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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a1 i J4 4i t ALL fgE N 011j5lALL THE l + 1Lv Mr+ CIRCULATION WINCHESTER COUNTY r l VOL NO 23 t WINCHESTER KY NOVEMBER 6 1908 1 2 CENTS H COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK MORSE IS GIVEN FIFTEEN YEARS IN PRISON l 8 Spectacular Financier is Found Guilty in Federal Court and v M Slue a Prison Term j Special to The News JudgeivH9Bgh4in ttie United States Circuit Coif tEispiruing sentenced Char les W lllorabto fifteen yeas in pris r grantedJt isc to perfect an ap iTjjear tb the United States Circuit iCourt of Appeals His fellow de Y fehdaht Alfred Curtic had his sen- tencet suspended lov GChaIcs W Morse until a year ago a dominant I figure in the world of finance and Alfred H Curtis former r resident of 11 the National Bank of North America were found guilty in the criminal branch of the Unfced States circuit court on charges of misapplication of fundsand falsifying the books of the bank There was also the additional charge of conspiracy against the pris oners but the jury acquitted the men on this count Within five minutes of the time the jury had rendered its verdict Judge Hough refused to entertain aj motion for bail and had committed thevtwp bankers to the Tombs prison The federal statutes provide a minimum penalty of five years imprlson ment for falsifying the books of a bank and a penalty of tWQ years im J priscnment and 5000 fine or both A for misapplication cf funds No native but imprisonment is alterI for conviction cn the charge cf fying the bsoKs of the bank Tteimaximum penalty on this juryrecommended tis but made no recommendation in the case of Mr lIorseIThe scene in the courtroom was a dramatic one Mrs Morse and Mrs Curtis has remained in the courtroom nearly the entire day awaiting a verdict Mrs Curds showed signs 9 C W MORSE ANew York Financier Convicted of T Violating Banking Laws ri numOberreturned to the courtroom to receive Instructions on the manner in which the conspiracy charge should be con sidered Mrs Morse broke down and sobbed It was evident by rte exoltement of court attendants some minutes be fore the jury filed In with a verdict that a decision had been reached and the news was quiC ly communicated to the Ittincipais 1 the case This gave fiIriilorse andMr Curtis time to prepare themselves and to speak words oaf encouragement to their wivesA croyd had hurried into the courtroom to hear the verdict As the doors leading to the jury room were thrown open silence fell upon the crowd It could be seen from the solemn faces of the jurors that ah important verdict was to be delivered Foreman John Elder responding to- the customary question of the court clerk read the verdict Mr Morse and Mr Curtis stood before the jury while Mr Elder was reading the verdict We have agreed upon a erdict in the case of both defendants said the foreman in a subdued voice On the charge of conspiracy we find f them not guilty A look of relief came to the faces of the prisoners i f t I I 1 zst9 p tJ LARGEST IN v AD C FAR f tiI 4ITE Vs f 1 iTTCHARLESWI ieiir JB 7 f i 1IrJ f Dank we find both defendants guilty Ot the charge of making en tries in the books of the bank we lid both defendants guilty In the case of Alfred H Curtis the jury wishes to make a strong recommen dation to the mercy of the court A stifled sob of relief escaped Mrs Curtis as she heard the recommen dation of mercy for her husband Mr Curtis took the verdict like a stoic but Morse was unable to conceal the disappointment he felt while his wife showed no signs of emotion She kept her eyes op her husband seemingly forgetting herself and being concerned only on his account JUDGE HARGIH WILL FILED PROBATED Entire Property is Left Undivided and Son and Daughter Are Cut Off JACKSON Ky Nov GThe will of the late Judge James Hargis was roduced in the Breathitt County Court and duly proved and probated oefore Judge S S Taulbee The wit lesses to the execution of the will are Floyd Day now administrator of the Hargis estate and Judge J J C Bach the attorney who prepared it The willis dated June 5th 1906 and by its provisions bequeaths all of the property of Judge Hargis of every HurIfrom the estate Neither does Mrs Evelyn Hogg the only daughter of Judge Harods By an order of the Coiutty Court Floyd Day was discharged as administrator and all property and funds of the estate turned over to Mrs Hargis ESCAPES i DEATH BY A NARROW MARGIN Ben Quinn a Painter is Nearly Run Over By a C 0 Train Ben Quinn a painter and uphol sterer of this city had a narrow es cape from losing a iinb at the Union Depot last nigHt Quinn it is d was drinking and had pot on the C O train to see a friend who was Passing through here and after the train had started he at tempted to get off and his foot struck a switch throwing him downOne of his feet slipped back under the wheel of the moving train and the heel of his shoe as torn off and his heel badly br wised and cut Dr Shirley was summoned and dressed his wound and no serious results are expected Kftt IS DEFEATED BY 000 PLURALITY Latest Returns Indicate a Victory For Bryan inState By Eleven Thousand LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 6More complete returns from the State indicate that Bryan has carried Kentucky by a plurality aprpxiinately 11000 This is likely to be increased slightly by the officialcount The Republicans have elected their candidates for Congress in the Ninth Tenth ana Eleventh Districts Ivehoa Democrat in the Ninth is defeated by Congressman Bennett by a plurality in excess of 600 JURY IS DISCHARGED The jyxit of forcible detainer that was sworn out against W H Huls who runs the Court View HoteLby V W Bush representing W H Lohm yer of St Louis who claims to be the owner of the hotel was dismiss ed in Judge Evans court this afternoon On motion the jury was in structed to find a verdict forha de feildnntI sv n n I k t T t MARYLAND WILL DIVIDE t ITS VOTE I Leaders of Both Parties Claim Vic Victory Will Be Very i Small f New York Nov GThe membership of the electoral college which will choose the next president cf the United States remained in dispute when the official counters in Mary land abandoned their task for the day According to the best information obtainable the numbers of Republican and Democratic electors will be determined a division of Marylands eight Half of the city of Baltimore votesI of the 23 counties outside of are still to be counted but there is a strong indication that the states vote will be split In any event the margin of victory will be so small that the state Is claimed by the leaders cf both parties Though the split ting of astates electoral vote is unusual it will be recalled that in 19U Maryland elected one Republican anS seven Democratic electors Missouri appears to be safely for Taft to whom the latest returns give a plurality cf 2371 Conceding Missouri to Taft and betweenshimRepublican electors assured and 156 Democrats Latest congressional returns indi cate that the next congress will be composed of 216 Republicans and 175 Democrats a majority for the Republicans of 41 The returns for the Socialist and Prohibition parties are till far Prom complete but indicate that the hopes of the Socialists have not been real ized and that the Prohibitionists in certain sections where gains have been expected have been disap pointed Tile figures for the Inde pendence party vote are also insufficient to give an accurate idea of what the party accomplished Outside of the returns political interest was engaged in the exchange of messages of congratulation arid thanks between Mr Taft and Mr Bryan a statement by Mr Bryan in which he sets forth his determination to continue his work for the good of all in the capacity of a private citi zen and the announcement by Mr Sherman that it cost him just 28001 to be elected vice presid IltIMarylands Vote Ja Divided Baltimore Nov GThe official canvass of Tuesdays vote vas begun in Maryland and completed in 21 of the 23 counties outside of Baltimore city In Baltimore it was but half finished when the board of canvassers suspended its labgrs Until this count is competed the result will remain in doubt In some coun ties there was a wide difference in the vote on presidential electors on both tickets which made the situation more complicated It is gener ally conceded however that Mary lands vote in the electoral college will Ve spli- tCHINA FEELS SHE HAS BEEN SLIGHTED Wanted the Whole Fleet Not Squadron Peking Nov 6 Although the American squadron has left Amoy the matter of them presence at the southern port has not been more than mentioned in Peking Officials are silent and the Impression of general humiliation at the fact that only a squadron came instead of the whole fleet can not be concealed The mea gerness of the reply of the foreign board to Admiral Sperrys message of congratulation on the birthday of the dowager empress also has attracted attention and it is clear that the throne has been indifferent to the whole affair There are people also who point to the fact that Amoy has had a severe storm while the weather in the north has been beautiful and clear as an evidence of the mistake of the authorities in selecting Amoy as a port of call In short it is gen erallyrealized and declared in Peking that the coming of the squadron and not the main fleet will have an un favorable effect upon present relations WellKnown Scientist Dies Washington Nov 6 Professor Otis T Mason head curator of the department of anthropology of the national museum and the eldest sci entist of that institution died here ac t11 vTit rt paralysis He was 70 lurtis t ii r S LAID TO REST IAT OLD HOME Remains of Mr DVVan Arsdale Are Brought From Georgia r tj The remains of Mr D W Van pgihesinted suicides at Macon Ga Tuesday morning were laid to rest at his old home in Harrodsburg Thm morningThe of Mr Van ArsdalcTs rashact is not definitely known but it is thought that it was due to ill health jMr Van Arsdale was in bad health for n few months during the summerandspeuta few weeks at his home iii this city where he was under the care of physician He returned to Georgia v and it is said that he en joyed perfect tstealth until a day or two before he killed himself i v sHis oldest son who was working with him in Georgia and occupying the same apartments in a boarding house said that on Tuesday morn ing his father arose about 5 oclock and said that he was not feeling good and went to the bath room to get a pitcher of water x Nothing serious was thought of his illness at the time by the son and he went back to sleep Later on in the morning when he rose he found that his father had not re turned and at once went to the bath room to see if his father was there The door was locked from the inside and on looking over the transom he found his father lying with his face downward dead and a revolver by his side He lord evidently placed the barrel of it in his mouth as it is said that his mouth was powder burned on the inside The ball ranged upward and come out the top of his head Mr Van Arsdale belonged to one of the largest and most respected families in Mercer county and has a numer oiiciidstivhotii11 egret to hear of his tragic end Mr Lee Todd secretary of the Hagan Gas Engine Company and jVIr Tobin of the Natural Gas Company of this city attended the funeral t IWISEMAN IS HELD TO ANSWER Examining Trial Concludes and Judge Evans Refuses Bail The examining trtttlof ilenry Wiseman the farmer who iti al leged criminally assaulted l his fifteen yearold stepdaughter hear this city about three weeks ago was finished in Judge Evans court this morning After hearing the evidence Judge Evans refused to Wiseman bail and he was sent back to jail to await the action of Circuit Court CANVASSES RET RNS The Clark County Election Committee met in the County Clerks office Friday morning and canvass ed the vote of the county The offici al vote is as follows For President Bryan 2525 Taft 1859 Prohibitionist 25 For CongressDaviS 2496Lang ley 1866 Prohibitionist 125 SERIOUS Gharles Yilta plumber while working at the house being erected by Sid Elkin on Main street Wednesday stuck a nail in his fot H e isnow confined to the house Jilu serious condition KICKED BY HORSE Fred Peyton the fiveyearold son of Mr P M Peyton was kicltedbY a horse Thursday night Sis upper lip was badly cut arid seripus internal injuries were at first feared Dr Bushwas called in The little fellow was much better Friday morning r The Wifes Refuge If It wasnt for telling their hus bands not to smoke too much and not to eat so fast what would wives door conversation with their husbands Atchison GI0ba1 rrJI I 1 i I I l 1 J4y Centraland PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT MAY BE T SENATOR FROM EMPIRE STATE Is lleillp Mentioned as Successor to Senator PlattIntimate Frads Declare that He Accept the Position Special to The lfews- WAfHINGTON DC Nov 6 Prebident Roosevelt has been mentioned again as the successor toSen ator Platt whose term as Senior Senator from New York expires next March Senator Platt has already announced that he will not ANOTHER DEMOCRAT WINS IN OHIO Chairman Farley Claims Election of State Treasurer by Fifty Thousand Majority Special to The News 0oy GChair- man Farley of the De cr tic State Central Committee claims the election of Creamer over Greene the Repub lican candidate for State Treasurer by fifty thousand majority basedon the revised returns from fiftytwo counties Vv EARTHQUAKE IN GERMANY Violent Shcck This Morning Terrifies the Inhabitants Who Flee Speciah to The News tPLAVEN Germany Nov tiA rranhabitants were terrified and fled from their huuses to the streets and many even left the town Houses were shaken and thunderous rumblings of the earth were he rdiANNOUNCES AGAINST SPEAKER JOE CANNON Congressman Charles N Fowler Will Be Candidate in New Congress I NEWARK N J Nov GCon gressman Charles N FowlerX of the Fifth New Jersey District has an nounced his for Speaker of the House of Representatives succeed Joseph G Cannon of Illinois Mr Fowler is Chairman of the Banking and Currency Committee of the National House and was the author of one pf the currency measures before Congress last year some of the provisions of whichwere incorporated in the bill whichwas fin ally enacted into law AFTER FORAKER Burton Begins His Canvass For Sen ator A Vorys and Charles P Taft Also in the Run = ning CLEVELAND Nov GCougress man Burton has begun an active canvass for election to the Senate to succeed Foraker Fourteen mem bers elect from this county have pledged themselves to him today Arthur I Vorys and Charles P Taft are the other candidates Rare Musical Treat Mr Charles Scott manager of the Lexington Opera House where the Dunsmure Opera Company played Thursday night sent the following telegram to Mr S Dinel li Friday afternoon The Dunsmure Opera Company- is one of the best singing organiza tions ever played iFmy theatre Urge our people to see It will be a rare musical treat Mellowed by Tribulation It has done me good to be somewhat parched by the heat and drenched by therain ot life r I 4 I r l t t is tw- r t r r WlTHEfiU Fair Tonight and Saturday iJ 1rVRNRN FRIDAY AND proportionate ACCIDENT Would COLUMBUS V candidacy rigfejlow be a candidate for reelection on acv count of his advanced age Intimate friends of the President declare that Roosevelt would ac cept A precedent is found fqraO cepting such position in the coun trys past history John Qninuy Adams after retiring from this great office served for manyyeI in the House of Representatives RECEIVES GAS ENGlNEti ORDER FROM JAMiA- t Hagan Gas Engine Company is Now Employing Forty Men The Hagan Gas Engine Company received an order this morning from the Jamaica Islands for a t oIhorse power gas engine This the second order that the comuany has received from that place in the last few weeks I The company is now employing J forty men and they say that if busi ness continues to pick up like it has the past few days since the election they will have to double their force- in order to keep up with the orders 30000 SPENT ON IPIKES IN BOURBON Report For the Year Made to Fiscal Court By the Supervisor PARIS Ky r Nov 6The Bourbon Fiscal Court met today in monthly session with Judge Denis Dundonapresiding and the full board of mag ristrates present Turnpike Eupervisor C A Redmon4 k read his report for the month of Oct tober which showed that much prog ress had been made during the sum t mermonths in the reconstruction and renair of the countys Toads l v The amount expended this year 011 the countys roads will approximate a 30000 and for the past three earnK a total ofnearly 80000 Supervisor Redmon says the roads are one niundred per cent better thajj they were three years ago and that the work of reconstruction will go on uninterrupted till the entire 300 miles of turnpike will be recnostructed with s rolled macadam BUY 100000 POUNDS V OF EQUITY TOBACCO Mt Sterling Men Pay 12 to 4 Cents and Will Keep it in the Pool l l MT STEDLING Ky N6v6i J MBiggerstaff aria M O Cockreil have puichased from their ienaiits about 100000 pounds of 1907 totac co now in the pool at prices ranjg ing from 12 to 14 cents and will keep it in the Society FOUR MINERS ENTOMBED j Benton Nov GAn explosion at the mine of Colonel W P Bond 10 miles west of Benton wrepked the main shaft and as a resultfourshotf firers are entombed AvorS Has Just reached here that the mine of Joseph Leiter of Zeigler in Franklin county is on fire So terrific was the explosion that a car and pieces of railroad track wee hurled from the bottom to tie top of the shaft more than 600 feet demol ishing a steel tipple It is impossible l to reach the firers and their fate is unknown A large force of men is trying to clear away the wreckage but the work is proceeding s uwly T Unless the men are reached soon they will suffocate The names of the entombed miners are George Reed Patrick Dailey Perry Stevens and John Holmes No workmen are in the Leiter mine t at Zeigler which is burning but sey eral mules are within The main arid airshafts have been plugged in anef i fort to smother the fire Big boom is prophesied ifi SfohTancT steel fa rf iti I L J j I NIIw j i p ni Twoi t THE WINCHESTER NEWS I y 2 hu cannot Answer These Questions l 1Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out in a full bath tern percd to suit you and can do so r every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have i- trat hand for the turning ofafaucet tt t r vlL3 Why take chances on drinking germ fille cistern vvat I er when you can get it from a 4arge reservoir filtered through ih best filter plant South of the Ohio River v t I C r At Maple and Evenue will tell all about it via the shat e ofnew phel h make your store more nt I i tijvdlve to buyers You can obtain all the raaifci ials ie tquitccl allieitlivtaL p it td ether without trouble Ve also c liiffull line of- sishcsr dp or mouldings anrl nil 7u JiWe havent Just vwJiat ypu want well set it for voti It P 4 INDIAN HERO t Prize Story by Fifteen Year Old Dat troit Boy t HI hi hi yelled the redskinned hunters as they came speeding over the sparkling cataract in their ten canoes Far away in the south were f the squaws and old men awaiting the return of these braves with meat to last them in times of famine The Indians landed a little below the cata ractas night was almost upon them A blazing fire was made and a chunk of venison sizzled over it Aft- ern they had eaten they sat around the campfire smoking They were as JHe Aimed at the Snakes HeadI silent as the night around them the pipes needed refilling one by dne the wti red men filed into their tepees to get a few hours rest All slept well but one That was t Tawko a boy on his first hunting t trip The day before he had fright aged away a herd of deer through his clumsiness Tttakwa the chief and Tawkos father beat him for it and t had passed when by the dim light of the fire Tawko saw a large rattle snake glide into his fathers tepee In a second he grabbed a gun and was running to save Makwas life He saw the rattler crawling toward the mans face Its head was already poised to strike Tawko aimed his 4at the snakes head He knew wen that if he missed fire his fathers life would not be worth much Crack r Tawko stood there his nerves pitched to the highest tension waiting until the smoke cleared away He then J saw a wonderful sight His father f was standing up looking in amaze 111 ment at the snakes headless body wriggling at his feet C iTawko was a hero after that His t iifatber praised him much and bought him a gun a much better one than he The proud boy kept the snakes and it brought him much luck He seemed in years later to bear a charmed life which his tribe de clared waS caused by his keeping of this skinCharles Smart in Detroit Free Press NEWS by carrier lOc a week iJ r 4Why have a dry dismal havebyit 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 vou can have Everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer inot lack of money but lack of economy and indifference to getting the most out of life F ATTERSALL Superintendent ln hesfer Water Works Co u1ISCCRPORATSDcor Street Lexington you arerA THANKSGIVING OUTFIT willer itli J SCOBEE SON CO INCORPORATED iAN 1C onlytVhentthefire 100k9dJ frskin KTHE andenterprise ACROBATIC SKELETON How Yoy Can Amuse and Mystify YCUP FriendsIWhich is certain cause much as tonishment if well arranged beforehand Get a piece of board about the size of a large school slate and have it painted black The paint should be what is known as a dead color without gloss orbrightness v Sketch out the figure of a skeleton on a piece of cardboard and arrange it after the manner of a jumpingjack so that by holding the figure by the head in one hand and pulling a string with the other the figure will throw up its legs An Amusing Trick and arms ia most ludicrous manner Make the connection of the arms and legs with black string and let the pulling string be also black Then tack the skeleton by the head to the black board The figure having been cut out must be painted black to match the board Now to perform Produce the board directs the Philadelphia Ledger show only the side upon which there is nothing Request that the lights be lowered slightly and take up your position a little way from the audience With a piece of white chalk make one Or two attempts to draw a figure rub out your work as being unsatisfactory and turn the slate round The black figure will not be perceived on account of the board being the same color Rapidly touch the edges of tfie cardboard figure with chalk filling up the ribs etc at leis ure taking great care that nothing moves while the drawing is progress intoThen manipulate your fingers in front of the drawing and command it to become animated when by secret ly pulling the string attached to the skeleton with your foot it will of course kick up its legs and throw its arms about to the astonishment of the company A little soft music from the piano will greatly assist the illu sion ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS s FEW ELOPEMENTS IN MEXICO Law Against Top Youthful MarI1 t Most Strictly Enforced the Republic Not long since while in San Antonio Tex I stopped at a hotel in the parlors of which occurred very pretty and romantic wedding said Mr E V Turner of Memphis Tenn at the Stafford V The principals were a young Mexican of great wealth and high social position anda beautiful young woman of the same nationality They had traveled over 1000 miles to get married in the United States for owing to the rigid laws of their own land they were not able to wed at home The reason was the brides youthfulness She was only 17 and in Mexico unless the fair ones parents and guardians agree no priest dare join in wedlock if the woman be under 21 In the sister republic they punish severely for arty infraction of this statute and hence runaway marriages are of the most unusual occurrence Balti more American THE MODERN CHILD IPlease maam is your son Jimmie- In 1 Why yes are you one of his lit tle friends Yesm Im his fiancee COLD STORAGE OF EGGS A comparative test of the Am rri can plan of freezing eggs to preserve them with the method of treating with lime has been made by a scien tific French experimenter The re frigeration process is pronounced hygienically superior At low temperature even when continued sev eral months there is no perceptible change in the taste or properties of an egg the yolk retains its position instead of falling to the lower end as in lime preservation and the only littlebgreater whiteness It is necessary however to keep the temperature about two degrees Fahrenheit below freezing point with the hygrometer as near 78 degrees as possible TO PACK EGGS FOR WINTER Egg are expensive in winter and thoughwe pay high prices for fresh eggs they are usually fresh from cold storage Here is a method of packing your own I Get fresh eggs just laidalong about the last of September Take a fourgallon earthenware jar put a twoinch layer of salt in the but tom then stand each egg with small end Gown in the salt until the bot tom is filled Then keep on filling till jar is full Do not addany more salt for it will harden and the eggs will break in getting them out The salt that is used is only for the foundation LIKES THE SIMPLE LIFE The duchess of Marlborough is said to have inherited many of her good qualities from her mother who is really fonder of the simple life than of the round of social duties withwhich she has always been con nected She has a fine sense of humor but is never satirical and consequently her friends are generally good friends HOLD WITTE IN RESERVE Count Sergius Witte is not only no longer at the helm of the Russian government but stands almost alone even in the council of the empire Nevertheless a strong feeling prevails that Count Wittes day is not done but that he will be recalled in the first emergency JUST TO FOOL OSLER 1 find that it is quite common for- mehto dye their hair over here on the East side said the woman who lives there and not from motives of vanity either Old grayhaired men cant get any work to do ov- erhereN Y Press PROCESS OF MAKING DOLLS Important Industry That Is Conducted- In the German Town of Weimar Consul Will L Lowrie of Wet mar furnishes the following infor mation concerning the different stages by which dolls are manufac tured in that important German city He says Only the assembling of the vari ous parts of the dolls painting the bodies arms and legs and sticking on the wigs is done at the factory Each figure passes through about 20 hands before it reaches completion the raw material being taken to the homes of the work people and then returned to the fact ryrlhe work is all specialized and each time a new process takes place in the evolu tion of a doll it is done by certain employes who are more or less ex perts Bodies are made mostly of paper although kid is also used ex tensively They are molded at the homes or stamped out in heavy iron molds at factories devoted entirely to this feature All sizes of dolls are made from a few inches in length to more than three feet The hair is Angora wool from England which also supplies the rubber elas tics stretched to keep the arms and legs in place Styles change each year and the manufacturers must keep in touch with the modes ABOUT VEGETABLES It is safe to say that it is rather a new discovery that vegetables are en dowed with qualities which are transmitted to those who feedupon the kindly fruits of the earth These qualities are physical moral and in tellectual If we desire to develop the reasoning powers and to endow the equilibrium of the mind with calmness and concentration we must eat potatoes hut we must at the same time remember that overindul gence in that succulent root may produce apathy and indifference Carrots produce good temper and are strongly recommended to peevish and bilious people French beans the haricot vert of our French friends lead to daydreaming and artistic thoughts and sentiments andno better food for authors and journal ists can be found Badys Pictorial Honesty In Others The average man says the Philosopher of Folly regards honesty as a ttiag he cannot afford to have his neighbojs be without Peoples State Bank CAPITAL S100000t agojustion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been ourdepositors s enroll new names every week We want yours You are coLPFiitcd to open an account with us Per t sonal attealoj to all business J M HCUGKIN Cashier J l BRQuift President L B COCKRELL Vice President Worth Thinking Over We have a large aid complete line of Ladies and Gents Gold and Gold Filled Watches During the month of November we are going to offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS purchasingyou are thinking of buying a Watch come in and let us talk it pver with you Dont wait till the last hour to make your selection Come in and pick it out let us engrave it and put it aside for you Baldwin BrosJEWELERS AND OPTICIANSI STATE OF REAL SLAVERY iIN Are Convicts in the Turpentine Camps of Louisiana LAKE CHARLES La Nov Anplicatiou for a writ of habeas cor pus was made yesterday to Judge Boarman of the Federal Court YoII Patterson of Orange byjl who seeks release from a turpentine camp where he was sent by the State district court here on a six months sentence for selling liquor without li censePatterson alleges that convicts are brutally treated and unmercifully floggedand that at least one has died as a result of whipping by theIguards He charges that the tem of leasing convicts by parish authorities is one of virtual slavery IA number of affidavits from former theapphcaIhone To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0 as we have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I am sure our quick service and politeness will bring you back The quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctorlaBOTH Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager HUJrf IruIJntI AI THE Clark County National Bank MXIN STREET t IWh1ehta1f Itantueky Capital 200000Surplus 100000- UndividedProtits3a000 istheoityCollections made on nil points and your ao counts soltcltel TOMAS ESTRADA PALMA NOT EXPECTED TO LIVE LONG IF SANTIAGO Cuba Nov oMTom as Estrada Palma the first President of the Cuban republic who has been seriously ill for some days is not expected to live Uncle Jerry What they call honor Is a mighty curious thing observed Uncle Jerry wouldIgambling debt and he still owes the preacher that married him 27 years ago I READ THE NEWSt tI lif you want all the news of Winchester read the Nesi r you want all the news of Clark County read the News If you want all the news of the Stat and Nation read the News i T1 In short you will find all the news as in any pother daily in your home paper THE WINCHBS TER NEWS f READ THEWINCHESTERNEWSIINCORPORATED Y j 0 i f- I 1 f I tt 4V Ny I b f 3Aa i srr THE WINCHESTER NEWS i n Page Three K Hot Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALLSAY rbut we want YOU to come alsothen you l willsay it too Nothing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steaming rt hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Coffee at our fountain Martin Cook Drug Company RUFUS RASTUS f JOHNSTON BROWN fWHAT YOU GOING TO DO THE SNOW COMES WHENi GUARgNl F V N HE BUY A HEATER F- ROMI3USH ON THE CORNER 1ti The Capitol of the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXEDPAINT Doesnt this seem to show that it would be a good paint for you to use Seed fox Sample Cards Baber Reeves No 9 E Broadway RAWLINS RACKET STORE 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 Best line in town T C RAWLINS r E I Gra ForI a I Stationaryand Paints II Toilet Articles I I 1 1 r IWinchester Drugco1 I- Isad = oRJTHE NEWS by mail 25c a month THE SUNDAY SCflO L Lesson VIFourth Quarter For Nov 8 1908f THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES text of the Lesson II Sam xviii 2433 Memory Verse 33Golden Text Prov xvii 25Commentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1008 by American Press Association In the last lesson we left David fleeing from Absalom because of the re bellion but It was still manifestly true the Lordpreserved David whitherso ever he went viii G 14 The counsel jAhithophel who left David to join Absalom was as if a man had in anIswerturn the counsel of Ahithophel into foolishness God saw fit to do it through Hushai Davids friend xv 31 34 37 xvi 23 xvii 14 There is thelwordsgeneraItiOl1Sour privilege to rest in the assuranceIof the all things of Rom Cor iv 15 and to take even the cursing of a Shimei xvi 5 12 as per mitted by God to show His power in due time and change the curse to a blessing See the sequel fb this event in chapter xix 16 20 If we would have perfect rest we must believe firmly that the Lord is roundabout His people as the mountains as a hedge as a fire and that nothing can pos sibly come through without His per mission not even the barking of a dog Ex xi 7 The phrase Davids friend xv 37 xvi 16 reminds us of Abraham the friend of God II Chron xx 7 Isa xli 8 Jas ii 23 and of our Lords words I have called you friends John xv 15 Why not be more worthy of such a royal friend The friendship of this world is enmity with God and it is impossible to be a friend of the world and of God too Jas iv 4 The man ner of Ahithophels going out of this world 17 23 has grown to be the common thing in our day not hanging but the taking of his own life another indication that the return of the King draweth near Mahanaim where Shobi and Machir and Barzillai met David and his people with so much kindness makes us remember the kindness of God to Jacob in some of the dark days and that we too have the ministry of angels as well as of visible friends xvii 27 29 Gen xxxii 2 Our lesson chapter opens with the going forth of Davids army under Joab Abishai and Ittai with the words of David ringing in their ears Deal gently for my sake with the young man even with Absalom verse 5 The armies met and Davids followers were victorious There was a great slaughter of Absaloms followers and Absalom himself was slain miserably by the hand of Joab and thrown into a pit and covered with a heap of stones 17 His beautiful head of hair was seemingly his ruin verse 9 chapter xiv 26 How often it is that what one prizes most be comes the undoing of such a one Pride of any kind always leads to a fall David was prevented from going out With the army the people saying that it would not matter if half of them died but that David was worth ten thousand of them verse 3 so he re mained in the city and sat between the two gates to wait and watch for tid ings while the watchman went up to the roof over the gate that he might see afar off and advise the king David hoped for good tidings but it must have been with a sorrowful heart and some forebodings The two prominent words in our lesson verses watchman and tidings suggest to uc many things and give us a whole study in themselves Because of a well beloved Son given for us the only begotten Son of God the angel said to the shepherds Behold I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all people Luke il 10 but the majority of those to whom the good news has come seem not to care whether others hear or not The lepers outside of Samaria put us to shame who said in the midst of plenty while others were perishing We do notwell this day is a day of good tid ings and n hold our peace A common question asked by those who hear for the first time of the won drous love of God as to how long we have known it and why we did not come sooner to tell their friends who have died without hearing ought to search us to the very Heart Do we believe the cry of the watchman The morning cometh and also the night and as we think of Israels blindness what about obedience to the command in Isa xl 9 margin Alas there are many who like Ahlmaaz the son of Zadpk insist on running but have no tidings and therefore their running is in vain The message is plain but we must receive it before we can run and tell it See Hab ii 2 Make it plain that he may run that readeth itII not as often quoted that he that run may readwhich is not in the Scrip ture We see in our lesson the grief of a loving fattier over the untimely death of a wayward son and our hearts are touched by the cry of the broken hearted father What about the heart of God as He gave up His only Son the holy one to become a sacrifice for our sins a sin bearer a curse for us Let each one say bearing my sins In His own body on the tree Might he not say to us- a He beholds our indifference Is it nothing to you all ye that pass by Ir u GREATEST EXHIBITION ON TUBERCULOSIS TO BE SHOWN Will Be Opened In New York on November 15th and Will Have Exhibits From Fifteen Different Ccnntries NEW YORK Nov 6ByNoem ber 15th the greatest exhibition on tuberculosis that has ever been gath ered will be opened to the public in New York City The exhibit which formed part of the recent Interna tional Congress on Tuberculosis will be shown under the auspices of the Tuberculosis Committee of the Char ity Organization Society and the De partment of Health The exhibition consists of charts photographs maps models diagrams and all sorts of paraphernalia that have to do with the prevention study or treatment of tuberculosis Exhibits are shown from 15 different countries and from 200 associations and individuals All in all the exhibition includes nearly 5000 units It will take 50000 square feet of floor space and 110000 square feet of wall space for the display of the xhibitim Ten special cars and- over 1200 packing cases are requir ed to transport it Three Weeks Stay During its three weeks slaY in Washington this exhibit was viewed by fully 200000 people The exhibit of the Charity Organization Society which forms but one small unit of this entire exhibition has been viewed by over a halfmillion people in New York City From these figure and a comparison with the attendance of similar exhibitions it is estimated by the authorities in charge of flan pres lent exhibit that probably over a mil people will see this educational display while it is in New York City Exhibit is Unique The exhibit at it will be shown in onlylinits kind ever gathered together but also because this demonstration col lected for a purely educational pur pose is used to illustrate the dangers of only one disease The entire exhi bition publishes and carries but one message that consumption can be cured and that the cure for the disease is fresh air rest and wholesome food These simple facts are em phasized in every conceivable way Charts and diagrams show the fearful ravages of tuberculosis in various parts of the world In the German exhibit a series of small TORTOISE SHELL The Way the Plates Are Removed From the Animal The comb of tortoise shell has a very pale and translucent yellow the only really valuable kind of shell Many people think this pale un mottled shell the cheaper kind the dealer said Dp you know why Because the Imitations are all made like thisThat Is one vulgar error about shell Another is that the tortose is killed to get Its shell casino That is as absurd an error as it would ba to say a sheep was killed to get its wool What Js done is this The fisher men having caught a tortoise tie him and then cover his back with dry grass and leaves They set Ore to this stuff It burns slowly and the heat causes the thirteen plates of the shell to loosen at the joints With a knife the plates are pried off and afterward the tortoise Is set free The base or rout or his shell Is intact and will grw again If tortoises were killed ic get their shell they would long since haw become extinctIuNoono Every tortoise Is as it were farma shell farm Fishermen catch him regularly and with heat aid- a knife gently remove his shell New Orleans TimesDemocrat COLORS IN THE OCEAN Various Causes For the Different Tints of the Water Sky and cloud colors are often re fleeted in the sea but Just as the air has its sunset glory so water has its changing tints quite apart from mere reflectionOlive brown lines in the waves off the coast come from the muddy sediment washed from the shore as blues arise chiefly from reflected sky But there are many other colors in the ocean On almost every long voyage at sea spots of reddish brown color are noticed at one time or another When a few drops of the discolored water are examined under a micro scope myriads of minute cylinder shar ed algae are seen bone separate some Joined together in scores Itis this organism sometimes called sea eaw dustwhich has given the name to the Red sea although It also abounds In other waters Sometimes the wa ter far from land will be seen to be of a chocolate hue for an extent of Iev eral miles and this Is caused by mil lions upon millions of minute one cei ed animals which lash themselves along each on his erratic individual i course by means of the finest of hairlike threw of ciUa Ptarioaf t t painted wooden pillars and blocks of different heights demonstrate the comparative mortality from cousump tion in various groups of the people The United States Census Bureau shows the deaths from tuberculosi in a unique way indicating by a flnsh qf electric ligth that someone is dy ing from tuberculosis in the United States every two minutes and thirty six seconds 23 every hour and 5iS every dayiTreatment of Disease Some of the most interesting cx hibits are those showing the treatment of tuberculosis One fact L emphasized however in every sana torium shackor dwellinghouse offered as a means of treating con sumption and that is that the patient must have an abundance of fresh air Everyt shown is designed to give a maximum amount of fresh air to the patient both day and night Balconies houses tents and groups of buildings of every sort show this phase of the campaign against tuberculosis Gospel of Fresh Air The numerous means employed to spread the gospel of fresh air rest and wholesome food are shown in pamphlets books phonographs and small exhibits Hundreds of tons of literature are being prepared for free distribution at the coming exhibition Everyone who attends will be able to receive information on any side of the tuberculosis problem inany of the American or European languages Among the individual exhibits which will be shown in New York are eight which recently received from the International Congress on Tuber culosis prizes ranging in value from 1000 to 100 Besides these 44of the exhibits to be shown were recipi ents of gold medals and 43 of silver ones The exhibition will remain in New York City for one month At the endof that time it will be broken up into several units the various States countries and individuals who have contributed to it taking their respective parts with them It is probable however that part of the exhibition will be shown in several other large cities of the country The Traces of the Beasts On every side In the Malay wilds the traces of the beastswhich here live as scheduled as safe from moles tation as did their ancestors in pre Adamite daysare visible on tree trunk on beaten game path and on the yielding clay at the drinking places by the hurrying stream Here a belt of mud nine feet from the ground shows that an elephant has rubbed his itching back against the rough bark of a tree and see coarse hairs are still sticking in the hardened clay There a long sharp scratch re peated at regular intervals marks the passing of a rhinoceros Here again is the pad mark of a tiger barely an hour old and the pitted tracks of deer of all sizes and varieties surround the deeply punched holes which are the footsteps of an elephant Cornhill Magazine Settled the Sign When William M Evarts was sec retary of state a new elevator man had been employed in the department who did not know Mr Evarts by sight In his car was a conspicuous sign to the effect that by order of the secre tary of state smoking was prohibited One day Mr Evarts boarded the car in company with a famous senator the latter smoking a cigar The new man promptly touched the smoker on the elbow and said pointing at the notice Cant you read that signI Mr Evarts promptly tore down the of fending notice and turning to the ele vator man said What sign I dont see any The attendant suspecting something wisely held his peace but he followed the pair out and asked the guard at the door who the chap with the large head was The guard told him Englands Prettiest Villages After a very careful surrey we venture to write down the names of the six English villages that we consider the prettiest In the landso far as our own opinion and wide experience are concerned The choice is made Impartially and With full knowledge and due recognition of the claims of each to its high place Here are the six Bon church Isle of Wight Clovelly Devon shire Witchampton Dorset Sonning Oxfordshire Shere Surrey and Clap ham YorkshireLondon Strand Maga zine Accomplished Shes got a future Can she acf No but she can work her eyes bet ter than any lady in the business and as for wearing swell clothesgee she couldnt do better if she was twins L4fL t r Quality Appearance Price The Three Great Points in J r the Purchasing oj a Stove v How often do you opportunity t buy4 v stoves with these three 7 in points their favorr a If appearance is right quality may be to standard ifboth satisfactory price may be prohibitive Here we have a stove ofU quality attractive in every way one that will prove satisfactory in every home stay so last least at a price f whichever one can afford to pay Fosters Ranijeaall above points of Superiority and can bes bought at our store a price easily in reachof all Need a StoveThi- nkGrubbs It Over r Benton ON THE CORNER ofIsleeping chamber which is most dainty artistic FURNITURES should be selected OurLnew stock ofChiffoniers Brass and Beds Mattresses awaits- approval Our Parlor and DiningRoom Furlniture is a marvelof r newness and Come in and view this display f No troubleto show goods whether youre ready tobuy or I The Winn Furniture Co An Advance for Winchester 1 have just installed at great expense our WE engine other machinery with which are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR r RENT light and heat power and 4 other motors Let us give estimates on this and sorts ofelectric lighting Remember electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Jo aINCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGRtP SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer J it Do Men Read Advertisements f I Read This One at Any Rate I I JI THIS COUPONJ Cut out and presented to us is good for 5Oc on aVCa PurcHase Men s 5OO Shoes QO Dec ffW MASSIEy 1 n- fi DoNot Reserve Anij 5 Shoe in 8tore 9 MASSIE The Shoe Man tI Sand Pits Formed by Wind In the deserts of Arabia whirling winds sometimes pits 200 feet In and extending down to the harder stratum on the great bed rests nave an o the the not iip the but are the the best and and but not has the for is why Iron etc Come not t for for fans all that We Shoe our excavate depth which the the and and and you The Man We sandy hIrZolas Rome Zola pretended in four weeks tof fLknow Rome thoroughly His romance is only a monstrous caricature of the city and of the whole Roman world From the Milas Corrlere dell Seta r s rof U tto r C w t V JI as rtJr 4 F THEW NCHEStEFfN WSI f i TERIIES1I1 Published by r TM Winchester News Co I Incorporated Office South Main Street r Dally Except Sunday Entered at the Winchester Post Of flee as mail matter of the- second class tSUBSCRIPTION RATES Tile Winchester News is delivered by carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance One year y 300 4 Six months n 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 1908 LARGEST CIRCULATION THE NEWS TODAY PUBLISHES F FOURTEEN HUNDRED 1400 PA PERS THE NEWS NOW GOES IN TO MORE HOMES IN THE CITY s OF WINCHESTER THAN ANY OTHER PUBLICATION WHETHER v DAILY OR WEEKLY THE NEWS HAS ALSO A LAR RURY AL ROUTES OF CLARK COUNTY AND MORE COPIES ARE DELIV EKED TO THOSEWHO RECEIVE I THEIR MAIL BY RURAL CARRIER THAN ANY OTHER PAPER PUB rvl DISHED EITHER IN WINCHES S T R OR ELSEWHERE fI OTHER PAPER WHETHER t DtllbY OS WEEKLY REACHES MOflfe HOMES IN THIS CITY AND COUNTYTHAN THE NEWS f J RESULTfeI bvV There is one result of the electionJ Ij with which all good citizens whether f they beRepublicans or Democrats iTcan be satisfied Governor Patter pfPnJ of Tennessee has been reelected tOn the very eve of the election when he heard of the dreadful mur der of Rankin at Reelfoot Lake by nightriders he cancelled all of his v political engagements and his speak f ing dates and left his campaign to tycalIecJr4 thiin to aid in the arrest of these mid J night assASsins This was to him a farmore important task than the bitil1IAnd the result showed that his course insteadoflosing him his race helped to return him to the gubernatorial seat The good citizens of every State are infinitely in the majority At times thev through indifferenceal low men of criminal instincts to pur sue this work unchallenged and unj citIizens finally wake up and when they r othey make short work of such + Criminals ThejQigfitridirjg crimes could never have made head yin Kentucky and Tennessee and elsewhere unless they had seen tacitly winked at bsoealledjooa citizens In no county of this Stat wpuld they have gone un supportiII ofa certaid element of the popula tion The murder of Hedges still + Series aloud for vengeance in the rici- anii intelligent county of Harrison And when the tally is finally taken when tHe lawabiding citizen finally y iouseSliimself then woe betide the office holder who has failed to do his duty And these midnight cowards whoa under the cover of darkness and- o1 by reason of their numbers dare to ommit these dreadful crimes will flee from the wrath to come Wp lose patience sometimes Ve have our faith in the perpetuity of pur institution sorely tried when we I read of the rJo ifnvr11v vrlinifiticr nf oHedgesxmurder o n mother and the babe atJ her breast the killing of four negroes at Russellviilebecause ft was reported thcly1 Sympathized with atiegroi rcnminaL And when we recall the I whipping p jAinqrican citizens the xburnirigLof barns and houses thee de struction of corn and wheat and to I baceo we cant of understand the Nsuplneness of our people But such things cannot last Some lay Kentucky will be in a blaze of rsentmentagainst these marauders nd when that time comes nothing will prevent their p1nishment or exe t stion J 4 az i Opera House MATINEE and NIGHT Novbr 7th itTHE JOHN DUNSMURE OPERA CO tJ PRESENTING r THE BARBER OF SEVILLEA conic OPERA IN THREE ACTS ii FIRST TIME IN THIS COUNTRY IN ENGLISH rIj WITH t I tIme Monti Baldini ANDJoin Dunsmure World Famous Soprano Americas Greatest Singing Comedian I tiSupported by a Splendid Company of Artists L CRYSANTHEMUMSB A VIhave a fine cut of Crys this week Pink Yellow and White from one to three dollars per dozen same as you would have to pay from three to five dole lays per dozen for at other places I will ask you to call and see them whether you buy or not Ialso have Carnations and V Roses at prices to suit P i SH EA RE R The Florist POLITICAL NEWS ITEMS We have heard some criticism by gentlemen of both political par ties on the political news items that we publish Several Democrats have found fault with certain tele grams because they seemed to favor the Republican party On the other hand we have had Republi cans take exception to the Democratic leavings of certain items WeigetQI telegraphic news from the American Press Association nonpartisan company This orga Iftztion sends the same newsto Democratic and Republican papers It is like the Associated Press and the United Press Ass a i ationi It gives the fats as they are No great Organization of this kind could exist and sell news to papers ol all shades of political pinion unless it was absolutely without political bibs of any kind The News receives its bulletins ver the Postal Telegraph Com panys wiles up to two oclock each day lt juses them as it gets them lib dbeg no t tolorthemin any wayI If the news is objected to be muse it is favorable to one party r the Other it is the fault of the v itself not ours As an example of our care in handling a political newsdtem we will cite a single instance Qn election night we of course wanted tb give the results off tneigce in r the Tenth lh Congressional District in WeQnesd v mornings extra edi tion What purported to be the majorities in the various counties of the district came to us dpringthe j v evening fr m both Democratic and Repbulicari politicians We accept d eithetn The News spent con siderable money that night in get= I I i ting as near the correct resblts as possible On the morning after the election our figures showed that Langley had carried the di strict by about 1500 votes Today the fuller reports show that Langley actually eceived a majority of over 2000 On Tuesday night the Courier Journal of Louisville a Democratic newspaper called up the office of The News by long distance tele pbone and asked for the majorities in the Tenth District On the same ovening The Lexington Leader a Republican newspaper asked the s line question over the same long distance line And both papers used the information given by The News Each knew that the inform ation was furnished without bias or political coloring and was as nearly correct as our facilities made possibleIn connection we desire to make a plain statement We do not expect to please the politicians of either party But a small percentage of those who read the paper are interested in politics further than to get the news This we propose to give We appreciate the liberal patronage that we are getting from all classes of our citizens With1J1i liberal patronage continued we expect to make a paper of which every citizen will be proud anHthe tmev will come we are confident when even the politicians rwln see that the course we are pursuing is the best possible THIRTY EXPERT PICKERS E Renaker connected with C B Gillman Co cold storage plant at Lexington took thirty expert poultry pickers to Lexington Friday J F Sahrday 6About warehouses Broadway yesterday EiTt Specially Augmented Orchestra1J under the Direction Jacques Kingsbergen i r PRICES Matinee 2535 50 75 Night 255075 100 II ir aAors mhoceo4t Dl YoUare hard lpl You have that you are butthe real trouble lay in the fact that your tailor r did know how fit youHe hedgirig that your clothes fiti you could properly impress you with his skill and if they tiot could have soft place fallon We deny that there are scores of capable and trustwortey tail ors in America who turn satisfactory clothes But the chances are that you have found one of them If you have we congratulate youand pass 01loIf you have Velsa his you i a or You can be properly fitted SteinsBloch ready 41 toswear clothes They will give you yalld per sonality When you try them on = you see yourself j I the best expression of the seasons fashion manis tested in the acknowledged centetsofstyle at home andabroad The expense you are put is surprising ly small when reckoned the light of whaf you 0 receive A tt J i = L Allan en Mur hyrq I l 3 JL LEXINGTON TOBACCO SALES LEXINGTON Nov 110000 pounds of tobacco were sold at the locatedon The prices ranged 11 to 23 per hundred pounds The bidding wits sharp v f t r of I not not to was so if did he did he a to do not put not not f to in as to in Ky three South from JIWhitelaw Reid present ambassa dor to Great Britain is slaas suc cessor of Thomas Platt ip tike United States Senate from the State of New York Sl i Forest fires are raging near South Park in Louisville and threaten th3 big steamer heldon the Knob v Fill of snow at Chicago rvr+ f v tKtJJtft 12 r J f The election of atiDemocratic Gov 4 esltionKentuclYjand iWIlliamState IrtMrs Astor the leader yof the 400 is dead J 1 r 1rt f Jj J I 4 i J J r THi WINCHESTER NEWS Page Five r J OCIETY 1 l An Amateur Play The people of the town are once more showing their interest in Ken tucky Wesleyan College This time it is the young people They are now engaged in preparing an amateur play toy be staged at the Opera House about Thanksgiving The play itself The Merchant of Venice Modernized will prove to be a fitting vehicle in which the young people may display their peculiar tal ent The story is based upon a football team and its success A very intermingledLsee Qur old favorite s Bassanio An tonio Gratiano Shylock Portia Ne entirelyjburlesqued A very efficient staff and cast has been secured thus securing in ad vance its success The cast is as follows 4 Duke of Venice Mr Patterson l Antdnioi Prof Moore Bassanio L iLewis Hampton Gratiahoy as J i Prof Lewis ShyKxjk v Prof Dalgety StrothertLauncelo Gbbbo Hunter Foskett The Professor Jim Phillips Policeman Homes Portia Miss Alice Porter Nerissa Miss Emma Lee Ta3 ior Jesseca Miss Katherine Nelson Polly Miss Merry Reese Mrs Gobbs Mr Cropper Miss Abbie Threedyce Antonios mother Miss Pauline Peeples Football Teams etc Mr Jeff Stewart is handling the business end and Prof Moore will be stage and property manager The plav will be coached by Prof Dal getyTwo complete football teams will be seeR in actual play making one t of the most realistic scenes ever at tempted on the local stage Interest will be maintained throughout both by the natural strength of the pro duction and by the localizing of the scene and character representations A number of first class specialties will be introduced between ithe acts so that there will be no room for one dujJL moment from the rise of the cur tain to its final drop Delightful I Dinner Mrs Henry Thompson entertain ed a few friends Friday with a course dinner and Fortytwo in her most hospitable and gracious man ner at her elegant country home The guests were invited at 1230 and after exchanging a few of the conventionalities a few games were played then the elegant course din ner was served in a manner that even our Southern grandmothers would have envied and they are said to have served the viands more graciously than anyone After this elegant repast more games were played and time flew by on wings and the guests were sorry when the time carpe to leave and can only wait unti they can again enjoy the pleasure of being with Mrs Thom son tAmong those present were Mesdames Oscar Johnson WilliamMas sie M T McE13owney J C Vaught Charlie Parrish Susan G Anderson W D Smith James Evans John Clelland Harry Strother Will Ogden Parker Dud ley George Hon Mark Donovan 011 Evans David Bratton Vtertner Mitchell James Martin Harvey Strossman Jams Pickrell Matt Gardner John Duvall Harvey Hunt Chester Bean Misses Alivia Clay and Henrietta Gardner Carrie leatherr n gill Lena Bratton Stanley Jackson and Mesdames Albert Thompson and Ed Sparks of Paris S It Pleasant Dinner Mr and Mr Charles Scott enter tamed IhursJay with an elegant course dinner The table was decorated with yel low and white chrysanthemums with asparagus fern strewn over the cloth The dinner was served with the ease and grace so very charac teristic of the hostess At the table they were seated asi follows Mr and Mrs Charles Scott Mrs Riley D Gordon and Nancy Gordon Mrs Ryland Ram ARTIS TURNBULL ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL DAILY OF NEW MODELS rn SUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS Our Strictly Tailored Models Reveal in a Marked Degree that Indefinite Something Called Style y Autttmns 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 1 Stock1Yts T aY r We will have on display Monday Nov vember 9th for one day only a great va riety of the very finest Furs A representative of one of the greatest New York fur houses will be in attendance Jc I The Ladles of Winchester and Clark county are invited to attend this opening whether they intend to buy or not It will be the choicest collection ever seen in this Everything in the Fur I line will be displayedif I l a 1l CagyaYd v j 4E c pf Jr 1 sey Mr Thaddeus Hampton Mrs Sam P Hodgkin Mrs Lewis Flynn Mr and Mrs James Scott Mr anct Mrs RoY Scott Miss Sadie Hog kin and Miss Pattie Ramsey Birthday Party Miss Nannie Martin of Hunt entertained some of her friends Thurs day evening in honor of her 36tt birhtday Those present were Misses Nannie Wilson Mary Fran ces Ecton Bessie Jewell Clara Todd Hattie Owen Fiances Reed Ella and Dell Gilbert Messrs Frank Thomas and Clark Eubank Henry Quisenberry Lemon Burton John Jewell Charlie Gilbert Stanley Bailey and Marcus Baber The young people report a delightful time Rabbit Hunt- A rabbit hunt was given Thurs day and was quite a success Sev eral rabbits were caught and a most elegant lunch was served Among others who went were Mrs Strother Goff Mrs Henry M Jones Mrs D T Matlack Miss Katherine Nelson Miss Clay Ciox ton Mr Lewis Hapmton and Mr Ben Buckner The concert which was to have been held at the College Chapel Monday night has been postponed indefinitely t p Fortytwo Club Mrs W A Whitcomb will enter tain the Forty two Club Monday eveningI Ghost Party Miss Clay Croxton entertains Fri day evening with a Ghost Party PERSONALS Mrs J C May and little daughter Thelm u Louise of Dallas Texas have returned honTafter a pleasant visit to Mrs Mays parents Mr arid Mrs William Watts Mr and Mrs Robert Gay are in MexicoMr Frank Gordon f Horse Cave Ky is visiting relatives here Mrs Curtis Evans is in Louisville Miss Rena Scobee has A returned from an extended visit to her sister Mrs John Beets of Latonia ilIavslickHrjJt 1 1t PJi TW is visiting Jn Maysfiek Mrs Kidwellv was in Cincinnati Friday fIiss Mary Bush of Indiana is the attractive guest of her grandmother Mrs Bud Allen Mr George W Hamilton of Dc troit lIi hwas in town Thursday Col T G Stuart and Mr R R Perry ae in Frankfort on business Airs W E Singleton has returned home after a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs A Lyman of Lexing ton Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson left Thursday for their home in Washing ton D Cafter a most delightful visit to relatives here Rev Andrew Hackett was home Monday and Tuesday to vote Mrs W D Thomson of Mt Ster ling came Thursday for a visit to relatives here Mrs Narcissus eBll has returned to her home in Lexington after an extended visit to relatives here Miss Erankie McDonald left for her home in Fulton Mo after an extended visit to many of her old friends and relatives This is her first visit here since she has moved to Missouri Mrs Allie Duncan left Wednesday for a visit to her sister Mrs J C Carlisle of Peoria Ill Miss Lide Richardson has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr and Mrs John Bush and Miss Ellen Bush were in Thurs JMrling was an attractive visitor in town Mr William Garner is sick at his home of tonsilitis fMr and Mrs H A Rogers have returned from a visit to the J tters aunt Mrs Lou Hughes of Owens borntiMrs Mollie W sonYHenry and Miss Hallie Vaughn of Lexington left Tuesday for Dato aa Fla to send tha vyinter Vjsits the Plt perliHouse on Thursday night Mr Dinelli was charmed with the opera and desires to inform the theatre goers of Winchester that they will miss a rare heat if they faii to attend the performance Sat urday He rays that it is a first class performance in every particu Iii 1 fJ l CIIHorLE RossTHE Fall Has Finally Arrived = and in the present Cold Weather the Ladies are mafa ing their Selections of FALL MERCHANs i DISE We have on hand the Very F Latest in FALL and WIN v TER GOODS J DRESS GOODS Big line of bordered dress goods novelty patterns only one pattern to a suit 200 225 and 250 per yard values your choice for 150 COTTONS Unbleached cottonI c quality your choice i 5e Bleached cottons 6C to12Iac FLANNENETTES Flannenettes and outing cloth for house dresses and house sacks for winter wear in all shadesstripes and some with beautiful persian borders per i yard lOc and up BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Beautiful line of outing blankets per pair 150 p I iJJ i in Net AT r The Barber of Seville wilt b at the Winchester Opera Hoiisej Saturday November 7 mat ineeand night by the John Duns more Qperfi Company tf hn Djxnsmore who is the proprietor and manager of the Joh Dunsmore Opera Company as well as the singing comedian of the or sons a leading and valued member of the famous Bostonians Mme Monti Baldini prima donna of the company won her first great success in the role of Carmen at the La Scala Milan where she was the leading soprano of the notable or ganization at that famous Rossini is said to have written th music of The Barber of Seville in fourteen days and considering the beauty and merit of the composition what hope have the ready made mus ic composers of the present day Four hundred nights in New York and six hundred in Paris is the record of The Barber of Seville The John Dunsmore Opera Comnapy is the first to produce Rossinis mas terpiece in English Those who remember The Bos tonians in Robir Hood have pleas ant of the Will Scarlet of John Dunsmure who is reviving the sranization at the head of his company r ROBERT HOCKER IS TO BE HANGED DECEMBER 4 Governor Willson Fixes DateFor Exucutipn of Negro in Lexington Ky Nov 6Gov ernor Willson yesterday fixed December 4th as the date for the hanging of Robert Hocker at Lexington Hocker killed Newton Drummond Yeal in Fayette county eighteen months ago and the Court of Appeals refused to give 44na new triafi This is the first death warrant that Governor it Son has signed AND SHIPPERS1 STOCK YARDS f b q W D Greqn sliipped one carload of U1 shiPPed one cur loadhogs to same place L B Hodgkin shipped one car load of cattle to Cincinnati Ohio The new barn now being erected at the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards is about t Russias approval of Tafts elec tion is not conclusive enduce to many American that it was a good thing L r All wool blankets ifor the cold snap all prices Bordered and plain comforts the very latest patterns and designs silks sateen and silkoline range in prices from 125 to 600 Slumber robes in rich shades at all prices SUITS The very latest models in new tailored suitsIbroad cloths fancy worsteds and serges Every detailof their construction such as linings and tailoring are as only the most skilled workmen can produce Prices 1800 to 5000ri VOILESIRegular voiles with borders in white Jbltie and black the very latest per yard 250 Bargains Soiled Underwear Winter Weight Clifton a Ross South Main St Winchester OPERA HOUSE preseitQd seabamzation opera recollections ora FRANKFORT FARMERS VaaHPrThonli3bii completed trimmings IS IT GOING TO RAIN We think so and have just gotten in the fin est and best stock of UMBRELLAS that we have ever had- Come and Get Yours 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Tftft probably would uave made a success in the prize ring if his in clination had not led in another direction A NW Orleans blacksmith telegraphs congratulation and admits the Presidentelect k d liiin jufightThe j t Sheriff is trying to collect a debt from Prince De Spgaf the see t ond tilled and unpecurious hiinibend of Anna Gould OT r is Jt a WANTED SEWING I am prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies shirt waists and childrens dress making a specialty Call at 234 8Highland street MRS J C LARZ 1019lmo VANTED Secondhand oldfash ioned brass kettle Cheap A6 dress x News office lO126 5 WANTED Tally and dinner cards to paint For particulars call No r 208 Home phone or 115 College street 1029lmo LOSTAt noon Saturday buncHT Jjfe r keys between Eagle Casting jom pany and L E depot Return l fo this office T0313t V 2 rF6t fi Saturday November iat 1lock bed room suite fold ing bed iron bedstead childrens bedorgan couch rllliinrr table six chairs three rockers sideboard four stand tables kitchen cabinet table range and heater Mrs Mattie Oliver 108 First avenuenWinchester Ky U33 WANTED Position as stenogra C pher Write F this office 114tf FOR RENT Nicety furnished pJ stairs front room with IwaSa 4 motern conveniences At 47 Nctfiih Main street 11551 LOSTSet of false teeth finder wffl please return to this office and rer i 1ITu i laandr11PlobablyAmerican girl nor their another hard r n l out received graduation on him VlS j Admiral Evans fighting BSjTVJ says he never saw but one cowaaBsan r the rural service Government experts claim tfettri cjpiabination of slag asphalt anfln e cj lasses make an excellent dirt rwili t 1t 1 t r v- r f rnw4w44s p Page Six THE WIHC ESTER N WSw w roIOne yo By IAather2Copyrighte e OG GGGe e eGGO Yesindeed yes And Phil shel dont know how to say Jtb1t she when she spoke oof youbegged me to try to be like you And it is a lietwhat people say abouther what sip says I know I have known hero wellandI was like other men charmed and fascinated by her but the Women of that set are a pack of cats and the menwell none of them ever Ventured to say anything to me And that is all Philip I was horribly in debt to Neergard Then Ruthven turn ed on meand on her and I borrowed more from Neergard and went to her bank and deposited it to the credit of her account but she doesnt know It was from me She supposes Jack Ruth yen did it out of ordinary decency for she said so to me And ihat is how matters stand Neergard is ugly and grows more threatening about those loans and I havent any money and Mrs Ruthven will require more very poon Is that all demanded Selwyn Sharply Yes all I know I have behaved shamefully Ive seen observed Selwyn in a dry hard voice worse behavior than yours Have you a pencil Gerald1 Get a sheet of paper from that desk Now write out a list of the loans made you by Neergardevery cent if you pleaseand the exact amount you placed to Mrs Ruthvens credit Have you written that Let me see It The boy handed him the paper He studied it without the slightest change of expression knowing all the while what it meant to him knowing that this burden must be assumed by himself because Austin would never assume it But the thought of the cost sent a shiver over him and left his careworn face gray After a moment he turned to Ger aid a smIle on his colorless face and saidIt will be all right my boy You are not to worry Do you understand me Go to bed now You need the sleep Go to bed I tell you Ill stand by you You must begin allover again Gerald and so must Iand so must I 1t haPter 22 4 4ELWYN had gone to New York with Gerald for a few days as he ex pressed it but it was now the first week In October and he had not yet returned to Silverside A brief note to Nina thanking her for having had him at Silverside and speaking vaguely of some business matters which might detain him In definitely a briefer note to Eileen regretting his inability to return for the present were all the communications they had from him except news brought by Austin who came down from tows irrery Friday A long letter to him from Nina still remained unanswered Austin had seen him only once in town Lansing now back In New York wrote a post script ina letter to Drlna asking for Selwyns new address the first Inti mation anybody had that he had given UP his lodgings on Lexington avenue Eileen had not written him His sud den leave taking nearly a month ago tad so astounded her that she could not believe he meant to be gone more than a day or two Then cam his note written at the Patroons club Tery brief curiously stilted and formal with a strange tone of finality through It as though he were taking perfunc tory leave of people who had come temporarily into his life and as though the chances were agreeably even of againTheas yet she remained merely confused incredulous unreconciled It was possible now to ride cross country and Nina who was always In terror of an added ounce to her per feet figure rode every day with Eileen and Austin on a big hunter joined them two days in the week There were dances too and Nina went to some of them So did Eileen who had created a furore among the younger brothers and undergraduates and the girl was busy enough with Piling and motoring and dashing through the sound in all sorts of power boats StlIljgreenbrighter the azure above her more splendid once upon a timelike the first phrase of a tale that is told An if she were at times listless absen- eyed subdued a trifle graver or Unusually silent seeking the still paths r of the garden as though in need of youthful meditation and the the sunset hour she never doubted thatJ that tale would be retold for her again Only alas the fair days were passing juid the russet rustle of October sounded already among the curling leaves intthe garden and he had been away laag time a very long time and she could not understand none of Austins week end visitsrt y the hour 1r conjugal confab having arrived between husband and wife he said with a trace of Irritation in his yoicefI dont know where Phil is or what hes about Im wonderinghes got the Selwyn conscience you know what hes up to and if its any kind of damfoolishness Havent you heard a word from him Nina 1 Nina in her pretty night attire had emerged from her dressing room locked out KitKi and her maid and had curled up in a big soft armchair cra handI she Washing Onpassed him on the street He was looking horribly thin and worn she wrote He did not see her Now what in the name of common exIcares to examine his chaosite By the way Nina Gerald has done rather an unexpected thing I saw him last night He came to the house and told me that he had Just severed his connection with Julius Neergards com pany Im glad of it exclaimed Nina Im glad he showed the good sense to dolt Well yes As a matter of fact Neergard Is going to be a very rich man some day and Gerald might haye But I am not displeased What appeals to me is the spectacle of the boy acting with conviction on his own initiative Of course he can if he chooses begin everything again and come in with me or if I am satisfied that he has any ability he can set up some sort of real estate office on his own hook Nina hesitated another idea intrud ingAustin the Orchil boy the one In Harvard proposed to Eileen the lit tie idiot She told me Thank good ness she still does tell me things Also the younger and chubbier Dray more youth has offered himself after klllingly proper Interview with me thought it might amuse you to hear of It It might amuse me more if Eileen would get busy and bring Philip into camp observed her husband- Do you know said Ninautbat V believe he is in love with her Then why doesnt I dont know I was sureI am sure nowthat the girl cares more for- him than for anybody And yet and yet I dont believe she Is actually in love with him After a moment Ninas face grew grave and she bent forward Alixe Is ill Nobody seems to know what the matter is Nobody has seen her But shes at Clifton with a cou hearIrumors very People go to Clifton for shattered nerves you know There is mental trouble in tier family You have heard of It as well as I You know her father died of itiThe usual defense In criminal cases observed Austin flicking his cigarette end into the grate Im sorry dear that lixe has the jumps Hope shell get over em But as for pretending Ive any use for her I cant and don and wont She spoiled life for the best man I know She kicked his repu tation into a cocked hat and he with his chivalrous Selwyn conscience let her do It I did like her once I dont like her now and thats natural and i winds up the matter t s t Ruthven was at that very moment seated In a private card room at tIe Stuyvesant club with Sanxon Orchil George Pane and Bradley Harmon and the game had been bridge as usual and had gone very heavily against him- Several things had gone against Mr Ruthven recently For one thing he was beginning to realize that he had made a vast mistake In mixing himsplf up in any transactions with Neergard When he at Neergards cynical sug gestion had consented to exploit his own clubthe Siowithaand had con sented to resign from it to do so he had every reason to believe that Neer gard meant either to mulct them heavily or buy them out In either case hay ing been useful to Neergard his profits from the trnnsactiop would have been considerableBut while he was absorbed in figuring them upand he needed the money as usual Neergard coolly in formed him of his election to the club and Ruthven thunderstruck began to perceive the depth of the underground mole tunnels which Neergard had dug stronghold g Rage made him III for a week but there was nothing to do about it Hi had been treacherous to his club and his o own caste and Neergard knew It and knew perfectly well that Ruthven dared not protest dared not even whimper Then Neergard began to use Ruthvea when he needed him and he began to permit himself to win at cards in Ruth vens house a thing he had not dared to do before He also permitted him self more ease and freedom In that 7 c J t JtainMeanwhile Neergard had almost fin ished with Gerald He had only one further use for him and as his social success became more pronounced with amonghelonger at pains to mole tunnel toward the object desired no longer overcare ful about his mask And one day he asked the boy very plainly why he had never invited him to meet his sister And he got an answer that he never forgotRuthven had viewed with indifference Geralds boyish devotion to his wife which was even too open and naive to be of interest to those who witnessed It But he had not counted on Neergards sudden hate iI of Gerald and the first token of that hatred fell upon the boy like a thunderbolt when Neergard whispered to Rut4 cn one n ght at the Stuyvesant club and Ruth ven exasperated had gone straight home to find his wife In tears and the boy clumsily attempting to comfort her both her hands in his Perhaps said Ruthven coldly you have some plausible explanation for this sort of thing If you havent youd better trump up one together and Ill send you my attorney to hear it In that event he added youd better leave your Joint address when you find a more convenient house than mine As ia matter of fact he had really meant nothing more than the threat and the insult the situation permitting him a heavier hold upon his wife and a new grip on Gerald in case he ever needed him but threat and insult were very real to the boy and he knocked Mr Ruthven flat on his back the one thing required to change that gentle mans pretense to deadly earnest Ruthven scrambled to his feet Gerald did it again and after that Mr Ruthven prudently remained prone dur ing the delivery of a terse but concise opinion of him expressed by Gerald After Gerald had gone Ruthven opened first one eye then the other then his mouth and finally sat up and his wife who bad ifcen curiously observing him smiled She dropped her folded hands into herlap gazingcoolly at him but there was a glitter in her eyes which arrested his first step toward her I think she saidUthat you mean my ruin My mind has become curious ly clear during the last yearstrangely and unusually limpid and precise Why my poor friend every plot of yours and of your friends every underhand attempt to discredit and injure me has been perfectly apparent to me You sup posed that my headaches my outbursts of anger my wretched nights passed spentIories all these you supposed had weak ened perhaps unsettled my mind You lie if you deny it for you have had doctors watching me for months You didnt know I was aware of it did you But I was and I am And you told them that my father died ofof brain trouble you coward What a credulous fool you are she saidUto build your hopes of a separation on any possible mental disability of mine He stood a moment without answer- Ing then quietly seated himself The suspicious glimmer in his faded eyes had become the concentration of a curl o apprehensivev For the remainder of the spring else and summer she said I shall make my plans regardless of you I shall not goI to Newport You are at liberty to use the house there as you choose And as for this incident with Gerald you had better not pursue it any further DC you understand 1 He nodded dropping his hands Into his coat pockets Now you may go she said coolly He went not however to his room fashionablewealth with an unction and success that had permitted him in summertime to occupy his own villa at Newport and dispense further ministrations when re quested to s s a s IOn the night of the conjugal con between Nina Gerard and her husband and almost at the same hour Jack Ruthven hard hit in the card room of the Stuyvesant club sat hud died over the table figuring up wha sort of checks he was to draw to th creditor George Fane and Sanxon now as he sat there pencil in hand adding up the score cards he re membered that he was to interview his houseIslcians at a consultation to definitely decide what course ofaction might be taken to rid himself of the wife who had proved useless and almost ruinous to him Hehad not laid eyes on his wife tha summer but for the first time he had really had her watched during her absence What she lived on how she managed he had not the least idea and less concern All he knew was that he wnsIr own bank had been nonexistent for months In the autumn he had heard of her conduct at HItherwood and a week later to his astonishment he learned of her serious illness and that she had been taken to Clifton jwas the only satisfactory news he ha had of her In months yo lie continued j ANYTHING LOST pound for sale for rent iivl ve ice in the classfned column ort J i r i jlfifrcrAL PRIKARY Y IS x TO BE HELD SATURDAY Judges Fryer and Osborne Will c nI test For therlominaI tionfCARLISLE Ky Nov oNow that the general election is over the Democrats of Nicholas county and the four counties of the Eighteenth Judicial District have turned their attention to the race for the Demo cratie nomination for Circuit Jmlpe between Judge L P Fryer of Cyn thiana the present incumbent and former Circuit Judge James J Os borne also of Cynthiana which will be decided at the primary election to be held in the district Saturday November 7 Both candidates for the noraina tion arc making an aggressive fight and thoroughly canvassjng the dis trio Each candidate has issued a letter which has been sent out t the Democratic voters of the district advancing1 heir respective claims for the support of the Democracy A close finish is expected ang the re suit cannot be predictedwith any de gree of certainty ITALIANS DEMANDING TRUTH FROM ABRUZZI Want Duke to Confirm or Deny Re port of Marriage of Miss Elkins ROME Nov 1The Tribuna which is a government organ in an article on the marriage of the Duke of the Abruzzi says that the ma jority of Italians while preferring that the Duke should marry a royal princess do not deny that he should follow the dictates of his own heart but they demand that the question of his marfiajre to Miss Elkins be offi cially confirmed or denied thus put ting an end to the fusilade of the American newspapers which deeply wounds the Italian sensibilities and may resilt in a reaction in public opinion MATHEWSON WANTS A RAISE Says He Will Get More Money or Quit the Giants NEW YORK Nov oChristy Malhewson star pitcher of the Giants iij the first ball player to make the annual threat to quit the diamond unless he gets a bigger salary than he drew the past season It is said that the figures in Mattys new con tract must be double those in the old or he wont sign it and will pitch life insurance policies all next summer instead of baseballs It is said that Mathewsons stipend for the six months of work every summer is 4000 and that in addi tion he pulled down a dandy little sureImafid for a raise Christy did prac tically all the work for the Giants and it wns his clever hurling that kept the New York gang in the float all summer Having done the work of three men makes him think his salary should be commensurate Some of his friends kidded him by saying he should have won the final lame from the Cubs to warrant his renuest for the raise but he replied that the Giaiits wouldnt have been in the final game had it not been for his work throughout the season IThe New York Club maintains a and dignified silence on the subjest Betting is that Matty will wouldIlune RESIGNSeHead of Harvard University Gives Up His Place BOSTON Mass Nov JPresi dealt Charles W Elliott for more than thirty years the head of Harvard TJn iver ity tendered his resignation Oct el26totake effect May 19 1909 according toan an nll1ceptent made today by the Harvard Board of Over seers The resignanhiv pabeen ac wtCharles William Elliott wan boric in Boston in 1834 and was graduated by Harvard University in 1853 Heat once became tutor at Harvard and was advanced steadily until his elec tion to the presidency in 1868 LOUISVILLE FURNITURE MAN PARTNERt Cda was and killed last night by his partner Frank Hockensmith at their place of business oh Market street near Nirtth The men engaged in a quarrel over a business deal and when the clash came Hockensmith emptied the contents of doublebarrel gun into Moores body Both men were members of well1known Kentucky families 1 c RUPARD T STEWART COSf Maxwell BUSINESS SUITS for the busy mctAl who demands the pest will appeal to the critical dresser- conservative in style in Grays Oxfords and the stylish Strip ed Brown effects TT 15to 35 I YOUNG MENS SUITS IN THE MOST FREAKISH CREATIONS WE SHOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU J The Eection is Over BUT PEOPLE MUST HAVE Furniture Housefurnishings ALL THE TMEaI If you have not yet seen the new arrivals coming in daily you have no idea of the surprises in store for yu For Quality Beauty of Design and Finish Coupled with Exceedingly Moderate Prices we know you will endorse our statement that at this store you can find bargains that are as lasting as the price is low IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO SHOW yOUI 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Insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETFS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Doth Phones 71 GILBERT FOR BOTTO 1 Fresh L Cured Meats FISh Vegetables Country Produce j BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK 1 rrBqrvVN1c- CoIniture Pianos Etc a Specialty- NO 19 North Main Street Both Phones 1 WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M G G H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphys Store opp CourtHoase CALL ON NELSONTheTranserMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred DFFICE Home Phone 94 Night Phone 339 HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHY Remember that hghgrade fotosrrafs and portraits make appropriate XmAs presents Place your orders with EARP The Artist now and avoid the rush daring the holidays i Ramsey Transfer Co Hauling of All Kinds Furniture M vnca Specialty HOME PHONE t i J 2 THESWORDFISH r Overlord of the ea theIaintiest Feeder ThatiSwrns The swordfish s tbvrlord of the sea Neither the wha ethe shark nor any other giant of the dtop can conquer him in private tlght or publIC brawl Nevertheless he is peaceful n the main and seeks the simple life amusing himself often with worldwide travel and always with delicate gust tory joys He is the daintiest feed r that swims always kills his own gi n and thereby insures its fnshii wherefore his flesh Is a delight Tar rh palate of mankind and whenfo again men go forth to kill trim fHI market and thereby at times fftU saner adventures that make the hu ttintoaf tigers and the shooting of griylf HII Into pastimes for the weary wi aki u For the bold swordfish is stilt Isurted In modeas primitive as that th lssId mo uses to kill the stupid whuiv and often the sting of the Imrpoin thlugpc this luxurious ocean tastraurmne into fl raging water devil quirk to port rlvc his advantage charging vlili the speed of a bullet and the iaeurnay of n swordsman up against tii iorif ft8ber man in the dory vU trips lo taring him to gaff Then must tin fisherman measure with exar tnt v x the lunge of the monster avoid it hy n marvel of lice sidestepping In o Dluneiim dory or he will IR spiltcd Jlkw a larltWil liam Inglis In napcr8 Weekly CHANCES IN GAMBLING The RulflTbf the Unexpectedatth Tables In Monte Carlo There are systems SOUJQ will say that win detent time bunk at Monte Carlo I ti3veUQt found one Twt factors settle alt systems Oue is the banks limit which prevents the doubling system so often advocated the Second the extraordinary Idiosyncrasies of chance Red or black wilt often run in long series 1 saw fifteen reds come up tu succession on one occasion seventeen uneven numbers in an un broken series on another One evening In3 losing lay I was playing on the first six numbers and persistent for t3nrn9 hours the last twelve uum berg Invariably turned up Ouc I saw 21 come up four times in succession when mathematically it should have taken H4 coups to make it show that number of times and still more strung Unit on this occasion each time It came up a gentleman had staked the limit on the number namely 180 francp winning in ten minutes something over 24000 francs One readily sees by these instances the unexpecto very often happens In fact moro often that not Arthur Hewitt in Bohemian Magazine The Hoe No other animal has been more modi fled by civilization and pone reverts more quickly to the original wild type than the hog Three generations of running wild suffice to turn the smooth round short snouted razor back or hazel splitter thin lank leggy lop eared snarp snouted an Ishniae in bristles running like a deer if running be possible fighting as only a wild hog can fight when battle Is imperative The tusks which have been half obliterated in the process of civilization get back size and strength At a year old they are formidable nt two murderous at three or live more deadly than a sword They afford n certain index of age up to six years but are commonly broken in fights long before that time Wild boars an very ill tempered and when worsted infighting often revenge themselves by rIpping the bark from trees as higbftf they can reach Her Exercise Many readers think insufficient exercise is responsible for worrying moods Dare I whisper it writes one cor respondent Though I am a married woman with two bonnie bairns when my worries and temper prove top much for me I shut myself up in my room and dance a wild Scotch reel I always did it when I got in a temper as a child as a sort of vent to my feelings and I do it still and probably shall continue to do so as long as Im sufficiently energetic Certainly a Scotch reel ought to provide enough exercise to exorcise any demon of worry if lack of exercise is- the cause of itHome Chat A Bad Quarrel Why dont you try to get him to straighten upaHes his own worst enemy Well Its pretty hard to patch up that kind qf a quarrel Louisville Courier Journal Describing the Climate Is your climate changeable asked thestrangerNot answered Farmer Corn tossel It keeps shiftin around little till it strikes a kind of weath nobody likes then it sticksWashi- ngton Star Just Like Her Hewitt I didnt know that you lIved- on the first floor I understood your wife to say that you lived on the second floor Jewctt If you knew my wife you would know that she always stretches a story Exchange They Married Trotter who has been abroadSo- Maud and Charlie finally married Miss Homer Yes TrotterI suppose they are happy Miss HomerUn doubtedly they each married someone else Chicago News What do we live for if not to make lifeless difficult to eah OtherGeorge- Eliot f c i rr J I b MAGic GLASS A Curious Mirror That WUy Be Made Transparent One of the most curious inventions of this age is what Is called plattnized glass X piece of withean exr iqukiticborgerd with ulatfmiin and then raised to u cwl heat The platinum becomes united to the glass in wcb a way as to form an odd kind of mirror The ijlisf has not really lost Uq transparency and yet if one places It against n wall and looks Ht It ie nets his image as nun ordinary lookl glass But whW light s allowed th come ihroujrh the glass from th other side ts whoa it Is placed in a window- It appears perfectly transparent like ordinary glass By constructing window uf Phil nized glass one could stand doss hw hind the panes In an uuillumluut room and behold clearly everything going on outside while passersby Iorrk ing at the window would behold only a fine mirror or set of mirrors in wl1hh their own figures would tin reflect Iwhip the person Inside cemaliitWi visibleIn various irirks havo peen confrlvfcti with tin ild or this tlns In onto a person sfelnjj what appears to bo un ordinary mirror approach I it to gnz spurt himself A aurlIaar change In the mechanism mls light thmiigh the glass from UIM hawk whereupon it instantly hucomiK transparent md the startkd spectator UfIIol himself confronted by so nt grotestn figure that load been hidden behind the roadie glassNewYork tribune SPEED LAWS OF 1816 Coac e rGiinq Mmi Miln HrhhtCtrl th nqliftH Than outcrv In rrtwlnjr lutrdpp In England Hgalnst KVP upofd of motor rirw hiIA Tsl to tilt rol towing passage fro Mm Annual U gl ter fur IXlli A orw conch wait 3far pfl Jn the spring lo run to Brighton n distance of fiftytwo rattles In nix hours This howpvor berntnu alarming par ticulnrly In the populoun ni Ighborhor of Nowington through whirh it pusnprl anti the parish officers there caused In formation to he laid against the tidy ers for driving furiously on the public road so as to endanger the lives of his majestys subjects The result of this is to he rend In Mansards Parlhjiucntarv Reports June 10 1816 The attorney general moved for leave to bring in n bill the object of which was the protection of the lives and limbs of his majestys subjects hy Correcting the enormous abuses of stagecoach drivers Within these few Jays it would bp hardly credible what R number of applications he had re rcfvert on this subject Some accounts were enough to freeze one with horror A gentleman of v facity hard informed him that on Tuesday May 21 at 530 the Trafalgar and Regulator coaches set oft from Manchester and got to Liverpool at 820 doing this Journay in two hours fifty minutes at the rate of twelve miles an hourNew York Sun Fiji Islanders Sugar Cane Dance A very curious and exceedingly clever dance may be witnessed in Fiji called by the natives the sugar cane meke or sugar cane dance It rep resents the growth of the sugar cane In the first figure the dancers squat low on the ground shake their heads shut their eyes and murmur slowly and softly an unintelligible sentence Gradually they all stand up together growing taller and taller and as they grow they wave their arms and tremble all over from ankle to bead- like the tall tasseled cane waving in the wind and still they keep on chanting louder and louder The last figure represents a series of combats meant to symbolize the exactions of- the chiefs who compel the kaIsi willing and unwilling to come and cut their crops London Standard Ambulance Field Examination SceneHamilton South Haugh soldier supposed to have been wounded is brought to surgeons tent by bearers Bearer reportingSevere scalp wound sir accompanied with InsensI- bility Surgeon Well what have yon- done BearerDressed the wound sir- and gave him a little whisky and Water SurgeonWhisky and water How did you expect an insensible man to swallow that BearerHe axed fort- sirLondon Illustrated Bits Tricks of the Trade Buyers of patent leather should lookout for skins in which holes have been neatly covered with a piece of thIn paper which is varnished over the unfinished side being puttied up with a mixture of glue and leather dust Shoe Manufacturers Monthly Genius As diamond cuts diamond and one- hone smooths a second all parts of intellect are whetstones to each other and genius which Is but the result of their mutual sharpening Is character tooAlfred Tennyson Nor The Long Green HicksThey say that the blind can distinguIsh colors by the sense ot- touch WicksThats nothing One doesnt have to be blind to feel blue Boston Transcript A Comparison- In a certain store there is a salesman named Green Small Clarence learned- his name and said Say Mr Green- theres a man living two doors from us who has a name the same color as- yours rs 3 viaw t to rfiAKE WAS FOND OF SQUABS Revolver Shot Probably Saved COlOny of Pigeons from Complete Annihilation A blacksnake fully six feet long and nearly two inches in diameter which had been capturing young pigeons on the rocks just above the Birmingham station of the Panhan dle railroad has attracted much attention Employes at the station and watchmen at the mouthof the Mount Washington street car tun nel have seen the serpent several times but none has been boldr enough to attempt to capture it More than a score of pigeons have nests on the rocks and the snake is said to have gone down the hillside from the grass and shrubbery to secure a fre quent meal of the squabs Capt C E Kemp of the police force of the Panhandle railroadwas at the station recently The snake was perched on a rock in full view Capt Kemp fired at the serpent with his revolver The snake fell from the rock and rolled down the hillside to the rocks above the tunnel Four or five men climbed the rocks but owing to the difficult scaling the snake could not be secured Pittsburg ChronicleTele grapr PLAYTHING OF A PRESIDENT When President Fallieres arrived in Stockholm after beingwelcomed by King Haakon he presented Prince Olaf with a gift which was receivedwith great enthusiasm It was a miniature electric railway with a model of the Gare du Nord in ParisThe line is 25 yards long with points signalboxes and bridges The train is complete with a dining car and sleeping car with dolls in the berths The train Hms on a carpet with a background showing Dunkirk harborDuring his stay at Reval the presi dent evened matters by presenting the czarowitz with a similar gift COLLEGE DISTINCTION Now that yqur sons in college I suppose hell be getting exclusive hell be getting into the 400 Oh hes more exclusive than that hes on the nine alread- yV1nhhis Press rage seven WATCH OUR ADS BEHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS TOOURBOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT MOSTIAnd Now for Dress Goods WINTERWILLCLOAKS ARE IN WE ARE HEADQUAR OUTINGITHEYWILLo AII =Wool Blankets OSureenough AlIWool both the Warp and the IWoof of every Blanket will sustain the statemen visitiI SCRIVENER BROSCO 1T MEAT Of IT Tomas Estrada Palma the first president of Cuba is sick and IB not expected to recover An earthquake shoAc lasting five seconds but doing no damage scared the inhabitants of Independence Cal The train shed of the St Louis Union station was damaged by the burning of a storehouse inside the shed Loss 75000Very reful Indulgent Uncle Jack are you care ful about your personal expenses these days JackYes sir I manage with some effort to make them balance my income to the exact cent Chicago Tribune The world doesnt really grow worse every time you need medicine Galves ton News Mother of Hard Work Necessity is the mother of hard work with most of us Atlanta Georgian NEW- IBakery Firm We have opened up ourBakery- in the Simpson Building 105 N M in StJ and are now ready to serve the public EVERY SATURDAY we will have on display a nice nssortment of Layer and Plain Cakes ifeastand Sale Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on hand 2QPGoods delivered to any part of the city Give us a call WINCHESTER BAKERY IORTH BROS Props r JOB PRINTING Ir i t Our facilities are the best In East r efn Kentucky for turning out high Workr at reasonable pri ces1- Lawyers briefs and all kinds hook work promptly and accurate attended toly I II I Give us a call and let us do some work for you r t The Winchester News INCCRPORATEC ar WINOHEvSTEFR KY 1f t r 0 i W h 4 J 3t 4ifr 2 7 f i s r T J i o J t 1 If Ir IF ytf t t Paye E htr THE WINCHESTER HEWS f J Je JJf We carry ailGood Things that are necessary to Make Your Reception or I Successr I Champignons Asparagus Tips I French Peas Maraschino Cherries Imptd Spanish Peppers Salted Almonds Lobster and Mints of All J Potato Chips Kinds ancLColors Insure Your Guests Good a Time by Buying xoxxr Fancy Groceries from STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Powder Dynamite v Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase 5 Santa Coffees and Teasj Huylers Candy j V ACCIDENTALLY BE CAME SMOKER Mow Gen Grant Happened to Be Ad dieted to the Use of the Weed DETROIT Mich Nov 6Major liSten Fred D Grant who is presiding sessionIat Fort Wayne in the western stir iurhs of this city said to sonie friends here that the cigar tUatina- tiitted his father the late President U 8 Grant into the tobacco smok t arg habit really figured quite strongly ib the of the battle at Fort Donclson Speaking of this incident Gen Grant said My father was in conference with Admiral Foote on the Jailers flagship red had just accepted a cigar from t She Admiral when word came to Una that the left flank of his force was icing repulsed Hurrying soldiers- ashore and galloping on a fleet horse to the battlefield he succeeded in Tallying his forces so completely that haos was turned ino victory Gent IJuckner hat to comply with my fathers demand for tin unconditional surrender The newspapers took up the fact tat father had rushed from the war ship to the battlefield without taking Admiral Footes cigar from his mouth The dispatches from the jTront told how father had come onto The battlefield cool and collected and peacefully smoking along black cigar Pcople who read the story began sending congratulations anKpresents S af cigars Tens of thousandsof ci garK came and my father smoked many of them It made a confirmed smoker of him But he lid not smoke as many cigars as people imagined he did Sometimes ones cigar that he i would frequently relight would last him from breakfast to luncheon It ws the fact that he almost Constant r Jy held a cigar between his fingers Jthat wade people describe him as a great smoker Gen Grant said that his fatherI tried to acquire the smoking habitat West Point just because the rules foibade smoking His attemtps at smbkjng while he was a cadet how iAtri made hung very sick rml when iikqleft West Point he practically gave TarjSlnng to the Mexican cigars and fduml fhat they agreed with him but TjrliqM he returned to the North lie ttgaiji dropped the habit of smoking io resume it after the Fort Douelpn ltcidentWANTEDTURKEYS I will be in the market for your Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys WiU receive Thanksgiving turkeys iiim November 6th to 17th My of I See will be at W C Taylor Cos I HomeIt Before selling get my prices l 11113t6t i t SAVE THE HORSEI Harolds Hoof Ointment a positive and speedy cure for contracted heels 7iittle and shelly hoofs Dead Sole Dead Frog or any disease of the rcotof the horse THE AISLE PHARLVCY 1161t W E Strode prop L WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS f Tlio oldest ahd best institution in P Zonewillsc 1i1 wilo Kerr Perfection an VVhilo Pisitl flour has no equal PostGraduates Med t The Clark County PostGraduates ddtlast night with pr I A Shii ley Dr Waller Combs gave an in teresting lecture 7 Atrer the business session Dr Shirey entertaine th3 Society with am oyster supper The members s 5T present were Drs J N Ra kin jrrR Bush D B McKinley GF Clark Waller Combs T Browne Sand E B Cole s Ii I THE MARKETS I CATTLE ACTIVE AND- PRICES ARE STEADY Gales Active and Strong Hogs Ac tie With Butchers and But chers Grades 5 Cents at Cincinnati CINCINNATI 0 Nov 5Re ceipts end shipgroutto live stock at the Ciueiiiusti Union Siookyards to clay t tie s SheepReceipShipments 156 2162 CalUe Active at steady prices sliiijp rsj 46K 560 extra 575 hotelier steers extra 485510 good to choice 435475 common to fair 325425 heifers extra 4500475 good to choice 350 440 common to fair 225o335 cows extra 385400 rood to choice 300374 convnn to fair 1250225 bulls steady bolognas 3000350 extra 360365 fat bulls 3250375 much rows strong Calves Active and strong extra 850 fair to good 700 825 common and large 350800 Ho r Active packers and butchers 5e higher light shippers and pigs 5o10c higher good to choice packers and butchers 6206625 mixed packers 5555620 stags 300o475 common to choice recvv fat sows 375o540 light shippers 4750550 nigs 110 Jbs nfid loss 3 504706heep Steady extra 365 ca 375 good to choice 3360 coin mon to fair L251275- Lambs Steady extra 5GOot 565 good to choice r500550 common to fhir 400475 t CHICAGO MARKETS f Jl CHICAGO Nov 5CattleRe- si about 6000 strong beeves 3500750 Texans 600465 Westemprs 320 r 5fti stockers jati dfeeders 255455 cows and heifers 16553o calves GOOn 800 HogsReceipts about 25000 3c lower light 530fo600 mixed i5450025 heavy 530r 630 roughs 550o570 good to choice Heavy 570630 pigs 375510 hujk qf sales 5805620 Sheep Receipts about 12000 steady nat iYQ 260470 estern 2G0 a t i7Q yearlings 450515 lambs 4ldff25 Western 1005625 ARGENTINE REPORTS MAKE WHEAT WEAK CHICAGO Nov 5Freshnews of a reassuring nature regarding the Algentine crop caused weakness in the local wheat market today but active covering by shorts late in the session resulted in a firm close with prices almost unchanged compared with the previous close Corn and oats were weak but provisions w9re steady I Range of Futures Tlielcictiubfutures ranged as fol lows WHEAT Open High Dec uewV t 99is 1 00 li i 03 10314 July 97 = 08 Low Close Dec hew g9111 997s May 102 Ll 1 03 htdHighDeeay G9als 625s July 62y8 62ys jLOv Close Dec 61 Ul 61ol May r 613461sJuly i Gls 61s The British are keeping the cables hot trying to find out what Roose velt meant bv frazzle x THE NEWS by carrier 45c amonth I r i s A GREAT fANY s4 ENwant a hat that is becoming one properly proportioned to t 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 demands style he believes it is really worth vhileIto be in fashion The man whore quizes all these qualities buys a KNQX HArpt t j i BO IT Sri I we have an exclusive line ofHatS for you In the Wm P Moiita gue flat AVC have all the different I shapes and colors to be desired Price 150 2 250 and 3 lXteeOT 5m FIRE DRILL PREVENTS PANIC Children From March in Orderly Manner CHICAGO NovIllib discipling of the fire drill prevented a panic among 150 school children yesterday when fire attacked the branch school at Lnnt avenue and North Rpbey streetrfl1e building is a frame structure two stories high At the sonnd of the alarm the teachers marshaled the children in line and they made their escape quickly and in goodorder despite the fact that the blaze was at the front of the building the ordinary exit land egress had to be taken through the real The building was saved before any tonsidcrable dam age had been done STATE UNIVERSITY TEAM LEAVES FRIDAY Large Crowd of Supporters Will Go With Squad to Mich igan LEXINGTON Ky Nov 6Coaeh- J White Guyn and the State Univer sity football eleven anda large crowdof supporters left this morning at 530 oclock by special train over Queen Crescent road for Ann Arbor Michigan where States team will measure strength on thEl ridiron Saturday afternoon with Michigans mighty eleven Poach Guyn says that while he can hardly hone to de feat Yosts KentuekLlads will bend every effort to Hold the score as low as possible BOARD OF CONTROL IN REGULAR SESSION LEXINGTON Ky Roy 6Th e Board of Control of the ldFellows Widows and Orphans Home met yesterday at the Home on West Sixth street All of the routine business of the regular meeting was attended to and the building inspected as us ual Workmen are busy at the Home moving several lines of fence to make room for the new building which is to be erected It is said that Louis XV when one persoaiathebrams did had his rdluli without missing a trick or distufbing the game V i fr r The Best Protection you can have against the winters cold is a good supply of coal in you cellar You cant wear your overcoat and rubbers in the house Have us fill your cellar with good clean coal Then youll have a warm house to come to and warm hearts to welcome you Better give us the order today IThe WINNMARTIN COALSSUPPLY GOI INCORlOKATEIJ INTERESTI PittsUurg manufacturers announce the opening of many mills 1 The rmer1 Air Nut a nd Bolt Works ordered increaseof 20 percent 1i1 wages y Capt Farley Statejjgreasureiy yes terday honored Citj Seho l Avarrailts foi 100000 The libel trial of Merritt Lancas ter against the Louisville Times Comp 1lY is n won trial in Lexington The Pennsylvania railroad order for first time pin be repaired at once Throughout New York New England and New Jersey thousands men f were returned to work Tllilrsda on full time The steel corporation hat reduce price of steel rails from 23 to 24 Millions of dollars woithof order are being placed readyfortheir promise that rafts election would mean prosRelity France and Germany are on the verge of another squabble on account of the Casobanca incident the pro tection by the German Embassy at Casabanca of former German sub jects who had lived in and later de serted the foreign legation of the trencharmy A monster petition to be circa lated among the women of America and their submitted to Presidentelect Taft is the immediate planXof the National American Womans Suffra gist Association Announcement of this fact was made yesterday by the Rev Anna Howard Shaw presidenr of the associationI NEW YORK Nov 5 Mere are some results of Tuesdays election that surprise political experts Taft carried Greater New York by 15645 He carried Chicajroxbv 5G ion Governor Hughes plurality will ex teed 70000 f Assemblyman M K Halt of Uti ca who introduced the antirace track betting bill in thevlower branch of the Legislature was defeated eiLA II f I Auditorium Skating every Afternoqnand fieninThe season has fairly opened now and crowds arcattending the rink daily The Best Skating Rink in the Blue Grass with an uptodate floor and plenty of room to move around All who desire to learn will be taughtfree in the morning or between session Audiforium MATINEE SATURDAY OPERA r HOUSE7 The John Dunsmure Opera Cot Presenting The Barberol Seville A Comic Opera in Three Acts First time In this Country InEnglis- with MmeMontrBaldini D John Dunsmure Vorlds Famous Americas Greatest Soprano Singing Comedian Supported by ofArtistrI o nrmn ed Orchestra under the direction of Jacques Kiugsbergen Prices Matinee 25c 35c 50c75c Night 25c 50c 75c 1 Lost Their Man San Francisco rev 4 Watched hy detective who awaited an order for his arrest from Sydney Austraia Harry Johnson who is believed to be a member of a noble English famiy escaped from the British steamer Lord Sefton and is now sought by th police Johnson is supposed to b Forsyth Jewoll wanted by the ney police in connection with th left of a quantity of jewelry and 1lace from warehouses Wanted In Chicago Boston Nev 4Extradition rarer in the case of Mrs Mjrrtha M Duni phy of this city who is wanted i n Chicago on an indictment charging her with the larceny of jewery an4 stocks valued At 900Q were received by the police frcm Springfield IlL It is expected that Governor Guild will give Mrs Dumphy a hearing later in the week The Old Philosopher The wants of the vain man are few says the Old Philosopher loththooray to may hiInhappyWhy I have known men who thought the world only turned round to look themAtlanta t CQJlstitutionI TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester follows k 0 O EAST BOUND mNomNoO O WEST BOUND No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m mNoNo 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 855 a m mNoNo 31 Daily 1109 p m L N NORTH BoUND No 34 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713a m pmNoL E EAST BOYTND No 2 tidily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m No 4 Daily 813 am LJE WESTBOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday912 am No3 Daily 620p m Lexington EasternRyCoT- ime Card In Effect Jiin2 1908 f VnxAST BOUNDDlLlly Daily LT Lexington 225i H 715MWinchester tb 8131 L E Junction 20I 426 CUy City 902 Stanton 358 910 Campion Junction 110 9Wo Natural Bridge 435 913 Torrent 447 9 d Beattyvllle Juuctiou 510 In 7 Athol 537 1045 O KJuuct605 llJo J ir Jackson 610 llM No1 o5 SunWsST9 P A X 700od730HtlIuyvUleTOrrent 7W 811 815 826Campton 854hL E unction 900507 931 Winchester 912 510 96r Lexington 955 tiUS 1025 THE FOTJ OWTNG OOVNECTIONS RE MADE DAILY EXUKlrUNDA willmakeSteruugra m lunation Trains Nos 12 Sand 4 rill connect with the Mountaiu Central By for Kydtiiity and 4 will forRlltyvUlei et K unctionTrains Nos 3 netCityJ R B AfiK General Manger IHA8 SCOTT G P A r7U PROFESSIONAL CARDS s JOUETT L JOUE7T Atlcrneys At Law KYe1SONe Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUU BUSH j Attorneys At Lay 60 S Main St Winches nyKy ORW C WORTilK TON j 3dp mand7to8 Pm J New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N t Main St Winchester Ky NowISth Tl1Jl As this is an off year we aff not ovre acqi with work Althoughwe are to furnIshour Jietp 10 hours wor a day every day in the week We wish you would bring your work to usJiqww1 lewe can easily take care of it at less cot to ourselves and customers Do not wait until times get goodand we ire very busy for then you will have to pay more and Trait longer for your work iTTheAgricul turalist and is applicable to Manufacturers ho are waiting for the good times that are sure to come soon after the holidays Do not put it off because it is small We do not like small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself a Remember you do not have to go to Cincinnati or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Woodor Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and White Metal Castings We are agents for Structural Steel of alL shapes and sizesI Eagle Casting CINCORPORATED FC CORNEL lL Gen l Manager I s ro f 54 t x S e