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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s Lt rgS 1B tJTHE NEWS v- V 1 1g Now Circulates Daily s 1575 Copies WINCHESTER t VOL NO 35 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEE J ICLARK COUNTY TOBACCO MAYBE DISPOSED Of IMMEDIATELY American Will Degin To Receive 1908 crop Next Yleekfarmers Will Probabiy Begin To Get Their Money In The Near Future Every effort has been made by The Newt to learn the full details I of the contract made between the Burley Tobacco Society and the American Tobacco Company Mr Brooks Secretary of the Society t was opt of town and all efforts to locate him failed In a number of counties the to bacco has not been prized and is not in shape to be delivered In this county however it has been re dried and can be delivered at once In all probability it was stated that the American Tobacco Company will begin to receive the 3906 crop net week The samples are all here in the warehouse and it will 4not take a great deal of time to de iivei it provided the American To bacco Company wants it all now The 1907 crop of this county can be delivered at once and if it is it will not be long before the money For this county will be j turned over to the farmers Mr Prewitt Talks Mr S T Prewitt who has been on the Board of Control for two years said that he could not give out anything for a fact as he had not talked to anyone about it but that fie thought as Clarks tobacc o had been prized it could be gotten out immediately He did not see why it could not be done and the REJOIClNG R OVER TOBACCO SALE Farmers and Business Men Alike Pleased at Result of Deal The news of the sale of the remaining portion of the 1906 and sev entyfive per cent of the 1907 crop of burley tobacco to the American Tobacco Company by the Burley Tobacco Society was received here late Thursday evening and rapidly spread through the city and county Along Main street could be seen groups of men standing talking of the deal and numbers of flfemers having heard it had come to n to hear the full particulars Not only were the farmers rejoicing but it brought good news to the mer chants as well and every where this norning in the business district werer y i smiles and pleasant words Since the pool of the tobacco a majority of the farmers had all their money tied up and were unable to affordanything but the real necessi numberof the merchants who have been pa whnthel Following is what some of our bus mess people have to say fOnly Way to Make Sales Mr B F Curtis cashier of the Clark County National Bank said s I notice in this mornings papers that the tobacco hasbeen sold and I think it is a Proof that the organization of the Burley Tobacco So ciety in view of the monopoly that controls the prices is the only way to make sales This will brine into the county about 700000 and predict fully twice as much as would have been brought had it not been depmmeillfarmers will pay their bills and it will be a general uplift all along the line It also proves that the Burley Tobacco Society should be continued indefinitely and sales made through it am also glad to say that Clark county was the foremost in this great work which has brought happiness to so many homes Best Thing Ever Happened- Mr J M Hodgkin cashier of the State Bank says this istha Jbest thing that has ever happened to the farmers It will put more- J money in circulation and will help y Vtbose who hac bcten in onibsvni I yy i nr t 5 I j J f i r 1 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN Ab CLARK C 1UW WINCHESTER NEWS 1 I I money distributed in a short time He said however that he did not know the terms of the contract aud did not know how soon the cars could be gotten for the delivery He also said that the Society will pool the 1909 crop To Pool 1909 Crop Mr S D Goff who has been con nected with the Equity Redrying plant in this city stated Friday morning that Jae did pct think it would be a hard mattter to pool the 1909 crop in this county as he knew but few who are now in t the pool who are dissatisfied He thinks there will be only an average crop raised next year Mr Goft was very proud of the fact thar the tobacco had been sold and said it means that tha farmers have won a great figh and it will bring better times to the community It is understood that the 25 per cent which was not sold to the American Tobacco Company was held for the independent concerns and that they will meet here November 24 to look the samples over and purchase what they will want It is said that there are already enough orders on file in the Secretarys office to dispose of the full 25 percent The Board of Control will meet here Tuesday November 24 circumstances and will make matters very much easier Winchesters position in this matter has had more to do in advertising the city than anything that I know of IfewilUal so help us as all the money will have to pass through the banks in this city Relief to Winchester Mr N H Witherspoon pf 3identI of the Winchester Bank fitat the distribution of the money derived from the sale of this tobacco will be a great relief to Winchester and Central Kentucky vMr J Harry Allan of the firm of Allan R Murphy said 1 am of the opinion that this sale of the tobacco will be of great benefit to all classes throughout the Blue Grass region not only for the money it turns loose but for the independence it gives the tobacco grower This shows what strength they have when going together I believe it will have excellent effect over all business This is Great News Mr James S Winn of the WinD Furniture Company This is grea1I news it means everything merchant and farmer Owing to the fact that the farmers money has ben tied up it has made things a little tight but everything will be all right now C H Bowen was glad o hear thai the tobacco had been sold and said that a great victory had been won which he liad predicted It means a great deal to us all Owing to the farmers strained condition it has made it hard on the merchants and when the money is collected and dis tributed it will ease iip matters con siderablyBetter Farm Houses Narval Benton of the firm of Grubbs Benton said that this means money to the farmer in the first place and he is nretty apt to buv what he wants when he sees his way clear to pay for it and it opens r the way for good times It means more business and nearer to a cash basis It will also mean better farm houses farmers will have money to improve their farms and will now be able to buy better new and better farm implements GET AWAY WITH 6000 Special to The News UTICA Ohio Nov 20 Sobbers held the citizens at bay while they dynamited the safe of Ronniger and Silcox and escaped with six thou sand dollars V TWO ARE DROWNED CHICAGO HI N v20 Joseph Meyer and Margaret Atkins wtere drowned whn an automobile swerved from the bridge into Calumet ghee t aZ t fct r tR i DEMOCRATS ARE TO MEET IN MASS CONVENTIONS SATURDAY Each Precinct in State Must Choose Conmiitteenian Hon John M Stevenson Mentioned For County Chairman Of Clark On Saturday afternoon the Demo crats of this and every other county in the State in compliance with the rule passed at the last meeting of the State Democratic committee will hold mass conventions in their re spective voting precincts for the pur pose of selecting one of their number as committeeman who will be a mem ber of the county committee As the time draws nears indications are that there will be contests in several of the precincts in this county for the honor of being chosen as committeeman In Renick it is said that Hon Abe Renick and SKETCH OF ORGA NAND GROWTH OF BURLEY SOCIETY How Winchester Was Selected Headquarters Beginning To A Great Organization Many Thousand Farmers The sale by the Burley Tobacco Society of its holdings of 1906 and 1907 tobacco will doubtless interest many people in a history of the or ganization of that society For many years past the tobacco bus iness in Kentucky has been undergoing changes The operation of the American Tobacco Company the socalled trust in purchasing and uniting with all rival concerns en gaged iif the manufacture and sale a rt stra foriiietlyears had made the raising of to bncca such a lucrative business Various efforts by the planters to offset this to them evil influence had resulted in more or less complete failures The socalled Hawkins movement the most ambitious of them and the one that offered the eatest hope of success going down in defeat several years before the Equity Society entered the field Working Independently- In March of 1900 two gentlemen one Mr H E Swain a farmer near Smithfield in Henry county and the other Dr G W McMillain a prac ticing physician and farmer of Pen dleton county independently learned of the existence of the American So ciety of Equity and its aims and work elsewhere and conceived the idea that its organization in would accomplish the desires of the tobacco planters t They both organized local unions in their neighborhoods anci began tjjS organize others nearby and thifs spreading from county to county until they finally learned of eachothers work by contact along the fron tiers of their organized territories The First ConferenceI This led toa conference and to a call for a meeting at New Castle in Henry county At this meeting which occurred on October 2nd 1906 eight counties responded to the call namely Shelby Spencer Owen Washington Pendleton Trimble Henry md Grant Mr Swain was elected chairman and J W Dickson of Spencer county secretary a commit on constitution and bylaws was appointedand a form of pledge was adopted Previously to the meeting a selfappointed committee had made investigation ofa number of cities in the district to discover if possi ble the best place at which to locate headquarters and their report was thai Winchester be the capital of the Burley district which was adopted Also a temporary Board of Con trol was appointed by selection from such counties as had not beensuf ficiently organized to elect delegates The temporary board decided to hold its first meeting in the city of Win chester to prepare for a mass meet injr to be held there on November 1st 2nd and 3ld1lt whicfi time it was hoped to give the organization l that would insure its per lenl t success r t t hili d Camp igrico The T twn c ClmP11rrl1th r 1 i t 311 Mr McCormack are both on the slate for that precinct In other precincts it is reported that there will be con testsAfter the committeemen from each precinct have been chosen there will be another meeting held later on for the purpose of electing a chairman of the county committee to succeed Mi Lee Baldwin Hon John M Stevenson is prominently mentioned for county chairman Mr Baldwin has been chairman of the county committee forthe past ten years but on ac count of being a candidate for Sher iff he cannot accept the office again As From Small Of Kentucky created so much excitement in Kentucky and so much interest throughout the Union was planned at that meetingThe services of the National Or ganizer H B Sherman were secured and a host of other organizers plac ed throughout the district and the next meeting called fpiX December 3rd 1906 At the first or New Cas tle convention C M Hanna of Shelby county one of the most prominent and inteiligent armers Jn theState was elected hltirmannfi jr tE Swam secretary t it Loll Man in Charge Mr Swain becoming sick and un able to attend to his duties after the November meeting Mr Hanna came to Winchester and enlisted the sym pathies of Mr Lucien Bedkher and placed him in charge of the office as headquarters Up to this time and for some time after there was no money in the treasury and the most wonderful part of the whole proceeding was that everybody worked without money and paid his own ex penses many of the delegates com ing over one hundred miles to attend the meetings Mr Beckner had an office a stenographer a typewriter stamped envelopes all of which the society badly needed- TwentyThree Counties At the meeting of December 3rd twenty three counties answered pres ml As this was the first meeting- of a regularly elected District Board the delegates organized by electing C M Hanna president and II E Swain secretary also M C Rankin of Henry count 1the present ef ficient secretary of Agriculture was elected vicepresident The treasurers office was filled by electing the Clark 6oujity National Bank to which was afterward added the Cit izens National and Peoples State Banks of this city Form of Pledge It was at this meeting that the Committee on Pledges brought in a forth containing the proviso that it should not be binding unless it least fifty 50 per cent of the white burley crop of tobacco grown in the year 1906 is signed up by the first day of January 1907 which fact is to be declared by the District Board of this Society This clause caused the feverish pledging campaign which culminat ed in the dramatic meeting of Jan uary first 1907 at which the pled ges were counted and the fact de termined that fiftyfour per cent had been secured The fifteen cents average price had been determined on at a meet ing of the Department of Tobacco Growers of the A Sof E at Clarks- ville Tenn in October and this De cember meeting approved of and adopted this price and pledged it in the p edgeJIt was at me that a urgingUhcplnnteis Continued W Page Foiir f j j xv xti ifRt r t tx1 2Fair BURLEY SOCIETY SELLS OVER L 85000000 POUNDS OF TOBACCO5 l More Than 12000000 Will Be Distributed Farmers Of The Blue Grass1906 Crop Brings 20 12 Cents 1901 Crop IT Cents LOUISVILLE Ky NO20The burley tobacco growers of Kentucky won a great victory in their long fight for higher for their pro duct when the big deal between the American Tobacco Company and the Burley Tobacco Society for the 1906 and 1907 crops which hasbeen hanging fire for several weeks was closed here yesterday afternoon The price agreed on in the trans action which is the largest of its kind ever put through is an average of 2012 cents for the 1906 crop and 17 cents per pound for the 1907 pro duct Deal Involves About 14000000 The deal involves about 85000 000 pounds of tobacco held in the pool by the Burley Tobacco Society and an outlay of between 12000 000 and 14000000 on the part of the American Tobacco Company radically all of this monev being placed in circulation at once in Cen tral Kentucky The tobacco which was sold in cludes the larger p tof the hold ings of the Burley Growers Associ ation which was formed several years ago and which pooled its crops in 1906 and 1907 There was no crop raised by the members of the association 1908 Marks End of Night Riding According to many who are in a position to know the sale of the pooled crop will mark the end of night riding in Central and Western Ken tucky for it is believed that with these crops out of the way all the growers will raise tobacco next year Time sale has nothing to do with the crops in the darkdistrict or in Cordons ofKentucky and Northern Tennessee r x The Official Statement The official statement given out at 405 ocolck yesterday afternoon was as follows THe American Tobacco Company has bought 75 per cent of the 1906 poled tobacco at scheduled prices and 75 per cent of the 1907 pooled tobacco at graded prices to aver age 17 cents round Signed CLARENCE LEBUS R K SMITH The scheduled price for the 1906 tobacco is 201h cents Those in the conference were For the Burley Tobacco Society Claude M Thomas Paris Claude M Wil liam Versailles C C Patrick Lex ington E Brown Shelbyville John A Larue Shawhan Bourbo4i county S A Shanklin Maysviller Dr GW McMillan Maysville and Rhodes Thompson and L J Evans Georgetown For the American To bacco R K Smith New York John Middleton and Attorney S J Car roll LouisvilleMr Statement- Mr Carroll as attorney for the Tobacco Compan have out the fol lowing statement in regard to the deal Although the agreement was reachedat 4 oclock in the afternoon the contract was not drawn up and did not receive the necessary signa tures until 1130 last night Last Friday the first conference in regard to this sale was held in Louisville at the Louisville Hotel The American Tobacco Company at that time offered to purchase the en tire 1906 crop at list prices averag ing 20Y2 cents a pound and not less than 50000000 pounds nor more than 60000000 of the 1907 crop at 16 ceixts a pound the proportion of the two crops to be four hogsheads of the 1907 to two hogsheads of the 1906 tobacco Proposition Rejected This proposition was rejected by the society representatives and we then requested that the matter be taken un with the officers of the com pany to see if they were willing to pay the list price for the tobacco poole in 1907 about 18 cents The officials of the company in view of the situation in Kentucky were willing to meet the farmers half way and we were then authorized to raise the price of the 1907 crop to J 634cents provided the ratio of the 1906 crop taken was reduced the 1t- i f- n f i It WEATHER Slightly Cooler fat Saturday Fair To I t rices John 4 011906 tobacco being ofa character that the company did not wantbprices named As a counter proposition tocompanys the Burley people offereclS 75 per cent of the 1906 tobacco at 20y2 cents In order to fsettle the long trouble the American Tobacco Company accented Publicity is Insisted Upon It was expressly understood that the entire details of the proceedings e should be given to the public in 9r der thoj lhe farmers might know just how the deal took place This pqpfc fwas exnressly insisted upon by Mr1 Carroll as the representative of the American Tobacco Company Large numbers of farmers came to Louisville yesterday in ordei to be 1near and receive the first tidiiigstmt- he proposed deal All day sbellJlbbbhJ dtthatmediately each man rushed to theYnearest telephone booth or telephone office to fire messages of good cheer1 to the home folks until the telephone and telegraph companies were flood ed with messages o M J Delivery Begins November 24 t The delivery of this tobacco will begin November 24 according to thercontract f The representatives of the Boni I pany and the officials of the society willgo to the societys warehouses in Winchester and go over the graded samples and order the tobacco de x livered accordingly The tobacco is to be delivered to the nearest rail way station at the expense ofthe t Society v Upon its delivereyjtotlib railway company tlye AmSrican Tow lmaceo Cmipi1i ssumes the iik and the expense It is expected that most of the 1906 crop and large part of the 1907 crop will be delivered within the next few weeks and the money turnedI over to the society The weather this fall has been such as to hinder preatly and is expected to delay fur ther the delivery of the 1907 crop It is too early to say what is to be the future of the society and the ef feet of this deal on the industry Warehousemen in Cincinnati say that this will destroy their business On the other hand Louisville ware housemen assert that they will b3 little affected SCOTT COUNTY WILL r GET ABOUT 9QOOOCL GEORGETOWN Ky Nov 20A telegram was received here by Mr A L Ferguson president of the Scott County Board of Control at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon from Mr Rhodes B Thomas at Louisville noti fyinghim of the sale of the tobacco crops to the American Tobacco Com pany Scott to Realize 900000 Scott county growers will realize about 900000 from the dealsaid Mr Ferguson last evening We have about a million pounds of the 1906 crop and about four million pounds of the 1907 crop in the pool Peace between the trust and the r grower seems now assured It is my understanding that the comnany is V now willinglto establish business relations with the growers organiza tionThe night rider injured our cause to an extent that cannot be estimat ed instead of helping Violence may have prevented the planting of a- very small proportion of the acreage but hte large majority of the burley growing acreage was pledged to tnej nocrop movement before the night riders became active Because of this violence and the r oppression of the trust Kentucky had become one of the worst States in the Union With the vie torv for the growers as the settle ment mhst be regarded I believe Kentucky will be one of the best r States in the Union J MASONS SHARE WILL s EXCEED A MILLIONj MAYSVILLE Ky Nov 2d 1 IMason county growers will receive Continued on aeight 1 I f krt toJ t 3 f s tt r r r r I jJ r r Jr ir 1 j f I I ITWI THE WINOHESTCR NEWS r 1TI7WATCA OUR ADS I i BEHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE IT IS EASY TO ASSERT BOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT- t PRICES ARE MOST LOOKED FORD IAnd Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW CLOAKS ARE IN WE ARE HEADQUAR f TERS FOR UNDERWEAR OUTING CLOTHS FLANNELETTESHOSIERY NO TIONStETC J WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM v AII=Wool Blankets vSureenough AllWoolboth the Warp and the c Woof of every Blanket will sustain the statemen We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices SCRIVENER BROSCO i An Advance for Winchester have just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which are now prepared to furnish DAY CURRENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and allsorts t iofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to allt others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGR PSWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Snmmer r II r HEATE RS ISPECIAL Garland BeatersW and on Cook Stoves I 9M Heater to close out 8OTHERS IN PROPORTION Grant Witt Co SON Main St Winchester 1 Kyj Do then Read AdvertisementS Read This One at Any Rate Jt THIS COUPONCut out and presented to us is good for 50c on a Cash Purchase 1f Mens 500 Shoes I s I I DeclO8MA55lE 0 t j in 4 j Victory Through Conflict t If no fight no victory o victory no crown j t f 1 t 4 ya fk The Shoe Man I II We Do Not Reserve Any 5 Shoe our Store I =MASS The Shoe Man Savonarola lrtcse Cold Freezes Soap Bubble By the use of liquid air a soap bub a may befrozen solid J i p x GIVEN A7 NLW LIFE HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES REJUVE NATED WITH LITTLE CARE Judicious Use of Paint Counts for Much In Preservation of Furnish- Ings That Have Been Allowed to Become Worn Attention need hardly be called to the amount of preservation that may be done by the judicious use of paint Many an object formerly pnpresent able Is made good with a wellapplied coat of paint Kitchen chairs laundry benches old tables that a coat of varnish would hardly improve in appearance and even trellises in the flower garden which in a few years must be renewed If not guarded from the weather all these things and many articles of furniture might easily be restored to newness by a few coats of paint Mixed paints can be bought and these require no expert knowledge of handling After the can is opened a stick of durable wood about the thick ness of ones finger is required to stir the mixture so the paint and oil may coalesce The stirring should be done thoroughly ten or fifteen minutes be ing necessary- A pint of linseed oil can easily be used in a pint of paint and this will make the quantity of paint applied one quart This does not spoil the effect and is used when the painting is half done and is beginning to thicken Only a small quantity of linseed oil should be added at a time It does not take long to learn when there is enough and when it has been slack ened enough When the wood uses up too much of the paint only a very light coat can be applied for the first and when this is perfectly dry a second and a third coat can be given with satisfaction and a saving of paint Woods that do not take much paint need only have two coats applied and this is sufficient in almost every case where planed wood is being painted All inside woodwork may be done by the housewife wfth the assistance- of a st Ladder This painting Is done generally in mite representing old colonial style or in oak or mahogany All hat is needed are two paint brushes one about 2fc inches wide and a very small one The large one is to go Over the wide surfaces and the small one to get Into crevices or to paint thin strips such as the middle section of window sashes After the brnskeu are used they can be thoroughly cleaned with petroleum and laid away for another time Caramel Cake Two squares chocolate onehalt cup sugar three tablespoons of sweet milk Beat these together until smooth Cream onequarter cup but ter and one cup sugar add two eggs saving white of one onehalfcup sweet milk onehalf cup pastry flour one good teaspoon baking powder Mix these together then add the other chocolate mixture and teaspoon vanil la and beat well Bake in two layers Dont be too generous with butter or the cake will be too short FrostingBoil one cup granulated sugar and three tablespoons water un til it strings well Pour Into the beaten white of egg and a pinch of cream of tartar Beat until it will spread Properly Made Coffee With all due respect to the criti cisms of doctors anent coffeedrinking the morning cup properly made can hardly be injurious and is to people of a certain form of nervous tempera ment a food Coffee is so seldom properly made and yet there are many ways of accomplishing it In some of the French restaurants milk is used instead of water and it is therefore not only much richer but is really nutritious Three tablespoonfuls of coffee are used to a pint The milk is put into the pot and when at the boiling point the coffee always freshly ground is put in and the whole boiled for about seven minutes then strained and is ready to serve Housework Mittens Kitchen mittens can be bought In several thicknesses and sizes for vari ous branches of housework There are thick ones with straps across the wrist to wear when polishing the range then there are others to put on when scrubbing floors or sinks and still thinner ones with chamois cloth Insides to use for polishing silverware These mittens are a great protection to the hinds and finger nails and they really simplify the work more than those women who have not availed themselves of this convenience realize Apples Preserves in Grape Juice Boil four quarts of grape juice in an open preserving kettle until reduced onethird Have tart mellow apples peeled cored and quartered Put in a porcelain lined preserving kettle cov er generously with the grape juice and simmer gently until the apples are clear and tender Seal at once in sterilized jars Crabapple Jelly Every housewife does not know that an ounce of ginger root makes a delicious taste if put into her crabapple jellySome cheap grades of sugar will often turn apple jelly a pinkish color Loaves for Sandwiches Half fill pound baking powder cans with bread dough let rise until nearly level Bake as any bread and you will find neat round slices with no crust suitable for sandwiches for luncheon boxes parties picnics etc v L P t 4 rtt I JOB PRINTING 1- fOur Plant is equipped with the latest fa cilities to turn out the best of Job o Work urBusiness has increased materially in the past month It is growing steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office before 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 All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out of this office the day they areprom- isedI These is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphletsf Circulars Folders and all kinds of boundand t folded work Lawyers Briefs can be set as expel ditiously and cheaply as in any part of Kentucky v A All We AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we willnot urge you to come again t I TH- EVIINCHFSTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winchester JOB PRINTINGF L f t 5S r S 1l I 1 T H Ti w- Xt i u i H l I 1 r T i f t l 1 0 T I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Thm DO YOU KNOW HIM Misfortunes of the Man Who Is Always Just Going To1 He meant to Insure his house but it burned before e got around to it He was just going to pay a note when It went to protest He was just going to help a neigh bor when he died He was just going to send some flowers to a sick friend when it proved too late He was just going to reduce his debt when his creditors shut down on him He was just going to stop drinking and dissipating when his health be came wrecked He was just going to provide proper protection for his wife and family when his fortune was swept away from him He was just going to introduce a better system into his business when it went to smash He was just going to call on a cus tomer to close a deal when he found his competitor had preceded him and secured the order He was just going to quit work awhile and take a vacation when ner vous prostration came sideIwalkbroke a leg He was just going to provide his wife with more help when she took to her bed and required a nurse a doc tor and a maidSuccess Magazine A WAR GAME It Can Be Played on Slate Paper or Wooden Board Draw on your slate or paper a plan like that in cut below The dots Board for War Game represent soldiers one side being French and the other side German Each player is provided with a sharp ly pointed pencil and the game is played thus The German keeping the point of his pencil on a spot denoted bya cannon drags it quickly across the slate Jn the direction of the other army The pencil naturally leaves a line to mark his track and if this mark passes through any of the men belonging to the other side they are considered dead The game is over as soon as all the men on one side are dead Each player has a certain space on the slate allotted to him and he may dispose of his men in whatever part of it he pleases The track of the pencil must be straight of curved any shot in which there is an angle does not count We here give a battlefield where the strife Is ended In this the German side has killed all the opposite side in eight shots while the French in eight have only been able to kill nine men f A Steady Job The origin of graft is probably in the discovery that something easy brings in a large reward The only problem then is to find the easy thing Tastes differ A writer in Lip plncotts Magazine gives an example of a graft which most persons would not care to cultivate An expert golfer had the misfortune to play particularly vigorous stroke at the moment that a seedy wayfarer skulked across the edge of the course The ball struck the trespasser and ren dered him insensible for a brief time When he recovered a fivedollar bill was pressed into his hand by the re gretful golfer Thanky sir said the injured man after a kindling glance at the money An when will you be playin again Jllr1 The Difference of a Letter A professor in the University of Berlin who came to this country a year ago was much surprised accord ing to a story which President Hadley contributes to the Yale Alumni Week ly when he traveled in al sleeping car to be asked by the porter for his berth ticket- My birth ticket he said I have my passport 1 have my letter of credit and I have even in my trunk my certificate of vaccination but why the railroad should want my birth ticket I do not see But said the porter 1 must know whether you have upper or lower berth Upper of course said the German Look at my passport Does it not say Well and highly born DepartmentThero fire departments of London and of Nen York city The London depart went costs ten cents a year for each inhabitant while the department o- fNeYork costs 175 for each New Yorker H r- THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson VIIFourth Quarter For Nov 22 1908 rHE INTERNATIONAL SERIES text of the Lesson Kings 3240 5053Memory Verses 39 40 Golden Text Chron xxviii 9Commentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1903 by American Press Association Whatsoever the Lord pleased that did He in heaven and in earth in the seas and all deep places Ps cxxxv 6 The Most High ruleth in the Iing dom of men and giveth it to whomso ever He will He doeth according to His will in the army of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth Dan Iv 32 35 Even when our Lord was crucified Herod and Pilate and the people of Israel did what the hand and counsel of tie Lord determined before to be done Acts iv 27 2S So it is al ways through good men and bad men and even the devil and through good men who often act unwisely God is ever working out His eternal purpose which he purposed in Christ Jesus our Lord Eph iii 11 He who sees and declares the end from the beginning says My counsel shall stand and will do all My pleasure Isa xlvi 10 Ps xxxiii 10 11 Men are left free to do as they choose and are guilty if they do wrong but God is ever work ing out His purpose in spite of every thing and every one who may be set against Him Thus we see it in our lesson today David being old one of his sons Ado nijah whom he had never displeased by even asking him why he did any thing exalted himself to be the king though he knew that the Lord hau given the throne to his brother Solo mon and Joab who was Davids chief and Abiathar the priest whom David had so protected and made one with him followed Adonijah I Kings 5 7 ii 15 It does not seem so strange that spoiled boys like Absalom and Adonijah should be so desperately wicked but to see a priest like Ablathar joining him is perplexing It seems so easy to turn from what is thingThereremained faithful to David such as Nathan the prophet Zadok the priest Benaiah the son of Jehoiada one of Davids mighty men who slew a lion in a pit in snow time and also an Egyptian with the mans own spear and did many mighty acts H Sam xxiii 2023 I Kings 1 S Nathan told Bathsheba the mother of Solomon how things were going and she and Nathan brought word to David whereupon David called these three faithful men and bade them cause Solomon to ride upon his own mule and have him anointed king over Israel and Judah that he might sit upon his throne and be king in his stead verses S235 This was as the Lord had purposed for He had said to David Behold a son shall be born to thee who shall be a man of rest and I will give peace and quietness unto Israel in his days and I will establish the throne of his kingdom over Israel for ever I Chron xxii 9 10 a prom ise primarily but only partly true of Solomon but yet to be fully and corn pletely seen in Jesus as the Son of David Isa ix 7 Jer xxiii 5 Luke i 3133 Then sat Solomor upon the throne of David his father and his Hugdorn was established greatly I Kings ii 12 or as it is writ ten in I Chron xxix 23 Then Solo mon sat on the throne of the Lord as king instgftd of David his father and prospe u and all Israel obeyed him No throne but this was ever called the throne of the Lord The days come when the same city Jerusa lem shall be called the throne of the Lord and al the nations shall be gath ered unto it to the name of the Lord to Jerusalem Jer iii 17 Davids charge to Solomon in chapter ii and in I Chron xxviii is worthy of being laid up in the heart Note specially these words Know thou the God of thy father and serve Him with a perfect heart and with a willing mind for the Lord searcteth all hearts and under standeth all the imaginations of the thoughts I Chron xxviii 9 For over twenty years I have found special blessing in these That expres sion the imagination of tht thoughts is found again in chapter xxix 18 and again sad contrast In Gen vi 5 How deeply God searches not only the heart but the thoughts of the heart and somehow back of that the Imagination of the thoughts How much and how continually we need the precious blood which cleanseth from all sin In the last chapter of II Sam we find a word from David in verse 24 which is worthy of application to all believers Neither will I offer burnt offerings unto the Lord my God of that which doth cost me nothing And this was in connection with the purchase of the place where the temple was afterward bullded II Chron iii 1 It was also the place where Abra ham had offered up his son Isaac and the great thought is redemption by a costly sacrifice In Davids abundant preparation for the temple which he was not allowed to build we see manifestation of that zeal which he prayed that Solomon might have He said I have prepared with all my might for the house of my God because I have set my affection to the house of my God Yet with all the millions which her gave he said All things come of Thee find of Thi rvri have TTP gvcn The I Chrou xs r j1L y L ATRHON of SteinBlock Smart wile settle in your mindonce for all whether ire have been giving you straight talk in our advertisements or just ordinary ready towear chatter You stand to win much if you find weve playedffair we lose much if you decide we are false Clothescomfort a better style a sure fita knowledge of where to get these things is the stake We welcome you before the glass We showthem tRrest Green Lon don Smoke Nut Brown in fact all shades at all prices Niftynew line of Ties to match them Ask to see our Sage col r y bred Trqoper hat its a beauty i f rlt 5 Allan MurpHy IF1 snli OPPORTUNITYA- s p v e have decided to make a change in our business we will for a snort time offer you some RARE BARGAINS in U Groceries and Hardware willVFor Spot Cash Only and All New Goods Sale Regular IISaleRegularPrice Price Gibbs French Peas per can 19 C 25 c Gibbs Extra Small Peas per can 12 C 15 c Gibbs Early June Peas per can 10 C i2c D Gibbs Standard June Peas 9 C n c Mitchell Peas a good value 8 C 10 c Gibbs 3lb Apples per can 7IC 10 c Gibbs 3lb Hominy 7j6c 10 c Gibbs 3lb Pumpkin 74c 10 c O Gibbs 3lbStriug Beans 8j6c 12 C O Gibbs 3lb Gooseberries 8 C 12 c O Gibbs 3lb Pears 15 C 2oc Gibbs 2lb Red Cherries per can 8 C I2C Griffins Cal Peaches 23 C 35C Griffins Cal Apricots 23 C 35C Griffins Cal Pears 27 C 35C Griffins Royal A Cherries 27 C 35C Griffins Sliced Cal Peaches 25 C 35C Willow Cal Apricots per 177ac 25c 0WillowWebsters 3lb Yel Peaches 12 c isc 0Pie Peaches 3lb can 8 C IOC 0 3lb Can Standard Tomatoes per can71hc2- 1b Can Banner Corn per canHH7 c 2lb Can Country Gentleman Corn per can9 c U Caraja Coffee 123 and 4lb cans sale price 20 C lb regular price 25C Q Q Coeffe 319 can only per can sale price 73 C regular price 85c St Nicholas Coffee 3lb cans only per can sale price 88 C regular price 100 White House Coffee 12 and 3lb cans sale price 30 C regular price 35C OUR SPECIAL Bulk Coffee sale price 16 C regular price 2oc Royal Bulk Coffee sale price 123 C regular price rye 10 BARS LENOX SOAP FOR 30 Royal Baking Powder rIb can 40 C Ricer per ib 754 CII Faust Maccaroni ilb carton 8 C Bakers Chocolate per lb 35 Best N Y Cream Cheese per lb20 C D In addition to the above named articles all Hardware Guns Pocket and Table C tleryin fact everything that you need at a greatly reduced price- D during this sale- Remember the TermsSpot Cash Remember the PlacePerrYBiiildin Remember the TimeNOWJ N In PARRISH BRADLEY V vJINCP E in 1InKYdJ1c = 3 lt if t I l t r Hot Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS av 4 SO THEY ALL SAY J but we want YOU to come alsothen you willsay it too Noth I ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Coffee at our fountain 1 h Martin Cook Drug Company i RUFUS RASTUS JOHNSTON BROWN WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN 1 BUY A HEATER F- ROMHUSH ON THE CORNER To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0as we have a direct wire to this L point Try us once and I am sure our quicK service and politeness will bringeo you back The quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoria BOTH PHONES Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHIManager I I f jr The Capitol of the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Does nt this seem to show that it would be afgood paint for you to use t Send for Sample Cards Baber Reeves- No y J 9 E Broadway IFo IJGra ho hones Kodaks I Ir1 Paints r Ie Stationary andsx y Toilet Articles I y to ego i 2- HET- iWinchesterDrugCo STORE OF QUALITY tIP4l w S r r 1 i r vff f 1j j I i d r h i L f 4r rr Fwr THE WINCHESTER NEW f TIE WIHdESTER NEWS- An Independtnt HtwspaHr y byI Ct I Incorporated i Office South Main Street DaIlY Except Sunday r jEktored at the Winchester Post Of 1 Ice as mail matter of the second class r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 One week x 10 I Payable at office or to collector every week t Mail Delivery year 300 vJSfac months 150 One month a 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES Disnlay Per Inch i One time any edition 25I Three times within one we k 50 One week continuously 101 One calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 AFour weeks three times a week 180 Pour weeks two times a week 120 Four Weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per cent 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7y2et Pure reading news headings 156 New Phone No 91EFRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1908 f THE TOBACCO SALE l Thesale of the pooled tobacco by the Bjarley Tobacco Society to the American Tobacco Company viir bring joy to many thousands of farmers anilr Business men throughout the BlueJcfrass It is the most important deal that liasa occurred in Kentucky for a longYe From 12000000- Ii to14t involvedsin he tr insaftion For several days expBata1011j1tt1n point because ff the reported negotiations r for tlie deai It is a wonderful victory for thec organized farmer It shows him his cooperatlollyitlmany years the workingmen in the cities have organized and compelled better wages from the great capital ist But not until this movement have the farmers been even measur ably successful in attempts at co operationoThe farmers have suffered keenly because of this fight The larger part jpf two crops of tobacco has been pooled and one entire crop has been cut out But for the cordial support of the banks of this section the Society would never have been JIable to carry the fight to such a con elusion After an understanding that it is- to grow another crop in 1909 it Jias disposed ofa pool of over 80 I 000000 pounds of tobacco at prices dfare in excess of that prevailing at r jthe time the Burley Society was organized For the first time in the history of the tobacco growing in- Idustry in the white burley district the grower has had a voice in fixing the price pf his product He has suc cesfully asserted his independence and brought a powerful monopoly to= 1 terms The sale means much to Clark j county and this section Hundreds 4of thousands of dollars are tied up r in Clark county The sale means easier money here and better busi ness conditions The Burley dis tract Qf Kentucky would never haveI known there was a financial panic on during the past year if it had not been for our tobacco troubles The tobacco is the great ready money itrtcaused untold suffering to hundreds 4sands5A bumper crop will probably be grown next year Every acre of land that can be handled will be put into tobacco That is the invariable Grille when high prices prevail in any product Burfa can The prestige of success crowns its b anduthe matter is judged in cold blood Ahe farmer will begin to figure his returns from the pool If he has nade good money the Bury Society vwJJlgpion iere anot efceause for gratifi cationto all goCfr citizens The sale 1S 5 Tvill have a tendency to put a stop io the iik ht riding outrages Peace will lie tobaccobdistrict The leaders of the Burley V Society have carried to a successful s conclusion the biggest enterprise- t ever undertaken by farmers The leaders are law abiding men They know that the evidence that Chas tak en place in Kentucky has not ad f vancedbut has really retarded thb r Success of the society In all their iiuture plans they should figure tol C ooperatevwith law abiding men on u0 i Jryrt i Y ivt every walk of life to see that peace is maintained in the Blue GrassM We congratulate the Society on it- ssuss so fart But the critical per itftLis now jsi hand If the money ia handled expeditiously if the farmer receives promptly what is coming to him if he has realized a profit for his long sacrifice the organization willbe a permanent one GREAT AUDIENCE AT THE FIRST BAPTIST 1x1 Many Are Turned Away Thursday Night Special Service on Sunday rteThere were a hundred or more turned away at the revival services at the First Baptist church Thurs day nirht There was great interest- in the sermon of Dr J W Porter and two additions were made to the church There will be services the rest of the week and on Sunday a- sifecialsetvI e for men and boys at 3 p m Dr Porters text was Adam Where Art Thou Gen 39 He said in part When Adam had sinned his first thought w s to hide from God in the dense shadows of the trees Sm spells shame and shame loves dark ness It is a notable fact that most of the sins of the world are comitted in the night time Many sinful pleasures and tragic crimes are perpetrat in the darkness When God Asked Question When Godasked Adam this question immediaSely began to make excuses for himself There was at least one comemndable thing ill the devil and that is that he did not make any excuse for his part in the sinful transaction He was both more devilish and more manly than Adam You willnote that this was a personal question Where art thouV must stand or fall on our own merits and every man shall be judged according to his own works Ob serve alsoTthat the question is where art thou Not where have you been jor where are you going but your present situation The past isa sealed book the future is not yet written therefore we ate shut up to- tite present So far as the forgives of sins is concerned the past is immaterial to God Strongest Recommendation Your sins constitute your strongest recommendation to your Saviour Christ paid for our sins with his own blood and is therefore entitled to them All that Christ left in this world was his blood There are those who try to hide under the shadow of others It is quite common to hear I would join the church if there were not so many hypocrites in it Who ever heard ofa bus iness man saying I am going to ouit my business because there are so many hypocrites engaged in the same business This would cost them some money and therefore they refuse to act so foolishly If all other people on earth were hypocrites I have seen enough religion in my mother to cause me to forever be sieve in Christ Shadow of Intellect Many too try to hide under thc shadow of their intellects If I could only understand it No mor tal ever understood the plan of sal vation How the blood of Crhist cleanses from all sin I knownot but I have felt the fact in my own life I bid you then come from out the shadows of selfand sin and into the clear light of his everlasting love In coming to him the shadows shall be lifted from your soul and the darkness will disappear Move for ward the light burns to shine STOCK YARDS Mr Will Pace shipped 1 carloadof cattle froth the Farmers and Ship pers Stock Yards to Cincinnati ThursdayMessrs R eese and Robb shipped from the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards to Cincinnati Wednes day a car load of cattle b COLORED COLUMN Grand Rally and reopening of Clarks M E Church Sunday November 22 We invite all the pastors and their congregations to be with us Order of Services Preaching at 11 a m 230 p m and 730 p m RevP T Garviri of Paris KyM in the morning Rev H W Simmons of Lexington in the evening at 230 Rev D R Hickman of Lexington that night at 730 Epworth League at 6 30 Miss D S E Tyler president Sunday School at 930 J H Har scSuperintendent 7 S C TURNER P C J1 175t jrt rG T x rr J Jr SKETCH OF SOCIETY I Continued on Page 8 oath bound societ t which so an crered the delegates and visitors pres ent that speaker was almost hiss ed from the platform and Mr L B Cockrell a prominent farmer of this county offered a resolution red hot for law and order and condemning such speeches which was unanimously adonted Executive Committee It was atthis meeting that an Ex ecutive Committee with power to act while the District Board was not sitting was created composed of C LeBus Chairman C S Williams of Versailles G W McMillan of Fal- mouth S T Prewitt of Winchester and J R Bascom of Sharpsburg This was thefirst meeting which Mr LeBus attended Immediately after the meeting the Executive Committee raised funds for carrying on the campaign bv signing their names to a note thus making themselves individually liable for a considerable loss in case of failure From then until the first of Januarv the whole district was wild with excitement find enthusiasm Secretarv Swain had come back to workand with assistant Secretary Beekner and the office force which consistedof one stenographer in 1 ose days and such other helpjers as would volunteer chief amongst whom was Miss Alice Jett stenogra pher for the Winchester Commer cial Club were kept busy issuing circular letters for the newspapers andarranging date S for speakers in every precinct in every county iri the district A Dramatic Moment Next to the present moment of victory the most dramatic moment in the societys history is the night of the count on January 1st 1907 As each county was called its chairman stepped forward arid gave his total acreage pledged turned ovei his pledges and made suchother statements as he thought proper Then the count was made All of this took place in the parlor of the Brown Proctoria but the result was an nounced in the Elks Lodge Rooms about an hour afterwards and created a scene of hilarity and enthusiasm never to be forgotten It was found that 54pelt seacured and the news flashed over the district Subsequent History The subsequent history has most ly to do with working out of business details for the conduct of this huge affair and no man not intimately connected with it all stn conceive of the labor and the genius expended At the Januarymeeting C LeBus was elected president for the year 19 OJj and Lucjlen Beckner secretary and Mr R B Thomas of Scott coun tv adfled to the Executive Commit tee They pooling of the crop to be grown was arranged for Pretty soon it became evident that a large offce and warerooms for samples wodldbe necessary and in the then condition of the treasury it ehoved the society to make such arrangements if possible that woud require the least expenditure on their part At this point it was decided to see if any of the larger cities iii the State wanted headquarters badly enough to offer the needed facilities free of charge In this race Louisville Cincinnati MaY sville Lexing ton and Winchester entered Commercial Club Winchester seemed on the verge of losing her prominence when her ex cellent Commercial Club stepped for ward and made arrangements to fur nish the needed offices and ware rooms and the Board by a safe ma jority decided finally to locate here for all time The next step taken of genaral in terest was the decision to cut out the 1908 crop On this the Board was nearly unanimous one or two hesitating because of the proportion of the attempt Its success is now a matter of history It led to some violence in a few places in the dis trict that in the minds of those who did not distinguish between the law less fellows who were night riding and the law abiding business organization the Burley Tobacco Society created a feeling of hostility which it is evident now that the Society never merited Mr Brooks Secretary In January 1908 Mr G A Brooks of Mason county was elected Secretary in place of Mr Beckner who resigned Mr Brooks had for some time past had charge of the warehouse for samples and he brought into the society a thorough business training that has been available To him is due the credit of the creation of the system of bookkeeping by which every hogshead of each crop and its contents is kept track of and the various shares of its various owners determined at a glance office force now numbers about 30 and the furtiiture is the most mod em quite different from the letter file made of a soap box with which Secretary Beckner begun the bus mess a4 t io 5 cr t e t lr r oi 1t 1 GENERAL CASTLEWAN v SUSTAINS tt AY Y LOSS Four Large Barns On Stock Farm Destroyed By Fire Caus lug 25000 Damage HARRODSBURG Ky Nov 20 Cilfton Stock Farm at Shaker town four miles from Harrodsburg owned by General John B Castle man of Louisville suffered a discs = hous fire shortly after six oclock last evening Four large stock barns were entirely consumed en tailing a loss approximated at twen tyfive thousand dollars One of the barns was a very large one and was built by the Sharers in 1815 It was said to have been onA of the finest stock barns in the State There were many fine horses in the barns but they were all gotten out in safety Provender harness vehicles and all kinds of farming implements were burned General Castleman who is at Clifton Farm says there was insurance of about 4000 on the barns but none on the contents which makes his loss a severe one It is not known how the flames originated General Castleman stat ed that he had not sold Clifton Farm to a Nicholasville man as has been reported OPERA USE The success of Tempest and Sunshine last season was the talkof the theatrical profession and theat playISmes noted book The stage mount ing which W F Mann has given the play and the excellent company which he has engaged fOr this sea son will no doubt eclipse the financial results of last season Tempest and Sunshine will be seen at the Winchester Opera House matinee and night on November 27 STANtON ITEMS W H Fawkner has sold his stock Of merchandise to A J Martin and will move to Thompson Station where he will engage in the same businessW Townsend has been mag istrate in Powell county long enough to raters a family of seven children and as magistrate ha has performed the marriage ceremony of six of them and expects to do so for the seventh Mt Carmel Church Sundaymorning be held in the interest of the Chris tian Womens Board of Missions Some of the workers will be pres ent to explain the work and organ ize an auxiliary if desired They earnestly request all mebmers to be present SPECIAL MEETING FOR MEN AND BOYS Dr Porter Will Deliver His Sermon The Great Supper of Death Dr J W Porter of Lexington will deliver his famous sermon Sunday at 3 p m at the First Baptist church on The treat Supper boysYThis oration is said to be the most powerful discourse ever deliv erred to a body of men All men and boys are invited to attend AGAIN ON DUTY Mr W A Butsch of this city has again resumed his duties as ex press messenger of the Adams Ex press Company after a few months vacation His headquarters are now fin Cincinnati MANY ACCIDENTS Special to The News CHICAGO Nov20Seven track rnudowngrangeJ lalled0ilhig morning J TWELVE WORKMEN KILLED BROOKLYN New York Nov 20 Twelve workmen were killed by an explosion of a gas main in a forty foot excavation on Front street High dirt walls toppled over on the men and the water mains also burst J P Humphries has fruits and Tjfaceries at lowest prices Prompt delivery Phone 118 home Call and be convinced 36 N Main street 1 il20Gt f 1 J JS Would You Like iStft Overcoat 1 L1he The mighty Fine Overgarment suitable for time day night style that will fashionable next year now We showing them great riety colorings 15OO 3500 We are showing the new shades inrthe Stetson Hats including Nile Green and other popular colorings 35- 0RuiardStewartCo j DO YOJc Do You Go To Blacksmiths Shop to your watch fixed no not likely because he is not prepared attend to your wantsThen why dont you come to a shoe store when you want shoeswe prepared Because have largest assortment shown by any store can give you heavy shoes roughusage can give you medium weight or light shoes street and dress We can give you a broad shoe your broad foot or can give youu a narrow shoe your slim foot Our prices lowest our shoes best Soft Soles for Women with Tender Feet McCord Smith Phillips BOWLING ALLEY SMITH cl RATLIFF Y J Finest In the Blue Grass THREE THOUSAND FEET of moving pictures will be given at the Opera House Saturday night First show begins promptly at 730 second 815 Admission 10 cents ll192t proprietors of the Brown Pructoria Shop ns a call SMOOT ZING I1174t J 41t A a ii ry 7 7i 7 V t It is a all wear or a be as P are in a va of to v r J a have to are we the we for we for for we for are the are the fJ New Barber Give T The Terror of the Meter With a family of halfgrown chit dren it is often difficult to keep the gas bills within reasonable limits We hit upon the plan of sending each child to look at the meter while the gas was burning The steady tick tick tick a the indicator moved around the dial Impressed upon their minds the idea that burning gas is burning moneys and a decided improvement shown Harpers Bazar sK J Jj A J t Ii 1rJmj t k tf j f THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paa FM I J sQqIEr Y I ReceptionsTerrace Sill 1 the beautiful home of Mrs Henry Phillips was resplendent with many exquisite plants surd huge chrysanthemums Wednesday afternoon in honor of her guests Queen Wilhelmina of Holland and the attractive ladies of the court The whole lower floor of this love lyl1omewas thrown open to the pleasure of the guests and we can say that the Queen has never received more royal entertainment than this since coming to this beau tiful country andespecially to the Bluegrass i Mrs Phillips gowned in an ex quisite black robe of rare old lace assisted by Mrs John M Hodg ink gowned in a magnificent rai ment suitable for the Queen of Hol and and the court ladies Mrs James M Pickrell Mrs Carrie Buckner Mrs Wentworth Misses Anna Croxton Christie Milam and Sara Beverly Jouett gowned in a manner befitting tho follow ers of the Queen received the guests in the drawing room Mr Theodore Phillips was dressed as a Dutch boy and was the only man present hence was courted considerably by all the ladies After paying tribute to the feueen and her court the guests we- wherea e shown into the dining room sumptuous Dutch lunch was seyved on Dutch dishes bv Dnich girls turing the afternoon Mrs F B Wentworth favored the assembly with a Dutch song which was t greatly enjoyed She is a lady of dare talent and the musical selection so charmingly rendered was a treat indeed AIl w were delighted with the entertainment and the Queen and her followers made themselves so r charming that all expressed a desire ii J j to keep them here always It may DOtbeawe would be entertained at court but it is the envy ofL the world Among those who were present are Mesdames Ella Bonn savall Maurery iof Williamsburg Wylie Poyntei J W Poynter John Hodgkin Mrq Carrie Buckner J M Pickrell William P French George Prewi tv Qippie Sympson Dave Matlack John Reese Charlie Rees O Chandler Ed Clark John Worth of New York City Ed Jouett F B Wentworth George Kohlhass Will Garner Ed Mitchell Nannie Dudley Hampton Bush James Winn C E Lyddane D Goff M T McEldowney Frank Jackson Ray Patterson Jack Mc Cord Rodes Viley Thomas Rob inson Hart Robinson N K Foster Will Gay Stanley Prewitt M Browne Joe Martin C Vaught Cantier Marcus Bean George Hon French Evans Byrd Hodgkin Ben Curtis Ben Crutcher Holloway John Bean Joe Brown George Proctor Will Massie Misses Sara Beverly Jouett Lutie Simbrough Katherine and Theo Nelson Julia Graves Sue Buckner Mary Belle Field Miller Lena Bratton Stanley Jackson Nannie Bowden Lizzie Taylor Martha Rye Annie and Lelia Croxton r Euchre anouFortytwo Two of tHe most attractive Club entertainments ever given here were those of Mrs George Green Wednesday afternoon and evening at her home on Maple street The house is beautifully arranged for entertaining and was thrown open and elaborately decorated for the occasion with white chrysan themums in the drawing room a color scheme of pink and white in the dining room and green in the hall Everywhere were lovely plants and brilliant lights which r iTHAND WROUGHT BRASS Ik j We have just received a nice line of Candle Sticks Smoking Sets Fern Dishes Desk Sets Book Racks and a number of other pieces all in HAND Wrought Brass They make most delightful Christmas or wedding presents t r I I FC OWEN Jeweler and Optician I ART S TURNBULL i ILadies ate Selecting Cloaks Suits Skirts for Fall and Winter now r Our Goods are the very Latest Styles and Designs inall Colors Per feet in Fit andServiceability We carry a full and complete line of the very latest in Silks and Dress Goods Come in and see what we have You s are always welcome 4IArtis 8r TurnbulL Baseball Season Presidential Election CHRISTMAS lBALDWIN BROS k o j t fk ht J S J S J The fans have had their fun the politicians theirs and now comes our turn THE HOLIDA YS Do you realize how close to hand they are It is just the right time now for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full of Goods We are readyits play Cone be the first to NewI yourseTectionl Avoid the JEWEL AND OPTIGIANS iIJJII I J 1 jt 7 TI added much to the attractive scene The guests were received in the- hall by J rsGreen in a handsome gown of delicate pink She was assisted in entertaining the Euchre Club intlre afternoon by Mrs Bruce P Duty and Mrs John Clel land After the games an elabo rate lunch was served Amoag those present were Mesdames John Clfilland William Massie Lucien Beckner George Clark John T H 0 Rear Henry Hall J W Ishmael Taliaferro Beckner Susan G Anderson Ogden Ciutcher Har ry StroEsman Roll Katliff Charles Parrish Harry Strother Frank Johnson Curtis Evans Sam Jeff ries Harvey Franklin Mark Don ovan G Lee Wainscott Oscar Johnson Tom Bradley Harry Al len C E Gibbens Flynn Rand Baldwin N K Foster O R Vena ble John M Jenkins Misses Ella Pendleton Ruth Scott of Lexington Allan Crutcher and Kate Hunt In the evening the hostess received in her charming way the couple Fortytwo Club She was assisted in entertaining by Mrs John M Jenkins At the conclu sion of the games an elegant meat course was served Amon those present were Dr and Mrs Ogden Crutcber Mr and Mrs Whitcomb Mr and Mrs Har ry Strossman Drand Mrs George Clark Mr and Mrs Henry Thompson Mr and Mrs W S Massie Mi and Mrs J Smith Hayes Mr and Mrs Lucien Beckner Mr and Mrs Maurice Miller Mr and Mrs G Lee Vainscott MIand Mrs Charles Parrish Mr and Mrs Bruce Duty Mr and Mrs M T McEldowney Mr and Mrs J M Jenkins and Mrs J H McNeill Tournament Postoned The Basket Ball Tournament and musicale which was to have been held at the College this evening at 730 has been postponed until tomorrow SaturdayeveninK o PERSONALS Miss Kate Payne of Paynes Do ot is the attractive guest of her sis ter Mrs Wm H French Mrs Colon of Louisville is the guest of Dr and Mrs Henry Nun nelley v Mr Phirl Colter of Louisville is in town Miss Jane Gaitskill has returned home after a visit in Owingsville Mrs June Hunter and children of Danville are guests of Mrs R B HunterMr Quisenberry left Tues day on a prospecting tour through the West Miss Rebecca Gaitskill is the guest of Miss Florrye Smith Mrs Fred Cramer of Lexington is the guest of Miss Otie Stevenson Mrs C R West and daughter Miss Norma have returned from a visit in Portsmouth Ohio Mr Robert Taylor of Pine Grove returned home Thursday from Owingsville where he has been hunting Mrs Ed Grubbs was in MtSter ling Thursd ay night for Mrs Harry Hoffmans reception given in honor of Mr and Mrs Robert Coleman Mrs W D Rash returned to her home in Lexington Thursday af ter a few days visit to her moth er Mrs John Oden Miss Alice Lloyd is in Lexington Messrs Stuart Tracy and Claude Jacobs came up Thursday to hunt Mrs Waller Bean returned home Wednesday night after an extend ed visit in Kings City and Bur roughs Mo and Alexandria Neb She was accompanied home blMr and Mrs Liggett of who will spend the winter here Mrs R R Perry visited in Lex ington Thursday Dr J L Weber of Mt Sterling was in town Thursday Mr J W Glover formerly of this city but now of Grant county is visiting here Mr Watson Sudduth of Chicago qlMrsdaughter Lorine are visiting rela tives and friends in Paris Mrs Kglley Hash of Covington spent Wednesday night with Mrs L J Heiiry on south Main street Mr Haigis Hughes of Lexington is spending this week hunting with his cousin Mr Younger Osborne of the county Messrs Grover and Claude Sullivan are with relatives in Mason county and are enjoying thehunts ing f t 7 4 yrc f t Clifton Hv7j r E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a beau JinsfIpfPrintzess Coat NewYork I Misses and Ladies Sizes in PricesI tHat are sure to suit The Ladies of Winchester and Clark county are cordially invited to calland look over our New Stock We have the very latest in Silk and Dress Goods DRESS GOODS COTTONS i Big line of bordered dress goods novelty pat Unbleached cotton7I 4c quality your terns only one pattern to a suit 2 225 and choice 5c 250 per yard values your choice for 150 Bleached cottons 6C to 12a C BLANKETS All wool blankets for the cold snap all prices designsANDline of outing blankets per pair 150 COMFORTSSlumber robes in rich shades at all prices I FLANNENETTES VOILESt Flanneuettes and outing cloth for house r n dresses and house sacks for winter wear in all Regular clu ffon voiles with borders in white shades and some with beautiful Per 251scanGLOVES Our Gloves are Perrins The name itself is a sufficient guarantee to those who know Every pair of Gloves is fitted to the hand and guaranteed y Bargains in Soled Net Underwear Winter Weight jl AT Clifton B Rossto South Main St Winchester I ti r 3v Ig3 lOlO lIesizandG3gesizpair Mens Heavy Yarn Half Hose Big Heavy Comforts 100 kindat per pair 1t BlueE19c atExtrafancy covering both sides s y ork Shoes each 9ge worth 175 now t15 TanOuting ftf 7 e 1 d in 12 plainr 10or tIppedwth 175 now V Flannellets 12 c grade latest 8teLadies Fine Dress Shoes Off patterns at peryard 2 at JL fl I 100Pair Ladies Tan SHoes Lace 3OO to Close Out 198 Big Reduction Missess and Childrens Shoes I We are offering our 750Ladies Cloaks for r45O J AUouJilO Ladies Cloaks for 7 Our Cloaks for 998 Special Boys Corduroy Knee Pants 38c lLOOK FOR r THE STAR Mrs Sue V ivion home ThurSdayfrom a visit to Lexington Mrs Hart Robinson left Thursday for Louisville for ji few days Visit v t r j fJr L 1tJ 12 Next to the Winchester Co New proprietors of the Brown Proctoria Barber Shop Give us a call SMOOT KING ll174t I sjJ fkii t J A I J I on 1500 at returned Drug Sizes AllLrrl A FeIdJ I1DArsYS CANDIES m Divinity cream Plain cream always fresh at Kid jwells Drug store i119 =2t 3t555j 1fti7 t 1 r I c e s isVL r f3i ii l5 p 4s t y V Jf1r y vws yd jrileSix 1 tJJ r 1r evWIHCNESTER NEWS I P SYNOPSIS a inBantant relative Henry Wilton whom beI tnysteriouscityThepasstingerswith snake eyes which sends a thrill through Dudley Wilton postpones an ex planation of the strange errand Dudley is to perform but occurrences cause him to know it is one of no ordinary mean Ing Wilton leaves Giles in their room with instruction to await his return and enterV henrd aquarrelquest the roommates quickly exchange i HardJyfindsomemen He summons a policeman but they arc unable to find any trace of a crime CHAPTER III Giles returns to his thatmightdecipherby the presence of some one in his room toknowtheIntruderWilton and receives a note regarding money to he paid him t CHAPTER IV A Change of Name Heres your way sort said the po liceman turning to old City Hall as it was even then known and leading me to one of the inner rooms of the labyrinth of offices The policeman opened an office door saluted and motioned me to enter t Detective Coogan he said heres your man M Detective Coogan from behind his desk ncdded with the careless dig ntty of official position Glad to see you Mr Wilton he said affably J If I betrayed surprise at being called by Henrys name Detective Coogan did not notice it But I has rtened to disclaim the dangerous dlsu tinction MynameAt this announcement Detective Coogan turned to the policeman Just step into Morris icon Car i son and tell him Im going aip to the morgue Now he continued as the police man closed the door behind him this wont do Wilton Weve had to over look a good deal of course but you neednt think you can play us for suckers all the time But I tell you Im notOJ I began when he interrupted me You cant make that go here he said contemptuously And Ill tell you what Wilton I shall have to taker conicsb want to chip in on the old mans play of course especially as we dont know what his game is Detective Coogan appeared to regret this ad mission that he was not omniscient and went on hastily You know as anyfightnow that if you force a fight well make it so warm for him that hell have to throw you overboard to light en ship conveyedbyconfusion of metaphors If I persisted in claiming my own name and person I wa3 to be clapped into jail and charged with Heavenknowswhat namelrvastomy mJrid I wondered idly who the old man could be The note I had re ceived wus certainly in a ladys hand TBut if the lady was Henrys employer it was evident that he had ch alt with the police as the representative of a min of power necessitybt Oh well if thats the way you look at it Coogan I said carelessly its all right I thought it was agreed that we werent to know each other This was a chance shot but it hit Yes yes said the detective remember But you see this is seri Wous business Heres a murder on our hands and from all I can learn confoundedIWeve got to know where rwe stand or there will be the Old Nick to pay The papers will get hold of it and thenwell you re threeayears ago But you forget the old man I re turned The name of that potent Un t 4known seemed to be my only weapon in the contest with Detective Coogan and I thought this a time to try its force Not much I dont said Coogan i visibly disturbed But if it comes to ri a choice well have to risk a battle with him arjVWeU maybe were wasting time nvor a said I voicing my hope belongssomewhere t tome along to the morgue then V said he Where was he found I asKed as wo walked out of the City Hall V He was picked up at about three bLthe Hurricane Deck the waterfront saloon ti ft 1 tt t you know near the foot of Folsom StreetDetective Coogan asked a number of questions as we walked and in a few minutes we came to the under takers shop that served as the city morgueHere it is saId Coogan opening a door The low room was dark and chill and musty but its details started forth from the obscurity as he turned up the lights- Detective Coogans words seemed to come from a great distance as he said Here you see he was stabbed The knife went to the heart Here he was hit with something heavy and blunt but it had enough of an edge to cut the scalp and lay the cheek open The skull is broken See here I summoned my resolution and lookedDisfigured and ghastly as it was I recognized it It was the face of Henry Wilton The next I knew I was sitting on a bench and the detective was hold ing a bottle to my lips There take another swallow he said not unkindly I didnt know you werent used to it Oh I gasped Im all right now And I was able to look steadily at the gruesome surroundings and the dreadful burden on the slab Is this the man asked the de tectiveYes His nam- eDudleyJames Dudley I was not quite willing to transfer the whole of my identity to the dead and changed the Giles to James Was he a relative- I shook thy head though I could not have said why I denied it Then in answer to the detectives question I told the story of the scuffle in the alley and of the events that followed Did you see any of the men To recognize them I mean- I described the leader as well as I was ablethe man with the face of the wolf that I had seen in the lan ternflashDetective Coogan lost his listless air and looked at me in astonishment I dont see your game Wilton he saidIm giving you the straight facts I said sullenly a little disturbed by his manner and tone Well in that case Id expect you to keep the straight facts to your self my boy It was my turn to be astonished Well thats my lookout I said with assumed carelessness- I dont sep through you said the detective with some irritation If youre playing with me to stop this inquiry by dragging inwell we neednt use namesyoull find your self in the hottest water you ever struckYou can do as you please I said coollyThe detective ripped out an oath If I knew you were lying Wilton Id clap you in jail this minute Well if you want to take the risks I said smiling He looked at me for a full minute Candidly I dont and you know it he said But this is a stunner anyhowIa questionWell theres only one course open as I see he said with a groan Veve got to have a story ready for the papers and the coroners jury This was a new suggestion for me and I was alarmed You can just forget your little tale about the row in the alley he con tinued Theres nothing to show that it had anything todo with this man here Maybe it didnt happen- Anyhow just think it was a dream This was a waterfront rowtough- saloonkilled and robbed by parties unknown Maybe hell have you before the coroner for the identifica tion but maybe its better not 1 nodded assent My mind was too numbed to suggest another course The gray dawn was breaking through the chill fog and people were stirring in the streets as Detective Coogan led the way out of the morgue As we parted he gave me a curious look I suppose you know your own busi ness Wilton he said but 1 suspect youd be a sight safer if Id clap you in jail And with this consoling commentII he was gone and 1 was dawn of my first morning in San Francisco mind and body at the nadir of depression after the excitement and perils of the night To be Ch1tinU tlJJ Lostlouud for sale fo rent ad verise in the classified column of The News TH E NEWS by mail3ayear t r J i t t WE HAVE THEM yl Hunting Coats 9 Shot Guns AmmunitionfLoading Toolss Snot and Powder Puttee Leggins Army DucK Legins HigHTop Water Proof Lace Shoes and a Complete Assortment of Sporting Goods of all Kinds See Us Sportsmans Headquarters GRUBBS tU BENTON ON THE CORNERu You Cannot Answer These Questions lWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tempered to sit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the OhioRiver 0 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 o Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but lack ofeconomy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of lie1 b CF ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenne will tell you nil about it Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are U ELO1iI GAIETto j need good Furniture and we can supply it Our present assortment in eludes many attractive pieces of FINE FURNITURE suited to every room in the house Our stock is always complete alwaysinteresting WONT YOU LET US SHOW IT TO YOU I The Winn Furniture Co tMantels in the Latest Designs= have excellent represen tation in onr stock lackinghere staircasing newel posts and all the other neces saries and luxuries to evolve the house beauti ful from the bare struc yourlumber 11RThe Winchester News is delivered vy carrier at 10 cents per week y f 1r M1a r Peoples State Bank A CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business less than three years ago depresionsteady growth fro Jie start in the number ofourdepositor and in the volume ofour business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are coilVVv in ted to open an account with us Per sonal attenioj to all business J M HCbSKIN Cashier J L BROuft President L B COCKRELL Vice President v I r lr CapitalIooooo 1 Undivided Profits 160000 THE- WinchesterBanK I 08 WINCHESTERKYy t N H WITHERSPQON PRESIDENT W p 1 CASHIER r SOLI8ITSYOUR ACCOUNTS NEW- BaRery Firm We have opened up our Bakery in the Simpson Building 105 N Mill Stand are now ready to serve the publIo EVERY SATURDAY we will have on display a nice assortment of Layer and Plain Cakes Yeast and Salt Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cockies always on hand ErGoods delivered to any part of the city Give us a call WINCHESTER BAKERY NORTH BROS Props HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashier THE- Glark County National Bask IvmiN STREET Nlnebt8Jt l entak3 Capital 200000 Surplus 4 100000 UndividedProfite36000 JWOrgsntxed 1865 being the oldest Bud In city Collections made on all points and your ac ouuta solicited WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M 60 H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphys Store opp Court House CALL ON NELSON The Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339Co Coitaigiit Transfer and lee Crating Handling ami Hating FurInlt- ure Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Sir Both Phones I Calls for Much Work A champagne bottles toilet employs the bands 45 workmen1 i ift GIVE HIM THE SACK and if it be filled with our oats or any other kind of our matchless feed it will most be certainly ap preciated The stable that is well suppliedwith this firstclass feed will be a happy one for the horses qualitiesto all our customers in the mat ter of price we can undersell all competitorsThe ARTIN COAL 6 SUPPLY CO IVCOKPORATKn HAGANIGAS SIMPLE I RELIABLE ECONOMICAL I Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE MftI 00 INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY IIIAlways the samesome times better BrowilProoloriaWoodson Hotel The best in the State for the moneyIJi ivEE GILBERT 3BOTTO FOR j Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK m 43r t 1SS5 19OS THE BEST INSURANCEISTIIE CHEAPEST F you are not insured Find our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms Efore insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STET ISON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si Winchester Y f BECKNER BECKNER r Attorneys At Law r Winchester Ky PENDLE70N ELH BUSH t1 Attorneys At Lav 160 S Main St Winches T KVi tDRtNew phone 43 I Rcsidcrl tit51 vNMain St Winchester ty r t i j tr ii- y j r r THE WiNCHESTCR NEBPSevent I HORtICULTURE TREE SURGERY How p Preservationf askgood answer would be that it Is the practical application of dentistry to trees says Cement Age New York But this answer would not cover the many branches of the profession con sisting of trimming chaining packing scraping spraying and fertilizng Tree surgery is in fact an advanced devel opment of arboriculture Both fruit and shade trees are valued now as never before and the fact has become generally known that by skillful meth ods of the tree surgeon it is possible to give a new lease of life to trees which apparently had reached their limit of existence It is safe to say ageIthe many branches embraced in this work the cement filling forms by far the largest and most important part 1The practice of filling cavities with cement has long been in use but when carried out along the usual lines it only serves to add to the original trouble The method of sealing up the decayed section simply increased the decay Many examples may be seen where the bark at one side of the notwound As the cement did not strlc to the wood and the swaying of the tree by the wind often enlarged the crack Between the wood and the filling War penetrated behind the cement and decay went on even more rapidly than before The tree grows in girth by the de posit of a thin layer of new wood be Thereiredie one being composed of thin forming tissues known as the cambium The inner side of this layer forms new wood the outer new bark It ts this new layer and the layers of the four or five previons years that are known as the sapwood and form the active section of the trunk and branches The cells of these inner rIngs gradually covered by the yearly d positof new growth and from living sapwood become heartwood which is dead and serves merely as a strong framework for the living parts of the tree and as storehouses for excess ma terial This is often the reason why hollow trees may often be found in a flourish Ing condition when the heartwood may have entirely disappeared However a landscape tree in this condition deprived of the shelter of its fellows is In grave danger for a high wind or a heavy snowfall may find it an easy victim After the mass of decay has been re moved from the interior of a rotting r trunk there remains a shell of living sapwood and bark Into this cavity a steel brace is inserted and bolted in This gives to the tree a sta 1bility which by the decay of the sup porting heartwood it had lost Now 4 comes an important operation the cut ting of the watersheds which prevent the entrance of moisture The water sheds consist ofa deep groove cut about an inch inside the edge and opening to the ground below The ce went being packed tightly into these s grooves forms a channel down which the wateV flows to be led out at the base The cavity is then wired throughout the wire being stretched from nails driven into the wood and acting as reenforcing for the cement This work having been completed the cement is made as moist as possible and then built out into the origina outline of the tree The bark which has been cut back for an inch or so i order to prevent bruising while the work is in progress will eventually cover the filled in wound the tree thus regaining its normal appearance- In the base of exceptionally large cavities the opening is covered b large strips zinc The cement i then forced down into every crevice and allowed to set after which the zinc is removed and a coat of fine finishing cement put on and painted the color of the bark By this method the tree surgeon is enabled to build out where fully half the wood may rhave been destroyed by lightning or from some other cause This treat ment serves as a fine example of the healing powers of nature for it is re markable how quickly these wounds will heal when protected from moist ure and further decay by the cement filling insured by the watersheds ORCHARD AND GARDEN i iWe need a tomato that will ripen its fruit Ina short time so as to accom modate itself to the short season of the northern states A tomato is needed that will produce fruit for a month before It is caught by the frost High fertilization is said to accomplish wonders in the way of variation ofplantsAfter frosts cut off asparagus insectsIble manure for protection and fertility If you would make your home at tractive have qn orchard or fruit gar den The man who plants trees gets sameJtime Y fl t i 1f J b I WASH THE CALF PAIL Health of Young Animals Demands Strict Cleanliness A New York dairyman recently wrote to an eastern farm paper A feed pail that Is not licked clean will get sour and germs will give the calf the bellyache He does not say he depends upon the calf to wash Its own pall but that is the inference This is a dangerous procedure Raising healthy calves by hand demands absolute cleanliness A calf can not lick a pall clean enough to be germ proof The pail should be washed dally In soapy water especial attention being given to the seams scalded with boiling water and turned right side up in the sun to dry and air Moreover a calf should never be al lowed to lick Its pail nor drink milk from the open bucket in the usual greedy fashion Imitate nature as closely as possible Provide a calf feeder whereby the youngster draws its food through an imitation teat at tached to a pall set on a slplf about two feet from the ground Neither calf nor human should ever drink milk rapidly or in large gulps says the Farmers Voice A swallow of milk on reaching the stomach is immediately curdled by the peptic fer ment into a ball If these cheesy chunks are small they are digested with ease and safety Milk swallowed rapidly in large quantities curdles into one large mass the digestive juices at tack it with difficulty the stomach works overtime to get it into shape for assimilation and often goes on a strike when the innocent bystanderthe drinker gets hurt All the annoyance of teaching a calf to drink from a pail with her head down and all the bother of fooling with hungry butting ob streperous young heifers is avoided by setting the feeding pall on a shelf on this sWe the fence while the calf im bibes us nourishment from the other side through a tube feeier run through a hole tn the fence This Is the moet successful foster mother It these rules are followed calves will not have scours If you are aiming high It pays to take pates THE FARM NEUd SHEEP They Are Great Ret owt a ell UM Soli Try a Few A farmer who hes long be to keep ing sheep and has observed their hab- Its of feeding says Sheep are oftentimes spoken of as a nuisance by some people but wise beingwornout farmsand eren call them fertility eonMTerS They are the latter and more too The life and habits of sheep make them not only comservefe of fer tility but distributors of it where most needed If gtrea aiz opportunity Though sheep are averse to water and always seek an elevation for their resting place they do like the succulent growth even through it be weeds found in the lowland of a field or pasture which has been enriched by washings from the higher sur rounding land These two peculiarities of sheep once came under very particular ob servation When I turned some into a clover field they at once sough- out the spots where the clover did not catch and eagerly devoured an weeds or pigeon grass that had take possession of the spaces They then sought the weeds and succulent grass in the low places and runs in the fields leaving the clover on the high land where most needed to enrich the soil untouched only touching this grass when practically everything else had been eaten More than this when night cam the sheep sought the higher portions of the field for their resting place and their droppings there deposited the fertility gathered during the day from the lower land thus conveying back what had been washed away through the process of nature and cultivation A farm upon which sheep are kept ought to be not only fertile but also dne sired condition Farms are very few which cannot with profit keep sheep Exchange CATCHERI fosr or This sketch shows a handy device for holding hogs of all sizes from pigs up to old vicious sows This is use ful when y o u want to ring their noses mark them trim their teeth or operate in any other way says Farm and Home Make the frame of twoinch s t rIp and have the up right bars about three feet long the lever about five feet long Whe the pigs are onqp caught a pin insert ed behind the lever holds It close so that it will keep them in place This arrangement may be set in a lane or shoot where the hogs will go into It readily without disturbance Watch Your Horse Always be on the lookout for accI- dents even with the most trusty of morses Remember that the horse is a powerful animal A little misstep or a sudden fright may ruin the ani mal for the rest of its life Regardless of the extra cost of ex Ifithefeed t I o j yl 5 Rawlinsr Store wants to sell you your Lard Cans Meat Grinders Butcher Knives Also your Husking Gloves Come tosee me T C RAWLINS TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows- O O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 11 57 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 pm No 24 Daily 925 p m 0 O WESTBoUND No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 855 a m No 83 Daily 11 59 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 6 27 p m No 31 Daily 1109 p m L N NORTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 82 Daily 250 pm No 28 Daily Ex Snnday 488 p m L E EAST BOUND STo 2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m No 4 Daily 818a m L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 91211m No 3 Daily 520p m LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2j No 4r IDailyStations Lv Lexington 225 735 Winchester 3 05 813 L E Junction 3 20 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton u 358 910 Campion Junction 430 938 Natural bridge 435 x43r Torrent 447956 Beattyville June 5101rAthol 537 10 45 0 K Junction 605 1115 ArJackson 610 1120 Nol No31 No5 Westbound IDailylDaily11Sun y AMI PMAM 700tunc Athol 40 2 ate r 730 754nTorrent 7 30 341 315 Natural Bridge 745 551 825 Campton Junc 748 3 828 Stanton 815 4261 8 54 Clay City 825 902 L E June 900 507 934 Winchester 9 12 520 946 11025eTHE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos f and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Cainpton Junction Trains Nosl 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos 2 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Kv and way stationsW MDOWELL Wl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf MtK IS FLOODED With Burning Whisky When Warehouses Go Up In Smoke Louisville Ky Nov 11 Two warehouses of the Tom Moore Dis stilling company at Bardstown in which were stored 15000 barrels ot whisky were burned entailing a loss to the firm of about 400000 fuuy governmentnIs 750000 Bardstown the oldest town in the state and the place where Louis Philippe of France spent many days on his trip to America boasts but one fire engine but aided by the townspeople who formed bucket brigades it managed to save a third warehouse and the distillery itself A creek which runs by the plant was flooded by the burning liquor Head of the House We have to take married life as we find it and today one of the most fruitful sources of discord Is the strug glen for supremacyCourt Journal fcS i tlr I THEI WINCHESTER1 NEWSThe Advertising Medium in Clark County Now is the 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 tHe buyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every week 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 was started estimated that a 1000 circulation by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the markThe Fall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read the News every evening The people who have money on theruralroutes of Clark get the News ev ery morningAdvertise in THE NEWS and be abreast of the times t f5e WINCHESTER NEWS COINCORPORATED t I t 4 c ci y 3 i Fp 1 r t t caI rhr Jc 1- I t 4i t 4I Pace fcwfti f = THE WINCHESTER NEWS iL71 We carry all Good Things that are necessary i jto Make Your Reception or d Card Party a Success J Champignons French Peas Imptd Spanish Peppers Lobster and Potato Chips 1 1InsureYour Good a Time By Buying Your Fancy Groceries from a STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Powder i t Sole for Red Cross Prices lardapd Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas1 Huylers Candy BURLEY SOCIETY Continued from page one t more than a mill fn dollars as their therf Burley Societys in the big tdeal consummated yesterday at Y ifjr Louisville The farmers of Mason have stood the pool Few of them have been pinched financially and all have cheerfully planted other crops to take the place of their usualsta pIe All the growers and businessmen are pleased with what the farmers say is a straight outandout s victory for them 750000 WILL GO TO- BOURBON BROWERS PARIS Ky Nov 20 Great rei joicing is evidenced on every hand by farmer banker and merchant alikesat the sale of the Burley tobac co The deal means the distribuiiiolv of three quarters of a million dol las to Bourbon farmers auftwit I make the approaching holiday trade one of the best in years JESSAMIf ES SHARE WILL BE ABOUT 97000 NICHOLASVILLB Ky Noy 20 Jessamine county willreceive about 97000 as her share of the price received for the pooled tobacco sold to American Company yesterday The Burley So ciety 1ms in the pool from this coun ty 325000 pounds of the 1906 crop and 190000 pounds of the 1907 crop Of the latter 100000 pounds has not been prized BATHS SHARE IS 480000 SHARPSlBUEG Ky Nov 20r The purchase of the pooled tobacco crops by the American Tobacco Com pony means the distribution of about x in cash in Bath county Fifty per cent of this amount has been receivcdby the growers as ad iitices on their crops and the re comes at a time when it was most needed by the farmers who h iiti Kuifeied considerabe damage iron the drtmth and Avho have raise 1 no fubaceo this year 7 i Gnri RESSNiArJELECT DISCUSSES THE SALE GEOGGFTOWX Ky Nov 20 Congressr rclect J C Campbell in an ntr icw last night said thai the sale of the 100i and 1907 crows jy the Btulcy Tobacco Society Avhtirti grades aic considered is about the price at vlikh the Society has been holding the icspective crops and that ho believes that in the main the consummation of the deal will be satisfactory to those whose tobac co is included Asked about the price as compared with that of tobacco before the pool was effected he said Ten Year Average 6 t z Cents The average for all crops in the Burley district for the ten years pre ceding the crop of 1906 was 6 to Gy2 cents all round the lowest grades running as low as two cents the highest to sixteen f Mr C81rill would give no expres sion ivs to the future of the tobacco industry or the continuation of the Society ayiti that his personal oninion would have no bearing and would in fact be guesswork He is president of the Kentucky Society of Equity the present organ izatipn for the purpose of propo randa as to the advantages of co Deration of farmers but has not iheia Office in the Tobacco Society rwhichwas organized for the express purpose of advancing the prices of Iburley tobacco fOOTBALL GAME IS OFF The game that was to have been played at Lexington Sat Turday between Transvlvania Univer sity DuKentucky Wesleynn College hiss been called off by the University team and will not be played Thy cause ofthe game being called 15 not known f le i Ii n Asparagus Tips Maraschino Cherries Salted Almonds Mints of All- Kinds and Colors Guests Dynamite i agents FlpOr holdings loyalty by the Tobacco 180000 mainder football I THE MARKETS 1 bATTLE STEADY AND QUIET AT CINCINNATI CINCINNATI 0 Nov 19Re eeiptsLaid shipments of live stock at the Cinciiinsiti Union Stockyards today were SheepReceiptsShipments 270 1731 Cattle Steady and quiet at yes terdays prices shipers 475565 extra 575585 butcher steers extra 5510 good to choice 435 490 common to fair 325345 heifers extra 4605475 good to If6iee 3405450 common to fair 2753 75 cows extra 42555 456 35O415jou mon to fair 150325 cm andris o85a 50extra h360 fat bulls 3405375 railcli cows steady Calves Extra 6757 fair to good 525650 common and large 6 cut 625 Hogs Opened active and 510chigher selected heavy shippers 6 605 good to choice packers and butchers 5906 mixed packers 525590 stags 3475 dom mon to choice heavy fat sows 350 5 E45 light shippers 470515 Prime selected 40 lbs and up 525 pigs 110 Ibs and less 37577 465 Sheep Steady extra 350 good to choice 3340 common to fair 1275 Lambs Steady extra 3 50 good to choice 5540 common to fair 13505475 CHICAGO MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 19CattleRe ceipts about 22000 weak to lOc lower Beeves 320740 Texans 3405440 westerners 310570 stockers and feeders 2504GO cows and heifers 150ooOO Cal yes 5500750 HogsReceipts about 38000 i lOc higher Lijrht 510o575 mixed 525595heavy 525600 rough 525tft 545 good to choice heavy 5455 600rs 275 1510 bulk of sales 560p85 Sheep Receipts about 120000 market steady Native 3405450 western 240410 yearlings 400475 lambs 375 rayiSig western C3r5n 615 WHEAT STLL HIGHER IN CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGO f Nov 19Bull leaders supported the wheat market today and demand from this source to gether with buying by cash houses openingLiverpool At the start prices were Unchanged to 14c lower but ad vanced about 1kc during the early trading December advanced to 1 03 ri 51 03 gbat1031010314Rangeof Futures The leading futures ranged as fol lows WHEAT Open High Dec 1 031s 1 04V2 May i108Yl 1 085 July 1 02i2 1 02V8 Low Close Dec 1031 103 5 May Ll 075 vl 07 July 1 02V8 T 02VS i0i Open High Dec 6311 03 May 63 S 6338 July 62l 625s Low Close Dec 63 6338 May 62YR 63 July 621ls 621i WINCHESTER ROLLER MJLLS I The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller fills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal- st 7 = 1 r MUNICIPAL BOARDS MAY REFUSE LICENSE Has the Right to Turn Down Appli cations Even Though Town Has Voted Wet FRANKFORT Ky Nov 20Iiiaffirming the judgment of the Com mon Pleas division of the Jefferson Circuit Court the Court of Appeals yesterday construed an important and new point of the Kentucky Statutes affecting the sale of liquoi which has been the subject of so much legislation and litigation latelyThe States highest tribunal in this case holds that although under the local option law a city or town may have voted for the sale of li quor within its boundaries that the governing board of the municipality may by the exercise of its reasona ble discretion refuse to grant li censes for the sale of liquor if it believes that there are already a sufficient number of saloons in the town to satisfy the demands of the people and for the good of the com munityI mill Wi W HAGGARD HAS SOLD HIS DAIRY Mr Allen Osborne to Take Posses sion on December First Mr W W Haggard has sold his dairy interests to Mr Allen Osborne to give possession December 1st The location is about two miles from town on the Ruckerville road Mr Haggard for years has supplied the best quality of milk If he ever lost a customer the reporter never heard of itThe jokes that are sometimes got ten off about the mixture of milk and water will not apply to Mr Hag gardMr Osborne is one of Clarks best citizens and will no doubt hold good the reputation of the Haggard dairy It is the purpose of Mr Haggard temporarily to take his wife whose health is not good to a milder climate DEATHANDFUNERALSMr Mr Elijah Goff died suddenly at his home near Indian Fields Thurs day night Mr Goff was in perfect health aiid had been out hunting all day and had returned home and after finishing his supper was seized by an attack of heart trouble and diedbefore medical aid could be given him 1IrGoffwus44 years of age and is survived by his wifewho is the only daughter of the late William Mitchell of this city and a sisfer of Mr Charles Mitchell who is the pres ident of tlie Coca Cola bottling works of Lexington and Mr Levi Goffand Mrs Bedford of this city Mr Goff belonged to one of the oldest and largest families in Ken tucky and has a number of friends who will regretto hear of his sudden death The Vfuneral aarrangements have not been made yet DR WM B RICKS AT METHODIST CHURCH Will Begin a TwoWeeks Special Services on Next Sunday November 22 Dr William B Recks of Bowling Green Ky will inaugurate a series ofspecial services next Sunday No vember 22 at the Methodist church The services will continue for two weeks daily in the morning at 10 30 a m in the evening at 730 p m Dr Ricks is one of the finest preachers in the Methodist church and it will repay all to hear him There will be good music durjng thy services All are invited to attend SENATOR HUBBELL IS GIVEN RENOMINATION DANVILLE Ky Nov 20Tire del egates selected to the Democratic convention at Liberty yesterday to nominate a candidate to make the race for State Senator in the dis trict composed of Garrard Boyle Lincoln and Casey counties named Senator Took Hubbell to make the race x Danvilles candidate Hon Harry Wingate was snowed under Lin coln Garrard and Casey voting against him r 1c T k rt f GREAT CUT PRICE SALE Now Going on at Todd Bros ON Cloaks Skirts Etc We find we have too many Cloaks on hand and we are going to cut the prices cheap in order toremove same If In Need Of A Cloak Come To See Us And Save Money Full line of Misses and Childrens Cloaks m Bear Skin and Cloth from the cheapest to the best and at Cut Prices Full line of Star Brand Shoes in all grades from 125 to 400 per pair Every pair guaranteed to be the best Agent for u Ioleproof Hosieryfor Men Women and Chil- drenTODD BROS Gel Yo- urTUREY Old Ham Apples and Pumpkin for Thanksgiving Dinner The Winch- esterAuditorium i ON Wednesday Night November 25th 1908 will give the following prizes Best lady Skater Fire Turkey Best Gentleman Skater Country Ham 17Laps Championship Race for Clark County Booby PrizeFor Worst 1 Bu Apples Large Pumpkin The first two prizes to bs contested by persons who never won a prize ADMISSION lOc SKATES 15c The Grand March will be put on led by the winners of prizes 55e Winchester Friday Nov 21 MATINEE AND NIGHT W F MANN Presents MSS MARIE DE BEAU and MISS WANDA RIVERS T INmpest an- dSunshineA Dramitization of MARY J HOLMES Famous Novel WitH the original Chicago Production A Beautiful Story of Southern Life 2d Successful Season Special Scenic Production PRICES I Matinee lOc and 25c flight 25c 35c 5Qc and 75c WANTED TURKEYS I will be in the market for your turkeysWillfrom November 6th to 17th My of fice will be at W C Taylor Cos Stockyards on Broadway Home phone No 53 East Tenn No 74 Before selling get my prices- E RENAKER AGT 1I38L i rsta i 1i r I i v IIA1ways the Same Sometimes Better f- Oanfcgivittd Dinner f f- BroumProctorla fiot- clfr Bill of Fare Consomme RoyalBlue Points shaved Ice Hearts of Celery Queen Olives Lady Radishes Mixed Pickles Salted Almonds Chilled Lettuce Cheese Straws Broiled White Fish Shoe String Potatoes Parsley Sauce Anchovy Butter Boiled Country Ham Champagr e Sauce Larded Tenderloin of Beef with Mushrooms Roast Young Turkey Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Mallard Duok Currant Jelly Sweet Breads in cases with French Peas Fried Frog Legs on Toast Frozen Egg Nog Waldorf Salad Snow Flake Potatoes Candid Yams Cauliflower in Cream Hot Mince Pie Carmel Pie Ice Cream in forms Assorted Cakes Plum Padding Cognac Sauce Mixed Nuts Raisins Fruits Roguefort Cheese Neufchatel Cheese New York Jream 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 8100 Criticism in Silence Baxter Silence is sometimes the severest criticism CLASSwIDoMt Sterling and J P Humphries of V groceryCorneryou will find there at all times gro ceries and the best fruits and veg etables money can buy Our ex getfheGive us a trialsHOWARD HUMPHREY 1l162t FOR RENTCottage very desirably located Apply at this of flee 1117tf RUGS Take you old carpets to KTI Bros uud have them made into nice rugs KERR BROS as Hurl brnit T3 Co 1112t FOR RENT Half of house on corner of Lexington avenue and Burns street Dr Glenmore Combs trus tee 11183t FOR SALE Perfectly good latest model Oliver tynewriter Apply at this office FOR SALE Barber shop five ctiaii outfit modern in every respect latest and most uptodate shop that has ever been in this city Good paying business best local ity Must sell at once Apply Gv Z Dyer 72 S Main street Win FOR SALEMeat hogs from two to three hundred pounds C jJi BOSWELL Phone 405y Z 115 6t WANTED SEWING 1 am prepared 1 to do all kinds of sewing Lalli shirt waists and childvcns dressX making a specialty Callat 284 S Highland street MRS J C LARY 1019lino- WANTEDTally and dinner cards to paint For particulars call No 208 Home phone or 115 College street 10291mo FOR SALENice lot of Maple trees at a reasonable price Phone 818 A ROBERT E FOX 1176t FOR RENTNew fourroom cottage on East Broadway piped for gas cistern on porch MRS J A RAMSEY lllOStA FOR RENT Two new rooms at the corner of Burns and Lexington avenues Gas and electric lights Apply to T W Brock Burns and Lexington avenues 11114tc FOR SALE Cottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and Beckner street W P AZBILL 11131mo FOR SALEA 10gauge Parker shotgunCostcondition J1r CHAMBERSt l1136t SALE OR EXCHANGE I have a house value 2500 that is now and has been for fifteen years used as a boarding house and hotel in Rochwood Tenn I will sellor ex change for other real estate LEE WAINSCOTT 11134t FOR RENTTivo houses N T TAYLOR 11123t New proprietors of the BrowfS Proctoria Barber Shop Give UStt call SMOOT KING ll174t Now Is the Time As this is an offyear we are not over run with work Although we are 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 Do not wait until times get good and we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work Agriculturalist waiting for the good times that are sure to come soon after the holidaysrDo not put it off because it is small We do not like small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself I Remember you do not haveto go to Cincinnati or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica tions Wood or Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and White y Metal Castings We are agents for Structural Steelof all shapes andsizes oEagle Casting Co-x r INCORPORATED y F GCORNELJ Y f Gen3L Manager1 i j II r- r r tt L A2 r k