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Dally Except Sunday 1
Jim Entered as secondclass matter
November 28 1908 at the postoffice
in Winchester Kentucky under the
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MONDAY DECEMBER 5 < 1910
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I DEMOCRATS ON TRIAL
f It is the most interesting time in
politic thatt has comein the active
activeILtfSt
fllbWnostmcnnOu and the
khfoia anostmDn unbrand
> Ogfl hopofulTh people demand
ariffalleducitlolrxherdrynlationof cor
orations the reduction of govern
mental expenditure the removal ol
the corporation control of politics
and most of all they demand sincer
ity Both parties subscribe to these
doctrines The question is which i +
the more earnest For the moment
the Republicans are wholesomely re
buked and the Democrats are on sof
t fcrance But the same lash will fall
with the same sevreity on them il
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they resort to evasion For there aic
no longer parties in the old sense
no longer organizations that can
count jQiii blind obedience
r t JtDhis wholly new condition is nol
only interesting it is almost revolu
tionary for it means tlbat the peo
ple seems likely to exert a more di
reel control over the Government
The indirect method of expressing
themselves through party loyalty is
played out It has ceased to be ef
fcctive Tho strength the depth and
1 seriousness of the peoples earnest
f
ness were not appreciated until No
i vember sal
The only parts of the country
I where the lie tnblksus held their
i ground decently well was in the ter
I ritory of tht Insurgent wing of the
a
i party
5 Tlie above from Worlds Work is
f atmc epitome of the situation
y Thousands of Republicans and In
orE
jjin open revolt against the Republi
can p rty at the late election The
fe result was not a victory of the Dem
Locratic party but a vIctory of in
to
i sur Reo
jpubliQan party had lost the confi
j dendo of the masses and deserved
t the rebuke that they got
The ihdications in Some sections
are that the Democrats are trying
to < curry favor with the special mr
5 terests the liquor interests in the
Westv and the corporate interests in
Contt
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1 the status of the Democratic party in
I tirqminds of the people
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HILLY FREEMAN
With Homes Stock Company
OPENING OF HORNES
HORNESSTOCK
STOCK COMPANY
Hprnc Stack Company opens the l
wekfs engagement atthc opera house
Jforfday liigitt presenting for the op
ming play ii romance of the West
ern plains Under Arizona Skies A
heartgripping dam t dealing < with
life on thlu ancilv and the land of tin
cowboy This piece will be given n
complete scenic portluclion as tin
Home Company carries their own
scenery Frank M Readick will be
seen as Steve Morton the cowpunch
er and foreman of Arrow Ranch
Milly Freeman will have a good com
edy part as widow Cannon a typical
Western l woman Whitney Collins
rid John Fairfax will be seen as Par
son and Freckles the two cowboys
whom widow Cannon stops from
cursingGertrude
Gertrude Hamilton the pretty little
leading lady will have a good op
portunity to show her best Worka
Pepela the Mexican girl Blanche
Epplej Ilanard C Robinson and oth
er members of the company will be
be cast to good advantage Tho
prices for this engagement will be
10 20 and 30 cents Ladies free
Monday night when accompanied by
one paid 30cent ticket purchased at
advance sale before 6 p m
Manager Dinelli of the open house
has beet negotiating with this com
pany for some time regarding book
ings and now that he has succeeded
in getting them here he feels confident
dent that he has the best attraction
of its kind on the road
j They Formula
WillisSo the play will appeal to
an classes GllllsuYes Indeed Its
threequarters full of upt6 date slang
tocatch the young people and one
1uarterfultofohi reliable cuss words
to get the old fellowsPuck i
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ONLY THE SOUND t BEAMS
should be used in any building oper
ation Any defect in them may mean
the collapse of the structure is sure
to shortcnits life any1Q t4Bpyyou
beams and other lumber here h thus 1
making sure there will be no soft or
weak spots to spoil an otherwise veils
built StMJttwrel dI
WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING 11
INCORPORATED
The tariff must be reduced That
was what the people said when they
voted inVNbveiubir but we want no
inutRediatcor radical revision that
would affect our industrial progress
If the Democrats are wise they will
stand by the tariff commission plan
tIfthe
We are certainly in luck Going
home Saturday night our good wife
informed us that we had a surplus
of meat It had been so long since
we had more than a sufficiency that
we asked to be shown and there it
wits A whole lot of backbone with
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meat on it and a good supply of
country sausage It was sent in by
our Good Samaritan friend J B
Martin
If there be a better place than this
world and we get there first we in
tend to have the best quarters re
served for Jim Martin
On Sunday morning our good
friend II T Strothcr presented us
with a fine meerschaum pipe and nn
elaborate case for holding it Wt1 j
always liked Harry but did not know j
what lie thought of us until he showed
it by this token The aristocratic ap
pearance of the pipe is not in har
mony with our make up of clothing
but we appreciate it all the same
We take no pleasure in publishing
news that is discreditable to anyone
but if we failed to publish the npvsr
the btd a weIl as the good W egl4o mid
cease to be a newspaper 1il1d
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Go to Royse Boone and get a j
coatiof the Red Star coal the best iii I
town 12 otf i
MARK T
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CHICAGO Dec 3WHEAT
Traders are likely to forget much of
the exaggerated crop damage news
from the southwest with the first
snow which is likely to occur any day
Bull leaders have made an effort to
have the trade overlook the 112000
000 surplus estimated by Broomhall
for Argentine In the excitement of
the last few days little has been said
about the big surplus of wheat from
the 1910 crop for which there are noi
foreign buyers and a slack milling de
mand Leaders may continue tc
churn the market until they got out
some more of their wheat but the
natural tendency will be lower as i
soon as the southwest gets sonic 1
moisture and the boar forces again
become aggressive >
COPT The country needs not to
be told that corn prices must depend
1 on whether the farmers sell their sun 1
plus or not at these cfigurcs Cash
prices arc up 3 to 4 cents from the
low point and late yesterday some
Deceivers reported better purchase
n the country The better cash pric
s should give this market a big run
of corn early next week as the short
interest has been well covered on the
advance One local short came in on
a big line around to pprices yester
day and another local interest aggres
sive on tale selling side tali the sqmtj
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time made conditions < seetnto sug I
gest a reaction from the advance of
the week
OATSLook for the market to
react whenever corn shows weakness
PROVISIONS Gelt says 14000
hogs vs 12000 last year No pork
being made as yet Friends of the
product feel that we unto get hogs
to make the stuff as low as the prod
uct at present prices Some uneas
iness on th part of shorts in Jan
nary pork was manifst yesterday
ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY
CIIICAGO Doc 3 = Cattle rc
eipts 7000 fstln 4it
750 Texas sf eHl4 0710 west
wn sheers 425640 stockers and
feeders 33057o cows heifers
225625 calves 79 hogs re
eipts 14000 5 cents higher 050
1Y7A5 sheep receipts 3000 weak
native 225425 western 275
420 yearlings 420520 lambs
native 425050 western 450
045
Come to see Bloomfields special
suits and overcoats at 10 1250
rtnd15 t s w < < <
Capital 5100 OOP
Undivided Profits 200000
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Winchester Bank
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lN H WITHERSjOON
0 President
W R SPHAR
Cashier
Cashiere
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SOLICITS YOUR
II it t ACCOtJNTS 1
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Go to Rooo > Boone an l et i 4
4loal
town f c ° 12 to if r
A Tree That Weepa
Duriqg the driest months pt toe
Rhodesian year August September
and October a tree called by the na
tlvea LMukololo < exudes moisture In
large drops from its topmost leaves
and gives the traveler who happens to
be standing in the immediate vicinity
the Impression that a shower of rain
Is fallid1 When the nativessee onaI
of these trees dripping they say TheJ
Mukololo is weeping for fain Even J
during the hottest daythe tree weeps
I copiously Strand tl
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO
rime Card In Effect June 21 1908
Daily iDaib
IPail
53a Bound j No 2 1 No 4
Stations I PM IAM
jv Ltsington 1 22517 r 3
Cr Winchester 3 0o j gilvj
L 3D Junction 120 18 > SO
Clay City 350 90 >
Stanton 358 9uO
Campton Junction 1 4 3 0 1 938
Natural Bridge 4 35 943
1956Be
Beatcyville June 1 5 10 10 J7
Athol n 1 5 37 10 45
0 K Junction 1 p05 1115
ir Jackson VV I 610 11120
r Nol No3 No
Westbound DailyJDaily Sun
I Ex I i
IR1n I r Oit
JT Jackson lG10220 700
0 K Juno 615 225 I 70
Athol 640252 1 7 30
1iAtbol 16 17
1i
H p154Torren1
Torrent 17301341181
Natural Bridge 745J355 826
Campton June 748 357 828
Stanton 815 571 854
Clay City 825 43p I 902
L E June 251 J07193
Winchester 912 I 520 94c
irXexington 9 55 J 6 05 lO25
THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS
ARE MADE DAILY EX
CEfT SUNfeAY
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Tr E 1 Junction Trams Nos 1
ud 3 > wifiiriake connecUoris with flit
hH O fly fox it t9rli1g l1 H
Beattyville Junction Trains No
and 4 will male conaecticna wit
he L A Railway for Bealty
meKyCXariton
CXariton unction Trains NOR
3 and 4 will connect with th
fountain Central lly for passengers
o arid from Campton Ky
0 K Junction Traiz Nos 3
rid 4 will connect with the 0 5 K
ttailway for Cancel City TV and
way stations Train No2 will make
connection with the L A railway
for Beattyville Ey
WA MCDOWELL Qenl Mgr
DAB SCOTx G P A
f LpyiSyiLLE IIASHVILLk 1
Southho and Y U
No 37rCmcinuatiKn6x7ill6 loc n
rriycs 1016 a ml departs 10il9 a
410
No 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville e
united 1039 a m
No MaysviileStanford local 1
vith Cincinnati connection at JParis
frives at 6 25 departs at 635 p m
Nit 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited
1117 p m
I Northbound
No 34 AU nroCiDCHlDnt limifec
157 a m
No 10Stanf nrdMa swine loca
onnectin At Paris 1t1 Cincinnati
tine at 7ii5flcavcs at 722 a m
No 38 KnoxviileCincuinati lo
al arrives 248 departs 253 p m
Ko 32 Jhiks nvitlpCinni li
united 558 p m
All are daily except Nos 9 nnL
10 wliicli are daily except Sunday
CKESAPEAKE OHIO
Easlboand
Xo 20 Daily Ex Sun 853 h m
NTo 22 Daily 1210 p mT
i 6 St JDaily 5k JSiih 630 > p nu
pNo r m
Wegtbqui t
No 27 Daily Ex Sun 7 112 a m
No 21 Daily 648 am
mJo
No 23 Daily 41 T p m
AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT
Have some of those beautiful sejia J
photos made at Earps gallery Just
the thing for jyourcfriends Dont des
lay Ghristmaswiil be here before you
renlize it
i 11 = 1tJ 3wks = eod
WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE
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DEATH Of KISS i
ANNIE t CASE
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Young Daughter of Mr J B 4 Case
of Neat Lawrenceburg Dies Fri
day Morning
jt IrSki TON Ky Dec 5Iis
iiiiyic Lee Case of near Lawrence
b ata
6 oclock at the home of her father
Mr J B Case lie lost his wife who
wasa well known newspaper and
magazine writer two months ago
Miss Case leaves four sisters Misses
Cordelia and Sarah Case of Law
renceburgj Mrs J D MeCowcn of
Linden Walk this city and Mrs J II
Shely of the Russell Cave road and
three brothers C T Case of the In
ternal Revenue Service of Lawrence
burg and John and Robert Case
students of Bcrea College
The funeral was held at the home
of Mr Jr B Case Lawrenccburg Ky
Sunday morning at 11 oclock
We have the very best feedan the
market Come to see us before buy
ing 125lf
FROZEN AMOK
AMORQCHRITMA5
CHRISTMAS TOYS
Aged Man Who Made Toys For the
Children Each Year Found Dead
in Blacksmith Shop <
PHILADELPHIA Dec 5Frozen
to death three days ago and lying in
the midst of Christmas toys which
he made every year for the children
of the neighborhood the body of
George Freed aged 70wus found
early Saturday in an abandoned
blacksmith shop at Lelund and Viiic
yw stm tSI
According to the gossip of the n i h
borhoqd the blacksmith shop 1 1 js
formerly the property ofa man who
allowed Freed to occupy a portion
of it Years ago Freed told them
that he had been a prosperous build
er and contractor but meeting with
adverse circumstances he had been
separated from his wife and family
and reduced in circumstances Hc
claimed that he had a brother living
in Virginia who was wealthy but lit
never applied to him for aid
lIe was last seen on Wednesday
when he is said to h complained
tIt1 ejghbjL mhf theeold ° and of be
ePhim
titfdown Y
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down to try and sleep iinibenumb < t
trom the Cold > aidl1le mltas > Con >
dition The police arcj end a oring
to locate the brother in Virginia
GAlARRH Will Go
RELIEF COMES IN TWO MINUTES
COMPLETE CURE IN FEW
WEEKS
Dont go on hawking yourself sick
every morning its cruel its harm
ful mat it3 uimeuessury
If after breahing IIYOMEI the
wonderworker you are not rid of
vile catarrh you can have your mon
ey back
No stomach dosingrrjust take the
little hard rubber pocket inhaler that
comes with each outfit and pour into
it a few drops of IIYOMEI Breathe
it according to directions In two
minutes it will relieve you of that
stuffed up fooling Use ita few min
utes every day and in n few weeks
you will be entirely free from ca
tarrhBrcatlmingIIYOMEIis
Breathing IIYOMEI is a very pleas
ant and certain way to cure catarih
Get an outfit today it only costs
100 its worth 1000 to any ca
tarrh sufferer For sale by Phillips
and druggists everywhere who guar
antee it to cure catarrh croup
coughs colds sore throat and bron
chitis After you once own a Hyomei
hard rubber inhaler which comes wit
the outfit you can buy an extra bot
tle HYOMEI liquid for only 50 cents
the inhaler lasts a life time
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Red Star coal is the best on th 4
marletspldbyJoyse d Boone
1 VAI 125tf
WANTS TO HELPSOME ONE
For thirty = ys J JO F Boyer iiof
Fertile Io nceded help BOyerlOfl
TTndifr Thais why he wants to help
some brie now Suffering so long
himself he feels for all distress from
Backache Nervousness Loss of Ap
petite Lassitude and Kidney disor
ders He shows that Electric Bitters
work wonders for such troubles
Five bottles he writes wholly
cured me and now I am weiland
hearty Its also positively guaran
teed for Eivcr Trouble Dyspepsia
Blood Disorders Female Gomplaints
arid Malaria Try them 50c at Win
chester Drug Company
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WINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORE
l CurryDryGoods CO I 1
UMBRELLAS
The popularity of the umbrella as a gift
is growing year by year The extraordi
f nary yalues shown here will appeal to 1
the Qcpnpmica
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New and complete ci
H inspection I I t I
l JTf IV H 100 to v 650
Curry Dry Goods CO
THE STORE OF PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SHOPPING j
WE CAN IMAGINE
IMAGINEYOUR
YOUR SATISFACTION
when you sec the shirts collars uitr
clerwcar etc you sent here to Uo
laundered You bollJI hardly he
hive them to he the sane garihjyifg
so much cleaueu axe they so peii
featly i doiijaHii Qiv Mtaif t ber the
firstt wondov wjiyryoii had uott sent
us your laundry work before What
day shall rte send for your things
Winchester Laundrv Go
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Read The Nevvs
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WATER HEATER
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AITIong Instantaneous iVatep
Heaters The RU1JD is
Foremost OoIIIngf Water
By Opening the Faucet
Ask for particulars
GRANT WITT CO
3O1 NORTH MAIN STREET
HaveAny Mantle Troubles h
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BLOCK llJCjJflllll MANTLES I
It PATENTID RE61ZTEREDw
AND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER
1 Block Inn tlin Lined t Mantles give 50 per cent more light and will outlast six ordinary I
mantles This mea a saving of 75 per cent on your mantle expense TWO
COMPLETE GAS MANTLES IN ONE Price 25 cents
GET ONE TO TRY WITHOUT COST
Save the box covers from 12 Block Vytalty Mantles the best
1 0 and 15cent grade of mantles soldtake them to your dealer
or send them to us and get a Block Inrierlih Lined Mantle free
Block VyUltyand Block Innerlin Lined Mantleaare for sale at Hardware
China Plumbing Grocery and Department Stores
Dealers Writo for Our Descriptive Circular and New Catalogue
The Block Light Co Youngstown Ohio
Sole Manufacturers
Headquarters for incandescent Mantles Burners and Supplies of every
description Gas Gasoline Kerosene High Pressure etc
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Peoples State Bank t
PAID UP CAPJTAL 10000000
Surplus Fund 2000000
In our short history of a > few years wehave btilt up a buss
ness of which we are justly proud
f We are pleased with our business because of tHe voluinp to
which it has already attained and th prospects for its future
growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa
tion for fa r dealing with our distorters andi friend And we
are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coin M
Mty
well as the rich depositors
We would like very much to have you enlisted as < he of our
ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inses
igate our facilities for doing an uptodate1 banking business
r JOHN M iloDaluN 0lshier JI >
I L BROWN Pros L B COCKRELL V Pres
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