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T kA 5 J r ALL THE 013 WORU OFWINCHESTERrCLARK KENTU- CKYTHE COTY WINCHESTER NEITfj III VOL 1 NO 11 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908 lf 2 CENTS A COPY 10 GENTS A watt I LARGE GLISTEN OF DEMOCRATS jI i TO CAMPAIGN ORATORY J Cql Room isPackedm Ham Lewis Takes dales otero and Cannot Be Here IJ The Circuit Court room was pack ed Friday afternoon to hear Ex Lieut Gov Thorne and Hon Mark Smith of Arizona speak in the in terest of the Democratic party Hon J Hamilton Lewis who was to speak could not be here on account of be ing celled in tofill some engagements for ill Kern Vice Presidential can didate who was called home on ac count of the serious illness of one of his children His place was filled bv Mr Smith who was the first to take the floor Mr Smith was for s Vlmerly a Kentuckian but has resided West for several years He was introduced by Hon James S AVinn His address was not a leng thy one but it was wen received He + snoke in as follows 1Mr Smiths Speech My country men J When I was no tified in Chicago last night to come io Kentucky I felt that there was no other ulace in the wprld that i would rather go to than here unless it was dear old Cyuthiana my old home 9 t rThere is no place in the United States that the people are more like Irishmen than Kentuckians Where ever you go and find them you find them united and trying to protect the name of Kentucky This election means more than anything else to us The Republi cars are building up everything that f abbsolute prohibitive tariff has been the fa mother of trusts Take for instance the steel trust iron trustsall the products made in this country are sold from 10 to 40 per cent cheaper in Russia than they are at home onras etc that is the same way Only Five Millionaires 1 can remember when there were only five millionaires in the United States and now there are four or I five in each trust and the trusts are trying to keep themselves in power bye buying the election and expect to get it back afterwards We know there is a successor to the Czar of Russia and we know that i Mr Roosevelt nominated Mr Taft to succeed him and that Taft had to read his letter to the President be fore he gave it out to the American people He took up the appropriations and said that 241000000 more was appropriated by the last Con rresb in the time of peace than was appropriated during the Civil War He wound up by asking those who had wandered from the Democratic fold to return as did the prodigal r son He said that the good people from Arizona who were trying to get into the Union wanted to scca change in the administration Mr Smiths speech interspersed with enthusiastic applaus- ei J Thorne Speaks ExLieut Governor Thorne was introduced by Capt Hathaway He was greeted with applause Gover= nor Thorne said he wished he couldx impress the importance of the com ing election on all He hoped that you all present will appreciate the fact that you have only one chance every four years to vote and if you do not embrace the opportunity it will be your fault At Frankfort we adopted the merry go round system You ride the horse this time I will ride the mule and change from horse to mule the next time etc and the people would not stand fox it It was not the Re r publicans electing their ticket They L could not elect a ticket in Kentucky l butitwas the Democrats It was the r i ranee way tivith tie Fed al Goverzt t ment with Roose yeltat the head i 3hepeople were rJt going to stand ti rooor 4 for it either for BLpar isure to be- c electe- dIns Tifr Th6rhe was still speaking when our forms were closed Editor i A much needed improvement is being J made along the Bush nroperty j on Winn avenue The old brick pavement has been removed and anew one made of concrete a r i Jt I 6 I 4 FOR THE UPBUILDING AND EASTERN A tI r I Xf X Ili speakinD r 4 BASEBALL FANS HAVE MEETING Decide to Incorporate the Club Shares May Be Taken By Any Citizen The meeting of the baseball fans held at the Court House Thursday night was a large and enthusiastic one There was no business of any kind transacted at the meeting All that was done was ah explanation of the National protection that the club has now and a brief outline of the clubs plans for next year The plavers for the team next year have been practically selected and will ibe signed up some time in the near future A good many of the fans who at tended the meeting last night includ ing two lady enthusiast voluntar ily subscribed for stock in the club The owners of the franchise will in corporate as the Winchester Athletic Association and stock will be sold for 10 per share The stock can be subscribed for now from H H Phil lips and paid for any time up to May 1- THOMAS IS 10 SPEAK ON NEXT COURT DAY Democratic Candidate For State Sen ate to Address Clark County Voters Hon Claude M Thomas of Paris Democratcandidate for State Sena tor from this the twenty eight sen atorial district will speak at the Court House here next Monday in the interest of his candidacy Mr Thomas is a great favorite with the people of this county and will doubt less have a large crowd to hear him x MONTGOMERY COUNTY TO ELECT COMMITTEE Voters to Select Members of New Body Saturday at Primary- in Precincts MT STERLING Ky Oct 23 On Saturday November 21 the Dem ocrats of Montgomery county will elect their new county committee and candidates are out in the various precincts Two factions are after control of the county organization and in several precincts of the county the contests he warm In the city strong candidates are being put out by both factions in each wardWhen the committee was elected four years ago the manner in which it was settled came near resulting in turning the county over to the Republicans but such a split is not looked for this time On the result 6f the election of committeemen hinges whether there will be an early or late primary to nominate candidates for county offices one faction favoring an early primary in December and the other a late one in the coming spring PROTRACTED MEETING AT CHURCH OF CHRIST Much Interest is Being Shown and Services Will Probably Be 2 Held Next Week The protracted meeting at the Church iof Christ is stilT continuing and good crowds are in attendance althoughno new members have been added much interest is shown and in all probability the meeting will continue throughout next week The subject to be discussed Friday night is Saul of Tarsus and Saturday nightJConversion of Corn lius s i 1 tVL- TWO PEDDLERS KILLED BY TRAIN Russians Are Run Over By Train at r Point South of Colum bus Ohio Special to The Views COLUMBUS 0 Oct 23kLew is and H B Barrenfelt Russian ped dlers were killed this morning by a train just South of the city Mr ohnPetershnsercct storehouse on Mutual avenue arid 73 conducting a store called the Hilltop grocery BRIBERY CHARGE IS RIDICULED BY TAFT Candidate Talks to Many Labor Aud iences and RenewsInjunc tion Plank Evansville Ind Oct 23The first of the three days he is to spend in In diana William H Taft has talked to more people than on any previous day of this campaign At each of his 16 speeches the listeners and applauders have numbered thousands Rejuven ated in voice energy and enthusiasm by his one day of rest the candidate handled the campaign issues with even a greater degree of posifiveness than heretofore In the very first speech he made he ridiculed Mr Bryans charge of bribery In connection with the promises of employers to their employes of more work with Republican success and the or ders of business men for goods said to be made contingent on the same result These were not bribes he said but business They did not represent false conditions but facts Judge Taft talked to many labor au diences and it was noticeable that what he said was more educational than heretofore At Linton where he spoke to several thousand coal miners he g ve them the kistory of the writ of Injunction something he has not previously done At Terre Haute he made a clear distinction between the Republican and Democratic platforms on the use of the Injunction and de clared business to be property While Mr Bryan was not over looked during the day there were two occasions wken Candidate Debs came In for attention These were at Terre Haute the home of Debs and at the two meetings at Evansville addressed by Judge Taft In both instances Mrf Debs was classed as a Socialist a doc trine regarding which the candidate expressed the belief that the American people were not prepared yet to- accept Ji fSEEINGTLEXAS i Mr Clayton Strode returned yes terday from a prospecting trip to Texas Mr Strode was very much impressed with the country there and thinks he wilL locate there some time in the near future r r a I THIEF ESCAPES IN A TAXICAB Seizes Diamond and Rushes From StoreFires at the Owner New York Oct 23An audacious robbery and possibly murder occur red here when Maurice Tannenholz a Lexington avenue Jeweler was shot by an unknown man who had posed as a friend of Constant A An drews president of the United States Savings s bank of this city and had stolen two diamond earrings The robber escaped in a taxicab and the jeweler wits removed dying to a hos- pItal He has three bullet wounds in his abdomen Tannenholz was in iijs shop when a man entered and handed him a typewritten letter addressed to him and purporting to be from President An drews It introduced thet bearer as George H Leopold nold per that1Leopoldmonds Tannenholz showed Leopold a tray of diamonds The stranger selected the earrings and then sud denly ran from the store Tannen holz and two clerks pursued him so hotly that the former soon grabbed him by the shoulder Then the rob oer drew a revolver fired at Tannen taxicabTheundoubtedly acpnfederate for he sent it flying dow tth street and it policeRAIN OF FRIDAY IS BENEFICIAL Has Already Done MuchGood tolhe New SownWf 4and Rye 1The7arn f Jail of Friday morning though notheayyeriough to start any oj the creeks or springs to run ning that have gone dry has done untold goodfor the new sown wheat and rye All the other crops such as coin hemp and tobacco hafebeen pebenesalvation to tlie wheat and rye that is just beginning to scow Most of the fAtmers elivethat there will be plenty of ruin from noV on The weather ts jthat from the way the raiIrbegah it will aownPq BACK FROM LOUISVILLE J A Bootie D S Hazard J B Eubanlf DJRoyce returned Friday night from atfending sonic Lodge Il L I ASKS MILLION- SFROMCONGRESS r r Ohio Valley Improvement Association Demands Nine Foot Stage in River Special vo The News- LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 23The Ohio Valley Improvement Association at its session hele tliisniorning adopted a resolution demanding that the next Congress make an ation of G3OQO000forVnmViot stage in the Ohio river John L Vance was reelected President of the Association BRYAN TOO BUSY TOr FINISH ills RPY Democratic Presidential Candidate Carries War Into West Virginia Hinton W Va Oct 23 Enthusias tically received everywhere William JTBryan carried his warfare into West Virginia The line of travel took him through the Ohio Kanawha and New river valleys and he was afforded an opportunity to speak to many farmers and miners Having had but four and a half hours rest following his cani paign in Ohio hews out on the Platform as early as 7 oclock telling the farmers in his should vote the Democratic tlcketTh Republican party had no policy to offer which would bring them relief Passing on into the coal districts he devoted much attention to the lalSbr question and while not specifically referring to Mr RobsSveits letter en tered a defense of President Samuel Gbmpers of the American Federation ofLabor He repeated his Warning to laboring men not to be fcoerced by their employers into voting against their wills The most notable demonstration accorded him was at Charles ton He was escorted through the streets by a number of uniformed marching clubs headed by bands while almost every building was decorated with flags and buntIng Jrom the mo ment he left his special train across the river until he reached the plat form on a lot across from the courthouse he was wildly cheered His speech was devoted to a general dis cussion of the issues of the campaign The people cheered vociferously his almost every utterance He spoke of IIthe facjUthatin most ot the industrial mining centers hehad visited or passedlenotIsed women standing tllelrapronsIs if I dont go In on a tidal wave this time I surety will on an apron wave u Mr Bryan was handed a copy of a newspaper containing Mr Roose velta criticism of himself and Samuel Gompers concerning their position with respect to the labor question Shortly afterwards he began the preparation of a reply but his time was so taken up during the day that he found it impossible to complete it P i t I tf WEATHER Cloudy and Probably Show f ers Tonight andSaturday j TOKYO ENJOYSi ItA X W t Parade Winds it Way Through MjftSr f of Madly Cheering Y People aT Tokyo Oct 23The capital otxJapan witnessed the most extract t dinary evidence of the spirit of theltnew Japan After having an audience of the officers of the American batty ship fleet on Tuesday the emperor rsued an order directing the people IZV increase in every way possible the est joyment and pleasure of the Americas visitors who cane he said as historic friends of the Japanese nation n The response to this imperial maw date was seen and heard Originally a torchlight procession of 15000 pear pie was planned as part of the dys program but this feature went far WK yond expectations and developed oaf of the greatest popular demonstrate tlons and outpourings of an enthusla w tic people ever witnessed in a jr country Japans war celebrations af ter peace with Russia London Mafeking night and even New Yorks election night revel would seem almost insignificant compared with Tokyos celebration fthethe parade and the myriads of specta J tors JLfle after mile through madly cheering people the great procession wound its way Representatives of various guilds universities schools of every class for boys and other organf zations took part in the parade eachrindividual carrying a lighted lantern r held high on a long pole with Amei4i can and Japanese flags intertwined 4 z Admiral Sperry and the other chief officers of the American fleet viewe the procession from a special grand stand standing with bared heads above the sea of waving lanterns deafening roar of cheers and the theIof the music from scores of which played the American hymn continuously So dense became the crowds around the stand where the American officers stood that the entire procession was blocked untIF W was forced to leave la tbeiiifTdinnerAffairs Komura Again at the American embassy tits great procession halted and the elf max of the enthusiasm was reached although Ambassador OBrien was notWat the embassy at the time He toO had left to attend the function at the residence of the foreign minister When the head of the procession afr rived at the embassy and halted Mss OBrien and the other ladies of tJw embassy appeared upon the veraafr tand received a prolonged ovation from Iithe crowds The entire grounds vox rounding the embassy were lighten with a sea of lanterns and the demos stration at this point lasted for twP hours Every band In Tokyo turned out fOf the parade and their favorite airy c were Yankee Doodle Dixie aril John Brown Thousands of the par fk raders wore fantastic costumes chaff tSP acterlstic of Japanese celebrations iJrThe entire day was taken up by series of elaborate entertainments to Admiral Sperry and the other adml trals of the American fleet and then iaides The American fleet command er together with the other admirals tand tlielr aides left Tokyo at 3 this af s 1willhama and will close with ajeceptlonJt on board the flagship Connecticut r next Saturday ii 1 TaftBryan Dates Rearranged ri r New York Oct 23Chairman 1It i Hitchcock of the Republican national committee postponed at the last nipfir ment his departure for Chicago until 1 this afternoon Hewas detainedmost of the day at hs hotel where he saw a number of visitors among themwJI ing Charles P Taft of Ohio and a TrX eral leaders in nearby states Hayr r ing discovered that the schedules pre pared would bring Mr Taft and Mr 1 Bryan together at Port Chester N Tfr next Monday the Republican andjthf i Democratic national committeer through their publicity bureaus rearf ranged their dates with the results ithat Mr Bryan will speak at that place in the morning of Monday and Mr Taft will make his address there at SJ loclock the same afternoon t Duke to Come on CruiseryRome Oct 23The Italian cruiser r Pieramosoa has been orderedt o await t the Duker of the Abruzzt at NewTork tt1 whither the cruiser Eluria also wilt x be dispatched It is understood till j the two warships will escort the dak and his bride to Italy The statememt is made also that no member pf thin ElklnsfamiliwJlI attend ife iflhfcf ceremony of the transcr t df tb marriage i inRomp ieII Senator rrIwill be IADDuc f li t o ftto two THE WINCHESTER NEWS l r t 1tI ItlENNESAVEDTHE TRAIN Did Not Go the Fair itoBy Sydney MtrryfJetd Aged 15 l 0 t tMother cant I go to with the girls afternoon Theres to be an ex rcmralon to the Millgrove fair and all t thf girls are going together Theyll iiicfw a flue tine Cant I go mother Such was the exclamation that 13 t jjMrold Jennie Creek addressed to her mother one September morning She Ted with Her parents on a little farm ia Indiana so It was only natural that lite had not attended many merrymak such as the MUIgrove county fair hadrpever been wealthy but this year In particular things had gone badly with them The corn crop had failed and although they were not reduced to actual poverty they had to deny them etves many of the pleasures they would otherwise have enjoyed Her mother hesitated drew a deep sigh and said slowly Im afraid FatherHunterday and I havent the money to spare Tm sorry but Id let you go if we could afford it Mrs Creeks voice was kindly sym pathetic but weary and her face bore traces of sorrow and care Jennie linked hard to keep back the tears 4hat threatened to come but she un derstood and tried to be brave That afternoon she went out in the sheiIdJooon all by herself and try as she might she could not forget her dis appointment of the morning It was getting rather dark when she startedr 6 She Rushed Along the Track for home Instead of taking the path f that led through the meadow she de sided to return by the railroad tracks 90 that she might see the nierryex cursion party returning from their r iay at the fair She ran swiftly on 1 toward the bridge for she knew the excursion special was nearly due But what a smoke and queer burn lug smell Had her father lighted a feonfire somewhere she wondered Then she stopped aghast Where was the bridge Gone Burnt away she screamed 1A spark from a passing train must have caught the dried wood during the sight and wrought the havoc And the excursion train was rushing blindly on Jt way to destruction Jennies face grew pale as this thought flashed cross her mind There was no time to ran and ask what to donota meta anent must be lost Some one must jJre warning and theres only me she gasped with a breathless sob as 1Taescrambled up the steep slope tJedeardistant train as it dashed along with its precious human freight Tearing off her red flannel shawl and waving It frantically she rushed along the track toward the fasfcadvanclng train Face to face with death she thought noth leg of herself but of the awful fate rafting the returning excursionists sfcoflld her 5fgn tnotbe seen Far bead the engineer noticed a speck on Che horizonsomething red being wared Quick as thought he reversed laic lever and only Just In time The frtda came to a standstill on the very Wink of the precipice where the bridge fcft teen i r Aljny after that when Jennie Itogo to an entertainment at l Sigrortt silo did not have to worry i Mttt heir railroad fare for in several MM reoaiTM a kind letter from t ttc aieaager of the railroad thanking for her brave deed and accom r i f1 Bylng the letter was a life pass for- eIke of herself and parents First PresswNow the Wireless Telephone TIle wireless telephone is jite 4ily pushed towardcommercial jK etlcahility by the inventors The- vrark of the French naval lieutenants CScjiis MrDsiwii4r tit bys the ether to rilffeIH8faaexperiIneatal na rgxCes of from 300 to 600 Copeakagearr gs a releH- J llUsoo u New York Globs Jir r- NEW FORM5VOF KITES II You Are Handy YOU May Vamt tC Try Thenr I have always been a great patron In her majestys domain of KIteland and I may say somewhat pt an originator writes Norman Osborne In Scientific American I find it the most perfect flyer as well as stayer among all kites I was the maker and flyer of the sailor kite in the drawing Have made hundreds of kites The Sailor Kite though not all shapes and shaped this one to meet the fickleness of Cali fornia winds Its extreme lightness and elasticity will not withstand strong gusty winds but for light Arrow Kite zephyrs it Is a superb flyer In my experience it Is the finest kite in shape and action of any kind except ing perhaps the box variety about which I know very little I have ever handled But it Is not one easily handled by boys who have little ex perience in kite flying as it requires skill and knowledge to guide itThe arrow kite Is something new and will prove a valued addition to kitedom as It carries three tails and will prove a high flyer Both these kites will require care both in the making and material A MATCH TRICK How to Form Three Squares with Four Whole and Four Half Matches Tills match trick although simple when you know how to do it is not as easy as it appears and is rather In genious The problem Is to form three squares with four whole matches and four half matches using all of them and not letting them overlap Tbo result is arrived at by making two Xshaped crosses which touch one another with the whole matches and completing a square at each end with the halves The whole trick sounds simple but if tried on some one who has never How It Is Done seen It before It will prove sufficiently difficult to keep them amused for some little timeeWho Said Who said Be sure you are right then go ahead Who said Nothing except a battle lost can be so melan choly asa battle wont Who said I make war on the living not on the dead Who saidUMychlldren if you lose sight of your colors rally to my white plume Who said Let me die in my old American uniform in which I have fought my battles God forgive me for ever putting on any other Neighborly- A few days after a farmer had sold a pig to Ik neighbor he chanced to pass the neighbors place where he saw their little boy sitting on the edge ot the pigpen watching Its new occupant Hpw dye dpi Johnny said he Tiows your pig od Y Oh pretty well thank you replied the boy How are your folks r Modern Answer What became Of Nineveh asked- a Sunday school teacher It was destroyed said Johnny rOmptlyIAnd what became of Tyre rPunctured A Fact GeorgeI caw a man tslngthes- treet this morning ldng 12 steps at a time hnMy dear Georges GeorgeIts a fact You nee he Was carrying a small stepladder A Great Fea- tGeorgeWell James so ybUv pit Four Pont in it at last I alWays salad you i puld James =Put my foot In It What do you mean Where have I put my foot GeorgeIn your boot of course JImmie dear t i 7J i f c 1 + Sr7 r sr IWORKING WHH RUSS the Way the Different dolor Ef fects Are Produced J FREAKS OF THE BLOW P P Quaint Specimen Shapes Tli tAre Sometimes Dropped From thi PunJ How Bottles Are Made Ky the Clever and Dexterous Workmen If a stranger enters the glass works on a dark night he will find not only beauty in the blowing operations but a great deal fir J1ltf gr with any uncan ny weirdness IE flume and shadow that must affect his imagination to some extent The building is circular wit a chimney sticking up through Iemld dIe of it from the top of which a pe culiar intermittent light is flickering In the center of this building under neath the chimney stands a conical furnace of brick containing perhaps no fewer than eight holes which are like fiercely glaring suns and from which pour expanding bVoad rays of orange colored light If your eyes are strong enough to look through the holes from which the orange beams of light emerge you see several hundredweight of molten metal shining silvery green In as many earthen dome shaped melt- Ing pots The nature of different kinds of glass Is dependent upon the quality of the raw material called batch put into the melting pots Batch Is a mixture of such materials as Calais sand or common river sand abounding in silica salt cake or sodium carbonate and much lime Blue colors may be ob tained by adding oxide of cobalt green by means of a chrome black by man ganese and amber The mass of molten metal got from this opaque earthy looking batch has frequently to be skimmed of impurities but it Is never theless a problem whence comes that wonderful and enduring transparency which everybody likes to see In glass llntil the hour strikes for the work m sn to commence operations you may find them experimenting for amuse- m nt or profit with the blowpipe You wll see many an enormity produced In glass the like of which can scarcely ever have been dropped from a puntil before Specimens are blown out tot hinness of a tissue paper bag wN i another puff of wind explodes with a crack or a glowing glass pear Is for very wantonness knocked off the puntil so that it may vanish with a re port on the floor Its hue and heat being extinguished Immediately The floor all around the furnace chamber is cov ered with brittle shining splinters and particles of glass which crackle underfoot at every step Ono of the men may bring you a mass of metal on blowpipe and ask you to expend a few cheekfuls of wind upon it The pipe takes no more blowing than u trom bone though it lacks a mouthpiece and you may expand the bubble until it Is black and cold so fragile that it will break intda myriad pieces if you touch It The molten glass Is so ductile that it may be spun out into a thread and the men often vie with each other to see who can make the longest and thinnest strand At the signal to commence work the men already partly stripped to the waist poke their four foot blowpipe through the hole of the crucible oppo site to which they work twisting It round until it has taken up sufficient of the ropy and viscid glass for one bot tIe The man who is clever at his work will of course gather up neither too much nor too little for the thickness of the bottle required He can tell with out looking through the furnace holes when he has enough by the weight added to his pipe Thus all around the fiery furnace there are figures moving continually across the lurid light most of them dexterously wielding their blowpipes and baln1 IngriflIieeridot- each one the exact quantity of vitrified matter to make a bottle The amateur would find it difficult to balance the molten mass The chances are that it would drop on the floor never to be picked up again At the same momenfryou will seehot- tles In all stages off growth some gUt- tering gold others cooling down to orange or red some in the forms of plummets or dazzling pears others as incandescent bosses threatening to become fragile bladders It Is all as charming asa pyrotechnic display You will see the black blowpipe twirled round blown down held up like a gun barrel then in the form of an incan descent lamp globe turned round on a beeswaxed cast iron implement called a marler on whose edge the bottleneck is formed UJs held up pnce more blown into then shut up inn cast Iron mold placed at tneVopara tors feet somewhat below the level of the ground This mold Is opened and closed by a wire spring which the opera for presses with his feet and directly the red hot bottle is inclosed he blows down the pipe once more soaa to fill it completely A man goes round from mold to mold Inserting a rod Into the neck of each bottle and collecting a trayful to go to the annealing chamber Here the hot ties are stacked up for a gradual cool ing process which may possibly last thirtysix hours This gives them the desired strength The annealing process Is a cure for their natural fragility and enables them to stand the test of boiling water London Globe Still Possible Clara When Tom proposed to me he moneythanMaude Well Ive no reason to doubt- It although I understand he hasnt a dollar to his name Pittsburg Post c rr L HiAwbliiit itan5udaafr DNthr mkarushlng to catch a train the other day felt dead In this instance 4t4j faifevto1 assume that the strain do- a weak heart might fairly be held rrsppittslble In yiew 6f the fierce com- petItIon In life and the undue strain to which the masses of men itO subjected It is of the highest importance that people known to bet affected wlfiCh art disease should exercise the greatest ies to overtaxing their physical strength in view of the danger of sudden death Instances of which are so common today Inasmuch as few pee PIe are aware of having weak hearts a safe rule for all men over forty is to avoid the perils of haste and undue strain as in lifting rushing etc An other Important factor many people over forty indulging in excessive ing are in danger of arteriosclerosIs or hardening of the arteries which results In sudden death from apoplexy kidney or heart disease To sum the matter up people over forty must lim- It their table Indulgence anh avoid sudden and undue haste or strain if desirous of attaining a ripe old age New York Herald f Made the Most of His Hats When Lord Milner held his first reception at Pretoria the officers and legislators were given to understand that frock coats and tall hats were ex pected of them There was only one shop in the place in which silk hats were sold and this had but four of them The Transvaal legislators rush ed off in a body to buy these four but the hatter not being mad saw his opportunity in their extremity He knew there was no time to get hats from anywhere else so he resolved not to sell He offered to let them out on hire at the rate of 10 shillings for ten minutes His shop was close at hand Four gentlemen could present them selves before his excellency After ten minutes they must silently steal away and hand over their hired finery to an other panting quartet It was done and the hatter still repeats dreamily as he recalls the moment of his life It would not have been fair to have sold them not fair to my customers and not fair to myselfPall Mall Ga zette Couldnt Feaze This One An Instance of the careless good na tured philosophy of the negro maybe seen In the little doggerel verse laugh ingly sung by a black farmer when at the end of a bad crop year nothing was coming to him after his supply bills were paid He could neither read nor write he had no money or chance of getting any for another twelve month yet apparently there was no fretting on his part He took the bal ance sheet which was an utter mys tery to him and pretending to inspect It and following the rows of figures with eye and finger he gleefully chanted Aughts an aught figgeri man An nuffln fur de nigger Then carelessly he stuffed the bit of paper into his pocket cut the pigeons wing and finally walked away to all appearances with a whimsical enjoy ment of the fact that his own penniless condition corroborated the statement of his sonp Chlcaco RecordHerald Its Plane to be Seen t I I that and architects ap 1prove of our splendid line of millwork for it is the recommended for use in the best built residences It is our boast that none can beat us in solidity of work and artistic WeV both hard and soft woods but all the slighest im perfection Easy prices too Rough and Dressed LumberIrr 1 R SCOBEE SON CO INCORPORATED An Advance for Winchester l have installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which are now prepared to furbish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and fother motorsILet us you estimates on thissof electric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desiredSWinchester Railway Light Ice Cp INCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGR P SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer r ForI I Gra Paints DrugsI IStationary s I I IITHEBoth Phonos 46Je builders oftenest design supply without P just give t To Whom It May Concern 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 quick service and politeness will Bring you back The quickest service can only be bad by direct wires Office BrownProctoriaBOTH Yours rev tfuuylL M BUTSCHManager READ THE NEWS r If you wanta the news of Winchester reaa the Newsw1 If you want all the news of Clark County realt liie News i If you w ntall the news of the State and Nato- rea f thefMews I 1 r rt la short you wilCflfidal1tre news stin ally otter daily in y urh mepaper THE WINCHES ITER NEWS S i I rr A i READrtHIE WINCHESTER N EWSINCORPORATED r I l i S 7 o r I l f I f Y i flY i 7 f l r f f f5 f tvr i 1i1 f k i THEWlCHETERNEWS + tlo nr H SUNDAYSCHOOLIL- esson I V Fourth Quarter For 251908THE SERIES Text of the Lesson Ps xxxii Meni ory Verses 1 2 Golden Text Ps xxxii IrCommentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1908 by American Press Association We turn today to this psalm for a lesson on the joy of forgiveness and the fact that there Ja so little joy on the part of those who profess to be forgiven may Indicate that there has never been a realization of what sin Is or possibly no assurance of forgiveness for when such a word as Isa sliil 25 I oven I am He that blot teth out thy transgressions for mine own sake and will npt remember thy sins falls to produce great gratltu4e and gladness it Indicates a sad indif ference to ones guilt or to the great cost of the redemption which takes it away Our lesson begins with Oh the happiness of him whose transgression and sin and Iniquity has been put away In Ex xxxl 4 7 the Lord proclaims Himself as the one who for gives iniquity transgression and sin and In Lev svii 11 Beb ir 22 it Is r very clearly taught that this forgiveness can only be by the shedding of blood and what or whose blood is stated in Eph I 7 and many parallel passages In whom we have re demption through QsbJoQd the for r giveness of sins according to the riches of His grace In verse 5 of our psalm we see that in order to obtain forgiveness there must be an acknowledgment an uncovering confession of sin iniquity and transgression for he that covereth his sins shall nqt pros per but he that confesseth and for saketh them shall have morcy Proy xrviii 1Sor as In Ps xxxviil IS I will declare mine iniquity I will be sorry for my sinN God Is ever ready to forgive if only the sinner will confess his guilt He says Only acknowledge thine iniqui ty that thou hast transgressed against the Lord thy God Jer Hi 13 Again It Is written If we confess our sins He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness I John i 9 The result of attempting to I cover our sins from God is seen In verses 3 and 4 of our lesson That men should be so deluded as to think it possible to hide anything from Him to whom all things are naked and open and to whom darkness and light are all alike seem hardly conceivable but as soon as Adam and Eve sinned we see them attempting to hide from Got Gen ill 8 so blind and so foolish does sin make people In one place the psalmist says So foolish was 1 and Ignorant I was as a beast before thee Ps Ixxill 22 In verses 0 7 the safety of the for given is spoken of as a hiding in God and thus preserved from trouble and compassed about with songs of deliverance reminding us of the gracious words of Isa xlili 1 2 Fear not for I have redeemed thee I have called thee by thy name thou art mine and then the assurance that neither flood nor fire can really harm those who are truly His Our life is hid with Christ in God preserved In Jesus Christ Col HI 3 Jude iweknow that these things are written in the book but how few comparatively seem to so appropriate them as to cause them to be filled with joy and peace There seems to be a great fail ure to possess our possessions Obad 17 a slowness to believe that God means what He says and that He a oJ means you or me or any one who t humbly and persistently comes to Him We should be like the man in John iv who believed the word which Jesus had spoken and went his way expecting to find his son well Being for given by His great work without any of ours Rom iv 5 TIt ill 5 and safely hidden In Himself we are now free to serve Him to live unto Him and to walk in the good works He has prepared for us Eph 10 Tit ill 8 but this also must be His working Ir us and for every step we need His sure guidance which Is vouchsafed to us in verse 8 of our lesson The mar gin is very helpful I will counsel thee mine eyes shall be upon thee or I will tell you how to go and watch you to see that you get there This however implies nearness and inti macy for we can only tell anything by a look to those who are near to us and know us See this sure guidance clearly and fully promised In Isa xxx 21 mac xxlil 20and illustrated in Israel If Israel had wanted to stay when the cloud said go or to go when the cloud said stay it would have made it very hard for them It is only when there Is perfect submission that all Is at rest The exhortation in verse 9 not to be as the horse or the mule must be taken in tho light of the last clause of the verse forhere are horses and mules too which put to shame many who drive them In Isa i I 3 God says that the ox and the ass had more Intelligence than His people Israel Even from the birds and the flowers He would have us learn les sons of trust in Him who has assured us that we are of more value than maytVJrbe turned Into joy Jhnxvl 20 r KtWhereasthe sorrows of the wicket tl ver The psalmS ends with gladness and rejoicing and even shout lug for joy but it Is all in the Lord for there Is no abiding joy apart from Him See Hob ill 17 18PI1ll iv 4 gild remember Bom 3rv 13 i JH V i f JiC 4ttf- y PLAIN BUT SU1PLE LUNCHEON Simple Inexpensive Dishes That Arc Easily Prepared It is often puzzling to know just how to plan a luncheon menu that shall at once be Inexpensive dainty and easily prepared Here is a sug gestioneTomato Bisque Boiled Salmon with Lemon Sauce Broiled Chicken Peas Candied Sweet Potatoes Saltines Fruit Salad Cream Cheese Cabinet Cream Sugar Wafers Cafe Noir For the tomato bisque put onefourth of a pound of butter Ina saucepan and when it Is melted add the con tents of a can of tomatoes with a cupful of cooked rice a cupful of white broth and salt and pepper Cook slowly for threequarters of an hour then remove from the fire pour through a sieve and cook again for ten minutes when it is ready to serve The boiled salmon may be served cold The lemon butter sauce Is made by adding the juice of a lemon to a plain butter sauce Candied sweet potatoes are made by placing rather thick slices of cold boiled sweet potatoes into a frying pan with a liberal supply of butter after rolling them well in sugar Fry a deep brown Cabinet cream is a delicious dessert Whip until stiff a pint of rich cream and add a third of a box of gelatine dissolved in water Dip a glass serving dish in cold water then line it with currant jelly and cover with a layer of grated macaroons and =this In turn with a layer of whipped cream Repeat the order until the dish Is filled with the last layer of cream Place a single rose in the center TO CLEAN SATIN SLIPPERS Rubbing with Stale Bread Is Perhaps the Best Method If you wore satin slippers last win ter and find upon taking them out this season that they are soiled it is well to clean them at once Never leave off the work of freshening and renovating party things until the day you are invited to go out One always has an unexpected invitation and finds to her misery that all her party finery needs two or three days work on it So get out your evening slippers now and see that they are thoroughly cleaned and ready for wear If the satin is but slightly soiled get some pieces of stale bread and rub the surface gently with it This takes off all small discolorations Kneaded rubber will do the same work although some women do not like it because it crumbles off on the satinIf the slipper Is still soiled looking after this treatment rub the entire surface with the thread Remember not to go against or cross it White flannel should be useda clean piecedipped In spirits of wine If this rubbing Is done gently and evenly over the surface the effect is excellent Making Butter Balls The reason so many women find It a trouble to make butter balls Is that the butter Is not of the right consis tency and the paddles are not cold enoughButter should be soft enough to mold easily but far removed from the melting stage The paddles should be dipped into ice water so they do not stickServing butter in this form besides being daintier is a decided economy In helping oneself from a slice men and children are apt to do it too lib erally and a large part of it is wasted Keep the butter balls on the Ice un til just before serving Hermits One and onehalf cups of sugar onehalf cup butter onehalf cup sweet milk two and onehalf cups of flour one cup of raisins floured one teaspoonful each of cloves cinna mon and allspice three eggs and add last one and onefourth teaspoonful of soda dissolved in a little hot water adding soda after balance Is mixed Have two large bread pans greased and floured and drop the hermits in a teaspoonful for each leaving one half an inch space for them to spread Bake in a hot oven They will keep for weeks Caper Sauce Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter in a saucepan without browning add one tablespoonful of flour rub until smooth then add one and onehalf cupfuls of boiling water Stir ofer the fire until it thickens Add two ta blespoonfuls of capers Take from the fire and stir into the sauce the juice of onehalf of a lemon and the yolk of one egg Season with salt and pepper and serve Strong Paste t By putting a teaspoon of sugar into a quart of paste it will fasten labels as securely to tin cans as to wood Housekeepers may save themselves much annoyance in the loss of labels from their fruit cans when putting up their own fruit by remembering this Preserved Grapes Wash your grapes I used the con cord and fill your jars full Fill with boiling water and let set five min utes by the clock Turn off fill again for five minUtes turn off and fill jars full with rich sirup that you have ready Fill full and seal Egg Toast Toast and butter as much bread as you wish lay on deep platter then make a crew gravy hard boil five or six eggs cut the whites of eggs fine add to gravy and jour over buttered toast then grate the yolks over all tl 0 uw uumu c ic haract rm + t f fin czthes i 1I i There is an atmosphere about some turnouts that distinguishes themas more than mere vehicles V About some clothing there is the same character A tailor may take the same highgrade woolens and the Same trimmings that are usedin a Stein Bloch suit or overcoat and make you a suit that lacks this distinctionwhich tithe material used deserves and which rightfully belongs to the customer t coveringOn if that you demandbut they charge heavily for this distinctiontThe problem would be a pretty one for you to solve did not SteinBloch c f step in to solve it for you They 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 of smooth fit of i proper style I j ftAN AN AND WA illk OVERistET 0NAN f NATIQNA L t SHOES MATS c r Cr Allan Murphyaj rt The Preachers Advice My friends said the itinerant preacher the Scriptural rule for giv ing was onetenth of what a man possessed If you feel that you cant afford so much just give a sixth or a fourth according to your means We will dispense with the next hymn and take up the collection Ltppmeotts Largest County in America The largest county In the United States is Yavapai county Arizona which has an area of almost 30000 square miles Nine states of the union are each smaller than this county It Is larger than the whole of West Virginia and almost as large as South Carolina B IT1UiDSEHIND IT WILL 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 y NEW CLOAKS ARE IN WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR UNDERWEAR OUTING CLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY IVO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM v AII =Wool Blankets oSureenough AllWoolboth the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statemen We gladly invite all to make us avis t whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BR08C I PhllItIy V WHEN You WfuTJ r 5 ro SEE THEr 1 ft SHOE STYLES S STEP DOWN ON THE j Gomer of Main and Broadway r MASSIE r i The ShceMar1 w WEDDINGS 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 membrances We dont know just why but many of our tron are buying silver engagemenVre inembrances Baldwin Btos JEWELERS AND OPJlctlNSI t J it 4 Ji r tt trf J NEW BAKERY FIRM i We have opened up our Bakery in the + Simpson Building 105 N MaID St I and are now ready to serve the j lzipublic EVERY SATURDAY we will have on display anicey assortment of Layer and Plain 7 4 Oakes Yeast and Sall 8 git Breads Parker House dollsy fIiand Cookies always on jfifGoods delivered to any part of the city Give us a callf W NCHESTERBAKERY j INORTH BROS Props S 7 l st fr r f t t F rk 1 X X z Li i Jrf cT i I FIN THE WIHCHESTtBMEWS If I H WINCHESTER NEWSs An independent Newspaper Published by tt The Winchester News Co Incorporated F Office South Main Street f Daily Except Su- nday1ered at the Winchester Post Of J iice as mail matter of the i second class- SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered Jnr carrier at 10 cents per week By rail in dvance One year 300 r JESx months 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908 OUR CARTOON We have to thank Mr Warren 3SIkin for the cartoon which appears w thefirstpage of todays iss Mr jElkin vas formally with the Hagan Gas Et gine Company here and is mow with the Hukle Engine Company of Lexington Mr Elkin has talent workI3Ve trast we will be able to runrnaiiy more ii the near future HONOR TO PATTERSON All honor to Governor Patterson of Tennessee In the midst ofan s exciting canvass for reelection withI t the State reported close and strong opposition in his own party he can eels Ids speaking dates offers 10 4H0 reward for the arrest and con traction of the night riders who hung J and shot Captain Rankin and goes to 1 Union City t6 take personal charge Of the investigation In answer to t some carping critic who questioned jhis right to offer such a great re ward the Governor replied If the State does not or cannot pay it I Will pay it out of my own pocket It makes the blood run faster in the veins of an honest man to see such courage and backbone in a pub tic official Some of our own county officials could take pattern from him 4there was more of such devotion to public duty Kentucky would not Y now stand disgraced and dishonored 333 the eyes of the world Jfis riot the ordinary criminal tliat society hags to fear Our police force jn usually able to protect citizens dsgainst his depredations But it is these new crimes winked at in many communities by good citizens which threaten the body politic Unless they can be stopped the laws are useless and society is in danger Alt honor again to Governor Pat terson lie deserves reelection as Governor of Tennessee J We believe that the good citizens of our neighbor state will see to it that he loses noth r ing bythe faithful performance of jhis official duties THE GAME LAWS TI The movement for the protection Ii fDf gaineof all soot 5s growing 3n Montgomery the ftr r eonAvsfion for violating5 the lavr has just beon hul and Judge Hazeliigg is about to ap point fiften ganiO vacc5rs for the connty The Mt Sterling Gazette had this story Marion Prenolr a young favnui DfssedIiis guilt ty killing hillllts I season Saturday and was fiiscd Jive dollars and cot Citizens it J Alfanteps have raise l 230 hrrc and ije offering ten dolsus reward for 5teeh conviction tor IdVm birds out tvj season County Jtvl ra Ifazengg 1Jat once appHii fifteen dwly ame wardens ior the county PI J every effort to protect quail will be made Frenchs conviction is the istease in the county f iWe publish the game laws in to days issue and trust that all will read them Clark county should npt 3bQ behind the procession J l 1 r DRINKI1iG CUPS 1- yr rnfe of the Jcading magazines cam 2 timely article dealing with the trails rf the comicon thinking cup iTcr inany years this question was gltatbdoefors and medicalor h psniz iuons with seemingly little ef feet It was almost impossible to get people interested Bul constant oatiou finally mttde its Impression MOW the tide is running the other W aqVIn lcarlysll Jfce school depart a igeiits tof the couuty4tisA a require IV1 i ir Jt f i t G1 ljjT uIment lat each pupil shall have his or her own drinking cup Within then year tLf1 Lexington school depart ment iuade a re trireme L It isx time huLthe Winchester department take Ic matter up In many re spects Wejlre uptodate Winchesters chools aYe probably more ef ficient conducted than are the schoolotany city of the same size in the State rw- driukout laymen realize the evils of of a oommon cup On a Var i day yjcra will see men woman and shldren luied up at a common faucet dl drinking one after another from it same cup But the doctors tell us that germs of many of the moat virulent diseases are conveyed in this way tfrom lip to lip In the article referred to attention was goingAon in railroad trains The writer told of seeing ice loaded into the drinking tanks How large cakes of ice were passed from hand to hand ffalling on the ground or on 5 the dirty platform 1and finally how they were thrown to the roof of the car where ttiey were caught and handled openJsore that each piece was pressed against that sore And in the car beneath hundreds oi passengers drank opt of the tank thus impreg nated with germs One of the great railroads of the country has already abolished the drinking tank in the ordinary coa b several big department stores in the larger cities have introduced a paper cup out of which each patron can drink and after drinking destroy The schools are the place to start the movement The young people can be brought to see the evil aad trained to the individual cup And then in time eve grown people might get to it It need cost the depart ment nothing and to each individual parent the expense would be but nominal SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON The News starts the publication today of the International Sunday School lesson series We propose to make it a regular feature of the paper appearing on Friday after noon in the city edition and on Sat urday morning in the country edi tionWe trust that this new feature will be apreciated The News from time to time will add additional features WELCOME THE DAILY The latest Richmond in the jour nalistic field is the Winchester News an independent paper published at Winchester ICy It is a sixcolumn eitrbtpage publication replete with live I reading matter anda liberal supply of well set up advertisements The people of Winchester and Clark county who by the way are one of the most enterprising and progres sive in the State will we feelassur ed warmly welcome and ablysupport this creditable daily Our old friend W A Beatty is at the helm and we bespeak for himand his bright and newsy publication a liberal share of the publics patronage The Ander son News IS BURNEDy r- PARISjKy Oct 23The big tobacco barn of John Marston a prom inent farmer residing on the Rich mond pike burned to the ground at 1 oclcrck yesterday morning The barn contained 2100 bushels of wheat for which Mr Marston had refused 105 per bushel 20 tons of bailed hay two selfbinders and other farm machinery The loss was eomPleteasMrrMarston carried no insurance and will aggregate 3500 The origin f the fire is unknown TRUST tAK PURCHASE McLeanIOENSBORBt 7rA1t1other large iobax2co dcaJfq rbejen iiTthAmerman e eSone million ppundpfr theMc can county crop from the American So ciety of Equity The price ranged around 9 per hundred A eontracti for the purchase of this tabaoCohas been forwarded to the New York officials of the Ameri can Tobacco Company for signature and as soon ias the instrument is ratified tHe Delivery of the crop will begin at Calhoon Sacramento and Livermore suppliedinT d 5 i l t i t t- wL I v VV yELLS HOW TO IMPROVE RIVER Expert Says Reservoirs Ire Worthless URGES LOCKS AND DAMS IrMember of Panama Canal Commission Delivers Instructive Address Before Ohio Valley Improvement Associa tion=Union of AM peep Waterway Organizations Urge for Systematic Demand for lyipney From Congress Coal Industry Affected Louisville Ky rOct 23The ad dress of Major W L Slbert a mem ber of the Panama canal commission who addressed the Ohio Valley Im provement association was one of the chief features of the convention One of the speakers most Important suggestions Was that the advocates of the improvement of the Ohio river stick to the present plan of locking and damming the stream and refuse to consider the plan of building reservoirs wliich Major Sibert declared was considered and rejected 30 years ago Another section of his speech dealt with the forestry question anli he said that it should not be allowed to enter into the river improvement plans quoting records v of the highest and lowest stages ofi the river for many years to indicate that the presence or absence of the forests has relatively no effect upon the stage of the river In conclusion he pictured the in creased traffic to the Pacific coast and to the far east which is to result from the construction of the Panama canal the two projects he said being closely relatedW Kavanaugh of St Louis president of the LakestotheGulf deep- water way association made an ad dress in which ho advocated the join ing hands of all waterway improvement bodies to compel action by tjpn gress He said that if all the congress men in the Mississippi and Ohio val leys were to unite on a definite program they could carry whatever legis ation they chose He said that the deep water way advocates are also advocates of a ninefoot stage for the Ohio river and asked the assistance of the latter in securing the development of the upper Mississippi If ne cessary he suggested a bond issue should be made to carry on the proposed improvements His address was warmly received George W Thetea of PUtslmrs pres anent of the Monopgahela River Con solidated Coal and Coke company produced figures showing the loss to the coal traffic caused by the present con dition of the riser He said that pay rolls and other fixed charges have al ready resulted In a loss of n arlYl000000 and that 7000000 of property including barges steamboats and shipping property Is lying idle and useless because what he termed the neglect of congress has allowed the Ohio river to become unnavigable as- a result of drouth Postal Regulations Amended Washington Oct 23 Postmaster General Meyer has amended the post regulations regarding the enclosure of any matter of a higherclass in mail paid for at a lower rate so as to im pose the penalty only on those who wilfully violate the regulations Heretofore the department has im posed fines for such violations regard less whether the offense was commit ted wilfully or through ignorance The fines aggregate approximately 60v 000 a year and 9Q per cent of the cases have been found to be due to Ignorance of the law mostly the wom en and children and the ignorant usually poor There were 1600 such cases in connection with the James town exposition all of the violations being committed by children Conners Charges Fraud New York Oct 23Charges were made by William J Conners chairman of the Democratic state committee that the Republican organizations in upstate counties had padded the registration rolls with anywhere from 10000 to 20000 names and to prevent the casting of a fraudulent vote the executive committee had appointed a state law committee with former cbalrmalMrmittee would be composed of about 500 attorneys and that on election day these attorneys Would be assisted by special deputies in egch election district to see that ballots were lion ttly caSt tidcbuiitedi t1 T Suicides to AvoldiTelai r New TTorki jQcjt gSl Rather than face trial f9r manslaughter in the first degree growing put of a easel of alleged criminal practice pirIrvihir J Cook a young octor of this pity drank a dose of powerful poison and shot himself at the Waldorf Astoria hotel The man left a sealed letter addressed lo his wife but accompany- Ing it was a terse note In which he asked her not to take this affair hard Straus Lores His Voice 4 Chicago Oct 23Oscar S Straus secretary of the department of com mer andlabor was unable to keep an engagement to Speak inChlcago on account off the failure TUB voice 1 i Jsrt t i rt tI Iii J n grv MPARD STEWART GOS Maxwell BUSINESsSUITS for busy than demands best wilt appeal critical dresser- conservative style Grays Oxfords and stylish Striped Brown effects5- 15 35 YOUNG MENS SUITS IN THE MOST FREAKISH CREATIONS I WE SHOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU p 1 Come Pick em Out I We a a a are to if for at for We f The Giants were eas ily at Park by the Richmond bj a score of 18 to 0 The first touch don was made in eight and atno stage of the game was the home team tpj get close to their lH is the linen the home team Tour RE R T Walter Mance R John Davis C James Ellis L G Will Isaac Gordon LE Frank R H B Ed F B 4 Qhester Brent S H B Julian Baker Q C t R1BE FOR THE ir rM i fi t f f the the to the in in the to WAVE TOPS The Sensation of the Season All Colors Button and Lace Tans Black Kid and Gun Metal for street wear Kid and Patent Colt for dress We an of styles and the sizes and widths to fit the feet can give you good shoe for little money or better shoe for little more money Quality and Style determine theprice Come look them over We sure please you you care good shoes reasonable prices Grover Soft Soles Feet sell Manhattan Shirts Knox and Stetson Hat- sMcCordSmith 6 Phillips COLORED COLUMN Winchester defeated yesterday afternoon Witherspoons Tigers minutes able goalrPoliowing pfor Shackelford George PeniltoB Gy TbJackson Bunn SUBSC4 NEWS- who Patent have assortment jcarry Tender RACKET STORE Buy Your Flower Pots and Jardiniers from RALINSThey are in alls1Us = i i + JT Also pretty line Floor and Table Oil Cloths T C RAWLINS What Does Comfort Mean What does comfort mean or defiance unrest or expectation What is this and all the rest which Re must lose little by little compared with the only thing that is indispensable and that alone is haPPmessA ceEdw- ardhSodberg VV- 1frr2 dt- t 1101 StjdLlr7ISIM- PLY DELICIOUS 1 SO THEY ALL SAY but I i we want YOU 4 j to come alsothen you will say it too Noth= ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Cof fee at our fountain r Martin Cook Drug Company Auditorium l Best RINK in the r Blue GrassV The skating season is now open and the rink nightlyDuring be ope- nAfternoon l 2 to 5 Evening 7 to 10 Get ready for tHe big HALLOWEEN MASQLERADEt Prizes will be announced later Any lady or gentleman who has not skated and who desires to learn will be taught free in the morning or between sessions AHVdIIOFIHI j I DB President HIF Culls THE Clark County National Bank M21IN STREETV ineh steti fventnsicy t Capital 9200000Surplus 91OOOOO UndividedProfits36000Organ1 in the city Collections made on all points and your ac counts solicited 24 Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 r THE Winchester Bank oJ I WINCHESTER KV N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT r 7tr i 1r ifw Wl PHAR Ixii HisANYTHING ILOST tound for sale for rent iif vertise in the classnud column t of TECI tIJI t IC i j I04 THE WIHCKESTEfc MEWV y page Five ti SOCIETY I Entertainment k Mrs Harry Strother entertained at her new home on Maple street Tues day at Euchre and Fortytwo in the afternoon There were twelve tables in all and at the end of the games an elegant meat course was served In the evening she entertained the Ladies and Gentlemens Club and had the twelve tables and served an elegant pinch 4 PERSONALS John Nunan of Lexington is TISi itfog r few friends in Winchester Mrs Vetter has returned home af ter a ritit in Cincinnati Mrs Steve Davit is visiting relatives fti Versailles Mis Ethel Wills is visiting in College Hill Mr Clarenpe Boswell remains quite Dl eks Miss Liela Cro ton left Friday morning for Paris to visit relatives Miss Annie Crouton returned home from Richmond Wednesday evening Miss Calloway quires is visiting Miss tai 1ia Graves i Mr and Mrs Massie Johnson of Indianapolis are visiting relatives in the iity r Mr Clayton Strode and Mr 01 F Bush iave returned from Oklahoma Mrs Will Huls is quite sick 4cMr and Mrs Prewitt Harris are eipectei Saturday to bo the guests of Mr sand Mrs Joe Powell Dr A McLain and wire of De catur IlL came Friday to visit the family of Mr G M Moore Miss Sue Scrivener left Friday afternoon for Richmond for a visit Miss Lizzie Mae Madigan went to Frankfort Friday for a visit to her parents Rev and Mrs William Cumming and Mrs Matt Bean were in Berea Thursday to hearthe famous evangelist Mr Chapman Among others from here who went were Mrs Mar cus Bean Mrs CantIer Mrs 0 J Chandler Mrs Green Garrett Mrs Broadhead and Miss Elizabeth Tracy Miss Lizzie West is quite ill Miss Lulu Burgin has returned home from Lexington where she has been staying with her aunt Mrs R L Willis who is quite ill A number of young people expect fo have a coonhunt Friday night They meet at Mrs R D sand go from there to Sphars woods Miss Hattie Williams of Mt Ster ling has returned home after a most delightful visit to Mrs Hunt Quisen berryMrs John Clelland has returned home from a Visit in Louisville Mrs Tom Cox of Middlesborough is visiting Mrs Mary V Miller and Miss Allan Crutcher Mr Jack Hutsell was in town Fri day but left that afternoon for Cin cinnatiMrs D B Logan and Mrs N R Patterson of Pineville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Ray Patter son Mr and Mrs Sterling Hugle on College street on Thursday Oct 22 a daughterBorn and Mrs Sterling Hu gle on College street yesterday afternoon a girl Mr R H Patterson is in Bristol TennAmong those from here who went r ARTIS TURNBULL ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL IDAILYOF NEW MODELSIN SUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS Our Strictly Tailored Models Reveal ina Marked Degree that Indefinite Something Called Style Autumns Newest Textures IN HIGH GRADE SILKS AND DRESS GOODS We Invite You to Inspect the Seasons Newest Ideas Weaves and Texturesin Our Varied and Extensive Stock You May Not Knowt when you should begin to wear glasses but it is better to begintoo early than too late t WE ARE PERFECTLY EQUIPPED TO INFORM WHAT IS BEST TO DO C H 80WEN Jeweler and Optician Cut6lassatCutPricescase t T bankruptyK sale while in New York HaggardG T 1li I I r ji H t to Berea Thursday to hear frI Chapnam the evangelist were Miss FalinyJ3entonHampton Mr Joe Martin Mr J E Grubbs Pres H K Taylor and Prof W A Price They report a most excellent meeting and a very full school there v Mr Ben H Taul is quite sick at his home oh South Main street Miss Wilkie Stockade of Mt Ster ling is visiting Mrs Lear A Ramsey on East Broadway Miss Kate Hut hirisonof Clay City is visiting Mrs J W Tiptop on Third avenue Mrs Amelia Crim of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Creed in the country Mr Hiram F Glass is building a cottage on Buckner street BROWNPROCTORIA- Miss Lizzie Taylorof Kansas City Mo is spending a few days bt the BrownProetoria Hotel Miss Taylor is here looking after the in terest of some property that she owns here Mrs R P Broadhead of King ston Pa is spending a few days at the BrownProctoria During the past week the hotels have been flooded with traveling men from some of the best known cloth hbbeen here showing spring styles to the merchants FORESTS ARE ON FIRE NEAR BEREA COLLEGE Dr Osborne Thinks it Work of Incen diaries is Trying to Get Bloodhounds BEREA Ky Opt 23The college authorities yesterday telephoned to Captain V G Millikin of Lexington asking for the use of his bloodhounds to be used in an effort to trail par ties who set fire to the forest near Berea Captain Millikin was sit ting on a jury in the Circuit Court at Lexington and was unable to bring the dogs here Te request was from Dr Osborne treasurer of Berea Col legt The fire is raging in what is known as the Forest Reserve be longing to the collegeIThe wind is blowing away from the town and as there is little timber in the suburbs serious consequences from this source are not apprehend ed Quite a large area is burning and a smallarmy of men are battling with the flames Some backfiring is being done and woodmen are felling trees in the direction of the burning territory with the hope of making roads the limits The fire is about three miles from Berea proper but the flaming trees can be seen from the town The sec tion is known as Narrow Gap and the timber is valuable Dr Osborne says that they had a strong suspicion that the fire is the workof incendiaries but would not discuss the suspected motive or any thing as to the identity of those sus pected He Was sorry that he Milli kin dogs could not be secured and none could be gotten from elsewhere Dr Osborne took a hopeful view of the situation and said that he believ ed that the town was in no danger and that the fire could be confined to an area not much greater than that then burning A high wind however would quickly render it be yond control and the Joss would be extensive if only timber were burned PRIZE OFFERED FOR A SUITABLE NAME Mr D B Scobee Offers Skating Tick et to Lady Who Suggests Right Name Mr D B Scobee manager of the Auditorium Skating Rink has adopt ed quite a unique scheme to secure a name for a very highly bred trotting yearling that he has under training now The colt is probably one of the finest bred colts in the State He is by Searchlight who has a rec ord of 2 03and is also a very fine bred horse The workouts of the colt are very flattering and Mr Scobee is san guine as to his future He says he has gone all through the catagory of names jbtfHs Unable to fiifdoitetht dollarin the most appropriate name Tile Barnes are to be sent to the Aud itorium where Mr Scobee will select the one he likes best WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal o2tI Danger In Idleness By doing nothing we learn to do ill Watts v Jc i tYtr yI I f V4fi t Y i i Now is the Time k I to Choose Ifour t t 0 Fall Merchandise r i 0 f Every Department is nowt t l Alreadyj rr some of the oicestofout goods Our prices are right Call at the store now and see just what we have on hand Dont miss the opportunity of look ing over our present large assortment ReadyMade Suitsr You can find here the very latest New York styles the very best selections from the best style artist of the East Our garments are all pricesfrom the suits for those who pay little to the best quali ties for those who can afford fo pay mucH Waists New Fancy Waist from 5 to 15 Plain White Tailored Waist 150 up Furs The choicest Skins of furbearing ani mals for Neckwear Muffs and Coats perfect in fit and uptodate Weve make a special effort this season to please our most exacting patrons r i fIl Bordered Flannelettes Come in and lets us show you what we have in Bordered Flannelettes We have a beautiful line of new Counterpanes froth 100 up A choice lot of Battenburg Pieces Dresser Scarfs Table Covers Doilies I j MAN IS IN BED Ky Oct James H the local house mover and heavy lifter had call for his life last He laid down to take nap when in flash the bed closed upon him hi mon his head and in that made him heIQ1 In the be for same fin alyy dfher of the wbd relief ieff lied and his bone Vas Al is lifter he was in such way that he was He says that he could pot have lived much if he been as he was about to an red salmon in the Alaskat pck will no dqubit revive the pfigtk in the jsotith Port land All our are guaranteed and fitted to the hand are the world over as the best We have also full line of Short the season very latest GoodsIThese run from i to 4per yard Voiles per yd 100 to 250 Voiles per yd 125 to 250 and per yard W 100 to 400 yd to 350 per yd 100 to 200 Wool 36in wide in all shades t at Messalines and per yard 69c shadesI 36in Satin in all per yd 100 DressMaking Miss is in of our Dress Department V I Thiladesof Winchester and Clark County who have visited store will come again Those who not acquainted with our store are invited to if they not purchase Come in and see t we have r I rw Clifton B Ross I LOCKED FOLDING DANVILLE 23Mr Baldwin a close Saturday night a a folding standing a position absolutely ss precarlouj positiq stCTggled inojpiejTtSj attracting niemDers family ritEilfol r euaiid brought Warnwat- bad 0ohar broken ftdugit Baldwin a heavy captured a absolutely helpless longer relieved smother Reviving Industry Scarcity of catfish industry Qregoniajx L e f i f i Gloves Gloves care- fullY Perrins known a Gloves Dress prices plain fancy Broadcloths foreign domestics Bordered Tailor Suiting flOO Shadow Stripes Batiste 450C Silks street evening Satins shades Bowen again charge Making x our are call even do wh hadnot Why He Never Spoke There was a man in our townand he was wondrous wise he never spoke unto his wife of his mothers cakes and pies The secret of his wisdom guess it if you can but if you cant behold itha was a bachelor man r e ADVERTISING RATES xo fne h ficeIif perwo diPt inser lion i5 cents per calendar Taibnth t Nothing counted less thanr 20 wprds No item charged Sn TJoclks for less tbarl25cents rent eight room house gas and water Must be centrally located Address B this office l123t FOR SALE Fine French Telescope Closed 10 inches drawn out 29iin ches New tripod Everything complete A bargain Call up old Ky telephone No 16L IlQ l t rv tr Ir4 t Thank God for Faults Thank God we do not live with I saints We live with people full of faults and it is excellent for the byImposingthe lesson that they giveParis Fir garo CLASSIFIED OLUMNi I WANTEDTo i I t WANTED SEWING I am PreP ared to dq all kinds of sewing Ladies shirt waists and childrens dress making a specialty Call at 234 S Highland street MRS J C LARY f 1019lmb WANTEDSecondhand oldfash ioned brass kettle Cheap Adr dress X News office 10= 126t WANTEDGood secondhand mans saddle Apply tHislfdffice r V x 10232t v t WANTEDrto rent board for sale or who C i want Jie1p to advertise in this col mail 1012= tf j 1ipW 4 4s is I i tL 4nnnsRag K a Fb t 9 tEs t iit4tr aa yfrg THE t r WINCHESTER NEWS 187fW-t lone YOUO Jer SetsB- y ROBERT W CHAMBERS 1 Author of TIM hgbtfet Clance Etc I icOpyrihtt1907 by Robert W Cbrob r G H H H tHiH eG qjMrsr Ruthvens motor moved up from its waiting station Rosamund Was quite ready to enter when Alixe said cordially Where can we drop you dear Do let us take you to the exchange if you are going there NoW Rosamund had meant to go wherever they were golpg merely be cause they evidently wished to be alone The abruptness of the check both irritated and amused her If I knew anybody In the Bronx Id make you take me there she said1 vindictively but as I dont you may drop me at the Orchils you uncivil creatures Gerald I know you want me anyway because youve promised to alpre honor and obey me If youll comewIth me now Ill play double 1 dummy with you No1 Well of all IngratitudeAnd smiled dazzlingly upon Ger ald then turned up her pretty nOse at him but permitted him to attend her to the Orchils door When he returned to Alixe and the car this speeding parkward he began again1 eagerly Jack asked me to come up and of course 1 let you know as I promised I would But its all right Mrs Ruth ven because Jack said the stakes will not be high this time You accepted in demanded Alixe in quick displeasureryes as are to amount to anything Gerald bat he said uneasily You promised me that you would not play again In my house I I said for more tfian I could af ford o you said you would not play- That Is what you promised Gerald Well I meant for high stakes I well you dont want to drive me out altogether even from the perfectly harmless pleasure of playing for nomi nal stakes yes I do- Wwhy asked the boy in hurt surprise Because it is dangerous sport Ger aldt What To play for a few cents a point Yes to play for anything And as far as that goesthere will be no such play as yqu Imagine Yes there willI beg your pardon but Jack Ruthven said so Gerald listen to me A boa man like yourself has no business playing with people whose losses never Inter fere with their appetites next day A business man has no right to play Suck a game anyway I wonder what Mr Neergard would say if he knew you Neergard Why he does know You confessed to him Yres I had to I was obliged toto ask somebody for an advance You went to him Why dldnjt you go to Captain Selwyn or to Mr Ge rardIdid not to Captain Selwyn I was ashamed to But I went to Austin and he fired up md lit into me and we had a mussup and Ive stayed away sinceOh Gerald And it simply proves me right Ko it doesnt I did go to Neer gard1 and made a clean breast of it And he let ie have what I wanted liken good fellow And made you promise not to do it again No he didnt He only laughed Besides he said that he wished he had been in the game Whft exclaimed Alixe Hes a first rate fellow Insisted Gerald reddening and it was very nice of you to let me bring him over E today And he knows everybody down town too file comes from a very old Dutch family but he had to work pret ty hard and do without college Id like it awfully if youd let meif you wouldnt mind being civil to him once or twice you know Im going to pro pose him for the Stuyvesant and the Proscenium Why not r see And now you propose to bring him to my house If youll let me I asked Jack and he seemed to think It might be all right if you cared to ask him to playI wont cried Alixe revolted I will not turn my drawing rooms into a clearing house for every money laden social derelict in town Ive had 4fn act icumulated wreckage long andlImxsickjoutburst stun he stared roundeyed at the excited young ma iron who was growing more incensed and more careless of what she ex posed every second I win not make a public gambling hell of my own house she repeated dark eyes very bright and cheeks afire I will not continue to stand- sponsor for alot of queer people simply because they dont care what they lose In Mrs Ruthvens house You babble to me of limits Gerald This xis the limit Do you or does anybody else suppose that 1 dont know what is being said about us =thatalav Iff 1 Lq iylcV f y k too nigh in our house mat we are easy in our choice of Intimates as long as they can stand the pace Do you think I was educated for this= IndusMMMrs Ruthvenr be gasped But she was absolutely reckless now and beneath it all perhaps lay n certainty of the boys honor She knew be was to be trustedwas the safest receptacle for wrath so long repressed She let prudence go with a parting and vindictive slap and opened her heart to the astounded boy The tempes lasted a few seconds Then she ended as abruptly as she began To him she had always been what a pretty young matron usually fe to a well bred but harebrained youth Jnst untethered Their acquaintance had been for him a combination of charm fng experiences diluted with gratitude for her interest and a nannies soup partfcisomething morea hint of the for bIddena troubled enjoyment because he knew of course that Mrs Ruthven was on no footing at all with the Gerards Dear Mrs Ruthven be blurted out with clumsy sympathy you mustnt think such things bbccause theyre all rot you see and if any fel IdIheard us criticise- dIwelleverybody I criticised of courSe But not as we are Do you read the papers Well then do yon understand how a woman must feel to have her husband continually made the butt of foolish absurd untrue stories as though he were a performing poodle IIm sick of that too for another thing Week after week month by- month unpleasant things have been accumulating and theyre getting too heavy Gerald too crushing for my shoulders Men call me restless What wonder Women link my name with any man who Is kind to me Is there no excuse then for what they call my restlessness What woman would not be restless whose private affairs are the gossip of everybody Was It not enough that I endured terrific publicity whenwhen trouble overtook me two years ago I suppose Im a fool to talk like this but a girl must do It some time or burst And to whom am I to go There was only one person and I cant talk tothat one Hethat per son knows too much about me any way which is not good for a woman Gerald not good for a good woman I mean a pretty good woman the kind peoples sisters can still talk to you knowI want you to believe me pow friend said Gerald in the low reso lute voice of uniutentiontJ melodrama Why thank you Are you so sure you want that Gerald1 Yes as long as 1 live be declared generous emotion in the ascendant A pretty woman upset him very easily even under normal circumstances But beauty in distress knocked him flat of it does every wholesome boy who IF worth his salt And he said so in his own naive fash ion and the more eloquent he grew the more excited he grew and the deeper and blacker appeared her wrongs to himShe was very light hearted that even jag when she dropped him at the Stuy vesant club and whizzed away to own house for he had promised herI play again on her premises and had promised to be nice to him take him about when she was shy of an escort On her way home Alixe smilingly reviewed the episode until doubt of Sel wyns approval crept In again and her amused smile had faded when she reached her home i Chapter a HE house of Rntbvcn was a small but ultra srmodern limestone af fair between Madison and Fifth a pocket edi tion of the larger man sions of their friends but with less excuse for the orerelabo ration since the dimensions were only twenty by a hundred Into this lime stone bonbon box tripped Mrs Ruth Yen mounted the miniature stairs with a whirl of her scented skirts pee- peclANYTHING LOS Ttonnd for sale for rent ul e ie in the cbictlJInl s- THE NEWS ANY WANT can be supplied in The STew classified column SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS J ji i tat the drawing mounting until ahe whipped into her own apartments separated from those tif her lord and master oy a lock doorThat is the door had been Jpckedfor along long time But- presently toiler Intense surprise and annoyance it slowly opened and a little man In Into this limestone bon pered feetbon box tripped Mrs He was a lIttle man and plump and at first glance his face appeared boyish and round and quite guiltless of hair or of any hope of It electricIwas no Idea that he had never been assailed some people His face was puffy and pallid and faint blue shadows hinted of closest shaving and the line from the wing of the nostrils to the nerve less corners of his thin hard mouth had been deeply bitten by the acid of unrestFor remainder he wore pale rose pajamas under a silk and silver kimono an obi pierced with a jeweled jscarfpln and be was smoking a ciga rette as thin as a straw Well said his young wife In as tonished displeasure Send her out a moments Hhe said with a nod of his head toward the maid His voice was agreeable and ulla trifle precise and overcultivat ed perhapsSWhen the maid retired Alixe sat up on the lounge drawing her skirts down over her small stockinged feet What on earth Is the matter she demanded The matter Is he said that Gerald has just telephoned me from the Stuy vesant that be Isnt coming Wen No It Isnt well This Is some of your meddling What It It Is7 she retorted but her breath was coming quicker in ten you xou can get up and ring him up and tell him you expect him tonightiShe shook her head eying him all the while I wont do it Jack What do you want him for He cant play with the people who play here He doesnt know the rudiments of play Hes only a boy His money Is so tied up that ne has to borrow if he loses very much Theres no sport in playing with a boy like that So youve said before I believe but Im better qualified to judge than you are Are you going to call him up 1 No I am not He turned paler Get up and go to that telephone You little whippet she said slow ly I was once a soldiers wife the only decent thing I ever have been This bullying ends now here at this Instant If 3ouve any dirty work to do do it yourself Ive done my share and Ive finished He was astonished That was plain enough But It was the sudden overwhelming access of fury that weakened him and made him turn hand outstretched blindly seeking for a chair Rage even real anger were emotions he seldom had to reckon with for he was a very tired and bored and burned out gentleman and vivid emo tion was not good for his arteries the doctors told him He found his chair stood a moment with his buck toward his wife then He swore at her very slowly let himself down Into the chair and sat facing her There was moisture on his soft pallid skin a nervous twitching of the uuder lip He passed one heavily ringed hand across his closely shaved jaw still staring at hex 41 want to tell you something he said Youve got to stop your inter ference with my affairs and stop it nowI am not interested in your affairs she said unsteadily still shaken by her own revolt still under the shock of her own arousing to a resistance that had been long long overdue If you mean she went on that the ruin of this boy Is your affair then Ill make it mine from this moment Ive told you that he shall not play and he shall not And while Im about it Ill admit what you are preparing to accuse me of I did make Sandon Craig promise to keep away I did try to make that little fool Scott Innis promise too and when he wouldnt I Informed hli fathet And every time you try your dirty bucket shop meth ods on boys like that Ill do thesame He swore nt her quite calmly She smiled shrugged and imprisoning her knees in her clasped hands leaned back and looked at him What a ninny I have ben she said to he afraid of vou so long jTtf be jutnhviitfruj A Poor y to Inspire Confidence Noun has ever by complaining of his ill luck induced ot rstto1iaTe confidence iriBJlin lrlrfw ir r t l J t r Quality Appearance Price The Three Great Points in the Purchasing of a Stove How often do you have an opportunity to buy stoves with these three in points their favor If the appearance is right 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 8ta price whicheveryone 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 reach of all Need a Stove Think It Over Grubbs Bento- nON CORNER WHY BUY WATER From Oyster Dealers 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 Socr quart HEm y be smart but arent YOU foolish Your water company will sell you water at a much lower rate Now if you want oysters onlyfresh pure natural flavor and sol id meatsno water at allour Sealshipt Oysters fill the bill Telephone an order or drop into our store T E BARNES N CEEatl3 rerA I ROYAl BABY PLATEI i pusherITHE RIM DOES IT No tray No Noosing fing rsIWill not INI TEACHES THE BABY HOW TO EAT i The Wiim Furniture Co 1 J fIHEATERS We are making a SPECIAL PRICE r I Ga l ndHatersW and on took Stoves 050 Heater to close out 8OTHERS IN PROPORTION G ant Witt Co SON Main St WD Ch st il c rIi7J t t I f fe th 4I7 1 fiX r I r 7 KI RUFUS RASTUS JOHNSTON BROWN WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WREN THE SNOW COMES DOWN eF MHEMDP BUY A NEATER FROM HusHON THE CORNER mmr HAGAN Gas and Gasoline Engines I SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMiCALQ Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES i HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 GCO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY Always the same some times better Brown Proctoria Hotel Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for the money 1a85 190STH- EBESTIWftNCEISTHECHfflPEST F you are not insured Find our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms BEfore insuringrsee us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 JiFOR Fresh t Cured Meats Fist Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK Conkwriglii Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos HCJa Specialty NO 19 North Main Street Both Phones WINCHESTER TAilORING CO MSCHMcKINNEYPjops Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over AJUniSr Murphy Store opp ConrtHouie CALL ON NElSONThe Transfer Man by day of night ifyou want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94 Night Phone 339 IF Yea WANT a cook Yin V ANT idtuatioir You WANT yelp Yoi WANT toseli V ff 1 Yoa WANT to buy Use the classified column of ThE Ns- i f A v p q t 1 A e c i a 0 1Y f tddlTHE QP P Sevan mm mm BY GOYERMEN- Ti i o 10 PREYEU FOREST fffi t Entire Iree Area of Country Can Be Efficiently Patrolled at llery Sma- ilCastSketch oi the Way in Which Conflagrations are Stopped Nothing could better call the at- tentionof thinking people to the ne cessity for the pifiervationof our nulniil resources thin the terrout- of several days gl the burning of fourteen helpless men and women These great forest fires have been widely distributed throughout the country and have played much havoc This summer It is doubtful if the losses for Lc Ylr1908 will ever be tully knows but a conservative estimate by Dr W 3 HcGeej Erosion Expert United State Department of Agriculture lacesil1e aggregate lossin all part of the country during these months of configriition at 1000000 a day Wre Prevetable In nearly every instance probably rin every instance these devastating tires might have been prevented if the various States had provided an adeoui number of men to patrol the vuods and arrest all such fires in their incipiency and if lumber men lull other users of the forest were careful to dispose of brush after logging so as to prevent the spread of fires Lot of Work to do Uncle Sam has had alotof work to do tin his National 1orests in the firefighting line this year but hi work as shown good results Exclusive of the salaries of forest offi cers the work tS putting down fires on the National Forests for the year has cost the government 30000 This means protecting approximately 168000000 acres The value of the timber destroyer will not be known until the fire reports are made 1at the end of the year though it is estimated that it will be larger than Jast year But it will be insignificant hen compared with the appalling fire losses outside of the National Forests on unprotected areas or with the destruction which wouli rave come to the timber in the National orests had they not been pro tected Increased Service These results have come through the increased efficiency of fro patrol and methods of fighting fire and through the cooperation of settlers andusers of Forests who under stand that the Forests are their property and that a loss from fire is n personal one By posting fire lotices and giving advice the Go ernment has secured cooperation from the outside which may be said to be as important an agency in re ducing the loss from forest fires as is the perfection ofmachinery for fighting these fires- Cutting Timber Aft timber is cut the regulation require brush to bo compactly piled at a safe distance from living trees Sometimes this brush is burned under directi of a Forest officer but even if it is allowed to stand no fire that starts tfnds fuel by which it finn spreal The National Forests are con L stantly patrolled by a picked force of raijtrs and guards The present summ force of such rangers and vghiard1 whose main duty is fire pa trol ic Tt351 men the average area that vifh is required to protect i 12150 acres It is fully understood that tbii area is altogether too largo and jiv as soon as funds are avail able to permit of the employment of a larg i force of men the area will bd reduceRapid Means of Travel In rder to provide rapid means of travel tetween the various parts of the National Forests and to facilitate the massing of larpe fogees of men to fight fire as well as to furnish vantage points from which tho fires may be fought Successfully 160 miles of road and 3300 miles of trail were built yearnIn sevial cases firebreaks from 16 to IOU feet in width have been con structe V from which all timber and inflammable material is removedto furnish obstacles io the spreadof fire or straight lines defense in fighting the fire office started Several mies of such firebreaks now exist o the National Forests in Southern California where it is es peciajly important that the forest cover a the watersehds of important irrigation streams be protected Telephone Lines Telephone lines have been con structed connecting ranger stations with ii headquarters of the Forest in ordvi that fires may be reported and promptly extinguished During vMe fiscal year ending June 30 1008 500 miles of telephone line were r const Lted in the National Forests Just ns rapidly as possible each National Forest is supplied with shovels axes and othef tools which are distributed over the Forests and cabins and tool boxes are placed at points where there is the greatest danger of fire and where they can be easily reached by trail Field glass es arc also furnished since the- iruin discovering small fires at a considerable distance has proved very hJpful UPI the basis of the Forest Ser vice experience on the National For ests ti which the total administra tic n per acre including fire patn amounts to only one cent the whole forest area of the United States Otlt be protected from fire at a total cos of less than 3000000 This would ave an annual loss of 20 00000 for Limb r alone to say noth ing of the enormous loss of life the loss to new tree growth the loss of soil iiiility the damage to river coirses and adjacent farm country and the depreciation In forest wealth and land values TOO FAIR FOR USEFUL WORK Charming Compliment Credited to Bishop Potter May Have Had a Touch of Sarcasm The late Bishop Potter saida famous beauty at a dinner in New yYorkcould pay charming compli ments He paid me a charming compliment when I was a young girl It was at a country house in Ver mont Bishop Potter was very busy in the library one morning when I entered He at once asked me to help himlie gave me a list of charity subscriptions to addup As I set to work Bishop Potter bending over me said a You must forgive me I have grave compunctions about asking you to do anything useful It is as if one should eat hash from a gold dishcarved by Benvenuto Cellini or use for a napkin square of Venetian lace THE WAY OUT Mistress Now Jane you have broken more china this month than your wages will cover What are we to doMaldWell I dont know mum but suppose you raise my wages POOR MAN HEIR TO FORTUNE A carpenter named Schmidt of Spendelhof in Germany has just come into an inheritance of 6500 000 in money and immense estates from a relative who became a gen eral in the Russian army and mar reed a Russian countess but died childless For three years the search for the heir has been going on and It was only lately that the Bavarian legation in St Petersburg was informed that he was living quite ignorant of his riches in a tiny village in the Palatinate CAMEL MEAT FOR PARISIANS Camel meat i k the fashionable delicacy in Par this autumn as a result apparently of the open ingupof Morocco A large whole sale butcher in Paris has signed con tracts for the supply ina months time of a large consignment of humps and heads Camel it seems is like prime beeI only tastier Camel foal is muchmore fancied by gpunnets than veal The hump is the daintiest morsel but the head is also a delicacy eaten pickled London TelegraphS jst LA 3 17 j t11v s ii r FarflTanaGarden THE HOME GREENHOUSE Easy to Haw Freeh Vegetables Hi Winter The old Men that only the extremely rich can afford to have fresh sego tables d1iritg the winter months is a mistake declared a woman who has supplied her family with fresh vegetables for the last four winters and has old enough besides to pay all the expenses of heating and working her greenhouse With only an ordinary IN TWO COMPARTMENTS greenhouse and the same amount of care that Is given geraniums palms and other house plants an abundant supply of fresh vegetables can be had all the winter long- I have a threequarter span green house eighteen feet long It is divided In the middle of a glass partition for the sake of controlling the tempera tureIn one compartment I raise toma toes and string beans along with roses and other flowers requiring a warm house The second compartment is almost exclusively devoted to vegeta bles though I usually try to have a few carnations on hand for the sake of their blossoms and perfume Almost every variety of vegetable that grows in our gardens may be successfully raised in the hothouse ex cepting green corn peppers eggplant and such subtropical plants When it comes to money returns tomatoes and lettuce are In greatest demand during the cold months and fetch almost any price that you choose to ask Last winter I sold a dozen tomatoes for a dozen dollars They were nice smooth fellows of a beautiful color but not large They were bought by a family whose country home is near mine and who were giving a luncheon and fresh tomatoes were about the nicest and most expensive salad to be hadThat was during the first week in December and those tomato plants had already been bearing a month Properly managed tomato plants can safely be depended on to bear from November to June The plants should be put on the benches in the greenhouse in rather poor soil as blossoms set much sooner in it than in rich earth When the first crop is well on manure should be added and the application contin ned all the winter and spring to in duce new growth with fresh blossoms fruitDuring the first two months it Is necessary to fertilize the blossoms by applying the pollen with a camels hair brush When the plants get older it PHBTHiJZINO THB BLOSSOMS is only necessary to Jar tho vines ev ery day rO and the pollen will spread sufficiently When the vines grow too freely I prune them thoroughly In some in Btancts I prefer the one stem system of pruning tying to an upright wire The temperature of my tomato house Is between 60 and 75 degrees Unless a person has tasted the string beans grown under glass he yearly does not know how delicious a common vegetable can be I have found the Early Warwick the most desirable variety for growing in the greenhouse It Is extremely easy to grow does not require a very rich soil and occupies the spacea short time usually from six to eight weeks In the colder half of my greenhouse the temperature ranges from 50 to 65 degrees Lettuce caullfloweij and radishes are the three vegetables Which are to be had tthere every day throughout the winter i Jtc t t 7 itwf H THE GAME LAW Sections From the Sfatuttsertain ing to the Hunting of Rain bits 1uirrels rld JQdalU I These sections of the game laws of Kentucky ve been taken from the General Statutes and should prove of timely interest to hunters Section 1944 of the act of February 27 1S95 provides No person shall catch kill or nur sue vifh such intent or have the tame in possession after it has been caught or killed any quail par tridge or pheasant between the first day of January and the fifteenth day of November in each year Sec 1947 No person shallat any time catch kill or take by means of net trap box or snare or have in possession after having been se caught killed or taken any snail partridge or pheasant Act of March 18th 1904 Sec 17 No person shall kill or pursue with such intent qr have in his po esHon when so klkil iy jvHii or squirrel between Ho 15 day of September and the fifteenth day of Now ember in each year Provid ed any one may catch rabbits with dogs or in snares pct of March 24th 1904 Sec 1 That is shall be unlawful in the State of Kentucky at any time to buy sell expose for sale or have in oscssion for the purpose of bar tering or selling any wild turkeys nheasanls grouse partridge or quaiL viiiiJi lave been H11i tl WMIU tii StateSec 4 Whoever violates any pro visions of this act shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than twentyfive dollars for a first offense and not less than twentyfive dollars nor more than fifty dollars forany subsequent offense DEAD MAN STOOD ERECT The weird spectacle of dead man standing erect and unsupported in a churchyard was recently witnessed at Stinfold Sussex where Maurice Ganaway laborer 37 had hanged himself to a yew tree His feet touched the groundand when the rope was taken oftthe body remained erect for half an hour until laid prone by the doctor who was called Bigor mortis had set in and two small twigs under the feet main tained the balance of the body Peoples StateBank CAPITAL OOOOO Thi5bnk began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number ofonr v depositors and in the vohneof our business VVe enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business- J M HODGKIN Cashier t J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President MAKELIFEWORTK r rr ti LIVING Wi By Buying Your Racket Goods Paint Wall Paper and Floor Oil Cloth from Baber Reeves HOMK PHONE 234 No 9 E Broadway HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHYI Remember that hghgrade fotografs and portraits make appropriate Xmas presents Place your orders with EARP The Artist nowt and avoid the rush daring the holidays- ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS DONT FALL IN with the popular error thatbecause we are a home concern you cannot do us well here as a hundred miles proveitWhen yon buy lime cement ter or building materials from usRryou will be more than satisfiedt U ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER our motto t The WINKMARTIN GOAL SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED c P MANNS Billiard Cafe Barber SHop and Bath Fixtures to be sold at Public Auction Court Day MONDAY OCTOBER 26th at 2 P M Being unable to attend to the bus iness here and his Confectionery at Paris Mr Mann ha authorized me to sell the above named business at public auction B F AdcocKPARIS Ramsey Transfer Co Hauling of All Kinds Furniture Moving a Specialty HOME PHONE r JOB PRINTING i i Out facilities are the best in East ern Kentucky for turning out high class Job Work at reasonable prig J Ces Lawyers I briefs and all kinds r bookwork promptlyand accurate ly attended to Give us a call and let us do a some work for you The Winchester News INOOFZFOFRATED l WIIMOHESTER KY Lv t f s r 7 TF z i tIf0 tr 1 r wooJPaeEjt 0 THE WiCHEWEItltEWS I Deti Suffer with Indigestion arid pay unnecessary doctors billsallowing yourself i and familpto eat impure foods when the best can be had at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and v ready for your inspection Fanc Prunes 12 12c 15c and 2Qc per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c nd2Oc Ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb I t Weipresent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for terndell Pure Foods Chase Santa Coffees and Teas Prices Lard and SauRed Cross Flour Huylers Candles Dells Flowers STREAMS IN KANSAS- OVERFLOWING BOTTOMS KANSAS ITJOct 23The rainstprm tllat Iias been generalover the Southwest for three days follow ing a hastbroken all Otoberrecords in amount of precipitation At Lawrence Kan the rainfall- yesterday 560 inches broke all the October rainfall records for twenty two hours In Kansas City during the twentyfour hour ending at 7 oclock this morning the precipita tion was 438 inches which is a new record for twentyfour hours All the streams in Kansas and Ok lahoma are pverflowing the bottoms and there has beensome loss of corn and cotton and many bridges have been washed away KEMTUCKY BANKS BOOMIPJG i Had 100000 More Deposes on Sep tember 23rd Than on July 5th The 136 National Banks in Ken tucky outside pfLouisville h d100 000 more individual deposits on Sep tember 23rd than on July 15th ac cording to a statement just issued by 3seC iirollei of the Cm cn The statement shows last month Keutuc y National Banks outside of Louisville lid total resources ot 6290 76531 loans and discounts 35802 6l054 capital stock paid in 1t 31O0surplus fund 3 71H83743 individualdeposits 31 84061384 The percentage of legal reserve to deposiis was 1790 and the percent age to deposits of cash on hand redemption fund and due from re servo entSiwas 2571 TAKES OWN LIFE Mn Indicted forNight Riding Com mits Suicide J PADUCAH Ky Oct 23John Prescott nineteen years of age one of the men indicted for the night lid r raid on Birmingham Ky shot and instantly killed himself in the presence of his fathr at his home in Lyons county POLICE ARONABLE EOLOCATE WISEMAN Henry Wiseman the farmer who it isv alleged criminally assaulted his- sixtconyearold steprdau hter near this city aboit tlir e weeks ago has evidently m ell opdhis escape The police and sheriffs of this and ad joining counties Jiaye been working on the case1thaVe been unable so iar to fin d any clue whatever as to Wisemans whereabputs It is thought thafche has gone West for it is said that Jie hacLbeen contemplat ing going there Y f g TOBACCO SALE MILWAUKEE iS Oct 23Af ter arranging for a tobacco pool of nearly 4500000 pounds over three times the amount handled last year the tobacco branch of the Wiscon inS ciety of Equity adjourned its three days session h yesterday The societys coristitufion precludes from membership all members who raise tobacco andrefuto pool it Twelve cents a pound probably will be the minimum price decided upon i HURRAH FOR WINCHESTER Hurrah for Vinchester and her fine young daily the Winchester News We are immensely pleased with the paper and have loved the city from the first The place is i w6rthy a firstclass daily and the 3STevs seems to flU the bill completely I y both gr9Vf to metropolitan pro portions is the sincere wish of the iGouiier Tlie Williamstown Gonrieiv p BLUE LAWS VALID j INCOLN iOct 23TiySu pr hic wOiirfcyUipay n ity yf n Niraskm blue Jaws h iiimg r m st nil Sunday bisi 4nes 1aust1iis q rI ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS o fij t ITHE MARKETS I CINCINNATI IS STEADY CINCINNATI 0 Oct 22Re ceipts and shipments of live stock at the Cincinnati Union Stockyards were Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 376 5868 814 Shipments 264 2917 110 Cattle Steady shippers 450 550 extra 560565 good to chbice 4465 common to fair 3 375 heifers extra 4425 good to choice 3254 common to fair 2 225 cows extra 365385 good to choice 285360 common to fair 1275 canners 12bulls steady 3o350 ex Ira36b365 fat bulls 325 3051 milch cows steady Galyfe Strong to 25c higher ex ira ffd far to good 6750 common and large 250725 Hogs l Active strong 1015c high er good to choice packers and butchers 585590 mixed packers 4955585 stags 275450 common to choice heavy fat sows 350 5 j extra 510 light shippers 440 5485 pigs CUb lbs and less 325435 Sheep Steady extra 365375 good to choice 35360 common to tail 125290 Lambs Steady extra 5 50 good to choice 5540 common to fai 375 475 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Oct 22CattleRe ceipts about 11000 Market stead to a shade lower Beeves 3155 15 Texans 325450 Westerners 300565 stockers and feed ers 260445 cows and heifers 150 510 calves 600 850 HogsReceipts about 22000 Miir keo 5c to lOc higher Light 510 505 mixed 525805 heavy 525605 roughs 525545 good to choice heavy 545 5605 pigs 325490 bulkof sales 5355375 Sheep Receipts about 18000 Market steady Native 240450 Western 240 Th450 yearlings 425500 lambs 375 570 Western 375570 Wes tetn 375580 WHEAT MARKET FIRM ON ARGENTINA NEWS CHICAGO Oct 22 News from Argentina was again the chief factor in the local wheat market and caused a sharp upturn in prices today Range of Futures The leuing futureS Tanged as fol Jvs WHEAT Open High Dec 997s 1 OQiA iMav 1 03V8 10334 JaU 98 9b Low Close oDeql r J 993 99 T A1ay 10971 103 Jhly 9734 973i CORN Open High rDGe 63 63 iIay 623 63 July 6238 G233 Low Closetf Dec V 63iy4 631z- r Max 6238 62 u I 62 62 iWOMEN CANVASSHIG The English saffragists who had already defeated thirteen of the Gov ernment candidates at snressive by ccctions have just defeated a four toenth This latest achievement took plaQeat Pudsey in Yorkshire which up tothis time had been looked n as a stronghold of the Liberal Party The repprts say The most remarkable feature of the contest was the uprising of the women themselves es pecially the married women On eloc I3oh day thousands stood outidothc- pfling bopths to urge fife votvrs to vote against the g vicnet and they did Lv tHERE ON BUSINESS Mr Robert Blackburn County n IkorF dwell county was in Win h Friday on business trrJf n BRANDENBURG fsTfo Oh Charge That Cleveland Letter 1aForgery Dayton p Oct 23LAs he was boarding a train for New York city here Broughton Brandenburg was ar Tested by local detectives on the charge of forgery and grand larceny A telegram from the New York city police department advised the local Department to hold Brandenburg He is alleged to have sold the New York Times a letter which he represented to have been written by Grover Cleve land In which tile dead statesman red ctedtht election of Taft and which letter Is now declared to have Keen a forgery- Brandenburg was locked up in the police tlonaB the amount of his bail was not fixed In a statement Brandenburg says that he had the proper authority from Mrs Cleveland and from Mr Hast ings coexecutor of the Cleveland es tate before he sold the article to the Times and furthermore asks if it is reasonable that any sane man would falsify the utterances of an expresi dent of the United States for 120 At the time he was arrested he said he was on his way to New York city to give District Attorney Jerome ad ditional evidence He says the arrest was made by t1oSO interested in off setting the influence of Mr Cleve lands utterance who wished to secure a dramatic clfmax just before election TRACTION fRANCIS Is Defeated by Cleveland Voters by Majority of 995 Cleveland 0 Oct 23The fran chise under which the Municipal Traction company Is operating the local street railway lines on a threecent fare basis was defeated by a majority of 951 In tho referendum vote hero The total Vote cast was upwards of 75000The defeat of the franchise may mean that the railway property will revert to its original owners and that the old rate of fare strife which lasted even years will be renewed The only alternative will be for the city jouncll at once to grant a new fran chise which will save the property to the Municipal Traction company Royal Nuptials Berlin Oct 23Duchess Alexandra Victoria of SchleswlgHolstein daugh ter of Prince Frederick Duke of SchleswlgHolstein was married in the chapel of the imperial palace to Prince Auguste William of Prussia fourth son of Emperor William The ceremony was witnessed by the mem bers of the imperial family and some 50 princes and princesses of the minor German royal houses The chancellor of the empire Prlnce Von Buelow asj well as the other high state function aries the members of the diplomatic corps including Dr Hill the American ambassador and the members of the embassy staffs with their wives together about 800 guests also were present The civil ceremony was held in the private apartment of the palace after which the empress placed the Hohehzollern crown upon the head of the young princess Loses Life to Save Dog Sandusky 0 Oct 23 Captain John Robinson of the barge Cutter was limed at Kelleys Island The boat was docking when a pet dog fell overboard Captain Robinson jumped into the water to save the dog and was caught between the vessel and the dock He was crushed so badly he died on the way to the hospital here Captain Robinson was a veteran navigator well known on the lakes Morse Juror III york Oct 23Sudden illness which attacked one of the jurors re sulted ina temporary halt in the trialI of Charles W Morse the financier and A H Curtis former president of the National Bank of North America The sick man Is Gordon Wendell HeI is suffering from acute Indigestion and kidney trouble and is now at his home under guard of a eueral officer His condition is not regarded as seri ous and Assistant District Attorney Wise said he hoped the trial would be resumed before the end of the present week Now In the Courts Chicago Oct 23The dispute be tween the city and the Chicago and the Oak Park Elevated railroad corn pany arising fund netally from the desire cf the city to compel the com pany to etevate its tracks west of Fiftysecond av nlleand to afford improved service to patrons found its way into court The franchise of the road West of Fiftysecond avenue expired a month ago and Mayor Busse has expressed a determination to force concessions from the road be fore it is renewed NEW PRESIDENJ LEXINGTON Oct 23 President R Hi Crossfield of Taansylyania University who has concluded his pastoral work a t Owensboro has re turned to Lexington and will make his future honielhere He arrived in Lexington yesterday morning in time to conduct the devotional exercises at chapel after which he made a short talk in which he said that he would be here from now on and would take up his full duties as resident at once- Although Dr Crossfields family have riot arrived in Lexington they will come as soon as he finds a home for thetn V r I j 1 X J 12000TSH PENTOFv TOBACCO IS FINISHED Woodford County Growers Crops Disposed of to Cincinnati Brokers VERSAILLES Ky Oct 23The Equity vndrehouse has just finished shipping to Spillman and Ellis and W L Petty Cincinnati brokers 12 000 worth ojE tobacco owned by Various Woodford county growers A special election to choose precinct members of the Woodford County Board of ControLdf the Budle Tobacco Society w ll be held at the fol lowing precincts next Saturday CK tober 24at 2 p nj Nonesuch Troy Pihkard MUvile ithierpoon- SHAFT TO BOONE Petition to Erect Monument in Cum berland Gap- MIDDLESBOROPGH Ky Oct 23 Congressman W P Brownlow of TRnnessee has been presented a monster petition signed by citizens of Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia asking that the United States Gov ernment donate 5000 toward the erection of a monument to Daniel Boone in farfamed Cumberland Gap in the Cumberland Mountains Congressman Brownlow announces he will support the petition The school children of Kentucky Tennes see and Virginia will also be asked to donate their dimes and dollars toward this movement Au effort will be made to erect a monument valued at 100000 or more in the Cumberland Mountains on the old Boone trail Daniel Boone and other early pioneers having used this trail when the West was opened up to Americans of the Virginias and Carolinas An object lesson road over the mountains has just beer completed at a cost of 25000 The road was built under the supervision of the United States Government The monument will be erected at the corner of the three States on this road KENTUCKY TO FRANC DEXINGTOtf Ky Oct 23 The stallions Octagon and Ethebert aid fifteen mares from August Behnonis Ntrsery Stud were bhpped yester dity to New York to take steams u laoiTpv tor France They arc to be phaCelsIfl the farjp leased bj Mr Belmont near BietteSTRUANT OFFICER Prof It M Shipp went to Frank fort Wednesday to confer with State Superintendent Crabbe with reference to the appointment of a truant officer for the Winchester schools A careful in vestigation of the attendance compared with the Assessors report shows that there are less than twenty white children between the ages of V and 14 that are not in attendance In the colored school the shownig is not so good being more than 125 pupils out of school between the ages of 7 and 14 The truancy in the white shcool shows that there is no need for a truant officer and jt is to be hoped that the taxpayers will not be caused the unnecessary expense ORDAINING WOMEN Mrs Phoebe Stone Beeman wife of a minister of the Methodist Epis copal Church is urging the light of women to serve as pastors in cliur ches of this denomination as well as men IUifc will inaugurate a movement toward permitting women to be n riilarly ordained as Methodist min isters as they are it some other iriiininutions Mrs Beemart is a nicce of Lucy Stone a pioneer in the cause of woman suffrage and founder of the Womans Journal l THROWN FROM HORSE Mayfield Ky Oct 2B Harry Watkins general manager of the Clay Switch mines near here has return ed home from Dumor near Louisville where he was seriously injured a few days ago by being thrown from- a hors One rib was broken and his body badly bruised r EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society that was in session here Thursday adjourned Thursday night There was 10 im portant business transacted at the meeting All that vas done was the regular routine work SPEAK IN JESSAMINE Judge J M Benton and Hon W M Watts will be the sneakers at a Democratic rally at High Bridge Jessamine county Friday night Attan the sale of Manns Billiard Hall and Cafe Monday at 2 oclock and buy at your own prices TO be sold wthoutreservc or by bidi v 10213t l Y t l e 55piA LOWLANDS IHMATINED By Sudden Rise of Waters In Arkan Isa River Muskogee Okla Oct 23The Arkansas river here Is rising at thena of a foot and a half an hour and there is no indication of a recession Cthe rains Grave fears are expressed for the safety of residents of the river bottoms and watchmen were stationed along the river banks to give warning in case of an overflow Flood Wrecks Bridge Independence Kan Oct 23The Verdigris river has risen 27 feet as a result of the heavy downpour Rain is still falling Debris collected under the false work of the Union Traction companys new unfinished bridge and it was wrecked entailing heavy loss Rainfall Breaks Record Lawrence Kan Oct 23The rainfall here was 560 inches This makes the heaviest precipitation for any single rainfall in October in 22 years according to the University of Kansas weather bureau Children Horribly Mangled Lexington Ky Oct 23News has reached here that Charles and Millard Hale aged 6 and 9 years respectively were horribly wounded by the explosion of a railroad torpedo at their home in Bri field The children play Ing along the railroad track found the torpedo and took It home to use as a target to throw at The first missile thrown hit the torpedo squarely causing It to explode with the rresult as stated They are not ex pected to live- Kentucky Town Threatened Madisonvllle KyOct 23Forest fires which have been raging in this county for several days have destroyed thousands of dollars worth of property The burned section covers over eight miles and fences corn crops and timber have been lost Farmers are unable to cope with the flames on account of all creeks being dry Flames reached within three ailes of a YUle town mear hero and the residences were in danger for a time EVEN BREAK Is Experienced by Dryt and Wets In Two Counties Columbus O Oct 23 Coshocton county voted dry by a majority of 594 Twentysix saloons are affected all of them in the city of Coshocton which gave a wet majority of 886 Fairfield county voted to retain sa loons by a majority of 328 Lancas ter the county seat gave a majority of 980 for the wets There are 35 sa loons in the county To date 33 counties in the state have voted dry affecting 871 saloons and five have voted wet Saloon Men IndictedITiffin 0 Oct 23Immediately after the local option election the Sene ca county grand jury indicted Al Bruce of Fostoria and Melvin Tarlton of Tiffin for illegally selling liquor The official majority for the wets in this county was 1438 Fires Kill Trout Malone N Y Oct 23Sportsmen have just discovered that the forest fires in the Adirondacks have worked havoc among the trout with which many streams throughout the burned sections are well stocked Thousands of dead trout have been found in the bottoms and along the edges of the streams and it is believed they have been killed by impurities in the water caused either by ashes or smoke- ODD FELLOWS The Delaney Encampment of the Odd Fellows will meet at their lodge rooms Friday night There will be work in the Royal Purple degree and every member is requested to be pres ent ITIVtIN tDtfCt Passenger trains leave Winchester ufollows O 6s 0 EAST BOUND s No 26 Daily EL SundAy 842 a m 1157anilNoNo 24 DailyZ 925 p m 0 O WEST BotteD mNomNoL N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 a m mNoNo 31 Daily 1109 p m L N NORTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 a m mNoNo 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EASTBOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 305 p m No 4 Daily 813 am L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 a m No 3 Daily 520 p m Lexington Eastern Ry Go Time Card In Effect June 21 1908 No4x1JTLT xWinchesterL 6t E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 420 938- Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Beattyvillo JunctThxL 510 10- 17Atliol1 587 1045 O K Junction 605 thiS ArJackson 610 ll2O Noi No 8 No5- wzsr Dany SutBOUND DanEx Sun I Only K Pi X 700O730BeattyvilleTorrent730 841 815 826CamptonStanton 815 426 854 ClarCity 825 435 t902 934WinchesterAJ Lexington 955 605 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will Kt3terUng 4mnKyBeattyville aad4TTill forBeattyvilleO K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the O K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations J B BARR General Managdrv OHAS SCOTT G PA I7U PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT L JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STETCiSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Sz WinchesterRy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches rKy- DR W C WORTiINGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to pmand7to8pin New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky J Now Is the Time As this isari offvear we are pot over run with work Althoughwe are able to furnish our help 10 hours work a day every day in the week We wish you vould 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 good and we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work The above is especially directed to the Agriculturalist and is applicable to Manufacturers who are waitingfor the good times that are sure to come- soon after the holidays Do not put it off because it is small We d9not like small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself Remember you do not have to go to Cincinnati or Lpuisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Wood or Metal PatternsGray Iron Steel l SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and White Metal Castings j i r JVe are agents for Structural Steel qfrallPshapes sIzesI Eagle Casting CoINCORPORATED F G CQRNEUU t ager r 555 ij I p 3 h I Ji I J