without Dr Kins New Life Pills again writes A Sehingeck 047 Elm St Buffalo N Y They eared me of chronic constipation when all others failed Unequaled for Biliousness Jaundice Indigestion Headache Chills Ma laria and Debility 25c at Winchester Drug Company We handle all kinds of coal at reasonable prices Come to see u s before buying Royse Bounc 125tf WINCHESTEROPERA THURSDAY and FRIDAY December 29 and 30 With Matinee Friday Buffalo Bill Vill be well in motion pic tur s that are lifelike and positively full size 3000 FEET- of new film shoving in its every detail TJuIFald Bills Wild West and Pawnee Bills Far Bast- Admission IDcts 1iW mJ t f r r a SANTA CLAUS WILL SOON BE bN THE JOB again How lyre ydii fixed to receive hum He likes to see things in ship shape and if there is anything about house or outbuildings that nerds at tention better come and get the lumber and get busy Wo will help along by making delivery at once Whether your order be little or much rREAD hhhSu ALL WHO SUFFER FROM CA TARRH SORE THROAT OR COLDS Millions of people throughout America have breathed HYOMEI pronounce it Highome andnow own a HYOMEI Inhaler made of hard rubber If you own a HYOMEI Inhaler no matter where you live you can get a bottle of IlYO lEI at Phillips and druggists everywhere for only 50c Ask for an extra bottle of HYOMEI Inhalent it is only 50c and with it you can cure a cough or a cold in a dayYou can get relief from catarrh or stuffed up head in two minutes and stop hawking and snuffing in a week Just pour a few drops of IIYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it in thats all Its so easy and so pleasant aud so much more desirable than swal lowing nauseating drugs Breathe flyomei over the inflamed membrane o fthe nose and throat and its sooth ng healing action will be felt im mediately If yon have not a IIYOMEI Inhal er get a complete IIYOMEI outfit al once This only costs 100 and with it comes a I1YO lEI Inhaler that brill last a lifetime and ought to be in every family For free sample of 11YOMEI write Booths Ilyomei Co Buffalo N Y Monopolies are like babies Most men are opposed to them on general principles until they acquire a persona interest in one Special prices on pictures during December Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210 f Ki ILTHGOUGHI AND CURETHE LUNGS wnHDR KIIG wDISCOWRY 48100nOLDSlt ALL JHROAlANDIUHGTROUBl- ESGUAIl41IE DSATISFACTORY- OQ MONEY RlFUNDED 13 KILLED MANY HURT IN EXPLOSION PITTSFTELB Mass Dec 30 Thirteen men were killed and many in jnrcil by a boiler explosion at the plnnt of an ice company on Moorc wood lake two miles from this city Thursday Wm Dunn engineer and Edc ir Allen an employee are among the dead Time other victims are believed to have been Italians and Polanders Wo have the very best feed on time market Come to sec us before buying 125tf GREECE HAS QUAKE ATHENS Greece Dec 30fhre was a violent earthquake in the pro vince of Ellis Thursday causing heavy damage to buildings The government has sent help Time province known as Elis is on the west coast of the Peloponnesus and contains the valley of Olympia The capital is Pyrgos Pyrgos has a population of 12700and consists mainly of one long street crowded with warehouses It is the largest toubi but two in time Peloponnesus province Sec Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125tf ADVERTISING THE CITiES No City Can Keep Abreast of Others if It Neglects the Publicity Plan The business men of Nashville have determined to organize an industrial advertising bureau and to spend some money in making known the advantages 2 and attractions of their city t 1 f 1 fiTks pTW rh FQNIrJTr Ttin tBecause of the deatfctif atiietiiber of thfirfti warircbjpgtteidre duce our stock as much as possible in ordrjQ windup the affairs of the partnership ahdfeBrganize the business To do this quickly we offer i n i x t t J d Ij trat Z3r tF t ALL GOODSt i i J 1 i I r AT A SWEEPING REDUCTIONd r f t faIt 1 i + t fit ItI Hd 50 OFF t J fT INw Suit Department u 4200 Suits for 2125 3500 Suits for 1750Jr 3250 Suits for 1625 rr3000 Suits for 1500 2500 Suits for 1250 1850 Suits for 925 quot and IPlease1A SKIRTSl 1200 Skirts foief x 700 1000 Skirts for 650 800 to 94QSkirts for 550 750SMrts7ort 500 j L Light Weight Jackets x50 900 AT LARGE REDUCTION IN PRICE L REMEMBER ALL THESE LOW PRICES NEW GOODS In All Departments h Dress Goods Hosiery Muslin Vncerwearf N vettleswb f are offeringequally ttl ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS J Much 7 of the goods will go at fay Below Cost Values AIqIslL II T U1BU L T Lr THESE REDUdTION PRICES NOW IN EFFECT r r Tii ETi Jiii ilVlrtfillsdues them edit1t At meeting held Thursday the subject was thoroughly discussed andcommittees that had been apri pointed to investigate teh results of advertising iii other cities made faH vorable reports As result of in vestigations he had made one of the committeemen submitted the following figuHg iWith an expeiuiiturQ of 20000 Omaha sequrct factories which 000 operatives employed Des iloihes 10000 factories with 1 Avcriqricg Ivysus City expended 1G 000 got SOJactories with 3GOOO men Cincinnati22r00030 factories gOO men ilemphis first three months 200t six factories San Antonio 17000 ISfactolies 1800 men Buf falo two months 3000 12 factor ies 50men1 Lynchburg one month 600 two and 400 men In addition to the foregoing some figures were shown relating to the good accomplished by an advertising campaign in Pensacola Fla In that city of 100000 was raised by the property owners to be used in three years In the first iree mbnths i COATS ir y 2350 Coats or N 1500 2150 and 2000 Coats for 13M0 1850 and 1750 Coats for 1200 1500 Coats foraJ 1000 I t Ie to ARE ON 1 Other f J 4 t r 4 a a w factories a fund t t 13000 was expended wjlh the re sultthat city property alyanceil a a foot and farms 15 an acre in the menntimo several hundred city lots and a llt1lnI6tpf f4rjnitInlB to sold at a direct consequence of the campaign of publicity It was shown at time business mens mens meeting that 200 cities in the United States arc conducting regular advertising campaigns Memphis has spent pOQOO and is so Moll pleased with the results that she has gone to work to raise 50000 more The evir IJllthe R- we J1eeisir n tlna tv as boor ur lllcr erties would be equally efficacious frNnsh vilje keepabreastneglect the publicity plan altogether and to get the best results thefe should be systematic and continuous effort in that direction tf J GENTLEMEN geyourwifeu nice buggy robe piv a heater r oitrcan use it your misee J ll Woods 4 F i r tt G JT Z tIIYI THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO Pane ThreeI t 1J n M mMRi t f t 1t 1 that tjhe 20000 PJion graph and 2500 Watch will be t given awayraw YearN T HAVE outieen them come to and heart e Phonograph play t let us explain how you i an get them iJ r tf I jl cpH ROWENJEWELER OPTICIAN JL II l J OCiETY it r 1V Bird UinnerV- tIMr D StuofJie Goffi gave a d dinner toa Jew friends and relatives a t his residehW lad tRec1 es lay even ing The birds were killed in a recent hunt by Mr Ben Goff Mr Goth is s suit to have bagged 72 thirds and the Hon John E Garner pouched thej larger part of the banquet birds Among the guests where Mr D L Pcmilcifon John E Garnet and Rev 0 B Went worth v llrsOsear Lyne is ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J NJ Hisle Mr Coleman Willis is at home from ffimphis for the holidays iIiss Margaret Hollearn of Frank fort is visiting Miss Elizabeth Mae MadiganY Miss Nora Lawwill has returnee from a visit in Mt Sterling jMr and Mrs Ward Wills rand two children have returned from Cinciri msiti There they have been visiting the formers mother Mrs Ray Mr Jake Wagers of Ashland was here Wednesday Miss Mary Lou Clasby of near Lex ington visited Miss Edna Ramsey this week Messrs Life Hntsell of Lexington 1clulJnke Hutsell of Missouri visited at the home of Mrs George Ramsey Tuesday Miss Lowell Rankin has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to friends here Miss Nettie Porter of Lexington spent Christmas here Mr Temple Jones is ill at his home on Jefferson street r hiss Clara Endy is visiting in Marysville Ohio Miss Louise Bowlay of Paintsvillc has returned home after a plcasanj j visit to Miss Lizzie West Miss Edna Gaitskill and Miss Mary Eniug Gaitskill will spend Saturday in LcxingtontMiss Jessie Norton Crntcher rnQjMr AG Locknane attended the performance of Madame Xat the Lexington opera house Airs Charlie Fielder of Lexington is visiting her mother Mrs Robert Jl arris 1 Mr Currau Benton is at home from holic1ayst from Cincinnati Mr Sam Lipscpmh will leave Monday for Dayton Ohio accompanying Messrs Jonett Wilson and Frank Sin glcton who have been spending the olidays in this city Mr Charles Spears has returned to home in Mrysville after a Visit hereMessrs Joe gild Emery Griggs of Richmond have returned home after a pleasant visit here Mr 0 M Flynn has returned to his home in Wilmington Ohio after a herd Mrs Flynn will remain a longer visit I Miss ClayvMqEwan is visiting her sisteiy Mas ElmoraiS hill of Mt Ster lingMiss Lila Pharos of Jellico Tenn has retuyned home after a visit to S J Pharis Mrs Xertner Mitchell attended the performance of Madame Xat the Ljsxington opera house Miss Ajin4liBrightCroxton is visit ing friends in Paris for several days Mr and Mrs R D Gaitskill have returned to Mt Sterling aftev a visit here Dr and Mrs J N Rankin arc in Cincinnati on business Mr Finnk Gordon Jr has returned to Limestone Tqnn attar spending the holidays here- MaynardBnsliMr is at home from Oanville to spend the holidays Miss Lizzie Taylor entertained with in elegant luncheon fortytwo at the residence of Mrs Waller Calmes on Thursday evening Miss Mary Ewing Gaitskill will leave Tuesday night for Virginia where she is attending bums Insii tutc Mrs Gyppie Simpson entertained very charmingly at fortytwo on Tuesday evening A delicious luncheon was served Mrs Gordon Stevenson and son Master Prewitt Burch have returned from a visit in North Middlotown Mrs Luther Hamilton and children have returned from a visit in Clay Citroft Mrs Lucien Beckncr and children will return this week from a visit to infing the holidays Mr and Mrs Jas Wood of Lexing ton spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Chas Attcrsall- j Mrs John Short and children arr visiting in Lexington Mr arid Mrs Dick McCormick have returned from their wedding trip Mr and Mrs Howard Henry grill return Saturday from Carlisle where they rJave been enjoying a pleasant visitMiss Mary Emma Bright has been ill for several days Mr and Mrs Strother Parks have refuriYed to their home in Madison c8nrityaffei1 a visit here Mrs Myra Locknane of Lexington p Xmas Is Over Ht 2 we largest Holiday business in our history because wehave had ti complete stock of strictly fresh Xmas delicacies treated everyone courtebusly and given prompt and efficient service We have a few things left from of r Xmas stock which we shall close out this week ATVVCOSTViaJcnctctA1mond Ib x Jumbo Pecans were 25c now 19c lb r New rtabet tsa19ClbBrazil Cream Nuts Were 20c now 16c lb s411V j DOITT FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE PRICES 1 x t If J l1 r ii MacNeill Weathers l V t Bo fttl Phones 40 jt tf iil i r I a1I a o ti T r 1 yww r =S71k4x 4 x t i ja i rW r S4 asris T r tip Ni41l lalkyiiiSt irt iJi lli tf lt A ftt if1 t t 4 i Spot Cash Sale on Suits i JI AT tt Clifton R RossJ I i20 Suits value 2500 each reduced to 12 98 t All Other Suits at Cost J t fYiN suit sent onapproval No suit vr l idaside without oneshalf beingtpaid on its 111 J 1 Clifton B Ross r t fil is visiting Mrs A J Lisle MrsJackDykt Tsvisifiilg her sister Mrs Sam Crawford at Clin tonville rsC Simpson and son of Danville are visiting Mrs E Shindcl hauer on Beckner street Miss Clyde Perry and niece Miss Fannie Belle Nelson attended the per Cformancc of Madame Xat the Lexington opera house Thursday night On all accounts paid in full before 1030 Saturday night free tickets will be given for every dollar paid BOWEN1102t See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125 if- Go to Royse Boone and gqt ll ouii of the Red Star coal the best in town 12 5tf Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Boone All liars are not politicians neither nreaJI politicians well George WashingtonsSome are candidates because they cant help itand some because the people cant help it Railway pools may be prohibited by law but the stock will be continue to be watered just the same Many a man has been arrested for orgcry simply because lIe tried to make a name for himself On all accounts paid in full before 1030 Saturday night free tickets will be given for every dollar paid HBJWEN102t n r THE KENTUCKY EDITORS The Kentucky editors are in Louis rifle for their onldvvdntei Press asso ciation meeting and for the purpose of participating in the Good Roads congress Louisville is always glad to welc mctlref eti rerresenttCtivestof the press and itis torbe hoped that everyone of them will findthe pres ent visit both pleasant and profitaM Kentuckys newspapers compare favorably with those lOt any oilier state in the Union Kentucky eflilijors as a whole are as progressive and as enterprising as may be found any where on the globe There is no moce important factor for advancement than a wellconducted spaper and Kentucky is fortunate in havinga large number of papers which are well conducted Through no other agency is accomplished so much of valuable and unselfish work for the public good The average newspaper editor is an indefatigable booster He booms his town he lauds his county and he sings paeans of praise for his state He does these nota desultorily or intermittently or half heartedly It is a part of hi business to boost when others knock to push where others kick to pull where others balk And he is steadily and continuously on the job It must be admitted that muchof the editors laborious endeavor to advance the interests of his community is put forth under conditions quite the reverse of encouraging Hrs optimism must needs be like M- arkInsurance The strongest Life Insurant in the WorldSpeciaICon tracts Also Fire Insur Iance Cos If you want the best Life and Fire Insurance see f W 1v Ogden 7 WE have some choice article 73K bought especially tot Hie Holiday trade stil1on hand COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU Baldwin Brosu Sign of Big Watch 54 Sffiau R t l t r yy CIE TERJKY i i lj f ro 1 Tapleys particular pollity always on tap and most in evidence whdh circumstances are most depressing The public is not always appreciative and no man does more or gets less than the faithful advance agent of prosperity who makes it the chief end and aim of his journalistic ef forts to boost for the common good To the editor who is really in love with his work this is a small matter since he has with him the everpresent consolation that virtue is its own rewhrd The newspapers of Kentucky are doing their full share for development and improvement and for progress along varied lines of advancement The midwinter meetings of the Press animpQrtnneepresent gathering in connection with the Good Roads conference is of cx ceptional importance and should be productive of beneficial results for the entire commonwealth Courier Journal WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE For thirty years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt fad it Thats why he wants to help ome one now Suffering sp long limself he feels for all distress frorr Backache Nervousness LOSS of Ap oetite Lassitude and Kidney disor lers He shows that Elqctric Bitter vork wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholl cured me and fowl am well anr hearty Its also positiyel guaran BLtePTONI F f Preele ca kNr A R VlctPraJdcnl Ass Cathie C1arkCounlyNational tatrbHslaei 1 r t l Accounts 04Ierchafls Farmers and Traders Solicited SiflcctlfK flWc Mr Pflfflte I Crpital and SurplusV 35000000 f1 U f On all accounts paid in full before f630iSa1unlayntQf1t frce tickets will be Iven for every dollar nail C H BOWEN 30 2t VVIeweler and Optician teed for Liver Trouble Byppepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at Win Chester Drug Company tHEll tUE MUSE To Be Good Comedy Well Played The imichtalkqd pf and in many places strongly condemned Inie Mouse was presented at the Bever Icy theater last night to a large au dience if which shocked gave no ev dence of the fact for the applause was continuous While the play probably is considered too yet the farce is so god and the ridicu lous parts overdone that it taiply should not be demoralizing Jo the pure minds Miss Gertrude Lutz i y I lif a NOT A VOTER IN ONE DISTRICT f But Is Under Indictment in the Whole sale Bribery Charges in Adams County Ohio WEST UNION Ohio Dec 30 Seventythree more indictments were returned Thursday by the grand jury which is probing the selling of votes in Adams county under the direction of Judge A Z Blair Seventy per sons were arraigned making a total to date of 376 arraigned and 1071 Blair said Thursday night that may become necessary to in diet some men who have bought votes in order to make a clean sweep of all the guilty ones and Ito bring about the desired reform It was discovered that not a single voter ill be left in inc school dis trict in Jefferson which includes thin town of Wamsleyville Every male citizen has been indicted but none has been arrested Two more ministers both residents of Green township were indicted Thursday The court officials decline to give out their names Eachre ceived 3 for his vote I Faulty Plumbiifgta Menace One cannot be too careful in regard to their gas and furnace plumb ing Too often serious accidents oc poorIhave made us careful and consequently reliable When we install a fur nace or mal egas connections you can rest assured that you will have no further trouble Ask one who has tried us and sec Sam Thos Boone 29 West Broadway There is nothing morn uncertain than a sure thing SCENE FROM THE BLUE MOUSE I Proved broad so it as the Blue Mouse sa very cute actress and though she is in for graft and a good time she does it in such a manner that you are bound to ad mire her talent if not her actions The entire cast is good especially the fat good natured Mr Llewellyn- A noticeable feature was the number of married men who were present without their wives though the ladies who were present seemed to thor oughly enjoy the entire play Staun t ton Va Dispatch The Blue Mouse cameo to the opera house Wednesday night next f jOr dj i 1 S u- rPaneFnilr T c C THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO 4 GREETINGSr ti Like Old Santa You will always find GRANT WITT lX COMPANY Uptodate and a little ahead We are just dropping around this time with a Holiday CHEER n Ie f Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 1100000 Surplus 151000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully t lU business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pros J W Poynter Asst Cashier Gamboe relatives THE BEST is good enough for customers We have been this business in for years and have learned by many points in the coal trade whic make it possible for us toI serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else J1 B1MRTINCAL SUPPLY CO a Have You Any Mantle I BLOCKINNERLIN MANTLES AND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER I I TwoCOMPLETE Block Innerlia Lined Mantles give 50 per cent more light and will outlaatsixordinary I GET ONE TO TRY COST Save the box covers from 12 Block Mantlesthe best 0 and15cent grade of mantles soldtake them to your dealer or send them to us and get a Block Innerlin Lined Mantle free Block Vytalty and Block Innerlin Lined Mantles are for sale at Hardware China Plumbing Grocery and Department Stores Dealers Write for Our Descriptive Circular and New Catalogue C The Block Light Co Youngstown Ohio Sole Manufacturers everyFPressure etc Do not fail to go to the JEWELRY STORE before you finish your Christmas shopping If you are undecided what to give him or her come in and 19 throu gh our stock and you will find presents at a all prices and styles Watch and Clock repairingall guaranteed l CHAS A CARRITHBRSEWELERt t BLOOMINGDALE Albert is spending the Holidays Witli here ir 1W Burgher and wife and- kittle daughter Nancy visited Mr fWra Adams family Sunday They hvere accompanied Jiome by Miss Bertha Adams V V alone our in Winchester many experience Troubles LINED WITHOUT Vytalty NEW work I Mr Verne Dixon and wife visited Mr Hubert Graggs family Sunday night and Monday Mr C P Hinds is spending the holidays in our vicinity Messrs C P Hinds and Tcssiide Diet and John Haggard were th pleasant guests of Mr John Gam bee mid family Sunday night t The Christmas tree celebration at Indian Creek was well attended A nice time was enjoyed by everyone Born Deo 19 to Mr and Mrs Israel Brandenburg a son Leon Bark Mr James Crews is erecting new house on his place Several from here attended court at Winchester Monday Miss Lee Gamboe visited Mrs Sarah Wilcox Tuesday Albert Gamboe sold to Everett Boston one buggy for 35 Albert Gamboe sold to Pullam Ragland one heifer for 15 WINCHESTER ROLLER MillS The oldest and best instilation in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no ecraaL MAY ACT TOGETHER ON RAILROAD RATES Canada and United States Repre sentatives Aflree to Recommend ternational Commission WASHINGTON Dec 29As a re suIt ofa long series of conferences between Judge Martin A Knapp chairman of the interstate commission and lIon J P Mabie chiefof the railway commission of Canada an agreement has been reached to recommend to the governments of the United States and of the Dominion of Canada the creation of an interna tional railroad commission which hallhavc supervisory authority over the railway rates in operation be tween the countries Yashingtonfrom cordance itha previous arrange ment with Chairman Knapp He came thehreached with Judge Knapp last Au gust and Wednesday the two officials who were designated by their re theIwere in conference For a considerable period it Las Keen realized that the increasing traf fic both newspaper and freight be tween the United States and Canada was likely to render control overrate in the future difficult unless some in ternational fiction was taken Tlu ucqiiistion by American railroads ol Canadian terminals and by Canadian ailroads of American terminals aw Ems present increasing difficulties Tn the existing circumstances it i not possible to compel either railways or express companies to estab ish joint ttrnd from points in the tvo countries n other words neither an American lor a Canadian carrier may be re shipperhrongh f n one country to any point in tin otherOut of this situation grew the idea f the croation of an international fommission which should have su pervisory control over the railways ind other common carriers doing an nternational transportation business- It was time desire of Judge Knapp that time report ofIrs Mnbie and himself should be completed and submitted before his retirement from time nterstatc commerce commission Their labors will have been concluded by Friday on which day the report is likely to be filed with the department of state trr A POSTER Let me post you on the fact that fires in Winter are of a more frequent occurence than any other seasonI suggest an examination of all insurance policies to see if they amount to enough to fully indemnify you in case of a serious fireNOW is the time to insure in ISTROTHERS 185 DR JOHN A SNOWDEN OFFICE IN Bean Building near corner Main and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Boone Avenue OFFICE HOURS S51VZ1 352eResidence Home Phone 3921 r AUTO SHOW AT QUEEN CITY Every Standard Car in America Will Be Shown at Cincinnati During the Latter Part of February 30Prospectivecity mid vicinity are preparing to ofIallow those interested in motor cars either for pleasure or commercial purposes to see practically every standard car ijow manufactured in opportunity WflYThecinnati Automobile Dealers associa expoitiouto outoftown visitors of whom many have already placed themselves In correspondence with the commit tee for the purpose f learning all the letails of time show As a result of lhe visit to the exposition of many of our prominent citizens it is confidently expected that the coming season ill see the addition of many high lass ears to the automobile colony f this city and the immediately sum rounding country That the sentiment of the farmer ins undertone a complete change re garding automobiles duringthc past lye years is attested to by the fact hat more than 50 per cent of the uitomobiles now being sold go to the ural districts More evidence along his line is offered by the manage ment o1 the Cincinnati automobile show which will he held in Cincinnati rom Feb 20 to 25 in the way of in iniries from farmers in various por tions oflhis state as to the details f the exposition These morn arc uixious to see the standard makes tf motor ears and this show will give hem that opportunity and also nil How them to make comparisons F s expected that many more carp wil Ind their ways to the farms as rc nIt of this show Gee Aint It Cold ToDay Dont yon need a load of good oal AVc sell the best Red Icllico sold in town Also Beatty illc and White House Carmel Bnj rom us and you will be satisfied BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 BLANK BOOKSL- ook in our window for Ledgers Journals Time Books Memorandum Books etc and office supplies of various kinds Our prices are right- BrownProctoria PharmacyC- HAS A HOSEY Prop We have the very best feed m the market Conic to see us before buy tog 125tf WE HAVE MOVED Our tailor shop from Lexington avenue to Main street over Keys clothing store and are prepared to do cleaning pressing and repairing of all kinds HILLS PRESSING PARLOR an ox r market sold by Royse Boone Red Star coal is the best on the i25tf It is hard to convince a defeated candidate flat it is better to have bankliboo HUNDRED PERSONS IN DANGER OF STARVATION Caught on Kellys Island in Lake Erie and Shut Off From Shore by the Ice H SANDUSKY Ohio Dec hundred men women and 300ncI in danger of starvation Island They are shut off from the mainland by the ice and must remain the stearner Lakeside started to convey supplies to the islanders Wednesday the trip was declared impossible The families in want comprise one fifth of the islands population Summer residents have nearly all left and village officials have failed to relieve the sufferingPoor arc walking bare updmiftwoodIv Wagner of Marblehead said The priest with Father Wm Kerze parishItsome of the victims to violence The heads of the destitute families are mostly quarrymen The quarries have been shut down for several reeks Several widows too have broods to care for Conditions at Marblhead are iden ieal with those on the island Father Iverze and Father Wagner had team n their eyes as they told of the want f their people Thqy must have help or they will lie said Father Wagner The island s about 12 miles from Sandusky Al hough the ice is thick along tilt Mainland a wide gap of water lies bo ween it and Sandusky prohibit vg rossing on the ice Big reduction on nil framed and mframed pictures during this mouth Winchester Paint Wall Papci Company 1210tf SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an appalling calamity in his amily was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C t F D No S My sister had eon nmption he writes she was very Seemed to grow weaker every day s all remedies failed till Dr Kings Tew Discovery was tried and so ompletely cured her that she has Sot been troubled with a cough since ts the best medicine I ever saw or earl of For coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemorrhage ill bronchial troubles it has no qual 50c 100 Trial bottle free luaranteedby Winchester Drug Cora any RACTICAL BENEFITS OF CITY BEAUTIFICATION In a large way the best concrete vcample that will illustrate the ques ion of the value of city improvements s the difference between Cleveland tad Cincinnati says Franklin Clarkin n Success Magazine In the last few years Cleveland has given a great deal of attention to city bcautifiea 1lion in the way of parks play grounds boulevards and her civic center These efforts have caused a wonderful growth in property values in business and in the size o fthc city so that site has outstripped Cincinnati which city had a long lead in advance of Cleveland Cincinnati has fallen behind largely because she has not paid attention to these features of her city In the last two years Cincinnati has wakened n advances to this fact and she is mkaing in time line of parks play grounds And general city baautifica tion Columbus has had a greater anti better advertisement in the last two years than at any time in her history throughout time whole United States by simply publishing two or three years ago a city plan written by five civic experts There is not a section of our city of Columbus that does not show an example of where the land values of a neighborhood have largely increased by the improvement f the proper ty of any one inhabitant of such a neighborhood Christmas See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you want something tasty for per Company 1210tf PEACE MONEY 10000000 is the sum That Carnegie hands out To harmonize the world of war And scatter peace about The interest on that princely vrad Will give us in the clear A half million dollars worth ycarII Say To fight to get a pile like that Would war sem so darned bad t WJ LAMPION SPRUCE HONEY Is the one remedy for COUGt SCOLDS and HOARSENESS That is suitable alike for adults and children It acts on the surface of the throat and also through the system producing immediate results w u For That Lingering Body Racking Cough SPRUCE HONEY WILL ACT ALMOST LIKE MAGIC CHILDREN tt WILL TAKE iT WITH OUT TROUBLE 25c the bottleYour Money Back if lot Satisfied MARTINS DRUG STORE WINCHESTER WEDNESDAY JanuaryC OPERA HOUSE 4tl E J Carpenter Presents Clyde Fitchs Sensational Adaption from the German THEI BLUE MOOSE the Talk of Europe 14 months at Lyric Theatre New York 6 Months at Garrick theatre Chicago PRICES 50c 75c an- BALCONY 150 25c Seats on Sale at STROBES ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is a season of trouble Time frost bitten toes and fingers chapped hands and Bps chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer 0 Burns BoilsPiIes Cuts Sores Ec zema and Sprains Only 25c at Win chester Drug Company When the capitalist and the laborer lie down together then look out for- hc millennium All men are born equal j but some of them map agc to get on the police force afterward i t ClASSIFIEO COLUMN CLASSIFIED 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