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T CI I jTHEEW D 11yr 4tr jJ IoWj yb1 li NO33 KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBRI 1908 r CENTS A COPY CENTS WEDT lOBACCO CONFERENCE I RESUMED TI1URSDAY Both Sides Hopeful That Deal ln voicing Millions May Be f Closed 1 LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 18Thi coizfer Ace of the officials of the f American Tobacco Company and the officers pf the Burley Tobacco So to the purchase by the comPanJo1at least 60 per cent and possible more oftIle 80000000 pounds Qf Burley leaf now in th pool will be resumed in Louisville I Thursday Both sides are hopeful that the deal may be closed t The American Tobacco Company will be represented by L K Smith k the directormanager of the com ranv Hi K Walker one of the com panys expert buyers John Middle ton also connected with the com pany and A Carroll attoraiey for the corporation I The Burley Society will be repre hseated by President Clarence LeBus Andy a number of the members of the Executive Board The representa i tives of the growers will arrive here either tonight or Thursday morning t morning The American Tobacco Company said will make a strong effort r tjS the tobacco at market prices pay for it in spot cash The HTAvers j want to sell but are hold n out for their price n INSPECTOR LOOKS OVER THE SITES Government Official Examining All f Grounds Offered For Fed ireral Building t Superintendent Richard Pourcliy Wednesdavttqor to the government for the Federal Building Mr spent the entire day ntrlhe ivork1visiting the Justice the Odjm the Paplshand the old church property north of the courthouse 4iiid allamr to the owners the H wine JMfc Fourchy said that leis duty was to report on each piece of prop ifiiy iyirig they reasons for and giinst itas a suitable site and rec Jnimendinsr the one he judired best for the purpose The Secretary may accept his recommendation or de rline it and take any niece It us sally taKes several weeks before i decision is arrived at by the Secre f tary Allefforts to get an expression ofopijiion as to what he thought of the property offered by interested d liar ties resulted in failure Mr Fourchy highly complimented Winchester on the good hotel i KINGS DAUGHTERS ELECT FRANKFORT Ky 18BeJore adjournment yesterday after 1xiocn the Kings Daughters elected fhe following officers allof whom now hold office Miss Jennie Bene diet central council Mrs Homer Stivky State secretary Mrs L V Hi dfield secretarytreasurer All e residents of Louisville tr r frJ- t ESTCIRGUIA11NI1f WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY tti ThflL WINCHESTER 1 NflWSTj It WINCHESTER 2 10 1 J of WOMfN SUFFRAGISTS ARE NOW IN SESSION Kentucky Equal Rights Association Now Meeting in Rich mend RICHMOND Ky Nov 1Thenineteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association convened here yesterday for a two days meeting President Miss Laura Clay of Lexington occupying the cjuiir After the usual routine of business in the morning the following program was carried out at the af ternoon session Annual Address of the President Miss CnyJ Report of the Superintendent of Press Work Mrs Lida C Oben chain1lporfof the State Historian MviMattie Bruce Reynlods of Cov irtrtini lw session was cpnduoted with an Sufejfrni by Mrs Leteher Riker presi dit jf the Kentucky Federation of Womans Clubs At io evening session following GrinIstead Green Clay as the represent utiv of the Madison county Demo craU Coraimttee delivered an interested address in behalf of that party in which he addressed the led it ii prospective voters of the na tioiiThis was followed by an interest inr tl1jf by Miss May Costello f Fngland on Suffrage The session was concluded with an instruct ive and highly entertaining address by Rev Anna H Shaw president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association A large number of delegates are in attendance from all over the State The meet ings are being largely attended also bylo al citizens Wednesday evening C C Wallace as the representative of the Repub Bean party will deliver an address to the ladies as prospective voters One of the most unique features or the convention is the large two and a half foot square posters which have been placed in the most con spicuous places over thecity read ing Presidents are being voted poi women in Wyoming Colorado Utah andIdaha Wily not in Ken tu ky TWrr ARE KILLED i COLLISION Sixth Avenue Elevated Cars Collide With Work Train in New York City Special to The News NEW YORK Nov 18Carl Hein erich and Henry Beuman were killed and two other workmen injured fit ally when a Sixth avenue elevated train collided with the derrick ofa work train EM J W Harding will preach at Antioch this county Sunday morn my a 31 oclock 1Q rtss- Nt If you expect a larger business this Fall and Winter than last r If you expect to Keep abreast of your competitors vertSe l CSTHE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into more homes on the rural routes of Clarkcounty than any other newspaper whether daily or weekly v THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into prac r ti ally every home in Vinchester tI Dort 1itss the 4 voT1 11 S y 1c II JD t etIr ek1 t 1li 7INCDRts 47ED 1 L f J J c y f 1 r n r J f rfY I tfi trj i Yr rfJiY WM Jtr r J Jrlry w J r as Jri y rti i yb rrk PYy 1l ft Lyf SsC rrjj4 r r T mm rYf J s m m r m k THE LATE VICTORIEN SARDOU Vlctorlen Sardou the famous French dramatist who died recently vas the author of more than seventy successes When one stops to consider the enormous amount of work and material necessary to construct a play the marvelous energy and geniueof the man are in some measure revealed Sar dou was never Idle In his intercourse with men he was constantly gathering raw material to be dexterously woven into his plays He was the founder ol the school of dramatic construction which is now in vogue the world over Action was his text and watchword To him dialogue was only Incidental ENTERTAINMENT AT THE COLLEGE CHAPEL Students Will Give Musical Literary and Gymnastic Program Saturday A musical literary and gymnastic entertainment will be given by the students of the college Saturday eve ping of this week for the benefit of the chapelorgallfund The Mens Glee Club will appear for the first time The men have t- been training faithfully all ferm and are doing splendid work l Mrs Auidersbn and Miss Tabor wity rquder a piano duet Prof Dalgefy will read v j Following this entertainment which will be held in the large chapPela basketball game will be played by two picked ladies teams in the gym nasium Avery small charge will be made for admission and vill cover the en tire evening This form of entertainment has been very popular heretofore and this will be no less interesting than those previously given- TIIANKSGIYINO OAM- WITHTRANSYYANIA Kentucky Wesleyan Will Play Foot ball in Lexington on No vember 26 I LEXINGTON Ky Nov 18Iu order that his team may keep in good trim for the Thanksgiving game Manager E S Sweeney of the Tran sylvania University eleven has scheduled a game with Kentucky Wesleyan College of Winchester to be played here next Saturday- As it seemed hardly possible to get a game with State University on that date Manager Sweeney immediately opened negotiations with the Win chester college which were success ful While it is thought that Transylvania has a better team than Wesleyan it remains for the struggle of Saturday to decide and the contest promises to be a rood one The Win chester squad will come to Lexington in excellent shape not having been battered up by recent game with a much heavier team than the Crimson eleven an Lby reason of their superior weigHt they hope t6 roll up a scorert DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Mollie G Webster The funeral services of Mrs Mol lie G Webstert who died Tuesday morain were held at the old Bap tilt church Wednesday afternoon at IIr t INTERESTING ADDRESS AND MAII JSrtORS Oiv Dr Porter Speaks on Work at the City School on Wednesday Morning f Dr J W Porter of Lexington delivered an address on Work at tlit edinesdabJ morning dining the opening exercises There were many visitors present and all were greatly pleased with he recitations by the little people from the lower grades ajidthe sing Hlbgbh S htVoh I fUrr Those who Remained to inspect actual work oisthe school roo were delighted wh pile earnestnesss of pupils and teachers Dr Porter in his introductory remarks said that though he had VI- Sited many schools in this country and abroad that nowhere had he been better pleased with what he had seen and heard than in Winchester and h especially emphasized the fact tha in our City School he had seen bet ter results from the teaching of sing ing than in any other school that he had visited Dr Porters talk was ofan in spiring nature and pupils and vis itors frequently arrclauded the speak ers remarks The visitors who attended wer TanIiterTracy Mrs C G Bush Mrs J Ford Mrs Dock Pigg Mrs W AY Ecton Mrs Joe Ecton Mrs S W Terri pleman Miss Cassie Conkwright t Miss Emma Bush class of 1908 Miss Ella Pendleton class of 1906 Miss Nell Allan class of 1907 Mis Mary Byrd Fox class of 1907 M Scott of Lexington Rev J Porter of Lexington Mr C HDeit lieh of Cincinnati Rev Geo W Bell and J K Allen representing the Board of Education Parents and friends of education can do much good by visiting the City School on Parents Day whit is Wednesday of each week GRADING OF THE 1907 CROP IS STILL ON Burley Tobacco Society Will ttjf Finish Tobacco Before Friday The grading of the 1907 crop of tobacco that is in the pool in the Burley Tobacco Society that begun Tuesday morning is still in progress and fobr publication yet and will not until the wading is completed which will be Thursday or Friday MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriaee license was i gue Wedhesday DbT rsiVriijn 7 JicT 7cIiilhcrIBurg1ier botlrpf this county rV ft f qr J1tC t L 1 J a t BRYAN TAtKS1 ABOUT FUTURE Asked if He Will Run For Presiuart- Again Not Prepared to Say v san Antonio Tex Nov 18Myfr- iends do hot require me to prejudice the future and I shall not take the advice of my opponents otf this subject I shall continue to write and speak in defense of things which I believe to be good for the American people I hope it may never become necessary to run for office again but I will not attempt to decide that question until the time comes to act I do not see any necessity to say more on the subject In answer to the direct question Will you runfor the presidency again if conditions arise to warrant it William J Bryan dictated the above statement Regarding the fu ture of the Democratic party he saidI am not at all discouraged as to the future of the Democratic party There must be a democratic party in every country and I want our party to be democratic and Ihave no doubt that the tountry wIlls e the necessity for the adoption of the re forms advocated by the Democratic party It is already a great educational force and I have no doubt that conditions will so indicate the party as to make the voters turn to it as the best instrument for the ac complishment of the necessary reforms Will you allow yourself to be elected United States senator from Nebraska he was asked They do not elect a senator thisyeart he said with a smile But they do two years fromnow he was reminded You have my statement regarding my future so far as I care to say and he smilingly refused to discuss the subject fur ther KAISER PAYS HEED TO AN8BY SUBJECTS Conm stitutional Methods Berlin Nov 18Fired by the angry tide of popular feeling that swept over the empire from end to end Emperor William yielded to the totmethods of conducting the policies of Germany The climax to the public utterances of the emperor waS reached in an interview which he gave to an En glishman and which was published in the London Daily Telegraph on Oct 28 As the outcome of this the theemany of its prominent members sovereignNattempted to smooth away the affair undertook to communicate to his majesty a straightforward and unvarnished statement of how the German people viewed his intervention in af stateS between the emper tookWand at its conclusion the emperor made formal promise to his people that in the future he would not act except through the chancellor and his associate ministers This promise was made public in the Reichsanzei hgee the official gazette of the empire Countess Elopes With Tutor Vienna Nov 18The reports cur rent here that Countess Marie Lou ise the beautiful 20yearold daughter of Count Harnoncourt had eloped from Budapest with a Hungarian thought to be Count Anton are erroneous It is now Ridthatt- he young woman eloped not with Count Anton Sigray but with a poor German aristocrat who was em ployed as tutor to her brother Heney Recovers Rapidly San Francisco Nov 18 Francis J Heney is recovering with surprising rapidity and it is predicted that a fefweeks hence he will be able to resume prosecution of the graft cases He is able to swallow without serious difficulty and was able to take liquid nourishment Five Hundred Miners Strike Lewiston Mpnt Nov 18 Five atdbecause they could not secure an ad vance of from 2 105 cents a ton in their wades 1 4e i j t h WEATHER t I Generally Fair C nUn edl7 Wzrm Tonight and Thurs tday 10 a1i A SHOpENDORESJ- I TUFTS POSITION Refers to Letter to St Paul Clergy man Talks of PhiIi pines Cincinnati 0 Nov 18 Presiden elect Taft left here for Hot Springs Va thus ending the visit to his home city which has been the SUb ject of i ide political speculation I have not seen a politician nor discussed any political question since coming here said Judge Taftit think I have accomplished my pur pose in coming here which was af personal business matter in which there is no public interest nor should there be Bishop Oldham of the Methodist Episcopal church who has spent several years in the Philippines and came to this country to attend the recent missionary conference at Stu Louis had a long talk with Judge Taft relative to Philippine matter Incidentally the bishop took occasion to express his hearty approval of the recently published letter written by Judge Taft to a St Paul clergyman in which he made clear his positloir relative to the Catholic church r Before leaving Judge Taft was the guest at a dinner given by Edward Harrison a longtime friend The f guests were the former neighbors off the Taft family 3 An incident which pleasantly illu r r trates the democratic demeanor ofr t the presidentelect occurred at tit Pike street home of Charles P Tiftr where Judge Taft is a guest The servant came to him and announce4 a man at the door who says yon would not know him by name but hey wants to see youISend him in was the quick xe sponse whereupon there was ush ered before Judge Taft a young man clad in blue flannel shirt and worktmans clothes I want to get into the army h 7 hesitatingly explained to Judges rafts query Well my man what can I do for you uI was told because of a fault inv my left yeI could not get in but w sftold to get glasses and I could get into the hospital corps and nor er they Gay that yI must havee some es perience to get into the hospital corps but I have my glasses Were you born in this country Are you a man of good habits What is your occupation Have you a fath er and mother were all questions put to the applicant who stood before the judge with his hat in hando t They were all answered satisfactor ily and the judge remarked Welt young man you look to one like the type of man we want in the army and if you will write me a letter at Hot Springs I will see that it gete consideration from the proper offl cers The wouldbe soldier explained that he had a brother who had sere through two enlistments that1ii sled were both dead and he Midi inclination to serve his time Ho was of German parentage Judge Taft told his Cincinnati r friends that he should return to this dertat Washington and should go front his home here to the capital He 1st planning a trip to Cuba early in Feb reUnquishmenrof uration of the new island governor ment This trip if taken will neces= sarily be teTRIAL WILL PROCEED Unless Ruefs Attorneys Interpow Further Technicalities v San Francisco Nov 1Superior Judge Lawler brushed aside all dilatory motions interposed by the attor neys for Abraham Ruef and the trial of the former political boss on jbne orfthe many charges of bribery agala C him which was interrupted by the attempt to assassinate Prosecutor Francis J Heney will roceed wlth the taking of testimony for the state unless the defense delays the hear ing with further technicalities Judfi Lawler denied in succession the nro tions of Ruef for change of venue continuance of 30 days and dismissal of the jury Schooner Abandoned at Sea New York Nov lSThe scnoonerr Jennie Thorifcs of Savannah Gai x was abandoned at sea after the seven Iesailors had exhausted themselves jby working at the pumps 12 days in an effort to keep the vessel afloat The crew was brought here on the s team L er Afghanistan which arrived from southern ports r Belmont l Joins the Dry Columbus 0 Nov 18 Belmont t county voted dry by 2150 a one saloons and two ireweflw irks- heeted ii r x 1 a- r i r fn r q T THE WINCHESTER NEWTS HOLDINII ON TOJRIUE 0r0 r What Country Newspapers Can Accompli In This Line j V M ANO USE PUBLIC THOUGHT t reh tyi Pple jp Overcame Abu es x In Centralization ef POPUI Iatli and Trade In Large Cities Bail UP Interest In Hem Towns Chireago says that his sermons are tranal tory and unsatisfactory In effectuA rmon he says no matter how CGOdr Is like water that Is poured through a sieve It Is the constant hammering that produces results upon the hearts of men not what Is learne today or tomorrow but what Is a Orbed a note this week and a note next which strikes o responsive chorE In the hearts arid lives of the members of my congregation no two of whom are alike In temperament all of whom require different treatment If we are going to preach sermons we must preach them regularlyno it xi alone from the columns of a trad magazine but from the forum where the people assemble And the J must be uttered by those whom th people know those In whom they I confidence and to whom they will pa attention We all realize how Important it i r that the tendency toward centrallza tlon of population and trade shall be flowinzg out be turned and made to flow in v Those cltites which become overpop r slated and overprosperous at the fL pense of the prosperity and size o surrounding country towns and vii lages are like cancers says Hardware which impoverish the blood and pally devour the vital spark of our s axial life We have seen this work in mil ages History brings us many r stance where through centralization J of power civilization has become cancerous and rotted to its ultimate de cline WHf the lessons we should havet learned from history suffice to the way by which we may escape th pitfalls If we grow ill shall we persist in treating our systems with strong medl canes when deep breathing and the proper diet would soon restore us If In the course of time our cities through absorbing a greater and great er portion of the population which conies to our shores shall establish unhealthy and unnatural standards of life shall we persist in treating the sore spots instead of purifying the cir culation and building up the system Let us not wait until that time but rather anticipate the evils which cen tralization Is bound to bring upon us Who will be responsible for this cen tralization The people themselves How will it be overcome By edu cating the people And who shall educate the people There Is one best way to reach them and that Is through the nwspapers I The newspaper Is the greatest power for enlightenment which has ever blessed this globe- Newspaper editors have a great re sponsibility as they are charged with the task of molding public opinion There are hundreds and thousands of them who have done a great work in this line For some months Hardware has been striving to awaken the hardware trade Vto a realization of the opportunity Which lies within the newspaper as n means of teaching the people and over coming abuses which have their foun dation in the centralization of trade in the large cities Slowly gradually other publications have awakened to the importance of our plan Retail associations have tak en it up George H Maxwell editor of Max wells Talisman says In his paper There are many country merchants who see their trade gradually slipping countryfctynthe channel of the mail order trade uThere are many country editors whose the prosperity of their towns de letdana circulation and advertising Income reduced for the same reason There are very few however who realize that their problem Is a national one and tha it is wrapped up in and a part of the great fundamental question whether this nation shall be perpetu r sated or shall be destroyed by the phys lcal degeneration of humanity the so cial unrest Industrial discontent moral and political corruption and class hatred bred in the city slums and tene ments and certain to culminate In an krchistic crimes riotous mobs and all destroying social upheavals as the re suit of some long continued period of Industrial and commercial depression The fact is that the upbuilding of the country town and suburban vii lage as an antidote and safeguard against the poisonous social moral physical and political consequences of herding millions of our working peo pIe together in the unnatural congested life of the tenements is the one great question that rises above all others in importance as a problem that this na ion must solve Unless it does solve It It will suffer death from human de- the fate of so many nations and civilizations that have risen In the X past only to be destroyed Ours will be likewise destroyed unless we take i beed im time- Then comes the question of the growth of towns and villages There 4 a where the country editors andmerr 3 chants can help themselves Once get ttinto the minds of the whole Amen v cin people that the salvation of the t ii r xauon de HKidf jft th+ upbuilding of tlM country towwfand atbuTben vii 3iseibetthe1d paae4 sid iieeply rooted so It mill grow itself a Dda thoMand influences will enter the field and enlist for this greet campaign for nIralnd country town and village de- e opment to check the overgrowth of- eifiee with all Its resultant evils vlt cannotall be done at once The first thing is to get public thought ac tively aroused and turned Into right channels There must be a complete common conception in the minds of millions of people of this new na tional ideal Then there must be unit ed concerted and vigorous action to realize that ideal The facts and ar guments to support it must be dis seminated through a great educational campaign entirely separate and apart from politics Every country editor and country merchant should be a leader In the movement In his locality Let every merchant take an Interest dIn his home newspaper and through them use his Influence that the home trade shall be conserved and the home towns continue to grow and prosper PLANTING ROADSIDE TREES Simple and Inexpensive Method of Improving Cities end Towns betethat matter than we One of the plante tovan prac roadsa of woodland beside it But in time this woodland is cleared off and our roads are left stark and bare broiling In the summer sun and bleak in the winter winds comfortfserve sable purposes as windbreaks and dust shields to growing crops The practicallyogardening be attempted or we exercise halfngrown In our extreme practicality we have been utterly careless of the question of beauty in both city and country and our work has been the work of deface Ofeyears there has been strong movement in the cities and towns toward the city beautiful with substantial results In the way of parks boulevards bridges and a much higher order of architecture in both public and private buildings In time we may expect this movement to spread through the rural communities which are already taking up the ques tion of good roads with considerable VIgor As a starter In this direction nothing would be quite so simple and inexpensive as planting trees along the roadsides CIVIC TRANSFORMATION Wonderful Change Wrought by an Im provement Societys Crusade- A civic improvement worker in a small eastern town writes very inter estingly of the wonderful transformd tion in that place by the crusade of a newly formed but very effective Improvement association says the Los Angeles Times There are In our town none of those dumpllke spots behind every house on which the ash barrel lies at rest besides the garbage pail while a bunch of old newspapers and old rags play tag over the lot stumbling occasionally over old rusty tin cans or a broken bottig Oh no The spot on which the burdock thrived and reared its trouble some crop of stickers Is now adorned with swaying dahlias flowering hollyhocks fragrant roses and other flow ers The plantain farm has been sown to grass and rolled and mowed The homely old back yard fence has been adorned with a grapevine and the honeysuckle and woodbine twine about the back yard porch Shrubbery breaks the angular lines and hides homely corners The garbage pail the ash barrel the old tin cans and the broken bottle have taken fright and fled from sight of the dawning beauty as evil spirits of night fly before the rising sun and the newspapers and the old rags have found their way to the junk man Flowers and Smiles The distribution during the summer f thousands of bunches of flowers to little children is an unusual and pleas ant work that is done by the Pittsburg Playgrounds association through the playgrounds The association Is dependent for the flowers In large part upon the generosity of its friends the flowers coming from the private gar dens flt the city and Its suburbs To remind Its friends the association In cluded this year in its appeal the words The flowers you send mayI fall into lie hands of just a Dirty little fellow In a dirty part of town Whero the window panes are sooty and the roofs are tumbledown Where the snow falls black in winter and the wilting sultry heat Comes like pestilence in summer through the narrow dirty street But amid the want and squalor of the crowded sorry place You can find the little fellow by his happy smiling face How to Stop Littering of Streets Mayor E W Crancer of Leaven worth Kim Is looking for Information as to what method to pursue to prevent paper being scattered about the streets He has given the police orders to arrest any one whom they see throwing paper on the streets or sidewalks but the greatest difficulty to be overcome in enforcing the ordlI aance against littering the streets is to latch the offenders In the act i Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY but we want YOU to come alsothen you will say it too Noth ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Cof fee at our fountain Martin Cook Drug Company RUFUS RASTus JOHNSTON BROWNH- AT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN 1 ti GUARq rF iJ 41 4 rINiHt BUY A HEATER R- OMlaUSHON TIlE CORNER To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0 as we havfca direct wire to this point Try us once and I am sure our quick service and politeness will bring you backThe quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoria BOTH PHONES Yours respectfully L M BUTSCH Manager The Capitol of the United States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Doe s nt this seem to show that it would be a good paint foryou to use Send fox Sample Cards Baber Reeves- No 9 E Broadway rffForasliws i Drugs Gra ho hones Kodaks I paints e Stationaryand Toilet rticlesIgo to WinChesterDrugcoTHE seth Phonos 46 lip IJ o b p r I t In e OB PRINTIN I II I j J J Out Plant is equipped with the latest fal idHtles to turn out the best of Job Work Our Business has increased materially I in the past months It is growing I steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office bes fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre vent our giving it the very best of attention We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky Allwork is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out l of this office thday they areprom t ised Thereris no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle 1 Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and Itfolded work Lawyers Briefs can be set as expel I vr ditiously and cheaply as in any pant of Kentucky Vt AIl We Ask from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we Y will not urge you to come again I TH- EWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winches- terTIrOB j PRINTIN i j l s I J Otb p rEI Ifn 1 If I f t i t 1r r 4 T- t 5 r i r Fx r 4i I I i L tile sl r 15t 1k 1h I t i J M uif c CJt L t j ij J j toi rsn i1i C i4i f rt f2 t i i1P1tLt r j 14 ir l J iJ wi h iF t z lv f vt i THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paw Three b AROUND THE l oUSE LITTLE MATTERS OF MORE OR LESS MOMENT Convenience for the Kitchen That WEasyto Make Egg Shaker Fre t fluently a Sensible Ingivestment NowprpKItchen Convenience Once have dust box In the kitchen and it will become a par of the necessary j furnishings Most lany grocer on with regu- larlypygq will y 40 K peoularge woode cracker boxes coiThe hinges are simply pieces of ti and soon break but buy a pair of small steel hinges and screws for ten 4cents and a white china knob and screw for five cents and add thes to your cracker box Then Instruct the maid to empty all dust pan gath rings into the box Instead of the coal hod Nothing should go into the coal scuttle or hod but coal and nut shell- One or two tencent boxes of nt frwilltencent brush- Nourishing DrinkSo many take for luncheon a drink thattute it for a breakfast Thus an eg shaker at home has often proved a most sensible investment This can ljtbe purchased at a druggist supply I or procured by order of any o flaringfumblerThe shaker costs 150 and is ofits white metal silver lined p d e stnickeltight cover One strictly fresh egg a heaping teaspoonful of malted milk a fillthemilk and you have a most excellent substitute for a breakfast A Novel Idea Where insertions either lace or embroidery are used for trimming place a flat steel or case knife between the insertion and ma thesteeleasier to cut the material and it wi 11is prevent all possibility of cutting the jinsertion Making BedsA hospitalmade bed Is a constant source of satisfaction and comfort The bottom sheet should be put on and tucked in separate and distinct from any other covering and drumiheadmust extend under the mattress as farisas possible thus if the sheet wide the weight of the occupant will hold it tight Towels When there is any danger of towels being hung or thrown over nails or anything metal where rust may stain sew on about three inches of narrow white tape in the middle and on the edge of the hem at each end Fasten the tape securely only at each end by turning in the edge and hemming sure to fasten end ho of the thread In this way the tape lies flat lengthwise of the hem out of sight from the right side of the towel and never in the way when ironing yet when needed the edge of the towel In the exact middle nat t readytcloths should be treated the same way Dutch Chow ChowfTwo quarts or more green tomatoes 1 quart white onions 1 he cauliflower cut or chop all these divifd s s Make brine of 4 quarts water and pint fine salt Let mixture stand this over night Scald all together In the morning bring to a boil then drain Mix 1 cup sifted flour 1 cup sugar 6 tablespoons mustard 1 tablespoon turmeric powder in a little vinegar to make a smooth paste then add to 2 quarts boiling vinegar and cook until it thickens put all together and heat through If desired celery and green string beans may also be added to the above mixture Grape Cobbler This is best made while the grapes are rather green Take a deep earth endish and put in the bottom a layer of washed and seeded grapes then a layer of sugar alternating grapes and sugar until the dish is full Add a tablespoonful water and cover with rich crust If the grapes are too tqseed readily stew first with a smallI water and then soft strain and en to taste In this case a lattice crust is rather better than the ordinary whole crust Bagswhen for in valids or children I always place meat fila clean salt or part of flour sack tied or sewed at the ends Place this on an old saucer in boiler to prevent aErn y Lip without danger of splintered bone which seems to me will sink Into meat chopped at the butchers and no m at- ter how carefully washed some will get in especially mutton Chicago j Journal fCooking Hints s Intoasting meats turn with a pierISponge cake mixed with cold wa will be yellow but mixed with boll 3P z twm bo white When magint wlte cake use ac half t3aspco moretof creanrf tarlarthan ao- r r 4 3 ir 1trr i H WORK THAT PAYS E L Vincent Tells How He Did Little Investigating That Proved Valuable Being of an inquiring turn of mind I once upon a time took it into my head to follow the roots of a couple withsa view to determining as well as I cool hat kind of cultivation we ought to ve the plant while it is in the ocess of maturing and I must say eyae itn August that I did By that time theold stalks were perhaps fully grown the jueearseto careLroots of two hills of rn one in one row and one in thatat firnone not gone far when I made my first discovery And that was that lad all my life long been hurting my theat things up away down into the earthThat seemed to be the thought in early times to dig down as deep as remesm ber seeing was one with a stiff rigid ame bolted together so firmly that it could not be adjusted to the wid t colwti vator were long scoop shoveit shaped ings running deep by nature and regem way to China or we were not doing anything worth while Now I discovered that all or almost firne roots of the corn plant loose really setting it back instead of furthering progressAfter cultivator came another ill more illy contrived so far as i use in the cornfield is concerned than the first That we knew as the horse hoe a good tool in Its place but that place is not and never was the cornfield That had a regular shovel plow running ahead with two legs follow ofing and two more that might be put greaterdamageThe thing that Impressed itself on me was that only light cultivation is needed in the cornfield What we need a tool that will thoroughly dig up the soil on the surface and not run more than two or three inches deep Another discovery I made was that the roots of the corn plant are not all directly under the stalks I found them far out in every direction like the roots of a big tree A little thought will tell us why this should be so The cornstalk is heavy especially when it well laden with ears When the bewind strikes it there Is a strong purchase and if not well braced the whole bill is likely to go over I remember how this worked one year when we were troubled terribly by the gray grub which works at the root of the cornstalk Hundreds of cornstalks went down in our field that year and always when we dug dow at the base of the stalks we foun that the small roots had been cutoff by the grub Nature is wise Sh provides the corn plant with wide spreading roots Still another reason for this is to be found in the fact that corn needs a great deal of fertilizer to bring it to maturity Here and there everywhere the fibrous roots run i search for his food If they do riot find it a small crop is the inevitable result Deep cultivation hinders the plan- rom getting this sustenance so nece sary to its life and growth Even cultinthe space between the rows we ar injuring the growth of the plant an harvestinAGAINST THIS WINTERS COLD How You Can Keep the Water Tank Free from Ice If builders of cement tanks would make the inner edge of the top which is six inches wide about one inch low than outer edge and in freez ingweather sprinkle salt on the top says Prairie Farmer they would fin- dthiltit will work its way down on the s r1t 1 s 3 G Tank with Beveled Edges inner edge of the tank and loosen the ice from the same so that it can read fly be removed thus obviating the ne cessityof a tank heater FARM GLEANINGS Instead of raising weeds in the den grow some late crops After t early vegetables are out of the way raise something else that will mature late in the fall Use the split log drag on the earth successfce roadstoo se is the question agitating the corn tat S ers withIredtish pr t iJ1 0Zj k2r11 I- iw-o WHEN THE TABLES TURNED Willie Found His Tormentors Then Wanted to Be Friends Willie Walker was a little 12year chap with red hair and a crossed eye And Willie Walkers father was st a poor carpenter whose family in a simple cottage with unpre tenUous surroundings Therefore Willie being a poor boy andnot of very pronounced good looks fell under the ridicule of most of his fellows school and about the streets Wher stever Willie went he was sure to hear some boys voice call out to him Hello Bricktop or Hello Sandy pate or Hello there Crooked Lamp And again some tormentor would yell out to h mas he went along Say does the world look on the bias to you Sandy KidU And Willie being but a child had not learned to turn a deaf ear to his tormentors In fact he was very much hurt by the epithets hurled at him hand was quite unhappy by being the object of ridicule But in the town where Willie lived were two brothersSyd and Tom Jacksonwho felt the kindest sym pathy for the carpenters little cross eyed son and who braved the jeers of the other boys to play with him To be sure Willie was not entirely ostra cised by his fellows but was so often made the butt of their ridicule and coarse painful personalities that he felt he had no genuine friends saves Syd and Tom Jackson And often he refused to go on a picnicwhere he And While Im Waiting Id Like eto Speak with Your Mother had been invited by Syd and Tom knowing that some of the boys would surely spoil his day by poking fun at his red hair and crooked eye One day Willie was lying on the grass under a tree watching the wishingn likedboys eyes when he heard a gateeIs the home of William Walk ercarpenterWillie rose and replied that It was and that his father was Wil liam Walker but was at his shop in worknWell I can wait till he comes home for dinner said the man coming in through the gate And while Im yourt whoisoonofsheeifdmy Jim And then Uncle Jim took Willie in his arms and really kissed his frowzy red head declaring that he was a fine relationshipButheard his parents in earnest conversa tion with his Uncle Jim and heard his uncle say Of course it can be done as slick as a ribbon and no harm done And Ive got the money to pay for it too And it turned out that it was Willies crossed eye of which they were speaking and on the following day they took him to the doctors office and after being there a little while Willie came away with two straight eyes But of course he could not use his eye that had been operated on for some days and had to have it closely bandaged But when the bandage was at last removed by the doctor Willie was the happiest boy in town for now he had two eyes exactly alike and as fine and straight as any other boys eyes too As for his red hairbah he didnt care a fig about that And to cap the climax good jolly Uncle Jim bought the finest pony for Willie you ever saw and a saddle send bridle to go with it or on it I should say Then you should have seen the way all those ugly tormenting boys did gracesforBesides the report had been circu lated about town that Uncle Jim was a very rich man which was true nephewhewhich was true also And to do Willie justicefor he was not a bad boy at heart he did not resent the way the boys had treated quiteedhisformerll themshaving made fun of the kindest aud mpsfc neroiielioy in the jforld VWil erV itiVar Stir J I 0 WHEN A BLESSINGY r JtfAgGOMES IN DISGUISE j- t l5 Advancing prices oflifes necessities are making many men debate se j riously this Autumn the question of readytowear clothes versus thcus tow tailor j r t Ii No household can we economize on food or rent or light or fuel with out hardship But a man can cut off this tailor luxury not only without hardship to himself but in very m ny instances with positive benefit to his appearance and peace n V Stein Bloch clothes are respectedIj among clothing dealers as the repre sentative readytowear clothesthe clothes that give them a leading line that fit CTheyoJf who have the touch of experience and the tA conscious superiority of the specialist held together by a great organization r By wearing them you are giving yourself luxury that your tailor new er found for you L aA- SK f J TO SEE OUR SteinBloch Young Mens Suits They are Very Swell Prices 1800 2000 and 2250 i f J5i Allan Murphy t L y I Jt i li V t r I r T r1Y tI F uky e 4 x Lsw blj20 ji HE WINCHESTER NEWS i Ar Independent Newspaper Published by I 1 The Winchester News Co Incorporated K Office South Main Street i Dally Except Sunday fig metered at the Winchester Post Oft flee as mail matter of the second class V SUBSCRIPTION RATES f Carrier Delivery fj29twee 1 Payable at office or to collector t n fyfiiy week Mail Delivery 1e year 300 4 i t tifiir months 150 qse month h t5 I Payable in advance t ADVERTISING RATES cJi Disolay Per Inch jQne time any edition 25 times within one week 50IJ One week continuously 100 7 One calendar month 300 Tour weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 r5FperLJc s per one year 33 13 percent v Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7c- t lure reading news headings 15c i V INew Phone No91 r WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1903 CIRCULATION STATEMENT it 6tate of Kentucky jCcnnty of Clarkr Clark B Tanner Circulation Mari 1rof The Winchester News here= t y states on oath that he has charge pf the circulation department of The Winchester News and all records pertaining thereto and further states in oath that the number of papers published by The Winchester News this 16th dayof November 1908 is i500 copies CLARK B TANNER 10Clrcu ahon Manager Subscribed and sworn to before me t tis 16th day of November 1908 by jClark B Tanner t ERxsKy My commission expires February 1i912 4rfj 7c EDUCATIONAL WORK IThe attempts of State Superin ftendent of Education Crabbe to r fawake an interest in educational 1 JfDUfttersis in all ways commendable g lJIe has projected a Statewide cnm t paign and during the week beginning J November 29 a score or more of good speakers will plead for better i i educational facilities in every cor r JI 1 ner of the State If there is one thing Kentucky 3 needs it is a better educational sys tern The last legislature helped some by the bill it passed But thy infjv among last vin the column of illiterates it There should be a strong high school in every county Claik sliouM- I r liuilej bile in Winchester that could be used by both city and county pup tV ils The High School should admit the country schooKpupils without v examination if they are up to a cer dishjirict school board are compelled to 0 improve their school term their cir i xieulum and their teachers All parents should turn out to hear speakers on next Sunday vj CLEAN THE CITY c ij j v f x Afterc the last rain Mayor Hughes J vad a force at work cleaning somp ft the streets and a few citizens i gatheredup the fallen leaves and fallwr weather isonf iisand no concerted 2f te srJ1ttve been taken fa clean the titsis daytrtf t iffeity authorities in making it effective I ngtbn ha its Civic League aU cityK7 unkempt and iirt now Very few luae as yot f isS ttMSPPOod time to gather nil the deat leaves and other things and see ii 0 4 cannot improve the cifyis outward e p a antea t ItILi t f i1 Ttey spy a mall is judged by his al thes TIm tif1e looks proiiperous jJr bets alon well1 If he looks ppoi rire 4Ji r rccxits JQ ettedfn r V J a r it is with a city If you keep it with a clean face find smiling to the worM all ljelieVe Winchester is going ahead andwlfat people believe is what us i ually happens We trust the Civic League wit wake up and reorganize There is plenty ofwork for it to do And all the average citizen needs is some one to lead The Civic Leairue can do this well 4 Bryan Ina neyvs dispatch this morning W J Bryan refuses teranswer the question whether he will ever be a presidential candidate again He says My friends do not require me to prejudice the future and I shall not take the advice of my Opponents on this subject I continue to write and speak in defense of things which f believe t6 be good for the Ameri can people I hope it may never be come necessary to run for office again but I will not attempt to de cicte that ouestion until the time comes to act I do not see any ne cessity to say any more on the sub ject We believe it would be better for the future of the Democratic party if Bryan had frankly taken himself out of the field It is evident that the American people do not want him as President He is the Great Commoner He is dear to the hearts of millions who follow his leadership blindly He is an upbuilding force jn American pol itics All feel thathe is honest hiirh mindedand patriotic But the bus iness interests are afraid of him they say he is not safe And whether this be true or not it effectually dis roses of his chances for the presi dency for we do not think any man can win without the support of the business world Bryan ought to go to the United States Senate from Nebraska We believe the State would honor itself in honoring him And as a member of the Senate working in coopera tion with such men as La Follette he could accomplish much for his country H n p t That American Sugar Refining Com pany Owes Government Millions New York Nov lSThe charge of fraud in the weighing of sugar on which the United States government Eases its suit to recover 3624000 from the American Sugar Refining company was dented in a statement i issued by that company The allega tions of the government are that it has been defrauded of duties on sugar for six years past and it asks for 1500000 in duties and the for feiture of sugar valued at 2224000 on which it charges that customs du ties have not been paid The American Sugar Refining company declares that during that six years the company has paid nearly 300000000 in customs duties and that the claim of the government is for about onehalf of 1 per cent on that amount The company asseit that no two persons weighing the amount of sugar calling for the payment of that duty could make the weight agree within the difference claimed by the government The charge the company says carries its own refutation Forger Untangles Business Affairs Chicago Nov ISPeter Van V3is singen whose arrest for forgeries which will reach 700000 created a sensation decided to forego tempo rarily his desire to begin immediately serving his prison sentence He will remain in Chicago a sufficient time to aid in untangling his busi ness affairs which the Chicago Title asslgngefoundSo clever were his forgeries of notes and mortgages that the assignees were unable to tell the genuine from the spurious when they were present ed by various holders and had to be referred to the prisoner LABOR REPRESENTATIVES Sit DoWh to Dinner With High Gov ernment Officials Washington Nov 18 Topics of in terest to labor were discussed at the dinner given by President Roosevelt to the friends of labor at the White House Tuesday night The guests included Justice Holmes Justice Garfieldbor Straus Assistant Secretary of State Bacon Labor Commissioner ONeill T V Powderly Warren S Stone grand chief of the Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers John J Hannahan grand master of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen W S Carter grand secretary and treasurer Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen P H Morrissey grand mas ter of the Railway Trainmen T J pplan of the International Brother Dredgemobtional VlndqW Glass Workers David Mackay president Building Trades organization John J Towers secre tarytreasurerNw Tork state coun cifor tirpnt fJDr Lan Abbott and several attprn yg for labor unlcIst THE 41 EWS Jy carrier Afr WilK L L Mv SAYSt REFINERS NEED NO DUTIES Spreckels Testifies Before wriff Committee IN FAVOR OF FREE SDGAR Claims His Concern Is Forced by Trust to Buy Its Raw Material In Java Porto Rico and CubaRepre sent tlve of Arbuckle Brothers Thinks Country as Whole Would Benefit by Removal of Duties Al though Beet Sugar Might Suffer Washington Nov l8At the tariff revision hearing before the house committee on ways and means Mr Spreckels was interrogated by Mr Payne chairman of the committee regarding the effect of free entry of sugar and was told that his concern is compelled to buy its sugar in Java Porto Rico and Cuba as the sugar trust has the output of Louisiana and the Hawaiian islands contracted for Upon being questioned by other members or the committee he saidI the consumers would get the benefit of the reduction in the tariff Mr Spreckels claimed that those sugar manufacturers who are making sugar at 2th cents per pound were not appearing before the committee to give information about the cheapness of manufacturing beet sugar He said that 25 per cent of the sugar beet product in this country is raised by Asiatic labor That the American Sugar Refining company or his own company need no tariff protection was asserted by Mr Spreckels He admitted that he had bought sugar lands in Cuba as a speculation hoping that the island would at some time become annexed to the United States and that as a result the value of those lands would be doubled A F Stillman representing Ar buckle Brothers of New York one of the largest independent sugar refin ing companleXtinVihe country while admitting that the beet sugar indus try probably could not survive Con free sugar requested lower duties as much better for the sugar business Considering the benefit of the whole country I would favor free sugar he said The restriction of the Hsugar trade with Cuba would create a strain that would be detri mental to this country v G W Swink a beet sugar grower of Rocky Ford Colo said that lap anese Mexicans and Indians were largely employed in the farming of ChampIthat sugar beets brought 40 an acre while hay wheat and corn three of the principal crops of the middle anIasked for a continuation of the pro tective tariff on sugar BOLTERS 10 BE HEARD According to Statement Made by Chairman August Herrman Cincinnati 0 Nov 18The state ment given out in Chicago during the recent meeting of the national association to the effect that the national commission would refuse to heat either side of the controversy between the national association and the Eastern league and American association was branded as untrue when Chairman August HerrmannI of the national nounced to President Pat Powers of the Eastern league and a c from that league that the mmitteeI commission was ready and hear either or both sides of con troversy at any time Mr Herrmann added however that what action would be taken when the case was heard would depend first upon what power the commission had in the premises and secondly on the merits of the case However this in sures the bolters a hearing before the supreme body of baseball UGLY BILL BOARDS Figure In Discussion at Joint Civic Gathering In Pittsburg Pittsburg Nov lSAt the session of the joint convention of the Na tional Municipal league and the American Civic association here it was agreed that Pittsburg has more ugly billboards to the square foot than any other city in the country that greater efforts should be made to eradicate the evil incident to flies and mosquitoes that a new form of road construction must come to abol ish the dust nuisance it being esti mated that 50000000 tons of dust blow over the country yearly and that in the future cemeteries should be laid out as public parks as event ually they will become parks There was a score of other interesting mat ters discussed In the evening them erican Civic association held a conservation session at the Carne jie Music hall Embezzlement Charged Columbus Ga Nov J8fE D Alien sjecretarytremsurer of the Beach Hardware company waS wrested on ta Imdictnient charging tfie en bazIe te mfc fISjfl froM the oompanyS tv ls Jw1e1s u 4a 3QtO baih j11 rl yre WHAT MUST DO T- OBESAVEDIS8UBJECT Dr Porter of Lexington Again Preaches to Packed House at First Baptist Dr J W Porter again preached to a packed house at the First Baptist church Tuesday night His subject was What Must I do to be Saved There were two additions and two conversions The services continues Wednesday night and the rest of th week Dr Porter said in part Proper perspective l a clear mi derstandiiig of tbe context willen able us to better understand the sub ject of our discourse Paul and Sit us hind bee placed in jail but were nol disturbed by their nnfortunakIsituation Faith will iron handucffs io glittering gold And prisons will palaces proe H Jesus but dwell with us there In stead of applying for a writ of Ka hens corpus they held a prayer meeting They were consciour that they were doing Gods will and therefor thE y had nothing to fear Their serenity of soul was the logic of their consr nterl lives Consecration the crying need of the century Somi Christians resemble the thousand liggld rm rlThey Inv a foot fc the ball room a foot for the prayer meeting and for anything else that comes their way We Are Immortal Why should we ask What must- I do to be saved First because we are immortal 1 believe that I am con scions of immortality Longer than the stars shall shine longer than th rivers shall run to the sea I shall live I shall shuffle off this mortal coil but I shall not die Death is but the dream of history T shall spend eternity somewhere and there are but two places to spent iit heaven or hell tYou Are Now Lost You should also ask this question because you are lostnot going to be lost but lost here and now You are already condemned You are neither saved or damned for what vou do but because you have not bplieved You do not have to do anything to be lost remaifc inactive and the current will carry you over the falls Lost is a fearful word Lost as it is uttered on earthas it is murmured in heaven as it is echoed n tell Spirit of Willingness We should ask this question in the spirit of willingness to do anything Rome10farr critic heard Jenny Lind sing he remarked That he would marry her break her heart and that then she would singn True to his word he did marry her he did break her heart and the world has level heard suchmusic as came from that bro ken heart Believe n Christ The answer to this qeustian was believe oil the Lord Jesus Chi it canIInot thatIItowt1rc1IIe to be saved but to believe to be sa v ed It is the blood of Christ that saves us Baptism is essential but not essential to salvation If bap tism is essential to salvation then the atonement is not compelte and the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ does not cleanse us from all Sin Mv child obeys me because he is nrv child and not that ho may become my child Unless he is born my child no amount of obedience will make him my child- Everlasting Salvation savedIfor the hope of eternal life We must die but we shall live again Though I die mid the thousandtcenturies sweeo over my forgotten grave yet I shall live again With these feet I shall walk the streets of the everlasting city with these hands I shell clash the hands of my deathless dead With Christ your feet are on the rock your brow above the clouds Christ loves you and gave himself for yon A mother with per babe wi caught in a wild snow storm ut1 c inuc Jier cuild muSff reeze took her own clotlrind and wrapped about the child iShe stripped her man tlo from they breast And bared liar bosom t vtKe stoiiiiiJP Then sunk upon t he t And ssajled varuIu to tkiak liexchQild was tiIl 4 biJJ4r DO YOUt 9 o o mr Do You Go To a Blacksmiths Shop to have your watch fIxedno not likely because he is not prepared to attend to your wantsThen why comev j to a shoe store when you want shoeswe areprepared Because we have the largest assortment shown by any storewe can give you heavy shoes for rough usage we can give you medium weight or light shoes for street and yourbroad t for your slim foot Our prices are the lowest our shoes are the best t Soft Soles for Women with Tender Feet McCord Smith Phillips FROM GARRET II US IT 1 IT BE r = All the the the to us a to or not for r Must Have Made regain for a an old saiti to the jndse Hit only cost tad a et ter gif mU8dt1edg9 but Tileas Id a inhale ten nit ArJOpalt foCe1lar you need Furniture and we can supply it Our present aassortment many attract ive pieces of FINE FURNITURE suited to every room in the house Our stock is always complete and prices always interesting WONT YOU LET SHOW TO YOU The Winn Furniture Co IATEETIEADSIBEHI t OUR STORE IS EASY TO ASSERT BOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT QUALITY AND PRICES ARE MOST LOOKED FOR And Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON HERE OUR FiEADQUARTERSCLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM o Ail Wool Blankets oSureenough Wool both Warp and Woofof every Blanket will statemen We gladly invite all make visit whether they wish buy Ask SCRIVENER BROSCO Poor Applying divorce Georgia negro string flush God aie nilerher t ycF4 good cludes our NEW sustain prices No Loss on Eggs V In a restaurant A customer tastes a boiled egg and makes a wry fats which JeTe3 a doubt about theeggs reshnesir Waiter he cried how iqiir do you keep your asix sr UmtlT t hie oataa trlt t L iIi J f t f f i t b b J dII jf r 7 f rI 54 1 1t Lit iurf 4 r T9 U i llr Y4 Wj f r dflW J f ji NI rI 1 105JIJ l t s s 1 z j ii i iifc r sit 1 1 f ifi 6 i t s i 7 1 j r THE WINCHESTER W PartFive Y I IL SOCIETY I Euchre Party nibs George Green will entertain te Euchre Club Thursday afternoon tfJ sBasket Ball iThe Girls Basket Ball Teams have a tournament at the College Friday night Everybody invited i y Merchant of Venice jDont forget the Merchant of Venice u to be given here about Thanksgiving It is all home tal ent and will be greatly enjoyed t e Pretty Afternoon Tea Misses Susan and Amelia Milward of Lexington entertained with a pretty afternoon tea Monday at their home on West Second street in honor of Madame Biddinga of- Washington D C who is visiting their mother Mrs Kate Milward this week The guests were asked for an informal afternoon to meet Madame Hiddinga and about forty friends were present The occasion was greatly enjoyed and tea wafers and served Miesr afterIIt and Miss Amelia Milward wore pale blue crepe de chine Receiving them were Madame withI who was handsomely blue and Mrs Milward in black Miss Ethel Witherspoon of Ver sailles and Miss Frances Frazee The tea was one of the many pretty compliments paid to Madame Hiddinga which have been given byher friends here and elsewhere In Kentucky and the hours were delightfully spent G r PERSONALS J I Dr George Varden of Paris was in town Tuesday to hear the emi Sept Baptist minister Rev J W Porter SS Mrs Sara Jeffries returned homeI Monday from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Haggard at Dayton Mr and Mrs JEd Grubbs are in Louisville for a few days this week Mrs T W Elkins and son of Danville are guests of Mrs Howard HamptonMrs is visiting her daughter Mrs Loveland on Boone ave nueMrs Clarence Kenney left Wednesday for her home in Paris after l a most delightful visit to Miss Clay CroxtonMr McClure has accepted a position with Mr Vic Bloomfield and will be glad to see his friends there Mr Will Garner is now able to be out again Dr Hugh Stubblefield has been in Stanton for a few davs hunting Miss Katherine Nelson left Tuesday Wednesday to be the attractive guest of Miss King in Richmond Va Miss Julia Spur was a guest in town Tuesday Mt M C Taylor returned Tues day fom a visit to Louisville Mr S W Templeman returned home Tuesday from a hunt in West VirginiaMr Duckworth returned from Mt Sterling Tuesday Mrs J S Winn has returned from Frankfort Mrs McElvanie has returned home after a most delightful visit hreeMrs Matt Adams returned home yesterday from a most delightful visit to Frankfort and Lexington Mrs C Thomas Linley nee Miss Rosa Rupard with her daughter Miss Isabelle Prince Linley have sailed for Europe enroute for Paris and will spend the winter therewith relatives Mrs Linley now lives in Kansas City MD but has many relatives and friends here Miss Bettie Batson is ill of tonsil itisMrs W B Brown and daughter- of Cincinnati who were here to at tend thefuneral of Mr W M Bat son Sunday returned to their home yesterday Vernon Hisle is spending a 1Mi weeks with his grandfather at Indian Fields Mrs Wm McCarney delightfully entertained the Ladies Euchre Club at her home on West Hickman street last week l6cwHpan off Nysyille is the charming guest of Miss Bess Cone Mrs Porter of Paris and Mrs Robert George uf Carlisle wre guests of Mrs Will Hackett Mrs Mike Cone has returnee home after a visit in Maysville- Mr Tom Nunan is in Cincinnati businessMrs Spencer and Miss Mar garet Bush visited in Lexington last week Mrs Abram Davis and Mrs Char ley Finnell and little daughter Eliz theirISeason and now comes our turn HOLIDAYSt s you e to they are It is just the right time I Election now for you to get your goods Iselected Our stock is full of New Goods We are readyits your CHRISTMAS play Come be the first to make your selection Avoid the rush I BALDWIN BROS JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS C ARTIS TURNBULL I J Ladies are Selecting Cloaks Suits and Skirts for Fall and Wither now I Out Goods ate the very X Latest Styles and Designs in all Colors Pets lectn Fit andServiceability to d r c We carry a fulland complete line of the very latest in Sllkandr Dress Goods i Vy 3 Gome in and see that we aye You A C late always welcome 1 I rtlS 8tTurn1ul1Ik j SVV k i I abetbt left this morning to spend the winter in Florida Miss Mattie Locknane of Paris has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Gordon Stevenson THORNTON PHILLIPS dOES TO TEXAS Will Choosy Location and Probably Settle In the Lone Star State Mr Thornton L Phillips left yesterday for San Antonio Texas with it purpose of seeking a permanent location For some months Mr Phil lijS has been studying conditions in sot end districts of Texas and New Mexico and has been attracted from len hc1Y by what he regards as exceptional opportunities in agricul turn JVom first impressions Mr Phil lipSsUiiliks flint lie will locate in thy Bermuda Colony Diinwiib cou itv tml tii jisc in vegetable and fruit culture The land is fertile black cj veil adapted to the production of canon r alfalfa cane and grains and d may raise some cotton Track larimiir is already being extensively oii nved in Mrs Phillips will join lira when he has decided upon a lot tie and they expect to make their fuhio home in Texas CORRIGAN HORSES TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION Announcement Made of Dispersal Sale to Be Made on No vember 25 LEXINGTON Ky Nov 18Tlw announcement was made last night illation November 25 Mr Edward Corrigan will sell at public auCio all the thoroughbred liorses he now has Mr Corrigan before leaving for Chicago yesterday interviewee Mr Thomas F Kelly representative of the FasigTipton Company as to whether they would arrange a sale for him on November 25 A telegram was received last nigh room President Ed Tipton accepting the proposition and stating that the ale will follow the annual Kentucky ales of the Fasig Tipton Company here next week Mr Corrigan now own horses including his stable in trainI r stallidnsj mares and weanlings He has been weedinsr out the old mares in his stud for some tune and only the young mare are left These f are the Dick of the stud and are in foal to the stallions imp Marta ThereIare mares raining and 34 weanlings and four- mported stallions MISSIONARY RALLY HELD IN LEXINGEON I Rev J H Mac Neill of Winchester Delivers Address in Broad Iway Church s LFYTNTGTON KNnv 1Ail-filip siastic rally was held yester ilcr ernoon and last night at the Broadway Christian church in the interest of the Foreign Missionary Society Large audiences attended each sessioii and the rally was con idered a success by those taking part in it Prof A McLean of Cincinnati president of the Foreign Missionary Society conducted the meeting Two missionaries from China Here present and their addresses were interesting Other addresses delivered were by Rev J H Mae Neal of Winchester Rev I J Spencer of the Central Christian church and Prof H L Calhoun of Transylvania University TO RAISE 100000 FOR PdONUMENT TO CLEVELAND NEWARK N J Nov 18The Cleveland Memorial Association recently organized voted at a meet ing to immediately incorporate and to raise by nopular subscription in the State a fund of 100000 to erect a memorial to the late Grover Cleveland at Princeton Former United States Senator John F Dryden is president of the association Fifty leading citizens of the State will be named as incorporators and commit tees to solicit contributions will be selected Jn each of twentyone counties throughout the State JESTRUCTIVE FOREST FIRE SKAHPSBURG 3Cy Nov lSA- most destructive fire leas been burn ing in the woods of the eastern part of this county devastating acres of fine forest trees It also spread over the bluegrass fields of H G Gadget that had become very dry by tlie lack of rain and destroyed several large haystacks a quantity of corfl pdndY6ung tinnier and a loit1 of f cingtdais finf Kim hiindrediij of dollars t il fl4N OPPORTUNITY IR As ve havedecided to make a change in our business we will for a snortU time offer you some RAREf11 Groceries and Hardware fl i V This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to le istquicklv For Spot Cash Only and All New Goods RejiderPriceGibbs French Peas per can 19 c 25 c Gibbs 2lb Red Cherries per can 8 e I2C 35CGibbsEGibbs Standard June Peas 9 C n c Griffins Cal Pears I27c 350 35Gibbsc U Ie 25CGibbs 0o0 Gibbs 3lb Pears cc 15 C 2oc Pie Peaches 3lb can 8 e ice 0 3lb Can Standard Tomatoes per can712e2lb Can Banner Corn per can 7 c 2lb Can Country Gentleman Corn per can9 c St 25cQNicholas Coffee cans only per can sale price 88 C regular price 100 O 35cOURRoyal Bulk Coffee Ysale price 126c regular price 156 10 BARS LENOX SOAP FOR 30 C Powder ilb can if C Rice per lb 7C 11iRoyalBaking rIb t carton 8 C Bakers Chocolate per lb 35 C am Cheese per lb 20c In addition to the above named articles all Hardware Guns Pocket and priceduringRemember the TermsSpot Cash Remember the PlacePerry Building Remember the TimeNOW D PARRISH BRADLEY 0 n11Icrt Always the Same Sometimes Bett- erthanksgiving Dinner Brown Procforia Betel f Bill of Fare Consomme Royal Blue Points shaved Ice Hearts of Celery Queen Olives Lady Radishes Mixed PicVles Salted Almonds Chilled Lettuce Cheese Straws Broiled White Fish Shoe String Potatoes Parsley Sauce Anchovy Butter Boiled Country Ham Champagne Sauce Larded Tenderloin of Beef with Mushrooms Roast Young Turkey Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Mallard Duck Currant Jelly Sweet Breads in oases with French Peas Fried Frog Legs on Toast f Frozen Egg Nog WaldorfSalad 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 Roguefort Cheese Neufchatel Cheese New York dream Cheese Tea Coffee Bents Water Crackers Kentucky Corn Pone and Buttermilk Plain Bread Mints Cocoa Milk Dinner from 12 30 to 2 p m Price Si 00 HARD TO HIT Dr Robert Shea of the B George Drug Store went hunting Tuesday and reports game very plentiful bu awful hard to hit I Y New pr pri toFsfJtb Brown Prpctoria Barber S1ioD Give us ILHoi SMOOT KING 1 f t u And Still Another ReasonJ i Its no more trotble to show our goods Nothing makes us happier than to show what we have as l j we are proud ofour stock v t i j C H BOWEN Jeweler and OpticianI r til t BOWLING ALLEY SMITH SX RATIvIFF 1 Finest In the Blue GrassJ BROUGHT A GOLD BRICK FROM ALASKA WILLIAJVISTOAVN Ky Nov 18 CapeNvery successful the past sear in his search for gold He brought home a tenpound gold brick worth 2500 and a nest egg the value of which is 500 One of Mr Webbs mines has yielded him a handsome fortune this year He was accompanied hy his mining partner Otto Halla ah Australian who is on sway home yearsMrgold specimens as an evidence ofI their success in the gold fields NEW PROPRIETORS Messrs A B Smoot and W C Kind of Fleminsburghave bought the barber shop in the Browiiiroc toria Hotel from F B iDndicott find will continue to conduct thbns ness a BroxziProctoriacall i QQj 0 nl174t f t r O COLORED COLUMN Grand Rally and reopening of Clarks M E Church Sunday November i 22 We invite all the pastors and theic congregations to be with us Order of Services Preaching at 11 a m 230 p m and 730pm RevP T Garvin of ParisfKy in the morning Rev H W Simmons UJi exingtonA in the eveninggat 230 d f LexingtonthatEpworth Leaerneat 630y I S E Tyler president Sunday School at 9 30 J Hi Bar ris Superintendent S C TURNER P aVI 11 + t RICHMOND Ky Na t 1Awonderful and somewhat pi = stir prising change was wrondit in Ih ttprice o turkeys on footheretyfsfec day when it was learned thatffnvl advanced from 12 to tour wfteIJtt taansl1gcents dressed with prcdie lions of going h rDY Tlmnlc tI giiing 4 1 tyr L 10 I 4T r tf t I l t f t i Y F S iit 0 r d L Sr iI i i r h e ir P fI JJ ir rnn ii 1 rcSIH 1t f wj rfJt u5i w t e ar 4 Atf i I 143P aPae SixU THE WINCHESTER NEW l nEztilll 12 AsHL lt PWf1lcOZT a i ffl r rW r CHAPTER 4 1 A Dangerous Errand j t7J A city of hills with a frInge of 5 houses crowning the lower heights r ik1f mountains rising 1 ckground and becoming realmoun1 tains as they stretched fv Distance to right and left a confused t mass of buildings coming to ther waters edge on the flat a forest of masts ships swinging in the stream H and the streaked yellow graygreen v water of the bay taking a cold light frQm the setting sun as it struggled flutit red above the serrated skyline of the city these were my first impres t Talons of San Francisco f 5 The wind blew fresh and chill from o the west with the damp and salt of fe Pacific heavy upon it as I breasted it from the forward deck of- lne ferry steamer El Capitan As I drank in the air and was silent with rV admiration of the beautiful panorama i Tthat was spread before me my com gpanion touched me on the arm j Come into my cabin he said f Youll be one of those fellows who cant come to San Francisco without 5 catching his death of cold and then p lays it on to the climate instead of i his own lack of common sense Come t vI cant spaTe you now Ive got you fi = foremif 18 Irv returned as he took me the arm cabinW1My companion I should explain r t was Henry Wilton the son of my i 1oust n who had the advan r tages of a few years of residence in i California and sported all the airs 2 of 6 pioneer We had been close- friends throu and boyhood and youth It was on his offer of employment that I had come to the city by the Golden Gate What a resemblance I heard a woman exclaim as we entered the twinsrThere Henry 1 whispered with a augh you see we are discovered Krj Though our relationship was not S close we had been cast in the mold if some common ancestor Wo were so nearly alike in fprm and feature as to perplex all but our intimate ac quaintances and we had made the resemblance the occasion of many xinour boyhood 1Henry had heard darsIas well as I To my geared to bring him annoyance or ap v prehension rather than amusement ItI had forgotten that It would make us conspicuous he said more to v himself than to me I thought and lie glanced through the cabin as f O though he looked for some peril c V We were used to that long ago I said as we found a seat Is tlia business ready for me You wrote you thought it would be in handJ rthat X time I got here We cant talk about it here he n4 said in a low tone There is plenty work to be done Its nothard butt 0f as I wrote you it needs a man of a pluck and discretion Its delicate = business you understand and dan- gerousI if you cant keep your head But the danger wont be yours Ive got that end of it uOf course youre not trying to do anything against the law I said ther41aw he replied with an odd smile In fact its a little matter in which we arewell you might sayoutside r the law ti I gave a gasp at this distressing suggestion and Henry chuckled as he saw the consternation written on my Ct face Then he rose and said Come the boat is yr u But I want to knowIfI beganj 1 p uOl1 bother your wanttoknows 1 Its not against the law just outside It you undeiStand Ill tell you more of itwhen w get to my room Give cme that valise Come along now And as the boat entered the slip weIfound ourselves at the front of pressing crowd that is always surging in and out of San Francisco by the r gateway of the Market Street ferry As wo pushed our way through the clamoring hackdrivers and hotelrun 1 ners who blocked the entrance to the v city I was roused by a sudden thrill j tof the instinct of danger that v one when he meets the eye warnsI T snake It was gone in an X I had time to trace effect to cause c SThe warning came this time from i the eyes qf a man a lithe keenfaced man who fiashed a look of triumphant = malice on us as he disappeared in the rir waiting room of the ferryshed But- the keen face and the basilisk glanceI T were burned into my mind y j moment as deeply as though I had 477 own then what evil was behind S them fk companion swore softly to him i i Eifv 1itcWhats the matter I asked a lK Dont look around he saidWe watched iJcThe snakeeyed man r i T Did you see him too His man l erwaScareltss fut his tpno was himtkS p nu s J V aia i pfor ItnVr iAte w to h for ahIdin ace doubtfully oD D CoPY zThcB5ZaJYLCCOfB4NY j 7vr t Oh no not now I was going to take you direct to my room Now we are going to a hotel with all the publicity we can get Here we areIIn another moment we were in a lumbering coach and were whirling over the rough pavement through a confusing maze of streets past long rows of dingy ugly buildings to the hotel A room for the night ordered Henry as we entered the hotel of fice and saluted the clerk Your brother will sleep with you inquired the clerk YesHenry paid the bill took the key and we were shown to our room Af ter removing the travelstains I declared myself quite ready to dine We wont need this again said Henry tossing the key on the bureau as we left Or noon second thought he continued its just as well to leave the door tacked There might be some inquisitive callers And we betook ourselves to a hasty meal that was not ofa nature to raise my opinion of San Francisco Are you through asked my com panion as I shook my head over a melancholy piece of pie and laid down my fork Well take your bag This doorlook pleasant and say nothing He led the way to the bar and then through a back room or two until with a turn we were in a blind alley After a pause to observe the street before we ventured forth Henry saidI guess were all right now We must chance it anyhow So we dodged along in the shadow till we came to Montgomery Street and after a brief walk turned into a gloomy doorway and mounted a worn pair of stairsThe house was three stories In height It stood on the corner of an alley and the lower floor was intended for a store or saloon but a renting agents sign and a collection of old showbills ornamenting the dirty windows testified that it was vacantThis isnt just the place Id choose for entertaining friends said Henry with a visible relief from his uneasi ness as we climbed the worn and dirty stair magIstumbled up the second flight but its suitable to the business we have in hand and- Whats that I exclaimed as a creaking rasping sound came from the hall below We stopped and listened peering- into obscurity beneath must have been outside said IIt and opened the door of the last room on the right of the hall The room was at the rear corner of the building There were two windows one looking to the west the theIsaidjas an apology hits luxury after six days of railroading I replied Well lie down there and make the most of it then he said for there may be trouble ahead And he listened again at the crack of the door In Heavens name Henry whats up I exclaimed with some temper Youre as full of mysteries as a dime novel Henry smiled grimly Maybe you dont recognize that hesaidIwas could not know too much when Henry raised his hand with a warning to silence I heard the sound of a cautious step outside Then Henry sprang to the door flung it open and bolted down the passage There was the gleam ota revolver in his hand 1 hurried after him but as J crossed the threshold he was coming softly back with finger on Ills lips I Imustseeto the guards again 1 can have them tog kUier by midnight laa I heipr v V V nW J JjusUwalt Kerf tjli 1 set tackr 1e doornobody in but j s o j That Feeling of Thanksgivin g1 1 Aue It isnt likely that they will try to do anything before midnight If they dowell heres a revolver Shoots through the door if anybody tries to break it down- I stood in the door revolver in hand watched him down the hall and listened to his footsteps as they descended the stairs and at last faded away into the murmur of life that came up from the open street CHAPTER II A Cry for Help I hastily closed and locked the door Then I rallied my spirits with some thing of resolution and shamed my self with the reproach that I should fear to share any danger that Henry was ready to face Wearied as I was with travel I was too much excited for sleep Reading was equally im possible I scarcely glanced at the shelf of books that hung on the wall and turned to a study of my surround room was on the corner as I have said and I threw up the sash of the west window and looked out over a tangle of old buildings ramshackle sheds and an alley that appeared to lead nowhere Some sound of a drunken quarrel There were shouts and curses and one protesting struggling inebriate was hurled out from the front door and left with threats and foul lan guage to collect himself from the incident which was explained to me solely by sound tad scarcely come to an end when a noise of creaking boards drew my eyes to the other window The shutter sud denly flew around and a human figure swung in at the open casing Shh came the warning whisper and I recognized my supposed robber It was Henry Dont speak out loud he said in suppressed tones Wait till I fasten this shutter Shall I shut the window I asked thoroughly impressed by his manner No youll make too much noise he said stripping off his coat and vest Here change clothes with me Quick Its a case of life and death I must be out of here In two minutes Do as I say now Dont ask ques tions Ill tell you about it in a day or two No just the coat and vest There give me that collar and tie Wheres your hat The changes were completed or ratherhis were and he stood looking as much like me as could be imagined Dont stir from this room till I come back he whispered You can dress in anything of mine you like Ill be in before twelve or send a messenger if Im not coming Byby He was gone before I could say a word and only an occasional creaking board told pIe of his progress down the stairs He had evidently had some practice in getting about quiet ly I could only wonder as I closed and locked the door whether it was the police or a private enemy that he was trying to avoid- I had small time to speculate on the possibilities for outside the win dow I heard the single word Help- I rushed to the window and looked out A band of half a dozen men was struggling and pushing away from Montgomery Street into the darker end of the alley They were nearly under the window Give it to him said a voice In an instant there came a scream of agony Then a light showed and a tall figure leaped arent the papers it hissed Curse I you youve got the wrong man To be ea inuttJ Gloomy View cf Mankind I may be kind o harsh in my judgment of men observed Uncle Jerry Peebles but Ive noticed as a general thing that a man aint any better than his hat THE No wonder are haunt edsaid the home grown philoso pher Whats the que Tied the party of the other part After a man has been kicked and cuffed all his life its only natural that his ghost would enjoy a quiet sitdown in the ally ifoi the purpose of teAclin his s yt with its visions of dinners and good cheer should not change your resolution to get the pricesThatplace your lumber orders with the Lumber and Manu 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 etc 1Good Work WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING COINCORPORATED ingsThe winIdow pavementThis broadshouldered backThese EXPLANATION graveyards explanation anoonlight occasion ale sumptuous Winchester facturing Shingles Let The Go On PI1J1 WE HAVE THEM Hunting Coats Shot Guns Ammunition Loading Tools Shot and Powder- Puttee Leggins Army DucK V a Leggins HigHTop Water Proof Lace Shoes and a Complete Assortment of Sporting Goods of all Kinds See Us Sportsmans Headquarters GRUBBS C8l BENTON ON THE CORNER You Cannot Answer These Questions I IVVhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout ina full bath tem percd tc suit you and can do so eVery moaning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can haveit at hand for the turning ofa faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River f 1 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and healthof your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack ofmoney but lackof economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of life 1 C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At itYoullEg ca + Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been teudy growth frc he start ui the number ofour depositors and in the olume of our business We enroll new names every week We want yours 5ou are co i vlv hrted to open an account with us Per sonal attenioa to all business- J M HCbGKIN Cashier J t BROtffl President L B COCKRELL Vice President GIVE HIM THE SICK and if it be filled with our oats orany other kind of our matchless feedit will most be certainly appreciated The stable that is well supplied with this firstclass feed will be a happy one for the horses We keep none but the best qualities and give general satisfaction to all our customers In the matter pf price we can undersell all competitors J1t1 5tJ1PLfW I 7 l t stppforyour contracts with the Winches ter Lumber and Manufacturing Co We can supply all you need Lumber in any shape or form for building purposes also all kinds of Mill Work Frames Sash Doors Mouldings etc Also best grades of hard wood for in terior trim and finishI I =HAGAN GAS ANDE i1JlneS SIMPLE RELIABLE p ECONOMICAL- Sold Under a Positive Guarantee J WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES UAAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY I Always the same somes times better Brown Proctor Hotel t Woodson Moss M nagerIi 4 The best in the State for the moneyft SEE GILBERT BOTTO FOR Fresh Cured MeatsF- ish Vegetables Country Traduce BOTH PRONESOPERA HOUSE BLOCK 1SSS 19QS- MTINSKEiSTIIECIMST F you are not insured F Ind our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms BEfore insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M fiG H McKINNEY Props RepairediOver Allan Murphys Store opp Court House n CALL ON iNELSONTIiesIby day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFiCEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 331 f Coitoighl Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos EtcJa Specialty- NO 19 North Main Stree JOt FfeoMC Praise God Barebones PraiseGod Eareboncs was a fanat amemberheaded a procession of the people in olLClare3Baptist minister after 1GSO and Xa t quite popular as preacher Imaginative Irish a The iJirafty which distingt hires our i she frshl frommfrEn iish rJ ita J t tlnjnJ1 I 1i1 1 tJ s L aLt t m 1An JtJyafl ir W1ieBr f r E have just expense JW ihdfilea engine and w fr We are BOW prepared to DAY UR r RENT for light and heat and power for fans and othermotors Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts of electric lightingtlRemember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired s Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGR PS We arniahlce in Winter as well as Summer I I r HEATERS We are making a SPECIAL PRICE3f now on Grland Heaters and Cook Stoves 950 Heater to close out 58PROPORTIONr Grant Witt Co SO N Main St Winchester Ky I 1 TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester ai followsI Oc O EAST BOUND t No 36 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 11 57 am No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 925 p m t O O WESTBOUND QNoEx Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m r No is Daily 438 pm L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Ex Sunday 856 a m No 83 Daily ll59am No 9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 p m No31 Daily 1109 p m f L N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m Nom Daily 250 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Laily Ex Sunday 305 p m No 4 Daily StlBam L E WEST BOUND No1 Daily Ex Sunday 912am No3 Daily 520p m LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2 No 4 Daily Daily Sfations PM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 305 813 L E Junction 3 82620IClay City 3 902 Stanton a 358 910- Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Beattyville June 510 11017 Athol 5j37 045 i 0 K Junction 605 1115 1120iNo11 No31 No5 Westbo Sun pdjlDailY1DailY Only AMI PMAM- Lv Jackson 61012201 700 0 K Junc 615 225 705 Athol 640 2521 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 730 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton June 748 357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 9 02 L E June 900 507 934 Winchester 912 5 20 945 ArLexington 1955 6 05 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Canpton Junction Trains Nbsl 23 and 4 will connect with tine Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nos7 2 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyvillc Ky Q It JunctionTrains Kios 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations o W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT 4P A 17tf S i m H2 Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 tf THE Winchester Bank Od WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ICCOUNTS DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashier THE Clark County National Bank IVraiN STREET tttinchcatc Itentucky Capital 200000 Surplus 100000Undividc Profits 93a OOO rganlsed 1865 being the oldest Bank In the city UujUsclions made on all points and your ac onnti solicited PROFESSIONAL CARDS I JOUETT L JOUETT At rneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STE JSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law GO S Main St Winchesor Ky DRW C WORTHINGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to 3 p m and 7 to 8 p m New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky Ear Scorched by Lightning Lightning struck the store of Hor ace Swan at Georgetown Del and when Swan recovered from the shock he found one of his ears had bees scorched until it was brown a j 1L r t r s THE WINCHESTER NEIv D L Farm cmQ Grdenj ROOT KNOT AND WILT Rotation of Crops For Controlling Them In Cotton Growing By W A ORTON Bureau of Plant In dustry Washington A rotation of crops must be worked out In detail for each farm to fit Its particular needs The essential princi ples to be observed are as follows First To use crops immune to root knot In order to starve out the pest ROOT KNOT ON COTTON PLANT SecondTo build up the fertility of the soil and especially to Increase the amount of organic matter or humus Third To secure an adequate In come during each year of the rotation Fourth To keep the land free from weeds that are liable to root knot A list of the crops not liable to root knot which can be used In such rotation follows Corn winter oats rye wheat crab grass Iron cowpea velvet bean peanut beggarweed Some of the crops susceptible to nem atodes and therefore to be Avoided In rotations for root knot are cowpeas except Iron alfalfa vetch soy beans clover sugar cane tomatoes okra cu cumbers cantaloupes watermelons cejery beans sweet potatoes tobacco potatoes peaches figs mulberries The Iron cowpea Is occasionally slightly af fected In Florida but Is practically Im mune In the cotton belt Seed of the Iron cowpea containing admixtures of other kinds is dangerous and should be avoidedBermuda grass chufas andsummer oats are slightly susceptible but probably can be used In rotation when root knot is only slightly prevalent Many weeds are also to be avoided because subject to root knot The commoner of thee are maypop Indian potato saw brier red root or pigweed amarau thus and purslane The following treatment Is suggested for fields Infected with both wilt and root knot Beginning In the fall sow winter oats These may be cut for hay in May or allowed to ripen Follow the oats with Iron cowpeas sown broad cast or better in drills where they can be cultivated once or twice Cut there peas for hay and plow the land atone for another crop of winter grain YOUNG COTTON PLANT DYING FROM WILT This may be succeeded by corn with Iron cowpeas or peanuts between the rows The third year a wilt resistant variety of cotton may be planted Wheat or rye may be substituted for oats and the velvet bean for the Iron cowpea especially In the more southern districts Considerable relief Is often obtained by a single years rotation with oats followed by crab grass or winter oats or rye followed by Iron cowpeas but not all the nematodes are destroyed However it Is much more profitable in the long run to practice a three year rotation like that previously described The Busy Bee There are 300000 beekeepers In this country and an annual production of honey to the value of 15000000 Leave all colonies In the best condi tion possible for winter Dont run the comb honey superbs on weak stocks it wont work Keep the hive covers well painted The body of the hlve needs only a little paint White Is the proper color In localities where aster goldenrod and other fall blooms abound it Is well to look for surplus even In September Dont keep the honey on hand too long as It will not bring more than It will during the nest few weeks A can of carriage paint will not cost much but it will make the buggy look better and you earl put It on yourself f t L aH1I T14- EIfWiNdHESTERI N E W Slt i The Best 1 AdvertisingMedium Clark County I 44isthe time for the uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach thebuyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every 5week day in the year ov er 1400 homes in this county receive the News And they read it too The management ofthe News before the paper WasstartedestiDlated that a 1000 circulation by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate 4 the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the mark The Fall and Winter trade is at hand If aSMerchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time by 5theforelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read the News every evening The people who have money on theruralroutes of Clark get the News ev I ery morning Advertise in i 6ft THE NEWS and be abreast of the times 0 the WINCHESTER NEWS COINCORPORATED i J c i I 1 j P e r THE WINCHESTER J f r ITjJ j f 7Wecanyall OoodTTungslliat are necessary to Make Your ReceptionNor I Card Earty a Success i iY J Champignons J j Asparagus Tip ti French Peas Maraschino Cherries vimpt3 Spanish Peppers Salted Almonds Lobster arid Mints of All- KindsPotato Chips and Colors l In sure Your Guests Good a Time by Buying Your Fancy Groceries fro- mROUNSAVALLJSTOKELY Powder Dynamite Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure foods I Chase Sanborn Colfaas and Teas Huylers Candy L = JIh l r MU TENtGRO IS rt NOW AGGRESSOR StaLlsns 80QO Troops in Pass and fe Threatens the Austria I Empire if Special to The News VIENNA Nov 18The Monte f negro army has mounted guns on the slopes dominating Cattaro an Aus train port and also occupied the Dug puss leading into Per egOina with 8000 troops This looks like war in spite of all efforts to bring about a peaceable settlement of the late i trouble SPECIAL SERVICES r cFils Presbyterian church special i services during tins week itiC Topic Wednesday eeasteps away from God BLOOOHOUNDS TRAIL ROBBERS TO THE RIVER I Large Sere of A P Shrout at V Moores Ferry Bath County t wtBroken Intoi 0 MT STERLING Ky Nov 18 Th1arga store of AP Sprout at arrors S Ferry Bath county was robbed Monday night and twenty dollars knives pistols hoes etc stolen Captain Leeds bloodhounds o irom this city were taken to the wen today bv oflicers J W Hinsqn and Bojim1 Turley and the thieves were trailed two miles to the Licking river h here they evidently got ina skiff and escaped with their j ooty Th liQUiitlr trailed the thieves from in = rtiida tlif store through a window vhc i0slbey entered jjroing tlirect to- tueriveI HARGIS IN BAD SHAPE P ictd3 May i2 ot Be Able to Stand Trial Next Monthi LI CINGTO Ky Xor 18 Judw p B Rc twine of Jacksfiiiof mnmsal for Beach Hargis who is here tpdav svys Ilartris health is powing steadily roaQe and ho may l e phyicallv unable to stru1 trial rt IrviiVe D mber Ct for the mur if ol his fathci I RECOVERS JUDGKEKT J 7 LONDON Ky McrKee of this city recovered judgment in the Laurel Circuit Court here yes ierday against H C Thompson of Winchester ICY for 9000 in a case- wliicb has been pending for several TearS v Thompson brought suit for a deed against the Fans Company for val uable real estate in London and J C McKce a member of the firm filed a counter claim on which he secured judgment and order of sale of the property JUSTICE HARLAN REFUSES fTO DISCUSS RESIGNATIONt il WASHINGTON Nov 18Mr IN justice John M Harlan of the United vStatQs Supreme Court declined to discuss the report that he is to re tire from the bench at an early dater His secretary through whom the- ijiistice t answered the inquiry con V n niug the report said that Justice Miilan did not care to make any StLteineut with reference to flue mat L L IJf AT COST i V Beginnuig Saturday November 21 f nq iJlgcll all groceries nt cost for icCsfh only goods charged at regular 1Plce Sale will lashuntil Dec 1 a OB xVy r TiE BARNES lf il lSlit i r + L c t s t e lTHEMARKETS J CATTLE STEADY AND- PRICES UNCHANGED CINCINNATI 0 Noy17 Re ceipts it ml sllipmtieitsof live stock at the Ciusiiinti Union Stockyirds to layiw ere eyRGcelptsShipments 72j33hJ Cattle Steady at yesterdays prices shippers 450560 extra 5GO57o butcher steers extra 485510 good to choice 435 475 common to fair 325425heifers extra 4GQ475 j good to choice 38545 common to fair 275375j cows extra 3S5425 gopd to choice 435475 commoi to fair 385300 125JIJ225 bulls rood to stead med ium and common weak to lOc lower bolognas f290 360 extra 365 fat bulls 3400375 milch cows heavy fat sows 350535 extra 540 Calves Steady extra 675 700 j fair to good 525650 com mOIl and large 300G50 Hogs Active packers and but chersstrong 3c higher light ship pers 1015c higher good pigs strong to lOc higher good to choice packers and butchers 585590 j mixed packers 515585 stags 300475 j common to choice heavy tint sows 350r535 extra 540 light shippers 460515 pigs UO lbs and less 350460 Sheep Steady extra X350 good toA choice 300340 common to fair 100275 Lambs Strove extra 540 c550 good to choice 485535 j common to fair 3oO475 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 17CattleRec- eipts about 7000 Weak to 10 lower Btcves 325740 Texans 340440 westerners 315n5SO stockers mid feeders 2504GO cows and heifers 150cD510 calves 550725 Hdirs Receipts about LightDrouglit 52501540 good to choice heavy 540 f 5pig 75a 500 bull of sales 550o 575 Slieep=Recefipts about 20000 Weak to lOtilower Native 240n440 western 240 440 yearhilr 400475 lambs 375600welitQiii 375oOO KEWHi hr1 RECORDIS REACHED FOR WHEAT CFUCAQO Nov 17 Wheat for May delivery sold on the local ex change tonay at 10S7 a new high record mark fox the season TIlt market closed strong at the top Corn oats and provisions also closed firm Range of Futures The lCiing futures ranged as follows WHEAT Open High Dec new 102 1 04 JMay 1 07 1 OS7S July 1 Olii 1 02 Low Gloss Dec new 03sfMaV s July l 01 I 024 CORN Open High Dec 62 63 May I 623s 6234 July t J6l 62Ys tr Low Close Dee 62w 624 May 62Y4J 623r July U 6211s WINCHESTER ROLLER WILLS r The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the hest made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS 4 c r SKAnn G I GEt A THANKSGIVING TURKEY t Auditorium to Have a Fine Program Eor Wednesday Night Nitfv- J vember 25 If you haven tt already bought your turkey for Thanksgiving dont do so until you try your luck at the Auditorium skating rink Wednesday night November 25 The manage mcnt has arranged fora special en tertainment for that night There will be a twenty pomdturkcy given to the most graceful lady skater lied a twenty wound ham to the most graceful gentleman skater nata lr re pUll1Dkil to the worst skater on the floor 4 In addition to this the manage ncut has arranged for a seventeen an race and the winner will receive i bushel of fine eating apples This ace is to decide the championship of Clark county and the winner will rat obably be chosen to represent Winchester in the racing cirquilof the rinks of Central Kentucky which was organized a few days ago Beginning with the first week in December the Auditorium will put on some o ftliQ best skating rink attractions that are on the road COLONY IN REVOLT People of St Pierre Want Free Schools and Raise the Amer ican Flag PARIS Nov 18The Temps yes terday afternoon publishes a dis patch from St Pierre Miquelon the French island off the coast of New- Foundland saying that there has been a big manifestation on St Pierre in favor of free schools The movement wgs created by the Cler ical party The people got out of hand and made their way to the house of the Governor where they raised aloft the American flag The police are insufficient and trouble is feared NEW RAILROADS IN COAL FIELDS BARBOURyiLLE Ky Nov 18 Monday the first train was riuiover the new Pine Mountain railroad which extends for twenty mile through coal fields of this district Wilaliamsburg and Jelieo The new lint is a branch of the Louisville Nashville and has been in course of con struction for two years Five mirier haying an aggregate output of 250w tons are already established soon the new line The Louisville Prop erty Company owns a vest acreage tapped by the Pine Mountain extension New proprietors of the Brown Proctoria Barber Shop Give us a call SMOOT KING 11174t BUSINESS CHANGE Mr T E Barnes who for fifteen years has been in the grocery bus iness in Winchester has sold his business to Messrs E E Hughes and John Kirk The purchasers are experienced the business and are sure of success In honor of Mr Barnes the business will be known as the Barnes Grocery Company WILL TRAIN AT COLUMBIA NEW YORK Nov 18 Dorando disqualiI arl1eRIa Columbia University Princeton Un versity it is said offered the little talian the privilege to use the track but Columbia being near at hand- Ie decided to remain in New York layer is training at a nearby track l The Knights of Py tlua will meet Thursday night to confer the third rank All are invited to beer Cent Rufus Lysje and J N Piekr ell left Wednesday morning for Cuter county on a hunting trip WANTED TURKEYS I will be in the market for your turkeysWillfrom November 6ih to 17th My of Ice will be at W C Taylor Cos Stockyards on Broadway Home phone No 53 East Tenn No 74 Before selling get my prices E RENAKER AGT + II36t L0STr sale for rent adv ise ln they class ed column ofiTheNewsf v ir ThanIaLgr l behereSoOn and alLoiisaret r getting ready to t Eat the Festive TurkeyThe Housewife is beginning r to take stock of her Ch1naand I Dinnerwarein the famil9dinner We haye some thing special that everyone should see before making any purchases Read the next co ulna n of thisztft L tisement j HJ This at Rate THIS Cut out and presented to us is for on Cash Parch Mens Shoes Good Dec Do Reserve 5 Shoe in our Store The Shoe Man Get Old Apples and Pumpkin for Thanksgiving Dinner ON Wednesday November 25th 1908 wilgive the following prizes Best Skater Fine Turkey Best GflntlmnanSkaterCountry Ham ApplosforB ooy Prize Pumpkin The first two prizes to be by persons who never wen a prize SKATE The Grand March will be put on led by the winners of prizes OF THANKS Vedesireto thank our neighbors and many friends the services rendered us the sickness and in tine death of our son and deIsirewho were so kind us and also Bros J 0 Chandler and J W Hard ng and all who so kindly remembered him with the beautiful floral tri butes MRS E M BATSON AND FAMILY j JohnsonLawrence v Mr John Johnson a barber EzmvnProetoria shop and fiss Ella Lawrence of this city were married Wednesday at four oclock at the bride on Main street by Rev Both the young arequite ular and haYCt number of here T I 7 GRINDLCO sa ENGLISH DINNERWARE w slti VICTOR GOLD TRACED LIGHT IN HANDSOME IN SHAPED BEAUTIFUL IN FINISH DAINTY IN DECORATION N STRONG DURABLE AND INEXPENSIVE I We consider this new pattern J one of the best values I I we have shown I CAN SUPPLY OPEN STOCK on COMPLETE SETS iTlFURNITUREUNDERTAKING Do Men Read AdvertisementS Read One Any good SOc a se 5OO i IloBMaS51E The Shoe Man We Not Any MASS Yo- urTURKEY Ham The Winch- esterAntoiim1 Night Lady ForsElarse contested ADMISSiON10c ISe CARD for during beloved to intlio Hotel afternoorj Martin people pop friends I PORCELAIN II WEIGHT COUPON awiins Store wants to sell you your Lard Cans Meat Grinders- Butcher Knives Also yo- urHuskingGloves Come to see me T C RAWLINS SHOT FROM AMBUSH SOMERSET Ky Nov 18Hez zv Burton a futiner residing1 near here was shot from ambush last night while walking across a field and is now dying A number of buckshot penetrated his body Of ficers are at work on the case CLASSIFIED f NoticeL Q Howard at Mfc J Sterling and JP Humph lies of this city have opened a gioOrJiOCorner JSo2 W Broadway and you will find there at all times gro tsu ceries and the best fruits and vegetables money can buy Our eX penscs are small therefore you get the advantage of bur low prices Give us a al- HOWARD HUMPHREY- v J I lMG2t FOR RENt Gottage verycl sir lably located Apply ajb thisdfi rrfiee v oa jLl17if RUGSTakeiKITI Tr c aiM have them mnarinto nice rugs KERR BROS itWifm Furriitirs Co 111 = Si FOR RENT Half of houseoneor her of Lexington avenue and Burns street Dr Glenmore Combs tries tee 1118 8f FOR SALE Perfee fly good latest model Oliver typewriter Apply at 1 this office FOR SALE Barber shop fire chan outfit modern in every respect latest and most uptodate shop cityGoodity Must sell at once Apply CK Z Pyer 72 S Main street sWinr v r FOR SALE Meat hogs from Jwo to three hundred pounds C J BOSWELL Phone 405y s 1156t l WANTED SEWINGI am prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies shirt waists and childrens dressmaking specialty Call at 234 S Highland street MRS J C LAEY 1019lmo WANTED Tally and dinner cards to paint For particulars call No 208 Home phone or 115 College street 1029lmn FOR SALE Nice lot of Maple trees at u reasonable price Phone 818 A ROBERT E FOX J= tfit FOR RENT New fourroom cottage on East Broadway piped for gisj cistern on porch MRS J A RAMSEY 11103t FOR RENT Two new rooms at itib corner of Burns and Lexington avenues Gas and electric lights Apply to T W Brock Burnsand Lexington avenues 111141 FOR SALECottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and Beckner street W P AZBILL 1113lmo FOR SLEA 10gauge Parker iJdoublebarrel hammerless shotgun Cost 8000 wlien new In good condition J W CHAMBERS 1113Gt SALE OR EXCHANGE I have a house value 2500 that is n wand has been for fifteen years used as a boarding house and hotel in Rochwood Tenn I will sell or ex change for other real estate LEE WAINSCOT u134t FOR RENT Two houses N T t TAYLOR 11T Rt IIuwL Thought is the property of him who can entertain it and of him who can adequately place ItRalph Waldo Emerson J Now Is the Time As this is an off we are not over run with work Although weare able to furnish our help 10 hours work a day every day in the week We wish you would bring your work to us now while we can easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves and customers to not wait until times get goodand we are very busy for then you will have to pay mpre andwait workbThe above is especially directed yto the Agricul turalist and is applicable to Manufacturers who are waiting for the good times that are sure to come soon after the holidays Do not ptlike small when we are busy You know how that is yourself Remember you do not have to go to Cincinnati or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Wood or Metal Patterns Gray Ircm Steel Jj SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and WJute Metal Castings We are agents for Structural Steelof all shapes and sizes v v r t Eagle CastinS CoIXctirrsTni Ii G y Ocnl Me Pf YwM 1ywt r a