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Ji 1Mo r 4it tst lAALLSTHE NEWSj lt 1yALLW4 + 4 VOL NO3 KVr t Vj I CENTS A LOPY 19 CENTS A WEEK J ONE HUNDRED MEN ARE iL SHUT BURNING MINE E Jii ritis Feared That AH Are Lest4 Six Have Already BeeifTakeji- I Out Dead v FSpecial to News KOENIGSBURG Prussia Oct 14 Another coal mine horror has over taken this region Early this morn ing fire broke out in the Koeiugsburg coal mine imprisoning more than 100 men Jt is feared now that jail are lost Scenes around the mine ware heartrending The cries and lamenttations of scores of women t lren are heard on every hand At this writing six bodies of men suffo cated near the surface have been recovered 4 fiscal May Build Bridge Over Stoner Creek At Stqner Dirt Rbail The meeting of the Fiscal Court was called to order at 10 oclock Wednesday morning All members were present A motion was made by Squire Renick and seconded by Squire Wills that D S Haggard Road Supervisor the advisability of building a bridge over S toner Cre2kon Stoner Dirt road and report to the court It was pissed unanimously On motiqnM Renick seconded by Wills iwas unanimously voted that thepoll fax that is Collected this year be applied to the Road and Bridge fund 7 j On motion of Renick and seconded by Wills the cQurt was directed to draw an order on the Treasurer to pay all election officers in the county x The meeting then adjourned to meet again at 10 oclock Thursday morning TAFT THURSDAY Presidential Candidate Will speak f From Stand at Union oDepot If the train schedule cairied out the special bearing Judge TaftI and party will arrive here shortly atfer one p m Thursday All arrangements have been com pleted for his reception A stan will be erected in the portico on the south side of the Union Depot By this arrangement several thousand people can see and hear Hon Jno W Langley Congressman for this District will introduce Judge Taft itc FIRE AT LONDON Special to News T LONDON Ky Oct 14LFire started aboutffivc oclo this morn lug iw the Livery Stab1ebclongiug to consumed with one horse seventeen buggies and harness and five hundred J dollars worth of feed The fire extended to brick build ing occupied by a drug store and The building was burned to the ground Anew brick store and of rfice building adjoining was also burn ed This was occupied by a grocery and t restaurant tile offices by law r yers and doctors LOSS about 40000 with partial insurance The Court House and other buildings narrowly escaped i PQTTED PALMS The management of the Brown Proctofia has added greatly to the beauty of their office by placing indifferent places in the lobby large palms These palms are not the pli1cJdFr keep themduring the wi rand tQlfofri MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license was issued I by the dainty erkJ A Boone to A RDen nison and Tina Emma Collins tare residents Clark county r r r0 lf t J id I J FQRTHE UPEUILDING fWrHtsT R BIA COUNTY AND EASTERN 4 KEN- TSCKYwINdllEsTEz w tC i5uaW t NEWS1I j 1 WINCHESTER WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 t II r Court t Jc IP d V k a i o t Weduesdayrnorning o r AUTOMOBILE HITS SURREY MrW R Thomas Car Hits Carriage =No Onp Seriously Hurt A horseattached to a surrey con- aming Mr and Mrs B S Haggard and daughter and Mrs Wheel er Haggard was hightehanautomobile driven by W R Thomas Wednesday morning and a serious acid nt was narrowly adverted The carriage party was standingin front of the office 6f The News on Main street and the horse took fright at the approach of the automobile reared and attempted to turn In the narrow space between the sidewalk aLd the street car standing on the track Mr Thomas found it impossible to avoid running into the surrey No one was seri ously hurt although the party were pretty thoroughly lightened Several spokes of the surrey were broken and the harness Mr Thomas was driving at a moderate speed when the accident occurred THE NEWS CO IS ORGANIZED I First Meeting of Stockholders Hed- WelneEdayOfficers Are Elected 9iist meeting of the tock bolderrs of The Winchester News Company was held Wednesday morning at the office of the Com pany Among the present were JW Chambers W S Duty B R Jouett F Jackson K O Fitch W H ijid kin J R Martin R R Perrjrrand W A Beatty The following directors were elected to serve for one yeax J W Chambers W ABe tty and R R Perry v The following offic rs of the Corn pany were then chosen JIi1 SA Batty President 1 W Chambers Vice President R RPerry Secretar and Treas nrer After some little detail businesss and a general discussion of thpol of the tile meQtmg joulnedl HIT PREACHER HAS PASSED AWAY Elder John S Sweeney of ChHstian Church is Dead PARIS KyCct 14At his resi deuce on Eiggins avenue at 110 oclock this morning Elder Jonn S Sweeney one of the greatest preach ers of the Christian church passed peacefully to rest in The 77th year of his age Elder Sweeney followed in the footsteps of the famou Alexander Campbell He came of a family of preachers his father and grand father being preachers of the Bap tist persuasioh the former joining the relormation He had two brothers who like himself were known as puplit orators Elder 3eor W Sweeney of Galforriiat arid Elder Zack Sweeney iOf rColuriibus Indiana v TOMOVgTpCITYb The hanlsome new T6sidence build ing of Mr V fi Bloomfield on Lexihg ton ave meJ has just beer completed It has been leased by Mr Thomas Brock who will move in from the country the first of the month Danger Ever Present Without danger danger cannot to lurmounted PubUus Syrus h2Y tii t iili l tf ft AN AMERICAN GIRL AND AN IRISH EARL When the Ogden Mlllses returned from abroad and went to tfrelr Newport cummer residence they had as their guest a young Irish earl who is reputed to be the fiance of Miss Beatrice Mills This titled gentleman responds to the name of Bernard Arthur William Patrick H eighthiEarl of Granard and owns an estate of 21300 acres named Castle Forbesi in Longford Ireland fir PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD IS i i NOW IN SESSION Delegates Have All Arrived Routine Business nesdaY1IState Synod of the Presbyterian Church that embraces all the Presbyterian Churches in the State is in session liar Wednesday The Jirst session was held at the Presbyterian Church Tuesday night The roll call and the election of a Moderator and clerk was all the business that was transacted at the first session Dr Edwin Muller of the First Presbyterian Church of Lexington was elected Moderator to succeed Rev T M Hawes of Louisville and Rev D M Sweet of Shelbyvillc was elected clerk Called to Order The meeting was called to order by Rev William CUrri Ill gS of this city The Synodicaladdress was delivered by Rev T M Hawes of LouisvilleHis subject was Hearth- Stone Religion His address was veryinterestingto the way that religion should be taught at home to the children and givenduringRev 3 T Leonard of Florida who lesbyterianM Sieg a noted missionary worker of Africa were made honorary mem bers of the Synod After this the WcdnpsdayIState is Divided The State is divided into what is called Presbyteries There are six of them namely West Lexington MulhelenburgTransylvania Synod is an organization composed ofrepresentatives from each of the Presbyteries whose dutv is an exec utive supervision of the affairs of the church Wednesdays Session Wednesday mornings session be gan at 8 oclock The first hour was devoted entirely to devotional exer cises After the reading of the min BRILLINAT EDITOR VISITING CITY Mr Somers editor of the Eliafiefhtpwi isfewsj is one of the delegates to the Synod m session here Probably no editor in the publieMr Sonlerlgl He Is an ind p nae1 thinker and is not tied by party or hethinksof iris type anks Vast Business Each day the Bank of England fills 60 ledgers in keeping the accounts ii s i i S the enrollment of some delegates who did arrive in time to attend the opening session The Synod took np the regular routine of business such as hearing repotjom the various standing comimttce xetc TIlls occupied nearly all the inbrning session Extends Invitation President Tayloi of the Wesleyan collegt extended a cordial invitation to the Synod to have tHem hold there devotioiial exetpisl at the college chapei Thursday morning with the students The mvittition was accepted and the hour of holdv ing the exercises was sefer at 8 45 oclock J t The devotional exercises will last thirty minutes afterTOliich the Synod win return to the church p1i b6gin work on the days program A communication from the General assembly and higher court of Vthe churchregarding the control of C h tral University at Dauvillcvas rcad under the regular order of comm m cations Ever since Central University at Danville was organized it hasbeen udder the control of the Synod but at the last nieetiag the control of it was turned over to the Boatdol Trustees The General Assembly the higher court of the church sent the Inritter hack for cpusideijation at this meeting There was no fiction tiVken on the matter at the time the communication was read but on motion of Dr John Hemphill of Louisville it was ordered that the matter be referred td a committee for consideration The committee is to be composed of one represent ative from each of the six Presbyteries representedS The attendance at the meeting here is said bjr alltobe the largest yet SynodTheday night was about one hundred and delegates have been arriving on all in coming trains all day AFRAID OF PRJWbr t Coming down on a street car Tuesday evening was sa liaowd b f ministers In the party was Mr W 3hambersiind oTherWiictheste tpeople One qf rth Brethren after tag in the sbrrc ndings leaned oye xtp a irieni in front andsaid tlIieine a laic cel i dont want to takeout my pocifetbobk in this crowd Woman In High Position The only woman in the world who bears the impressive tleudea1 of dean la Misa Laura G Carnell who la a leader in the 9xecuUre and fducar tional work of Tempi uItJr1IiPhiladelphia j i l t 2 t ij t h1it rTf CHICAGO Nfl8 LDetroit League Ghanir t fplons ilt iJ Detroit Jiich Oct 1yw1nnlg from Detroit 3 to Cliicjigo Aas now won three of the four games of the championship Eei1e4 Should victory again come to Captain Chance today the r worlds championstiipi for 1908 will come with it The saine was an errorless one and the D trdltonthu slasts ascribed their defeat very largely to the luck of the game Two of Chicagos runs which would have been enough to Trincame h the third inningon two bases on ia steal of second and two hits Chicago add ed another one forgood Snieasure in toi1ghtChances hit In only one futibgi the fourth did DetroitHth eaten With men on first and secon Cobb forced OLeary at third ant Crajvford was caught napping off second In the last four inning Brown Tra invinci ble and tho Detroit side wjs retired each in onetwothree order The pitching of Brown was olearlY up to his usual staadaifd tHls only wlldness us in hlttirisrjpoujfhlin He allowed only four hits two of which went to OLeary and two to Crawford one of the latters being ft double He struck out four men besides accept ing four fielding changes in perfect style Score i Detroit 000 OO OOOO 4 0 Chicago h 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 13 11 9 Batteries Summers Winter and Schmidt Brown and Kllhgr While the crowd wa4tger than that which turned out toj view the penhistrggle of ihIeerjeg here it was not is large aistSad been ex pected in view of Detroit s victory The turnstiles regisered 15907 paid admissions from whlchVro receipts were im 4wasbut the diamond was in good condition and the weatheiCaljriQSt ideal Holland issues Ultimatum CaracasOct14uThe Tevocation of the decree of May 14 is demanded in the most energetic manner the government of Venezuela must from this moment and without delay fulfill the protocol of 1894 and not prolong the intolerable state f affairs which it has created by the decree of May 14 These are the words of trmin ister of foreign affairs of theJer 201he ca then telling of the summaryiissa of Minister De Reus front cas Only ThreeFoot Rise Gallipolis 0 Oct 14Hopes of coal men were blasted when the sud den rise in the Great Kanawha river did not increase the stage in the Ohio over three feet No coal wi be ship ped but tile stranded ferryboats at Straight Ripple Prcctorvflte Ashland and Ironton will resume their runs as will all light draught packets between Gallipolis and Louisville Nine feet of water must develop before coal can be shipped from Pittsburg and the Great Kanawha river Servians Regain Composure Belgrade Servia Oct 14 Milova novics the foreign minister in an in terview denied that there was any mobilization or concentration of the Servian army In his opinion there was no longer any danger of hostili ties for a time at least the people being calmer and the government willing to take Great Britains advice and await the outcome of the proposed conference of the powers re lying upon Europes recognition ofI Scrvias just oausB Charged With Murder of Girl Coplanddale Fla and placed in jail charged ffitk the murder of Lula Dixen a yaung gkl of that place According tof statements said to have been made by her parents tile girl before her death said ah drink a glass ef water hit wkicli Copelaad placed what he told her was quinine Ship died short ly afterward JI Pestoffloe Robbed Richmond KyOct 14rTheTostr fflce vault was blewn open here and ckalest known and about f160 in money was stolen Th r 1i no clew as Jlhidentity of the burglar or burglars Army Offfoer Arrested 1lcaro Oct 14 Lieutenant Col onJBl W P Tuckei paymaster of tin department of te lakes was served with warrants clSrginc him with wife abaado4iIst1ack t is the dtightr 9t Fogmer gemator John A ZQ a I U k 1 j t 2 i t j1 Jl lIVJVsJr WEATHER tr It WarmerfoNightand ifi t lJA i4im investigate tockholderl Kentucky r LAWYERS HAVE A WARM DEBATE WitnessTestiftes That Certain Roads Entered Into Peace Pact f Chicago Oct 14 Questions Infcrossexamination of Henry R Feltonr k general traffic manager of the Stand y t ard Oil company by Frank B Kel + logg government attorney in the 2 hearing of the railroad phase of the government suit to dissolve the Stand t ard Oil company brought on a collo quy between counsel for the oil com pany and the government on the sub ject of immunity to railroads The primary question propounded to Mr Felton concerned a 12cent rate between Whiting Ind where Standard Oil company refineries are located and Toledo and an 11cent rate from Whiting to Cincinnati III this connection Mr Felton declared tkat the roads out of Chicago under pressure from the bureau of corpOra- tions put in an Illegal rate to Toledo Attorney Kellogg asked Did all the railroads put out these rates to East Sc Louis to Evansville to Grand Junction the rates from Chicago to Toledo because they were afraid of the bureau of corporations 1 Mr Rosenthal counsel for Stand ard Oil company interposed I think all of the railroads that were granted immunity against criminal prosecu lion by private arrangement with the government which was undisclosed probably did so Will you answer the question continued Mr Kellogg addressing Mr Felton I dont know of a railroad that was indicted commented Mr Rosenthal wIllie tMr Felton replied that he could not answer the question and Mr Ro- senthal continued and the record in the various cases show that theylwere granted Immunity What they did under the pressure of that grant of immunity we do not altogether knowSMr Kellogg then interposed with the words The more of that sort of talk you put in the record Mr Rosen thai the worse it will be for you Instant rejoinder was made by Mr Rosenthal who declared When the time comes that you can not only con trol your own case but undertake to control what I put in the record then it is time for me to withdraw from the case and I will do it whenever we reach that stage I do not hearSany denial from the governments side of the table that tnese railwayIcompanies were granted immunity from criminal prosecution Mr Kel logg disclaimed any knowledge of any immunity or promise of immunity and after a few more words the cross examination was resumed Says Casjtro Is Not Sick New York Oct 14Major Carmelo Castro brother of President Castro of Venezuela arrived from that country r on the steamer Zulia He said he is here on a pleasure trip only Major Castro denied the report that his distinguished brother is a sick man as recent reports of Dutch ori gin made him out to be At no time was there any cause Major Castro declared for contemplating turning over the reins of government to the1 vice president President Castro his brother averred Vis not an nemyJof this country He merely has been defending the interests of his own country as he sees them and as it has beesahis duty to do Policeman Prevents Suicide Philadelphia Oct 14A handsome ly dressed woman who gave her 4f name as Mrs Julia Curtis and who said she formerly lived in Chicago and Hagerstown Md was detected bya policeman on one of the Dela ware river piers preparing to jump overboard and was taken into cUB tody The policeman was then told by the woman that she bad illtendeda committing suicide She was sent to the Philadelphia hospital A note was found pinned to her clothing bearing the words Goodby John From Julia CurtisSStockman ArreetedScolumbus 0 Oct 14 William H t Stockman of Crook ville formerly of New Lexington who came here with jthe avowed purpose ofll1sQntr ttin as governor place ot Andrew 14 Harris wnom lie claimed to ib jholding office illegally was ajrrested 3when tie mounted the stage in a Co Intnbus theater and attempted im make a political sDeecb jit deielop 5thaf a arra4wa already In the hands of the police for the arrest of Stockman on acharge of lunacy filed k by Probate Judge Haynee at New fLexington j Putnam County Votes fWf Ottawa 0 Oct i4PuWi co ty voted to retain saloons bqr a a Jorlty of 145 The vote waa the JarW at ever cast in the county i 71Is J2 4 I i 7t1 ar J f f t J i t r s J THE WINCHESTER NEWS 7 I QU have your own ideas abotthestgl of suit you Ywant to wear this fall you may prefer the double J J x fi shapeiftfrJ J fi Marxi t ir make so many good styles that about all you need to dothget just what you want is to come to us and say what iif1C Weve got it I Fine suits in many new smart snappy styles agreat variety inthe shape of the pockets the way theyre pulron the shape and hang of the coat a lot of catchy detaiIsyoiJl- t c be interested in Many good colors to choose from Overcoats too when youre ready raincoats topcoats all styles Allwool right tailoring and correct fit 7 iiCr This Store MsirvtoCloth se t i- r Youngbrothers tA j ffVIC BLDDMFIELDf l I LEADING CLOTHIER L BRYAN COMES t- yN TOKENTUCKY 1 r 1 jDemocratic Presidential Candidate to Speak in Louisville r LOUISVILLE Oct 14 Louisville and Kentucky Democrats are art ranging for a rally on nest Tuesday night October 20 that is expected to eclipse any political demonstration r ever witnessed here W J Bryan will cross the river from Indiana and will speak in Louisville This announcement was made Monday night in a telegram from the Demo cratic National Committee to the r State headquarters and the news r was quickly communicated to Rep Tesentative Sherley and other local Democrats When Mr Sherley made the announcement at a big meeting V in the West End last bibacrowd cheered for Bryan and said The Twelfth ward will be there GRAND JURY OFf MERCER AT WORK HARRODSBURG Ky Oct 14 V Since last Friday the Mercer county grand jury has been probing into the isdnducet of city affairs The big row precipitated among the Council men by the large charges made for work o nthe waterworks dam and the pretty free tall of crookedness occasioned the investigation Twelve Ior fifteen hundred dollars has been spent on the dam half of it through Councilman Edger and half through Councilman Daviess and yet it is very freely charged that no good 4 has been doneIOther jobs done for the city are talked of as worthless or overpaid 1AOUR CONTEMPORARIES t The spirit of a political house clean seems to be spreading from l national to more local circles The atmosphere is becoming very heat cd about the corruptionists and ex plosions may occur in almost any quflrterat almost any minute It is 1 wellThe day will bea happy one r for the people when the grafter will be exposed and driven out of office iJ son without regard to hi1political completion Clean IIp geaiemenj tune peoploare with and DemocratdJ t1 rust confidedto him by the people L ind uses it to rob those who honored highwayment1Jt i respecta le gentleman in corn Y j arisjph with the cowardly grafter vHarrodsbur Democratt r f Italian Proverb bil and truth wills get the uA- Perjcist t last f j 7tl r SiS 554t5Slj tyr a CATTLE QUIET AND GOOD ONES STEADY Caves Slow and Weak Hogs Dull and 15 to 25 Cents Lower in Cincinnati Mar ket CINCINNATI 0 Oct 14Re ceipts and shipments of livestock at the Cincinnati Union Stock Yhrds to day were- Receipts 3 32 6059 871 Shipments 579 1902 CATTLEQuiet good steady other grades weak at yesterdays de chars steers extra 450465 good to choice 375435 common to fair 340350 heifers extra 400410 gold to choice 310 390 common to fair 23 cows extra 350365 good to choice 2855340 common to fair 1 275 canners 12 bulls easy and slow bolognas 265315 extra 325 fat bulls 315350 milch cows steady- CALVESSlow and weak extra comrmon and large 3675 HOGS Dull 1525c lower good to choice packers and butchers 5S56 few extra loads heavy 605pG10 mixed packers 535 390 stags 275450 common to choice heavy fat sows 375i535 light shippers 460525 pigs 110 lbs and less 325450 SheepQuiet and weak to a shade lower extra 365375 good to choice 3360 common to fair 1 290 LAMBS Slow and weak to lOc lower extra 565575 common to fair 45rChicago Oco S14 = CattleR cqipts about 8000 market steady Beeves 340740 Texans 325 470 westerners 310570 stock ers and feeders 260450 cows and heifers 1QQ530 calves 6 850 Hogs Receipts about 2000 market 5c to 10c lower Light 40 605 mixed 550625 hear 555575 good to choice heavy 575Z625 pigs 35515 bulk of sales 575605 Shtfep Receipts about 18000 market study Native 2505440 western 440V year lings 4255485 lambs 46 wes tern 3756 PRAYER MEETING There will be no prayer meeting services held at the Methodist Church Wednesaay evening in order to allow the members who desire to attend the meeting of the Presbyterian Synod Putting Away Trousers In folding trousers for traveling or packing purposes put the waist buttons together and pull the trousers down quite flat with the outer seams hqut an inch in front of the inner fold them over into half their length and then put them into whatever re ceptacle waits them Z J i F r ar League To Be Formed Winchester Will Probably be Represented in Roller Polo LEXINGTON Oct 14It is an nounced that Central Kentucky is to have a Roller Polo League this winter and this exciting game which arouses enthusiasm in the Eastern cities is expected to be just what the skating public has been looking for in Kentucky for some time The league which is already being organized will be made up of repre sentatives of several Kentucky towns all near Lexington Among the other cities which will probably be represented are Win chester Danville and Beattyville while Lexington may have two teams irtho field WINCHESTER W IT The management of the Skating Rink state lhat Winchester will be represented in the polo league to be formed The league will be composed of teams from the following towns Winchester Lexington Frankfort Danville and Beattyville The league will be run onthe same order that the Blue Grass baseball league was run At the closed the season a pennant will be awarded to thy teem winning the most games Winchester did not get into the base- l league in time to make much showing at the close of the season but she will be one among the first who will enter the polo league and will furnish a good team that will put up a strong fight for the highest hon ors There was a polo team organized here last year and played a number of games that the public seemed to enjoy and it is needless to say that the games this year will be well attended WAR TO BE WAGED ON COAST RACING LOS ANGELES Cal Oct 14 Culmulative evidence that the racing interests in California will be forced to fight for the life of the game at the coming session of the Legislature was strengthened yesterday by the news taht Rudolph Spreckels mil lionaire sugar king of San Francisco and famous through his connection with the reform movement to clear the city of grafters has decid ed to join issue with the religious element which has announced its de termination to have enacted a statute prohibiting betting on horse races in this State i The Duchess Philosophy The old duchess of Cleveland In vited a relative to her husbands funeral and told him to bring his gun adding We are old we must die but the pheasants must be gVpt v ww rI I rr t J iJ PROFIT TAKINK CAUSE OF SLUMP IN WHEAT Selling by Longs Results in Weak ness With Other Grain Prices tiff CHICAGO Oct 14Profit taking on a liberal scale by leading longs caused weakness in the local wheat market today final quotations show ing net losses were also weak Range of Futures HighDecimy 1041hJLow Close Decnew 1 003 1 003 May 1 0312 1 03lj July or 99v 98Vs CORN High May G41s 643s July 6332 63 Low Close TMay 631h 63V2 July 6234 6234 BE SINCERE Nothing adds so much to ones personal power as the knowledge that one is absolutely genuine and sincere f i If your life is a perpetual lie if afvoupretendThere is a continuous struggle with the truth going on inside you which saps your energy and warps character If there is a mote in your eye re move it at once Otherwise you cannot look the world straight in the face Further there will be a cloudiness a haze about your char acter which will be noticeable to these about you Strength lies in character Deceit is weakness sham and pretense are enfeebling Only the genuine and the sincere are worthwhile i A LITTLE FANCY NEEDED The Passaic N J educator who wants fairy tales and fables barred out of the public schools because so many of the children have to go to workat the age of 14 and have lit tle enough time to acquire practical knowledge is on the wrong track Such children above allothers need to have the faculty of imagina tion developed to the highest degree For many of them there is not much left of the joys of childhood after leavingschool save what they are able to wrest from the daily ofblife by the flights of fancy Phila delphia Record For Lack of ae Better Reason Its likely that many a fellow who Is scarcely able to take care of himself marriesa girl on the theory that she will be able to help him doso Topeka Journal r x lc l t t 3 c i 1t Quality Appearance Price c The Three Great Points in the Purchasing of a Stove it How often do You have an opportunity to bftuy- stoves with these three f in points their favor If the appearance is rightIthe quality may not be up to the standard but ifboth are satisfactory the price maybe prohibitive Here we have a stove of the best quality attractive in every way one that will prove satisfactory in very home and stay so and last but not least at sa price whichever one can afford to pay lxi fosters Winii r9 Range I- has all the above points of Superiority and can ber bought at our store for a price easily in reach ofalL A r Need a St ve TMiik It Over J Grubbs BentonON THE CORNER IAn Advance for Winchester have just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors sortsIlightingaRemember that electric lisrht is to all others It isssfe clean j cheap comfortable convenient ever r aaYIVe furnish it on meter k if desired Winchester Railway Ll lttlfe IceColINCORPORATED cr r y j wVIJi P SWefurnish pe in Winter as voil as Summer t t 1t r J jji td i ri f r f Ct r s r = THE WINCHESTER NEWS f NjGNOT QUITE CLEAR Friends Remark That Left Mrs Hoi Hday In a State of Mild Wonderment unpleasantmoment ized that she had on a somewhat soiled shirtwaist whereas Mrs Greenoughs thin pretty silk was spotless and in the height of style Then she remembered her Blessings tIt must be so hard for you hav ing your husband away traveling so muchof the timeshe said sym pathy in her gentle tone Oh Ive grown used to it said the prosperous Mrs Greeiough Whenlies at home I mean in the city hes generally at his club for the evening VI dont know what I should do if Edward went to a club saidnfi Mrs Holliday with restored dence in herself f He spends all his evenings right at home with me reading or playing duets 1Re was always just like that as a boy said Mrs Greenough warm ly Solid gold Never cared for pleasures or entertainment or any thing of the kind He must be a comfort Good by dear heres my car Goodby said Mrs Hollidny NoW I wondershe murmured as lie twisted the Vrists of her shirt A waist to make the soiled places come farther underneath Youths Comr anion f MISTER AND MONSIEUR The complaint that postmen are not allowed officially to be written to or of as Mr recalls the attempts that have been made to show that feW of us are really entitled to that prefixldaster it is contended Was originally a form of address re stricted to people of a certain stand ing and has been cheapened even as Esquire But the case is noP well made out It is only clear that fasterwas once markedly respectful and in the form Mister has become common property while blaster itself curiously has become confined to boys At any rate the fall has not been so great as in the case of the French Monsieur At one time even a i saint was spoken of as Monsieur Stj Jean under the early Valois king was Monsieur in public documents and later it became the title of the kings younger brother Nowadays M is merely on a level with MrJLORD SALISBURYS MISTAKE The recent death of Gen Sir Red vers Duller of the British armv recalls an incident in the life ot Lord Salisbury which ina measure reflects official opinion on the failure of Gen Buller in his brief career troopsin theulast years of his life was almost blind and deaf One day his secre packagejust litae it contained large photograph I afr autograph dedication for the old premier PieLure and then dropping it on the desk be fore him he muttered Poor Bull er Poor Buller In spite of his failure however Gen Buller until the day of his death was the idol of the rank mid I filet 1 L ADDS TO DIN OF PARIS While in America societies are being formed for the suppression of street noises Paris has added an other to the terror of the streets It as a new form of bicycle alarm THe hell and the horn have had their day and now the favorite SaverKsseur consists ofa sort of miniature tambourine which is struck by a small wooden hammer operated by contact with the spokes of the front wheel It is certainly effective but the noise is said to be n abcadaver S9- great is the demand for the new alarm that in less than eight days s a single shop sold more than a hundred of them WHEN THE QUEEN SLEEPS The bells jnthabbeyof Middy burg in Holland ring every quarter of an hour except when her majesty 4 Queen fiftlbelmina is visiting there 1 then theyare quiet at nighttime as the queen is not what might be called a sound sleeper annot enuurc the noise i fii j j Ir 7Sf r bo f 1 LOOK LIKE PROSPERITY 1 THEonly man who can find fault with the clothes this fall is the man who doesnt want to look as though he could lend money to his friends Our suits and overcoats carry an air of prosperity as well as an atmosphere of good taste v f They are stylish They have individuality vr r The appearance the lines of every garment suggest VI ffie1 idea that tjie man who selected it is a person of discrimination of judgment respect to wearing apparel AFor the younger element who like a bit of life and color in their clothes a little dash about the cut and hang of their coats we have a generous assortment to select from For the more conservative man of affairs we have suits and overcoats that will lend dignity and strength of character to his v appearance Most of our offerings were hand tailored by StejnBloch 8i Co in the best clothes producing establishment in the world It has become the best solely because it delivers clothingwlrich affords the highest de gree satisfaction to clothes buyers A rich varm suit an overcoat that means snug comfort in the coldest kind of weather need not cost a lot of money SteinBlochclothes are moderate in price though they are made LondonColds the cloth by steam shrinking l 1i vNlYy99 Hats to match our Suits AJmVERSARY OF FAM US DEBATE ALTON Oct 14The fiftieth ivfirbrrj the debate between Abntlrirs Lincoln and Stephen Iuglas Alton will celebrated beie Ulek beginning Wednes day and concluding Saturday The debate between the two statesmen took place the northeast corner the city hall October 1853 The first day the celebration Homecoming dayx On Thursday the debate proper will celebrated ming the speakers will Adiai Stevenson Demo cratic candidate for Governor Illinois Friday will Old Settlers day and Saturday will political day with addresses bjr Gov Willson Kentucky Former Mayor Seth Low Yand Senator Jeremiah Sul livan Iowa OPERA HOUSE tThe people the South says Miss Beulah Poynter peculiarly clannish yvhen comes their amusements and show remarkable fondness for plays that have the scenes laid their side the Ma and Dixon line That reason that think my playmade out Mary Holmes delightful novel Lena Rivers mot with such treirienduos success down there The press said lots nice things about andwere very gracious but like give the credit the play Even then reflects com mendation because know made the dramatization myself Then too the people the South intensely loyal their favorites far more than the people the North remember wh very youni Mr Tim Murphy made big success tJirough the South with his play The Carpetbagger and now goes South year after year and always greeted by large aud iences Southerners delight honor those who please them and socjl31 honors sorts cordedusmore lhanrwe can accept for the life ofa travelling actress hard and the exactions ofa railway timetable very trying Particularly the people there fond heaiinp their own soft find sweet accent upon the stage and hear the beautiful magnolias and waving oaks praised the proper lines the playwright The clement romance flamos much more rightly there than mi the Jvprth iici probably cue rejoil that n1o play finds ffavor WalkOver andHanan 5hoes to fitth feet 4 ALLAN N4UHFHYl r n rtl lwf i t WiIE s J 1IaWII e S4l i ir X 1OCL44 i Ill anc of A it be at of 15 of rill be be be E of be be of of N of of are it to a on of son is one I of J of us to me I to to it on me I of are to so of I n I was a is to of all are fro is a one are are of to in of oXf ISt J f of sue r r ITODAVS TANGLE answered Bryan and Haskells answered Hearst and everybodys lyin to see who lies tly worse and Hearst has answered Haskell and all the coal oil gang and everv ones a rascal who ought to go and hang Now Kern has an swered Sherman and Shermans an swered Kern and neither man has whiskers amounting to a dern and Debs has answered some one and some ones answered Graves and Hughes has bought a ticket thats good for seven shaves And Taft has challenged Bruce Marcum to meet him in debate and Mrs PinkI hams answered the Man who pays the freight To all this answer busi ness no ending does The News print ers see and its got them rattledand batty as can be Breathitt News WOMAN IN PULPIT Mrs Anna G Abelson wife of Ohiotsurprined pit to take the place of the Rabbi wjio had been called away on business The Jewish Tribune says It was the first time that a woman had taken the place of her husband in Idadinsr a Jewisa service The re ports indicate that Mrs Abelson created a avqrable impression LARGEST ATTENDANCE The attendance at the Worlds Woman Suffrage Congress is pro nounced by far the largest of any yet held delegates being present from twentythree different Nations Among these are enfranchised women from Australia New Zealand Finland Norway Wyoming Colorado Utah and Idaho MRS JULIA WARD HOWE Of all the fraternal delegates to the General Federation of Womens Clubs which is holding its Biennial meeting in Boston the most distin guished is Mrs Julia Ward Howe She represents the National Ameri TRn Woman Suffrage Association OF INTEREST TO WOMEN At the convention of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance now in session in Amsterdam Holland it has lust been decided that the next congress shall be held in England N May Be a Touch Doiyt feel flattered If a pretty girl smiles at you Wait until you areib solutfcly stire shfe hasnt an amateur shoes ticket in her pocketrAtcaispn Globe N V V t yj F4 hW J i l11 7t tJtil JlJiIj 7 J I jjjjjjjjj PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS- The business community can af ford to be broad and liberal but there are certain things in which Lexington business men should stand together for Lexington first last and all the time We should strive to keep as much of the Lexington trade at home as possible We should practice as well as preach the patronage of home industIies merchants are improving their stores and decreasing what some and home merchants Lexington people have considered the necessity of going to Cincinnati or Louis ville They ought to be encouraged to further possibility for growth aside from the fact that she is a great educational denteiyis in the opportunity for becoming a more important retail shopping center and the wholesale distributing cen lei for the BlueGrass and Eastern Kentucky The money that now goes to Louisville and Cincinnati from Lex ington and the teiritory that belongs to Lexington merchants spent here wouldmean an increased volume of trade more employment and more nnti y in Lexington banks Believing that its first duty is to Lexington and not in any spirit of hostility to Louisville or Cincinnati it is the policy of The Herald to de cline all advertising from those cit ies that seek to die ert from Lexing the trade that should be given to home merchants We regret that this isnot the policy of all the Lex ington newspapers Lexington Her aldLet UK apply this to Winchester 1 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not rise home flourthe best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal 1012tf DIFFERENT PETITIONS Lady Henry Somerset calls attention tb the fact that 2584 different petitions for woman suffrage liave been sent to Parliament v AT FANCY PRiCE Mr Haney Hunt sold three mules to Beard and Mann of Lexington rfor58 rTIDE GOOD Mr Young repprts that the tide is- Vivrvcrnriiri SmiKh nf the L C He arrived this afternoon r t L Special 20 Per Cent Discount THIS WEEK ONLY ON American Standard Revised Bibles Pictures by Christy Gibson Fisher can other popular Artists PAll new Books including the bestWfc of Modern Fiction MI r Toast Epoks Artistic Gift Books Cob lege Girl and Joy Record Books Wedding Books Etc l Phillips Drug Book Store r Peoples State Bank CAPiTAL 100000 q This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depresF sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number of our depositors and in the volume ofour busines e i t enroll new names every week We wantours You c are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business 1 J M HODGKIN CashierrJL BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice Presfdentt 4r 1SConkwrigtil Transfer and lea Co II Crating Handling and Hauling Fur j niture Pianos tic a Specialty j NO 19 North Main Street Both Thones J1i CALL ON NELSONllie Transfer MasJ- Diy a day or niFhtifYOtl tAtE your baggage transferredi ffRCMtae Phone 9 None 33i II II k II s the samesome times better IBrow rooIa oier d SDR Ml s f48 Ilan ar 1Won t fri the tne man V 4 i c r I 1 THE WIhCHESTER NEWS tilS I i jIS 1Jl f TIE WINOKESfER JEWS An Independent Newspaper Jp Published by y the Winchester News Co t Incorporated 1 Office South Main Street 07 Daily Except Sunday 5Eiitered at the Winchester Post Of Its mail matter of the second class J SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered by carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance One yearq 300 l SiX months 150 t One month 25 New Phone No9f WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1903 i A SUGGESTION What might have been a serious accident Wednesday morningYvas narrowly averted An autpmqbile driven at moderate speed frighteued 4 V horse ataphedt a surrey con iainihg fojjr people The accident happened in front of this office On the car track the unused car of the street car company is left standing By reason of this blocking of the street the automobile found itkqjqj street the driver of the automobile found it impossible to avoid run ning into the horse There as1no Xoom within whi h to turn the may chine It seems to us that the street car1 company ought to find a more eon venient place to tore the ar The public street is for the use and con venience of the Citizens They are l denied that use when such obstruc tion blocks the streets It would be a simple matter for the company to arrange fQr a short side track on jtfcme lot on its routs and run the ewrs in on that while not in use 4f NEW CIRCULATION In conversation with one of the a leading professional men of Win chester this morning he remarked that he had taken copies of the first issue of The News with him on a trip e made to Jackson on Tuesday He 3iad distributed them to some of the prominent merchants of the Breath itt county capitol and had heard many favorable Comments on the paper He suggested that we ought to make it our business to secure closer connection with the mountain country We replied that that was one of the plans already formed in The News office We realize as every businessman of Winchester must that the greatest feeder for Winches ters retail trade comes from the t country tapped by the L E We iu have much of that trade Snow It will be part of the task of The News to aid in the extension ofoftr business We propose to putt agents onto all the small towns along the L E to have correspondents in tileD and to see that the paper gets Into the hands of the people there J We have been too busy launching the paper in Winchester to take up that matter as yet But it is one of the schemes of the immediate future We pro dse to circulate a VVnumber oflUqopies all along goodbyI 32 railroad I v AERONAUTS RESCUED After Thrilling Experience In the Sr North Sea Berlin Oct 14The second of the three American balloons that started 1m the race for the international tro jpky on Sunday from Schmargendorf Juts met disaster in the North sea The St Louis manned by N H Ar- JuHA of North Adams Mass and a Hairy J Hewitt was carried overland Iff treacherous alr currents and later 1m the haze tile aeronauts lost their hearings until suddenly they saw the Jpard lights of an unknown coast TUs meant they must descend or risk the danger ot being driven far out off taVfrack ofveKiels They chose the fonner course and for an hour they wre buffeted by the waves almost jflving up idespairE- ventually0 they were rescued by a lifeboat andi the first intimation that accident hail occurred to the St tis was conveyed in a wireless jfMage from Arnold saying Lost s9fhing in the North sea V Die While at Forge 1aw are c0 Oct 14 Ge rge Car IL a blacksmith south of the city nd dead in his shop He was horse aiid had three shoes k ourtb and Ms hammer in e lay dead on the floor hen the owner of the rp nt rwas54and pgan county FOURTEEN MEETINGS In Steel and Iron District Addressed by Judge Taft East Liverpool O Oct 14In the midst of the steel and iron district of Cleveland William Hi Taft commanded the closest attention of an immense audience proverbially regarded as the hardest place in the state of Ohio for a political speaker to obtain a respectful hearing The details of the meeting were not known to the candidate but a half hour before he reached the city The immense tent in which it was held was reached by a fourmile automobile ride thrdugh Cleveland and te audience patiently Waited the halfhour ael ay caused by the lateness of the candidates train When Mr Taft appeared he was warmly welcomedVHe began at once to talk with that earnestness which caused implicit attention He showed fom his viewpoint why it was that the American workmen need the protection of the tariff and cvhat had been the result when he had not had that protection Mr Taft followed this with a detailed accountjqf his own personal expert ence with the labor world The Taft special ran into its first mishap The front trucks of the can didates car and the rear trucks of the Pullman preceding it went off the track just Ill the train was coming to a halt on a siding at Sterling A half hour delay was caused but no other damage was caused except the track torn upv A tristate rally is what the Taft special ran into here Republicans and inarching clubs from Pennsylva nia West Virginia and Ohio towns thronged the city filled the largest theater and openairroverflow meeting- In discussing the issues Mr Taft made a specific statement with refer ence to revision on the pottery sched ule 62 per cent of the table and toilet pottery of the country being manu factured hero While 14 audiences were addressed by the c big meetings were at Wadsworth Elyria Lorain Cleveland and East Liverpool ALLEGE THAT KEEFE IS PROMISED A JOB Democratic Committee Issues 1Statement1 New York Oct 14The Democratic national committee through John J JSordan assistant and acting chief of the press ureau at headquarters made public the following statement It was stated at the national Dem ocratic headquarters that President Roosevelt by promise of office has succeeded in having one of the big men of the American Federation of Labor desert President Compers In his advocacy of the election of Mr Bryan for the presidency The labor leader in question is Daniel J Keefe of Detroit president of the International Association of Longshoremen and one of the vice presidwits of the American Federation of Labor The Democratic committee alleges that Keefe and the president were closeted for several hours In Washington on Saturday Oct 3 and the offer of being named commissioner general of immigration made vacant by the death of Commissioner Sax gent was made in consideration of Keefe repudiating Mr Gompers and the executive council ot the federation Keefe on Saturday last Issued a statement in which 11e said am going to vote for William Taft Keefe Makes Denial Detroit Mich Oct 14 President Daniel J Keefe ofrthe longshoreme s union categorically denied the statement issued from Democratic headquarters in New York that he had been offered the position of commis sioner general of immigration in re turn for his support of William H Tatif Loeb Makes Statement Washington Oct 14 Secretary Loeb upon being shown the state ment Issued from Democratic headquarters in New York said nothing in the nature of a reply would be given out at the White House but that the charge would probablyreceive attention today Daniel J Keefe was one of the presidents callers on Oct 8 Patrick H Morrissey of Cleveland 0 head of the Brotherhood of Rail way Trainmen also saw the president the same day Copper In Logan Istrike 0 Oct l4LWhatis- be a rich vein of copper ore has been discovered oh the Haas farm in eastern Logan county and samples have been sent to a Cleveland assayist It is said that in pio neer days the Indians had copper or laments which they made in this country but that they always refused to reveal the whereabouts of the hid den mine Shoots Sons and Self Goldsberry Mo Oct 14D O Sear man a farmer went to the district school near here called out his two sons aged iO and i2 respectively sliotj one of them dead mortally wounded the Other and then shot and thetrag1edr STATE CANDIDATES Accompany William J Bryan on Tour of Nebraska Accompaniedfor state offices with the exception of one or two W J Bryan campaigned In his own state and at this place completed the first of his threedays Nebraska tour Big crowds greeted him at every point and when his days work was over he had delivered 21 speeches varying in length from five minutes to an hour His argu ments were confined mostly to an swering the statements of Mr Taft and Governor Hughes who but recently visited Nebraska The audiences were mostly farmers and the Democratic candidate frequently moved them to loud applause The route traversed was through numerous Republican strongholds A car load pf speakers was brought along out of Omaha and at each place vis ited by Mr Bryan one was droppedoff to complete the work of expounding Democratic doctrine Mr bryan ac cused Mr Taft of not making the speech in Nebraska thathe had been making in other parts of the country He did not discuss the guarantee of bank deposits he said doubtless because he was informed that the people of Nebraska are in favor of the guaranteeing of depositors His appeal was to the farmers and it was based upon the fact that the farmers have had good crops and fair prices but did the Republican party give you good crops All who think the Re publican party Is responsible for good crops should thank the Republican party Those who believe as we do that the good crops are due to the fertility of the soil to seasonable rains and to the warmth of the sun shine should thank the Almighty Democratic Claims New York Oct 14Vtoe Chairman Hudspoth of the Democratic national committee made public a list of the states In which he says Mr Bryan would receive the electoral vote They are as follows The solid south 166 Nebraska 8 t r Indiana 15VOhio 23 r West Virginia 7 JINevada 3 New York 39 VTotal261 i Necessary to a choice 242 S RENNET IS NAMED At Dupontt Successor on Speakers Bureau of Republican Cemmlttee New York Oct 14 = Chairman Hitchcock of the Republican national committee announced that Represen tative W S Bennett member of the lower house of congress from one of the districts in New York city had been selected as chairman of the speakers bureau In place of Mr Du pont who recently resigned There was a meeting of the execu tire committee of the Republican na tional committee at h arquarters at which the political situation was generally discussed Senator Crane of Massachusetts a member of the Re publican advisory committee met the various heads of the departments Chairman Woodruff of the state Re publican committee went over the registration figures for Greater New York and gave it as his opinion that it was impossible for either Bryan or Chanler to get a majority of more than 100000 out of the registration and that those candidates must get more than that to win in the state Steals Jewels From Wagon Cleveland 0 Oct 14The police are without a clew to the identity of a daring robber who secured jewels valued at several thousand dollars from a treasure a on of the Adams Express company1I on Euclid avenue during the gush hour The agon barred and grated save fora small space In the rear of the drivers seat 1Venuethe wagon for a moment to go to the store entrance to call a clerk He turned to see a man jump from the drivers seat of his wagon with a hand satchel containing diamonds and lewels collected earlier in the trip SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS TRAIN SCHEDULE f Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows- Q O EAST BOUND No 20 Daily Er Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m tfo 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 9 25 p m C O WEST BOUND No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m Nrt 25 Daily Ex Sunday 2ftOp m No 23 Daily 438p m L N SOUTH BOUND Not 24 Daijy Ex Sunday S 55 tu No 33 Daily 11 59 a m Nq 9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 pk m No 31 Daily il09p in L N NORTH BOUND Kir 34Daily Daily1 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday71a a m No 32 Piily 250 pm No 28 Daily Ei Sunday 488 Pnr L E EASTiBoTTND No 2 Daily Ex Sundays 3 05 p roo- fNo4 Daily 813 am j JLiE WEST BOUND No Daily Ex Sunday 912 n m No 3 Daily 520 pm j j RI HUMPTONWint BF Castle j I THE Nationalji Bank MAIN STREET M1nehsster Ie Ientaeky Ctplta1 2OOPOO Surplus IOOOOO Undivided Profit 35000 Organlxed 1865 being the oldest Bang It inoidtT Collections mado on all polts and yoarac ounti solicited 24 MAKE LIFE WORTH r=x LIVING r By Buying Your Racket Goods Paint Wall Paper and Floor Oil ClotH From Baber Reeves HOM PHONE 224 No 9 E Broadway I Kindly Remember The Postal Telegraph and Cable Co receives results of National and American League Games for Championship Will cheerfully give any information possible Call us at our office Brown Proctoria BOTH PHONES L M Butsch Manager 18SS1908 THE BEST INSURANCE IS THE WEST F you are not insured Find our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms BEfore insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 CABINETS for filing letters or card cases for lbose leaf ledger cards are always used in offices where they file away letters and bills and keep copies of those written in the office We have some good ideas in the way of letter files cabinets etc t fF WE MAKE ANYTHING r IN MILL WORK ReP S OBEE S l j liifJ INCORPORATED Y r r y i tTitI lt ti ii f- rOUV t GOOD ClJTHfS t mE do not aim at the extremes low highnquality neither you nor we can get both at the same timeC Quality is OuriMotto Eventually every one will see the economy ofreal ly good clothes like the kindJst3tlecolors tailoring everything js permanent will endure We shall be pleased to show you the fall linei= r f t itP 5OOto35OOH I Mens Shoes of the Better Kind 350 to 650 STETSON HATS RUPARDSTEWART CO 9 Are You Ready H WE ARE TO SELYOU GUNS SHELLS LEGGINS a HUNTING COATS LOADING SETS CGEEfN ING RODSEVERYTHING YOU NEED WHEN HUNTING ALSO EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE STOVES GRANITEWARE BLACKSMITHS MATERIAL TOOLS CUTLERY SKATES tcfTHE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES CON SISTENT WITH GOOD BUSINESS YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDiR E 1V1ARTIIM Salesman WY T HA1VIO1V Hj OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE WINCHESTER KYI Ie ikoiLAiLAtflV 1 THE RIM DOES IT1 No tray No pusher is Nousing fingers I Willnot upset No spilling food IITEACHES THE BABY HOW TO EAT 1IThe Winn Furniture Co S J i r CLEAN COAL All our coal is carefully screened and consequently it is free from dirt and dust Carefully screened coal naturally gives the best heat Another important item is that in buying our coal you do not pay for any waste You get absolutely the lest coal in the market and at no higher price than you pay for in ferior quality Call or telephone If WINKMARTIN INCOTPORATED COAL b SUPPLY CO- t J jl if j cXr r r ti it 2 t It 1tTHE WINCHESTER NEWS t Z7 jt j r t r t t ky t Ii J I c Fall D GoodsHI f a es 1 T1i We easily carry the fullest line of the very latest Fall Dress Goods In bur Wool Dr t Goods stock you will find assortttentsthat certainly give the widest titud in selec3 j i I tibh that you have ever had in this store It is said that a Dry Goods store is i v 4fc known by the kind and character of its Dress Goods and Silk business 5O ij T V t 1w are satisfied to be judged by these two departments J I 7 I I c it th t Dress GoodsSI These run inpricesfrom 100 to 4oojper yard Voiles plain per yard ViOO to 250jVoiles fancy per yard 0125 to 250 Broadcloths foreign and domestic per yard 100 to 400 Bordered Tailor Suitings per yard 100 to 350 Shadow Stripes per yardri V 100 to 200 Wool Batisfe 36 niches wide in all shades J 50C r I Silks 1 M alh1Jtt et and evening shades per yard Mc t6100 Satins 36 inch Satins in all shades per yard 100 ReadyMade Naistsfj Plainwhietailored thebestfitlathe dressmaking ntj FursR1 Gloves t WE PAR ICULARLY INVITE THE OF WINCHESTER LARKn COUNTY TO VISIT OUR STORE AND INSPECT ALL OUR FALL GOODS i icr CLIFTON ROSS J 7 South Main Street Opp Court House fWinchester t I I 1 SOCIETY i Mr James Pbynter has been at his old game of fishing Because the weather was warm Tuesday he again i bait You II wellask if bef ever caught any fish i vv Candy Pulling The girls from Miss Rose Bald wins store had a candypulling at Miss Gertrude Bushs home on Tues day nightt There was great fun in burning the hand and dropping the candy bti5a little black doesnt hurt Those who enjoyed the fun were Misses Phoebe Lambert Bess Ped dicord Mrs Middleton Mrs John i jQJlear Misses Mary Curry Ethel Porter J Porter Alma RifpardyvEd na Ramsey Moore Gertie Bush and Evelyn Price J Hogan Green J 1 As the clock was striking one Mr Ed Green and Miss Edith Hogan were united in the holy bands of matrimony by Rev J H Mae Neill Immediately afterwards the happy couple left for Cincinnati for a few days On their return they will stay with her father until Jan 12 and then go to housekeeping in the grooms home onB street The bride is a young woman of lovely character and justly popular while Mr Green is u most honorable and upright man worthy oft tlie bride jie has wont Their many friends wish them all the happiness and success to be had in fiiis life i 4D1 Card of Announcement t The fbllbwbg cards lave ben sent out a v i Mr and Mrs Abraham Feld announce the marriage of their daughterMary to Mr Louis Judah Sunday October the eleventh nineteen hundred and eight 1503 Lincoln Avenue Walnut Hills Cincinnati j Delightful Social I Oeri of the most delightful affairs of the week was the social given at the home of Mrs J W Green Thursday night on the Ruckerville pike The entertainment was given in honor of her niece Miss Margaret Mockabee of Myrehouse Mo who has been in the county visiting for several weeks Among those present were t Misses Ethel Brookshire Mary Mann Carrie Lee Warner Jennie McKinney of Winchester r Cut olaSS at Cut Prices- apurcliased selec ion at a an ru- saeWleiiiNewr York Mrs Ella W Haggard J H x r I c 2 ty 0 i Js 1 4 J J I nePtJt i New fancy Waists from v 5OO toi1500 Waistsfrom S150up V t v Suits tr If Women who buy their apparel here have the assurance that they are getting the best quality beSt prif a moderate one A style to suit every figure j r i v- DressIVIalcIngr MissBowen is g illin charge of our departm ri I i 1 t i v I I tj j Minnie and Elizabeth Watts Ida Wells Minnie and Mary Blanton Alva and Francis Heflin Millie Witt Ruth and Callie TIeKinney und Leila BurgherMessrs George and Albert Fox Clay Lee and Hula Aldridge Cleve land Watts Oliver Greening Charlie and Perry Wells Ernest Gilbert Wal ter Ballard Walter Gambdo Ernest Webber Joe Estcs John and Matt Peryand Mrs Grover Gilbert Mrs WTOwens is visiting rela tics in Lexjngton BushSimms This a6tprnon The Maples the beautiful country home of Mr and Mrs J W Raglaml was made re splendant with its decorations of palms ferns and Dotted plants in ho 101 of the marriage of their niece oVUss Wheeler Ragland Bush to Mr Grimael Simms Promptly at three oclock Mr W E Fri 2ec of Lexington and pastor of Forest Grove Church married them The bride wore a beautiful blue tailored suit with hat and gloves to TnaUh Mr iu l Mrs Simms left immed lately for a visit io relatives andwill S d to house keeping in town on their ilTn The bride is a most charm ihg pirl and all their friends wish leii i long life and a prosperous ore PERSONALSr The many friends of Mr Woodsbn McCord are sorry to hear that he is not so well- Beginning on November 8th Dr J W Porter of Lexington will hold a BaptistClmrcbMrs Rachel Morgan goes to Lexington today to be cone several days 5afewMiss Geneva Adams of Clay City is in town to attend the GreenHogan wedding Mrs Frank C Walls of Louisa is in town on business Mr Arnold of Richmond is in town on businessIMr D B Price of Versailles one of th prominent of the State delegates is in towni QWingSvilleMrs J Ei Gtiaskill V Miss Edna GaitsHll has returned i 4 t a t 1 1 f Tlrr br home from a visit to Owingsville- Mr Clarence Lebus was in tlu city Tuesday on business in con nection with the Burley Tobacco Society Samuel A Ramsey is but again after a long snell of fever SJ1ainseyaJnesday for a yisii to Mrs Ed Pat terson of White Oak Miss Addfe Peoples Tennessee is visiting her father Rev J R Pee pIes Friends and relatives of Mrs G- Lee Wainscott havereceived lefters in the lasts reportirig her rapid recovery for appehdiclftjv She wits operated on bv Dr Mayo of Rochester Mini on Shelwas accompanied to jVIinnesota by her husband and her mother Mrs Hgrvey A Rogers Mr W P Azbilf leaves Wednesday for Middleshoro in the interest qf i Winchester Granite and Brick Coc Messrs Matt Bean andJolmfjBcan qru7MrHorse Cave on business iS 1Rp Mr and Mrs F N Wood ofTJfex ington are visiting Mrs Lowe Mrs Thomas Satterwhite of Lex ington is visiting Mrs Mollie Durall Mrs Roger Smith of Lexington is visitiiig Mrs James Oliver Miss Carrie Goffof Lexington spent Tuesday wn Mrs Sam Rutlecfge has gone to the country to spend a few days Mrs W Z Eubank entertained the Ladies Missionaiy Society of the Methodist Church Monday at Oil Springs liiss Ruby lush left Tuesday af ternoon for Lexington to be gone several days Misses Sallie and Ketinah Green of Mt Sterling are the attractive guests of Mrs Will Hagagardw Mr Earl King of Ashland Ky i sthe gu stof Xriendsiinijle city Mi and lJrs GusjBrooksihave en gaged a suite Q Yoomsvas Mrs Gepxge Kphlhass for the first of November iand will spend the vinter here f Col Howitrd13nn of Waco Tex as who has been in Lexington at tending the Trots is spending a few Lane7dayson Boone street Mrs Waller Bean is visiting her sister hi Omaha Neb Rev C A Tajjue of Richmond was in town Tuesday and Wednesday on business Hiss Annie Crriron is spending A few days with MrsVNelson Gay Mr rand Mrs William Hague pf flf f i r iThe choicest skins of furbearing animals for Neckt t Wear Muffs and Coats perfect in fit a111uptodater y Bordered FlannelettesCome in and let us show you what we have in ijroder ed Flannelettes f We t juPACovers Doilies j r All our Gloves are guaranteed and carefully fitted tothe hand Perrins are known the world over as the best We have also a frill line qf short pioyesrthe seasons very latest LADIES j t i t j Too Good to Forget atewhatwork for your benefit t lotresfepricesefit We gather together all the supposedly better things for yoortea d Weso conduct ourbusiness as to afford YOTLev erY possLb a n vantage This Service Is Too Good to Forget r i C H 80WEN Jeweler aiid op r n J ARTIS TURNBULLr ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVALtoh l f tiJ t DAILY t t 1 j t i OFr W Ii i p4 f j- rl a 111 NEW MODELS f LJ IN t 1J t SUITS COATS WAISTS ND 7 SKIRTS Our Strictly Tailored Models Reveal in a Marked Degree that Indefinite Spmpthing Called Style HtAutumns Newest Textttfg 1 l IN HIGH GRADE SILKS AND j DRESS GOODS V f 1 We Invite You tot inspect the Season Newa lftint andExtensiveI i at c Frankfort arrived to attend Ihe i orchPickiqll needing Dr EII Green Attorney C C Fox o2 Danville and Rev Mror pheus shoemaker of Pisga are the guests of Mr and Mrs Lucien Beck ner Mr Will Hall of ShelbyviUewas the guest of his cousin Mr HHHall Thursday E P ire of Madison county rJ S J t f tx iY t V fq rjLfi 1 1 jyJ- 1 r 4i 4 r Itfwas the burH Hall the first oT ihweeMrs Emma Grlgory Aiio iJilla her aug their D1is L 1 is greatly improved j Ifrs TV S V nMeteraBdJli i L t ringtoa OftJie n4RS TJoeT e dt1 egate from lay Qi jIt J j1 y f tIjItd r 4t i j n a iJ s c l iJ 0 3 THE WINCHESTER NEWS e oO O OO OI i tiir M nrrSrrtA rtc r Ta tPatr + O It neyoungerw5et1 itf uBy ROBERT W lA RS1I atAuthor of The FightingChaau Etc t c Copyright 1907by Robert W Chambers J O H H H 0 OH 0 H 0 H H H H H0 0 J t Im going to plant myself here on you VDpnt notice him Austin said ahe only wishes to be Implored l And by the same token youd both better let me Implore you to dress She rose and bent forward In the fire i light to peer at the clock Goodness t i Do you creatures think Im going tot give Eileen half an hours start with JJf her maid and I carrying my twelve years handicap too No Indeed Im t r decrepit hIt Im gojngto die fighting Austin get upl Youre horribly slow any owPhn Austins man such as he Iswlll be at your disposal and- y your luggage Is unpackedjIn the hallway Selwyn and Austin encountered a radiant and bewildering vision awaiting themEileen in all ber glom Wonderful said Gerard patting the visions rounded bare arm as he hurried past Fine gown tine girl BritIve gbt to dress and so has PhUf ipt He meant well Do your like It Captain Selwyn as confronta f 1snt coming and1 thought perhaps youdbe The fornial half patronizing compli meta on tits tongues tip remained there unsaid He stood silent touched by tbe faint underringing wistfulness In tbe laughing voice that challenged his pinion and something within him responded In time Your gown is a beauty such wonderful lace Of course anybody would know It came straight from Paris or from some other celestial region She 4 colored enchantIngly and with pretty frank impulse held out both herhands to himiYou are dear Captain Selwyn It is my first real dinner gown and Im quite mad about it and somehow I wanted the family to share my mad ness with me Nina wilt She gave It TO me the darling Austin admires It tooof course but he doesnt notice t such things very closely and Gerald isnt here Thank you for letting me show It to you before I go down She save both his hands friendly little shake and glancing down at her skirt in blissful consciousness of its perfection stepped backward into her- own roomrLater4 while he stood at his dresser constructing an immaculate knot In his knockedrHurry PhilOq may I come In You ought to be downstairs with us you know And It was very sweet of you to be so nice to Eileen The child tiad tears In her eyes when I went In Oh just a single diamond drop In each 1 Your sympathy und interest did it II think the child misses her father on an occasion such as this the beginning of life the first Step out into the world Men do notUnderstand what It means to us Gerald doesnt Im sure Ive been watching her and I know the shadow of that dreadful tragedy falls on her more often than Austin and I areaware of You are among your own people anyhow e s t t s His own people The impatient ten derness of his sisters words had been sounding in his ears all through the evening They rang out clear and In sistent amid the tumult of the dinner He heard them In the laughing confa sion of youthful voices They stole I Into the delicate undertones of the mn sic to mock him The rustling of silk and lace repeated them The high heels of satin slippers echoed them in irony His own people The scent of overheated flowers the sudden warm breeze e aJcapricious fan the mourning thrill of the violins emphasized theemphasis xf i the words tAnd they sounded sadder and more 4meatlingiess now to him here In his own ioml1ntn the monotony of their recurrent mockery began to unnerve 4 him s He turned on the electricity shrank r from it extinguished it And for a long time he sat there in the dark less of early morning his unfilled pipe clutched in his nerveless hnudI C te3z 0 pick up once more and t t tighten and knot together Ifii the loosen ed j threads which represent j ed the unfinished record that his race had woven Into the social fabric of the metropolis has merely an automatic matter for l Selwyn c His people had always been amorigjtli tmakers of that fabric into 1 purL ofitsv vastancftiutrifafe pattern they had woven an inconspicuously honorable record chronicles of births 3and deaths and n nrniajes a plaln I iueiiioraulmu of plain living und upright UUngwith theirfellutt UMVI ti Some public seri fOf modest nature i they had performed not seeking it not r jstiirl Ing accomplishing itcleanlyj when i tt tray intrustPt to them HlsforeOsithprs had been ns i rule fi17 professional jnen piiysiclaus and fury t theaiis1 l3f Ar jS r fwNv St5 twisting a tourniquet for a cureiiij indefinitelyateMontauk Point sickened in the trench I esbeoreSantJ21goHis as division med lea officer in Sheridans cavalry had been perhaps too more devoted no more loyal than the services of thousands of officers and troopers arid his reward was a pension offer declined He prac ticed until his wife died then retired to his country home from which house AusIMrS lwyn SrH continued to pay his tues on his fathers house in Tenth aCmonthfamilyiretired fa due tlmeoIThe first gun Florida keys sent Selwyns only brother from his laav office in hot haste to San Antonio That same gun Interrupted Selwyns connection with Neergard Co op orator in Long Island real estate and a year later the captaincy offered him in a western volunteer regiment operating on the island of Leyte completed the rupt re And nowbe was back again a chance career ended with option of picking up the severed threads his Inheritance at the loom and of retv lug them warp and weft and contiuu lug tilt pattprn according to the dp signs of the tufted tinted pile yarn knotted in by his ancestors before him Meanwhile he was looking for two thinsan apartment and a Job the first energetically combated by his fm mediate familyIIt was rather oddthe scarcity of Jobs Of course Austin offered him one which Selwyn declined at one enraging his 41qtber ln lawoIBut whit do I know vestment of trust funds demanded Selwyn Yon wouldnt take me if were not your wifes brother and thats nepotism forInearly ten minutes after which In cheered up relighted his cigar nd re Burned his discussion with Selwyn con boysIBitly A little later reverting to the sub jeer of his own enforced idleness Sel wyn said Ive been on the point or going to see Neergard but somehow cant quite bring myself to it slinking into his office as a rank failure In one proiession to ask mm ir ne nas any use for me again Stuff And fancyT growled Gerard Its all stuff and fancy about your be Ing any kind of a failure If you want to resume with that Dutchman go toI him ands y so If you want to Invest anything in his Long Island schemes hell take yok in fast enough He took in Gerald and some twenty thousand Isnt he very prosperous Dusti- nVeryon paper Long Island farm lands and mortgages on Hampton hen Hoops are not fragrant propositions tome But theres always one more way of making a living after you counted em all up oh youV fingers If youve any capital to offer Neergard he wont shriek for help But isnt suburban property On the jump Yesboth ways Oh JI suppose that Neergard is all right If he wasnt I wouldnt have permitted Gerald to go into It Neergard sticks to hisfexactly how he operates I only know that we find nothing In thatsort ofi thingsfor our own account But Fane Harmi ii Co do Thats their affair tooUs all a matter of taste I tell vyouV Selwyn reflected I believe Id go and see Neergard if I were perfectly sure of my personal sentiments toward him Hes been civil enough to me of course but I have always had a curI ous feeling about Neergard that hes forever on the edge of doing some thingdoubtful His business reputation Is all right IHe shaves the dead flue IIkeja safety razor but hes never yet cut through it On principle however look out for an apple faced Dutchman with a thin nose and no lips Neither Jew Yankee nor American stands any chance in a deal with that type of financier Personally my fe toaplay games wIthJulius Neergard Id prefer to be his partner And so I told Gerald By the way Austin Checked himself looked down at his cigar turned it oer and over several times then continued quietly BV the way I suppose Gerald is like other young men of his age and times Immersed In his own affairs thought less perhaps perhaps a trifle selfish in the cross country gallop after pleasure I asrather severe with him about his neglect of his sister He ought to have come here to pay his respects to you too v Oh dont put such notions into his head Yes will insisted Austin How ever indifferent anD thoughtless talselfish he Is to otber people hes got becpnsjderat towardhisown faul and r told film sotiHave y but seen li IafelyCt l Not since the first timevwheiv he came to do the civil by you No but dont Yes I willrepeated his brofherIh law and rin going to have a thorough Whatjhesreport to me occa sionally Thats all there Is to it He has entirely too much liberty with his bachelor quarters and his junior whip persnapper club and his house parties and his cruises on Neergarda boat He got up casting hIS cigar from him and moved about bulkily muttering of matters to be regulated and firmly too But Selwyn looking out of THe window across the park knew perfectly well that young Erroll now of age with a small portion of his handsome Income at his mercy was past the regu lating stage and beyond the autfiority of Austin There was no harm in him He was simply a joyous pleasure IpV ing cub chock full of energetic In stincts good and bad right and wrong out of which formed from the acts which become habits character matures This was his estimate of Gerald S S P t The next morning riding in the park with Eileen he found a chance to speak cordially of her brother Ive meant to look up Gerald be said as though the neglect were his ovvu fault but every time something happens to switch me on to another track Im afraid that 1 doa great deal of the switching she said dont I But youve been so nice to me and to the children that Miss Errolls horse was behaving badly and for a few moments she be came too thoroughly occupied with her mount tq finish her sentence The belted groom galloped up pre pared for emergencies and he and Sel wyu sat their saddles watching a pret ty battle for mastery betjveen a beau tiful horse determined to be bad and very determined young girl who had decided he was going to be good Once or twice the excitement of so licitude sent the color flying into Sel wyns temples The bridle path was narrow and stiff with freezing sand and the trees were too near for such lively maneuvers but Miss Erroll had made up her mind and Selwyn already had a humorous idea that this was no light matter The horse found it serious enough too and suddenly conclud led to be good And the pretty scene ended so abruptly that Selwyn laughed aloud as he rejoined her There was a man Boots Lansing in Bannards command One night on Samar the bolo men rushed us and Lansing got Into the six foot majors boots by mistake seven leaguers you knowand his horse bucked him clean out of them supposestory Captain Selwyn I believe stuckto my saddle b ialDivwas adorable when teased especially in the beginning of their acquaintance before she had found out that it was a habit of his and her bright confusion always delighted him into further mischiefBut wasnt a bit worried he con tinued You had him so firmly around the neck Besides what horse or man could resist s cba pleading pair of arms around the neck IWhat you saw she said flushing up e actly the way 1 shall do any pleading with the two animals you mention ILater she remarked Its Just as says after all Isnt It I suppose so lie replied suspicious ly What That Gerald isnt really very wick ed but he likes to have us think so Its a sign of extreme self conscious ness isnt it she added innocently womanotthinksThat be said is the limit Im going to ride by myself Her pleasure in Selwyns society had gradually become such genuine pleasure her confidence in his kindness 50 unaffectedly sincere that insensibly hisrmanner especially since she realized how much amusement he found in her own smiling confusion when unexpectedly assailed Also to her surprise she found that fie could be plagued very easily though she did not quite dare it at first In view of his impressive years and experience But once goaded to it she was astonished to find how suddenly it seemed to readjust their perspnal relations years and experience falling from hiss oulders like a cloak which had con cealed a man very nearly her own age years and experience adding themselves to her and a t least an inch to her stature to redreps the balance bC1 tween themFIt had amused him Immensely as he realized the subtle change and it pleas ed him too because no man of thirty five cares to be treated like a grand father by a girl of nineteen even if she has not yet worn the polish from her first pair of high heeled shoes Its astonishing he said how lit tie respect Infirmity and age command In these days I do respect you she insisted es pecially your Infirmity ofpurpose You said you were going to ride by your lself But do you know I dont believe you are of a particularly solitary disposition Are you 1 He laughed at first then suddenly his face fell Not from choice he said under his breath Her quick ear heard and she turned semiserious questioning him with raised eyebrows Nothing was just muttering Iv a villainous habit of muttering L m shy nothings You lid say something i JM n only shoulish gabble the mere I bo Ij 7ai r l l t murky mouthlngs of a meager mind You did Its rude not to repeat it when I ask you1J I didnt mean to be rude Then repeat what you said to your self Do you wish me to heasked rats ing his eyes so gravely that the smile faded from Up and voice when she Gerald ErrolL answered JII beg your pardon Capi thin Selwyn 1 did not know you wer serious Oh Im not he returned lightly Im never serious No man who soUl oquizes can be taken seriously Dont you know Miss Erroll that the crown Ing absurdity of all tragedy Is the so liloquy Her smile became delightfully uncer taln She did not quite understand him though her instinct warned her that for a second something bad men aced their understanding Riding forward with him through the crisp sunshine of midDecember the word tragedy still sounding in her ears her thoughts reverted natural ly to the only tragedy besides her own which had ever come very near to her his own- Could he have meant that Did people mention such things after they had happened Did they not rather con ceal them hide them deeper and deep er with the aid of time and the kindly years for a burial past all recollec tion Troubled uncomfortably intent on evading every thought or train of ideas evoked she put her mount to a 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three or four days after calving is quite different In col or taste and appearance from milk In its normal condition Such milk milk dir Jfernt chemical from or dinary milk Colostrum milk is yellow in colon and has sweetish taste and oily Reeling When byed Tspagulates on account of the gd amount of albumen present BUSY BUILDERS- ofteif run short of lumber supplies hIJycarry large enough took By making your contracts for any kind of lumber with the Lumber Co efficient service is MfgI deal iu the best grades of hard woods lath shingles hard wood floor ing etc seasoned Winchester Lumber Se Mfdw CompanyINCORPORATED J r I CHEAP COLONY fIOUSEFOR CHICKS IItSimplifies the Work Raising Poultry a il Agriculture a a a a a a a t i J same was made from an organ box and two rods of netting at a total cost of 145 If dry goods boxes were used in the construction the cost could probably be lowered below one dollar The chicks are kept in this house till they are old enough to roost on poles in the large central houses Hamamelis Virginica Witch Hazel Mississippi MilkThe calledcolostrum composition characteristic Winchester guaranteed thoroughly lateness of coming into flower which is in September and October The flow ering takes place while the leaves are falling continues on until winter The fruit takes the whole of the next growing season to mature The bark the leaves were used as medicine by the Indians are so used by the whites When hot water is poured into colo HarrYSnyder Clean MilkIt is generally sup condpends The Hen Yard Increase the sue of the hen yard so that the grass will not be all eaten oiL SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS ADVERTISE IN THE NEWr i f f r t J 1 BOWLING ALLEY TO BE OPENED N R Ratliff Will Run First Class Establishment on Broadway N R Ratliff has leased the Beau building oir Lexington avenue and will open up a bowling alley Mr Ratlin has for the past three weeks been engaged in remodeling the building arid placing alleys which have arrived Some of material has ben 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re ands receive R frechshtpnlertt lUfQur tImes a week 111 orders given prompt attention J t t STOKELY ROUNSAVALL v Mriifemdell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices lid ad i2e Od cross ioiiFHuWs Candia JBeW s Flowers EQX justsr lag Mobtfa fflorniiig at 2 o cloak rSome eight or ten cars were demo uichea Jglarex quantity of flour fcMBSt ioinsratiiiil uiarkea for tuba water by tbe Company at lpfcr i1 Ib MCktand as purchased in qwntities of from one Hack to two ikmittBd ponndsx The wreck WHS cleared ana traipf Were running by Monday night Mxg BS1iisusBeallof Lexihg ten awl MIS Mary Webber of WMcheefcr are visiting their neices ItfiiB es J9tefeaaobrbere Tfa Teachers Association met on JTniay tie 8th at the Franklin ck o2boase Addresses were deliv end by Profs Taylor Bbsley Tan = aer and otbeisv A nice dinner was a feature of the occasion The Meetisg was 41 splendid success John Miller and family are iPxOOJtoT xas Me aBi Mrs Ode Piersall of Wiacijeste visited the Tatters Ixetiic j Mr James Thomson Suuv- f I jMba Mite Bart Fryer and sQn Chim cf7 of Missouri visited idrlrjf WiUs last week rll v i Nil Difference is tttOe While people talk oU1e r milk in tie cocoanut Mr Citiman WenT iiile WillieWhy do they say Inilic Itt doesnt look like anything butt water Mr CUIman WeUPhUadelphlaPress t 4 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOUfla On Main street laclibs gold watch Owner can have same 1F1c und paying HASTINGS C O Freight office + lO12tt 1 FOR SAtE OR RErJTThree rooms Ripply Mrs Joicy Burgin College Street 10 14tf j 1 1 a J A iRiJi1JS RASTDS t JOffliSTON BROWN WTW 3GGTO SJ 3NOW COMES DOWNf D UtA BEATER FROM I It1 J REAL ESTATE SALE M J3 Pape 31 Wednesday morn ing sold to T D Corner a house andlojt on First avenue in Massie addition fOL 1299- RETURNS HOME MrBemSalendar who has been trayeling in Virginia and West Vir giniajireturned to his home in this ci Tuesday- BURIED WEDNESDAY Iffhe fouryearold son of ftjr and Mrs Miller Bradloy of Bloom igdale was buried Wednesday The cause of death was diptheria MILKING RULE A LIFE RISK WomanHating Cow Kicks Man with n l an Apron 1RIchmod Hill L I Because Brin dleiia lon Horned cow owned b 9 titg KQSih will permit no one bu a than to milk her Koch when he a ettred at milking time attired in ldhwhite apron had his face cu open and bruised by a weUdirectcr kick from th cows hind leg Kocl r jeana ron because the board c health has ordered all persons milkin cows to wear them Brindle while she is a woimr Hkter is easily deceived and it is said that once a woman doanei trcu lsers and succecdedJn milking the aIwltho trouble When Kot came tpward her wearing his aprcr tied around his neck and up under hi chin the cow glanced over her shou der Is wwhatappelred to be a pett coM and gave a kick that upset mill pail and milker Then she lashed out cutting Koch face above the left eye Koch took U his heels EEKS CUT RATE MARRIAGE Michirsn Man Tries to Get Marker Down License in Indiana i South Bend Ind George E Graf of Bangor Mich came to South Bend to drive a matrimonial bargain and began by asking for reduced rates of FrankP Gristoph county clerk rafts with his intended bride walked Into the office and after being told thepriqe of the license remarked Don you think the price a little steep partner iWhen told that two dollars was the notir he lowed she was but added that he had hoped to save a little money for his wife and not spend it all on a license cAfter much hesitation the man foam Michigan drew forth a roll of tills and paid muttering that he could get married cheaper in Michigan than in Indiana Lays Egg In Lap of Autolst Sullivan Recently while an auto mobile party was passing through a small town near here they ran Into a group of chickens out in the middle of the road A hen in attempting to get out of the road of the machine flew into the lap of one of the lady occu pants and deposited an egg The egg was unbroken and was given btthe party to a storekeeper in the tow aidat has been placed on exhibition r NOTICE Imake to your torder snits and overcoats for 13 and up GEORGE N KOHLASS 10123tfr WHf BUYWATER l m OysteiealersIr r J J FcburSfJWnel1a dealer mixes fresh 0 j i s f vatetwitKqysters and prevails on- toY9U buyit at the Tate of from if X aoeto soepifquart HE may be smart gr 4 but amt 1YU foolish Your water x 6 Cpariyfwiii r sell yoif water at a much ft lpirer j i1N w if you want oysters ixt to1YIr re na ural flaor nlsQ- lI f Id meatsrq n9 water at allour Seal shtpt- t Qysters ill the Ill Tel honean orif rtfj 1 ydetar diO into our store 1 T tryBARPJESa jA h l f 1J y ttrf f1 itifjJ i X r t SOFFRMEtTES RIQCOMMONSr oor oas o od on f i1TraffieJ V ATTEMPT TFOQTBAl RUSH Entire Pone Force of City Mobilized Jn Neighborhoodof Parliament Square Battles Three Hours With Determine Women One of Whom b Strategy Enter Buildingand Session Unemployed Also Take Hand In emonstrationI London OCL14The climax of the suffragette campaign was reached when an enormous mob hummed In parliament and stopped traffic In all streets leading to Westminster For more than three hours the crowds scuffled goodnaturedly with the police interfered with theatergoers disorganizedthings LondonThe heroine of the day was Mrs Trayers Symons formerly secretary to James Keir Hardie the Socialist and independent member ofparlia- ment who reached the door of the house of commons by strategy The house was solemnly debating a bill to prevent children from cigaret smok ing when the woman dashed past the doorkeeper to a position in front of the speakers chair and shouted shilly Leave oft discussing children and talk about women Three officials seized Mrs Symons and carried her out bodily She was dismissedorder wag issued that hereafter women shall not be permitted in the build ing on any pretext whatever and in the future the historic grille will not screen feminine spectators The appeal issued by the suffra gettes a few days ago for SOOOO per sons to4 help rush parliament was the most successful stroke yet Not less than twice the number responded to the call and ninetenths of these were young people who came to see the fun There were also a few hun dred of the unemployed and their sympathizers Parliament was in a state of siege A close triple line of police was drawn around three sides of the square in front of the Building The yard within the gates swarmed with police and 200 guarded tne terrace In the year against assault by water which the women Jwiceattempted A small fleet of police boats also pa trolled thQ Thames approaches- All the mounted police in London and suburbs had been mobilized at this center and loads of hay were unstacked In the streets for the horses The whole police force together with cavalry Infantry and marines numbering more than 5000 was kept busy in restraining the pushing struggling masses especially about Trafalgar square where the Nelson monument looked down upon dense crowds In all directions with busses motor cars and cabs mostly filled with sightseers trying to thread their way through- A delegation of 13 suffragettes which approached the po ice cordon and was formally refused admission to parliament attempted a football rushlJ but the police chivalrously repulsed the women with the least pos sibla roughness Two bodies of the unemployed however which ap proached the line were driven off with little saving grace one across Westminster bridge and the other to St James park The police were pelt ed with vegetables and some stones in a few minor skirmishes that occurred but nobody was seriously hurt Tisventyfour suffragettes and 12 of the unemployed were placed under arrest Many persons fainted in the crush a few were trampled upon and taken to the hospitals Girl Sulcfdes After Quarrel Columbus 0 Oct 14Clara Walters WaltersRerbcide by taking strychnine in her room on South ifoiir h street The girl was removed to it itKwas found stye had taken poison but she lived only about an hour She said in explanation Qf her act that she had quarreled with William Creaglow a saloonkeeper who had been paying liejr attentions and that he had slapped her Tire body of the girl will be takento Findlay for burial Stricken While Performing Operation Washington C H 0 Oct 14 Stricken with paralysis while In the act of performing a surgical operation Dr J L Worley one of the prominent physicians of this section of the state Iles in a critical condition at the couatry home of Joseph Hldy north of this city He held his lance in his hand and was about to make an incision in an abscess In a patients throat when he suffered the paralytic stroke Second crop of Peaches Findlay 0 Oct 14 Mrs James Litzenberger picked her second crop er peaches from is white cling tree They are extraordinary fine for the second picking The first ages were picked uc j 1 s 1r i r ioot lWANTTHEBEST iYe r I t i tt t LL r IFVotLclp call oh us arid see our line of theverlatest 1t tterns In Wall Papcrj EV cv Vr7z We also carry a fullrlinerof Varnishes Class9and Picture Moulding r t J lf Jf you wipli an artistic piece of work let its frame ybur picture for you j vlr The lowest estimates given ifrou desire yojur house alnted t t WINCHESTER PAINT WALL PAPER CO I OS SOUTH4 MAIN STREET hOt Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY V but we want YOU to come alsothen you willsay it too Noth ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Cof fee at our fountain Martin Cook Drug Company JudBest Q t3rlUnl RINK in the Blue Grass The skating season i now open and the rink is crowdednightly During October we will be ope- nEvening Afternoon 2 to 5 7 to 10- gentlemanAny lador who has riot skated and who desires to taughtfreebetween sessions flyditorium Eagle Casting Co I INCORPORATED l Manufacturers of Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Bronze Castings Jobbers In Eye Beams Channels Angles Plates a Bars F G CORNELL General Manager GILBERT EBOTTO FOR Fresh 3 Cured Meats sbVe etables Country Preduce- 10Th PHONES OPERA MORSE BLOCK l i X 4 r r g WATCH Dun ADS I WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS TOOURBUTQUALITYLOOKED FOR And Now for Dress Goods WINTERWILLHEADQUARTERS CLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM v An =WooI Blankets tV Sureenough All Wool both the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statementjD We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BROSCO tm I TheCorner Shoe Store I I is filled with the newest Iand classiest shoe effects 6f the season They will gladden your feet and fin ish your costume PRICES REASONABLE IE iI MASSIE The Shoe Man WMM Capital r 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE WincliesierBank OB WINCHESTER iKY N H WITH ERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR ti CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS Prolific Egss of Silk Worm One ounce of eggs will product 39000 silk worms l 1f tt fr r+ I I WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY OCTOBER 2O BurtNicolai Nixon Offer MISSPognter In Her Own Dramatization of LENA H RIVERS By MARY J HOLMES The writer with over 5000000 Readers Dally Thought Peace In this life springs from ae quiescence even In disagreeable thins not In exemption In bearing them Fenelon t r