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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1ie jALL THE NEWS 1ALL THO WORLD r t r WMr Mrtivl VOL 1 17 KY FRIDAY 30 19C8 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK U B WISEMAN IS CAP JURED Farmer is Taken Near Torrent J h Reward of 50 Was Offer By State Word was received here Fridav af 5iernoon that Henry B Wiseman the farmer who it is alleged criminally assaulted his 15yearold stepdaugh r ter near this city about three weeks ago was arrested near Torrent last night The arrest was made by oflicei Ballard assisted by J W Tipton special police for the L E Rail way Wiseman was asleep at the time the officers went into the house and w the hand cuffs were put on him be fore he was awakened Wiseman is said to be a bad man and trouble was expected when an attempt was made to place under arrest but he submitted without the slightest resistance ff tVSreward of 50 for bis arrest n few 1vs ego He will be brought to this city Friday afternoon on the 520 train MR T GROOM WINCHESTER Old Clark County Man Spends a Few 7 rDays With Friends Here Mr Harry T Groom of Groom TexaSj formerly oT this county is 71 spending a few lays with his friends latesjJB B Groom who was at one time owner of the famous Vinewood plane pri the Mt Sterling pike near this J citjy and who wf s one of the largest shorthorn cattle breeders and im v porters in the world During the time that Mr Groom was the owner of Vinewood place h v conducted a sale of shorthorn cat tie that lis said to he the igrreatest sale that has ever taken place in this country 225 head of cattle were sold in two days averaging 1500 per head and one heifer calf four months old was sold for 7500 which has never as yet been equalled Mr Groom will leave Friday night J for St Louis to visit his aunt Mrs W B Moore formerly of this cone tv who is dangerously ill NEW WATER WORKS Our water works are now a cet taihty Last Saturday afternoon the pumping station was connected up and the pumps started and all the mains that have been laid in the = city were filled with water for the first time The residence is not yet completed p but the work of excavating is about V5completed and only remain to be concreted to finish the workThe Mountain Advocate 4 4 I y6 I iL i 1k ii FOR THE JJPBUjLblNG OF WNCHESTBRteLARK COUNTY AND EASTERN TllEr WINCHFSTFRT NEweF NO WINCHESTER OCTOBER 1 11ed HARRY VISITS KENTUCKY FOOTBALL GIF ON FOR MONDAY Kentucky Wesleyan and Georgetown Will IayFast Game Expected vw The run of hard luck experienced by the Kentucky Wesleyan football team seems to be at an end A game next Monday is certain and a game that is important from every standpoint It is important because it is the first intercollegiate game of the local college year and because it will enable football enthusiasts to draw a line 011 the relative strength of Kentucky Wesleyan and other Kentucky college teams Not to be discouraged by all the misfortune of the year Manager Foskett persevered until he has se cured the game scheduled with Georgetown University at George town November 2 for the local field and Monday afternoon will see the two teams lined up against each other Because the College field is not regulation size the game will be played at Garners Park This will be a game well worth witnessing The rest that the local men have had has simply put new life in to them and they are playing cleaner harder and better football than at any time this season They are handicapped by au injury to Craps ter but he may be able to play a part ofthe game Aside from this every man is in good shape and anxious for the Boniest The line of the local team is un usually strung from end to end and the backfield is doing strong consistent work as well At present Wil liams is running the team and get ting gcod work from the men The finds of the season have been in the development of the Hunt boysi Although new to the game this year they are playing their positions at Center and Guard with all the strength and skill of much older players Cockrell at the other guard completes a strong center trio with Sousley and Cropper as good substitutes if needed Boles and Caudle at the tackles can be reliea upon to make holes or stop plays Boles is a good consistent ground gainer and from leis po sition gets into every play Atkin and Taylor will hold down the ends and both are reliable either for de fensive work running with the ball or the handling of forward passes Stone is good for either end and will undoubtedly be in the game Williams as stated is playing a good game at Quarter back He knows how to work the men and uses his head every minute For halfbacks Captain Godbey and Crapster or Taylor will be In the game They are fast and with Nor r Full Election Returns A- SpecialEditionI of 3he Winchester News- 5 I t will be issu Wednesday morning i f November 4th and will be delivered t r d to the homes of Winchester by 6 A M and on the rural routes of 1G Clark county 4 Full returns of the Nation State and District given I I = 1 o J1 i 0 1 i f t JACK CUTLER A HARVARD STAR Cutler candidate for quarterback on the Harvard football team is from Andover and played a first class game last season He is swift at running back punts and uses excellent generalship in giving the signals to the team ris at Full make a strong smooth running machine This game will be played rib mat ter what the weather The spirit that the men have shown in staying with the game despite the recent ac tion of the Board marks them as be ing men of the right sort aSd ss men who deserve every encourage ment that the friends ofthe town and vicinity can show Come to the game Root for the home team and see them give a good account of themselves Two thirty minute halves will be played T r iw + ft CAPTAIN WINN IS- VISITING HIS FATHER Has Just Passed His Examination at Fortress Monroe and Received Promotion Captain and Mrs C D Winn are visiting Captain Wiims father Mr W P Winn for a day or two Capt Winn is on his way back from Fort ress Monroe where he has just pass ed the examination required when an officer is promoted from Lieutenant to Winn is an officer of the Coast Artillery and is at present stationed at Joplin Missouri on recruit ing duty Captain and Mrs Winn leave Saturday for Joplin CYNTHIANA AND PARIS TIE Neither Able to Score in Football Game on the Paris Athejtic Clubs Field PARIS Ky Oct 30The Paris Athletic Club football team played Cynthiana on the local grounds yes terday afternoon and when time was called at the end of the second half the score stod 0 to 0 COLORED PRESBYTERY FRANKFORT Ky Oct 30The Kentucky Presbyterian Synod yes terday took favorable action upon the request of the colored ministers and authorized the establishment of a colored Presbytery within the Syn od The churches at Danville Camp Nelson Campbellsville Louisville and Bowling Green will form the colored Presbytery and it is expected that others will be taken in soon BALLOTS ARRIVE The blank ballots for this county to be used at the coming election havearrived and will be distributed to the various voting precincts Sat urday Tlisballot boxes are all now in the Bounty Clerks office andwili als6b Saturday NEW MASONIC LODGE The Masrmie Lodge room at Elkin this county destroyed by fire some weeks ago will be rebuilt in the early part of next spring The new biliiditwill be at mach nicer nwl more uptcTdate than the old uric 7 1 PROMiNENT FARMER IS BADLY UQ Arch Prewitt of Montgomery Has Shoulder and Collar Bone Broken Mt Sterling Ky Oct 30Arch Prewitt a prominent farmer of Judy fell from his wagon today anti sus tamed serious injuries The wheels of they heavily loaned wagon ran over his side breaking the shoulder and collar bone ainT1 otherwise bruis ing him Hc is hurt though not fatally injured REGISTRATION OF 1908 f Shows a Slight Decrease as Compar ed With That ot1907 MAYSVILLE hY Oct 30Tli supplemental registration increased the total this year to 1605 and comparing this years registration with the total registration in 1907 it stands as follows 1908 1907 DemocratsV 655 Republicans 676 697 All others 239 260 Total jia05 1612 The Democrats increased their registration 45 over Mist year the Republicans Jds Indcqpendents fall short 21 In Wednes days registratioti the Democrats re ceived 18 Republicans 4 and Inde pendents 7V MGRATHIANA SALE LEXINGTON Ky Oct 30Tlle beautiful Hanover mare Ora Bailey was the star of the third day of the McGrathiana dispersal sale Indeed the price paid for her 2COQis more than twice as much as has been paid for any other brood mare during the sale mid is within four hundred dollars of the amount given for the stallion Cesarion which tops the list 122Head Sell For 25590 In all 122 head of McGrathiaua stock were sold on yesterday for a totalof 25590 This brings the amount of the three days sale to 74010 for 361 head an average of 205 each It was found that the catalogue could not ppssibly be com trtEastoninabout one hundred hea lwould be earned over to Friday DEED IS COMPLETED LEXINGTON ICy Oct 30 Trustees of the Good Samaritan Hospital received 13500 from the 111Eastcally consummated yesterday The roperty will change hands January 1 and the M E Church colored of the United Stateswill use the old hospital for a manuaFtr aihingscTiool for tHe dnr IYO1thof Lexington 1 1 MORSE HOES ON WITNESSSTAND Springs From Chair as Name is CallI ed Nervous burin9V Ordeal i New York Oct 30 Charles W Morse who with Alfred It Curtis former president of the National Bank of North America is on trial In the criminal branch ot the United States circuit court on a charge of conspiracy and violation of the na thestcndInAll during the tedious days of trial Mr Morse has sat inside the railing nervously awaiting the moment when it would become necessary for him to take the witness chair and under go the ordeal of crossexamination that he knew was in store for him sprangfromtled looked inquiringly at his coun sel and when the latter nodded his head affirmatively the financier hurried to the witness stand beside Judge Houghs bench and moved about restlessly in his seat while the lawyers were framing questions to ask himSIn a voice so low as to be inaudible to the jury Mr Mon gave his birth place as Bath Me said he had grad uated from Bodoin college and that on coming to New York he engaged in the shipping and later the ice busi ness After these preliminary interrogations the lawyers for me government volleyed questions at Mr Morse so rapidly that the financiers voice failed him when he endeavored to answer themVVMr Morse said he was not a salaried officer of the bank and knew nothing of the legal exactions cover ing national banking The financier then told of forming the acquaintance of Mr Curtis and Wire I had confidence in them and used iriy influence to have them made president and cashier of the banksaid Mr heknewof bookkeeping and admitted that he saw the bariHs loan sheets only a few times each year My secretary Kate A Wilson and my former secretary Arthur Braun attended to my personal and private affairs said the witness Miss Wil son kept by bank account straight Mr Morses counsel then asked a number of questions regarding the connection of her Morse with the American Ice company Mr Morse said that he had been connected with that company since its formation in 1898 or 1899 The company was then paying dividends witness testi fled and dealt principally in natural Ice A difference in the demand came in 1902 he said and artificial ice was all the market wanted That effected a change in the business of the coin pany As this line of questioning was con tinued it finally led up to the point of the loans made to John F Carroll by the National Bank of North Amer ica amounting to 135000 at one timeIn explaining the Carroll loans he said they were secured by 40000 shares of ice stock Mr Morse told of a plan to buy half of the Carroll stock at 30 a share and give the bank the profit cl the deal Then he purchased 4000 shares of ice stock he said at 40 a share for Mrs Gel shenen What becams of the profit of 10 a sham 1 asked Mr Morses lawyer cor gavr it to the bank answered the financi r Tho naps made to Leslie Whiting the 19yearold clerk in a brokers office were then taken up and Mr Morse said that the first loan of 80 000 to the youth was made at his Mr Morses request andwas an accommodation borrow Mr Morse told of how the loan made to Whiting had been used to take up 2000 shares of Carroll ice stock The second Whiting loan of 69000 was secured by 2000 shares of Ice stock being onehalf of the Carroll stock he Mr Morse had purchased Thirtyfive Suspects Released Camp Nemo Reelfoot Lake Tenn Oct 30The day was a quiet one with the military camp here No detachments went out In search of night rider suspects or witnesses end but one prisoner was brought in t7 the civil officers Governor Patterson had a number of suspects and witnesses before him among them Frank Ferriner who made a confes sion Wednesday night Ferriner Is let under eo e guard and it is believed he will escape severe punish ment because of raving turned states evidence but nothing has been promised him The weeding out of prisoners has begun whoAhave been able to give satisfactory accounts of themselves were re leaseda 4 h F l fWEATHER Y JWith t4I Frosts Tonight l HONORS EVEN tr AT SYRACUSE lVVr v CrowdsStanding Room Sign Out Syracuse N Y Oct 30T this city fell the distinction of entertain ing the two men most prominent in public interest To applauding thou sands William H Taft and William J Bryan expounded respectively Re publican and Democratic doctrines I Mr Taft spoke at two meetings and Mr Bryan at four At each occasion i the warning standing rOOm only was displayed long before the hor cf the meeting and before thesbls men arrived standing room was at turrlled r andIt IThe Taft and Bryan specials artat the station at almost thet same moment and to the credit of the citys hospitally be it said thatVV t the expressions of welcome were pretty evenly divided Both candi dates were met by local leaders and entertained at dinner Mr Bryan left his car upon arrival and shook hands with many on the platform Mr Taft improved the opportunity to rest for a little while after his car had come to standstill Mr Taft spoke at the Alhambra convention hall and at Turn hall Previous to the meeting there was a Republican parade the line including the Syracuse Republican escort the Old Boys Lincoln and Fremont club the ConklIn Unconditional Marching Club of Utica and the Taft and Sher man Marching Club of Auburn byIDunne His first address was at the x city hall this being followed by speeches at the Wieting opera house Empire hall and before the Modern Woodmen of America who entertainV ed Mr Bryan While here as an added compll r went both of the distinguished guests were initiated into the Myi tique Krewe of Kanoono TAFT HITS AT ROOTS Of What He Terms the Fallacies of Democratic Party Syracuse N Y Oct 30 Republi can cheers have sounded in the wake of the Taft train which visited Ly SenecaSThe climax was reached in this city with a big pa rade two meetings and an overflow furnishing audiences of thousands which Judge Taft addressed There has been no lack of auditors and enthusiastic demonstrations wherever the Ohioan has tarried Despite the heavy campaigning required of him in Greater New York he showed little effect of the strain He has hit at the roots of what he considers Democratic fallacies in every speech and has been free in expressing his optimism as to what the result will be next Tuesday Governor Hughes has ben commended in strong Ian guage likewise the remainder of the New York state ticket and the vice presidential candidate Judge Taft r had the rival attraction of Mr Bryan whose special car was in the station when the Taft train arrived BRYAN INVADES OHIO V After Making Speaking Tour of theV Empire State Syracuse N Y Oct 30 Having VV delivered in this city his last speech of the campaign In the Empire state L William J Bryan today is making another Invasion of Ohio the home of his Republican opponentrA feature In connection with Mr Bryans arrival here was his initla tion in his private car into the order of the Mystique Krewe of iCa noono a Syracuse boosters club According to the rules of the club he J was given the Indian name of Heap Big Talk Papoose of the Platte which interpreted means The Boy Orator of the Platte Before board lug his car the candidate expressed himself as well pleased with his ro ception here as well aswith the other welcomes received during his Sda-ys tour of the state rW r Find Corpse In Sack i Detroit Mich Oct 30Th at f most nude body of an unknown nan f 35 or 40 years old was found iri a f tsack bound with ropes antSa driving rein in Laphams lane In Springwells township The mans throat was cut from ear to ear There was a bullet hole In one tempTo and the back of his head bas cruphed in Apparently he bad lean dead three weeks heabody was partially concealed by il V1 quantity of straw that had evidentlY Y been placed thereto hide it T- 2s Jl ryt j 9 Tw iijXED1TORA M1TS HlS fFEN SE1i AGAINST WINCHESTER J jJJi fIct lsIto Garner Says That He Once Made An Assault With An Attempt 5 tpEr aleuotry Newspaper o 4 it7i To the Editor of The Winchester 1 rNews FIn answer to your repeated request that I should write of my experience r as a newspaper man am regretful bthat it has not been forgotten Wh not let the dead past bury it l dead f Itis impossible for me to make a confession without indirectly implicating my partner I have en deavored to make an atonement for i the infliction of that publication o F this community by refraining fro 5 writing anything since J Gone to Another City iXy partner has removed to a other city is anauthor of some rep utation in no instance has he ever referred to his connection with the fPaPer and I dont feel that I am Pri nameav I refrain from mentioning the date as it might indicate the personalit- sufficient to say that it was in the long ago r Influence World Wide It was our purpose to make its influence world wide We advise nearly every court in Europe sug gested ways for the settlement of 1tthe Eastern question by an equitable 1 apportionment of Turkey amongst the great Powers not leaving the Sultan even the neck and gizzard Ve gave pointed and patriotic advice to the Secretary of the Treasr ury even at a time when our pay i roll and rent was giving us trouble We criticised the President for all andVat times threatened both the Senate and the House of Representatives with our disapproval Thought Articles Hot ih Many df the articles we thoug were so hot that they would set U mail bags on fire but as no claim was ever presented by Uncle Sam i we presume that the mail bags were tSnot sufficiently scorched to be riot iceable j The paper was printed or alleged Washint4ed g i after George because it mu t 4 have antedated him several centur restOne of its troubles was an uneven distribution of ink what loft r was lacking in one impression was carried over to the next so that the average quantity was maint tcEco1 lines when there was too much rqrmine where they were Examination of Files An examination qf the files which I have secreted after a careful au Biopsy recalls the paraphrase of a story from the West that this was a very bad paper in many respects z r and a damm sight worse in others k Yet there were some evi fence that it was satisfactory to the commun ityt thY were satisfied with one is sue a week and made no demand for a semiweekly or a daily We only claimed to ben local weekly some of our enemies said ttthat it was very local and extreme ly weekly News Not Very Quick trilgger a as now we h Jsome surprising news which created a sensation that had occurred months previously We would have r mentioned it sooner but had not heard it ourselves Our long suit was local happen 5ngs They were something like the Perrywinkles of the SunSentinel reminded you more of peritonitis than Perrywinkles Social Function The first social function we att- endedJ in our editorialcapacity or rather editorial incapacity we dehausted all out descriptive a Lives and had to use them over a over consequently we left many of onr favorite descriptive sentences VfiLtandiug such as The table fa i JyVgroaned under the burden of o i things The most toothsome cola 1ian of viands it has ever been o good fortune to get within arms reach ofj In our attempts to de sciribe some of the gowns worn different occasions it was claim that we associated a combination- of colors and styles that threw dress makers into a fitand it is certain many ladies whose costume we intended 1 to compliment have not spok en to us to this good day Standing Article pliticalo s l L first it saved setting type and nextj ttwedid not see how it could be im iff Proved and was satisfactory to the ri 7fri speaker it read something like this r a itL s The Hon delivered one of the most forceful eloquent and convinchig speeches ever made in our Court House we make this state ment advisedly notwithstanding are aware that Mr Clay and other thes1 voices echo against those walls and that it was astounding to us that a Republican after hearing that argu meat couid be content to stay in his nown presenc- en Left Set Up We left set up for Laid on our table that seemed to be ti brougninto a printing office This head served for The first tomatoes of ti season Threelegged ducks fowlsvPrize pumpkins Bootjacks at rustic pipes sent to the President atyd except d eggs this exception had to made for fear some hypercritical poultrym might question the statemento OccurreddA panic arrived during the time we were publishing the paper u n reflection I know now the panic wont have struck us even if it has miss ed every one else at the same time we have always held a greivance against the responsible parties for that panic remembering that in someway we were injured but just he has escaped my memory I do ro member that no bank closed its door opened them for that matter with any of our funds no one owed nothingsell to to qute forgive tile responsible par htties eBank Messenger Calls It was during this time that a mes senger from the bank came uninvited unto our office and presented a draft for four hundred dollars I passed it over to the senior member of the firm asking what he was going do about it He said I am going get a drink what are you going tot do about it I joined him requesting the young man to remain until we returned it is my present opinion tine did not remain as requested the building has since been to down and no remains were found Bankhhoinkld an went over to bank and asked how the account of r stood The Teller said t was overdrawn with pretended surprise we said There must be spine mist kefiibut that Yes he said there was otherwise you would not have been permitted to overdraw When our paper came out next morn ing under t lucid of Financial there was this item Money close but not within reach You also request that I give you my opinion and advice in regard to the Winchester News if you think it will be of any service to you just mention it and I will be glad to com Ply Very RespectfullyEXEDITOR i ne Jews and Thirteen Commenting on the thirteen super stitions In the Oestereichishe Wochen schnift Jacob E Ehrlich a Jewish writer says The number thirteen Is surely not a bad one for us The holy writ tells of the thirteen attributes of the Most High and we have thirteen feast days in each year Our great arch enemy Haman was hang ed on the 13th of Abas The thirteenth birthday of our sons ia a day ofjoy because on that day the child becomes communityThethe sun the moon and eleven stars and Jacob had thirteen children Mightc nridlate and yeye owes muckle pottle But Its joist possible if ye prtactic e yeards Professional Ye mlchtbegin to hae a rrudiurme o e meLondonSk h UpwardJ asked tiw quarry the premar ture explosion Noslr replied Costigan Hes gone For good t Well sor he wlnt in that direction Sarcastic Guest Impatiently I say waiter how long have you been employed here Waiter Bout a week sir GuestOh is that all Then I must have given my order to some othe warier THE NEWS by carrier lOc a Week iso r THE WINCHESTER NEWSt= DEVELOPING NEW PLUMS Experiment Stat1onaDornSiMuch to Produce Fine Fruit She are likely in the near future to have some very good new plums for general growing Some of our stations are making good progress along the line of crossing the native American varieties with plums from Europe and Asia Among the stations that are doing excellent work in this direction is the South Dakota station Prof N E Hansen is the leading spirit in this work and he is obtaining valuable re salts Prof Hansen has traveled Extensively in Europe and Asia and has had a large opportunity to observe diveOne of the great requisites for an American plum is hardiness and this has been obtained iD selecting as a female parent the native sand cherry which produces a fruit the size ofalargo cranberry This has been crossed with the Chinese apricot and a plum produced which Is called the Tokeya Tokeya is not a Japanese name as might be inferred but a eSIoux Indian word meaning first tThis new plum is 1sinches in diam themgtoProf Hansen has also crossed the native plum prunus Americana on prodductnamed Hansaka which Is Sioux Indian for tall because Ute tree grows very tall and large The trees grow to a height of 12 feet In three years toonf these trees is awaited with inter estThe same experimenter has also crossed the western sand cherry with Therlof the Sioux Indians and It is not to be wondered at that Prof Hansen has had this in mind in naming the new plums he Is producing The produc- te the above crossing he has named forarSkuya is Sioux Indian for sweet orand this Is the name Prof Hansen has given a new variety that has resulted from crossing a native plum with aI Japanese variety developedforReview a group of plums adapted to this locality West of Lake Michigan and northwest to the British line Is stretch of territory that does no serve well to produce the Japanese plums or the plums from Europe and it is necessary to produce a kind suitable to this region If it is abundancetogeneratothey have that very essential thing hardinessi CORN ROOT WQRMS asSt1The Only Remedy for tha Pest Is Rotation of Crops The northern corn root worm Is a white slender worm not thicker than a pin It is about a quarter of an inch long has a small brown heed and six theLton corn in May and JuneAB soon as it assaults a root the latter dies and if n Worm In Corn Roots a number of the ropts are destroyed or there is dry weather or the soil is poor there will bea wilting of the corn plant and in some instances it dies as it does when attacked by heart- worm Late in July the warm changes and nafew days comes forth as a green beetle It leedepn the yellow pollen as it is collected on all parts of the stalk Others feed on the com grain and still others fly to the bloc vicInityTheon blossoms of pumpkins and similar vines The females lay the eggs for the next years brood in September on the dying roots of the coin The only remedy is rotation of crops and this is sometimes not very satis factory Be sure that the soil is as rich Ssthestand the assaults of a number of the worms before there is any noticeable injury to the plant 1 Good Tools Keep a lot of good tools of your remyonr so your neighbor because you wont be borrowing hit 4 1 i iW r iUFUS RASlp JOHNSTON BROWN d is WHAT YOU COILTfl DO WHEN THE SJjOW COMES DOWN 1 pAR c4 q Sr1 HE ylo BUY A NEATER fROM J3USHFON rv NEW BaKery Firm We bare opened up our Bakery in the Siviipsoll iluhldillil 105 N MaillS11 and are now ready to serve the public EVERY SATURDAY we will have on display a nice assortment of Layer and Plain Oakes Yeast and Salt Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on band JgflFGoods delivered to any part of the city Give us a pall WINCHESTER BAKERY NORTH BROS Props RAWLINStSTORE wants you to see tHe COAT SWEATERS for men and boys They are fine for winter and ask to see the LEGGINS for children Come to see me for any thing Bestlinen town ITC RAWLINS ADVERTISE IN THE NEWSJ u Y Quality Appearance Prices The Three Great Points in l4 K the Purchasing of a Stove cy a of is to it for 9 E I an buttri in If the appearance is the may be uj to the but if are the may be prohibitive f7 iI we a the in one will prove in 1 home and so and last but not at price whichever one can afford to pay fosters Winner Range has all the above of Superiority and can be bought at our store for a price easily in reach of all a Think It OverI Grubbs Benton CORNER The Capitol the Unit ed States painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Doesnt this seem show that would be a good paint you to use Send for Sample Cards Baber Reeves- No Broadway How often do yott have stoves with these three points their five right quality not standard bothf satisfactory priced Here have stove of best quality attractiveS every way that satisfactory every stay least points Need Stove ON THE r IIGra ho hones KodaKs IStPaintsI goto- Winchester DrugCoT- HE STORE OF QUALITY a- iI Both Phones 46J READ THE NEWS 1 illf y uwa1i a the nears ofWinchester read the jwSslews jf 1 i r itcidIf you want allthen o Clark Ccpaity re td Jt the Newsyou want allthg news o frtlie State a11f Na lon area9 the News anrother daily inydr home paperliTER NEWS I v J ii IJ f rt f READ + THE WINCHESTER NEWSINCORPORATED t i jf 4 f ir r itL td J H t tt tt ff 1jt i r t t jtr y l 11414 s 1i 0if I rajark sAspr 1 r 1 THE WIMCHSTEW JaEWa 1 H ny i ri + 4 F IIIHi TilE SUN 1Y SCHOOL 3 Lesson V Fourth Quarter For t Nov1 1908 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES iT xt of the Lesson II Sam xv 112 I Memory Verses 5 6 Golden Text j Exxx 12 Commentary Prepared by J Rev D M Stearns ICopyri ht 1903 by American Press Association It was a rare thing that the Lord was able to write of Abraham 1 know him that he will command his children and his household after him and they shall keep the way of the Lord Gun xviii 19 It is written of so good a matt as Eli that his sons wore sons of Belial They made themselves vile and he restrained them not arid the Lord looked upon that as honoring his sous above God He did reason with his sons but he did not commune or restrain them I Sam 1224 29 ill 13 David had one son a fine look lug fellow whom he never even dis pleased by asking him Why hast thou done sot IKings i 56 But he tUrn ed out very badly He had a beautiful name Adonijah which means Jehovah is my Lord but a beautiful name or form or features count for nothing if the heart is not Tight with God Absa loins name signifies father of peace and there was not a more beautiful man In all Israel II Sam rev 25 20 readytodethroneAbsalom having slain his brother Amnon fled to Talmal king of Geshur J his mothers father and was there three years II Sam xlii 37 Sjifc ill pl but David longed to see him Joab perceiving Davids longing for Absa lorn brought it about through a wise woman of ekoac xiv so Ab salom returned to Jerusalem and yet he was there two full years without seeing his fathers face xiv 28 In due time Absalom and his father met The king kissed him verse 33 todaywhereinhearts of the men of Israel and under the pretense of keeping a vow to the Lord at Hebron caused himself to be proclaimed king saying Absalom reigneth in Hebron verse 10 He sent for his fathers counselor Ahjthophel and took with him 200 men from Jeru salem who went in their simplicity f and knew not anything and so the people increasedc ontinually with Absa loin and the conspiracy against David waSstrong verses 1112 God calls Israel His son His first born and said of him Thy beauty was perfect through my comeliness which I had put upon tlieean i call ed him the dearly beloved of Ills soul and yet had to say I have nourished t and brought up children and they have rebelled against Me although nothing could possibly be done foe them that He had not done See ii confirmation of these statements Ex iv 2 23 Ezek xyi lf Jar xii 7 Isa i 2 v 4 Then when Jesus came in humiliation as their Messiah they despised Him and rejected Him and killed Him and the night before they crucified Him He went forth with His little band over the same Kidron and to the same Olivet verses 2330 for the people had said We have no king but Caesar In due time Absalom was slain and David returned to his throne and kingdom So in due time the great adversary shall perish and Jesus shall reign Rev xx 13 10 xl 15 David did not return until the men of Judah as one man sent him this word Return thou and all thy servants six 14 find we cannot but wonder what might take place If in response to our Lords threefold Surely I come quickly of Rev xxii the church should as one person dry Amen Even so come Lord Jesus With all her divisions and on the part of the majority no expectation of His return we cannot think that the church ever will be of one accord on this point but we rejoice to believe that in the fullness of time the church being completed He will come to the air to welcome her to Himself and then re turn with her In His glory for this same Israels benefit and to subdue all things unto Himself During the time of His rejection may we be found like the servants of verse 15 the 600 of verse IS and those of verse 21 It Is surely a small thing for us to say as His redeemed and et something we ought to say Be holdIthy servants are ready to do whatsoever my Lord the King shall appoint and hold ourselves for any manner of nervice wholly at His commandment I Chron xxviii 21 The 600 recall the whole Adullam story of the faithful followers and their reward when he came to the throne Ittai and his memorable wordsuAs the Lord Hveth and as my Lord the King liveth surely In what place my Lord the King shall be whether in death or life even there also will thy servant be remind us of the devotion of Ruth another gentile and point us on to the time when all gentile nations shall manifest a similar devotion to Israel be cause of the Lord who shall reign in their midst Davids submission to- God Is feeen in his sending back the ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem say Ing If I shall find favor In the eyes of the Lorfl He will bring me again behold here am I Let him do to me as seemeth good unto HUH verses 2426 He was filled with sor row yet his mind was stayed upon Jehovah Our blessed Lord in the midst of His great sorrow gave the disciples Fis peace and prayed that vthey might have His joy a peace and Joy indepedent of circumstances be cause it cooeth from Godf i SOME USEFUL HINTS WORTHY OF PASTING IN TH HOUSEHOLD SCRAPBOOK r Bran as a Material for Cleaning Not Always Properly Appreciated Changing Bed LinenTo 0 Rejuvenate Shawl Few people know how useful bran is for cleaning For painted and varnished woodwork it is invaluable moving the dirt without the finish Colored goods which usually fade when washed will not lose color if washed in bran water It is excellent asa scalp cleanser and Is good for the hair making it glossy Used instead of soap it whitens and softens the hands To prepare bran water fill a small bagan prdinary salt bag is excellent for this purposewith bran place it n a pall cover with boiling water and 2t is ready for use Arrange to change the bed linen on the day you sweep your bedrooms The soiled sheets may thus be draw over the newlymade beds to keep th dust from the spread and pillows It will take but a few moments to r move these sheets and shake out of doors before consigning them to the clothes hamper To prevent matting from becoming yellow on tha floor wash off occasion ally with a large coarse cloth which has been dipped in a strong solution of salt water This will not only pre vent it from becoming yellow but will give the various colors a fresh and new look The woman who finds her knitted shawl soiled after the summers wear can make it look soft and clean by us Ins cold water and white soap She should fill a tub full of cord water with a quarter cake of pure hate soap melted in it Into this ather she should put the shawl gashing It well between the hands ubbing the soiled spots between her thumbs The shawl should then be rinse thorough In clean cold water and hung to dry without wringing All the time it is drying It should i e shaken occasionally Before It Is jntirely dry it can be pulled Into shape pinned to the bed or a large hair When It Is quite dry night be folded into squares with Ittle satchel between and laid away until it is needed If you cannot afford to pay 50 or 75 cents for place cards get the de- siied A Q rofctns In any p e erred size and decorate oho cornet jf each card with artistic flowers The liltla forgetmenots tied with blue ribbons are just as dainty as can be- Get only very small flowers If one Is giving a birthday party it would be a clever idea to tie a birthflower to the card English Beef Four or five pounds of beef scatter a little fine salt on bottom of roaster the salt makes browning for the gravy put in the beet with three strips of beef fat on top put in oven baste often no water time one hou and fifteen minutes When partly cooked turn season pepper and salt When done put on hot dish have dripping jar ready pour off not quite the clear fat without the brown have dripping for future roast or trying thus saving on your lard If you like gravy thickened dust in a little dry flour In the pan work well with spoon then add boiling water season bOll up and strain All meats and poultry are far superior cooke in the above way as water extract- the flavor Chutney Sauce For chutney sauce take 12 green sour apples two green peppers six green tomatoes four small onions a cup of raisins a quart o cider vinegar two tablespoonfuls o mustard seed same of salt one of powdered sugar two cups of brow sugar a tablespoonful each of ground mustard and ginger Seed the raisins and peppers then add tomatoes and onions and chop very fine Put vIne- gar sugar and spices on to boil add the chopped mixture and simmer a hour Then add the apples pared an cored and cook slowly till soft Keep in cans or bottles sealed Bordeaux Sauce Six onions three peppers half gal Ion vinegar onequarter gallon cab bage cut coarse onequarter pound ground mustard two teaspoons celery seed two teaspoons pepper two teaspoons j whole cloves two tea spoons allspice two teaspoons turn eric two cups sugar Salt to taste Chop cabbage tomatoes onions and peppers Salt let stand all night Place on stove next day adding spices s and vinegar Cook 45 minutes after reaching the boiling point Pack in stone jars This makes about five quarts o To Lift Hot Pots A good way to remedy an Iron handle which has a metal finger hold to s make a slit in one end ola cork and slip it on to the finger hold In this way the handle may be removed from the iron without danger of burning the fingers Scur Cream Cookies One cup sour cream one cup butter one and onehalf cups sugar one half teaspoon soda two eggs a little iiutnieg and vanilla flour enought to toll Handle as soft as 44 t r fir 3 f LEGISLATIVE BILL Et AIMEU AJ WOMEN R orgiaPFor Divorce ATLANTA Ga Oct 9A bill Leaislatg ure by George Glenn representative from Whitfield county proposes that marriage sjiall become null and void- t when mart is lured into matrimony by a wcman wearing certain styles of clothing and using certain toilet accessories It seems this man Glenn was impelled to propose this- t bill through observing the arts and attire of women at a watering place Now if these artificesand adjuncts ofa womans toilet are so obvious as they seem to have been to Mr Glenn how absurd it is to notice them for surely no one is deceived sunPyepages pages aretitles written usually by men to make themselves as attractive as possible always and to keep woman ly by using all these little arts of fascination in dress In the Early Days In the early days of womans first demands for proiertv rihuts for the right to higher education for thp right to enter n profession for the right to take part in the affairs of the government under which they lived a few of these women rebelled also against the slavery of fashion oncC a optad a simple unadorned Yjustof womens costumes as Mr Glenn can be heard to this day and is still used by thftno gR one of their pet ymgtterms with men Women were ad monished over and Over again to be womanly that their chief ob ject in life should be to make themselves charming to men WomenaA few of those early women thought it convenient and hygenic to wear short hair and lot the short haired woman was held up by the Mr Gleims of that doryand still is so reaieecroertl it Now here is Mr Glenns bill making it a crime for a woman to add to her crown ofglory if it be somewhat thin Some of those early women wore low heels and they were held up to mockery as being flatfooted and here is Mr Glenn proposing to legis late against high heels All of the simple personal preferences of those women were then and are still considered good and snffi anyrever wed to vote A Provision of Bill lOne of the provisions of the bill regarded as a crime as related to matrimony is against the use of pads or padding by women Did you ever watch a tailor padding a coat for a fastidious male customer Did you ever know oh innocent public thosesyou mired so much and that look so broad mid protecting arc maSnly pads and stuffing But the bill is not Worded to work both ways to apply to men as wellas women egatfmalriiagenor vows The hosiery of many of the young men swells is of the loudest type of varieties and rainbow pat terns The dropstitch is surely bet ter than wearing no hosiery at all rememberda congressman himself famous and endeared him self forever to the American people by wearing no hosiery at all It is not recorded that it was ever eon sidered a valid reason to declare his marriage null and void not leas it ever been held up as a warning to other men by the mighty lawmakers of our nation One of the Lures One of the lures the bill regards as deceitful and artful is the use of scents and perfumes How these can be regarded as deceptions when they are so evident is a mystery only to beg male mind Now scents and perfumes as usually used by men to conceal a liquor drinkers breath would easily come under that category Most men are thrilled at the mere mention of Napoleon L the great military genius and yet his bill for eau de cologne was enormous as he used a flaskof it ata time in his ablu tionsJ Artificial Teeth Artificial teeth which have been such a toothksshumanityr acecrdinpf to this bill mtty be cl me 1 SC5 tij4f JT CU OU- RPLATFORM GOOD CLOTHES PLATFORM built many substantial planks and guarantee that SteinBloch clothes best obtainable There is the fabric plank fdxpert tailoring fl Plank The suits top coats rain coats overcoats we sell for men V and young fellows and arer now showing in our windows at 1500 D priced Thebestquality is considered If you would be well dressedr wear Stein Bl ch clothes lIE Our line of Habadashery such as Shirts Neckwear Collars Ties Suspenders Underwear and Hosiery embrace all that is smart in styles D Everwear Hosiery 200 per box 6 pair in a box guaranteed for six months Wehave thesole agency o Allan ca Murphy o b cCJ crJ al by the husband as a just cause for divorce Why lie who runs can tell them anyway Who do snot see tin absurdity of legislating against a woman that has the artistic ability and energy to makethe best of her self when nature in some mood has been chary of her gifts We have known eases of men whose teeth have been replaced by the den tistand would it not seem somewhat ridiculous for them to seek divorce on this ground 1 Mr Glenns Bill Mr Glenns bill is on par with similar act passed by the English Parliament in 1670 and from which he probably derived his idea as they are almost identical It may also be suspected that Mr Glenn proper ly belongs to that period when peo pie believed in witchcraft etc in stead of in the 20th century The 1670 act is as follows In 1670 the following remarkable act of parliament in England was passed Tht all women of what ever age rank profession or degree whether virgins maids or widows that shall after the passing of this act impose upon seduce and betray into matrimony any of His Majestys male subjects by scents paints cosmetics washes artificial teeth false hair Spanish wool iron stays hoops highheeled shoes or bolstered hips shall incur the penalty of the laws now in force against witch craft sorcery and such like mis demeanors and that the marriage upon conviction shall stand null and void Adjustment of Terms It looks strongly as if there should be an adjustment of terms iis applied to men and women Men should cer tainly from now on be called the weaker sex if they are such easy marks Poubtless many a brave woman whose husband has failed in his duties and who has been compell ed to support herself and family has often thought this The introduction of this bill shows one thing that those who have the ballotand the making of the lows are careful to represent their own interests Let women be enfranchised and have an opportunity to protect themselves from the more general and dangerous deceptions and blandishments ofmeD Quite out of the Ordinary An Atchitowoman is so deeply in love with her husband the neighbors uairheii they see her coming They eJt jbi1that hearing constantly of the virtues ta hUsband is more tiresome than hearing of the smartness of a- babyor dogr Atchison GInhe t r 11 f oj ISA ri It is of LI is a fl are the so n plank style t when capricious a a t The Home Beautiful JuW is made possible for the moderate ly cir llI stan ed by our mill work You doiit need a fortune to jiave a handsome mantelan artistic stairway an attractive wainscoting We supply all these and many more articles foruierally made by hand but now wade better and quicker V at the mill x Let Us Help You Plarv Your House Lumber and Shingles R P SCOBEE SON cm i INCORPORATED 4HBATERS i j 1 We are making a 1I SPECIAL PRICE now on Garland Heaters and Cook StovesE Jn 950 Heater to close out 58iOTHERS IN PROPORTION t Grant Witt Go- SO N Main St Winchester Kv Do Men Read Advertisements Read This One at Any Rate r THIS COUPrz J Ciit out and presented to us is good for t 5O c on a CasH PurcHase Mens 5QQ ShoesT t i r Gpod Vatil1 MA5SIE The Shoe Man i Ufa Do Not Reserve AHIf5Sh in our Storfc r r = 1t j f 1ASS1LiI ShoeMan t iff r t J r Ja vHA i k I i s l K Ieg Fqur THE WINCHESTER NEWS L j TIE WINCHESTER r NEWSI An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated ij Office South Main Street SundayrEntered at the Winchester Post Of l fice as mail matter of the second class iSUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered l v carrier at JLO cents per week By mail in advance One year300Si-x months 150 One month 25 J New Phone No 91 b FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1903 HALLOWEEN Halloween is upon us On the last nightof October of all the year Bobbins dance arid ghosts walk un troubled by mortals October 31 has been handed down to us by our An eloSaxon ancestors as a ofbfun and frolic Away back in the t days of the Druids in merrie old- England there was much supersti s tion The last dty of October so authority says was selected by the spooks skeery things and the like w as time for high carnival The hol iday is celebrated in all civilized countries and is participated in an nually by tens of thousands mostly young Throughout the South Halloween brings greatest joy to the halfgrown lips It is the time when sweethearts nearsweethearts and prospective sweethearts learn of love and its future They pop chestnuts throw apple peelings oyer the left shoulder gaze upon the brook at midnight and many other equallv as thrilling per formances just to see if the only y one is near s v But there isa serious side to the observation of the night The habit has grown up among a certain class ofwantonly destroying property They seem to believe that they have i J a license to do as they please on this rip night of the year There is a limit to license The police should 01eeto itr that the tearing down and carrying away of gates and the wan ton disfigurement of property is done away with The authorities should announce that all such pranks are forbidden and that those who indulgt in them will be arrested and prose i cuted A MARKET HOUSE Winchester needs a market house Many years ago there was a mar ket housein the rear of the court house on the ground at present occupied by the county jail The ground and house belonged to the city By an arrangement with the Fiscal Court the property was transferred to the county with the understanding that the city use the courthouse for holding the city I court There was some omission in the transfer by which the city lost the ground and failed to get any rights in the courthouse As a matter of right and justice that property should be transferred back to the city but whether it is marI7 ket house It would be a place where the farmers could bring their produ ce and sell it without the i necessity of peddling it from house to house and where the citizens r onld get what they wanted with out the necessity of tramping from place to place Stalls could be Tented to pay the city a good per cent on the investment Our Worthy city fathers could do no better thing than to give us r an npidtfate market house The growth of the city renders it a ly necessity L t IZNEW POSTMASTERS APPOINTED iWASHINGTON Oct 30The fol- lowingJ postmasters were yesterday YT appointed for Kentucky Amelia Kffott county Elam Haler Askinr i 5 Breckinridge county John C Over ton Claxton Caldwell County John i X P Nichols Empire Christian coun v tyi Albert V Rutland Hazelpath Laurel county John P Tankersley Jf Mannsville Taylor county AaTon C r v f Sandusky hs I 3 t r r FAST END NEWSI Allen Watte delivered to D T Railsbacky Wednesday at the Win chester Stock Yards 6 head of 800 pound cattle at 325 per hundred Mr Will Green of Mt Sterling bought of Jus Estes of Clinton viile 25 hogsat 46bper hundred delivered at the Winchester Stock- Yards He bought of P Evans 13 hogs total weight 1335 pounds at 41 shippedafrom the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards one doubledeck carload hoes to Richmond Va Mr Venard Owen sold his residence on Eat Hickrnnn street to Thornton 1 Wills for 2700 Possession given at once Mrs H Prinz of Louisville Kv offiIendsturned to her home Mr and Mrs J E Bailey of Champaign are visiting Mr Sid ney Bailey on Second avenue Mr A Dooley of Covington Ky was mixing with his friends at the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards Friday He will remain here until after the election next Tuesday Mrs W P Clark of Somerset id the guest of Mrs A Sallender on Wfnn avenue Mrs Mary Bush daughter of Mr Clifton Bush of Indianapolis Ind is visiting Mr and Mrs P E Allen on South Main Mrs Annie Elkins of Estill coun ty is visiting friends in South Park this week Mr Ben Bartlett of Winn avenue went to Lexington Thursday night to attend the banquet given by the Ole kia Temple of the Mystic Shriners S Renaker R Sons have in the Goosery on Winn avenue about 1 000 geese which they expect to ship to Eastern markets Friday COLORfO COLUMN The colored people will not be be hind in the observance of Halloween Saturday night They will holda mask carnival at the Hippodrome lasting until twelve oclock First all skaters that contend for prizes wil be in mask The first prize a snlendid white stone brooch now on exhibition at Bowens will be given to the lady wearing the most perfect mask The second prize will be given to the man wearing the most grotesque mask This prize is a pair of union skates on exhibition at J K Aliens The contests will be decided by the votes of those present After the masks are removed there will be general skating until 11 oclock then dancing until 12 The management- has arranged to have special music for the occasion CONGRATULATIONS Louisville Ky Oct 28 1908 Editor Winchester News As The News comes to me daily I feel that I want to send you my congratulations Although it is in its infancy I believe it will be a great success in building up the city that 7 love so well The promoters will gC down in history as the ones that have done the most to buildup the cityThough land providence may call me to other fields Winchester and its people will always have a place in my heart Truly your friend 0 F BAXTER Editors note Included in Brother Baxters note is a beautiful tribute to the divine religion but it is too long for us to use CRITICALLY ILL Mrs Annie Moore sister to Col H P Thompson received a stroke of parralysis at her home in St Louis Mo Friday and is critically ill It was reported here last night that she was dead but upon telephoning Col Thompson at his home at Thompsor station the report was found to be untrue SERIOUS INJURY Mr Robert Owen of near Tulip this county suffered an accident Thursday that is giving him serious troubleA was accidentally driven through his hand He is suffering great pain and his hand is very much swollen He came to the city Friday morning for treatment RANK OF PAGE The rank of page was conferred on Prof Moore and Prof Lewis Thursday night in the Knights Py thias lodge ANEW CITIZEN Born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Henry Martin on North Main street a daughter Bargain Day For Saturday 50 Hsus Odd Suits sizes 34 to 87a 500 sold as high as 1850 at Bloom fields It J J X lONE SQUADRON REACHES AMOY Atlantic Battleship Fleet Bi= vides at Sea SPERRY GOES TO MANILA While Rear Admiral Emery With Eight Vessels Visits Chinese Wa ters Celestials Hope to Establish More Cordial Relations With Unit edStates and Will Attempt to Outdo Other Nations In Cordiality of ReceptionAmoy 30Elght battleships comprising the second squadron of the American Atlantic fleet underIcommand of Rear Admiral H Emery arrived here this morning after an uneventful voyage from Yokohama To the Chinese the visit of the Americans is of farreaching im portance and every preparation has been made not only to extend to the representatives of the United States a flattering welcome but to impress evenmorepublic than have prevailed hitherto The selection of Amoy as a port of call is in accordance with the program decided upon at Washington when it was determined that the fleet should return to America via the Suez canal The 16 battleships of the fleet left Yokohama together on Sunday morning butdivided into two squadrons when two days out the first under Rear Admiral Sperry on the flagship Connecticut heading for Olongapo Philippine Islands and the second under Rear Admiral Emery on the Louisiana bound for Amoy The two squadrons will join forces at Manila the second division being scheduled to leave this port on Nov 4 and to arrive at Manila on Nov 7 China will welcome her American visitors with unbounded enthusiasm The preparations to this end are complete and Chinamen of exalted rank will take part in the festivities China today is struggling to preserve the territorial integrity of Mongolia and Manchuria from the encroach ments of Russia and Japan and the presence of these American battle ships at Amoy is welcome to the Pe Icing government because of the In terpretation that China has chosen to give to this friendly actthat the United States is inclined to support her contentions with her neighbors an interpretation that is not recog nized officially but is of Chinas own making the desire in this case being father to the thought- ADDITIONAL SOCIETY Miss Sara Beverly Jouett one of our sweetest and most attractive girls left Friday for a visit to Miss Leslie Turney of Paris There will be a number of entertainments given in her honor On Saturday a party of young people from Paris will go to Blue Lick Springs for a stay of several days The outing is gotten up in honor of Miss Jou ettMr and Mrs James S Winn were in Cincinnati Thursday They witnessed the burning of the Neave Building Mr Walker Reid of Mt Ster ling was a guest in town Friday Dr Howard Lyon and Mr Matt Bean went to Maysvifle before returning home from the RiceWorth ington wedding Wednesday night Mr Asa Martin is sick We trust he will soon be out again Mrs S I Walden and littl daughter Thelma and Miss Jessie Adams of Covington arrived Thursday nightio attend the funeral of Mr J W Watts a Euchre Club Mrs C B George delightfully entertained the Ladies Euchre Club in the parlors of the St George Ho tel Wednesday night The first two prizes were won by Miss Lizzie Burke and Miss Margaret Burke The consolation prize was won by Mr J A McCourt and Miss Am i Dolphin At the conclusion of th e games delicious refreshments were served in the hotel dining room Mrs George was charmingly as sisted in receiving the guests by Mrs W W George S t Miss Margaret Burke entertained a num ber of friends with a enchre party Thursday evening After the games were over a lovely lunch was served and the prizes were awarded Those present were Misses Elizabeth Mae Madigan Stel la and Mary Curry Mary Feeley and Charlotte Saarbach Messrs Will Cone George Curry John Nu nan Lambert Salendar John John son and Joe OBrien r r H- NO Matter What You Pay The article you buy here will be the best of its kind ffor the price you pay That i is what we started out to give the public and our in creasing trade is the best evidence that our GOODS PRICES and TREATMENT please the people If you are not a patron of ours we want to make your x acquaintancecome in and we will show you our large and complete stock of Furniture Rugs China Cut Glass Etc HALL ECTON FURNiTUiiEUfMDERTA ICING A GREAT ANY lviENwant a hat that is becoming fone properly proportioned to their height and figure Others think durability is the chief re quisite they want a hat that looks fresh through the season Most every man demand style he believes it is really worth while to be in fashion Theman who re quires all these qualities buys a KNOX HATI BOYSwe have an exclusive line of Hats for you In the Wm P Monta gue Hat we have all the different shapes and colors to be desired 0 Price 150 2 250 and 3 tCeOT SwX 5 A = f r I =ofEvery in view this dis No to buy not FARMER BY TRAIN Ky Oct BOT J Spidell aged 74 years a well known German farmer of county killed morning near the city by an Illinois Central train j is the sleeping chamber which is why the most dainty and artisti- cFURNITURE should be selected Our new stock ofChiffoniers Brass and Iron Beds Mattresses etc approval Our Parlor and DiningRoom Fur niture is a marvel newness and beauty Come and play trouble to show goods Come whether youre ready or The Winn Furniture Co KILLED PADUCAH this was yesterday passenger awaits of BAPTISM Archdeacon Wentworth will con duct services in Paris next Sunday- A large class for baptism has been prepared by the Rector Rev Mr Litsinger for the coming of the Arch deacon r 1ff1 v Rot Soda i DIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY but we want YOU to come alsothen you will say it top Noth ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Coffee at our fountain Martin Cook DrugW CotWorth Thinking OverJ We have a largeand complete line of LADIES AND GENTSJ GOLD AND GOLD FILLED WATCHES During the month of November we are going to offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS- to J those contemplating purchas jing a Watch for Christmas If A you are thinking of buying a Watch come in and let us talk it overv1th you Dont wait till the last hour to make your selection Gome in and pick 4ti4 lOut let us engrave it arid putitlf aside for you Baldwin Bros JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0 as we have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I am sure our quick service and politeness will bring you back The quickest service can i ordy be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoria f l BOTH PHONES Yours respectfully L M BVTSCH j6 Manageri DB Fredfeil Euih THE Clark County National Bank MAIN STREET Winbteit IKentuky Capital 200000 Surplus 1OOOOO Unc11yidedProfU3lS000 WQrgjralsed 185 ttng tho oldeat Bank In thocttr Collections made on all points and your ao cotmtd policlted 24 GREAT WHEAT CARGO IS SHIPPED FROM MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE Wis Oct 30 The steamer barge Adam Cornelius left Milwaukee yesterday for B a oiwith a cargo of 270750 bushels f1ofwau ce In e IS ry 0 nRVIga tJtion of the Great LakeszMONEY FOR MILITIA PAID WASHINGTON Oct 30The War Department has just apportioned to Kentucky her second halfof the amount she is entitled to for the support of her militia Kentuckys portion is 31067rBargain Day For Saturday j2oe s Wool Socks at 15c at Bloomfield f Jr f s fS k r ar I TJE WINCHESTER DEWS Pagc Fire Ir 1 stciEn5- 1 tD A R Meeting The first meeting of the year of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held at the beautiful colonial home of Mr and Mrs Jo Croxfon on the Lexington pike Miss Anna Croxton one df the attractive daughters of the house was hostessThe house was beautifully deco rated in autumn leaves and miatle toeThe meeting was called to order promptly at two oclock Friday and Mesdames T WL VanMeter and LucienBeckner read very interesting reports of the D A R Convention held in Lexington last week After the meeting a most elegant lunch was served i Women Clubs The Executive Board of the Ken tacky Federation of Womens Club meets in Lexington this afternoon and evening to discuss plans for the annual meeting and to look into the progress of educational work of the State The meeting is to be hell in the Phoenix Hotel The members of the Board in attendance are Mrs Letcher Riker of Harrods burg president of the Federation Mrs Mitchel of Bowling Green vice president Miss Boyd of Cov ington Mrs Rudy of Paducah Mrs Muir of Nicholasville Miss Holden Hardin of Barr dsburg Mrs Lowry of Paris and Mrs Ann M Harrison of Lexington Chairmen of the Committees who will also be present are Mrs Thomas Smith and Mrs R N Ro ark of Richmond MrsG A Cur- lY of Harrodsburg Mrs Moms Bartlett of Lawrenceburg Miss Lila Bued of Louisville Mrs J R Morrton and Mrs Desba Breck inridge of Lexington The Mental Culture Club of our own city is a member of the Federation but for some reason did not send a delegate Basket Ball Teams The Girls Basket Ball Teams of the college will have a tournament this afternoon at 330 oclock in the gymnasium The Grasshoppers will play the Crescents and the CardinalseAll are invited I Fortytwo Club Mrs Talitha Grigsby has issued invitations for fortytwo party to be given Saturday afternoon at her home on Boone avenue Bridal Party Mrs Salendar will entertain with an elegant dinner on Monday eve ning in honor of Miss Cordelia Sal endar and Mr Henry Wilmott Lu cas of Middletown Ohio and their bridal party In the receiving line will be Mrs F C Salendar Mrs Will Clark and Mrs Sam Guyn Among the guests who have alI rived for the SalendnrLucjts wedding are Mrs William Clark Someret Misses Rose Salendar and Eva Luckengener Frankfort Mrs R T Wilson and Miss Carrie Seutz ley Maysville Mr and Mrs Ed Coughlin Paris Misses Marie Lu cas Margaret OMalley and Mr Will Maries Middletown Ohio Mrs Alice Lucas and Mr Lewis Doch Cincinnati WorthingtonRice- A wedding that is of great inter est to Winchester people because of the popularity of the bride who was a frequent visitor here and of the fact that Miss Jane Gaitskill was Honor Maid took place Wed nesday night at Maysville The following account is taken from the Maysville Ledger Walnut Grove the beautiful country home of Mr and Mrs J J Harvey Rice was the scene of most charming hospitality last eve ning upon the occasion of the mar riage of their daughter Ethel to Mr Walter Worthington The halls and staircase lent them selves very prettily to the tasteful decorations of autumn leaves and I ARTIS TURNBULL ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL DAILY OF NEW MODELSIN SUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS Our Stihtly Tailored Models Reveal in a Marked Degree that Indefinite Sompthing Called Style Autumns Newest Textures IN HIGH GRADE SILKS AND DRESS GOODS We Invite You to Inspect the Seasons New est Ideas Weaves and Textures in Our Varied and Extensive Stock x r SSallt Prices i t I purchased a selection at a bankrupt sale while in New York Mrs Ella W Haggard r u M = = == a f t 1 on RbS SUIT INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN OF TASTE In our Suit section you will Jndon display a brilliant assort V merit of styles in all materials WeVe planned carefully for this 1 season and prepared to show a large variety ofdesigns in order that every woman will findjust the style that best pleases her at the 0 price she wants to pay li COME AND SEE IF WE ARE NOT CHEAPER WITH THE SAME CLASS OF MERHANDISE THAN ANYONE ELSE A BIG SHOWING OF I H 2500 TAILORED SUITS A BIG SHOWING OF 2750 TAILORED SUITS A BIG SHOWING OF t 3000 TAILORED A BIG SHOWING ORy 3500 TAILORED SUITSI OTHERS CHEAPEROTHERS MORE SUPERIORiWe have not neglected our Waist stock Big shipment of life 1 ored and dressy Net Waists just received 500 and up 1 at f CLIFTON 13 ROSS II South Main St Winchester Ky II golden rod with rich evergreen as a background while in the parlors library and dining room the predominating colors of the whole oc casion pink and whitewere evi denced in the masses of chrysanthe mums roses and festoonings of tulle and ribbon In the library the beautiful bridal arch trimmed in smilax tulle and decorated with candles and pink chrysanthemums making a charming setting for the bridal party- Promptly at 7 the impressive chords of the Lohengrin Wedding March were sounded and two little ribbon bearers Misses Catherine Reed Calvert and Evelyn Lloyd in dainty white dresses and pink sashes appeared at opposite doors of the library carrying ribbon staffs Following came Miss Eliza beth Waller gowned in pink inous seline silk and carrying white chrysathemuums Mr Frank Rice brother of the bride Miss Scottie Worthington also dressed in pink silk and carrying chrysanthemums entered with Mr Maurice Kirk fol lowed bv the bride and her Honor Maid Miss Gaitskill of Winchester Miss Rice looked stately and beautiful in a handsome gown of directoire satin and the long wedding veil with its crown of orange blossoms The bouquet of brides roses with its shower of lillies of the valley added a graceful touch to her bridal costume Miss Gaitskill was charmingly gowned in pink satin and carried pink chrysanthemums They were met at the arch by the groom and his best man Mr Will Harbeson and turning the young couple faced their large number of friends and relatives while the officiating clergyman Mr Giubbs said the impressive marriage ceremony Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party passed in to the dining room where a delicious supper was Served t congratu1aI of the guests drove to Maysville to take the C 0 train for a few weeks travel in the East PERSONALS Mr Leon Renaker left fqr New York this morning on business i t lJt l r r Mrs Authur Cannon and Mrs Bruce in FriWade were Lexington dayThe following ladies attended the Northern Presbyterian church Syn od in Frankfort Wednesday Mesdames J D Poynter J N Bush M S Browne R D Ramsey C E Crafton Misses Alice Ramsey Pat tie Ramsey and Sadie Hodgkin Miss Edith Hughes will give a lecture Monday evening at 730 at the Washington street Presbyterian church Everybodycordially invit edDr George S Brooks gives a coon hunt tonight Miss Lida Richardson left Friday moiningfor a week s visit in Lex ingtonMiss Joe Boswell one of our most lovablelLouisville for a visit to Mrs John son A number of parties and the atre parties will be given her while there Mr Will Lyne of Lexington who is quite well known herehaving vis ited and spent several months here has gone to Wisconsin to locate He is quite popular and his host of friends wish him every success Mrs George Hon and Mrs Lan caster were in Mt Sterling Friday afternoon foi an elegant reception given tfy Mrs B W Hall There were about 800 invitations Col Tom Stuart was in Frank fort Thursday jflfr J T Stokely is improved sufi ntly to be out again after a severe attackof rheumatism Mr and Mrs M T McEldowney have returned from Lewis county where they were called By the ill ness of Mr McEldowneys mother She is now greatly improved Miss Calloway Squires returned home Thursday afternoon after a most delightful visit to Dr and Mjrsr George 0 Graves She was accompanied homehy Miss Julia Graves who wijl be her guest for affew days Mr Sam DeaWrageof Florida was a guest in town Thursday Many years ago he lived here and hardly recognized the town there has been BO many changes Mr George W Hamilton of De troit Mich was in town Thursday Dont lock or fasten anything on Saturday for nothing ever goes wrong on Balloween n CLOCKS rJ In order to make room for new stockcoming in we wi make some surprisingly Low Prices on Clocks For the Next Two Weeks C H BOWEN Jeweler and Opt- icianCRYSANTHEMUMS I have a fine cut of Crys anthemums this week Pink Yellow and 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SiX THE WIHGNESTER NEWS eeHOIGr By ROBERT w CHAMBERS 0 of The fihtint Chenre iStc IAuthor G Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chambers X ooolotooooo0 G3wHIOOoeeo H eGG90 Chap erI7 Ytlk URINGr that week end at Silverside Boots behaved 2like a school lad run wild With Drinas hand In his Xg the other children and half a dozen dogs as advanced guard and heavily flanked by the Gerard battalion he scoured the moorlands from Surf point to the HUh er woods from Wonder head to Sky pox Nina Eileen and Selwyn formed a lagging and leisurely rear guard though always within signaling dis tance of Boots and the main body and when necessary the two exarmy men wigwagged to each other across the uplands to the endless excitement and gratification of the children Eileen and Selwyn were standing on one of the treeless hills u riotous tan gle of grasres and wild flowers look ing out to sea across Sky pond lIe had a rod and as he stood he idly switched the gayly colored flies back ward and forward Standing there fairly swimming In the deicious upper air currents she looked blissfully i rolltr rl ing moors F Aftershe gti said what more is there than this earth and Jc sea and sky a- ndPp fc qSUll and a friend E0to show them to S v Because as I theNq QoJ nccessapy in the J Wfejf scheme of things j3 to round out thp itLoolcdtonraoredangle those flies in Brier Water to see whether there are any trout there Well there tire Austin stocked It years ago and he never fishes so no doubt its full of fish The JBrler Water a cold deep lei surely stream deserved its name If hostiledeignsat least never did Belted kingfisher heron mink and perhaps a furtive small boy with pole and sinker and barnyard worm theVe were the only foes the trout might dread As for a man and a fly rod they knew him not nor was tbere much chance for casting a line because the water everywhere flowed under weeds arched thickets of brier and grass and leafy brandies crisscrossed above This place is impossible said Sel wyn scornfully What Is Austin about to let it all grow up and run wild He reeled In his line until only six inches of the gossamer leader remained free From this dangled a single silver bodied fly glittering in the wind heres a likely pool hidden under those briers he saidurm going to poke the top of my rod underthisways Hah as a heavy splash sounded from depths unseen and the reel screamed as he Up and down struckIshallows rushed the invisible fish and Selwyn could do nothing for awhile but let him go when he Insisted and check and recover when the fish per 4 mUted Eileen a spray of green mint between her vivid lips watched the per formance with growing interest but when at length a big fat struggling speckled trout was cautiously but suc cessfully lifted out into the grass she turned her back until the gallant fight er had departed this life under a mer ciful whack from a stick partldontWhat Didnt feel any Oh are your quite sure She walked over to him and looked Mown at the beautiful victim of Oh well she sighed you cmftI clever of course and I suppose Ill eat iiiiri but I wish he were alive again sweetdepthsKilling frogs and insects and his smaller brother fish Did fcedo that No doubt of it And if I hadnt landed him a heron or a mink would have done it sooner or later Thats what a trout Is forto kill and be killed She smiled then sighed The taking ofjlife and the giving of It were mys teries to her She had never wittingly killed aarthing J1 Do you say that it doesnt hurt the trot she asked There are no nerves In the jaw muscles of a trput Hah as his rod twitched and swerved under water and his reel sang again And again she watched the perform ance and once more turned ljr back t Let me tryshe said when the coup de grace had been administered to a lusty brilliant tinted bull trout And rod in hand she bent breathless and intent over the bushes cautiously thrusting the tip through a thicket of 4- iriJ IIRi3 l A iShe lost two fish then hooked a third a small one but when she lifted it gasping into the sunlight she shivered and called to Selwyn Unhook it and throw it back IIsimply cant stand that Splash went the astonished trout and she sighed her relief Theres no doubt about It she said you and I certainly do belong to different species of the same genus Men and women are separate species Do you deny itT I should hate to lose you that way he returned teasingly adIlated to man We dont like to kill things Its an ingrained distaste no merely a matter of ethical philosophy you like to kill and its a trait common predatorIanimals ilizatlon It would convince me too he said if woman didnt eat the things that man kills for her I know Isnt it horrid Oh dear were neither of us very high in the scale yet particularly you Well Ive advanced some since the good old days when a man went woo- Ing with a club he suggested You may have But anyway yon dont go wooing As for man collectively he has not progressed so very far she added demurely As an ex ample that dreadful Draymore man actually hurt my wrist Selwyn locked up quickly a shade of frank annoyance on his face and a vision of the fat sybarite before his eyes He turned again to his fishing but his shrug was more of a shudder than appeared to be complimentary to Percy Draymore She had divined somehow that it an noyed Selwyn to know that men had Importuned her She had told him her experience as Innocently as ofI had told Nina and with even less em barrassment But that bad been long ago and now without any specific reason she was not certain that she had acted wisely although It always amused her to see Selwyns undisguised Impatience whenever mention was made of such Incidents So to torment him she said Of course It is somewhat exciting to be asked to marry peoplerather agree able than otherwise WhatWaist deep in bay bushes he turned toward her where she sat on the trunl of an oak which had fallen across the stream Her arms balanced her body her ankles were Interlocked She swung her slim russet shod feet above the brook and looked at him with a touch of coquetry new to her and to himOf course Its amusing to be told you are the only woman in the world she said particularly when a girl has a secret fear that men dont consider her quite grown up You once said he began Impatiently that the idiotic importunities of those men annoyed you Why do you call them idiotic with pretense of hurt surprise A girl is honoredOh Captain Selwyn- I beg your pardon he said sulkily and fumbled with his reel She surveyed him head a trifle on one side the very incarnation of youthful malice In process of satisfying a desire for tormenting When I pretended I was annoyed by what men said to me I was only a yearling she observed Now Im a He reeled in his line twoyear Captain Selwyn Who can tell what may happen In my second season1 You said that you were not thethe marrying sort he Insisted Nonsense All girls are There are men she said dreamily who might hope for a kinder reception next winter Oh no he said coolly there are no such gentlemen If there were you wouldnt say so Yes I would And there are How many jeeringly and now quite reassured- One You cant frighten me with r shade less confidence You wouldnt tell If there was ijd tell you Me with a sudden slump in his remaining stock of reassurance Certaiulr I tell you and Nina things of that sort And when I have fif i1f 4p1 to marry I shall of ANYTHINGLOST found for sale for rent nJ- e4jQo in the classnod column of THE NEWS t 21a course tell you both before I Inform other people How the blood In her young veins erHowsomething to which she could give neithter reason nor name But how satisfying it all waswhatever it was that amused her in this mans uncertainty and in the faint traces of an ir ritation as unreasoning as the source of ItReally Captain Selwyn she said you are not one of those old fashion ed literary landmarks who objects through several chapters to a girla marrying are you Yes he said I am You are quite serious Quite tI You wont let me No I wont Why I want you myself he said smil ing at last seltIisme and you wont let anybody else itGlancing around at herhe caught her eyes bright with mischief y ure capable of anything today be said Were you considering the I Drlna t advisability of starting me overboard t Andhe nodded toward the water beneath their feet But you say that you wont let me throw you overboard Captain Sel wyn T mean It too he returned And Im not to marry that nice young man mockingly sweet No What Not anybody at allever and ever Me he suggested if youre ns thoroughly demoralized as that Oh Must a glrTbe pretty Ttfior oughly demoralized to marry you- I dont suppose shed do It if she wasnt he admitted laughing She considered him head on one side You are ornamental anyway she concluded Well then he said lifting the leader from the water to inspect It will you have me Oh but Is there nothing to recom mend you except your fatal beauty My mustache he ventured Its considered very useful when Im men tally perplexed Its clipped too close I have told you again and again that X dont care for it clipped like that Your mind would be a perfect blank if you couldnt get hold of it And to become imbecile he said Ive only to shave it She threw back her head and her clear laughter thrilled the silence He laughed too and sat with elbows on his thighs dabbling the crinkled lead er to and fro in the pool below So you wont have me he said You havent asked me have you Well I do now She mused the smile resting lightly on lips and eyes Wouldnt such a thing astonish Nina she said He did not answer A slight color tinged the new sunburn on his cheeks She laughed to herself clasped her hands crossed her slender feet and bent her eyes on the pool below Marriage she said pursuing her thoughts aloud is curiously unneces sary to happiness Take our pleasure In each other for example It has from the beginning been perfectly free from silliness and sentiment Naturally he said Im old enough to be safe You are not she retorted What a ridiculous thing to say Well then he said Im dreadful ly unsafe but yet youve managed to escape Is that It Perhaps You are attractive to wo men Ive heard that often enough to be convinced Why even Icnnsec what attracts themshe turned to look at himthe way your head and shoulders setandwell therest Its rather superior of me to have escaped sentiment dont you think so Indeed I do Fewfew escape myfriskyceit is due to my mustachlos Tangled imprisonedhearts situation vies with moments in Boccac cio laughteruntil a wild bird restlessly attentive ventured a long sweet response from the tangled green above them After their laughter the soberness of reaction left them silent for awhile droppIngfearlessly until in his melody she found the key to her dreamy thoughts To be continued j i W4TC8 00 ADS I BEHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS PAY YOU TO COME T- OlOUR STORE IT IS EASY TO ASSERT TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT AND PRICES ARE MOST LOOKED FOR lAnd Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS CLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NOTIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM j Af=Wool Blankets Sureenough All Wool both the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statemen We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BROS SCO =r ij1 wily BUY WATER From Oyster Dealers when a dealer mixes fresh OFcourse oysters and prevails on you to buy itat the rate of from 300 to soc per quart HE may be smart but arent YOU foolish Your water company will sell you water at a much lower rate Now if you want oysters onlyfresh pure natural flavor and sol id meatsno water at allour Sealshipt Oysters fill the bill Telephone an order or drop into our store T e BARNEShuarnf C srmoat y ep so rir I PLATEl TilE RiM GOfS IT No tray No pusher I r a Nousing gersI spilling food TEACHES THE BABY HOW TO EAT i Cotsi An Advance for Winchester ourVCURRENTother motors t s give estimates on 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not nearly such hard work as football or baseball but is twice as spectacular Each knight has a horse and a esquire In this case the horse is a log or a board and instead of carry esrquire has a paddle The lists are of course water but it must be shallow water and only up to the neck of the very shortest boy who takes part in the sport The log should be about seven feet long and heavy enough to bear up th- t weight of two boys when in the water If you prefer you can build a small raft but a log is very much better The knight stands erect on one end of the log while on the other end sits the esquire It is his duty to paddle th log through the water and follow the directions of the knight in front Two knights and their esquires mounted on logs enter opposite ends r of the lists which means in this case a smooth stretch of shallow water about ten yards long Starting then ten yards apart the esquires paddle the logs swiftly toward each other Instead of wearing armor the boys are clad in bathing suits and for lances each knight extends an arm his hand open fingers up He may use either arm but only one As the warriors come together each tries to give the other a push with his open palm which will send his adver sary toppling off his log into the water while he himself remains tri umphantly erect the winner of the bout This is by no means an easy thing to do and often both knights go over falling into the water with a great splash In that case they may try again or call it a draw just as they pleaseWhile two knights can give an ex hibition bout which will entertain a number of spectators it is much bet terto have a regular tournament with as many boys entered as possibleIThey pair off in couples having a joust and the winners of these bouts jousting against each whto all There is so much sport both in entering and in watching this pastime that all who know it are loud in its praise as a funmaker ELECTROSCOPE Interesting Little Instrument Mad Out of Paper Cork and Needle An electroscope for detecting electrified bodies can be made out of a piece of note paper a cork and a Using the Electroscope n edle Push the needle into the cork aPt1cut the paper in the shape of f mall arrow Balance the arrow o the needle as shown in the sketch and the instrument will then be complete I If a piece of paper is then heated over a lamp or stove and rubbed with a piece of cloth or a small broom the arrow will turn when I the paper is brought near It Or hold the palm of the hand near the arrow and the heat will move it America In the Sky A remarkable celestial photograph was taken some time ago by an as tronomer at Heidelberg Strange as it may seem it is the picture of a Cygnusroutline map of North America The r glowing nebula represents the form of the continent with the dark background of the heavens surrounding M the ocean surrounds the land greyjthe curve of the coast of Central America and the isthmus are all to be ISEn The astronomer that took the photograph has named it the Amer- Ica nebula This Is the first celes tial object that has been named after one of the great divisions of the earth DynamiteEblasting t has recently been put on the market which has a great advantage in that the freezing point of the nitroglycerin ii lowered to 35 degrees Fahr more over when the temperature continues to sink still lower the new dynamite freezes with extreme slowness When frozen it can be thawed with a srqall fraction of the time and expense oi ordinary dynamites rr Vbf riLrt t if i GRANT ANOATSTEWAftT Nomination of th3 Merchant for 8tt r Ury of tho Vrsasury It was not unnatural that In the afc olute absence of political experience President Grant should not only have had touch to learn concerning the nature and conduct of civil government but that he should also have had much to unlearn of the mental habits and the ways of thinking he had acquired in the exercise of large indeed almost unlimited military command This was strikingly illustrated by some re markable incidents I As usual the nominations made by the president for cabinet offices were promptly ratified by the senate with out being referred to any committee But after this had been done it was remembered and reported to President Grant that one of the nominees so confirmed A T Stewart of New Yore whom President Grant had selected for the secretaryship of the treasury as a person engaged in commerce was disqualified by one of the oldest laws actnof Sept 2 1789 establishing the troas ury department That this law which provided that the treasury department having the administration of the custom houses under its control should not have at its head a merchant or im porter in active business was entirely properIndeed a necessary one had never been questioned The next morn callepurposolmessage from certain citizens of St Louis I found him alone engaged in writing something on a half sheet of saideu I see you are busy and I do not wIsh to interrupt you My business can wait Never mind he answered I am only writing a message to the senate My business was quickly dis posed of and I withdrew- In the course of that days session of the senate a message from the presi dent was brought in In which after quoting the statute of Sept 2 1789 the president asked that Mr Stewart be exempted by joint resolution of the two houses of congress from the op eration of the law which stood in Mt Stewarts way There were some signs of surprise among senators when the message was read and Mr Sherman at once asked unanimous consent to Introduce a bill in accordance with the presidents wish But Mr Sumner ob Jected to the Immediate consideration thereof because of its great importance This stopped further proceedings and the bill was laid on the table never to be heard of again Carl Schurzs Reminiscences In McClures Miles and the Reporter General Nelson A Miles always did lUke to have fun with new reporters said an old newspaper man I re member some years ago he told an un fortunate Washington correspondent a long story about a new gun metal that some genius was supposed to have just discovered It was a wonderful alloy which was as tough as steel and as light as aluminium By Its use the general said It would be possible to build guns which would weigh no more than the immense projectiles which they fired The correspondent was delighted beautifulearticle which produced spasms of laughter throughout the entire artll lery service You see it doesnt require a very profound knowledge of ballistics to know that if a gun and projectile both weigh exactly the same amount they would fly in opposite di rections with exactly the same velocity when the piece was fired City of Mexico Street Cars The street car system of the city of Mexico is a fine one but here is one arbitrary rtile that strangers mupt learn as soon as possiblethat is the cars do not stop except at certain points where you will notice the elec tric light poles have a band of white painted on them These stopping places are very close together in the mustaexpectedntoo to enter at the back and go out at the front door Apart from this the conductors will be found courteous ever ready to tell you things and anx lous to assist youHouston Post No One Questions It An automobile party was touring through a mountainous district 06 ono of the states and had made a stop in one of the small towns to make some repairs to the machine While they waited the attention of one of the par ty was called to an intelligent looking lad of about fourteen who seemed to be very much interested in the work and of whom the following question was asked Say son what do you live on out here Nuthin the somewhat sur reachertJudge Object Matrimony 7 want to put jm ad in your paper saId the weary looking man Mate it Wanted a situationany old job Shall I say wages no object l BUS gested the clerk NO make it object matrimony 11 I could get acquainted with a decent Job Id be willing to marry it for life8 Catholic Standard and Times Gaining tho En- dDAnbistDo you think my battle picture expresses as I have meant it to all the poignant horrors of war Krtttick Oh yes its the awfuleit thing I ever saw Cleveland Leader Ridicule is ft keen weapon but the thins that succumb to ridicule at Irene todii yMi 7 t1QJ4r r i J DIRT ROAD BUILDING How to r ak andrDo Away With Ruts roadtfuoucustom has been to excavate ditches with the road grader and throw all the material Into the center of the roadway thus making what is often called a turnpike The objection to this method is that the most important part of the roadbed the foundation is composed largely of soft mat rial which does not easily become consolidated A better way would be to remove entirely all sod from the por tions excavated and use it for filling covteredsays enginee South Dakota After the sod i moved the road grader can be prop erly used for carrying up the earth into the roadway and the entire road bed Is formed of solid material which in its future settlement is compacted uniformly and will be less likely to develop soft spots as would be the indiscrimIlnatelY a foot or two above the original surface to provide suitable drainage from the center of the roadway to the ditches and the crown of the road should be sufficient to allow the water from rainfalls to be quickly carried off A good road in order to stay good must be properly maintained and kept in good condition A very important feature of proper maintenance is that of keeping the ruts out by continual raking or dragging Whenever ruts are allowed to remain they will hold water from every rain which unless removed will soften the roadbed and result in chuck holes Injurious alike to the team the wagon and the driver The process of dragging smoothing and planing the road with one of the numerous styles of road drags now happily coming into use in many localities is so simple and inexpensive that there is no excuse for allowing any road to become rough and rutty through neglect Remedy For Bad Roads The remedy for bad roads it seems to me lies wholly with the men who own property along them Elect no man to the position of overseer does not understand how to make goo roads out of poor ones If there Is no such man In your neighborhood hire one from outside This is ninetynine times out of a hundred the wises- thing to do for the chances are that there is no man In the neighborhood who has had practical enough to make it safe to trust the wor to him says Eben E Rexford in the Outing Magazine for June He may have good sense good judgment all thatin short there may be th making of a good road builder in him but what you need is a man who is a good road builder a man who has got the trade already learned In other words you cant afford to wait for home talent to develop if the man who has developed his ability in that direc tion is procurable Have your road tax paid ii cash Secure a skilled man and let him assume responsibility for the work he undertakes If you do this you stand In a fair way to solve the problem of good roads Oil Roads In Illinois A most interesting experiment is be- Ing conducted in central Illinois near Springfield The state highway com mission Is making a test of oil on coun try roads While oil roads are no nov elty in many parts of the United States they are not known on the heavy black soil of central Illinois The top soil of tho road is being mixer with an asphalt oil to a depth of sir Inches What the results win be no one can predict but this may be the solu tion of the good roads problem In many parts of the Sucker State stone roads are out of the question With out the material near at hand the great prairie states cannot expect t have stone pikes as do some of the eastern states Good roads must be secured by drainage special care and possibly by the use of oil This experi ment will be watched with a great deal of interest Road Building Picnic Dont you people ever work the roads in this section1 asked an auto- mobilist as he pried the rear wheel of his machine out of a rut with a fence roil Work em Well I should say we do answered Uncle Charlie Seaver from the top ran of the fence Why we work these roads on th assess ment plan None of that money sys tem for us fellers Every farm is as sessed so many days work on th highway an after th farm work is all done an we aint nuthin else ter do we all turn out thirty or forty o us with plows horses picks shovels an hoes to work th roads I tell you its a picnic Work Why they make th dirt fly until they get tired Then we find some shady spot to rest eat our lunch drink some cider smoke an maby play a game or two of seven up An we call it a day Boulevard Between Pacific Coast Cities T H Bellingham former council man of Tacoma Wash has a plan for a TacomaSeattle water view boulevard which he is taking up with the Good Roads and other associations The road would run along a series of bluffs which afford wonderful site for n boulevard As for the practical plans it is believed that property owners would be glad to donate the rights of way The cost of construction would be met partially at least by pop ular subscription II t Put to Flight The baby in arms was screaming lustily and the man in the gray suit could not hide his irritability What on earth madam he splut tered do you mean by bringing such a howling brat into a public vehicle It Isnt a brat retorted the mother with natural Indignation And If Im any judge it doesnt howl half as much as you did at its age going by the looks of you IThe man in gray wriggled uneasily scrutinyI t pursued the infuriated female pointing at him See the monkeyponkey gorilla man what might take a first prize at a beau ty show for the orriblest face Baby hush or the ugly monkey man will But the sentence remained unfinished for the man in the gray suit had bolt Kd London Graphic Surf Birds That birds of the family termed surf birds In the Hawaiian Islands should leave that paradise of the Pacific to go and rear their young in the tundras of Alaska would seem to many an ex traordinary proceeding yet the turn stone and the black bellied plover and the Pacific golden plover make the long journey of about 4000 miles thith er annually Two Reasons You mustnt play with Mr Borums hat Bobby said a ybung lady who was entertaining a caller to her small brother Why mustnt I asked the young ster Because you might break it re plied his sister and besides he wiJlI want it shortly Her Great Memory The gift of memory was being dis cussed when Alice wisely said Mothers got a good memory She can remember things a heap further back than any of us children can Lipplncotts Prehistoric Little Girl Ive got a father and a muvver and a grandfather Old Gent And how old is yer grandfather Lit tle Girll dont know but weve had him a long time Advertise The speedy way to market a product newspadreach nil the world Waco TimesHer old Childrent24The will of the late Rt Rev Henry C Potter Protes tant Episcopal bishop of New York chilkestate to be divided equally among them There were no public bequests The value of the es giveneTHE NEWS by mail 25c a month You Cannot Answer These Questions 1 I1 bathing do you continue your knees and elbows one ata time when you can stretchout ina 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 laundry 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 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort andv health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the answer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of life J C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED Atcor itYoulli 11 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been r a steady growth from the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President 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 The WINNMARTIN GOAL 6 SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED r J I JOB PRINTING I Out facilities are the best in East ern Kentucky for turning out high class Job Work at reasonable pri ces Lawyers briefs and all kinds book work promptly and accurately attended to Give us a call and let us do- r some work for yout t The Winchester News INCORPORATEDa b WINCHESTER KY L JJr1 Il 1 I I Rlf l fPayP Eight THE WINCHESTER NEWS l r D1t Suffer wifi Indigestion I nd pay jtitimcessary doctors bill by allowing vourse and fainjlyvtu eat impure foods when the best can be la at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for yo inspection Fancy Prunes 12 I2cf 15c and 20c per bf Fancy Muir Peaches 15c JM 20c par lb f Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb tff We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week dal orders givon prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole a m1ts for FUrndellPura Foods cse fiSaiborn Coffees and Teas Prices gain anJ Sapge Red Cross Flour t Huylerj Candies Bells Flowers I c DFATS 1rsLula Willis MIs LuiSSsailis wife of Dl fe L Vilis dieOfclit her home in Lexing- In eA storm ell tioubitjj aged about 45 years lu fungal eKdcesf will be h lqWn tynth Christian Church Lax gton aSa uKuW aftcmoon 3 clock Mis Ulisi h sister of 1frEd aitsldi 4Ili Harvey Roderndf- rs JclugSuqin of this city and ounty Eesidosv these she has irother living iii clutbsh IPlorida Ir S H xitkill Dr Willis is a Brother to juplale Dr S W Willie f this f Mr J i Watts Mr JW2 Jatts aged 64 died at his horne on WSstj roadway Tours day nightnt about 0 oclock after a illness of jfchiec weeks of t3P hoi lever Besides lis wife who was Mrs ClifltGn1IganJ nee Adams leaves one daughter Mrs McEwan uf the county three brothers John WU Rand T 1tof Miilersbnrg also three sisters Mrs JT Black Mrs Wilson Lawrence and Mrs H F Bradley of trust city and couii ty 1 Mr Watts best known as Unc Jimmie has been in the employe the Winchester Railway Light an Ice Co in the ice department ever organizedmade many friends who will nth s him He was a faithful servant his o employers kind courteous and jlway5 obliging to his eustoemrs froIlhisSaturday Qctplber 31at two oelo k 1 m Services will be conducted by byEliJr fester Cemetery Following are the pall bearers lames Mullins Jl T Luman W M Oaskie J A Btwh AYm W Harding nd George W McKinney tr 1 OPERA HOUSE From the farm toa city mansion rom a rough qountry girl tot so tiety idol is a lojiET rft1 rind it tnke lIitl fSftto Ptttj lo properly eplct ttiotr rtolf coJtttci c t 1 i The fPojver cf Lpof if it thy1 bTsk to DcK itvr4 this t d ppr rayed m iff 1L bVJIc e thl favpr ihl a COrUM llQtl fliW teti g ilH hlCUJ rOI l 2tTt trt t iz t 1QSS MARIAN WEST fI vaitnsj lire nEhlic rt ino W ihclie5 nightettfnnm I1 pMiglas has surround e1 r iss West vin th an excellent sup i sting cojdaany The conmaiy carries a full com oment ufsccncryand popular pricc- 5 will make this production within the reach oft alt purses Reserve jiur seats nougat MartinCook drug sere j BEGINSTO 10VE J K Allaiiwhas begun moving his Ktock of gaods1rom the store room in the BrownProctoria Hotel to t Parrish building on JSTain street 7 J tiaM t t fl THE MARKETS i CATTLE STEADY INwr CINCINNATI MARKET CINCINNATI 0 Oct 29 R ceipis asd shipments of live stock it the ioihnaii Union StOCtVlll d tblay here p kittle Hogs Sheep Receipts r 592 5608 504 5biijinents 215 2320 Icattle Steady shippers i50 a 550 butcher steers extra 175 a1 iGO good to choice 4004G5 iommpn to fair 3005375 heifers xtra 425o450 to choice j335415 ieommoirto fair 200 LJtCS extra i375rt400 good 300a3G5 common to jiair iOn2S5 canners b100 0n200 bulls strong bdlognas 300 a350 extra 36O365 fat bulls 325375 milch cows good to eristronfej other grade steady Caves Active and strop 7 higher fair to good 6o6825 common and large 325775 Hogs Active strong lOc hiarher butchersjf590 i5Cui9lelightLand less 325440 Sheep Steady extra 3655 Sj375j good to choice 300360j common to fair 125275 Lambs Eeasy and slow ex trabe iriuojO guotl to choice 4b5Q 335 common to fair 37 5 fir 1 r5 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Oct 29CattleB oipts about 8000 Market weak Beeves 3155750 Texans 325o j 450 Westerners 3005585 stock ers and feeders 2505445 j co and heifers 1505525 calves 6005800 Hogs Rcctipts about 30000 Market 5c lower Lights i5155585 mixed 5355605 hcivy 535605 rough 535 355 good to choice heavy 555 505 pigs 3255480 bulk of sal 5805590 SheepReceipts ab 9000 Market lOc lower N Native 25O470 Western 250475 yearlings 450 n5 5 lambs 400 Q2G20 Western 4005615 REPORTS OF DAMAGE rtfELP WHEAT MAR 3HICAGO Oet 29 Additiona Qjvcpts of damage to titer Argentine iropvicausefl a sharp bulge in wheat nee on the local exchange lodiy u r ri Jlif the gain was subsequently ost on profit taking prices at the loc bing unchanged from vest lays final quotations Range of Futures The reacting futures ranged as follows f1 WHEAT Open High Die uew t 1 003S 1 0014 011ri Low CIr Dec new 9Pq x99 May L 1 083s 1 03V July 98 9 CORN vv Open i r Tec f L h 6334 i4 bifMhy ff o 63 14 63 July 6212 62 5i3 Low Close Dec 7v63 4 q 6 3d May v 6278 63 July 621 62 WIN HESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution the county is the Winchester Ro Alills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal t 1012tf Mohammedan Wisdom Among the Moliammedans the maintenance of children devolves exclusively on the father that mother is entitled to claim wages for nursing them The importance of erter teahhIn the most practical manner A JS OtEIKATEKIS CIIAWdSeveral Winchester Men Are Math Nobles of the Mystic Shrine LEXINGTON Ky Qct 30Orel left Temple Ancient Arnliir Ttfnltloe o the Mystic Shrine was given jti charter yesterday afternoon by Wil- Liam B Melisli deputy represent ing the Imperial Potentate of the Mystic Shrine for North America and following the election of officers a class of twentyfour novices wa initiated into the mysteries of the order 130 oclock yesterdayafter IAt the order to fall in was given crowd of two hundred Shiner and novices and a march was begun to the Auditorium where are work as put on the whole Caravan being escorted by an Arab Patrol of sixteen Shfmers and the Maccabee commarned Officers Reelected The selection of officers resulted in the reelection of ail totheir re spective positions except Mr YirpiJ Collis as Recorder and upon his declining to serve because of its conflicting with his business engage i meats Mr William M rent laselected Some of the Victims Among the candidates already accepted and who were on hand to take thr medicine yesterday after noon were J S Hutsell Winchester Ky C E Smith Winchester Ky Alvin F Young Winchester Ky lMAN HIRfD TO BRIBE CONFESSES THE GRIM Attempt is Made to Fix Jurymen ce r fcrnia htCase iSAN FRANCISCO Ca Oct 30 Standing in the shadow of the penitentiary with sentence about to passed upon him and ha ingsecn his beautiful yonng wife just led lira the court i loom hysterically cry nsr no no E A S Blake the con tractor c misted of attempting to bribe John M KeRr to qualify on tin jury to try Abraham Rue made t full confession in court He told how after he was rimes ed Frank J JIm phy Rucii3Esb ate counsel came to him and proms iced him 10000 if lie would kee quiet the amount in notes signed b Ruef ktvafter he was sentenced r Wife lp Be Provided For deelaesr 10out0 a was I peni tentiary Blake was called on to rise for sentence his young wife cried Not o n that and began to cob hysteri tally She was Ied from the room and after motions for a new trial dETe n oppdrtunitv to make a statement as to why sentence should not bc pro nounced This canto as a complete surprise to his counsel who were permiUed to withdraw from the case Blake Tells Story of Bribery itelAfterhe had not been promised immuni Blake told of being offered bv Attorneys A S Newburgh told J Mm pin of Ruefs counsel to in fluence J M Kelly a prospective jt ror to vote for the acquittal of line He first offered Kelly 3500 wlri lIva= si tesPredhIt was then brought out that New burgh hod secured the otorenys for Blakes defense Blake then toldg 8of lj000 and for his wife while he was in ells he would not make a confessi TIc stow told by Blake created u sensation in court and the case was continued for two reeks SaturdayssBloomfields It WALKS MANY MILES TO TEAllerM NASHVILLE Tehn Oct 30 The Vanderbilt football team left there this morning for Ann Arb Mich with Louis Hasslock as right guard Hasslock had been on duty at Reelfoot Lake with the militia boys who were guarding against night riders in that vicinity When grantedtteam he walked a distance of twen miles througha country infested traZedin and rode from there to the point where he joined his team e gRsiEo EOR TEf MURDER OF NOBLE Lexington Barber Named Simpson- is Accused of the Crime and Taken Into Custody asft held severed from his body and who head severed from his body and who print of Vic Bloc mficltl of Winched ter has been identified as Scipio J Noble of Breathitt county The first view of the Kenton county authori ties was that Noble had cominit c suicide but the coroner there has ev identlv changed his mird as he swore out a warrant yesterday charging Farris Simpson a former Ltxington barber with the crime of murder Chief of Polite K C Smith of Harrodsburg yesterday arrested him Detectives YoJ Saoiford and William Booth of the Coviusrton De partment arrived in Harrodsburg last night and will take Simpson to Covinirton this afternoon Detective Sanford Talks Detective Sanford says Simpson his told several conflicting stories One of these was that he last saw Noble on Seotember 14 The deice tive says his department has evi deuce that the pair were together on September 23 He says several men saw the pair leave Covington for La tonia on the latter slate The theory of the deteebtives is that Noble was first strut on the head with some blunt in strument and then shot with his own revolver the weapon found near the bony The holes in the skull Dclec live Sanford said indicated that Noble was shot while on his hands and knees as the bullet penetrated the top of the left side of the head and game out below the right temple The head in his opinion was cut off by the murderer but its separation wa due partly to the dissolution of th tissues and partly to the work o buzzards The body was found 600 or 700 yards from the Latonia corporation line in a laud ofravine about fete from the nearest driveway is a lonely spot and an ideal place for tin perpetration ofa crime as the place is seldom visited by any except hunters or wandering boys This is shown by the fact that No bles body lay for more than a mont before it was discovered Money is Missing The theory of murder Sanford said is further borne of the fact that all Nobles 1and papers 150 in money and 90 in notes and checks which it nown he had when he left Coving ton for Latonia were missing Onl 55 cents were found on the corpse Detective Sanford further said that the QllBcials had evidence tha Simpson andNoble had both been Drinking nreti3 freelY but that N ble was m4re under the inilueice his potations thru his companion Served Three Years With Army in Cuba JACKSON Ky Oct 29 Scipio Noble who was found dead at Cov ington was a son of G W Noble Sr He was home two months ao from three years service in the United stayedhereabout weeks ago stating that he intended to reenlist in the army He carried with him from here a 32calibre Smith tWesson special revolver about froFm to The boy was never accused ofriiiy canstlisftttorschsm1 n ge lls father now lives in Missouri aving moved there recently He had five brothers and seven sisters most living in this county and allo ood standing He has not been t heard from by his eople stiles rear acrdinnhad reen1istein the army Bargain Day For Saturday 10o Black and Tan Socks at 7cr itatGUESIS AT HOTELS BrownProctoria John Astern N Y V Tor Y W W Grimm Grand Rapids Mich F E Allum N Y Gus T Oleary 6xensboro J H Nichols N Y J0 Marshall Paris Ky 3rA S Gordon Cincinnati O H G Crow Louisville Ky W P Reid Mt Sterling Ky M S Miller fc M Litehehstein Cuicinnafi 0 tWP Lee DliSyilleKxj j AUDITORIUM HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE Saturday Night- OCTOBER fistPrize for most graceful skater and best masqued couple now on exhibition in Baldwin Bros1 window Unique costume 05 si ate book mos comical makeup t5 skate book Seven Lap Race BetweenuMonKey and Coon- CHILDRENS Masquerade Saturday ftarnoon from 2 to 5 p m 85 skate book for best masqued girl under 15 for best mss bookrElection Returns at Rink Tuesday Night Nov 3rd Skating TJutil 10 p m Returns until 1 p m Admission 50o SEcaiesf ree Winchester Opera House Monday Nov 2 WATKYNS DOUGLAS Presents Miss Marian West Supported by A Metropolitan Cast in tHe Soul Stirring Comedy Drama Powerfof Love PlayItA Full Scenic Production Prices 25c 35c 50c and 75c ridakY e Election ReturnsAT THE Opera IfoueON ghtoffrom 8 oclock until the result is known the management will give full election returns There will be a direct wire o operatorin Admission 25c Gallery lOc Lives Long Without Food A German scientist has found by ox periment that a butterfly can Uve for 17 davs without food TRAIN SCHEDULE l Passohger trains leave Wincheatar fI fOllowsro mNoNo 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p aNo 24 Daily 9 25 p m C O WEST BOUND mNomNotL N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 855 a m No 33 Daily U 59 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 p m No 31 Daily 1109 p m L N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 am pmNom m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 305 p m- No4 Daily 818 am L E WEST BOUND No I Dully Ex Sunday 912 am No3 Daily 520 v m Lexington Eastern Ry Co Time Card In Effect June 21 DOS o2 I1I1YIYLetiugton 2i 1 s 76Winchester Sc5 s18- L K lunction 320 16IClog City 3 QRIlSuntoa t68 ICIotnltoti Junction 4M Natural UddKO 435 tl t3 Torrent 447 B3AttyvUJe Junction 5ui rE7- ttho 5yl7 1145 O EJuucUou 605 11r ir Jackson 60 IN No1 05 HnnWESTt x P V 700O7mBttttyvUJeTorrent Oo1 34I 815 S28Campton 554C1City934WlncherwrAr Lexington 955 titti 1025 fTHE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MAD E DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E Junction 1raius Non and 3 will mike oounectiou with the C O By for Mt Sterling inniptun Junction Trains Nos 12 Sand 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for pnsseugcrs to and frem iampton Ky Mttyville Junction Trains No J and 4 will forBeaO K JunctionTrainaVos 3 and will con arc with the 0 K Railway for Caunel City Ky adway stations J E bAUK Qeueml Manager UAH SCOTT ti P A tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT JOUETT Atlcrneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEV JSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At law Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUH BUSH Lawr60 S Main St Winches rJ Ky DR W C WORTilKGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m j 2 to 3 p m and 7 to 8 p m INew phone 432 Residence 633r 51 H Main St Winchester Ky NOW Is thfe TimeI As this is an off year we are not over run with work lthughwe are able to furnish our help 10 hours workaday every day in the week We wish you would bring your work to us now while we cant easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves and custprners Do not wait until times get good and totpay more w your 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 atsoon after the holidayscDo not put it off because it is small We do not like small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself CincinnatiIorSpecifications SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and White Metal Castings I r We are agents for Structural Steel of aUjshajyes and SIzes Eagle CastingC9 E G CORNEDwLIGen l Manager t c f I