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Digital page images are linked to the text file. re y =lOFALL THE WORLD INoIW VOL 1 NO15 WINCHESTER WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 CENTS A COPY 10 A WEEK I DIES AS RESULT 1OFTHERUNAWAY sdaytlc Daughters Are Better jt t William C hisskull fractured in the runaway while out driving Monday afternoon with Mrs M Bowden and her two daughters Misses Nannie and Willa died at the St Joseph Hospital in Lexing ton Tuesday night at Q oclock with out ever regaining consciousness Mr Shafer was 46 years ofage and resided with his mother Mrs Amanda J Shafer at Tena Alta West Virginia He was State Sec retary of the West Virginia Sunday School Association and had arrived in this city last Saturday from Huntington W Va where he had been at tending the State Sunday School convention to be the guest of the Bowden family v Family at Bedside His mother and Mr James S Iilli ver a brotherinlaw arrived yester SKTday morning from their home and a rwere at his bedside when he died Besides his mother Mr Shafer leaves two sisters Mrs S Sands of Balti more Md Mrs James S Miller of Tena Alta W Va Mrs Shaker and Mr Miller left Lexington with the remains over the Queen and Crescent Toad for Tena Alta where tW inter j da ment will take place Thursday Are Doing Well Dr B F Johnson the Bowden physician stated this morning that Mrs Bowden and her daughters were doing nicety Mrs Bowden will be able to sit up he thought Wednes day Miss Willa Bowden who re ceived severe cuts and bruises about her head and had her eyes hu- rttWas much improved Since the ac cident occurred she has been unable to open her eyes until this morning when she succeeded in opening one sufficiently to see The woundover r the eye of Miss Nannie Bowden is nealing nicely and it willonly be a entirewaS the least hurt of all and has never been confined to her bed flIGH SCHOOL IfPTIIPC COURSE Rev 0 J Chandler Opens Series fWitii Talk on Character of Joseph The first of the series of lectures by the pastors of the city that has been arranged by Superintendent Shipp was delivered Wednesday morning by Rev 0 L Chandler of the Main street Methodist Church at Hickman street chapel His subject as announced was Joseph He prefaced his lecture with the expression of his esteem for the l work of the public school He con sidered the public scho He con sidered the public school training as basic and essential Some General Rules In his treatment of his subject he laid down some general rules that govern the study of character He said that it was impossible to cor rectly study contemporaneous or very modern characters as prejudice and self interest would most certain ly becloud the judgment He said that a correct idea of the outline form and size of a mountain could only be had a great distance so characters must be studied after years and centuries have softened their light Dant he said was banisehd from his beloved Florence but was today esteemed as one of the great world poets So we turn for the study of character The T events of life are chronicled in the oldest book in the world to study ethical precepts and principles A Typical Man Joseph like all typical men suf fered for his own and the faults of c those about him but the punishment Tie received brought out the strong features of his character andmade Turn one of the founders ofa great race and a worldwide religion- In Joseph we find an idealist and a dreamer While he toiled in and enjoyed the present he saw the pos sibilities of the future and lived in the hope ofa greater life Pays High Tribute Mr Chandler paid a ihijrh tribntc c TTT 7T i r f r1 L Il i FOR THE YJ UI DING OF WINCHESTER LARK OUNTYA 1 D EASTERN KENTUCKY fiJ Tnu WINCIiEsTEhfiNEWSt r f f2 CENTS BURGLARS BLOW UP TWO SAFES Gallipolis Postoffice Loses Sixteen Hundred Dollars in Money and Stamps Special to The News GALLIPOLIS 0 Oct 28 Burglars blew up two safesin the local postoffice this morning Gallipolis is on the river and it is supposed that the thieves escaped by this route They succeeded in getting away with sixteen hundred dollars in stamps and money The postoflice authorities and go jernmeiit detec tives will soon be on the scene COL T EL STUART MAY GO TO OHIO Has Been Asked to Campaign There by Speaking Committee of State Col T G Stuart of this city re ceived a letter this morning from the speaking committee of the State of Ohio asking him to come the last of this week to make several speeches in the Northern part of the State in the interest of the Democratic candidates This is the second very urgent re quest that Col Stuart has received to speak in Ohio and he thinks that lie will probably go there some time the latter part of the week Col Stuarts speech before tlic Committee of Rules at the Denver convention won many homes for him in the hearts of his fellow Demo crats and ever since then he has re ceived numerous invitations from different parts of the country to ome and make speeches He has already spoken in several States in the interest of Bryan and Kern MR1 D S AGGARD lS NAfi1ED ON COMMITTEE Grand Master Smith of Somerset Appointed the Local Man Mr D S Haggard of this city has been appointed a member of the Widows and Orphans committee of the Masonic lodge Mr Haggard received his appointment yesterday from the new Grand Master Judge Virgil P Smith of Somerset Ky Mr Haggard received a very complimentary vote at Louisville a few weeks ago for the office of Grand Junior Warden Since Wincbeste lodge No 20vof Masons has been organized it has furnished four Grand Masters to the State namely Judge Chilton Allan Asa K Lewis Gen J B Huston and Charles Egin ton the latter being elected for two terms REWARD OFFERED FOR CAPTURE OF WISEMAN t Judge Evans Received Notice From Governor Willson That 50 Will be Granted by State Judge Evans received a letter this morning from Governor Willson say ing that he had offered a reward of 50 for the arrest of Henry Wise man the farmer who it is alleged criminally assaulted his 15yearold stepdaughter near this city about three weeks ago Wiseman made his escape and nothing has been seen or heard of him since INEW RESIDENCE Mr M T Taylor is erecting a nica twostory building on C street to the man of vision and attribut edto his dreams all great reforms arid movements for upbuilding of race He admonished his hearers not to give themselves up to the enjoyment of sweets of today lest they render the future a faded flower fro which all sweet and joy has been extracted The students of the High School greatly appreciated the talk and look forward with highest thatIr SENATOR ELKINS AND HIS WASHINGTON HOME especiallyinterestingof a prince of the Italian royal family As on example of a self made Amer becomingmultimillionaire a ASKS FOR 100000 DAMAGES FROM THE NIGHT UKF Henry Bennett Brings Suit in United States Court at Louisville Against Many Defendants r 1 Special to The News Louisville Ky Oct 28A suit for 100000 damages which was filed in the United States circuit court for the Sixth circuit at Louisville prom- Ises to become an important factor in the night riding situation in Kentucky and Tennessee The plaintiff Henry Bennett on the morning of Feb 4 lastv was set upon and terribly beaten with clubs and thorn switches and as he claims maimed and badly injured by a band of night riders At the same time his stemmery and tobacco factory and other large and valuable buildings were destroyed by the night riders In the suit he Is proceeding not only against the actual persons who were present at the time of the destruction of his property and injury to LEADER RECOGNIZED By Woman Whose Boy Was Killed by Night Riders Union City Tenn Oct 28Atrng the prisoners held at Camp Nemo is a man who it is said has been iden tified as the leader of a band of night riders who several weeks ago murdered a youth near Hickman Ky on the same night that a family of nee Braes was killed It is declared here that the mother of the murdered boy Identified the prisoner as soldiers who had taken him into custody were passing her houseAccording to reports received hero of the Hickman raid the night riders after disposing of the family of ne- groes went to the home of the boy and despite the protests of his moth er forced him to accompany them When he did not return a search was instituted It is said and his body was found buried In the woods near Hickman The name of the woman and the prisoner have been suppressed for the time Governor Returns to Camp Camp Nemo Ree foot Lake Tenn Oct28Le return to camp of Governor Patterson accompanied by As sistant Adjutant General Harvey Al exander the capture of 10 additional prisoners and the return of Captain Rogan from an expedition covering the entire Reeifoot lake section were the principal events of the day Noth ing definite has been given out by Governor Patterson as to his plans but it Is rumored he will make an other sifting of prisoners and that the most important ones will be sent to Union City to appear before the grand Jury ImplUcates Prominent Citizens TIptonville Tenn Oct 28TedBurton selfconfessed night rider told a remarkable story of night rider depredations In the vicinity of Reel foot lake confessing to the part he played In the outrages which reached a culmination in the putting to death of Captain Quinten Rankin a promi nent attorney of Trenton Tenn on the banks of the lake and implicat ing men prominent in this section of the state Of the number he declares had a In the killing of Captain Rankhimere than half are now In custody at Camn Nemo 4 f himself but against 07 large number of other persons many of whom are counted among the most prominent and prosperous citizens of the western part of the state alleging that they were members of a criminal conspiracy known as the Night BrigIadethe meetings which were held throughout many counties If this suit is carried oa successful conclusion the attorneys claim will result in every man of property within the dark tobacco growing section of the state through fear of be- Ing made financially responsible for the outrages of the night riding organization at once coJIling an ac tive agency for t i4etection and prevention of similaroutrages in the future MORSE AND CURTIS FINALLY FALL OUT f Latter Admits That as Cashier of Bank He Overcertified t Many Checks New York Oct 28The expected split between Charles W Morse bank promoter financier and ice trust organizer and Alfred H Curtis president of the National Bank of North America both of whom are under indictments charg ing them jointly with violation of the natonal banking laws came with the swearing in of Curtis as the first wit ness for the defense In the trial In the United States court In his testi mony Curtis admitted that in his ca pacity as cashier of the Morse bank he had overcertified checks to the amount of 400000- 00FREIGHT TRAIN GlNE8LOWSUP Fatally Injures the Engineer Owen and His Son the JIFireri1 t 1t Special to The News t EIaYRIAbrof a freight train on the Lake Shore railroad blew up here this morning fatally injuring the engineer Owen and his son the fireman t GAME NOT PLAYED The football game that wns to have been played here yesterday afternoon between tbeIxington Hi h Schooland KentuckyWesleyari Iffe was not played on account of the Lexington team failing to show up jt r rn 1 BRYAN TAKES EARLY START t Tours Greater New York inan Auto mobile and Speaks Eight y teen Times 1 RI new rorK Oct LsWinding up his remarkable campaignin and about Greater New York William J Bryan was whirled 115 miles by automobile in Manhattan and Brooklyn during the day and night and made speeches between the hours of 6 and 12 oclock In New fork he was accompanied by the Tammany leader Charles F Murphy Arriving at Brooklyn bridge he was mot by Senator Patrick B McCarren the countyLieutenant vcsant Chanlers campaign for gover nor coincided with Mr Bryans itin erary both in Manhattan and Brook lyn and while he in one place was pleading for loyal support of the na tional ticket Mr Bryan at another was urging votes for the state candi dates from governor down and for the Democratic nominees for con gressMr Bryan made 18 speeches dur ing the long and tiring day and everywhere he went plowing at times through mud and rain in a rush to keep his many engagement he was greeted by some of the largest and most enthusiastic audiences of his countrywide tour The Democratic candidates eventful day began at 3 a m when he addressed the night workers from the steps of the city hall at the most unique political meetng ever held in a presidential campaign Then fol lowed a Broadway meeting at 10 oclock and a forenoon trip to Brook lyn to address an audience of laboring men in Wallabout Market square From Brooklyn Mr Bryan hurried across to Long Island City then to Jersey City where three speeches ended the New Jersey campaign Back in New York again Mr Bryan was the guest of the College yens Democratic club and then with Mr Murphy was hurried up town for two Harlem meetings Six meetings in Brooklyn the principal one at Cler mQnt Avenue rink brought the days work to a close Although he had had but two hours sleet gut of 48 Mr Bryan spoke with all tis characteristic vigor and good Ir r In all of his speeches JYr Bryan warned the workingmen against trai tors among them He asserted that every laboring man who voted the Republican tcket would vote to repudiate the things that labor demanded Jn the Denver platform He held up Mr Taft as the enemy of labor and assailed him and President Roosevelt at every opportunity Mr Bryans references to the guarantee of bank deposits brought shouts of approval at all of his meetings- In his principal Brooklyn speech delivered at the rink Mr Bryan first discussed publicity of campaign con tributions The people have been cheated the voters betrayed he said because the Republican organization has given the promise in ad vance that the people shall pay back through legislation the money that has been contributed NEW RULINGS Are Announced by Interstate Commerce Commission Washington Oct 28Free passes may be issued to bona fide exem ployes of a railroad who are traveling to reenter the railroad service Passes can not be extended to the families of employes who died a natural death while in the service of common carriers though that privi lege is accorded to the families of employes killed in the service These are among the rulings announced by the interstate commerce commisison The commission holds that a rail road may provide In its tariffs that whenever because of washouts or other accidents passengers are delay ed Beyond the ticket limit or so as to curtail their stopover privileges the conductor or other agent may by in dorsement on the ticket extend the time to cover such detention The commission alto has author ized changing by not over 30 days the terms of shorttime excursion fare tariffs under certain conditions When the excursion is limited to not more thantbeedays changes may be posted one day in advance in two public places for these reasons Changes of dates of meeting extension of the return limit additional selling dates additional stopover privileges etc Illinois Has Earthquake Cairo Ill Qct28A shock said to be an earthquake was felt here The shaking lasted about five see onds Its motion became perceptible as a sharp shock and gradually dwln died It came from south by southeast h7 t y WEATHER i t Fairin West Rains in East Tonight Probably Tours day Heavy Frost in West KY there eight SAYS BRYAN IS VERY BOLO MAN Taft Follows in Nebraskans Wake and Makes Trip up Hudson River N rroy N Y Oct 28 The Indus tries cities and towns which line the banks of the picturesque Hudson from New York to Troy were made the text for the speeches of William H Taft to the people of these cities and townsYonkers smiled on the rigid form of the Ohioan through a heavy show er He talked at length to as many as could get into the largest theater and then addressed thosa who had stood waiting in the rain whose number was even greater Mr Bryan spoke In Yonkers the day previous and saying he understood its distinguished opponent had charged the Republican party had done nothing for labor Mr Taft first asserted that the policies of the Republican party had been chiefly devoted to the interests of labor and then pointed out that the iotectivepolicy made possible the sugar refin ing industry the chief enterprise of the city Certainly Mr Bryan was a bold man to advocate such views in a town like Yonkers continued Mr Taft which I believe is one of the great proportionYork and is dependent upon the protective system The Republican party is just as much opposed to monopoly as the Democratic party announced Mr Taft It passed and enforced the antitrust law It believes in going directly at the evil of monopoly by punishing men for continuing it rath er than by destroying the industries and the great combinations of capital that have much utility and are of such benefit to the wageearners li believes In stamping out the evil and not stamping out the corporation When the Taft special reaches Poughkeepsie at 1 oclock the rain had just ceased and the sun came out brightly He was driven up town tot e Collingwood opera house which was crowded to the very doors Judge Taft got inside with much difficulty after which the doors closed on most of the members of his party Includ ing Job Hedges who was to help the candidate in the speaking Turning to the big crowd outside Mr Hedge employed his time in optimistic predictions as to what such enthusiasm would result in on election day A class of girls from Vassar college tried to get Judge Tafts speech in shorthand and an enthusiast in the gallery attracted brief attention by shouting He surely wears the smile that wont come off JIlt will still be there next Tues day rejoined Judge Taft and in hir hope the audience seemed to concur Here the Republican candidate reverted to Mr Bryans issue Shall the people rule Shall the people rule has strand ed he declared The truth is that the proposition that the people had not ruled up to this date met with so much ridicule that its has faded out as an issue Laning Is Sued Norwalk 0 Oct 28 Jay Ford t Laning congressman from the Four teenth district and former vice pres ident of the defunct Ohio Trust com pany and other members of the board of directors prior to its failure were sued for 300000 damages by cred itors Suit against both trustees for the Ohio Trust company for 10241 on a promissory note given by Lan ing also was brought The 300000 1 damage suit against the directors of the Ohio Trust company is based on tcharges of fraud and mismanagement tt of the trust companys affairs t Railroad Shops to Resume Johnstown Pa Oct 28The car shops of the Cambria Steel company j which have been idle since last spring it is announced will resume work Thursday with a full comple ment of 1500 men Orders from the Harriman lines it is said are suffi cient to run the plant until the first of the year at least JColumbusTrenton NJ Oct 28The Tren ton True American was sold at pub lie receivers sale for 55000 to Hen ryE Alexander of Columbus O The sale includes the building in which the paper Is published The sale Is v subject to confirmation by the court of chancery Mr Alexander will con 1 tInue the True American as a Democratic newspaper Gladys Is a Mother Budapest Oct 28The Budapest r newspapers announce that the Coun tess Szechenyl formerly Miss Gladys Vanderbilt has gIven birth to a daughter t J f i fJ r I TE- wr 1 w 5TTflItfJTwl THE WIMCHETER NEWS FRODELTHS6TEt I ALMRtIti a l EXPER h ENOEj UtAN PEASANT rttShatttrect by Bullets of Soldiers De tailed for His Execution He Yet Recovers from Terrible Wounds Received Although the story about to be to ftutlfles the inclusion under the hea Ing of a Real Life Romance it is a itory that deals more with death th with life and of an experience of which not one man in a million sur oigesto tell the tale The first act of the tragedy beg In 1905 The Baltic provinces lay seething in revolt and the stern arm of the Russian government was repressing the rebels ruthlessly Among these rebels was an Esthon fan named Lust Only too well knew the fate that awaited him If perchance he fell into the hands of a the imperial troops With them was no quarter only a brief trial anda treeBut one day despite all efforts escape Lust found himself a prisoner Justice was summary in Russia in those troubled days He had scarcely been a captive an hour before he was tried by courtmartial and condemned tov immediate execution Halfdaze- the doomed man followed an escort S12 soldiers out of the camp For a mile he tramped beside the soldiers until suddenly he realized that they had halted His brain cleared a he realized that he had reached ti last stage of his journey A word of command dropped fro the sergeants lips and the peasa saw the soldiers form up in a doub line before him He offered up prayer that he might die as brave as many a one of his comrades h di dand leant his back against the y 1 t u AiiOld Woman Answered the Call tree The sergeant bound a hand kerchief over his eyes while the front rank of the sols knelt upon one knee with rifles ready A quick word of command and the peasant knew that every rifle was nfollowedpeasant fellyr Night had fallen over the scene the execution Dark shadows hid t I motionless form as it lay where it h fallen beneath the tree Then tmoon rose and cast her steely blue r light on his face The man stirred slightly Presently he opened hiseyes Was this death For awhile he pondered thus vaguely within him self Then he raised his hand to his face and feebly pulled the handkerchief from his eyes The moon shone through the trees above his head sightbrtheevening Yet he was alive His bodyachedand felt as If half cut asunder But he lived Raising him sel pairifully the peasant looked arpunil hiNot a hundred yardsaway he could see the outlines of a small hut Now on alt hours he crawled until at last he knocked feebly answeredthstory1Whedressingterrible It was two years before Lust was v able to move outside the hut and in that time not a soul knew that any one occupied the little hut beside the aged dame But he was recognized in one of his the local police arrested triedand sentenced to two years penal servitude Sitll even though tire final punish merit seems severe in a few moo tkfpeasant will be free rt ti raaar u Kr i 0KNEW HISBUSINE Why the Colored Cook Remained Is leV During thM Blew A story Is toldof i well known ama teur yachtsIin who was one night anchored near a ro and dangerous- shore Suddenly lust before dInner a- stlnt lnshore wind started up The anchor began to drag Another wasjrapt grcreasingThe schooner seemed la Imminent dan ger of drifting oh therbc s but iat last fanddThe yachtsman nearly exhausted hanquiet that followed there came to hi ears the clickclickclackclickclack of againsta a He listened for a moment and then went below The cook was preparing salad dressing Why Sam he exclaimed in aston erheuOh yassir yassir came the undis turbed reply I thought she was goin on de rocks suah Well in a case like that dont you mightytoWell you see Its like this You cat leave mayonnaise a minute cause itll turn right back Youths Companion ri EYESofInsects That Can See Thousands o Ways at Once somnde tewe a lens The big visible bulging eyes we tinteyes one com spberaa e conveaiadcorneae are ly set in square hexagonal or prismat ic frames Each glistening facet is th corneae lens of a distinct self workin eye Their number In each compound eye Is enormous There are fifty such eyelets In the ant 1400 are allowed the drone bee and 3500 the workers Our pet hitch en fly has 8000 chances of seeing food crumbs the beetle over 6000 while more than 13000 aid the dragon fly in his eleemosynary pursuit of the mos quito offset somewhat by several thou sand awarded the latter for a sport Ing chance The hawk moth gets pic tures compounded by 20000 contribu tors Over 2o000 window the brain o the mordella beetle and 60000 so It Is claimedcontribute to the happy lives of some butterfliesDr Edward A Ayres in Harpers Magazine Ready Courage The Duchesse de whose hus band was the son of Charles X of France Is described In the Memoirs of the Cdmtesse de Boigne as one of the most courageous characters the writer ever knew One day when she was driving with her husband the Due de Berry the horses took fright and ran away The duchesse had continued the conversation without changing the tone of her voice and at last her husband ex claimed Why Caroline do you not see has happened Yes I see but as I cannot stop the horses it Is useless to trouble about themThe carriage was upset but no on hurti JShopS this BUI SnoS per Yes and this Islet me see can this be my old friend Tom GrigsonTV Thats who It is I havent seen you forfor Twentyseven years d Thats right Twentyseven years t Well well What are you doing now BUn Im a traveling evangelist Are you a member of any church Tom 1 oil Not yet Im a life insurance sollc I represent the best company In world Carrying all the Insurance ou want BUf1j Chicago Tribune i Sporthe sport whyhethat is when there is common land bloodsportThtogs when the and does cline how often loath Js Instaiitanepujr There Js too no escaping with in ugly wound Tit escapee at all Is df fected tqtt gets away unharm edrFiy s Magazine IaRecognizing His Limitations ChollyTLet me see yh tathat quo tation about a nod being as goodr a 4iLIthat j Im as g yaq to to r terryh ca rl unes a Too inquisitive MagistrateWhy did you strike the telegraph operator riisoher =It ZIke thiS honbr I give him tfmJMh saTaa itff send to me gal an the feller nisLondon Telegraph The Honest Man Nearly every man in the crowd looks as If he were trying not tp blush With modesty when some one observes that an honest man Is the noblest work of God Ohio State Journal Refinement which carries us away thete Iff lDOGS HtlElf THE PANTHERS 1 +v fMonarch of theMunaie No Math for r I Flock of Spechill Ttafned tDome Jlc AnJ Dai v An unusualsight was witnessed in Bbavnagar in the course of some native sports says the London Tele aph Specially ned aogs oihls ghness the Thakur Saheb were let loose on two full grown panthers About 8000 people assembledon the maidan to see the event The arrival of his highness with the Ma arani Saheba was the signal to thescages were opened the panthers slow ly crept oitt but finding themselves hemmed inbysuch a large mass of people they slunk vback again and lay apparently wa hfeng for a chance to pounce upon me nearest bystand s The 1ogshoweer on being let loose at puce attacked the panthers in a body speedily overwhelming and killing them It as said that the dogs were previously dosedwith some sort of snuff that deadened their scent TOOSMALL ADOG ANew Jersey man was excitedly relating to a friend the harrowing housefthe night before ext the outraged man It was still early my wife and I hadre red and Susie and her young man were in tile parlor Our dog was in the Despiteaall that that crook had the nerve to enter the dining rooD and rifle it of every bit of silver we had Not offsyou thinkof that ellsaid the friend L dont see what else you could expect Fido is only a watch dog you know SELFINTEREST A real estate firm had lots for sale in a new suburban addition The young enthusiastic member dotquence from his pen He urged intending purchasers to seize the passing moment Napoleon not only met the opportunity he created it The senior partner read this line in the advertisement slowly and carefully This fellow Napoleon he ob served quizzi5 allY whats the use of moneyBoston A SAVING MISSION A certain minister was deeply im oftsmoking given at a recent synod He rose from his seat went over to a fellow minister and said receivedI have smokedone of them but now Fm going home and burn the remainder in the fire The other minister arose andsaid it was his intention to accompany his reverend brother I mean to rescue the ninety and nine he added NOT FOR HER Arid so you reuse me IrYes VJllle I neierl Squid marry malt wat goeoV unfttrv2 a hat like datI Ii NOT HIS FAULT L tx Suburbanite You are half an late this morning Letter CameraYes maam the sections of stovepipe I have to wear inside my trousers legs on account of the dogs you keep along this street hamper my movements ma am GENTLE EGOISI People did not regard Shakespeare as a very great poet in his d ayINo answered Mr Stormington BarnesBut if I could have had an opportunityto read his lines to- hem I am sure I could have con winced el1t5S t WIST HAVE i MADE IT STRONG fatterfng Recommendation That taus sd Irishman to Thlnjc w ll i f Himself i r An I shge ofaobliging disposition whothinkst personal favors do ride cost much- whilethey make friends was applied to some time ago by a laborer for a certificate of character The gentleman taking the man into his study wrote out a very flattering recommendation which he handed to the applicant for perusal The latter took it spelled it through scratched his headand remained silent Wellsaid the gentleman fdont you consider it favorable enough Oh no sorr not at all shure it couldnt be better butbut 7 But what angrily inquired the gentleman Ibwas just thinking that yer honor might give me something toI do yerself on the strength ofthis recommendation HELP WANTEDMALE r r Hey Some one help me Ive been holdin this bloomin wall up all by myself since four oclock ONLY AN ORNAMENT Handsome Percy Esterbrook had lost his job againandwinter com ing on- But the tall graceful youth took the matter philosophically You must rememberthus over a gilttopped cigarette he adjured his mother andsistersyou must remember how seldom it is that the flower of the family provides the daily bread And in silentacquiescence the women took their lunch boxes in the shape of cameras and departed for the mill t wily BUY WATER J fFtomOster Dealersp jr 17 i V id when a dealer mixes fresh OFcourse oysters and prevails on you to buy it at the rate of from 300 to 500 per quart HE may be smart but arent YOU foolish Your water company will sell you water at a much lower rate Now if you want oysters only freisn pure natural flavor and sol id meatsno water at llour Sealshipt Oysters fill the bill Telephone an order or drop into our store T E BARNES An Advance for Winchester have just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which CURRENT other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric allbothers It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired 1 Winchester Railway Light Ice CoINCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENt MGR P SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer The Capitol of the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Does nt this seem to show that it would be a good PintxforYu to use Send for Sample Card- sReevesBabcr No9 E Broadway sisraar s sass esurrr ilDs ne II I I Stationaryand 81 Toilet Articles I Drugco1THE I t 46L J rts l READ THE NEWSj c S Ifr ou wan all the news of Winchester read theY V N News f b If yptt want 811 the news of dark County red 4 the News If you want all the news of the Stat and Nation read the Newsf r v In short 911 wP1 findag the news as frl anyy- o f otter daily iii ypi1rhQtn paper THE WINC = vd N I TERNEWSIt i2f FHSt r 1 a tll t x READ THE WINCHESTER NEWSINCORPORATED I l 1 t 0 S iT2 Yc flff i if r i 1 4 THE WINCHEiTEIl llEchrL Ii HORIlCMIiJRE BUDDING PEACHES W t Macom Horticulturist of Can Doneapexformedsap beneath the bark to permit the latter being easily raised with a knife On theother hand if the work is done when the tree is still growing vigorously the bud is liable to be drowned out or in other words forced out by reason of too much sap and growth of the stock The stock which is to receive the bud should be at least threeeighthsof an inch in diameter near the ground Peaches are usually budded on stocks which have grown from the stone the same year The lower leaves are rubbed off to a height of five or six inches to enable the bud der to work more freely A perpen dicuiarcut is now made in the stock 5 The Art of Budding as near the ground as possible from an inch to an inch a half long and preferably on the north side of the tree as the bud will not be so readily dried out by the sun on that side The cut should only extend through the bark Another cut should now be made across the top of the perpendicular I one The two cuts when made will appear in the form of let ter T- The buds are cut from welldevel oped shoots of the current seasons growth of the variety it is desired to propagate The best developed buds are chosen which will be found about the middle of the shoot or stick Be fore the buds are removed the leaves should be cut off the shoots a piece of the petole or leaf stem Is left however by which the bud may be handled after it is removed A very necessaryiIcially made for this purpose The bud upwardsthe general practice however is to pieceremovedone inch long and the cut surface smooth It should be quite thin as but little of the wood is taken with shouldlJonpeferablysacking The bud is inserted under the bark by raising the latter with the blade of the knife or the part of the budding knife made for that purpose The bud is then pushed down and the bark with the fingers and 0under the piece of leaf stalk which when it was removed from the twig is pressed with the blade of the posIUonDud which should now be under the bark of the stock will hold it in po sition In order to bring the bud and stock into close contact and prevent the former from drying up before the union takes place they should be tied tightly together with raffia or some soft string taking care not to cover the bud with it The bud should unite with the stock in two or three weeks and after that time the string should Xbe cut as otherwise the bud may be injured If the proper season has been chosen for the work the bud should re main dormant until the spring If it starts in the autumn it may be killed during the winter In the following spring the stock should be cut off just above the bud which will cause all the strengthof the stock to be directed into the bud and produce rapid growth three feet not being an exceptional growth for the first season The above directions apply to other tree fruits such as apple pear plum and cherry except that the stocks forthem are usually two years old GARDEN AND ORCHARD Keep weeds out of the strawberry beds and cut off all surplus runners An acre of blackberries has been known to produce 10000 quarts The average yield is 3158 quarts or about 98 bushels Often we can save a fruit treE that is inclined to split at the crotch by putting a good stout bolt through with washers at either end withtin five or six gallons of water may help to hold the San Jose scale lice in check until late fall or early spring mixture7 71 jft7 t i SUCCESS WITH PICKUP MEAL Housekeeper Tells How Emergency Was Met and Overcome r had a minister and wife call one afternoon from out of town and I urged them to stay to tea says a writ er in 2n eastern journal S1t the same ime my mind ran through my larder and this is what I found Four to matoes four peaches one raised bls niit the end of a loaf of bread an inch hick some bones I had boiled that ame from a beef roast to make a thin soup one cup milk three ounces of hard cheese and this is the result The tomatoes I put in the soup with an onion and a little celery seed salt ind pepper Afterward I thickened it i little The peaches I made a peach apioca of layer of tapioca sugar layer of peaches threequarters cup sugar little salt and water to nearly cover Bake an hour To be eaten with creamt The bread I cut up and soaked in the milk on the stove until 3oft Beat two eggs separately cut up the cheese and add also little salt pepper and mustard also eggs Beat in yolks fold in the whitens and bake in a hot oven 30 minutes Serve as a ramikin or souffle For want of croutons for the soup I heated common crackers to eat with the soup which we ate first My ramlkins were a beautiful golden brown and raised awayto the top of the dish and were as light as a feather The pudding eaten with cream was very nice also a cup of tea and were as light as a feather The pudding eaten with cream was very nice also a cup of tea and I am sure they thoughtby what they said they had had a special treat FRUIT SERVED WITH RICE Two Delicious Dishes That Are Popu lar with the French The French like to use fruit with rice Plums in rice border Cook the rice in milk until tender and quite dry adding a pinch of salt when it is half done Make it rather sweet with pow dered sugar and pour into a border mold to set When ready to serve turn it out carefully and fill the center with very rich stewed plums Pour a little of the syrup over the rice and heap whipped cream over the plums The stones should be removed from the fruit and the kernels simmered ten minutes in a little thin syrup and then mixed with the fruit Canned pineapple will do for this recipe if there are no tender ripe ones on hand Cut onehalf cup of celery and one tablespoon of pepper In small pieces and mix with one cup of shredded pineapple Add one tablespoon of nuts mix with mayonnaise and when very cold serve on curly lettuce leaves or In apple shaddock or orange cups The Use of Soda Soda should be measured as accu rately as if it were a potent drug and never used except in combination with an acid Even then lean to the side of mercy in measuring One even teaspoonful of soda to two rounded teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar one even teaspoonful of soda to two cup fuls of buttermilk or bonny clabber one even teaspoonful of soda to one cupful onehalf pint of molasses cause what may be considered an equitable effervescence liberating gases that lighten dough and batter without making them unwholesome The greenyyellowy streaks in farmhouse quick biscuits are poisonous but alkali is not in fault Soda should never be driven in single harness Irish Moss for Invalids Those who suffer from stomach or intestinal trouble where the mucous membrane is irritated will find Irish moss soothing and palatable- It should be boiled until it produces a thick nourishing jelly It can be boiled with milk or water although the former is better If one wishes it sweetened or flavored any fruit juice that the palate will stand can be add ed to it- Coffee or chocolate prepared as for the table is preferable to the juices and extracts and is better for the healthWhen making it for an invalid who has chronic stomach trouble it is best to use the smallest amount of sugar Spice Cakes Put onethird cup of butter into two thirds cup of boiling water and stir until melted Add one cup of molasses one wellbeaten egg and 2 jj cups of flour sifted with l1 level teaspoons of soda onehalf level teaspoon of salt onequarter teaspoon of cloves one teaspoon each of ginger and cinnamon all measured level Bake in small or patty tins that are buttered and floured Plum Catsup Take one basket of plums wash and cook until soft put through a colan der to remove skins and pits Take two cups of vlriefear four cups of sug ar and two tablespoons of cinnamon the same of cloves and allspice one whole nutmeg Boil slowly 20 min utes bottle or put in fruit cans Will keep for years and is extremely appe tizing on cold or hot meats Pears Ten Pounds of hard pears cut in small pieces eight pounds sugar six lemons sliced thin and pared leaving rind on one onehalf pound preserved ginger Put together the night before let stand cook slowly until a golden brown Nice to eat with meat Use for Potato Water Potato water is an excellent thing far cleaning mud stains from the lint son of skirts peitioo ts nuckir = v 7 f if THE B Sweet a at Abilene in the early days at the best hotel in the city He asked for his The waiters took no notice of his or at least did r not guess that his was from the average Give me some eggs said Sweet In a little while the waitress came back In a bowl she Had a full dozen eggs all hard boiled Sweet and ate what he could that ghe had him too many and that he didnt just know how hard boiled eggs would strike him for his first meal of the day Wily thats a the waitress Kansas City Journal NEED TO SWIM Amateur is it that you have been on the water all your life and yet you cannot swim ever ave to swim I know how to sail a boat without getting capsized AN LOAD Harry left the table with an Jimp His mother asked Why Harry have you a lame foot Little brother Bob solved the with Naw he aint loaded even Hes got more down on one side than on the V Some of the you kept out of now reveal as lost re marked the Yes the man who is not lucky and those I went into were to lose NOT Is Bill really dead asked Al kali Ike Sure Cactus Gal shot the heart rtOh then I aint His heart was weak FLY IN THE Mrs JsTeurich seems to have refined tastes Mrs but she has such an way of about them A PROMPT many tell me that Fm just in this part Tried Yes the critics do say you RUBBER India rubber is comp carbon and ifa no wonder fellow gets a pain jn hist- 3onic f1i 1 J 1 J 5 FIGURE LUMBER f that you buy yard hav ing less waste than any other be cause it has been from the best lum ber tJiHt and dried When you want us to figure on lumber for you we will give you an that will defy WINCHESTER LUMBER INCORPORATED MANUFACTURING CO II JUSJ REGULATION MEAL Cowboys EvldentjIyAppetites- T Topeka capitalist topped breakfast special appearance appetite different patrons andwaited gasped protesting brought regular cowboys breakfast responded aNO YachtsmanHow BoyDont UNEQUAL breakfast exaggerated anxiously problem flapjacks otherDelineator OPPORTUNITIES mining enterprises themselves opportunities promoter replied opportunities SURPRISING replied plumb through surprised always OINTMENT HomerMrs CallerYes unrefined bragging AGREEMENT Spoiled StarSo killing Manager murder itBaltimore American Teacher posedof liydrogen lpjall BoytJec f0 IG 5Tj ON fromthis selected kilndried superior iscut estimate competition COSTLY FIRE AT DAWSONI Loss of 15000 Sustained and Big Hotel Has Close Call DAWSON SPRINGS Ky Oct 28 Dawson Springs was visited by a bad fire about 4 oclock Monday morning The loss is 15000 with almost no insurance The fire was first discovered in the top of Lamp sons livery stable and it spread so rapidly that nothing could be saved from the building Citizens and sol diers who are stationed there turn ed out en masse and did hrculean work but dry conditions and limited water supply interferred seriously with effective efforts to prevent flam es from spreading The livery stable was soon con sumed two horses a cow and 800 Worth of hay also being destroyed Five dwellings were destroyed before the fire was checked Three of these were cottages belonging to Mr Wright The other houses were resi dences of Dr Hazel and Mr White The town halla blacksmith shop and an old planing mill and several private stables and outbuildings were burned to the ground- It was only by the greatest diffi culty that many other buildings in cluding the big New Century Hotel were prevented from burning The fire occurred in the section backof the New Century and it burned right up to this property before being brought under control It is sup posed that the blaze started from a flying spark probably from a locoImotive MAY KICK UP FUSS Little Leagues Will Clamor to Have Exorbitant Salaries Reduced Although everything appears calm oil the surface there promises to be some tall deings at the meeting of the National Association of Minor League plubs in Chicago next month Most of the big fellows the Class A tdairis are contented with their lot in life but the little fellows will surely kick ttpa fuss It is hinted that their calamity howl will be a just one They claim that the salary limits are too high and want them pruned at once The past season was a disastrous one for a number of minor leagues and the club owners claim that the high salaries paid the players al most worked their undoing It was a case of everything going out and nothing coming in with them and sooner than chance a re- pitition of what they were up against in 19 OS thefwill fight for a reduc tion in Ies WANTED ONE MORE SMOKE Though H Neck Was Broken He Called for His Pipe MILWAUKEE Wisv Oct 28 With his neck broken from falling down stairs Herman Haedke aged fortyfour lived twentyeight hours Shortly before he died Haedke called for a pipe and tobacco saying that heSvished to tape dne last smoke 7 before the end KENT CKY TEAM WINS CHATTANOOGA Tenn Oct 28 Central University of Kentucky de feated the University of Chattanooga hejre yesterday y the score of 34 to 0 The Kentuckians outweighed the locals about 25 pounds to the man mid Chattanooga never had a chance The local boys were off form as a re sult of the hard ime they had three days previously with Maryville BARN BURNED IN BATH OWINGSVILLE Ky Oct 28 Fire destroyed a barn of 0 SAl 1i thisbcounty All of Mr Arlingtons farm implements were burned The origin of the fire is unknown Los 2000 with no insurance Deception Soon Unmasked It Is hard to Act a long for where truth Is not at thMbottom na ture will always be endiavoring to return and will peep out and btiy herself one time or anotherTIllQtJ SQn v 7V 1J l I IT8 A fACT that cracking walls and warping doors are caused by unseasoned timbers We will not sell Clgreeni lumber no matter how tempting the profit The lumber you should have for your home office or factory should be thoroughly season ed full measure in length width and thickness and free from knots Let us have your next order and well treat you square 11 WATCHOUH ADS I EHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS TOOURBOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT QUALITY AND PRICES ARE MOST LOOKED FOR And Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS NOTIONS WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEYIWILL WEAR WE HAVE THEMr v AII=Wool Blankets o i Sureenough AllWoolboth the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statemen We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BR05CO I r liRoyAlHAHYPl If1 I TERM DOES II No tray No pushes 01 I 1 l I Mousing lingers 1 Will not upset io No spilling foodI ITEACHES THE BABY HOW TO EAT 1 I I Lihe W inn Furniture Co J= HEAT RS j We are making a 1 SPECIAL PRICE now on Garland Heaters and Cook Stoves Heater to close out 8OTHERS IN PROPORTION 1950 f Witt Co3Q N Mam tStt Winchester K7 IIi WHEN You WANT JJ TO SEE THE il SHOE STYLES i STEP DOWN ON TII ZaL J grner6f Main and Broadway j ti j 0 1 MASSIEJ Olr i Ir f ifu 1 L1I e MELx L FVSt L a Jr1 t 0 J r h 1- Jf I ra i i i7 lig Four + 01 iTHE WINCHESTER NEWS I jWINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper r Published by l The Winchester News Co r Incorporated t Office South Main Street Daily Except Sunday Entered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of the second class j F SUBSCRIPTION RATES tr The Winchester News is delivered + fcy carrier at 10 cents per week By f mail in advance t One year 300 Six months 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 t CIRCULATION STATEMENT i State of Kentucky v Bounty of Clark Clark B Tanner being duly sworn deposes and says that he is circu lation manager of The Winchester News that as such circulation man ager he has charge of the number of papers that is run off each day that 1the press run for this the 27th day of October 1908 is 1050 copies CLARK B TANNERbefore Subscribed and meI this the 27th day of October 1908 JW POYNTER Notary Public t t JUDGE STOUTS CHARGE aSf rr hi Judge Robert L Stout in address y ing the Woodford Grand Jury charg = tJ ed the jury to vigorously pursue their light riding investigation without and fear and without sympathy or feeling of self interest In emphasiz ing the fact that crime cannot be localized any more than yellow fey or other contagious diseases Judge 5Stout declared that the first lawless deeds of night riders at Princeton Ky nearly two years ago had started the wave of crime which had spread throughout Kentucky and in to Ohio Illinois Indiana Tennessee T and states South culminating last week in the murderof aTennesseelaw fyer who was attempting to serve his client If every grand jury in the State would do its duty fearlessly he said without regard to persons the wave of lawlessness would be arrested and stopped With the authorities of Tennessee Indiana Illinois Kentucky exerting aU- f t their influence against this crime and t with the good citizens of these States awakening to a realization of their enormity it is but a question of a short time until night riding is r outSWe really believe that these atrocities have nearly run their course You cannot ina civilized country 5have such awful tragedies as the killing of amother and babe by the fire which is burning their own home or the taking of a prominent citizen from the hotel at which he is stay rand ing and riding with him into the night then murdering him without awakening the sobersense of a com- munityf Kentuckians are highminded and chivalrous They do not sympa thize with laying in wait and murder whenipublic opinion is once thoroughly aroused it will make short work of r such deeds Think of it When Governor Paterson rode into Union City Tennessee on his mission of investigation of the dreadful murder of Captain Rankin he was hissed in the streets of that city and open threats were made against his life It is high time that a halt be called When the f criminal element in a community can beso blinded to the rights of society can be so regardless of the interests of the community the good citizen must wake up and support the hands of the lawful authorities t We need a moral awakening We need a harkening back to the old ideals We need a fuller realization tiofthe old AngloSaxon idea that everY mans house is his castle and that each can do what he will pro cqvided he does not intrench on his t neighbors rights The Breathitt reign of terror last 1 ed for sometime The faintheartedy were afraid to openly oppose or crit xcizeit It seemed tOe many good cit doneSt ir i But finally the State woke up finally public opinion became thoroughly aroused And when this happened Democrats aiicl Republicans joined hands and the Breathitt assassinations were a thing of the past The good citizens are in the major ity The lawfully disposed compose nearly allof a community They hate to take sides they hate to come out in the open They would rather enjoy the quiet life But finally they wake up and then night riding and kindred crimes are stamped out with a vigorous band And even now we see the handwriting on the wall the endof this reign of terror THAT STREET CAR We still have in view from the front window of our office in The News building the delapidnted street car which stands day and night blocking the public street in violation of the law Ifa private individual should be guilty of the same offense he would be promptly haled before the Court and the obstruction removedQne was narrowly avert ed since the car has been standing in the same place Another may take place at anytime We propose to investigate the ser vice given here by this same street car company At the best it is only an apology for a service The only reason any company is given the right to use the public streets ofany city is because of the public service it is expected to render Un der the provisions of its farnchise the cars should be operated on a definite schedule Perhaps they are run on that schedule but we very much doubt it We know that when ever you want to ride the car is either not running at all or is in the other end of town- BULGARIA IS WILLING To Pay Compensation to Turkey and Reduces Its Reserve Army Sofia Oct 28The Bulgarian gOT crnmunt has Informed the representa tives of tie foreign powers here of Its acceptance of the principle of pay Ing compensation to Turkey which has been the burden of persistent diplomatic representations during the past fortnight on the part of all the great powers This decision was ar rived at by the cabinet after a long debate In which Emperor Ferdinand used all his Influence In favor of peace with compensation Obdurate members of the cabinet who were opposed to the principle of compensation for fear of stultifying their party were won over by tire re minder that there were plenty other politicians who would be glad to replace them and assume the responsi bility for the payment of the Rume Han tribute As a further step In the direction of peace 60000 reservists were dis charged today leaving the army at Its normal strength of 60000 The government within a day of two will send a plenipotentiary to Constantinople to negotiate a treaty with Turkey It Is believed that by these steps Bul garia has done its utmost te clear the situation and conciliate opinion abroad Black Cat In Demand Youngstown 0 Oct 28 Three thousand black cats and the greatest assembly of pumpkins that ever has been known in the history of the country and which presages a total lack of pumpkin pie for the rent of the year is what Is meant by the cel ebration which Is planned for Hal loween An advertisement was print ed In the local papers by J C Bir- mIngham who has charge of the offi cial decorations for the cats He wants all black cats without a speck of white on them They are to be used In the decorations of the city unless the Humane society Interferes Embezzler Gets Ten Years Sac City la Oct 28Wm H Pet tis former county treasurer pleaded guilty in the district court to embez zling 27000 of the funds of the coun ty and was sentenced to 10 years in the penitentiary THE MEAT OF IT Secretary of the Navy Metcalf who Is confined to his home by illness Is reported to be Improving Thomas Evans right guard of the Utah Agricultural college eleven died as the result of injuries received in a game with the Colorado School qfr Mines team Prince Henry of Prussia took a Journey witk Count Zeppelin in the latters airship remaining in the air for several hours Lee Nutt of Neosho Mo followed hs wife and cousin Jacob Nfcely into shoe store at Joplin and shot the latter to death after which he surrendered to the police The Congregational womans board of missions for the states between the Alleghenies and the Rockies 1x holding its annual conference at St LouisJohn Kohler wealthy farmer near Sterling Ill was cremated when his home was fired by burglars tJ AreLookingFor I 10 If So Come To The Star i WE ARE OFFERING TO BET with any Democrat or Republican that we can save you money on any purchase that you may make at our store No matter if you purchase guarantee If This Interests You Come to the STAR We have a Complete Line of Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings I Notions Trunks Traveling Bags Etc Its to Your Interest to Look for The StarJ IREMAIN SILENT AS TO COURSE Castros Time Limit Will Expire Next Saturday Washington Oct 28 Diplomats together with state department offi cials are wondering just what Is to be Hollands next step In her dealIngs with Venezuela now that President Castro has declined to revoke his decree of May 14 prohibiting the trans shipment of goods for Venezuelan ports at Curacao Hollands latest note demanding the revocation of that decree generally has been understood to be an ultimatum by Holland and Nov 1 was set down as the limit of time In which she expected Venezuela to take favorable action on her demand That time It now near at hand Holland has maintained that the restoration of Curacaos commercial Intercourse with Venezuela Is absolutely necessary to her existence Neither at the state department nor at the Netherlands legation In Wash ington can any information be obtained as to the governments course regarding Venezuela In the event Cas tro persists In his refusal to revoke the objectionable decree against has been some talk of a blockade of the ports of Venezuela by Holland If Holland Is determined to do this she is fully prepared for the work Several months ago when the relations between the two countries became acute as a result ofV number of Irritating circumstances Holland which usually keeps a manofwar near Curacao began augmenting her naval representation there In conse quence of which she has now three goodsized vessels In West Indian waters They are In command of Captain Snethlage who was In com mand of the Netherlands fleet In the East Indies during the RussianJap anese war The vessels were sta tioned In that locality to enforce the neutrality laws Captain Snethlage is said to be a man of rare executive ability and discretion With a blockade of Venezuelan ports the Holland government believes that she can force Castro to terms In Kitchen Social Circles I dont like the Sharpener said the Knife to the he is such a grind I see him edging up to me now t Vf SV I i ATjr CRYSANTHEMUMS I have a cut of Crys anthemums this week Pink t Yellow and White from one to three dollars per dozen same as you would have to pay from three to dol- Lars per dozen for at other places I will you to andsee them whether you buy or not andwSHEARER The Florist MRS BRYANS SPEECH Up to Her Husband to do the Talking She Declares NEW YORK Oct 28Mrs Wil liam Jennings Bryan made her first speech of the campaign at a recep tion tendered her yesterday by the Womans Democratic Club When called on to speak Mrs Bryanarose without hesitation and said Y I might have felt confused but for therule that exists in our fami ly that during campaign time Mr Bryan is to do all the talking While I can make no extended re marks there are two things which I may touch on with propriety I may first bring you the greetings of Democrats from the other parts of the country And although a woman usually conceals her age I shall take you into my confidence and tell you that twentyfive years ago I concluded there was not room in one household for two ambitions like mine and Mr Bryans I have therefore merged my own into his and out of this has grown a very close association t We Are Glad to Show You fine five ask call BATH COUPLE BURNED Painfully Injured as Result of Spark Flying From an Open Grate SHARPSBURG Ky Oct 28Iti- s reported that Col George W Bramblett and his wife both suffered painful burns on their hands when Col Brambletts clothing caught fire from a spark popping from an open prate at his home near East Union In extinguishing the flames both Col Bramblett and his wife who came to his assistance sustained painful but not serious burns RAWLINS RACKET STORE wants you to seethe COAT SWEATERSf- or men and boys They are fine for winter and ask to see the LEGGINS for children Come Jtp see me for any thing Best line in town T C RAWLINS SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS C It fltt tJIt f WEDDINGS s The prospective bride looks for a token If you were in her place you would At rate it is customary to hand TieSJjjTa little remembrance A You might as wellsatisfy this customary habit It wont Icost you much Pick out Isome little trinket in sterling Any of them make highly appreciative little remembrances whybutbuying silver engagement re membrances Baldwin Bros JEWELERS AND OPTICIANSI Hot Soda I SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY Ib t we want YOU come alsothen you will Nothr ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Cof fee at our fountain c t H Martin Cook Drug Company RUFUS RASTUS HJOHNSTON BROWN WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN UARI y- s 41JBUY A HEATER FR- OMDUSHON r 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 ram sure our quick service and politeness will bring you back The quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctorlaBOTH a Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager OJJAMPIOHiffMMeil L CURTIS Cirift S f TI4LaCM County National Bank MXIN STREET Winehesten w cntueley Capital 92OOOOO Surplus 100000 l1nc11Tic1edProfltOOO MTOif anlMd 18661 being the oldest Bask 1m l Ulec1ty Collections made ea all points and yovr Mf eoHHts solicited 34 Jq iI JtT Pl i TI7TI r t TTTJ i1 C7i t + i j i1j j i VT r t i r TiEWINCHESTER NEWS Pace Five Id kH SOOIETY Modern Riding The days of our grandmothers have passed and with them their aysBow shocked they would be to see their childrens children riding astride today As time goes on we too will i stranger e things It is nothing more than natural that ideas should ad vance along this line as they d along other Tues Sixty years ago ridingfwould have thought her mannish w most ungraceful and lost to all comr mon senae and modesty Today onlytroper way some even think it more graceful Picture your grandother exchang ing her long riding skirt for a divid thRtwo or even think that she with all her modesty sweetness and dig pity could dream of doing such a thing She would praise these jiyerses which I have seen some where Come back Come back men cry and scoff u Ye skirtdividing witches Come right straighthomeand take em off My breeches oh my breeches JL timeVMust pass the big divide To see my Daughter and my wife Trying to ride astride In this time of gaited horse s an riding schools what is a more per fect picture than to see a perfect horsewoman upon a splendid horse It is a sight any person would turn to see especially Kentuckian who so dearly loves a horse and horse manship Many of us still cling to the old fashioned way of riding and we can but wait to see what improve ment over the present way the nex generation will bring forth J Mrs Susan G Anderson entertains 7Yvt Euchre Thursday Mrs Talitha Grigsby entertains at Fortytwo on Saturday evening Fortnightly Club The Fortnightly Club met with Mrs Maurice Miller Monday afternoon Mrs Buford Tracy read a most interesting paper on English Artists up to the Seventeenth Cen tury and Mrs Gippie Simpson als oon EVrly English Authors The meet ing was heartily enjoyed by all present RabbitHunt The annual rabbit hunt Tuesday was a grand success Most of the party were on horse back They left town about ten oclock and went out the Colby pike to Colby station then crossed into the Lan pikee An elegant lunch was served and seven rabbits were caught x Only one accident occurred Mr Lewis Hampton fell from bis horse but the rabbit had to suffer and n he PERSONALS Miss Florence Hood has returne to her home in Lexington after a visit with relatives here Mrs Frances Allen and Mrs D H Cook Millersburg are with Mrs Bettie Bowden on Maple streetMrs A M Burgher and son guestsd Mrs W A Beatty was visiting in in Lexington Wednesday Misses Mary Allen and Mary Hampton ere in Mt Sterling Tuesday on business Mrs Marion Vaughn of Lexing ton was the attractive guest of Mrs W D Smith on Tuesday Mrs Rene Middleton was in Cin businesst f the Halloween goblin The many friends of Misses Bow Bowsden will be glad to know that they are doing as nicely as could be expected after ARTIS TURNBULL ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL DAILY OF- f NEW MODELS i m SUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS Our Strictly Tailored Models Reveal in a Marked I 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 Textures in Our Varied and Extensive Stock f i Cut Glass at Cut Prices I purchased a selec ton at a bankrupt sale while in New r York 1 Mrs Ella W Haggard r i IT f r A t 0 1the accident Allan Cnitcher was in Lex Crutcher Sunday to see her sister Mis Mr Robert Friend Elector fro m the tenth district of Irvine was in town on Monday Miss Edua Bronaugh of Nicholas yule will be the attractive guest of Miss Pearl Haggard from Thursday until Monday Mr Oscar Lyne of Lexington wa a guest in town Sunday Mr Kitzellman of Philadelphia- o Penn was a visitor in town Wed nesday Mr Matt Bean and Mr Ernest Bean were in Versailles Tuesday f the thoroughbred sales at lI Youngs Miss Sara Beverly Jouett was Lexington Wednesday Dr Howard Lyon and Mr Matt Bean went to Maysville this afternoon in Dr Lyons car to attend th RiceWorthington wedding Wednes day night erIr and Mrs W W George and nephew C B George spent Sunday in CarlisleMiss Burke Miss Lizzie Mae Madigan visited in Lexington last week weretMrs Porter of Paris was here last week to see her brother Mr Topy George who has been very ill Mrs Luke Glancy and daughte- d Mrs J P Toohey have returned from a visit to Paris Miss Sallie Peters who has been ouite ill is improving Mr and Mrs Mark Donavpn visit ed in Paris Sunday Mrs Richard Punch and daughte- Rose have returned to their home herfMr Joe OBrien spent Sunday in Lexington Mr Will Cone spent Sunday in Cincinnati Charming Dinner Mrs Henry Phillips entertained Mr and Mrs James M Pickrell Mr and Mrs William French and Mr James Phillips with a course dinner on Tuesday evening The table was chrysantheorg was s and perfect in detail Mrs s makes a most gracious hostess an makes everyone feel so at home that it is a real pleasure to be with her PRETTY RUN Mr and Mrs W E Little will start Tuesday Oct 27 for a weeks vis in11aytown Ky Miss Cleo Eugle was tile pleasant guest of Miss Bessie Fluty Saturday and Sunday Mr R E Little and Mr Trimble of Mt Sterling Ky visited Mr and Mrs W E Little Sunday Mr W E Little bought a bunch of cattle Courtday Price not stated Mr Tom Eugle and family wh left Ky some days ago for Wappela Ills are well satisfied in their new homeMr Joe Fielder bought of J B Eubanks one atI4750aMr Tom Wallingford and Mr Oliver Mann arrived home Saturday from a pleasant visit of friends and relatives in Cythiana Ky Mr Oden Fielder of Iron Mourn Ky is visiting friends in Winchester Ky this week Mr E Kindred and family visited Mrs John Mann Sunday Air and Mrs Jim Florence o Harrison county spent a week wit- their daughter Mrs John Gray of Winchester Ky Miss Rose Mann was the pleasant guest last week of Miss Elizabeth Johnson on Flanagan street Miss Mary Mann visited friends in Richmond Saturday Mr Lyle Kindred and wife visited friends at Stanton Ky from Friday until Tuesday Prayer meeting at Mrs T C eveningEveryone WillIMr Will Tuttle bought 20 head of cattle at Winchester courtday Price not stated OrERAIIOUSE- Watkyns Douglas announces appearance of Miss Marian and company of players at the chester Opera House on next The vehicle The Power of Love keeping the raise of the curtain till end an fullof sparkling comedy as w llas quaint dramatic situations and will appeal to all Popular prices will prevail PASSED THROUGH CITY Mr Reid Rogers Counsel for the Panama Canal Commission passed through this city yesterday in his automobile on his way to Mt Ster ling J7 i J t l UNIQUE RACE FOR cTHEAUDITORIHM Coon and Monkey Will Have a Seven Lap Contest at the Rink Saturday attractionssever on orIany other skating rink will be pulled nightInparty that will be h lon that night the management has arranged for a andra coon monkey has Zoologicalmar rive Saturday afternoon and will be placed on exhibition at the rink doegiving ex hibitions in several of the large rinks throughout the country for some time Prof Yokum their owner and trainer wil have charge of them while here LECTURES AT COURTHOUSE ON WEDNESDAY Tor night Under Auspices of W C T U Hon Edwin Smith of Nova Scotia who is to lecture at the courthouse here under the auspices deliverrhis first address Wednesday night at 730 and continue through Thursday and Friday nights The first two nights will be free and the public is cordially invited to at tend On Friday night an admis sion fee of 10 cents for children and 20 cents for adults will be charged The subject Friday night will be Around the World With a Newspaper Man Mr Smith was to have begun his series of lectures Tuesday night but he was unavoidably de tained and could not reach here in medMANY ARE GOING TO- LEXINGTON THURSDAY To Attend Ceremonial Session of the Olekia of the Mysi t ItticShriners J A Boone M D Royce J E Grubbs J B Cornett D T Matlack W R Rqunsavall M H Courtney C H Loveland J M Jenkins Phil lip Webber B S Bartlett W P Hampton G G Huss H H Hall Webb Young John W Moore J L Powell J M Rankin 1 H Browne oW S Tuttle J M Hisle and V N Hisle of this city will go to Lexington Thursday night to attend a cer emonial session of the Olekia Temple of the Mystic Shriners of Lexington SALE WAS NOT MADE The restaurant and cafe fixtures belonging to C P Mann that were to be sold Monday at auction were not sold on account of being unable to secure a satisfactory price WORK TO BE PUSHED The building committee of the K of P and Masonic fraternity receiv thathhave been waiting on for so long has been shipped and will arrive here in the nest few days As soon as it arrives work on the building will be resumed and its completion will be pushed as rapidly as possible NEW TRACTION LINE TO BE BUILT BY JULY YetgBuilt By the Traction Company NICHOLASVJLLE Ky Oct 28 George McLeod superintendent of the Central Kentucky Traction Company was here Tuesday to transact some business in connection with the line between here and Lexing ton Though a force of men is at expectPrf iJuly lrI i1 u j MODERN WOODMEN v All applications ffor membfersliip ofAmericadRaleigh Camp No 11406 are hereby notified to meet at Odd Fellows Hall in Winchester at 8 oclock Monday night November 2 1908 The of ficers heretofore announced will then be installed and other important business transacted J W WOMACK THE District Deputy NEWS by mail 25c a month 1nI51 f7o 1 u n tcioCKsSSIn order to makesoom for new stock coming in we will make some surprisingly Low Prices on ClockstFor the Next Two Weeks 2 C H B OW IN Jeweler and Optician r INo Matter What You Pay The article you buy here will be the best of its kind for the price you pay That is what we started out to give the public and our in = creasing trade is the best evidence that our GOODS PRICES and TREATMENT please the people If you are not a patron fiours we want to make your V acquaintancecome in and we will show you our large and complete stock of Furniture Rugs China Cut Glass EtcIi I 7 HALL H ECTONFUR- NITUREUNDERTAKING L I it A GREAT rMANY MEN lj want a hat that is becoming one properly proportioned to their height and figure Others think durability is the chief re quisite they want a hat looks fresh throught the season Most every man demands style he be lieves it is really worth while to be in fashion The man who re quires all these qualities buys a KNOX HAT I re i BOYS we have an exclusive line of Hats for you In the Wm P Monta gue Hat we have all the different shapes and colors to be desired Price 15V 2250 and 3 r t McCOKD SMITHjr PHILLIPS CLASSIFIED COLUMN ADVERTISING RATES Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calendar month Nothing counted less than 20 word No liem charged on bOoks for less than 25 cent- sWANTEDTo rent eight room house gas and water Must be centrally located Address B this office lL1123t WANTED Good secondhand mans saddle Apply this office10232t WANTED SEWING I am prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies shirt waists and childrens dressrmaking a specialty Call at 234 S Highland street MRS J C LARY 1049into- WANTEDSeeondhand oldfash ioned brass kettle Cheap Ad dress X News office 10126t WANTEDPeople who have rooms to rent board for sale or who want help to advertise in this col umn 1052tf j ANY WANTcan be supplied in The News classified column k jrr c J f rr TTi TITI t 3 2 S i PageSi Od 2 THE WINCHESTER NEWS= OO O i A Younger By ROBERT W CHAMBERS I I Author of The rChtinCChan Etc 1 Ar Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chamber a3 3a3a aaaa3a3 a1 CKfcpterl LIXE RUTHVEN had no yet dared tell Selwyn that mher visit to his rooms was known to her husb She was now afraido her husbands malice afraid of Selwyns opinion afraid of undeherself rstood If conditions became intolerable the first and easiest course out Tot it would be ttie course shed take wherever It ledWhatever It cost or whoever was In valvedIin addition to her dread and excfte andhappydid not again refer to the1 at1eri 1 ItIhmplete for Gerald now came and played and went as he chose and In her disconcerted cowardice she da Geraldscret Inj tin consequent uvon such intimac unwise for them t iNeergard too was becoming a fitImiliar figure in her drawing room andIthough at first she detested him l t Rosamund 1Ipatience and unfailing good spirits an his unconcealed admiration for he softened her manner toward him to the point of toleration And Neergard from his equivocal footing In the house of Ruthven o tained another no less precarious I the house of Fane all In the beginning on a purely gaming basis However Gerald had already proposed him j for the Stuyvesant and Proscenium clubs and furthermore a stormy d amongtheover an amazing proposition from their treasurer Tack RUthven This proposal was nothing less tha to admit Neergard to membership i that wealthy and exclusive country club as a choice of the lesser evil for it appeared according to Ruthven that Neergard if admitted was willing to restore to the club free of rent tb thousands of acres vitally t the clubs existence as a gamepreserve merely retaining the title to these s for himselfiDraymore was incensed at the proi posal Harmon Orchil and Fane were disgustedly nOncommIttal but Phbe nix Mottly was perhaps the angriest man on Island uln theinani of decency Jack h said what are you dreaming of Is I not enough that this man Neergard holds us up Duce Do I understand that he has the impudence to do it IIgotnging him 1 Is that the sort of holdu you stand for Welf then I tell you Ill never vote for him Id rather seeth these lakes and streams of ours up Id rather see the last pheaaa- snared nt and the last covey leave for th other end of the Island than buy offI tEatUulchman with a certificate of membership in the Siowitha In that case retorted Ruthv n wed better wind up our affairs and make arrangements for an auctioneer hangedsaiddent self respect left in the treasury to g5 round Which was all very fine and Mottly meant it at the time but outside of the asset of self respect there was too rmuch money Invested In the lands plant and buildings in the stream ijikes hatcheries and forests of th Siowitha The enormously wealthy seldom stand long upon dignity If that dignity is going to be very expensive y the poor can afford disastrous self respect SV the chances were that Neergard would become a member which w Why he had acquired the tract and t price he would have to pay wag uot i only in taxes upon the acreage but se cretly solid sum in addition to little j tr J Ic w44 r ws v rwvwrww Mr Ruthven whom he was binding to hint by every tie ne could pay for He suffered Gerald and little Ruth ven to pilot him He remained chee- t fully oblivious to the snubs and in dif ference accorded him by Mrs Ruthven Mrs Fane and others of their cardtables or at card supers And all the while he was attending to his business oughtitimes particularly when he arrived at the office utterly unfit for the work be fore him IBtit Neergard continued astonishing andvkind lending him mon ey advancing him what he requir taking up or renewing notes for him until the boy heavily hi his debt plunged more heavily still In sheer des Deration only to flounder the deeper at every struggle to extricate himself Alixe Ruthven suspected something asIargue toreda point where even his devotion to her onogyr more horses But Eileen Errolls bank val ance had now dwindled to three fig lures and Gerald had not only acted of fensively toward Selwyn but had guar reled so violently with Austin that the disgustedTIThe little fool he said to Selwyn came here last night stinking of wine and attempted to laydown the law to metried to dragoon me into a rthelnrestmentsPhil he sham not control one cent until the trust conditions are fulfilled though It was left to my discretion too And I told him so flatly I told him he wasnt fit to be trusted with the coupons of a repudiated South American bond Hold on Austin That Isnt the way to tackle a boy like that Isnt It Well why not Do you expect ma to dicker with him No but Austin youve always been youjtime he comes here IIm afraid he may cease coming here Thats the worst of it For his sisters sake I think we ought to try to put up with Put up Put up Iye been doing agedrtell you Hes idle lazy dissipated Impudent conceited insufferable But not vicious Austin and not untruthful Where his affections are whetbe they should be centered he Is merely thoughtless not deliberately selfish And Austin weve simply got to be lleve In him you knowon Eileens account sAustin grew angrier and redder Eileens account Do you mean her bank account Its easy enough to be liege in him if you inspect his sisters bank account Believe in him Oh punP r to pay for all the fooleries hes en forbidIden her draw s order RuthooeP that man but He shrugged his shoulders and glanced about him at the linen covered furniture and bare uplrious Iit matters did not stand as painfullye Id outt whether or stopped If Ali e had done her best to keep quitue powerless in the matter and it was BesidesPhe had every inclination to lessontgo Through whom could he reach Gerald Through aleready defied Austin Through Neer gard then But he was on no terms with Neergard How could he go to him Through Rosamund Fane At the thought he made a lvrPace Any advances from him she would willfully misinterpret And Ruthven How on earth could he bring himself to ap proach him IAnd yet he had pronzseClEileen to do what he could What merit layln performinir an paav obllratlon Whnf IF1 cookeTi WANT a situation1 i heleP Yo t WANT to sell Yoa WANT to buyrclassifiedheW tefAfc Vk THE NEWS h v courage was rebuffed to keep a prom ise easily Kept If he cared anything for her If he reayy cared for Gerald he owed them more than effortless fug fillment So first of all when at length tofin the hour he found Gerald at the Stuyvesant clubs j The boy descended to the visitors rooms Selwyos card In his hand and distrust written on every feature And at Selwyns first frank and friendly words he reddened to the temples and checked him II wont listen he said They Austin andand everybody has been putting you up to this until Im tired pf It Do they think Im a baby Do they suppose I dont know enough to tryinrK to make me ridiculous I tell you theyd better let me alone My friends rer my friends and I wont listen to dany criticism of them and that settles Gerald Oh I know perfectly well that you thattthe difference Im not speaking of 3lr Neergard Gerald Im only trying to tell you what this man Ruthven really Is do Ing deingedcried Gferald angrily And anyway It isnt likely Id come to you io find out anything about Mrs RuthvenB second husband Selwyn rose very white and still After a moment he drew a quiet What whispered Selwyn breath his clinched hands relaxed an he picked up his hat and gloves They are my friends muttered Jerald as pale as he You drove me into speaking that way Perhaps I did my boy I dont Judge you If you ever find you need help come to me A dif you cant come and still need me send for me Ill do what I can always I know you better than you know yourself Goodby He turned to the door and Gerald burst out Why cant you let my friends alone I liked you before you began this sort of thing I will let them alone If you will said Selwyn I cant stand by and see you exploited and used and perverted Will you give me one chance to talk It over Gerald No I wont returned Gerald hotly Ill stand for my friends every time Theres no treachery In me r You are not standing by me very fast said the elder man gently I said I was standing by my friends repeated the boy Very well Gerald but its at the ex pense of your own people Im afraid Thats my business and youre not one of em retorted the boy Infuri ated end you wont be either if I can prevent It no matter whether people say that youre engaged to her What whispered Selwyn wheel ing like a flash The last vestige of col or had fled from his face and Gerald caught his breath almost blinded by the blaze of fury In the elder mans eyes Neither spoke again and after a moment Selwyns eyes fell and he turned heavily on his heel and walked away head bent gray eyes narrowing to slits Yet through the brains chaos and the hearts loud tumult and the clamor of pulses run wild at the Insult flung into his very face the grim Instinct to go on persisted and he went on and on for her sakeon he knewnot how un til he came to Neergards apartment in one of the vast west side constructions bearing the name of a sovereign state and here after an interval he followed his card to Neergards splendid suit where a manservant received him and left him seated by a sunny window overlooking the blossoming foliage of parkWhen Neergard came in and stood on the farther side of a big oak table Sel wyn rose returning the cool curt nod Mr Neergard he said It is not easy for me to come here after what I said to you when I severed my Con section with your firm You have every reason to be unfriendly toward me but I came on the chance that whatever resentment you may feel will not prevent you from hearing me out Personal resentment said Neergaru slowlyserer interferes with my bust ness I take itsoP course that you have ruled upon a business matter Will you sit down Thank youI have only a moment and what I am here for is top you asMr Errolls friend to use our in fluence on Mr Erroreverylatom of tromrnlexcesses I ask you for his familys sake to discountenance any more gambling to hold him strictly to his duties in your office to overlook no more shortcomings ofhs but to demand from him what any trained bu man demands of his associatesas well asof his employees I ask this for the boys sake VI am not aware that Gerald re quires any Interference froni meor from you either said Neergard coolly mybusinessAnd I believe that settles It He touched a button The manservant appeared to usher Selwyn out underYVjiPd109ked Neergard butNeergud thrust both hands id his Dockets turned sauarely t tle i r rr r theroomIt bid fair to become a hard day for Selwyn He foresaw It for there was more for him to do and the day was far from ended and his self restraint was nearly exhausted An hour later he sent his card in to Rosamund Fane and Rosamund came sown presently mystified flattered yet shrewdly alert and prepared tor any thing since the miracle of his coming FreparationUWhy said with a flushed gayety perfectly genuine did you ever come to see me Its only this he salduI am won dering whether you would do anything for me Anvthlnc Merci Isnt that ex tremely general captain Selwyn But you never can tell Ask me So he bent forward his clasped hands between his knees and told her very earnestly of his fears about Ger aid asking her to use her undoubted Influence with the boy to shain him from the card tables explaining bow utterly disastrous to him and his fam sily his present course was Could you help us1 he asked Help us Captain Selwyn Who Is the us please Why Gerald and meand his tam- My he added meeting her eyes The maliceHisthat Is to say his sister Miss Er rolL His family I believe ends there does It not Yes Mrs Fane I see Miss Erroll la naturally worried over him But I wonder why did not come to me hersel Instead o sending you as bier errant ambassa doruMlssErroUdidriot send me he steadUying him he knew again that he had failedShe smiled Come to me on you own errand for Geralds sake for any preferablyIanother womans errands for I wont listen even to you I have come on my own errand he repeated coldly Miss Erroll kne nothing about it and shall not hear o It from me Can you not help me Mrs Fane But Rosamunds rose china had hardened into a polished smile and Selwyn stood up wearily to make his adieu But as he entered his hansom before the door he knew the end was not yet and once more he set his face toward the impossible and once more the hansom rolled away over the asphalt and once more it stopped this time before the house of Ruthven Ruthvens greeting was a pallid stare but as Selwyn made no motion to rise he lounged over to a couch and half reclining among the cushions shot an Insolent glance at Selwyn then yawned and eramirfbd the bangles on his wrist After a moment Selwyn said Mr Ruthven you are no doubt surprised that I am here Im not surprised if its my wiP youve come to see drawled Ruthven If Im the object of your visit I confess to some surprIseas much as the visit is worth and no more The vulgarity of the insult under the mans own roof scarcely moved Sel wyn to any deeper contempt and cer talnly not to anger To be continued j e FORTUNE FOR PAPKE Thunderbolt Gets 8000 for Next Bout Win Lose or Draw Lucrative is the fighting game for drawing cards Win or lose or fight to a draw Bil ly Papke middleweight pugilistic champion will receive 8000 after his bout with Stanley Ketchel at San Francisco Thanksgiving Day This will be the third meeting of this pair and the fight fans are looldn for one of the fastest mills seen o the coast in years The 8000 guarantee is one of the AmedcaIderbolts manager has just made announcement of the terms Both Jimmy Coffroth of the Coim cluband Jack Gleason of the Oc cidental club of San Francisco were bidding for the battle Coffroth offered Papke 7000 as his end of the purse and Gleason raised him 1000 gave the principals the privilege of dividing 50 per cent of the gross re ceipts of the show GO per cent to the winner and 40 per cent to the loser with a 20 per cent bonus to Papke EAGLE KILLS SHARK Chesapeake Sailormen Tell of Re markable Contest Wit BayfBALTIMORE Md Oct 28 A remarkable combat between a large eagle and a shark was witnessed by Capt Henderson and crew of the steamer Tangier 01the Chesapeake afternoonrg Occohannock Creek they saw the eagle dive and come to the surface with a shark Then followed a fierce struggle The shark pulled the eagle under the water until it was almost exhausted deafi Members of the steamers crew put ihse eagle although it clawed them re peatedly and itsinate hovering close by tried to attack them The bird has been presented to the park zoo GAME LAW VIOLATION PARIS Ky Oct 28In Judge Dundons court Joe Penn Redinon and James Caldwell were each fined 750 for a violation of the game law These Wives A woman never sleeps so soundly that she neglects to wake up and shu seewhat time it is when hubby comes in ANYTHINGLOSTfound for sale for rent rJ veti e in the classnod column IIof THE NEWS QualitY Appearance Price The Three Gre 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 righ the quality may not be up to the standard but ifboth are satisfactory the price 1 may be prohibitive Mere we have a stove of the best quality attractive in every Way one that will prove satisfactory in eyery home and stay so and last but not least ata price which every one can afford to pay t D Fosters Wiriiier 4 Range has all the above points of Superiority andcan be fs v bought at our store for ajprice easily in reachof all a i Need a Stove Tfiink It Over a rubbsAJ BentonON THE CORNERI vv i I i f a i Eapttaltooooo Undivided Profits 160000 THE WinchesterBank or KYnI N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT- s 1W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLIOITOUR i ACCOUIITSHA GASOLINEEngines SIMPLE I RELIABLE i ECONOMICAL I Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE I MFG GO INCORPO E- DWINCHESTER KY Always the samesome times better Brown Proetoria Hotel Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for moneYe 18851908 THE BEST INSURANCE IS THE CHEAPEST F you are not Insured F ind our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms BEfore insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 o rd fi GILBERT FOTTO lj Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK I Coiteigiit Transfer and Ice Co Furt NO 19 North Main Street Both Phones WINCHESTER TAILORiNG COMPANYf M6 C HMcKINNEY Props i Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphys Store opp CourtHouse CALL ON i NEtSONJhe Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94 Night Phone 33J HIGH GRADE PHOTOURAPHtl Remember that hgh grade fotografp and portraits make appropriate Xmas presents Place your orders with EARP The Artist now and avoid the rush during the holidaysi i Rffipsey Transfer Co fc Hauling of All Kinds ill SFumitur Moving a Specialty i l HOMEPHON f i t I Jt I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pate FIGHT UNSEEN Ft KEMARKAILE CONDITIONS 0F vf MODERN WARFARE Aft the Pomp and Glory of the Old Time Battlefield Has Depart edEven the Artillery i Remains Invisible It is a long hark from the Mace bgttleinthe short bronze sword or the javelin to a shrapnel or a machine gun The manner of putting infantry into the lOne of action is an illustration The men march easily and silently along In the valleys exposing themselves only when absolutely necessary Not a flag Is used not a bugle note is I Field Battery Waiting for Orders heard The men move silently as death and wait as patiently Hours laze by and no foe comes Night comes and there is still no foe but the wait ingjmen weary with vigil and anxious to Kill are always alert They sleep In their positions while the outposts watch for them and when morning comes the tireless eyes are still look ingSuddenly the enemys line slips into view from an unexpected quarter The men crawl back into the shelter of the hill out of view and runnot at the enemy but for a new hidden position In the foemans front They I again wiggle into line load their pieces and wait On comes the foe net on a run not massed to resist- a shock In close order but scattered far apart in a thin line the color of the land about him His line lets through as many bullets as possible Every knoll and clump is taken ad vantage of and the advancing foe Is never In sight when he doesnt abso Iutlhave to be Still he comes with of murder He knows the enemy is somewhere ahead that many of his brave line will die and he is using every device that will save a single life The oncoming command halts a gTheis a word of command and the force comes on now some 700 yards from the waiting foe Instantly there Is a sputter on the hill A company has fired a volley The men below quick en their pace a bit Another volley They run a few steps an officer swears and they walk again Then A they catch sight of the crouching ene my on the hill They throw themselves to the ground and fire again and again They go forward a few rods and keep firing They take the hill or are turned back beaten No one shouts or runs It is as mechanical and cool as destiny Artillery is more spectacular but Just as calm The batteries choose the same secret way of going into ac tion Most of the time they open on you If you are the foe from a quarter totally unexpected Finding a suit able position the guns are dragged up and masked in the long grass A pit is dug along leaving the muzzles on ly a foot or so above the ground a litle ammunItion is brought up and- tJitfield pieces are loaded Then all horses and nearly all the men are taken back to a position of shelter as near by as possible and the battery is ready It has never once been seenMeanwhile suppose you are with the enemy nearly three miles away You see infantry forming away off In front of you ready to attack but you never dream of the artillery While your eyes are leveled on the slowly coming foot soldiers suddenly there is a boom and a shell bursts near you You look away off at the smoke rising from a hill Another dense white cols youJt way you the r p9rtis heard The battery keeps on hammering while the Infantry sneaks up on you If the gun ners are good you lose And this is warwar where you never see your enemys face Grange Does Big Business The Kennebec Journal tells of the second largest grange in the country that at Moulton Me which has 951 members Its cooperative store has 13000 square feet of floor space Last year it did a business of 115000 and It is expected to Increase the amount to 150000 the present year This store was established ten years ago with a capital of 140 all borrowed money Its manager receives st sal ary of 1000 and hires his own help In connection with the store are a grist mill a blacksmith shop and a starch factory all operated for the benefit of patrons only There Is a Sre insurance companY In connection f ith the grange which carries 3000 400 risks t EARLY ROAD BUILDING Hew a Wretched Pennsylvania Turn A Ik Wfte Imjpreverf iThe pecuata a hundred more years jig wa apinyrentljras 7 an It f to4ajv An example this coinpony4tatanceots1xtymllee secured and in ten days 2285 subscribers made application for stock As this was more than the law allowed the names were placed in a lot WIththeseThe road builders of that day knew little or nothing regarding the con struction of highways and the ridicu Ious mistakes made on this occasion taught them some valuable lessons says Guy Elliott Mitchell in the American Cultivator The land was con roadbedcould be found were dumped upon it for a foundation and upon this colossal base earth and gravel were spread Then the work was declared complete but when the washing rains came deep holes appeared on every hand sharp stones protruded from the surface and the horses received scratches and broken limbs as they sank between the bowlders up to their knees The gigantic error of the road builder was then made plain Indignation turnppikelegislature blamed for giving the charter Had it not been for an English man who offered to rebuild the turn pike on the macadam plan as he had seen roads built in the old country improved road construction would have received a severe blow The Eng lishmans proposition was accepted by the company and he was successful in completing the Lancaster and Phila delphia turnpike road which was then declared to be the best piece of highway in the United States a masterpiece of its kind NEW ROAD MACHINE Grading Attachment That Can Be Put Upon Any Traction Englrf aatebeenvery unique and eminently practical road and street grading machine the Invention of Elijah A Hollenbeck of Funk Neb The machine was built by Mr Hollenbeck himself and notwithstanding Its crudity of construc- tIon owing to lack of facilities for turning out the proper kind of work it has proved a success and a moneymaker from the very start says the Omaha WorldHerald It Is In fact a road grading attachment so constructed that It can readily be put upon any ordinary make of traction engine The machine Is very simple In Its construction and seldom ever gets out of order or causes any annoyance to the operator It consists of a frame attached to the boiler and running of the engine On the left side In front of the large drive wheel Is a beam carrying the plow The furrow cut by the plow Is Just outside of the tread of the drive wheel of the engine enabling the operator to cut a straight bank to any length desired The dirt is dropped from the moldboard upon a belt conveyor passing under the boiler of the engine and deposited In the middle of the street or road to make the grade The outer end of this elevator can be raised or lowered to meet requirementsI Mr Hollenbeck the Inventor Is a young farmer who has lived on a farm all his life He has had no special training as a machinist his only education in that line being that leaned from practical experience in operating thrashing machines and other kinds of farm machinery Keep Out of Rut8ave Roads It is not unlikely that American farmers who have with them always the question of good roads and how to maintain them may find In the follow Ing order which was issued by the Panama canal commission to officers and men on the Isthmus a suggestion- of how carelessness contributes to making good roads bad and bad roads worse The order says Notices have been posted at the cor rals and the corral foremen have In structed teamsters that the custom of wagons following in one anothers tracks must be discontinued Consid erable of the maintenance work on the macadam roads especially during the wet season is made necessary by wagons wearing deep ruts The teamsters have been instructed to distribute travel over the full width of the high ways and it is believed that the cost or road repairs will be much reduced as soon as compliance with these Instrac tiona beooiQCs general Grading a Roadbed It to simply extraordinary the lade of Judgment shown by many who un dertake to shape a roadbed The road allowance in various states is sixty six feet in rounding up the roadbed toe earth Is sometimes moved torrard the center from nearly the entire dis tance of the width of the road This means that the ditches for carrying away the water are not distant from the fences that hedge in the highway The roadbed is entirely too wide It cannot be sufficiently rounded toward the center and asa result water does not run off with sufficient quickness The temptation to spoil roads by grad ing them thus is all the stronger since road graders have come into use This result follows from the comparative quickness with which the earth can be distanceofthe outer edges of the ditches furnishes a roadbed sufficiently wide 1 oz r i rr MISTAKE AS TO OWNERSHIP Belated Discovery That Caused Lady to Understand y E Embarrassment MankA woman slipped a dime into her glove on her left hand She would be at the subway in a momentand the dime so placed would facilitate matters As she passed the foot of the bridge extension by the city hall the ring ofn coin as it struck the pavement reached her ears She saw a dime rolling at her feet A fat man subway bound also heardand saw it Both stopped to pick it up She was first His hand only fanned the dust from the side walk I beg your pardon he said as he straightened up rather red in the face J Not at allshe said 1 thank you for jour courtesy Then she hurried down the stairsI Seated in an express train her gloved hand involuntarily went up to her hair A dime dropped in her lap Then she understood Outside the fat man slowly closed his mouth Then he hit Broadway in a northerly directlonN Y Sun CERTAINLY The Beloved OneYou object to Horace because hes not businesslike Stern Parent Certainly hes only after you for your money Beloved OneWell pa doesnt that prove hes businesslike SCIENCE AS A HOBBY Vary the routine of daily labor by cultivating a scientific hobby is the a vice of ProfS P Thompson who reminds ils that much of the worlds scientific work has been done by amateurs For instance William Herschell the astronomer was a music teacher William Gil bert author of De Magnete was a medicalman Dr W H Dallinger authority on the miscroscope was a clergyman and William Sturgeon inventor of the electromagnet was a shoemaker COMPENSATION Nervous Passenger on lake steamerItmust be terrible to think of an accident happening to the boat while you are away down there in that hole Stokef =Its just the other way maam If the boat sinks I wont have to go through moren about half as much warter as you will fore I git to the bottom o the lake GIVING HIM A CHANCE It was night Theyhe andshe were sitting on the porch looking at the stars You know I suppose he whis pered what a young mans privilege ig when he sees a shooting star No she answeredl havent the slightest idea There goes one SEEING BOTH SIDES Why are you always contending for shorter hours asked the cap italist Because answered the workingman earnestly Cso many statesmen are looking for my vote that I want more time to read the speeches BREVITYS VALUE An author should always strive to use short words said the man who admires literary simplicity Yes answered the busy maga zinist when you get a dollar apiece for em the smaller they are the big ger the profit HER USUAL PLACE Did you find out what caused that auto accident Not ynctly but when we lifted the machine and cleared away the wreckage we found that a woman was at the bottom of itPHoustOD Post h JENNUiSSAJN THE STUM P f 7troitgod PQI ti ianHoWi A DETROIT MICH Oct 28 ilughey Jennings manager of the Detroit Tigers will enter the politi cal arena and will stump the city with Mayor Tom L Johnson o Cleveland in favor of the reelec tion of Mayor William B Thomp son Mayor Thompson hasarranged to hold meetings in large circus tents and the attractions I besides Jen nings and Tom Johnson will be the Rev Herbert E Bigelow of Cin- cinnatiandlCity Clerk Peter Witt of which means the last week of the campaign will have all the earmarks of a marvelous circus maximus Early last spring Mayor Thompson promised Jennings that if he would make his home in Detroit he would make him assistant cor poration counsel at the close of the baseball season and it begins to look as though Jennings will ac cept A WONDERFUL NEW DISCOVERY One of the most wonderful discoveries of recent years is the process of metallizing vegetable substances This is a discovery of Prof L G Delamothe a noted French Electro Chemist who after 15 years of arduous labor and at great cost per fected what scientists have labored for a hundred years to produce One of the many novel purposes for wliich this secret process is used is the metallizing of roses by which live roses are actually turned en tirely into metal and then finished- in attractive colorings and mounted on Hat Pins Of course there are no two Hat Pins alike for no two roses are the same It is difficult to conceive anything more beautifulor artistic One of the stores here has these Real Rose Hat Pins on exhibit and they certainly are worth seeing DATE OF PRIMARY CHANGED BARBOURVILLE Ky Oct 28 The Republican Committee has changed the date of the primary election in Knox ounty from Jan uary 5 1909 to December 5 1908 Speak for Themselves Brave actions never want a trumpet Spanish Proverb I II Cannot Answer These Questions rCr I1Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout ina full bath tem to suit you and can do so fevery morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofafaucet t 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern watj er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filterplant Southofthe Ohio River I 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the i same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other inconveniences when you can have everything for the comfort and healthof your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of money hut lackof economy and enterprise and indifference vto getting the most out of life I C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At itYonPeoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000Ci agojustsion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enrollnew 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 J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President x AN EXPERT OPINION would show that our stock includes the very best varieties We keep nothing but the best quality of grain hay and feed of all kinds and our oats and hay are from the choicest crops raised Prices no higher than you will pay elsewhere The WINNMARTIN COAL 6 SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED r JOB PRINTING I Our facilities are the best in Eastern Kentucky for turning out high class Job Work at reasonable pri ces Lawyers f briefs and all kinds t book work promptly and accurater 1 J ly attended toi r Give us a calland lets dor some work for you f I The WinchesUw News tto INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY J J L t4i P I r I T 4 1wpr t r THE WINCHESTER NEWS r DotftSuffrw tb Indigestion and pay unnecessary doctors bill by allowing yourself and family to eat impure foods when the best can at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for your inspection Fancy Prunes 12 12C 15c and 20c per lb Fancy Muir Peaches 15c andf20cper To Extra Fancy Apricots 20c perlb We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimorcand receive a fresh shipment in four times a Ti week All orders given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agentSfor Ferndell Pure Foods Chase 8 Sanborn Coffees and Teas j Prices lard and Sai age Red Cross Flour lluylers Candies Bells Flowers COL MILTON YOUNG SEllSillS HORSES q Ninetyseven Head Bring a Total cf 20700 Art Average s TV 21350 4V LEXINGTON Ky Oct 2SThe t result of the opening day of the dis persal of Cot Milton Youngs Mc Grathiana Stud which has been for years one of ther most prominent and thoroughbred breeding establishment iii he world was very gratifying to Colonel Young The ninetyseven head offered brought a total of 20700un average of 21350 The seven stallions brought 5975 an average of 85350 The fiftjtwo mares totaled 10025 an average of 193 The thirtyeight weanlings were disposed of for 4 700 an average of 134 Large Crowd Present A large crowd was on hand including practically all the breeders of prominence of thi vicinity and a number of buyers from every section of the country Particularly did Canadian feltiWith the Mr Sclneiber the Missouri horse man practically all the high priced lots will cTross the bolder line for osie section of Canada or British Columbia Jot The laiggstniuyer of the day both in rnint of numbers and in amount Lp ndtlIfjtlle St J inns Stable It is owned by MrvTrvinf W Wheat nroft who has railroad interests in Con uekv m dwho has established a v o atpelj yvm on St James Is bnd BiJtwfiij rlunibia not far be- iovcd fin h Seattle Washington Li id Tioton also purchased quite- i good deg i 6ifcock in the interest f re on i1 Kuivcy of Hudson Jrnada while Mr John Dyment anthers d from the same section were cyjent bidders fVsniicn as hnd been anticipated vas the ff of the first days sale 70 D t t1pn 1 SALS 10 BEBEt NOVEr 1BER 5 r J ijlnn Oeeid3S on Date cf G Lexintcnter slate L XI GTdXKy Oct 28 Totce ales r 11ts ycar will begin t tie vvitujj warehouses in this Pity Thurfday7Nocmber 5 t This date wits decided upon at a reeling of thS obaqco exchange held vosteiday morning at which all the various warehouses in the city participated The sales were originally slfeduled for this week but on ac ount of theextr tpeIy diy weather ere postponed as tobacco has been oming into the city very si vly- However if the weather i f-avoraiblexpected to take7 place tt is ncv fejjecjtgd that there will be between and 300000 pounds on the breaks on that dayI The Bailey Loose Tobacco Ware House Company now has 80000 pounds en haifd r id expects more before the cpenin date This 80 000 pounds is the crop of Mr L S r Johnson of Voddfoid who raised t it under a tgpaiclofl nixie nien991 acres being under cultivation t CCJDENTAL SHOT BY BROTHER CAUSES DEATH George Thomas King Passes Away in the Hospital at Cynthiana rCYNTHIAm Ky Oct 28 core Thdnife King aged 20 year iiedat the Harrison Hospital in this dty yesterday morning from the ef fects ofa pist Wound accidentaUv- t1f1ictcdby his brother John King while the two were examining a pis tot thought t6 contain no loads f r v iMost Acceptable Worship The worShip most acceptable comes s from a cheerful and thankful heart Plutarch oij r IeTHE MARKETS 1- CATTLE STEADY IN CINCINNATI MARKET CINCINNATI 0 Oct 27Rea eelpis ail shipments of live stock at the icmuatl Union Stockyards were Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 262 3235 352 Shipivity 397 2521 170 ship1Icura 4755 good to choice 4 4fv common to fair 3385 r fcrs extra 410425 good to choice 325410 common to fair 2315 cows extra 3854 good to choice 3375 common to fair l n 285 canners 12 bulls quiet at yesterdays decline bolognas 290340 extra 350 fat bulls Sf5355 milch cows good strong other grades steady Calves Active and strong 25c Uglier extra 775 fair to good 6S 750 common and large 3725 HogsActive strong to 5c higher gtiod packers and butchers 585 5flO no choice on sale mixed packers 515585 stags 3475 light shippers 450510 pigs 110 tbs and less 325440 SheenSteady extra 3655 375 good to choice 3360 common to fair 125275 LambsStrong extra 550 good to choice 5540 common to fair 3750485 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Oct 27CattleRe Soipts about 6000 Market steady Serves f325S750 Texans 340g 165 westerners 310Z 90 stock ers and feeders 260455 cows and heifers 1505530 calves 65 8 Hogs Receipts about 17000 Market steady Light 55580 mixed 53060r heavy 530 n 605 rough 5305550 good to choice heavy 5 506 05 pigs 325 1490 bulk of ales 5555S5 Sheep Jleceipts about 18000 Mar ket steady Native 250460 western 2505465 yearliasrs 4 5 r515 lambs 3755585 46 HIGHERWr MARKET CHICAGO Oct 27 Wheat prices on the local morae than le today owing to crop dam age reports from Argentina and to a decreased movement in the North west Range of futures The leaning futures ranged as follows WHEAT Open High Dec new 99s 1 001 May 103 1 03 5 July 9712 98 Closie 98s 1 OOVi May 1 03 1 03i2 July 9712 941 d CORN Open High Dec 63 63Ys May 6234 63 July 621 1 6212- i Low Close 633xallao 63 July 621 6Zy2 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has noequal1012tf Scotsmen Not Wanted Some years ago Sir James Browne had an amusing encounter with a colored official at Kingston Jamaica So far away from home the famous doc tor was no doubt a little homesick and he hoped that he might be abl to come across some of his own cow tr men Are there many Scotsmen in these parts he inquired of the said Official Not many replied the latter just a few but quite enough HEAD IS COMPLETELY SEVERED FROM BODY Charles Mahoney is Rir Over By Switch Engine in Let in9ton- LI1XNGTON Ky oct 2Slielifeless and mutilated body of Char les Sfaboney 3 plumber employed by Thomas ODay was found shortly after 0 oclock last night lying across the beltline railroad track at theN extreme end of West Third street John ODay the 14yearrqld son 01 Thomas ODay An investigation later showed that the victim had met his death by being run over by a Chesapeake Ohio switch engine The victim had evidently met his death only a short time previous and so for as has been ascertained the exact circumstances surrounding the tragedy are not known The head was completely severed from the body at neck The left arm was crushed almost in two about midway between the shoulder and the elbow The fingers and thumb on the right hand were torn into shreds the incision being near the union of the metacarpus and phalanges The left collar bpne was also broken The cause of the un fortunate accident is unknown JUDICIAL PRIMARY IS TO BE GALLED OFF There Will Be no Opposition to Judge Young For Democratic Nomination MT STERLING Ky Oct 28 The Democratic primary to nomi nate candidates for Circuit Judi and Commonwealths Attorney L this Judicial District which was call ed for Tuesday November 10th will not be held Present Circuit Judge Allie W Young has never had any opposition for reelection and of the candidate for Commonwealths At torney Hon Alex Conner of Ow ingsville withdrew from the race last night leaving clear field for Hon W Bridges White of this city for that position As a result of there being but one candidate for each office District Chairman Earl W Senff has called a meeting of the committee to be held in this city Wednesday Novea ber 14at which time Judge Young and Mr White will be declared the nominees of the Democratic party for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney respectively Big Sale of Cattle J T Highland delivered today to Swift Company of St Louis Mo 116 export steers The cattle aver aged 1411 pounds and brought 5 cents per pound or 7055 per head They were fat and in good shape SELLINGrLICENSE OWINGSVILLE Ky Oct 28 Deputy United States Marshal Sam Jackson arrested Lillie Morris of Winchester charged with selling whisky without Government license She was brought to lIt Sterling and placed in jail He also arrested John Collins of Morehead on the same charge and placed him in jail at Olive Hill Also Arrested Here The Morris woman mentioned above was arrested here for the same offense last August when officer Bal lard raided a blind tiger in Buck town one Sunday morning She wa fined 50 and was turned over to United States marshal Jo be taken to Mt Sterling to answer the same charge there- PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD OF KENTUCKY MEETS Evening Session is Devoted to Ser mon by Venerable Retiring 1Moderator FRANKFORT Ky Oct 28TinPresbyterian Synod of Kcntuck convened in the First Presbyterian Church here last night About 135 Statme are The meeting was opened with a sermon by the Yener able retiring moderator ReV Dr J S Grider of Warren county Foot BallfThis afternoon at the Colleg campus at 330 p m the Winches ter High echoolwill meet the Preps of the K W C in the second game of a series of five games which are betweeen nOwing to the fact that the first of the series was a tie much interest it3 being manifested Admission- is free and everybody is invited f s j 1 t SMITHS LECTURESCorning Here Mr Edwin Smith of Nova Scotia The Journalist and World Traveler FIRST NIGHTSubject What Can We Db For the Boys A Lecture on Moral Reform by one who has studied the problem in all nations and speaks withauthority o Admission A Silver Oifering ISECOND NIGHT Subject Woman Possibilities and Probabili ughterIfor hearing it Mr Smith has timesain different countries and has the hight t possible endorsements from clergyman professors teachers and the press DO NOT MISS IT- oN Admission A Silver Offering THIRD NIGHTA great benefit Lecture Subject Around the World with a Newspaper Man This lecture has been pronounced by good authority the best lecture on travel ever heard in America Mr Smith will take his audience across three oceans and visit 18 countries with the most vivid de scripti nandexciting experiences possible It will never be forgot ten by one who hears it presentee in the most interesting instructive and humorous style by this ac knowledgedwriter and orator Admission 20 Cents Adults 10 Cents Children COURT HOUSE Wednesday Thursday and Friday October 28 29 and SO at 73O P M Under Auspices of W C T U ENGAGE IN SHOOTING mm mi mm Two Wegrces Horace Boone ant Hub Muniiay Are Arcrsled Wednesday Horace Boone and Hub Munday two negroes about 22 years of age engaged in a shooting affray this morning in Poynterville over woman The men had been on ba terms for some time and whe they met this morning they entered into a controversy about the woman Several shots were fired by each but none of them took effect They were arrested by Chief Tarp y and Officer Ballard They will be tried in police court Wednesday night and probably held over t the Grand Jury- EPIDEMIC OF DISEASES Scarlet Fever and Diptheria Raging in Parts of Bath County OWINGSVILE Ky Oct 28An epidemic of diphhteria and scarlet fever is raging throughout this county There have been a number of deaths from both diseases and a good many are ill at present It is believed the diseases are due to the continued dronth and drinking bad countyathe spread of thedisease- Associated Charities J The Committee composed of members of the different churches in the city that was aPPointed some time ago to loop into the advisability of organizing an associated char ity organizational this city met at the Presbyterian cHurch Thursday night Nothing was done at the theirYThenmeeting adjourned to hold its next meeting then firat Friday in Novem ber Registration- The supplemental registration as the News goes to press Wednesday is as follows Democrats 58 Re ProICattle Shipped J W Pace and Will Robb Tues da thevFarmers and Shippers stockyards a car load each of cattle and Con ner Horton shipped five car loads Wednesday iJ f AUDITORIUM HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE Saturday Night- November 31st Prize for most graceful skater and best niasqued couple now on exhibition in Baldwin Bros wipdow Unique costume So skate book most comical make np So skate book Seven Lap Race Between MonKey arid Coon CHILDRENS Masquerade Saturday Afternoon from 2 to 2 p m S5 skate boot for best mafcqned girl under 15 for best mas qued boy II5 skate book Election Returns at Rink Tuesday Night Nov 3rd Slating Tn il 10 p m Returns until 1 P m Admission 2Sc Skates Free Winchester Opera House Monday Nov 2 WATKYNS DOUGLAS Presents Miss Marian West Supported by A Metropolitan Cast in the Soul Stirring Comedy Drama The Power of Love A Great American Play Elegant Costumes A Full Scenic Production Prices 25c 35c 50c and 75c Sale of Seats Opens Friday at MartinCooK Drug Store Election ReturnsATTTt- rETuesday Opera House on Night from 8 oclock until the result is giveoreturns There will be a direct wire on operatorin Admission 25c Gallery lOc Area of Moons Surface The moons surface contains about 14685000 square miles or four times the area of Europe TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchesterij follows 0 t O EASTBouNDf No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m mNoNo 24 Daily 9 25 p m 0 O WEST BOUKD No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 855 a m DmNo9No 31 Daily ii09 p m L N NORTH BOllDa mNopmNoL E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m- No4 Daily 813 a m L E WEST BOUND mNoLexington Eastern Ry Co Time Card In Effect June 21 1903 4BAHTy jV Lexington 25vM 7tW Inch ltcr 35L E Junction 320 52C Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campion Junction 4m Natural Bridge 435 94 Torrent 147 asBjattyvllle Junction 510 rY Athol 537 lUI5 O K Junction 605 116 vrJactaon G10 p Nol o 5 StiliWJC8TX P1 AI-v 700O730Bedttyv1l1eTorrent i 7RO 341 815 826Campton SMClav931WinchesterIP Lexington 955 605 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS REMADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L A E Junction Trains Not and 3 wtll mako conuectiou with the C U Ry for Mt Sterling Junction Trains 3and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for KyBeattyville and4 will forBeaOAK JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 W Il connect with the O K Railway for Cdiinel City Ky and way stations Jlt BARR General Manager aRAB SCOTT G P A 17tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEVuISON Attorney At Law 60 S Main S Winchester Ky BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETOK BUSK BUSH Attorneys At Lay CO S Main St Winches v Ky DR W C WORTiU GTON Office hours 10 to 12a m 2 to PmandSto8Pm New phone 432 Residence 033 J51 N Main St Winchester K Now Is the Time As this is an off year we are not over run with work Although weare able to furnish our help 10 hours work a day every day in the week We wish you would bring your work to us now while we canteasily take careof 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 Agrieulturalist waiting for the good times that are sure to come soon after the holidays Do not put it off because it is small We do not like small jobs when we are busy You knowhov- that is yourself CincinnatiRememberor Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Woodor Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and White Metal Castings We are agents for Structural Steel fall shapes and sizes Eagle Casting GoINCOBPOKArED F C CORNELL 9 1 Genl Manager il J cc