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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 It4t j tJ Ljr THE NEWS S1 rSNow Circulates Daily j 1575 Copies U I VOL 1 NO 36 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1908 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS AWEd y MUCHnANGER OF aIy LACK OF WATER 3URelief Does Not Come Soon Cold Hf Weather Will Freeze All tJthePonds As a resultof the protracted gVL ytthey have had to contend with in a number of years in the forming in dustry and that is the scarcity of stock water Nearly all the running streiiInsin the country are dried up V and what little water there is is full J 1Yof moss and slime If relief does not come before the cold weather sets in and freezes the ponds the supply will be cutoff en tirely Most of the farmers and weather sharps are under the im pression that there will be no rainfall to amount to anything until after it snows while some look on the sit uation more favorably since the i threatening looking skies have been andfsay rain some time in the near future partsofwheat crop show that it is doing fair ly well considering the unfavorable fartmers thing that their crop willcome up to the average of other years MrR S Scobee who has a large crop in the Mt Zion neighborhood says that his crop is good consider ing the season and the prospects for enoughMr on the wheat question and says that there has been enough moisture to 1make the grain sprout and although it has not come up in some places lie says that he believes it is still alive and will come out later Mr Clayton Strode of the P rovi dence neighborhood has twentyfive acres of wheat and says that it is just beginning to come through the andcTiids fair to make a good crop fASrat OESI OF U1IR8IIY- M 1 Transylvania to Do Honor to Great Kentuckian NextIMonday J LEXINGTON Ky Nov 21Jus ticeJdlin M Harlan of the United States Supreme Court will be the guest of Transylvania University next Monday morning and afternoon Justice Harlan was a graduate of old Transylvania University more than fifty years ago and this is his first visit back to the college since UnitedrStates r Justice Harlan arrived in Kentucky Friday morning from Washington While in Kentucky he will be the guest of Governor Augustus Willson r 4whowill accompany him on his visit to Transylvania University Monday sHe will be the guest of the Governor in Frankfort and many entertain r ments in his honor Have been plan ned Arrive at 10 Oclock The party will arrive here on the 10 oclock interurban car and will be t received by President Crossfield of the University and others of the fac f Tilty who will accompany them to the University The faculty offi cers and student body will turn out to welcome the distinguished visitor- r i Several addresses of weldome will Ibe made and Justice Harlan and Governor Willson each willrespond The party will then be the guests of the institution until noon when a luncheon for six will be served at the residence of General Smith At 2 oclock the Bar Association of Lexington will receive Justice Harlan at the Circuit room where he will be given a royal welcome Not only the Bar Association of this city but members of the bar from allof Central Kentucky will be present to meet the Justice of the Supreme tCourt of the United States r Return at 3 0clock v The party will return to Frankfort ton the 3oclock car where Mr Hart Jr V bfpit t Appeals for the rest of the day J v Old Baptist Church 4There will be no ficrvjces tpmop XTow monungl Regular service at 7S ryoclocktoniorroR tb t tw i 4t i tiiiIIj fCOUNTYTllEi J TRANSYLVANIA TEAM CALLED GAME OFF Felt That They Could Not Get Large Enough Crowd in Lexing ton to Pay The statement that was published in some of the Lexington papers that the football gtime between Tran sylvania and Kentucky Wesleyan had been called off by the latter is incorrect The ame was called off by the Transylvania team Kentucky Wesleyan has been trying to get a game with Transvlvania ever since the season opened and Prof Moore coach of the team went to Lexington last Monday to arrange for the game and after a talkwith Mr Sweeney manager of the team left there under the imnression that the game would ba played and has everysinceFriday nht he received a letter from Mr Sweeney saying that it would take several days to properly advertise a game in a city as large as Lexington and with only one day left it would bejmpossible to adver tise it extensively enough to get a crowd large enough to pay expen ses and for that reason called the game off PROF KIcDOUGLE IS TO SPEAK ON NOV 29 Will Open Educational Campaign in Winchester at the Court- House On account of being called out of the State Superintendent E R Jones of Franklin will not be able to fill leis engagement to speak in Win chester Sunday November 29 iu the interest of the educationalcam paign of Prof Crabbe the State Superintendent But Prof E C MeDougle of the Eastern Kentucky 1malSclroQl tRicbirioud will fill his place He will speakat the court house at 3 oclock Novem univel1sitsame eveninsr SPECIAL TERM OF COURT NOVEMBfR 30 Has Been Called to Get Rid of Large Number of Casec That Have Hung Fire For Some- Time A special term of circuit court will be held here Monday week to get rid ofsome of the cases that have been hanging fire for some time that were not tried at the last term The spe NOIvemberDecember 7 when the regular term will commence Next Friday will be the last day on which a suit can be filed TcPcome up for trial at the De cember term With the old cases that are on file and the new ones there will be quite a lengthy docket to begin on MANY INJURED IN A STREET CAR ACCIDENT Head on Collision in Chicago Causes Serious Hurt To Many Special to The News CHICAGO Ill Nov 21Fifty persons were injured a large num ber seriously ina head on collision between prowded street carS in the extreme South side of the city Three Are Killed LAKELAND Mich Nov 21In- a collision between freight trains or the Ann Arbor railroad Two train men Andrew jeejan and William Ryan and the fireman were killed and three trainmen were jurcd t It t iiJrSCHEDULE CHANGE Tie jew through train oh the L IN from Cincinnati to Atlanta will not be pwt on until December 21 in runouucedipre no c ml1g or thelocal seliedlile uti1 PJ1t trui 7C f r 1 L PI Jf t t J Ji1Lk STATUE IN MEMORY OF AMERICAS GREATEST CAVALRYMAN The picture shows the fine equestrian statue erected in Washington In honor of General Phil Sheridan the ramous cavalry leader of the civil war It was designed by GutzonBorKMinJ the sculptor who is furnishing so many colossal statues for the Cathedral of St John the Divine In New York CROWnS OF TflBAOCO BUYERS ARE mm NEXT TUESDAY Registered Letters And Telegrams HveBeenSentBYJUley Society To Every Independent Manufacturer In The Country vWha t promises tobe the busiest dll- liirtJbmroO cirdles thatriias ever IJeEn in this city will be next when the independent uy crs and the representatives of the American Tobacco Company line up to pick their part of the pooled to bacco Registered letters and telegrams have been sent to every independent manufacturer in the country notify iny them of the sale so that they can FINISHED VISITING TIlE COUNTY SCHOOLS Superintendent Tahner Has Made Rounds Since September Fifteenth llvIslting20 He began his rounds about the 15th day of September and has had ideal weather There are 49 schools in the county and school is in ses sion in every district but one In this one the Buckeye a young lady Miss Sallie Moore taught four months and quit MrTanner reports the average attendance much better than usual but that there has been much sick ness among the pupils principally typhoid fever and diptheria One school closed down several days on account of diptheria YOUNG LADY BREAKS ARM NEAR ELBOW Miss Anna Mae Hisle Suffers Severe Injury While Stepping Off Porch Miss Anna Mae lisle broke her arm at her home on orthlIaistreet Friday night In attempting to step off the back porch she lost her footing and fell her arm striking the sharp corner of the frame work on the well breaking it near the el bow Dr Rankin was summoned and set the fractured member and Saturday restbing comfortably VISJ1NtfFRaMEXAS 3B anti Mrs Walter Thompson- of t San t Antonia Texas are the t t f Pro indlir D41d rIttlJcu fli0rah If11 strcP 2tQtJ rt iy + titt jtp t 1 be present As tfic SQciety already has orders booked that will consume nearly all the 25 per cent that is left for the independents a wholesale rush and a scramble is expected when the sal es open Tlie hotels will be taxed to their utmost to accommidate the crowd that is expected to be here Already a good many have made requests for rooms at the BrownProctoria DEMOCRATIC CONVENTIONS Voters Assemble in Various Pre cincts and Choose Com imitteemen t According to the party law Democratic Committedmeii were selected at 2 p m Saturday the voters as sembling at their respective voting places For several days past these was talkof lively contests in severalof the precincts in this county but it appedrs to have been talkonly As we go to press the following are reported elected North Winchester T L Nunan Winchester J M Stevenson Kiddville H P Thompson Pinchem W T Baldwin Fairfax F P Pendleton Germantown Ed Fox Mt Abbott E Renaker Court House Sam Hodgkin Allensville J C Conkwright Wades Mill L B Cockrill Ecton Jesse Gl9ver Sphar Steve Swift Renick A Renick FINELY BRED FILLY D 0 Meredith bought of J W Oaisof Lexington a very finely bred yearling filly Friday for 225 The filly is by Bernadotte a son of Wilton first dam Prodigalsecond Jam Lord Russell and third dam Beorge Wilkes The filly is an ex- ceptionallyl good looking animal and with herkood breeding Mr Meredith is very sanguine as to her future r r I The storkvAisited jtlr and Mrs nighttf r 1 t Sr i TOM JOHNSOfrS FIIIEIDS LOYAL Many Offer Aid in Hour of Trouble is Tendered Touring Cartr I Cleveland p Nov 21 Friends ol Mayor Tom L Johnson are steadfast in their loyalty to him in the hour of his financial depression and his office in he city hall was thronged by a crowd many of whom wanted to help him in a substantial way Heres 2000 in cash said one tan I want to give it to Mayor Tom Others offered sums ranging up to 500 and 1000 All of these of fers were declined by the mayors secretary Ive got a dandy big touring car with top and everything complete said one visitor If Mayor Tom must give up his autos I want him to have this one It was declined with thanks as Johnsons intimate personal friends have started a movement to buy him an auto if he really has to sell his machines How much property would be left if his creditors pressed him is prob lematical The outcome may prove more favorable than expected if opportunity is given to realize on assets at their full value Charles E Bayne who married the widow of Mayor Johnsons brother Albert bitterly assailed the mayor as a hotair merchant In New York He discredited the statement that Mayor Johnson had sacrificed his personal interests to save his dead brothers estate VALUABLE SAMPLES STOLEN But Are Quickly Recovered and Porter Placed Under Arrest Omaha Neb Nov 21A sample case belonging to Charles F Harts horn traveling salesman for a Newark N J jewelry house and said to contain 40000 worth of samples Tasvstolen from the sidewalk in front of the Henshaw hotel It was later recovered at Hamburg la and Charles Leonard a former porter at the hotel was arrested at St Joseph Mo on suspicion The sample case which weighs 200 pounds was left on tIle walk to be taken to an outgoing train and disappeared Leonard had been employed to check the baggage Studebaker Offers Cup South Bend Ind Nov 2i Colonel George M Studebaker of this city has offered to put up a gold cup val ued at 5000 to be contested for by all entrants to the Glidden tour next year AH rules and regulations will be left to the touring committee Colonel Studebaker is in favor of the committee making rules so that a car will have to go through the entire tour without a repair being made Bronson Gets Decision Dayton 0 Nov 21Roy Bronson of Indianapolis was given the decision over Kid Gorman of Boston before the Dayton Gymnastic club Both men were on their feet as the gong rang at the end of the twentieth round but the Hoosier lad had clearly demonstrated his superiority Quarantine Approved Buffalo N Y Nov 21Business- at the stockyards here was completely tied up when at a meeting of the East Buffalo Live Stock association the members adopted a resolution calling on the railroads to cancel all orders for shipments of cattle or swine to or through Buffalo The as sociation formally approved the strin gent measures of quarantine used by Chief Malvin of Washington and Commissioner Pearson of the state department of agriculture Two cases of foot and mouth diseasewere found on a Niagara county farm and one Infected herd in Erie county was de stroyed OhIo Man Gets Office Washington Nov 21The assocla tion of agricultural colleges and experiment stations concluder its an nual conference after selecting the following officers M A Scovell of Lexington Ky president J L Hills of Burlington Vt secretary and treasurer W E Stone of Indiana W O Thompson of Ohio J L Snyder of Michigan W H Jordan of New York and C F Curtis of Idaho members of legislative committee Simon Declared a Rebel 211General quest of President Nord Alexis to come to PortAuPrince and confer with the president on the political situation has been declared a rebel Therevolutionary movement appears to be serious as General Shnonls im theppsaesEionr of arms and fcraaunl tloiia l iXtr hJf r iv r Art j j ij f il r t YRFI WEATHER andJPartly Cloudy Tonight Sunday Stationary 1 r TWENTY KILLED IN EXCAVATION 1 Explosion of Gas Main Creates Hav f ocStreetis Badly Dis r rupted New York Nov 21More than 20 persons lost their lives as a result nil the explosion of a gas main at Gold and Front streets Brooklyn Prac a tically the whole street from the stoop line between Gold and Front street was tumbled into a 50 foot ex cavation In which 15 or more men were working and several persons who were walking along the street are believed to have been carried down Every person who went into the excavation was killed instantly or smothered or drowned Fifty tenement houses on the block are in such danger of falling into the trench that the occupants have been ordered out by the police The most intense excitement vailed for blocks around the sceneraof the accident and the streets were filled with Wailing women and chit dren who were unable to get any word from relatives known to be la the vicinity when the explosion came At least one woman and three little girls are said by the police to have been swallowed up in the caveein which followed the explosion The workmen were digging a trench through Gold street for the installation ofa 36inch sewer pipe The excavation was to be nearly 50 feet deep and as the laborers remov ed the earth the walls had been shored by large timbers With Charles Schiffmeyer a city inspector of sewers overseeing the work the men were working at the bottom ot the trench when an accumulation of gas from a main which had been ac cidentally broken during the course of the work exploded with tremend ous force The supporting timbers wore ripped away and the high dirt walls toppled over on SchUfmeyert and his men A large water main f also was broken by the force of the explosion and a perfect torrent of wa ter began to spurt up ihTrbugh the mass of wreckage Almost side by side with these geysers roared the flames from the gas escaping from the broken main Firemen and work men from the city water department and the gas company worked desper ately together in an effort to check the flow of gas and water and to re lieve the men who had been impris t a onedAn employe of the gas company who was sent to turn off the gas w as arrested and charged with homicide although it was not known that he r had anything to do with the accidentL Five Italians who had been lingering about the scene before the explosion were also taken into custody onus jpicion r The dead include Frederick Wry rScheffmeyer a city inspector of sew r ers and Samuel W Trout foreman i ccmeatattempting to save a woman who was killed He was caught under fallingt timbers and roasted to death Many of the others were Italian workmen some of whom were known to their employers only by numbers jJ FUNDS DIVERTED Is Claim In Suit Against Municipal Traction Company Cleveland 0 Nov 21Ina suit filed by the Climax Refining com I pany in federal court against the Mu Traction the latter r is charl500000 to additions improvements and betterment accounts from otherxchannels The refining company rfor a judgment of 2659 claimed to be overdue The concern also asks that an accounting be made of the income alleged to have been divertled and that restoration of the sums f be made The suit is in the form of an intervening petition to the suit 1 brought by the Central Trust com pany of New York which brought about the receivership of the trac tion propertiesJGirls Hurt In Crash J Dayton 0 Nov 21One hundred tJfcnd fifty girls employes of the mor cantile corporation which has the contract for all stamped enyolope and wrappers for the government were grouped on a scaffold about 15 rr feet above the ground posing for a photograph when the scaffold gave way and all were precipitated to theJground A dozen or more were bad fly hurt two suffering fractures of thts rbeson and Clara Legier h1td tfeirklf i broken Bertha Showalternkad t k i S feet crushed wRlchland Goes WetI r Columbus o Nor 21 1eowat7IOIS ar 7 y ft- J I7 r I u1 1 1 1t I f 7 j L 1kiLJ JAtIJVP pA t i THEWLNOHETERW1 h r ii JEWSW4t1 1i tLPublished by ColI Incorporated i 4OfNde South Main Street DalyExceptSunday c tEred at the Winchester Post Of theISUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 One week i 10 i Payable at office or to collector Tery week TiMailDelivery One year 300 1x months 150 One month 25 Er Payable in advance 7 ADVERTISING RATES rcDisulayPer Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 TOne calendar month 3 00 Four weeks four times a week 240 t Four weeks three times a week 180 jTour weeks two times a week 120 Tour weeks one time aw ek 75 Time discounts 3 months 10 per cent 6 mouths 25 per cent one centi Per Line 71hcInews New Phone No 91 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1903 litiFIGHT The toBacco has been sold the farmers are victorious and there is great rejoicing over aof the State But dont forget Winches ler The city has the right tobe t particularly proudof the part which she took in that fight We have heard it said by many high officials of the toBacco movement that had it not lave been for the support and good cheer which they received from Win chester in tile beginning the move ment would have fallen through Whether this is true or not we are not prepared to say but we know that Winchester took the lead when the matter was first up for organization In Sentember 1900 a few far mers met in New Castle and decided to try and pool the tobacco crop The meeting lasted for a few hours the main question being how to get the movement pronerly launched Mr ChasHanna who was the chair man of the meeting urged and in sisted that the place from which to start it was at Winchester and the people to get back of it was the j Winchester Commercial Club The meeting took Mr Hannas ad vice and sent him as a delegate to the State Development Association which was to meet in Winchester that t year about the middle uf October JIMr Hanna came before the Asso V ciation and in a most able address g ii presented the tobacco cause and t- heLr need of organization of the farmers J A short while after the meeting fJ adjourned that night several of the members of the Winchester Commer f aialClub deeply impressed with the 4i appeal of Mr Hanna and feeling that it was a righteous cause con feried With him and decided that I iaey would take hold of the matter f at once and see if it could not be Jorked out to a successful con I vflusiqu TL was decided that they would jssue an appeal to the to iacco growers of the White Burley District calling on them to meet in fj t Winqhester November 3rd of that year to discuss the organization of A a tobacco society and the feasibil- ityf and advisability of pooling our l iobacco Prom the office of the Commercial Gjub at Winchester there was sent some six hundred letters urging the ftpbaccp grower of the District to oc attencl the Convention Good fruit or t1 Resulted from the appeal for the Con fryenffon was largelv attended and the Sresult of that beginning has just now Tjeen achieved and has now become i J atjpart of the history of Kentucky J I iiof1viwr meeting resolutions were 1 tttf qpaSsed approving the work of the t r Commercial Glu in ifeffects to 4 ifisSist the tgba eco growers of the t teallI thanking it and4he Citi Y Zitllig county iortkcheartiy co j moian assista eewHiolv theY v v i i if t f had given the movement From that meeting the members went to their hon s with a fixeff determination to make the movement a success The organizers seemed to gather inspiration and encouragement from the active and persistent work which the Commercial Club was doing and the manner in which they were taking hold of the work We remember hearing more than two speakers upon that occasion use practically this language This movement is bound to be a success for with the good peonle of Winchester back of it and the Commer cial Club fostering it there can be no failure for the twinchester Commercial Club has never failed in any thing which it has undertaken Those who were present at that con vention will remember that this was practically the keynofe of the ad dresses of all the members After this meeting adjourned th Secretary and stenographers of the Commer cial Club were placed at the disposal of the committees of the tobacco movement to assist in exploiting and advertising the movement and get ting it properly started It was thus that the Burley To bacco Society came into existence We rejoice in its success and are proud of the movement which we succored and nursed in its infancy and to which we gave a helping and guiding hand in its early struggle and lent it aid and support until it was able to stand alone The officials and those high up in the movement recognized the good office which Winchester had ron dered the Society in its early dawn for when Louisyille Cincinnati Lexington and Mavsville were urging the Society to make its headquarters at one of those points the Commer cial Club of Winchester sent a com mittee before the directors of the Society to present the claims of Win chester The directors heardus and decided that the headquarters of the Society should be at the place and among the people who weie its first and foremost friends We are always proud of Winches ter and we are proud of the big part which she took in the big fight against the big trust mid the big victory just won and while we are to day rejoicing with the people in the successfuloutcome of their strug gle still if we must confess it the joy is sweetened by the knowledge of the fact that Winchester and her Commercial Club was a potent fac tor in the victory 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 Bap tist church on The Ureat Supper of Death to men and boys This 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 WILL GO TO JAIL Declares Mitchell but Will Pay No Fine For Contempt Denver Colo Nov OThe entire session of the American Federation of Labor convention was givenover to consideration of the report of the committee on the presidents report Two sections caused a prolonged debate and a vote was reached on only one that referring to litigation harassing labor The report of the com mittee recommending that injunc tions be disregarded was defeated en rollcall 11272 to 3576 and a modi fication of the report along the lure of Gompers report was adopted The rest of the session was taken up in discussing the section of the report referring to the political ac tion of the federation leaders John Mitchell at the afternoon session offered a second amendment to tho committee report saying in par Within a iew days the court will de cide whether our president secre tary and myself shall go to jail I do not want to go to jail But I shall accept that judgment and I shall pay no fine This declaration brought forth cheers from the delegates and thoGT1umdment was adopted New proprietors pf the Brown PrdctoriaBarber Shop Give iis a call SHOOT KING ir j17 t L That Feeling of Thanksgiving WINCHESTER LUMBER lMANUFACTURINGINCORPORATED tM l 7f p SYNOPSIS InSantant relative Henry Wilton whom he was to assist In an Important and mys DudleyThe remarkable resemblance of the two men Is noted and commented on by passengers on the ferry They see a man with snake eyes which sends a thrillthrough Dudley Wilton postpones an ex DudluyIsmeanIngwith Instruction to await his return and shoot any cine trios to enter AFTER II Outside there is herdshouts and ccrses and the noise of aquarrel Henry rushes in and at his re quest the roommates quickly exchange Hardlycry ofuHclpand he runs out to find some one being assaulted by a half dozen men He summons a policeman but they are unable to find any trace ofa crime CHAPTER in Giles returns to his room and hunts for some evidence that Hetinscipher He goes to sleep and is awakened by the presence of some one in his room toknowtheIntruderWilton and receives a note regarding money to be paid him CHAPTER IVDudley is summoned to deadbodyoutsldcthecorpseIn outthewhile living And thus Wilton dies with out ever explaining to Dudley the puz SanFrancisco hisfriendCHAPTER V Doddridge Knapp- It was past ten oclock of the morn ing when the remembrance of the mysterious note 1 had received the preceding night came on me I took the slip from my pocket and read its contents once more It was perplex ing enough but it furnished me with an idea Of course I could not take money intended for Henry Wilton But here was the first chance to get at the heart of this dreadful business The writer of the note 1 must sup pose was the mysterious employer If I could see her 1 could find the way of escape from the dangerous burden of Henry Wiltons personality and missionBut which Dank could be meant The only names I knew were the Bank of California whose failure in the previous year had sent echoes even into my New England home and the Bank on which I held a draft The former struck me as the more likely place of appointment and after some skilful navigating I found myself at the cor ner of California and Sansome streets before the building through which the wealth of an empire had flowed 1 watched closely the crowd that passed in and out of the treasure house and assumed what I hoped was an air of prosperous indifference to my surroundings- No one appeared to notice ine There were eager men and cautious men and men who looked secure and men who looked anxious but neither man nor woman was looking for me Plainly I had made a bad guess A hasty walk through several other banks that I could see in the neigh borhood gave no better result and 1 had to acknowledge that this chance of penetrating the mystery was gone I speculated for the moment on what the effects might be To neglect an or der of this kind might result in the withdrawal of the protection that had saved my life and in turning me over to the mercies of the banditti who thought I knew something of the whereabouts of a boy As I reflected thus I came upon a crowd massed about the steps of a great granite building in Pine Street a whirlpool of men it seemed with crosscurrents and eddies and from the whdle rose the murmur of excited voices It w sthe Stock Exchange the gamblers paradise in which millions were staked won and lost and ruin and ainuencewalkedsile by side AsF watcheii the swaying shout1 lag mass Vfitli wonder atniise ltrtt a thrill shot through me t t t j y with its visions of sumptuous din ners and good cheer should not change your resolution to get the best lumber at the lowest prices That will not be hard to do if you place your lumber orders with the Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Co Our stock is always up to the mark and we car ry the best lumber for all pur poses Hard and soft woods of every kind Mill Work Mould ings Shingles etc Upon the steps of the building amid the crowd of brokers and specu lators I saw a tall broadshouldered man of fifty or fiftyfive his face keen shrewd and hard broad at the jawIfirm lines of the mouth with the mark of the wolf strong upon the whole It was a face never to be for gotten as long as I should hold mem ory at all It was the face I had seen twelve hours before in the lantern fljbh in the dreadful alley with the cry of murder ringing in my ears Then jt was lighted by the fierce fires of rage and hatred and marked with the chagrin of baffled plans Now it was cool goodhumored alert for the battle of the Exchange that had al ready begun But I knew it for the same and was near crying aloud that here was a murderer- I clutched my nearest neighbor by the arm and demanded to know who it was Doddridge Knapp replied the man civilly Hes running the Chol lar deal n6w and IfTcbuld only guess which side hes on Id make a for tune in the next few days Hes the King of Pine Street While I was looking at the King of the Street and listening to my neighbors tales of his operations Doddridge Knapps eyes met mine To my amazement there was a look of recognition in them Yet he made no sign and in a moment was gone This then was the enemy 1 was to meet This was the explanation of Detective Coogans hint that I should be safer in jail than free on the streets to face this mans hatred or revengeI have stood in a daze on the busy street for I was roused by some one shaking my arm with vigor Come are you asleep said the man speaking in my ear Cant you hear Yes yes said I rousing my attention The chief wants you His voice was low almost a whisper The chief Who VhereI asked At the City Hall I jumped to the conclusion that it was of course the chief of police on the scent of the murderNo Of course lot In the second office you know This was scarcely enIigtening Doubtless however it was a summons from my unknown employe- rIll follcTw you I said promptly- I dont think Id better go said the messenger dubiously He didnt say anything about it and you know hes rather Well I order it I cut in decisively I may need you I certainly needed him at that moment if I was to find my way Go ahead a few steps I said My tone and manner impressed him and he went without another word I sauntered after him with as careless an air as I could assume My heart was beating fast I felt that I was close to the mystery and that the next half hour would deter mine whether I was to take up Henry Wiltons work or to find my way in safety back to my own name and per sonMy unconscious guide led the way along Montgomery Street into an ofI flee building up a flight of stairs and hallwayfI said as he had Ihis hand on the door knob On sec land thoughts you can wait downstairs He turned back and as his foot steps echoed down the stair I opened the door and entered the office As I crossed the threshold my heart gave a great bound and I stopped shOrt Before me sat Doddridge Knapp the King of the Street the man for whom above all others inI ihe world I felt a loathing and fear Doddridge Knapp finished signing be11i7 J tTnbe continued Y l ijt Lt cf r tft tt j0 II Let The Good Work GoOn 1 1 COODCOUMJ Born this week to Mr and Mrs Jeo Sympson a girl1 Gracia Elizabeth The late Hon C C Caldwell of Helena Ark father of Mrs Dr Deany of this city was one of the most prominent lawyers of his race G W Carter a colored man for merly of San Autonia Texas is now the owner pf three mines in the Guanajuata gold fields in Mexico Rev W 0 Harper came down from Dayton 0 this week to hunt with Dr Holmes A Nashville negro H A Bode has started a ricgi0 doll factory Geo Boone is repairing his house recently damaged by fire It is not generally known but Mrs Carrie Lee Gratz nee Kcenj is a first class caterer having learned the same at Dayton Ohio Rev Preston Taylor who pastorcd the Christian Church at Mt Sterling twentyfive yeanj ardnow has the largest colored undertaking es tablislmiert in the South at Nashville Tenn and is reported to be worth 75000 The connection of the C M E Church of this city which is the youngest of all the Methodist bran iches now have five Bishops five schools 0116 paper and one pu lish ing house One in a position to know C E Coleraiie our colored letter carrier reports a great demand for a night school we hope that our educators willsupply the same At the time of the Emancipation the illiteracy of the race was almost complete and when the census of 1890 was taken it showed that illit eracv had been reduced to about 44 per cent Italv today has 38 percent of illiteracy Spain 68 per cent and Portugal 79 per cent In Louisville and other cities night school are important factors being under supervision of the Boardof EducationBroadway Baptist Sunday School at 9 30 Prof E S Taylor Superintendent Preaching at 11 a m Rev H Nutter D Dor Paris Ky Sub ject Watchfulness 3 p m Citizen Mass Meeting subject The Four Great AIls discussed by Rev Nutter 7 p m Vesper 8p m preaching Rev servicesI jeetTlie Wonderful Light Word A great revival is in progress and seats are free to everyone T TIMBERLAKE Pastor Cole and Johnson onea of the best negro shows on the road has a 15 000outfit Mrs Amanda Taylor is in Louis villeSRev H C Baker is conducting a meeting at Ford Rev Jno Sanders has just closed his meeting at Clay City with 22 ad ditions Rev Green Dodge preached We are constantly seeing peoile looking for work also people looking for servants No longer than this week the writer saw three colored women looking for work All should learn to advertise in the classified columns of this paper for such needs which will prove a help both to the employeeII a charm lady of Hampton Va was the guest of G rondaIievemng George Bell is building a cottage on Burns avenue On next February the 12th being ofievery teacher in America will be asked to read his immortal Gettysburg speech The littile son of Frank Taylor that wag Recently operated on in Cincinnatiyis on the road to recov ery PythiaskEievenstOry alongrhug now about cosedin Tjwill be pne of jhefhandsomestbuuldingi in Ke city few Orleans Picayune t T T 5r i fI1 stopforyour contracts with the Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Co We can supply all you need umber in any shape or form foreuilding purposes also all kinds SashIJoors Mouldings etc Also est grades of hardwood for interior trim and finish CO AngloCalifornian CitySchool BaptistSunday Baptista call to Dr W 0 Harper The organization of a Y M C A has been suggested by some of our better class mid more progressive citizens and that the old school houss be utilized for the san Dr Thomas Lewis an herb doctor of Lexington is in the citv this week HippodromeThanksgiving Since the repair of the M E Church it is one of the prettiest churches to be found anywhere Mrs Bettie Wilson of Mt Ster ling is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Pervine Henry Black is at home from the army Miss Ida Haydon of Cincinnati is visiting Mrs R R Woodford Mrs Maggie Barber and Miss Et ta Jacobs were in Clintonville this week attending the funeral of a niece William Howard will spend Thanksgiving at Versailles and Bid Turner at Lexington- In the recent election in Chicago two prominent colored men were successful Mr Frank Leland was elected County Commissioner and t Dr Lane was elected to the Legisla ittare Mrs Ed Duncan of W Walnut street was called to Clav City to attend the funeral ofa relative Thomas Truinbo Services were bv Rev H A Steward Mr and Mrs Joe Gardner of Par is is the guest of Mrs Ed Dun can Fun at the HiDDodrome There will be fun for the colored people all day at the Hippodrome Thanksgiving day The first session will be from 9 to 11a m second 2 to 5 p mj third 8 to 11 p m The prices have been reduced 5 cents for admission and 10 cents for skates First Baptist Church All candidates waiting baptism will meet at the First Baptist church at 9 a m Sunday morning The bap tism will be in Mr Tour Robinsons pondonemiUiErom the city Commun nion and right hand of fellowship at 3 p m Preaching at 8 p m All CommuImorn ing 1 The hunting trip of Tuesday last l was enjoyably spent Among those present were Misses Cary Didlick Lizzie Perkins Ora Bush Sallie Poynter Lizzie Boone and Mrs Liz zie Curry Mr McGuire and Mr John Jackson of Georgetown Ky Messrs Abner Gay Isaac Gordon Burt Curry Sanford Curry and Frank Jackson The party was Joined on the hunting grounds by Mrs Anna Browne and Hannah Mason There was a delightful luncheon served at Mrs Lizzie Currys residence for the hunting party tliat night Rev W 0 Harper D D of Day ton Oj exr astor of the First Bap tist church hereypreached a pOw erful sermon to a large congregation Friday night Text Joiin 142 Subject Peace I leave with you ny Peace I give unto you IGrand Rally and reopening of M E Church Sunday No vember 22 We invite all the pastors and their congregations to be with us Order of Services Preaching at 11 a m 2 30 p m Jand730pm RevP T Garvin of Paris Ky in the morning Rev H W Simmons of Lexington r in the evening at 2 30 Rev D R Hickman of Lexington that night at 730 Epworth League at 630 Miss D S E Tyler president tSunday School at 9 30 J H liar rris Superintendent sJf JV e SC TURNER P C il175t tt r r J t ici 1 ECI T I tci r Alr I THE WINCHESTER NEWS e gles a 5 ft Makers for Girls Dainty f Dotted Swiss For HowI 41 a pretty girl who wishes irt of an ardent admirer apron for her and send mas gift The aprons II oth dainty and useful at The surplice apron is d swiss and is finished nd ruffles ofJace The oulders have decorations bbon White silk is used nodel which is trimmed ed ruffles and black vel y idery adds very much to e of the silk apron and 8EQDIIED i china or taffeta silk of embroidery ruffling of insertion f taffeta ribbon PLICE APRON J 4edesIgns that any nee carry out may be copIe- dr patterns or done for ps wearing a coquettish with Unify rosettes al to a mans eye and if she ling behind her left ear tter for the man imme r scenes of domestic bliss te he cares a great deal Cs sit beside a shaded dainty clothe- ss too are made up into ns put together with em ing oflace rseems to be no end to ways of using handker the orthodox fashiou i Is to take a sheer one borate but very tine em er and work it in the cattered blossom design haps losing their petals ce or bunches of and there carelessly ar complete it is applied 3 a square of fine cam ial being cut away un ed by a second piece of mes a very dainty pit for a baby carriage or for an invalid A nar sewed all around the REQUUEL f china or taffeta silk i black velvet ribbon 7 SILK APBON ti w and Is threaded with- g the embroidery A hed fine cambric ruffle ceedingly pretty cover ops would bring ti very ade at home possibly f would be the only lair Receiver receiver to give a girl s of heavy white on andttioyer two oriholes The design Is lid satin stitch A TO 1p pith loop and ends tin i y 1 t F I a IrL PAPER CHRISTMAS GIFTS Hew to Make Attractive Desk Blotters and Wall Pockets M ke your Christmas presents of pa per One of the most attractive of these paper articles Is a desk blotter The usual size for a woman Is eighteen Inches deep by fifteen wide The materials necessary are one piece of card board of the dimensions mentioned and a second piece half an inch less in each dimension The pad Is covered with flowered paper on the lower side and has flowered paper corners Plain crape paper is used to cover the top of the pad The largest of the cardboard rectan gles is first covered with the flowered paper The paper is folded over the edge to a considerable depth at least an inch and a half being desirable Its edges are then pasted neatly down care being takento make neat corners The smaller cardboard rectangle is cov ered with the plain crape paper which for instance may be yellow if a yellow flowered paper Is being used Four right angled triangles which are three Inches on the two even sides are then cut from stiff and very heavy wrap ping paper and covered on one side with plain and on the other with flow ered paper These are the four corners When they are covered a margin of paper Is left on the equal sides and this Is reenforced by a narrow strip of muslin This margin Is turned over and pasted to the upper side of the card board which is to form the bottom of the pad The upper part of the pad Is then laid on the lower part and they are pasted neatly together The cor ners of course go underneath the pad corners The pad corners are not past ed down along their long side as it is desirable to have them free so that new blotters may be slipped in and out willA pocket of paper may be made which contains three pockets For this purpose the bordered crape paper which corner In rolls may be used or you may select paper napkins whose borders are in the form of garlands MATERIALS REQWMD One piece of cardboard eighteen inches wide by fifteen deep andasecond piece half inch less in dimension I One roll of plain crape paper One largeblotter DESK BLOTTER which will not make the pocket too long The pocket must of course be just as long as the motif of the design The materials needed are three pieces of cardboard about nine inches long The length however depends upon the design of the paper which is to be used The cardboard is just the length of the design The three card boards tire of graduated depths They are straight on three sides and on the top they are cut in the shape of the design of the paper Sometimes the top line Is straight and rounding and again It will have large scallops A design should not be chosen which has too small a pattern All of the cardboards are covered 011 the outside with the bordered paper and Inside with plain crape paper Perforations are made at equal dis tances in the three pieces along the bottom and sides The perforations along the bottom are close enough to gether to permit of the sections of the pocket being laced together Only three holes are necessary along the sides Ribbon the color of the flower in the border is used to lace the sections together and fastened at the ends WTBIUS WPEJ + Three7 pieces of cardboard V nine inches lote jr t Two bordered crape paper MJJW IL 1for badofi r Six yards f ttch wise ribbon J A WALL POCKET with two tiny bows Along the sides bands of ribbon are used to hold the sections together The lotMM band Is very short the next onTloi ger and the top oW longestof alUl The edges of the pocket may befwtched with Void paint which ad fpb the attract ttveneM of the design T l d t n TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows 0 O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a jn No 22 Daily 1157 a m nrTovC O WEST BOUND No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a nt No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m No 23 Daily 438 p ni- L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 855 a m No 83 Daily 11 59 a IB pmNoL N NORTHBOUND No 84 Daily 448ainNo 10 Daily Ex Sunday 7lKa ni 250pmNoL E EAST BOUND pnlNo4L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am No 3 Daily 520p m Lexington Eastern Ry CD Time Carl In Effect Tune 21 1908 IZASTLexington 223 t M735 r Winchester 3C5 813 L E Junction 320 S26 Clay City 350 902 BtantonM 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 956 Beat I11eJunctton 510 1017 Athol 537 1045 O K Junction 605 1115 Jr Jackson 010 1120 No1 Yo 5 81111WESTd 21 AM 7 Jackson 610 220 700 o K Junction 615 225 705 Athol 640 25 7M Benttyville Junction 707 3l0 754 Torrent 7ao 341 85Natural Bridge 745 355 82C Cmptou Junction 74S 357 82c Stanton 815 46 854 Clay Cit 825 435 902 E Junction 900 507 931 Winchester 912 520 916 r Lexington 955 605 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADh DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L Junctlunlmins Nos 1 m tae connection with the O O Ry fortucriing Cm own JunctionTrains NOR 12 3 and of connect with the Mountain Central Ry for Pltuugers to and from Ianipton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Noa 2 and I wiL joiinectiw with the L A Railway lOT Iea ty7ille Ky O K Jnnctio Trains Nos 3 and 4 will onj ci with the O t K Railway for Cannet ity Ky and way stations J K BAKK Generai Ianager Off AS flCOTT o PI A l7tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JI JOUETT JOUETT Altcrneys At Law Winchester Ky J P1 STEiSONAttorney Law 60 S Main So Winchester BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches lr Ky DR W4 C WORTlUNGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m j2 to Fmand7to8 pm New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky PIGSTHAT POINT American shooting men are much exercised over a story that a sporting farmer named Knittel who lives near Brounsburg St Louis has ucceeded in teaching a pig to point game and shoots over it evitamous 1g pointer which was trained to stand winged game and rabbits by the brothers Toomer royal keepers in the New Forest This pig pointer was a black sow whose intelligence and nose responded to a fortnights training Baillys Magazine A YOUNGSTER ON SNAKES A Georgia youngster turns in this composition on Snakesv Snakes is alloverbut moitly in spring an summer A snake can swaller a bird but it is hard for a grown man to swaller a snake story They live most everywheresnakes- do but Ma says you find more of em where the whisky distilleries is Pa sees em often but mostly in the winter season but Ma says he is talented for seen snakes I think all the snakes should be killed At lanta Constitution t a L 1 J t r 1 jtMitJi THE IWINCHESTER NEWS The Best Advertising Medium in Clark County J Now is the time for the uptodate businessman to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers Winchester and Clark county Every yearovI 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 1OQOV circulation by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the mark TheFall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do-s business nowlie can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not size time by the forelock and get into the columnsof the News The people who have money in this city read the News every evening The people who have money onthe ruralroutes of Clark get the News ev ery morningAdvertise in THE NEWS and be abreast of the times 1 t JZ d tj Ii d 1 2 iIf IRt z r c S UI r g 4 i c f 00I I l j i r to si in tiJ 7 H t rt ft 5i l o lt JIf i1k 4 1t l1 A7r4i E1ict p IL I 1FTHEW IrNtSTEPFW a 4 LORflER MENACE l t t t nts of a Community Should iPatronize Local Merchants I MORE FOR THEIR MONEY Suggestions by a Drummer on MRhating the Evil That Were Fol Jhwcicrf by an Eastern Merchant With ttMd ResultsfI1 fcardly knew the old place at 2iMtr remarkedJhe drummer who was Da asmall eastern town and had drop 3 3 in to see Brown the merchant tY but you folks have slicked up tue 3e since I was last here r It5 we have organized an iin IpswDzment society lately and weve aeklusy I can tell you replied the aeacfeant It takes the women folks 18 start the ball arolliug in a thing Dt fcat kind and it has opened our PHB to what can be done when all itefct an interest in the work Busi aKjKv however isnt booming to any 3et extent atsal order people cutting into your tepg asked the drummer iv Hats about the size of it sighed ThJtLfl its a shame You merchants gpcty taxes and contribute to the sup i rthe community and are active 3a SwMing up the town but instead of aspjHsciating this fact the residents aen2 a great deal of their money to lSieKJS city stores 3 couldnt care so much if they UOOS anything to speak of by it or if Huergot any better goods but they JtafltTISC course they dont agreed the 4rwMner I sell goods enough to Ifcwnr that Somehow people in small ttoi a think they can buy best through Sifr wafl order houses and that is wfliece they make a big mistake 1rem cant convince em of that aojatfie merchant SIRen Its as Barnum used to say 1Cte people love to he humbugged It jtanifc to reason that the mail order Jes cannot spend the millions they si advertising and give as much for 3be Money as you fellows at home t1L and people la many localities are araftfhg up to that fact Let me give 3 a few friendly suggestion while roe kon this subject coatmvcHl the SnBomer You ought to uirkq a tstudy of just what peoe aonad a want from time to tnie e setMlem ask twice for anarticle if you ea possibly help it This doosut u an 931 jou must carry a million tluK Simply carry what you are gpnSty sure will be wanted wht the 3u2 order houses are putting ovi t a ssiaffn extent And let the community sfcMwarhat you hive in stock When SEay read the out of town catalogues saai see something they want they aetude you havent got it and away 2PMS nnln that should have been spent s5sSsf Bere at home You probably had tih same article in stock anti for less IKOJ too If you dont advertise qjjWtmigUt as well close up shop Yes r advertise occasionally said ivwn Occasiqaally wont do It is per Siataf advertising that wins out for the merchant You want to spend f y dollar you can afford to in ud rraSsacgL iu your local paper and keep 25s 3Lafc it The mail order houses lay tttfousands of dollars on pamphlets ssaLairculars and catalogues and you arc y be sure they are past masters in t2bs art of making them attractive 3 2sM2s how they get the trade they do Ton wri do the same thing in your l- okI paper and In other ways ou a isauiEEir scale It doesnt cost a for Sanetoget out a catalogue Its of no sfcStt go on advertising the fact that arwcmrme Is Brown and that you are lril1c business ona certain street H51S4 doesnt interest the general pub 3fc Give em pricos Tell em what zJt got to sell Make a certain difrjf qK the week always bargain day wuS sve people some reason to come tajjour store You may lose money t rTcuture at first but you keep iIttdit and youll get big results before 9sisg Let the residents here know atefthear are not only hurting you but 5Ucflwn as well by sending their mon 35 craf of It- 3E consider your suggestions said saembaut thoughtfully Guess 1D5flVertrse more and try the cats Skats the game Let people know 3KHrytnr feel about this matter Put it 4ot9tem fair and square and have the Jtxta back you up The mail order SbHses are draining the country of mooy that should be spent at home aiIt fs about time the residents of acnji towns realized it Thousands of dKfs are sent away every week for B that could have been purchased aBeaper in the local stores The first Qof every good citizen Is home pro iteSfan Funny they cannot reason it aathat the more they spend in their awe town the more money they are go jJpg to keep in circulation there and teaaore prosperous it will make the wraanunity Manufacturers looking for fttnlfr on which to erect a plant are not 2zSxg to locate in a town where halt fi ztores have To rat signs on them KI If everybody traded out of town jJIBt to save a few pennies there fcsdant be much left of it in a short Stae TVcl goodby Brown Ill be 5Kmd this way soon I T M Was two months later when the feiaraner visited the store ag fn This the place was so crowded with aers however that he had no r Di irr to bring up the mairordei mat J tjlut the grateful look and hearty riwH1IakQ the busy mef liant iva r aft tel5 the story J4 B 3fta4wi8L h j t f uliiJiKttt x tV t i Farm an Garden HENS Result VERSUS INCUBATORS of Some Recent Experiments In Chicken Raising By JAMES DRYDEN Artificial incubation in recent years has assumed large proportions Large numbers of Incubators and brooders are purchased in every community en tailing in the aggregate a large invest ment of capital It is admitted that tber are great losses In the artificial incubation of eggs and brooding or chicks and many explanations are KTCUBATOR HOUSE given as to the cause The complaint jis that the chicks either fall to hatch or hatching they fall to live Why the embryo should live through the iii cubation period and die before hatch lug is a problem that bothers the in cubator operator more probably than any other It is a keen disappointment to the incubator user to find after the eggs apparently have progressed satisfactorily up to the time of hatching that 25 per cent of them more or less have failed to hatch This means a large loss to the poultry man and if there were no other prob lem Involved in incubation than that of the chicks dying in the shell it would warrant extended investigation The testimony is very conflicting as to the efficiency of incubators Hatches as high as 90 to 95 per cent of fertile eggs are fr quently made and as low as 25 per cent or less Some claim that the fault Is in the stock that laid the eggs Others claim that the man who runs the Incubator Is usually to blame in falling to follow Instructions and this Is very often the case An even more serious problem is hatch the chicks well Some claim that it is easy to hatch the chicks but hard to raise them Some reports are made to the effect that within four weeks after hatching every chick has died At certain seasons of the year probably 50 per cent of the incubator chiclit die The cause of this great uortalit is usually ascribed to faulty method of brooding or feeding The fact tlu the chick may be hatched with iu paired vitality has not been reeognizei fully The evidence of vitality shoul not be merely that the chick survive the brooding period but that it come to maturity with vitality equal to tim of the parent stock and is capable uj transmitting the same vigor and hualrl to the second generation- A series of carefully conducted investigations at the Oregon Agriculture college has brought out the following facts as to the comparative efficient of hens and incubators From S79 eggs set incubators hatch ed 533 chicks or 606 per cent From 279 eggs hens hatched 21 chicks or 7S8 per cent Eliminating eggs broken in uesfc the hens hatched SS2 per cent of egg set The incubators hatched 785 per con of fertile eggs and the hens hatchei 965 per cent Eggs incubated artificially tested on 227 per cent as infertile while thes incubated by hens tested out 11S pe sent The incubators showed 106 per cei Of chicks dead in the shell and th hens 2S per cent Chicks hatched under hens weigher heavier than chicks hatched iu lu cub ltOtS The mortality of hen hatched chick COOP FOR srrriNQ HENS brooded in brooders was 108 per cen in four weeks and of incubator hatchet chicks 335 i er cent The mortality in hen hatched cbick brooded under hens was 22 per cern and of Incubator chicks 492 per cent In other tests the mortality was 40C per cent for Incubator chicks brbodec1 by hens and 5S4 brooded in brooders nhatchedchicks made greater gain in weight than Incubator chicks whether brooded by hens or brooders Keep Sowing Sow something whenever the ground Is cleared Nature abhors bare grounds Crimson clover Is excellent for sowing among till garden crops at the last cultivation This will llvq through the winter and may be turned underinsprlngfthus adding humus and nitrogen to the soil Rye may be sown for acover drop used for spring feed or be turned under as green ma nure Rape or turnips may be sow for fall growth kd are bon ficlal ta- ol1 wgl t j ij ii 4 i vY v t METHODS OF eddKiNG MEATS Water Destroys FIvor of Roast Lamb ChickenINever pour water into the pan In which you roast lamb Rub the meat with salt and pepper and scatter flour lightly over the top Then cover with the leaf of fat which comEs with the roast Cover with a second pan of i same size and baste with the juice of the meat Water destroys the fla jvor steakIbutcher to put in tailings and dis coloredscrapsFresh rump or round tls best Haye it first ground then laid on the meat bloc and the onion chopped into it with a cleaver To get best results in stewing chick en according to the gcod oldfashioned methods disjoint the fowl wipe each justlset back on the stove to simmer very gently When about half done add salt When the meat is just ready to drop from the bone you will find your stock greatly reduced Add an equal quantity of milk thicken with flour and then add pepper and parsler chopped fine Serve on crisp toast If you intend to serve cold ham whole parboil and then bake it Scrub the ham thoroughly and soal over night in cold water Next morning wipe off clean lay in cold water iin a granite iron pot and bring just a boil Pour off this water add more cold and brjng t6a boJJ the see ond time add a handful of bay leaves and some whole cloves Simmer for two hours remove from the pot peel off the skin lay in a dripping pan in which you have poured a cup of water and one of sherry Cover with bread crumbs and pepper bake until golden brown A little flour sprinkled in the pan when eggs are frying will prevent the sputtering hot fat that is so disagree ableMud stains may be removed from tan leather shoes by rubbing them with slices of raw potato When dry polish in usual way Finger marks on paint can be eas ily removed by rubbing with a clean white cloth dipped in kerosene The wood should afterward be wiped with a dry cloth If muslin curtains are needed in a hurry for a kitchen or bathroom they can be washed slightly starched shaken hard pulled Into shape and hung up without ironing Sheets pillowcases towels table cloths all folded linens should be laid upon the shelves with the open and hemmed ends toward the wall the round folds outward The effect Is neater to the eye and articles are more easily taken out Small punctures in hotwater bags or rubber gloves may be replaced by applying a small patch of tailors mending tissue moisten with common chloroform lay on a second patch and moisten again until four or five patches have been applied The chlo roform dissolves the tissue and when it evaporates leaves a firm patch Fish Roe Custard Parboil half a pound of fish roe for ten minutes drain and drop into ice water for a few moments drain again dry lightly in a cloth arrange in a baking dish dot with small lumps of butter sprinkle with salt and pepper and cover with a cupful of boiling water to which a teaspoonful of beef extract has been added cook for 20 minutes in a moderate oven Remove the roe to a hot platter and break with a fork Add a cupful of cream to the stock left in the baking dish stir in three beaten egg yolks and cook until slightly thickened pour over the roe and serve with cereal crisps A Cure for Stained Walls We have a large chimney which stained the wall paper in spite of successive coats of size paint varnish and shellac A paperhanger reme died the matter by pasting sheets of tinfoil over the spot taking goodcare to smooth out all wrinkles When this was thoroughly dried the chimney was thoroughly repapered We have not been bothered with any stains since The foil is to very thin itmay be used under any paper without danger of showing through Of course the wall was first cleaned of the old paper Good Housekeeping Mixed Pickles Onehalf bushel of green tomatoes two heads of cabbage or cauliflower a few cucumbers chopped fine two dozen small onions cooked white mus tard seed two ounces of celery seed tWibunche scald in vinegar until tender drain put all together and can- To Place the Keep dish MeatWf1Ion a pan of with a metal dish cover and over that place a cloth The latter will prevent the gravy from drying upland kesp the meat moist and juicy H ne Notes Dont Brown the R alit When the meat is being roastedrand there is danger of Its becoming too brown place a basin of water in the iPYJKir 1IfI steam will prevent scorch Insianttha meat UIcoo t L 1Jrfr J = young Folks I CORN AND BEANS A Game In Which Alertness Wins the Prize The game of corn and beans may be played by any number of persons one of whom called the professor reads questions from a card while the oth ers hold cards bearing answers The professors card holds any number ofI questions usually about forty on historical or any other subjects chosen and there are the same number of other cards each one containing the answer to one question These should all be prepared In advance After a professor has been hosen the answer cards are distributed equally among the playersj A quantity of corn and beans for use as counters is also equally distributed The professor begins by reading any question he chooses Questions and answers should be correspondingly numbered The holder of the answer should cry Coriil and all the others must cry Beans If the holder calls first he reads the answer and hands the card to the professor If one or more cry Beans first he must give each one so calling a corn or bean and hold the answer card till the question Is asked again If any one cries Corn or Beans wrongly lie must give a corn or bean to each one of the others If the professor asks a question which has already btfen answered the first one to discover the mistake cries Corn and beans and changes places with the professor who becomes an ordinary pupil professorione pay out all his corn and beans he must borrow of a neighbor The first one to dispose of his answer cards is called the model scholar The first one out of corn and beans is the bank rupt and the player having the most corn and beans at the close of the game Is the millionaire Shouting Proverbs A game of proverbs in which at a signal from the guesser all the players call out the words that have been as signed them at the same moment This may be repeated any number of times agreed upon beforehand If the guesser tries to listen to all the words at once he will find it very hard to understand any of them but if he stands near one player at a time and listens only to him the proverb is easy to catch For this reason the guesger may be requir ed to stand at an equal distance from all the players They may sit In a circle while he stands in the middle Convective Currents Doubtless there are many boys and girls who do not know what a cone vectlve current of air is says Chicago News It Is a current that has been heated and in rising carries the heat with it Colder air at once takes the place of the heated air and that In Its turn is heated and rises It is by con vective currents that the earths at mosphere is heated The sun Imparts little or none of its heat to the air It Is the earths surface that it heats The surface throws off that heat in convec tire currents and the air receives and retains it A Picture Play FIRST APPEABANOE SECOND APPEARANCE Fairynave fairy sweet Who keeps home so bright and neat Who enters the rooms of boys and girls And finds lost marbles or smooths out curls Who mends the rent In a girlies frock Or darns the hole In a tomboys sock If you dont believe It Is true I say You may search and find her this very vInYou must not look for a maiden fair With starry eyes and golden hair Her hair may be threaded with silver gray But one glance of h reyes drives care away And the touch of her hand Is so soft and light When It smooths out a place for your head at night If you know of sOme one Just like this My household fairy you mot missItM mother i SL Nicholas tf r 1 t ijJ I r I p t i Peoples State Bank JCAPITAL 1OOOOO agojustiori Notwithstanding the hard times there has been oleucly growth fro hr start in the number ofonr YJIare 01 = incited to open an account with us Per sonal attenioj to all busjtt J M HlbGKIN Cashier IJ L BROvaf President L B COCKRELL Vice President Aiitlito rio iii SKating every Afternoonand Evening The season has fairly opened now and crowds arc attending the rink daily The Best Skating Rink in the Blue Grass with an uptodate floor and plenty of room to move around All who desire to learn will be taught free in the morning or between session Auditorium t1 Baseball Season- PresdentiaI Election I Christmas The fans have their fun the politicians theirs and now comes our turn THE HOLIDAYS Do you realize how close to hand they are It is just the right time now for you to get your gbods selected Our stock is full of New Goods We are readyits your play Come be the first to make your selection Avoid the rush Baldwin Bros + t Jewelers and Optician 4 T i IIIAlways the Brown times samesomeI Woodson Moss Manager The best in the State for the money B n c CALL ON NELSON Jhe Transfer Man bjgday or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 HIGH GRADE PIIOTOGRAPHY Remember that Irghgrade fotograf and portraits make appropriate Xmas Plaop your orders with EARP The Artist now and syvoid the rush during the holidaysI Progress and Poverty So long as air the increased wealth which modern progress brings goes but to build up great fortunes to in crease luxury and nke sharper the contrast between the House of Have and the House of Want progress is unentIITo Transfer Newspaper Cuts A combination a lump of soap of1 Qfjtoilingof turpentine is the familiar solution used to transfer newBpaper cutS to another piqee of p por or toTciolLb J t It r i rl flo r Ii g I pL 1 jj CapitalEoo00o Undivided Profits 160000 rHEE WDC11QSt1BaIIKYLNCIIESTERI N H VVITHERSPOON PRESIDENT i W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLISITS YOWL ACWTSI lltli1r1S HAOAN ANDI Inqincs iJF SIMPLE t EUAbL ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS Ef mr EMFG CO IINCORlORATED WINCHESTER KY DB HAMPTON Pros F Clip Cashier THE Jark County Ftatnaf Uant MTNSTYEIT tllinsbestG1J It8ntutlkl Capital 200000 Surplus sJilOOOOO Undivided Profija60Oo swOrK nlxid 1865 beIng the oldest aji I- tthtdtv Collections made on all poldts kud your nonntQ solicited ITF you m not InsuredsFind our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms BEfore Insuring see us WE ARE THE BES JOUETTS INSURANcE AGENC Simpson Building Both Phawes 71 SEE GILBERTBOTTO FOR4 Fresh 6 Cured Meat Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHW S OPERA HOUSE BLOCK Conkwriilillfaiisfer aiKl Ice Col Crating Handling and Hauliftf Fw niture Pianos Etc i Spacialft i NO 19 North Mall Stree B flii Theaei j WINCHESTER J LORINOCuPAN M 6 C IL McXINN Props f Giadies Cleaned tesai nd Repa HTC2tGAlkbTINGAt oez AilaA Jt Mrpy Sereepp t t ff L + S r ir 1 tA1 7 J I cL c f r 1 THE WINCHESTER MEWS I SOCIETY I How many of us pick up a daily paper read all there is in it drop it and scornfully say That paper is not worth fiddlesticks Theres nothing in it But remember il things dont happen you cant make them so if you want a lot of news stir things up see that there is somll thing doing then report to some member of the office ptHaff We are alw 1 i glad to hear of anything new and to hear it first See to it that we do so wont you If you could only see how the editors and particularly the society editor work their brains sometimes to please the public you would sympathize with them- I once knew an editor of a paper in a little country town who went to a city and saw the bulletin boards of the great dailies On his return home he thcught he would start something There was a deacon Vary ill so the editor decided to put up a board and this is what he had on it dangerousyJt 955 a m Doctors lire now in consultation 1035 a mDoctorsr have given up all hope dyking 12 m Deacon Jones is dead and departed for Heaven Along about 1 oclock some bad fOI1lowingp m Heaven Deacon Jones Las not ar rived a Bowling Party The office employes of the Society of ity gave a bowling party Thuy evening at the Bowling Alley and had a most delightful time They chose their partners and played until a late hour tAmonsf those present were Mr arid Mrs Ed Clark J r and sirs IIW b J ViIand Mrs Warren Witherspoon Mr and Mrs Gus Brooks Mr and Mrs P BWinn Messrs Bonde Sam Ashbrook Sympson Meyers Ran kin John Hall Nichols and Thomas Get your turkey ready for Thanksgiving for we are all hungry and will want lots of good things to eat Basket Ball Th a Girls Basket Ball Team will give a tournament tonight at 73o atthe College The public cordial ly invited Fortnightly Club Mrs Mills will lie hostess Monday afternoon for the Fortnightly Lit erary C b a a PERSONALS Mr W T Ogden was in Louisville Friday on business Mrs P B Winn left Saturday for an extended visit to Mrs Nicholas Williams in Chicago Miss Rebecca Gaitskill returned to Lexington Friday morning after a delightful visit to Miss Florrye Smith She was accompanied home by Miss Smith who will be her guest for several days The many fiends of Mrs Nona Dunigan are glad to know she has returned home from the Good Samaritan Hospital and IB greatly im provedMr R Hutehings of El Pasc Tex is in town for a few days Mr Charles Strother returned home Friday from several days hunt ia the mountains and brought many birds back to his friends here Beseems to have had splendid luck herattracI1ive iJry j rr rpt i J r L from a delightful visit to Frankfort and Lexington where several en tertainments were given in their honorMrs Holler of O wings ville who has been visiting Mrs Matt Bean has returned to her home Miss William J Wills left foi Lexington Saturday for several weeks vsiit to Mrs Joe H Shry ock on Kentucky avenue Mrs Stewart Tiacy will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Mrs Lou Boswell for several days Mr Hugh Meguiar will leave for St Petersburg Fla in a few days to spend the winter Mr Waller Calmes will go to Florida in a few days for the win ter The Merchant of Venice is go atIstore room adjoining Winns Furniture Stone on Dec 3Oth Mr Jack Hutsell is in town Mr and Mrs Prewitt Harris ar guests of Dr and Mrs R Br Hun terBorn ThursJay evening to Mr and Mrs Irvine Ballard of Louisville a fine girl Mrs Ballard was formerly Miss Nettie Scrivener of this city Mr Ben T Barch has moved from Boone avenue to his residence at 110 Georgia street Mr Robert Jones came up from Lexington Tuesday and went hunt ing with his brother Mr A B Jones PCl1stionat Jellico Tenn Mr Harvey Long has moved from Berry Ky to the bouse recently vacated by Mr T K Moore on Jefferson street Mrs W R Cassady of Clay City is the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Fox on South Highland street toitonThunday- after a visit to her sister Mrs R W Hampton on Kentucky street Mrs D M Shearer has returned from a weeks visit to relatives in t 1J i l1 t t r C fi c S 7It It 4 t4 TXjEiENyotz catchontohe fact Teref rV fr ing you the bestclothesever shocvn 1F tIHst whydfull be surprised that youhavenegry lected the opportunity so long HART SCHAFFNER MARX T v Suit and Overcoat in the store is a goodcatch V Y and youll realize it as soon as you see them Weve got some of the finest things herelSthat Hart Schaffner LZ Marx ever made special things produced for UF and for you r Well show you Some of the smartest styles in fine Overcoats new ideas for this season- both i V iv in fabricsand in models nobody in the l wliole countrlT r offers you such values as we do f in our Hart Schaffner Marx Fine Clothes I slthe same in Suits We show you the best the market at lowpr ices Every dollar you pay here gets value V This store is the homeof r t H tScihaffiier 8l Marx clothes t i 4 H SIP VIC BLOOMFiELD2 u t Agent for- Crossett r 350 to 500 Shoes Franklin county Mr H F Glass has near com plelion a cottage on Central avenue Mr William Stamper has return ed home after an extended visit to friends in Wolfe county He will again take up his duties as clerk in the big department store or his un cle G W Robinson oj Pendleton street Born Friday to Mr and Mrs Chas Parsons twin daughters Liz BI of Mr and addition is completed and ready for occu pancy Mr J C Owen made a business trip to Lexington Friday LOGANS LICK IMr J M Aldridge has rented his to Messrs Brown Fox and Lee Aldridge and will move to Win Chester Alley Watts has rented his farm to Asa Watts and will move toe Winchester Mrs Ellis Noel an 3 three chil dren are very sicktWillie Frank Ragland who has been ill of typhoid fever is slowly improVing Mr and Mrs Brown Bradley vis ited the family of Mart Ragland from Friday until Saturday W R Locknane shipped to Cin cinnati last week a car load of cat tie Mr and Mrs Grover Gilbert were guests of Mr and Mrs J W Burgher from Thursday until Fri day Allen Osborne has purchased from Will Haggard his dairy outfit and will continue to conduct it Wess Martin has moved to the Joe Croxton farm Everett Wells will move to the house vacated by Mr Martin Mr Thomas of near White Hall sold to Weil Coone hundred head of cattle at four cents a pound They averaged one thousand pounds each BrownBradley has moved t i the farm of FR Locknane fir 1l t 1f Jft r F Agent HAND BRASS lir We have just received a nice line of Candle Sticks Smoking ISets 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 r C H jeweler and Optician Mr and Mrs Reuben Tipton were guests of Wack Burgher from Tuesday until Wednesday Married at the residence of J M Aldridge Mr Wack Burgher and Miss Mollie Jones We wish them a long and happy life WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use borne flourth- best made Kerr Perfection an White Pearl flour has no equal RECEPTION TO NEGROES FRANKFORT Ky N021On c of the features of the visit of Justice John M Harlan to Governor Willson at the mansion in this city during the Thanksgiving holidays will be the re ception of Justice Harlan to the ne- groes pf this city which has been ar ranged for n9xt Tuesday afternoon The reception will be held in Gover nor Willsons private office and hiis tory in Kentucky Justice Harlan is popular among the negroes and his recent dissenting opinion in the case of the Common wealth of Kentucky against the Be rea College and in which he holds for mixed schools of whites and negroes popularity the negroes in the South Delegations m all of the largest cities ia Kentucky east of Louisville are expected to be present to wtlcome Judge Hariau beck to this old home r t f r for- Young Bros Hats WROUGHT BOWEN DR ft B RiCKS AT METHODIST CHURCH Will Begin a Tarercell s Special Services on Sunday Morning November 22 BowrmgGreenof special services Sunday No vember 22 at the Methodist church twtla m in the evening at 730 p m Dr Ricks isone of the finest preachers in the Methodist churck and it will repay all to hear liiirL There will be good music during ths services All are invited to attend DAISYS CANBJES iChocolate cream Divinity cream Plain crean always fresh at ICid wells Drugstore ll192t CLAY CITY Mr Arthur H Phillips of tins place has just returned from a delightful hunting trip through the northern part of Wisconsin where he reported game plentiful andals had a very enjoyable time THREE THOUSAND FEET of moving pictures will be given at the Opera House Saturday night First shoW begins promptly at J 7 30j second 8 15 Atlmiioalll cents 17 1A92t- i i rYv t f A 0 1tif I e r 4 I T f f i r 7 lr i A S f if t THE WINCHESTERIJIIEWSf f 2 c u We carry all GoodThinghatare necessary to Make Your Reception or trF Card Party a Success 1 Champignons French Peas mptd Spanish Peppers Lobster andPotato Chips Good a Time by Buying Your 1Fancy Groceries from I STOIiELY ROtlNSA VALL PowderDyriamiteSo- le vents for Red Cross flour Prices Lardy and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees andJeas Huylers Candy tARGEST CROWD OFE1iY1CS REVIV Al a y rFiY8 Additions and Five Conversions ttKat First Baptist Friday v LNight The biggest crowd of the rival scr- vicesat the First Baptist church at ver1Ii sons was Councilman Pigg The services will continue Saturday aiid nil through next week Br J J Porter will ocem v the pulpit for Dr J W Porter in Lexington Dr SundayIJjye die Ezk 3311 He said inI part Xerxes when he gazed at his mi r nificent army of three million men and women wept as a child Rein r asked why he wept he said The thought come to me that in less than a century not one of this great ar Sadlitudc marching to the cemeterv We know full well that we must all die and the reference of the text is not the death of the bQdy hut the death of the soulor the second death We Are Responsible r When God says Why will flieM he makes us responsible fol- our damnation From the statid point of man It will has won every victory of earth It is not a ques xtion whether you are willing to be saved but do you will to be saved Pilate was willing to release Jesus b rllCdid not willrelease hiJIlI 1 will dives into the depths of the sea and brings forth the hidden pearl Iwill climbs the highest mountains and writes its name on tHc1iighcst peak and then mounts upi rwith eagle win d till its sits down ntthe foot of him who is not onl the great J am but the Yteattl 4 Wilt V j Indecision a Curse Indecision is the cardinal curse of life The horrors of hell will be in tensified 1ycould but I would not If you rc ject Christ it ia wilful rejectior You inn v lose the power to will to Chit The will may he parabxee as4 yen as the body If I should huh lengthvo me mom j c u1d jncver move it again Sin weakens the will tu disease weakens the body Sin is as much a disease as is consumption r It takes courage to will for Christ A man must have backbone to be a Christian- It ilI is not because you ounnot but because you will not accent liim Christ made the invitation as Been as the sea and as hiph as henven t and as broad as the earthsoe- vor will let him partake of the water of life freelylie csoated and Tcdeemcd you is it not reasonable i that you should serve him Your life is this moment in his hands He can will and you fall a lifeless corpse in your seat When one of the mines in Namino was on fire and the cage va5 going up for the last time a man Whoiwas on the cage said to another who was left in the mine You come ifnd s take my place as I have no wife or childrenrrhe other replieduNo It is true that you have no wife or child to mourn your loss but von m inot a Christian Go nnd rcwmbpr that I died th t yon raiilt lire tj come to Christ Christ died that yon might accept him tonight h3 grace ibrourli faith Like the pro 1ieaJcan you not say I will arise vaBd go to mv father f i uiy You can not eatall the flonr ad j Tertised as the beston earth aitc1I r5youcan not make a mistake in us= if in Mansfields Best Patent or Mt1 I rt iioilly EVelV sack guaranteed f y ANSEELDS FLOUR MItts t Winche tdr1 X1133moze r od t Asparagus Tips Maraschino Cherries Salted Almonds Mints of All- Kinds and Colors All INTERESTS Champ ASK ialCalls u It Is Argument Advanced aisle- IOVERNMENTNEEDS by tative Boutell In Favor of ing Protective Tariff tS Missouri Congressman Argues Free Trade In Lumber Will vent Devastation of Timber In United States- Washington Nay 21A grab game is the appellation the tariff by Representative Clark of Missouri at the hearing fore the ways and means on the tariff schedules for wood wood manufactures The administrations policy vation of the forests figured In the argument Several said they wanted a protective on lumber because other articles protected by the law This forth the term of grab from Clark Representative Boutell of nols assertet in defense of a tive tariff that the government secure 300000000 in revenue that as a result some industries 0Gtbe rrotected That free trrde for lumber tend to prevent the devastation the American timber lands was orinion expressed by Mr Clark said that it lid not matter if devastated liar forests Mr argued that the American would have to surly the lumber both countries if tlie Canadian ests wer devastated and that some broader scheme than tariff should he adopted for Jpg the United States and Can Cinarets and Boys Start Fire Columbus 0 Nov 21 stoking cigarets are supposed have started the fire in the barn of V J Davidson a loss of about 3000 The was practically wrecked and 21 tons of hay one transfer and toXsets cf harness were ed Eighteen horses were in stable when the fire was but they were all taken out fiRE IN MINE Kills Three and Imprisons Beyond Reach of Rescuers Butte Mont Nov 21Fire in fourth drift east from No2 the Northwestern Improvement panys mine at Red Lodge caused death of three miners and the able death of many more Twentyseven men have been cued all being in a critical They state that at mast b4 men still in the depths and in the dangerous part of the mine and impossible for the rescuers to IRusfan near them Emperor Indisposed St Petersburg Nov 21Reare in circulation in official to the effect that Emperor Is slightly indisposed These may mean that his majesty has tided to abandon his idea of Ifor a distance of three miles the streets of St Petersburg In funeral cortege of his uncle Duke Alexis who died recently Paris The entire route of the neral procession is to be lined either side by a living wall of able Jut in spite of this there is apprehension for the safety CountI his majesty The tlat i of ac official vote in the cent presidential election in tucky of all the counties except son in which the unol ial fi are5 used s ows t rt te c vote of all the tckets e2itDemocratic is 241470 whUe Bryan vote is 244055 nvlrbjr TT just 1 772 short cf isl lri 3 ri Vote in the state His phirsVity daft vote Rlbaev however wll lib 5874 l r 1 M t HUNTING IN MADISON Rev J Marshall Thomas and Al len Snjowden of this city have just returned from a successful hunting trip in Madison county THANKSGIVING GAME The prospects now of a Thanksgiv ing game here are very good The game will either He played with the University of Louisville or St Marys Colleee St Marys is now claiming the championship of the State SCHURCHES Washington Street Presbyterian Morning service Subject Grat itude Evening services Threefold Force of Progress The Pastor Rev C E Crafton will preach In the afternoon at 230the Jun ior Mission Band will hold an open meeting All are invited to be pres entFirst Church of Christ Scientist Regular services at the reading room Sunday morning at elevlm oclock and testimonial meeting Wed nesday night at seven oclock The public is cordially invited to attend Sunday November 22 1908 Sub ject Soul andBody Golden Text Keep thy heart with all diligence for out of it are the issueof life Responsive Reading Psalm 34 19 18 9O The public is invited to visit the Openrdaily First Presbyterian Church Rev Wm Cumming pastor will preach at 11 and 7 Morning topicSeed Sowing and the Harvest Eveninar Service The Last Invi tation r Episcopal Church Service Sunday morning at 1045 Rev F F Wentworth Archdeacon of the Diocese of Lexington will conduct the service and preach Stran tiers will be cordially welcomed Bible School at 945 Alens Bible Class at 10 A cordially invited DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Mary Kissenger Mrs Mary Kissenger one of the oldest and most respected citizens ot this city died at her home ou Biickuer street Friday after an illness of sev eral months of the infirmities due to old age Mrs Kissenger was 81 years of age and had lived in this city nearly all her life The funeral services were held Saturday morn lug at St Josephs Catholic church of which she had been a devoted member all her lifeI conducted hv Rev W B Ryan Te remains were taken to Lexington for buriaL She is survived by one brother Mr John W Murphy Mr Elijah Gofh The burial of Mr Elijah Goff who died suddenly near Indian Field Friday night took place in the Mt Sterling cemetery Saturday morning sit 10 oclock MODERN WOODMEN The Modern Woodmen of America meet in the Y M I Hall every Mon lay night at 730 oclock Thanksgiving sale at T S Bushs yore Wednesday November 25th given by the young ladies of the Mission Circle of the First Christian Church 1121it OPERA HOUSE One of the new theatrical offerings for the coming season will bENt dra matization of Mary J Holmes novel Tempest and Sunshine All who have read the book will no doubt wish to see the plav which will be brought to the Winchester Opera House by W F Mann the producer on November 27 The Ladies of the Methodist Church will have a Thanksgiving market and Japanese display Wed nesday November 25 in the store room next to the Winn Furniture Company The object cf the sale is to benefit a Ministerial Student of X W C M2I3L New proprietors of the Brown Proctoria Barber Shon Give us n call SMOOT u JJXG riJvft =COURT DAY Honda J county court day A large crowd is eapeeledin town as many farmers Ayill want to bear fur ther salelTHE NEWSfb n1 ik5c jr txontht t r IiaIilsfJhThiur will be here Soon and allof us are getting ready to Eat the Festive V TurkeyThe Housewife is beginning to take stockof her China and Dinnerwarein the family dinner J We have some thing special that every one should see before making any purchases Read the next coulmn of this ad L tisement 1 HALL ECTOTV ll J Get Your TURKEYOld for Thanksgiving Dinner The Winch- esterAuditorium O- NWednesday Night ovember 25th 1908 wil give the following prizes rest Lady Skater Fine Turkey Best Gentleman Skater Country Ham piesforlooby Prize SSL LargrPnmpkin The first two prizes to be contested by persons who never won a prize ADMISSION ioc SKATES 15c The Grand March will be put on led by the winners of prizes the Winchester Friday Nov 27MATINEE AND NIGHT W F MANN Presents MSS MARIE DE BEAU and MISS WANDA RIVERS TemjDestand v SunshineA Draznitizatiozii of MARY J HOLMES Famous Novel WitH tHe original Chicago Production A Beautiful Story of Southern Life 2d SuccessfulSea on Special Scenic Production lOc and 25c Night 25c 35c 5Oc and 75c TURKEYS yourThanksgiving turkeysfromnce will beatw C Taylor Gos Stockyards on Broadway phcne o531Ea Tenn No 74 Sefwe selling Get niy pricks l E REKAKERv AGT I36t-I s t1 1rc 11 jr r 81IDINNERWARE VICTOR GOLD TRACED LIGHT IN WEIGHT HANDSOME IN SHAPE- BEAUTIFUL IN FINISH DAINTY IN DECORATION STRONG DURABLE AN- DINEXPENSIVE We this new pattrn one of the best values wo have shown CAN SUPPLY I COMPLETESETSW r FURNITURE UNOER TAKING PRICES Matinee WANTED Home W consider Always the Same Sometime Better CbankSgioingDinn r BrownProctorla Botel Bill of Fare Consomme Royal Blue 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 Champagne Sauce Larded Tenderloin of Bee with Mushrooms Roast Young Turkey Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Mallard Duck Currant Jelly i Sweet Breads in caseswith French Peas Fried Frog Legs on Toast Frozen Egg Nog Waldorf Salad Snow Flake Potatoes Candid Yams Cauliflower in Cream Hot Mince Pie Carmel Pie Ice Cream in forms Assorted Cakes Plum Pudding Cognac Sauce Mixed Nuts Raisins Fruits Roguefort Cheese Neufchatel Cheese New York Oream 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 5100 CLASSIFIED LOST Small leather pocketbook containing some paper money and check drawn by N P Van Meter on Clark County National and pay able to B R Jouett Please re turn to this office andre eie r- ewardU21tf gobblersMrsphone 332 112120t FOR RENT Cottage very desirably located Apply at this of fice 1117tf RUGS Take you old carpets to KVn hMd leave them made into nice nigs KERR BROS at Vinn IJVunitrs Co 11l02i FOR RENT Half of house on cor ner of Lexington avenue and Burns street Dr Glenmore Combs trustee HvlS3t FOR SALE Perfectly good latest model Oliver tynewriter Apply at this office FOR SALEBarber shop five chair 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 G Z Dyer 72 Slain street Win FOR SALE Meat hogs from two to three hundred pounds C J BOSWELL Phone j1156t WANTED SEWIPIGIatnP rePare- to do all kinds of sewing Ladle shirt waists and childreus dressmaking a specialty Call at 23 t S Highland street MRS J C LAKY 10191 mo WANTED Tally 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 RENT New fourroom cottage on East Broadway piped for gas cistern on porch MRS J A RAMSEY U103t FOR RENTTwo new rooms at the corner of Burns and Lexington avenues Gas and electric lights Apply to T W Brock Burns and Lexington avenues 111141 FOR SALECottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and Beckner street W P AZBILL 11131mo FOR SALEA 10gauge Parker doublebarrel hammerless shotgun Cost 8000 when new In good condition JW CHAMBERS 11136t SALE OR EXCHANGE 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 sell or exchange for other real estate LEE WAINSCOTT11134t JIFOR T TAYLOR1l12= 3t New proprietors of the Brown Proctoria Barber Shop Give us a call SMOOT KING 11114 Great Scott F If our people dont know a good thing whenlthey see it no use of looking for people who We mean this ni candid sincerity and we want to thank the people who have so generously heeded our solicitations for their work in the last six weeks =We are now adding to our force at the rate of one man a day Andnow that the Tobacco momey is soon to become a Prodigal Son lets all put our shoulders to the wheel of prosperity and show the world that Winchester is not only the home ofthe largest deals but is the largest 10000 city of this glorious Amerr ca And that the Eagle Casting Co of Winchester incorporated s Workand better prices on Castings of all kinds Coal and Lumber Cars Cement Clamps Gas Furnacesr U andStrucluralStev vr r than any similar institution in Kentucky p r f ft r r F lG COy Gen 1 Xana r- f f r1 t r r t