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ALL i t THE N or WSJALL THE b k NO 16 KY 29 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS Mr E H I r frThe street car service rendered L Winchester has been so unsatisfac tdry that there is just now going K Ion a lively between Mr T H and the street car officials Mr Haggard insists that the contract between the city of Winchester and C the Central Kentucky Traction Com p any be lived up to In a conversation with n reporter rfor The News Mr Haggard also f 4 r parts of the line was not satisfac tory Under the contract the Trac r r tion Company is to maintain the jr roadbed between the tracks and on- t inches on each side in good o The letters follow Letter to Mr Jbuett i Winchester Ky Oct 17 Judge E S Jouett J Winchester Railway h Dear Sir =Iam repeatedly ap preached by the citizens of Win Chester about the street car service in the city In a con Terence with the Mayor and some members of the Council we decided that the proper steps to be taken were to notify you that unless the cars were tJn as set out in the icon tract the Council would decline to y rrpay any claim that you might have against the city on account of light lag thettreets know that your j claim isnhat you have been relieved by the Council from this part of your contract but my opinion is x trod vas as you remember at the rime you undertook to obtain this relief that the Council eNd not nave the right to excuse you from that part of your contract for the reason that the Council was empow ered to make the contract by a vote of the people who were persauded to vote to pay price for the lights in order to get the street car ser vice between the hour of 600 a m and 30 p m There fore feel that it is my duty to see that it is enforced When make complaint to the Interurban Com ipany they claim that they have a contract with you by which you are to run the cars and that they are paying you to do so Trusting that yon will give this matter your atten tionand the goods according to agreement am Yours truly F H HAGGARD City Attorney r Mr Jouetts Answer t October 19 1908 r Mn F H Haggard City Attorney V Winchester Kv Sir Replying to your re n trouble largely has been owing to the fact that the company was in stalling a new engine for the express purpose of running the day current and the street car system This is now in and do not believe there will be any further cause for the cot plaint I understand from the man agement that they fought very hard fto have the intermissions as slight as possible but that they were unable to do any better than was done It isa fact that we are under contract with the Traction Company to fur nish the power for operating the street railway but as to any liability under the old contract of course you understand that I differ from you V about that trust however that there will not be any occasion for our trying out r question Yours very truly r E S JOUETT Letter to Company r 4 Winchester Ky Oct 23 190SI The Central Kentucky Traction Com pany Lexington Ky = t f Gentlemen At the request of Ithe Mayor and Board of Council of this city write to call your atten tion to the fact that the street alI service given by you in this city is very in that the trins more trips than we hive promises from you to give us bettqr service 1J1t h I I n y c J ii f Tij rmLING ViNiH ir k CLARK AND ttY 7 V WINCHESTER THURSDAY OCTOBER Ag UNdAlldrAblUKi STREET CAR SERVICE FUR YLirely Correspondence Haggard Ci1yAtlorneYandI the Officials correspondence attorneya jfchbf tipeighteen payr 1908I Kycomplaining deliver fjDear oneratirthej unsatisfactory agreedt COUNTY EASTERN KENTU TtTF WINCHESTER NEWS IIvt I WINCHESTER Between Traction continuously The car does not run at all between the hours of 1215 p m and 200 pin and 630 p m and 830 pm Pleas give this mutters your attention and let us hear from you be fore the next regular meeting of the Council Noyember Yours truly F H HAGGARD City Attorney Reply or Company Lexington Kyi 06 f 26 l608 F H Haggard Esq City Attorney Winchester Ky My Dear Sir am in receipt pf your favor of October 23rd and in reply would say that your letter comes as a surprise to us We have had timetables printed showing the hours and time that trips are to be made and if this time table is not lived up to we certainly want to know it It is our earnest de sire to give the people of Winchester the best possible service under the conditions and if you desire to have us present at the next Council meet ing we will be glad to come I have asked Mr Hackett to confer with you on this matter and if you and Mi Hackett think it advisable for our Superintendent Railways to come up we will be glad to have him do so In addition we wll send some of our mechanical force up to Winchester in the course of a few days to make any necessary repairs to car Very truly yours J B CRAWFORD General Manager Last Letter of Series Winchester Ivy Oct 28 1908 Central Kentucky Traction Company Lexington Kentucky Qf1yourin which you express your surprise at my statement that the service here is very unsatisfactory In reply will say that want to express my sur prise that your eompanv should put on such rolling stock mid render such service as this city has been getting after entering into the contract that you have with the city Under your contract you were to have put two new cars on service in this city some thing like two years ago bufiristead you have shipped old cars here and they have been used giving us a very bum service You say you will send your mechanical force here to- mas necessary repairs it Twill be uneeessary to do this for the old cars are beyond repair and the neo pIe have made un their miner not to stand for the continued violation of your contract in this manner We want to impress upon you now that the best thing to do will be to send new cars here for the service and hardly think it necessary for you to appear before the Council until the cars are on the service Under your last arrangement with the Council you were to make a round trip every 17 minutes between the hours of 30 a m and 930 p in 1 alYours truly F H HAGGARD City Attorney AGCIDENTLY SHOOTS SMALL CHILDREN Shot Gun is Discharged by Unknown PersonNo one Seriously Hurt C Three colored children between the ages of six and eight years were accidentally shot yesterday after noon in Mary Bells alley Thevchil dren were sitting down on a log in the alley when some one in a vacant lot in the rear of where theyAveiij sitting fired a shot gun AV Each received part of its contents but neither is seriously hurt One of them was shot in the face and the other two were shot in the body The police have been working on the case ever since it happened but are unable to find out who fired the shot They are of 1lie opinion that they were aceident liy shot by some boys who were =hoa tinge at bird iu the neighborhood 1t 1t l f 1 f Irjr THE MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMAN IN ASIA Tsl An dowager empress of China is not only the most active power In the empire but is undoubtedly the most potent female influence in the orient authorityInminded and capable mother 8 GIRLS JUMP- FROMBUILDING Fire Threatens One of Great Build ings in CincinnatiMany Are Injured Special to The News- CNCINNATI 0 Oct Abig fire is threatening one of Cincinnatis sky scrapers right in the heart of city Eight girls have been injured several seriously by jumping from the windows to escape the flames in the eleventh story of the Neave building One fireman has also been seriously injured The flames so far have been confined to the sixth floor REGISTRATION SHOWS INCREASE 1811 Voters Are Now on the Books 133 More Than Last Year The total registration last year was 1678 On the regular registra tion day this year 1688 names were recorded At the close of the sup plemental registration Wednesday evening 123 names were added mak ing a total of 1811 The vote is divided as follows Republicans 895 Democrats 877 Allothers 39 Total 1811 TWENTY THREE ARE DROWNED Entire Crew of Freight Steamer Yarmouth Lost in English Channel Special to The News LONDON Oct 29The freight steamer Countess of Yarmouth foundered ile crossing the English channel last night Thecrew df twenty three perished Most of the- bodies haVe been recovered Miss Kate Boone of Lexington but formrely of this city has ac stenographer1ith 00 FIThe Impossible Xohing CMI bp put as it were into mu thu7 nlll a tt f Lfb ESTIMATES I TH- ECONRSSIONAL RACE Prominent Democrat and Republican Figure on the Tenth District A prominent Democrat of this city has undertaken to get from most re liable sources what the vote will be in eaec iut in the tenth Cqrigres sionatfSlsfnct in the race Between the Hon Amos Davis and the lion John W Langley for Congress The report received by him shows that the estimated majorities will be as follows Davis Clark v 600 rnElliott 450 Floyd 300 Knott J iJ 550 Menifee t i J 350 Montgomery 5t 150 Ifm 700 l Tt Powell a n 80 Wolff F vl 300 r Total 1 U348o Langley Magoffin 4 450 Martin CUv V 550 Lee 1250Br- eathitt 150 Pike VV 7i 500 Johnson 1000 Estill U 400 Total l 3300 Republican Estimate The News asked a leading Repub Bean also to furnish an estimate of the result as seen from the Republi can aide It is as follows Davis Clark 600 Elliott 500 Floyd 250 Knott l 500 Menifee Y 250 100JtJonMorgan r 700 Powell 50 Wolfe 250 0Total v 3200 r Langleyr Magoffin 7 600 Martin 700 Lee 350 Breatbitt 200 1rftfJohnson I150 900 Estill l 450 tJ rfttal 4350 t LECTURER NOT HERE ScotiawhowasHouse Wednesday nightnnder the auspices of the local society of the WOC TEl failed to amve The iscraes of lectures tha t4e is to give was toy begin Wednesday night but he has not arrived mid just when he iJIapliveis not known r + uj l 1 ri SAYS BRYAN IS IN THERIRHT David B Hill Presents Candidate to Audience Thinks Change Dui r Albany N Y Oct 29 +The feature of William Jennings Bryairs tour up state was the appearance on the plat form here of Former United States Senator David B Hill It was the first time in several years that Mr Hill had attended such a gathering so that when he stepped forward as chairman to introduce Democracys leader the great crowd which packed the hall where the meeting was held rose and wildly cheered pollticsI am heartily in favor of the election of the Democratic national and state tickets I am not so partisan how ever that I would support the party whether right or wrong but permit supportthenationalticket my judgment our presidential candi date who honors us with his pres ence Is absolutely right upon every contested question in this campaign I am for him because sincerely believe the best interests of the coun try will be subserved by his election It Is time for a change in the admin istration of the government a change of measures and of men Our candi date owes the nomination not to any one man or any set of m Iibut only the people themselves If elected he will be the president himself and not a dummy for any man He will not be led around with a string like a great big caged bear The Democratic candidate received an ovation as he rose to speak He was cheered to the echo and the large audience reluctantly obeyed his gesture to them to become quiet He expressed his appreciation of the cor dial welcome he had received in the capital of ournations greatest state and replied to Mr Hill by saying- I appreciate the more than gene ous words employed by Senator Hill in presenting me to you ne of the pleasures of this campafgnis 3he e1e ment that manifests itself in the Democratic party As the candidate for president I have behind me a united Democracy and in front of me a scared Republican party He de clared that the Democratic party was full of fight while the Republican par ty was full of fright I believe he continued that we are going to win a great victory and my friends I am glad that Senator Hill the hero of so many battlefields is fighting by my side prepared to share with me the joys of a Democratic triumph THis victory would be Incomplete If It were a sectional victory But I believe that this victory is going to be won by the cooperation of theeast and the west the north and the south and that it will cement the Democratic party as a fighting force In the course of the day Mr Bryan made speeches at Hastingsonthe Hudson Tarrytown Ossining Peeks kill Cold Springs Ffebkill Pough keepsie Rhinecliff Hudson Rensse laer Schenectady and Troy Every where along the line of travel im mense crowds turned out in the rain to hear him He frequently left the train to make speeches His reception at Schenectady was notable Two of his three speeches were made in the open to employes of the locomo tive works and the General Electric company who notwithstanding the drenching they got stayed through out his speech often interrupting it with cheers of approval He told them the tide was fast turning with the Democratic party and that reports from all over the country indi cated a big Democratic victory Decapitated by Hot Wire Cleveland 0 Oct 29Erick Els was decapitated at the American Steel and Wire company mills Els was a wiredrawer While drawing the redhot wire It broke The end struck him about the neck and the wire released from tension suddenly coiled about his neck His neck was byihead from his body Jubilee Service Ends Convention Denver Colo Oct 29The thirty fifth annual convention of the National Womans Christian Temperance union came to an end with a general Jubilee in which all the states repre sented took part by reporting the great gains in membership made dur ing the year It was announced that a gain ox 20000 In membership had been made Fort Keogh Abandoned St Paul Oct 290rrles for the final abandonment by the military authorities of Fort Keosh Montana were issued by General Edgerly commander of the department of Dakota j 8h oft tAr l Pt t i b ftt WEATHERf 0Fair Tonight Friday Con r tinued HeavyFrosts j 1 1 I a 9 I I I I I t I 6 I I I 6 v 2 I v i d r I TAFT IS GIVEN 1 A BIG OVATION t Crowd Cheers For Nineteen Minutes Thousands in the tParade New York Oct 29The Republi can campaign in New York city reached its climax when William H Taft presidential candidate and Charles E Hughes candidate for gov ernor spoke from the same platform at Madison Square Garden to an audience that filled the enormous amphi theater Their appearance at Madi son Square Garden came at the end of a day which from a political view point was most remarkable During the day Mr Taft spoke at 14 meet ings and Governor Hughes spoke 15 times Then while the Madison Square meeting was in progress a giant parade was wending its way In a downpour of rain down through the heart of the city These were only the main features of the day Hours before the doors of the garr den were thrown open long lines of ticket holders had formed There is no other structure in New York which can hold such a big audience as Madison Square Garden but It soon became apparent to the police that it would not have space enough for the hundreds gathered outside At 7 oclock a heavy rain set In and it was thought the crowd would dwindle but this was a mistake The treets for blocks around were alive with umbrellas and few persons deserted the waiting throngs Excel lent police regulations prevented any unseemly crowding when the doors lwere opened shortly after the rain began to fall By 8 oclock the police had bar all ticket holderslWhile waiting for the arrival of Judge Taft speeches were made by Ii General Porter chairman of the meeting Senator Lodge Secretary Straus and Governor Hughes The Republican presidential candi date reached the garden at 1102 and t instantly the audience was on its feet cheering The band played the Star Spangled Banner and hundreds of flags waved At the end of 10 minutes the cheering changed to shouts of Taft Taft Big Bill Taft A corps of ushers entered the hall from under the platform bearing huge por traits of Taft Sherman ana Hughes At the expiration of 15 minutes the band began playing What you goin to do when the rent comes round but the shouting of Taft Taft Big Bill Taft drowned the music At the end of 19 minutes of tumult Gen eral Porter made himself heard and Introduced Judge Taft Two Servants Die by Poison Oklahoma City Okla Oct 29 f Death by poison of two servants In the home of the Rev Carter Helm Jones pastor of the Baptist church t here and formerly of Louisville Ky has started an Investigation to deter lmine whether the poison was meant r for the minister by persons in Lynch burg Va who objected to his mar riage to a woman of the Methodist church Dr Jones says he does not believe the poison was meant for him Edward and Laura Davis servants in J the household of Dr Jones were Beside them was found 4ablackberry brandy The brandy had been brought by Dr Jones family from Virginia For Sane Celebrations Chicago Oct 29 Incorporation papers for the Sane Fourth associa tion were asked for by Marquis EaLton president of the Hamilton club and other citizens of Chicago Ther objects of the new organization it is kstated are to aid in the enforcement r of all laws designed to reduce they number of accidents incident to prfift ent methods of celebration to give organized expression to sentiment in favor of a safe and sane Fourth of July fad to endeavor to secure such a type of celebration as shall best 5 promote true patriotism Mathewson Oh the Stump New York Oct 29Christy Ma thewson the famous pitcher of the New York National league team was one of the speakers at a Democratic t mass meeting in the Twentythird asp sembly district John J hays win ner of the Marathon race at London J and a number of other members or the American Olympic team occupied seats on the platform l Russian Duma Convenes h St Petersburg Oct 29The au tumn session of the third Russian duma was opened here The tact that this is the first time a Russian parlia ment has come to its second session gives much satisfaction and raises the hope that the present duma will be of far greaterservice to the ooun try than was either the first or t1fseconds itg I Tci wNr7r r I J PqlTWO THE WINCHESTER NEWS lCAlf TRUNDLE HEAVY LOADS Chinese Coolies Able to Transport Nearly Half a Ton on Peculiar Wheelbarrow ti In the wheelbarrow used in China the wheel is set in the center and this supports practically the entire load while the Handles are support ed in part by a strap or rope over the shoulders of the man who operates A a result the coolie in China will transport nearly half a ton on hiss wheel Wheelbarrows are much used in the country where the roads ire but little developedand we Obave heard that passengers some fromtr Shanghai to Pekin a distance of C 500 miles by barrow twopassenger barrow will make about 20 miles a day and the coolie is content with a pay of about 20 cents a Say or an average of about Jialfa cent a mile for each passen ger On the level well kept streets of the foreign quartets of such cities as Hong Kong Shanghaiiand Pe dn the wheelbarrow coolie will struggle along with a load of six or ieven eight people IS HEAD OF HER FAMILY The Dutch woman of South Africa is the head of her family and rust be obeyed by husband as well youngahdman of the cities is different 1Iavingagoodeducation andwhen she finishes in Europe she is a most attractive creature with great ca pacity for enjoyment She is likely fo be musical but not literary as the Dutch of that country have not reached that phase of development The women of South Africa are very much taller than the women of Rolland and the citybred girl is generally slender and rather pretty which the Boer woman never is be Jng fat and figureless at 30 OLDEST DATED DECORATION Probably the oldest dated decoration in the world has recently been brought to light by the discovery of the funerary temple of King Sahu ja who lived 2500 B C It lies between the Pyramids of Giseh and Saggarah and has been unearthed by Dr Borcharts direc tor of the German institute of ar hri ology at Cairo Sculptured bas reliefs illustrate Pharaoh conversing with the gods conquering the Ly Mans and receiving an embassy Besides this there are hunting and fish ing scenes and most interesting of ffU a fleet of ships of the period ANCIENT WAR CLUBS Clubs were the weapons of primi five and savage men Ancientspeci mens from Mexico are heavy sticks groovedalong the side for the insertion of blqdes ofobsidianthat is Volcanic glass The Sioux club is a flat piece of wood curving and widening away from the grip and terminating in a spherical head which in modern times carried a long spike while the blades of sever al butcher knives are commonly inserted along themargin HAD A WIDE CHOICE jubileeiGermany the burgermeister re ceived a telegram signed by all the unmarried girls of the place advis sayingt1iany objection to becoming a frau bnrgermeisterin COLD STORAGE Yes said Miss Backbay Em erpon appeals to us women of Boston Although he has passed beyond we always keep him in our hurts you know fTTou dont say replied Miss p Gotham I wonder how it fees to tc kept in coldstorage like that aft iper death i CAUSE OF HIS HILARITY GreenEd like that fellow Brown better if he didnt always laugh at iiiown jokes White Brown doesnt laugh at Hi oWn yokes He laughs at you fellows who are silly enough to lis ten to them Illustrated Bits f HAD HIM r Cynical Man Nature must have r been dreaming when she made wom QS4 Ww Woman She must have had 8Iwelsnrarebitnight when she jnade man Bohemian Magazine L l f CLEVER NEWFOUNDLAND DOG Insisted on Leaving a Tip for the Waiter After Meal There was a Newfoundland dog on board H M Si Bellona which kepton deck during the battle of Copenhagen running backward and forward with such courage and anger that he became a greater favorite with the men than ever When the ship was paid off after the peace of Amiens the sailors had a parting dinner on shore Victor was placed in the chair and fed roast beef and plumpndding and the bill was made out in Victqrs name To further carry out the joke three sovereigns were placed in front of Victor and the waiter ordered to give change He did so the dog wagging hit tail benevolently the while A small pile of copper and silver being The Copper and Silver Sixpence He Insisted on Leaving as the I Waiters Tip deposited by the waiter he was about to depart when Victor was told to take up the money in his mouth and carry it to the captain He did so but could not be induced to touch the copper and a silver sixpence which amid roars of laughter he insisted on leaving as the waiters tip as he had been accustomed to see the captain do on may previous occa sions Upholding Authority- It was a score of years ago that W J Connors now chairman of the New York Democratic state committee se cured his first great freighthandling contract and when the work was ready to start he appeared on the Ohio street dock at Buffalo and called a thousand burly dockwollopers to or derNow roared Connors yez are to worruk for me and I want ivery man here to understand whats what I kin lick anny man In the gang Nine hundred and ninetynine swal lowed the insult but one huge double fisted warrior moved uneasily and stepping from the line he said You cant lick me Jim Connors- I cant cant IT bellowed FIngy No je cant was the response Oh well thin go to the office and git your money said Fingy Ill have no man in me gang that I cant lickSuccess Magazine A TREE PUZZLE The Puzzle a Landlord Put Up to His Tenants Ascertain landlord had a square plot of land in one quarter of which stood a house let to four tenants In the balance of the ground the landlord planted four apple trees placed as shown in the sketch Now said the landlord to the ten ants rubbing his hands if you can divide the ground around the house into four equal plots alike in shape and each containing one of the four apple trees which I have planted you Arrangement of Plots shall have the land without any in crease In your rent The tenants worried over the problem for some time and then solved it as in the second sketch Cat Characteristics Cats rather than belong to a new master will cling in grief to the old walls and refuse to be taken away from them But if they can follow their master they will go to the end of the world One must not forget that they are extraordinarily nervous and timid and from timidity easily lose their heads 4rm away they themselves know not whither They must be well protected and made to feel that they are guarded and cared for We must not however expect a cat to obey like a dog Itls a free and independent little beast=a cousin of the lona tropical animal which needs great warmth in order to he come most beautiful and as large as its nature petmitsCar1I1en Sylva iij the Century Areas of Various States The area of Maryland Is 1221 square mites 2350 square miles bl which are water There are sever states in the union wtiich have smalle area viz Every New England statt except Maine and New Jersey anc Delaware The gross area of none 011 these states equals the land area o Maryland A u GOLDEN ROD AS A REMEDY Plant Dedicated to St Augustine ofI Hippo Was Once Used by Physicians St Augustine f Hippo the great doctor of the church whose festival fell on August 28 is a sadly neg lected saint among modern ritual ists and even occasionally confused with the namesake who insulted our British bishops Yet he is pro nounced by Hooker without any equaland regarded by Harnack as the first modern man He has been better honored in the floral world for to him is dedicated the golden rod or wound wort Solida go virgaurea Old Gerarde with whim this was a favorite remedy tells us that golden rod fetched a high price asa foreign herb until discovered growing near London when the plant was neglected He adds the caustic comment This verifieth our English proverb Far fetcht and dear bought is best for laclicsor for fantastical physi cians Before tobacco the golden rod also furnished snuff for our me dieval forefathers Westminster Gazette V f IMPECUNIOUS My dear I wish you would bring me The Holy City Good gracious love I cant even afford to buy Brighton CHEAP WEDDING BREAKFAST After making special arrangements with a restaurant proprietor to decorate a table with flowers and assign special waiters to it a bride groom who was married here recent ly who had said that a wedding party of 32 persons would order aft er they had seated themselves ap peared at the appointed time with the party and ordered coffee and cake for them which they tookone hour to consume After finishing their feast the hap py husband gave the much cha grined proprietor 320 and left Astoria Correspondence San Fran cisco Call HEIGHT OF CRIMINALS r Dr Charles Perrier says that criminals are for the most part of medium height Thieves he says he found to be almost exclusively of medium stature and beggars near ly always of medium or slightly un der that height It is seldom he says that a fully devel6f eoV beg gar nature can be found in a large frame Murderers on the other hand his observations prove to be above the average in size All the prisoners under punishment for ar son and for counterfeiting measured by him came under the head of small His observations were made in France TACT You l SlS tdt0 this hot horrid place shrilled Mrs Outsome arid Im sunburned till I look like an Apache Indian Not at IiI my love ajd Mr Outsome Your complexion isa clear beautiful light brown Thus did a soft fan sir as itwere turn away wrath RASHNESS The candidate for office Had open ly advocated honesty Naturally the managers of the machine were indignant 2 always said that fellow was no politician commented one and the rest agreed that the outlook wasdvb bious THE TROUBLE Lowe Comerdy Yes Starman the tragedian is hopelessly mad Hi TragedyOversmdy Lowe ComerdyNo hiss under study He made a bigger hit in the part than Stannan Philadelphia Press 45 J J i EARL IS BUILDING FORT Wants to Keep His Ferocious Dogs t i Safe From Thieves NEW YORK Oct 29 Ferdinand Pinney Eaile whose marital affairs have brought so much prominence to him has begun vork on a new building oubis place in Blooming Grove near MourOe N Y that strongly resembles a fortress the windows and doors being heavily barred while the entire structure is strongly huH Earle intends to use the place as a stable and insists tbafit has to be strongly built to keep bis horses and even his ferocious great Daner dogs safe from thieves Asa further againstorobbers he has posted large suns on his land warning all that tres pass thereon that they do So under toshot or torn by vicious dogs While Earle is taking these means to protect his property his more conservative neighbors are consider ing the formation of a law and or der society for the mutual protec tion of their possessions Last win ter eleven of the homes of summer residents were robbed and the horses and other stock of others were stolen PANAMA SAND ISSUE AFTER THE ELECTION WASHINGTON Oct 29Immed diately after the election Secretary Cprtelyou will announce his intention of issuing 50000000 Panama canal bonds The deficit in the Treasury is increasing at the rate of about 4000000 a month and the Secretary does not think the financial condition of the Govern ment warrants much longer delay in the matter of a bond issue The bonds will bear 3 per cent The proceeds are not needed for canal construction now but the dis parity between revenues and Gov ernment expenditure makes the is sue of bonds imperative PRINCE TRIES FLYING Takes a Trip in the Airship of Count Zeppelin- FRIEDRICHSEAFEN Oct 29 Count Zeppelins airship made an as cension yesterday morning with Prince Henry of Prussia and Capt Mischke as passengers The air ship started in the direction of Ue berlirigen to the northward of Lake Constance Coal Barges Fail to Start Gallipolis XX Qct V coal operators in the Great Kanawha river district for the second time within two weeks failed to start 1000000 bushels oj coal to the Cincinnati market owing to the rise from New river failing to make barge water in the Ohio river Steam was raised on the boats and crews hired at great expense Pittsburg river coal operators have not shipped any coal since May Over 1000 barges are loaded ready to start south valued at close to a million dollars Over 23000 idle barges are tied up between Piittsburg and Cincinnati Five Men Missing San Diega Gal Oct 1LArrange went were made at Fort Rosecrans to sent out a boat to look for four members of the Twentyeighth coast artillery and an army mechanic from San Francisco The five men left for the Coronado Islands Sunday morning on a fishing cruise expecting to return the same night They have not been seen since They carried food and water for only one day The men are Ccrj oral Reynolds and Privates Blanchard Wykoff and Crosby and Mechanic Hughes Englands Position London Oct 1fThe British goT ernment has issued in London and through the several British ambassadors abroad a formal denial that the rupture in negotiations between AustriaHungary and Turkey was due to Great Britains intervention together with a statement that any di rect arrangement satisfactory to Tur key would in the opinion of the Brit ish government smooth the way towards a general settlement Regulates Fortune Tellers Los Angeles Oct iThe council has passed an ordinance forbidding mediums fortune tellers and others to advertise to restore lost lovers find gold mines and do other things that some claim they are able to do by occult science The ordinance passed is a compromise agreed to by the state spiritualists association and a large number of medium and for tune tellers Passenger Train Derailed Omaha Neb Oct 1Rock Island passenger train No tf from Denver was derailed as it was entering this city by a broken switchbar which caused the engine to take one track while the rest of the train took anoth er No one was injured but the pas sengers were considerably shaken up and badly frightened Drys Win Three Counties Columbus 0 Oct 3 = Temper ance forces won three county option elections as follows Greene county dry by 750 21 saloons Williams county dry by 1726 19 saloons Trumbull county dry by 900 72 sa loons A total of 1045 saloons have been voted out under the new county option law to date Miles of Human Hair The average woman carries 50 miles of hair on her head NATURE KEEPS SCALES EVEN Provides Parasites Seemingly for the Purpose of Destroying Other rt Parasites 11 Tlhe department of agriculture fcultivates insects that destroy any 4 t and all crop parasites The polygnor his hiemalis can whip any Hessian fly ever born the tysyphlebus triciti is death on the green bug The green bug eats the other Which promptly lays its eggs inside its devourer The young eat their waY to the open air thus killing the green bug To one lone lady bug is due the destruction of the Sn Jose scale which did millions of dollars damage to the fruit trees of California When the pest had become a positive menace the department heard ofa species of bug in North China which was fatal to the scale A large number of the bugs were pro cured but all were dead except one when they reached this country This one insect was taken to Washington 1 and became a ward of the govern went She rewarded her keepers by laying about 5000 eggs Jn an in credibly short space of time slid had a flourishing family of several bil lions and the reign of the scale was overTan Norderis Magazine USE FOR EMPTY JAILS According to a floating news item there are several nice rooms in the county jail at Appomattox Va and owing to the scarcity of houses in the town a family has moved into and will occupy them as a residence Here is a suggestion for other coun ties where rime is falling off to such an extent that there are at all times a few vacant cells By making a few Icomfortabledoubtedly some one could be found who would be glad to secure them at a reasonable rental If the world is really growing better and crime is to be abolished we may as well pre pare to see our jails and peniten tiaries turned into comfortable apartment houses with all modern improvements and excellent janitor service No Lie Either Mrs McSwatBillinger how did you like the decorations at the church this morning Mr McSwatAll the decorations I could see Lobelia were worn by the young lady in front of me I liked the grand sweep of the brim the floral display and the general arrangement of the ribbons but I thought the dead bird looked out of place I I READ THE NEWS I If you want all the news o Winchester reade NeWS f I If you want all tHe news of Clark County read IeWs r i If you want all the news of the State and Nation read the News i f In short yoti mil find all the newsfas in anyL other daily in your home paper THE WINCHES TER NEWSl 1 f 4 CJ 1 t READ i THE r WINCHESTER NEWSINCORPORATED t t I 1 e f r I 7 is tT 0 ak oj II7 T IT7T 0 iT1- I w t c cV 4 u iITh it THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane ThreeC BIBLSSCAROEARTICLES- IN WESTERN MONTANA Slor lleverige and Railroad Conductor Finally Land One at the Torn of Hell Hate I I HELENA Mont Oct 29Thc efforts of Senator Alfred J Bever idge of Indiana to obtain a Bible in Western Montana on his recent tOur are most interesting That it is always the unexpected that hap pens was emphatically illustrrHted Tjy the incident in which the prin cipal actors were Senator Beveridge and Ike Harpster conductor of the Copper City local When Senator Beveridge left Butte he was breakfastless and it was notuntil he reached Ofarrisonmnd its luiick counter that he was able a to get even a cup of coffee With outa breakfast it is not easfor- a man to consider what he is doing to say to an audience that he knows will be waiting for him when he gets to the enct of his journey and it is not to be wondered at that the Sen ator did not give much tnought to his afternoon talk until he had ob tamed the coffee Whether it was the refreshing ef i 1 feet of the Garrison coffee that brought him to consideration of his talk for the afternoon or whether the coffee produced an effect that turned his thoughts to the he after Senator Beveridge does not say but what ever was the cause he be thought himself after leaving Garrison of his Bible It was in his trunk and his trunk was supposed to be in the baggage carbut it was notAt Butte the trunk had been check ed to Seattle and was not put on the local train but was held for the through train later It became nec es ray to find some other copy of the Bible and the search was instituted Conductor Harpster always obliging j wenj through the train and tried to locate a Bible somewhere on boarxl But there was none to be found Then the train reached Big Bend Harpster asked the agent there if he hada Bible The reply was emphat ically in the negative Harpster gave the signal and the train pulled on to Gold Creek At this station the agent said there had been a woman who had a Bible but her husband had been tranferred and she had left a few days before taking the Bible with her So there was noth ing doing at Gold Creek Hask llwas next Harpster swung off the train and walked confidently up to the young man who manipulates the key there Have you a Bible Wofs a Bible was the answer and the conductor fled fDrummond is the next station called the brakeman as the train slowedup at the dater tank and Harpster hiked They were very nice people at the Dmmmond station but they are short on Bibles There was not one in the whole bunch though everybody was frisked and the train pulled out J Statesman arid conductor by this time were pretty well discouraged There were somn references that Senator Beveridge wanted to look up and there was an earnest de i sire on the part of the conductor to satisfy the demand But it was hard sledding The case looked hopeless If there was no Bible in Gold Creek t and if there was none in Drummond and if Haskell and Big Bend had furnished nonethen where would a I Bible be found For is there was none there surely there would be none at Boar Mouth or Nimrodor Bonita And it would be too late at Clinton and Bonner But Harpster acute as he is had overlooked a bet As he reaasoned anahTiabithe walked to the station man and asked him if he had a Bible The man had And ltlke got it He took it to the train and gave it to Senator Beveridge who was profuse with his thanks Then Harpster asked him to lookout at the name Iofthe station The Senator looked It was Hell Gate HEALTH OFFICER ATTENTION To the Editor of The News yest n1ay morning about 7 a m a dog while leisurely strolling down Broadway decided to stop in front of Adams Express Office J iasl t Poor dog He used poor judgment and stopped witlpn two feet of the sewer which is just twelve feet from 1the front door of said office and keeled over dead T Will some one kindly tell us how t9hydeatli trap l k JrfrX l1IZE 6Jk i t lk4 r S iI 1 LIBERALS VICTORIOUS IN CANADA ELECTION TORONTO Out Oct 29The re suits of Tuesdays elections show that the L urier Government has been sustained with a majority of fifty with seven elections yet to be held All the ministers were re elected while seven of the oppositions chief lieutenants were beaten The result by provinces is Lib Conser Province erals vatives Ontario 39 47 Quebec 51 12 Vova Scotjai 11 7 New Brunswick 11 2 Prince Edward Island 3 1 Manitoba 4 6 Saskatchewan r 8 1 Alberta 4 3 British Columbia 1 3 Totals 132 82 Majority 50 The standing atI dissolution was 139 Liberals and seventyfive Con servatives a majority of sixtyfour FOX Walter Thomson and wife have re turned Saturday from the far Vest where they have bin since Febru ary He and his wife seem to have plenty of the West for sometime at least They are now at his fathers James H Thomson James Poor and sister Miss Ma randa visited their uncle Grant El kin at Ford from Saturday until Sunday evening- A crowd of young folks enjoyed a lively day at Pilot Knob last Thursday Among the many who en joyed the trip were Misses May Thomson Yetta Williams Rachel Morgan Sallie Hodgkin and Messrs Will Franklin Clay Hoskin George Quisenberry and others whose names we did not get Mr John Elkin and wife of Estill county are visiting relatives iii this neighborhoodand in Winchester Mr James T Elkin has a cherry tree that has been blooming for sev eral weeks and now it has from bloom up to ripe cherriesno little scrawn cherries but great big full meated cherries and if the frost would stay off would have a full crop on the tree- MrsRaclel Morgan and mss Sal lie Hodglan visited Mrs Ray Scott last week Clint Fox of Winchester isited his son Joe at Lexington Saturday and Sunday last Stock water and water for house hold purposes is very scarce here and if it wasnt for Esquire Wills big Jake the neighborhood would be in a bad ways for water but the Esquire is a good soul that he lets everybody drive their stock there as well as haul all they want away George Bailey and wife visited friends at Vienna last Saturday arid SundaySeveral from this neighborhood attended the Christian Science lecture by Judge Ewing at Winchester last Sunday evening Mrs Kirby Wills is contemplating a visit to Mississippi to see her sis ter some time in the near future Miss Nonna Fox is visiting relatives and friends in Missouri and will probably come home about Christ masThere is talk pf two weddings in this week in this neck of the woods in the near future guess who DEATH WARHIN TRUE NEW YORK Oct 29 William J Dalton a retired Sandy Hook pilot and the father of Amelia Boyle mat ron of the Fourth avenue police station Brooklyn was burned to death while tying to light a gas stove in his home at 359 Fortyfourth street Brooklyn yesterday Mrs Boyle who was on duty at the station house when she heard the fire ap paratus passing had a premonition that her home was burning and rushing there she directed the fire men to the room where she had left her father Mr Dalton was 73years old His body was fQund near the gas stove The house was only slightly damaged Mrs Boyle said that for fifteen minutes before the engine passed the station house she felt that her home would be burned arid she was preparing to go there at noon to see if everything was right Real Movers of the World After all it is tho impcaderables- tKai Wchea Qlectricfty- a6pTnGr2ie Iv Aiki QUOTES DECISIONS Which He says ShoW Taft Unfriendly to Labor Pittsburg Oct XV H R Fuller of Beaver Falls Pa national legislative representative of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Firemen and Trainmen has written a letter to President Roosevelt commenting oil the latters letter to P H Grace Mr Fuller says he is unable to under stan why Mr Grace should seek in formation regarding Judge Tafts attitude toward lub r from one whose influence he claims was used to bring about his nomination when Mr Tafts labor decisions have been dis cussed in the lodge rooms of the or der and commented upon in the magazines He accuses the president of having given only a portion of Mr Tafts labor record alleging that the most important features are conspicuous by their absence in the letter to Grace Mr Fuller then cites the case where Judge Taft in the United States circuit court for Southern Ohio declined the petition of the em ployes of the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific railroad that an or der cf the receiver reducing wages 10 per cent be rescinded and to his refusal to order the receiver to mod ify the wage scale so as to restore pay for overtime which had been taken away by the receiver He then quotes a number of decisions of other judges in federal courts wherein proposed wage reductions by receivers had been prohibited He also accuses Judge Taft of haying taken part in the appeal to congress for the suspension of the eight hour day on the Panama canal which resulted in its suspension as far as alien labor is concerned WITH RfD fIRE Republicans Will Bring New York Campaign to a Close New York OcttRegardless of atmospheric conditions the Republi can county organization has planned to make Fifth avenue outshine Broad way tonight Buildings from Fifty ninth street to Fifteenth street will be electrically lighted The Union and Union League clubs will be illu minated and flashlights from sky scrapers and steeples will help Inter spersed in the marching clubs from 35 assembly districts will be 50 bands of music Red fire will be burned all about the worth monument which will face the stand from which Sat urdays parade will be reviewed While tonight will not bA the last by several for meetings and rallies it will be Chairman Hitchcock said the climax of the campaign Would Reelecti Castro Willemstadt Oct lAccording to newspapers received here from Vene suela by the last mail there is already dn foot in that republic a movement on the partof the governmental party to bring about the election of President Castro to another term of office in 1911 when his present term expires There was a meeting of the municipal council of La Victoria at which a demand was voiced for the amending of article 127 of the con stitution in such a manner as would make it possible for Castro to con tinue in office Several other dis tricts have joined In a petition for ac tion along similar lines Rainbow Breaks Target Record Manila OctWhile the scores and figures of the cruiser and gunboat squadron made in target and battle practice which has just been concluded will not be made public until they arrive at the navy department at Washington it has been announced that all previous records have been broken The Rainbow led in the gun boat squadron exceeding all the scores made by the Wilmington the present holder of the trophy Drys Win First Point New Lexington 0 Oct VThe demurrer of the temperance people to the application of the liquor Interests to have the local option election in Perry county set aside has been sustained by Judge Hynus in probate court Briefs will be submitted by attorneys on both sides this week and the final decision in the case will come Nov Dayton Has New Aviator Dayton 0 Oct 1 Frank J Heinfelt made a successful flight of 1500 feet with an aeroplane mater ally different from that of the Wright brothers in that in this machine the single plane is used the Wright machine having double plane surfaces Akron Club Charges Conspiracy Akron 0 Oct 2The Akron baseball club began suit against the Ohio and Pennsylvania league asking for a judgment for 3000 and a re straining order to prevent President Morton paying out any money at the fall meeting at Pitts burg or thereafter The Erie Youngstown Canton East Liverpool Sharon McKeesport and Newcastle clubs are charged with enjtering into a conspiracy to breakup the league before the end of the season to the financial injury of the Akron club Secret Tariff Js Alleged New York Oct tJ That secret tariff rates which were not filed with the interstate commerce commission were issued by the Pennsylvania rail road company and that the Standard Oil company profited by the 11e g illegal rates was testifi Q in Rearing o the railroad phase ot edJ government suit to dissolve v tandard Oil corapany A p Birti j C jt H Lk7 Si HEARS FUNERAlBY PHONE Invalid WifeJistens to Eulogy Pro nounced Over Hus bands Body PITTSBURG Oct 29 Bedridden for years with paralysis Mrs James Mitchell Rinard wife of one of An drew Can gies junior partners and worth millions heard by telephone the funeral eulogy over the remains of her husband Rinard known to steel manufacturers as probably the most expert steel blower in the coun try had been killed by a flying bar of steel in the yards of the Edgar Thomson works at Braddftbk His wife tonvhom lie had paid un ceasing devotion since she became an invalid fifteen years ago is now believed to be dying as a result of the crushing news of her husbands death Three years ago Mrs Rinard lost the power of speech For a year she has been almost sightless Only through her eyelids has a method of communication with her been maintained by the members of her family They would say over the letters of the alphabet and she would signify the letter to be used by closing her eyelids Unlike other men who have made millions in steel Rinard spent every spare moment beside his wife And so when ehr grieving children told the mother of the death of their father they feared they had given bar a deathblow But MrsRinard silent inert spelled It is Gods will with hqr eyelids and then lay for hours with closed eyes Today with sight almost gone the wife gazed from a lifted couch upon her husbands face for the last time Then the body was borne away to the church a mile distant Mrs Rinard was placed in communication with the church through a device supplied by the telephone company and heard the eulogy pro nounced bythe Rev Joseph F Clok ey REV CYRUST BRADY QUITS TOLEDO PULPIT PreacherPlaywright Has Accepted a Call to Kansas City TOLEDO 0 Oct 29The Rev Cyrus Townsend Brady author Episcopal Church here has tendered his resignation because Trinity Church was not under the canon laws of the diocese and general con veil tion The pastor announced liewould accept the call of St George Epis copal Church Kansas City The resignation was caused by the parish being especially incorporated under the State law Mr Brady said the position of rector in such 3ase is so radically different from the position of rector under the anon law that he cannot continue longer in it The local limitations le declared were unknown to him t the time he accepted it JSPENDING IT INNEWYORK =Upton Sinclair the noted 3oung novelist said the other day ofa spendthrift poet He is a very witty fellow Re cently he became quite destitute In his garret in New York he lived for some weeks on bread and olive oil His friends talked of taking up a collection to send him to Canada where he had influential friends who would give him work- I reported this project to the young Bohemian but he scpffed- at it Who would emigrate to Cana da he said if he had the money to emigrate with tTO KEEP RAZORS IN SHAPE For the purpose of preventing rusting of small instruments the Lancet recommends a mixture of equal parts fof carbolic acid and olive oil smeared over the surface of the instruments This is much used oy medical officers in the navy polishanclmoist and warm the climate maybe For large instruments and tools boiled linseed may be recommended Wipe the metal witha cloth dipped in theoilandlet it dry WANTS LESS WORK t Hows your husband doing said the pale woman Bout the same answered the thin woman I Hasnt he got any regular work yet F Yes He said he felt the ncdof some steady oecuprion 89 be thoughtlledriLke it Iis business to iyhMl the clod J xJjd hersHck to It piliilCtBuL nowjicskick iirfoI4ui iii hhth Y clock tIa j t j 1 1 TRAVELED UP THE LADDER I Man Who Had Attained His Goal Rt veals to Others the Secret of His Success Around the stove in a grocery store in Penobscot county Me a group of the natives were discussing officeholdingin Well boys said one old chap I kin tell ye sumthin about it myself Ive had considerable ex perience in that line Mien I begun I wasnt much but yeve got to start sumwhere anye cant be too particular when youre only com mencin rWhen I begun twaVt hioren schoolagent but I took it an thankedem for itIi Well after that I kept risin an risin till I got to be third lecman Ieophiwon dered how 1 did it but it was mostly because I wasnt ashamed to begin away down at the foot of the Ladder an works upIllustrated Sunday Magazine UNFORTUNATE SNEEZE In Boston as every one knows the symphony concerts are viewed in the light of sacred ceremonials In this connection the story is told of two little girls ofa certain family who returned from the music hall in a state of mind One of them carried an expression of deep scorn the other an air of great de jectionIVhat is the matter girls asked some member of the household Was theJ concert fine The concert was all right responded Eleanor The trouble was with Mary She disgraced herself Disgraced herself Yes she sneezed in the middle of the symphony BLACK VELVET They were talking about mixed drinks Theres nothing remarked- one who looked as if he knew like black velvet Vhats that asked the others Champagne mixed with beer nd would you believe it though I have always desired to try it I have found it absolutely impossible to mix the two drinks They asked him gently what he meantWhy its this way he explained Whenever I buy a beer I havent the price of champagne andwhen ever I buy champagne I havent the price fa beer THE WISE HEN Emil Boas before the sailed for Hamburg to assume the director generalship of the HamburgAmeri can line was asked by a reporter to tellwhat changes and improvements in the great company ne proposed to make I have nothing to say said Mr Boas I desire to emulate the hen The hen in one respect is wise She doesnt cackle much until she has laid her egg But some people are always bragging and cackling about what they are going to do beforehand IN DOUBLE HARNESS JackSmith asked me to come to his home this evening Says hes going to celebrate his golden wed ding GlalysWhy hes been married only three years JackThats what I told him He said it seemed like 50 Meggen dorfer Blaetter DETERMINED TO WORRY Whatever you ito said the cheer citizen dont worry That sort of advice is nonsense answered Mr Sirus Barker How can a man help worrying when he lives under conditions whichrender him liable at any time to be drawn as a juror in an unwrittenlaw case LIFE SAVING A LA MODE The Victim Help Help Im drowning WouldBe Hero Courage my brave man Just wait until I get a rope a measuring rqda Carnegie application blank two witnesses and a notary publicBohemian Maga zinc SHOESTRINGS VS HEARTSTRING- steppedon my l1oestrings- she expiunctlus she rgh d herself Thats better rhe commenfetl than stepping on your heart strings It is other people said she whoft1ourl ij iigrfi4 ittj i 11 1 Archimedes- As a mechanician Archimedes pros verIburning glass with which latter novel weapon he is said to have set fire to the ships of an enemys fleet from a considerable distance The sto ry is probably fabulous but none the less interesting as exhibiting the faith the people in the man and as indi Iof the character of his pursuits As engineer Archimedes was looked upon as hardly less than a magician He produced catapults which threw enormous stones and heavy pikes at long range into the ranks of the enemy or into his ships and great derricks were built by him with which to lilt the attacking craft out of water or to upset it destroying all on board His proposed use of the lever meant the production of the inconceivable inven tions in machinery and engineering construction and his own estimate of its importance was expressed by the familiar quotation Give me whereon to stand and IwiII lift the nrthP Archimedes was the first and perhaps the most inventive and greatest of early engineers His lever still moves the world and his spirit Is inherited by generations of the men who have made modern civilization possible Cassiers Magazine Tho Turks and Raki Tkirks often get drunk They cheat their religion the dogs to do so saidva converted Constantlnopolitan Mohammed forbade wine to his followers but raki Is made of mastic gum It was unknown in Moham meds time or of course hed have forbidden it too for you can get fright fully drunk on it I know oh I know Its a white drink with a sweetish taste a good deal like gin A Turkish dinner Is mostly a vege tarian affair if you can call raki a vegetable It consists of such things as Inort a curdled milk spiced arid scented and bakalava cakes cooked In honey sprayed with rosewater and coated with saffron flavored whipped cream s With each course you drink rakL If getting drunk you get miserable the thing to do is to crush your glass in your hand so as to give yourself two or three cuts Unhappy Turks you must know express their wretch edness by cutting their hands Look at these scars Minneapolis Journal J Women In England In the seventeenth century when Englishwomen were still recognized as possessing an economic and political status side by side with Englishmen there was written an interesting entry in the church wardens accounts of St MartinsintheFlelds proving that one Elizabeth Bartlett was Intrusted with the casting of the second bell and that all the women employed thus were paid at the same rate as men for the same work Another instance Is to be found in the records of the Fleet prison of which the first female warden appointed In 1217 on the death of her husband Robert received the same sal ary as the said Robert had been ac customed to during his life There was no talk then of confining the woJ mans sphere to work that was paid badly Quieting Him Down A farmer sued a cattle dealer for damages in the local county courtfWhen 1 bought the bull said tlie complainant he told me it was gen tie and perfectly harmless a child could play with it in fact Half an hour after I got the animal home lie disabled a couple of my farm hands and then turned on me Perhaps the animal was excited by his strange surroundings syggested his honor Is he quiet enough now Well yes but you see Ah remarked the defendant then J my description was correct after all rwouldI Yes responded the plaintiff grim ly but you didnt tell me 1 should have to shoot the beggar to quiet him down Thats what I had todo London Scraps Malaprops The pious old lady who returning from a visit to the zoo announced that she always did enjoy a visit to the theological gardens and the servant who describing her masters last ill ness explained that the doctors held a consolation and found that It was something eternal have found are cent equal in the lady who observed dthat when she was In Italy she saw so many people In the garbage of monks with tonsils on their heads 1 Veterinaries Hippocrates the father of medlv cine wrote a treatise on the veterlna ry art but its true founder was Vege tlus who wrote De Ante Veterinaria 300 A D But the first attempt to Jel A vate the practice into a science was as j late as 1761 when France set the ex ample of establishing the first veteri j nary college at Lyons Exchange I Fl I Heavily Laden This play in its intensity said the gooutbetweentheacts young min j fairly takes my breath away I only wish it would gloomily reI i marked the lady In the next seat Baltimore American VI r Golden For Him BunkerI see by the papers that Ardupphas just celebrated h goIden wed ingWhJ he was only married V ycstel payHtinbYefJ but JMm VIrid tin hekae A Afi C I i fc t ANJ tj f r fff 0 a IT lii TT T2T r 1 mm j I 1 Paep Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS Iii WINCHESTER NEWS 1 An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co tt Incorpprated t Office South Main Street t Daily Except Sunday Entered at the Winchester Post Of flee as mail matter of the second class SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered bv carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance Qne year 300 Six months 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 THURSDAY OCTOBER 29 1908 T WINCHESTERS GROWTH V The census of 1880 gave this city 2200 population 1860 4003 1900 5964 In 1902 in the Congression r aIrace between the Hon John G White of this city and Hon rank Hopkins a total of 1157 votes were cast There has been a gradual increase qf the vote since then until this jeaY when the registration shows 3311 legally registered voters which is an increase of 133 over iast year and an increase of 660 over 1902 No census has been taken since V aflOO but the voting population as shown by the records has increased on an average of over one hundred a year Counting five of popula tion to each voter a rale that is generally accepted the increase in population since 1900 has beenover 4000 giving the city at the present time in round numbers 10000 pop ulation The city is in a circle extending threefourths of a mile from the center If the limits were extended onefourth of a mile further to in dude the population that properly belongs to the city there would be ov2000 additional increase Winchester in the ten years past jias grown faster than any city of itsclass in the State Part of this has been a natural growth of I course much has come from its ideal situation as the gateway to Eastern Kentucky But what really makes for Win chestersgrowth is the enterprise of its citizens They are all proud of their city and all are ready to put their shoulders to the wheel and do aught that may be necessary to up build the city Winchester is known from one end of the State to the other as uptodate If you talk to travelling men in Louisville Lex Virigton Owesboro or any place else f about the various Kentucky towns you will invariably be told that Winchester is the best town in the v State that it is growing faster than any other Its Commercial Club is held up as a model to far larger cities When x men have money to invest in new enterprises they look over the field here and when they do the Com mercial Club sees that they come here if it is possible to bring them xThis reputation means dollars and cents to our citizens It adds to the income of our merchants ItI makes the pioducts of our farms nore valuable 1Winc ester has added more man ufacturing plants in the last few years than has Lexington four times as large in population And as the development of the moun tains progresses we will add still faster LexingtonLadded to its population by taking in adjoining territory whicti really belonged to the city Winchester should do the same 4 We have about 2000 people on the outskirts that are part of the city They ought to be within our limits Small County In Small State 4 The smallest state in the union has the smallest county as welL Bristol county Rhode Island has only 25 square mlles At one place it is not iinpfe than two miles in breadth rt 1 k Y ef CASTRO READYI FOR BLOCKADE Asks Holland to Arbitrate Differences ALSO tOADS COAST GDNS Dictates Reply to Second Note From Netherlands While on Sick Bed and Suggests That Confidential Agent Be Sent to Venezuela With Au thority to Settle All Existing Diffi culties Answers Veiled Threat of Demonstration by Preparation Caracas Oct 9on Oct 12 the day of his patron saint Cipriano and while lying on a sick bed President Castro answered the second note from the Netherlands government which fixes the date of Nov 1 for the revocation of the transshipment de cree of May 14 It was not until the following day Oct 13 that Vene zuelas anxiouslyawaited reply was delivered into the hands of Baron Von Seckendorff the German minis ter who is in charge of Dutch in terestsDr Paul minister for foreign affairs closes his answer to Holland by saying that as an interruption of dip lomatic relations exists between the Netherlands government and Vene zuela and as the Venezuelan govern ment desires to arfive at an amicable arrangement he asks the government of Holland to send to Caracas a con fidential agent with powers and in structions to settle all the difficulties now existing The point of view of Venezuela as expressed in this answer is that not withstanding that the government of the Netherlands in last note admits the good grounds for the grievances presented by the Venezuelan govern ment it has not given the requested satisfaction which is necessary for the forgiveness of the offenses The Dutch government in its note limit ed itself merely to an offer to pay the material value of the consular shield destroyed by the Curacao mob Venezuelas answer expresses sur prise at and calls inexplicable the fact that the government of Holland after having admitted in its note the perfect right of Venezuela to issue the transshipment decree at the same time asks for its revocation and simultaneously makes the threat that it will no longer consider to be in force the protocol of 1894 unless said decree is revoked by Nov L The protocol signed at The Hague on Aug 20 1904 by the special commissioner of Venezuela General Gar cia and the Dutch government was for the purpose of reestablishing the relations of friendship between the two nations which had been severed for 19 years By it Venezuela agreed to drop all claims against Holland and Holland agreed to prevent con spiracy and filibustering expeditions Holland makes no further threat in her note but the fact that wo Dutch warships left Holland at the same time as the note and are now lying in the harbor of Curacao has been in terpreted here by the government and by the people to be a direct though mute threat that force will be used on Nov 1 to compel the revoca tion of the decree of May 14 President Castro has answered this threat by making all necessary naval and military preparations to meet any reasonable contingency and shells for the large coast defense guns on the La Guaira mountains were carried up to the guns last week Now everything is in readi ness in case Holland prefers to send the warships instead of the confiden tial agent asked for by Venezuela Needed In Indiana Columbus 0 Oct 29A man who gave his name as Curry was released from the local workhouse where he was serving out a fine in order that he might return to Indianapolis where his services are said to bi needed in getting out the vote at next Tuesdays election A man called at the institution and inquired what amount of cash was required to se cure the release of Curry He was informed that 1250 cash would cause the doors to open and In a few hours returned with the necessary lubricant and Curry who he claimed is a ward committeeman for one of the political parties took the first train bound for the Hoosier capital Pierce Announces Return Austin Tex Oct 29Henry Clay Pierce Is coming back to Texas to answer the Indictment returned against him in this county charging him with false swearing Governor Campbell was advised by Judge Bar clay of St Louis who represented the state at the hearing of Pierce that the St Louislan will leavetQr Texas and be here NOV 9 to stand trial Judge Barclay also says that Pierce said he would have come ear lier but his health prevent d it Pierce is now at his summer home in Massachusetts Lodge Makes Prediction New York Oct 29United States Senator Henry Cabot Lodg said at national Republican headquartent at he estimates the plurality which Taft and Sherman will receive in HIM chusetfs at 90 000 4iJ 1 i i REGISTRATION AT THE NEIGHBORING TOWNS Paris Shows a Total Registered Vote of 1586 Mt Sterling 95- 9Specil tj t to The News PARIS Ky Oct 29The total registration of Pearls isas follows Democrats ifi ec 906 Republicaiis 53tIndependents Total v 1586c iMt Sterling Special to The sews V J MT STERLING Ky Oct 29 The three days uppknenta1rts tration added to tha1of the regular day shows the following total reg istration for Mt Sterling Democrats 540 Republicans 386 Independents 33 s Total 959 STATE FIRE LOSS State Fire Marshal W F Nieldrk makes the following report of fire losses in State for the past year It shows a larger loss than the previous year The total amount of value of the property involved in fires was 6 514770 The total insurance there on was 3832557 and the total loss was 1107225 and the total loss to the insurance companies was 753 102There were altogether a total of 1579 fires of which 1047 were frame and 508 brick or stone and 24 buildings of other material Of the known causes of the fire defective flues wrought the greatest damage causing 240 fires while sparks from chimneys causing 149 fires was second There were more than 315 fires the cause of which are unknown CURTIS SAYS THAT HE WARNED MORSE Reads Letter Written to Promoter of Ice Trust New York Oct 29The apparent determination of Alfred H Curtis to exonerate himself of all blame respecting the banking transactions for which he and Charles W Morse are now undergoing trial in the United States district court here became more defined when under the prompt Ing of his attorney Mr Curtis produced a letter written by him under date of June 13 1907 and addressed to Morse In which he protested vigorously against the continuance of practices inaugurated by the latter which In Curtis opinion constituted grave menace to the stability of the Bank of North America The incident of the overdraft of 210000 by Morse previously testified to was made the subject of searching questions by the witness own attorney Mr Curtis related the coming of F Augustus Heinze to him with a request for a loan of 126000 and his refusal to grant the ac om modation Morse remonstrated with him saying unless we let them have the money they must gO to the wall Curtis stood firm however he said and retorted They can not have a cent of the banks money t they must fan they must fall Bdtto his amazement he testified a personal check of Charles W Morse for 126 000 drawn to the order of Heinze came through the next day The check had been honored the witness said although at the time Morse had a balance to his credit of only 3100 Escapes Death Penalty Manila Oct 29Private Michael Beecham of the First cavalry who ran amuck at Camp Stotzenburg last May and killed four of his companions was sentenced to life imprisonment by the trial court beforeSwhtch he appeared The court took the view that the crime was unpremeditated and the result of a sudden fit of anger Under the Spanish law therejfore the court held that the circumstances in the case did not warrant the infliction of the death penalty Beverldge Answers Questions Evansvllie Ind Oct 29 Senator Albeit J Bev ridg was bombarded with questions at several points dur- Ing the third days tour of his special train closing the Republican campaign in Indiana In reply to one of his numerous questioners he declared that L H Harriman was not support- Ing William H Taft for president In this campaign GOLD MEDAL FOR WRIGHTS LONDON Oct 29The British Aero Club has awarded its gqld melt Daytonachievements i t r y 1lt iA MGRATHIANA SALE LEXINGTON Ky Oct 29The second day of the McGrathina sale was even more successful than the first JA total of 142 head of brood mares and weanlings brought 27 720 hIs is ar average of a little over 15 as compared with an average of 21350 for the 97 head offered Tuesday But in Tuesdays sale were included the stallions which largely increased the average i or that day 239 Sell for 48420 y At the present time a total of 239 head have beun sold for 48420 which is an average of more than 202 per bead Nearly onehalf of the stock listed remains to be sold and as the total has already exceed ed by a considerable margin the amount which Colonel Young ex pressed himelf in advance as being satisfactory the sale is certain to be looked upon throughout the coun try as eminently successful in every particular HIDDEN IN NEW YORK Is Loot Taken From Cathedral of Limoges in France NEW YORK Oct 29The po lice of New York are quietly search ibg for some trace of the valuable loot taken from the Cathedral of Limoges France last May The French authorities have received secret information which leads them to believe that the articles stolen were shipp o the United States and are now probably hidden in New York- CUTTING OUT WOODLANDS MIDWAY Ky Oct 29Dr A J A Alexander of the Woodburn farm near this city is cutting out one of his beautiful woodlands on this noted estate and has contract ed to let Mr W H Mastin of this county have some of the walnut timber which he will cut and haul right from the stump The tress measure from twelve to thirty inches and he expects to get about 200000 feet from the woodland The best of it will be hewn by him for export while the smaller timber will be disposed of to local dealers These woodlands have be comeso dense wiith shade that they are to be cleared for the good of the grass BRANDS NOVITIATES LOS ANGELES Cal Oct 29 Despite the fact that fraternities are barred from the High School their existence has been learned through the branding and probable disfigurement for life of Edward Lusk and Frank Ritchey students at the Los Angeles High hool The boys were taken for initiation by members of the society and tied together with a wire Their hair was shorn and as a finality the boys were branded on the forehead with the Greek letters Kappa Delta The boys made no protest but the par ents took the case before the school authorities They say the lads will always bear the imprint of the let ters THREATENS EXPOSURE OWINGSVILE Ky Oct 29 Mrs Hick Kelly of near Sharps burg was arrested and jailed here yesterday charged with stealing corn This is the second time she has been arrested for this offense She was released from jail on the first charge ten days ago Mrs Kelly claims that she and seven wit nesses against her are night riders and threatens exposure if she is not released at one- SETTLES WAR CLAIMS PARIS Ky Oct 29Mrs Jesse Payne of Millersburg has just re ceived a big check from the United States government for horses taken from her husband as he was return ing from the Confederate army af terfoefoose ofthe Civil War TAKEN TO JACKSON JACKSON Ky Oct 29The body of Mr Taylor Lyttle who died at the St JoE phs Hospital Tuesday night as a result of blood poison was brought to Jackson over the Lexington and Eastern road yesterday afternoon foi interment POSTMASTER APPOINTED WASHINGTON Oct 29Lrfra Coleman has been appointed post master at Alka Pike county viceJ Lt Coleman r igneds 1 xsi ii- y fi l t fT t t I VIOLATED cONstITUTION Tennessee Troops Marched Across Kentucky Line Accidentally CAMP iMo SAMBURG Tenn Oct 29A lack of knowledge of the country was the cause of a violation of the Constihltiopof the United States yesterday by Capt Rogan Q S AM when he marched a body of armed men acioss the border into Kentucky searching for night rider suspects Capt Rogan was in command of a detachmerrt operat ing in the extreme northern portion of the State and after some hours marching found himself in the sister State The matter together with an explanation has been reported to the Governor of Ken tuckycTWO BROKEN ARMS Mrs Geo Allen and Sixyearold Child of Mr Charles Parsen Both Suffers Mishaps The sixyearold child of Mr Charles Parson who lives in the north end of Winchester while playing on the porch of his home Monday afternoon fell and broke his arm The family did not know it was broken and medical aid was not called in until Wednesday after noon and it is now feared that it will have to be amputated Mrs George Allen who lives near Becknerville about six miles from the city while out in her yard yes terday afternoon stumbled over a crosscut saw which some one had carelessly laid down fell and broke her right arm in two places f EDITOR ARRESTED By Mistake In Connection With Night Rider Outrages Camp Nemo Reelfoot Lake Tenn Oct 29 Within one week from the time the soldiers of Tennessee under personal direction of Governor M R Patterson spread their tents in the heart of the night rider district evi dence of the most convincing and damaging nature against the murderers of Captain Quentin Rankin has been unearthed Frank Ferriner has confessed and has implicated 10 or 12 men now in custody He gave names andJtis understood went into full detHs The total arrests since the troops arrived here is 85 and of this number it is alleged that half or onethird be long to the night riders band Major J Bright Horton leading a detachment of soldiers returned to camp having in charge James M Brice editor of the Troy News Banner Mr Brice was immediately or dered released as it was clear that a mistake had been made as Brice is not only a prominent and law abiding citizen of his town but one of the bestknown newspaper men in west Tennessseo Wright Gives First Lesson Lemans Octs 29 Wilbur Wright gave the first lesson in handling his aeroplane In accordance with his contract to Count De Lambert Three flights were made of 12 8 and Ib minutes respectively and they proved very successful Mr Wright had fitted a special lever on his machine which enabled him to control his pu pils movements and thus lessen the danger of accidents that might be likely to arise from inexperience At the end of his lesson Count De Lam bert said that the handling of the aeroplane was simplicity itself and he was confident that he would become proficient in a very short time THE MEAT OF IT Safeblowers secured 1600 in mon ey and stamps from the Gallipolis 0 postofflce The Ohio state board of health has established 300 stations for the die tribution of antitoxin to Indigent diphtheria patients Ohio traction lines during the year ending June 30 carried 97076387 passengers 87 of whom were killed and 1143 Injured Forty Yaquis are reported to have beei killed In a battle with Papago Indians near Altar state of Sonora Mexico J W Hutchison was married at Paris Ky to a widow and the next day when he sought to have the con tract annulled and was turned down he blew out his brains in a livery stableWilliam Montgomery cashier of the defunct Allegheny National bank was found guilty for the second time within a week of embezzling funds of the banki South Africa Becoming United Englands drream of a united South Africa is coming true The premiers of Cape Colony the Transvaal and the Orange River colony recently moved in their respective legislative assem blies the adoption of the resolution of the intercolonial customs and rail way conference calling for an early union under the British crown Natal is no whit behindhand and the reso lution of the conference specially re ferred to the inclusion of Rhodesia in the great South Africa state at a convenient opportunity I i jtf Y 4Ts I it t titi LABOR LEADERS Hope to Obtain Decision In Contempt itCase Befoi Election ot Washington Oct29To facilitate a quick decision before the general election in the contempt proceedings against President G mpers Vice President John Mitchell and Secre tary Morrison of the American Federation of Labor growing out of the alleged boycott of the Bucks Stove and Range company of St Louis i counsel for the labor leaders gave notice to the counsel for the Bucks company that they will adduce no further evidence in behalf of themselves and will submit the case on the evidence as already produced In view of their taking this position they submit to the court that they are entitled to an Immediate decision The case has been set for A further taking of testimony in this city today Mr Gompers and his associate leaders are anxious that the decision be reached and announced immedi ately Sale Proves a Success Lexington Ky Oct 29The second day of the 1IcGrathiana stud dis persal sale proved even more satis factory than the first One hundred and fortytwo brood mares and wean lings brought a total of 27720 an average of 195 Nearly onehalf of the list remains to be sold and already J the total received 48420 has exceeded the amount originally expected by Colonel Milton Young the owner Socialists Plan Demonstration Chicago Oct 29The Socialists have announced their plans for hold ing a big street demonstration in Chicago next Sunday afternoon The parade is to be in four divisions one of which will be composed entirely rof women and children Eugene V Debs Socialist candidate for presi dent is scheduled to arrive in Chi cago on his red special tonight EXPLAINS METHODS By Which Powder Trust Exterminated Its Business Rivals New York Oct 29How the Du pont Powder company cut prices in the south to put the Chattanooga Powder company out of business was brought out at the resumption here of hearings in the suit of the govern ment against the socalled powder trust F1 Waddell district sales- agent for the Sinnamahoning Powder company of Huntington W Va tes tified that he had instructions from Eugene Dupont to go down and cutout the Chattanooga company regardless iI of prices I located the trade supplied by the Chattanooga company said the witness by the aid of the railroads and took it away from themu Asked what was theor lowest price at which he was selling Mr Waddell replied that it was 79 cents a keg or approximately 3D cents below cost Trust Indorses Managers Corinth N Y Oct 29 Resolu tions commending the companys managers for the action they have taken during the employes strike and Instructing them to continue the present policy were adopted unani mously at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the International Pa per company Polish Private Schools Closed Warsaw Oct 29All the private Polish schools have been closed by the governors in retaliation for the almost daily attacks made upon Rus sian university students in the streets for several weeks past The Poles have appealed to the duma Bookwalter Contributes to Fund Chicago Oct 29The name of John W Bookwalter of Ohio appears in the list of contributors to the Dem ocratlc campaign fund 1500 being the amount of his donation JAPANESE SEALERS Are Caught Poaching by Russian Patrol Cruiser Victoria B C Oct 29The seizure of more raiding Japanese sealing schooners at the Russian sealing grounds in the North Pacific is re ported by the steamer Monteagle which has arrived from those waters The schooner Bosa Maru was Interrupted off the rookery at the Russian seal islands on her way home from the Bering sea Two boats with six men armed were on the beach The men were engaged in clubbing seals on the hauling grounds when the Russian patrol ship arrived and seized the schooner but in the fog the schooner escaped and the guards afterward found the six men who had been left on the rookery Another Japanese schooner was caught off Great Santal island by a Russian patrol cruiser The crew deserted the schooner and took refuge in the woods After a vain chase the Russians returned and burned th ship It was feared that the Japanese would be frozen and starved to death Eight Men Indicted Cincinnati 0 Oct 29The specialdgrand jury empaneled in the United p States court to examine into alleged Cincinnati bucket shops returned Indictments against eight men Those Indictments are Louis W Foster Arthur C Baldwin John M Scott Ed F Hell Walter J Campbell and John M Gorman of Foster 8a Co and Jotiiit S2 iLi l l f t r v f y f 0 t i 4 J I THE WINCHESTER NEWS isagtlye J QCIETY I In Honor of Guests Miss Pearl Haggard one of Win chesters most beautiful and pop iiTfir young ladies entertains with a six course dinner Thursday night in honor of Miss Edna Bronaugh of Nicholasville and Mr Estill Cleve land of Nicholasville The table will be decorated with white chrysanthe mums There will be at the table Miss Pearl Haggard Mr Estill Cleveland Miss Edna Bronaugh and Mr Ed Smith Miss Nancy Hodgkin and Mi James Phil lips v The Masquerade Come to the Auditorium Saturday evening about halfpast seven and see the eird wild and queer things running jumping and creeping around Some will go slow some will go fast and some will be in the happy medium Bring your Jacko lanterns tor things may be dark and strange might bring a candle and mirror if you care to for who knows Dame Fortune might favor you with a look into the face of your long lost love Stranger things than those have happened on Halloween for we might expect everything weird and strange Dont forget your dom inoes for they add to the weirdness Watch for aIgreen plaid gown There isa meeting of the officers and heads of the Committees ofT0 te ris Clubs of Kentucky in Lexington Thursday and Friday There will be no delegate from here Mrs Oliver Hadden left this morn ing for Mt Sterling to attend the reception given by Mr and Mrs Ru fus Hadden in honor of Mr and t Mrs Robert Hadden Ir Robert Hadden married Miss Viola Davis of Jackson Wednesday Mrs Had den was one of Jacksons most beau tiful and accomplished young ladies We congratulate Mr Hadden on win ning such a charming bride and wish them the liaPPmessb The Euchre Club Mrs Susan G Anderson enter tained the Euchre Club in her most Delightful and charming way Thursday afternoon at her beautiful home l on South Main street The hall was beautifully decorated in palms and ferns in hammered brass jardi niers The diningroom and library were charmingly decorated in yellow marigolds and chrysanthe mums The progressions were marched by Mrs Hampton Bush and Miss Pearl Haggard After the games an elegant lunch was served HospitalrMrs Nora Dunnigan was taken to Lexington Monday to the Good Sa maritan Hospital where a minor op eration was performed Wednesday She is getting along nicely today PERSONALS Mr Estill Cleveland will be the guest of Mr E Smith while in town t Watch your gates and all avail able loose articles for the goblins will get em Halloween if you dont watch out re1aEgirecovering from an attack of fever and her friends were indeed glad to see herout Wed nesday for the first time Mr and Mrs J L Tompkins of White Oak are visiting in town Mr Sam Ashbrook attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs Joe Boyd at Cynthiana Tuesday Mrs Seymour of Indiana is vis iting the family of Mr Scott Ren ick in the country Mrs Jesse Turney of Paris was in town Tuesday Mrs Reine Middleton has returned from Cincinnati where she has ben in the interest of Miss Rose Baldwins store Mrs John Clelland was in Lex ington Wednesday the guest of Mrs Prewitt Harris K1 f Ca NOTES Prof Spencer and Mr Grover Akin have returned from the Inter national Y M C A Bible Convention held at Columbus October 22 25 They report a large attendance and a very enthusiastic session Both made interesting to the College Y M C A Tuesday Zoning The result of this trip will be notic able in the renewed interest and ac tivity in the College Bible Classes fi The men of the literary societies are uptodate They have settled the political issues for all time to come and now are endeavoring to remodel the method of procedure in the courts Thursdays session calls for a mock trial with the following personnel Judge Joe Godbey Attorney for PlaintiffH P Car penter Attorney for DefendantMr Cropper SheriffMr Bowles PrisonerRev Mr Miller Charged with breaking into fellow students room with intent to steal The case has been carefully and almost brilliantly worked out and consists entirely of cirucmstantial evidence v A number of the local men will take in the Kentucky State and Se SatnrtuyProfessor present in the interest of local foot ball CHURCHES First Baptist Church Sunday 11 ain Dr Porter will deliver a discourse upon the sub ject The Origin and History of BaptistsIn evening 7p m he speaks upon The Persecution of the Bap tists and Their Struggles for Religious Liberty The public is invited to hear these addressesOn eighth of November a pro tracted meeting begins at the First Baptist ffhurch of this city The Rev J W Porter D D Pas tor First Baptist Church Lexington will do the preaching Everybody is invited to attend the meetings PRETTY RUN Mr Sylvester Kindred second son of Enoch Kindred and Miss Ada Bowen of Bowen station were married last Thursday at the resi dence of Will Harris on Buckner street at 1030 am and left for his home near here where a dinner was served in honor of the happy coupleBorn to John Grey and wife Oc tober 15tlv a son Holly Wither spoon Mr James Florence and family who have been visiting Mrs Grey have returned to their home in Madison county Enoch Kindred and family visited Mrs John Mann Sunday Oliver Mann and Tom Walling ford have returned home after a weeks visit to relatives in Cynthi anaPrayer meeting at the home of Mrs W O Florence on last Thurs rr Cut Glass at Cut Prices purchased use ec L ion a a bankrupt fl sale While in NeWLI York Mrs r Ella II Haggard c Y L i c jl 6 i r t 4 t iJ t CliftOn Rossj c SUIT INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN OF TASTEIv In our Suit section you will find on display a brilliant assort N meat of styles in all materials Weve planned carefully for this season and prepared to show a large variety ofdesigns in order that every woman will find just the style that best pleases her at theme price she wants to pay t t V COME AND SEE IF WE ARE NOT CHEAPER WITH THE SAME CLASS OF MERHANDISE THAN ANYONE ELSE A BIG SHOWING OF 2500 TAILORED SUITS A BIG SHOWING OF 2750 TAILORED SUITS A BIG SHOWING OF 3CKOO TAILORED SUITS A BIG SHOWING OF 4 it 3500 TAILORED SUITS OTHERS CHEAPEROTHERS MORE SUPERIOR We have not neglected our Waist stock Big shipment of taiHl need and dressy Net Waists just received 500 andup t at CLIFTON B ROSSSouth Main St Winchester Ky day afternoon Next Thursday at 3 p m the meeting will be with Mrs C C Mann All are cordially invitedBrother Akin of Wesleyan Col lege assisted Brother Martin pas tor of tins church on last Saturday night and Sunday j MOVED TO MADISON Mr Harry Crawford of this coun ty who suffered a stroke of parraly sis a few weeks ago was taken to the home of his daughter Mrs Mol lie Black in Madison county Thurs day morning He was taken in J A Hughes ambulance Mr Hughes and Dr I H Browne accompanied him DANGEROUSLY ILL Mr James W Watts better known as Uncle Jimmie is dangerously ill at his home on West Broadway of typhoid fever and his recovery is very doubtful Mr Watts has worked on one of the ice wagons of the Winchester Ice Company for a number of yearsIA Useful Kitchen Apron An apron of white marble oilcloth worn while washing clothes or dishes saves the wear of dresses a great deal The water cannot get through and it does not need any scrubbing Just a quick wipe with a cloth and it is clean and ready for the next time it is required HEALTH AND BEAUTY A half hour well spent upon the com plexion at night is worth two In the morningbf A good cure for brittle nails Is to soak them daily in sweet oil warmed to blood heat A tablespoonful of olive oil taken each day will aid the digestion and ease liver trouble The hair should be brushed thor oughly for about fifteen minutes every night before retiring Honey Is very nutritious and should personwhdWitch hazel Is excellent for the eyes but one should be sure the liqtild Is absolutely pure before using Cold water closes the pores 6t the skin and makes it firm A little sine gar or cologne added to the water also assists In hardening M you have dark hair and It seems to be coming out cut off a slice of lemon and rub it into your scalp It will stop that trouble promptly Epitaph for a Millionaire He owed no man He even paid for his friendships Life j fi r rJ t DRAG WOMEN FROM HOUSE OF COMMONS Suffragettes Chain Themselves to Grille in Gallery London Oct 29 Suffragette dis turbances have driven the govern ment to the unusual course of temporarily closing the strangers and ladies galleries in the house of com mons While the house was discuss ing the licensing bill a sensation was caused by the display of a placard and sudden shrill cries from the ladies gallery demanding votes for women while simultaneously a bundle of handbills fluttered down from the strangers gallery and a man shouted protests against injustice to womenAttendants hurried to the galleries and the male offender was unceremoniously ejected but from the ladies gallery sounds were heard of a des perate struggle Two suffragettes had firmly chained themselves to the grille and resisted for a time all efforts at removal crying continuously In shrill tones their demands for votes The scene was watched with amazement from the floor of the house but finally the suffragettes were dragged from their posts and removed but only after portions of the grille were removed with them About the same time a large body of suffragettes made a demonstration outside the parliament building and 15 of them were arrested The removal of the two militant suffragettes presented a comical scene to those in the corridors Both of the offenders wore laughing heartily when they were escorted by a posse of policemen one of the offi cers carrying that portion of the grille to which the women were chained They were conducted to a committee room and workmen were summoned to file off the iron from the chains which were securely pad locked around the womens waists It jras sound that the chains had been carefully gadded to prevent noise 1dtllibtrayaI when the suffra get dsii Centered the ladies gallery Cincinnati Republicans Parade Cincinnati OpQct 29Secretary thouImeetingiing of club Cincinnati Blaine club and oth ers Secretary Root was introduced by Robert Reynolds president of the Citizens Taft club He spoke on utlonal Jasues only I 1 tf 7p j t 1 I Y 1 r LOCKSIn order to make room for new stock coming in we will make some surprisingly Low Prices on Clocks For the Next Two Weeks C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician CRYSANTHEMUMS I have a fine cut of Crys tfanthemums this week Pink Yellow and White from one to three dollars per dozen same as you would have to pay from three to five dol lays per dozen for at other places I will ask you to call and see them whether you buy or not tL Ialso have Carnations and iF Roses at prices to suitti il SHEARER TheFlorist CLASSIFIED COLUMN t1ri A VERTISINGRATE s Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calendar month Nothing counted less than 20 booksforWANTEDTo rent eight room house gas and water Must be centrally located Address B this office123tWANT- EDGood secondhand mans saddle Apply this office rX 10 232t y od = 4 o f r tI t i1rJiWANTEDto do all kinds of sewing Ladies l shirt waists and childrens dress i making a specialty Call at 234 S if Highland street MRS 1019lmo J C rt1i WANTED Secondhand oldrfash ioned brass kettle Cheap d7J dress X News office 10126t t r WANTEDTally and dinner cards jI to paint For prticri1ars call No 208 Home phone or 315 College i street 10r29lJnD j 0 T l r ti 7 f ti j r f Page SixF 1 I u THE WIHCHESTER NEVisI = 7 f O 5 GfeCfOO 0 V Younger Set- B e ROBERT W CHAMBERS Author of The Fighting Chance Etc 1i + 5Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chambers I 0 0Oti oG Oti o 0 4 0 6 0 6 0GH e H H H H H H H fI did not come here to ask a favor of tout lap said coolly for that is out of the question Mr Ruthven But I came to tell you that Mr ErrolTs fam ily has forbidden him to continue his + gambling in this house and In your cjarnpany anywhere or at any time murmuredPRuthven passing his ringed fingers over his minutely shaven face that f tctof a boy hardened by the depravity of ages or VSo I mast request you continued Selwyn to refuse him the opportunity ottghmbiing here Will you do Ityol tnituilriNo i J y Tliun l shall use my judgment in thciraattcr VAnd what may your judgment in the matter bo a i I have not yet decided For one t tiling might enter a complaint with tile police that u boy Is being morally privategIlp that a threat Xo vr tupJnot threaten Ali druvkd lll1the1oil may do thenar ihf text time my wife spends apartmentjjrYon a voice mur low by surprise rQl ny I dont Very chivalrous of you quito proper for you to deny it 3fmimcr stammered Mr Ruthven like a gentleman but useless quite r useless So the less said about invoking the law thc better forsome peo pie Youll agree with me I dare say And now concerning your friend Ger ald Enoil I have not the slightest desire to see him play cards Whether or not he plays is a matter perfectly indifferent to me and you had better understand it But if you come here demanding that I arr nbge m bghost lists to suit you you are losing time Selwyn almost stunned at Ruthvens knowledge of the episode in his rooms had risen as he gave the man the lie direct Foran instant now as he stared at him there was murder in his eye Then the rtter hopeless helplessness of his position overwhelmed him as Euthveii with danger written all over hiI stood up his soft smooth thumbs hooked in the glittering sash of his kimono Scowl if you like he said backing away instinctively but still nervously impertinent and keep your distance If youve anything further to say to me write it Then growing bolder as Selwyn made no oSensire move Write to me he repeated with a venomous smirkHIts safer for you to figure as my correspondent than as my wifes corespondent Llet go of mer Wwhur the devil are you dddo ing For Selwyu had him fast one sinewy hand twistel in his silken collar hold- Ing him squirming at arms length Mrnurder stammered Mr Huth yen Xo said Selwyn not this time But be very very careful after this l And he lot Jiiin go with an involun vtary Shudder and wiped his hands on his hluidkerchief Ihithvea qtocd quite still and after a iriSjuent the livid terror died out in hisface and a flush spread oreritastrnnge dreadful shade curiously opaqueand he half turned dlzsilfc hands outstretched for self F tiupjjortr SisIvrVHi coolly watched him as he sanK on to the couch and sat huddled together and leaning forward his soft ringed lingers covering his empurpled face Chen Selwyn went away with a shrug of utter loathing but after he Jldgone and Ruthvens servants had itScin red him and summoned a physi cian heir master lay heavily amid his painted draperies and cushions his congested features set his eyes partly open and possessing sight but the Whites of tlfem had disappeared and tlieisW themselves save for the pu pilsV filledrwith blood t here was no doubt about it The doctorsOne and nIl knew their buss nets when they had so often cautioned vifr Ruthven to avoid suadon and ex cessjve emotions That night Selwyn wrote briefly to Mrs Ruthven Helspassed But In case he ntitthere fs one detail which you oughVto knowyour paidra that he will repeat the accusation and 1I Nthink there is no occasion for you to worry However It Is only proper that j 3 should Know this which is my only excuse forKritin saa a Jetteiithal xe J it Ir cures no acKnowieagment Berg tl fyI yours PHILIP To this letter she wrote an ctcitedI and somewhat incoherent reply and rr eading it in troubled surprise he began to recognize in It something of the strange illogical impulsive atti tude which had confronted him in the first weeks of his wedded life Here was the same minor undertone of unrest sounding ominously through every line the same illogical unhappy attitude which implied so much and said so little leaving him uneasy and disconcerted conscious of the vague recklessness and veiled reproach dragging him back from the present through the dead 1 years to confrbut- once more the pldjpain the old hewll ddrment at the hopeless misunder standing between them fChapter IS fl A had run up to town for a day from Sliver side and had telephoned 1ISelwyn to take her some where for luncheon She urged him to return with her Insisting that a week end at Silverside was what he needed to avert physical disintegration What Is there to keep you in town she demanded The children have been clamoring for you day and night and Eileen has been expecting a letter You promised to write her Phily Im gong to write to her he said impatiently Wait a moment Nina Dont speak of anything pleasant or- or intimate just now because because Ive got to bring up another matter something not vary pleasant to me or to you It is aboutAlixe You knew her in school years ajo You have al ways known her Yes You did Soil ever visit her stay at the Varians house Yes Inin her own home In Westches ter Yes There Wl a silence His eyes shifted- to his plate remained fixed as he said Then you knew herfather Yes Phil she said quietly I knew Mr Varian Was there anything anything un usual about himin those days Have you heard that for the first time asked his sister He looked up Yes What was It NinaShe became busy with her plate for awhile He sat rigid patient one hand restiug on his claret glass And pres 2ntly she said without meetintr his eyes i It was even farther backher grandparents oue of thorn She lifted her head slowly That is why it so deeply concerned us Phil when we heard of your marriage What concerned you j The chance of Inheritance the risk of the taint of transmitting It Her fathers erratic brilliancy became more fhan eccentricity before I knew him would have told you that had I dreamed tInt you ever could have thought of marrying Alixe Varian But how caald I lmow you would meet her out there in the orient It was yor cable to us was like a thunder bolt And when sheshe left you so suddenly Phil delrI feared the true reason the only possible reason that could he responsible for such an insane art Whnt was the truth about her fa ther he said doggedly He was ec centric Was he ever worse than that menitYon know this Alixe told me when we were school girls And for days she was haunted with the Pear of what might one day be her inheritance That is all I know Phil Ho nodded and for awhile made some r tense of eating but presently leaned back and looked at his sister out of dazed eyes Do you suppose he said heavily that she was not entirely responsible vhen when she went away I have wondered said Nina simply Austin believes it I cant believe it he said staring at vacancyhI refuse to And think ing of her last frightened and excited letter imploring an Interview with him and giving the startling reason What a scoundrel that fellow Ruthven is he said with a shudder That night he wrote to Alixe If Ruthven threatens you with divorce on such a ground he himself Is likely to be adjudged mentally unsound It was a brutal stupid threat nothing more and hs Insult to your fathers memory was more brutal stilL Dont be stampeded such threats Disprove them by byI calm self control under provocation prove them by your discretion and self confidence Give nobody a single posy ble reason for gossip And above all Alixe dont become worried and morbid rover anything you mighty dread as in heri tnnec for you are as sound today as you were when I first met you and you shall not doubt that you could ever be- nythingQh e Ea the womari you can y Jt I LJr Show the pluck and courage to make the very best out of life I have slowly learned to attempt it and it is not diffi cult UloU convince yourself that it car doneTd she answered the next day dangertreacheryunendurable I shall put an end to it in one way or another As for his threat Incident on my admitting that I did go to your room and defying him to dare be lieve evil of me for doing itI can laugh at It now though when I wrote you I mentallybroken andImind I know it I dont doubt it for one momentexcept at long intervals when apropos of nothing a faint sensation ofI dread comes creeping But I am sound I know It so absolute ly that I sometjmes wonder at my own perfect sanity and understanding and so clearly so faultlessly so precisely does my mind work thatand this I never told youI am often and often able to detect mental Inadequacy in many people around me the slightest deviation from the nor mal the least degree of mental instability And itr would amaze you too if I should tell you how many many people you know are in some degree more or less insne Hes only serenely disagreeable to me now and we see almost nothing of one another except over the card tables Ger ald has been winning rather heavily I am glad to say glad as long as I cannot prevent him from playing And yet I may be able to accomplish that yet in a roundabout way because the apple vis aged and hawk beaked Mr Neergard has apparently become my slavish creature quite infatuated And as soon as 1vo fastened on his collar and made sure that Rosamund cant unhook it Ill try to make him shut down on Geralds play Ing This for your sake Philbecause- you ask me and because you must ways stand for all that is upright and good and manly in my eyes Ah Phil what a fool I was And all all my own fault tool ALIXE This ended the sudden eruption of correspondence for he did not reply to this letter though in it he read enough to make him gravely uneasy and he fell once more into the habit of brood Ing from which both Boots Lansing and Eileen had almost weaned him Also he began to take long solitary walks In the park when not occupied in conferences with the representatives of the Lawn Nitro Powder works a company which had recently approached him In behalf of his unperfected explosive chaosite Lying back there In his desk chair one evening Selwyn suddenly remem bered that Gerald had come in Thij had scarcely seen one another slue that urihapy meeting In the Stuyv sant club and now remembering what he had written to Eileen he emerged with a start from his contented dream ing sobered by the prospect of seeking GeraldFor a moment or two he hesitated but he had said In his letter that ho was going to do it and now he rose looked around for his pipe found It filled and lighted it and throwing on his dressing gown went out into the corridor tying the tasseled cords around his waist as he walked His first knock remaining unanswer ed he knocked more sharply Then ho heard from within the muffled creak of a bed heavy steps across the floor The door opened with a jerk Gerald Gerald sat on the edge of the bed stood there eyes swollen hair in disorder and collar crushed and the white evening tie unknotted and dangling over his soiled short front Hello said Selwyn simply Slay I come inT Tpe boy passed his hand across his eyes as though confused by the light Then he turneU and walked back toward the bed still rubbing his eyes and sat down on the edge Solwyn closed the door and seated himself apparently not noticing Ger alds dishevelment Thought Id drop in fo a goodnight pipe he said quietly By the way Gerald Im going down to Silverside next weelc Nina has asked Boots too Couldnt you fir It to come along with us7 i dont know said the boy inalow voice Id like to Good business That will be fine What you and 1 need is a good stiff tramp across the moors or a gallop if you like Its great for mental cob webs and my brain is disgracefully unswcpt By i Jic way somebody said that youd joined the Siowitha club Yes said the boy listlessly Vell youll get some lively trout fishing there now Its only thirty miles from Silverside you know You can run over in the motor very easily Gerald nodded sitting silent his handsome head supported In both hands his eyes on the floor That something was very wrong with him appeared plainly enough but Selwyn touched to the heart and mis erably apprehensive dared not ques tion him unasked And so they sat there for awhile Selwyii making what conversation he could and at length Gerald turned and dragged himself across the bed drop ping his head back onthe disordered pillows Go on- he said Pm listening pleasantinconsequential motIonrless until watching him Selwyn saw his hand was trembling where it lay presentlytheTojvardigidnicht Selwyn rose auiet 4 f I 5y L 1IIpocketed it Then he walke to the bed and seated himself on the edge- Whats the trouble old man he asked coolly There vas no answer He placed his hand over Geralds The boys hand lay inert then quivered and closed on Selwyns convulsively Thats right said the elder man thats what Im here forto stand by when you hoist signals Go on The boy shook his head rind buried it deeper in the pillow Bad as that commented Selwyn quietly Well what of It Im stand Ing by I tell you Thats rlghtasGerald broke down his body quivering under tile spasm of soundless grief thats the safety valve working Good business Take your time It took a long time and Selwyn sat silent and motionless his whole arm numb from its position and Geralds crushing grasp And at last seeing that was the moment to speak he said Now jets fix up this matter Gerald Come on- Good heavens Hhow can it be ffixed Ill tell you when you tell me Its a money dIfficulty I suppose Isnt It PpartlyOh Case of honor Where Is this 1 O U that you save Its worse than that The the note Is paid Good GodI cant tell you You must Thats why Im here GeraldWell then II drew a check knowing that I had no funds If itlf1they return it marked I see What are the figures The boy stammered them out Sel wyns grave face grew graver still verybadcouldnt have seen Austin Id kill myself flrat said Gerald fiercelyNo you wouldnt do that Youre not that kind Keep perfectly cool Gerald because It is going to be fixed The method only remains to be decided upon- I cant lake your money stammered the boy I cant take a cent from you after what ISesaidthe beastly things Ive sail It isnt the things you say to me Gerald that matter Let me think a bit and dont worry Just lie quietly worryIngwith a little quiet reflection as to ways bearIngsfromonce more Gerald That Is all the re goingtoand your Cod In silence And fn silence and heavy dismay Selwyn confronted the sacrifice he must inahe to save the honor of the house of Erroll It meant more than temporary incon venience to himself It meant that he must go into the market and sell SQ curities which were partly his capital and from which came the modest in come that enabled him to live as he didThere was no other way unless he went to Austin But he dared not do thatdared not think what Austins action in the matter mIght be And he knew that if Gerald were ever driven Into hopeless exile with Austins knowledge of his disgrace rankling the boys utter ruin must result inevita blyYetyethow could he afford to do this unoccupied earning nothing be reft of his profession with only the chance In view that his chaosite might turn out stable enough to be market able now could he dare so strip him self Yet there was no other way It had to be done and done at oucethe very first thing in the morning before it became too late And at first in the bitter resentment of the necessity his impulse was to turn on Gerlld and bind him to goo conduct by every pledge the boy could rive At least there would be compen sation Yet with the thought came th clear conviction 6f Its futility The boy had brushed too close to dishono not to recognize it Andsif this were not a lifelong lesson to him no promises forced from him in his dire nee and distress no oaths no pledges could bind him No blame no admoni tion no scorn no contempt no reproach j could help him to see more clearly the pit of destruction than he could see now You need sleep Gerald he said quietly Dont worry Ill see that your check is not dishonored All you have to see to is yourself Good night my boy But Gerald could not speak and so Selwyn left him and walked slowly back to his own room where he seated himself at his desk grave absent eyed his unfilled pipe between his teeth And he sat there until he had bitten clean through the amber mouthpiece so that the brier bowl fell clattering to the floor By that time it was full pHethat evening when Selwyu and Lan slug came in to persuade him to go with them to Silverside Gerald was goneThey waited another day for him He did not appear And that night they left for Silverside without him jTo be coTitinijjvl i ANYTHINGLOST tound for sale for rentpJ ve4ise in the chisvriutl comma oflTaE N VVSr j 4 TAKE ON FINANCIAL VALUE Murdered Chfn men Made a Source of Revenue to Sorrowing Relatives A man for example kills another No policeman appears on the spot to investigate the case and to arrest the criminal neither does anyone dream ofapealing to the mandarin to interfere in it Something how ever important does take place A committee of the nearest friends of the dead man is appointed to take charge of the case and to wring as much blood money out of the mur derer or his family as loud Voiced ar guments and appeals to heaven and screamjpof the despairing widow will enable them to extract The mur dered man may have been an insignificant member of society but now that he is dead he is no longer so He has at once become a mightier force than ever he could have been when he was alive A dead Chinese is any day worth a score of living ones and any man of ordinary ambition ought to jump at the idea of being mur dered seeing the immense importance he at once assumes in the fam ily and the high financial value at which he is appraised Fortnightly Review VALUABLE RELIC SAVED S A deerskin parchment deedor in denture datedat Trenton N J August 20 1768 was found in the waste brought to a Hartford Conn paper mill recently and has now been placed in the Connecticutstate library at the capitol By the in denture Andrew Reed and Charles Pellit assignees transferrednine acres of land to Hezekiah Howell The story of the parchments travels to the waste heap is unhnown It came with tons of other scrap tied up in bags for paper stock After the bags had been opened and the contents scattered about for sorting the deerskin was picked up and eventually reached the state library The writing is very plain and dig tinct The deed is recorded in the secretarys office at Burlington N J THE DRESS PROBLEM Miss Marie Cahifl is waging war on the Salome danceshe it was also who some years ago fought against tights Miss Cahill discussing the Sal ome question the other day said The tiling is revolutionary It undoes the work of civilization It throws us back on barbarism I overheard the other day a young man and woman in a restau rantThe girl after describing a new gown she had bought said warmly Theresno use talking a wom an to be really good looking must be well dressed The young man chuckled Oh I dont know said he How about the Venus de Milo or SoandSo in Salome LIKE A POTATO V Sunday afternoon I overheard Mary and Bert discussing the morn ings Sunday school lesson Bert who has all faith in his sis ters superior knowledge eagerly in quired Mary what does God look likeI was surprised at Marys prompt and solemn reply Bert God looks like a potato Upon asking the child where she had received such an impression she replied Why you said God has eyes on all sides and a potato is the only thing I know of that has eyes on allsidesThe Delineator SWEET CHARITY Modern Philantiropist1fy wor thy friend here is a 10 bill which I will give you Beggar unnerved with joyiGod bless y rPGive you on January 1 next on the condition that you raise a thousand more between now and thatjime Puck ALL ON HIM4f Town Yes he certainly ia in hard luck himelfTowne Of course thats the big gest part of his hard luck AIRY PERSIFLAGE Sltysthatin the coldvair BenhaiiiPIf you dbp there wont be so much hot r air Harpers Weekly f ft 4 I 4 Capital tooooa Undivided Profits i6ooo0 THE Winchester Bank OP WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON veediuer- W I R SPHRR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR ACCOilNTSHA GAS AND Englnes SIMPLE RELIABLE 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HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHYI Remember that h hgrade fotografs and portraits make appropriate Xmas presents Place your orders with EARP Th6 Artist now and avoid the rush during holiday Ramsey Transfer Co 1 Hauling of All Kinds Furniture Moving a Specialty tHOME PHONE r z i t THE WINCHESTER NEWS tS Pa tIe laVM V J MilHary Ianteen J of at Posts HOMERI J the abolition oi the in tie mierfcsrs oi I believe prohibition Iiaof the post exchange from 6 to 20 beer was sold in little restriction to such sale Since in the Philippines tfaine New Jersey Oh the Potomac and in Boston lnrbor with complete restrictions as to sale of beer or any intoxicating liquor I have always found about the same average amount of drunkenness among the men increased perhaps by the fact that the inability of a soldier to get his glass of beer at his own post exchange often induces men or the friends of the men tp smuggle poor whisky in quantity into the company quarters a practice causing more indiscipline and trouble than any I know It is hard to check It shows results without warning There is no law for its severe punishment A fine of 5 or less is all that can be im posed on a man legally for intoxicating liquor into the bar racks andthat has no racltice upsets all law ando r causes men who drink promotes drunken rows riots quarrels fights affrays pet ty thefts disrespect to superiors and disobedience of orders and general unrest and discontent Liquor in quarters is a great disorganizer and is a less frequent source of trouble at a military post where beer is sold at the post exchanges as the inducement to break the rules is less WI believe an ideal army post would be one where no ona drank Jeer or intoxicating liquor and where those articles were unknown Unfortu nately we dont get that class of men always as soldiers Whisky is an efficient recruiting sergeant We have men who enlist who have riot in their blood who crave indulgence in drink at times and therefore cannot t keep a steady job They give good service and high grade work often They lapse now and then take their punishment and then take up the bur den of life again These men are born with a love for strong drinkand they will have it Thou shalt not does not deter them The canteen saved many of them from a prolonged absence from duty Is ttie Soul Immortal By SIR OLIVER LODGE Effect Army introducing No really existing thing perishes but only changes its form Physicalscience teaches this clearly enough concerning matter and energy the two great entities withwhich it has to do And there is no likelihood of any great modification in this teaching believe that the soul is one of the really existing things and that consequently it cannot perish There are in the uni verse two kinds of values namely material values and spiritual values A piece of coal for example is a material and burned appears to have ceased to exist Yet the particles of long fossilized wood are not destroyed they enter into the atmosphere as gaseous constituents and the longlockedup solar energy is released from its potential form and appears once more as light and heat This burning of the piece of coal is compared to a kind ofresurrection ALight and heat were temporarily imprisoned in the earthly cage but even- tuallY returned to their prime source Though the piece of coal has dis appeared there is no discounting its existence in another form which shall probably aimJ at some future date go through an analogous process Who can cavil their at its material value and who shall say that its essence is not immortal since it released on being burned constituents that are scientifically shown to be imperishable If moreover you accept Ernst Haeckels dictum that the most infinitesimally minute particles of matter have a relative amount of consciousness then you must admit that the space between he palpably material and the impalpably existentthe mind for exampledoes not appear to be whollyunbridgeable Nothing of any value can be lost in the scheme of the universe Therefore is it not a sensible reasoning that the soul is immortal Scientists will tell us that everything in Gods creation after being put to its initial use will again be found in another form doing work in the same strength that it possessed before Therefore with scientific reasoning to backup this belief it any wonder that the question has set the scientific world to wondering and has found many believers among men who pro fens to possess brains which can arrive anyatt sort of phenomenon a notable instance of the reasoning that nothing in creation is lost The bad oxygen which passes from human and animal lungs is again found doing work in fertilizing plant life There are a thousand other arguments in this line hardlyless convincing but to enumerate I even a few of them would take volumes volumes for the subject itself is one of the mysteries of mankind which still remain to be solved Bring Children Up to t Work i By THEODORE ROOSEVELT President of the United Stales Its- Abolition us J I value when is Take upon My ideal of a boyis one who will grow up and be able to support himself and a wife and children Toe fit to be an Ameri can citizen he has got to preserve his self respect and conduct himself so as to wrong no one Fathers need the most preaching Frequently the mothers who have had hard lives take the unwise course in attempting to benefit their daughters by bringing them up free from hard knocks Next to hard iress of heart the next least desirable quality is softness of head and the mother or father should not try to bring up their child in that way You dont get the right stuff out of those children for the next war or you dont get decent citizens when there isnt any war Bring them up to work so that tk y snail recognize an o tcletil not something to 1 ihirked bUtt he overcome- I lWHAT COLORS ZL t theiWhen one lights a common sulphur match in the dark It Is worth while to enotice what happens First Its phos phorus gives out faint yellow rays and almost at the same time the sul phur begins to burn with bluish beamsAs the flame yields little light In a moment or two the wood of the match takes fire and then a stream of clear white light pours forth Each of the materials of the matchits phosphorus sulphur and wood has shone in burning with a color of its own Jn a street lighted by electricity and gas the eye detects at once the dif ference between the white rays of the one and the yellow beams of the other If nitrate of strontia is set on fire we have a splendid red flame Filings of copper burn with a glow of greenish blue anda fine pure blue is had when filings of zinc are Ignited These and other such substances furnish the makerof fireworks with his materials Rockets roman candles and bombs all derive their beauty from the special tints which attend the combustion of their ingredients And anyone who has once seen the colors peculiar to common salt iron or antimony as they trace themselves on the evening sky will always know what is aflame when he sees those colors again Sir 3obn Herschel was the first to understand that colors of this kind tell a wonderful story fie will knew how the stars varied in tintthat Al debaran was ruddy Arcturus yellow and SirIus the most glorious of all white Might not the colors of a body aflame whether on earth or In the sky really be telling us of what that body was composed His suggestipu was taken up and its fruit is that marvel of ingenuity the spectroscope One of its principal parts is a prism employed to break up the hues These hues which are di vided by many dark lines make known to us that the sun and stars are built of such materials as compose our own more they tell us what kind of atmosphere surrounds them and most astonishing of all give us the rate at which a remote star is moving toward or from the tiny orb we inhabit New York Herald NEW YORK WAITERS They Spoiled the Appetite of the Transplanted Citizen These New York waiters have got on my nerves said a transplanted citizen from a smaller town Dining in the magnificent hotels and restau rants would be a Joy if some one would kindly remove the waiters while you bigihead in Florida There are so many waiters standing around all in black and they look so big and get their faces or their hands BO close to you and your dinner that you feel like throwing the china at them When your waiter has disappeared a smaller edition keeps right after you filling your glass removing dishes giv lookIme is the way the waiter orders your dinner for you One took me in band the other night and I let him have his way just to see what be would do to me I hate fish but he averred that fish was the best thing I could eat and one particular dish was the chefs mas terpiece He brought it and ye gods it was fish all greasy with a dope made of cheese and mushrooms that about finished me but fortunately he only let me take two bites when he whisked my plate away and set down a salad that had several kinds of fruit laced to lettuce leaves with strips of red and green peppers and French dress ing over that I barely looked at that when he took It away in triumph and gave me an ice cream thick with chestnuts and fruits Now I dine on rare roast beef plain lettuce and never take dessert so you see how near be came to suiting me Come again sir said he Not If Im conscious said INew York Times Blue Drinks Champagne is golden said a bar tender beer Is amber claret Is red cream of mint is green whisky is brown punches are white but you will never never find a drink that is blue Doesnt the thought of a blue drink seem unpleasant to you Blue drinks could be easily made but the i public would have none of them Nothing blue would go down with the public Why Is this aversion to blue so general Many reasons lave been advanced but none of them is good One Is that blue being the color of poison bottles Incites distaste and horrorNew York Press Even the Hash Embarrassed in the fashionable res taurant by the menus written in French the Wall street man of busi ness exclaimed Hang these fronds entrements and bors doeuvresl Bring me a plate of good plain hash if youve got such a thing on the premises You mean an olla podrida sir said the waiter fna tone of dignified reproach And afterward Cincin nati Enquirer Perhaps He Was One pupil whispered to the next Our teacher Is a regular duffer The professor who had Just put a question to the class thought the boy was framing a reply and said Come my lad speak up Perhaps you are rightsPathfinder i PIES OF THIRST IN- CALIIORHIA DESERT LOS ANGELES Oct 29Dyinga of thirst inH desert west of Death Valley B F Pratta prospector of the Grapevine district whose body was found in the Argus mountains by another miner left the record of his sufferings on the pages of a diary found by his side Pratt after being warned that the trip Was a dangerous one started for Mojave and for several days suc ceeded in finding water He finally entered a region entirely destitute moistureland lost his way Here the pages of the diary contain entries fast becoming illegible that read as follows No water today Must get over the next range to find my trail back Things ahead look bad Cant inT water now foi two days Am about all in Will beable to to hold out through tomorrow I cant stand the pace Have left my grub and blankets Am going blind with this sun and head ache lips tend tougue are cracked and bleeding Must get water to day or Ill cash in This is the last legible entry al though Pratt had previously fore seen his fate and left a request that notification of his death be sent to his brothers CLARK MONUMENT PADUCAH Ky Oct 29The dedication of the George Rogers Clark monument at Fort Massac at Metropolis Ill twelve miles below Paducah will take place Thursday November 5 It will probably be the day in the history of- Metropolis A special car carrying Gov Deneen Secretary of State Rose members of the State Daugh ters of the American Revolution and many otherprominent citizens will arrive at Metropolis at 10 a m Members of the local Daughters of the American Revolution and a large number of Paducahans will attend The old French fort is the most famous on the Ohio river MRS STEVENS REELECTED DENVER Col Oct 29Mrs Lil lian M N Stevens of Portland Me yesterday was unanimously re elected President of the National Womens Christian Temperance Union I You Cannot Answer These Questions 1 1 Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every 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 of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River x 4r Why have a dry dismal 100k hueoit filled with green grass told blooming flowers arid can at the same time get rid of the dustin the streetS5Why suffer other incon veniences when YOU cnn have everything for the comfort and healthof your family right in the house 1 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but lack of economy and euterpiise and indifference f to getting the most oil of life C F AtTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Eve ue will tell you all about itYoull be surprised at bow inexpensive these privileges are cu 9 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL S1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number of9ur I 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 BCOCKRELL Vice President 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 andfhay are from the choicest crops raised Prices no higher than you will pay elsewhere TheWINNMARTINCOALSSUPPLYCO INCORPORATED r JOB PRINTING IA Out facilities ate the best in East k AT ern Kentucky for turning out high i I tf class Job Work at reasonable pri t- S j ces1 V 10 Lawyers briefs and all kinds bookwork promptly and accurate M ly attended to f Give us a call and let us do j T r some work for you I rt1 Winchester NeJf5iINCORPORATED WINCHESiTER KV L i f fTi r ri SSt i f 1tx1r n k j it == q7 I I I r r If f t J I i Itn r d d THE WINCHESTER NEWS I Ij f I f Dont Suffer witH Indigestion t and pelf rill cssary doctors bill by allowing yourself and family tEttirnpure foods vyheri the best can be had at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for your inspection 1 I Fancy Prunes 12 l2cr15c and 20c per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c aSd 20c par lb Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb 0 rY We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimore andre eive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL J Soleaqi1ts for Ferndel Pure Foods Cnse Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices Lard an Red Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bells Flowers MARRiED ONE DAY KILLS HIMSELF THE NEXT Harriscn Ccunty Man Ends Life on Finding He- Cannot Annul Marriage CYNTHISNA Ky Oct 29Will Hutch iiibou aged 52 years commit ted suicide in the undertaking establishment of Frisbie Smith here yesteiday aftcriioon at 2 oclock by shooting himself through the heart dying almost instantly f Mr Hutchiiisori was in Paris Tues day and secured a license to marry Mrs Nan Swinford of this town 1andreturned here this morning NcteFcurd in His Pocket A note foutfd jn his pocket gives the reason for his suicide My trou bles are more than 1 can and asked that he be buried beside his wife in the cemetery Mr HilfchinBon was a farmer of the Ccnuersviile neighborhood whero until the death of his wife he lived and worked r STORY OFHE MARRIAGE PARIS Ky Oct 29 Married Tuesday tcryMrs Nannie C Swinford of CvnthiaKaXJ W Hutchion came icie toclatjo consult with attorneys ior the pijncsc of dissolving the inatiinorTIiti Mr Hjijgjhlnson anti Mrs Swinr fid cnino ijOte Tuesday afternoon A uiajiiitovneenfterwai obtained They went torth waiting room of the oojdn nh eii11e on Bank Ilov vcfe Ka Rev M T Clmud rP tM slRtlhrf t Church per ji ril tiar6Smtsny 1itennws a w911todo Hay istn cfitfarnqr He claimed lh rdput nil cf yesterday at th frvo f 1Q it yuford who was PiV iibsptablc and that ill the arI cs indjhrrd in d inking and that htr tht enl wis issued and the- ei CIfl U Jeifoim d he was so jeMly vj5I ir the influence of liquor iptle did lt now what he was oiiiff HivIIutehiu on described his otuiu tiu to dynthiana and said tint when u jjJTOKe this morning his ff 1Ilfg wht he was oing efnd Iam goilig n get c1e riddssinghiini rlj iuir tr ip ferPris too n Kc jd flc suit for eliI f i t IS 8llNm MD HER nAU tl IITtOQ ARE BETTER i Victim cRiway Ace tent cf ifGut cfanger jl rI The many fiieuds of the DoTeri iinily will be pleased to lcm n that MiSi BoYTd6ivahd her wo daughters L 3kHsses WilJllY1idNannie who were in the runaway wreck which occiir red Monday afternoon on the Paris pike in wliicK liv W C Shafer was f killed and the three women painf fully cut and bruised are now out of danger and are doing as wella could be expjEcted It is reported ait the residfifipe Thursday that all rested well during the night and seemed much improved The fthIT aees through the columns ot The News to publicly thank thdwho rendered assistance at the tin eof the accident andalso to thank those of tbeir friends who have been soldndince the day of the accident H TEAM ENGINE HAS r r BEEN INSTALLED 1 Surley Tobacco Society Adds Im iZ to Plant to Aid nti ii Prizing Tobacco J PI = A steam engine has been installetl BurlcyfTobacco putJtinnf the dry weather work on prizing lie tobacco hhsbeen greatly delayed nd this process of putting the tpi Nicco in condition is being done so1 that work on prizing mayccintiiiue1 i IITHE MARKETS I IINCINNATI CATTLE MARKET IS STEADY CINCINNATI 0 Oct 28Re ceipts and shipments of live stock at he GiuvjrinHti Union Stockyard to day were Receipts 921 5820 856 Shipments 155 1674 30 Cattle Steadv shippers 450a 550 butcher steers extra 475 485 gqod to choice 425465 common to fair 34 heifers extra 425435 good to choice 325 115 common to fair 23 cows ixtra 3754 good to choice 3 J65 common to fair lq275 can heis 12 bulls stronger bolognas f3350 extra 360 fat bulls 325 5365 much cows good steadv medium dud common weak Calves Active and 25c higher extra jS fair to good 625775 commoh and large 3750 Hcgs Opened steady closing 5c lower and slow light shippers and pigs lOc lower good to choice pack TS and butchers 580590 one oad heavy at 585 mixed packers 75580 stairs 3475 common to choice heavy fat sows 37557 j15 light shippers 4355 pigs 11100 lbs and less 32ofo 430 Sheep Steady extra 365375 Toed to choice 3360 common to r fair 1250300 Lambs Steady at yesterdays late i lvance extra 560565 good to hpice 5550 common to fair 5375485 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Oct 2SCnttleIe- ceipts 24000 Market weak to lOc lower Beeves 315750 Texans 3005585istoekers CQWS and heifers 150525 calve 600800 Hogs Receipts about lowerIHOO heavy 530600 rought 15 5305550 good to choice heavy 550600 pigs 325490 bull of sales 555585 SheepRc eeipts about 20000 Market steadv Native 260475 western 260a huilbsIWHEAT IS DEPRESSED tBY WEATHER REPORT r CHICAGO Oct 28 Favorable ivpnither for the fallrsown crop of lleat ii this country had a depress ipg effect today on the local wheat market prices at the close being V ryUJjtQ c lower Range of Futures Tile leauing futures ranged as fol lows WHEAT Open High Dec a 00 1 ooy- sa03May 1 03 July V 9S 98 Low Close Dec 99g 990 May 1 02 1 02 Tuly 97 98 CORN Open High Dec 635s 6Ro 6311lJuly v 62 62Y2 Low Close Dec 63y3 03 May 6201 63V8 Juyl G2 6212 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the Sest made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal 1012tf t KILLS WIFE AND HIMSELF JMDGEWOOD HEIGHTS L I- Oct29George Obach shot his tchershopIIwife will probably die No cause for the tragedy has been learned HOT FOOTBALL GAME WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON High School and K W C Preps Play Fast and Exciting Contest The young giants of the two preparatory schools the City High School apF K4W C Prep played a fast and exciting game of football on the College Athletic Field Wed nesday afternoon The game ended unsatisfactorily because of an injury to Quarterback Wasserboehr- No one being present who could take his place the conclusion of the game was pc tponed It will be playedoff after the next game of the series between these two teams Capt Duty for Prep won the toss and chose to defend the uphill goal Wilcott kicked off for High School Kelly received ball on ten yard line and returned it to twenty feet where he was downed The Preps thc carried the ball down the field by a series of line bucks and two prettilly executed forward passes to High School five yard line when High School held for downs and got the ball They in their turn kicked arid prep fumbled Then High School hot play after play through prep intil they reached the preps three yard linc It was first down and goal to make Prep blocked two clays through their line and before the third could be put in motion Prof Bosley called time with ball oi one yard line The Second Half Second half High School defended up hill goal Prep tried a couple of forward passes and aided by a fum ble landed on the High Schools fm yard line and on the second clown Duty went over for a tonchdoyr He failed to kick a goal Score Prep 5 H S 0 After play was resumed the H f School Quarterback was bin the game was called It was af to wards learned that Wassabhoer had broken a bone in his wrist The lineup was as follows High School Prep Bruce L E Jackson Ramsey L T Candl Haggard 14G Taylor Thomas f QStrotheiEdmonds IL G Clark Hodgkin JR T R Ferris Ford Jl E KTaylorWassobher 2 Duty Captain Owen R II B S Johns Capt Hammond L H B Kelly Day Willcot F B Hayes Time of halves 15 and 7 minutes Timekeepers Prof Boslejf and Prof Lewis Lineman Crapster Umpires Williams Referee Dalgety- IEITHER v SIDE SCORES IN THE BEREARICKMOND GAME RICHMOND Ky Oct 29T1i first big football game played here his season was fought out between a team from Berea and the local High choo1 The game was a good one and after hard struggling it end ed in a tie 0 to 0 The forward pas was used with effect by the Berea men while straight football was played by the High School team POLICE COURT j The trial of George Bbone und Hub Munday iwho wore arrcstedj Wednesday for engaging in n shoot ins affray was postponed from Wed nesday night untlr Thursday night on account of the absence of sony witnesses MARRIAGE LICENSE Marriage license was issued YCS terday afteynon to Mr Ennis Pence of Montgomery county and Mist Dora Brages of this county GUESTS AT HOTELS tBrownPrcctoria D L Day Mt Sterling c B j eWiham Louisville VaLB W Cook Atlanta Ga W Vandarort New York H T Wise New York L A Durell Louisville H D Frisby Cynthiana G w Edgar Cincinnati C L Carter Lexington Ky R B Thomas Georgetown Ky iv P Reed Mt Sterling Ky G M Sharp and wife Lexington Ky A Universal Workingman I believe in a spade and an acre of good ground Whoso cuts a straight path to his own living by the help of God i nthe sun and rain and sprouting grain seems to me a universal working man He solves the problem ot life not for one but for all men of sound bodY Emerson J i HEADLESS MAN NAMED NOBLE Is Thought to be One of the Noble Family From Breathitt County The Cincinnati Enquirer has been full of stories ofclues about the unidentified headless man found near Covington last Saturday night and who had a hat bearing the imprint of Vic Bloomfield Now the Lexing ton Herald seemingly establishes his identity It publishes the following story this morning There is a Lexington end to the finding of the headless body in the hills back of Covington that is just now absorbing the interests of the peonle of the three cities on the banks of the Ohio river The body has been identified as that of one of the family of Nobles of Jackson Ky his first name not ascertained and it seems to have been very clearly established that the last man seen in his company was Farris Simpson a barber who until some fivG or six weeks ago was employed in the shop of Charles Reed er on East Main street near viaduct Simpson according to his wife who was interviewed at the home of her uncle John R Martin 156 Shreve avenue last night is now emploved in a barber shop at Har rodsburg and is boarding with Mrs Graves in that city IMrs Simpson Discusses Case Mrs Simpson was not aware that Noble was dead until informed by the reporter Ido not know Nobles first name but he was from Jackson and was a cousin of Jake Noble of Jackson said Mrs Simpson I first saw him about six weeks ago He came into Reeders shop and got a shave one norningMr Simpson shaved him and virile he was in the chair he said he had seived four years in the ar mv and had some money and would like to invest it in a barber shop if lie could find the right man to run the shop for him There was fur ther talk along this line and my hus land accepted a proposition from him to open a shop in Georgetown Made Trip to Cincinnati Two or three days later they went to Georgetown and picked out a place then went on to Cincinnati where an outfit was purchasedof the Barber Supply Comnany in Nobles name In the meantime Noble had told my husband that he had killed a mar and a woman in the mountains and that he was afraid he might be ar rested That he said was the reas on he left Jackson He said that by going into business at Georgetown he could lay quietly and not be pick ed up by the officers After the supplies had been pur chased in Cincinnati Noble suddenly disappeared My husband thinking that he might have returned to Georgetown tent there He had not been seen We came here and Mr Simpson got the job in Harrodsburg SundaycI did not like it there and cam iback here about a week Mr Simpson was here Sundayto spend the day and went back to Harrods burg 14lie finding of Nobles body is news to me and I presume it will be to my husband for we were under the impression that he had become afraid to stay in Kentucky and had gone off to the army again I suspect now that he figured that he would be caught for the murder in the mountains and just went out into the hills down there and committed suicide FIRE AT WAREHOUSE At four oclock this morning the fire department was called to A S Gays warehouse on North Main street For a few minutes it seemed as though the whole building would be destroyed but the fire was extinguished with small lossJ which was covered by insurance The fire started from a hot jour nal and rapidly spread through the building Milk to Remove Stains Scalding hot milk will remove stains from linen and cotton more effectively than boiling water HAMPTON fralffit frEOBTO Cuiie THE Clark County National Bank MAIN STREET I Winchtete Itcntask Capital 2OQOQO Surplus lOOjOOO UndtvidedProf1t3Ocor MTOrganixed 1865 being the oldest ank in thetjItT Collections made oaall polata and your ac oonxytLsoUclted 9i AUDITORIUM HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE Saturday Night OCTOBER 31st Prize for most graceful skater and best masqued couple now on exhibition in Baldwin Biros window Unique costume S5 skate book most comical makeup 5 skate book Seven Lap Race Between MonKey and Coon CHILDRENS Masquerade Saturday Afternoon from 2 to 5 p m So skate book for best masqued girl under 15 for best mas qued boy So skate book Election Returns at Rink Tuesday Night Nov 3rd Skating Until 10 p m Returns until 1 p m Admission 25c 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 ofSeats Opens Friday at MartinCooK Drug Store ElectionReturns AT THE Opera House O- NTuesday Night from 8 oclock until the result is known the management will give full election returns There will be a direct wire on operatorin Admission 25c Gallery lOc Both Need Seasoning Holmes Knowledge and timber shouldnt be much used till they are seasoned TRAIN SCHEDULE tf t Passenger trains leave Winchesters follows fa 0 O EAST BOUND V No 26 DailyEx Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 11 57 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 925pm O O WEST BOUXD No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m plNoL N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 a m No 33 Daily H 59 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 p m No 31 Daily 1109pm- L N NORTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 71H a m No 82 Daily 250 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m- No4 Daily 8l3a m L tE WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 9120 m- No3 Daily 520 pm Lexington Eastern Ry Co Time Card In Effect June 21 1903 f EASTIOUNDflI7 iHr jv Leilngtou 225 PM 7saA W1nchcthr3t5 1a L E Junction 320 6 Clay City350 92 JeCamptonNatural Bridge 435 9 Torrent 44i BiattyvIlIoJuuctiou 5iO i7Athol fi17 11It OKJunctlun 605 Jackson 110 IllU No1 05 WEST BOUNDDaltr DanSun PM AZv 700OAthol 640 252 730 754Torrent826Campton8MCl8yCitl934WinchesterArLexington95S 605 i025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY- L A E JunctionTraIns Not and 3 will niikj connection with the G O Ry for Mt sterling am pton JunctionTrains Sos I 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Cezitral Ry for CamptonKyBtattyville and 4 will coniiectitii with thj L A Kail way for Beauty ville Ky O A K Junction Trains Nos 8 and 4 Will ton ircc with the 0 K lUilway for CuqelCity Ky and way stations J K BAKK General Manager HAH SCOTT O P A l7lf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT JOLJEJTS Aticrneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEfl1SON r Attorney At Law 60 S Main S WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUiK BUSH Attorneys At Laiv 60 S Main St Winches ioj Ky DR W C WORTIilKGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to 3 lNew51 N Main St Winchester Ky Now Is the Time As this is an off year we are not over run with work Although we are able to furnish our help 10 hours work a day e ery day in the week We wish you would bring your work to us now while we can easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves and customers Do not wait until times get good and we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work The above is especially directed to the Agricul turalist and is applicable to Manufacturers who are waiting for the good times that are sure to come soon after the holidays Do not put it off because it is small We do not like small jobs when we are busy You know liow that is yourself Remember you do not have to go to Cincinnati or ouisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Wood or Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel WhiteMetalWe are agents for Structural Steelof all shapes I arid sizes s Eagle Casting Cof 1INCORPORATED FGCORNELL Gen9 Manager l