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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j r tU J JA J 1 At l iS t l Z yr 4f fIitr THE NEWSt r Circulptes Daily- s 3Now 1450 Copies r I7 AND r VOL NO 29 KY FRIDAY 13 1908 2 CENTS A 10 CENTS A WHEE 11 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BET t IN KUHUCKY FEBRUARY NEXT- May t Plant Tree on Campus of Berea Colleges New Colored School if Site Has Belo at That Time hrr Fres Frost of Berea College Ii stopped in this city Friday oil his t way home from Washiugton Presidentwhen he comes o Kentucky Februr ar1t 12th next to attend the celebra tion of tEelOOtb anniversary of Lin coins birth to stop and plant a tree on the campus of the new c olored school which Berea College is now r FOUR CHllDRH BURN TO DEATH THome of J H Wampfler in Ohio is S Destroyed and Family v V Perish i Special to The News ALLIANCE 0 Nov 13Four Children of J H Wampfler a dairy t man east of here perished in a fire- iI that destroyed their home last night Wampfler himself was seriously burn ed GENERALl C6I George Torriey Named to Suc iv ceed General OReilly Special to The NewsIc WASHINGTON D CNov 13 r XJol George Torney has been appoinf liT uraeon General of the army to succeed General OReilly il PERRY IS NAMED 2 TO ATTEND MEETING Governor Nominates Winchester Man For Commission on Coun try Life S ecial to The NtYs FRANKFORT Ky Nov i3The Perryofthemeeting ofresident Roosevelts Commission on Country Life which meets In the Agricultural Hall at the onjyar Saturday November 14 1908 at 10 a m f1 J IENDS HIS LIFE WITH PISTOL NEWHA TSN Ky Nov 13 John Woods comiuitteed suicide a his home near Hope fivemiles south of this city by shooting himself in the head tt t t t h I fI j t ii J tf t0w LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER CLARK COUNTY TIlE = WINCHESTER NEWS t 4- 1 WINCHESTER NOVEMBER COPY TO j Selected founding The site is not yet se lected and will not be until the funds are fully subscribed s President Roosevelt said My trIp will necessarily be a hurried one but if I can set a tree on the campus of the new school without too many hours delay I will take great pleasure in doing so for such an act would bo directly consonant with the object of my visitto your State FOOTBAll GIIIO BE PLAYED THANKSGIVING Kentucky Wesleyan Will LineUp at Garners Park With Louisville Prof Moore coach of the football team at Kentucky Wesleyan Col lege will go to Lexington Friday af ternoon and try to make arrange ments with Transylvania Universi ty for two games to be played there some time in the near future with Kentucky Wesleyan Arrangements have already been made for a big game Thanksgiving between Louisville University and K W C to be played at Garners ParkThe next game that will be play ed at home will be played Monday wjth the Millerbsurg Military Insti trite fo BOARD OF AGRICULTURE TO MEET TODAY IN LOUISVILLE FRANKFORT Ky NovlS Thc State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration has been called to meet today at Louisville Business conected with the State Fair is to be considered WILLIAM BATSON DEAD Mr William Batson died lthis home on Lexington avenue Friday afternoon after an illness of several months of a complication of diseases Mr Batson was 44 years of age and had lived in this city the greater part of his life The funeral arrangements have not been made yet SteamRoller in Use Mayor T A Hughes has the street force out repairing th streets They are now at woik o South Main street He has had th rock spread and is now going over irwith the steam Toiler Marriage License Fritday morning to Mr Clarence Gray son and Miss Emma Adams both of this county t 1em e 1Xe f If you expect a larger business this Fall and Winter than last year If you expect to keep abreast of your competitors eYtise n e DSw r r THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into more homes on the rural routes of Clarkcounty than any other newspaper whether daily or weekly f wTHE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into prac tically every home in Winchester 1 Dot t Mss khe d onut1 l t J1 f J j y e e 5e tf15 er INCORPORATED t a 11 WATCHING THEIR RED SKINNED BROTHERS KICK THE PIGSKIr The Indian girls at the training schools at Carlisle Pa are greatly Interested In the success of the remarkable football team of that excellent inst tutlon There is little suggestion of the blanket Indian of the plains in the modern looking young women pictured herewith EMPEROR IS DEAD- EMPRESS IS DYING ChineseRofu e All Aid Front Wastern Wical Science Hough Same Was Tendered by Foreign Legations Special tdi The News PEKING China Nov 13TIre Emperor of China died at 4 p m afteqa lingering illness The cause of his death was bowel trouble The Emperor had been suffering for ten years past with chronic nephri tis condition lately complicated with diabetes and sciatica His brain was also affected Yesterday the Emperors condition became alarming and he way seen to be sinking fast His little brother the infant son of Prince broughtnpalaceeThe Emperor refused to accept Western medical attendance al though all the foreign legations stoodready to lend their physi cians to attend His Majesty Last August the Dowager Em press declined offers to this end made by the German and British legations and consequently no fur thre proffers were made Although the Government has gazetted during the past few days audiences between the Emperor and members of the Grand Council there is reason to believe that these have been in name only There LEXINGTON SELLS 55 SCHOOL BONDS 30 Year Four Per Cent Bonds Makes With Par and Accrued In terest 5598165 LEXINGTON Ky Nov 13Thp Board of Education yesterday sold 55 of the 30year four per cent bonds issued for school buildings The purchaser is a Cincinnati client of the Security Trust Company The product of the sale par and accrued interest is 5598165 The sale proves the demand for Len ngtons bonds and sliows ari improvement in business conditions that bas i1y followed the end jug of the rationalpolitical cam = pign r i t J1 had been no actual audience JlSce November 8 The government of China is a pa Emperorii3 ing and behavior of his children receiving blame when they prove un worthy and reward when they show themselves to be virtuous so is the peoples welfare the Emper ors first care and their preservation from all harm both moral and physical his first duty Of recent years there has been much unrest in China Moder- ideas have penetrated the Empire And I but for the reactionary influence of the Dowager Empress Wes tern ideas would have prevailed a they have in Japan There has ever been some talk of late of pro viding for a Parliament It remains to be seen how much nfluence the Dowager Empress will have in the new administration Emperlorpress would again have full swing NEW YORK Nov 13130 p m It is reported that the Dowager Em press cf China is dying 30 INDICTMENTS FOR MOONSHINING FOUND RICHMOND Ky Nov 13 After returning thirty indictments charg ing illegal making and selling of moonshine whisky the Federal grand jury adjourned yesterday for term So far about t ntyhave beeii convicted with several more to be tried on mooiishinin charges About the only case on the docket- u interes1 is the seizure case against Hurst and Ball two prominent men of thisbprobabjjyafternoon By the Light Within world Js a comedy to those who a tragedy to those wbo feel tThe Wa1po t eLY i wFt3 if1 PEOPLE DRINK MUCH ASEVER r is Testimony Adduced at Tariff Ses sion Wine Men Have Hearing is f F Washington Nov 13The wave of prohibition which It is claimed has Spread over the country apparently has had little effect on the consumption of alcoholic liquors raid spirit ous drinks according to evidence brought out at the hearing on the proposed tariff revision before the house committee on ways and means It InIpresent tariff on spirits wines and other beverages as the wine growers and importers were practically the only interests represented at the hearing The session was enlivened bya sharp but gogd natured colloquy between Percy T Morgan representing the wine growing interests of Cali fornia and Representative Boutell of Illinois Mr Morgan was telling the committee why the regulations of importingto those wines imported from countries with which the United States has reciprocity treaties Addressing- Mr Boutell Mr Morgan said My contention is that wines can be imported under the present reci procity arrangements up to 24 percent which is 48 proof while the whiskey you yourself drink is only 85 proofThe whiskey I drink Is not any proofwas Mr Boutells quick rejoinder I neyer take any Mr Morgan claimed that under the present reciprocity treaties with the principal wine producing countries al cohol diluted with wine could be im ported instead of wine diluted with alcohol WE Hildreth of New Yorka champagne exporter declared that the cost of making American jvinwjr was much greater than was that of producing French wines and cfaam pagnes Ha was telling the commit tee that Americans only pay for the French labe s when Mr Cark remarked There are not a thousand men in the United States who after they have had three drinks can tell what they are drinking J Vance of New York secretary of the American Wine Growers Ass ciation declared that the reciprocity treaties gave the importers of foreign champagnes a reduction of two dol lars per case in the duty and that these importers use the two dollars thus saved for the purpose of adver tising anu keeping a trade which the American wine makers possibly could get if they had a similar amount to spend for that purpose Taft Leaves Hot Springs Hot Springs Va Nov 13Presi dentelect William H Taft left here today for Brooklyn where he is to deliver the oration at the dedication of the prison ship martyrs monument Judge Taft will make only a brief imnmediately after the dedication ceremonies LEXINGTON WINS THE BOWLING CONTEST Winchester to Organize a Team and Challenge the Victor Next Week NQuite a large crowd was present at the bowling alley on Lexington avenue Thursday night to see the tie between the Mt Sterling and Lex ington teams played off The result was a victory for Lexington the latter winning t bout of the three games Scott for Lexington made the highest score that was made 202 23- There will be a team organized in Winchester some time this week and they will challenge Lexington for a game next week The blowing are the two teams and nighteKennedy 149 23 L y Collins 148 23 tKern 169 13 y 143 23 J Sc tt202 23 Mt Sterling V Anderson 148 Hoffman M 144 13 McNamaria 168 Hoffman R 144 23 Thomas 149 pne Form of Wisdom ght C could rather be ignorant than wise H4b df evilTAeschjlut j t iJ i J fx t IL u rIt 1 Generally WEATHER fair continued JCool Tonight and Saturday i r OUTLINES HIS r LINE OF ilCW Prosecutor fells What He Will Prove 7Ray Lampheres state t ments i l Laporte Ind Nov 13The introduction of evidence in the trial o f- Ray Lamphere for the murder IOf1j Mrs Belle Gunness and her three children by setting fire to the house began this morning a jury having been secured States Attorney Smith made his opening statement to the jury before the adjournment of court The statement consumed an hourmiIiJ in it he went much into detail as to what he would prove After the reams ing of the indictment Mr Smith t saidThere has been a lot of talk ia the questioning by the defense about personing We charge Ray Lam phere with setting fire to Belle Gun ness house Ido not know whether the defense will offer the person theory or not but the evidence wilt prove the charges as we have made them in the indictment The first element of our proof will show that Ray Lamphere set fire to the houses The second element of proof will be that by reason of that fire Belle Gus t ness and her three children were burned After reading the Indiana statute which provides that where a or persons lose their lives in a firkwilfully started by another eyes though he may not have intended to cause the deaths of the person or per sons it becomes murder in the first degree and is punishable by death or life imprisonment Prosecutor Smith stated ail we are required to show thehousetheir lives by reason of this act Mr Smith said that the evidence will show that Lamphere made remarks to various persons indicating his hatred for Mrs Gunness and his TakintUPtheprosecutor said that by Lampheres own statements it would be proven that he set the alarm clock at Mrs Smiths house where he spent the night for 3 oclock in the morning of April 28 and that 15 or 20 minutear later he left there We will also prove continued the states attorney that he took the road going Ijy the Gunness house and that he Was on the spot when the fire broke out about 4 oclock and that he was they only person around at that time We will show by the evidence that when he was arrested at 7 oclock that night the first thing h e said was Didx those folks get out of the house ao you see the foremost thing in his mind was the burning of that house Coroner Mack of Laporte county was the first witness caned Burial of Young Watterson New York Nov 13 The body ofHarvey Watterson the young lawyer and son of Henry Watterson of Louis ville Ky who met a tragic death fcy falling from a window on the nine i teenth floor of a Wall street building will be sent to his home in Louisville Ky for burial It will be accom panied by the young widow who was almost prostrated with grief when the news was conveyed to her Ater f egram received here from friends of- tthe family said that the ather Henry Watterson was too ill as a result or the shock to come for the body et his boy While there was never question that Watterson met deativ t in an accidental manner the coroner made an examination and ann mncedj that the young mans death ri suited from accident Limited Train Leaves Tr ck Rochester N Y Nov 13 TJife fl cars in the eastbound Twentieth Ce x tury limited the New York central fastest train were thrown from the rails at Blossom Road crossing just east of the city but strangely enough not one of the many passenger tKatV were hurled from their berths was badly injured A broken rail s said to have caused the accident Tks train had made its usual twcmlnuU stop at Rochester and in gathering momentum for its run eastwrd it had attained a speed estimad u have been about 25 miles an hdriprSj fwhen the break came The traiM consisted of six Pullman coaches and the three that were hurled from the tracks and turned on their sides con Itituted the last half of the train Mrs Dunphy Denies Charge Chicago Nov 13Mrs Martha hf c bel Dunphy of Boston accused bT i Charles E Giles of the larceny ors 6000 in securities and jewelry ar rived here to face In Court the charges against her She was accom panted by MrsJ E Frothingbam lrYe 9t a Boston physician who said she had with her 6000 to aid in Mriiv X Dunphys defense Mrs punphy ViC orouaiy denies the charge of larce mjC fi r 1 Y 1 o aebi J VLj f ofrt9 J I 1W1 H THE WINCHESTER NEWSJ tau Cannot Answer These Questions to f3 t j it n 1 JVhy do you continue iathing your knees and elbows sHe at a time when you can tretch out ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun r dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofa faucet r3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River LilUy even It 4Why have dry looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flower at the time rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other inconveniences when you have everything for the comfort and henlth of your family right in the house 61s not that the swer not lack of money but lackof economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of life C F ATTERSALL Superintendentt Winehester Water Works Cot INCORPORATED cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue tell you all about it Youll be surprised at inexpensive these privileges are An Advance for Winchester E have just installed at great expense our wnew engine and other machinery with which we are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts electric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired x Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED i W P HACKETT GENL MGR P BWe furnish Ice in Winter as as Summer HEATERS rvvnnrvnn- L ISPECIAL Garland HeatersW and on Cook Stoves Ii 950 Heater9 to close out SSeOTHERS IN PROPORTION Grant Witt Co 30 N Main St Winchester KJI s Auto Racing dismal 11 for Machines and Better Roads I iIByJOHN JACOB ASTORI Racing is sure to advance the automobile It tends to produce the best material to induce men to studyout better machinery to build better tires to work out every technical problem Then there is another side to the question Rac ing tends to better roads and better roads are one of the best examples of advance in civilization Without good roads a country cannot progress They are the means of promoting trade and intercourse between fr distant communiites And automobile racing helps to bring this about Unlike the aeroplane the automobile seems today well nigh perfect up to a certain point It is at this moment far ahead of the roads especially in our country We need better roads here in the United States I dont mean for the sake of the automobiles alone but for the sake of those who must necessarily use them to bring tieir products to market whether it be the farmer or the manufacturer jlfanner can his crops at much less cost for transportation on a good rr jvftd than he must spend on a bad one The automobilists dont ask for good roads for themselves alone but for all their countrymen whether they be farmers manufacturers or simply travelers r A good automobile has come down very much in price since the intro rthiction selfpropelled vehicles It will come down more in price I think a its use becomes more general and popular I doubt however the t prediction of those optimists who say that the time will when an automobile will become as cheap as the ordinary vehicle because it contains 3ta own motive power which is a fact to be considered rH cc The ccy prc has fo- ls cM rt the dcierrif of tl J1umberQf ways in which an r ma11barjpca or fair in order that we j may Judge vrheflierthe chuscos II jJi ppenins or failing aje ilie ercalar 1t i a and can same get f can it true an At will how of well Makes Better move M come of of is Of Ignorance- A peasant is not to be censured foi his ignorance but when he glories it it and draws its limits as a deadliii pleasingbrose Bierce i ff T I r r I THE SMUty SCHOOb I r Lesson VlIFourth Quartsr Fw Nov 15 1908 i THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Ps xxiii Memor Versos the WKole Psalm olden Text Ps xxiii 1Commentary Pre pared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1903 by American Press Association How beautiful the description of David In II Sam xxili 1 David the son of Jesse the man who was raised up on high the anointed of the God of Jacob and the sweet psalmist of Is rael gild notice in verse 2 from whence he received his messages The spirit of the Lord spake by me and His word was in my tongue The tongue and the pen were Davids but the messages were the Lords by His spirit See also Ex iv 12 Jer i 79 Ezek ill 1011 John xii 49 and note how the prophets and eveu our Lord Himself received their messages from God the Father The spirit of Christ in the prophets had mainly a twofold theme the suffering of Christ and the glory that should follow I Pet i 11 and In no psalm are these more fully set forth than In Ps xxiI written as if by an eyewitness and giving some of the very words He uttered on the cross verse 1 yet pointing on to His resurrection kingdom and glory saying The kingdom is the Lords and He is the governor among the nations verse 28 The psalm for today seems to refer to the millennial glory pf Israel and yet was the personal experience of David and may be that of each indi vidual believer David knew well the life of a shepherd and what it meant to care kindly for the sheep and even to put his life in danger for them as when he delivered one of his lamb from a lion and a beat and slew them both I Sam xvii 3436 As he thought of his care of his flock he could look up to the living God the Lord of hosts and say Jehovah is my shepherd and as he knew that his sheep were safe and well cared for under his watchful care so he was sure that he was even better cared for by his shep herd the stone of Israel Gen xlixf 24 Ps Ixxx 1 Hear the Lords ow words in this connection in John x11 I am the good shepherd The good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep Think of Him also as great shepherd living in us and working In us to will and to do of His good pleasure Heb sill 20 21 Then see I Pet v 14 where as the chief shepherd He will reward those who for Him feed His flock All the blessedness comes from being able to say My Shepherd We may know all the facts about Him and believe all that He says He Is and has done and will do but if there is no personal appropriation there is no benefit The soul must be able to say My Redeemer My Lord My Shepherd Then we can rest in Rom viiI 32 and know of a surety that we shall not want for there is no want to them that fear Him and live uprightly before Him Ps xxxiv 9 10 lxxxiv 11 Lying down is restful and green pastures speak of satisfaction satisfied and restful He satisfleth the hungry soul There Is such a thing as abiding satisfied Prov xix 23 and yet there is a satisfaction that will be only when we awake in His likeness Ps xvii 15 In Him dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead Col 119 II 9 and if we are not filled full in Him the difficulty Is with us and not with Him Not only rest and fullness but quiet ness of soul is ours also in Him verse 2 margin He Is The Lord our Righteousness Jer xxlilj 6 and the work of righteousness peace auc the service of righteousness is quiet ness and assurance forever When He giveth quietness who then can make trouble Isa xxxii 17 Job xxxiv 2Q Like sheep we are prone to wander and straying sheep must be sought for they do not return of their own accord therefore David said I have gone astray like a lost sheep Seek thy servant Ps cxix 176 His sheep can never perish but may lose the joy of salvation hence the prayer Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation John x 28 Ps 12 Being righteousness itself He can lead only in paths of the same and this He does as He does all else not for our sakes but for His Names sake verse 3 I John II 42 Ezek xxxvi 22 Let us say Lord I place my hand in Thine and will not mfefmur not repine Content wLatever Jot lBee since tis my God that Jetdeth me Our whole life here is lived In the shadow of death for it Is always true as David said elsewhere There is but a step between me and death I Sam acr 8 But He Is with us every day and all the way and nothing can touch us unless He permit Itand If He allows death to touch us It will be a gain a fery far better absent front the body present with the Lord A table in the presence of his enemies was many a time Davids experience while fleeing from Baal and Abeatem It will be Israel In millennial days It will be ours as tar as we need it and It Is for Gods glory Our future as be lievers Is all told In verse 6 God Is love and lore Is kind and therefore He cannot permit anything that Is not loving klqdness as He sees it however It may look to us Here we may dwell In Him and He In us John xiv 23 xvii 23 II Cor vi 161S and by and by It will be for every child of GodUtor ever with the Lord and with Him on His throne I These ly 17 Rev ill 21 May we ever hent His voice as In tea IlU 1 2 xlviii 17 John xiv 27 j J7 f J j J t jkj J J J 1 tF PREVTINf j Ii i Jl7 J i f 1i 1 i l J 6I t y t t i f f Our Plant is equipped with the latest fay t- D 1 I ciliiies to turn out the Dst ofldbt 01IfJ I Our Business has increased materially rfx v fini the past month It is growing 1 VY steadily from day to day Peoples I who never patronized this office bes J r fore are bringing their work here JNothing Is Too Large for usto 0 handle Nothing is too small to C ofoI vent our giving it the very best b attention M Vf v b Wfe Naive the Best Plant in Easternst Kentucky All work is P 1ifP taken care of andJobsare turned outP of this office the day they are f rfisedS There is no irritating delay rWe Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars 1 i andn 11-VT Lawyers briefs can be etas expe partsof Kentucky j I I llAiiWeAsIifromanyoneIsasingle i nwill not urge you to come again g J I g i l THE J VVINCHESTERNEWS INCORPORATED s Main St = Winc esterJ j 1l Lt1 jon PRINTING c ft l r rfr THE WINCHESTER NEWS p Three I i t t4 nCoat oftArms l ljEasy to PGet ily JAMES GRANT t Robespierre att theytwornen thong pI1enJmbroidery TfhaD John p Rockefeller satisfied- to be be descendant of me diocre inediaeval baron 1 Iallra1 r Eoquefeuil his pedigreeseekers of the Astor or Boston the Biblio NationalewouldHave him Ihe ton of Capets Hapsburgs the Hohenzollerns for of money the magnate probably half could thesepedi greemongers gainsaid ancestorhunter calculate parents who in turn possessed of four who acknowledged eight who owned 16 who must have ha l32 who of 64 parentsif you travelalongon this ratio for oot20 generations you will find that the people of France let us say alive active today must necessarily have related to all those French people who existed six or eight or ten hundred years ago thingI is incontrovertible on the simple figures of the matter and thaifis that every white man now alive the world can show relation hiP withevery white man who existed 2500 years ago On other words no European could be held to be untruthful who should say that he was descended from the first Brutus for after certain number of genera tions of blood admixtures matters little in the descendant whether his claim be direct or collateral as far as oi the characteristics or evens blood of the original ancestor is concerned It is safe to say that direct ancestry cannot be traced jn European families much beyond 15 generations or roughly 500 years The fable that King Edwajl is lineal descendant of Hen ist arid Horsa is about as ridiculous as the statement that the Hapsburgs are directly sprung from Ociavian the nephew of Julius Caesar j1 Evolution has clearly enough shown that animals and cease to propagate after having so for certain number Degenerations This would be all the so in generations of nobility or gentry which are invariably inb ed or exclusive So it is clear that Mr Rockefeller who is far too wise probably to care one way or the othermay have coatofarms of the Roquefeuil family but it is certain that he has derived neither blood nor characteristics from tljafc highly respectable Chouse f The Greeks made mistakes in their choice of words They called thebest man aristos without reference to birthand the best people It is pleasant to reflect one may trace close relationship toian t aristos four or five generations back ands Cpnstimcba kindof nobility of blood and breeding upon the fact that he is transmitting his blood to us To claim this over score of generations is however torical absurdity andan evolutionary impossibility ito1 Fas1il lliS ti for toc s o F R a1l 1La e- Zi VAmong the new stocks of imitation IrIsh lace and tucked filet net which ail the women are wearing is one that JI31as turnover of colored satin at the top This is put on just below the immense double ruching at top and ends in front with a fiat mannish bow These stocks are attached to any soft blouse The color scheme carried at thetop is somewhat of a relief from the already universal satin cravat at the base Tot these high stocks are attached frills that drop nearly to the waist They are in every form this season and soften a severe suit in a wonderful manner Many of them are not in jabot form b attached as two frills to each side of a quarterinch band of Irish in sertion Others are merely long 15 inch strips of finely plaited muslin edged with lace turned over for four Inches at the top Others to go in blouses are made In that edge of the blouse that but tons over i It is astonishing what an air of fluffiness and frivolity these acces aries give A plain almost shapeless coat suit when worn with an immense hat holding a soft plume a high stock of net or lace with double frills down the front and frills at the wrist is transformed into something most fern inane f ltItls these frills and these high lace tocks that give women their grace ful look this winter There is a wide tendency to aban dpn wide fur pieces for the neck and put all ones money into a high direc collar of fur edged with frills finished with satin ribbon and to add an immense muff This is a newer and more fashion able method of wearing fur and will gain great i The pelerine and the straight stole seem to go quite out of The fur pieces that drop around the shoulders serve to take away from the new lines this winter They are not in wtih the long narrow sll houetl e that women after There has no season to equal this one in the use of Irish lace Thsj weave has taken on new prestige and pUlarity Evening owns are made of iioose e rs and cuffs are sold of it byj tfte Hundreds 1 The high turnover collar of baby frish with a tiny edge of Irish brad made of halfinch and fhished in front with balls and tassels These are newer than the cravats df velvet or satin and will not be so popular as they are mora costly J Frills of all kinds on the neck and Jbleeves are edged with Irish 4 blts are made of it also hat crows or brims The whole hat offIrish lace has not yet returned to favor t v r l r was shown 5to ilie a French is poiht ff modesty t The the British museum libraries or theque made out rej the the or a less sum than great oil earns in day Nor have been very well For if you that you had two were their boasted and been in a say a it very any a i I plants done a more almost a few aristoi that a a a his a lace t j6lre favor keeping strive been Irish lace a a Gap fc Principle of H i1ij i 4I eei7t It is easy to talk about the simple life and so hard to live it for life is not simple any more Its complica tions seem unavoidable The trouble lies in ourselves the entire trend of womanly sentiment is away from the things the centuries held dear It was not so hard to keep life sim ple when ones best black silk did duty for a decade Nowadays if the silk didnt cut into ribbons the cut of the garment would mean the patch box in aft least two seasons It is the craze for something new that is the undoing of simplicity Novelty is the keynote of most of our lives Even friendships and matrimony are infected with this microbe of restlessnessiA mother said not long ago Baby Louise is so finnicky she will only play with her toys two or three times before she is tired of them and I have to send them off to the hospital And the mother seemed to think that it showed a progressive spirit in her child Such a craving for nov elty can mean nothing but unhappiness no matter what ones ability to gratify it If we are ever to become simple again without some dire calamity Jrcing it upon our we change our views of much that we now think progressive j We will have to learn to draw a sharp distinction between our neces sities and our frills A woman who is noted for her restfulness and her placidity in the midst Ja hard life was Basked how she managed to keep unfretted I try to keep my life simple Long ago I learned that what women pos sess beyond the real necessities soon groW tjp J e a weariness to the nerves The more of the unessentials we ao quire the more we Want I Our most coveted treasure soon grows Insignificant in the thought of something still to be achieved I make my rule of life less change and more That is a good rule foe any harassed 1rvojheror business wpman who has coma life too much for her r If stDotted veils are to be absolutely out I Colored laces are more he vog e than ever Tan shoes will tenrrl Is te in t le fall f G- Thereis a craze for embroidery in lebound ffTOas ly every winter cos time For dress wear shiny leather shoes are still redominant Ir 4 bfJ 3 fI 4ai fzrr I l 4L4 iff It- 1 riEVERY 2t MAN SHOULD HAVE A TAILOR It gives him character But he should have a good tailor The best tailor man of moderate means can get is Stein BlochHe palpably cannot visit the famous tailors of New York and London to judge of styles himself He cannot patronize one of the three or four highest priced tailors of New York Boston Chica go or Philadelphia They are not for him But SteinBloch canand dovisit the same style sources these highpriced tailors visit for largestbodyThey offer you knowledge of tailoring that develops clean fit and style which give the clothes an atmosphere of quality that commands your instant attention No law compels you to buy these clothes or even to look at them except the law of reason that makes man go where he can get the most satisfaction for the slightest expenditure You can find them at Allan MurphyL WE HAVE THEM Hunting Cats Shot Guns JyfJ Ammunition Loading Tools Shot and Powder Puttee Leggins Army DucK r Leggins HighTop Water Proof Lace Shoes and a Complete Asisoi went of Sporting Goods of all Kinds Scfe Sporfsmiaris Headquarters OCR BBS i B NJrON ON THE CORNER I It Made Full Day Here is one man who does not limit himself to eight hours of work a dayII A farmer in the Bedsworth Warwickshire England created local record in connection aII the hay harvest by working In field for 21 hours in a single yHe began cutting at 130 am and ceased at ten oclock at night when the grass w9turned 1oJ r l r f Ej j K i j 1 i I J r a a if 5 Us a It a d t a r Australias Impsrts Auetralid imports chiefly and Jn or goodsIrf tea iron and steel galvanized cordageiJjdo and e mnures oil paints stigkr earthenware leather and hops to the tune of sbo cementI 000000 a year i r I Tll NEWer We have opened up our Bakery in the Simpson 8uildino f 105 N Main St and are now ready to serve the public EVERY SATURDAY- we will have on display a nice assortment of Layer and Plain Cakes Yeast and Sale Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on hand j flT6oods delivered to any part of the city Give us a call WINCHESTER BAKERY NORTH BROS Props r 1II- I I PaintsI I 1Winchester DrugCo QUALITY 1 Seth Phonos hm atsses 4JReal Independence All men may be born free ash equal but no man is as independent u ahireagirLBurlington Hawkey a 1 Hot Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY i but we want YOU w to come alsothen yotL will say it too Noth N ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam 1 ing hot Tomato Hotu Chocolate or Hot Cop fee at our fountain Martin Cook DdgP Company kjLjLkLIIkW- RUFUS RASTUS BROWN GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN 1 GUAR sr11 THE 1ji o4 BUY A HEATER FROM HUSHON 1J 1 To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati Oas wef have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I ain sure our quick service Iand back politeness will bring The quickest service can only be had by direct wires r Office BrownProctoriata Yours respectfullys j L M BUTSCH 1Manager U The Capitol of the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Doesnt this seem to show that it would be a f i good paint for you to u et v f t Send for Sample Card i i Baber Reeves- No 9 E Broadway t RAWLINS RACKET STORE wants you to see the COAT SWEATERSf- or men and boys They are fine for winter and ask to see the LEGGINS for children V Come to see me for any thing Best line in town i- I i t T C RAWLINS n1 LOST jound foraJc for rent ad verse in thect nud commit it of The News 7 ff J ft 1 h I1511 I I J t F Jj t t frs Fltirt f f y is eyafit t THEWNGHESTER ew 1 2 t gjJE WIICNESTER JIEWS I Jndependenf Newspaper r 4 Published by j The Winchester News Co- Incorporated J iOtnc t South Main Street Daily Except Sunday teredat the Winchester Post Of r Ssc fice as mail matter of the t second class r vf SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered 3kwcrrier at 10 cents per week By tt ia ul ffl advance t H JfJDey aro i 300 5xmonths i 150- f Dae month New Phone No 91 ti FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1908 f r H WATTERSONI v The dreadful death of Harvey WltI 1 ierspn son of Henry Watterson Ry editor of tire Courier Journal amist ba source of regret to ill JEentucIaans A young man brigh- r twith promise with a brilliant career pjpen before him in his chosen pro Jpesssion ill the great city of New York r Ssjkiit off in this young manhood The sympathy of all goes out to kveteran editor of the Courier Journal He has made his name 1 Jiousehold word in every hdme in this jgreaiT State He has been the 6ne 1 conimanding figure of the Common wealth of Kentucky in the eye of the country and across the ocean i His Joss is a personal loss to us I ailL j We feel with him His familyv Pefeaymenjfc is personal to the whole Blue Grass State V Huudreds of telegrams and ire pouring in on him in his solrow t from every part of the civilize- world They can do littla to ass uge his great grief But they show the J kinship of the unman heart t t OUR FISHING FRIENDS t Oneof our contemporaries who L 11pves fishing publishes the news that there has been invented in Norway a telepi one by which the fishermen wit rvo idiLJ ateo find out when the sharc a roachiiIg It is a wonderful in syention iJ true but will be regarded t iwitli feelings of real regret by all disciples of Isaak Walton An article from the Paris corre J Epondenfc of the London Times re iprind by American newspapers is as follows bry oprcrate a telephone ands communi i Icate their approach to fishermen I 7 Norwegian inventor has devised a T microphone enclosed in a water tight hoxJ Which may be immersed in the seay and is connected by wires with the fishing Boat According to- l XElectricien ihe approach of a shoai qLfish can be detected with certain- tyt and each kind of fish makes i motionrir through the water Experienced fishermen v jy can in the ordinary Say de tectj1 the present of herring and vjaaackerel longbefore they reach the ishing vessels but where the mor 1 siibue movements of the fiat fish art i vcpncerned it is possible that the mi crophpne may prove a useful indi I eator of their whereabouts We have met a number of fisher men since we came to Winchester r Te have heard wonderful tales off ihealr prowess but we have not as jEt seer any fish Of courser tho itchphone may be a mean trick on tho feh but it would be a great aid to ci5bme of our fishing friends + VWe confess that we have never ha 41ie patience tSit on the shady bard k j3 babbling brookor stroll for I l101 rs along and in a mountain trou4act e to have them served to us j after they are caught and we ar- b gourmand enough to eat wits s- tr jWp would be apt to do as a num K3b r of friends of ours last summer on Michigan A party of fifteen or cadre went out fishing in the St Clair f Orivter They caught a fine string r v Then they put all together and each r man bad himself taken with the en r tire string Resulta fine picture ofI 4liis fishing abilities to show his friends at home 41 We hardly believe thatany of the Winchester fishermen would descend a low stofclll in the aid iofLf ij i c a J i t g8mfishiLwithn live minnoy and playing hint sltlia small liiie that he may break if the man at tHe other end of it is not skillful gives th6 fish a chance 1ndagood game fish being a true blue sport is entitled to a chance Thc real fishermen knows where tli3 fish are to be found by some subtle power of divination or some in nstinct denied to other men He does notwant a telephone to tell him that fiproachto use such an instrument THE RELIGIONI 5FATHERS Rev Wm Cumming is Conducting Successful Series of Meetings Rev Wm Cumming preached Thursday night toa good audience tit the First Presbyterian Church on The Religion of our Fathers Iris GodstMr Cumimng said in part When Israel under the blessing of Godenjoyed great prosperity they began to weary of the old wavs and to the Rock that saved them andmade them World of Today Tire world of today with Gods smile of favor in earthly blessings as never before is gone mad after the search for novelty like the tisvoice of every new claimant for divine honors and almost might there be erected in some of the chief places of concourse an altar to the Unknown God ReasonsNew gods the god of human rea Boodeliminated which does not eommenu itself to science as though men would learn nothing from the fact that any number of the absolute certitudes of science yesterday are exploded theories today jThepropose a new gospel of the evolution of the race without the necessity oi divine mercy and grace That sin is simply error to be banished by UK education of the race rather than by the sacrifice to satisfy divine justice 1and reconcile to God Dr Dawson tried it but when he began to try to win souls he found it didnt avail Henry Drummond tried it but the slums of Edinboro compelIcdI mightier message to relieve their misery Hugh Pentecost Fay Mills stuck to it and their lights went out in darkness Christian Christian SccialismI aruiAthe same spirit as JeSus Christ and inspires its gatherings with the rioter of the Marsellais inseparably connected with the horrors of the French Revolution Sweetness and Linht Or a new God ofsweetness and light appears and says it is all a mis take There is no sin no sickness no suffering no crying and tears no great woridsorrow No God for all is god No Christ for His mission would be absolutely superflous Facts are nought facts are not We have a vision of the Unseen and new gods that come up offer themselves They come up indeed Can we imacr ine visions coming down from the Father of Lights through such med arms as these reveal Thev come up from the abodes of darkness As Plentiful as New Toys Why continue New gods are as plentiful as new toys and about as useful There is no keener sarcasm no finer bit of irony in all literature than this characterization of Moses A new god They have everything save that Jwe rwould have in a God Holiness Righteousness Love The beda Godwho has been revealed and has stood the test of the ages The God of our Fathers the God of martyrs and confessors the God of those who triumphed through faith in Him Godsethetoof the relierion of our fathers failed Yes But failed only where and because it has not been tried What deeds of mercy what philanthropy what unselfish ness what blessings are given in the world today that are not inspiredby the gospel of the Son of God 1 This Divine Saviour is eternally old and even new New to every pew born soulwho jejoices in his salvation new in every outreach of His divine influence new in every moementof His transforming grace and yet old as the needof nan and the counsel of the eternal God s t r BRYAN THSNKSr LABOR FRIENDS Y Sends letter to Federation ConventionI HEARS A RUMOR Says If Attempt is Made to Amend Sherman AntiTrust Law in Way Detrimental to Labor He Will Fight Movement in Halls of Congress Receives an Invitation to Attend the Next Session of British Labor Congress Denver Nov 13At the close sf the days session of the 28th annual convention of the American Federation of Labor President Samuel Gom pers in thanking the speakers of the day said that ha had heard since coming to Denver that it was intended by the present session of congress- to pass a bill amending the Shermai antitrust law in a way detrimental to the labor movement He said if such an attempt was made he woum fight it in the halls of congress At the request of Mr Gompers the secretary then read a letter from William J Bryan in which he thanked President Gompers and the other members of the federation for the support given him during the recent presidential campaign With the exception of two reports made at the morning session the en re day was spent in listening to reports fraternal and other addresses The first speaker of tha afternoon session was Rev Charles Stelzle superintendent of immigration board of the home missions of the Presbyterian church of New York He took for his1 subject The Parallel Aims of the Jhurcband the Labor Party Mrs Raymond Robbins and Mrs Anna Fitzgerald representing the Womens Trade Union League addressed the convention telling the delegates of the organized movement among the women Mrs Robbins said the league consisted of four branches one each in Chicago New York Boston and St Louis She said they were trying to teach concerted action to the women Mrs Fitzgerald spoke of the part women can take in the labor movement by insisting that the union la bel Is on all their purchases The league is now endeavoring to organ ize the women in the homes Andrew Fureseth read the report of the federation delegates to the fortyfirst British trade union con gress which declared that women and children are being pitted against men in all lines of industry and that many of the English workingmen oppose the tariff because they think it would increase the cost of living He read an invitation to Samuel Gom pers to attend the next British con gress President James Lynch of the In ternational Typographical Union was then called upon and told the con vention the history of the establish ment of the union printers home at Colorado Springs He said that it now costs about 75S000 a year to maintain the institution Passenger Train Wrecked Butler Pa Nov 13 Passenger train No 11 southbound on the Bes temer Lake Erie railroad running 10 miles an hour was wrecked near nere More than 100 passengers es aped with slight injuries The ten tier jumped the track in a deep cut and two baggage cars and two coaches were hurled against the bank turning halfway over on their sides George Mitchell a Pittsburg traveling man forced open a door pf one coach with a timber releasing 40 passengers Many climbed out of windows One car caught fire but he blaze was quickly extinguished ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS a I I I I I WATCH OUR ADS I EHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS 1 TOOURI BUTQUALITYLOOKED FOR I And Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW CLOAKS ARE IN WE ARE HEADQUAR I OUTINGCLOTHSTIONSETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY 1 WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM JST AII =Wool Blankets BI I Sureenough AIl WooI both the Warp and the I Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statemen i We gladly invite all to make us a visit i whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices i y I I i SCRIVENER BROSCO THIS WAY PLEASE if you are looking for a means of making your home handsomer Just to mention oue way of using our millwork for the purpose Our grill and fret work our hard wood pillars our posts and railings will make a handsome arch between your front and back parlor Come see how else we can aid you Lumber and Spangles of all Kinds Rubber and Asphalt Roofing R P SGOBEE SON CO INCORPORATED LIME WILL NOT COOK TURKEY but unless it is of good quality it will cook the goose of the man who wants to make a good job of build ing or repairing If you have work of that kind planned better come here for your building materials like other wise builders Better be sure at the start than sorry after wards The WINNMARTIN COAL 8 SUPPLY CO R INCORPORATED J jk y toJ ROPARD STEWART COS Maxwell U BUSINESS SUITS for the busy mLA1 r who demands the best will appeal to the critical dresser- conservative in style in Grays Oxfords feds15to 35 t YOUNG MENS SUITS IN THE MOST FREAKISH CREATIONS WE SHOULD LIKE JTO SHOW YO- Ur r II Get in the Game No matter where you go you will al ways find the Knox Hats worn by the Young Old and Middle Aged NOTHING is more satisfying than a stylish and becoming hai nothing styleKNOXHATS V V 6 variationsiWHats do not imitate or followthey create style WE HAVE HEAD GEAR FOR EVERY HEAD We also Sell the Famous UNO B STETSON HATS V 300 5350 400 and 50- 0MONTAGUE HATS f for Lads ank Young Men 150 200 250 and 300f McCord Smith G Phillips i I Do Men Read Advertisements I Read This One at Any Rate L 4 THIS COUPON cut out wind presented to us is good far t 5Qc on a Cash Purchase h Mens 5OO Shoes t ManDecWe Do Not Reserve AnlJ 5 Shoe in our Store I MASSiE The Shoe Man r t f THE NEWS by carrier 45c a month THE NEWS by m ai13 a year- r i 1 t s 1 y 59 r I f v 1 trF c i tHE WINCESTERFW w Pili FiVe 1 l sQdEri t d tsi The Rube Ball x The Auditorium was again the r scene of much merriment on Thurs day evening for all the Unties came to town and were very extravagant in buying their costumes Each tried to out dress the outliers and you may be assured that there were some very unique and laughable cos tunes there A skate book was given to tbe best make up for the man and one for the lady and these led the grand march IfEIackburnPrewitt I Mr Fred Blackburn and Miss Car rie Prewittwere quietly married in the parlor of the Phoenix Hotel Lex ington at 10 oclock Wednesday I n Frazeeb of Transylvania University The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J Pr wittof this county and is a most Z beputifnl andattractive girl Mr Blackburn is the son of Mr J B Blackburn editor of the Stanton Ky Herald and a member of the firm of Hardwick Company of Stanton and is quite popular Mrs Webbie Chorn of Me Ster ling is a guest in town Mrs Reuben Brazneil has returned to Lexington after a most delightful visit with Mrs Ogden Crutcher Mrs J W Rileyof Morehead who has been the guest of her sister Mrs H S Strother for several days re Thil1sdayMrJack is a guest in town for a few days Misses Gertrude and Evelyn Price spent Friday in Lexington v it t a V ReinoldsFishback The home of Mr and Mrs Fish backwas most gorgeously decorated wn white chrysanthemums honor of the marriage of Miss Ella Fishbaek and Mr Boyd Reynolds Asthe strains of Mendlesohns well ding match were heard Dr and Mrs Robert Fishback entered the draw ingroom followed by Miss Daisy Proctor alone then the bride gowned I in White directoire satin on the grooms arm anti stood beneath the weddingbell where they were united into theJioly bands of matrimony by Mr Elder Immediately after the cejrembny the hatny couple left for abridaltrip The wedding was a quiet one only the immediate families being present The bride is one of the young girls in the county and Mr Reynolds is a popular younqr man with the Model Clothing Co in Lexington r A Sermon There are some people who look upon a drunken man with pity as a victim of misfortune the same ds one who is sick or injured Possi bly in cases of hereditary inebriates that view is warranted There are others who view the drunkard with anger enraged that any human creature should sink below the lever of the beasts Arid yet others are simply disgusted at the sight ofa drunken man they view it is one the unpleasant sights which must lof seen occasionally but which should be forgotten as soon as pos sible You know full well there is no sober man who likes to see n drunken one The intoxicated man imagincsIhe would care to admit when sober But when sober he probably admits he was somewhat foolish when he was feelin good as he expresses it But the strange thing is that men will do over and over again this same thing whiph they know is fool ish and can never do other than in jure them Not only repeat it the second time but again and again until being tight becomes the single consuming passion of their lives It is not a pleasant finish the drunk Cards end and few who start that way mean to go the route And they wouldnt if men were l1 tso con ceited Rid man of his conceit and you have almost solved the tern perance problem for not many now drink through ignorance They know the end if diet follow it to the end is all bad but trust their superior will power to stop them in time Then they load up on the stuff which weakens their will power and at thy same time saps their physical strength and mental ability andwhich will drive them to death Boys and men it is a dangerous game to play- as well as foolish but men particu larly young men are not always op nosed to the element of danger nor are they always overwiseI wrw+t +w t w ARTIS TURNBULL I Big Shi ment of New Suits I HAS JUST ARRIVED J 1Some of the Prettiest we have shown this Season7 yNew Suits in Fine Worsteds Chiffon V Broadcloths and English Tweeds at all prices jThese are all the latest models in extreme 1andh S Jd1umcoats semi fitted and t threequarter fitted j tHgh Grade Silks and Dres GoodS oj lJ ArtisL I FROM GARRET 11 to Cellar you need good Furniture and we can supply it Our present assortment includes many attract ive pieces of FINE FURNITURE suited to every room in the house Our stock is always complete and our prices always interesting WONT YOU LET US SHOW IT TO YOU 1 The Winn Furniture Co sI tJ ti f w Y I J I ij i it PERSONALS I trs Lizrle Dudley and Miss An me PjldJey went to Frankfort tliia morning for a little visit Mrs Mutt Adams and her attractive guest Mjne Hiddiriga vveijt to Frankfort tins morping for a few clays visit Mrs Adams formerly lived in Frankfort and her friends will be glad to greet her in her old home They will come back to Lex ington on Mondaywhen Mrs Kate Adams Milward will entertain them with a tea Mrs Katherine Cook has returned to her homy in Millersburg after a visit with Mrs Bowden on Maple street Miss Ethel Garner will gohome spEndTh1l1kton JX C From there she will go on to New York and spend the win tor with Mrs Bratus Turner andwill come back to Vfasliinjrton for the Inauguration on March 4v Miss Mary Belle Field Miller re turned Wednesday from Richmond Mr Tom Luxon of Lexington was in town Thursday Mr G D McCullum was in Richmond Wednesday Mrs Callie Besuden is seriously- ill at the home of lien father Rev Richard French on Boone avenue Wm Miller Co Americas lead ing furrier will assist in the Fur Opening Monday November 16th at The Curry Dry Goods Co 11132t SUBJECT IS PAUL BEFORE FELIX Dr Porter of Lexington Preaches to Large Audience at First Baptist The revival at the First Baptist Church is nightly attended by large audiences Sixty extra chairs were put in the church Thursday night Every seat was crowded and many were standing There were two ad ditions and two conversions Dr Porter of Lexington took for his sub ject Paul Before Felix His text was uGo thy way for this tithe some more convenient season I will call for thee Acts 2425 Text Shadows Forth This text shadows forth the triune stages in the downfall of the unregenerate li conviction delay deathoJudge Felix through curios ity had sent for Paul to see for him self if he justified the current es Hum te of his worth People have oncer ideas of the mission of the preacher and send for them for various reasons The mission of the preacher is not to amuse nor is his mission one of peace It is some times the preachers business to raise the devil and then whip him The cemetery is the most peaceful spot on earth and if we are only seeking peace we can find it there Conflict and contention must often mark the preachers life Felix Trembled A Paul reasoned of righteousness and judgment to come Felix trembled It was not at the physical power of Paul that he trembled Behind this pagan judge was the im perial power of Rome It was the Judgment to come that agitated his heart and stirred his conscience thus doth conscience make cowards of us all You too have shud dered in the lonely hour of the night when no danger was near If Felix had done his duty he would have said Paul you are right and with Gods help I will serve your Saviour Wife Did Not Tremble It is worthy of comment that his wife did not tremble She heard the same sermon that her husband Felix heard but so far as the record goes it had no effect upon her It is a great mistake to believe that only the vile men of earth will go to perdition I have personally known women who walked in the highest social circles and whose hearts were colder and more cruel than those of the drunk ard and harlot Man Knew His Duty This man knew his duty but he delayed doing it He said Go thy way for this time The present is the only time of which any of usmay be sure The past i sgone the fut ure belpngs to God In Gods gram mar there is but one tense and that is the present tense There is no promise to the sinner for tomorrow Now is the accepted time and now is the day of salvation Reasons For Deferring Like every other unregenerate Felix has his reasons for deferring We are told that he hoped that money would be given him Money if rightly used is a great power for J r tt r r i J Clifton B Ross I f THE I t Fall Has Finally Arrivedand in the present Cold Weather the Ladies are mafa log their Selections of FALL MERCHANrDISH We have on hand the Very r Latest in FALL and WIN I J 4 TER GOODS r lr i t I 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 cotton7I2c quality your choice 5cBleach-edcottons 6C to 12C FLANNENETTES and outing cloth for house IFlannenettes sacks for winter wear in all some with beautiful persian borders per yard tOe and up BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Beautiful line of outing blankets per pair 150 pricesBordered bordersinwhitefblue IBargain iii Soiled Net Underwear AT Winter Weight Clifton B RossSouth Main St Winchester t good and for God but badlv used is theally of Satan Many a man thinks he will get rich by not serving God but as a matter of fact the riches of this world are now largely ill the hands of church members The richest man that ever lived hands around a collection plate in a Bap tist Church Afraid of the Jews Another reason for deferring tha question of his salvation was that he was afraid of the Jews The Jews were against this religion and were he to accept they might make trou ble for him at Rome A politician would rather give up anything on earth his job and his soul with him is entirely a secondary considera tion A true Christian can defy pubic opinion Oh if he would have only been a man for a few moments A man must have backbone if he expects to be anybody in this world A man without a spinal column is at best despisable Be a man or a mouse a woman or a butterfly Never Trembled Again So far as the record shows Felix never trembled again though we are sure that he trembled in the tragic hour of death and in the awful hour of Judgment Procrastination is not only the thief of time but of souls We are either growing in grace or iniquity day by day When Nero was first asked to sign a death war rant he saidtlOh that I couldnot write my name and dashed with this remark the stylus from his hand But as the years had passed his heart had hardened and when asked to sign the death warrant of Paul heseized the pen with ghoulish glee ind quickly affixed his name Had His Opportunity He had his opportunity and cru cified it He had his moment of mercy and murdered it The memory in perdition that he might hYp ac cepted the gospel as preached by Paul would intensify the tortures of his punishment You have everything to gain and nothing to lose by an immediate ac ceptance of Christ Today the Saviour calls For refuge fly The storm of vengeance falls And death is nigh These lines were sung by Mr San key on the night before the great Chicago fire Little did those who heard them believe that before an other day some of them would be consumed in the destruction of the city You shall hear your last ser mon and listen to the singing of the last song and in all probability go from the house of God to a god less grave Deserved or Undeserved The sweetest of all sounds Is prals Xenophon r i icI 3 t All wool blankets for the cold snap all i 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 suits broad cloths fancy worsteds and serges Every detail of their construction such as linings trimmings and tailoring are as only the most skilled workmen can produce Prices 1800 to 5000 VOILES I INQUIREOFTENu Butjudge rarely and thou wilt not often be mistaKezi But you will use good judgment if you will visit our store often You can always find the right thingithere IC HBQWEIMT Jeweler and Optician 1 t L BaseballSeason PresidentialElection I CHRISTMAS The fans have had their fun the politicians theirs and now comes our turn THE HOLIDAYS- Do you realize how close to hand they are It is just the right time now for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full of New Goods We are readyits your play Come be the first to make your selection Avoid the rush BALDWIN BOS JEWELERS AND OPTICIAflSJ vli You Want a Furniture Bargain Visit our Store It is not so much the price which is satisfactorytopurchased here is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction No matter what your requirements may be you can save money by buy x ing here t If Its Houseturnishings You Need See Us r Stock is very full now so drop in and learn of the right things for Fall Fur nishings moneyWeWe have been furnishing homes in this locality for a long time Today we are doingmore business than everIiIs not this evidence that we are pretty t right in goods in prices and in treat ment of our customers HALL l1 ECTONFUR- NITUREUNDERTAKING J f z L Si iLt Ii if j CJ 7 I t J tr I 1 r iY HEWI4h t Tr rl t t t IYounger I Set J jar ROBERT W CHAMBERSI Avthwr of The Fighting Chance Etc CWri ht 1907 by Robert W Chambers ill III It I till J I I J I J HI- tappeared that she could not do so that even the threatened tendency of Mock Copper could not sharpen her wits to devise a way for him Very jfanocently she told him that Jack atuthven was leading the Chinese co mionwith Mrs DelmourCarnes from xe end Gerald Erroll with GladysIfrom the othera hint that aught to be easy enough to obtain In spite of the strangely forgetful Or ehils Long since he had fixed upon Gladys ftrchil as the most suitable silent part ner tor the unbuilt house of Neergard unconcerned that rumor was already sending her abroad for the double pur pose of getting rid of Gerald and of living deserving aristocracy a look in at the fresh youth of her and her sell lag price He had come on various occasions dose to the unruffled skirts of this young girl not yet however in her rwh house But Sanxon Orchil had recently condescended to turn around in his office chair and leave his ainus Sag railroad combinations long enough b divide with Neergard a quarter of a million copper profits and there was mother turn to be expected when Neergard gave the word Therefore it puzzled and confused ISfeergard to be overlooked where the gay world had been summoned with an accompanying blast from the pub He press therefore he had gone to Rosamund with the curtest of hints fiat he would like to have a card to- tile Orchil affair There Is no use in speaking to George she said shaking her head Try It returned Neeigard with a Xnt of a snarl And he took his leave and his hat from the man In waiting sllghttJbr the lifting of an eyebrow in the drawing rooms becomes warrant for a ap that runs very swiftly below stairs That afternoon alone in his office BTeergard remembered Gerald and for the first time he understood the mistake of making an enemy out of what 3e had known only as a friendly fool But it was a detail after all merely x slight error in assuming too early an arrogance he could have afforded to wait for He had waited a long long while for some things As for Fang he had him locked up wIth his short account No doubt hed Sear from the Orchils through the fanes However to clinch the matter Se thought he might as well stop in to see Ruthven So that afternoon he took a hansom art Broad and Wall streets and rolled smoothly uptown not seriously concerned but willing to have a brief un ferstanding with Ruthven on one or ttro subjects As his cab drove up to the intricate 3f ornamental little house of gray tone a big touring limousine wheeled out from the curb and he caught sight of Sajixon Orchil and Phoenix Mottly nuthveninswas returned coolly by Orchil and ap gently not observed at all by Mott Jr He sat a second in his cab motion Jfess the obsequious smile still sten died on his flushed face Then the jfnsh darkened He rot ort of his cab and bidding the man wait rang at the Souse of Ruthven Ruthven in a lounging suit of lilac aflk sashed in with flexible silver stood with his back to the door as Heergard was announced and even after he was announced Rutfiven took Sis time to turn and stare and nod with a deliberate negligence that ac cented the affront Neergard sat down Ruthven gazed tmt of the window then soft thumbs Hooked in his sash turned leisurely in JSnpudcnt interrogation What Is tile matter with you ask akTKeergard I see theres some troui lie somewhere What is it Whats tithe matter with Orchil and that hatchet faced beagle pup Mottly Is there anything the matter Jack Nothing important said Ruthven With an Intonation which troubled jJTeergard Did you come here to gladtoAre you Well then I want a card to the Orchils Awfully sorry Ton mean you wont Well if you really insist theyah Tdont want you Neergard Vhowhyhow do you happen to know that they dont Is this some y tty spite of that young cub Geral- dorand he almost looked at Ruthven = stb1s some childish whim of auraOh T really nowIYes really now sneered Neergard yond better tell me And youd bet tunderstand now once for all just exactly what Ive outlined for myself so you can steer clear of the territory X operate In I need a little backing rot 1 can get along without 1AndWhat Im going to do is to marry Miss undCrsbtnYIthe Erroll boy and I think Ill dis count right nov any intentions of anyI married man to bother Miss Orchil filter some Dakota decree frees him m the woman whom hes driven into ou asylum gpf hypn Ifyflfctvl at hlnjcuiiously i v r I So that ia discounted is tt1 j f think SonOCd Nwrgard VI dont think maartrip try to ob tain a divorce until l gay the W oran Oh why notT Because of my knowledge concern ing that mans crooked methods in obtaining for me certain options that clubIcoolly I see How extraordinary I But landLYes but the stench of your treach ery remains my friend Not treachery only temptation observed Ruthven blandly Ive talked Nothing important said Ruthven it all over with Orchil and Mottly I told Orchil what you persuaded me to do YouyouNot not at all protested Ruthven languidly settling himself once more among the cushions And oy the way he added theres a law bylaw something orotherthat understand may interest youhe looked up at Neergard who bad sunk back in hij chairpabout unpaid assessments Neergard now for the first time was looking directly at him Unpaid assessments repeated Ruth nhIts a detaila lane er eh forced unless weahfind it conven tent to rid ourselves of a member Thought It just as well to mention it said Ruthven blandly as theyve seen fit to take advantage of theah opportunityunder legal advice Youll hear from the secretary I fancy Mottly you know Is there anything more Neergard- He looked at Ruthven scarcely seeing him Finally he gathered his thick legs under to support him as he rose stupidly looking about for his hat Ruthven rang for a servant When he came Neergard followed him with out a word small eyes vacant the moisture visible on the ridge of his iose his red blunt hands dangling as he walked Behind him a lackey laughed s s s In due time Neergard who still spent his penny on a morning paper read about the Ordhil ball There were three columns and several pictures lie read every item every name to the last imbecile period Then he rose wearily and started downtown to see what his lawyers could do toward reinstating him in a dub that had expelled himto find out r there remained the slightest trace of a chance in the matter But even as he went he knew there could be none There was a new pressure which he was beginning to feel vaguely hostile to him in his business enterprises hitches in the negotiations of loans delays perhaps accidental but annoying changes of policy in certain firms who no longer cared to consider acreage as investment and a curiously veiled antagonism to him in a certain railroad the reorganization of which he had dared once to aspire to And one day sitting alone In his of fice a clerk brought him a morning paper with one column marked in a big blue penciled oval It was only about Gerald Erroll and Gladys Orchil who had run away and married because they happened to be in love although their relatives had prepared other plans for their sep arate disposal The column Was a full one the heading in big typea good deal of pother about a boy and a girl after all particularly as it appeared that their respective families had determined to make the best of it thaticolumn Then he went home with a mental lassitude that depressed him and left him drowsy in his great arm chair before the gratetoo drowsyand apathetic to examine the letters and documents laid out for him by his sec retary although one of them seemed to be important something about alienation of affections something about a yacht and Mrs Ruthven and a heavy suit to be brought unless oth settlement was suggested as a balm 1er Mr Ruthven To dress for dinner was an effort a purely mechanical operation which was only partly successful although his man aided him But he was too tired to continue the effort and at last it was his man alone who disem- barrassed him of his heavy clothing and who laid him among the bed clothes where he sank back relaxed breathing loudly in the dreadful de pressed stupor of utter physical and neurotic prostration To be continued t H w Yoi WANT a cook iYl WANT a situation IYou NAT help T IYOt WANT to sell Ton WANT to buy 4 the classified IIUse column of j NEWSi 4 iP Iitn Xmas Presents For Mere Man Homemade Offerings That Will Appeal to the Masculine Heart A Bachelors Roll Latest Collar Box s The average male is usually a very difficult individual to cater to in the way of Christmas presents The de signs illustrated are likely to prove ac ceptable especially the bachelors roll to the unwedded male condemned to sew on his buttons For its manufacture a strip of black cloth is service able material to use As the picturlIshows it consists of a about eight inch es long and wide enough to take two spools of cotton placed lengthwise The edges are turned in and stitched the inside being lined with white flannel When this is done cut two circular pieces of the cloth a trifle larger than a spool of cotton turn in the edges evenly line with the same mate rial as that used for the roll turn over the one end of the strip and sew to the circle leaving the opening wide enough to slip in two cottonIcircle on the other end to match then make the needlecase also of flannel Secure a strip across the roll from one side to the other as seen in the illustration sew some buttons to these then sew on a strip of narrow tape across the roll through which a pair of scissors can be slipped Finish off the ends neatly and the little roll is any man is pleased with a collar box as a Christmas present and one of the latest designs is illustrated In its best form leather Is the material used but any strong fabric will an swer the purpose The box consists of a bag stiffened at the lower part and sewed to a circle of cardboard largo enough to accommodate the collars The edges of the stiffened portion are ornamented with fancy cord while a cord run through a casing draws tIll bag up The word Collars may be embroideredon one side or merely the initials If made of leather the cords should be passed through slits cut at regular intervals A cuff case is arranged to match the f collar bug the two making a most at MATERIALS REQUIRED One small skin of green leather Two yards of silk cordor One yard ofcretonne Four yards silk cord Embroidery silks for lettering TUE LATEST COLLAR BOX tractive set The stamped material comes in two pieces front and back which have ends arranged to fold over and fasten with snaps on the front This allows the case to be opened at both ends which Is often a great con venience The case is lined with a handsome green moire which comet with the outfit One skein each of file silk of the different shades is required for working A Stocking Novelty In wondering wbat to give a girl friend for Christmas do not forget that a pair of silk stockings always proves acceptable Black and white are the most popular choices for a gift as in buying colored stockings it is necessary to know the shade of the gowns and shoes that are to be worn with them If however you want something a little more elaborate there are black silk stockings with colored tops and insets on the instep to match that are new and popular with young women who are not conservative as to the dressing of their feet What to Give A little desk ornament consisting of pincushion clip holder and paper weight nil in one Sachets of tancy ribbon attached to elaborately constructed girdles all starred and gathered Smokers sets in the form of human skulls consisting of cigar holder ash receiver match safe etc Wicker chairs made on very massive lines and finished with seats and backs of grain leather studded with heavy brass nails Small brass tablets about 4by6in- ches bearing various mottoes and well known sentiments these being mounted on plaques of dark colored wood 1 x ii r USEFUL PRESENTS Dainty Christmas Trifle For the We t man Who Sews Ribbon Holder A sewing case of cretonne Is always appreciated as a gift by the woman who does her own mending The vivid colors of the cretonne and the grace of the design make It particu larly attractive as a material for this purpose The case illustrated may easily be made at home at a very small cost A strip of cre tonne is used for the outside of the case and the in side is lined with silk harmonizing with the colors In the design The sewing ma terials are held in place with straps of ribbon At each end of the case are rib bons that tie it- whelt not in use A most ingen ious and conven ient holder for the rolls of baby ribbon which are such necessary trifles in the wardrobe of the dainty woman has been devised and is so simply formed that it may be attempted by the merest amateur in sew lug When com plete it resembles a very large spool of cotton and the starting point is to cut two rounds in cardboard one CRETONNE SEWING inch larger in CASE diameter than the roll of baby ribbon Tbese are covered on both sides with anything convenient though white linen outside and white china silk on the inside is a suggestion Around one end may be embroidered A Friend In Need on the other the initials going diagonally Holes are pierced in the center of the cardboard and the rolls of ribbon and the ends secured under rosettes sewed on the cardboard where the holes are in the the cotton spool the rolls in varied hue taking the place of the cotton The hanger also starts from these points and through a loop on one end of the spool a tiny pair of scissors is slipped the other end holding a bodkin in a similar loop SET OF BLOTTERS Useful Holiday Gift That May Be Made at Home This simple and inexpensive gift can be made with little trouble Buy a big sheet of gray blotting paper dark gray preferred the tiniest calendar that you can purchase and a yard of onehalf inch holly red ribbon Cut twelve pieces of the paper 3 by inches Then after taking the calendar apart paste one month on the upper left hand corner of each blotter Put the blotters in a pile taking care to have the months of the calendars in order and tie them to gether with the ribbon in the way shown in the illustration If you wish you can make an en isIMATEUALS REQUIRED One sheet of gray blotting paper A smallcalendar Half Yardof onehalf inch holly red ribbon TilE BLOTTERS WHEN FINISHED envelope in the house and printiu the upper left hand corner in gilt letters Greeting to a Friend Place till blotters in this and you have a very attractive ami useful present Waist Protectors One of the simplest and at the same time one of the most appreciative gifts which one can make a girl is a waist protector to slip over the closet hanger which holds her fancy waists It is the easiest thing in the world to makeTake a square of figured silk silko line or any pretty light material cut a hole in the center large enough to slip easily around the collar of the waist and finish around the edges with some pretty white lace Rosettes of narrow satin ribbon tack ed on the corners will add tothQ dainty effectLining Is not advised as this would make the protector too heavy for deli rate waists Nickel BreadTrays Quaint and ornamental for the table are the nickel bread trays in old co lonial design showing fluted and beaded borders in highly polished finish These trays are somewhat boat shaped and show ornamental effects in pierced workI Appropriate Mctto Cards Motto cards have come into great t prominence as Christmas gifts Pop alar quotations illuminated with elab orate floral garnitures printed on large bywhIchtocbi 7 0t Peoples State Bank CAPITAL S1OOOOO I Tiffs bunk began business less than three years ago just ui the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth ire he tart in the number ofour depositors and in the volume of our business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are co IIa ted to open an account with us Per sonal atteuloi tuan business x J M HCbSKIN Cashier J L BROtft President L B COCKRELL Vice President n A11ditnriUPlu Skating every Afternoon ar d- Evening The season has fairly opened now and crowds arc attending the rink daily The Best Skating Rink in the Blue Grass with an uptodate floor and plenty of room to move around All who dtslreto learnI will be inathe morning or between session Auditoriu 1 w I Baseball Season rest entia Electio- nChristmasI The fans have their fun the politicians theirs and now comes our turn THE HOLIDAYS Do you realize how close to hand they are It is just the right time now for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full of New Goods We are readyits your play Come he the first to make your selec tion Avoid therus- hBaldwin Bros + t Jewelers and Optician 13times Brown Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for the money IIIft t CALLe ON NELSON 9 The Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred jOEFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 33- 9PllTOGRAPUYHlGHGRADE Remember that Irghgrade fotografs andportraitsmn e appropriate Xma presents Place your orders with hARP The Artist now and avoid tht rush during the holidays s The Difference i The wpman who remains single all hEr ife because the only mcn s NFL ilived died In the 1i6wer of his ti Is regarded ra ahcrdirrc fht ua yho remains a bachelor because tie darling of his hoaVt went to an carij grave is generally supposed to bo a fool p i iiHe Knew Willie was being enlightened by nJs alder sister who telling him that God planted the trees JHevery knowingly answered You can beieye that if You want to butT saw Mr Emer son plant ouraThe LoIiieainr j H i Capital 100000 a Undivided Profits 160000- y THE 1 Winchester Bank IWINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR AOOOUNTSr MACS AIM SGOLINELnqines s SIMPLE hEll BlE- ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee rWRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG CO IINCORPO ATED WINCHESTER KYJ DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashier THE Jark toODtj National Bank M2CIN STREETlisSina heater QDta r Capital 2OOOOO f Surplus 91OOOOO Undivided Profits 36 OOO wrorjtanlied 1866 being the oldest Bun in theultv Collections made on all potato and your ac connK poUeHeda c isas i9os TilE BEST INSURANCE IS THE CHEAPEST 4 F you are not Insured Find our office at once J WRite or phone for rates and terms tB Efore insuring s eus WE ARE THE BEST JOUETFS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 SEE GILBERT BOTTO FOR f Fresh 6 Cured Meats IFish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE EiACHt t f t iiiCoCrating Handling and Fur II fiSje Pianos Etc a Specify INC I Grth Main Stree Both Phones WINCHESTEf T LttJEIN6 COPWANY s M 60 HMcXINNEY Props lptlses Cleaned Pressed and Repair DRY cicXNiNC AND DYING A SPECIALY Onrer Allmu 3r Mnrpbya Store opp Court Hoeast ir t r vrw r t I y l t e r n WIIOItE r NEWS pr2Jllt A J L ria ii e 1 91 rawGrden GOOD SEED COR- NiiectinfIt a Matter of Care and In telligence In order to secure the largest possible f yields of corn including grain and fodder the grower must carefully and In telligently select cure test and grade his seed corn It is true that many farmers obtain their seed corn from the crib in the spring and secure what appear to be good stands and reason A STUDY OP KERNELS The upper three kernels are well propor tioned and qccupy completely the space between the circumference of the ear and the circumference of the cob The upper right hand two kernels are poorly shaped and leave a lot of unoccupied space The lower right hand two kernels show how the white rice popcorn ker nels occupy the space The lower two kernels are of the shoe peg type The eft two kernels show the relative shape and position of flint kernels as com pared with the upper three dent ker nels ably good crops This does not mean however that the stand might not have been made better and the croji larger had these same farmers gives more care to the selection storing and treatment of their seed corn The condition of corn in the sprint of 1008 that had stood during the win- tert in shock or crib emphasizes in n striking way the risks that are run in using seed that has not been properly saved Of a large number of ears test ed at the Michigan Agricultural col lege fof vitality those selected from the shock invariably produced an ex ceedingly low number of germinations More than 50 per cent of the ears pro- dpeed no germination whatever and- o those that did show vitality it was rare that 100 per cent of the kernels germinated The conditions under Which corn passed the winter were exceedingly Dad but even with the best conditions there are influences such as freezing molding and the like which of necessity tend to reduce the vitality of the corn The ear should be selected while it still remains on the standing stalk The stalk should be of good size with considerable foliage The position oi the ear should be considered If too low it Is apt to mature late It Is the opinion of the college experimenter that increased yields are secured bj the judicious selection of seed from stalks bearing two ears The Ideal ear should be cylindrical not tapering Ex perience teaches that rough top kernel are best The selected ears should be placed where they will dry In the shortest reasonable time and various methods have been employed for this purpose There is no better method from the standpoint of efficiency than the old one of braiding the ears together by the husks left upon them or tying them in lots by strings and hanging in the summer kitchen or in the attic above near the stovepipe This how ever requires considerable room and is not altogether satisfactory to the 1rJtersin the kitchen A furnace PRACTICAL BAOK FOR DBYJNO room Is a good place provided it Is well ventilated and an occasional fire is built Frequently the corn is left in crates and while this is usually a suc cessful method there is more or less danger from molding Corn so stored should be watched carefully until It is known to be thoroughly dry The cheap rack shown herewith is used at the college for storing and dry Ing seed corn It is twelve feet long capacityfare 2 by 4 inch hemlock and stand four feet apart They are set in pairs four Inches apart each pair carrying a tlepf corn Sixpenny nails should be used in nailing on the strips Chemical Action of Manure Manures act chemically on soils by adding new stores of plant food and by their decomposition in the soil they give off carbonic acid gas which unites with the soil waters and increases its 4 dissolving action on mineral plant food It also provides the formation of hu mates in the soil and thus renders in e ert mineral plant food more available k i 4 LLLEST EGG PRESERVATIVE y t fi z i f Laval Is Now Preferred hy Many Far eiln Experts Italian and French eiperfcB hive of late days become convinced that lard as an egg preservative Is to be highly commended Dr Campanfnfan Italian agricultural authority after reviewing the various known means of preserv ing eggsby salt water limewater silicate of potash vaseline and cold storage described his lard experiments which showed better results than all others His theory Is that to preserve eggs some system must be adopted that will absolutely prevent the exchange between the air outside and the inside of the egg for it is this continual exchange that causes putrefaction Dr Campanlni selected perfectly fresh eggs and covered them with lard so as effectually to stop up all the pores The shells were thus rendered impermeable and the ex change of air was prevented the ob struction of the pores not permitting the evaporation of the water The whites and yellows of the eggs retained their colors perfectly and the taste was not modified in the slightest degree When properly caked with lard not too thickly the eggs arc put in baskets or boxes on a bed of tow or fine odorless shavings and so arranged that there will be no point of contact between them otherwise a mold will develop and putrefaction result The packing room should be perfectly dry the question of temperature not being important By this process Dr Cam panlni kept a quantity of eggs for a whole year through a very hot summer and a very cold winter and they were perfectly preserved Some authorities take exception to the smearing of eggs with fat or lard Limewater on the other hand is strongly advocated by Canadian poultry experts RAISING DUCKS These Fowls Require Treatment Dif ferent From the Ordinary An authority on ducks says that they require different care from other fowls and especially chickens The same care and feed that will produce good results with chickens are not good for ducks They require vegetables ani mal matter and a good supply of green food as well as plenty of water for drinking purposes where they are not allowed to run to a stream They are PRIZE PEKIN DUCKS good layers when fed and handled properly and as a seller on the market the duck is in good demand at all times Pekin ducks are great layers but are of no account as mothers consequently If they cease laying and remain on the nest shut them up feed them well for a few days and when they are turned loose they will soon begin to lay again 4s they will do this the season through from early March till late in November in warm latitudes with only a little rest in midsummer a large flock can be raised from a very few to begin with If one does not care for eggs later than the summer months the ducks may be picked the feathers being a source of considerable profit whether kept for ones own use or sold but the ducks must not be picked dur ing the period eggs are wanted While ducks will usually commence to lay In February It Is not advisa ble to begin hatching too soon Damp ness is more fatal to young ducks than anything else and early in the spring it requires considerably more work to look after them than later on after the weather becomes more settled For the reason that they make better mothers and bear the necessary confinement better than ducks it Is best to hatch the first brood under hens Fear keeps them confined until the ducks are well fledged There need be but little If any loss and after the ducklings get well started to feathering they are quite hardy and can be turned out to look out for themselves If given good care for the first ten days there are few fowls that can be raised with less trouble Fall Care of Orchard In sections where the ground is very tough the orchard should not be culti t ate especially in the falL In hilly swhere the ground does not freeze and where there is a great deal of rainfall during the winter the ground is apt to be mellowed by the cultivation causing the best part of the soil to wash away during these winter rains But In sections where the ground will freeze during the win ter in level locations fall cultivation will prevent the soil from wasting away To turn up the mellow ground to the action of the frost renders many of the unsolublo mineral plant food elements llable for the trees which is valuable in developing and maturing the fruit Cultivate between the rows allowing the ground to be reasonably porous so the freezing will be as beneficial as possible but the dirt must not be allowed to remain in large lumps which will expose the roots of the trees to the cold weather I r KEW DINNER TABLE DAINTT I Champagned Grape Devised tar Tickle the Palates of the Very Wealthy Champagned grapes are among the newest dainties for the dinner table A hole is punched in each grape and part of the meat and most of the juice is removed The champagne is squirted in througha tiny silver nozzle and the plug that has been removed to hol low the grape is put back in its place and cemented there with liquid sugar All that is done without breaking the grape from its stem Each bunch when champagned is puton ice and the fruit is served frozen Most of the gas is out of the thimbleful of champagne by the time the grape is eaten but the wine flavors the fruit and the taste is al together out of the ordinary Be sides it is a conceit that has the advantage of being expensive CHARACTERISTIC EXPRESSIONS A photographer gives the follow ing directions to his customers Vhen a lady sitting for a picture would compose her mouth to a bland andserene character she should just before entering the room say broom keep the expression into which the mouth subsides until the desired effect in the camera is evi dent Ifon the other handshe wishes to assume a distinguished and somewhat noble bearing not sug gestive of sweetness she should say brush the result of which is infallible If she wishes to make her mouth look small she must say flip but if her mouth is already too small and needs enlarging she must say cabbage BEST APPETIZERS We all know how an appetizer acts but do we know why A fa mous German physician says that hunger is caused by lack of blood in the stomach That lack acts on al special nerve which is a branch of the nerves of the tongue Therefore when a spice or sharp acid is applied to the tongue it stimulates the nerve to action and those pricks andspurs to appetite are not merely the gratification of cranky notions but a response to natural demands It is therefore a scientific fact that those foods which bite the tongue which gives a relish in short are the best appetizers RUDDERLESS AIRSHIP Mme Poppova a Russian woman has invented a rudderless airship which she has named the annulated dragon because of the peculiar shape of its body This airship is said to adapt itself naturally to every va viety and strength of wind Per sons who have examined the airship declare that in spite of its peculiar appearance it is a practical sailer WONDERED WHY SHE LAUGHED Little Binks Ah Miss Sweet how beautiful is everything in nature MUCH RELIEVED The Highwaymen Hands up Ive got you covered The Public Manmuch fright ened Whwhat have you got theretThe HighwaymanArevolver The Public Man much relieved Oh thats all right I was afraid it might be a compromising letter Cleveland Leader- SOMETHING OF A TOSS Robber growled the victim you said that house was just a stones throw from the station Well demanded the real estate agentWell the distance is half a mile at least Is that all Time andagain Ive seen a blast from a quarry that would throw stones upward ofa milel a 1 y l r THE WINCHESTER NEWS t The Best- Advertising Medium in l Clerk County Now is the time for the uptodate business man m to take advantage of a It golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach f the buyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every week day in the year over 1400 homes in this county receive the News And they read it tooy The management ofthe News before the paper was started estimated that a 1000 circulation r by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the mark The Fall and Winterr trade is at handIf a Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election Good times are ahead for us all v Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read the News every evening The people who have money on therural Sjof Clark get the News ev ery morning I Advertise in 6 THE NEWS and be abreast of tI the limesIthe WINCHESTER NEWS CO r 7 INCORPORATEDf ilf 13 rf t tt 0 +t h t- Y JJ 2 J I St j 1tS j 1i i y r r tt qr4 lrWINCH STERHEWS = tt s u1 fvraae tosIrL rr1wGR r r We carry all Good Things that are necessary to Make Your Reception or- T i i Card Party a Success Champignons French Peas ImPt d Spanish Peppers Lobster and Potato Chips Colors Insure Your Guests Good a Time by Buying Your Fancy Groceries from STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Powder Soie agents for Red Cross Flour Prices lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase Sanfeorn Coffees and Teas Huyters Candy J w 1THE MARKETS INC INNATI CAT Ln MARKET IS STEADY 12RC1cciat thc ftinciiftiuti Union Stockyards Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 507L1655714 Shipments 142 1823 90 Cattle Steady on good weak on other grades shippers 450n535 extra oAQd5tiQ butcher steers extra 48505 good to choice 415 7475 common to fair 3410 Jieifcrs extra 435450 rood to r qhoice 375425 common to fair 2 75P365 co vs etra 3S54 good to choice Y310ti 75common i to fair 125 g 3 cuiinere 12552 bulls steady bolognas 3360Njxtra 365 fat bulls 350375 milclr cows yped steady medium and common dull and weak Calves Steady extra 725 7750 fair to good f5757 common and v large 3675 Hogs Active medium and heavy 510c higher light shippers and pigs steady selected hem v shinu Ga 01 gtod to choice uackcr ami- v butchers 6o605 mixed packers 550595 stags 3475 ommnn to choice heavy fat sows 35Qa 525 light shippers 465 535 pigs 110 Ills and less 350460 sheep Slow 1015c lower ex tra 3600365 rood to choice 3i3gO common to fair 127JLambs Slow 1015c lower ox tra 5400550 good to choice T4S5o535 common to fair 375 4751 I LOOK FO R tJ ifi iI Asparagus Tips Maraschino Cherries Salted Almonds Mints of AU- Kinds and Dynamite todaywere CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Nov fGQO Market steady to strong Beeves 340765 Texans 60470 westerners 323 m 400 stockers and feeders 265 n 460 cows and heifers 1650540 calves 550775 Hogs Receipts about 28000 Market 5c to lOc higher Light 525590 mixed rough 5405560 pigs 4005520 bulkof sales 575600 Sheep Receipts about 15000 Market steady Native 2505460 Western 2507 460 yearlings 420500 lambs375 v5100 western 375000 NEW HIGH RECORD IS REACHED FOR HEATI CHICAGO Nov 12After establishing a new high record mark for the May delivery and ennalling yesterdays high price for December the wheat market today easedoff on profit taking and closed weak at net Josses for the day of Vfoi4to 3sc corn was steady oats were weak and provisions Range of Futures The leading futures ranged as follows WHEAT Open High Dec 00 00 l0338 1 04 July 1 01 1 02V- SL6v Close Dec 1 03 1 02H July i 1 all 1 OIlY CORN Open High W 62113 627 I July 00 00 617s 621s Low dose Dee 62621sMay 00 00 6218 C2y4 July 00 00 00 0061 617s I German Fleeced Blankets 104 size paIr regular 75c kind at per 5ge German Fleeced Blankets 114 pair size regular 150 kind at per 9ge Big each Heavy Comforts 100 kind 5ge Extra 150 Comforts each fancycovering both sides 9ge Outing Flannels heavy grades 12Vfce grade latest patterns at pr yard I I 1OO I 12CattleRce- ipts j540C15 firmr r13J FJannellets 8e Pair Ladles Shoes Lace wortli 300 to t 300 SIGNATURES N The following article has been Bignedby bout 300 Democrats in Boyle connfy np to Tuesday evening Eighteen out of every twenty voters have signed so far as approached 5ItWe the undersigned Democratic voters of Boyle Kentucky hereby call upon the candidates for the various county offices before the upiontee to meet together on Saturday Nov 14 1908 at the court house at 230 oclock p m to devise and adopt a method by which the use of money and whisky in said primary may be completely prevented and that Boyle county may not lag be hind the late National Democratic Campaign and so many of the qther counties in the State in the adoption of clean Politiest Kentucky Ad vocate Always Some Gain In Loss As there is no worldly gain without some loss so there is no worldly loss without some gain If thou hast lost thy wealth thou hast lost some trouble with it if thou art degraded likewisejness hath blurred tty beauty it hath delivered thee from pride Set the al lowance against the loss and thou shalt find no loss great he loses little or nothing that reserves himself Quarles I Be sure to attend the fur opening Monday November 6th at The Cur ry Dry Goods Co 111321 WILL PROBABLY RUN State Senator Jack Chinn we are told will shortly announce for the Legislature He says that the rea son he is wanting to go back to Frankfort is that he wants an in vestigation of the penitentiary by the legislature and says that if tbe of Kentucky women and all knew the horrors behind thoe gloomy walls they would move on Frankfort in a body and clamor ai the doors of the prison for reform The Harrodsburg Herald THE NEWS by mail 25c a mcnth COLORED COLUMN f Clarks Chapel Sunday November 15Sunday school 930 a m J H Hairis Superintendent 1030Prayer meeting 11 a m Sermon by the pastor Rev S G Turner Text 23irt Psalm 1st verse 7 p m Devotional exercises Theme Come to Jesus Services at G B F Hall BARGAiNSl II 0 I Ii s L t I i 81c12I t1cMatttngMens Heavy Fleeced Shirts and 3geatMens Heavy Yarn Half Hose 15eat per pair 1geMIxed 115vrthMens Heavy High1op Tan 1 71Shoes worth 250 now o Ladies Calf Skin Shoes plain 1 20or tipped wth 175 now 35vorthTan Close Out county people 198 I Big ReductionChikbens Shoes We are offering our J Vv i 750 Ladies Cloaks for 4oO All our 10 Ladies Cloaks for 7 Our 1500 Cloaks for998 Special t 1SIt 560La620r Boys Knee Pants at 38c THE STAR y 17i Corduroy N xt to the Winchester Drug Co f r Js I AFeld 1 r 5SjS f Ebv7LIGS ALLEY SMITH CA1 RATLIFF have opened a firstclass Bowling Alley in the Bean Building on Lexington Avenue Special attention will be given ladies who will have days specially set apart LADIES FREE FRIDAY AFTERNOON NOV 13th Bowling Parties Will Be Taken Care Of PRESITAYLORON I SALOON CASES Takes Exception to the Ruling of Po lice Court in the Case Tried fEditor of The News Will you grant me a portion of your space to put before the people of the community a matter of vital in terest to them In your issue of Tuesday your report of the saloon case as tried in the police court gives OIily in a general way the results of that trial I desire in my own be half and that of every other good cit izen who desires the safety aildprot- ection of the boys of this commun ily that the decision of the police court be plainly laid before our cit izens and its results seriously weigh ed My purpose is not to criticize or censure the decision of the court but simply to state the full facts in talc case and their bearing upon mat ters of great interest to everybody That decision as understand it is this If a boy go into a saloon and buy intoxicating liquors and the fact is proved only the bartender who sold the liquor can be held liable and not the proprietor of the saloon pro vided that the proprietor gave direc tiojis not to sell to minors The boy may swear as was done in the case before the court that the saloon was located in a certain place had a cer tain name that he went into it at a certain time that the bar was located on the left that behind the bar was a man wearing a white apron and life asked this man for a bottle of beer for which he paid ten cents and this bottle labeled beer was giy en by the man behind the counter to the boy Now let us make application of this decision Any boy might go in to a saloon buy liquor even get drunk and the saloon keeper hr no sense could be held responsible though he holds the money in his tills paid for the whiskey tliat made the boy drunk I wish to quote the instructions of Judge Benton in a similar case under which instructions a colivic tion was had for selling liquor to a minor These instructions to the jury were as follows If the jury believe from the evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that within one year be fore the finding of the indictment the defendant or anyone in his em ofIwas under 21 years of age the jury should find the defendant guilty and fix his punishment at a fine of 50 These instructions clearly hold the saloon keeper responsible for any onein his employment acting within the usual course of his employ ment namely selling intoxicating liquorsI to call attention also to an iniquitous statute passed by the City Council of Winchester which says that it shall be a fine for any minor to go into a saloon It can be readil seen that this ordinance was passed in the interest of the sa loon keeper for if the boy should go into a saloon and buy intoxicating liquors he would not be compelled under the law to testify because it would incriminate himself Thus the saloon keeper can sell to the minor and stop his mouth as a wit ness It is hard to believe that part ents having boys would for a single hour submit to such an outrageous ordinance without a most vigorous and persistent effort for its repeal Now as to my personal connection with these saloon cases Ihad ample proof that boys were going into sa loons and buying liquor I did not want to punish some saloons when I had reason to believe that others were guilty I found out that in seven out of nine saloons a smopth faced seventeen year old boy that no one would for a moment take to be 31 years of age could buy iutoxi eating liquors without ever being questioned as to his age I shall use every resource in my power to protect those in my care but I am free to say that I believe that bv this de cision of the court and the iniquitous city ordinance referred to this community is at the mere of the saloon keeper when it comes to the matter of protecting its minors againsj the evils of the saloon 4 Yours for flie boys und forthe 4t 1j i tr Tvrc safetyof every home in Winchester TrulyH TAYLOR KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AT FORD THURSDAY t Local Men at Meeting ThirtySix New Members Were Put Through fC H Bowen C E Bush and Ben Bartlett of this city went to Forth Friday night to attend the installa tin of the new uniform rank in the Knights of Pythias lodge at that place They assisted in putting on the work and were busy nearl all night Thirtysix members were put through You can not eat all the flour advertised as the best on earth and you can not make a mistak in using Mansfields Best Patent or Mt Lilly Every sack guaranteed JLU SFIELDS FLOUR MILLS Winchester K- y11I33mocod WINCHESTER ROLLER BULLS The oldest and best institution its the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the hest made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal WANTED TURKEYS I will be in the market for your Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys Will receive Thanksgiving turkeys from November 6th to 17th My of fice will be at W C Taylor Cos Stockyards on Broadway Home phone No 53 East Tenn No 74 Before selling get my prices E RENAKER AGT ll36t PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky L M STEISON Attorney At Law BO S Main S WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNE Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUH BUSH v Attorneys At Law GO S Main St Winches r Ky DRN C WORTItlNGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to Pmand7to8 Pm New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ars Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per caleinLir month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR SALEBarber 1shopoutfit modern in every respect t shopthatGood paying business best local ity Must sell at once Apply G Z Dyer 72 S Main street Win FOR SALE Meat hogs from two tt to three hundred pounds CJBOSWELL Phone 405yo 11 5Gt WANTED SEWING I am prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies shirt waists and childrens dressmaking a specialty Call at 234 S Highland street MRS J C LAEY 1019imo WANTEDTally and dinner cards to paint For particulars call No 208 Home phone or 115 College street10291moBIG DEAL Onefourth off on all cloaks at Todd Brothers this week ll122t 1YeighingIStOn Hickman street Notify Walter Nunnellv Home phone 30G ll72t FOR SALE Nice lot of Maple trees at a reasonable price Phone 8l8 A ROBERT E FOX ll76t cottagedocistern on J A RAMSEY llrlOSt FOR RENTTwo new rooms at the corner of Burns and LexingtonS avenues Gas rnd electric lights Apply to T W Brock Burn alid Lexington avenues llllH FOR SALECottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and JJteiiier street W P AZDlka I111IrisF- OR SALEA 10gauge Parker doublebarrel hammerless shotgun Cost S060 when new In condition J W CHAMBERS t 11136t- lSALE OR EXCHANGE I have a house value 2500 that is now and has been for fifteen years used asa boarding house and hotel in Eochwood Tenn I will sell or ex change for other real estate LEE WAINSCOTT j1134t FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR ll123t WANTED W old line Life Insur ance Company with large business in Kentucky would make first class contract with honest indus trious party to represent them in Expericnce will uriiishexperienced man to help close business Address with references X this office 1111 3t Silence Not Always a Virtue There is a time when silence isau t excellent quality and a noble virtue and there is a time when it shows a lack of moral courage and great cow urdiceH Lee Now Is the7TimeAs this is an off year we are not over run with heIIilQhoursyou would bring your work to us now whilewecan easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves and customers Do not wait until times get good and we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work The above is especially directed to the Agricul turalist and is applicableto Manufacturers harewaiting for the good times that are sure to come soon afterthe holidays Do not put it off because it is small We dp not like small jobs when we are busy You know Jiow that is yourself i Remember you do not have to go to Cincinnati or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Wood or Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and t White Metal Castings We y are agents for Structural Steel of allshapes and sizes r Eagle Casting GoINCORPORATE F G CORNELL x 1 itr ck Genl Manager 4r h r l 1 f ScY r