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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t J 7 i ALL THE NEWS J OF =i i l ALL THE WORLD q rY NCHESTER i1 1 i i VOL 1 NO9 KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEED I r GRASS MEETS j Al ITS Franchise of Sheibyville Team Goes to J Q Stewart That of Frankfort to H H Phillips of Winchester The managers of the Blue Grass League net in Lexington Tuesday Lexington was represented by T A Sheets ThomastLawreiiceburg by Ballard and Hoff Kellogr Read the Call The president read the call of the r meeting and the resolutions passed at the lust meting which was to the effect that any club not repre seated in peison at this meeting t r should have its franchise forfeited The i t yr business transacted was an order forfeiting the franchise of Frankfort and Shelbyviile There were several applicants for the fran chise and quite a contest was had between Mr J Q Stewart and W R r Thomas both of Winchester for the tEjhelbyville franchise but it was finally irranted to Mr Stewart and grantedtoMrl Executive Session The meeting then went into ex ecutive session and adopted a con stitution and by laws patterned after the constitution and by laws of the National League Quite an amount I of business was transacted The Tanagers settled up the af fairs of the League for the past year sothat at the beginning of thesea I son there will not be one dollar of indebtedness against the League Frankfort was in arrears and had c been called on upon severed occasions for payment of its League per- CentageJ and arrears but had not responded This was announced to the managers whereupon an order was unanimously passed directing the President to notify the old man agement of the Frankfort club that unless the arrears were paid wiftmr ten days the pennant which was won by Frankfort last year would be awarded to Lexington which orstood second in the percentage Fixed Salary Limit The managers also fixed the salary limit at an amount not to exceed 75000 payment for any one club whichudes the salaries of all the club players the captain and manager It adopted stringent rules aganst the violation of this salary limit and any clubviolating I it shall be fined 30000 for the first offense and for the secondoffense a fine of 30000 and forfeiture of its franchise The managers all signed this agreement Fixing of Guarantee Another important matter was the fixing of the guarantee and per thatbthe guarantee to the visiting club ofIgross of the visiting club and not more f than fifteen passes per game were slowed to the home club After the adoption of theconsti tution aid by laws the League de tided to go under national protec ion of the National agreement of the National Association of professional base ball Leagues which permits this League to enter Class D of that Association gtfbenefit to the club as all of their players will be protected No club in the United States under this national agree ment can sign or play any of the Leagues players and if any of the players are drafted the club drafting them will have to pay to the owner of the player at least 30000 The r owner of the player of course has the right to enter into negotiation for the sale of the player at any price it nay agree upon Every manager present gave his check necessary to obtain this protection- S and a copy of the constitution and E1Jy laws were immediately mailed to JVIr Farrell of New York Secretary Or and Treasurer of the National As l ociatiuaUmpire Arrangement j Another important matter was the t arrangement of umpires for the com ing season It was decided that yhen the schedule was made which will consist of 100 games fifty of ir which will be upon thehome ground p the sclisdule committee will at the r y amen time arrange the schedule for F I l tli r t f I r c c J r r t 1 7v FOR THE ulS1JIL1JNG OFWI CtAl COUNTY 1iJi EASTERNt i fI WINCHESTER 1 NEWS 2 LEAGUE I ADOPTS CONSTITUTION Both the umpire so that the regular as signment of the umpire will be fixed long before the season begins It was also provided that the umpires should be employed not by the President as was done last year but by the President and Board 6f Di rectors To place the League on a good substantial financial basis it was unanimously agreed that the dues for the coming year should be 2500 and each club should deposit with the Treasurer 30000 as a guarantee fund The money will be paid at onceMr Phillips andMr Stewart were seen after the meetingand asked what they would do with the Snelbyville- and Frankfort franchises There were reticent about talking and stat ed that they had not fully made up their minds but that if the citizens of Frankfort and Shelbyviile wanted to have a baseball club next year and be a member of the Blue Grass League that they thought they would be willing to sell the franchise to a good company but if Frankfort and Shelbyviile did not wish to take hold they already had applicants from three other towns which had the money ready to pay all expenses and begin ai once signing a good team for next year They stated that they purchaser the franchise not for an investment but for the purpose of seeing that the Blue Grass League had good towns next year Mr Stewart stated last night that he already had been offered 10000 pro fit for the Shelbyville franchise pro vided the League would permit it to he transferred elsewhere Annual Meeting The annual meeting othe League wilfbe hcIlTlSir TiTesday November 10 at ten oclock a m3 at which tune the officers and directors for the en suing year will be elected There is no doubt but that Mr Hammond will be reelected President Secre tary and Treasurer as he has made a most efficient officer and has brought the League into prominence It may not be generally known but ten players out of the last years Blue Grass League have been signed by other Leagues under the Rational Association and will next year be playing in fast company f y BASEBALL FANS TO MEET There will be a rousing meeting Thursday night at 730 oclock at the Court House of the baseball fans of this city and county at which time the club win be permanently organized and arrangements made for next season It is hoped that everyone interested in baseballwill be prescuc Full reports ofwhat has been done in the League meet ings and explanation of National protection are to he made FOOTBALl PETITION IS STIR GROWING StrongList of Names to be Present ed to the Board of Education The petition to the Board of Education of Kentucky Wesleyan College asking the board to reconsider its action as to football is still being circulated and extensively signed Thq busmess community seems to be practically unanimous in asking the Board to allow the students toyplay fob away from Home The latest news in tlje matter is thp report that the Winchester Com mercial S Club is to be called together immedirtcly to take action Many of the active members are reported to- be in faydr of the petitiontThe following additipnal names have been adxce the publica tion of Tuesdays News Lewis R Hampton V WR Sphar Cashier of the Win hester Bank i I 4 I r s 4 l PRINCE LOUIS OF SAVOY DUKE OF THE ABRUZZL This member of the royal house of Italy has been of especial interest to Americans on account of his stubborn determination to wed Miss Katherine Elkins daughter of the senior senator from West Virginia He has encoun tered great opposition from his family especially from the queen dowager and there seems to be almost insurmountable difficulties In the way of the marriage The other figure In the cut is an aid Dr U B S Ishmeal D L endleton RP Scobee J H Oden T S Bush J M Hodgkin Cashier of the Peo pies Stale Bank R C Prewitt N R Ratliff D H Bratton J W Chambers W N Young W A Beatty Editor of the Vw chester News John L Bosley W A J A Ryder J J Lester Dr J 0 Crutcher r jr7udy7 x I rieeves A J M Woods Woodson Moss Harold Wentworth Thornton L PhillipsjB D Goff Dr George F Clark iE E Kidwell j Judge J H Evans E E Hughes Ji j Chief Police M D Tarpy Stephen T Davis R M Scobee W V Vitherspoon Clayton Wills SW Willis George A Green Judge W M Beckner Deputy Sheriff John G Bedfor G M Hart S W Powell Dr 1 H Browne W H Gamer I W Wheeler George Hon Dr Howard Lyon IcKinleyJam W P Asbil W T Ogden v L B CockrelrJRev t H Mac NeilU- W II Rtrossmau J K Allan JR Martin T A Weathers Sam AT Jeffries CountY Attorney- A H Tampton Cashier City National Bank ToE Barnes T1f Hampton J W Moore DrW A Bush V J E Gaitskill Jas E Vood H Clay Hodgkin Dr W G Combs Clay Wheeler John C Hodgkin THREE PERSONS DIE I TENEMENT FIRE Mrs YBba Mqscovyitz Daughterand Vv Boarder All perishS Special to The News NEW YORK Oct 211frs Yeta Mcscowit her infant son and an unknown boarder perished last night in a tenement house fire iLLt 1 f t 9 0tr J t LATONIA LICENSE i HAS BEEN REVOKED Racing Commission Decide Unanimously Against Race- Track LEXINGTON Oct 21 TheKen tucky State Racing ommission in its meeting in the City National Bank buildingTuesday revoked the 1908 license of the Latonia Jockey Club Because of he fact that the owners of horses running atJLatonia were not notified before tie races Tuesday the resolutions were modi fied to take effect on the owners jockey8f aid trainers Wednesday horseman who race Wednesday will probably be declared outlawed frog racing in Kentucky and the licenses of jockeys trainers and owners also revokev Theresolu ution follows 77 The ResolutionOf For a violation of one of the rules of this Commission jwhich reads as followsHAll facing associations licensed by this Commission are hereby instructedto allow only the parimutuel system of betting and auction pools on their grounds Any violation of this rule will be pun ished by revocation of license Theilicense granted the Latonia Jockey Club for the year 1908 is hereby revoked to take effect at I oclock Tuesday October 20th 1908 for the reason that this Commission believes that continuance of such licensed meeting with the system Of bookbetting as at present conducted at Latonia is not conducive to the best interests of legitimate rac ing and that great harm to legitimate racing will ensue if such sys tem of betting is continued By the right invested in it by law the Commissionhas the power to fine Latonia from 500 to 1000 a day for every daYytheY run without the license of the Commission Those who attended the meeting and passed the resolution revoking the Latonia license were Chair man Jack Chinn Col Milton Young ColpE F Clay and Mr Louis des Cognets 4The Commission will meet again Wednesday and i f Latonia decide to run without a license probably y will assess Ya fine against them and ifthe racing goes on the matter may be referred to Governor Willson who has signified his intention to back up the decision of the Commission NEW RESIDENCE Mr Clay Elktn is building a resi dence on they east side of South Main street that will be an orna ment in that section of good resi dences Work is being pushedand it is hoped to have it completed be fore the bad weather sets in w t r f s TAYLOR HAS MADf ESCAPE FROM MOB Reached Tiptonville Uninjured More Than Four Hundred Shots Fired at Him Special to The News UNION CITY Tenn Oct 21 Colonel R Z Taylor who was sup posed to have been shot by the night riders has just reached Tiptonville uninjured He said that he escaped after the night riders had fired more than five hundred shots after him Union City Tenn Oct 21 Ad vices from Reelfoot Lake where a mob of masked men took Colonel R Z Taylor 60 and Captain Quinten Rankin both of Trenton and widely known laywers out of their hotel at that place and murdered the Jatter fail to report the finding of Colonel Taylors body or to reveal any trace of his whereabouts- A man named Powell is said to have been forced to accompany the mob which numbered about 80 mem bers Powell had been stopping at the hotel and when the riders called every one out and compelled them to line up Powell Colonel Taylor Cap tain Rankin and the surveyor whose name is unknown are said to have been taken away the others being permitted to return to their beds Powell states it is said that after killing Rankin a vote was taken regarding the disposition to be made of Taylor During the dispute Taylor made a dash and jumped into the bayou starting to swim across it A number of shots were fireS at him and in the confusion Powell slipped away and brought back the story of the escape or attempted escape of Taylor Governor Patterson has offered a reward of 10000 for the arrest and conviction of any member of the mob and Judge Jones has called a special session of court to investigate the outrage The sessions of the court will be guarded by the state militia The trouble which resulted in the outrage was caused by the passage of an act by the legislature regulating fishing in Reelfoot lake a short dis tance from Walnut Lodge Night rider disturbances over the same matter occurred about a year ago MEN ARE TO SPEAK J Ham Lewis For Democrats and Senator Bradley For the Republicans The people of Winchester and Clark county will be given an ora torical treat Thursday and Friday of this week when Sen ator elect W O Bradley takes the stand in the interest of the Republican party and Hon J Hamilton Lewis and Lieutenant Governor Thorne in the interest of the Democratic party All three of these gentlemen have wide reputations for wit good humor and rare oratorical ability and their coming is being greatly antic ipated by their respective parties Senator Bradley will speak at the Opera House Thursday atfernoon at 1 oclock and Mr Lewis and Mr Tiorne will speak at the court house on Friday afternoon ASKFOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER CINCINNATI Oct2lHarvey yertvice president to the Latonia Jockey Club Tuesday night stated that the Board of Directors had ten dered him the management of the Clubs fight with the State Racing Commission Mr Myers stated that inasmuch as the law states that any action of the racing commission is subject to a review by the State courts the Latonia Jockey Club would Wednes day morning ask the Kenton Coun ty Circuit Court to review the action of the Commission relating to bookmakers and parimutuel betting machine and would at the same time ask for a temporarY estrain ing order to prevent the Commission interfering with the racing until the questions had been legally settled Dr Hugh Stubblefield was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on professional business J t I For Kentucky WEATHER Cloudy To IiJ night Thursday Warm Continues WINCHESTER BLUE THURSDAY PROMINENT STOP i Q ISPECIAl ENVOY t On Mission For Montenegrion Govr ernment Was Detailed Some Hours t tBelgrade Servia Oct 21 General tjli Vukotics an official of the Montene grin government who left Cettinje v three days ago for this city on a spe cial mission to the Servian govern extraordinarytwas arrested by AustroHimgarian of ficials and detained for several hours In an interview the general said On my arrival at Agram gendarmes entered my car dragged me out and took me to the prefecture of police I was then searched and my purse papers in fact everything I had was l taken from me My baggage also was completely ransacked I gave the i gendarmerie officers my name and ex plaind my status as a special envoy Ito King Peter I showed also the passport and safe conduct given merat the AustroHungarian legation at Cettinje but all to no avail Ultimately I was permitted to send a telegram to Baron Von Arenthal the AustroHungarian minister of for eign affairs complaining of the treat ment accorded me which was a vio i lation of the International usage M ter considerable delay an order artrived from Vienna instructing the pol- Ice to release me and this was done- I was detained at the police sta tion for seven hours and as I lost my train connection my journey was delayed altogether for 14 hours This occurrence has aroused again a bitter feeling toward AustriaHun gary on the part of the Servians and I the people are greatly excited The general is the hero of the moment in Belgrade A great crowd of students and others gathered in front of his hotel and when the general entered his carriage to drive to the palace the students unharnessed the horses and dragged the vehicle through the streets themselves In the meanwhile the mob shouted its approval of King Peter and Prince Nicholas and cursed Austria STREET WORK IS WELL DONE l Ride Over City Shows That Drive ways Are Being Put in Good Condition 7 A ride over the city showsmark ed improvements in the condition of the streets The principle work now being done is in the South end Maple street is resurfaced south of Belmont and is now a good drive way The steam roller makesa good street from the beginning The dry weather has been favor ably for street work and the authorities have taken advantage of itnMuch remains to be done to make good streets over the entire city but the work under toway as far as it goes is well done The excellence of the service done by the garbage wagon is shown fey the cleanliness of the principal kstreets y NIODTY SERVICES AT CHURCH OF PHPIQT Large Audiences Hear Elder Srygley Both Afternoon and Evening j As the meeting at the Church of Christ conducted by EldF B Srygley progresses the interest in L creases and at the night service the house is crowded to its utmost ca parity The morning services are also well attended Tuesday night the subject was Ministry Wed nesday nights subject The Conversion of the Eunuchs The sing services are being corir a r ducted by Mr Willlis Menk of t Bowling Green IfI V VV KSW RESIDENCESr Mr Ira Sumpter has near comA le tLion one of the most substantial r1ot rtag4 t fsMrLee f t day and caught two splendidlmes wiorr E 1 r s sc N THE WINCHESTER NEWS TRIBUTE TO AUTOS z How Kansas Has Felt Influence 5of the Machine tJ HUfaL ROAiJSjTRANSFORMED Warmer Have Taken Up Motor Cars sad Improved toads In Order to Usm 1 i Thwn Remaking Sand Highways Wtk Clay The farmers motor car has worked a transformation on the country roads af central Kansas For many years there was indifference regarding the reads The old fashioned plan of working the road in theory and doing nothing in practice was carried out Now there is levied a road tax In cash and the money is used to hire competent men to do definite work in kcepingr the roads in good condition A striking example is the road from bflene to Enterprise six miles along the bottoms where gumbo soil is fr quent For1 two decades it had been almost impassable for heavy wagons in wet weather owing to the great ruts cut In It Little more than a year ago the township entered on the new plan It is now dragged after every rain and the transformation is notable says an Abilene Kan cor respondent of the Kansas City Star It Is smooth even and has become one of the favorite runs for the mo- torIsts of Abilene owing to its condition ABa matter of fact it kept smoother than are the city streets that lead to it The same is true of a road to Detroit in the line of the Kansas CityDenver run for tourists It too is dragged after rains and has become a very attractive highway Those who have not been over the roads cannot comprehend the change that has taken place in them Up in Hayes township eight miles from Abilene are two brothers Jo seph and Isaac Page who own motor cars They are enthusiastic drivers of their touring machines and have learned to appreciate good roads The have taken up the road drag in thei own communities and are giving the residents of their locality practical examples of what can be done in mak ing good roads Joseph Page says he has the best half mile of road in the county and he feels offended If mo- toristS pass along Its smooth course at less than thirty miles an hour As a result largely of their efforts there are a dozen drags in constant use In the township when the farmers can get time to use them In the summer with so much rain and such a rush of workon the farm it has been neg lected but now they are at it once more The tendency of the farmers in I that part of the county toward proper road work has greatly Increased and the road tax Is being used with bet ter effect than ever before jgne of the farmer motorists of the county poII Gfeller of the northeast part of the county was asked by the city officers of Junction City recently tshow them how to make good road drags that would keep the roads lead Ing to the city in good condition They bydraggingfrom the city and are asking the farmers to come there to trade because of the excellent highways leading into town Jr feller recently returned from a 200 rmile trip to western Kansas in which he was his fam fly They were gone a weiskatiOaTa successful journey Their car has prov ed a great satisfaction to the family living as they do twelve miles from town NOw the members are seen in Junction City and Abilene frequently snd there is nothing going on of consequence in the county that they do riot attend The sandy loam of the uplands gives a fine basis for the dragged roads and Mr Qf eller has be- comei an enthusiast on the subject He advocates this as the solution of the road question at all times Another iterestlng experiment that has been made by the farmers of the county who have become interested in goodirpads Is the remaking of the sand roads by paving them with clay For Instance the main street of Detroit a little town five miles east of Abilene it was for years a waste of deep sand The road is much traveled and all the mown catr parties from Kansas to DenV r go through h1sstret The townvtrustees triM to grade It up but were unsuccessful so they finally de termined to paer They hauled from the clay beds along the Smoky Hill river enoughclay to make a covering fore the roadbed and this was smoothed down until it thPobeneatff talces tip the moisture mid the rortSlaTf tlgs dry This proved Bb gatiifttctory that other sand roads in that vIeitltyt ave been similarly treat ed and are passable for every sort pf Ye eT1fe that formerly could onlybetraTersed by the well equipped teaiawand where motor cars could not go J arQ excellent highways and the cars are frequently run over them Rpadmaklng has received a decided tbemcounty There are mote than a hundred cars in this county and the num ber Is increasing every week Many of th earee owned by the farmers andr thejare the ones who bring to the tnoY neat for good roads the best of Effort Next years road money will be ieji more than ever for the dragging FdSaid the countY will even prlnftlpli firr THE LAND OF GRAVES Ancient Egyptians leUvwl In Ctfl stint Reminders ef Death f To the Egyptian death was but the beginning of a career of adventures and experiences compared with the most vivid emotions of this life were tame He lived with the fear of death before his eyes Everything around him reminded him of that dreadfttl initiation IntpM the mysterIes bf the tremendous nfterllfe for which his present existence was but a prep aration His cemeteries were not hidden away in remote suburbs his dead were not covered with mere grassy mounds or a slab of stone The whole art1wasus into the a the Israelites in derision and we may believe that Moses winced at the sar casmEgypt Is the land of graves and th whole energy of the people that could be spared from keeping life togethe- was devoted to death The mightiest tombs in the world the pyramids were raised upon the deaths of multi weree passages chambers pits all painfully excavated in honor of the illustrious dead and sculptured and painted with elaborat- skill to make them fit habitations for ghostWherever he looked tits Egyptian beheld preparations for the great turning point of existence The mason wa squaring blocks for the tomb chamber the potter molded images of the gods or bowls and jars to be placed in the grave for the protection or refreshment ordealispainter were at work upon the walls of the funeral chamber illustrating the tOIpassvery the levels beside the Nile were in a sense but vestibules to the tombs in the hills behind The sacred lake now the weedy picturesque haunt of water fowl was then the scene of solemn ferryings of the dead The temple walls were covered with the terrors of the judgment to come The houses of parrand the shrines where supplication was made to the gods who ruled their fate were made to last forever On these all the strength the science and the artistic skill of the ancient Egyptians were cheerfully lavished London Saturday Review A Preserve Owners Sick Trout A man whose experience as a sportsman had been limited to an occasional days fishing In the mountains bought for himself a place with a fine trout preserve on Long Island He looked forward with great Interest to the last opening day as that would bo his first opportunity to fish In his own pond and when the day at last arrived the first streak of daylight found him leav- Ing his house rod in hand A day or two later a sportsman frien inquired as to what luck he had had HI caught plenty of fish and big ones too tt responded the owner of the preserve There are plenty of trout In the pond but they all seem to be sickWhy whafs the matter with them asked the sportsman Well answered the preserve owner to tell the truth we were afraid to eat them Their flesh Is pink and I never saw a brook trout that color be foreDont you know man exclaimed the sportsman with a laugh that any trout will turn pink if it lives in salt water Your pond empties into the sound and of course the trout run In and out the next time you have any of that tort of sick trout just send them In to me and Ill eat them for you with pleasureNew York Times A Tiny State The miniature republic of San Ma rino is a mere dot on the map of Eu rope being the smallest state In the world as well as the oldest Independ ent republic Its area Is thirty eight square miles only little less than twice that of the island of Manhattan It lies entirely In Italy but is wholly independent Its situation Is on the easterly side of the Etruscan Apen nines and about twelve miles from RimInl on the Adriatic sea The Iron tier Is only twentyfour miles In length and the population would make only a small city ward numbering less than tOOO There Is no public debt and the annual expenses met by taxation amount to 60000 The country has bronze and sliver currency coined by Italy iSSjOOO lIrof the latter and 105 000 of the former The principal ex ports are winrcatte and stone The military r e of the republic numbers 38 officers and h50 men The Wild Boar The wild boar Is a most courageous animal The element of luck counts for a great deal in pig sticking as in most other forms of sport and it often happens that the foremost sportsman who by dint of hard riding or thanks to the fastest horse has come up with the quarry is deprived of the coveted honor of first spear by a sudden finkor turn of the pig The boar in spite of his clumsy appearance is not only possessed of a great turn qf speed but is extraordinarily active He puttingirocks water etc between himself and his pursuers but all the time mak ing for the nearest patch of jungle and safety The pare after pig is faster btitisand Dramatic News SLAGASPHALI ROAn Governments Teststo Provide a Dustless Highway t NOVEL USE FOR MOLASSES Waste Product of Sugar Refineries UtlHredrai cinder For Candy Highway Near Newton Maw OH Tried In Kansas Chicago is to have a dustless road and Superintendent M J Doherty of the department of streets and tltoySU systemstexpenIThe road will be constructed of blast furnace slag combined with lpikt or theeUnited States department of agrlcul ofrexperiments conducted by the depart ment in the effort to give the nation dust proof thoroughfares Possibly the road Ill be constructed in one of the south side parks If the results are as satisfactory as the preliminary conditions indicatethe realeize the hope of the scientists for both the utilization of byproducts and the madI In Chi ChiefsEngineer Vernon M Peirce will be of slagnndasphalt It will be carefullj observed during the trying months of winter If in the spring it has been resmains firm does not rut sheds water and makes but little dust avast step forward will have been taken in road building More novel than this however the office of public roads has been prepar ofgfacetious writers are almost cer min to label a candy road In all flights of fancy it Is probable that no body except a scientist would go so far afield in research as to adopt mo lasses as a road building material but that is exactly what has been done I ROAD WITH SLAG FOUNDATION Assistant Chemist Pre cost Hubbard of Director Pages scientific corps has been leveling a half mile stretch of road near Newton Mass for the lay lug of the first molasses road This molasses is the almost useless redsugar refineries of the west and south njblackas powerful as a binder Having al ways been a waste product it con be bought at a lower price than coal tat r1torrand held out such promises for ideal realrSlab as the useless byproduct of thq blest furnaces and molasses as the useless byproduct of the sugar refineries a circular issued by the office of public roads says may in a few years revolutionize country road build ing create a demand for more extend ed roads in the United States where those products are most easily to be had and add millions to the wealth of the country by putting a cash value on hitherto waste materfal While experts are laboring with these experiments in the east south and middle west another scientist also from the office of public roads Is Engaged at Independence Eiaiu hi try Ing to devise a method of constructing oiled roads analogous to the methods which have produced the famous oiled roads of southern California He Is mixing heavy oils possessing pronounced asphaltic bases with natural soil and sand and compacting the preparation so formed with a tamping rollerThe oiled roads of California have saved millions of dollars to the farm ers and fruit growers of that fertile state In the last few years by suppressing the dust that formerly arose In blinding clouds wtth the pnsstni every vehicle Those dust clOudJ floating to adjacent fields or t chards depreciated thee prtcq of jjeunn produce and lowered the values of real estate to a startling degree The1 Bpjrlnkiintf of oil was tried and the dust was held in cheek Then some of the roads were pkrred and teqPh mixed with the eartt and the nMUM tlnslyyrolled to a properly crowned Surface ndld results f llowsd Hi most instances Banta Make Donation For New Roada As a starter for a fund to construct a new road from Rock river bridge to the town hall In Drury township ill three banks in Moline Ill have do nted 1000 toward she fund of 20 000 which will be raised for the expenses of the road Each bank gave onethhd of the amount It wlijl mean a great deal to the city of Mollne as it will be a direct thoroughfare to the south end of the county The road win be a regulation state 4and1Ynk iclesto Falling in Lovt Ide mojpottbt that airtlitf world gosa en a dejep senw reeponlbll ityln tb inatter of marriage will grow lip nt Bi1tIt will not takethe false direction of ignoring these oat profoundest and holiest Instincts Mar riage for money may go marriage for rank may go marriage for position may go but marriage for love I be- lieveand trust will last forever Men in the future will probably feel that a union with their cousins or near relations positively wicked that a union with those too like them in person or- disposition la at least undesirable than a union based upon considerations of wealth or any other consideration save considerations of Immediate natural impulse is base and disgraceful But to the end of time they will continue to feel In spite of doctrinaires that the voice of nature Is better far than the voice of the lord chancellor or the royal society and that the Instinctive desire for a particulars helpmate 181l saver guide tortheeultimate happiness both of the race and of the individual than any amount of deliberate consultation It is not the foolish fancies of youth that will have to be got rid Of but the foolish wicked and mischie vous interference of parents or out siders Grant Allen Knew the Sound of Wood There was an argument on a cricket field in a village near Nottingham England which interrupted the game for some time The match was being played Between the local tradesmen of the village All went well until the bowler who was the village con stable a man over six feet tall sent a ball which bumped up from the ground and hit the village butcher who was batting and who was ex ceedingly fat and perspiring freely on the head The wicket keeper a remarkably thin and agile man who was the village grocer caught the ball and yelled Ows thntlt Houtrc shouted the village baker who possessed only one eye Hi say nowrroared the fat butch er who refused to have It so But hit It tae on theead HI dont know where hit it you responded the umpire who was the village undertaker but Hi knows the sound of wood when Hi ears hit so hqut you go The Tricksters Political tricksters always give themselves away said a congressman Their methods remind me of the two men who wanted to sell corpses for dissection These two menI miserably clad called on the dean of a medical college in New York We are both on the verge of starvation sir the spokesman said We are well on in years and it is clear that we havent much longer to live Would you care to purchase our bodies for your dissecting room The dean hesitated It is an odd proposition he mut teredBut it is occasionally done said the spokesman in an eager voice Well said the dean we might arrange it What price do you ask Over in Philadelphia said the spokesman they gave us 40 New York Tribune Quality Appearance Rice The Three Great Points in the Purchasing of a Stove How often do you have anOPPOrfunity to buy stoves with these three in points their favor If the appearance is right x the quality may not be up to the standard but ifboth are satisfactory the price may be prohibitive Here we have a stove of the best quality attractive in every way one that will prove satisfactory in every home and stay so and last but not least at a price which every one can afford to pay Fosters Winner Range has all the above points of Superiority and can be bought at our store for a price easily in reachof aIL t Need a StoveThink It Over Grubbs BentonON THE CORNER HEATERS We are making a SPECIAL PRICE now on Garland Heaters and Cook Stoves I 950 Heater to close out SOTHERS IN PROPORTION Grant Witt Co 30 N Main St Winchester Ky READ THE NEWS L If you want all the news of Winchester read fete uews v If you wantall v news of Clark Cown fead t TYV the News vS j1T If you want all the news of the State and Nation read the News a V r In short you w iJitfin laltthe news as m any P other daily in yojir home paper THE WINGlKES rr- TER NEWS l t t4 i o N t n THE V NCHEST R NEWSINCORPORATEDr s ih I i i I I t i x I i JLr1 t1 yJ rV T 1vytt s ftI t THE WINCHESTER NEWS crr Fm arid GardenTOM- ATOES IN WINTER The Best Way to Keep Them Safely In Winter The most Important conditions for forcing tomatoes are A warm light houseone having a twothirdsspan facing the south being preferable strong bottom heat rich soil careful training uniform temperature care in watering and pollinating and as be fore suggested good judgment and constant watchfulness on the part of the grower Bottom heat is not abso lutely essential to success but the crop matures more quickly if given this conditionTo the best use of the house twocrops should be grown during the TOMATO T11IIDumTO SOLE STALK season This will bring each crop on at a season when the expense of heating during a part of the time will be I slight Plants for the first crop should be started as early as August If two or more houses are available a second sowing should be made in about three weeks to give a succession For the second crop seed should be sown during the latter part of October The plants are treated in every way as for outdoor culture till handled the last time For fruiting some prefer benches with about six inches of soil but in the experience of others the best results have been obtained from the use of boxes eighteen inches square and twelve inches deep In the bot tom of the boxes is placed a layer of charcoal broken pots or clinkers from the furnace after which soil consist lug of three parts good garden loam and one part well rotted stable manure Is filled in to within two or three inches of the top Each box will hold four plants and the check caused by the partial confinement of the roots seems to be of value in hastening ma turity If the solid bed is used instead of the byes the plants are set about sixteen Inches apart each way thus occupying a little more than one andonehalf square feet of floor space for each plant Best returns usually follow where the plants are trained to a single stem as shown in the illustration Flax cords about the size of wool twine r tftrefasteIlcd to the corners of the boxes or to wires placed parallel to each row for that purpose and attached above to wires running lengthwise of the building on the rafters or sash bars The plants are secured loosely to this support by means of short pjeces of raffia All side shoots should Abe pinched out as soon as they ap pear and when the plants are about five feet high or when four clusters of fruit have set the terminal buds should be pinched off The vitality of the plant will then be expended in the development of fruit If the plants are not headed back other fruit clus scatteringiaterfruiting season without giving suffi- Cient financial return to warrant delaying the removal of the old plants As the fruit sets the clusters should be supported by means of a small cord or piece of raffia passing around the main stem above a leaf thus forming a sling At this time too it is well to stir the surface of the soil and work in a quantity of well rotted ma nure or to give frequent applications of liquid manure The temperature of the house should possibleahAutgr4ss in dark weather but SO degrees ior en higher on bright sunny days Ail told drafts stud sudden changes rof temperature should be rigidly aV9 C Garden Hints Squash s and pumpkins should ba- lftorjed l intaf cool dry place before be- ring touched1by frost and be handled ivery carefully to avoid bruising them jSalsify on vegetable oyster and pars slilpsarej leftn toe ground over win- ter1 t pr8pring veBut both are good lnthe autumn They may be stored in damp andfor use In winter when 1 the ground is frozen Turnips are not injured by thoibst frosts there if danger of the groBnd freezing v Cabbages a not Jnjured by frost tnd may bo eftthc quite cold weather is imminent Carrots and eebrmay be left ground till t vfjMtzinr weather f rr t t STORING VEGETABLES the Best Way to Keepthem In Win ter It requires care and a knowledge o the nature of vegetables in order t successful keep them through the late fall and winter They must as a rule be kept in a cool atmosphere but not cool enough to freeze But pumpkin and souash need a dry warm air and in gathering must be carefully han dIed It is best to leave the stem long and never attire squashes until ripe Potatoes do best in a cellar that Is cool and damp and should be kept in the dark as much as possible but there should be an arrangement for a good circulation of air Barrels or boxes are best for car rots parsnips beets and turnips Aft er storing In these receptacles sand or fine soil should be placed on top allow lug it to run down between the roots The soil should be shaken down so asr to fill all the spaces In harvesting the vegetables must be carefully handled and the tops cut off an inch or more from the top This will prevent a chance of decay from close cutting If beets are cut too close they will bleed losing their sweet flavor and quickly spoil Onions should be perfectly dried as soon as gathered and not allowed in a damp place If kept in a dry room where the thermometer Is barely above freezing they will keep well Cabbage placed in a barrel and sunk ia the ground and so arranged that moisture cannot enter and then thick ly covered with straw and earth wllL keep nicely till far Into spring But where it is intended to be used dur ing the winter a good plan Is to cut off the stems and outer leaves trim the heads about as much as if preparing to cook and then wrap each head separately In several thicknesses of news paper This will exclude the air Aft er lining a barrel with paper pack the wrapped heads closely in it andafter all are in cover with paper The bar rel must be kept in the coolest part of the cellar Dampness will not harm the keeping qualities To keep tomatoes pick the largest Specimens that have begun to show color as soon as the vines are cut by frost but before the fruit Is frosted bruisingWrappaper and place in shallow boxes or on a shelf one layer deep Keep in a cool place secure from frost so as to prevent ripening If a few are brought out at a time and placed ina warm place they will quickly ripen They can thus be kept for several weeks after killing frosts An occasional turning under of the whole crop Is one of the best paying methods of farming Cobs For Kindling First provide a large substantial dry goods box Place in a wood shed and fill it with old cobs Second take any old pull holding about two and a half or three quarts Fill that about a quar ter full with kerosene oil and hang on a stout nail conveniently near the large box Then fill the pail with cobs stand ing each on end so that the ends will be submerged In the oil In the morn ing take six cobs from the pail place in your stove lay your large wood on the cobs and touch cobs off with a match You will soon have a roaring hot fire Nor need you entertain any fears about it not going for the cobs have absorbed some of the oil and will burn for a half hour or more with in tense heat Even green wood may be used if baked in oven for an hour or so the fire is allowed to go out tho night before But everybody knows that green wood is not as easy to kin dle as seasoned wood The good wife always appreciates a supply of dry fuelOf course when you take any cobs outof the pail others must be put in to take their places In this a valuable supply of excellent kindling Is always on hand and you always know exactly where to find it If you have no cobs any miller is usually glad to let you have them for carrying them away or at the most a miller will charge you only 25 cents for a two horse double wagon box load and since it is only necessary to use six cobs to start one fire they will last a long time Besides they are very handyno muss or dirt already split and ready for use- Wasto of Silage The following Is a Canadian farmers method of preventing waste of silageEach year as frequently as silos are filled there is considerable waste owing to the surface layer coming in contact with the air the loss varies with the condition of the corn and with the attention it has received after it Is placed In the silo In seasons of plenty It Is a common practice to simply fill the silo and take chances on what would snonThIs isa veryI wasteful practice It is possible to bring this waste down to a minimum by a little attention after the silo has been filled and thoroughly tramped Last year owing to the scarcity of corn we made an extra effort to pre serve all that we had As a result of these efforts there were scarcely two inches of spoiled silage After the silo was filled and thoroughly tramp ed we put a two inch layer of clover chat on it We then dampened this chaff with a barrel of water in which had been dissolved a ten quart pailof salt This trine proved to be the most effectual preserver we had ever tried Oh the surface when we came to feed the sll21fethe two inch layer oh top off slick and clean and left good silage immediately under neath Try this scheme on yow silo this Tall and you will sae much fod gar that would otherwise be spoiled It to inudibetterthan chair and grow ing grain such fesls Icommoaly wed JrfTty t WoitiiisWoridjf MRS CLARENCE H MACKAY Society Matron Will Serve as Leader In Womans Rights Cause Mrs Clarence H Mackay has unfurled her standard usa leader in this country of the wOman suffrage cause After a novitiate during which she has studied exhaustively the eco nomic problems of her s Xshe has publicly subscribed to the faith and pledged her support to its doctrines Although it has been hinted for some time that Mrs Mackay indorsed the tenets of suffrage It was not until re Gently that she made a public an nouncement of her conversion She unfurled her standard in the Roslyn N Y public school where was the scene of her first victory for womans rights It was there she won an election as a school trustee defeating at the polls her male opponent Suffragists in this country who hared in the secret have eagerly awaited an opportunity to install Mrs MBS CLARENCE MACKAY Mackay in a place similar to that oc cupied in England by the talented Countess of Warwick Workers in the cause have said that a leader was wanted who combined high social position and acknowledged Intellectual attainments one who would further compel serious attention to the move ment and disarm ridicule Mrs Mackay said recently concerning her new faith- I have been a convert to the prin ciples of woman suffrage for some time past I believe that the day is not far distant when success will be attained for the cause In this country I regard it as inevitable that the Amer- Ican woman suffragist will share in the honors already won by her Eng lish sister and that the doctrines will be firmly implantedinuilof the English speaking lands The Woman Who IsAlways Right We all have met herthe woman who lays down the lawand most of us regret the meeting No matter what is under discussion she has her opinion and does not hesi tate to proclaim It That she knows nothing of the subject makes no dif ference In her vociferousness Her voice Is usually rasping her words staccato and her emphasis sharp She may not intend to be dis agreeable but the effect Is not altered by Intentions The Irritation of a disturbed hornets nest is mild compared with the feel Ings aroused by the layer down of the law Even when In the right her wis dom Is hated on general principles She can stir up more opposition than a motion to raise taxes You go out of your way to thwart her and make yourself uncomfortable doing what she does not Wish Silent protest or open pugnacity is the usual attitude of her hearers The good tempered sufferer revels when the town regulator strikes a scrapper Tact is not her long suit The more reason there Is for silence the louder Is her expression of opinion Her knowledge of where her own business ends is scant It Is the layer down of the law who can be depended upon tb say the wrong thing every time She it is who makes It her business to take a meek little wife to task for her hus bands shortcomings or widens a breach by telling both combatants their duty If only she knew how great is her conceit Most people find regulating their own lives so difficult that they are slow to think themselves capable Qfincludlngthe rest of mankind in their managing Seeing both sides Is wayiswho differs Arguing Is as futile as the fight with old age You might stand her better if only she were ever in the wrong To be able just once to convince the regu lator that her opinion unfounded we would cheerfully consent to be boss ed the rest of our days She would be easier to bear if her rulings were from the height olau periority Too often the director of the morals and manners of others is tat from being invulnerable herself Counterpanes Everr woman liKes to have dainty attactiYe looking beds but for the wotnan wjid does her own work and tie woman who mutt consider laundry 0J t t f w l THE WAY TO FUMIGATE dome Ptople Think Duty Done if f Sulphur Is Burned If you live In the country or where fumlIIgfor yourself Some persons think their duty done if a few sticks of sulphur are burned In a room even after such diseases as scarlet fever or diphtheria Unless properly used sulphur is quite inef fectiveThe room must be air tight This does not mean doors and windows closed but practically hermetically sealed If possible shut the windows so that they can be opened from the outside It makes it easier on the one who must open the room after fumigation Have on hand plenty of cotton bat ting cut Into strips three or four inches wide This should be stuffed into all cracks around the doors and windows and in the keyholes Cover a register or fireplace with unbleached muslin tacked or pasted tight over the opening to prevent the fumes from escaping An old fashioned blow er can be used in the fireplace if the edges are stuffed tight Open bureau drawers and closets and open and hang up bedding and any underclothing that zany have been in the room Toilet articles of silver or brass furnishings should not be used in a sick room as sulphur will ruin them If they have been used wash them oft carefully with carbolic acid solution or some other disinfectant and remove them before fumigating Buy rolled sulphur and break it into small pieces Every 500 cubic feet of air space will take about a pound and threequarters of sulphur Three pounds to a room ten feet will answerIsohaveTheironcan also be stood In a pan of water A small preserving kettle should be stood in a deep dishpan and both raised from the floor by inverted flow erpots or bricks alcohInvestigate at the end of a half hour for the sulphur may not have ignited Do not open the room for twentyfour hoursIf cannot get at the windows from the outside cover the mouth and nose with a damp cloth until the win dow is reached and have a strong draft blowing from the hall Let the room air for a day before using again and wash off the wood work and floor with a solution of car belle acid and water in the proportion of a tablespoonful of the acid to a gal lon of hot water For scarlet fever or diphtheria bedding should be burned orsent to be recovered All toys that cannot be washed should be burned and books as well Scarlet fever has been taken frpmbooks after twenty years Fresh paper should be put on the walls Book For Menus The various menus served at lunch cons and dinners are so soon forgotten by the hostess that she is often apt to repeat the menu for some of the same guests To prevent this the woman who entertains might buy a blank book and into it write a list of the guests entertained and the menu served together with a word or two about the decoratiods In this way she has but to look over the list to see what she served when certain guests were entertained After a few months or so the book would prove valuable for suggestions NEEDLEWORK NOTES The extremely large buttons used on coats and skirts have brought a new way of cutting the buttonholes for now instead of being just a straight slit vertical or horizontal they slant upward and the button is sewed so that the lower end of the buttonhole Just reaches This is quite an Improvement for buttons cannot easily slip out of these holes In replacing an old skirt braid or sewing oh anew one after the skirt has been finished try the following method Rip a place in the hem wide enough to insert a calling card and by slipping the card along between the outer and inner parts of the hem it will prevent the stitches from showing through on the outer side This is of special benefit when sewing on thin material There seem a great desire upon the part of all persons to again revive the pleasing art of hand embroidery as a proper and befitting trimming for waists One waist of taupe satin theInew shade of gray was made with a very plain front showing festoons of brick red flowers The pattern was somewhat scattered not the least corn pact and showed well upon the dull background The sleeves were treated in similar manner Here is an Idea for the inventive girl It comes from London and proves that the hatpin can be something besides a relic of the inquisition She Who likes an odd touch of color and of originality In her own handiwork can now mold sealing wiz hatpins Lovely new colors are now found in sealing wax sticks of exquisite hcr tensia pink emerald green lizard arecapl1Tatlngly modeled by the wearer s own fin gArs produce beautiful results and too- v are puzzling to the looker n who won tiers of what substance the hatpin heads are produced jlJ i1fJi ptIfft trI I WATCH OUR ADS I BEHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR 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 HEADQUARTERSCLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM rv AII =Wool Blankets o Sureenough AIlWpoI both the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statement We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BROS CO WEDDINGS I The prospective bride looks for a token If you were in her place you would At any rate it is customary to hand her a 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 re membrances Baldwin Bros JEWELERS AND OPTICI- ANSRUFUSRASTUS JOHNSTON BROWN I WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW GUARa11 COMES DOWN S11 THE Qti f BUY A HEATER F- ROMBUSH ON THE CORNER rFor I 1 Drugs I- GrapnopHones I KodaKs I Paints 8- e Stationary I and I Toilet Articles 8 goto I Winchester Drug Co1 I e THESTO EOFQUAUTYI B th Phones 4 JOn Mount Etna The characters of all the climates ot the earth can be detectedthe frigid close around one the temperate with its belt of trees just underneath and the tropical at the basis of tad mown taro with its vineyards and luxuriant groves The great oeen around with the islands of Llpari Panafi Aliened Stromboli and Volcano with their smoking summits appear under your feet and you ipok aopupon the whole of Sicily as vpo a map Ex cluing t I rt 1fy I 1Gas SIMPLE RELIABLE r ECONOMICAL i Sold Under a Positive Guarantee u WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAr GAS ENGINE MFG COJ INCORPOR- ATEDWINCHESTER KY r I Always the samesome times better Brown Proctoria HotelI Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for the money 1aas1sbaTHE 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 = i GILBERT SOTTO FO- EFresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK CALL ONr NELSON The Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 f Conkiriglit Transfer and Ice Ci j1 Crating Handling and Hating Fir 1 niture PlanosJEtCJi Specialty r JNO 19 North Main streetI MMMC WATER TAILORING CO M rc HMcKINNEY Props r Boftes Caned Pressui and guM- MY CUAMOfC JLND BYING X SriCULTY Orer a Mmrpfaja Store opp CoutHewM r 1 rI+ L +j Z tf a THE WIHCNESTER NEWSX TIE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 An Independent Newspaper Publislftd bycThe Winchester News Co r Incorporated Office South Main Street Bally Except Sunday imetered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of the j second class T SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered ffcr carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance One t year 300 tSix months 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91t WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1908 t + GOOD ROADS j tThe recent action of the Fiscal 0 fCourt in increasing the countys 4kbuilding appropri itioii from 1200 to 1350 per mile J3S a wise move There is nothing that makes for a countys prosper ity like good roads The farming i community of the United States is fijust be ecodlinomie value Ittook years of agitation and many organizations through the va i noun States to bring home to our people the value cf a fine road Our neighbor county of Fayette has fully t awakened io their value They have f now a serifs of pikes that are equal ly but by few counties in the entire country The trmer for years was satisfied to bring Lis product to the county seat ove villianeous dirt roads clouded with dust in summer and filled with mud autl mire in the win ter I We have fair roads covering near ly the opare county It should be the business of the Fiscal Court to f encourage in every way the few sec Lions than are not yet fully provided for and it eems to us that the re cent move of the court is a step in jjthe right direction j JTHE NEWS The XcwSis nothing if not pro gressive It has been received cor dially by the people of this city and county Its circulation is growing steadily No systematic canvass of either Winchester or Clark county has yet bevn undertaken And still the subscribers are pouring in We bean to think that we will soon have on our boks every home in Winches er and a large majority of the homes of the county f The News is trying to cover the focal field thoroughly We leave it Ito our friends and patrons to say r vow well we are succeeding We are also striving to improve the paper from day to day Our mechanical department now working smoothly and the circulation managers is get ting his delivery system in good working order Incidentally we ask every subscriber who fails to receive his paper promptly to notify the of jicc Call No 91 new phone and j the oversight will be corrected The News is also improving its outward appearance Its office building is now being painted And j ive hav Till other improvements un r der way But we shall let them rIeak fo themselves b MOUNTAIN TRADE y Vv The development along the line 1f- p t ptlic L E railroad h iist be f1 gun But for the financial panic of the past year that railroad would nave been extended for another thir x 0ty miles The surveys had been made and the right pjlway secured t TJiis railroadtiis one of the priav- tipal feeders fjr Winchester trade is uiieresfipg to Avatclrtlhe pjis scageis mschargipg atthe a pot of a Corning nnd flea ikg the city in vchu evening jFuJly eighty per cent of the bravelei isembark at Winchester lTrom Piixih vtrainifrpm the East Whiio 1the evening the same large unto iher take the cars East most of them yJpatled with bundles of goods of va- s tins kinds purchased here r t Y t e enrt jieonrage and buildup this traded It l is CI11ngou way riow The News Blends to do its part to cement stm Ji jEmrther the friendly wade relations v f v5 v j rVjw w ri J t ckii1f f y w rri- r etween Winchester and this section We will soon have agents and cor respondents in every town atdngthe line We will give to Winchester daily news of all this great section and will carry to it full accounts of all that riappenfih this city Lexington is strung to be the shop piLir ItEr of the Blue Grs3 Vin chester will be the shopping headquarters ot the mountain- sKENTUCKIANS SHOW 1r BRYAN A GOOD TIME I Democratic Candidate Makes Sally Across Ohio River Louisville Ky Oct 21 Passing In review before thousands of people along the line of march followed by a parade of many hundreds of marchers and speaking to more people than the sound of his voice could reach William Jennings Bryan made a brief sally south of the Ohio river The rally in Louisville was for Mr Bryan the culmination of one of the busiest days of the campaign and the out pouring equalled and possibly surpassed anything in the way of a demonstration the candidate has met with since he was notified of his nom ination From the time he left New Albany Ind just acrossthe Ohio river until he spoke of farewell Mr Bryan was the recipient of a continuous ovation Arriving in Louisville with the reception committee on special trolley cars Mr Bryan passed through an unbroken lane of people from the rivers edge until he reached Phoenix Hill park at the op posite end of the city seven miles away Arriving at Phoenix Hill park Mrl Bryan was cheered for 15 minutes and it was only with difficulty that the crowd could be induced to check the enthusiasm long enough to allow him to speak He found it necessary to deliver three addresses one to an audience that packed Phoenix hall another to an even larger crowd in the park outside and a third to the paraders massed In an open space near the park In beginning each of his three speeches Mr Bryan devoted considerable attention to the welcome given him He declared amid frantic yells that the turnout had been of such a size as to leave the Democrats no option but to make My Old Ken tucky Home the national anthem when they assumed charge of the ad ministrationMr main address empha sized two points He repeated his charge that the Republicans were ex pecting lo buy the election if pur chase was possible and declared that a high tariff was a breeder of panics TAFT SPENDS DAY IN WEST VIRGINIA People Flock to Towns to Hear Republican Candidate Parkersburg W Va Oct 21Taft day in West Virginia has been the Republican political eventofthe pres ent campaign in this state Judge Taft traversed its entire length from Mar tinsburg to Parkersburg and wher ever he stopped he was the feature of a demonstration in each instance carefully planned and which brought together many voters Special trains were run to many of tne towns in which the candidate spoke thus mak ing his presence available to resi dents from many parts of the state visitedWestern Maryland also had its share of the candidate who stopped in a number of the smaller towns along the Baltimore Ohio railroad and was given a rousing welcome in Cumberland where he addressed an audience which packed the largest meeting place in the city The Cum berland speech was the most extend ed effort of Judge Taft during the day He discussed practically all of the issues of the campaign and was given marked attention and demon strative approval The Parkersburg meeting however furnished all of the spectacular features belonging to a political rally There was a narade with many marching clubs in line representing political organizations from a number of nearby towns including those on the Ohio side 6f the river tJI I71avi G ve r men Rece l3t rlc fJ Washingtpn Oct21 7 he state went ot1 vejmpntr orfcs irons In iterrial revenue sources for jthe month of Sentembpr shows ar marled im Frey meat over August For the former month the total collections were 21X95956 as against 19094687 for August The returns from spirits alone for September show total collections of 10955050 as against 9 034511 for August Both months however are far below the normal the decrease for September being 1 221527 as compared with September 1907 For the last three months a decrease of 7262238 Is shown as compared with the corresponding period in 1907 This decrease Vis regarded ags almost wholly duetore cent temperance feglsltlonin many fitat f x L f tii t AMERICANSABE KEPT ON JUMP OJapanese H i iKnows Not the Word Rest it TOGO GIVES GARDEN PARTY 1 Two Thousand Guests Assemble at Shlnkjuhu Imperial Gardens Pre mier Katsura to tertain Officers of Fleet This Wtening Little Brown Men D efor w mer cans InI FifteenInning Bali Game pfcool children Cheer Yankee Tars Tokyo Oct 21The thl t day of the American occupation of Japan brought about every description of entertainment for the officers and men of the Atlantic fleet and the vis iting business men from the Pacific coast from an audience and luncheon with royalty to a baseball game be tween nines of the fleet and Keio university Luncheons garden parties earlY1Europeantheater parties all involving the careful distribution of invitations because occurring In half a dozen places at the same time kept the American qusyI600 men visiting this city daily but Yokohama is filled with bluejackets who are offered every form of enter tainment while large numbers of oth ers are visiting nearby points of in terest by means of special trains Up to the present time perfect or der has prevailed among the sailors on shore liberty despite their long whereItion with the utmost courtesy avoid ing any friction Todays program will bring together the largest gathering of inyited- guests both residents of this cltyand visiting Americans that has occurred during the reception when 2000 per sons will assemble as guests of Admiral Togo at a garden party The affair will be held at t e Shinkjuhu Imperial gardens In the evening Premier Katsura will entertain the American officers at dinner and fol lowing this will come the event of the weeks entertainment grand ball Other events of the day will be luncheons given by Baron Terauchi Baron Mitsui and a Japanese dinner at which Baron Iwasaki will be the host There will also be many other forms of entertainment which completely fill the day There is nordlmlnutlon in the pop ular enthusiasmrwith which the Americans are reeivedon the streets bearingIwhere for the officers ana men of the fleet and the most popular cry among the children of Japan is Three cheers for America The baseball game resulted in a victory for the Japanese team after 15 innings had been played The decision vof the Japanese umpire was questioned but gcodhumoredly ac cepted by the boys of the fleet Woman Nearly Buried Alive JEllls Kan Oct 21The timely in tervention of a physician who was not satisfied with the appearance of the body prevented the burial alive of Mrs Thomas Chapman wife of a prominent citizen Mrs hapmah was supposed to have died suddenly Sat urday last The body was prepared for burial but was not embalmed Just before the casket was sealed a physician requested permission to see the body After confirming his suspicions the woman was removed from the coffin and placed in bed While her heart is very weak It is believed Mrs Chapman will recover Robbed In Broad DaylightiChicago Oct 21 light robbery occurred at Halstead street and Washington boulevard when H P Stevenson was beaten to Insensibility by two highwaymen who then escaped with a satchel In which Stevenson was carrying 2000 to the bank A large crowd was col lected by the struggle but the assault and robbery was perpetratedso quickly that the robbers ju i a good start when pursuit began Chicago Defeats Detroit l Terre Hautev Ind Oct 21 Before crowd of more than 6000 the Chi DetroitCentral league park 7 t6 1 Before the dame Mordecal Brown was presented with an elegant silver service by the citizens of Terre Haute his home city Cobb carried off the batting honors with four singles in four times up McCarren Would Repeal Law New York Oct 21State Senator Patrick McCarren of Brooklyn said In ian interview that if the Democratic party were to win the comlngyBlectlon Jn this state so far as he personally was concerned he would repeal In a minute the racing law passed by the Jut sesslon of thelegt latureButne addei I can not speak for Clip 7i AvVt ktr k 1ft f y 1r tRHPARD STEWART CO Sl MaxwellBUSINESS busy man who demands best will appeal critical dresser- consertative style Grays Oxfords stylish Strip Brown effects 16 35 YOUNG MENS SUITS IN THE Most FREAKISH CREATIONS WE SOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU r i1I Come Pick em OutI WAVE TOPS Sensation Season Black forstreet babean assortment feetiWe you a good shoe for money or a btttershoe a more money Quality Style determine theprice Come look We to please yod if good shoes at reasonable prices Grover Soles Tender Feet We sell Manhattan Shirts Knox Stetson McCord Smith i Phillips Tapp Receives Notification Chicago Oct 21Sidney C Tapp presidential candidate of the Liberal party whose platform among other things demands womans suffrage was notified of his nomina tion ata meeting at Hull House in tbis city Mr Tapp whose nomination was made at a convention ldat Chattanooga Tenn in accepting the honor bestowed upon him by mem bers of the new party admitted that the campaign had been begun too late by them to admit of successful organization this year in a of Clews Opposes Guaranty Detroit Mich Oct 2LIn an ad dress before the Detroit chapter of the American Institute of Banking Henry Clews of New York strongly opposed government guarantee of systemIsIt should be by te IwmkJi of their owns ialtlatlte l 0f t l it k i t4 w c t Jfi fIy j t for the the to the in in and the ed to The of the All Colors Button and Lace Tans Kid and Metal wear Patent Kid and Patent Colt for dress We of styles and carry the sizes and widths to fit the can give little for little and X them over are sure you care for Soft for and Hats formally number states fc Gun Woman Dies Lighting Fire Cleveland 0 Oct 21An attempt to light a fire with kerosene cost the life of Mrs Mary Petlak inflicting burns upon her husband Lawrence from whichlie will probably die and came near burning their infant child asleep in an adJoIningQijopmi The bravery of John Dinji a boa a r wino took the little babe inhisarmsand leaped with it from a aecondstbry window saved its life tint atvlhe Ex pense of injury to himsafThechar red body of Mrs Petlak was taken to the county morgue while her hus band Dinjl and Lawrence Lokomn another boarder who sustalned seri our burns were taken to the city hon pltal COLORED CLUB The colored Republican Club will meel Wed6esday evening a heSkat ing Rink at eightVclock All votersr hreueqUoeted to be present fs we willdkcasbusirie6 of importance b k lO2n9r t J fti f Wi fi 1 r r 1I r jL i 1 t hot Soda l SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ILL SAYi f but we want YOU to come also then ypii will say it too Noth ing so invigorating and warming i these frosty mornings as a steamIing hot Tomato Hoij Chocolate or Hot Coffee at our fountain Martins Cook Drug J Company h To Whom Itl May Coneern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0 as we have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I am sure our service i andpoliteness will bring you back The quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctorlaBOTH Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager I HMPTOI Prnlftii f fafib THE Clark County National Bank MAIN STREET J ttttnehestef w ItntuekyI t Capital 200000JSurplus 100000 f UrullvidedF roflt 3aOOO inthooltyCollections made on all points and your aoIumnts solicited l Capitaltoorooo Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester Bank 0 WINCHESTERKY N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- AOOOUNTS RACKET STORE Buy Your Flower Pots and Jardiniirs from RAWLINSs j They are in all sizes f I Alse aPrettyline of t r Floor and Table Oil Cloths t T C RAWLINS County Larger Than State Although the New England states are small the average size of the counties is greater than in most of the middle western and southern states Worcester county In Massa chusetts is an example of an eastern county that Is at the same time large Iin area and very populous It ia larger than she adjoining state of Rhode iiVj z l fl r rj 1Ii p wz w f 6wT i wfIi r t Jt f I i C t f L h 4 t 1 r 7Ii r 4 4y r fTHE WINCHESTER NEWSK11 laaIETt D A R Conference The Daughters of the American Hevolution wil hold a conference at Lexington on Thursday and Friday The Lexington and Bryan Station Chapter3 tire putting forth every ef fort to make this reunion a most brilliant niTair Mrs Donald Mc Lean tlvj 1residentof the Daughters of the American Revolution of Amer iea will deliver a speech and will Be introduces by Miss Anna Chandler Goffwho i quite well known here On Tuesday opening an elegant banquet will be given The Sons of the Revolution have been asked to meet the Daughters of the Revolution and there will be about 300 guests Mrs T W L Van Meter goes as Regent from this chapter and Mrs Lucien Beckner as delegate Among others who will attend will be Mrs TJerin M Scobee Mrs W A Beatty Miss May Belle Field Miller Miss Ethel Garner and guest PERSONALS Col Tom Phillips is visiting his old honm in Jessamine county Mrs Sum Jett s at his goat ranch in Breulhitt coutiiy Wallace M Witt of Witt Springs Ivy is isiting Grant Witt of this city Miss Margaret Mackabee of Morehous Mo ias returned to her home glass Mackabee won many friends while visiting here Several socials being given in her honor Mr atd Mrs Ed Green returned Tuesday from their bridal trip and have takm rooms with the latters mother Mrs James Watts on West BroadwayMrs W Burgin was in Lexing ton Tuesday to see her sister Mrs Robert Vllis who is quite sick Mr E W Shackelford of Rich mond was in town Tuesday for a few hours He goes on to Louisville to attend the Grand Lodge Meeting of the Masons Prof M Riley fwyp cmfwypps rProf Shippk was in Frank fort Tuesdayon business 1 Clyde Danagh of Indiana is jfi town Miss Alice Biadley has accepted a position with Miss Rose Baldwin and wiil1rq very gad to see her many friends there Miss Anna Chandler Goff of Lex ington way a visitor in town Tuesday Mr Clarence Boswell is quite sick- a his home in ij cpuntry Miss Katherine Sandusky has returned ro her home in Lexington af ter a most delightfulvisit to Miss Florrye Smith x Miss IlL Stevr rt left Wednesday for Mt Sterling to attend the dance Wednesday night given by the Ster ling Dancing Glut qtr Mrs Sarah Feddiuord is visiting her daughter Mrs Rowland of Paris Mrs J E Gaiiskill and Miss Ger trude Price have returned home from a visit to Owingsille and Salt Lick Mrs W F Goodand Mrs Peinz of Louisville are visiting Mrs D WOwenRev Marshall Thomas andwife are visiting relatives at Columbus Ohio Miss Stella Bush is very ill with typhoid fever at her home on East Washington streettMrs M Goode who has been yis 4ting in Louisville for several weeks returned Tuesday to the home of her daughter Mrs D W Owen on Georgia street Mrs Laura Hamilton of Mt Ster ling earns down Tuesday imd spent the day with her aunt Mrs Will Jones Mrs Yvienn of Lexington is visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Sit Dinelli Mrs Lewis Hogan went to Paris Wednesday to attend the Golden Wedding of Mr and Mrs R M Rice We will offer this week seven tyfive odds and ends mens suits worth from 10 to 1350 for 5 s zes from 34 to 37 VIC BLOOMFIELD WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why rot use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal 1012tf I ARTIS TURNBULL ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL I DAILY j OF NEW MODELS IN SUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS r f Our Strictly Tailored Models Reveal in a Marked Degree that Indefinite Sompthing Galled Style Autumns Newest Textures IN HIGH GRADE SILKS AND DRESS GOODS We Invite You to Inspect the Seasons New est Ideas Weaves and Textures in Our Varied and Extensive Stock J I Cut HlaSSat Cut Prices i L tfl purchased aselec J r i7 t ion at bankrupt tsvi fsale while in NeW Yorkr r Mfs Ella W Haggard l r L d cJ 1 j 3 J J 00 7 iittz Char v r irIN1 CIothelHH iL21i IThere is an atmosphere about some turnouts that distinguishes them aso more than mere vehicles About some clothing there is the same character A tailor may take the t t same highgrade woolens and the same trimmings that are used ina Stein Bloch suit or overcoat and make you a suit that lacks this distinction which the material used deserves and which rightfully belongs to the customer The suit will wear but it will never be anything but a cloth covering On the other hand some tailors can give you the style and distinction that you demand but they charge heavily for this distinction The problem would be a pretty one for you to solve did not SteinBloch T tstep in to solve it for you Th are tailors for men and have concentrated their energies on making clothes as well as clothes can be made They have struck a golden mean of proven fashions of tested woolens pf smooth fit ot I style iproper 4 v I f HANAN AND WALKOVER r SHOES j Allan MrphY I FAKE STORY OF DESTITUTION Charitable People of Frankfort Are Imposed Uion By Tale of Woe The Frankfort ftews in its issue of Tuesday published a weird story of a Winchester famiiy of six walking from this city ti Frankfort andat the latter place asking transporta tion from the County Judge to- Worthviit The main feature about the story is that it is absolutely untrue The County Judge and char itable people of Frankfort have been imposed upon There is not nor has there bsen any family of the name of Nikirk in the c mnty There is no record of any such mortgage as told of in the story nor was there any such sale of encumbered property Besides no woman or children are even allowed to walk out of Winches ter The County Judge always takes care of them and sees that they have trans tr 1ioriQ de ritilt f imil- or indLict al 7se ei l1 1t d tosuf fer in iris county The storyin fAA Frankfort NewslS as follows The Story Weary and footsore Mrs John Nikirk a widow accompanied by her fiive childern four girls and one boy the youngest four years old arrived in Frankfort last night from Winchester t this morning appeared at the office of Judge Polsgrove where they asked for transportation to- Worthvillc where Mrs Nikirk has a TjrjaleY Wesley Fernell Tie destitute family Jiad made the entire trip horn Winchester to thqtyfivemworn put When they reached here u ti wt w f t j Had it not been that they found a charitable family in South Frankfort last nigh they probably would have been compelled to spend the night in the siren As it was however they were given a place to sleep and were furnished with breakfast this morningMy husband who was d farmer died about one year ago said Mrs Nikirk this morning He had been an invalid almost for some time before his death and when he died our small place was greatly encumbered with mortgages We were soldout a few dajs before we start ed for Worthville and today I have not a penny to my name We found the people we encountered along the road very hind and they assisted us very much Wltcn I reach Worth yule my brother will be able to as sist ine materially Mrs X kicks oldest daughter is nineteen years old and the next is fifteen years old She has another daughter who is nine years old and still another who is only six The boy is just five years old The mother and her two oldest daughters present a good appearance and do not appear to be people of the sal11thr4 u 9 b tie r1s the boy SpgI1JstiDg Judg olsgrpv upon hearing the stoiy of Mrs Nikl ikinimediately interested i himselfr in her case He made a trlp othe mrto ascertain whether a boat would leave Frank fort today on which they might em bark He was informed that no boat was going out to day the Georgia having broke her wheel yesterday He then returned to his office and turned the mother and her five chil dren over to Miss LuluRedding secretary of the Associated Charities of Frankfort Miss Redding inquired into the easel and made arrange meats for thee transportation of the family to their destination l LIVi4 r I x v w 1 ter s s STETSON AND NATIONAL- c- HATS I f You May Not Knowi when you should begin to wear glasses but it is better to begin too early than too late WE ARE PERFECTLY EQUIPPED TO INFORM WHAT IS BEST TO XL C H B OWEN Jeweler and Optician An Important Advantage The man who is a stepfather has one important advantage His wife cant set up the claim that the chil dren inherited all their disagreeable traits from him No Place for a Picnic A SIamese Jungle is described as a forest of fish books and knives laced together with barbed wire CLASSIFIED COLUMN ADVERTISING RATES Onehalf centper wordy per inser Eioa 5a4ce ntStperlltcalendnr month othipg cpunted less than 20 woo q 1tQnt Chnr ergon qsforlesll tlian2d c t r 010 FQ 0 NO i BiincJi of keys OvrneE can have same by calling at The News office and paying for this advertisement 1 1019tf WANTED To rent eight room house gas and water Most be centrally located Aldress Bro this office I 123t FOR REFfTrHouse for rent six rooms water and gas Apply A tul L ra J r r r1 l J rti iUseless Worry that a woman worries a great deal over the question of calling on another woman who doesnt care in the least whether she calls or trot Chicago RecordHerald r One Comfort for Johnny Yes said Mrs Lapsling Johnny tries my patience sometimes but I never spank him I dont believe in corpulent punishment I WANTED People who have rooms to rent board for sale or irko t want help to advertise in this col r nnin 10lStfl WANTED SEVANG I an prepared 4 to do all lands of dewing Ladies shirt waists and ehildrens dress b making a specialty Call at 234 S Highland street MRS J C LARY 1019ho WANTED Secondhand oHlaafe 1ioned brass ketilg Cheaprdress X News office 10126 FOR SALEFine French Telescope r t t Closel 10 Velies drawn out 29 in ches New tripod EverytKBg complete A b urgamU lip M iltr Ky telephone No 161 f t10 212t fJ tit t k a i 1 4a f 4 1 r I 4a J M afl 4r aI 1f1 T i Tub WINCHESTER NEWS O O iG OOOOOO I Younger Set I f 5 ROBERT W CHAMBERS I01By Author of The Fiihfin Chance Etc a 1 1 Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chambers GWl e ee uou want to Oh but you mustshe was now dismissing him because although I am convalescent I am a little tired and Ninas maid is waiting to tuck me no So you send me away Send you She hesitated de llghtfully confused in the reversal of rolesnot quite convinced of this new power which of itself had seemed to Invest her with authority over man Yes she said I must send you away And her heart beat a little faster In her uncertainty as to his obedience then leaped in triumph as he rose with a reluctance perfectly visibleTomorrow she said I am to drive for the first time In the evening I may be permitted to go to the Grays midLent dance but not to dance much Will you be there Didnt they Playing a siphon on a tall thin glass ask you I shall tell Suddy Gray what I think of him I dont care whether its for the younger set or not Good ness me arent you as young as any body Well then so we wont see each other tomorrow And the day after thatoh I wish I had my en gagement list Never mind I will tele phone you when Im to beat homeor wherever Im going to be But it wont be anywhere in particular be cause its Lent of course Good night Captain Selwyn Youve been very sweet to me and Ive enjoyed every single instant When he had gone she rose a trifle excited In the glow of abstract happi ness and walked erratically about I smiling to herself touching and rear ranging objects that caught her atten tion Then an innocent instinct led her to the mirror where she stood a moment looking back into the lovely reflected fcce with its disordered hair After all she said Im not as aged as I pretended I wonder if he is laughing at me now But he was very very nice to me- a a a a a a aJ x Selwyn was playing the fizzing con tents of a siphon upon the iced ingredients of a tall thin glass which stood on a table In the Lenox club tThe governors room being deserted except by himself and Mr Lansing Ee continued the animated explanation of his delay in arriving So I stayed he said to Boots with an enthusiasm quite boyish and I had a perfectly bully time Shes just as clever as she can be startling at moments I never half appreciated her dltIway a young at the door of the world and no mother or father to open for her and show her the gimcracks and the freaks and the sideshows Do you know Boots that some day that girl is going to marry somebody and it worries me knowing men as I do unless you should think of Great James faltered Mr Lan schatscbenthrough the world making matches for your friends If youare Im quitting you right here Its only because you are the de t4eentest man I happen to know said Selwyn resentfully Probably shed turn you down anyway Butandfiebrightened upI dare say shell choose the best to be had Its a pity though Whats a pity That a charming Intellectual sensl Vtive innocent girl like that should be turned over to a plain lump of a t WheniJ ton our sex said Lansing Ill walk home with you r As the two men entered their own door and started to ascend the stairs a door on the parlor floor opened and their landlady appeared enveloped in Ja soiled crimson kimono and a false j rout which had slipped sId fays s Theres the sultana whispered L naine aridshes making sib IanI IFr Ya WANT a cook t Yon WANT a situation t IYcJtrfJ1NT help fIx 4 L WANT to sell J Y lYJANT toQuy t J t Usc th THE classifiedNES t I Jr- 8 e guage at you Wigwag her Phil Oh good evening Mrs Greece Did you wish to speak to me Ohto Captain Selwynofcoursel If you please said Mrs Groove ominously so Lansing continued up ward Selwyn descended Mrs Greeve waved him into the i parlor where he presently found her straightening her front with work worn fingers Captain Selwyn I deemed It my duty to set up In order to inform you of certain specials dpins she said haughtily WhatMoings 1 he inquired Mr E rr slr Lastnight he evidentially found difficulty with the stairs and Vseen hIm asleep on the parlor sofa when J come down to an swer the milkman asmokhV a cigar that wasnt lit with his feet pn the angefusIm very very sorry Mrs Greeve he said and so is M Erroll He and I had a little talk today and I am sure that he will be more careful hereafter There is cigar holes burned into the carpet Insisted Mrs reeveand a mercy we wasnt all insinuated in our beds one window pane broken and the gas a blue an whjstlin streak with the curtains blowin into it an a strange cat on to that satin dozydo the proof being the repugnant per fumeAll of which said Selwyn Mr Erroll will make every possible amends for He is very young Mrs Greeve and very much ashamed 1 am sure So please dont make it too hard for him She stood little slippered feet planted sturdily In the first position in dancing fat bare arms protruding stainedIWith a soiled thumb she turned a ring on her third finger I aint agoin to be mean to nobody she said My gentlemen Is always refined even If they do some- tImes forget theirselves when young and sporty Mr Erroll is now abed sir and asleep like a cherub ice havin been served three times with towels extra Would you be good enough to morninIhanded the wadded and inky memo randum of damages to Selwyn who pocketed It with a nod of assurance There was she added following him to the door a lady here to see you twice leavin no name or inten- tIons otherwise than business affairs naturej halting short on the stairs Young and refined allowlh for a automobile ellISheshe asked for me he repeated astonished yourIsay that polite and ladylike and added Mrs Groove irrelevantly a art rocker- come for you too and another for Mr Lansing which I placed In your respective sewn rooms flOh said Selwyn laughing In re llefflits all right Mrs Greeve The lady who came Is my sister Mrs Gerard and whenever she comes you are to admit her whether or not I am here She said she might come again nodded Mrs Greev as he mounted anytimeuCertainly Thank you he called back And Mr Gerard too if he calls IHe looked Into Boots room as he passed That gentleman In bedroom costume of peculiar exotic gorgeous ness sat stuffing a pipe with shag and poring over a mass of papers pertain ing to the Westchester Air Lines prop erty and prospective developments Come in Phil he called outCland sentjCome Into my rooms when youre ready he said and dosed the door again smiling and turning away toward his own quarters As he lighted his pipe there came a hesitating knock at the door He jerked his hqad sharp ly The knock was repeated C Chapter 9 ELWYN walked swiftly to the door openbfull width and stood d stock still And Mrs Ruthven en tered the room partly closing the door behind her gloved hand still resting on the knob For a moment they confronted one another he tall rigid astounded she pale supple relaxing a trine against the half closed door behind her which yielded and closed with a low click At the sound of the closing door he found his voice It did not resemble his own voice either to himself or tc her but she answered his bewildered question Idontknow why I am Is ItsO veryidreadful Have IWended you c 1S fd11tn f jpPo e thatlmen cared about conventions v But why on earth did ypucome he repeated Are you in trouble I seem to be now she said with a tremplous laugh You are frighten lug me to death Captain Selwyn Still dazed he found the first chair at hand and dragged it toward her She hesitated at the offer then Thank you she said passing before him She laid her hand on the chair looked a moment at him and sank into it Resting there her pale cheep against her muff she smiled at him and every nerve in him quivered with pity World without end amen she said Let the judgment of man pass The Judgment of this man passes very gently he said looking down at her What brings you here Mrs Ruthven Will you believe me7 Yes Then itis simply the desire of the friendless for u friend nothing else nothing more subtle nothing fot of frontery nnothing worse Do you be lieve me 1 I dont understand Try too Do you mean that you have differed with Himr She laughed Hh no I was talking of real people not of myths And real people are not very friendly to me always not that they are disagreeable you understand onfc a trine overcordial and my most intimate friend kisses me a little too fre quently By the way she has quite succumbed to you I hear Who do you meanft Why Rosamund He said something under his breath and looked at her impatiently Didnt you know it she asked smilingKnow what That Rosamund is quite crazy about you Theres no use scowling and squar ing your chin Oh I ought to know what that indicates Ive watched you do it often enough but the fact is that the handsomest and smartest woman in town is forever dinning your perfec tions into my ears He drew up a chair seated himself very deliberately and spoke his un lighted pipe in his left hand UTheglrl I leftthe girl who left mewas a modest clean thinking clean minded girl who also had a brain to use and employed it Whatever conclusion that girl arrived at concerning the importance of mar riage vows Is no longer my business But the moment she confronts me again offering friendship then I may use a friends privilege as I do And so I tell you that loosely fashionable badinage bores me And another mat terprivileged by the friendship you acknowledge forces me to ask you a question and I ask it point blank Why have you again permitted Gerald For a moment they confronted one anI other to play cards for stakes at your house after promising you would not do soft The color receded from her face and her gloved fingers tightened on the arms of her chair That is one reason I came she said to explain You could have written- I say it was one reason The oth er 1 have already given youbecaus- eII felt that you were friendly I am Go on Please explain about GeraldAre you sure raising her dark eyes that you mean to be kind Yes sure he said harshly Go on You are a little rough with me Balmost insolent II have to be Good God Alixe Do you think this is nothing to me i this wretched mess we have made of life Do you think my roughness and abruptness come from anything but pItypIty for us both I tell you Do you think I can remain unmoved looking on the atrocious punishment you have Inflicted on yourself tether ed toto that for lifethe pBison of the contact showing in your altered voice and manner in the things you laugh at in the things you live fort thatlgets for you to worship Even if mireIour eyes and see straight and steer straight to the anchorage She had covered her pallid face with hnhdiHer gloved hand moving at random encountered his and closed on it convulsively bercpeatedIHead still sinking face covered with the silvery fur the tremors from her body set her hand quivering on his Heartsick he forbore to ask for the explanation He knew the real answer nJJhtsayandIhouse was lil1tpen s ganie and the guests his guests and that Gerald was only one of tbe n had 1yri akitr t J oeen In that house neededjthea big hard eyed woman who had alI most forgotten how to laugh until she diaImondand roll over at a nod she let him fol low her and since then he had become indispensable and had curled upon many a soft and silken knee and had sought and fetched and carried for many a pretty woman what she her self did not care to touch even with white gloved fingers What had she expected when she married him Only Innocent Ignorance of the set he ornamented could ac AUxe count for the horror of her disillusion What splendors had she dreamed of from the outside What flashing and infernal signal had beckoned her to enter What mute eyes had promised What silent smile Invited All skulls seem to grin but the world has yet to hear them laugh a a a a a a a PhilipYes tel did my best wwithout offending Gerald Car you believe me I know you did Dont mind what saidNno not now You do believe me dont you fYesdo Thank you And Phil I will try to ssteer straight because you ask ma You must I will It Is good to be here must not come again must I Not again Alixe On your account teOn your own What do I care I didnt know They say What he asked sharply- A rumor I heard Itothers speak of itperhaps to be disagreeable to me What have you heard Thatthat you might marry againWell you can nail that lie he said hotlyThen It Is not true True Do you think Id take that chance again eyen if I felt free to do it Free she faltered But you are free Phil I am not he said fiercely Nc suchcondUransa slap in the race of civilization Irr done forfinished I had my chance and I failed Do you think I conside myself free to try again with the chance of further bespattering my family Wait until you really love she said tremulously He laughed JncredulouslyII am glad that it is not true I am glad she saIduOh Phil Phil for a single one of the chances we had again and again and again And we did not know we did not know And yet there mere moments Dry lipped he looked at her and dry of eye and lip she raised her head and stared at him through him far beyond at the twin ghosts floating under the tropic stars locked fast in their firstcmbrace Then she rose blindly covering her face with her hands and he stum bled to his feet shrinking back from herbecause dead fires were flicker ing again and the ashes of dead roses stirred above the scented embers and the magic of all the east was descending like a veil Upon them and the phantom of the past drew nearer smiling wide armed crowned with living blossoms The tide rose swaying here where she stood Her hands fell from her therhadflowers now was filling fast and across It they looked at one another as though stunned Then his face paled and he stepped back staring at her from stern eyes ytheafter all1 And as the false magic engulfheaven where weve fallen There came a loud rapping at the doot ro be tlthiu d ANY WANT can Be suppMed in ThesNew a tdJGl rim A t i i L i o i yK You WANT TO SEE THE- 1 r SHOE STYLES STEE DOWN ON THE Corner of Main and Broadway f t MASSIE TneShce MarI I ROYAL BABY PLATE I Y4f THE RIM DOES IT No tray No pusher I 1WillNo spilling food TEACHES THE BABY HOW TO EAT I I I The Winn Furniture Co I EB J WHY BUY WATER From Oyster Dealers i F course when a dealer mixes fresh O water with oysters and prevails on you to buy it at the rate of from 300 to soc per quart HEmay be smart but arent YOU foolish Your water company will sell you water at a much lower rate Now if you want oysters only fresh pure natural flavor and solid meatsno wafer atallour Sealshipt Oysters fill the bill Telephone an or der or drop into our store TcE BARNES An Advance for Winchester haveJust installed at great expense oitf W new engine and other ttiachinery with which We are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for andbother motors f Letus give 3 ou estimates on this and allsotts of electric lighting I Remember that ejectric light is superior to all clean cheap comfortableotherconvenientever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Go INCORPORATED W P HACKETTTV GENL MGR P SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer Its Plane to be Seenq that builders and architects ap prove of our splendid lin 7of millwork for it is the oftenest recommended for use in the best built residences It is our Boast that none can beat us in solidity of work and artistic design We supply both hard and soft woods or but all without the slighest im perfection Easy prices too i i Rough and Dressed Lumber i r kp COB E SON COr Xi INCORPORATED rr 0 A o r J THE WINCHESTER HEWS J Winchester Lumber Company= p- Mfg A BAD PLAN OF The Scheme That Worried One Woman on Her Trip Abroad When I hear of people joyfully mak ing plans for their first trip abroad said a man who has many a voyage I am tempted to give them a little bit of advice based of course on my own observations particularly upon a remark made butI me by a middle aged woman t seat in the saloon was next to mine on my return trip last summer This wo man had myiquestionshe had been reIptrying to keep track of uIt developed that JohnInot over what John PeJlcaPitalsbut simply related to tlidifficulty each had In meeting the other after pursuing their several ways in a strange city she to browse among the shops and he an inveterate sightseer to visit this that and the other spot of interest Their general scheme as I was Informed was to di verge say In the morning following their respective bents and arranging f certaintimeIs experimental and as both of them found it was an experiment that didnt i work well First one would be delayed and then the other and if you have ever waited for a person In a foreign city you can appreciate the particular variety of anxiety that comes In about ten minutes Theres a something has happened to the missingI person for one thing and for another theres an Increasing realization that you yourself are wasting time If you- start out to look up the delinquent the case becomes practically hopeless The needle In the haystack is easy com- paredy to that search When the re union does come at dinner time in rt hptel or pension explanations are ceIved with tears or haughty disdain Oh I know Ive been through It New York Press L t A Kalelclogcape of Fashions Foi ffly part I commend a qulc changing fashion and could I have chosen my period would have fixed o- nte fickle years of the first empire When fashions shifted from week to ek and that too with such fin sljades of difference that only the mos frivolous could follow them Then the great conqueror brought to Paris finery from the ends of the earth muslint from India garlands of roses fro Bengal stuffs shining with gold an silver from Cairo from Turkey o fbei course turbans and from the far shawlsshawls from Kashmir from Persia and from the Levant particolored blue bright blueand re and green and black and the clear yellow of the sun shawls patterned with nil the interfacings of Asian ca price and fit not only to hang from th shoulders of the fair but to give Coquette of eastern fancy day long long of the orient From the P all time as well as all the ea was then Napoleons came the of the troubadours chapeaux a Cr neaux sleeves a la mameluk cheveux x a lenfant lending to a very modern period who can say what charmin- Gothic airs How do not such revolu- tIons of fashion enlarge the feminine heart and teach it to live In all ages and all climates Lucy M fcttnne n in Atlantic f fhe Adored 6n flaconflrnted bacfceldrv in fiiet fcfe attitude townie vromen j t that of aT mysogynist H18 ideal bete nolig lsatfew l1tfqWaintAn e M ulster Miss Bant He met her in tHe street the ttlzhe flay and seeing nbtvayotit ft Vt stop ped ands otb i Ne iSr how h teas b tW1ij dsaid You see7li v i ftupied Ah I knowI You re qtftfeing of the one you adbflev 1 dote ta6 nuhis itlff joinderYou VJarit deceive me I know YiP are in love Besides your sIS- ter showed me a photo of the object of your devotion only last night It Isnt a type I admire But there everyone to his taste I wont tell anyone Goo by And before he could reply she was none When he reached home he said to his Ister What girls photo did you snowMlss dank last night Not any The only photo I showed der was one of yourself Then it fawned upon him what Miss Blank was driving at London Scraps r Jt icf 1 t BUSY BUILDERS i vofte rini inert of lumber iuppliefr because thy fail to Mleot thorougHr iy reliable dealeror one who doesnot carry lajcgis enough stock By making lumberIi with the Winchester Lumber Mfg t Co effluent service is guaranteed We ydeal in the best grades of hard and soft woods lath shingles hard wood floor ing etc thoroughly seasoned Sty IMOOFf TRAVEL transatlantic t GLOUCESTER The Greatest Fishing Center In tht United States Everything smells of fish in Gloucester It Is not an odor to which any of the natives object Nor do visitors find In It anything of which to com plain for It Is the pungent ozone of the caughtIpreaching three centuries ago it has always had fishing for its chief Indus fishiworld When a two masted schooner laden to the gunwales with Its cargo of fish carIand who can make the quick cuts and do the scraping with incredible speed Running to each tub is a hose and aft er the waste has been removed an inI s tantcter from the hose cleans out the fish completely and makes It sweet and ready for the next step in the operation Codfish is dried and salted be fore being sent to the market and the work Is also done on the wharfs Here are ranged hundreds of tables exposed to the bright sunlight Thej cleansed fish are piled up in manner that the warm rays get a most admirable chance at them packIingthey are made ready to be shipped to all parts of the world Springfield Union y INSOMNIAir Curious Way In Which It Affected Womans Imagination doemwoman the patient in the next room to mine No 22 dpesnt keep quiet at night I must change my room or leave the sanitarium altogether herkShe has one of these squeaky old wooden bedsteads and every time she turns over it awakens me Last Right she did nothing but toss to and fro oftIll see to that at once he assured her A woman In your condition cer must have absolute quiet at 22dbetter for her anyway The next morning the nervous woman appeared in the consultation radiantdHow did you sleep asked the doc tor Perfectly she replied Im so greataI know It Would he said gravely truthrth becausehe In Asen occupied at night foe three weeks The roesf Pleasantbb home in New York recently had to employ a nW fcecoftd girl whose work she liked tyft tffcse blunt and forbidding man lieI use eked not at all She talked to girl and urged her to be pleasant tdkgreeable hen yer8be had to say anything to people particularly Visitor rA tree surprise for the mistress fob dtbfs admonition Phe bet day attende the floor and she epened it justaa her mistress tray paasia through the hall To the astonishment and bewilderment of the latter ith girl reached out tike catch actuallyreflrafged hit nsIdo th floor expressing her pleasure at seeing her and then hastened to announce the call to her inIatrMg New York Suni The Excitement How fast do you usually travel I dont pay much attention to that answered the 1n tor1stUI get most of my excitement in watching the rapidity Wlth lfhTch pedestrians moY eutol DYWit Washington Star TPVirftnine Nerves STfcerearfe iervous Women there a fcype errtilis women But women so wtrotis ih t the continual rustle of a flk Skirt niakgs them nerPOUSn tliereJirfen wjeB so nervous as the 1VeUtJ1gton Late r4 l Ji tJ Y T OUR EARLY STATESMEN Monroes Expansion View and Madi sons Population Guess Some of our early statesmen were not expansionists Washington was opposed to assuming the ownership of the Mississippi river and James Mon VirgIniaIgeographical reasons Consider he said the territory lying between the Atlantic ocean and the Mississippi Its extent far exceeds that of the German empire It is larger than any territory that ever was under any one t government It is too extensive be governed but by a despotic mon Ito And this from the man who years later was elected president of the United States extended far be yond the Mississippi and who became the author of the Monroe doctrine A year after the adoption of the constitution James Madison thought he was making a bold guess when he estimated that the population of the- ountry might in some years double in number and reach 6000000 He lived to see far beyond that Yet it theIo thirteen colonies In 1789 when the constitution was adopted New York city had 33000 inhabitants Philadelphia1L000 000 Providence 10000 Hartford 8000 Pittsburg 7000 Cincinnati 7000 and St Louis 3500 Chicago was but a fort and Indianapolis was an unbroken wilderness The country was not crowded yet Exchange CONSOLATION The Musician Reminded the Poet of the Case of Guarnerius The musician with a compassionate smile watched the poet trimming the fringe from his cuff After all he said your verse may live when Marie Corelli Winston Churchill and Hall Caine himself are forgotten Remember the case of Guarnerlus Who was hehe poet asked uA pauper and a violin maker Guarnerius in the seventeenth century made violins that everybody thought too thick hence they brought only 2 apiece Musicians would buy them and have them pared down Guarnerius insisted that they were not too thick When he heard of one of his Instruments being pared down he flew into a frightful rage He had a grouch against the world because it wouldnt agree with him about violin making He died a pauper because the world would have none of his violinsA is now and then to be picked up Usually it is a pared in strument and its value is not very high But find an unpared Guarnerius and you can get anything you like for it It is one of the worlds few per fect violins But Guarnerius died a pauper The Hall Caines and Winston Ghurchills bf the violin world of his day refused with sneers to drink with him He too trimmed his cuffsLos Angeles Times Fascination of an Old Bookstore There seems to be a fascination about an old bookstore that some persons find It difficult to overcome observed the proprietor of one of those establishments While we have a large number of good patrons there are some who delight to come in and Just pore over old volumes I have seen men stand in this store and prac tically read u book through in an aft ernoon They seem to forget their surroundings for the time being and when they emerge from their abstrac tlon they are apt to observe that they have just been looking over the boon and ask for some volume that they are quite sure Is out of print Yes sir the old bookstore is a free library In away but It is an interesting business and fairly profitable Philadelphia Record Fake Remnants A country storekeeper a pair of long bright shears in hand calmly cut a roll of silk into remnants Women he explained to his city cousin are remnant mad There are women who never buy except at rem bea a and snap up the same goods In rem nant lengths at 30 cents rereOlttheThe oecoPanonLos Angeles Times t f s 6 i i j YOUfKCUPAQAINSTITIr j hard problem if Usaveg Jew dbli- hrs 1outrv to get handsome interior t wood work out of inferior lumber The carefully selected soundly seasoned hard wood we Supplyforthispartof house construction will be a source of gratification to you the longest day you live Your satisfaction will not be essened by our pricing nay on unurcn jjoor A curious custom Is annually observed at Old Weston church on St Swith ins day The church Is dedicated to St Swithin and on festival day the church is strewn with hay Many years ago some donor left a field to provide money for bread which is dis tributed four times a year The tenant of the field has to supply the hay to strew the church The custom is sup posed to have orglnated from the fact that on festival Sunday the parishioners wear new boots and the idea of the donor was to have the hay laid down to stop the squeaking incidental to new footwear London Standard Ancient never give credit for the jokes IYOU responded the editor of the Punkville Palladium I dont know whom to give credit to Noah failed to carry those records into the ark Louisville CourierJournal He Apologized Henry aged three was left alone with his threemonthsold brother His mother hearing the baby cry returned to find out had happened Oh said Henry I choked him a little but I asked him to scuse me DelineatorWholesale Wealth tHe is not rich as wealth is meas ured today Measured eh murmured an elder ly philosopher I guess thats a mod ern term They used to count the money in the old days Philadelphia Bulletin The Bachelors Button What is a bachelors button One that aint there Cleveland r that your with rush FENCE is in order with us if you intend iia fence we can help you if jon j sell us size will figure t lumber you and give yon h closeh estimate on what your fence boose barn and other buildings will cost yoult Let us hear from you if c made other what J Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 agojustsion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number ofour t depositors and in the volume ofour business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us attenion to all business l J M HODGKIN Cashier J L Presidentt B COCKRELL Vice President IHlG i1 ADE PHOTOGRAPHYIi Remember h gh grade fotografs and portraits make appropriate Xmas presents Place orders EARP The Artist now and avoid the during the holidays TALK build Jor the We out the for yon intend building Personal BROWN DONT FALL IN with the popular error that because we are a home concern you cannot do as well here as a hundred miles proveitplasteryou will be more than satisfied ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER our motto e The WINNMARTIN COAL h SUPPLY CO t INCORPORATED Ramsey Transfer Co Hauling of All Kinds Furniture Moving SpecialtyfHOME PHONE rJ i JOB PRINTINGI I Our facilities are the best in Eat i f em Kentucky for turning out high class Job Work at reasonable pri ti Ceslc s t Lawyers briefs and all kinds t book work promptly and accurateOi ci r f re ly attended to 1 tj WPGive C r T j some work for you u isi 4 The Winchester News INCORPORATEDt t i VV INCHESTE KY 2 II ii c L aI c j t iC i r t f J t L I t rr 1 jJw- THt I I WINQHESTEN MEWS t i r Dont Strffer1 with Indigestion and pay liiiiiecessary doctors bill Eby a1lowingyourself t and family to eat impure foods when the best can be ha at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for your inspection Fancy Prunes 12 l2c 15c and iOc per lb Fancy Muir Peaches 15c and 20c per ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20o per lb Werepresent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention ROUNSAVALLjSole agents for Ferndell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices Lard and Sausage Red Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bells Flowers r MASQUERADE FORV HALLOWEEN NIGHT v Auditorium Will Glve Three Prizes Rinl tolbe Profusely Decorated The Ek ling devotees of this city are beginning to look forward with great pleasure to the approaching Halloween night The manage ment of the auditorium arearrang ing for a big masquerade party o that night and tnere is a great deal of interest in it already a There will be three prizes given one for the most graceful skating couple one for the one wearing the most unique costume and one fo the most comical costume Jac what the prizes will be has not bee announced but they will be wel i worth trying for The hours of skating for th night will be from 7 to 1130 OCloc WItri autumn leaves flowers and othpforms of decoration especially got r ten up foi the occasion- REGISTRATION DAYS Monday and Tuesday of next week will be supplementary regi tration days for those who were unable to register on the regular day on account of illness or absense from the city This will be the lastchance if you want to vote in the Presidential election v SPECIAL JUDGE Hon Clay McKee of Mt Ster ling has been appointed by Govi Willson Special Judge to try the three Watson brothers charged vith murder III the Breathitt Circuit Court lodge McKee came down from Mt Sterling Wednesday after noon and took the L E train for Jackson The trial is set for Thurs day HOPE fOR SHOWERS To Extinguisn Forest Fires In North ern Michigan Counties Sault Sie Marie Mich Oct 21 Hundreds residents of this district who have been fighting forest fires are depending upon showers predicted I to give inuchneeded relief A4O mile gaTe spread the fire in all direc tions It Js reported that Sugar IsI nd which has a population 1000 people is ablaze almost fro one end to the bother Near Deto u1 16 square miles have been burned over Crlad k g4 Ec erman Spelldrake and Whitefish Point are surrounded Brimlejr bad a narrow escape but Lflres were driven back after one bull ing in the village was destroyed t Relief Is In Sight Washington Oct 21The chearin neWs that the end of the forest fires now raging In the east is in sight w announced bV the weather burea- Out J along the southern edge of t Rocky mountain states a storm scheduled to appear today and it will move northwestward attended rains in the valleys of the central states Thursday and in the Atlantic states Friday or Saturday VL SENECA VQTES4VET r fcy Majority of 1400 Several pryt jTiffinVQted to retain saloons by a majority j estimated at 1400 A number of town beenidryabout 1200 and Fostoria gave a dry majority of only 50 There are 63 saloons and two breweries in county r Raspr Held to Court Medina 0 Oct 21 Guy held for the murder of Ora RasorI sweethearts ion the road near worth on tKe night of Oct w- bound over to the grand jury on t charge of first degree murder by Jus tice Van Beusen Rasors preliminary r V hearing began Monday The defense y alwatYs been devoted to the dead girl a that he had no cause to kill her e states strongest evidence was L tracks left in the dilst of the road thy the iorsevand buggy whith ca tho girl to the place where her rriedt was founds The tracks tallied the peculiar shoeing of Rasors horse VV1ii if I CINCINNATI CATTLE MARKET IS STEADY CINCINNATI 01 Ob 20 Receipts uid shipments of live stock at the Cincinnati Union Stockyards were I Cattle Hogs Shee Receipts 383 4277 Shipment 290 1755 Cattle Good co steady common 1alld medium slow and weak pers 4oU53f extra 550 5G5 butcher steers extra 475 485ght1 to choice 004G5 3i5jheifern e f 2S53GQ common to fair 100 cp 275 garages 100200 bulls steady bolognas 3005350 extra 3603G5 fat 325365 mile COvfJ voo i to steady others wed rand dui strongSt tncommon an large JoO700 Hogs Quiet Packers and butchers pikPachked ackers rrd butchers 5005GO stags i0431 common to choice heavy fat sows f350485 extra 490500 light shippers 440 475 pigs 110 Ibis and less 325 430 extra heavy 440 3G537s5 cometao to fair J 5290Lam s Steady extra 5GO good to choice 500v i550 common to fair f40 i475Jculls 200300 CHICAGO MARKETS4 CHICAGO Or 204Catle Ke c its about 90t 0 Market weak feeevcs S32oO Texans 325 4GO vresteniers 300575 stockera and feeders 260450 cows mIll Heifers 150520 cal vas i6000850 Hogs Receipts about 23000 Market weak to lower Light 1900550 mixed 5105525 heavy 510590 rough lQ52b Choibcc heavy 5 255590 j igs 300480 SheepRcceiptNative 20i0 western 240 450 yenrlings 430510 lambs 75570 wes crn 375580 WHEAT AGAIN RISES CHICAGO MARKET fINRange of Futures ol fmWHEAT Open Hi rom 984 99 IDec oil 02d8 IiLow Close 98g18 71 lJ 011 4 1 oiys asJnly r i612 97 Rigish 1 buLow Clo 63IS BRING GOOD PRICES GEORGETOWN Ky Oct 21 The 2yearold Billy Burke w h made 2 103 record at LexinbgE o last Thursday has been by his ort ersJThacker and Hugh V cityforthPARTS Ky Ct 21Through deal conummatedlast night by long distance teephoie Horn J II Wopdjoixl sold to Ed Alvey of Lo isville Pjnkola for 6 000 and Pnend Harry for 8000 VENISONawe have just slaughtered several fine Angora goat and are now ready to supplour customers with fine yenison GILBERT BOTTO nd10202tThats Different whothow to do itfn r I t v LENA RIVERS AT THE VUOUSEdMlss Beuah Poynter Makes Hit Be fore Large and Enthusi astic Audience Miss Beulah Poynter delighted a large audience at the Opera House Tuesday evening by her winsome personality and by the ease and grace with which she filled her role of Lena Rivers This drama is from one of Mary J Holmes popu tar novels Miss Poynter adopting her own dramatization of it Tle drama is an oldfashioned love story taking place about the time ofthe Civil War and while it does not deal with slavery it shows up the great difference of the peo pie of the north from those of the southIn the first act we find Lena counp7try town of Massachusetts living with her Granny Nichols loved by all the country folk and ignoranceIn the remaining scenes she ap pears in dear old Kentucky in the home of her rich cousin who by her unkind ness and jealousy caused Lena much unhappiness The weakness of her father who is not anltroubles but the plot works out to a final happy solution and as the haPPildy afterwards t The play holdsthe interest of the Miae Poynter is assisted by a strong com pany The elaborate and appropri coQS tumes add much to its enjoyment s MORE GOon WISHES EDITORSIThe Winchester News published Winchester and The Frankfort News published at Frankfort are the latest additions to the list of daily newspapers in Kentucky The Winchester News is an mcle pendent newspaper and it starts out with a good showing both in its news and advertising columns It is a very creditable paper for a town the size of Winchester and apparently it has n good field There is no doubt that a liver uptodate newspaper is a great advantage to a community goood wishes l to Winchester and i lively afternoon paperI The Frankfort News is well gotten up and it shows the hand of experi enced newspaper men It is as good nn afternoon paper as Frankfort i s likely to support If the News is not asiiccess its failure can not be attributed to any deficiency in the paper The Gazette aishes long life find great prosperity to both of its new contemprirarks Kentucky Evening Gazette We arc just in receipt of the in itial number of the new Daily just launched at Winchester Ky entitled proam g pap r the State Subscription 300 the daily cvjept Sunday =The yearI taineer The Winchester News the ire daily paper of that city was issued Monday and is a well gotten up and ably edited sheet a credit to its pro moters audio Winchester Mr Sterling SentinelDemocrat The Winchester News made its 8first appearance last week and came p to the highest expectation of all prosem s es ments as such 3xneighbor city on a newspaper and the publishers Uponso newsy and at tractive publication Richmond Climax begunnavenuue North Park FINE STONE WORK The beautiful stone worn that being done at the entrance to the Matlacktt fi residence in the south end shows what our native rock is capable of under a skilled mechanic Mr John Kavanaugh is doing the work Two columns of circular range work are located one on each side of the driveway The cap ngtiSbf especial beauty and design His Usefulness Gone Country Doctors Coachman horse that has stopped at house former patientGo on you fooL Hes dead London TltBlt v br it Sarii-Htaire WHERE CLEANLINESS IS VALUED the old complicated cc germy wooden beds have given way to the simpler cleaner and far more beautiful Sanitaire Beds the beds in which everY point is open to fresh air and sunlight and in which dust cant col getalongf T1ADEQ ilrr I-o 1I Q 01ro 0 GOpFtANTEEp S 1i1EN yEAJS All physicians urge thdr use Their finishes arc beintlful hard and smooth Snowy White and Sanitaire Cold and scores of others Their exclusive designs are artistic full of trace and J i orJrinahty WHY NOT PREVENT SICKNESS I Trade your old wooden bed or rive it swap v Call and tee these Sanitaire Beds You are welcome whether you buy or not Youll want a Sanitairc Guaranteed Bed some day Vs txirastrc Sanitairc Beds for ten Iong years service HALL ECTONFURNITUREUNDERTAKING Foot Balls THURSDAY OCT 22nd RICHMOND TIGERS vs- WINCHESTER GIANTS AT EVANS PARK Game foiled at 3 P M Everybody Come ADMISSION 15 CENTS itADDITIONAL SOCIETY Mr A M Poster of New York was in own Weniesday Mr iiul Mrs AY W Howe who have been keeping Olympian Springs are stopping a few days with Miss Mary lienaker before going to Mid dhsborongh Mrs S V Alexander and childre turned Tuesday from a weeks visit in Lexirr ton t Mr A J Read of Louisville came i ill Wednesday at noon to be the guest of Messrs Tom and Johns Weather Mr and Mrs J M Foure of Cia cim ltiare here looking around in pur vfuh awake town They want to locate where they can have a strictly uptodate restaurant and we feel they could find no better place than Winchester Miss iebecca Gaitsldllhas return ed to her home in Lexington after 4 most delightful visit to Miss Florrye Smith Dr J L Weber of Mt Sterling was a visitor in town Wednesday Mr Herbert B Scrivener is in Cin cinnati on business for the firm ACTRESS SUFFERS DURING THE PLAY Miss Beulah Poynter is Assisted By wPhysician While on Stage Very lew if any of those in the audience that witnessed the performance of Miss Beulah Poynter last night at the Opera House iii Lena Rivers will believe that at the time she was playing the part of Lena with her many happy as well as sorrowful moments she was suf feting almost beyond human end r ahce from the effects of an opera tion that was performed some weeks ago At two different times during the performance a physician had to be called on the stage to give her a hyperdermic to strengthen her so that she could play out her part saidJhe never saw any one in lis life suffer as much as she didnd still be able to hide tas well allhe did on isthe staT e QUARTERLY COURT The regular quarterly court that was in tension Tuesday adjourned Tuesday night after disposing of only two cases The cases that were disposed of were small ones and in neither case was there an amours involved exceeding ten dollars rWe will offer this week seven tyfive oddsrand ends mens 1850oftrr m VIC BLOOMFIELD r rf J rut 1 find itori inn Best iINkin the Blue Grass iThe skating season is now open and the rink is crowdednightly During October we will be open Afternoon 2 to 51 Evening 7 to 10 Get ready for tHe Big HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE Prizes will be announced later Any lady or gentleman who has not skated andwho desires to taughtfreebetween sessions Auditorium A Word of Wisdom people are always happier for theha20 years hence by the memory of ItSIdn- ey Smit TRMNSCHDDIJLEq t 0 Passenger trains leave Winchester ai follows O O EAST BOUND mNo r No28 Dal Ex Sunday 630 pmNo 24 Daily 925 pm C 6 WEST BOUND No ZL Daily Ex Sunday 622a m No 5f Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND miNo9 Daily Ex Sunday 6 27 p m No 31 Daily 1109 Pi m L N NORTH BOUND mNoNo 82 Daily 250 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m- No4 Daily 813a m L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am NO3 Daily 620 pm Lexington Eastern Ry Co Time Card In Effect Tune 21 iSOS No4BdSTv MWinchesterL d Is junction 320 520 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 4SO 928 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 986 BeattTville Junction 510 1017 587 1045 O K Junction 605 1115 rJakeen 610 1120 No I YO5 WEST BOUND SatriEzSun Mtv705Athol754Torrent826Campton 854ClayL E Junction 900 507 934 9t6SrTHE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY- L A E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 WIn Nt3tcrllng 4i11passengers to and frem Campton Ky Beattyvllle Junction Nos 2 aad4 will forBeattyville0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O K Railway fOr Cannel City Ky and way stations J B BARB General Manager CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT L JOUETT 4 Attorneys At LawiWinchester Ky J M STEVrrSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main S WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNERr Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUciH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches rJ Ky PRoW C WORTIilKGTON 3mp m and 7 to 8 p m New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky Now Is the Timei As this is an off year we are not over run with 10hoursyou would bring your work to us now while we can easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves and customers Do not wait until times get goodand we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work Agriculturalist waiting for the good times that are sure to come soon after the holidays Do not put it off because it is small We do not like small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself Rememher you do not have to go to Cincinnati Specifications WhiteMetalt I tWeare bents for Structuralteel of all shades an dI r v I Eagle Casting COINCORPORATED F G CORNELL t eDlManaer tt f t Jf t c r