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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r i t 2V iow irNEWS 1M f f i ALL ThE WORLD r J tfjWINCIIESTL UfEWINCIELESTI3R NEWS ii 4h n RkTIj r g osNO tt BR 15 l 2 CENTS COPY 10 CENTS WEEK L if j fw ii1 I tCd TAFT RECEIVED BY GREAT 1 i AUDIENCE AT WINCHESTER rf DisiihgfflsSiejr Republican Presidential Cadate t Speech To TJsand At Station i 1J f Fully tin ee thousand people turned out Thursday afternoon to hear Judge William II Taft Republican- candidate for Presided speak at the Union Tfepot as he passed through here on his whirlwind campaign tour of KentucTry The suceial train car rying Judge Taft and other proniin partyci oclocl As the train pulled in to the oqtj laslic admirers 7f r q Es orted to PI ftormIt J He was escorted fioin the train to the platform that In d been erected especially for him b Messrs R Perry W M Robb anti H G Garrett and other prominent Members of the Republican party hce He was in troduced by Congressman John W Langly His speech part was as follows Ladies avd Gentlemen Sam very much touched and af fected by the cordial jaception that 3ToiHiave given me hee in Ketncuky I look upon it augury of your making good report o Republicanism on the 3rd of November I thank those who are Dcmovjats as wellas those who are Repub ins forcom ing to tesilfj to out welcome to the f hospitality of Kentmjry sot Appeals To Farmers I desire to ask YOI as a farming community to consiJei what argu ments theic possibly fail be to in 1 ilueupe the farmers from the ipfcseiit ra4m ni hrti1im Ier which the prosperity of the farmer is established to nr administration the unceri sSiiity of vh h is iiustrat ed bv wliat happe1 ftl in the last Democratic admhiisiratioii Nov you have u Repiblieai GoveV POWERS WILL RECOGNIZE BULGARIAN INDEPENDENCE Irance England Apeinept Troubles Mountains r Sjecial to Jfews r v f LONDON Oct 15 Fralice Rus sia and Ergland reached ran agree nient on a program aj the Balkan Conference It was YenideJ to rec Gasoline Explodes iFive Men Padly Burvd in Freight Weck on The aks Short to News AMHERST Oh tVi I5Fire Chief Jnri E Ein kliler and four othei wee badly iiec1 when a tank oar o crpiided ollnw ing a frejrht wreckti the Lake Shor raiUoad i AMERICAN fLEET r 1r HAS BEEN SIGHTED jls Seen Near Southern Ji1i1iSpecitl to the New jOKYO Oct 15 he American Fleet has been sighted maneuvering near Kiushiu the southern most y lcipalpointof Japlu4 fIrr JR S MoDouga esgj essman on I Q tis here visitidir js uncle Mi1 i Oebrgc Caripbell JJ S fi i t t3J t ttiK s 1f IS ir i t Ij f Jr t I i hC ff c i i t itrQ THE UPBUILDING OJ etARK COUNTY ANPI ASTEIN KENtUCKY j t Ii f jti YOC A A f i Short Over Three Union f R as an MpneuveriRi j J 1 r1fiilt nor you have a RepubliciiU Senator and you have a Repubacan Oongress man this distiet The truth is I believe you are Dt tty good Re publicans all through t dont feel as if I had come c1 s from Ohio into a diflerent State1 trqjji that which UefK ti IA v t Favors Larcley I want lo commend in you the elec thou of the same Cojgressiian that you have I know uiiohgh to know that when a districtjllS a gOQd rep resentative tfO ho v to get things for that district the way to continue that course Qi condiict is to continue tlie same man M office What you dont want lo do with your Congressman an dytiur eLctioji to Cong ess is to make it a laridergar ten You want the Trau Who repre sents you to be a ma1Qf experience and of knowledge who shall exercise influences in the Congress of the United Stjes Prominent Republicans h Among the promirienJ Republicans who are ancompanylutf Mr Taft on his tour 0 Kentucky are Senator Bradley Senator Sniih Congress man John W Langley Dr J J Rich ardson of Washingt Col Dan IRansdell Sergeant at Arm of the United Stotes Sennt Gl1J Kar- lg pnbl rity manager ant fifteen newspaper correspond rts Jiid stenographers f At the conclu auof Mi Tafts speecli Senator Briulley who is a great faq it rwith tho Repablichns heieidelieied ashor iddross which was well icceived rfthtrain arrived Mi Jackson rris of Jack SOl county occupied the platform His acdres was iinr ally devoted to the interest of seci i ucr the negro fvotes ttII I i + Russia and Reach an on ihe In the Balkan 1 i Special gasoline f lign1zc B i E1rlpd dnd the byAustaallow theirion of 3K1 witli Greece mid to eopensate Turkey1 tiMATT SC1ERT- he remains of Mr Mat iScbool er formerly of this county who died of appendicitis at Blooming dale Ill Tuesday night arrived in this city over the L N road Thursday afternoon Mr Schooler had only been sick a few days and the news of his sud den death will be aehock fo his rel atives and many friends here He was 27 years of age He is survived by his wife who was formerly Miss Owsley his parents Mr and Mrs Jno Schooler and two brothers Bruce and James of this county and two sisters Mrs Joicy Brine gar of this county and Mrs Nora Endfis of Madison rtinntv T remains wlib bQ interred in the Shearer graveyard bn Four pike this county Friday evening with services attbe grave RRAWD HODS f MEETS Thi Grcud LodjI Ketncuky of Free Acepted Masons will meet in Louioville next Tuesdiy D S Haggard isa delegnle Iiini the Blue Lodge and Dr j C Vnghof the Chapter Other meml i i wit attend BLULIN Oct lJ5 The German baloonist Bnsley came down in the NothSea xtoday The Aeronauts were rescued by a passing steamer L t JIIN 0 t ri J 2 ii r Jl i tJI Jlitf c itj fwrnq c MAN WHO STARTED STORY Democratic National Committee Keeps Promise md Quotes Healy New York Oct 15The Demo cratic National committee issued V statement quoting Timothy Healey president of the International Brother hood oif Stationary Firemen aSauthoiv ity for the allegation that Daniel J Keefe had been promised by the president appointment as commissioner general of immigration in Teturn foi the Detroit labor leaders support of Taft The National committee had promised to make known its informant if the charge was denied as it has been both by Keefe and at the White House The National committee quotes Mr Healey in part as follows uI was in Washington Wednesday of last week on a matter dealing with our organization which brought me in contact with an official of high stand- Ing in the government service He said to me 4Dan Keefe has been selected for commissioner general of immigration uIs that so I said 4Yes the job is his he replied I asked him how he knew and he told me that his informant was a member of the presidents cabinet and knew what he was talking about This information was not given to me in a confidential manner but I will not give my informants name for It is to see what would happen to him if his name came out is not any doubt in my mind but that the statement that the president offered Keefe the position and that Keefe agreed to accept is true Perhaps thofferwas not rnade at the conference Oct 3 last hue l believe it has been made Wage War on Sheep Thieves Bellefontaine 0 Oct 15 Farmers of Champaign county are organizing against socalled Night Riders who have been stealing live stock Hundreds of sheep have been stolen the last few months TO BE MADE GRADfD SCHOOl Harris Branch School District So Decides and Elects Five Trustees For some time there has been a movement on foci4among the resi dent of the Harris branch school district to have the county school there mde a graded school A vote vaK takcn on it Saturday which re suited in favor of making a graded school out of it The following five trustees were e1eted J B Lyslej J B Eubank Thomas Lysle Goiihio Lysle G B Sewell and B A Thom as The attendance at the Harris branch school is the largest of any school in the county outside the schools of Winchester being one hundred and fifty five pupils en rolled ELECT OFFICERS BOWLItfG GREENE Ky pet 15 At the session of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows here Wednesday morning the following officers wore elected Grand Master John D Carroll of Newcastle Deputy Grand Master I N Williams of Lexington Grand Warden Lynn T Gruberof Shelby ville Grand Secretary R G Elliott Lexington Grand Treasurer B J Durham of Danvilleiii Whit Potter of this city was elected repreeutative to the Sovereign Grand Lod eofthe World which meets in Seattle next December Mayfield was chosen as the next place of meeting The report of the committee on cIommendeq50000 for new buildings at Lex ington The report was adopted 1 i i l sf lri t SOCIETY WOMAN WHO IS AMBITIOUS TO ENTER THE OPER ATIC FIELD Miss Florence Hinkle is a Cincinnati young woman who has determined to exchange a life of social prominence for a professional career ixi grand opera She is endowed with a voice which seems to Justify her in her ambi seasoiiand1witigo SYNOD IS DISC THEj i CONTROL OF 44 I UNIVERSITYp Majority Of Committee Recommends Allowed To Remain Under Board Off Tnife n I 7 = The attendance at the PVe byteri an Synod that is in session here continues to increase at each session The number at the session Wednesday night was the largest at any sinoe the meeting beg nrrhis is probably clue to the fathat the eessionwas devoted entirely to the discussion of foreign missionary work IhreeJeec es Three interesting speech qs were made by noted missionary wdrkers Rev J M Seig a r bindmis sionary worker of Africa deliver ed an extended address on th work that had been dOne in Africa and the prospects for missipnary work in the Congo region ReV iQ M Harrison also made quite an inter esting talk about the missionary work intbe Hermit region of Southern Korea Another splendid talk was made by Rev Dr Chester Secretary of the ForeignMissionary Committees on the general condi tions and prospects all Qver the world Separate Meetings At sometime during the meeting here each Presbytery represented in the Synod will hold a meetingt to transact busirtainig directly to their own Presbytery The first to Hold a meeting wSsthe West Lexington Presbytery to which Winchester belongs The only matter that was before the meeting was the consideration of the call from tte Jackson church foi the services of Ray JR JLi Kin nard The call was approved and the following committee was appointed to instait min November Rev Cary s Mporj bf C nthiana Rev R A lrvin oi OilY CitY and Rev Joseph Hagan Oxford Hey WIM Eiariage Tesigned as pastOr Of the ghufrh Salem and nf Mothers In Factorignorance no doubt accounts for much of the wasteHof infant ute but Lancashires Industrial cdnditions give her her bad preeminence Mothers who work in the factory cannot rear their children naturally and the care and the kill and the attention necessary fpr successfully arfificJal feeding are d thenl Jklftiitliester Guar iitdian1i tr ljiAlty j X i fRh r v t 1fN iJ ff WalnufcHill and accepted a call to the Mt Horeh ad Bethel churches and the following committee was appointed to install him Rev J W Tyler of Midway Revw W McCorlde of iNicholasville and Rev W O Cochran of Georgetown Special Ocir- 1he first thing on the special order of business at the Thursday morning session wap the repot of the corn mittee thai was apo nted to con sider the eomniunicascn from the General Assembly asriig the Synod to reconsider the matre of tlieCon trolof Central r ersity Dr Hemphill of LouisviUe chairman of the committee read Vie majority re port which iu substance was as fol lows That the matter of control of Cen tral Uniynvity is bed the action of tim Synod That te resolution passed at the last meeting of the Synod or he amendu t to the drig inal charter haarbecviyc a law that the schop has been cperating ac cordijg to the amendwuitfor oyer a year and after a close investigation of the matter theytre at the conclusion thit the ycdcould not withdraw or nullify 1lrcsolution passed last year Tloniirorityrep j t whichwas only iglled by E E Smith asked that the whole matter from the be ginnbg be taken up fih Kiu and dis ciissed ain Dr MI aughUn of LniuAiIle offered a silbslitute to both reports toYefer the nijitjex to another comnritee and let them iiivcingate it and report at the ne i iiiccting of the Synod AtUr tbi the aic nients on all three sides of thr ijiu tion began LAinong those who are speaking are Col Bonnet Young of Louisville Col Marsnall Pnllitt or T rasvilJe Dr Bedii er sid C M9zina of Shel byvillii The argutiifta were still in progress at the of going to press and no definite exclusion had been t 1cbprl in reard to thJ matter Noiseless Skate As yet we have waited in vain for the genius who will win wealth fame and the eternalgratitude ofthousands- by inventing a rubber tire for the roller skate HelJWeeds about the only things that grow without any help Tti 4 I Lt rI IIiIr CSJ f cA WEATHER Fair ron bt an Fr ayf iVOLh jL iMakes j from Mile NAME plain There there SSING hour I PENNANT STAYS IN WINDY CITY Y Detroit Outclassed at All Points of ji Game and Loses Series4k uetroir opt 15By defeating Detroit 2 to 0 the Chicago team of the National League retained its title as the champion baseball team of the world The present series differed but little from that of last year In the previous series Detroit managed to get one tie game and then went down to four straight defeats In the present series Detroit snatched one victory out of the five games played The Chicago club according to the everydepartmentas a whole although this superiority was not so apparent on the day that Detroit batted a victory off Pfiester curves Detroit was handicapped by Schmidts inability to cut down run ners at second and by the failure of her heavy hitting outfield to bat at critical moments when hits meant runs None of the Detroit pitchers seemed able to consistently puzzle the Chicago batsmen for even Mullin who pitched Detroits only victory was found for seven hits Through wasoppprtunewith men on bases and runs needed a Chicago batsman was not there with the needed hit Contests Free from Squabbling The games were singularly free from squabbling and on only two or three occasions were the decisions of the umpires questioned At no time was it necessary for a player to be sent to the bench to enforce dis cfpline and good order The series however created less interest in the two cities most affected than that of last year if the attendance may be taken as guide The paid admissions were only 62232 for the five games and the receipts totalled but 94975 as compared with 101000 last year The attendance at the final game was but 6210 with gross receipts of 957750 layeiffoyChicago 669 and the Detroit 18446 The club owners get 19681 apiece and the National commission 9497 When the last man on the Detroit side went out the pendulum of victory ceased its swing between the two leagues In 1903 the worlds cham pionship emblem went to Boston of the American league in tEe succeeding series New York brought it back to the National league In the follow ing year the Chicago White Sox recaptured it for the younger or ganization Last year the Chicago Cubs brought It back to the National league by defeating Detroit IS year the pendulum did not sWngjback and flag remains as the proudetex J hibit which President Murphy Sas wdisplay at the West Side ball paria Chicago Score Detroit 000000000O 3 9 Chicago 100010000210 0 Batteries Donovan and Schmidt Overall and KlingtWill Play Exhibition Games Chicago Oct ISThe Chicago team expects to add a material sum to their earnings by two exhibition games to be played on the Chicago grounds next Saturday and Sunday with the Detroits President Murphy has announced that all the receipts Iwill be distributed among tae players I New Railway Association i New York Oct 14Several prom inent railroad men who are interested in the work of the newlyformed American Railway Employes and In vestors association held a brief meet ing here for the purpose of discussing In an informal way the plans which have been mapped out by the associa tlon The organization has for its object the protection of railroads and their revenues against unjust legisla tion Railway employes as well as the investors in railroadprdpefties eligible to membership Dover in Chicago Chicago Oct 14 Elmer Dover secretary of the advisory committee 7 of the Republican national committee reached this city from New York to confer with the leaders hero Mr Dover said that he did not believe tha report that the Republican campaign fund had jqst been augmented by contributions amounting to 500000 though he said the Republicans were obtaining much more moneythantheT were earlier in the campaign Mr Dover will be here two days 4ElevatorDavenport la Oct 14 Fire de stroyed the Rotchild Grain companys elevator Bf 5000 barrel ot gluco C syrup belonging to the Corn Products Manufacturing company and some iflumber of the Muelle LJimorom1 nany Loss 150000 I L i Pr f1 J r I jt 1r f 3scy ti R l I THE WIHIITIPIII NEWtv J I ThE ICEHOUSE FOR tREFAA r t fA NECESSITY NOT A LUXURY j AUPiTWe are told that all things come to tk man who waits This rule how eYefodoesnot apply to your next win- eter l crop for the summer of 1909 br will It build that ice house that you have been going to build for the last 20 years The crop of Ice pro yourt toigo of Tery abundance Ice Is no longer t looked upon as one of the luxuries Cross Section r but Is now considered necessary on every wellregulated farm not only for convenience and health but as an in t vestment that will as a rule return Very large interest on the investment An ice house such as shown in the three illustrations may be built for a small sum on almost any farm In fact much of the material for same will be found on all farms lying around idle and rotting The cuts with this short specification will explain how the writer has constructed t several such ice houses The house 2 shown is 16x20 on the ground and tanfet to the eaves Ahe roof is very fiat and has only a fourfootf t raise or third pitch i If It Is possible to locate the house on sandy or gravel land it will not be sysito 30 Inches deep and fill with broken i topupbnfoundation of brick stone or cement Many prefer the foundation to be of heavy wood timbers as It is then much easier to keep out air and wind which would be fatal to your Ice A house of this size will hold between 60 and 70 tons of Ice and It Is supposed that t the ordinary family will use from four to six tons each month Build an ordinary balloon frame with a heavy sill and studs at least eight Inches wide ten would be bet ter Toenail studs in place and hold thewith stay lath nailed on the outside Now cover the inside walls with amy rough lumber nailing it well to- zPerspective View Finished eW stud with two or three tenpenny nails The outer walls may be cov ered with stock boards boarded up and down or with sixinch drop siding the latter to be preferred If the sid Ing be used the Wall may be filled as the siding goes up while with the stock boards the spaces must be filled from the top The plate must not be nailed In place until all of the spaces between the studs have been filled with sawdust charcoal or fine chaff sawdust to be preferred The root should have 2x6 rafters for a house of this size but 2x4 timbers should be used for a house much smaller The roof may be covered with shingles or any of the prepared t extendtor 20 inches to protect the wall from the sun The spaces between the rs are left open for ventilation jttSia1 sixinch space Is left at the peak ml teroot its entire length and a cap orcbver is placed over this opening as shown It should set at least two inches above the roof and be held in place vwith threeInch blocks nailed to thepjtofe pf each rafter A point not te lie overlooked Is that an ice house tsi p ice must have a circulation of air at aU times I abode the Ice but that the slightest curt rirofafrbelow will melt the Ice yeti fisty also that an accumulation dt ater under the ice will be liable to icrieit very fast The sills must IN in mortar and after the house ftaa r Yf completed go over the foun- tdation both inside and out and fill- every small hole with mortar and be jsur that you gave left no place for the ir to enter The door at tho rear is used only totLIIlling the house with ice and ask xk1Qw one stud is left out and the o DOth inside and out allowed to jrojft over the door studs Loose feoftxxls are thenfllled in as the house Is l JUtod with ice arid the space between iJMft v4j9or boards packed with sawdust t The two front doors both open out The Inner door is single and the outer door double that is two thicknesses of boards are used one placed up and down and the inner thickness nailed horizontal Both doors should shut close and tight and if necessary have heavy thick wool cloth tacked around the edge As explained above no drainage sys tem will be necessary where the ground is sandy but if the ground is of a clay nature an underground drain must be built Lay a wooden pipe In the ground two feet below grade and about 16 feet long allow one end to come Inside of the house about three feet and fill In the floor with dirt to give slope to the drain Cover each end of this drain with broken stone and fill with dirt to top of ground on the outside of house and fill the trench on the inside of the house with sawdust or straw All ice houses should be painted of whitewashed pure rite to protect them from the sun The dotted lines on the finnr plan show how one may easily build a cooling room in an ice house and as no extra ice will be required to operate the same one should be built by all means Eggs fruit butter etc stored over night may be taken to town in TGround Plain 16x20 Feet much better shape and will usually bring a better price The walls ma be of any lumber that will keep th sawdust from sifting through As be seen doors open from the smaL hall one leading to the cooling cham ber and one to the ice room When filling the ice chamber place eight or ten Inches of sawdust or chart on the floor first pile the blocks as shown in the section leaving nOJ twelve Inches between the ice and the When wall on all sides fill the spaces between the blocks of ice with broker Ice and pack the open space between the walls of the house and the ice with sawdust as the house is filled If weather is cold and freezing whe house has been hued leave the door- open for several days before closin After the ice is packed cover the to at least 18 tag 24 inches deep with the sawdust or chaff but do not allow the ice or the covering to Interfere with the free circulation of air between n the open spaces of the rafters at eaves of the house Wallaces Forme- Be Careful See to it that a horse Is never frightened in his stallas It frequently causes him to acquire the habit of pulling on the hatter The Man ResponslbleMen handle horses are nearly always r sponsible for any bad habits the animal may display Your Harness If your harness Is old either have it repaired or replace it with new Do not risk breakdowns or runaways True Economy Fly repellant i cheaper than milk You cant attor to economize on the former and lose on the latter Pear Blight Still keep a watch for pearblightand cut outand burn IJ1 fected branches promptly Look After the TiesrrDont let th- ies choke the trees that were budded Keep an eye on them Charcoal the Hogs Give the hogs plenty of harcoalandashes Salt once a week Feeding the Hog rGoed feeding consists in giving as ouch as the hof will eat Alfalfa Alfalfa without grain wui make thin mature hogs take on tat I r 5 1 t I SCENE r MH LENA RIVERS f k I From the green but stony and unfruitful hills of old New England to the Soft and sunkissed groves of magnolias of the South is the sweep vhiok Lena Rivers the dramatization of Mary J Holmes novel takes the auditor who watches the perfer mance as it will be given at the Winchester Opera House by Miss Beulah Poynter who begins tier local engagement Tuesday October 20 It is easily to be seen that the SOME WORDS OF- COMMENDATION Merchants and Business Men Praise The News The people of Winchester are all reading The News and judging from the many words of commendation received they are pleased with it Here are a few expressions of opin ion Tom Stok ly of Stokely and Rounsavall Splendid the first is sue was all right Austin Reeves at Baldwin Bros Jewelry store The News looks good to allof us here Tom Rupardof the firm of Rupard and Stewart Its allright Its something that Winchester has been wanting for some time YWinn0 K uptodate in every respect Vic Bloomfield Its good better than expected James Phillips Its just wiiioLfc wd have been looking for and needing for some time jdstfwantg ClerkpIts all right Better than I expect ed I think it will be a great benefit to the town F E Murphy of Allan and Mur phyr I like it fine I think it will e a great success as well as a great help to the merchants in odvertis ingl j Kidd Allen at Bowens Jewelry store Its newsy lively and just the thine beea great help to the town j Judge Evans tam very Much pleased with the start and I think it will bea great success A WELCOME The first issue of the Winchester reacheddPolitically it is Independent The News is first and last for a support1nbuilding of the city for the advance fortlieegreater development of Ken tucky We welcome it with success Mt Sterling Advocate WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the andwbitePV 1012tf t J r author had a distinct purpose in this and that no mere caprice dictated the action Primarily it was to show the decided differences in types so that the contrast would come out clearly and secondarily it was cal culated to give in unusual setting both for the people and for the in playThisadvantage to be voluntarily overlooked by any discerning writer Moreover there is such an essential PtDO YOU WANT BEST us latest Wall Varnishes Moulding If piece us frame forYou- The WINCHESTER PAINT WALL PAPER CO NEW BAKERY FIRNI We have up our in the Simpson Buildinu 1061 Main and are now to serve the public SATURDAY we will have on display a nice assortment of and Plain Cakes Yeast and Salt Rolls and Cookies always on hand gpTGooda toanvI city live iis a cal- lBAKERYWINCHESTER NORTH BROS Props mural IJCDUIStuiie Clark county National Bank STREET IDbttr w K Icentuk lOOOOO 1DtkeC1t7accountsj difference in the types of person the stern but sturdy and upright disposition of the New Englander of grace but beautiful in thought and spirit contrasting strongly with the more luxurious and graceful life of the South Where manner ease and are matters of paramount importance Conditions are such as give to those of means extraordinary opportunities for and refinement of disposition and socialrank of J J one at a when you can ina full bath tem to you and can do so every if you pump carry wat er for and work when you can it at hand the ofa on er when can it a the filter plant the Ohio HOUSE BLOCK l f t have a significence in the scent ed of orange citrus grow they do iot in the more strictly these Holmes out her novel her dramati of it she the version is She is sur by a strong company and appropriate been to give the wholev the air verisimilitude you do call on and see line of the very patterns in Paper We also carry a full line of Glass and Picture you wish an artistic work let your picture lowest estimates given if you desire liouse painted IOS SOUTH MAIN STREET opened Bakery ready EVERY Layer Rising Breads Parker Honse Jflfllivered part the 011 rresldell THe MRlN Capital 200000 Burplu Undivided ProfitaSo rather devoid leisure culture You Cannot Answer These Questions u eontinliebathing time stretchout pered suit morning 2Why and your kitchen laun dry have for turning faucet3Why take chances drinking germfilled cistern wat You get from large reservoir filtered through besf Southof River woti FOR Country EOTH PHONES OPERA soft areas and ing that have commercial Under fascinating conditions Mrs worked and Miss Poynter adapted zation herself preparing that used rounded and elaborate settings have provided proper IF our your St IV wish Vegetables F 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have same time get rid of the dust in the street n 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort arid health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lacXpf moqey ui h lackof economy and enterprise and indifference to getting vemost out of life I C F ATTERSALL Superintendentr Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED CoIAt cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you allYdnll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are GILBERTEBOTTO Fresh CuredMeatsFi- sb Produce J North Jblooming llrWINChESTER M 6 C fl McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Press and Repiirti DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over A11an3 Mnrphys Store opp CoartHoaw t Nit r 4 7 f I I jVt t t f t 0 J t THE WINCHESTER N EWSf c l wr jI j LI A WOMAN LAWYER OF FRANCE picture showsOur theHady lawyer Mile Miropolsky pleading the caus of a client in the Paris law courts Mlle Miropolsky it may be noted is L I I no means the only lady barrister practicing in Paris The Paris bar has Just decreed that its women members shall not publish their portraits in directo r Jries as this is regarded as advertisement and consequently unprofessional tT ADOPT WHITE UEH MEXICAN INDIANS HONOR WIFE OF MINE OWNER Acclamation Ceremony Follows Night of Hubbub by Tribesmen Carry ing Gifts Friendship Won by Acts of Kindness f f Mexico CityThe Indians of Zacu c alpam have adopted in due form and cerEmony an American woman for their queen The person who has just been so highly honored is Mrs Maria Perry Eisenhart wife of H L Eisenhart an American mining man who has a rich mine in the Zacualpam district Mrs Eisenhart won the warm friendship of the Indians by her many acts of kindness toward them She visited them in their humble homes and administered to their wants when sick She Interested herself in their everyday life and traditions She had little outside of the lowly Indians to afford her amusement or arouse her interest in the remot mountain mining camp where she and vher husband lived She had no Idea however that the distinguished honor of making her queen of the tribe was to be conferred upon her The In dians who inaugurated the movement to make her their queen went about I the arrangement so quietly that it was not until all of their plans for the big event were finished that she be came aware of what was about to be doneOn the day selected for the impoy Cant ceremonies several hundred In Z dians went to the home of Mr and v Mrs Eisenhart at three oclock In the 71 morning and began making a great hubbub They added to the noise by discharging firearms and beating up on tin pans Mr and Mrs Eisenhart iat first thought that their home was being attacked but upon going to the door they were informed by the lead er of the unique celebration that they had come to do special honor to Mrs Eisenhart and that it was but the be ginning of the ceremony which was to mark the event of making Mrs Eisenhart their queen The noise on the outside of the house was kept up until daybreak when whole families of Indians began arriving from remote parts of the mountain region each of them carry ing some kind of a present for Mrs Eisenhart The presents were depos ited in one of the rooms of the house and Mrs Eisenhart welcomed each guest in true regal style The officials of the Indian village called during the morning to pay theIr respects all of them pledging their support to her reign over the tribe as their queen The ceremony of crowning Mrs Eisenhart as Reina v de las Sierras or queen of the moun tains took place at ten oclock in the- yV morning upon an elevated platform fwhich had been erected for the pur pose It was an Impressive event In which aged Indians participated The chief of the tribe placed a beautiful silvertrimmed crown upon the head of Mrs Eisenhart and she was offi dally declared to be queen of the Zacualpams This crown Was the landiwdrk of expert silversmiths among the Indians and is of unique and beautiful workmanship The silt ver from which it was made was 6b talned from the muntainfand smelted In a crude wars by the In dians asivt consulted on many simple affairs of si0 r y 1 t j r o NEGRO MAN IS TURNING WHITE Drinking from Spring Containing Arsenic Is Given as Cause Tulsa OklaJackson Warribale a Creek negro who lives five miles southeast of Mannford is slowly turn Ing white and from a slim negro weighing less than 140 pounds he has changed within three months to a portly man weighing 225 pounds Warribales case baffles the most skilled physicians in this section of the qountry About two years ago he moved to the Harjo allotment where he now resides His metamorphosis dates from that time He attributes it to drink ing water from a mineral spring on the Harjo place Certain it is that soon after coming onto the Harjo place the transformation from black to white began Large white blotches appeared here and there over his body At first he thought the blotches were ringworms and tried to check them but without avail Gradually the patches enlarged until now Warribale has almost emerged from his native black skin The change in color has been accom panied by a remarkable improvement in health When Warribale came to live oh the Harjo place he gave evi dence of being afflicted with consumption Today he is robust and strong and illhealth is a thing of the past Recently a chemical analysis was made of the spring frpm which the negro has been drinking which showed it to contain sulphur and arsenic in heavy quantities Only two other springs of like nature are known in the world one being in Mexico and the other in India Both have a won derful reputation because of their curative powers WILD SCOT QUITS EXILE Thomas Fleming Returns to Civilization After Quarter Century San FrancIscoAfter a quarter of a century spent in voluntary exile in the South seas Thomas Fleming the original of Robert Louis Stevensons character the Wild Scotchman Ihas arrived here on the schooner Aerotus and arrayed in garments of a fashion prodeededcars and other evidences of an ad vancing civilization Fleming is a tradng agent at Arne island one of the Marshall group located 150 milesfrom the nearest white neighborhood When a boy of 15 he left his home in Paisley Scotland to sail the seas and eventually settled at Arne where he has remained for 25 years He made the acquaintance of Mr Stevenson years o when the author visited the island Fleming is accompanied by his wife He has announced his determination to return when he shall have tired of sightseeing saying- Perhaps the life out there is lonely but somehow it gets Into a mans blood and he stays there Doughnut is Deadly Youngstown O1Irs Mary Won derlich of Coalburg near here is in a serious condition from injuries caused by the explosion of a dough nut Just what caused the explosion has not yet been determined Several opinions have been advanced Some think Mrs Wonderlich did not make the hole big enough to accommodate the air the dough surrounded Others believe that air gathered in the folds of the dough and the heat from the lard caused it to explode At all events the doughnut blew up not even the hole remaining Mrs Wonflerlich map never coot doughnuts 2n y J to z i ILATEST IN PLACE CARDS r Imitation and Vegetables Made orPaperlUiBed The newest place cards are of vegetables and flowers in papethe former being the newer but more difficult to manage T Among the garden contributions are beets and asparagus either in single stalks or in small bundles tied with a bit of straw or ribbon radishes baby heads of lettuce tomatoes and cucumbers The miniature flowers and vegetables are arranged on a flat bun dation of cardboard with a small plain white card left for the name of the guest to be written on Flowers made of paper are simpler to manage than vegetables for one thing because they are comparatively flat or are made in a series of petals In selecting a set of paper luncheon place cards It is essential first to choose a flower whose color matches that of the floral centerpiece and the wise hostess eliminates all red and heavy looking flowers from her decora tions then the flowers should either be all alike or they should be of the same size though varied in shape and coloringFirst the flower design is sketched on bristol board then It Is cut out and the petals are padded with a little cotton wool or with crumpled paper Over these padded sections tinted crape paper Is stretched and these edges are pasted to the edges of the cardboard foundation If the flower has a heart then that is added in the correct shade of paper Next the leaves and stems are covered with a wash in green The small rectangu lar bit of cardboard for the writing Is left undecorated A little water color here and there on the petals will help to give the paper flowers a more natural air Sometimes the tips need a touch or there should be a darker shade arou d the center HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS- To cover the pan in which fish is cooking will make the flesh soft NIckel may be kept bright by be ing rubbed with wool saturated in ammoniaAll to fry fritters and dough nuts must be sizzling hot before put ting In the batter Alcohol and whiting make a gqod silver polish excellent for polishing plate glass mirrors Black lead mixed with vinegar will be found to give a specially good pol ish to the kitchen stove A piece of flannel dampened with spirits of camphor will remove stains from mirrors or window glass A weak solution of turpentine poured down the water pipes once a week will drive the dater btigs away Ripe tomatoes can be cooked in butter and a cupful of spaghetti added will make a tempting dish for luncheon Rub over new tinware with lard and thoroughly heat it in the oven before using It for thus it is protected from rust When making gravy add a little parsley to the grease before putting In the flour remove it after it is thor oughly cooked add the flour and see what a delightful change it makes in the ordinary beer gravy Bags made of cheesecloth about eight Inches square filled with oatmeal some powdered borax pulverized castile soap and a little powdered orris root and used In the bath are delightfully refreshing The ancient Romans have a saying to the effect that a long life and a pleasant one depended on the free use of two fluids olive oil without and wine within The wise woman of to day uses olive oil but she uses it in moderatIonboth within and with out A box of powdered borax is india pensable at the toilet table and as a disinfectant and will prove a valu able aid In procuring cleanliness at the kitchen sink and if it were more frequently used a great amount of waste might be prevented In the larderOlive oil taken Internally arouses a torpid liver and the complexion has no more insidious enemy than a tor pid liver It is said that rheu matism can find no foothold in a sys tem fortified by olive oil It will sometimes cure nervousness and has a quieting effect in cases of neuralgia and neuritis There is ruination to the complex ion in sitting out of doors even ona protected piazza for strong light al mast as much as the direct rays cf the sun wilLburn and freckle those whose skin is delicate This is a fact that a mid leaged woman should remember for skin that has lost the fresh ness of youth will often suddenly de velop brown freckles that will remain all winter Whipped Cream Sandwiches Whip onehalf gill sweet cream to a stiff froth Add and mix onehalf pound almonds blanched and pounded to a paste Some add a dash of rose or orange flower water Two table spoonfuls sugar Spread over thin slices of bread roll into tiny cylinder j tpwstrips or just In plain form b i iY I Y J ia 1 PICTURESQUE HATS i SUMMERSHAPES WILLlOKTINUE THROUGH THE FALL L illBe Draped with Silk or Colored Chiffon instead of NetA- Pretty Model in Brown 1 Many girls to whom the lingerie hats of the sjimmer have been par ticularly becoming are loath to aban don these fascinatingly picturesque examples of the milliners art for the suffer and more conventional head gear which is usually shown for early autumn styles The Charlotte Corday shapes especially those with high crowns and brims which are little dropping are qjiite appropriate for wear in town r midsummer is past and for best occasions will be worn through the autumn To render these bats a little less summery looking Of Brown Taffeta however while they still preserve their picturesque effects they are draped with silk or colored chiffon in stead of net and mull and they may be trimmed with ribbon silk choux or plumes instead of the floral garniture which has been so fashionable during the summer The Illustration shows a hat of this description made of dull finished chif fon taffeta in brown The hat is pre cisely the same shape which has been so popular during the summer The crown Is covered with the silk while the draperies of the same as is also the large and dashing trimming at the sidevvA plaiting of tile silk is used around the edge of the hat and beneath this there is a ruffle of coffee colored lace The hat is faced with shirred mousseline de sole in brown of the shade of the silk A touch of color might well be added to this hat if It were meant to be worn with a gown all of one shade the same color in brown Taut if the gown is to be of contrasting shades of color then it will riofc be necessary to have any bright touches in the hat With a brown gown for instance which has a light waistcoat and coral color trimmings the all brown hat would be more effective than one with a touch of coral in its trimmings If the hat is foba worn with a tan gown trimmed with brown the all brown would also be more effective For general wear with a variety of different costumes there is nothing more useful than a hat all in brown either of different shades or in mono tone But if the hat is to be worn With a rather dull brown costume it is best to give it a touch of brightness unless brown is singularly becoming to the wearer FASHIONS FANCIES Russian crochet Is much sought afterDull gold is a favorite hue for ma trons hats The three piece suit is becoming more and more popular The hair ribbon fad has brought forth the ribbon comb The better grades of lisle and silk hosiery are striped Sm Uorownbuckles look neat on the dark brown oxfords Browns and yellows of all tones are much in vogue In millinery Tan shoes in two button styles are worn with dresses of any color Mohair is developing into some very smart coats for motoring wear Rhinestone initials in place of buckles are a new fad in footwear About Making Underwear There isa soft spot in the heart of every civilized woman for dainty and fluffy underwear The more billowy and airy an undergarment the more it Is appreciated and longed for by the adoring woman Even the daintiest underwear can be made inexpensively Of course hand work Is in the lead but there are many women who must economize on time and labor as well as in expense It Is easy to combine hand work with mac tn sewing to good results For instance let the long seams and hems be sewed on the machine while the hand work is reserved for the whipping on insertion and lace and the tiny finishing touches whic many pea pie neglect fn the belief L they are not essential Of course all seams Inunderwear should be covered that Is to say all underwear should be made with French seams as this covers up the raw edges None but the daintiest pearl buttons should be used on underwear of any kind To Loosen Class Stoppers There are several ways of doing this Pour around the mouth of the bottle a little oil and in an hour or two if you cannot move the stopper place the whole bottle in warm water remove it1 and gently AltJj stoi per on either side against glass lind it will come out easily T J Iw tVJt L GIFT FOR OlfatDE This Dainty Piece of Underwear Will Be Very Acceptable If a friend is to be married and one is sure that silver and gold will be showered upon them why not give her a dainty piece of underwear that she cant duplicate in the shops One of the new evening petticoats made of net would be a most accept able choice If the bridetobe goes Into society even the least bit she will want one thin dainty petticoat towear under her soft evening frock Silk ones have always been plenti ful at snjall and high prices muslin ones with hand embroidery and lace are considered more elegantthan silk even for ball gowns but they are beyond the purse of the average girl The fashionable thing is this net underskirt which is to aid the clinging serpentine effect of all the new skirts To make one get the coarse net that carries starch and has body Cut it by a sevengoredpattern fitting the hips and trim it with three deep Span ish ruffles which are elaborately trimmed The edges are rolled and finished with threeInch flounces of good lace Above this are fine tucks dividing two inch lace insertion Each ruffle is put on with a lace beading an inch wide through which is threaded colored satin ribbon that is finished with long ends at the left side Do not make the skirt to touch the ground This is entirely out of fashion The lining must carry any long skirt attheThe inconvenient days of holding up a long petticoat are over for which W9men are devoutly thankful The short full petticoat exactly even in line around the ankles is the pretty one It allows freedom of walking and dancing and gives a pretty glimpse of smart stockings and shoes when the skirt Is lifted In truth no petti coat should be cut any longer and the ordinary ones for street Wear are now cut three inches above the ankle MISSES SHIRTWAIST SUITS s An Attractive School Gown for the Young Girl V Nothing is more serviceable for the young girl not yet out of the schoolroom than a jaunty shirtwaist cos tume which answers all requirements for everyday wear and which is us ually so becoming to the undeveloped figure Tobaccobrown mohair has helm used for the one illustrated which is trimmed with collar and cuffs of tancolored taffeta silk and fastened with buttons oT similar silk The waist is tucked either side of the Pretty School Frock front stitched to within a few inches of the bust line and the back has twc wide tucks stitched from shoulder tc waist line The skirt is a twopiece circular model with an inverted box plait at the centerback seam and fitted to the waist line by darts over each hip For a miss of 15 years the skirt re quires four yards of material 20 inches wide 3 yards 27 inches wide 2 yards 36 Inches wide or two yards 45 inches wide For a miss of 15 years the skirt re quires 62 yards of material 20 inches wide 3 yards 36 inches wide 33 yards 42 Inches wide or 2u yards 51 inches wide Sour Cream Cake Put into mixing bowl one cup sugar one and a half cups flour onehalf teaspoonful soda sifted with the flour Break an egg into measuring cup and fill the cup up with sour cream Beat with fork till thoroughly blended then add to other ingredients Flavoi with teaspoonful vanilla and pinch of salt Beat for five minutes Bake in two layers Put any desired filling between and frost top or sprinkle with sugar A delicious cake well adapted to summer months when cream Is often sour Accordion Plaiting Goods to be accordion plaited should always be cut on the straight never on the oias If cut In the last waj and accordion plaited the goods will eventually sag and pull cl t f fci r i It ip t r RIBBON EMBROIDERY A LATE NOVELTY WITH MANY PLEASING POSSIBILITIES S rSBeautiful fdr Cushions Sofa Pillows Opera and Fancy WorkBagSf A Product of GermanySome Pretty Designs Ribbon work Is one of the seasons latest novelties In embroidery InGer many this ribbon work is very elaborate and the ladles there delight In working out some of the most beau tiful original designs on cushions sofa pillows and opera and fancy work bags Not only are the color schemes exquisite but brightly colored beads and sequins are worked in with the ribbon It is dope very much like plain embroidery There is a otheIneedle made for the ribbon It is Short and quite thick at the 1 Showing Possibilities end The design is filled In with the ribbon but the narrow parts of tlfsrstems may be done in an outline stitch with embroidery silk This dainty ribbon work may be picked up at odd moments and many pretty and useful articles made The little band shown In the illustration is to wear at the top the lingerie collar It gives a dainty touch of color and also serves to hold the J lace in place The ribbon may be tied in a small bow at the back of the hook invisibly under a bow of the ribbon as shown in the sketch j The design isdirst transferred to the ribbon which may be a taffeta watered or soft satin The very narrow ribbon for the embroidery comes in all colors It has a very tiny stripe thus giving more variety to the color scheme The design shown may be worked out very prettily in pink blue or some other becoming color Onehalf of the design is given After it is cut from s the page it may be transferred to the ribbon by means of carbon paper Avery dainty design for a pin cushion top is also given It may be transferred to a piece of silk as suggest i ed for the collar band It may bs done on taffeta or satin but is espe daily pretty on a soft corded silk A delicate pink silk with the flowers done In deep rose and stems of green embroidery silk would be attractiveror two shades of cream silk xy This makes a useful little gift fora 1 a girl and to follow the color scheme of the girls room is a pretty fancy 1ffr 1 1 1 KITCHEN DONTS Dont rinse laces In blued water under a mistaken notion that It will iimprove the color It wont Rinse in skimmed milk which will give a soft creamy tint Dont fill an oil or any other kind of stove or lamp when it Is lighted This seems superfluous advice but with the coming of hot weather cannot be too often repeated i Dont leave a gas stove with anything which may boil overmilk off soupand extinguish the flame Besides c the loss of gas there is danger of an explosion Dont turn off tJij gas at the main unless the taps are ran off as well Dont light the kitchen fire unlevthere is water in the boiler If not the rush of cold water la liable tflf crack the boiler 0 t Uses of Alcohol There is no end of things that al cohol is good for It should alwayg be kept In the house It is excellent to rub on the head for headaches j It I will remove spots from rugs and car pets it will remove spots from dreg goods it will remove odors from many things such as the tobacco Odor from a seal amber cigar holder Itil used to burn in alcohol lamps it iiaxiJexcellent tonic to rub on the ski If you are tired It will almost alwayi 4 remove medicine stains h Two Items for the Dressmakers When making a circular finish x all but the lower edge and hang up prvV a few days After that length of times 4 it can be safely turned uptas It will have stretched asp much ass its ordina1rly will In pressing all wool and mo hair dress goods care should be tak8a1 r to remove the pressing cloth while tks s material Is damp allowing It to stfMci dry If PI tLuntilperfectlYd9 ttar 1 material te a f T iglazed firiitrlrgnd Js made toFi i L r Jl i t r jl I y r 0 7 R T T 0 It t Jti a y 1 ax J r J jt tHijtil IlSTElrN WS I Til WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by X The Winchester News Co t Incorporated Office South Main Street r Dally Except Sunday 1 I Entered at the Winchester Post Of lice as mail matter of the second class iSUBSCRIPTION RATESc The Winchester News is delivered by carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance 300j months 0 One month A 2 New Phone No 91 f THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1908 f JUDGE TAFT disIlanguished guest Our people Dem ocrats and Republicans alike turned out to hear the great son of Ohio Judge Taft is a great nafua man of high character pure In public and private lift a wondon ul organize and fidministrator He would dig liify anybfCce to whjh he might as irer Winchester hciored itself in honoring him We t ust that before the campaign is qve we may have within our city limits the eloquent standard lcarer of Dcnucraoy W J Bryan i TRADE AT HOME We call the particular attention of our home people to an extract LexingtoSHerald published in our issue o Wednesday Among other things iPatronize Home Merchants The business community can afford to be broad and liberal but there are certain things in which Lexington busness men should Stand together for Lexington firs last and all the time We should strive to keep as much of the Lex ington trade at home as possible We should practice as well as preach thepatronage of home in dustries So in Winchester we should all patronize our home merchants i r The merchants carry as varied a stock sdo the Lexington stores In clothes hardware dry goods and other things our local firms sell the same goods as cheap and in 4 many cases cheaper than the Lex ington merchants Ve are far he ter in this regard than many other towns of the Blue Grass Still r there as far too much trading in Lexington Let us keep our move at home And again some hundreds of Lexington papers come into Win f chester and Clark county every day They are full of Lexington advertisement They are read i ithet homes of our people The Win chester merchant goes not appear in their columns The News gives our local mer chantsthe chance to tell about their waresin the homes of the city and Bounty It gives the merchant the s Only opportunity he has to get b 7w people as frequently and p aryls effectually as do the Lexington o nfirfns The local man who wants I tajikeep in the race who wants to r i failp1In the home paper 4niorfj NLOCAL ISSUES BwvQnQiQf the most striking features tie present campaign is the mul IiifCit pf local issues which have a been e tin many attheYWH1IUte Jocal questions had far su bor 1 contest3Jtt q qAndthisfapplies equaljy to both the great partieSi InjOhioibhex exposures made by tViSK Hearst has eliminated Sena i gFgraMr mthi fight for r s Hitiection ndiiascansed many Fora nTti meQ tfareafpri to vote against robe national ticket Some little l ftimeJ fv fiefRi tW rat Governor Harris mi li tfvl 4 e1 yof tJeleciHonr riCa poll taKen by f L Is J the Cincinnat Enqiuirer it would seem tHai Barr 8i8 running ahead of Taft in the State A poll is uncertain at IMrbest But thelocal troubles hav Cast lIDt ranks of the tepublican party in tOhiot In Missouri the old Democratic machine is fighting the election of Governor Folk to the Senate and this has spilt the party in two Lo al issue again predominate in thatJ State In Jndian4vtbe presidential fight has been almost forgotten in the fierce conte tjHDver the liquor ques 5iron Both parties are divided In New York State the bitter op position of the machine politicians to the lenorninafaon of Governor Hughe3rtore up the party His re nomination probably helped the National ticket throughout the country But the effect iti New York problematical The State race entirely overshadows the Pres dentialSo Illinois New Jersey Con necticut Tennessee and West Vir ginia local issues are cutting deep Poles Are Burned Manager Bridwell of the Cumberland Telephone this city was notified Wednesday morning that four hundred and thirty of it poles stacked at Colby Station were destroy d by fire last Thursday even ing The poles caught from sparks from passing engine They were to have been used in building the exchangef K W C NOTES This year K W C will be repre sented in the State Oratorical con tets Last year it was not among besttmen are on their articles A preliminary con test will be held in December ana the successful contestant will repre sent the College at the annual con test in April It is six years since K WO has won a contest and the men feel that it ought to come to them again Preparatory Department Athletics in Kentucky Wesleyan College are taking on new life A series of football games have been arranged with the City School One game has already been played welltThe next game will be played Monday Prep will play an all prep team filling in the several outsideYve a example of how the game should be played It is well worth while to watch them The teams average about 125 lbs A challenge has been received from a Richmond team Other games will be arranged More Or3 r A declamation contest will be held in the JPreparatpry Department of K W C in early December Already the contstants are select ing their declamations and have begun their work A fine brand of Ciceros will be the result A gold winener The boys entered include Frank McNeill Ka ih Strothers A Bruce Cummings John C Tay for Clark and Thos Ear tRonIn addition to the elocution work in the College Prof Dalgety has organized ajclass in the City School Itgivies promise of doing some very goodWQrk Two new men reported for work in the College this week Mr C A Huinphrey lx of Woodlawn Ky and MI Elis Wade of North Middle JtoWhJ rjInternationalThe College is to he represented 1 attbefir International Bible Con rehce of theYM CA tobe held at Columbus b October 2225 by two delegates Prof B T Theyet a enthusiasm and outlines of work that will aid the Bible work materially This work is as important qe of College life throughout beaupon th number of students but also upon the men in charge of the classes 1r I t The YM C A was yery fortu n ate in securing JJev Jlr Ballon pastor of the Presbyterian church of Middlesboro to conduct the meet ing Tuesday evening Mr Ballon is a fore eful and enthusiastic speak ereEre is attending the Presby terian Synod of Kentucky TRAIN qELAYED The C O passenger train No 24 which arrives in this city at 925 p m was delayed here Wednesady night for nearly two hours on ac count of the breaking down of a freight train between here and L E Junction FiREPDEPART iifRESPONDS PROMPTLY Saves Dwelling House by Effprf j Small Loss Sus tained The fire departmenfwas palled out early Thursday norning to put out what seemed to a disastrous fire at the residence of H H Hall and AJ Earp on Lexington venue The fire originated in a small shed close to the dwelling house of Mr Hall find spread rapidly to ihe barn a deParta ment responded promptly and succeeded in saving the dwelling of Mr Hall n hich was on fire several times and a part of the barn The cause is unknown Damage to Mr Hall about 250 covered by insurance to Mr Earp about 100 without insurance SWiSS AERONAUTS RESCUED FROM SEA Helvetia Makes Best Flight in i Berlin Contest 23balloonsfor the international trophy 8Y from Schmargendbrf Is unaccounte- for This Is the German balloon Bu ley under the command of Dr Nle meyer with Hans Hiedemann as as sistant Dispatches received here from Cuxhaven announced that tho Spanish contestant Castllla dropped Into the ocean six miles north of Hell goland and that the navigators Mon tojo and Robero were rescued by receivefromdescent of the Swiss balloon Ftelveti- to the ocean and the rescue of Col onel Schaek and E Mesnser Mold Is only 32 miles southwest of pointtheabout 12500 kilometers or 7J5 miles in a direct line and must have traveled over the Skagerack or the st1 greater body of the North sea Till is by far the greatest distance yet re costestantsf took a somewhat circular course or were compelled to descend on account of their proximity to water The Helvetia is the fifth balloo among the international contestants to come to grief the Conqueror an the Montanes burst at a high altitude and the Saint Louis and Castilla were wrecked In the North sea Although no casualties followed these disasters the escape of the men who were in the unfortunate balloons was almost miraculous Church Had Prosperous Year- N w Orleans Oct 15 4businesscents was done up to October 1 this sear by the Board of Church Extension of the churches of Christ statement summarizes the annual r port by the board delivered before the international missionary convention The boards chief work was in housing 87 homeless congregations and it loaned about 50000 more for church extension than ever before in its history An attractive event of the session was the wedding In the convention build- Ing of H D Hughes of Columbia Missouri university and Miss Lula Lego of Champaign nIl The Sympathy of Friendship It Is sublime to feel and say of an otjier I need never meet or speak o write to him we need not reenforce ourselves or send tokens pf remem brance I rely on him as oaipvself it he did thus or this I k r it wright as Ralph Waldo Emersoa- N tice- M I maketo ur indiVidunl re snit4 an4 overcoats for 1800 and up GEO Gfi N EOHCHASS i 10 123t fAFffi1ftS UP- ESiTUATION Completes Threeday Campaign In Ohio and Has no Fears For State Wheeling W Va Oct 15Judge Taft has concluded his threeday cam paign in Ohio What he thinks of the situation Is set forth in the following statementI now spent three days in the state of Ohio much of the time in in dustrial and labor centers among men who it was reported were disaffected rand opposed to the Republican party and its candidates Wherever I appeared I was cordia y received and only an occasional interruption indicated that misrepresentation of the attitude of the party and the candi dates had made a casual impression It is my opinion that the attitude of labor toward the Republican party has Osthattoward labor and I find no reason for the belief that labor will divide other than on the lines that have heretofore divided it In my opinion the normal Republican labor vote will be cast as heretofore In the agricultural regions it Is quite apparent that the farmers are opposed to a change that will imperil their present prosperity The situation in Ohio is entirely satisfactory and no one has any reasonable doubt but that the Repub lican majority will be a substantial one I certainly have no doubt on the subject myself- SteubenviUeand Wheeling furnished the big audiences of the day although at each of the nine stops there were crowds and enthusiasm Steubenville made much of the candidate He constituted the chief attraction In a lengthy parade which marched through the streets for half an hour After the parade an open air meeting was held opposite the court house Many thousands of people participated in the celebration The central market house was cleared at Wheeling and there the immenseawhom he made his labor speech in full From the market house Mr Taft was taken to the old Baltimore and Ohio station which had been tern porarily abandoned by the railroad Here a business mens meeting was held participated in by many thous ands of persons During the day the candidate tra ofafarmers in the center of the wool growing district It was Just dusk when Judge Taft left his home state todown state during the day at Wellsville Empire Mingo Junction Oadiz Steu dgeportsStolen Wagons Recovered New York Oct 15By the arrest of nine men who were arralnged in court the police believe they have disappearn valueddmonths Twelve Jof the stolen rigs all repainted were found in a stable at Nearlylfwhile delivering goods Train Kills Two Norwalk 0 Oct 15Oscar Kil 2 ahpassengerdyoung men were riding on the top of a passenger coach and were struck by bodyea hours later and Springs body fell from the top of the car when the train was uncoupled at Toledo Putnam Is Officially Dry Ottawa 0 Oct 15The returns of the election held under the Rofe law as certified to the board of elections shows that Putnam county went dry by a majority of 21 Instead of wet by a majority of 145 as the unofficial returns Indicated The wets claim that a mistake was made in certifying the rote from one precinct in Ottawa theelecfor the drys LOST Ladies gold watch initial B on front fancy dial Gentlemans picture in back Finder return to thiS office and receive reward 1012t ADVERTISE INTHE NEWS CLEAN COAL All our coal is carefully screened and consequently it is free from dirt and dust Carefully screened coalnaturally gives the best heat Another important item is that in buying our coal you do not pay for 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know just why but many of our patrons are buying silver engagement re membrances Baldwin Bros JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS RACKET STORE Come to Rawlins Racket Store and buy your winter underIwear also your hats shirts and gloves I keep a complete line of hardware tinware and Queens ware Come in and see goods T C RAWLINS CLASSIFIED UMNi 11 rWANTEDPeope who hdve rooms 1 to rent board for sale or whbv rt i it lpj toi dverEs in this coltlimn aO127tf j WANTEDSSecondhand oldfash ioned brass kettle Cheap Ad dress X News office 1O126t- WANTEDT0 r ntelrrht room house gas and water Mnst be centrally located Address B this office 1123L FOR SALE OR RENTi Three rginCollege 4 i 4 c t I L rr THE WINCHESTER NEWSr KyL = Xr ri r q t 1 t 1 41 Po Ff i r 641n lit 1 I Fall DPsst GoodS c i u i t We easily carry the fullest line of the very latest Fall Dress Goods In our Wool Dress Goods stock you will find assortments that certainly give the widest latitude in selec tion that you have ever had in this store It is said that a Dry Goods store is rO known by the kind and character ofits Dress Goods and Silkbusine 1 1 t r We are satisfied to be judged by theser I1 t I Dress Goods I These run in prices from 100 to 400 per yard Voiles plain per yard 100 to 250 Voiles fancy per yard 125 to 250 Broadcloths foreignand domestic per yard 100 to 400 Bordered Tailor Suitings per yard 100 to 350 Sh dowStrips per yard 100 to 200 Wool Batiste 36 inches wide in all shades 50c 7 aSllksMessalineV street and evening shades P 00erC Satins f r 36 inch Satins in all shades per yard 100 i TO l f7 rfI I I II Congratulations The society editor has received the following short note which speaks for itself Her modesty forbad its publication but the orders of the editor were imperative LEXINGTON Ky Oct 15 1908 My Dear Miss Price Allow me to congratulate you on the authorship of the most entirely frank and charming little introduction to a society f r any other column I have even seen Also allow me to extend the glad hand of fellowship to the latest re cruit to the ranks of journalism With the very best regards I remain Very truly q JAMES M ROSS News Editor Leader PickrellFrench Bonhaven the palatial home of Mr and Mrs James Pickrell was the scene of one of the most beauti ful weddings ever held in Clark coun ty As you entered into the hall you could not help from thinking paradisetThe many beautiful ferns palms an exquisite potted plants were arrang r dd so beautifully The drawing room was perfect in every detail with the smilax entwined over the pictures hangings chande ers and banks of ferns and white chrysanthemums over the mantel In every nook to please the artistic eye were gorgeous white chrysanthemums The dining room was glorious1 with its ferns and chry santhemums But the most beautiful place of all was the doorway between the draw ing room and dining room On either side Mr Shearer had placed banks of chrysanthemums with smilax en twined through fhjgvfret work and here jkhe wedding bell of white car nations bjycdqrel with pink rosebuds aflicUher clapper of the whit chrysanthemum Promptly at eight oclock Miss Alice Porter accompanied by Miss Julia Graves on the violin rendered ina most beautiful manner Men dlesohus wedding march Miss Mar garet McKinley with the white ch- i fon and lace trimmings and the sheath girdle and carrying huge bou Miss Sara Gopdloe Benton dressed the same came through the dining 2 L a iJtai room and stood en either side of th doorway Then came Miss Carrie Morgan Graves and liss Nell Rich art ot dressed as th other bridesmaids and stood on th other side of the doorway The bride gowned in an exquisite imported gown of white satin wit the veil reaching to the bottom o her train and caught blossoms carried un exquisite bouquet of white roses with shotive of fillies of the valley The only or nament was a magnificent diamond sunburst given her by the groom As she entered on the arm of her maidofhonor Miss Margaret Sphar she looked as if she had come from some fairer country than this Miss Sphar had on a most exquisite gown of pink directoire silk with the fringe trimmings and carried a bouquet of white The groom on the arm of the best man Mr James French brother of the groom Rev Richard French father of the groom married them with a most impressive feelingrAfter receiving congratulations the happy couple left on the nine oclock train for a trip of several weeks through the East The brill had as her travelling gown a gown of Cunard with the hat and gloves to match The library was then thrown open and the grand display of elegant and costly presents only proved how dearly everyone loved the bride and groom and wanted to show their friendship and love in this way The bridesmaid received from the bride handsome hatpins Mrs Pickrell was gowned inan imported black crepe de chime with a little touch of Persianirimmin and imported lace of Mt Sterling Wore a white mull With ace trimmings Mrsv Nuhnelly of Louisville wore blue silk withim ported trimmings Mrs Bell P Goff white embroidered lace robe over white silk Miss Sue Buckner of Paris rainbow chiffon Mrs James Hisle lavender crepe de chine with fwhite trimmings and a touch of black Miss Anna Mae Hisle a blue empire chiffon brs Tom McEldowney white net spangled with gold over white silk with the string of pearls Mrs Henry Jones pink roger silt with the pink trimmings and imported M a j t rS ReadyMade Dept VVaiststNew fancy Waists from 8500tp 1500 Plain white tailored Waists from l50up Suits Women who buy their apparel here have the assurance that they are getting the best quality the best fit at the best Pricea moderate one A style to suit every figure DresslVfasking Miss Bowen is again in charge of our dressmaking department f pink coral suing Mrs Richard French wore a white broadcloth with the baby Irish lace trimmings Miss es Julia and Elizabeth French white chiffon with the lace trimmings INDS Gallic Besuden Black point des es crepe Ie crepe chine Mrs Henry Phillips rare old lace over th black silk Mrs Hart Robinson im s Radcliffe blue silk Julia Graves blue silk lace trimmings Alice Porter lavender messalhie with white trim mings Miss Nannie Bowden white chiffon lace trimmings Miss Will Bowden blue silk i nd white lace trim ming Mrs Jas Benton blue silk Mrs Walter Allen of Sharpsburg white mull with lace trimmings Mrs Tom Allen of Sharpsburg brown crepe de chine with white and blue trimmings Mrs Charles Porters white mull with lace trimmings Mrs Ollie Richart black net over black silk Mrs Charles Allen wore black messaline After nn elcguiit fin li the guests departed caving happy wish es for the happy couple who had already started on a companionship of a lifetime and who will bear each others sorrows as well as happiness o Mrs Walter Allen Mr and Mrs Tom len from Sharpsburg Mr Will French of Mt Sterling Miss Sue Bucknerof Paris Mis Kadeliife i og Paducah Mr Waller Squires of Chilesburg Charming Cotillion Miss Ethelv Thomas has Jbeen tjieji chminrlng guest of Miss Leslie Bulli vantl of Boston Mass On last Thursday nigtit tfrfK Heir giiQstMis Emily WoodSll 3f Covingth they wereat Cotillion givenlby theUriiyersyy of Virgima These affaiis are always very brilliant and very select and looked forward to with a great deal fairs in the whole South PERSON S Miss Lena Bratton returned Tues day from a visit to Mt Sterling and Cincinnati Jfr f fi1 V i jIiss Franlue pIcDonuId of11a1 shall Mo is spending a few days with Miss Jane Gaitskill before re turning home Mr Ashbrook returned to Cyn thiana Wednesday evening IVIrs Gus Brooks has returned to Maysville after a visit here 1Mrs Sallie Gibson of Louisville been visiting friends in this on Miss Isabella Mac Leiinan of Lou isville is visiting friends in the city MJSN Anna Bront Reese pile of Winchesters most beautiful and ac compishedv younjj ladies leaves for Boston next Saturday to enter the Conservatory of Music Mr and Mrs Grimale Simms have returned home Mrs E i Jouett and Miss Sara Beverly Jouett were in Lexington Tuesday air and Mrs Claude McCauley and little son William Albert have returned from a very pleasant visit- to Coving ton Ky Mr Robert Stamper and children Douglas and Gladys cf Staunton Ill were the pleasant guests of Mr an- als Claude McCauley aidMrs T B Owens Mr E D Cornish of Hapodsburg is the guest of his sister7 Mis D W Tobin on College street J 1 Eades who has been ill in the county has returned home W R Vivian of Kiddwell is visit ing his brother A S Vivian this V Thomas Love and wife of IQddwell are visiting Mr Neoma Neoma Vivian today Mr Millen Hodson of Clay City is visiting in town Mr tifMrsH M Taylor of Carlisle re visiting MssRosa Jus tiee t E SBan was in Lexington Thursday l MIeoilrReit kernet ct heWednesday tt mi sttyyft taMs RPEHBufJib te 31t Ster ilb7 4is Miss Margaret B rkeft L V Jlrs Colby Cgnl11 ghf ad ohil J W Hughes is with his brother airs Mary Brock are visiting Miss Otie Stevenson MrsWill Douglass quite sick of tonsiJitrs r Mrs QoL D G CoTson Middles boroagh ebw g n y to be the guest oir Nunr rfa r aYy fjj r r l i f J 0 F rsx The choicest skins of furbearing animals for Neck- Wear Muffs and Coats perfect in fitand r uPtodate Bordered FlannelettesCome in and let us show you what we have injfBjbder ed Flannelettes We have beautiful line of new Counterpanes from 100 uP scarfsrableCoverst GlovesAll our Gloves are guaranteed and carefully fittedjto the hand Perrins are known the world over as the best We have also a full line of short Glov ro sthe seasons very latest WE PARTICULARLY INVITE THE LADIES OF WINCHESTER AND LARK COUNTY VISIT OUR STORE AND INSPECT ALL OUR FALL GOODS CLIFTON 8 ROSSI South Main Street Opp Court House Winchester r eaCIETay pinJrIibbop Sharpsbarg withprang chrYSalith1UmSr irhBridgeforth HewhiteWilesatinfgetrimmingsr tdPetersMrs Charlgttesvillefqth paredto yesterdaye visititigIieresister visitulbgthefam LexingtonMisJ Jan4iMrsHeary i J= Too Good to Forget T The performance of labor for the benefit of another thatswhat service istnd thats especially what OUR service is We work for your benefit We so select our stock that we may sell the best for the lowest prices that you may derive the benefit tWe gather toeethexall the supposedly betterthings for your benefit We so conduct our business as to afford YOU every possible ad vantage This Service is Too Good to Forget i CH BOW EN Jeweler and Optician Cut Glass at Cut Prices I purchased a selec ion at a bankrupt sale while in New a YorkJ Mrs Ella W Haggard f nelly Dr James H Martin was in Paris Wednesday to attend the StyteBoard- of Pharmacy Tya5rJnLexington Mir Walter N Jle11ywasfu Lex ihgton to attend the Trots fiM Johti WBathSryJiii CKilesbufg ni olsineSstii0 J si Mr ah allfrs Tom Gfftljl fisses Henkeltat t ahd AJivit1G1ay Gafcdn r leave idly mornng orrnwisit to Winchester j Illinois r Miss Miller of Eivbmond the SinnbMiss Allen Crutchor was in Lexington Saturday to sec her sister Miss Mary Her maivy friends are glad to know she is Tong nicely and will be able to be up by the lastof the reek Col Bennett H Yotm gas ale tia i zX wap4wwlq i 4r d gate to tne Presbyterian Synod hero Mrs Rufus Dudn and daughter Alice Lucile are Visiting C JPauIt ner at Pilot View tins week Mrs Will S Massie tmtertains the Fortytwo Club Thursday a ter noon vvr qif Mr JXE Lyddonc entertains tIre rI lf afternoonitheBridge 4 f J rrtlhoidSam A Ramsey Svholias aced cog fined to his room for Jhe past two months is out again and left yesterj day to spend a few week witk iife sister Ms E B atTerson at White te Ash Ky Mrs J S RamseFyemd ttl esoJ x Henry Hart are spending a few dys LM with Mr aiidittsur Batterson xt White Ash ETy vv f11tf J ji eo f tB l 7 lf v r v f wt J 1 4 i r 7 f dI F THE WINCHESTER MEwS 7 4 gooIoouIo1io9o1 it0 eYoungerSetBY e Author ofuThe Fighting ChanceZtc J 8 Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chambers G4PMMMMM Mh MMMMMR MM M M She was of course aware of situation regarding Selwyns affairs She could not very well x been kept long in ignorance of facts so Nina had told her leaving in the young girls mind a bewildered sympathy for man wife whom a dreadful and hensible catastrophe had only an Impression of something and fearsome which she had been unaware of in the world winch was to be added co her but unhappily growing list of sad incredible things- Returning from their gallop Miss joH had very little to say Sel too was silent and absentminded thought of her brother and the hurt at his absence on that throbbed again Forgive2 Yes how could she forget it- t I wish your knew Gerald well Mid impulsively He is such a fellow and I think youd be good M and besides she hastened with instinctive loyalty lest nstrue Gerald would be tu We were a great deal t one time nodded smilingly attentive Of course when he went school it was different she And then he went to Yale That four more years you see Did he rowyour brother Gerald No she said She did not add he had broken training That was own sorrow to be concealed even Gerald No he played polo times He rides beautifully Selwyn and he is so clever when cares to beat the traps for e m and oh anything He once odear I forget Was it five or teen or fifty miles Is that too Do people swim those distances Some of those distances Selwyn Well then Gerald swam some those distances and everybody amazed I do wish you knew welL 61 mean to he said I must hIm up athis rooms or his club or haps at Neergard S Cos Will you do this she asked so nestly that he glanced up surprised Yes he said and after a Ill do it today I think halstI poq1 Are you haviifg ashe asked condescendingly butr intention Heavenly How can you ask with every day filled and a decline something every day If only go to onejust one of the and teas and dinners youd be see for yourself what a good time I having I dont know why I should What is itf sire askcd 10 delightfully lucky but asks ine to dance and every meet is particularly nice and has been very horrid to me because I like everybody She rode on beside him They walking their horses now and as r silken coated mount paced tt through the sunshine she sat at straight as a slender amazon in i habit ruddy hair glistening at the 1ofher neck the scarlet of her lips ways a vivid contrast to that f ful unblemished skin of snow He thought to himself quite 80rilly Shes a real beauty youngster No wonder they ask dance and nobody Is horrid Men likely enough to go quite mad her as Nina predicts Probably of em have alreadythat headed youth who was there Tu gulping up the tea And was his name he asked aloud Whose name she inquired by his vole from smiling tion hat chuckleheadthe young continued to haunt you so ntly when you poured tea on Tuesday Of course they ted you he explained politely shook her head In sign of prehension but there was one ah gulped at his cup leaseyouale rather arent you f Yes So was he I mean the hated chinless gentleman whose ensemble remotely resembled the If of a pleased and placid lizard or George period Fane That is particu disagreeable of you Captain Sel because his wife has been very to meRosamund Faneand she most cordially of you one was she Dresden china one She looks simply cannot look as though she married Its most amusing for always take her for somebodys sister who will be out next Dont you remember seeing I dont But there were dozens and going every minute whom know Still I behaved well Ii badlyto Kathleen Lawn you cornered so that shp escape until her mother made without any tea comes Mr Fane now with a pretty girl How beautifully are mounted smilingly returning salute and sheoh so you do her Captain Selwyn Who Is raised mechanically in dazed Selwyns light touch on the bad tightened to a clutch which his horse up sharply is it she asked drawing in her turn and looking back white stupefied face 1n he said unconscious that he At the same instant the stun found their focus and found beside his stirrup leaning wide her seat in sweet concern one hand resting on the pommel of you she asked Shall we If you feel dizzy please against me all right he said coolly and recovered her seat he set his in motion His face had become red now He looked at her then her with all the deliberate con of aloof IndifferenceIconscious that something happened which she did not comI and sensitively aware which if It did not ig her accepted her presence as of consequence she permitted her to set his own pace self command nor self con warTadklng now ln SerwynfTie was too self absorbed to are she thoughtwhether she thought And into his consciousness heavily under the rushing from shock crowded the crude that Vise was no longer an ap evoked in sleeplessness in sun in the solitude of crowded teatares and swarming streets she was presence again in his life CKaptei 4 I ELWYN had trulyenough expected to encounter S Allxe again somewhere though what he had been preparing to see heaven alone knew but not the supple laughing girl known that smooth slender eyed dainty visitor who had at marriage with him through and unreal dream and was when he awokeso swift the two years had passed as swift as in happiness s o returned had not Without been served whenI as usual they exchanged word or two Then Eileen to her own quarters and Sel walked nervously through the li where he saw Nina evidently for some midday festivity wore hat and furs and the was outside Phil she said Eileen prob forgot that I was going but Its luncheo at the exchange tell Eileen thacvl cant wait for Where isvshe 7 I suppose Nina 1 moment dear I promised the that you would lunch with in the nursery Do you mind it to keep them quiet I was enough to compromise between a or fudge so I said youd with them Will you 1 And Nina what sort of is this George Fane 1 the chinless gentleman with brown and protruding eyes and of a tame brontosaurus how do you mean Phil sort of man Hes a banker Tery pretty but hes popular popular he nodded as close to as he could ever get has a very popular wife too you met Rosamund People Hes about everywhere very very devoted to pretty women really In a hurry Phil Her dwindled and died away through the front door clanged went to his quarters drove out man arranged his own fresh took a sulky plunge and an un cigarette between his teeth his dressing In sullen in iS tist t j When he had tied his scarf and bitten His cigarette to pieces he paced the ro m once or twice squared his shoulders breathed deeply and un bending his eyebrows walked off to thenurseryHello kids he said with an- efforLIve come to luncheon Very nice of you to want me Drina- I wanted you too said Billy Im to sit beside you So am I observed Drina pushing Winthrop out of the chair and sliding jn close to Selwyn She had the cat KItKI In her arms KitKi divining nourishment was purring loudly Josephine and Clemence in pinafores and stickout skirts sat wriggling with Winthrop between them the five dogs sat in a row behind Katie and Bridget assumed the functions of Hibernian Hebes ana luncheon began with a clatter of spoons It being also the childrens dinner supper and bed occurring from 5 to 6 meat figured on the card and KltKis purring increased to an ecstatic and wheezy squeal and her rigid tall as she stood up on DrInas lap was constantly brushing Selwyns features The cat is shedding too he remarked as he dodged her caudal appendage for the twentieth time It will go in with the next spoonful of cranberry sauce Drina if youre not careful about opening your mouth After luncheon Selwyn and Miss Erroll met In the living room a big square sunny place In golden greens and browns where a bay window overlooked the park Kneeling on the cushions of the deep window seat she flattened her deli cate nose against the glass peering out through the lace hangings Everybody and his family are driving she said over her shoulder The rich and great are cornering the fresh air supply For awhile she kneeled there silent ly intent on the passing pageant with all the unconscious curiosity of a child Presently without turning They speak of the younger setbut what is its limit So many so many people The hunting crowdthe silly crowd the wealthy setthe dreadful yellow setthen all those others mado out of metals copper and coal and Iron andShe shrugged her youth ful shoulders still intent on the pass Ing showThen there are the Intellectuals the artistic the illuminated the musical sorts II wish I knew more of them They were my fathers friends some of them She looked over her shoulder to see where Selwyn was and whether he was listening smiled at him and turned resting one hand on the window seat So many kinds of people she said with a shrug You asked me he said whether I know Sudbury Gray I do slightly What about him And he waited remembering Ninas suggestion asto that wealthy young mans eligibility Ueoncof henicestmgnIknow she replied frankly Yes but you dont know Boots Lan sing The gentleman who was bucked out of his footwear Is he attractive Rather Shrieks rent the air when Boots left Manila Feminine shrieksIExclusively men were glad enough He has three months this winter so youll see him leaeI She thanked him mockingly promise watching him from amused eyes After a moment she said I ought to arise and go forth with youknow litItlethat I dont adore dinners and gossip and dances not that I do not love to pervade bright and glittering places Oh no onlyI selIwynsire for other things I have been feel Ing it all day What things I dont know exactly substan tial things Id like to learn about things My father was the head of the American School of Archaeology in Crete My mother was his intellectual equal I believe Do you know about my parents she asked They were lost in the Argolls off Cyprus You have heard I think they meant that I should go to collegeas well as Gerald I dont know Perhaps after all it is better for me to do what other young girls do Besides I enjoy It and my mother did too when she was my age they say She was very much gayer than I am My mother was a beauty and a brilliant woman But there were other qualities Ihare her letters to father when Gerald and I were very little and her letters to us from Lon don I have missed her more this win ter it seems to me than even in that dreadful time She sat silent chin In hand delicate fingers restlessly worrying her red lips then In quick impulse You will not mistake me Captain Selwyn Nina and Austin have been perfectly sweet to ine and to Gerald I am not mistaking a word you utter he said No of course not only there are times momentsrS Her voice died her clear eyes looked out into space while the silent seconds lengthened Into minutes One slender finger hud slipped between her lips and teeth one burfaished strand of hair lay neglected against her cheek You said you were going to look up Gerald she observed I am now What are you going to do i 17 Oh dress I suppose Nina ought to be buck now andshe expects me to go out with her She nodded a smiling termination of their duet and proved toward the door Then on impulse she turned a ques lion ou her lips left unuttered through i J IentJtr1at 11Dont forget Gerald rectly saluted him in the parka per fectly friendly simple and natural question Yet it remained unuttered She turned again to the doorway A maid stood there holding a note on a salverFdr Captain Selwyn please murmured the nald Miss Erroll passed out Selwyn took the note and broke the sealMy Dear Selwyn Im In a beastly fix an L 0 U due tonight and pas do quol Obviously I dont want Neergard to know being associated as I am with him In business As for Austin hes a peppery old boy bless his heart and Im not very secure in his good graces at present Fact is I got into a rather stiff game last night and its a matter of honor So can you help me to tide It over Ill square it on the 1st of the month Yours sincerely GERALD ERROLL P Slyo meant to look you up tor ever so long and win the first moment I have tree- Below this was penciled the amount due and Selwyns face grew very seri ousThe letter he wrote in return ran Dear GeraldCheck Inclosed to your order By the way cant you lunch with Die at the Lenox club some day this week Write wire or telephone when Yours SELWYN When he had sent the note away by the messenger he walked back to the bay window hands in his pockets a worried expression in his gray eyes This sort of thing must not be repeat ed The boy must halt in his tracks and face sharply the other way Be- sIdes his own income was limited much too limited to admit of many more loans of that sort He ought to see Gerald at once but somehow he could not in decency ap pear personally on the heels of his loan A certain interval must elapse between the loan and the lecture In fact he didnt see very well how he could admonish and instruct until the loan had been canceled that is until the first of the new year Pacing the floor disturbed uncertain as to the course he should pursue he looked up presently to see Miss Erroll descending the stairs fresh and sweet In her radiant plumage As she aught his eye she waved a silvery chinchilla muff at hima marching saluteand passed on calling back to him Dont forget Gerald No he said I wont forget Ger ald He stood a moment at the win dow watching the brougham below where Nina awaited Miss Erroll Then abruptly he turned back intothe room and picked up the telephone receiver muttering This is no time to mince matters for the sake of appearances And he called up Gerald at the offices of Neergard Co Is It you Gerald he asked pleas antly Its all right about that mat ter Ive sent you a note by your mes senger But I want to talk to you about another matterssomething con cerning myself I want to ask your advice in a way Can you be at the Lenox by G You have an engagement at8 Oh thats all right I wont keep you Its understood thenthe Lenox at C Goodby a a s a There was the usual early evening influx of men at the Lenox who drop ped in for a glance at the tickerOr for a cocktail or a game of billiards or a bit of gossip before going home to dressSelwyn sauntered over to the basket Inspected a yard or two of tape then strolled toward the window nodding to Bradley Harmon and Sandon Craig As he turned his face to the window and his back to the room Harmon cam up rather effusively offering an un Selwyn quietly rote and stepped out of the circle usually thin flat hand and further hospitality pleasantly declined by Sel wynHorrible thing a cocktail observed Harmon after giving his own order and seating himself opposite Selwyn 1 dont usually do it Here comes the man who persuades memy own part nerSelwyn looked up to see Fane approaching and instantly a dark flush overspread his face You know George Fane dont you continued Harmon easily v Well thats odd I thought of course Cap tain Selwyn Mr Fane Hs not usual but its dono Tobe ecadj- J I FOR FALL EVENINGS ATTRACTIVE WRAPS THAT ARE IN VOGUE JUST NOW They Help Prolong the Life of the Summer Warflrobe Pretty Effects in Odd Wraps and Frocks This is the season of the year when we long for something which will pro long the life of the summer wardrobe None of us know just what color or material to select for the new fall costume and hence we turn to light wraps which may be worn over sum mer frocks until fa wise decision has been made A word ab selecting hats to wear with a costume consisting of an odd A Pretty Jacket wrap and a separate frock Match the color of the wrap rather than the gownThe coloring of all separate wraps should be neutral No glaring reds brJlliantblues or vivid greens Rather select something which will harmonize with almost any dress you may find in tho wardrobe A soft dull gray wrap can be worn well with any gown Tan color is an old standby and if you can boast of only one wrap this would be a safe choice Dark blue is almost strictly a summer shade and a soft golden brown makes a better looking fall garment For evening wear of course the pale shades are every appropriate The welldressed summer girl has boasted of a striped skirt and this she now wishes to use for general wear With these skirts are worn odd jackets matching the dark stripe in the skirt material If the skirt is a threetoned gray stripe then match the darkest shade for the odd jacket The illustration presents a splendid model for a jacket of this character The picture shows a narrow braided vest but the jacket could be cut two inches larger in the fronts and the vest eliminated entirely This particular jacket was worn with a brown and tan striped skirt The material was French serge The jacket was of plain brown French serge in the matching shade The braiding was done by hand in a soft shade of brown silk soutache The soft silk tie forming a collar at the back and falling In graceful ends over the front was of brown louisine finished off at either side with bronze bucklesThe could be made simpler by making the sleeves full length and eliminating the braiding It would require 2 yards of double width serge to make this jacket or five yards oj silk Transfer and Ice Crating Handling Hauling Furniture Pianos Specialty Main Street Both Phones CALL ON by day or night if you want your baggage OFFICE Home Phone Night Phone 339 SUBSCRIBE FOR NEWS FLAGS CEDAR COFFIN SILL lt Grave Is Opened by International Or der to Disprove IttAustin PaAt the Instance of relatives in Italy through the Italian consul at Washington and under the personal direction of Paul Costa a welltodo resident of place the grave of Peter Pedro in the cemetery here was opened the other day to de termine whether or not the casket in which he is buried was made of cedarThis is step in an investigation be- Ing made rebutting the fees Charged by George B McDonald a local un dertaker who was appointed adminis trator of Pedros estate Pedro was killed by the cars on February 22 1896 and Undertaker McDonald buried the remains Afterward as administrator of Pedros 1500 estate Mr McDonald included an item of 225 for cedar casket The purpose of burying in cedar casket was that In the event of his friends in after years desiring to remove the remains the coffin would be relatives of Pedro in Italy refused to allow the excessive charges and one of the items specifically objected to was the charge for the cedar coffin Through the Italian consul at Washington they directed an Investigation and Paul Costa of place was engaged to conduct it The grave of Pedro was opened and it is now contended that instead of being cedar the coffin is of maple and a demand is made for a reduction of 8100 in its price OLD NEGRO HAS 51 CHILDREN So Records of Dawes Commission in Oklahoma Show Tulsa Okla Charles Roberts Creek freedman residing near Broken- Arrow in Tulsa county bears the dis Unction of being the father of the larg est number of children of any man In the civilized world today His children number 51 according to the records of the Dawes commis sion at Muskogee Roberts tells the story that his large family is the result of a plurality of wives which he was allowed to have under the old Creek law A few years ago the federal government made relinquish his unlawful wives and cleave only to the one whom he was married legally in 1867 Of the 51 children of Roberts 33 are living 29 of them married All hold valuable allotments in the Creek nation and are welltodo jA few years ago Roberts and his wife and 19 of their children made a trip to oil passes provided by the government While there they met President Roosevelt The old negro is thinking of charter lag cars and taking his entire family with their children again to Washington to make another call upon Presi dent Roosevelt before he goes out of officeBoth Roberts and his wife are halo and hearty and say they will round out century wi 5Larns It is very aggravating to find that a good blouse Is ruined or seems to bewith drops of oil from the sewing machineYou stitching along so steadily that you did not notice had put on just one drop of oil too many and that it was leaving a trail along the new material At first you will be discouraged but remember the oil can speedily be ta ken out and the material left as good as new Coyer the stain thickly with lard let itstand lojig enough to absorb all the grease then wash out in cold water with soap A Well Ordered Dinner Table The mpst elegant and attractive din ner tables are seldom the most elabor ate ones Linen which has the gloss of good laundering hina and silver which shine from perfect care and a few flowers or a jardiniere of ferns in the center make a more impressive dinner table than the more elaborate ones ornamented with lace and rib wi expensive centerpieces Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the Jnah ial depres sion Notwithstanding hard fins tleke has been a steady growth from the start in thfiiuxiberof our depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You t are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M Cashier J LV BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President t w Conkwrigtit Co and Etc a N015 North NELSONJheTransferMan transferred 94 THE 4 this a a a intactThe this a him Washington a you flOP HODGKIN Always the sameso mi Mimes better Brown Proctoria Hotel Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for the money ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS JTh 0 s jIy rf I 1 p fTHE WINCHESTER MEWL cJREBROSPINAtMENIBGltli A F4kTALeDISEASEOFftORSESF ro e J Milks D M Louisianai Cerebrtfspinal meningitis In horses is also known as staggers blindstag gers sleepy staggers bottom sickness etc and scarcely any section of the country has escaped the ravages of the disease at some time or other Numerous theories have been ad vanced as to the cause of this disease It has been attributed to grazing upon low marshy places hence the name bottom sickness The cause also has bees laid to moldy corn or fodder poisonous plants exposure to sun impure water etc Mayo reporting a very similar disease concludes it to be glaucusRspores lodgment in the organs and set up In flammatory conditions The cerebral symptoms were due to an abscess of the brain He has also recovered the above fungus from the different or gansChester of the Delaware station has carried on a series of feeding expert I njectlon vessels horse of the tubules The thej right In the center he to be menta with negative results Some even point out the infectious nature of the disease vln the mild cases we got duflness stupor weakness hanging of the head paresis or slight loss Qt control over o1e cn inore limbs a Blight rise in temperature 102 tb 103 degrees swallorinclheand brownish yellow In those mild cases the weakness never became so great that the animal could not stand and usually it was ablo to take some watertThe more severe cases were jganl fettad by the same general sym often however the respirations Pere much increased and labored In the severe cases the animals usually re futed food but often showed a desire for water although unable to drink The digestive tract was almost completely paralyzed Purgatives seemed tQ do little good no matter what the dose The hypodermic use of eserine or arecolene did not Lionti but did exhibit other pjYSiOI0g teal phenomena The dise runs arapid iv fatal jcqurse lasting from a few TJto Uror five days usually omore than three or fur days hme given by some ijhorities fht tb tw ve days is enroely too aj except dn that survive v I In thoselases that sTirvivedJ the dis ease attackedd slowlytheanimal usually taking some nourishment and showed all the symptoms of a mild at tack The mortality was 90 per cent or more Treatment availed little unless started in the first few hours of the disease and even then prognosis was the exact cause of meningitis in horses and mules has never as yet been satisfactorily demon strated either In this country or abroad it has been the opinion of Dr W H Dalrymple of the Louisiana sta tion who has several previous outbreaks in that state during both the spring and summer months that the cause was in some way associated with the condition of the feeding materials either grass or cured products such as corn etc brought out by the attack of molds or fungi ana that when a complete Brain of horse Note the of the blood Kidney of showing degeneration tubules to and show t condition especially good Fahr generally r e cases experienced a change to food that WRB absolutely sound was made the disease was either checked or disappeared en tirely Tkit Ulso would seem to have been the experience of other investigators Consequentlyjintll the exact nature of agent meningitis as well as a possible remedy has been discovered we would urgenVy 1rec m mend to stock owners as soon as they observe the first symptoms of socalled staggers they at once make a change from feeding materials that are at all suspicious to those that are perfectly souad Or as a matter of prevention ft all times that they do not supply to their animals or permit them t consume food of any kind that is not absolutely sound and free from molds or fungi Feed li1l1tVery little should be fed to brood sows as it makes them too fat They should lie given plenty of thin slop in which there is always valuable nutriment v ssamongters wet pens and exposure Provide Clean Water Keep Plea of clean water within reach of your hogs at all times I t a PRISONER IS AN INVENTOR k Jkir01ar InRenitentiary Is Machinist of Attainmentss Philadelphia With inventive ge- nIus unsurpassed by a dozen machine ists in the ftorld John Edwards prefers a criminal life and glories in his exploits as a burglar rather than in his many remarkable and useful in ventionsThe records of the country know this man as John Svetak Kings ley Stores Reeves and many other aliases In trying to escape from the Phlladelphinthewall a distance of 30 feet and broke his leg He has more than ten years of prison life before him taking no account of detainers from other cities IIi all parts of the United States Edwards is a machinist of really perIfectedmoveXall the present objections toI perIIfectednot only increases the speed of the operator but reduces the cost of operation He says that a shoe manufacturer near Boston has agreed to buy a device of his with which to make shoes for the government Ed wards says this device will reduce thV cost of making a pair of shoes fully 20 per cent ENLIST TO DODGE ALIMONY Society Young Men Find a New Ave nue of Escape Open Washington The army may soon rival South Dakota in the divorce courts couldinpostersthatserve Uncle Sam Now it is expected that society youths whose affairs of the heart with chorus ladies and other attractions of the bird and bottle variety have brought on unhappy marriages may enlistingThatas file closer while thecotillion lead er whose gayetles caused embar rassment may serve as captains or derly is a prospect of the near fu ture And all this because the war depart ment has declined to comply with a paybehis family alimony prescribed by the courtIt held that no responsibility such as Is placed on officers under the six tyfirst article of war rests on enlisted men and there Is no precedent under which the failure on the part of such person to support bis family may be made the basis of charges GOT LICENSES DID NOT MARRY Many Persons in Idaho Thought Per mit All That Was Necessary bytheShoshone county has brought to light an extraordinary condition of affairs withregard to the issuance of mar riage licenses in this county For many months the department has been marriagelicensesothers of foreign nationality of whom there are many employed In the everbeenment was under the impression that performedmade there- Accidentally however it was dis thedistrictall that was necessary to carry out the marirage was simply the taking out of gospelployed to perform the ceremony in foundframed afamilyraised QUITS 10000 JOB TO PREACH Carnegie Superintendent Enters the Ministry PittsbUrg PaGeorge L Glunt su perintendent of the mill of the Car Hempsteadhasenter the ministry He has been ad mitted to the Western Theological seminary WEllisSteel corporation and during the early part of his 25 years experience the steel business taught Mr Corey much of that which has since placed him at the head of the business On grad ating It Is the Intention of Mr Glunt to devote his life to helping the work men In steel mills In his home Mr Glunt said I always Intended entering the min istry Mr Corey and I discussed this many times This was years ago however I want to show some of the thousands of young men in the steel business that there is something beyond the almighty dollar and their own pleasure Walk Around World on Honeymoon LondonA novel tour has been carried out by M and Mme Eugene Gruard who have just crossed from Dover to Calais They say that they started on their wedding day in 1896 from Paris to walk around the world In 12 years they have toured through ankvThey have walked 60000 miles they say h T iTTI t r TRY JI PPEf OOZElt to FIGHT LOCUST gcroseneDaa WiI tCapte and Destroy ePes sI Water and kerosene mixed is placed in this machine or appliance and it Is drawn over a field frequented by grasshoppers The insects are stirred up and many of them fly into the pans of kerosene and water and are killed QDD RELIGIOUS SECT SPURNS JEWELRY AND ORNA MENTS AND GOOD CLOTHES Church of Living God Holding Re vival Services in Park at Free water OrePay Holy Vow in Washing of Feet Freewater Ore With contempt for such vain things as good clothes jewelry and ornaments with a fervor born of religious fanaticism with rites of feet washing greeting each other with kisses the holding up of hands and other evidences of enthusiasm and devotion a religious sect calling itself the Church of the Liv ing God is holding revival services in the city park here and for several days the faithful have been treking this in an effort to bring down- showers of blessings The public rites of the service are so peculiar that people are attracted to the meet ings while the personal adornment of the womenor rather the lack of adornment appeals to tho public as a cross between religious enthusiasm and poverty The rites of the sect are many and peculiar The meetings are held in a large tent while surrounding the meeting house as It Is called are gathered many smaller tents where simplicity and reverence the fam Iin of the worshipers live all the families gathering at a common table at meals and in other ways forming a community Three public services are held daily one at 1030 another at 230 and a protracted session be ginning at 730 Inthe evening The preaching service is largely made up of Scripture readings laying special stress upon holiness and sanctification The Bible is held as the one book to read and from it comes all the inspiration given to the people by the ministers The meetings are ol the order although none of the antics of the Holy Rollers of unsavory fame in southern Oregon a few years ago are allowed During the services when It is necessary to intersperse the reading of the Bible with songs or prayer the congregation of the faithful extend their hands upward and retain them in Josition until it would seem paralysis would cause the posture to remain perma nent In his position the minister frequently maintains his hands as method of emphasizing his remarks of the effectiveness of a biblical quota tionAmong the congregation the holy kiss is used as a token of good will and oflearnestness Strong men greet other men with the kiss and wome- are more free with the osculatpry ilege among their own sex than ar the women of other religious beliefs At given times feet washings oc cur in memory of the occasion when Christ washed the feet of his disciples as a token of menial service At times of religious consecration when kissing and feet washing constitute much of the service the minister takes time to decry dancing and card playing in bitter terms as coming from the devil and unfit or the consideration of thp children of men Nor is the air of earnestness and fidelity confined to the men of the congregation Women in the excitement of the service become as bois i terous as the men except the miBls ters whose duties are largely to con jdemn other religious beUefa and stir their listeners into a frenzy of nelif gious fervor with the Idea of future punishment for the common herd and future glory and dominion for the saved who enter through the door ofithis church iIn the entire congregation there Is not id be found a ring orjpiece of jew elry scarcely a watch to keep the t 1meltscorset is denied even to young women and it Is exceedingly bad form for- man a 1 to appear with pressed trousers jItthe kind offered the people of Istaelr 2000 years ago Nothing in the form of an organ or other musical instru 1 ment is allowed about the comp Buttibe Itsaid to the credit of the congre gation the singing is far superior to that heard In many of the elaborately equipped churches l People from Spokane Cclfax Day ton and other places have come here to camp and worship that their souls may be filled with the gospel of sane tification Men gather up their jam lies leave their farms and work shops and without thought of the morrow come here for a season to form part of a community to help one another to study the Bible and throw out the correct light to the wayfaring pilgrimi who otherwise may find himself in perdition v The Church of the Living God Is not entirely new as it is said that a publishing house is maintained in Vir ginia where the first congregation was formed Small congregatons are said to meet in Walla Walla Colfax and in Spokane but the number of com municants is so small that the congre gations are required to get together in a massmeeting hence the gathering here s aBirds Fly BackwardfPort Jervis N YThe drought lip this way has caused a queer vfreak in nature Highway commissioners in the country districts repairing the roads with fine crushed stone are bothered because the top dressing is ofnrain to hold it down Migratory birds Jedust out of their eyes ITimely Text Dont fool with Satan says an old V time brother unless youre a good hand at fighting fire and even then youre likely to play a losing game J l jaheadBiblical Speaking of cherry pies we are re minded of that Biblical saying which goes something like thisflIt is hard o bite against tbA stones r JOB PRINTINGtt r Our facilities are the best in East ern Kentucky for turning out highI class Job Work at reasonable pri ces r 4 I Lawyers briefs and all kinds f bookwork promptly andaccurate s- to0i f ly attended t Give us a calla dlttus dl some Work for you f The Winchester News INCORPORATED WINCHEaTER KVd I t r f r t iI JI T T Trr Ifii t Jr r f 1fyi THE WINCHESTER NEWS BUSY run with Mfg best ing f I Winchester N IoR i Dont Suffer with Indigestion I and paytlvneeessarp doctors bill by allowing yourself and family to eat impure when the best be had at thelame price Our line of dried fruits is now in and for roar inspection FancyPtunes 1212c 15c and 20c per Ib Fancy Peaches 15c and 20c per Ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per b- We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in I Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in a All given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALLSo- le agents Ferndell Foods Chase Sanborn Ml Teas Price Lard andSau Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bells Flowers NO FOOTBALL GAMES AWAY FROM HOME it K W Eleven M u Rearrange Sched tie ofthe Year Jr As efilt of the refusal of the Board of Education whicH has con t OeIto ali4a y QIetlc teams represent awabY from iti111filftel the football manager atKU C has had to make an c Hire rearrungenent of his scliemlfeVery t II 3tienubus eri Ors now be jllg made o gwiire thc game which was Loyliae b en placed itt Danville on M Jnday JiextJor the coming Sat hrospeciares f so WiMchester will have a chance to see tho team which La touted as th most Contender for the in tercolUfHjale championship of the State 3m action and su porters of the 1isjaiit rvuii eiiivuu are sanguine enough to hope that the lame boys can pdt a stiff argument with th- team totl Centr lh At 1 meetinryof the team today the eleveirVlecided to play out the original schedule at home and 011Ion iiv Blue Grass Leaguf f IS Now Member of National Associa ticsSchedule to Be v Arranged t i1 The m GrasVs League will meet Friday morning in Lexington nt which most im l portaufc business will be transacted W R Thomas B R Jouett audJeff1 Stewart will attend to look after and interests of the Winchester Club Someof the most import ant matters which will come up will 1beof schedule for next season admission of other cities to tike League salary limit for each Club and election of President of theLeagueX It is expected that the season will a Begin about May 1 and close Sept rIp wiltl bave played one Hundred games It is said that there will be some opposition o to the circuit being increased tqt more than but whether thesix towns now compos f ing the League will continue su will be determine at this meeting The League has been membeXshrj to the National Base compact and will at its meetballing f Friday formally become a i member a aba under the protec tiQIof the Rational agreRinent It r is safeto say fmt Winchester will next year have one of the bes Clubs in the League t R MbDELING ON Work bn remodeling the Parrish building on Main street is nearing completionWhen finished it will a11Jardw 1it ir BUILDERS often short of lumber supplies because they fail to select a thoroughly reliable dealer or one who does not carry large enough stock By making your contracts for any kind of lumber the WincbesterLumber Co efficient servicb is guaranteed We deal in the grades of hard and softwoods lath shingles hard woodfloor etc seasoned foods can ready Muir four times week orders for Pure Coffees ageRed prominent football six gitaute thoroughly ADDITIONAL SOCIETY Mr Bruce Reynolds The Lexington Leader has this t say about Mr Bruce Reynolds in recent issue Mr Bruce Reynolds a violinist o note from Boston Mass will arriv in tobcate in this city He graduated with honors at New England Conservatory of Music several ears ago and sine then has been context master of George Chadwicks Orchestra Boston also playng with the Bost Symphony Orchestra men and direc tor of Westminster Orchestra Since graduation Mr Reynolds has been teaching in New England Conserva tory of Music and in private studio- in Boston It is through the of Miss Anna Chandler Goffand Prof F Lyman Wheeler that Lex ington is to have this talented mu sician orestra Lexington whichwill ap pear both alone and with the Crescendo Club also accompanying th soloist ion one of the Crescendo Chl Concerts who will be Madame Schu openea Mr Reynolds studio will be locat flndTrustMr Reynolds wJl be in Winchester Friday and will have a class here WesleyanCollege tra of college and town people II willattend chapel at the college Fri dayThe marriage of Miss Florence Tipton and Mi W Frank of the Loeknane nerbghberlioodwhit defthoira fever arid is under a trained nurse is ei ported in a very serious condition AN EXCURSION TO MOUNTAINS Prof A M Miller Dean of th course of natural sciences at University has made arrangements to take his class in geology to Nat ural Bridge next Saturday where very delightful as well as instructive day will lie spent among the moo tains of Kentuek3 POSTOFFICE ROBBED r RICHMOND Oct X5The sa openWcdncsdaymolnmgand money and stone registered pack ages W re stolen There is no tra as vet of the robbers HICKORY NUT MARKET V morchn a wagon r Tdhe it advanced rapidly to 2 00 and the whole cargo was closed out in thin minutes The last seenofthchick ory nut man he was kicking himself because he did not begin atr 2 Character Shapes Our Lives tWe cannot divide our work from ourselves nor isolate our future from our qualities A ship might as well try to jail north with her lib and south wi mainsail as a man to go Qne W in conduct aad another way in character What we do belongsto vhat we are and what we are Iswhat be comes ofuSHeny Van Dyke i BETTING SYSTEM IS NOT TO BE CHANGED Racing Commission Refuses to Allow Bookmakers On Tracks LEXINGTON Qct 15Dspitc the earnest pleadings of four prom ment horsemen and also a petition from severityfive prominent owners and thoroughbred breeders who now have horses at the Louisville fall Cornsv the Latonia race track to use the old style of bookmalriiig at their fall meeting which is scheduled to begin next week the Resolution takeIallae g b tion of the Racing Commission Commissionere s J y Colonel Young remarked that if the Latonia Jockey Oiub did not believe ced personally lindertnke to convince PresztJockey Club would turn the piai over to him next Monday he would twcntyfour methode of e jresjdpnt IJMuiiodksnidlJieouldSubmit the proposition to the direc tors of the Latonia Jockey Qlnbv He left for Cincinnati at 3 oclock yes terday afternoon The matter will probably be decided Thursday HOSPITALbST LOUIS MJ Oct 15Colonel William F Tucker assistant paymaster of the United States 1 my on whom a arrant was serve at Decatur Ills early Tuesday j charging wife clnsertidn left St atioclock tonight Colonel Tuclxcr is a very sick man and whether he will survive the jour acteof Secretary Wright it appears waf taken at the instigation of Mrs John colonTucker o il longer nursed br Mrs Platt Fiscal Court cMuch Routine Business is Transacted At the Thursday Session Couer JeII flsIll was present iiias approved and recorded 35t3nd property to be certified to tlin auditor of Public accounts at Frankfort feedby the Assessor and by the Sheriff was reported collectpdby spcee to settle with the Sheriff Judge J H Evans was appointedv fortheThe meeting vras adjourned to meet at 9 oclock Friday morning After all business leas been trans illadjoulittu meet tyfarn on their se annual inspection tout J5LUBTHere rag IiipPodroWednesday wris organized The following offi tens were elected R BsWoodford resident C P Morgan Vice President T Timberlake Secretaiy ItexV1 t JFiIt it I t YOURE JUP AGAINST IT a hard Probleniif to save a few dol lars you try to get handsome interior woodwork out of inferior lumber The carefully selected soundly seasoned hard wood we supply for this part of house constructipn will be a source of gratification you the longest day you live Your satisfaction will not be essened by our pricing FOOTBALL LIVELY AMONG COLLEGIANS Boys at KWC Are in Good Condition For Central Game witeh Paris Athletic Club was cancelled 1at the last minute by Paris Little excuse was given except that their team was somewhat disorganized However a most close and interest ing game was played between the first and second teams Two twenty minute haves were played and no score until the last thirty seconds of play when Walter Taylor kicked a goal from the fiekl scoring 4 points for the first team Central University The next game schedule is with pioncday The boys are in fair condition and have an even chance of winning tl1ite balance of the week President Taylor spoke twice Sun day in Lexington Rev George Foskett of Elktcm Ky was a visitor for several days at the college Wednesday mornin lIutIto t extent of two sons Phil Trigg represented K W Cat the State Athletic Association in Lexington last FIiday Mr Trigg re ports the State Asspciation to be an tt enthusiastic condition and working hard to clean out all forms of abuse especially any suspicion of professionalism on the part of members of the different teams WHAT OUR FR1EHDS SAY ABOUT PAPER Winchester Evening News Makes its rDebut With Bright Prospects MJUI Lexingtor Leader The first copy of the Winchester Evening News reached the LEADER office Tuesday The first number was a twelvepage sheet well ilia tratcd and lots of reins The local merchants show liberal patronage And if the first number is a criterion the patter will have abundant sue Cess The LEADER predicts success for its contemporary Winchester isa hustling city and well alle to support a good daily newspaper SALE OF LAND James R Bush auctioneer reports then sale of Mrs Anna Rupard Hast althoughbidding Twenty seven acres of land were sold at 1550 Two cows brought 56 Hogs sold at 5c and seven sheep bi ought 250 per head Corn sold at 275 per bbIIIay 8 and oats 8 per ton Mr J R Wilson has sold his farm toN Mr William Readof Madison co Thevpnce was not given out J Congratulations The News has just received the fpllqwyig from Frankfort t which itself News Winchester FR1NI CRT Ky Oct lo =Cu gratulatiqiisv on your first Pape these natives ons are it DULiN MOSS FUNERAL OF ELDER SWEENEY PARIS Ky Oct 15The funeral JoluimS Sweeney who died at an early hour Tuesday morning will take place Thursday afternoon from the Chris tiara church at 2 30 oclock The services will be conducted by Elder Carey E Morgan The pallbearers will be Messrs Joseph W Davis J Hinton Robert G ggin William W T Talbott GeorgeAlexrnde Henry Clay Sr and Russell all of whom are officers and side of the cTurphof which he was pos tor or ivvtntyMne years v S WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY OCTOBER 2O BtirtNicolai Nixon Offer MISS Beulah Poynter In Her Own Dramatization of LENA i RIVERS J By MARY J HOLMES The writer with over 5000000 Readers Kindly RememberI The Postal Telegraph and Cable Co Nationalg erGames forChampionship Will y give any information possible Call us at our office Brown Proctoria BOTH PHONES L M BuiscK Manager J MAKE LIFE WORTH LIVING By Buying Your Racket Goods Paint IWall Paper and ClothsFrom r Baber Reeves HOME PHONE 234 No 9 E Broadway 1SSS=1808 THE BEST JrJSURANCE IS TilE CHEAPEST insuredIF rod our office at once LWRite or phone for rates and terms Efore insuring see iif WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 r aarrscs IForI Drugs Graph ilodaKs ophones 1 Paintsrr 1Stationary I Bota 2I IWinche ter DrugCo r PQ AUTI BO546J GRADEHOTOORAPDYini s and wrlrsi EARP The Artist now and avoid the rush during flee holidaji I f i u r ItTALK is in order with us if you intend build jug a fencejor we can help you if you tell us the size We will figure out the lumber for you and give you a close estimate on what yogi fence house barn and other buildings will costyou Let us hear from yon if yon intend building 4 TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows 0 O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 23 11 57 a m 630rNom m C O WEST BOUND No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Snnday250p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 85oa m No 38 Daily 11 59 a m pmNoL N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 32 Daily 260 pm No 28 Dally Ex Sunday 438 p m IL E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m No 4 Daily 818 a m L E WEST BOUND No1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am NO3 Daily 520 pm Lexington Eastern Ry Go Time Card chi EpccLJune 21 1908 1L BOUNDDaily Dail Lv Lexington 221 P H 74b A K Winchester 35 813 L E Junction 320 626 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 4m 938 Natural Bridxe 935 943 i9t6lJeattyvIl1eJuuctlon Athol b37 to45- O K Junction 605 11x- 5lrJackson 610 1120 No1 5 RUnWESTBOUND t P Lv Jackson G10 220 700- O K JunctIon G15 225 705 640 252 730 BeattyvilleJunction i07 3cO 751 Torrent 730 3U 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 828iClay Cit 82j 9i c902 L E Junction 900 507 934 Winchester 912 520 9t6 4r iettnatn tai 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE r DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L feE JunctionTrains Nos 1 make connection with the C J O By fort lunntion Trains Ivos12 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central By for passengers to and frem Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Sos 2 and4 will connection with the L t A Railway for KyO Trains Nos 3 and 4 will conl1 t with the O S K Railway for Cannel City Ky aadway stations J B BARR General Manager OtAS SCOTT G P A 17tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT JOUETT K Vlilcrneys At Law x r t fWinchesterKy J M STE7 iSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si WinchestenKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law r Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law f 60 S Main St Winchester Ky DRt WORTHlNGTOfJ Office hours10 to 12 a mj 2 f03 p m and 7 to 8Pm v t New phone 432 Residence 633i 51 N Main St Winchester Ky Ramsey Transfer Co Hauling of AU Kinds sfc Furniture Moving a Specialty HOME PHONE i Jtt 6i