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JMt JohuD Wakefieldis a political
writer of rare ability His estimates
i p f jnep are usually correct At li 1BI
meeting of the Kentucky Press asso
ciatidnheld atMiddlesboro last June
y t hreacl a paper on Making 6tatc
S men from which we give an extra ctE
Fpr the most part statesmen at
Ipn rangCibecomepoliticians at close
range Speaking for myself I never
f nG4htit fpur ndtional figures who
1 became bigger broader and more re
markable the better I became ac
acare
5 quainted with them These four are
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Theodore Roosevelt Henry Wntt or
son YJBian andthelate Senator
Arthur Pue Gorman of MaryIa ad
S Once while Availing at the White
11House with a party of ICentuckifuis
who were going to be introduced to
the Presidcntby a senator I heanl
T5Ir Roosevelt when pressed by an
entire congressional delegation of 11
S not big state v for a reason S why he could
4 appoint the choice of the delegation
S and thc statc > organization toa high
federal oQicejeclare I will not ap
j > oinlyour inanV That settles it and
af you must Uiave any reasons I shall
give them toybu Jn the first place
lies dishonest in the second place he
isjazy and in t lie < tliirfl place he is a
drunkard I refuse to make the ap
pointment even at the insistence of
such friends as yourselves or words
to ihat effect > Roosevelt became a
S bigger man in my mind then than heI
aver appeared before 1
Jii 1900 as thecorl 5pOl1 ont of
I the CourierJournal I accompanied J
S MrJBnyanah his campaign tlirough 4
1Indiana and Ohio Although I had
traveled with him before and sin Leel
withvJoQseyelt Taft and others I
S never KIW such crowds as greeted i
him ihcnizAt many points one could i
n6t seeHhe ages of the crowds In l
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S One day Mr Bryan beginning at o30 t
i In fm and finishing at 11 30 p m s
55 made prtyodd peecjies Every 0 ner
S bli them was differeirlfrom every oth s
1 S er one jh addition jie Dictated so V t
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spmething > pleasant > t6 say tp every
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ANTACLAUWILL
SOON = fiEON THEWB
again How are you fixed to receive
him He likes to see things ship
shape and if there is anything about
house or outbuildings that needs at
tention better come and get the lum
ber and get busy We will help along
by making delivery at once whether
your order be lime or much
Win hestefrlumber and Manufacturing Co
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Bryan was in his car and sonnet
asleep before he applause of the
thousands had died away Whatever
else nay be said of Mr Bryan his T
ever changing flights of oratory must
stamp him as being a man who becomes
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comes more remarkable at close P1
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OQrange j p
For shrewdness political acnmen > r
for ability to organize to manipulate
and to gain parliamentaay advantage cc
I never saw a < man who in my opin4 h
ion ranked itui the late Senator Ari f
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thurPue Gorinan of Maryland Mr tI
AYattersous inimitable style and hi4c
vocabulary have always causeM me to P1
00wonder and the estimate the world C1
has placed upon him is the correcttr ri
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On all accounts faid in full before p
030 Saturday hiQf1t free tickets will u
cbeoiven for every dollar naidn
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In County Clerks Office During thetI
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Past Week Real Estate Business j
Continues Very Dull
During the past week the following Ol
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Ecounty clerks officeit
Grant Witt and wife to Mrs Susan cl
R Pickrcll lot on French avenue a
90375 L
Winchester Cemetery company to =
E M Jones lot r40
JM Stevenson and wife S to Cattle
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tiCJesse Owens and wife to M A
Brandenburg lot in South Park
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CYic Bloomfield and wife to Sarah
E Crane four lots in Bloomfield ad
dition 1 and other considerations
ar C Robinson and wife to J W
Porter lot on Burns avenue 1500
heWehave the very best feed on the
remarket Come to sec us before buy
buying
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Christmas See the line of pictures
at the Winchester Paint Wall Paw
torDo you want something tasty for I
per Company 121JtfS
liteCOME J TONCE
tAnd get a dozen of those sepia photos
at Earps studio at greatly reduced
rtlPrices for thcihbnlh of January only
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PROTECTiON OF
ANAMA CANAL
cCEverv Details of the Plans of the
NationarBoard of DefensesWill Be
Carried Through E
WASHINGTON Dec 31Thc
Panama canal is to be fortified with
aphe
rproypd and most complete guus bat a <
teries and system of mines known to by
ofmilitary science Every detail of the w
plans of the national board of de m
fensewoiked out for the protection
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of the canal will be carried through F
It was learned Thursday on abso is
Itvtc authority that tibta plans for the w
fortifications fully prepared are restoj
ing now in the Office of the engineer cs
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Gm Marshall retired as chief of the m
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army engineers after he had visited S
he canal zoueand fully inspeoted the
situation The army engineers arOer
nerendy to proceed with the work as a
soon as congress says the wor 1I for
ilOn the same authority it is learned m
thab there has been of
no protest ofny Cc
kind made totJ government < by any Of
tdnationngrnnst the fortification by the 1C
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This Great Hair Grower Now Sold t
Oil OverAmerica
What do you think of the liberal
proposition that the Giroux liberalI
f Buffalo N Y American makers of
Parisian Sage arc putting up to thd
readers of the Winchester News
They know they the absolutely
certain that they have the only real
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hair grower beautifier and dandruff
germ destroyer on the market today
and knoving this they have requested
the Phillips Drug Co to state to ev
cry reader of The News and to every
person living in Winchester and viI
cinity that Phillips drug store guar I
antees Parisian Sage to remove every
trace of dandruff to stop falling hair
and itching scalp or money back 1
And everyone who reads this im 1
portant announcement should know I
that Parisian Sage makes hair grow
not only abundantly but gives it that
lustrous appearance that all de
sire
Women will find Parisian Sage theI
most refreshing and ideal hair dress
ing free from stickiness or grease
Large box 50c at Phillips and dcugI
gists everywhereS
I have used Parisian Sage forI
some time and think it has no equal
s a hair beautifier and scalp cleaner
No more dandruffo faded hair
thanks to Parisian Sngers Wil
liam Hogland Sault Ste Marie Mich
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WE HAVEMOVED
Our tailor shop from Lexington ave
mic to Main street over Keys cloth
ing store and are prepared to do
lenning pressing and repairing of
alt kinds BILLS PRESSING PAR J
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Expert Medical Scientists Announce
Startling Results Obtained
By Senpine
New YorkThousands are taking
advantage of the generous offer made
y The Woodworth Co 1161 Broad
way New York City requesting an
experimental package of Senpine the
reat discovery for Asthma Hay
Fever Bronchitis and Catarrh which
mailed free of charge to all who
write for it It is curing thousands I
f the most stubborn cases It mak
no difference how long you have 1
been suffering or how severe the c1iII
matic conditions are where you livelI
Senpine will cure you
If ypu have experimented with oth
treatments and have failed tofind
curedo upt be discouraged but send
r a trial of this wonderful truly
meritous remedy which is a scientific
compound discovered by a Professor < t
Vienna University and is being
recommended by thousands
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reasonable prices Come to see us t
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NevrYear Will Be Ushered fn onthe
First Day ofrtthe iWeek > and Hhe
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year 1910 The passing out of the
old year and the incoming new year
will be wifrtched by panties all over the
city and the bells in the city will ring
put the oid arid in the new
The new year will come this time
pn Sumlay nialangit the first day o r
the yearptSefirst of the month and
the first 0 fthe week II
CLARK nOUNrv
MEDICAL SOOIft
Holds Annual Dinner at the Frater
nitv Buildinn on Friday Evening
S Officers Are EleQted
OfficersAreEIeqtedThe
The Clark County Medical Society
held its annual dinner at the Frater
nity building on Friday evening The
following officers were elected for Win II
ensuing year I II Browne presi I
dent ER Bush vice president Er
nest Cole secretary and treasurer
The occasion wtis very greatly en t
joyed by thc > guests among whom
Shir4Icy
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Grant Eo R Bush YA Bush J NJ
Rankin Ernest Cole Waller Combs
I H McKinley 1 IT Browne and Drs
Goodwin Hedges audBaucom
The next meeting will be held at the
court house on Friday Jan 13 ati I
7 30 oclock when Ors Snoy ell mull
reliable will read papers rI
RESOLUTIONS
ARE ADUP1ED
Bv Burley Tobacco Growers Some
Favorinn a CWiit of Tof I Crop
All Appoint Delegates
LEXINGTON Ky Dec 31The
Burley tobacco growers of Central
Kentucky m a number of counties
Friday adopted resolutions > some of
them favoring a cutout of the crop
of 1911 gome advocating a pool of
the crop and a cutout of 1912 and
all those wliich held meetings sclect
iiig delegates to the meeting called
here for Jan 5
Though called for Friday by those
in charge fthe Lexington c lnen
lion some of thief counties will hold
their meetings Saturday and some c If
them Will have mass conventions
Monday
MondayA
A growing sentIment for a cutout
in 1911 has been reported from va
noun comities within the past week
Whether this seiitiment will be strong
enough tb cButrol the Lexington con
vciition of Jan 5 Cannot be told until
the reports from the other counties
arc in and these will tbe known
until Tuesday morning
S FayettefortPoolin 1911
The tobacco growers of Fayette
county held a meeting in the oojuiity
court room at the Fayctte court house
Friday and elected delegates to fche
big Burlcy tobacco convention called
for Lexington on Jan 5
These delegates were instructed by
resolution to vote for the pooling of
the 1911 crop and thecut > ting out of
the 1912 crop
Fleming for 191 1 Pool
FLEMINGSBDRG Ky Dec 31
About 100 tobacpo growers of Flem
lug county met at thc jcouut house
Friday afternoon andy passed resolu
tions and sclcbted dblegates tothe to
baccomeetingtobehcldan Lexington
Jnn 5 Both poolers and those who
had not pooled heretofore ATOre pres
cut the nonpoolers being in the ma =
jority and taking the initiative in the
meeting
The following resolution was Unani
mously adopted
Resolved Thatwe recommend
that the crop of 1911 be pooled and
the crop of 1912 be cutout find fur
ther that the remainder of the unsold
1910 crop be pooled provided ithat it
meets with ithe approval of the board
which meets at Lexington Jan 5 VT e
recommend that the QId board of the
Burley Tobacco society be retained
with U G Saunders as the member of
the executive committee and that the
following be gelected as delegates to
attend the meeting to be held in Lex
ington Jan 5 H L Jackson Louie
Bower Jasper Grain Qfcas A Pe
ters W WRcfg erS Joe Colgan Jas
Doran T P McHugli and all non
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To > overcome the wellgrounded and reasonable objections of
the thoredntd1igeift to the use of secret medicinal compounds
DrR V Piercerof Buffalo N Y some time ago decided to
maka bold departure from the usual course pursued by the
makbrs of putvup medicines for domestic use and so has pub
dished broadcast and openly to the whole worlda full and
complete list of all the ingredients entering ihtothe composition of his widely
celebratedmedicines I
Thus Z > r Pierce hasAtatten hMSfnaMeF uspatpans an paen
into his full confidence Thus too rhe has removed his med
icines from among Secret nostrums of doubtful merits and i
f placed them in a class all Ay themselves by making them
remedies OFKNOWN COMPOSITION By this bold step Dr 1
Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such excellence I
> that he is not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny I
Not only does the wrap er of every bottle of pr
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the famous I
medicine for weak stomach torpid liver or bilious
ness and all catarrhal diseases wherever located I
have printed upon it in plain English a fulland
> complete list of all the ingredients composing it
but a small book has been compiled from numer
ous standard medical works ofall the different
schools of practice containing very numerous ex
tracts from the writings of leading practitioners of
medicine endorsing in the strongest possible terms
each and every ingredient contained in Dr Pierces
medicines One of these little books will be mailed
free to any one sending address on postal card or
byletter to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Yand
requesting the same
From this little bo k it will be learned that Dr
Pierces medicines contain no alcohol narc t
ics mineral agents or other poisonous or injurious
agents and that they are made from native medi
cinal roots of great value also that some of the
most valuable ingredients contained in Dr Pierces r
Favorite Prescription for weak nervous over
worked rundown nervous and debilitated wom
en were employed long years ago by the Indians
for similar ailments affecting their squaws In fact
one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering
into the composition of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre
s iption was known to the Indians as Squaw
Weed Our knowledge of the uses of not a
few of our most valuable native medicinal plants
was gained from the Indians
As made up by improved and exact processes the Favorite Prescription is ar I
most fficrent remedy for regulating all the womanly functions correcting diS la c m entsI
as prolapsus anteverSion and retroyersipn overcoming painful periods toning UD aII
nerves j and bringing about a perfect state s health Sold by all Sealers in mcdiciiics4 t J I
APPEAL OF I
NIGHTRIDERS I
From Judgment of Judge Cochran Is
S Heard by Court of Appeals at Cin
cinnatiCINCiNNATI I 1
CINCINNATI Dec 30 Questions
raised in the government prosecution
of the tobacco trust in the state of
Kentucky arc brought before the cir
b
cuit cOurt of appeals here for the
first time in the appeal which was
taken Thursday by Rev John S
Steers anti fathers from sen1enccs im
posed on them by Judge Cochran in
theKentucky federal court
SThcyVcre indicted on the charge
ofintimid ting and interf erring with
W T O borne in the shipment of
from hogsheads of tobacco he had
consigned from Dry Ridge to the to
bacco warehouses inCincinnruti the
fall of 1907
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On conviction Steers was fined
1000 and the costs and the others
300 mid the Costs nintia new trial
was refused them Those indicted
Ifwith StOrs were Perry Simpson A
C Weibb Jersey Blight Conrad Fred
Conrad Lee Conrad John Callendar
John Caldwell Kaac Newton Con
rad and MarionBennttS
Vaiions errors are alleged in the
trial before Judge Cochran Horn
Harvey Myers W W Dickerson and
andlII
Hon Robert II tVinn of Winchester
arc counsel for the defendants Dis
trict Attorney Jas N Sharp Geo
Dullell of Louisville and E P Gros
vcnor are for the government
Go to Rpyse Boono and get a
load of the Red Star coal the liqst in
town 125tf
The principal vice of a great many
IYpeope is the uncalled for bestowal of
IfadvIce
fITHREATENED WITH
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Attorneys for Some of the Indicted
IndictedS
Individuals Appear Before the De S
partment of Justice
WASHINGTON Dec 31Attor
S rieys for some of the individuals in
dicteaas members of MA socalled
ffu bl tub trust for alleged violation
of the antitrust act came to the
department of justice Friday in the
interest of their clients who in the
event of their conviction and of the i
courts acceptance of the declared I
policy of Attorney General Wicker
dsham to stand for no anore fines
are threatened with jail senteces
The trio of lawyers was iheaded by J
Rush TaggAt of New York and in1
chided also Wm L Carpenter and 1
Leo Butzell of Detroit After ani
hours conference with W S Kenyoii
Mr Wickershamrs assistant and spe
cial tnisf buster to wliomtlie attdr j
nej general has dlegatedthew whole i
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When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at theI
same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice
By having the service of the i
EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY f r
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It Is easy to travel all over Hie State arid other States Iftyoti
havent our service you should have 1
Call ouif S manager for full informationI
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Ash Coal the Hestdoiiitfs
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In our short history of a few years we have pi tilt lip athfs1
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We are pleased with our business because of the vOlume to
1which it has already attained and the prospects for its futiire
growth We are gratified because we have established a reputaTl
tion for far dealing with our customers and friehds AnduweaS
are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city arid coiih
ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a1
well as the rich depositors
We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of Our
ustomers and bprdially invite you to make us a visit arid irives
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The Reduso greatly improves well developed
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Rodasb Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable
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matter with power to act the lawyers
went away
They refuse to say a wcrrd as to the i
purpose or result of fchte conference
but it was authoritatively stated at
the department that ithey had been
givenno reason to believe that the
attorney general would consent to the
acceptance of tinephcaoZguiltt and
the imposition of fines rather than
impris nme IJW 1i iJ WJ1V tt
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They were given to unildOrtuidit
was said that jail sentences will Jje
insisted upon and were informed that
their Hients will be expectediilfIie I
United States circuitCOurt htDetr itb
on Jahii to iyebiiL ift lhe jjum of
4000 each The attorneys for the
inflicted men indicated they would riot
make it necessary for the goyerrimdht
to start 50 removal suits to get the
50 defendans tdgeMicr dn that diay
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