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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ub1rrr wT U1i t Jt r J I r I14 w Jp i1o fJ4t t t ItIi L NO 30 KY SATURDAY 14 I8iL CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEC 1 COMMITTEE FOR t JNEW FIRE WAGON Will Urge on Council irri r V mediate Action Tlie monthly meeting of- theWirichest l Fire Department was h ldiat their rooms Friday night Chief A R Baldwin presided and a g od number of firemen were pres ent IAlter the routine business was transacted the matter of purchasing a new hose wagon was discussed It was reported that the one now in use1s in a bad condition and unsafe for the firemen to ride on The cora Mittee appointed to investigate the matter of purchasing an automobile fcosfr wagon had little to report Mr Baldwin stated that he had been en dfeaVoring for several monts past to get the Cguneilmen to purchase a new wagon but that so far he had be4iunable to accomplish anything fls the intention of the depart ment to get first a new wagon fofr tbe central station and then through ihe aid of the Council have the ol one repaired and placed in the North end of the city where owing to thi growth of that endof the to fe very necessary 2 Wnlw I To obtain something definite the U the ftre- j iTnmif C IIl Itt e pnrnViriepn fiTVf P Winn James A McCoui ind John Harding appointedat the ijctbber meeting to investigate the tatter of purchasing an automobile fiose wagon were directed to arrang for ineetinwith thefire commit teeoftlie GduricuV a1 tiie earliest possible moment at tIe engine ishovj them the old wagon and the condition it is isee if they are will Friday night I Of Jate quite a number of young men and bo3whp are hot memberfe pf the department have been jumps Hng on the wagons as they go out of thtf house to a fire keeping firemen off and the cliief ordered the driv ers to stop whenever anyone not a member jumped on and put him off and statd that he would prosecute them hereafter There are now fiftyone members on the active list of membership ii JONES TO SPEAK IN WINCHESTER Date Set is Sunday November 29 For This City and Same Evening at Ford Superintendent E R Jones of Franklin will speak in the interest ofSthe Educational Campaign at the court JIouse Sunday November 29 at 3 oclock He will speak that eve ning at Ford at 7 oclock The committees for the meetings p have not yet been appointed But the program will probably be submitted for publication Monday Transylvania and Central Univer sities are playing football at Lex ington Saturday afternoon t Li L J r 3 i i r j A LiI r t 4it i1 1tj W 4 bO r 4 4i i 44 if J f i4i t e r Jw4 LARGEST CIRcULATION IN WCHER AND CLARK oN- TY11W x 1WINCllETER lt NEWS jJ Lt l l 1WINCHESTER NOVEMBER 2 II nnclknndP rtport sun P1MARY IS GALLED IN TurS DISTRICT Judge Benton and Attorney Crutcher Are Only Announced Can dkiates RICHMOND Ky Nov 14Th6 Twentyfifth Judicial District Com ill ittee met at the courthouse berg yesterday afternoon and fixed De cember 31 as the date for holding the Democratic primary to nominate candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney for this district All committeemen were present with Chairman Ron J A Sullivan of this city presid ing and Leslie Saundei1 of Stan ton clerk The Twentyfifth Judicial District is composed of Madison Clark Jessamine and Powell counties Judge James M Benton and Attor ney B R Crutcher of Wiuchester present incumbents have announc ed for reelection and so lar have no opposition t MEETING OF COUNTRY LIFE COMMISSION Members in Lexington Saturday fat the State Uriiver I sity The Country Life rCommission appointed by President Roosevelt 1etin Lexington Saturday Governor Willson accompanied by State Commissioner M C Rankin and other State officials fiom Frankfortattendeda Winchester was also in attendance ULU CLARK COUNTY MAN HERE VISITING Mr L G Burris Who Left Here Fif ty Years Ago is at Home Again Mr L G Burns of Buffalo New York of this isformerly city spending a few days with friends and rel atives here Air Burns was bora and raised in this county and is re lated to some of the oldest and most prominent families in the county Mr Burns left this county fifty years ago this month going to New York and engaging hr the live stock business which he is still interested in Mr Burns says he is very fond of the business having been engaged in it ever since he was17 years old He left this countv when he was 28 years old and he is now 79 and is a man of remarkable vigor and health considering his advanced age which he says is due to the way that he has taken care of himself FIRST SNOW- After enjoying the warm days much longer than we were entitled to winter is at last here The first snow of the season fell early this morning almost covering the ground u TItIOtJl 55 1 SIfg u Expect a larger business thisRit1Iand Winter than last year If you expect to keep abreast of JOIIT competitors I f 1 rt ct31Q1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into more homes on the rural routes of Clark county tthan any othr newspaper whether daily or weekly THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into prac tically every in Winchester 101 1ttss t- j 1Von Y tI i Ci wctsk r D5eINCORPORATED yr ii AJC LoTs ESCAPE FROM sonON LDr J W Porter to Speaic Saturday- Night and at Both Sermons Sunday DrJ W Prterof Lexington spoke again to a crowded house at the revival services at the First Bap tist Church Friday night His sub ject was Lots Escape from So dom He will speak again Saturday night and at both services Sunday ReVJ J Porter pastor of the First Baptist Church will o cupy Dr J W Porters pulpit in Lexington Sunday Dr Porters text was from Gen 19 17 Escape for thy life look not behind thee neither stay thou in all tire plain escape to the mountain lest thou be consumed The Ancient Cities The ancient cities of Sodom and Gbinorah were probably situated in the northern shore of the Dead sea It is said that Abraham lifted up his eyes and saw the cities of the plain which he could not have done had these cities been at the southern end of the sea asis claimed by some The wickedness of these cities had become so great that even God had lost patience with thOrn There isti boundary line to Gods patience and mercy The statute books of our State still attest the memory of the unspeakable sin of these cities The people of these cities had been given frequent warning and ample opportunity to repent Warning is often multiplied before destruction Cpmes Every man and w man has had a chance Alexander had his chance to have lived and died an honored man but he crucified his chance and died a hopeless drunk ard Caesar had his chance and might have lived and died loved and Honored by his countrymen Hut lie missed his chance and was murder ed by those whose fortunes he had made Charles Stewart Parnell had his chance to have forever Lived as the idol of Erin He despised virtue missed his chance jind died brokenhearted and despised Gods Voice Will Be Heard Gods voice will be heard even in the deathrattle of those who hate him The English laughed at Pat rick Henry but they heard him in the thundering of American cannon and in the groans of their dying- L chiel the proud Scottish warrior refused to listen to the voice of warn ing but ere the nightfall the bloodof his best soldiers had stained the wild flower of the battlefields We may live without religion but we cannot die without it We may act the part of the brave in life but without Christ we play the coward death No braver man than Na lin n probably ever lived but he in Abject fear in the presence of death Turning from the tomb of this proud child of Corsica with the memories of his life and death still upon me I turned my steps far across the sea As the sun was setting I stood upon a little moundat the northern gate of Jerusalem As I gazed with tearfilled eyes I thought of the Man of Galilee who had lived for others and then died that others might live Isee him his hands nailed to the cross and hear him as he sweetly murmurs in dying Father into thy hands I com mend my spirit Napolearis death is that of the man without Christ the ChristianS death of Christ is the dying of the As Sodom was destroyed so shall every soul that trusts not in the living God There is no use to say I do not believe in hell It would be better to say I do not believe in the Bible We ridiqule the idea of the world vbeing burned up matter a of fact the world is already on fire I have gazed upon the fires of Vesuvius thathave been steadily burning for more than two thousand years Everlasting fire is an easy thought to one who has looked upon Vesuvius They were commanded not to look back Mrs Judge Lot who was one of Sodoms societys leaders looked back and was turned toa pillar of salt It takes a good dealof salt to save the average society woman Many look back at their habits I would not offer you a Christ that is not greater than any hrbit Stay not in the plain of indecision Some are halting tonihb Launch out tonight it maybe the highest tide you will ever know f 4 MANAGERS OF SKATING RIISARE ORGANIZED =Mr DBScobee of Winchester is Made Treasurer of New Organization Tli managcrs and owners of the leading skating rinks in Central Kentucky met at the Mammoth skating jink in Lexington Fiida and or ganized The Kentucky Polo Broom- Ball and Skate Racing association and Miv D B Scobee of this city manager 4of the Auditorium skating rink was elected Treasurer of the association The suits for the Polo and Bropm ball players have been or dered and every thing has been done except arranging the schedule and Decking the team The schedule will he arranged as soon as possible but will not be put into effect until the first week in December This is being done so as to allow each of the riiiks to pick their Very best material and give them a trial before organiz ing their teamsSMr Scobee at the Auditorium will pick two teams for the Broom ball and Polo and they will practice wit one anqther and the best of the two will be chosen to represent the Win chester rink Mr Scobee will be nn picking his teams at once and as soon as the teams are chosen they will begin practice There will also be a ladies Broom ball team organized here the Br6om ball game is very fascinating and is not dangerous to play and is said to bevferfme exercise When the teams are organized and every tIling completed there will be something ioingat each of the skat ingr rinks twice a week In addition to the raeinov Broom ball mind Polo the association has arranged tose cure the very best skating rink at tractions that ard on the road to exhibit at the rinks in the association HANDSOME RESIDENCE NEARINGCMTION But One House in the Blue Grass Erected From Similar Ma terial The splendid expanded steel lath concrete stucco house with asbestes roofing which Dr M S Browne is having erected on Highland street is nearing completion There are three floors with bath and lavatory on each floor The house contains sev enteen rooms with gas and electric ity in each room The structure has the splattered ash gravel finish The only similar building in the Blue Grass was erect ed in Lexington this summer and the workmen were imported from Chi cagoSDr Brownes structure was erect ed by Winchester men and is as good as the best house that is built though the cost was considerably less than if stone had been usedS TURKEY TALK SMr J D Reese delivered to S Renaker and Son Friday 600 turkeys at 13 cents ner pound Mr E C Crogan of Lexington is 3 t W C Taylors Stock Yards re ceiving turkeys for Messrs Oilman Company Mr D B Hampton bought for Mr Juke Graves of Chilesburg 650 turkeys delivered Friday at 14 cents per pound Two carloads of turkeys were shipped from W C Taylors Stock Yards Friday to Messrs Gilman and- Company at Lexington Messrs S Renaker Sons ship ped one carload dressed turkeys Friday to Boston Miisw Messrs Brookshire l Fox deliv ered to E Renaker Sa1urd y 600 turkeys Robert Owen Delivered to E Ren aker 1300 turkeys this week 35Osborne brought 350 turkeys from mouth of Red river and solt to S Renaker at iJ per pound Messrs Toohey Bros shipped Wo carloads of turkeys Saturday One load went to Providence R li and one to Boston Mass GRAND DUKE ES rfISpechi1 fTJi e News 1 PARIS Nv J4 Grand Duke Als c4 ussi tbe zari idiedliere t dayof pneumonia J- t tlf i ELECTION IN t CUBA TODAY Pearl of the Antilles Will Vote For President No Trouble is Expected Havana Nov 14 Cuba will today follow the repent example of her big sister republic to the north in elect- Ing a president Unlike the United States however Cuba has only two candidates for tEe office of chief exec utive of the island republic The two aspirants for the presidency of Cuba are General Mario Menocal candidate of the Conservative party and Gen eral Jose Miguel Gomez head of the Liberals Their running mates are respectively Dr Rafael Montoro and Alfred Zayas The nomination of Senor Zayas for the vice presidency is the result of a coalition of the Mi guelista and Zayasta factions of the Liberal party the two men saving formerly been bitter political foes They have buried the hatchet at least temporarily in a united attempt to down the common enemy the Conservatives There is no doubt that absolute fairness will characterize the elec tion about which every safeguard has been cast by the provisional government in accordance with an elaborate election law framed by the ad- Visory commission of which Colonel Crowder is chairman The balloting GOVERNOR MAGOON Who Threw Every Possible Safeguard Round the Election- will be conducted with all the regard for law and order which marked the provincial elections last August Bot of the political leaders have given as surances that they will accept loyally the result of the popular verdict There is practically no difference in the platform of the two parties both having as their chief planks the pres ervation of the republic equal rights for all citizens the encouragement of agriculture and commerce and the maintenance of friendly relations with the United States The struggle is rankly for the possession of the government and the control of public patronageBoth Gomez and General Menocal are veterans of the revolu tion and have a large following in vir tue of their distinguished services in the field Dr Montoro is the foremost orator in Cuba and was nominated in the expectation of his being able to control the large Spanish vote but he is unpopular with many Cubans on account of his attitude during the revolution when he held office in the autonomous government in the last days of Spanish rule- Senor Zayas is the idol of a large section of the Liberals He was the leader of the last uprising against President Thomas Estrada Palma The result of the election will per haps not be known for several days despite the elaborate arrangements for the prompt forwarding of there turns from 1498 polling places Ohioans Fatal Leap For Life Monroe La Nov 14At the Oau achita parish fair here a performer whose feat is known as the leap for Ufeand consists of swinging on a rope through a sheet of flame fell from a 55foot derrick and was fatally injured His home is in Marion 0 but only his last name Bell is known to the officials of the fair He was brought to the city and placed ina hospital SAuto Plant Scorched Stoneham Mass Nov 14Much valuable machinery together with neaxljf a doz m newlyassembled automobiles and a like number of partially completed machinery owned by the gbjawmrf Motor company was destroyed ina fire which burned the companyThreeaisH jiinied The total 108815 eatf mated at nearly 100000 SS r 1 i tt I fti L1S iC ir t t ci W 4 i 1t it Jf lI ltStt li WEATHER Partly ClOiyT ilht a unday With Light Rain ndJlSnow Flurries ATTEMPTS GRAFT PROBERS LIFE f Francis i Henry Shot Down By Saloon Keeper in Crowded n CourtS r San Francisco Nov 14 Francis J Heney who is prominent in the pros ecution of the graft cases in this city was shot and probably mortallyr wounded during the progress of the trial of Abraham Ruef on the chareSof bribery by Morris Haas who was a venireman in a former trial of the graft cases The ourt had taken a recess tort n minutes and the jury had left the room Heney and Ruefs attorneys Ash and Dozier had just returned wherettheyjudge for a conference After the conference Ash and Dozier entered the court room and Heney returnedto his customary seat He was talking with former Supervisor Galla gher who had just previouslyupderS brRiefsup out of the audience Haas pfproached Heney placed a revolver against his right temple and ilred Hen y felhover onfithedesTr the blood v streaming fro his wQunds HaaJt was immediately seized by bystand juryboxHaas was a venireman In a former bribery trial and waS submitfed to ai severe j examination Heney whIJe he was being examined for jury duty He asserts t the Information brought out by Heneyin his quefrr hfgbushIEiSHeney was taken to the central emergency hospital aSPhysicians say his wound is notiJW cessarily fatal H3sis a Jewish saloonkeeper and an exconvict lttthebeen passed as a juryman i1 MAILcLRKsT0RVl h Repudiated by Denver Police in Casov of Mrs ReadSDenver Colo Nov 14J When shown a printed story fa the effect that Mrs Allen F Read who attempted to extort money from Mfsr Gfenei r vieve Chanler Phipps by threatening her life with dynamite was egcortecL to the American hotel on the day other arrival in this city by a railway mall clerk named E J Sawyer the police authorities denied that they were looking for such a man The hotel people declare that Mrs Read was unaccompanied when she appeared at the clerks desk and wrote the name of Mrs H C Cones upon the register The condition of Mrs Read is still critical Her intimate friends fearr that she cannot recover from the shock of her arrest and the effect of the drug previously taken upon s her system already weakened by oisr easeYSawyer Denies Story Omaha Neb Nov 14R C Saw yer of this city the railway mall clerk who is reported to have accom panied to a hotel in Denver Mrs Allen F Read the woman who on last Monday attempted to extort0 20OOOJil from Mrs Phipps a wealthy Denver woman by threatening to use dyna mite denied the story He says hthas not been in Denver for a week PRIKT FOUND GUILTYS Of Complicity in Plot That ReultetY in Sicilians DeathjRutland Vt Nov 14A verdictor guilty of complicity to commit an as sault was returned by a jury against Rev Father Francis Crociata the SI cilian priest who has been on trial iw the superior court here this week Father Crociafa was accused of havIng been connected In a plot which re suIted In the eath of AccoritoHSaii toro a Sicilian who was death by fellow countrymen abecaus v of his alleged attentions to a youjit Sicilian woman Two men directly involved are serving prison fse rt tficds for their part in the affair 5eiuain Father Crociatas case was dev ferred tt Holds Short Session f Denver Colo Nov 14After a session of only an hour and a hait the convention of the American Fed eration of Labor adjourned Very lit tie has been accomplished by the con vention yet and as today Is a half holiday the Important mattes will go over until next week + Explosion Kills Four Sergent Ky Nov 14lil a boiler explosion of the Miller Lumber Copt f panys plant at Pound near tGap four men were killed and four more severely Injured S Y S 4 2c Ii 4 2 I t- J St 4SSs ITwT J f tI jf 4 y i z 4 t T t t- 4W Sr1 T1f liuclilEaTN rwt J I Jc 4 4lIE WIMCIESTEi IEW1 lr In eltdent 1IewI t k 1TPNblisIIed by TJW Winchester News Co P Incorporated Office South MalnStreettit j F t Daily Except Sunday r I JhJMrdat the Winchester Post Of iJ ice as mail matter of the i second class- SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ihe Winchester News is delivered JiiT carrier at 10 cents per week By 1 IMIT in advance Xfcw year T 300 SSx months 150 J9 e month 25 t New Phone No 91 4ATURDAYf NOVEMBER 14 1903 THE TARIFF Already the rumblings of the tar t ff war are heard The extra ses Jioo of the Congress is still five Months off but special interests are i s jmtifog in their pleas for protection JM a hearing before the House Ways JUM Means Committee certain Dem iatic members favored an increase JD the rate of duty on barytes General Hancock when a candi date for President in 1880 suffered t Meat because he said that the tariff Brae a local issue But is it no let New England and the manu Kturing cities of the North for JKMKS favored a high tariff because jf was believed to aid their manu r Jpctmee The South until recently bad no factories aid was unani BMHly against a tariff 3fow there are deposits of bary r iw on North Carolina Alabama iRporgia and Tennessee there are r 4gnat cotton mills in Atlanta and in Jirmingham there is beat sugar in MM8iana there is lumber in Ken Jadcy We all want our particular jajnetry protectediBat grown up rom dunged conditions great inequali t and injustices in the present tariff schedule Gigantic fortunes Acre been made in favored i dusi triM Without the high Ixrnegie and his associates could sans have accumulated their un iiSdl millions in steel And every jaan woman and child in the Unit ed States were taxed to make thes Multimillionaires The Democratic party as a whole favors a lower tariff The pro jgresmve wing of the Republican qty has declared for a revision of tJlfJ schedules The country looks forward and expects some action a tie extra session There is only one great stumbling block in the way and that is the present Speak BE He is hand and glove with the Savored inteiests He will if re I selected use his power unscrupu Joijeily to strangle every honest Movement to reform the tariff It 5s hinted in the dispatches that 3fexaay aid Congressman Burton er some other candidate in the fight against Cannon We believe that it would take the ifcemeaclous influence of the Presi dent to dislodge the Speaker The jsajprity ol the Republican mem Jrergof the House would probably r 3ilce to see him defeated But they are afraid to come out into the glen They know that if they Tete against him in the caucus and ie wins they have committed polit ical harikari that they mightn well ba at home as far as havinp jaj influence yin securing legisla 0 It is to be hoped that some of t jetwrdy representatives from the Middle West who are pledged against him will have nerve enough te Stay out of the Speakers caucus Td will refuse to vote for him if ie ie the choice of that caucus I JHE BASEBALL CLUB fr S Tie secretary of the Winchester whileriJ g u7 subscriptions have come in in aMtirfr to the letters sent out by the wanttittee they are still far short off j fl ltf i 1 c LJIIiJ trjff 1td i r tik I the amount necessaryl to incorpor Rte Many things have 1000 done Co complete the organization of the club such as sighing tip the players and others details We should all send our subscrip ons in at as early a date as possi bel Take anything from a single share up The committee wants to popularize the club and therefore it would rather have ten small subscrip tions than a single big one Remem ber if you are a little short of ready money that there is nothing payable until next spring Get in and help along next spring Get in and help along The prospects are that we will have a winning club next year and that well be in the running from the start And such a club is a good advei tisement for the town NEW FIRE APPARATUS At the meeting of the fire depart ment Friday night the committee on new hose wagon was instructed to consult with the fire committee of tIle Council and see if something could not be done immediately to se cure the needed apparatus We are glad to see that the fire department is moving If there is one thing the city needs it is new fire apparatus And the Council should wane up to its importance istnearly defenseless A fire well start ed during a night on which the wind was blowing would sweep that section of the city And while the boys were working there the business and residence sections of the South end would be absolutely at the mercy of a fire PRINTERS Get Ready For Bigstlc The busiest place in town yesterday was the composing room of The Outlook where Theodore Roosevelt s to serve as Special Contributing Editor after he quits the Presidency Hey BiBsaid the foreman to his assistant as he lifted his nose from thegu piii are Whats the matter now asked the assistant as he tossed a stereo type cut of the Dove of Peace out of the back window llhd lacked a God Bless Our Home motto under the desk The M caps where are the MJ aLcencsecan we with only four M caps in the shon Were shy on and and and f and I I 1 too shouted the sub in terror as he balanced himselfon his head and squirted under the cases No double crosses neither boytuglier word 1 excitedly inquired the fore man I saw it in the boy a year or so ago all set up and ready for ac tion Well need three bushels o them in all styles of type including italics and Roman capitals Help I chrieked the assistant gotHis to spell it with SpecialContributor layout on our hands remarked tli foreman darting for the phone II called Up a type foundry and gav the following order Ten thousand capital ls to spell am It with Three hundred pounds of exclamation points Ten quarts of dashes and ast risks Twentythree crates of shorter an uglier words onehalf in caps one quarter in italics the rest assorted Five hundred stock cuts such a are used by patent medicine men andvendors of firearms nailasa new Ail HATH SAID IN HIS ALL MEN ARE LIARS MEheSpecial Cam tributor feel at home he saidN- Y WorldWANTEDTURKEYS youThanksgiving turkeysfromace will be at W C Taylor Gos Stockyards on Broadway Home phone No 53 East Tenn No 74 Before selling get my prices eERENAKER AGT 1361 tHENEWS by man 25k a month r i 5j1 v s vJrS 9 t n That FeeHrtc of thankssdviri li Let The ociokGO On I l WINCHESTER LUMBER INCORPORATED 8L MANUFACTURING CO w s COORDCOUMNI- The I negro Baptists in National Convention assembledrecommended negro dolls for negro childrentWill Fields visited Miss Florence Gentry at Berea Thursday Rev Allen Allensworth uncle of Dr J H Tyler of this city is retired chaplain of the U Sarmy decided to make it their home The local Business League of Louisville has invited the National Negro Business League to meet in that city next August Said body is composedof over twelve hundred del egatesThe County Clerk issued no colore- marriage licenses this week Dr Jas Bond the Berea College representative was in the city this week Rev S G Turner who recently took charge of the 31 E Church here has a son practicing medicine in Dayton 0 Rev Mr Nutter of Paris who is now preaching at Broadway is ampjjg the few preachers who have acu ti at 1800 per annum for life Y i Born to Mr and Mrs Dan Hack et sonMrs f Lydia R Buchanon of Sa vannah Ga dida6400 millinery business last year Rev Z Winchester who preaches here years ago preached at Clarks Chapel last Sunday Samuel Walker a caterer at Pat terson N J is worth 150000 His son Charles is head bookkeeper at the Brooklyn Navy Yard i 1miss Walker of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Annie May Drummer last weekH L Sanders of Indianapolis a former Lexingtoiiian carries a 10 00 stock of ladies and gefitri fur nishhfgs It is not generally known but Mrs class caterer having learned the class caterer having elarned the same at Dayton 0 ncgroIndustrial iMoundMississippi with a negro Mayor has a bank three cotton gins one saw millone drug store and ten gener al storesAll our lodges will elect officers for the ensuing year the first meet candidatetare Richard Mayberry has moved to the country beintg Revs W H Brown of the Chris tian Church and Geo M Moore of the Baptist Church passed through weekegiveea Thankse CiIir The colored Elks I B P 0 E Wof this city have just published in pamphlet form its constitution by laws and rules governing its lodge clubdfail to hear Rev Dr Nutt err and Miss Minnie Lock at the Broad marsn Arthur Birch and family have re turned to the city to live Charles Armstrong and Geo nightTon a or hunting expedition in the mountains ofrflcered the colored newsboys of Louis vine Wednesday evening James Cooper has sold his prop boughtPearl liv on houserare ar entertainmesnt on t s giving night Rev Taylor Rhpme has beers called to the pastorate of the Baptist Church at Pike ville Ky o PpdroneThe late Senator Vilas in his 10- 000OOQbequest to tfie State UIiv r sity of Wisconsin made provision r1i i ift7 r r i withjtsvisonsosunrptuousdin nys and good cheer should not change your resolution get the pricesThatplace your lumber orders with the Winchester Lumber and Manu facturing Co Our stock is al ways up to the mark and we car ry the best lumber for all pur poses Hard and soft woods of every kind Mill Work Mould ings Shingles etc PRESIDENTS LETTER Brought Fraternity Men to Their Feet at Banquet New York Nov 14Concluding one of its most successful annual conventions during its existence of 62 the Delta Kappa j psilon fra- ernity held a banquet in the grand ball room of the Waldorf Astoria that was believed to be the largest college dinner ever given and doubt enthuasiasmWhen the good things duly had been negotiated and the cigars had been passed around the six hundred or more diners were brought almost as one man to their feet by an an nouncement by Judge Vernon M Davis presiding officer of the banquet of a letter from the president Statesdcongratulatory Intone and great stress was placed on the good that an association like the D K E can do in preventing a repetition of the attempt made during the recent campaign to array class against class by reason of the close bonds of brotherhood that exist among the members Plan for Harmon Inauguration Columbus O NoV AoffltakCf Jo plates formulated by the Columbus Board of Trade the inauguration of GoOmot Hrn1onwm be one of the most spectacular nonpartisan pay geants that has ever been seen In Co lumbus The intention is to have the entire National Guard of the city in Ilse as well as the independent mlli tart companies et the state and it is expected that the famous Cleveland Greys one of the oldest and the best drilled bodies of men in the state will be here Then too an effort will be made to have the Barracks band and the permanent companies in the line of march All the bands in the city will probably appear as well as the uniformed and ununiformed civic or ganizations THE MEAT OF IT Wesley Griffith a Circleville 0 recluse was burned to death In a fire which destroyed his shack pn the banks of the canal The plant of the Silver Manufacturing Company at Salem 0 was destroyed by fire Loss 100000 Four children were burned to death itin a fire which destroyed the farm house of J H Wampfier near Al Hance O Two men were killed and three en gines smashed in a wreck on the Wabash railroad at Springfield Ill Miss Ethel Spitzer teacher in the suiscide in a field near town by drinking poison At Jersey City N J Andrew Mc Grath shot and killed his former em ployer W E Ammon butterine ufacturer in the sight of a larg crowd at the Pennsylvania depot Ship Has Short Life The average life of a shin is 26 xAp for the education of young coloic- men A great many new negro theatres have been opened up this year in th various cities The number of col ored shows on the road would sur thcrMr and Mrs Charles Humes will go to housekeeping the first of the year in their beautiful new home on Burns avenue The ladies of Broadway under th leadership of Miss Lock conducts a number of prayer meetings in phi vale homes eachafternoon Jack Tuttle is building a cottage on High street John Woodford and family who recently moved to Hamilton 0 have lated any thing Besides living in an exceedingly nice residence he is the owner of fourteen city lots and he has orte daughter in College at Louis vine Julian Baker has returned to Chi cago The colored skating rink at Lex ington was destroyed by fire this week The United States Supreme Court at Washington has armed Judge Bentdns division in the Berea Col lece case Out of pearly 1000 colored ohl1 dre in Winchester less than 250 attend the various Sunday Schools j J j y z P Vrj j j J or Peoples State Bank CAPITAL Si This began less than dePresionu steady fro start in number ofourdepositors and in volume enrollnew want are co justed to an account us Per to all J M HlbGKIN J L President L B COCKRELL President Auditorium Skating every- Afternoonr an- dEvening The season has fairly openednow andcrowds arc attending the rink daily the Best Skating Rmk in the BlueGrass with uptodate floor and plenty of room to move around All who desire to will be taught free in morning or between session AuditoriuD1 T tIL Always the samesome times better Brown Hotela Managere The best in the State for moneyf I ONd Man wanteyour OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHY Remember that hghgrade fotografc XmaseEARP The and avoid the rush during the DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashier THE Slart Cflonty National Banl MAIN STREET 1itinslrisats xM csntask Capital 3urpius1QOQOt3 Undivided Profit S3 5 000 WOrganired 1865 the oldest 2imi 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phone for rates and terms BEfore Insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building loth PhemcJI GILBERT FBOTTO j Fresh 6 Cured Meats Ilis Vegetables Ceuntry Fretac T i f BOTH PHONES OPERA MOUSE BLOCK f fJi WINCHESTER TAILGpiNIQ COMPANY M 8C R McKINNEY Props J Clothes Cleaned Pressed zirf XepaftC DRY CLEANING AND lYING A SHECIALTlf Over Allan d Murphys Store opp Court ZeN i r i A Z i wT i 2 r i ii Tj Ia y- f t J J Srr ii ti i J frit 7 i iI1 1F h SPOT wumm STAVE siwa AT TIlL jwpy- Hi IOWA STATE COLLEGE f may be made ornament ipof farm buildings Its form t it may be made to add to rance of any style of con One or more conical silc- n viewed from a distance height of the curved walls r range gives a yery pleas 4 when placed in a setting of r buildings This impre ntifely independent of the re of silage as a feed and r jig1 to such a degree that tive purchaser in making a isbn would be influenced J reater extent than the origi t1 i f the silo- illustrationc Is a view of the vi barn at Iowa State cpllege i rOstavesi1o and the man to the appear he adjoining buildings silos reported by their own sited 135 were located out 2 b fi1and 26 inside ThoseI side of a building were large yp6 not well adapted to be itsjde These reports indk a location of the silo outside ildings meets with greater mg those using silos There reasons for this First the the exception of a few types a construction that it does a t1i ptotl D of a covered I Second it is not economicalt I i t IL silo in a building where it VrAY space which nay be putt se ThIrda silo located in zIQ rJi building is often unhandy l t- f The forage cannot be dellvtp ered to the cutter conveniently Fourth by locating a silo outside of the building and only connecting it thereto wlth a passage provided with do rBthe objectionable odor of the silage may be kept out of the build jug By arranging the silo sodas to be Connected tq the feeding room with a teed way it shouldt be ras convenient forr feeding as when located in the r building itself A very common ar rangeirient is To so Ipcate the silo that llJJ U Fig Plan of the Silos Showing a Con eriientArran mnt the passage way from silo to barn Is a continuation of the feed way in the barn In general it seems that there are few advantages in building a silo Inside of a building and many in building It outside There are types ipf brns the large round barn for in atance which are ota form making it impossible tor a silo to be con veniently located at the center The fun 1mept1 principle in the preservation of green forage when I placed in a silo is the exclusion of air 1t is the purpose of any silo regardless of its construction to exclude air as far as possible from the silage and in preventthesilos must have air tight walls These must be rigid enough not to be sprung out of shape by the pressure of the dsilage permitting air to enter next to the Fall Not only the walls but the dOorS also must be perfectly air tight To accomplish this they should be well fitted and the joints made more islgoodagainst a shoulder toplace clay worked into the consistency of putty in the joint The clay is placed on the bearing surfac and the door placed over it and when the pressure of the silage comes against the door an air tight joint is obtained Tar paper is successfully used by some silo owners either in strips to cover the cracks around the tloors or in widths sufficient to cover the entire door and lap a few inches on the silo walls Not only should the walls be tight and rigid but they should be perfectly our r Flgr2 Correct and Incorrect Methods jjiof Constructing Silo Foundations i mooth on the Ijaslde to pehnt the feilage to settle without forming air 1pocketcMch cause a certain mOunt pf the jldJ lning silage to rot Several foundation Walls were found con structed as shown at the left of Fig 2 and in each case a considerable amount of spoiled silage was found atT the shoulder made by the wall The foundation Wall and in fact the walls of the entire slip should be as smooth as possible If due care is used in tramping ttfe silage during the filling doors vMch extend intO the siloareI notbserioul objection perfectly flush doors are certainly an adi vantage A vertical wall is the only satisfactory wall to use as a wall in dined outward will support 4he silage to a certain extent and prevent its settling satisfactorily thus creating air pockets When the wall is in clined inward the silage will settle away from it In the case of con crete silos with tapered walls these t should be vertical on the inside Best results are obtained where t e1 silage is uniformly distributed throughout the silo and is carefully packed near the walls and around the doors by tramping Care should betaken that the heavy and light pori tons shall be uniformly mixed Some silo owners pre of the opinion that a great amount of tramping is unneces sary but the investigations of the writers would indicate that whereI tramping was not followed was always a certain amount of spoiled silage and that the money spent for labor used in thoroughly tramping the silage in the silo When filled broupht good returns It is desirable to prevent the freez ing of silage in the silo during cold weather as far as possible and the silo of a construction to prevent freez ing to the largest degree is the preferable one other things being equal It is difficult to make a comparison between the merits of the various typed of silos in this respect owing to the inability to find them under like conditions Freezing of silage is due to loss of heat first through the silo wall and second to the airin contact with the feeding surface The first loss may be reduced by using a non conducting wall in the slip and the second by preventing the circulation of air above the silage in the slip I fl Automatic Cheese Press t ThIs form of cheese pres maintalnsoverhead The l4ppound weight is a constant reskure for any desiredsufficient to keep the screw d t flengtfi ipf time fay means of a rppiiup to the cheese A close ch wrapped around a pulley at thee obtained free from any Im ieisiantlVoyer a small pulley on a barnoJleninir q 4 rr i 5 0 t 1 if il 3 1 to fi r tI t r i MJflJE ftriBSE 10fi s I CEOT ON MATTERS OF MOEOR- t f 1S JMORIANCE ils UI Duster Devised from Worn Out I Garment Dimple Method of j Marking Linen Before Sending to Laundry DustersThere is nothing that Can be used to dust with that can equal the lower portion of a gauso under vest Wet in warm water and wrung out tight it will take up every particle Qnefeelsdusingthidamp woven dust cloth has hot dime med its luster v Old SbetsWhen sheets wear out past recovery tear out the center or worn part seAv up in a double seam thus hiding the edges and sew qne two or three brass rings as needed op to one end Use this to hang overnice dresses in the closets If too long cut a piece off from the bottom and use to cover the sleeve board or if of good quality this piece would make a pillow case Stockings All stockings should be marked so as to mate Initials can be worked in long outlining stitches with either white thread or different colored silks for different members of the family Use the Roman numerals with one long stitch for each line to mate them This sort of marking takes but a few moments as soot as the stockings are bought and saves much time in sorting and gives general sat isfaction in the household For SafetyOne mother with seV eral daughters has hit upon a good plan to protect her right of owner ship Each week when preparing clothes for the Monday wash she takes a needle with white thread and runs a stitch through one corner of each of her own handkerchiefs alsQ each stocking The maid is instructed to dampen the handkerchiefs and break the thread only when ready to iron them and see that they are placed on her bureau The same Instructions are given in regard to the stockings Lace CutainsAl lace curtains should JHlSPat d for a least an hour in cold water in which aJLt1 ty rax has been dissolved jbefore netting t1i II- 11ntwarW suds This takes puiesmoky odor and softens the dirt Ice PickAlways remember that if the ice pick is lost or misplaced for the time being an ordinary hat pin gradually forced finto ice will produce a crack and separate the ice without a sound Nurses in hospitals use needles and even common pins to crack ice for patients Shoes Blacked There Is no repson why young or old shpuldbe careless abQut having their footwear kept in proper condition k lambs woo glove and dauber can be bought for ten cents and a box of blacking for an other dime By being careful to never usp but one side of the dauber there will be no need of soiling the fingers and the wool glove gives a finepolish with very little effort Furniture Polish All outlay of en ergy required in polishing furniture after the fall cleaning is well repaid in the appreciation shown by every member of the family A well tested polish is made of one part benzine one part linseed oil and two parts tur pentine Use two cloths one to rub on the liquid and the other for polishing Useful Tea Stone While all English and Irish lovers of tea have their quilted cozy to keep tea hot the Hollanders Jjave a tea stone that performs the same func tion these are made of polished wood tire nearly circular in shape six or seven inches in height with a flat brass top perforated in a design There is an opening on one side through which Is slipped a glazed pottery receptacle usually three cor nered which holds the glowing bits of charcoal that supply heat to the teapot resting on the openwork brass top Oyster Salad To make this delicate dish stew the oysetrs in their own liquor until the edges curl Then pour the whole into a bowl to cool To four dozen oysters and three tablespoonfuls of yinegar one of oil with a litle salt and pepper and set all on ice until wanted Cu up the tender vpart of a head of celery into dice and mix it with the oysters adding a cupful of mayonnaise dress lag A Treated Duster A big piece of cheese cloth wrung out of turpentine and dried is almost a magic duster It accumulates all dust does not scatter it and at the same tithe brigltens everything it touches Bathtub A fencent smallsized scrubbing brush is the nicest thing to use when washing out a bathtub It appeals to the men folk of the household as a- very sensible way of arranging for a rather dreaded duty v Nut Cakes Three pounds of sugar half a pound of butter one pound of finelychpnped almonds grated rind one three pounds of flour Drop In pans a teaspoonful for a cake and bake in moderate oven i Dishwashing Hint Invert all hard cocking dishes ovei stetinorhot vner for a few minutes and eY8ryparticle will wash cffc easily especially dishes that have Keen used far syrui bread or pas ry dough lr S j lf v i J t t I fI 1f I in f i J f l r iFIiths OF SPEECH M isintrpfl NunbesCaus bippearapc8 of Pie One day Willie BUlfuzz came home from sChplveIY tired and hUUgry and the pantry he saw a soIeating it Then he happened to notice a slip pfpttper bearing the figures you ftIput these figures down tto remind b- e3JQ 7237 of some articles she was going to lookup In the encyclopedia on those pages pnpeiw1ongIthe light Hid made them read test pie Not wishing to disoblige his mother in so small a matter as this ho gQol1thntenough of it left to beseen withal mi croscope Then he wrote under his mother figures the Cumbers 2i3l9vand 907917 and made himself scarce When his mother came to look for the pie sjie only found these mysterious figures She concluded there must be some 2319- Qo19fTmeaning to them and happening to turn the paper back side before she saw that her figures made the words test pie and that Willies read pie is tiptop Qf course she was somewhat disappointed that Willie had disposejl Of her baking but when he explained iJhe matter she couldnt blamehim for the figures read plainly enough You can satisfy yourself of this by turning this page over holding It up to the light and looking at them or better yet by copylqg them op a bjank picte of Raperf and Jooklng through it from the back side This shows low cum ful we should be when we make figures So that other people will not mis take their meaning Pathfinder A REMARKABLE PLANT South American Orchid That Seemed Endowed With Reason A naturalist has discovered in South AmericUi ono of the most remarkable plants known to botanists His hn orchid qnd its peculiarity consists iu the tact that it has a tube by means of which it takes a drink of water when it needs Ityou might almost say when it wantsit for the plant really acts as if it had volition and tin power to reason The naturalist was sitting one after noon ptthe side of a lagoon on the RIO de la Plata sear by was u fore t of dead trees which had evidently been choked to death by orchids mind climbing cacti One of the orchids was growing from the branch of a dead tree that overhung the water at a distance of about one foot From the enter of the plant hung a stem about onefourth of an inch wide The stem reached down Into the water to a depth of four inches There was nothing remarkable about that but when he approached the plant and touched the stem the latter at once began tp coil itself up like a roll of tape Subsequent examination showed him that the stem was a tube open at the lower end and connected with the roots of the pfant by a series of hairlike tubes Ordinarily the tube remained coiled In the center of the plant but when it needed water it slowly uncoiled Itself let its lower end dip into the water and then coiled it self up again the water from the tube pouring out into the ronts He saw this remarkable action re peated time and again just as if the flafltfelt thirsty and would reach for a drink of water as a man would do In the same circumstances He found nany of these orchids some of them over places where water lad been but was no longer These would uncoil their tubes and reach about over the ground in search of It which made him feel more than ever as if the thing bad human sense Chicago News Perils of Bad Company There was once a farmerwhose corn was destroyed by the cranes that fed In his field He grew angry and declared he would stop the nuisance So he put up a net and caugfit not only the cranes but a fine large stork that had come down from a neighboring roof tp chat with the crane Til wring your necks said the farmer You are pests and have hurt my fields Spare meP cried the stork Im Innocent indeed I am J never touch 2d any of your belongings That may be true answered the armor but I find nm thieves md I judge you accordingly TneZoo i If polar Mars were on the stairs If tlgets came to tea If fearsome bats and silver sprats p f Came In to call pnme And iant snakes ate all the cakes How happy l should be If leopards pay arrived to stay And brought thd kangaroot If pcrrpts red withIn t1bedrSiuId the ckatoo t Id laughiwith gleer beou yeit see 1 Jut adore tl IM 1 i J fi14 i- sf 1 f THE COLLEGE i CO LriMfLike Vernation fooNtIvery 0tM 1n article pn Shall the giri Qp ter College Annette Austin writes in Sifliths V much value cnhnot be accorded to a college course for girls whp are Capable of taking It tJnforturiatelyl however college like vaccination does not take on everybody Here it might be well to consider the advisability sending a girl who desires to fit herself primarily for a housewife to a school of domestic sci enbe Why asks a mother if my girl does not intend to work for her living and if she really needs practical experience in hoinekeepfug should site not go directly to a school of domestic science where she gets speedily and in concrete form the latest methods of cooking house furnishing and car In for children lIfyoU are truly convinced that the best way to prepare for a vocation is to learn the details of its practice in a detached form entirely away fron all other related facts in life by nil means send your girl to a doinesti science shool as sbon as possible Eat a course in domestIc science without the preliminary mental discipline of at least two years in college is a very poor investment for the future- To go through the forms of mixing man ounces of flour and so many 1so oQ butter tp make a pound of rofIa six is not learning to be a housewife It is merely putting in a stuffing of surface details on a found3tip fOr sand Still ff your girl is delicate and un able physically and mentally to sUr vive the more strenuous discipline of hOr1totoo severely taxed It would be mere humane to have her dabble delightedly in fancy desserts than to let her suffer in the maze of physics and philoso phy BILLIKEN STATUES The Smiting God of Things aVThcy Ought to Be vj It is useless to try to explain the pop ularity of Billikeu You can buy him for from 25 cents to 10 He Is now on the bookcase jpyerf lie desk on the bu ireau andmthe1 traveling bjfgS He rivals the popjujarity of the jig saw puzzle When you ure not Patching puzzles you are buying or borrow ing a new Billikenx The statues are now loaned for a hundred years at a penny a year This is the iiew fad This includes Billikens throne and also the luck he brings The first pennies must be righteously paid or your luck is gone You mustnt give Bllliken to anybody You must loan 1ifuat interest So all the girls are doing this as the fadof theyeari If a Billikn is sold it Is by a hardhearted money rubbing shop After this Billiken Is owned or loaijpd Billi ken you know is the god of things ns they should be He will help you to see things right and give you the iibw er to do them tOne of his best mottoes is Grin and begin to win If anybody can keep from grinning when gazing upon the grin of Billikeu one must have a sour soul indeed No Dispute Whatever A man and his wife were airing their troubles on a sidewalk one Saturday evening when a good Samaritan intervened according to Every bodys Magazine See here my man he protested this sort of thing wont lo What business is it of yours Id like to know snarled the man turning from his wife Its only my business in so far as I can be of helpin settling this dispute answered the Samaritan mildly This aint no dispute growled the man No dispute But my dear friend I tall you it aint no dispute In sisted the man Shejerking his thumb toward the woman thinks she aint goin to get my weeks wages and I know darn well she aint Wheres the dispute in that KITCHEN HI NTSi Mix prunes and raisins for a supper dish The raisins give the prunes a tang that Is savory Save fuel by washing beans and all dried fruits until the water poured off Is clear Then soak overnight cover Ing them with warm not cold water To get best results with rice wash quickly In cold water and drop slowly into water that is boiling rapidly Rice prepared in this fashion will be soft and mealy yet whole in twenty min utes or half an hour Have plenty of water in the kettle and drain the rice directly it is cookedbefore the water stops boiling t t To get best results with macaroni do not break it before cooking Drop it whole Into salted boiling water cook twenty minutes drain In a colander coil it in the baking dish pour cream gauae over It and finish off with grated cheese and bits of butter Bake golden brown You lose much of the substance in breaking it in short lengths before cooking To make the mint jelly so popular and expensive at exchange and tea rooms this recipe Wash and bruise aS burtch of fresh mint cover wlth a pint of boiling water and simmer very gently fifteen minutes Strain and to every pint of this liquid Awhile hotal loiv n package of ready to use lemon jojly nowder Add sugar to taste Stir uhtjl susraraind Jelly powder are dls iwIvArbld and set on Ice to harden iara1sh with fresk thmt haves IJ t j4 i L X 1 Jj W f111 47m t i c J PPRVTHE BREAKFAST TAlLEi t Stfff tstians for Those Who Writ lifr I s5t 5 gin 4h pay Well iH Th9 ayeraga 4 rJc DJ i Ifollowing in the foptstepa of fOr itcousins and Beating light Jreakfut and one hot dish is consiOremt attP ftc WPt The motherly mother and tife rToted wife may find one or twoofti following dishes tempting Generally speaking something with a little sa1tr flavor appeals to a mans appetite Finnan Haddie and EggsSelect thick fish and cut into pieces large enough for single portions Parboil the fish for a fey minutes Remov from the pan dry with a cloth Putv the fish on the fine broiler rub butter over it and broil until nicely browned Lay on a hot platter brush once mor i with butter squeeze a little lemoBV Juice over it and serve with a poached 4 egg on each square qf fish Baked Breakfast DlshIn the bob torn of a baking dish put a layer oC cOld mashed pot toes left from dinner Sprinkle yvithbits of butter Over this place a layer of finely chopped ham and then break several eggs over the v top Place in a moderately quIck oven and bake until done Grated cheese may be added on top of ther eggs if cheese is liked Many prefer Iti without the cheese for breakfast and with the cheese for luncheon 4 4Bacon in PotatoesSelect Iargf potatoes of even size and cut a smalt piece off one end so they will stand When baked remove the second end scoop out part of the inside Jill thlvcavity with chopped broiled bacon making a little pyramid in each pytatp Serve on hot platter and stIck a sprig of parsley in each potato h Barberry Jelly Add enough water to nearly coyer the berries They should be thorpugh Ily cooked and drained through a JelJjr bag Add one pound of sugar to a piepf juIce Boil gently removing 9Mf scum that may arise until the Julc PlatejTshould boil the juice 15 or 20 minut ics before adding sugar Here is another recipe Take many apples by measure as barwi ries remove bad places then quarter Dp not pare or core Add berries witb water Enough to cover boil until tlwfr apples are soft then strain Tqa cop of juice pseacppo suar5put rlton to 20 min utes In Jmeantime put sugar in the OiTett r heat Stir often so as to not burn PtJl all together and boil until it come i a jelly Sometimes It takes only ffrit fminutes Make It on a clear day Rose Cake Here is a cake to serve with t6 P ice at luncheon Bake in a brick loaf cover With a white boiled icing antserve uncut on a handsome platter with a single pink rose laid on each side Let the hostess cut the cafes and serve it on small plates ThW400r recipe reads Cream one cpp of but ter with two cups of sugar nix one cup of corn starch with one cup ff milk and stir into the butter and sugar beat until smooth add oneK third teaspoon of rose flavoring then stir in two cups of flour sifted wltlr four level teaspoons of baking powder Beat just enough to mix well fold the stilly beaten whites of four eggs Ittrr lightly and turn into the buttered and floured pan Bake In a mbderate oven 5A Macaroni DishI 1 Have ready a cupful of macaronff which has been boiled in salted water and cut up rather finely This mea1sr a cupful after cooking not before and the pieces should be half an inch or more in length Melt a tablespoon of butter In a skillet and add one tablespoon of cornstarch and stir un til well mixed Add gradually Ialtcup of sweet thin cream and cook two minutes Add quarter teaspoon of salt a dash of cayenne pepper ant quarter teaspoon of mustard Inw this sauce stir first your macaroni then half pound of mild American cheese grated Stir and simmer gently until the cheese has melted then turn the mixture out on trIangle of toasted bread Serve at once Apricot Catsup Cook two gallons of very ripe apr cots for one hour then remove froni fire and put through colander to r move the pits and skins then adopv gallon of pure cider vinegar twcx pounds of brown sugar three abler spoonfuls each of cinnamon clover mace allspice and ginger and onaf cupful of horseradish Return to th fire and cook three hours Bottle whet cool Expert Carving At a dinner where half a duck WMT served each guest the hqst was cDplimented upon his skilful carvi p Later it was divulged that before cooking them the birds were cut two stuffed sewed together aibaked Mr Host merely cut tftf threads at the table Regarding Cake Pans Do not grease your cake pans fritfe r butter This is the poorest of all material for this purpose B f sUet is much better than anything else Toof positively avoid hayIng the cake stick to the pan first grease the pan andJ then line It with greased paper V Good Paste To a pint pf smooth thick paste add one teaspoonful of powdered aluffl and ten drops of clove oil this will keep it moist and also prevent it from tai y ngsout I I To Keep Flues Clear of Scotf J V Stove pipes boiler tubes and 1Imay be kept 1ze OfliotbY ocoaa1o flrs ally thrbwiaca Scrap 5S pt zinc iato tiift J rJ iii 7j r I k t 110i w tv r cm J 4c iJ4 s tJ i rVf tt i i if 4 r v r TwJI1 r tr YrL Y Vra Y l dt 1 41 7 F y Sf r L = How o MaRt Cllrist n tat Ptelicntsy 1Jth St ei M f 1Juiztf ion Nie1 Jleio ltf tJ suit Cttse Set F rirI lfaTi t the hatpin cushion shown is made otl l jwnpadour r1bb nsnndvnl lace It irtied in the center with baby ribbon t littleytiriaket easily made and appreciated Hither by men or women The design shown is a conventional primrose pattern worked in ribbons F i yor the man who traVels nothing will Jbe more appreciated than what is call i r MATERIALS REQUIRED Ud Onepiece of cotton wadding One yard of Dresden ribbon Yard and half valenqennes lace Quarter yard taffeta silk u Two yards baby ribbon HATPIN CUSHION trt ad a suit case set So many people use the suit case but have never been allr overcome the difficulty of keeping tIshoes and brushes from rubbing up against their clean linen There are r three different articles in this set all tit which are made of coarse linen The receptacle for shirts is in theshape jrf a large envelope the edges bdund largbeenouglrt9 iiThe bag for collars is made from the Jr rJsme material The bottom Is circulars d made from pasteboard A g o idea is to sew to thisdstrip of paste tltNdrd about two inches deep These s1 should be covered with thelinen be fore being fastened together The up- perIt part of bag should be full and t gathered with a drawing string This protects the collars from crushing as well as keeps them clean IThe third article In the set is a plajnx linen bag lined with oiled silk This Is Mended for sponges and protects llie contents of the suit case from the 0t a moisture of this toilet necessity dfter- Jtr has been used The hairbrush can I t Jput in this bag ff no sponge Is used 2fce monogram can be embroidered on tie outsde 0 To make a slumberJrobe for baby ttake two and a half ards of plain ilkolinei three bolts of No 1 ribbon I 1e skein of Shetland floss and one bat tsf fine cotton Divide the sllkoline Into two equal i jurts place in a frame and put in IATEKMlSlEQDHEI Quarter yard of plain taffeta sil Quarter yard of brocade silk Fib embroidery alks Two yards of half inch ribbon NJmDLJDOOLIfAiyers of cotton between ready for a tying a Tie the ribbons all In tiny bows Thread the needle with the Shetland jflpss using it double Bring the needle from the bottom then down again taking a stitch through one of the a meows Tie the yarn on the wrong side With three or four extra needles tied in iC knot to make a small tuft Continue the knotting In this man Berv beginning with two and a half inches from the edges making the tafts four inches apart Turn tKe Jges all around and buttonhole close Jy vrith the yarn used singly Crochet a row of shells around the quIlt each shell of five double crochet ikstened with a single crochet and placed close enough together to map the work lie flat and fulled at the cor r erS r r t thebstitching with the yarn This makes a light dainty cover Tot fif e baby It is very pretty of bide r Hkollne tied with white ribbons or of 1 White silkoilne tied wIth pink and blue Safety Pin Holder Asa gift to young mothers to1 crow it V M jHUJy the baby basket safety pin hold usefulpresentstr t t 1 f Zit 1 I f j I La tlixl d i4ji r v i A t 1I St OMB NLLOW kriatmaGift fiifn Which Carries Out wined Gla Pittrn lHtQnJfyli real demand at Christmas tlmef r deiHerewith Is given a very Effective de sign In this style that Is sure to meet r InERIALS tEQU1lV t tickingTwoTwo skeins of red embroidery silk Two fkensof blue era oidery silk Two skeau of green embroidery silk Two yards of end A MISSION PIIiLOW the hearty approval of embroiderers who desire an odd mIssion cushion- It is known as the stained glass de sign l1dis worked out inv the reds Blues yellows and greens Two yellow petals two blue petals andgne red petal are used in them broidering of the flower The buds are worked in red with cross section in the center worked in nnt the top and bottom of the pil Slow and in red with the cross sections In blue at the sides The stems and ddts are worked in red iThe design is padded and then work edtin the satin stitch If desired it naay be worked in outline stitch only bjUt vfiU not be nearly so effective If it is not desired to have colors ihen the pillow may be prettily work edout In tan shades on natural col ored linen or the delft blues may be used A prettier design for a Christmas pil low anhardly be imagined vv4cjr AN APRON WORKBAG r rChristtnas Present Idea Borr wed From the Land of the Czars The idea used iiv making this apron workbag was taken from the mod of the czars where all the women in every station of life are expert work ers in embroidery The apron illustrat edis made of one yard of silk But o MATERIALS REPRED r Two yards of india linen or Three yards of silkor pongee Five iYatdsof inch wide ribbon Embroidery silks TUB BAG CLOSED pretty cretonne is an excellent material to use Divide the yard into three parts two Of which form the bag and the other third the apron and mark carefully Hem one end then fold over at the twothirds mark and run a tuck along this line the same depth as the hem Be careful not to do it on the same side as the end hem as this forms the other side of the bag through which the ribbon is run to draw up the bag when not in use Hem the apron portion the same side as the tuck Embroider the front of the bag as illustrated or work the ini tials of the prospective owner Join up TIE BAG OPENED the sides run a ribbon through from each end which draws the bag up then run a ribbon through the waist part Becky Sharp Needlebooks Quaint and pretty are the Becky Sharp needlebooks completed at so little trouble too that they are well worth describing Two pieces of card board five inches in diameter are covered first with perfumed cotton and then with silk or satin not necessarily Alike U the contrast Is good though the effect is better if the two forming the lining match Overhand all around the circles and cover the stitches with a fine silk cord then connect the two by means of a bow of narrow ribbon arid sew in flannel leaves pinked on their edges for holding the needl sTbeties are of ribbon and at this stage very fine lace edged doilies the size of the needle ook are sewed invisibly to the outer parts of the covers This Is TclaInty addition io the workbox as well as a useful one Bostoniansitshe is a Bos ton man give ben one of the new in dly dual pottery bean potswijh covers They are table novelties ihat are pret ty enough to decorate the shelf of the library or jdining room l kj i fets feJ r t 1 r r p X 4 c tnu r CONCRETE CULVERTS Easily and Cheaply Built Some De tails of the Work The greatest trouble heretofore in making concrete culverts drains etc has been to remove the core which is very easily remedied by building the core as illustrated in four sec tions two sections being joined together sothat when removing from the completed culvert it folds together and is removed in a moments time Again by having the core circular In form you gain greatly in the strength of the completed work as the arch will withstand a greater pressure than the usual square form used for this pur pose This simple machine can be built by anyone declares A A Houghton in Orange Judd Farmer and Ismade as follows At both ends of a beard ten inches long 2 inches wide and one Fig Construction of Core Inch thick make a mark threequarteri of anI inch from the bottom Place this beside a wide board of same thick ness on your T 3rkbench and after setting your compass at seven inches draw a quarter circle from one of the 3quarterinch marks to the other this will describe just onefourth of a circle 14 inches in diameter The board is cut along the circular mark just drawn Now on the bottom edge make a mark at each end bf this board jus threequarters an inch from the end along the bottom edge draw a line from this mark to the end pf the cir cular cut just made and saw off this little threecornered piece which miters the board at anangle of 32 de grees and pp allows the four segment of circlet ifitv together to form the completed circle Use the biarcJ ypir have just cut as a patteiui andciit 13 more exactly like it Now take one inch strips which are seven eight or ten feet long whatever length you desire to culvert and nail to these circular pieces as shown in Fig 1 Place One of each of the quar ter segments of circle at each end and two at equal distance apart in center and when you have nailed the strips as Illustrated onefourth of it Is fin fished Two of these sections are joined together with strap birjges as shown in FIg1 a hinge being placed In each of the four corners where the sections are joined together and which allows them to fold down together Now for the folding brace to hold the sections upright while making culvert use eight pieces of board one inch square and five inches long at one end of each one cut a long slanting miter as illustrated in Fig 1 to allow them to fold nearly to gether Join two of each together Fig 2 Removing the Core with hinges in center as completed brace and at each end as illustrated in Fig i the two hinges at ends of completed braces are fastened to sec tions as illustrated and hold them up right or allow them to fold down as required The core is now complete and will mold an opening in culvert 15inches in diameter When a larger or small er opening is desired you can simply change measurements in cutting the material to make the size desired In operation boards are set at each end of the culvert also at sides the bottom is filled with concrete mixture to the depth of two Inches then the semicircular forms are set in place with edges together and the concrete mixture filled in around them and on top to the depth of three four or six Inches according to the pressure that Is to be placed on the culvert For ordinary usage a fourinch depth on top is sufficient When finished the concrete is al lowed to set or harden for several days when the side boards are removed and the braces on center forms or core pushed back folding the forms together so that they can be easily removed as illustrated In Fig 2 With this simple machine a neater stronger and more satisfactory culvert can be molded with less labor and more c witth any square form i- Poult Products Secretary of Agriculture places the value of pOUltrY products produced in the United States last year at 6bdOOQ000 which is 100000 000 more than the value df the wheat crop Use of Leather Belting- Inputtiitgup leather pelting expert enced machinists make a point to place the hair inside as it has a Step winweartc 7iT f 111 T 1 Gf r f 1 t Jb I r It I 0- r f 7 f y t i 1 r J Jf J i c fIiXB pR 1Nfm t icr i f TtJiot 1JYsr fT fsrrJ t1J t t T 1r y 4tytS t r Our Plant is equippedwith the latest fa t ctlitieSf tq turn out the bst of job X i vv JWork f Our Business has increased materially iJrin the past monthis growing4 v steadily from day to aPeople r c t who never patronized this office be J fore are bringing their work here vi Nothing Is Too Large for usjto handle Nothing is too small topie vent our giving it tike very best of attention 1 f i Li 7 We Have the estanl ii Eastern j r fd JiC carefullyYt taken care of andJobs are turned outy rv 7 ofthis of ice the day they are proms f 1 v ised There is no irritating delay d t2 2s i VVere Also Prepared Handle Book Workf Pamphletsf Circulars f Folders and all kinds of bound and folded work r 4 r Lawyers Briefs can be set as ear er J ditiously and cheaply as in any part of Kentucky l v4 r I I All We AsK from any one 1sia single i trialwe do not satisfy you jve will not urge you to co eagain I ff i I THE- S FiWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATE S Main St = Winchester Ii J y J 3 I OB PRINTBV w r 1y k lO lh tk t 7 r r r ni et y a k J Jv b I t r l Int 1 s fi r I 6 t I tt T t r t a 2 r i Ir i iIv 5i T 2 TT 5 f c j 1F 1 u tIIreJ THE WINCHESTER NEWS fLJ I II IJf SO A IvI5jj1 PqstQraduates Meet ij The Clark County PostGraduate Society met with Drs Combs Thursday night Dr Venable d liv- ered an interesting lecture Those r present were Drs W C Worth ingon J tt Rankin E R Bush E R Cole D H McKinley J W Ish mael and I H Browner The next meeting will be on No i vember 19 with Dr Mckinley Drs Glark and Lyun are on the program rL Euchre Party Miss Stella Curry entertained the Jubilant Euchre Club at her home on South Main sheet Thurs day evening The house was artis tically decorated in ferns and palms The color scheme of green and white was tastefully carried out After the games were finish e6d prizes were awarded and an elegant lunchwas served I Chocolate Drinking MisssElla Pendleton entertained Saturday morning with a chocolate drinking at her home on College street in honor other guests Miss es Ruth Scott and Mattie Weathers in her delightful way The house was decorated In palms c ferns and all kinds of potted plants 1 In the hall Miss Pendleton look ing beautiful in red silk Miss Scott ina superb gown of grey voile with Persian trimmings and Miss Mattie Weathers in pink messaline with lace garniture received their guests in a most charming manner- From there they were shown up stairs where Misses Besse Byrd and ancy Katherine Quisenberry gowned inwtite4 chiffon served chocolate in the uppertfalVto ifhtf delight of the guests After pass ing the many customary courtesies the guests passed into the dining room where Miss Allan Crutcher in blue silk served a splendid meat hadFfolly appreciate the enjoyable horns the hostess is capable of making her guests spend Among those present were Misses Ruth Scott Mattie Weathers Besse Byrd Nancy Katherine Quis enberry Allan Crutcher Sara Bev erly Jouett Sara Goodloe Ben ton Margaret McKinley Margaret Sphar Florrye Smith Richie Lane Dee and Rena Seobee lila and Lucy Stewart Cora BaldwIn Amelia Van Meter Emma Lee Taylor Winnie Garrett Norma McCullom Anna Mae Hisle Margaret Bryan Mabel Shipp Catherine Robb Edna Gaits f kill Nell Allen Anna lean Allen Jeannette Tracy Ann Duerson Sue Scrivener Marietta Powell and Mrs JohnT H ORear v Thanksgiving Dinner tJ The BrownPioctoria Jiasinade arrangements to serve a most elab orate dinner on Thanksiving day All viands which have made Thanks givngs midday meal famous as far l back as the memory of our oldest I citizens extends will be served in a magnificent manner a a a PERSONALS Messrs C B Ross and Algin FridaycMrs Creth Taylor is visiting in Louisville Miss Emma Coons of Lexington visited here Thursday Little Martha Short of Cleveland Okla is recovering from a severe attack of diphtheria and scarlet fe ver She is a grandchild of Mr and Mrs Lewis Wills of this city Mr Jesse Rogers of London is the guest of friends here Mr J R Lang of Lexington is in the city on business Miss Annie Freeman is visiting in Lexington MTS W O B Donaldson and- Mrs Curtis Evans have returned from a visit in Louisville Mr Robert George of Carlisle is visiting his brother Mr C B GeorgeSMrs H A Rogers of Mt Ster ling was shopping in Winchester- Friday Miss Margaret Bush is visiting Mias Mary Rogers in Lexington Mrs C R West and daughter- I Miss Norma are visiting in Ports- moutht Ohio IM Mrs Martha Crisc is the guest of ofMrs aB George en route from i 4fvrChicago to her home in Catletts + burg d 1 i Wfc William S Maseie Jrt is visiting his aunt Mrs John D Hedges in Paris Mr Jim fladley of Cincinnati is visiting in the city Dr D H Cook was in Frankfort Friday on business Mrs O S Johnson of this city is visiting Mrs 01 S Johnson of Mill rsburg Mr J A Van Houten is recover ing from a weeks illness Mr C S Guy is ill at his home on Maple street Mr and Mrs SB Tracy are in Cincinnati where Mrs Tracy is consulting an oculist Mr JW Hisle and family have moved from Highland street to West Broadway Mrs Avely Winston and Mrs Anna Bridges of Lexington motor ed to Winchester Thursday and were guests of Mrs Col Tucker on Fairfax street ITwo children of Ellis v Noel on the Ruckerville pike are ill of typhoid fevei Herbert Lee Rice son of Mr Ed Rice is dangerously ill of pneumo niaMr N K Foster who has been traveling in West Virignia and Ohio for the American Tobacco Companyhas returned to this city Dr George Varden of Paris was in the city Saturday Mr R S Scobee who has been confined to his room the past few days on account of an attack of la grippe was able to be out again Saturday morning Mrs D M Shearer of Winn avenue is visiting relatives near Jetts StationMrs R A Shaw of Williamstown Ky is the guest of Mrs Tom Rash on Jefferson street Mr C S Haggard who has been ill at his home on Winn avenue is able to be out again Mrs L A Trumbo who has been visiting her sister Mrs D M Shearer on Winn avenue has returned to her home at Frankfort Ky Mr William Garner Jr who has been very ill with tonsilitis is very much better Miss Myrtie Owen of near Tulip will go to Indianapolis Lid Sunday to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Martin Reed Mr Joe T Luman went to Rich mond Ky Saturday to conduct a big chair sale at that place Mr Dillon Owen and family of Mt Streling were visiting their parents on Kentucky street Friday Mr Joe T Quisenberry went to Richmond Saturday to attend the Federal Court in session at that placeMr J Christopher of Irvine Ky is visiting Mr and Mrs YoR A Stevens on Jackson street The infant daughter of Asa B Jones is seriously ill with diptheria Mrs Sam A Jeffries returiled this afternoon from a visi of two weeks to her parents aidotlier relatives at Dayton Ky Mr W M Todd of Ruckerville was called to Millersburg Friday on hccount of the illness of his laugh ter Mrs H L Higgs Mrs Gahagan and Miss Weathers of Chilesburg are the guests of Mrs A J Earp Mrs I A Shirley is quite ill and they fear typhoid fever Mrs Brown of Cincinnati is with Miss Nette Botson on Lexington av enue Mrs Dwight Pen die ifon waj in Lexington Friday Miss Bessie Haggard was in Jack son Saturday Mr and Mrs J Crews Rahre turned to their home in Clay City Saturday morning Messrs Tom and Harvey Brock Joe OBrien Earl Woodford George Kohlhass Andy Adams were in Lex ington Friday Miss Jrine Gaitskill and Mr Robert Taylor went to Owingsville Saturday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Hampton for several days fJudge and Mrs J M Benton were in Lexington Friday Miss Laura Spurr was an attrac tive guest in town Friday Mrs George Ballard was in Lex ington Friday Miss Sara Beverly Jouett return ed home from Lexington Fridav after a most charming visit to friends Dr Tom Price of Harrodsburg and Mr Will Price of Covington arrive Saturday to be the guests of Mrs M E Price for a few days Mr Renick Robb was one of an opera party inteA Dream Waltz Friday night Mrs David Thomson ana Miss Em ma Thomson were in Mt Sterling Thursday I Dont forget the Auditorium to night for there mllv be large do igsSzSr c t y iY i b it t J Mis Emma Turnbull is visiting in Lexington Mrs Morrow and daughfery were in Lexington Fri Mrs W B Conway pf West Liberty is visiting relatives at Mt Ster ling SMr W 0 Thacker and wife of Mt Sterling are visiting relatives at Ford this week Wm MilterCo Americas lead ing furrier will assist in the Fur Opening Monday November 16th at The Curry Dry Goods Co ll132t TEACH JOURNALISM AND ADVERTISING New Courses to Be Added to Curric ulum at State Univer sity LEXINGTON Ky Nov 14Prof A St Clair Mackenzie lean of the department of English at the State University announced to the stu dents of his classes yesterday that a class in journalism and the art of advertising will be introduced in the university in the immediate future if a sufficient number of students express a desire to take up the work Prof Ralph Morris assistant in structor of English will have charge of the work Mr Morris is a grad uate of Harvard University and has had considerable ext erwnce along that line of work He has also spent three years teaching in Japan It is expected that everal students will matriculate when the course is open ed DEATHS AND FUNERALS Lizzie Franklin Hadley Lizzie Franklin the fiveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs John L Hadley died at the home of her par ents in Jackson Thursday afternoon after an illness of several weeks of whooping cough and pneumonia The remains were brought to this city Prday night arid the bunal took place in the cemetery here Saturday morning at 11 oclock The ser vices were conductedat the grave by Eld J W Harding Mr Hadley is well known in this city having been connected with ihe East Tenn Telephone Company for a number of years and has a num fier of friends here who extend him their sympathy in his sad bereave ment This is the second child that Mr and Mrs Hadley have lost with in the last year from whooping cough f Mr William Batson The funeral of Mr William Bat son who died Friday afternoon will be held at his late residence on Lex ington avenue Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Services conducted by Rev 0 J Chandler Burial in1 the Winchester cemetery The following will act as pall healers C I Stew art W M Massie Qll Flynn OH Rees John Hodgkin and Charlie Jackson Mr Campbell Shaw The St Louis Republic of Monday last contained the following notice Campbell Shaw for many years a resident of Kirkwood and a son of the late Captain John Shaw died at his home Main and Filmore streets at 2 oclock yesterday morning He leaves a widow and one son The funeralwill be held at 11 oclock this morning The body will be sent to St Charles Mo for burial Mr Shaw was well known here Mr and Mrs Shaw and their son and Mrs Tompkins spent the summer of 1907 in Winchester Mrs Shaw is the granddaughter of Gov Clark and was Miss Tompkins before she mar lied She has many relatives m this county I Beautiful Talk The subject of the sermon deliv ered by Rev Wm JummiDg at the First Presbyterian church Friday night was Theres only one was to be saved and thats Gods way It wag not a sermon in the sense in which that word is generally ac cepted The discourse was a heart to heart talk full of tenderness and eloquent in its earnestness and sim pilcity a talk such as one brother would give to another or a loving father to his children It is such sermons as this one which will win their way into the hearts of the wayward which would have re mained stony to the pleadings of the rarest eloquence First In War Etc The phrase First in war first Jn peace and first In the hearts of his countrymen was first applied to George Washington by Henry Lee of Virginia In a eulogy delivered In the house of representatives December 26 1799 He had previously introduced a resolution that a committee be ap- poInted to considej the most suitable manner of paying honor to the first president of the United States i i t t Y iCKFELLER TOME STAND Willie Witness Next Week in Government Suit Against Stan SdiI Special to The News NEW YORK Nov 14johnD Rockefeller will go on the stand next week when the hearing in the Gov ernment suit to dissolve the Stan dard Old Company is resumed He will be a willing witness MEDICOS DISCUSS TYPHOID FEVER Dr W A Bush Reads Interesting Paper Before Clark County Society The Clark County Medical Society met in regular monthly session in the county court room at the courthouse at ten oclock Saturday Those present wer Drs M S Browne I A Shirley 0 R Venable Glenmore Combs C G Stephenson W A Bush J N Rankin W C Worthington D II McKinley and E R Cole After transacting regular business Dr W A Bush read an excellent paper on1 Typhoid Fever which was liberally discussed by all present The discussions were taken by stenographers and together with the paper will be transmitted to the State Medical Journal for publication DOWAGER EMPRESS IS MORTALLY ILL Government Foreign Board Confirms Beport of Mortal 1fl ness Special to The News LONDON Nov 14A Peking dfc patch to Renters states that the Emperor of China died on the night of November 10 Peking Nov JL4 5 pmIt is now reported that the Dowager Empres is mortally ill This is confirmed by the Government Foreign Board The Empress is reported so low that death is regarded as imminent PEKING Nov 14The Empress died shortly after five p m this evening OPERA HOUSE Dave Heilman business manager of the Howard Dorsot Comoany was in the cit Saturday arranging for the appearance of his company at the Onera House on next Saturday mat inee and night when they will pre sent two of tljeir best plays Maud Muller at the matinee and For His Brothers Sake at night Mr Heilman formally managed the local play house and has many friends here He says he has the best popular price show on the road and Heilman never told a lie about how good a show was But anyhow every knows Howard Dorset always good TREASURERS SELECTED MT STERLING Ky Nov 14 At a meeting of the Montgomery County Board of Control Mr Emmet Y Nelson was designated to coun tersign all checks for tobacco corn ing to Montgomery county growers and The Traders National Exchange and Mt Sterling National Banks of this city appointed treasurers It is believed that monev for crops soul will be distributed in this county in the next few days Mules Bring Good Prices x Mr T S Robertson of Bethel has sold to North Carolina parties thir tytwo coming twoyearold mules for 140 per head The mules were extra good ones- Prominent Banker Recovering- Mr Pierce Winn cashier of the Montgomery National Bank is recovering from a serious illness and will shortly be able to attend to bus mess SOME TURKEYS E Renaker agent for the C B Gilman Cold Storage Company of Lexington Ky has bought and ship ped from here this week the following lots of turkeys Powell Quisenberry 1400 W R Owens 1500 Fox Brookshire 1fiOO Gilbert Bros 500 Fred Craycroft 7500 Jess Tivss 1 5001 Tptalv d r 6000- The pnce pudwas 122 cents i L W9f r h2 z J r tor INrlIREOFTIi1fJ r Butjude rarely and thouijtDOt oftenbemia ft J But you Will use if 1YouItthere f2 C H BOWEN URGES LOCAL PARCEL POSTS WASHINGTON Nov 14Post master General Meyer announced to day that the postal deficit for the fis cal year ended June 30 1908 amounted to 16910270 The re ceipts were 191478033 being7 893657 great than the previous year and the expenditures 208351886 The deficit is the largest in the his tory of the postoffice department An analysis of the figures shows that 9891321 represents the advance in the rate of compensation authorized by Congress for employes of the railway mail service rural delivery service city delivery service and as sistant postmasters and clerks in postoffices The normal increase in the revenue for several years was about 9 per cent and in 1907 429 per cent the falling off in the rate of growth being due to the financial de pressionSThe postmaster general said that in his annual report he would call the attention of Congress to the fact Jjhat he is firmly convinced that the establishment ofa special local post confined To rural routes would tend to wipe out the postal deficit land wo1ld finally make the hiral de livery selfsustaining besides being of convenience to the farmer and a boon to the retail country mer chants There are now in operation more than 39000 rural routes he said serving a population of about 18000000 people and should an average of fiftyfive pounds of mer chandise be caAied by the rural car Her on each trip throughout the year it is estimated that 15000000 would be realized The rate would be five cents for the first pound and two cents for eachadditional pound up to eleven pounds the maximum weight oflpackage With the exception ofa small percentage paid to postmas ters of the fourth class for increas ed cancellations he said all revenue from this parcel post would be clear gain as there would be no railroad transportation whatever the service being confined to packages mailed by bonafide merchants and patrons of the rural routes- I feel continued Mr Meyer that from an administrative and business viewpoint it is mostdesir able that such legislation be enact ed Always the Same Sometimes BetterSr tbamRdfting Dinner v Brown Protforia field VV Bill of Fare Consomme Royal Blu a Points shaved Ice Hearts of Celery Queen Olives Lady Radishes Mixed Pickles Salted Almonds Ohilled Lettuce Oheese Straws Broiled White FishSShoe String Potatoes Parsley Sauce Anchovy Butter Boiled Country Ham SChampagre Sauce Larded Tenderloin of Beer with Mushrooms Roast Young Turkey Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Mallard Duck Currant Jelly Sweet Breads in cases with French Peas Fried Frog Legs on Toast Frozen Egg Nog Waldorf Salad Snow Flake Potatoes Candid Yams Cauliflower in Cream Hot Mince Pie Carmel Pie Ice Cream in forms Assorted Cakes Plum Pudding Cognac Sauce Mixed Nuts Raisins Fruits Rogueforfc Cheese Neufchatel Cheese New York Jream Cheese Tea Coffee Bents Water Crackers Kenfcacky Corn Pone and Buttermilk Plain Bread Mints Cocoa Milk ADVERTISE THE HEWS t 1 tt i w i Jeweler and OptfCMH t I0 MIRACLES OF MODERN SURGERY POINTED WOOF Knee Joint of Dead Man is Used tt Replace One on Livip Person fPHZWELPELL la Nov 14 The wonders of experimental surgery accomplished at the Rockefeller Jh stitute of Medical Research Now York city were outlined before the opening ession of the American Philosophical Society in much great I er detail than they aveever given to the public Among the latest achievments of science described by Dr Alexis Cr rel who has accomplished many of the most difficult experiments at the Rockefeller Institute was the trans planting of one dogs leg to another dogs body fl The fox terrier patient readily assumed normal control of the jieW leg which was taken from a dead dog and within three weeks the wound showed only a scar and the dog was up and around on all fours three that were originally his own and OM of the late lamented othierilog The transplanting of cats kid neys into other eats even after the organs have been in coM storage 6f days has proved entirely sucecssfftL Human arteries and jugular veins have been interchanged aIiptie- hts have been unable to tell the difference Applications of the experinent performed on the dogs and eats iie the rejuvenation of ailing humanity is in the announced opinioir of Dfc Carrel entirely possible Already the knee joint of a dead map has beea used to replace the injured joint of a liying person A woman too weak to undergo a major operation has had her arteries joined to those pf her husband and with the added strength of her husbands circulation ii and heart action has successfully undergone the shock of the surgcqus knife and survived an operation un del which she would hav otherwide died CONFEDERATE CANNON j Stolen From Camp During the Civil ty War to Be Used in Celebrating the Taft Victory iS t The most unique c nnon that wil be fired by the Republicans of Ken tucky in celebrating Taits election is that in the family of Reuben Patrick of Magoffin county which was taken from the Confederates during the Civil War and is the first breech loading cannon ever used in au r American army w Tile cannon belonged to a squaft of artillerymen commanded bv Cap tain J J Schoolfielxl of luka HL anVl I was iiivened by a luau named Wil Hams of Covington Ky Robert Williams a son of the inventor now lives in Cpvineton This cannon was one of the battery of six that was cast at Williams 4 request and while being takea 3cicamp near Salyersville It has been in the family of the Patricks since that time and thev used it exclusively for celebrating Republican vic tories Judge Jett the keeper oI the Con federate records has been getting information about this gun for some time and it is probable that it wilt eventually become a art Of the State Museum and be placed in the care of the State Historical Society for safekeeping so that Kentuckians who visit Frankfort mav see it Judge Jett has behe busily engagf ed for several monThs getting the roster of the company that hafl charge of the battery und has been successful in learning a number of the names He finds that they have been scattered to almost every State in the Union as some of them hive been located as fur Y sfas CoS v orado x r This was one of the most iioteiL batteries in the Confederacy hay ing done excellent workon the bit tlefield in the Tennessee cainb gasc Maysville Bulletin 4UptoDate DefinitionS Gossljr nOuntIetSd iadlyia rjl 1 who scovers facts that arent sii i f i SS55 SS 5SS- I loJ j IL t r F t4 4j7j1P- f f cc ty J V I v r t4i t r L li F I f THE t WINCHESTER NEWS IJ I i rr t We carry a Good Things atare necessary c Jz 1 to MakeYour Reception or J t Card Party a Success tt n J i tt Champignons i French Peas r Imptd Spanish Peppers Lobster and Potato Chips y 6fl Insure Your Guests Good a Time l y Buying Your i 4 I Fancy Groceries front I STOKELV ROUNSAVALL Powder Dynamite Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices Lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase 5 Sanborn Coffees and Teas Huylers Candy Tb f wru IairAMERiCftN MAV BUY THE POOLED TOBACCO t Otficiais cif Biirlev Society in Con ferece With the Trust Rep V resent ativesv c fi J The SiCxington Herald of Saturdaf tpubliibOj1ie following Louisij1eat dispatch tLpIsvJLE Ky Nov 13C6nb- etwcenresiaentrenevjv Clarence JBijththe Exvecutiv0 Cominittel ot the Buriev Tobacco on tile hcifttt and RK Smith John Mia 31etonSnd Keriry Walker oir the othef lili plbeefi in progress here with 4ar large p4rthrn of the Or pJIJYfi Pkn 4S pf tbacco now BtJde r poQI t cIfepcnces tLyer For Present hij r ii est ended for tlieiune k t ernotVand the raenY le c4fiience left fo then j thltf1ff1ufk iid that hthC deal will j2o 1 hioihtt v 1nrLtioionig t is thai Jihe 1 aeaigujfd havejbeen closed today but tjbftjfi UierewgsSome little dLssul isruc1fj 1J Rlioj n aiiiono some of the V h ijj jjiQjDiJ7Jinittee pf the Barley V SpcieJ Y ii fs understood tuat the i if prjj entafives of the American To aqOp4yCompany offered the Burley vl pt4opIan average per pound A 0f jet for CO per cent of the entnt pOol which would have nra0iitgdjt to over forty pcinian over 7000000 in milliolI v4 It is considered cer fe niare that the deal with be con iwSumatcd when the conference is re newed fL pces GtDesirc to Sell All jThe Burley Sqciefcy wants todis posepTits lip OingyviKiw in the pool aid itis leirrted tfiat the American Tobacco Co ptihy although In4espoiisibihity for the denyingI Hi lons in Kcntncky has gntiiiic desiie ui do whatever it fe5ttftbwrfrd resturuj law and order in ilntBtato and satisfying the grow Qr hJC pool by paying them the exacfc4 market price for their tobacco r br for at least GO per cent of it CompanyJitliving coiiceiuri but the American is ire dy5and willing to buy JO per cent it loi thQi entire holdings ot the Bur Icy pool and pay for it in cashtjii 11ie Burley Society does not care to dispose of all its holdings to the 1 American Company but is trying totI iijid a sale for the biggest part of t its holdings it is Jlearned that last night the Burley Society through its officers I gave iiotice to the American Tobac ico Company that it had 80000000 poujlds of white burley now in the pool The company stands ready to 48 000000 pounds of the white bUl11 ley if not more The market ports show that the average piice r white burJey is now 15 per hund ofI poundS Ile ofIt has been T as highas 18 and 20 a hundred whjsornegardes have sold down tot 4sio 11 Would Bring Over 7000000 t Therefore at this time the Amer icanh ready tOot buy 48000000 r pounds at an average price Qf 15 lafTiundred pounds hich would bring IE fry Kentucky for distributioij jamong io tobacco growers 7200000 Itis Icnown that the tobacco glOW er came to Louisville with the hope closing the deal and it is likewise ffeipwn that the American Tobacco t cOoinIutn is perfectly Nvilling to r ttra4with the pool 7 Our position is just the same a s1 it has always be n said an Aineri can Tobacco offlcfl1lTe are will frig bQ trade and 3o the fair iliiiig Ve want to do it now and iC deal does not go through it will thjsI Ieeaus6 we have not met the 3 ershallway and tried to give them ii good price for their tobacco 4 UWQ want to show our desire and 11 jj wiliirigne s tdo our part toward tiinging about normal conditions c 114j i l i rr Asparagus Tips r Maraschino Cherries 1 Salted Almonds Mints of All- Kinds and Colors ITHE MARKETS I CATTLE ACTIVE AND CALVES ARE LOWER CINCIN Al 0 Nov 13Rei- ntsce and shipments of live stock to 1dayCattle Hogs hcep- eceipts 851 5414 824 iipments r382 3771 196 Cattle Active fit steady to strong prices j shippers 450550 extra 5 60575 butcher steers extra a5iO good to choiee435 475 j common to fair 325425j heifers extra 35450 j good to cjioice 3753424 common to fair 360 375 c6ws extra 385 tOO good to chic 32p375 common io fair 125531 can 91ofat bulls 350375 milch cows gpod to steady j other grade weak Xvnd slokw Calves Slow and generally 25c lover extra 725 fair fo good 550700 commoiiind large 300 67o Active st jNeadybutchers 0003610 mixed pack ers 540600 stags 300475 common to choice heavy fat sows 350525 light shippers 465 530 pigs 110 Ibs and less 350 465 Sheep Dull and lower extra 350 good to choice 285340 common to fair l00275Lambs Dulland lower r extra 540550 good to choice 485 5 35 common to fair 350475 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 13CattleRec- eipts about 3500 Weak beeves 340760 Texans 360470 Westerenrs 325600 stockers and feeders 260460 cows and heifers 1GO540 calves 550 775 Hogs Receipts about 26000 5c lower Light 525600 mixed 540615 heavy 545620 rough o45565 good to choice heavy 565620 pigs 400Co 57560qSheo lOc lower Native 250460 Western 250450 yearlings 420490 lambs 375G15 western 3756MO JHEAT RULES FIRM ii IN CHICAGO MARKET t 1slofday with prices v e to ic higher than the previous close Range of Futures The leading futures ranged as follows HighDcchew 0778JulyLow Close- 1ro23iDec new5 H 10311 May 1 Oll 1 Oi July 101101s EjigbDeckMay 621c W1 July HJn 62ys- Lowr v Close 6234MarJuly 6i 621A FFYou can riot eat all the JI ur a47 vertised as thevbestvon earth and you can4 inake a mistak in us ing Mansfields Best Patent or Mt IJiUy E1ery sac1ri gQrL l21leea JI4N t FIELDS FLOUR MILLS 0Wmchest r Ky U433moeod- vl ti SiS r CUUCUES Presbyterian Church The special services will continue gaturtlay night and into next week Topic Saturday nightsPersonal Responsibility Sunday 11 a rnThe Captain of our salvation Sunday 7 p mThe Eternal City Heaven The Christians lope and Goal Bible school at 9 45 a m Adult Bible classes at same hour All cordially invited Episcopal Church Rev Frankli i Price Rector of the Stediiigvillat 7 oclock in Emmanuel Church Main Street Methodist At the Main street Methodist Church the pastor Rev 0 J Chandler will preach Sunday morning and evening The morning subject Christs Ad miration for His Church Epworth League services at 615 p m Sunday School at 945 a m Washington Street Presbyterian The pastor C E Graf n will con duct services MorningA Hearty Christian il Ity Text CoK 3 23 EyeningChrist the Author and eo1iFirst Church of Christ Scierftist Regular services at the reading room Sunday morning at eleven oclock and testimomal meeting Wed nesday night at seven oclock The public is cordially invited to attend Sunday November 1908 Sub tiectMortafs arid Immoritals Golden extFbr wliich live ayealways deliveiedttito death for Jesi sake that the life also of Jesus might be made manifest in our mortolflesli 2 Coiinfhians 411 Responfeive ReadingHebrews 8 113 The public is invited to visit the Reading Room which is kept open daily Baptist Church wI wLexingtonillat 11 ocolck and in tlie evening at IT oclock EW HOUSE AND BUlrmNG LOTS Two building lots on Kentucky street were sold this week by frI Jonas Bush for 300 eachone to Mr D H Watts and the other to Mr Jeff Jones Mr Clarence Ogden has near corn pletion a beautiful cottage on Holly venue Afr Tom Hall of Hill street is building a residence on the same lot where his house was recently de tsroyed by fire Be sure to attend the fur opening Monday November 16th at The Cur ry Dry Goods Co MJ32t This cut of Mr Wainseott appear ed in The Southern Carbonator and Bottler the leading trade journal drinice of Mr Wainseott aS being one of the successful bottlers of Ken tacky It had much to say about the new drink Roxa Kola that his firm is putting out it not only having become Very pppular in this itnmedi afe vicinity but isvbeing af ter in other States The demand be salyf9ranthe present plant which will for next season be more than doUbledand it isvyfery dpubtfulrif the quarters will i i l f I Thanksgiving jWin be here- Soon Iand allof us are getting ready to Eat the Festive Turkey The Housewife is beginning to take stock of her- China and Dinnerwarei in prepraationfor the family dinner We have something special thatievery one should see before making any purchases Read the next coulmn of this ad LUH tisementJ r UNDERTAKING RAILROAD JACK Railroad Jack visited the City School Friday afternoon and made a very interesting talk to the pupils of the upper grades The general tenor of the talk was good and much enjoyed by those who heard the speaker Jacks plea for temperance and a clean life and his spirit of optimism were greatly appreciated by the pupils of the City School WINCHESTER ROLLER M5LLS The oldest and test institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe hest made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal G L sought be large enough then plans having already been made for a much larger building which will no doubt be put into practice and pushed to cot pletion sometime during next sun I mer Roxa Kola will then be put out not only as it has the past season hut will be sold in syrup and extract form as Snow being done in a small way This will increase the terri iory for the business as the syrup adtaagean be shipped to any part of the country as it will then ntiVbe necessary to have ttieconr Diners is now t4e case when sold in the small bottles tJ r i1 tL rWHGRINDLEYCOS ENGLISH J PORCELAIN DINNERWARE VICTOR GOLD TRACED LIGHT IN WEIGHT HANDSOME IN SHAPE- BEAUTIFUL IN FINISH DAINTY IN DECORATION STRONG DURABLE AND INEXPENSIVE We consider this new pattern one of the best values we have shown CAN SUPPLY OPEN STOCK COMPLETE SETS HALL ECONFURNITURE WAINSCOTT returnedas 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 building 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 afterwards The WINNMAKTIN COAL SUPLY CO INCORPORATED PROFESSIONAL CARDS J UETT 1 JOUETT Ailcrrieys At Law Winchester Ky JMSTEVriSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main S1 WinchesterJCy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETOK EUSH BUSH Attorneys At Lav 60 S Main St Winches r Ky DR W WORTjilKGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 tom 3 po and 7 toS p m New phone 432 Resience633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky Greek ProJerb Those that are quick to decide are unsafe I CLASSIFIED J1 ADVERTISING BATES Onehalf nt per word per inser v inbnthtNothingwords No item charged on boob for less than 25 centsi1i JFOR SALE Barber shop five cnaiir outfit modern in every respect tlatest and most uptodate shop that has ever been in thiscityGood paying business best locality Must sell at once Apply G Z Dyer 72 S Main street Win FOR SALE Meat hogs from two to three hundred pounds C J BOSWELL Phone 405y 1156t WANTED SEWINGIam prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies shirt waists and cliildrens dress making a specialty Call at 234 SiHighland street MRS J C LARY 10191mo WANTED Tally and dinner cards to paint For particulars call No 208 Home phone or 115 College street10291mo BIG DEAL Onefourth off on all cloaks at Todd Brothers this1 week ll122tV STRAYEDBlack sow weighing about 300 npuuds from my place on Hickman street Notify Walter Nunnellv Home phone 306 1172L tfr FOR SALE Nice lot of Maple trees at a reasonable price Phone 818 A ROBERT E FOX n76tt FOR NTTtnv fourroom cottage on East Broadway piped for gasj cistern on porch MRS J A RAMSEY HrlO3fc FOR RENTTwo new rooms at the corner of Burns and Leitonavenues Gas andelectrichflii ijilLexingtonIf 1111 4t r 4Cornert street W P AXBIIL 11 U111 t r FOR SALEA 10gauge Paiier dciublebaiTel hammerless shotgun goQfiocondition 11136t SALE OR EXCHANGEr have a house value 2500 that is now and has been for fifteen years used inRochange for other realestate LEE WAINSCOTT 11134t onMauiSupply Company on Broadway tfuReturnFOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 11123t- WANTEDAI1 old line Life Insur ance Company with large business in Kentucky would make first 11ttriousWinchester and vicinity Expe rience not necessary as comPany will furnish experienced man to help close business Address with references X this office 1111 3t Now Is the Time As this is an off year we are not over run with 10hoursyou would bring your work to us now while we can easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves arid customers Do not wait until times get good and we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work The above is especially directed to the Agricul turalist and is applicable to Manufacturers who are comeSsoon ys Do not put it off because it is small We do notlike small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself Remember you do riot have to go to Cincinnati or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints orSpecifica tions Wood or Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel WhiteMetalWe are agents 3brrStructural Steel of all shapes Ch r andSIzes J If i1 i i ICOlLPQXAnFGCQRNELL i Ea4g 1e CaCing QiGensljc Manager djf f 2 F w T 11H 0 kL