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I i 1I r 7 4i v r 41 se1 f4f ALLJL THE 6i NEWS rr jf 4y i LLiriH WORrlD4 I ieVOL 1 NO5 i WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY 16 1903 2 CENTS A COPY 10 GENTS AWEEK WOMEN AND CHILDREN BURr1E rt TO DEATH 555 FOREST FIRE Fourteen Perish in Michi gTrain is Overtak eii By Flames and Refugees Cannot Escape jl Special to the Ntw ALPESTA Michigan Oct 10 Anoltttof the fierce Forest fires that have devastated this territory all through the long Wt summer is sweeping all before it A lenef tram was burned in the section of the fire that new theratcns he village of Met Fourteen refugees on the train principally women and Children per 1 noD 000 LOSS BY liRE Docks of International Salt Company and Offices of 1 Joliet Railway Burned Special the Nw the railroad and Clicripo IIIA7Treat fire than fifty freight destroyed the ot the Interna estimated at than a tional today dollars f WILL NOT FOOL L WITH TRAITORS Venezuelan Revolutionists to he- j Shot to Distil if Captured t Caracas Oct 16That the mem of any revolutionary movement initiated during the prospective block ade of Venezuelan ports will be immediately shot as traitors to their Country if captured is reported to be the present determination of Presi Castro is his answer to the rumors and newspaper reports circulating to the effect that under of Dutch a r revolutionary movement is about to be undertaken to overthrow the Castro government y President Castro arrived in Caracas from his tour of the provinces a very sick man and his physi dans were in a of great anxiety several days The presidents constitution however came his aid once more and his LQuicklyThe one topic of conversation in a Caracas is the coming answer to Hol lands second note which has reported to set the date of Nov 1 for the annulment of Castros trans shipment decree which has 1so obnoxious to the people of Curacao Hollands second note is a long document according to reports an Venezuelas answer besides bein lengthy Is being pr ared with great care It is believed that in it will beset forth in detail the reasons the Dutch demand can not and will not be acceded to The to Venezuela is not in ttte strength of Hollands case it is very generally conced- ethat the Netherlands government has no casus belli but on the contrary has the weakest case of any of r nations which are now at outs wi President Castro but in the fact that there are several nations especially the United Sttaes and France which would be only too glad to Holland pull their chestnuts out the fire and these countries would probably Hollandl l OFFEAUI J Committee to Prepare Constitution anti By Laws is Ap1 t v pointed e LEZJNGTON Oct 16The Blue 1 Gras League were in session here 3idsvY morning Winchester was repVeouied by W B Thomas and followingtclubs vere represented Lexington r J r Vr V 4 I i a pV lt UCKXJ1flE IWNCflESTER NEWS1 r ishsd They were coitjed up in boxcars found it impossible t es cape The fire ran so apidy that it coulnot be avoided It is feared that ihf loss of life is heavy through out Preque Island County In view of this dreadfitl accident The News reproduce an article resboySerl1etorian forst Fires to offices of Joliet Ill Oct more cars The dpiks loss is more Salt Company and the million Are bers dent This cover guns interior state for iron toI been have very why danger cause see of sud THAW UY TO PITTSBURG Officials Hold Conference at Mattca fwuPnd Plan For Trip V Sunday J i t New 1fcrlrOct 1C It was an nounced here that Harry Thaw might got to Pittsburg next Sunday morn ing or soon thereafter to testify in connection with the bankruptcy pro ceedings now pending against him in that city This information was given out after a conference held between Dr Amos T Baker assistant superintendent of the Matteawan hospital for the criminal insane where Thaw is confined and Colonel Asa Bird Gardiner special deputy attorney gen eral appointed to take charge of the Thaw case in behalf ofe state A writ issued by the United States commandingDrof the Matteawan hospital to produce Thaw in Pittsburg was served on Dr Lamb and Dr Baker his assistant hastened to New York from Fishkill Landing where the hospital is lacat ed to consult with Colonel Gardiner about obeying the writ Colonel Gar diner says that the Thaw representa times have promised not to put any obstacle in the way of having Thaw returned to New York in case he ap pears in Pittsburg ant as this was lavingthediner says he does not see how he can successfully oppose the new writ I have made all arrangements to go to Pittsburg to argue the case said Colonel Gardiner but I can not tell at this time whether Thaw will go thedbefore any definite action In- Pittsburg I will argue against Thaw failthbe telegraphed for Winchester Shelbyvilie Lawrence burg Richmond jcost importan business vas the foin ting ofa committee to draft constitutions and by laws Geo R H7nmondand Beverly 11 Jouelt were named v The meeting then ailjournud to lfJto a m t n lowing business will be dJLsppseds of at that meeting Tiuffairs of the league for Jhc- past year will be ettkL Do h cirbA recing on a salary limic and basisbCooipeting and ljc ecting ar raiiaeDents for iiatiQuaii protection Adoption of cousritiition and by variouslQonnlittses i t JUDGE TAFT SPEAKING AT UNION DEPOT SYNOD DECIDES CENTRAL UNIVERSITY MATTER Holds Long Discussion Thursday NihtMajarity port is Approved by Vote of 51 to 38 IrAfdr a dobaU lancing all day Thui lay rnd far into ri night the moat iinpoj taut question before the Pres yle MI Synd here iu session 1h2 JliJJof Central University a Dau ilic viS settled By a vote o 57 ti 8 Miiyno i dednf that they had no itoijvithflrrvr 01 nullify the julion taken atspar by wliicli they deKiixd to tarn the Uiuvcjity ovr to the jjoard of Trusiefts Tit iluliate wa3 heated out goo natuied Nearly all tho oadiig mem bet of the Synod participatctl one jidn or the ether It was likea corm cjtse with ilonieys cm the one side P he other pleading their case beft the jury cy lennett H YUh of Louis rOL BENNETT E YOUNG ville ftrsrr the case for the Univer sity in 1111 loquent and tolling speech Rer Jjr ircmphill of LouisviilB spoke no loss c mestly and atdentl for the majr report REPAIRING BRIDGE Mayor J A Hughes Has Force of Men Hard at Work Mayoi J A Hughes hasyhis force at work putting down a new floor in the bridge over the C 9onJackson street It has not been long siuce this bridge was repaired but owing to the exceedingly dry weather this season the engines passing under the bridge had burned the floor so badly that it had become danger ous Life Life Is a cocktail made tip for the most part of sweet things and tinged with a dash of bitters We must drain it to the dregs to get at the cherry just as we must live a f pleasIf i I FridaYs Sesqn WiiMi lilt moiiiing sosibii coiiytn ed Jjioay the first oil the pro was the special orflot of basinea thfe S prdevui that all Past rs11cd special tservifiiS and pla eEt their next r icftiy js siiffeiing from at prosehl refilldas ing now resolutions ind the reports nof committees The only impoilaiifoaturevon the proj am for Fridaythe selec tion ul a place for th boldinjr 6f the next nceting There wore throa bids for fife meeting Lexinvton Harroas burg aid A vote wa taken wo I in favor of holding it at Lexington next October Taken an Appeal A eomplainttothf General Asem bly 3ynob acIn and others who opposed the actio wn5 fin i with the Strved Clerk Th filiuiT ct this cornPh it nt ans that thIto bJ taken up at the nct meeting againIthe same committee ihat made f majoiiL report on the matter be ap poiiierl Lo represent the Synod in wliaicvor action the General Assem bly might take in reward to the mat ter yUricv something new develops then is nothing that remains now before the Synod exempt the re nila adjmrnmen DISMISSED BY JURY P4DUCAH Ky 0ot 1C Maggie Stephen charged with attempting to bribe an Alderman to grant her husband a saloon license was di s missed by the gr nd jury It was charged that she left a check for 100 with Aldeimari W T Miller who did not desire to prosecute the woman but was embarrassed to know what tpdo with the check He consulted friends at the City Hall as to the best method of re turning the check and the City So Bator insisted on prosecution It was understood that the woman thought she would pay the Alderman for his time In seeing othei tlrasse reason did not care to have her prosecuted iH t DEMOCRATS HEI LEWIS t Eloquent Orator to be atCotJrt HOIJSC Winchester on Oc tober 23 Hon J Hamilton Lewis of chi- cago one of the most famous and eloquent Democratic orators of the present campaign will address thei voters of Winchester and Clark county on the issues of the day at the courthouse Winchester on Fri day October 23 at 1 oclpck Mr Lewis is one of the big guns of the campaign The ladies are specially invited to cbnieand heal him Mr Lewis yes an4irieresting Yashingtonstarred to stndy law and to support himself worked as a wharf hand He inade good and was finally sent to Congress from Republican district A few years ago he removed to Chicago and has already estab lished there a big law business Mr Lewis is a very intere5tl addsi tion to Mr Lewis the HonWP Thorne will speak RUMORa IS THAT s KING HAS FLED i IdaeUe 1eLONDON Oct 16As a fitting climaito the trouble that hitsvthueat ened so long in the P Jkans and to l powersit froSerheve l as King Peter throne has been tottering ever since he as cended it as the resultof a dreadful aisasination FARMER SEVERELY KICKED BY A MULE Mr Spead Stevenson Receives Blow J Ti Under His Left Eye youngfan1tIjl beingkiclctTfto acCaeiit ocrurrpoViO the farm of lien jHVnnklin on the Irm Works cityJIihad sold MJ Piankij leftas he enter i1 4 file barn a mUg nvhi hwas in a stall ilea the door Jrckud him the blow uniling just belo liis Jeft eye an i ll1ICJdg him sensioys He was talen to iiveFrankJin lioti32 tcd med stitchsos ut pale wauot serious r i i i4 CSt l 0Z WEAtHER Jr f gLIi1 anti Saturday IJJ I OCTOBER GO CUltI thcoontrolpf ilopkinsfij6 TO NEW SYSTEM Ir IN OPERATIUNio Telephone Service eBrins in Boston fToday t Cheaply v v fodtwordstoday by the Telepost company and postofficeual fact in American life With the transmission of the first i Portlanderator here by Mayor Hibbard of this city the Telepost was put into oper ation between the two cities the line Including the following way stations HaverhillBiddefordMe In each of these cities there is now laceiveThe Telepost transmits and receives messages at the rate ota thousand words a minute from twenty to forty phsystempost utilizes the full carrying capacity of the wire while others get only 10oXper cent The Telepost company gathers mess l sages and sends them on its own I lines It delivers the messages Itselfxby its own special delivery serviceheaf1 lmessages then beingcalled by the fa r7 V tforpostoffice department run by Uncle messageisthroughthemission to near or distant pointso that is a man living in one of the t cities named or within mailing dis = tance of it may write out his telegram or his Telepost drop it addressed to his correspondent near or far in care of the Telepost company The latter will attend to its prompt and 6Imarpatrons In addition to telegrams of the nVi style and Teleposts the innovation In the wire world includes the tele a card which is to the telegram and the Telepost what the postal card is fc to the letter In other words itis at shorter telegram transmitted at lower rate The rates charged by the Telepost company are uniform whether the dit tomnwords for 25 cents delivered by Tel epost messengers or fifty words folt25 cents brought to your door by one of Uncle Sams graycoated men The t charge for the telecard is 10 cents rtten words sent to any place reached by the Telepost companys lines A special envelope of odd size and attractive design makes it easier tor the mail distributors to recognize and handle Teleposts The telecard is also of special design in order to facilitate postoffice handling While the service Inaugurated today includes only the cities named lbove the Telepost company has already closed contracts to make rapid exten sions from Boston in other directions tThe scene in the Telepost offices atrthe opening of the new service was a 4 most interesting one The audience 1largebusiness and professional life of this cityThe newspaper men who were s present not only looked upon the put ting to practical use of the invention of Patrick B Delany as an interesting f item of neWs but as one that is ex pected to affect vitally their own bust ness of newsgatbering and publish ing The Telepost company intends to establish at Its offices in the vari ous cities a bulletin service giving the most important news Items of the day In skeleton form referring the renders to the newspapers for details overthHibbard to the mayor of Portland v Me congratulating the latter upon J tie inauguration of the new system i The first Telepost message will be 2 preserved as an interesting memento of the occasion Among those present were Patrick B Delany the Inventor of the system H Lee Sellers the If president of thee company R H Sel i ers Its secretary and treasurer and engineerhe f post such as the pefecting type the transmission of message handling the receiving tape etc were fully ex plained and aroused the highest in terest The Telepost system has won the highest commendatioms from expert authorities in electricity Thomas LtEdison with whom Mr Delany work ed years ago said of it The system In its entirety is so simple that it Is perfectly tool proof r 5 r r f rM1 4r1r ArY iL i if isiik f i rd n iUj mot1r is l rRl 1PIKr Fred Speik a Pupil of Coach A A Stagg of the Chicago University Who r 4 Has Charge of the Purdue Football Squad i t PASSING OF JOE GANS j ENDS VARIED CAREER Colored Wonder Always a Figure In 1Lightweight HasBeen Championship JThe sun of lame set on one of the most spectacular pugilistic careers in the history of the prize ring when Nelson a mere physical entity a per punchteSterstamped with little more than the purely physical for the second time battered down Joe Gans and thereby closed the lasf chapter in the history of this famous colored fighter at j Colma Gans was a real factor He stands out before the world asa man who was a selfconfessed cheater a person rt jwho bartered even his own good name liar the chance of a little loose change t Ja prevaricator and stronger than that A pugilistkthe flames of his past tleansed In the eyes of the public he Won back the championship Not only that but despite his color he was inigame as an able exponent of itj Exposure of dishonesty in almost laray sport professional or amateur fin certain to be followed by loss of ireputation and standing and ultimate oblivion yet Gans not only survived This own story of his early shortcom dings but was never more popular in itis entire career than after he told tthe San Francisco newspapers how Mctand contests The mind of man fails to fathom uch things It may be possible that the fighter was among that number of great history makers whose ability lat his one specialty was such that IiJs shortcomings In other respects Iwere condoned Pugilisticfllly Gans died at the age ot 34rnot so advanced a period ot supjposedJFitzsimmons did it at a much later Stage of his career But then the freckled one was 27 years of age when Tie entered upon his real ring career whereas Gans was but 16 years old Trhen lie began to attract attention fightlingat a seesaw approximates the story t Hof his life in the ring For years Gans has been a light jwelght champion factor but his celebrated relapses continually prevent ed him from rising to any safe degree of celebrity Years ago he was be 1 lieved to be the best man in the world at his weight He always had the Ledge on Frank Erne who was then ichamplon but Gans lost to him the first time through manipulation according to Gans own story When GansIone round t iCUE KNIGHTS STIRRING Well Known Billiard Experts in Train ing for Busy Season Billiards will be given a great boon this season bya big championship tournament which is being planned for the fall months following the elec lions All the professional stars e Eating Into shape and from the ot the shortstops it is expectedranksII ffYeral new men will be o prominence The falling off of the old champions and the rapid advance pf several of the younger generation I ie givingthe billiard world a variety y changes n Jake Schaefer who has been the Iftright particular star for a half cen ituijy has been taking a complete rest for several months out In the Rockies springijrbly improved and that he hopes tot gain wrest away the trophy from his- soldrival t j Sutton Is just getting in his fall crops on his Illinois farm and will 6on be back In his Chicago room to f begin his cue practice Willie Hoppe isrko won the 182 championship trophy ridthen returned it because he fished the conditions changed for three Instead of one night games has been taking things easy since last spring and as a result is getting to i jbe a great strapping youngster Hoppe 4 does some practice at home and be jileves that this season he will play tietterbiUiards than ever i j 1ti L MANY NOVELTIES PREDICTED IN THIS YEARS FOOTBALL Coaches of Big College Elevens Ex pected to Spring Startling Play To Develop Forward Pass If the football season of 1908 does not produce several times as much novelty and science in the way of new plays as any of Its predecessors it will not be the fault of the coaches and players who represent the eastern Big FiveYale Harvard Princeton Pennsylvania and Cornell At everyone of these institutions there has been shown a disposition to rush the season Rudimentary knowledge rot the game is not being ignored but it Is being rushed along and made subsidiary to the strategic side of the game That this Is so Is proven conclusively by the manner in which veteran players of former days have been flocking back to assist in building up new offensive tactics The forward pass is certain to be productive of the most startling revolutions this fall Without exception all these coaches are work- Ing with it as the basis of their new plays It has now been a part of the rules for two years but this time has been required to familiarize players possibilitiesplored to their limit catchingtheto success with this play this fall When the play was first Introduced it did not matter a whole lot how much accuracy there was in the play because it was in such an indiscriminate manner Then the play was used very much as the resort of the weaker and inferior team which trusted largely to luck In making the play a success But this year a team is so restricted- in the use of the play that it must be developed toa high degree of per fection to be a winner First em phasis must be placed on developing several players who can throw the ball any given distance with enough speed and accuracy to en able one of his team mates to recover It without fumbling The change in the rules whereby a fumbled forward pass can be recovered only by the player who fumbled it on the passers side makes this point doubly important It has been one of the inexplicable things of modern football that so much poor passing and poorer catch ing of the forward pass should be tol erated by uptodate coaches At any rate coaches appear to have realized the handicap this weakness has been to winning teams and we may look for a radical Improvement this fall NOTES OF THE DIAMOND Kid Elberfeld has behaved unusually well for the manager of a team that only wins a game every now and thenAccording to those who know the famous Ed Walsh is drawing only 3500 for his services as the White Soxs star twirler Joe Cantillon doesnt frequent the coaching lines as often as of yore He does most of the directing from the bench Catcher Street of the Washington team enjoys the nickname Gabby talkingIparticular about his finger nails Recently he signed a contract for life with one of Washingtons prettiest manicure girlsWashingtons four outfielders Mi Ian Ganley Pickering and Clymer all hit from the left side of the plate Chase Will Remain Outlaw If reports from San Jose Cal are correct appearances indicate that Hal Chase the former fir baseman of the Yankees who quit the team the latter part of last month to return to his California home intends to make good his statement that he was through with the east and major league base ball It is said that the Boston Amer Ican league team through its western agent had made Chase a good offer to join that dub- According to report the Red Sox management went so far as to offer the first baseman the captaincy and managership of the team for next sea son if he would refrain from playing outlaw ball and join the ranks under John I Taylor Chase Is said to have turned down the proposition and re iterated his farewell statement a rryDIRTNDAY CAKES i Hiim Made Boards of Novel Design for Serving Them In some immesW e there are several children arid birthday annl versarles come around every month or loa birthday cafe board Is made to serve for each celebration which is observed by the malting of a large cake adorned with candles It la almost impossible to find in the shops suchca board as is needed to hold the cake and display It to the best advantage so same sisters of the little ones have designed their own birth day cake boards with great success A novel one of home made design and construction was cut from a wide board and measured over two feet In diameter It was covered with crepe paper and holes were bored an inch or so apart for holding the small birthday candles A flickering border of pink or yellow candlelight gave an effective appearance to the cake sur roundings The real birthday can dIes of the right number were placed on top of the cake each one being set in a delicate pink or yellow rosebud holderA ore elaborate cake board was somewhat smaller in circumference not over two feet and it was raised en small but substantial legs so that the board itself stood three inches above the table There was a flat covering of pink crepe paper over the top and sides of the board and a bor = der or edge that was made of a double width of the paper frilled around the edge of the board then pulled out so that it looked as though the board had been partly buried in huge flower petals The frilled paper stood up a little above the level of the board and inside of the petal border quite close to the edge was fastened a row of crepe paper roses that lay rather flat and appeared to nestle under the wide petal border The roses were arranged so closely together that the petals touched and sometimes overlapped A QUAINT COIFFURE It Is Especially Appropriate with an Evening Costume A charmingly quaint coiffure much worn with evening costume shows the hair parted at the left side and waved away from the face The knot israt the back of the head and is a rounded With a Side Part Grecian At either side Is set a group of soft curls which stand well out and widen the coiffure materially This style admits of the use of flowers rib bons and many real garnitures Mending Silk Stockings Silk stockings are ah expensive luxury The first cost is considerable and they do not stand hard wear When the first stitch breaks their beauty is much Impaired if not ac tually destroyed That one tiny break rapidly runs down the length of the stocking and if not quickly mended the open strip speedily widens and the case is hopeless The usual way of mending is to sew the raveled edges together with over and over stitch This may stop further raveling but even with the greatest care there will be a rough seam very conspicu ous on the plain part of the stocking and most unsightly on any part A bet ter way which only requires patience Is to pick up the stitches and crochet the edges together with a fine needle and fine silk of the same color This seam then will never be noticed by anyone but the wearer Handy Bottle Holder A convenient way to keep bottles of flavoring extract where they will not be knocked over and broken as Is so often the case when they are kept In the kitchen cupboard is to nail a narrow strip of wood on the inside of the cupboard door not quite the width of the door supported at each end by a small J lock making the width of the space between the strip and the door the width of the bottles Another strip of wood about one inch square is nailed one and onehalf Inches below for the bottles to rest uponSlip the bottles between the door and the upper strip of wood with the label side out and you have a perfectly safe place to keep them To Dry Woolens Hang woolens out on the line drip ping wet without wringing them at- aU If dried in this way they will not shrink w1E t t t j DO YOU WANT THE BEST d t I f IF you dpi call on us and see our line of the very latest patterns in Wall Paper We also carry a full line of Varnishes Glass and Picture Moulding If you wish an artistic piece of work let us frame your picture for you The lowest estimates given if you desire your house painted WINCHESTER PAINT WALL PAPER CO II I IOS SOUTH ISIAIN STREET t i t t 10I READ THE NEWSr t s Jf you wantrall the newsof Winchester ead the NeRrs J 0 IfTyou want alltfceiifewsV ot Clark County ead the News + V 1r Lil If you want all the nears ofthe State andONat gtread the News t In short you will find all the news as fin any other daily in your home paper THE WINCHESTER NEWS v rr REAL THE WINCHESTER NEWSINCORPORATED t NEW BAKERY FIRM I We have opened up our Bakery in the Simpson Building 105 1 Main Stand are now ready to serve the public EVERY SATURDAY- we will have on display a nice assortment of Layer and Plain Oakes Yeast and Sale Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on hand fjflTGoods delivered to any part of the city Give us a call WINCHESTER BAKERY NORTH BROS Props 41 01 Mill I FCUITISCukie THE k1ClarkMXIN STREET Winehester w Rsntueky Capital 200000 100000 jTndividedProfita38000s in th CoUectionsmade on all points and your ac counts solicited I t GAS STOVES It iThe f cool nights remind us that its time for Heaters We have a great variety ofGas Heaters guaranteed to give satisfaction Come and see us if you want a Gas or Coal Stove Examine our line before purchasing elsewhere Grant Wilt Co 30 N Main St Winchester H 18851908 THE BEST INSURANCE IS THE CHEAPEST F you are not insured Find our office at once WRIte or phone for rates and terms BEfore insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 GILBERTBOTTO FOR Fresh fi Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce DOTE PONES OPERA ROUSE BLOCK i s Eagle Casting Co INCORPORATED Manufacturers f Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Jc Bronze Castings Jobbers Eye Beams Channels Angles Plates Bars F G CORNELL General Manapr RHESIH AlLURING CO M n c II McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repairs MY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY JOverX is t I THE WINCHESTER NEWS i l1 Indiana Farmhand Writes On Country Lie Gives Many Valuable Suggestions as tor Hours and Methods of Work on the Average Farm 1 Y SHINGTON October 15An1- n lettter to President TfooseVelt about the work wSjch the Country Life Com mission is nrryirig on The Presi dent luis turned thi letter over to the Country Life Commission and the Commission has nsked the farmhand to write some more I have been a farmhand just long enough says the Presidents corre sppndent to learn the cause of so many sons and daughters and well- meaning reliable farmhands leaving the beautiful farm and country and going to the city A lack oforder and system on the farm and too long hours for a day is what is driving the best minds from the farm to the city and shop What can we expect of a hand or the farmers wife and her posterity in the way of intellectual development when they get out of their beds at r 30 in the morning and w rk from that time until 8 or 9 p m And no attention paid to the sanitary conditions of the home and necessary conveniences on the farm for doing the farm work with the least labor tread timeP r This man has CountbLife Commission ome very interesting firsthand information about rural conditions and recommenda tions based on a long experience in farm work and farm life He hast worked for all kinds of farmers hasbalways had his eyes open to detect the causes of then success or failure He has drawn his own conclusions and sets them forth in downright straightforward fashion Educa tion pays in farming he says The farmer who plan out his work and carries it through in a systematic buisn sslike manner just as the city man does will be able to short en the hours of labor So many farmers measure everything on the r farm frm the standpoint of muscle he continues Hand are extreme in some Irdecided several years ago that life Ms too short to work for Peter Tumbledown farmers Useful Suggestions Now Mr Prc identhc writes you can take thsfor what it is worth I have not given you half of my experience The Country Life Commission Das written him that his suggestions are so useful that they hope he will send more Compel the farmer to be a busi ness man he saysGo into the homes of some of the farmers and socalled farmer and ascertain how they live and learn of their meth ods of doing the business in which they are engaged And you will be surprised what a variety you will find Ascertain tat they read and what stress they put on the literature that comes into their homes ifany comes bearing on the business they are engaged in See what per cent study their business CROP REPORT t State Commissioner of Agriculture Septemberft The following is cM trop report of the State for Sejioidier prepared by M C Rankin Commissioner of Agrycdhl siftrhc wepther dur i the entire mouth of September wis hot and very dVy following nue hot and dry iveathcr of Au uM The early com tbat matured before t the di ought is of very food quality but the coni planted J tel ins been v badly damired by Jhu vere drought and tbe zinc prospect for a heavy corn crop has beer i rcd Water is very SCJUCP and in many parts of the State it lias not rained sin e the first part and 17 stock are suffering mj people are haulirg water for nliuo In a small section of the weVom port of the pastdweek Fob cco Has Suffered Tobacco has been IMIT and housed but has suffered SIT i y from the sought n several urs of the StttorHenp is heing cut h1is not very high above the At hard Little or no wlai lil been sown r farmtrs not wanting to sow avid let the grain rot or dry rp and no round hjVi been pie u ied on ac count of douth Tirre is little denu d for feeding cattle our f ccpuafc oT scrarcityof vat i er y r ThelsectTid crop o r potatoes hast c tJ tJ lfit y r E r Educated Farmer Give me the educated farmer as a boss and the educated farmer as a hand When I come in contact with a hand or farmer that studies his business I find him advancing and it is a pleasure to work for such menThe majority cf the farmers are eighthour men that is eight hours in the forenoon acid eight in the afternoon Eight ov ten hours on the farm cannot well be adapted in all cases but it need not be from four teen to sixteen hours It the family arise e ery morning at 5 oclock and the wife and daughters attend to the household duties and the farm hands and sons attend to the chores and go to the field at 7 oclock and work until 11 or 1130 and go to the fieldagain at 1 and keep at it until 6 oclock and go to the house and eat their supper and then do the eve ning chores they have done a farm days work Regular hours for work and regular hours for meals and regular hours for sleep and regu lar hours for rest and recreation with plenty of standard papers and books and a full faith in God and good grub is wanted Sunday Morning The family should rise at 5 oclockon Sunday morning as well as on week days and do the necessary Sunday morning chores and then go to church and show the business man in the city that Sunday on the farm does not consist in changing the stock from one field to another or salting it or unloading a load of hay that was brought in on Saturday evening Coming to the meals at the meal hour makes it easy on the wife so she can arrange her houshold duties in order as can also the husband his farm work Men of Worth Men of worth andstanding in the shop and city tell me that if or der and system were used on the farm they would so hack to the farm If the farmer warts to keen his sons and daughters on the farm he must not lensthen the hours for a days work at both ends Limit the hours ofwork on the farm to twelve or thirteen with pay for overtime and freedom to the hired man on Sun day The Country Life Commission welcomes letters like this because as Professor L H Bailey Chairman of the Commission recently pointed out one of the objects of the investigations of the Commission will be to obtain as fully as possible the opinions of both farmers and of their hands concerning the question of farm labor and the condition of hired help It is likely that when the Country Life Commission reaches Indiana in the lour of the country which it will make early next month it will endeavor to get into personal touch with this letter writer suffered guntly from the drought Stye sowing has bcn greatly hin dered on Y count if div weather Alleras is part iid pastures arc slort Correspondence Pail myAli CTCS have been injured the dro lth No fall plowng lir been done Bourbon count I extreme droiri 1ifs had bad uiect on late matuitd crops NCorn is about ready to nit Earl ull is of good yield and rood quniiiy Late corns light lit no danger of frost in junnjr it No wheat iown Clark county CH niount of the droajjM all lands of gres are fast disappearing Vegetables are dwarfed Name little rye sown but about all of it Iti perisliPil Jessamine county Alir J W Dun can cf this county ranted lome Bcnc county white com wbich he receivtd from this 1 jjrtnient last spring ftBi wliiL lie selected a sampio 01 corn ail tick the first premium nl the Kentucky State Fair Madison countyAll crops are greiiiv d caged by fio brought No stubble land broken for vieat can only sow t fter corp and tobacco MotgoTipry comt o tfheat or rye has been sown aresburnt up by ln Las been materially hurt by rLo Brought j sUll c rtrT1 Ig continued drcnjjit has damaged tc corn con sidcraMy All earlv 1lS vell matured and fairly gortl Pastures arc all dtt oTup Povill rnnty Porn Jis late and greeu Gasses acre rli burnt up by the dry wfiither y loran tcnntv = lIntl corn cut still teen- fftiff t J r t J The Marl of Today Is a Wiser Man Tofe uutyDcy weather has cut pastures short Fl der io burn ing aqt ground has been so dry that it wis almost impossible to plow but since the light rain some are now plowing for wheat asarye Ear ly iom is good but lyTn corn is of poor uuaiVv BRYAN PLEASED With Reception Accorded Him on Stccnd Day of Nebraska Tour Hebron Nebraska Oct lThesecond days tour of Nebraska by William J Bryan was brought to a close at this place Twentytwo speeches were made during the day by the Democratic candidate varying in duration from ten minutes to one hour It was by far the most en thusiastic day for Mr Bryan during the trip With iue conclussion of his work Mr Bryan expressed himself as being greatly pleased with his recep tion in his home state during the day saying that his audiences were larger and more enthusiastic than during any other campaign Three congres sional districts were traversed and In each one the candidate made an appeal for the Democratic nominees He invariably began each speech by Baying that he was more interested in the election of the candidate for congress than the candidate himselful would feel mighty lonesome in Wash ington if both the senate and the house were against me he said but If you will give me the house I am sure we will make the senate feel lonesome At those places where it was possiblo to do so Mr Bryan dis cussed all the issues but in smaller places he devoted his time to explaining and defending the Democratic position on the guaranty of bank deposits At Columbus he told of the opposition to fire Insurance when the subject was first suggested and compared the arguments presented then with those now being used by the opponents of the bank guarantee plan of the Democratic party Coal Fleet Held Up Gallipolis Ohio Oct lHopes of coal men were blasted wnen the sud den rise in the great Kanawha river did not increase the stage in the Ohio but three feet No coal will be shipped but the stranded ferry boats at Straight Ripple Proctorville Ashland and Ironton will resume their runs as will all light draught packets between Gallipolis and Louisville Nine feet of water must develop before coal can be shipped from Pittsburg and the great Kanawha river Nothing Surprising An exchange tries to make a point by mentioning that the shape qj the fish hook has not changed in 2000 years Pooh neither has the shape of the fish r CREELS RESIGNATION Explained on Two Different Thcjr a by Mexicans Mexico City Oct I The Mexican foreign office has confirmed the resig nation of Enrique C Creel as ambas sador to the United States Senor Creel for some time past has heM the double post of governor of the state of Chihuahua and Ambassador at Washington and he now desires to de vote all his attention to the former office His successor to the post at Washington which is the highest in the Mexican diplomatic service has not yet been decided upon It is rumored here that the real reason for Ambassador Creels resignation is that he will enter the Diaz cabinet as minister of government colonization and industry in succession to Oleg arlo Malina whose antiAmerican mininglawhave displeased President Diaz Senor Creel is pronouncedly proAmerican Jerome After Gamblers New York Oct II District Attor ney Jerome took up the gambling sit subpoenaedtomen some of them proprietors of places on the police list of suspected gambling houses to question them regarding conditions in the Tenderloin Nearly all of the 15 handed over to gavehimmade at any time during the day or night It is the common belief along gambllnghousesduring the past summer than for many years said Mr Jerome Some one is being paid for permitting them to run open Folk Attacks Senate Golden City Mo Oct1rGover nor Joseph W Folk In a campaign speech here said that the United States senate is more corrupt than ever was the Missouri legislature or the St Louis municipal assembly In both of which Mr Folk when circuit attorney of St Louis unearthed extensive bribery Governor Folk added Instead of being senators of the people too many of them have been subsidized by special interests If the Democrats of Missouri wish me to continue in the United States senate the work commenced as cIr- cuit attorney of St Louis and as gOY ernor of Missouri I shall do so CourageAldher sweetheart she wouldnt marry him until he had done something brave He started to court the girl next door and she sent word the second night that he was the bravest man she had ever met Senoia EnterpriseGazette fr ofr t rOo t PI Tthe man of today is a wiser being than man of 20 years ago This is particular ly true of his buying He makes uphis mind that he wants a thing and he generally gets it You are interested in clothes for never has pride in personal appearance been so important in tHe world as today but are you getting EXACTLY what you want 1 8 Are your clothes wholly satisfactory to you Do they fit as smoothly as some you ofdistinctionThese things are hard to get in clothesin exactly proper quantity The AVERAGE tailor cannot give them to yrnot be average You probably can hardly afford the other kind But you CAN afford what SteinBloch do for you They gather from all parts of the fasJifionable world the best in fashion and fabrics These various features they assemble and review and the clothes are handed over to you perfect composites of the best fashion of the t day They fit you smoothly and impart to your whole physical being character and styled They are modern clothes for modern men fI j t Allan Murphy I t t I i Quality Appearance Price The Three Great Points in the Purchasing of a Stove e 4 How often do you have an opportunity t6 bit1t t stoves with these three in points their favor 1i 1If the appearance is rightf the quality may npt bup tL to the standard but ifboth are satisfactory the pricey may be prohibitive Here we have a stove ofl IIthein ever way one that will prove satisfactory in every home and stay so and last but not least at a priceLN which every one can afford to pay Fosters Winner Range 3J has all the above points of Superiority and can tie bought at our store for a price easily in reachof alE Y 1 JI Need a Stove Think It Ov- erBenlon r Grubbs flON THE CORNER t tl f f CLEAN COAL 1 All our coal is carefully screened and consequently It is free frothwdirt and dust Carefully screened coal naturally gives the best heat rilAnother important item is that in XT buying our coal you do not pay for j any waste You get absolutely the r di best coal ill the market and at no higher than you pay for in ferior quality Call or telephone it TheWmNMARTm COAt SUPPLYGO ii zA I conC ATK iirity L 7 i t ikSii iSw ii r 7 i 1f j tr rr THE WIHCNESTER NEWS THE WHSSK2STER NEWS An iKtipponMcnt Newspaper v Published by The Winchester News Co i IncorporatedS Street i Daily Except Sunday J f Entered at the Winchester Post Of t fice as mail matter of the J second class V SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered bv carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in iidvance One year 300 SiX months 150 One month 25 i New Phone No 91I f OCTOBER 16 1908 tFRiDAW GIVE THE NEWS Yr3 is publishing i daily Winchcoter not a weekly and ii that attempt we are trying to rv to our readers all the hcws- Weare particularly striving to cover the local field thoroughly Some of our friend wanted us to keep out a 1 local item which appeared in Thurs days issue If any injury would have resulted to Winchester or to 1tsuggesAlion Bat when it was news pure and sitQile we liad so have it in that cohlO i Tii3 News doe notpropose that any of ihj big dallies wlrrii have cor respondents here shall publish local hapjemnjrrf andno wotJot them apt peat in tho so columns We want to csJ1 jirhen they j ead an article that we vX e stming earnestly and honestly I to telMhein just what happened The local columns Mf this paper have no leanings of any kind it is neither Republican nor Democratic Pfetpstant nor Catholic Jew nor Genllie It just test of hing ras they ar 1C we hold any view on any ques importancein mment that be done through the editorial column VV SOME TROUBLES v Some of our friends in a spirit t ofMndness have pointed out some typographical errors in the columns I of The News It has we must confess been a trial to the editor at times to see some carefully prepared article butchered by failure to correct a proof But even old and high class newspapers have their troubles of the same kind The fol loving extract from an editorial in the Lexington Herald expresses our feelings pointedly and in far better style than we could oureelfj After reading the editorials in the Herald yesterday morning we took down the Kentucky Statutes ii9nnc1 some Section under which we would be justified in killing the proof reader Finding no written law under which we might witb r t safety to ourselves act as judge jury and executioner we gave careful consideration to the various in terpretations of uthe unwritten law which has recently attained pmuch vogue feeling confident that under some decision of judg or L verdict of jury we could commit murder with impunity t We bad about worked out a plan by which we felt we might satisfy our passionate desire for blood with somewhat the same calmness those who avail themselves of the unwritten law plan to satiate their vengeance and yet save their necks when by chance we thought it might be fair before killing the proofreaders to look at the C9fy After we had looked it over we de termined to spare him on condition that he inters who had first to interpret it would spare us Serionely speaking a great boon r would be cnferred upon readers of newspapers if some one Qf vivid im t agination and Ingenious mind would f inyent a punishment to fit the crime of having copy so prepared that it lakiifficult for the printers to trans inventrproof reader who would make sense even though he could not discover exactly what was intended t by the one who wrote If any of our readers can invent such a pun ishment we will gladly ve a large reward for the patent r 1t f 1 I f i S ilil ENCOURAGINHWORas FROM THE EDITORS Some of Tile News Contemporaries Say Kid Worc About it At Tlwl ews thanks its friends both at 16nip iul abioai J1rtLe many 1ci iv iof ptais art Mvouragox nLt ii is teceivng efte i f these hattt bet tt leprodaced in the columns of in u CHi a x appcu ed to lay 4 Winchesters cw Daily 1 W Iiavc receivoii a epy of the file ihSae of The WVi ester News tb l1i jv afternoon prtpof published in that Wincllesrh Ie impany iud ngatuiatH tr r fr enidat the hetiur this com an inn the apop iawo ind even moio iiMn the pofi y indicated by thii issue U ii11 qightpy sixxColiimn Pbu good ije of adveiisii r gotten1 up in t wjjii manlike vny with every dit that tltoSe the headof the 3ara bni vpdrieuced and c irli t i Tie vc p styles aI fan hide OndnI eruid yic3 its policy on the Jn f lowing plaiin W fvffor ail thi r akes for progr find for civic jiteo Guess ttDv inniimilyv It soonis that one f the chief M tions ofa Win ob ester daily is work here at home Running for the betterment of our icy jird of our fellow citizens For tla t reason and Mieving that we Call tuumplish the result better by sodoingy The News vill be abso lutely independent in its political pop hi the present national cant pain The News is nonpartisan in ill t meaning We = hall take no lids md will express no views cdiconly in favor 01 either party The saws will at times give UII news w her politicalor otherwise truly without coloring and without feat or invor We shuii cover the lo cal litY Ioroughly and will give a fair report of the daily happenings in thr Sutc andworld And ui iiuV reports we shall en deavor to be careful of thv reputation of air women rind the honor of all men A daily should rot be a scant al Monger We would prefer not to prnt an item If no good can be accomplished hereby rather tItan- besn15a r ij rtypman s name or inure a mattnuding Wufeh f support and sympathize with jinyjiiovemont for the develop ment of tie community We are for the allZthat goes o moral and intellectual oUt civic lifLexingtuu H6rald j irhe New Daily TUs fnvt issue of the Winchester New mare its appearance Monday eve i Like all new vettafes it reqiircd an immense umoua I of work to get the ijachinery in smooth work ing Mr rid the isgteb so far have beet quite erebitablc ti the enterprise of the prm1otersaJd worthy x f a lib eral patronage Wewkome the Iiew Paver to file journalistic field of our city aiid vish it very possible suc cecs Winchester Deiaocral From Masan The in tal number of the Win cbesfer Xivs thc new aaly paper JtMinehol nt Winch st cached our office TiKsday The ppoj is ji blight and ncwsjr sheet of hn pages put into the j ivspaper field ba stock comjyny s rof the Lusiness men of that hustlingfifth city The- paheric to be absolutely independent in plitta I policies giing the news as it sees it strictly ionpartisan in its urbadest meaning devoted to the Best terests of the city of Winchester ands Clark coruty at all times While the iirst issue is a ten page ripii J and is libpally patron ized bv the business mon of the town in they of udvertiseinnts it is their intention to mala it an eight pagt for all time but ather than to unilei take more Utah it can ac corritlithci maifageinent will make itu four or sixpage paper What ev Ithe management of the new papery decide on the general maioup neatness and the volume of news uained in its columns gives it the aiipearanye of being a winner nlti credit to a ton many time Thg e i than Winchester That the Daily Winchesterv testis may grpw inI i ei zstpower1 for the 1 chestcr iSjthe wjsh ofrTiic Jdepejii entThe Mason Lndepu jdeiit Recruiting by Women A new and profitable vocation for women is suggested by the statement of Col Walsh in command of St Georges barracks recruiting station that females are eligible as recruiting agents for the army London Woman Beware of Touchiness Touchiness Is one of the unpardonable Itspnngs from selfTove Donts care i rap what folks sayas- donthalt of m thjik p CCMMUHiCAviOF To tht 1Mitor of the Xows Vrc tied your suetioit in yes terdays paper relative to the car whl Ji the Street Car ompany per mits tl rinain oa the truck in front of ti HI vnFi octo n t We have hea Vt many ofo it citizens comment on this niiniglitly and langeious ob ject iij abut the same view as you didh dt c do hope that oiiv City Fathers wll see that The company is reoiiired to move its ear s lor storjijr place for and unused carS1I ane point other than on Ma VPirott7 CITIZEN CHJLPREMS hELP DEEDED Marry Youngsters Appr for Permis sicn to Work and Mar iages Are = ewer NEW YORK Ort 6 More than twice as many chilrden are seeking employment this fall than sounhtit- last fall and there has been a decided falling off in marriages according to the records compiled by the health department In September last year 1300 children fourteen years old applied for certificates that they might become bread win ners Last month more than 2700 children asked for employ men certificates There is but one construction put on this unprecedented increase by the health board That is that a large number of parents find them selves at the approach of winter either without employment or with their earning capacity reduced so that the childrens help must be en listedIt happens that boys and girls can get work when men and women cannot and of course they can db some work for which adults are not adapted The appar ent falling off of marriage is almost as noticeabllH as is the increase in the number of children asking to be allowed to go to work though maybeperformed marriage ceremonies may not have returned the certifi cates as required by law There is absolutely no doubt yesterdaythe clergymen to send in their rE- ports can account for the drop in the number of weddings Opera House TONIGHTAND SATURDAY MERCEDESPhen min l Lady Baritone only Rival of Emma Cams FERN AND SWISHER Black and White Face Singers Dan cers and Comedians 250 nights with Wine Woman and Song Co Circle Theatre New York EXTRA VAUDEVILLEAND MOTION PICTURES Remainder ofWeeK Price to Vaudeville IOC Wrong End Up In Bavaria few ago boy 13 years old livinqIn village was standing on his head on the sidewalk when the mayor came along Being wrongendup the lad could not pull off his cap and salute and he was thce fore sent jail for week to get his heels down in their proper place I Few Few men succeed in living up to their oplnforis of themselves WEDDINGS The prospective bride looks for token If you were in her place you would At any rate it is customary to hand her little remembrance You might as well satisfy this customary habit It wont cost you much Pick out some little trinket in sterling silver Any of them make highly appreciative little re membrancesWe know just why but many of our patrons are buying silver engagement remembrances Baldwin Bros JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS RACKET STORE I Come to Rawlins Racket Store and buy your winter under wear also your hats caps shirts and gloves keep complete line of hardware tinware and Queens wareCome in and see goods T C RAWLINS team MAC3AN Gas and Gasoline Engines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY Kindly Remember The Postal Telegraph AND CABLE CO receives results of National and American League ChampionshipWill information possible Call us at our office Brown ProctoriaBOTH PHONES L MeButschManager U CABINETS for filing letters or card cases for loose leaf ledger cards are always used in offices where they file away letters and bills and keep copies of those written in the office We have some good ideas in tHe way of letter files cabinets etc WE MAKE ANYTHING IN MILL WORK A71i f t fI p SC0BEE SON CO INCQI P JtArED a weeks a a to a r r a a I a a t Soldiers Make Good Servants They have in England a society for ithe employment of reserve soldiers and some ladles connected with it have taken4he trouble to train the ex soldiers for servants and it is said with remarkable success The men who have been the officers servants are most sought for this purpose and they are said to like the work In the house and although oldmay ot them are quite strong u- JL i t r C i BUYGOUDCLOTHES 1T i WI E do not aim at the extremes low price and highI quality neither you nor we can get both at the same time s Quality is Our Motto Eventually every one will see the economy of real ly good clothes like the MAXWELL kind style colors tailoring everything is permanent will endure We shall be pleased to show you the fall line 15JOto35JO fJJHirsh Wick wire Co CCGQ- Mens Shoes of the Better Kind 350 to 650 I HATSr RUPARDSTEWART CO An Advance for Winchester thave just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machines with which- weare now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and allsortsr oelectric lightingtRemember that electric light is superior to all others IlTis safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED W P ACKETT GENL MGR p S We furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer RUFUS RASTUS JOHNSTON BROWN j xENI1 1 j milMT1E P BUY A HEATER F- ROMHUSH ON THE COiL R ADVERTISING RATES Onehalf cent per word per insertion 5 cents per calendar nxpnth Nothing counted less rtbiirr 20 words No item chargedon books for less than 25 cents r WANTED Man to do slickwork repairing andresItting Apply imemdiately at News office 1012tf FOUNDQnMainstreet ladies gold watch Otter can have same by proving property and paying for this ad L D HASTINGS C 0 Freight office 1012tf FOR SALE OR RENT Three houses Apply MrsJoicy Burgin Collee street v iO14tf1 t r i Capital Iooooo Undivided Profits i6oooo THE Winchester Bank Oi- lWINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR L 4CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS i CLASSIf IED COLUMN WANTED People who have rooms to rent board for sale or who want help to advertis in this colt p LimnR 1013tf- l l o 0 IS jjI j l t WANtED Secondhand Idfash loved brass l settle Cheap Ad J 4 dress X News office 4n y t 1i10126 f WANTED To rent eight room house gas and water Must be centrally located AJdress B thistoffice 123t1 Jc LOST Lcdies gold watch initial B on front j fancy dial Gentlemans picture in back Finder return to this office and reserve reward t 10 l tJ X I yf J iJ f J 1 t f 1- I I wIjx z i 1 I r t w t THE WINCHESTER EWSI t IsodiTBridge Clab Mrs Strother Goff entertained the Bridge Club Thursday evening at her home on Maple street An elegant lunch was ser ved after the games had been finished A total is kept of the games won and at the last toothe lady having won greatest number of games PERSONALS Miss Nancy Stevenson and Mr Fleming Quisenberryleave Satur day for a visit to Miss Kate Campbell of Nicholasville Dr Jas H Margin has returned home from Paris where he has been attending the State Board of Pharmacy Mr James H Martin was in Frankfort Wednesday and called on Governor Willson Dr George Brooks and Mr Wal ter Nunnelly will give acoon hunt Friday night There will be about twenty couples Lunch will be served at twelve Miss Alice Nurmellly has gone from Mayfield to Paducah She will return to Mayfield for a visit before returning home MrsW H Atwood of Clar s fturg W Va is visiting Mrs J W Wheeler Col Tom Stuart has returned from Lexington and Louisville where he has been on business Mrs T C Hardesty of Coving ton is visiting her mother Mrs W P Azbill on Maple street Mr B Frank Perry of Mt Sterling was a visitor here Thursday night Mrs George Hart was in Lexing ton Friday the guest of her sister Mrs James Griggs Mrs Will Massie entertained the Fortytwo Club Thursday after noon in a most charming manner After the games wereover a most Aegant lunch was served Miss SartiePiitchard of Hunting ton W Va is visiting hep sister Mrs Davis Mr Brent Arnold qr arrived Thursday from Cannel City and reports business very good Mr Jack Hutsell who makes his headquarters in Winchester is in town We claim him as one of our boys and feel that he has some claim on us Miss Sara Buckner leaves today for Pittsburg Penn to be the charming guest ofMrs Harry Oli verMiss Anna Goff of Lexington was in town Friday Mrs Leland Haggar d was in Lex ington Wednesday on business Mrs H B Browning returned Friday morning from Mt Sterling whore she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Ledford The protracted meeting at Anti och closed Thursday night and school closed Friday so that every one might attend the baptizing Misses Mary and Richie Lane and fNannie Parrish are in Lexington Mrs C E Lyddane entertained the Forty two Club Friday atfer noonMr Charlie Pinnell and Miss Het tye Talbott are visiting relatives in Bourbon county Thursday eve ning they attended the wedding of Mr Hiram Scroggan Jedmon and Miss Mary Hannah Bryan which was solemnized at the Christian church at North Middletown After the ceremony the happy couple came here in an automobile where they took the train for Washington and other points in the EastMrs J W Rupard is ill Mrs Shields Bush and childrenI were in Lexington James Crawford of Lebanon has been here attending the Presbyter SynodProf A Leonard Principal of Lees Institute in Jackson whichis controlled by the Presbyterian Syn od has been her attending the Synod meeting and has this to say about Jackson and the College HThe school is located in Jackson Ky which is now a quiet and orderly town outside impresscions to the contrary notwithtsanding The Institute opened this fall with an increased attendance over previous years and the peqple of Jackson are giving me cordial support The Institutewas named for Mrs Lees of Maysville who gave 20000 en dowmentRev Geo Shepherds little daughter is quite ill with diphthe 1 riaMr and Mrs C C Jackson visited the formers parents at Stanton Thursday and attended the dedication of the College at that place Mrs Henry Phillips was in Mt Sterling Thursday Mrs Burgher of Clay City is visiting her sister Mrs Rose ENCOURAGING REPORTS Received by Hltehcock From Mary land and Indiana New York Oct 16The publica tion of the names of the contributors to the Democratic campaign fund created no perceptible commotion at Re ptttfttcan headquarters Chairman Hi4eheo fk mtM fctet for tipast two days he had been very much interested in the finances of his own committee so that he had little time to devote to the financial affairs of any other committee Mr HIchcock said he had received encouraging reports from Maryland through William P Jackson member of the national committee from Maryland Former Governor W T Durbin was at Republican headquarters and at the request of Chairman Hitchcock he made a brief statement as to condi tions in Indiana He said Indiana vll give the national Republican ticket a majority of from 85000 to 40000 The state ticket will be elect ed by not less than 15000 Indiana Js normally Republican by 40000 You may depend upon it that the reports that there is any danger of the state being other than Republican In this election have no shadow of truth Knights Tcmplars Adjourn Cincinnati OM Oct 16 The Knights Templars ended their con clave with a business session at the Scottish Rite cathedral Marion 0 was chosen as the place for the next state conclave to take place on the second Wednesday of October 1909 Officers elected are as follows Grand commander Edwin R Kean Sandus ky deputy grand commander Charles F Henry Marietta grand generalis simo J Russell Johnson Dayton grand captain general Charles H Eichorn FremoMt grand senior war den Henry Schaefer Toledo grand junior warden Charles B Logan Cin cinnati grand treasurer Lafayette Little Toledo grand recorder Nelson Bell Dayton grand standard bearer B M Voorhees Columbus grand swordbearer Nelson Williams Hamilton Banker Ends His Life Bradford ArkC Oct 16 Following the closing of the Bradford State bank and the issuance ofa warrant for the arrest of the cashier HJDrennan who was alleged to be 10 000 snort in his accounts Drennans dead body was found at his home The shotgun with which the Dan evi dently ended his life was found near by Cut Glass at Cut Prices f j X purchased a selee tt tibn at a bankrupt Jr sale while in Newf Yorkff Awil Haggard I f LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB J Will Permit Bookmaking In Defiance of Racing Commission J Cincinnati OOet 16 Bookmaking win be permitted in defianceof the orders or the Kentucky racing commission at the fall meeting of the La commencesIIlIond held here It is expected r that this decision will bring on a clash with the state racing commission which has repeatedly de sysItemcation of the jockey club for permis sion to allow bookmaking at Latonla If the matter is taken to the courts not only the control of racing in Ken tucky but the future of the racing l game In that state will be at stake The racing commission is expected to apply for an injunction to restrain the LatonIa directors from permitting bookmaking and the Latonia officials will probably meet the attack by fighting in the courts the validity and constitutionality of the law creating the racing commission The directors stated that the parimutuel machines were tried at Latonia at the spring meeting and the club lost considerable money Columbus Man Is Supreme Chief Washington Oct 16Yonkers N Y the place and the second Tuesday in October 1909 the time were see lected for the next annual convention of the supreme castle Knights of the Golden Eagle Some of the new offi cers elected are Supreme chief Dr Charles D Krim Columbus 0 supreme vice chief Dr E F Lake Den ver Colo supreme high priest Rev Richard Woods Huntington W Va The convention changed the date of the annual memorial day from the third Sunday in January to the third Sunday in May and voted to place a tombstone on the grave of its founder John E Burbage in Baltimore and later erect a handsome monu ment to him- BRYAN DONATES TO REPUBLICAN FUND Contribution Conditioned on Car rying Old Banners Nebraska City Neb Oct 16rw- ill give five dollars to the Republican campaign committee of this city if the Republicans will carry in their parade this year the banners which they boastingly carried eight years agoWilliam J Bryan made tliis offer during the course of his speech in this city in which he called attention to the great difference between his reception now and that accorded him eight years ago Then he received Intimations of personal violence in case he should speak against the trusts the local starch factory having been taken over by the alleged trust against which legal proceedings were pending Then he warned the citi zens of this city that they had no assurance of retaining the industry Since that time the factory has been movedImantling the old buildings Insulting banners were carried in a Republican BryanIIn handing over the money Mr Bryan said Your starch wqrks ban ners are discarded now as the full dinner pail has been discarded in the labor centers of the east The more experience the people have with the trusts the more ready they are to say with the Democrats that a private monopoly Is indefensible and intoler able Nebraska Tour Ends Plattsmouth Neb Oct 16 Wil liam Jennings Bryan closed his three days speaking tourof his home state with a large meeting in this city feeling that Nebraska can be safely counted in the Democratic column this year by a larger majority than he received in 1896 lhe speech making began early in the morn Ing and continued throughout the day More than 20 stops were made and at each place Mr Bryan talked longer than he had been scheduled for I know that I should leave here now he said at Tecumseh but these people have been so good to me in the past that I will have to remain with them a little longer His addresses were more aggressive than they have been during the week Christian Scientists to Have Daily Boston Oct 16The Christian Science Sentinel today announces the establishment by the Christian Science Publishing society of a new daily paper tojie known as the Christian Science Monitor The announcement in part is as follows The curt nt of human thought is setting in Ae direction of that which alone is realthe good that men do not the ejril It will be the mission of the Monitor to publish the real news of the world in a clean wholesome man sensationalIor e the aim of the editors will be to issue a whIch will be welcomed in and ref ne idealsii j f EIGHT tOUR DAY Lithout Reduction In Pay Demanded s by Anthracite Miners Scranton Pa Oct 16 The con vention of the anthracite miners union closed after making public the scale agreed to by tne scale commit tee and approved by the delegates The demands Include The complete recognition of the United Mine Workers of America as a party to negotiate a wage contract and that the United Mine Workers of America sHall be recognized in our right to provide any method we adopt for the collection of ievenues- for the organization that we demand an eighthour day with no reduction o wages that all coalshall be mined and paid for by ton of 2000 pounds that we demand a definite and more uniform scale of wages and prices fo all classes of labor at all collieries in the anthracite region and that all employes paid 150 or less per day shall receive a 10 per cent adv nce and all employes paid more than 15J and less than 2 per day shall receive a 5 per cent advan6r Students Poisoned Clinton Mass Oct 16 About 140 of the students and teachers of the South Lancaster academy at South Lancaster are suffering from ptomaine poisoning believed to have resulted rem eating some canned corn which was used tin the preparation of soup served in the academy dormitory It Is believed that none of the persons is in a dangerous condition Turkey Declines Responsibility Constantinople Oct 16Disturbed- by the news of Bulgarias military activity the porte has instructed the Turkish representatives abroad to call this matter to attention pf the pow ers and to state also that Turkey will decline to take responsibility should Bulgarias perseverance in her pres ent attitude result in hostilities SEVEN MEN KILLED And Twentythree Injured by Prema ture Blast In Quarry Fort Collins Colo Oct 16Seven men are reported killed and 23 others injured some fatally as tne result of a premature explosion at the Ingle side lime quarry 18 miles from here Foreman James McPherson is report ed fatally injured All the injured were removed to the hospital at Fort Collins in a special train The blast went off in the face of 40 men Many of them were hurled a distance of 200 feet and were picked up dead or maime The explosion was heard for miles in every direc tion Ranchers and their wives for miles around rushed to the scene and gave succor to the injured Where Money Comes From New orkK Oct 16TheDemoc- ratic national committee through Treasurer Herman Bidder gave out an extended statement of the contri butions to the Democratic national campaign fund up to and including Oct 12 showing sums of and over 100 The Ohio names appearing in Ute list follow Judge John M Van Meter 100 WS Thomas 100 M E Ingalls 1000 George W Harris 2000 D P Torpy 100 Hon M R Denver 100 James Kilbourne 200 J M Slater 100 J McMahon 200 Berth In Marine Corps Delaware 0 Oct 16F T Evans Jr of this city has received the ap pointment from Congressman Cole for a second lieutenancy in the ma rine corps The examination is to be held at Washington the last of the month Shoots Wife During DisputeI Toledo 0 Oct 16 Following a dispute over a division of their prop erty Felix Sottek perhaps fatally shot his wife Sottek chased her into the back yard where he fired three bul lets into her THE MARKEIS East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tle 5 506 25 shipping steers 5 00 50 butcher cnttle5 006 00 heifers 3 504 75 cows 2 504 25 bulls 2 75 4 00 milkers and springers 35 00 60 00 elvesBst 8 J259 00 Sheep and La s d sheep 3 75415 wethers 154 40 ewes 33 504 00 lambs 6 006 10 yearlings 4 254 50 HogsHeavies 6 66 g 6 05 mediums 6 00 Yorkers 525580 pigs U 75 roughs 4 905 0 stags 4 004 50 Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 55 75 00 primes 55 405 70 tidy butchers 4 404 90 heifers 52 504 75 cows bulls and stags 2004 00 fresh cows J25 0055 00 Calves Veal 56 00S 75 Sheep and Lambs PrlmeNwethers 54 00 10 good mixed 53 lambs J3 506 30 Hogs Heavies 56 006 10 53 506 60 Hogs Heavy hogs 55 90 6 00 mediums 55 505 90 heavy York ers 55 405 60 light Yorkers 55 00 5 10 pigs 54 75 Chicago Cattle Steers 54 407 75 cows U 255 25 heifera 53 004 25 bulls 2 50 4 50 stockers and feeders 52 604 65 Calves3508 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 54 254 85 lambs I756 00 yearlings 53 855 00 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 56 006 15 butchers 56 006f15 light mixed 55 40 5 oo choice light 55 605 80 packing 55 355 85 pigs 53 505 15 Wheat No 2 red 51 011 02x CornNo2 75c OatsNo 3 4649 fc Cleveland Cv Cattle Prime steers 2505 75 choice steers 55 255 50 heifers 53 504 25 cows 52 253 25 bulls 52 25350 milkers and springers 56 0060 00 Calves8 50 down Sheep and Lambs fixed sheep 36614 00 wethers 54 004 25 ewes 3504 00 lambs 54 005 85 HogsMixed 45 49 5 50 mediums and heavies 600 York ers 5 255 35 pigs 54 754 90stags 54 004 50 roughs 54 755 00 Cincinnati OWI1eat No 2 red 51 05 CornNC2 mixed 7879c OatsNo2 ByeN92 81 S2c Lard9 609 70 Bulk Meats 510 75 Baconr511 50 Hop 5375 5 75 Cattle 52 005 OOSheepl 2S03 75 Lambs 53 75Q5 50 Toledo OWheat 1192 orp 77c oats 49c rye 78c cloverseedl 4 75 7iJJ7u v t i StihI AND HE LOOKED THIS WAY 0 and discovered firstclass Jeweler Store ItAND HE LOOKED THAT WAYand found that the stock presented most excellent lines Wand Cwas thoroughly np to date AND WHEN HE SAWthe prices that he could buy the e rich elegant goods heI f vvas convinced that t THERE WAS NO MANwho could truthfully proclaim a better display ICSii BOW EN Jeweler and Optician ARTIS TURNBULL ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL r DAILY F OF r NEW MODELS ESF 1 rSUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS t Our Strictly Tailored Models in a Marked Degree that Indefinite Sompthirig Called Style t Autumns Newest Textures IN HIGH GRADE SILKS AND DRESS GOODS t 1 We Invite You to Inspect the Seasons Newest Ideas Weaves and Textures in Our Varied andf Extensive Stock I WHEREVERwell dressed men in sport or social affairs or in business youll findthat these chothes from I t I Hart Schaim er Q Marx c make an impression of distinction and elegance for the wearer that wayLookesj you wont find better dressed better fitted better tailored than they look anywhere in the world and wellshow you clothes that will look as well as that on you Hart Schaffner Marx make clothes right all wool fabrics per fectly handledand wellsell them right Fancy Suits Blue Suits Black Suits I Fine Over coats many fabrics Suits 15 to 30 Overcoats 10 to 25OJSPECIAL AGENT FOR it Crossett Shoes and Young Bros and Stetson H tsf i Vic Bloomfield FINE PAINTNIG A r d painting O i canvas 4ilO feetl a5tten presented to fcol T G Stunt Hy 1iili awhim bietltreiiof- the j Tvithirn Order IV repreJ3eiit thfc Anieau flpand perchedon ageTh2realas icllpws trojeLiod by his adidring friends in Xo rill orn Kentucky tJe Past Grund Chtncclor T G Stuart The man who Vncct cded who has bioken all rererd fcJTbV gained the love of all bv Ids trucPythianism Onward and Up rid Tu ilctre ado ns tlcsitting rooms at the LIL Club A 2 jt S r d r to the Stayer JAdvICE people In the worM sense No guest Is welcome forever If you are In tTaa habit of staying until every one begiuf getting r quit it The sooner you go the niori you will be urged to come again = Atchison Globe tTruthnatures but not so error and for a- very simple reason Truth requires ito recognize oursplres as limited feet a error flatters us with the belief that If In one or another we are fubjtct to noboilnds at all Goethe l 91 i7 i i t w t- I r F t 4 c r s r t jlijF THE WINCHESTER NEWS I f i 3S3M H r v t f he 2Youngerj cB ROBERT W CHAMBERS t Author of The Fighting Chance Etc g Copyright 1907 by Robert W hamberll IwH H H wH H H H H They exchanged formalitiesry ana brief on Selwyns part gracefully ur bane on Fanes r Sarfdon Craig and Billy Fleetwood came wandering up and Joined them One or two other men drifting by ads hered to the groupt Selwyn involved in small talk glanc ed sideways at the great clock and I gathered himself together for departure Fleetwood was saying to Craig Cer taln1 it was a stiff gameBradley myself Gerald Enroll Mrs Delmour Catnes and the Ruthvens Wfire you blU asked Craig inter ested No about even Gerald got It good and plenty though The Ruthvens were ahead as usual Selwyn apparently hearing nothing quietly rose and stepped out of the circle paused to set fire to a cigarette and then strolled off toward the vis itors room where Gerald was now due He found young Erroll just entering the room and greeted him with nervouscordlaUtyiIf you cant stay and dine with me he said I wont put you downi You know of course 1 can you once In a year so well stay here and chat a bllIRight you are said young Erroll flinging off Iris very new and very fashionable overcoata wonderfully handsome boy with all the attraction that a quick warm Impulsive manner Fcarries And I say Selwyn It was awfully decent of you to Bosh Friends are for that sort of thing Gerald Sit here He looked at the young man hesitatingly but Gerald calmly took the matter out of his jurisdiction by nodding his Order to the club attendant Lord but Im tired he said sink lug back Into a big armchair T was up till daylight and then J had to be In the pflicq by 9 and tonight Billy Fleetwood Is givingoh something or other By the way the market isnt doing a thing to the shorts Youre not in are yon Selwyn No not that way I hope rou are not either are you Gerald Oh its all right replied the young fellow confidently and raising his glass he nodded at Selwyn with a smile You were mighty nice to me any how he said setting his glass aside and lighting a cigar You see I went to a dance and after awhile some of us cleared out and Jack Ruthven of fered us trouble so half a dozen of us went there I had the worst cards a man ever drew to a kicker That was all about it Do you mind saying whether you banked my check and drew against It asked Selwyn Why no I just indorsed it over Toto whom If I may venture Certainly he said with a laugh To Mrs Jack Then In a flash for You were mighty nice to me anyhow he said ythe first time the boy realized what he ra was saying and stopped aghast scarlet to hisjhair Selwyas face had little color remain ing in it but he said very kindly Its all right Gerald Dont worry Im a beast broke out the boy I i i vbeg your pardon a thousandtimesI Granted old chap But Gerald may I say one thing or perhaps two Go ahead Give it to me good and plenty Its only this Couldnt you and I see one another a little oftener Dont t be afraid of me Im no wet blanket f Im not so very aged either I know something of the world I understand something of men Im pretty good company Gerald What do you say Isay sure criedthe boy warmly Its a go then And one thing more Couldnt you manage to come up to the house a little oftener Every body misses you of course I think your sister is a trifle sensitive I will saId Gerald blushingc Somehow Ive had such a lot on hand all day at the office and something on every evening I know perfectly well Ive neglected Eilyand every i body But the first moment I can find hfree Selwynfhe said theres something about my own affairs that I thought you might advise me on Gerald proud enchanted stood very straight The older man continued gravelyIve a little capital to invest not very much Supposeand this I need 1 is in confidence between us isuppose I suggested to Mr Neer gaud fOV cried young Erroll delighted that Is fine Neergard would be on ougb Why weve got that Yalley die tractbishape now and there are r wvA pf schemes in the airscores of rS te t if iHi rt mayImeananything he ended excitedly Then you think it would be all rightin case Neergard likes the Idea Gerald was enthusiastic After awhile they shook hands it being time to sep SelwynIcannel coal How to be friends with this boy mentorIto seek it how to influence appearing him without alarming him No there was no great barm in him yet only the impulse of inconsiderate youth only an enthusiastic capacity for pleas lure thing was imperative the boy must cut out his card playing for stakes at once and there was a way to accomplish that by impressing Ger aId with the idea that to do anything behind Neergards back which he would not care to tell him about was a sort of treachery Chapter prospect perplexed depressed Selwyn ImRBE was sullenly aware in a town where divorced must ever whenlis always some thoughtless hostess and sometimes a mischievous one and the chances were that he and Mrs Jack Ruthren would collide either through the forgetfulness or malice of somebody or through sheer hazard af some large affair where destiny ano fate work busily together in criminal copartnership mistakeierly matron celebrated for managing to do the wrong thing but who had winIwas not to be assailed Dear Captain Selwyn she wheez ed over the telephone Im short one man and we dine at S and its that now Could you help me Its the rich and yellow this time but you wont mind will you He explained to Mrs T West Min ster his absurd delight at being asked Then he set for a cab and sauntered into the dining room where he was re ceived with undisguised hostility Shes been civil to me he said jeunesse oblige you know and thats why There11 be a lot of debutantes there What do you want to go for you cradle robber protested Austin A lot of water bibbing olive eating talcum powdered debutantes Eileen straightened up stiffly and Selwyns teasing smile and his offered hand in adieu completed her indignation Oh goodby No I wont shake hands Theres your cab now I wish youd take Austin too Nina and 1 are tired of dining with the prematurely aged Indeed we are said Mrs Gerard gIeneader the anaesthetic age Selwyn departed laughing but he yawned in his cab all the way to Fit tythird street where he entered in the wake of the usual laggards and surrendering hat and coat in the cloakroom picked up the small slim envel ope bearing his name The card within disclosed the infor mation that he was to take in Mrs Somebodyorother He made bis way through a great many people found his hostess backed off stood on one leg for a moment like a reflective wa terfowl then found Mrs Somebody orother and was absently good to her through a great deal of noise and some Spanish music which seemed to squirt through a thicket of palms and bespat ter everybody Wonderful music observed his dinner partner with singular original ity so liKe Carmen Is It he replied and took her away at a nod from his hostess whose daughter Dorothy leaned forward from her partners arm at the same mo ment and whispered I must speak to you mamma You cant put Captain Selwyn there because But her mother was deaf and smil- Ingly sensitive about it so she merely guessed what reply her child expected Its all settled dear Captain Selwyr arrived a moment ago And she closed the file It was already too late anyhow and presently turning to see who was seat ed on his left Selwyn found himsel gazing Into the calm flushed face ol Ali e Ruthven It was their third en counter fThey a dazed nod of rec ognition a meaningless murmur anr turned again apparently undisturbed to their respective dinner parties A great many curious eyes Hngerin on them shifted elsewhere In reluctant disappointment As for the hostess she had for ont instant come as near to passing beav Sr onward as she could without doing It when she discovered the situation Then she Accepted It with true humor She could afford to But her daugh ters Sheila and Dorothy suffered acutely being of this years output and martyrs to responsibility Meanwhile Selwyn grimly aware of an accident somewhere and perfectly conscious of the feelings which must waswonderIngthat might resemble a situation Instead of two QS three dozen small tables scattered among the palms of the winter garden their hostess had preferred to construct u great oval board around the aquarium Tile ur Selwyn round himselj gazing into the face of Altte Ruthven rangement made it a little easier for Selwyn and Mrs Ruthven He talked to his dinner partner until she began to respond in monosyllables which closed each subject that he opened and wearied him as much as he was bor ing her But Bradley Harmon the man on her right evidently had bet ter fortune and presently Selwyn found himself with nobody to talk to which came as near to embarrassing him as anything could and which so enraged his hostess that she struck his partners name from her lists forever People were already glancing at him askance in sly amusement or cold curi osityThen he did a thing which endeared him to Mrs T West Minster and to her two disconsolate children Mrs Ruthven he said very nat urally and pleasantly think perhaps we had better talk for a moment or two if you dont mind My dinner partner is quite impossible you see and I happen to be here as a filler in commanded to the presence only a minutes I ago Its a pardonable fcwI youIyoung Innis who had taken her in had become confidential with Mrs Fane As for Selwyns partner she probably divined his conversational designs on her but she merely turned her bare shoulder a trifle more unmistakably and continued her gossip with Bradley Harmon Alixe broke a tiny morsel from her bread sensible of the tension I Suppose she said as though reciting to some new acquaintance an amusing bit of gossip that we are destined to this sort of thing occa rionally and had better get used to it I suppose so Please she added after ra aid me a Have I will if littleIed smiling It need not be very civil you know as long as nobody hears you To school his features for thp decep tion of others to school his voice and manner and at the same time look smilingly into the grave of his youth and hope called for the sort of self command foreign to his character Glancing at him under her smooth fitted mask of amiability she slowly grew afraid of the situation but not of her ability to sustain her own part They exchanged a few meaningless phrases then she resolutely took young Innis away from Rosamund Fane leaving Selwyn to count the bubbles In his wineglass j But in a few moments whether by accident or deliberate design Rosa mund Interfered again and Mrs Ituth yen was confronted with the choice of a squabble for possession of young In nis of conspicuous silence or of re suming once more with Selwyn and she chose the last resort You are living in town1 she asked pleasantly j1Oflast night who said you had entered the firm of Neergard S Co I have Who was the man You can never guess Captain Sel wyn I dont want to Who was he- Please dont terminate so abruptly the few subjects we have in reserve We may be obliged to talk to each oth er for a number of minutes if Rosa mund doesnt let us alone The man was Boots Lansing Boots Here Arrived from Manila Sunday As usual he introduced you as the sub ject and told mHh dozens of things about you I suppose he began inquir ing for you before he crossed the troppers gangplank and somebody sent him to Neergard Co Havent you seenhim No he said staring at the brit liant fish which glided along the crys tal tank goggling their eyes at the lights You you are living with the Ge rards I believe she said carelessly For awhile Oh Boots says that he is expect- Ing to take an apartment with somewhere youj What Has Boots resigned So he says He told me that you HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHY Remember that li Xmnf1presents rush during the holidays t l t r t Ir N had resigned f didnot understand Philip Selwyn that I imagined you were here on leave until I heard about Neergard Co Do you suppose I could have remained in the service he demanded His voice was dry and almost accent lessWhy not she returned paling You may answer that question more pleasantly than I can She usually avoided champagne but she had to do something for herself now As for him he took what was offered without noticing what he took and grew whiter and whiter But a fixed ow gradually appeared and re- maIned on her cheeks Courage impatience a sudden anger at the forced ondltions steadied her nerves Will you please prove equal to the situation 1 she said under her breath but with a charming smile Do you know you are scowling These people here are ready to laugh and Id much prefer that they tear us to rags on sus picion of our overfriendliness Who is that fool woman who is monopolizing your partner Rosamund Fane Shes doing it on purpose You must try to smile now thenMy Is stiff with grinning he said but Ill do what I can for you Please include yourself too Oh I can stand their opinions he said I only meet the yellow sort occasionally I dont herd with them- I do thank you How do you like them What Is your opinion of the yellow set Here they sit all about outhe Phoenix Mottlys Mrs DelmourCarnes yonder the Draymqres the Orchils the Ven denning lady the Lawns of West lawnlie paused then deliberately and the Jack Ruthvens I forgot Allxethat you are glow perfectly equipped to carry aloft the golden hod on she said drawing a deep IGo She forced a smile and drew toward her The straw tint slopped over and frothed on the white skin of her arm Well she breathed this ghastly dinner is nearly ended He nodded pleasantly And Phil a bit tremulous WhatWas all my fault I mean in the beginning Ive wanted to ask you thatto know your view of it Was Iti itinot know how That Is the wretched explanation of it ally And we could never have learned Thats the rest of the answer But the fault is not there I knowbetter to bear the ills we have Yes more respectable to bear them Let us drop this In decencys name Alixe- After a silence she began One more thing I must kuow it and I am going to ask you if I may Shall I laughedias b a delightful bit of news to him Do you regard me as sufficiently important to dislike me r I dp notdislike you Is it stronger than dislike Phil i Yes ContemptNo What is it It is thatI have not yetbecome reconciled To my folly To mine She strove to laugh lightly and fall Ing raised her glass to her lips again Now you know he said pitching his tones still lower I am glad after all that We have had this plain understanding I have never felt unkindly toward you I cant What you did I might have prevented had I known enough but I cannot help it now nor can you If you would If I would she repeated gayly for the people opposite were staring We are done for he said nodding carelessly to a servant to refill his glass and I abide by conditions because I chose to not he added contemptuously because a complacent law has tethered you totQ the thing that has crawled up on your knees to have its ears rubbed The level Insult to her husband stun theIstemHofHe began to toss bread crumbs to the scarlet fish laughing to himself in an ugly way Why Alixe only look at him Look at his gold wristlets lis ten to his simper his lisp Little girl To be continued of J r k EXTRA f r EXTRA Official SealPE- RFECTOS f Sole Regularly at 3 for 25c Saturday and Sunday Special 5Ealht t Phillips Drug Store rmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrmrm I Ik Corner Shoe Store I Iisfilled with the newest Iclassiest shoe effects of the season They will gladden your feet and fin ish your costume PRICES REASONABLE 1 MASSI The Shoe Man INrY I W IfV NN reJ iriAl3VYefWN 6 MW3 iwlb1N I ZJI r r ROYAL BABY PLATE I I THE RIM DOES IT No tray No pusherI not ersI No I EATITheWinnFurnllur CoI- s I SDJi Peoples State Bank x CAPITAL OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M HODGKIN Cashier t PresidentrConkwright Transfer and Ice Go Crating Handling and Hauling Furniture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main jreetBoth Phones CALL ON NESONJhe transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94 Night Phone 339 Foc ls and Wisp Men Fools will ask want tame it is but the wjiseknov their timeFromthe Spanish h t A if s Nousing fing Will up spilling food I Always the samesome times better II Brown Proctoria Hotel Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for the money e1 Patron of Public Man The public man needs but one patron namely the lucky moment r jBulwer c I jrt bra rrp t t 1J A r o j jL g tJitirt w f leri W jl =t l THE WINCHESTER MEWL i0 Winchester Lumber Be Mfg Company tvf 1MOO FOFR ATED h SOME GREAT HISTORICAL FIRES IN THE FORESTS OF AMERICA Few People Realize the Enormous Damage THat is In the Present and to the Future by Destruction o- fITrees in this Country The terrible work of the flames Tffticli have burned over and destroyed hundreds of thousands of acres of timber and property to the value of millions in tinf Lake States recalls to memory other great forest fires which have attained historic importance Earliest Fire One of the earliest of these was the great Miramichi fire of 1825 It began its greatest destruction about one oclock in the afternoon of Octo ber 7 of that year at a place about 60 miles above the town of Newcastle on the Miramichj River in New Brunswick Before ten oJclock at night it was 20 miles below New1 castle In nine hours it had destroy ed a belt of forest 30 miles long and 2 miles wide Everything Killed Over more than two and onehalf million acres almost every living thing was killed Even the fish were afterwards found dead in heaps on the river banks Five hundred and I buildings were burned and a number of towns including Newcastle Chatham and Douglastown andIa thou and head cf stock The loss from the Miramichi fire is estimated at 300000 not including the value of the timber Majority of Fires In the majortiy of such forest fires as this the destruction of the tim ber is a more serious loss by far than that the cattle and buildings for carries with the impoverish ment ofa whole region for tens or even hundreds of years afterwards The loss of the stumpage value of the timber at ihe time of the fire is but a small part of the damage that would have been earned in lum thebproduce that would have been pur chased to supply the lumber camps tind the taxes that would have been j to roads and other public improvements furnish a much truer measure of how much sooner or lat er it costs a region when its forests are destroyed by fire OPERA HOUSE tics Beuah Pjrci Cto of the first thhigti hat one lie vs a nt Miss IiHiitth Poynter uho comes the Y Opera Pi uc fo her anna xt i wgement CM Oflicr 20 is hit rn4ble head of goVcii itir It iw ruarally golden ilie who ot pqfpl ally in iod ny view thud vl the most sr trelingir spection fr a1 Violas lHJrnfy f a yareGj s vr handi work Like mast sense rtn Miss JToyntor sees no ex IIr tamper ir herbwork was iot culled ir der to have v hhg but her nat p11 air she be 1ievc tial if a role co11 require it it is vjvjf and nio ra itn yet to have r uoujsc lo ii wig flay ftke them s lif i v she gait an interviewer iin suet iiie variety that Ji Lan can iiiPFe from a brunnottc icautyw o nier tresses toa bald iaded ol llwilin a few se iuis 1C he cliosj t fo vo so r The a reme ab i uiiite of my iyr end iv llghts 1r i r stare give nje t1sine ruble tiurJilc in careing if ii flu copt 1U c l fnt since is- is a source of pleasure lo friends airid more or less oft rroressional asiset I tin mOa t1y JrtIl of it and taVc the i j iy beatt civc T catof it l BUSY BUILDEKS t often run short of lumber supplies because they fail to seleot a thorough ly reliable dealer or one who does not carry large enough stock By making your contracts for any kind of lumber with the Winchester Lumber Mfg Co efficient service is guaranteed We deal in the best grades of hard and soft woods lath shingles hard wood floor ing etc thoroughly seasoned Done the ninety dtstr iPeshtilo Fire The Peshtigo fire of October 1871 was still more severe than the Mi ramichi It covered an area of mOl than 2000 square miles in Wisconsin and involved a loss in timber and other property of many millions of dollars Between 1200 and 1500 persons perished including nearly half of the population of Peshtigo at that time a tqwn of 2000 inhab itantsOther fires of about the same time were most destructive in Michigan A strip about 40 miles wide and 180 miles long extending across the cen tral part of the State from Lake Michigan to Lake Huron was devastated The estimated loss in timber was about 4000000000 feet board measure and in money over 10 000000 Several hundred persons perished 1800 Square Miles In the early part of September 1881 great fires covered more than 1800 square miles in various parts of Michigan The estimated loss in property in addition to many hun dred thousand acres of valuable timber was more than 2300000 Over 5000 persons were made des titute and the number of lives lost is variously estimated at from 150 lo 500 The mot destructive fire of more recent rears wits that which stared neir nckleyMinnesota September 1 1894 yiiie the area burned over was Jess than in some other great fires the loss of life and property was very heavy Hinckley and six oilier towns were destroyed about 500 lives were lost more than 2000 persons were left destitute and the estimated loss in property of various kinds was 25000000 Except for the hcioic ccnduct of locomotive en gincois and other railroad men the loss of Me Avouli have been much greater This fire was all the more deplor able because it was wholly unnec essary For many days before the highwind came and drove it into uncontrollable fury it was burning slowly close to the town of Hinckley and could have been put out RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONIST Li to Be Released from Fortress Un der Heavy Bail Bonds Bt Petersburg Oct VAfter hav ing been confined in the fortress of St Peter and Paul for 10 months Nicholas Tschalkovsky a member of the Russian revolutionist oranization is to be released by order of the Rus elan government But M Tschalkov sky will be obliged to furnish 25000 ball pending his trIAl the date for which has notyet been fixed c As the decision of the government becomes effective at once Tschaikov skys daughter Is now making an en deavor tp raise the sum but as cash ball la required and the amount is large it may Tim Several days before Tschaikovsky Vits the fortress MotH TrlaISeglns New York pet 11The first day of thetrial of Charles W Morse former vice president and director of the National Bank of North America and Alfred H Curtis former president of the institution both of whom are un der federal indictment for violation of the banking laws in the banks management closed with the work of selecting a jury practically completed Although but 12 men will be sworn in counsel for each side accepted 18 tentative jurors at the session of the United States circuit court in which the trial was begun before Judge Hough Sifting from among these the 12 men who will be definitely chosen will occupy most of todays session after which the taking of testimony quill beats Jf 1iiJY i HAD TO SURRENDER YOUNG MANS STRENUOUS WOO ING IRRESISTIBLE As Mr Johnson Himself Said When He Had His Mind Made Up There Was Nothing That Could Stop Him Have you ever experienced the feeling Mr Johnson said a young lady softly that some great opportu nity was within your grasp but you had hardly the presence of mind the the courtesy as were to avail yourself of it Why yes Miss Stevens I have at times had that kind of feel ing Miss Stevens sighed dreamily and then there was a pause during which the young couple sat in the semidark ness of the parlor in profound silence He sat down and looked helplessly at the glowing coals in the grate with the feeling that every breath he drew was a mortifying and ghastly blunder As you were about to say Mr Johnson resumed the young lady there are times when seems to all of us we must speak what is in ourmindsYes vaguely answered the bewil dered youth as he tried to remember when he had begun to say anything of the kind Yes of course And while I am not sure I ought to listen to you Mr Johnson she said with downcast eyes when you speak to me in this this personal matter yet The young man could feel his pulse beat a tattoo on the drums of his ears but he sat like a boy with his masters eye upon him and said nothing By the way exclaimed Miss Stew ens presently I have a new book of engravings Mr Johnson that I am sure you will enjoy seeing It is a large book and youll have to move your chair Yes you can sit here with me on the sofa I never thought of thatThe danced before the eyes of the young man in blurred confused Images Isnt this engraving of the Court ship of Florence Dombey and Walter Gay perfectly lovely Whwhich is Walter he gasped There Look closer Dont you see him Wh whos he courting Youll have to come closer Mr Johnson I declare thoughand she looked archly at Ute trembling youth I am almost afraid to let you come any nearer You look exactly like Wal ter in the picture And then the arm of the helpless young man stole in a timid apologetic vneaking way round the waist of thecharming Miss Stevens her head sank upon his shoulder and the book of engravings fell neglected to the floorSamuel she said an hour later as she toyed with the button his coat you bold boy How on earth did you ever muster courage to ask me to become your wife You know well enough I never gave you a particle of encouragementThe man patted her condescendingly on the head and then said prouyy with the voice of an Ajax defying the lightning When I make up my mind to do anything Selina PO obstacle on earth can stop me They were married just three months after this glad and joyful night and we are pleased to add are very happy togetherNew York Telegraph Orange Rind as a Malaria Cure The Tampa Times in an editorial on the commercial discovery of a new kind of orange on account of the medicinal value of the rind in mala rial diseases makes a suggestion This is remindful of the orange leaf tea used by the housewives of Florida In the earlier days as a corrective fox malaria There Is no doubt of Its ex cellence as a tonic and it is quite possible that the rind of the sour and wild oranges might be made use ful along the same line Tea made from the fresh leaves of lemon sprouts is of most excellent effect as a tonic and antiperiodic and steps ought to be taken to provide supplies of it for the public Those who have once ex perienced the benefit of this old time household remedy are aware of Its value It is a pity that Its efficiency knownPalm ADVERTISE IN THENEWS i y YOURE UP AGAINST BT P a hard problem if to save a few dot l 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 I house construction will be a source of gratification to you the longest day you live Your satisfaction will not be essened by our pricing WjTCH OUR ADS I FACTSITOUR STORE IT IS EASY TO ASSERT BOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT QUALITY AND PRICES ARE MOST LOOKED FOR And Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS CLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM v AII =Wool Blankets vSureenough AllWool both the Warp and the Woof of every Blanket will sustain the statement We gladly invite all to make usa visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BROS CO FENCE TALK 0 3 118 in order with us if you intend build 4 ing A fencer for we dan help you if you 7 tell us the size We will figure out tbetlumber for you and give you a close estimate on what your fence hoose barn and other buildings will cost yourLet us hear from you if you intend buildingI i F it it to it er it so of i l 1Auditoriuni Best RINK in the Blue Grass J The skating season is now open and the rink is crowded nightly During October we will beopen Afternoon 2 to 5 Evening 7 to 10 Get ready for the big HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE Prizes will be awarded later Any lady or gentleman who has not skated and who desires to learn will be taught free in the morning orf j between sessions j Auditorium r 1 JOB PRINTING Hr I i Our facilities are the best in East etn Kentucky for turning out high class fob Work at reasonable pri f J J cesfr I Lawyers briefs and all kinds rJ book work promptly and accurate r ly attended to Give its a call arid fet its do i Mme work for you t t i aN The Winchester News A t INCORPORATED r t J WINCHESTER i C o l t kci r r L 1 t I 31 kt a 1x j ti I J 1 t cj r I ArTHE WINCHESTER NEWS IT = I i f r1 Suffer with Indigestion fa paY t nnecessar1rdoctor s bill by allowing yourself x to eat impure foods when the best can be had 1i at tile same price Our line of dried fruits 1S now in and 4Y t ready iof your inspection Jt t Fancy Prunes 1212c 15c and 20c per lb Fancy Muir Peaches 15c t4 perlbit x We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in- BaltimorivJ andrecel e a freshshipmrpt 1n four times a week All orders fi gIven prompt attention STOKELY ROUPJ VALL PricesIGAS MEN INSPECT v ITt Tflf lOCALPLANT Winchester Has Made Greatest Gain of Any City in Services Inst lIed A iiumliei of the stojkholders of the Ceiitial Kentucky Natural Gas Company vere here Thursday after noon in thisTycity The have just ictuned from a trip ji the L E milroau where they had I ten victim the t orkat the fields and tame up from Lexing ton in an automobile jhose the pa tyWMessrs C L Piyne cf New York 11cT Tonip ft kin of Oil City Pennsylvania Judge I y az ilriii of Frankfort and Col T i G ttnwirot this city The phu t in tIlt city has made the t greaic t air in the number ofser v viciS installed in all tljc section and theh kclders were ieliglited with the jnaiiQ ument and spoke wellof the city vTO DFY ACTIO 01 RACING COMMISSION LATON A Ky Oct 115 At the meanjc oiithe Bovrd f Directors of the Lulun Jockey C1 Thursday ity i4 ireded to reinstate the book makrrs ut the Xall tiiethis which i corurtis Moiuluy Oct ber 19 Cohgics iian JpsQphL Rhiaock re sigqcd ilS prQ lent oC the association and V rcsittCciptaj e1 t J 1t THEY DJFFE- RJVtr7 nLbuur John mite Ref puhljfI a stimat d tV crowd at the cdeJfb Tii vsday afterpoot at from Sew bb ti Itho mf Leo Jltitha rWl alit JuIiUSfevensi Deinocmts say it Ivis from three tici hundred Jiui iim Evans s yher were abort 1000or 1200 Bev Jouett says irf Judge Evrns makes an estvui tXof 1000 at a Republican gathering there must have been 3 000 Frulyy mornings Democrat saiii A crowd estiiorfed from two thousid 1o twentylive huiidred weir c the d t yvstenltjy to see andJn ron IL Taft 3FARr GOOD SALE JnrU ivjBusli aucu cn reports asoTfollMvsi MC thc sales Aged horge 8 jL y Jl11llg qlt 10 Wsau r HngMr F6h cow itibt00 40Iti tH fei 33 iiOlitistsr1Z1 00 nfr ats weight pounds at l2t per vcadvS ii1 rod tnvs at Ct 1J7 pe hada brn J Vovfs at br per head oru hi th Mu sold at 240 1MtfarrehIQt oftapeat 1 ptn ltocL lot at VxdervI3c per siitii i chickens Jrujjt 35r 1 r pie p o turkeys 1r per pound OFFICIAL VISIT Tii nit ubfcrs of the 11ifal Court and f1 County OC unls left this rnofsib4 j a wagpnetle fov the poor hone aril county faiui to luake iinspi tin This iy an unnurl anI Mof iilw 1iscai Court and county cials dt the Jaiin ore day in react year 10 makr an inspection and be the gufttof the ke jer vt dinner RETURNS HOME GW ly School ilipentenderit gamier Ttturaed Friday nght fxom Bowling TVCCII where iio nai7 been at tendr the State Grand meeting of the Odd rellows Lodgj 1s delegates ifroro LitllauIjodge oJ thi city ROAFD OF EDUCATION Ii1re A be a meT ntr of the Gojntv LO rd of Education Saturday 1fimovniug n Gmt School Supeiih Nlfccnilejits 4nnerjsofncj TV ere is no spe rialbr ness that AvMl o tC before the boanl I TEACHER PAY Elf tthJ1tmav C coo iti ehodiTea6hciri fo services fox the diiith of SeptisjrtbrV 2000 was ptio out by County School Sup i eriuteiulftiiL Tanner i t t 1 Its True Nevertheless t Its hard for some people to believer that a man paaj be a success and die J tDooras well at Betrpit Free Press 6t 19I a fr 1 FINE DINNERAT v THE COUNTY FARM J County Officials and Others Enjoy the Hospitality of Sup r T erintendent A iejx rter for this Darer wit an invited guest at the county farm for dinner today Tli only objection to being a pauper In Clark county dS the name Tii form is as well kept as any in fio country On it are ail the nec essiiv conveniences The buildings are old hut they are well kept Almost evelythitig necessary for food IP raised on the farm Mr and Mrs Ed JC Kissenger were the hosts today iad only those that have partaken of then hospitality can know the toothless of the feast that was served The reporter would fail to express what is on his mind if he didnot mention the excellent road that lerids to the farm The road Supeintendent Mr n S Haggard is the nglit man in the right place He knows how Those who partook of lc dinner were Judge J H Ev ans County Attorney S A Jeffries Couily clerk J A Boone Assessor Roger Quisenberry Jrgtices Ben Will lames Richards Scott Reniek Jo10 Ramsey Sam PUlselyThe rtt Physician Dr C M Driver and Mosrs Lee S Baldwin Henry Jilky Rvland Jordan Waller Rupard J T Stokely D S Haggard Harry Scrivener Zeo JSeihu C Ii Lyane and R R PeirY- IMPORIAI x JT DECISIONS COURT OF APPEALS liRA KFORT K r 0t 167 Judge Tlobson wrote the opinion of the Court of Appear in the three cases which were deeded Thursday ThfcVourt reversed the judgment of the ieiiUni Circuit Court in the case of tu City of Covinrtoh against the Ciiospeake and Ohio R 1Jrrud Corn pan s The court affirmed the Jefferson Circuit Court in the case of Albert Kislerte administrator against the Kentucky Distilleries an Warehouse Company iTire court affirmed the judgment of the Jefferson Court in the case of Nancy Sparks against theBarber Asphalt Paving Company DEATHS Mrs Elvira F Ladd Mrs Elvira F Ladd aged 72 died at the residence of her daughter Mrs fl C Thompson Friday morn ing after a lingering illness The funeral will be conducted at the ainiFirst Christian church Saturday afternoon at 330 and burial in the FoUowingiG W Strother E Renaker E S Jouett John M Day and Floyd Day MIRE HINDU COLONEY To Be Transplanted From British Columbia to Honduras ofithe department minion government has solved the Hindu question so far as tha province of British Columbia is concerned The entire Hindu colony consisting of more than 2000 persons is to bq moved from British Columbia to Brit ish Honduras The plan is being carried out between Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Lord Strathcona Canadian com govertorwith two Hindu delegates for Hon duras to arrange the details for the employment of the colony there The Hindus are anxious to move and the Imperial government will assist in the cost of transportation to their new home Scores of members of the Hindu colony here are not only out of work but actually starving Stepping Statistics A Swisshas taken the trouble to count all the steps he took during a tear He found the number to be 9760000 shicbltivpiZ 25740 steps a day F r t tY r jAIR RACES PIJN JED Yiu1ft Wagons to go FocRecords r jI Gn Election DayCal Grin bee May Compete TRW YORK Oct l0The first freeforall five mile ailing ice thrdugh the Aerial ocean by dirigible baloons anOilighi by all kinds of air craft regardless of the scientificenatnes by which exper ts may know them will be held on the afternoon of election day November 3i from the grounds of the Aeronautic Society at Morris Park Prof W H Pickering of Har v aid University has presented a wind wagmiaformof conveyance almost unknown here but one which has been used abroad for sometime with considerable success to the society A wind wagon is a frame on wheels with the motor geared to one or more car propellers instead ofto4 the wheels These propellers turning rapidly in the air supply the driving power There will be a rilceby wind wagons the first ever held Capt Thomas S Baldwin Roy Xn bens ue Capt Bombangh Carl E Myers Charles K Hamilton Charles J Stroebel and Col Jacob Qribble of Louisville have been invited tb compete with their diri gible baloons Suffragists Meet Buffalo Oct 16The fortieth an nual convention of the National Amer- Ican Women Suffrage association was called to order by the president the Rev Anna Howard Shaw Mrs Shaw called attention to the progress made by the workers for woman suffrage and predicted even more rapid advancement of the cause in the future Hotel Keecer Indicted Upper Sandusky 0 Oct 16 James F Goodlove a hotel proprie tor who is alleged to hava killed Frank McCormick an employe of a rival hotel was indicted for murder in the first degree He is ill in the county jail and it is believed his con finement will result fatally within a short time Forest Fires Are Raging Dertoit Mich Oct 16 Specials from many points throughout north ern Michigan show that forest fires have broken out again with renewed fury From Millersburg in Presque Isle county conies word that the town of Metz was wiped out by fire with losses aggregating nearly 30000 MinneapolisNew of commissioners for foreign missions in annual convention in Brooklyn de cided to hold its annual conventions next year in Minneapolis and to cele brate in Boston in 1910 the centennial anniversary of its foudation Fatally Shot by Chum East Liverpool 0 Oct 16Ruth Moore 12 daughter of Mrs Catherine Moore was fatally shot by Robert Bowers 8 The boy was playing with a 2eaUber revolver which was thought to be unloaded Freight Conductor Killed Columbus 0 Oct 16 Frank Wernz a Big Four freight conductor was run over by a cut of cars both legs being so horriby mangled that he succumbed to his injuries in a hospital four hours later No News From Balloons London Oct 16There is still no news nere of the two missing Ger man balloons A GrimsbY trawler has picked up in the North sea the dere lict balloon Saint Louis THE MEA Of IT William J Thorne Social Democratic member of the British parliament was arrested for telling the army of unemployed to raid the bread shops rather than starve The North Carolina peace congress has adjourned after a fourday sew sion Delma Krouse 7 of Columbus O playingIIaround Ohio penitentiary has been missing for three weeks His home is In Gal- lia county CharleS B Roberts who was mys teriously shot on the board walk at Atlantic City Aug 28 has sufficiently recovered to be removed to his home in Baltimore Md President R K Hirsan ot the Mt Pleasant Pa Farmers and Mechanics bank is under arrest charged with having misapplied 50000 of the banks funds Oscar Perry colored rapist was the first victim of Virginias new electric chair which Was recently substituted for the hempen cravat in cases call for capital punishment ling Naugatuck Conn a justice of peace fined Dennis Burns 20 for kissing his wife in public on the Sabbath Because he did not have sufficient means to live in the style he desired Rqy Armstrong of Lakeville 0 com- mUted suicide William Wirt of Youngstown 0 father of Former State Senafor B F Wlrt was buncoed out of 5000 by two sharpers who have not yet been upprehand ed iU i jotk r i a I i j j JUST A MINUTEI t fur time will be required to read this advertisement but it will takevcorisklerably more time for you to rrfoke a criticalinspec 0 j Iti of our very complete stock of FurnitureI and Undertaking ja you will find here all the new things in every line Furthermore the exceed ingly moderate prices we have placed on all goods is a special inducement that your cannot overlook Itr HALL ECTON IFurniture s e i Rugs- r I r1IhoesFor Comfort and Style is necessary to have your IT properly fitted Different require different shape shoes and to keep your feet in good condition it is necessary to wear shoes i that fit Now we have made a study of your wants and have every thing to be found i- nHighClass Shoes For style we have the Button Patent for wear the plain Calfand for corn fort the plain Vici Kid Shoes FOr men who are exposed to the weather and want to keep their feet t dry and warm we have the Moose High Top Shoes they are as near water proof as shoes can be made 5 We Sell Manhattan Shirt Knox and Stetson Hats PhillipsId WHY BUY WATERI From Oyster Dealers course when a dealer mixes fresh OFwater with oysters and prevails on you to buy it At the rate of front 30C to SOC psrjiuart HE may besmart but arent YiU foolish Your water company will sell you water at a much lower rate Now if you want oysters only fresh pure natural flavor and sol id meatsno water at illour Sealshipt r Oysters fill the bill Telephone an order or drop into our store rt i T IE B NESo WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour tlie best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal ifi1 Jrt S l c Ramsey Transfer Co H uIingof All Kinds Furniture Moving a Specialty HOME PHONE 1s 1T t WtNCllUROPRA HOUSE 6IUESDAY OCTOBER 201BurtNicolai 1 Nixon Offer I MISS BeuSah Poyntcr J In Her Own Dramatization of LENA r i RIVERS By MARY J HOLMES The writer with over 5000000 Readers I TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows O O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 925 pm C O WESTBOUND No 27 Daily Er Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 2t Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 a m No 33 Daily 1159 a nli- rNo9 Daily Ex Sunday r6 27 p ra No31 Daily 11 09 p in L N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 32 Daily v 250 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m No 4 Daily 813a m L E WEST BOUND i No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 m- NO3 Daily 620p m Lexington Eastern Ry Go Time Card In Effect June 21 lOOt 4BASTLexington 225 PM 735 Wlncbestero 3f5 813 L E Junction 320 82G Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 4m 938 rx Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 Beftttyrille Junction 510 I017v Athol 537 1045 O d K Junction 605 1115 ir Jackson 610 1120 No t Yo 5 SunWESTPM Lv Jackson 610 220 700 705AtholBcattyville Junction 7073r0 754 Torrent 7M 841 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Junction 748 857 828 Stantop 815 46 854- etap 825 435 t902 L 6i E Junction 900 507 934 Winchester 912 620 946 t p non 9M 605 r 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTraIns Nos 1 and 3 WIll make connection with the C O Ey for Mt Ttinntion Trains Nos 12 Sand 4 spill connect with the Mountain Central Ky for KyBeattyville 2aad4will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K unctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will conaert with the O K Railway for Canner City Ky aadway stations J B BARB General Manager OrtAS SCOTT G P A IMW I- PHQFESSIOiiAL CARDS JOUETT JOUETT Anays At Law- v Winchester Ky J M STEVrJSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUcH BUSH jAttorneys At Lai v 60 S MainSt Winches Ky DR fC WOHTnJKGTON ClT e flours 10 to 12 a m2 toB 15 ill and 7 to 8 p m New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main StV Winchester Ky Notice I make to your individual meaur suits and overcoats for 1800 i l lip GEORGE N KOHtHASS Jt 10123 I e r r