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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 ft 1 Jy t t wuj r isOf i ooJ h 2 V rr 2dDITIONr I J A CKE NEW Iii4LANGLEY IS A TOUR OF t TENTH CONGRESSIONAL r b onUressrnan Will he in Winchester Friday AflerooonFavors CayPm RasWonJohn4Oi a ew hours Thursday afternoon h He was greeted by many friends spine of whom were Democrats that voted for him He ran some fifteen huge abea JOf the Republican elejctofs in his district His election yl y such an overwhelming majority emakes him a cvousmciolis figure in National affairs He is in hearty accord with the oliciesof Presidentelect Taft It e so ably Buie that air Lahgley will be leof the Presidents con Jfidential advisers from the Lowery JHouse Mr Langley is making a tour of 4a T his district in order to get in touch i with and to know the wishes of hiV constituents For this county he has a bill lavorably reported for the gavern v J SMITH HAYS IS IN kr CIRCUIT JUDGE RACE Promises Impartial Justice to Rich and Poor Alike if He is j Elected 73t finisft nouncejl his candidac for Judge of ithe Circuit Court tcr succeed ud r- cBenton His card follows To the temberatic Voters of the stiff Twentyfifth Judicial District In annotncing that I am a candi date for the Democratic nomination 1rdean it nut improper to give my con t ception of the position qualification t 1lnllduties of a Circuit Judge By reason of fPosition he comes more directly in contact with allJthe people than any other official This is necessarily so because he is the arbitrer between man and man sifting in judgment adjusting their- Personalietations passing upon the liberty and life 0cjQupying this important position of power he should be honest and- fair fair to his fellow man iti his- private JjusinessVfair ii his efforts tojsecure poUfical preferment in his party or before the whole people 4 fair to every one in the performance of every duty public or private de volving upon hug whether to the la wan the litigant in the suit or the lawyer at the bar- He should be intelligent haYing acquired a sufficient and accurate knowledge of the law to enable him tp understand and apply the corn ilex rules of property and personal rights These rules of the law are rtheresultof the accumulated wisdom 9fthe past Our precedents are but I tlie highways along which justice and right travel It is his solemn duty to pronounce i i t wjndfirment and maintain twithout disnlay of temper or harsh words for Vthe defeated lawYerala r ways rememberinar that right ascer tanned by human judgment from human evidence and applied to the case under consideration makes true the maxim The law is not as it isbut as it is administered v These qualities of the heart and iiiead combined with a love and sym r for his fellow man under all conditions added to industry ann 5Health make the ideal judge i Theseare the high conceptions which I entertain in reference to the rsitionduties and qualificatipus of a Circuit Judge and as to whether r w or notI can approximate the ideal I submit to the candid judgment of the t Democrats of this district graciously ivilliiig to abide their verdict z If you favor me with thq nomination arid elevate me to the bench I ixpledsre to you that will administer justice without respect to persons r i and do equal right to the noor and to the richand that I will faithfully r fanpX impartially discharge all the d- ui e1 incumbent upon me as judge ac r Vording to the best of my abilities Respectfully l r J SMITH HAYS r t J Born In Morristown r J Judge Hays was born in Morris riown Tenn March 7 1864 His N parents lived in Knox county Ken 5f i r S1S55 J J y f U r Wi fj f tIry c y t t f t i o th tIi If JIIW ItI xri r x i tt ct f rut C l 6J p wIN tTiJBIR SF MAKING DISTRICT i f I made necessary by locking and damming the Kentucky river He will also use every effort to have an additional t1pprvp1ation of thirty thousand Winchester public building I He favors government aid in the construction of roads ant ha 1111pmposeLangley scheduled to be lien for a few hours again Friday after noon He advises The News that he will be glad to meet any one that desires to confer with him on matters of public interest and to meet those that may have interests of a personal nature where he can be of service The session of Congress begins December 7th and after tHat date he will be in Washington t teucky before the war but at the outbreak of the war his father enlisted in the Federal army and the fam ily then moved to Tennessee return lug to Knox county after the war When a young man Judge Hays taught school in the mountains of Central Kentucky and received hip education in the Union College at Barbourville and was admitted to the bar in September 1887 He read law under Gel John Dishnran and later became his partner in the law firm ofDishman and Hays At the deathof Col Dishman Judge Hays continued to run the firm under the name of Dishman and Hays uIitil the time he moved to Winchester Durjng the Bryan campaign or 1896 Judge Hays was chairman of the campaign committee of the eleventh Congressional District an J the largest Dem6erat vote that has ever been brought out in the district- was brouehtout that year under his leadership Canvasses State In 1900 he canvassed Central Kentucky in the interest of Bryan in till presidential race and Beckham in the Governors race In 1908 he was also very autive in the congressional and presidential race taking such slssignments as the committee gave him and in the spring of 19 OS he organized the first Bryan and Kern club in this city that was organized in the State and at the last State Convention lie was very prominently mentioned for Democrat elector f0 the State at large Judge Hays fins always been a Democrat and belongs to a large family of Democrats and he is the first of them to ask for an office at the hands of his fellow emoc JntR1 UNION THANKSGIVING SERVICES WERE HELD Episcopal Presbyterian Christian and Methodist Churches Participate A large and representative and ienceN was present at the Union Thanksgiving services at the Meth odist church yesterday The music rendered by voices of the different churches taking part in the service was of hiph class and the solo of Miss Rash was greatly enjoyed The Rev Wm B Ricks of Bowling Green who is conducting the revival services at the Methodist church preached the sermon and it has been the subject of much favorable comment by the many who heard it The churches participating in the service Were the Episcopal Presbyterian l Christian and Methodist STATE NOW CHAMPION LEXINGTON Kyr Outclassing their opponents jn almost every phase of the science of the game the crack football team ofi State University on the Stoll Athletic field yesterday afternoon defeated the Central University eleven by a score of 40 toO thereby securing the Kentucky Intercollegiate championship for the season of LQOfiL f ij J v GENERAL JOSE MIGUEL GOMEZ SantaClaraheboremember of the Cuban assembly at the close of the SpanishAmerican war and the American provisional governor subsequently appointed him governor of Santa Clara GREAT EDUCATIONAL RALLY IN WINCHESTER ON SUNDAY I Eminent Speakers Will Address Clark County Citizens in the Interest of letter Schools and Better Teachers The citizens pf Winchester and Clark count who are interested in the great questionof education and who desire thatthis city and county should cooperate with the State Superintendent in Iris efforts to awaken a profound interest in the cause of education for the purpose of securing better school houses and school furniture and longer school terms and better equipped teachers should attend the two educational rallies to be held at the court house Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock and Sunday evening at 7 oclock Two Good Speakers JroilfcDougleIoneof the Eastern State Normal will de liver the afternoon address and Dr P P Claxton one of the most popu lar educators of the South and President of the University of the South of Knoxville Tenn will be the eve ping speaker The members of the Junior and Senior Classes of the Winchester High School will furnish the music for the 3 oclock rally and the col lege quartette will furnish a number ofsongs for the evening rally It is hoped that our people will do what they can to make Sunday the opening day of the Educational Whirlwind Campaign a Red Let ter Day educationally for the coun tyILeader in Movements Clark county is known in the State as a leader in all good movements t LiSpecial to News NEW YORK Nov 27Frank Hitchcock has been offered and has accepted the position pf postmaster VISITING IN BOURBON ilrsv Ji L Bosley V4s visiting in Bourbon county i l f- I I r and certainly she iirfespbnd to the callof SuDeriutendeht Crabbe to at tend these educational rallies to be held In this city as above outlinedl and at Ford Sunday evening at 7 oblock The State Superintendent in a letter says that in many places the rallies willlast the entire day and that brassY bands speeches and songs will be the attritions and that the whirlwind is1 ramdiy be coming a cyclone An Interestinn Letter The following letter indicates sometliing of the interest manifested in this educational campaign Brandenburg Ky Nov 23 1908 Hon R M Shipp Winchester Ky Dear sirWe are respecting the biggest time in the history of Meade county December 3rd We have engaged the Ekron Military Band for the day and all church and business people are awake to the situation We expect nine hundred children in the court house yard and they will march to the Methodist church where the exercises will be held Mrs Weaver of Louisville will probably be present fpur friend WB ARNOLD Superintendent Shipn will he in Frankfort Saiurday in an allday conference with the State Superin tendent and other educators to dis cuss the campaign Dr Claxton a meat organizer will have charge of this meeting HITCHCOCK TO BE POSTMASTER GENERAL IN TAfTS CABINET c diairman of Republican Campaign Committee is the first Selected of the New Cabinet Officers v i The t t I general in Judge Taft7s cabinet Hitchcock was the head of the Re publican Campaign Committee in the campaign that re ltedlin iTaffs qleciipn RETURNS FROM PITTSBURG r Mr Rufu Lisle has Returned from aSusiness trip to PittsburgV Pa lI G J i i iSJJASt l f 0flt Ij l b INCREASING INTEREST AT REVIVAL SERVICES Dr William B Ricks Interesting Ser mon on Jacob at fc Peniel The revival services at the Metho increasinginterest dav night stibJectThursdayGen 32 24 f V Among other things lie said Ja cobs character before he met God was a mixture of goodand evil He was not altogether bad for he had liolythingsresult of the teaching ofa Godly man such as was Jacobs father Every boy who has had the com panionship of a Christian father starts out in the world with an ad vantage over the evil one No one can enjoy the training of pious park ents and then forget wholly these things that are noble and pure Jacob a Supplanter Yet notwithstanding Jacobs re ItfJMis training he was as his name sharptradercorpping out in his character Even In his interview with God at Bethel tellingGodprosperity he would give God back onetenth of it Yet though Jacob was evil the an gel of the Divine presence followed him and his voice called unto him God calls oeyery man Anti every man is impressed ttirne with Gods presence God ndver leaves men alone Not a Christian at Bethel Jacob was not a Christian at Beth el even though he had promised to give God a tenth of his income He was still wrong and in the course of time he had to meet Esau the man he hadwronged Every man must meet his sin No one dan sow wild oats without reaping rs ome of them Whatever a man soweth that shall he reap Jacob was lonely when he sent bis family and all his attendants over the brook preparatory meeting Esau and the loneliest man in the world is the man who is facing his sins What could be worse than a man alone facing hitsins Tire way of the transgressor is hard Jacob could not meet Esau while he was wrong with God so he wanted to right himself with God before he met his wronged brother and at Peniel he wrestled withthe angel of the Divine presence and received the new name and became anew man and from that time on he was not Jacob the supplanter but Israel the Prince with Go- dAMRIIAN MINISTER RESIGNS HIS OFFICE John Coolidge Says That There Are Too Many Revolutions For Him Special to The News MANNAGUE Nicaragua Nov 27 7101m Coolidge American minister here has tendered his resignation The State Department at Washing ton disapproved of his meddling in Nicaragua affairs Coolidge says there were too many revolutions for him S RAH NAFF SUES OLIVER FOR 5000 Says That Defendant on March Unlawfully Assaulted and Beat Her Sarah Naff through her attorney John M Stevenson filed suit in Circuit Court Friday morning against James Wjlliam Oliver for 5OOQ The petition states that on March 1 1908 the defendant unlawfully assaulted and beat and bruised her about the head with his fists fo her damage in the above amount KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS The election of officers for the en suing yeat that was to have taken place in lyanboe Lodge No 48 K of P Thtirsddy night has been postponed until next Thursday night All members are requestejdto be present t V 5 11 ttS i 1i 1 tfJ t rr WEATHEII Generally Fair Twiifiiit Sat Iurday Not Much Ckaflfe in r Ttm eratiirt oIAA r ROADRACE WON BY FRENCHMAN Wagner Drives Italian Car to Victory Establishes New 0 Record JA Savannah Gnl Nov tSix score of Italian horses 120 horsepower sent crashing and roaring in the cyl inders of a Fiat car sent plunging through changing fog and sunshine 61 402 miles of lilacoiled roadways by the experienced hands of Louis Wag ner won the most spectacular the longest and the fastest international t automobile race ever held in this country Fate played a game of hide and seek with three grim and grimy hooded figures that sat behind big steering wheels and throttles and fought with skill and daring for an advantage of seconds at the finish of the more than six hours of driving through the stifling fumes of burning oil into storms of sand and oflofihonor of a trophy cup goldI who clung to very start were huffled about like so many cards as the flying laps were reeled away For a time there was a fourth figure In the leading column but when little more than a minute separated the first from the last of the cars in the whirring quartet a caprice of fortune sent one pitching from the road Out of the mass of wreckage Fritz Erie 1 ho had been driving the German braIuntil the last minute of the last lap that the tide of victory turned to Wagner Nazarro the wonderful Italian driver holder of worlds rec ords and winner of countless con tests who had clung tenaciously to a narrow margin of lead for more than 100 miles hesitated long enough at the supply pits to change l weakening tire and lost The treacherous rubber tubing burst ash was about to enter the home stretch and the three minutes of de lay that followed sent the grand prix winner of last year and his Fiat No 6 from first to third position Hem ery In a German Benz No8 favorite of the followers of automobile racing took second honors It was not un til the official time was announced that the actual winner was known that Wagner had hurled himself to victory by the slender margin pf 56 seconds Hemery was the first to flush the 16 laps of the race and enthusiastic thousands hailed him as a winner without heed of the six minutes grace which Wagner held Hemery being sent away at the start that length of time in advance of WagnerWagner set a new record for road racing In this country George Rob ertson in the Vanderbilt cup race of 258 miles last month set the mark of 643 miles an hour For the longer distance of 402 miles Wagner raised it to 655 He averaged 23 minutes to one each of the 16 laps that measured 2513 miles His fastest lap was in 2150 but the lap honors of the day went to De Palma at the wheel of Fiat No 18 who twice made the circuit In 2136 an average of 70 miles an hour SHERIff TO RESIGN Tennessee Official Resents Threat to Send Soldiers to His County Tiptonvllle Tenn Nov 27 The rumor here that Governor Patterson intended to send 150 troops to take charge of the situation and arrest supposed participants in the Wednes day night lynching has caused great excitement Sheriff Haines declares that if the solwiers are sent here he will resign He claims he is able to cope with the situation without mil Itary aid It is said that if the soldiers are sent here they intend to arrest every man who was in town on the night of the lynching r r Anderson Doesnt Want Office Boston Nov 27ln view of the fact that it has been suggested that Larz Anderson of Brooklin would re ceive a diplomatic post because of his substantial contribution Of 25 000 to the Republican national cam sign a statement vas been issued In behalf of Mr Anderson which states that ho has never sought nor will seek any office v Pottery Plant Burnsr Zanesville Ot Nov 27The Brush Pottery companys plant in this city was totally destroyed by flre The loss is 60000 Seventy men lose employment The origin of the fire Is unknown Firemen were handsrcapped by weak water pressure The plant will be rebuilt as soon as pos Bible a y f r f 5 fAftl II LSIGt BEffiND WOKDSSHbUtD BE FACTSr IT WILL PAYS YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE IT IS EASY TO ASSERT f BOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT QUALITY AND PRICES ARE MOSTt LOOKEDFOR r And Now for Dress Goods TM STOCK IS 6ofifikETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW UARtiy TERS FOR UNDERWEAR OUTING I CLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM Ali =Wool Blankets t Sureenough AllWool both the Warp and the Woof of every Blanket wiltsustain the statemen We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or hot Ask for prices t I SCRIVNRBROSCQ I i iAn Advance far IJWinchester x rE have just installed at t expense our Y Jievy engine and other machineryvith which we are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and p dwer for fans and Bother motors l a Let us give you estimates on this and allsorts ofelectric lighting V Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable i convenient ever ready We furnish it on miter N if desired x VVinchcster Railway Light Ice GINCORPORATED s I 1 W P HACKETT GENL MGR PS We furnish Ice ir Winter as well as Summer a f FTROM aGARRET I to Cellar you need good Furniture and we can supply it Our present assorti1entin- etudes many ive pieces of FINE FURNITURE i suited to every rooin in the house Our stock is always complete and ourArites always- interesting 71 WONT YOU LET US SHOW ft TO YOU The Winn Furniture Co I i MEAXERS I We are making a I r SPECIAL PRICEv now on r tiStoVes950 Heater to closeout 8OTHERS IN PROPORTION I i GraitWllttCo-3a N Main St WincHester K JII t S r I BOWLING ALLEY J j 0SMITH Ca RATLIFFi t p S5- a FiIst I thfr BlueH Grass r Ii ZI r of i t t 2Ji I otK 1 x Jr rtI r WBFFtr x r eFtIJJiESOKv tot 1wy IJ Justice Harlan Draws SaicidsClalms- Now in Insurance Policies v v FRANKFORT Kyv Nov 27Arent many of the older people in Frankfort hav most pleasant recol lections of Justice John M Harlan of the United States Supreme Court for he once lived here and practiced law Several people were talking last night about Justice Harlans visit to t Gov Willson and one of them an old lawyer said v WellsirI suppose John Harlan made more j oney for about five inm = utes work than any lawyer ever made hi hentuekyJn the same length of time It was many years ago wheuMie practiced law here in Frank fort One of the chief officers of a big Eastern Life Insurance Company was here to adjust d policy on the life ofa man who had committed suicide The question as to whether the cOIppany could be compelled to pay a under the circumstances was discussedat lengtha1d tliPc61l clusion finally reached that under the laws as construed in this State the company would have to ftay be cause the suicide clausein the policy of the company was defective After the discussion was all over the officer of the company said he wished very much that some one could frame a suicide clause that would stand the Test of the courts so that the company would not bov imposedupon by neople who took out life insurance policies with the intention ofcommit ting suicide John Harlan said he thought he could write a clause in a few minutes The insurance man told him to do it Hetooka pen and in about five minutes drew up time clause and handed it over for inspection The insurance man who was a goodlaw yer himself read it over carefully and enthusiastically exclaimed Thats time very thing my company has wanted for years He then asked Harlan what his fee was for drawing the clause Oh I guess about five thousand dollars laughinplv replied Harlan nQt dreaming that he would be taken 4in earnest To his surprise the insurance man quickly took out his heck book wrote out a check for five thousand and handed it to him with the remark Thats cheap enough for it will save my company twenty times that much every year And that same suicide clause is still in all the policies of that company which does millions of dollars of business every year- BRAKEMAN r KILLED NLE ACCIDENT Wilgus Mayes Crushed to Bath By Overturning of a Box Car on Which He Was Riding Wilgus Mayes a brakeman on the L S E Railroad wap killed in a wreck near Fincastle Wednesday aboutthree oclock Ma es was rid ing on top ofa heavy loaded cay filled with ballast The care over turned and Mayes wad crushed to death Mayess home is at Dundee and he has been employed by the company for abtfut two years and is single anq is said to be an honest sober and upright man and was heM in high esteem by his employers- As a result of the v6ieck traffic or the road has been tied up and the passenger train due to arrive here at 520 was two hours late Wed nesday afternoon Now Kentuckians Voted Louisville Ky Nov Thereto of the state of Kentucky for presi dent was as follows William J Bry an Democrat 135630 William H Taft Republican 118287 Thomas E Watson Peoples Fair y 1081 Eu gene V Debs SoqMist 1878 Thomas L Hisgen Independent league 332 Eugene Chafm Prohibitonist 360 J ITHE MEAf Of fLi Dr O S Mills 4S house physician at the Columbus 0 insane asylum committed suicide at Gallipolis leav ing a ncte saying Whats the use Judge Sewell at San Francisco re fused to grant an injunction tb pre ypnt the Papke Keteh ll figftt ThurS dayHummn bones suprosed to be these IVfoundbuildejs were found at Eart St Louis by workmen ekcavat lug for a cellar Edward Stollwagen of WasMig ton has been appointed clmairmanof- the Taft inaugiiral committee Neighbors searching the Chouse of Davit SJaybach a bachelor at Leb anoh Ind after be Lad been found dead in bed found 2000 in gOld join that had been buried in a pile of corncobs Two thousand Findus in British Columbia have refused to be trans plannedr t i tiJ or l f il JiI i r4 kp J f tI t 1 J 0b p fr In t 1o g I f i t J a H PRPCIlN G 1Ij f I = 1 f 1 s T r r OurPlalt isequippedwith the latest taiV I cilities to turn put the best of Job Work Our j t Business has increased materiallyr in the past month llt is growing steadily from day to day People y who never patronized tillsoffice bes t fore are bringing their work he1eI JI Nothing IsTook of us toI had v 1Vothingis too small top1eI vent our givingit the very pestoI V attenf1QflA L x 1 b rv r x i i I We Have the Best Plant in Eastern t r Kentucky All work is carefully taken care ofand Jobsare turned out of this office the day they are promsi jsed There 1sno1PJlfaf1ngoelay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars t Folders and all kinds of bound sand r I folded workt I Lawyers Briefs can be set as exiley ditiously andcheaply as in any part of Kentucky v 7 t All We AsK from arty one is a single trial Iwe do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again r t s5j t I fJ i I t TH- EWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winchest- erzTt J JOB PRINTING 7 1 1 j L 7 I i s tJ r 7f J f i6x l ri J JI o b pr t1S 11 XLt j j i I t ti 1 tt J r I ra ti if I i t It bwi r r r sf fi Tii7jL r 1r i wrkj f J ic II iSIAILJiFiIOL V4 rtSIIER1QAI UYEI1ED J Ins piesslye Ceremonies at Nationa- lCapitalPresident Roose velt Speaks J tr r Vvasningtou Nov 2 wIt- nesSed the unveiling of the nagiTlfi cent equestrian statue of Geneal Philip H Sheridan one of ne great soldiers of the civil war dnd who also won distinction in the campaigns against the Indians Thousands assembled to witness the impressive exercises incident to J the unveilln Among the throng of notable persons who gathered to do honor to the memory pf Fighting- Phil were President Roosevelt delivered an address the army whoI navy pfficers resiilent or toand near Washington the heads of executive branches of the gov ernment diplomatic representnt yes of foreign countries and others of noteJ xThe monument is located in one of the most attractive parts of the national irjiplr it stands in Sheridan circle n nied after the general ai s the junction of Massachusetts avenue istheaheart of oncof the best resiJencs sections of the rational capital the universal or inion of those who t witnessed the unveiling is that rthG s itebf the famovs cavalry 1 leader is a worthy memorial of fame It represents the general atI he close of his famous ride when ming fro Winchester twenty miles away he rallied his men at the battle of Cedar Creek and turncJ their rout by thn Confederate General Jubal A Early into a Federal viVtnrv BORGLTOS 1he bronze general its his bronze t teed like a centaur hat in hand urg ing his men to greater exertion The effigy of the man isn true tion of Fighting Phi1 as he was in the flesh and the metal horse shows tothe life his famous charger Rienzi sometimes known as Winchester who bore the general from Winchester on the storied ride The sculptor of the Statue Gutzon Borglum of New York has caught to the life the expression of the generals face according to f Mrs Sheridan and her son Lieutenant Philip H Sheridan The horse Is a correct facsimile of Rienzi according to careful measurements of his skin preserved at the army post on Gov ernors Island New York and photo graphstThe clothing and accouterments of General Sheridan shown In the statue are modeled after garments actually worn by hWi Heis depicted wearing k service uniform with sword and spurs The statue is fourteen feet high and stands on a plinth of granite The pnrtoftbe statues base Is rough indicating the earth torn up by Sheridans horse as he Is reined up by his rider Record Bronze Cast f rThe horse is the largest piece of bronze ever cast in a single piece in this cQuntry and perhaps in the world More than OOCO pounds of liquid lironze were poured into the mold to form thehorse The casting was done 4t a foundry near Providence R 1 Preceding the unveiling of the statue there was a military parade in which- fill the regular troops sailors and ma J nnes stationed in and near Washing ton as well as the nationalguard of of Columbia took part i aIn addition to President Roosevelts 3stlegch ark addresswasdelivered bv FrF 4- mineral oricePo rteirbx was qhief of staff to General Grant and Is preii dent ottheGrantKonument asdocia iioa The dipUvered by Roosevelt who eulogized General Sheridans army ca reer both In the civil war and In the fighting on the western plains with the Indians The presidents address was as followsrThi Presidents Address it is eminently fitting that the na tions Illustrious men the men who loom as heroes before the eyes of our people should be fittingly commem orated here at the national capital and I ant glad Indeed otake part in the unveiling of this statue to General SherI nu His name will arrays stand high on the list of American worthies Not only was hea great general but he showeU his greatness with that touch of originality which we call genius Indeed this quality of bril liance has been in one sense a disad vantage to his ltfo1 it has alJilitY1Igreat commander Of course tile fact In his career most readily recognized was his mastery in the necessarily modern art of handling masses of modern cavalry s6 as to give them the fuiiesr possible effect not only in the ordinary operations of cavalry which precede and follow a brittle but in the battle itself But in addition he show ed in the civil war that he was a first class army commander both us a sub ordinate of Grant and when In independent command His record in the Valley campaign and again from Five Forks to Appomattox is one difficult to parallel in military history After the close of the great war in a field where there was scant glory to be won by the general in chief he rendered a signal service which has gone almost unno iced for in the cJkuswenryIndnnI GTJTZOff STATUE OF SHERIDAN representa theDistrict President reputation wars on the great plains it was ne wno developed in thoroughgoing fashion the system of campaigning In winter which at the cost of bitter hardship and peril finally broke down the band ed strength of those formidable warriors the horse Indians Generals Career Eulogized His career was typically American for from plain beginnings he rose to the highest military position In our land We honor his memory Itself and moreover as in the case of the other great commanders of his day his career symbolizes the careers of all those men who In the years of the nations direst need sprang to the front to risk everything including life itself and to spend the days of their strongest young manhood in valorous conflict for an ideal Often we Amer ican s are taunted with having only a material ideal The empty t of the taunt is sufficiently shown bythe prpa ce here today of you men of the Gr nd Army you the comrades of the dead general the men who served with and under him In all history we have no greater ipstance of subor aibeing among the people of a great na tion than was shown by our own people in the civil war And you the men who wore the blue would be the first to say that this lame lofty indifference to the things cf the body when compared to the things of the soul was shown by your brothers who wore the gray Dreadful was the suffering dreadful the Joss of the civil war Yet it stands alone among 4rs in this that now that the vyauiids are healed the memory 2f the mighty deeds of valor performed on one side no less than on the other lies become the common I heritage of all our people in every rmnrter of this country JMTlie cams t 1 r I s t pleteoeM witk which tUs ta trot is shown vrw at is oce urilxtftirfcday We meet together to raise a monument a great Union general in the presence of many of the sur vivors of the Union army and the sec retary of war the man at the head of the armswho by virtue of his pt fice occupies a special relation to the celebration Is himself a man who fought in the Confederate service Pew indeed have been the countries where such a conjunction would have been possible and blessed indeed are we that in our own beloved land it ls not only possible but seems so entirely t natural as to fexcite no comment whatever Americanism Defined There is another point in General Sheridans career which it Is good for all of us to remember Whereas Grant Sherman and Thomas were of the old native American stock the parents of Sheridan like the parents of Farragut were born on the other side of Any one of the fivtf was just asmuch a type of the real American of what is best in America as the other four We should keep steadily before our minds the fact that Americanism is a question of principle of purpose of Idealism of character that it Is not a matter of birthplace or creed or line of descent Here in this country the representatives of many old world races are being fused together into a new type a type the main features of which are already determined and were deter mined at the time of the Revolutionary war for the crucible In which all the new types are melted Into one was shaped from 1776 to 1789 and our na tionality was definitely fixed in all its essentials by the men of Washingtons day The strains will not continue to exist separately In this country as in the old world They will be combined in one and of this new type those men will best represent what is loftiest in the nations past what 1s finest in her hope for the future who stand each solely on his worth as a man who scorn to do evil to others and who refuse to submit to wrongdoing themselves who have in them no taint of fightIand high morality but who huge by their lives to bring ever Bearer the day when justice and peace shall pre vail within our own borders and In powcrsMuchmust Ife in the impress that it makes upon and the lessons that it teaches to the generations that come after We of this generation have our own prob lems to solve and the condition of our solving them is that weT shall all work together as American citizens without regard to differences of section or creed or birthplace copying not the di visions which so lamentably sundered our fathers one from another but the spirit of burning devotion to duty which forward each to do the right as it was given him to see the right in the great years when Grant Farragut Sherman Thorna and Sheridan when Lee and Jackson and the Johnstons the valiant men of the north und the valiant men of the south fought to a finish the great civil war They did not themselves realize ggleothattheed the death throes of what was worn out and the birth pangs of a new and more glorious natipnal life Mighty Is the heritage which we have received from the men of the mighty days We in our turn must gird up our loins to meet the new issues with the same stern courage and resolute adherence to an Ideal which marked our fathers who belonged to the generation of the man in whose honor we commemorate this monument today iKILL CAYMAN fri Bf Supreme Court Defines Powers Or Legislature to Start Inquiry Columbus 0 Nov 21 The supreme court held that the Gagman committee by1 the legisla ture LO investigate Cincinnati is in valid and can not apply the probe to that city Chief Justice Price and Justice Crew concurred i the decini n on the sole grcxind that a le taturo can not appoint a cmtJttoe to make an investigation after a time when it is within the ewer oftgeneral rssembly to convere f t own motion In this case tale ORV by had r Tamed fne dn rnd n to a definite date and l em0 cmr only be brought frct or again c raU of tn rovr rFf 1 RUFUS RASTUS 1 JOHNSTON BROWN WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN 7 BUY A HEATER F- ROMI3USH t ION TIlE CORNER i i i JI 1t is no we fi f I l Jlp BaKery We hare opened up our Bakery r in Simpson Building 105 N Stand now ready to serve the public EVERY will have on display a nice assortment Layer and Plain Oakes Yeast and Salt Rising Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on hand jfifGoods delivered to any part of the city Give us a call WINCHESTER BAKERY IFori GrapHopHones KodaKs iI I I s Articless I e ChesterDrugColi 46LGreatness The thing that a man grea Is the of the msn who at tc i r In Clothes of Origin J MANY men appreciate advantages aid economy of buying clothes f ready towear but do NOT buy because they can= notjildge sufficiently of X and tailoring to select some x i thing ireally good i too see clothes apparently fashionable inrcutfairly respectable in fitwhich so lacking I v in genuine tailor = given- quality they betray n1htt J J small tailor ther ref geofthe man once bitten by disappoint meat We have bone to pick this man But point out to him that SteinBloch Clothes r are kept qy the leading clothier in almost city and down affording him cloth selection fashion possibilities and surehss lof f beyond those j ofeany average tailor shop I f aFOR SALE IN WINCHESTER BY ALLAN 8z MURPHY h NEW Firm theiMain are SATURDAY- we Breads t NORTH BROS Props Drugs Paints Stationary and 1 J makes adulation sotiJ r t Seeking Refuge Obscure them cloth You often prove that The such vdth every Toilet You Cannot t Answer These Questions x 1rrT tI IlVVhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you cdn stretch out in a full bath tem pered tesuit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry worwhen you can have it at hand for the turning ofa fauiifit x 3Whytake chances on drinking germfilled cistern water when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River i Cr 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you cairhave it filled with green grass ands blooming flowers and can at the rsame time get rid of the dust in the streete5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have d Lhealththe houseIt 61s it not true that thean swer is not lack of money ibut lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the most out of life y t C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Ca j INCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Evenue will tell you all about itrYoull be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are TTTT fr t S t Mat f j pr1t- r t w 7l7Jra 7R71QMpyNR tEI3i r ra t 1F1 j yrtCKEfY if Q t TMlNHfWESTlER JEWS t r Anf Independent Ntwtpayir i VX Published by f the Winchester News Co io Incorporated iv Office South Mom Street Daily Except Sunday i OfJt second class t ff SUBSCRIPTION R TESA H S 2 i Garner Delivery TvU Daily one Yearr 520 One week 10 i Payable at office or to collector every week j iy Mail Delivery x One year 300 1ix months 150 One month i 2 o Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES t DisolayPer Inch hie time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 4 One Week continuously t 100 30i time a 0 Four weeks three times a week 180 Fourweeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 k t Time discounts3 months 10 pe is cent 6 months 25 per cent on ti year 33 13 per cent f- Reading NoticesPer Line liuiness notices body type 7cX Pure reading news headings 15c New Phone No 91i FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1908 L V vVfAKIRS AND BEGGARS Fakirs and beggars are intolerable nuisances There is not the shadow of an excuse for either In a cityr t like Winchester the merchants a8Oa v V tirule keen everything that the Jv need to buyr anyiIthing they can get it promptly The Y V street vendor pays no taxes no in i Sdf v nothing for the advancement of the fS community The merchants liave i done their full sharein making a t Greater Winchester They are eri titled to protection and innocent f buyers lire also entitled to protection Inmine cases out of ten the fakirs wares are not worth the price We- pare in favor of making the license sq high that the fakirs will be driven from the streets iAs to beggars there is not a coup 2 ty in the State that does riot provide 4for those that are unable to provide nonr are 4Afing t iri any first class city Why v should we be an exception l A GENEROUS ACT The United States is one of the few nations of the world which has prac hdin international affairs the saga e honor which exists among high minded men in private life When vT the Boxer troubles took place in China and the allies marched on Pe tiling mid captured that great capital the nations assessed the Chinese go v ernment the costs of the warand the damages done the missionaries fit r several years of administra tin of the fund received by the Unit ed States and the settlement ofa claims this government returned 14000000 to China f1 Such an act was unheard of among itbe riatidns Many of the statesmen of the old world could not understand it But it was simply putting in practise as a nation what any honest man would do as an indivi 7 ualv Several days ago a solemn embassy arrived in San Francisco from China charged with the duty of con veying to President Roosevelt an tho American people the thanks and iniJfcciatibiir of GhinayfftPthe genciJ Wous act i Suqhacts of eiviq righteousness theJraverage III our con jistarit strUggle fdra liighe iprivate life Aiulit will have a practical r liurn in closer relations with the CUuiesfe All the nations vof the world are seek itng for the open door in China All J are striving for this great undevel 2t 6peil Oriental market We are in 1 V iosititinto dominate that trade Q it f jajhiation across the Pacific mak AridTBtouricii4ji i tt T xKrr KrC Yr generosity ri and t PAst 9oprxl n JltfQr muchiil aid= l Pd cJepS1on 1 CITY POlTICSh i articleirom morning i itopinionor trie 4peOplaTall pVergtheicountry what party politics should be elimin itedyfrom municipal affairs The overnment 1fa town is purely a matters of business and the best bus mess men in the community shouldv f controlreardless of their politics The political views Qfa memberof Council in no way affects State or National questions What is for the betterment of this community is the only matter r to be determined The Democrat says Ambassa dor Brycp is deliveriner a series of RcspQnsibilitiest should attract attention in all our educational institutions The great est thing after allis to be an upright decent citizen and to see that this fact has somewhat to do with the government says a writer in the Ohio State Journal parrwithesubject of civic and political in stitutions Here is one thing ho said at a recent lecture Party spirit in national politics tends to arouse the 1Itereslot the voters on questions of national importance but in mu uicipal affairs it was better to keep party politics out of city elections We ventureto say that at least three fourths of the people agree with Mr Bryce upon this proposition A state law Has been passed to encourage the idea But there seems to be ome poweror influence that iable to defeat it NJ LAMPTON COMMENDS eTHE WINCHESTER NEWS Says He is Glad to Note That it is Such a Robust Looking Infant Iditor of The Winchester News Somebody has sent me The News Winchesters daily and 1 am glad tc note that it is such a robust lookinsr tiiifant Winchestert was a hundred orjnore getting there but when flic did she hopped right in with eight Wages and all of them alive I yonder what The News will be like i lumdred years from now How jjvej we neednt worry about that Lt will be somebody elses job In lie meantime it is un ito the people t Winchester and Clark county to supnout their daily that the editor rill be sorry he cant stay with them hundre l years to enjoy the bless AAS of editorship Otherwise hell teryJvisitors X commandi New York November 25 1908 MR R R PERRY IS I NAMED AS DELEGATE rl the Southern Commercial Con press Which Meets in Wash ington December 7 and 8 Tine Southern Commercial Con gress will meet at Washington D C Jtt the 7th and 8th of December 1908 and will be composed of representa fives of the leading business men of the South It is to consider ways greatIto make them more familiar to the entire country Mr R R Perry has been appointed by Governor Vills one of the delegates from Kentucky E4TERTAINMENT AT MISS HOLLARS SCHOOL I 3ox Sale Results is About 20 For the Benefit of the School i Thursdaydb Hollars school at Hunt school house m jlargelyr attended The songs recitations and dialogues wererverv Interesting W i After the exercises there awas box sale a hick was a success finan ciallyfthe proceeds g for the benefit of the school warS ecured in this way m AMI WINS FROM TRANSYLVANIA TEAM v Qutweiphed and outplayed tlr footbala itus last game of season at the viand 1fdvVVd I itir i Aryi c 1trft11N SENg4tIDfl Stefnheil Murder Recalled by ian Rumors ARREST RtJSTS WIDOW Man She AccuseSTvf Crime Proves Alibi and Suspicion Is Directed Against Herself Public Appetite For Scandal Whetted by Report That Persons High Jn Official Cir cles Are to Be Brought Into Affair Newspapers In Great Demand Pads Noy 27Paris is iIa state of intense excitement over the devel opments that have come thick and fast in tiie Steinheil murder case and the sensations of the day have made themselves felt eyen in the chamber of deputes where many members declared they would raise the question in the chamber unless the government undertook to probe the scandal to the bottom confpsIsion to two newspaper men in which she declared that a man named Al exandre Wolff was the murderer of her husband Wolff was arrested and examined by the authorities PC de nied all guilt and said he was ready to prove an alibi Madam Steinheil then weakened and said If it was not Wolff the man who did commit the crime resembled him strange y Then suspicion turped upon Mad am Steinheil herself and it was an nounced that she had been locked up in the prison of St Lazare under a warrant of arrest No charge how ever was specified Wolff also was held but not on a warrant daywasIJapy wfio was murdered at the same time as was Steinheil was not Mad ame Steinfteils mother as had been supposed but her stepmother Among the sensational rumors afloat is one to the effect that Min ister of Justice Briand had ordered an investigation of the open charges that Madam Steinheil had been the mistress of M Leyflett the examining magistrate in the case and that inIhf1dIthat open suspicion had been cast upon Madam Stefnheil Couillaud the man arrested several days ago oi suspicion was released The local newspapers published exf tra editions throughout the day giv ing under flaring headlines the de tails of the womans statement and her subsequent examination by M Hamard and the crojvds on the bou levards fairly mobbed the newsboys in their eagerness to read the latest developments Behind the interest in the crime itself lie the more or less thinly veiled intimations that France is on the verge of a scandal among high personages and the failure of the police to clear up the mystery has led to the open assertion that their lack of energy is dictated by the pow erful political reasons datng back tc the death in Paris in 1899 Of Felix Faure who was at one time presi dent of the republic The public appetite for a sensation was whetted further by M1 Hamard who announced that the mystery was not yet cleared up and that a great many surprises might be expected at any time The crime in question was com mitted on the night of May 31 Madame Japy was murdered at the sani time as Steinheil Steinheil was a portrait painter and a grand nephew of Meissonier The assassination of the woman however is supposed to have been incidental to the killing of Steinheil He was the manit was de SteinnMadam Japy lived together The wife was found bound and gagged in bed and at first she declared that she had been thus treated by three men and a woman all unknown to her ss FOOTBALL RESULTS Columbus 0OhioState 19 Kenyon 91 S Lexington Kyi 1eversity 40 Central Univer sity 0 V V Lexington Ky Miami 27 s Transylvania Kansas City Mo Kansas 10 Missouri 4 Cleveland O sReserye 11 Case 7 Pittsburg Pa University oCc Pittsburg 6 Pennsylvania State 2 Washington D C Washing end Lee 12 Georgetown 11 o Milwaukee Wis Notre t Dame 6 Marquette 0 s t Pittsburg Pa Washington and Jefferson SO Carnegie r Technical 0 v Iiiet dians 17 St Louis JJniveeity 0 Lincoln MNeb rNebraska1 27v e Wabash I i PhiladiiJphia TInlyersity ot Pennsylvania 17 Cor felt 4 lr t to f p t i rl h 1ioh i 7 2 f 1 tt c JJQ1 HERE itz c Ear neither going out of business nor db we contemplate any Merchanandlse f y By reason orhavl ngpurc1asedalarge q antity of c I i IT Quart DishP nsvlFt tjwet hav e placed them in our show window and will sell theni while arg 1 theylast for the phenoniinal price of vr u SO Cents Eaeliu i They are a beutiful Gray color with Three Coats of Enamelandjare the kind you usually pay 75c to 100 for Get One Now They Wont Last Long GRUI3I3S BENTON Qn the Cornet 11 jfJJ J JlIflJl 1 PRESIDENT HELPS LAY CORNER STONE Speaks Words of Encouragement to Colored People Washington Nov 27The pres yenta of President Roosevelt at the laying of the cornerstone of the new home for the Colored Young Mens Christian association made the event a most notable one among the col ored people of the District of Colum bia Although the weather was not suitable for an out of door ceremony of this nature the attendance was large including not only a great gathering of colored residents but many distinguished officials of the federal and local government During the course of his re marks the president said Let us all strive according to our ability and as far as the conditions will per mit to secure to the man of one color who behves uprightly and honestly with thrift and with foresight the same opportunity for reward and for protectionofby outsiders that would be his if he were of another color The avenues of employmrnt should be open to one as to the other the protection of the lawsshouldbe guaranteed to one as to the other The performance of duty should be the test applied to white man and colored man alike and each individual should be judged not by the fact of his color but by the way in which he meets these de dutywhichto himself and his race is to work for the betterment both of himself and his race He also called attention to the town of Mound Bayou Miss peopled entirely by colored people and in which there is not a saloon or vicious resort of any kind CROWLEY WINS MARATHON IrishAmerican Athlete Finishes Mile Ahead of Nearest Competitor YonKers N Y Nov 27Jolin F Crowley of the IrishAmerican Ath letic club New York won the Yon kers Marathon race There were 142 starters among whom were many of the best longdistance runners in this country The distance was 25 miles The start was made from Getty square Mayor Warren sending the big field off About 14000 people assembled at the starting point The first man to reach the race course was Crowley who had a lead of almost a mile on the next man Fowler of Cambridge Mass Samuel Mellor who won the Boston Marathon was the third to appear but he finished second half a mile behind Crowley and a similar Crowleymadein 2 hours and 49 minutes YUSSIfF DFfATS JENKINS Terrible Turk Throws Former Champion In Straight BoutseNew York Nov 27 Yifesiff Mah mout the newest of the terrible Turks to wrestle in this country defeated Tom Jenkins former chain pion wrestler Of America in a catch ascatrhcan contest ate liso7 Square Garden the best two oat of strriphtboutst e in J2 minutes and 40 seconds ith a uarternelson and catch hold He w u the second bout more easily putting Jenkins to the mat in 7 minutes rind 30 seconds The Turk gained his second victory with a tipubite grapevine and barlock hold Gigantic Lumber Deal Chicago Nov 27rA lumberN deal by which a 20000 000 yhdicte Will take control of tie pine forests of northern is n tionirUJtjJ y i GROVER SOFT SOLES SHOES For Women With Tender Feet If J J Grover ot Lynn Mass has made a life long study to perfect a shoe that will give comfort to womeniwho suffer with tender feet He now has reached perfec tion in his HAND MADE SHOE that is as soft and flexibleas a baby moccasin yet will wear as long as any J other shoe We cangive you BlackXidShoe l with a Patent Tip for dressy wear at 375 per pair We can give you the P1ain Toes = Common Sense Shoes for 250 and6 300 per pairJ Vf4c i f Nowf whenyoucanfind McCord Smith G Phillips to Itt IAT CQSTI BEGINNING Saturday Nov 21st I WILL SELL All GroceriesL ATtOSTTH rFOR CASH ONLY t All GODS CHARGED ATREGULQR PRlCESj TVE BARNES Sale will Last Until Dec 1st l O j1y 1 r i TTTI i r c v l 1lu di rdt 1 tJnv 2 1 t d1 r r iJJ tC n L 4 jt i ale Je t r l n r 4tf r 2 f trEia rL v rs1M Ii Jt Z C r1E 7 QrK N t 13t i 1 J1R 0 S S i iI1 J j j7t 7 3 It Fashion has decreedagainst the long loose ri coat acid woman is rejoicing No more need to stylejLbfthelstt QVO dears She welcomes the DIREC- TOIRE influence as seenin todays coat celebrity rthe famous YANKEE PRINCESS t iv ItS long flowing j lines semifittedand very I I t graceful are sure to suit every figure whether full or slender Its dsigfti simple makingthe most of the materials beauty i Not a fussy styleHre fl1ed and mostt distinctiveas kfr tailored styles should be i j l Youll like YANKEE PRINTZESS We vereso confident of your endorsement that we have ordered an exceptionally great variety even for lis You can Select any colors smooth or Tough fabrics any trimming finish to suit your particular taste v I Oc r Ca f LcCtLI FTON I r RcSSIi j II a bcirriIis George F Clark will be hostess for the Euchre Club and Forty Two Clubon Thursday afternoon and evening x r f f Italian Boys The Italian Boys gave a most delightful entertainment at the Opera houserwins crowded and greatly enjoyed by all present v f Rabbit Hunt Miss Etta s Linville of Hedges rave a most delightful rabbit hunt and dinner Thanksgiving Each was very successful in the hunt and l number of rabbits were caught Af MFr the happy young people had tired on Biehuntihsr they came to the house and a most sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner was served + Those resent were jilisses MesSrsnamesginton and Clyde Johnson of Win chester g Miss Linville returned home with Miss Rnpard to be her charming guest for a few Jays 3 Thanksgiving Dinners x entertanned Thursday with n sumntuous Thanks giving dinner at their home on- Broadwav MrsjE Gaitskill entertainedr Thanksgiving V a f CruseWatts- Mi5s Kate Watts and Mr Robert Cruse were quietly married Wednes day at the home of her father Mr Howard D Watts r i The bride is a bright young girl who has numerous friends and rela tives and is quite popular while the groom is a fine young man and deservedly popular a Reeves Lowry At the home of Rev M P Lowry Miss Fannie Lowry and Mr Jeff D Reeves were married Wednesday by Rev M P Lowry brother of the bride Both these arebquite popular and their many friends join us in extending congratulations FinnellKindred Fawere ma at the home ofthe brides mother Mrs L D Kin dred on Wednesday immediatelyfor aehappy one a a Remember Kings Daughters Ba zaar December 10 s Dont forget The Merchant of Venice on December 14 a a PERSOMPLS sMr and Mrs Charlps Lindsey of Fayette county spent Monday with Mr and Mrs 01 K Flynn odf are g Mr Frank Beacham of Lexington is visiting in town S Misses Goldie and Clyde Perry were in Lexington Thursday to seeEleali4 Robson Miss Bessie Osborne spent Thanks giving with her father in Maysville Miss Hazel Cottingham of ParisA i WHY NOT I A CHRISTMASris nothing that will please the whole family like a j WHY phonographllJ 0iiCHBOWEIN 4f s f Jeweler and Optician dOC 1 Jil 4 is the attractive guest of Miss Nola Jones spentThanksgiving Mrs Rene Middleton left Friday morning for avisit to Louisville She will be joined in Frankfort by Mrs John ORear who will go on with her Miss JVIaiy Curry spent Thanks giving with Mr and Mrs Adam Cur ry at Indian Fields Mr Dan Chenault of Richmond stopped over here Wednesday on his way to Mt Sterling Mrs Mack Wakefield of Shelby vine is the guest of Mrs John Davis Mrs Roy IcCray of North Mid dletown was the guest of Mrs John Davis Wednesday Dr HughStubblefieUl was in lIt Sterling on business Friday Messrs John Day C B Emmpns and N Saunders are spending the Thanksgiving holidays at their re spective homes in FlemitJg burg visitinglerdaughter Mrs Bettie Hamline of Mt Ster luig spent a most delightful Thanks giving with Mrs Lancaster Dr John Rutledge of Red House Madison county spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr and Mrs Jam RutledgeMr Parks of theHisle Phar macy was called to Cincinnati Wednesday on account of his fathers illness periTlraialst E Junction Miss Will Bowden spent Friday in Lexington Mr and 1tlrsJnQ Hunter and children returned to their home in Danville Thursday after most de lightful visit to Dr and JMrsRB Huiiter There was a big crowd out Wed tr5 see races the turkey ol m barrel of apples and pumpkin ThapksigiilgMriFred Aj Aphling of Hunting ton Wi Va comes today to be here for several days Mrs Stuart Tracy returned to he- house5in Lexington Thursday after a to Mrs Lou Boswell Miss Jennnette Tracy accompanied Mr Tracy home to see Eleanor Robson Mrjr Prewitt Harris returned to her home in Lexington Wednesday after a visit to Dr and Mrs R B Hunter Mr Will French of Mt Sterling was in town Thursday j Mr Jack Hutsell is in town Mi Patterson spent Thurs day inJellTco Va ktit 1 41 TiIPRriNTZEiSS I 1 IL 1 11 j oiurriv TM isM very Superior At collar shoulder front and hips the critical points t here inost readymades fail i you will find it perfect e p tlYashougl built t f to your pleasure Sff V 1 4 x + j c cOME M FOR ArRYON ANDf WE WILL PROVE IT f NOTHING LIKE THESE COATS WILL BE SHOWN BY ANY OTHER DEALER V THIS FALL AM WINTER j i We ar thissf of week r IJ13000 Coat for 2500 k r 2500 Coat for Cjt 2000 r 2000 Coat for = 1750jJ h 1750 Coat for i 1500 J I B ClubV If a n Mr Fulton of Bowling Green was in town Friday Mr C P Commodore Richard son formerly Resident of this county but now of Lexington is here vis iting relatives and fticlld- s11fr J B Coinetthas accepted a position with the Shuttleworth Clothing Company of Louisville Ky Mrs Sue Vivian Iran returned from a visit to relatives at Lexington Iy Mr C S Haggard has gone to Corbin KYf where he has a contract to build a number of houses Mr Geo Reed is spending a few flays recreation in Madison countv Mr and Mrs B T Birchs little son Cleo who has been very sick for several days is out again and able to attend school Mr W D Tinkle has gone to Jack sonville Fla and will probably spend the winter there and follow his trade Mr T L Todd has returned from Shelbyvillev and Henderson KyI where lie has been in the in tersest of the Hasrah Gas EngulerGompany He sold several machines and reports good collections MjrJ W Wheeler and family and EastbBroadway have gone to Madison county and were the guests of Mrs foils sister Mrs Wv D Bonny Wednesday and on Thursday they were entertained by Mr Todd brother Mr G B Todd with an old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner Mr Will Green shipped from the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yards to Cincinnati Wednesday one car toad of cattle i Misses Arabella and Margaret Bogie of Mt Sterling stopped over here Friday on their gray to Stanford to a housje party t Miss Kate Payne has returned to her home at Paynes Depot after a delightful visit to Mrs Will H French altrstoil is visiting her mother Mrs W D jSmithMr Jr Reed come up from Louisville Thanksgiving to take din ner with Mrs Reed and the boys Mr and Mrs Reed spent part of their time at BellinghamY Washingtori and the remainder in Kentucky This agreesmel t Mrs Recd wiirjoin her hus band in Louisville about December Yt i Extra discount on Mens and Boys Fine S its from now until Saturday at Bloomfields It nnaslbesf Wi 2 fki k 6 The Peril of Reformers Many a reformer perishes in the re moval of rubbish and that makes the of fensiveness of the class They are partial they are not equal to the heirwayof darkness they expend all their energy on some accidental evil and lose their sanity and power of benefit R W Emerson in New EnglaftdJRe formers I A Song of Success UHa cried the boss of the pJLr trust as he finished fixing the new schedule of raised prices They case say what they like of me as a trust magnate and I will not deny it tor ram a pie rate king Vill continue until Saturday to scR Fleece Underwear at 43cents at Bloomfields It r AA u M lMMNw ARTIS TURNBULL I ANNOUNCE J 5that they Jiave on hand theI Ja r f finest stock of 4 r h1s TailorMade Suitsrt nl FOR kiWOMN AND MISSES t- II I YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITED i tj pt II tit Artis TurnbuILS L J= == BaseballSeason Presidential Election CHRISTMAS The fans have had their fun the politicians theirs 1 and now comes our tUrn I THE lOLIDA YSi 2 Do realize how close to hand theyare It is just the right time I i now for you to get your goods iIselected Our stock is full of New Goods We are ready its your t play Come be the first to make 1 1 your selection Avoid the rush lBALDWIN BROS JEWELERS AND OPIGIANS I yfJ iI1 1 I r r 7f f r4Yf Ati lhlt JJ rlh It a 11 S r kf h 4t iI t t1if fI 1 1Y r 1 t JMd1 V 7 p y r J r 1 THIE WIHtKES s tiv i tlr r z r LrtJ J awoke witH the sense of threatenOdw danger strong in my moment I was unable to recall where I was or on what errand I had come andIabout me A dim light struggled In from the darkened window but no cause for apprehension could be seen I was the only creature that breathed the air of that bleak mid dingy room I drew aside the curtain and threw up the window It opened merely on a lightwell and the blank walls be r reflegtionofangle fr9m above The fresher air that crept in from the window cleared my mind a dash oi water refreshed my body and I was ready once more to face whatever might befall I looked at my watch It was 3 oclock and I had slept four hours in i this place Truly I had been impru dent after my adventure below but 4 I had been right in trusting Mother thatimembered that I should be at th omce by 9 to receive the commands of Doddridge Knapp should he chooso to send them r I threw back the bolt but when tried tot swing the door open it sisted e ray efforts The key toad been missingVwhen I closed it but a slidin bolt had fastened it securely Now saw that the door was locked Here was a strange perdicament had heard nothing of the noise of the key before I lost myself in slumber i Mother Borton must have turned it as an additi6nal precaution as I slept But how was I to get out I hesitated d to make a noise that could attract attention It might bring some one less x kindly disposed than my hostess of the night But there was no other way jwas trapped and must take the risk eof summoning assistance- I rapped on the panel and listened No sound rewarded me I rapped again more vigorously but only si mighttT of life it gave back 1 f There was something ominous about it To be locked thus in a dark room of this house in which I had already + been attacked was enough to shake jmy spirit and resolution for the moj rnent What lay without the door my apprehension asked me Was it part of the plot to get the secret it was supposed I held Had Mother Borton T been murdered and the house seized 4Or had Mother Borton played me false and was I now a prisoner to my own party for my enforced imposture as one who knew too much to be left j ff iI at large and too little to be of usej On a second and calmer thought it t was evidently folly to bring m y jailers about my ears if jailers there were abandoned my lialf formed plan ofj 7 breaking down the door and turnedto the window and the iightwelj An1 I other window faced on the same space not five feet away If it were but opened I relight swing myself over and through it but itwas closed and a curtain hid the unknown possibilij i ties and dangers of the interior U t noitmight be reached Below theHght f ended in a tinned floor about four feet from the window sillII swung myself down and with twoi steps was trying the other window It f was unlocked I raised the sash ca u 4 tlpusly butits creakingprotest seemed to my excited ears to be loud enough to wake any but the lead i V stopped and listened after each squeal t i of the frame There was no sign movement otI Then I pushed aside the n cautiously and looked within Th r room appeared absolutely bare Gain ing confidence at the sight I thre file curtain farther back and with bound climed in revolver in c Tleroom was as I had handI aeed There was smell about itas though it had not been opened for a long time and dus S arid desolation lay heavy upon it There was however nothing here tip linger for and I hastened to try th door It was locked I stooped to ex amine the fastening It was of tli kind attached to door an casement small screws With a i good wrench it gave way and I found myself in a dark sidehall betw e two rooms Three steps brought n to the main hall and I rccouiza1 It V for the same through which I had felt j o my way in the darkness of the night Y I took my steps cautiously down th V stairs following the way that led t0adsthe side entrance The saloon lani restaurane room 1 was anxious t X a bebarkeeperIt could not be avoided however AsI 1 I neared the bottom of the stairs 1 saw that a door led from the hallway t V1 tir the saloon and that Jt was open Y t moved slowly down a step at a time then from overcautiousness trippedand came down the Iazto thrco- i steps at once with the clatter of ja f f 4 9 I t t i 1 rour norse team But nobqdy stirred ThenI glanced through the open door and was strick cold with astonishment The room as emptytThe chairs and tables that a few hours ago I had seen scattered about were gone There was no sign that the place had been occupied in monthsI into the room that I ha seen crowded with eager friends and U J7O5beTE Jlr1 PI u fIor d strangely with the echo of an untenanted house The bar and the shelves boIt apprehensiveIthe I events of the night were not a fantastic dream There was however no time to waste in prying into this mystery By my watch it was close on 9 oclock and Doddridge Knapp might even now be making his way to the office where he had stationed met wererlockedan I swung it open and stepped to the sidewalk A load left my spirits as the door closed behind me The fresh air of the morning was like wine after the clo s and musty atmosphere I had bee n breathing I hurried along the streets with but a threeminute stop to swallow a cup of coffee and aroll and once more mounted the stairs to the office and opened the door to Number 15 The place was in disorder The books that had arranged on the desk andshelves were now about in confusion as though they had been hurriedly examined thrown aside in a fruitless searc This was a disturbing incident and I was surprised to discover that the ajarrback Before me stood Doddrid Knapp his face pale as the face of corpse and his eyes staring as though vo rtoaf had rirep before him To be continued y Ii STORING CELERY Variety of Ways in Which thevWork Donelare methods used celetusuallyjgrew or in the cellar When it Is stored jn the field where it grew the soil is banked up high around the tipsareexposfp withIgroundI celeemay be removed from the ridge as desired for use but during a part of the InaccessibleaA wellventilated cellar is a good place to store celery Hn small Fl1merf ttbe bottoms of thje boxes is placed a layer of moist sand axee be bored in t fedr Plandis at roots occa sionally whensigns of wilting appear r storenCEel a moist sand or placebyers have regular trenches or stun e ehouses for their celery but the meth herein described are the usu 0growerI Before the Age of Punctuation Most ancient languages were inn 5 cent of any system of punctuation In many early manuscripts the letters are placed at equal distances apart with no connecting link between even ln the master of spacing an arrange baverencIere9readIgat I t i Pi ftUJl 4fr W F Tuttle of Paris ifas the giaeet of Mr jmdrs Will Tht tIe recently Miss Lelia Fielder was the pleas mjt guest of M esc Lillie Skid bore Saturday and Sunday Mr Will Tuttle is on the sick list L G Willatof Powell county spent Thursday night with bis daughter Mrs Jerome Skidmore W E Little sold 40 head of cattle to Galloway Crawford Price not stated I Millard Bright and wife of May town are visiting Mr and Mrs W E Little Mrs P Y Drake and little daughter Beulah visited Mrs Je romp Skidmore Sunday afternoon Joe Fielder bought a smalj bunch 11dis visiting friends and relatives aoWinchester x fiehry Finnell who has been working at Wabash Ind for some months is now visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Simpson Finnell a Winchester Mr Tom Wallingfprd is verb ill of logrippa and tonsilitis Misses Lelia Layton and Rose Mann are visiting friends at Rud dies Mill Mr and Mrs John Mann and M ss Mary Mann attended church at Winchester SundayThe Mothers prayer meetng will be hemat the home of Mrs Win Tuttle Thursday aftrenoon at 230 Regular prayer meeting at With erspbon Chapel every Wednesday night All cordially invited Will Maun and wife visitpd friends at Clintonville Sunday Mrs C C Mann delightfully e tertained a number of friends ac dinner Thursday in honor of Mr and Mrs JB Burk of Richmond J TRAPP C C Johnson sold two heifers to J M Snowden at 3 cents per pound J T Johnson bought a hors P from Mt Sterling parties court day J T Johnson and M C Jobnsou visited relatives at the Levee Sunday nigbt nnd attended court at lIt Storing Monday Mi Sidney Johnson has return ed from the West eMiss Nancy Kimbrell visited h cousins Fiankie rndlMyrtle son Sunday Garfield Johnson boueht a CO from James Thacker Price sir known Several fMui here attendedcol1l at Winchestei Monday d1Yde Johnson and Cash Kim bre and sister Miss Nancy attendsi dhLowry Friday J N Osborne passed tjimugb her last week with a grove of six him lred turkeys gDir Sam Johnson was the tue f Millard Johnson Saturday night and Sunday Miss Minnie Johnson was fh attest of her cousins Frankie an M rtle Johnson Sunday- Oweniortwoad of Ruckervillc was the guest of J T Johnson aDd family Sunday Mr M B Elkin of tbe Levee Johiisoyn Sunday an court it Winchester Monday MOORE VILLE wthit5 the pleasant guest of her son Willis Golden recently Mrs JJ Haggard and Mis Wh Hampton ware guests of Mrs Geo Reed at Boonesboro last Monday Miss Eliazbeth Powell is visiting datives in Ricbrnoiid E C Gregg who has been tub Bloomington 111H for several mouths has returned home Frank Golden of Richmond is the guest of Willis GolJen and fa slyt theIP Mooresville schoolhouse Th night November 26 Eve Ybod3 I iu vi ted ELKIN Mr Ernest Lisle and Mr Jim Pat kof Paris were the guests of M rin weeknJMe3srs Richard Brown and Er goesalt jJE jli J R and family Sun day Misses Lula and Hattie Lisle were the guests of Miss Alice and Nat Hardy Friday o Mrs Eliza Lisle and little son John iie were the guests of Sltyaini gas Jim Bob Eppersfen Saturday Mifss Essia Hodgkin is iY THE HEWS by matI3 ayear vtfare r r THE suNDAY fflOOL Lesson IxFourth Quarter For Nov 29 1908 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Teat of the Lesson tea xxviii 113 Memory Verar 11jocnTe tCor ix 27Commentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1908 by American Press Associatio- nAny one who writes notes on these lessons can scarcely fall to be im pressed with this strange factthattt we never have a lesson from the prophets unless it Is the quarterly perance esson and In looking over th synopsis of lessons I notice that n lessons from prophecy appear In fth pnlyinf the kings It would seem as if prophecy was not considered a profita ble study as If It was considered a dark subject in the midst of much light instead jot a light shining in a thattno the Saviour have good reasons to say tobe professing Christians of our tlmeO fools and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken Luke xxiv 25 Preachers and people seem to have closed eye and to be in a deep sleep concerning the wonderful purpose of God concert Ing the ages and are therefore said to be drunken but not with coiner stagger but not with strong drink nix 9 Which is worse that phase odrunkenness or the beastly drunkenness which Is the result of liters strong drink If we judge from the fact that the awful words which from the Saviours lips and only fro His concerning weeping walling and gnashing of teeth were spoken no concerning the openly ungodly bu whncult to decide as to what He thinks itIt not be amiss to call attention vto the section of Isaiah which this chapter begins the woe section but in another aspect it might be called the section of they cornerstone the tried stone the sure foundation laid by God Himself verse 1C and other foundation there is none foall else is a refuge of lies atoed too short t stretch oneself on covering too narrow towrap oneself in and when the Lord comesln judgment and righteous ness to sweep away nIl false refuges and to cause Israel to blossom and bud and Oil the face of the earth wit fruit then It shall be seen vers 1720 chapter xxvil Qj JDrunkenuess Is the outward manifestation of a proud sinful self which not eiknowfg what ails it seeks satisfac Hon in this form and calls it a glori ous good time not considering that there is a judgment to come a when the sowing shall bring a fearf harvest of everlasting woe and all the glory and beauty in their eyeS of the present riting sljall forever fade away The disgusting fllthiness their feasts even though by music much that is attractiv- to the nhtural man chapter v12set forth in verses S 9 Not only the ordinary people but priests and prophets those who shopld be the Lords messengers to the people and stand for the people before God were guilty of bees1n when they died efore the Lord while oil elating as Ills priests Lev x 10 Not the energy nor the excitement of flesh can serve the Lord but only 1the zeal which comes by the Spirit of the Lord hence the admonition Be riot drunk with wine wherein is excess but be filled with the Spirit mightIsign used twice in verse 7 of our les son concerningthese erring onesIt is found also in Rom Jii 12 They n all gone out of the way In Isa lilt 6 it reads We have turned every one to his own way There Is only one way that Is riglit and that the way even Himself John xiv Those who followed Him are in Acts toileitd are the undefiled In the Way who walk in the law of the Lord Ps cxix 1 We cannot lead pthers into this good walkillgInpeace and equity Then only shaneturn others from Iniquity Mal ii G5 How beautiful is verse 12 of our les son but how sad Its ending This tmh lug yet they would riot hear Seethe same sad refrain in xxx 5 Matt HisYv not come Me In ilattxv S He had to use the wordsjof Isa xxix 13 This peo pie drawathnfgh untb Me with their mouth and honoreth Me with their lips but their heart is far from MeV There is no hope for any sinner bjut the word ofI the Lord therefore verse 14 Hear the word of the Lord ye sconful men But they made of Him and of it asking i Hettethought they were babes just weaned They did not know and many t dayI do not seem to know that these things itisThe day is coming when all the glory and pride and Jon elief of man shall be laid low and the Lord alo nershall be exalted Then shall the a of hosts be forli crown of glory and for a diadem of Beauty unto all 4trjilv His verse 51 r J Peoples State Bank T l 1 tAPITAL 1Od10 00aThis banIbegan business v less than three years ago dePresionsteady growth fro he start in the number ofuro depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours Yourare coiiilv inted to open an account with us Per sonal attenioa to all business J M HUbGKIN Cashier t J L BROW Presicit L B COCKRELL Vice President Hot Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO tHEY ALL SAY f YOUsf to come also then you willsay it too Nothing so invigorating and frostyoas a ste IImCoftfee at our fountain x t I Martin Cook Drug a Coinpangf 0SRawlins Store yourhLard Cans Meat Grinders Butcher knives youruHusking Gloves ofCome to see me isL C RAWLINS t Capital f 100000 IUndivided Profits 160000 Winc 1THE I or j t WINCHESTER KY WITIHERSP00Nr PRESIDENT isw R SPHAR CASHIER I SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS CashihI THE ato Ban MKJN 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Nlnht Phone 3390 J COflkwrighi Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Piands Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Stree Both Pkenes PROFESSIONAL CARDS a JOUETT JOUETT a Atlcrneys At Law Winchester IY f J MSTE7iZJSON J J Attorney At Law f 60 S Main S Wine he5terJI Y BECKNER BECKN B jAttorneys At Law KyPENDLE- TON EUSH BUSHr Attorneys At Law ti KyIf OR W C WORTilKGTON I Office hours10 to iota m p m and 7 to 8 PIn Nrew phone 432 ReyMii o33 lf5J W Ida Stf trlty THE NEWS by mail 3fJyar 4S t rIt Z TUT WHtiMtSTta KM it I MiNCEt1OYESfy I i 1t NoLisEAuTvgsmosi- f WUIAp earJ Leads Theatre In DisCountrySn et IAnd All t Description Of The Actresses i I I I NEW YORK Nov 27Ships In1glitin stillanpther cluster of op dancing stays yesterday La Touraiiie b h Mms Odette Vale thesnake charmer dauseuse and pantomime prima donna for car Hammersteins Manhattan Opera House and Miss Francis Alda the coloratura soprano and Jean Note the baritone for the Metropolitan Opera House while the White Star liner Arabic brought Claude Odellthe prize London Beauty with the classic form and face and C Dirbishire Jones the cellist HIs the American rat nutritious was the first question asked by the serpent dancer a typically French product piquant pretty supple dark with cheeks full of color My snakes swallow each a rat every fifteen days explained the pelilali of the Manhattan Operd House 1 throw the rat in to them and thY spring very quickly within the case hold the rat and squeeze squeeze until it is dead They are like dogs to me See they will come when I call Here Sarah Helen Hector JV Two cobras and an asp from hich the f are supposed to have been extracted re tsponded lazily to ma dames call Will Dance With Jler Pets u ey love to curl around my arms san neck continued the dauseusth While thty dont mean to harm me they like the warmth and will keep lookbt out and not fall asleep Helen is my favorite Helens eves are of the sam qolor as rt1eH jVIme Valery brings her little child with her She will not only dance with Sarah Helen and Hector in sheit donna in the pantomime operas he is to produce I ama plastic dancer not a p6se r havesmade a serious study of the dances of ancient Greece and while Sam sonVin whichxl shall make my debutr ig not of the Greek school it belongs to rite same period and the transi tion is easy Miss Frances Alda who has been on the staga only two and a half Years was met by Manager Gatti FORD l rMrs H F Wraith went to Win chester Monday Mr and Mrs Arthur Canon were s in Ford Sunday Arthur Brookshire and wife were in Ford Sunday I Mr Algen Fielder and wife have located in Ford We extend thsee good people a hearty welcome The Boone Lumber Company has sawed out and will ibegin repairs in a few days The sale of household and kitchen furniture farm implements stock t and feed by Chas Quisenberry of Madison was well patronized and every thing brought splendid prices t Mr Sam Lihle wife and babies of Winchester visited relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs A R Martin are- visiting the latters parents Mr anL1 MrslTandy Moberly here Lexingtonhere v IChas Williams of Lexington has been visiting here the past week Mrs Andrew smith who has been visiting relatives near Lancaster has returned to Ford Mr Shelby Hamilton of Richmond visited in Ford Sunday Mrs Kate Hurst of Richmond is visiting relatives heJeI enteItainedReson at dinner Sunday 1 The gasoline tug Walton with dredge boat Flortta and two barges passed down Monday The steamer fRoJ Armstrong passed down Thursday November 20 The steamer W J Roberts came to our landing Thursday Ernest Bentley and a few men are doing some repairs on Lock No 10 Messrs Delbert and Clinton Low ry 6Tf Curtin W Ya are visiting their brother here SNG Lowry J H Wilson preached two splen Subjectting In the evening lie preached to the youngpeople TextLuke 2 52 Both subjects were well handled MlSY W Stevenson of Win cehster was in Ford Sunday Capt Le Crone who has been on the ick list the past week is able to be out tiittle Glenrriore Dunn is ill with i r z tt i j1r y I Casazzi of the Metropolitan- It is true that you areengageq to marry Mr GattiCaSazzi Mis da was asked There is not tIe slightest truth in the report she said with a laugh I have no romance v The colorature soprana made her debut at La Scala Milan and has made successes at Covent Garden Brussels and Buenos Ayres Her first appearlice will be in Rigoletto Jean Note famous baritone of Eu Metroropapolitan Opera Horse will sing the toreador in Carmen and Valentine- in Faust He looks like Pol Plan con and isa bright jolly goodnat ured chap Prize Beauty Smokes Too Maude Odell the physical culture beauty who has come here to do liv ing pictures in colors appearing first at the Lincoln Square Theatre on the William Morris vaudeville circuit was bqrn in London twentyfour yearS ago She is an example of good health proper living systematic exercise great personal attractiveness and English openair woman hood fShe began the Sandow system of physical development about tenyeKrs ago when her brother Jack sixyears older than she took it up aftettending one of Sando s demon tra tions She had followed it ever since and ill 1906 captured the Sandow gold medal as the best example in England of physical and symmetrical development She has clossv black hair brown eyes naturally red cheeks aforeheadwithout the trace of a furrow and just the slightest beginning of a double chin Unaffected charmingly naive and sincere Euglands prize beauty says she leads a simple life is not a fad dist eats whatever she likes exer cises daily drinks not spirits but what she wants of claret burgundy or champagen and sJ1ttkes one two or three cigarrettes a day because she likes to The immigration officers would not allow her to leave the Arabic yes terday as Miss Odell is unmarried until Edward Pitgeon representative of William Morris had guaranteed that the girl would Jje chaperoned St V ituITarice- Miss Thelma Le Crone has gone to Berea to attend school Miss Lena Kelley is the guest of her sister Mrs J W Howard here Shirley Flyimund H M Tudor of Ford represented Pilot Lodge No 78 K of at the funeral of Dr A M Helm at Danville Thursday November 20 J W Howard Jr Ben Jordan and V T MeKinney spent one day in Lexington the past week While there they visited the Pythian Home and speak of it in the highest terms Mrs Butler of Marleson visited her daughter Mrs J C Bowman here Sunday Mr Joe Myers of Richmond was in Ford Monday J H Wilson and W V Wilkin son of Lexington were guests of E L Ellington from Saturday until Monday Mr Ben Hurst of ichniondwas on our streets Monday s Ford Lumber Company is prepar ing its mill for the winter tides DODGE J There vvill be a change of agents atthis depot Saturday Mr C Fuller now agent hire will accept a pOI pition East on the C 0 Mrs R M Northcutt will relieve Mr Fuller permanently both being employed by the C 0 Railway Company People in this section of the coun try are making fine progress towards gathering their corn during the pret ty weather Many people arexkillinsr hogs Mrs C E Yeary spent Wednje day fa Winchester with her mother Mrs J W Sims GUNS A is EXCHANGE SHOTS Revolutionary MoverrteWt4 Against Nord Alexis Spreads xPortAuPrince Haiti Nov 25 The revolutionary movement against President Nord Alexis is spreading The towns of Aquin and Jeremie have both declared against the gove erriment The gunboatCroyant which has fallen into the hands of the reb els encountered the gunboat Cen tenairo off Jr nic and shots were exchanged General Lee mte the minister of the interior who went out at the head of a cqyairxicent force against the rebels has ben taken prisoner The rumor to mrrmt here that he has been executed I tJJf rfi z rt 7 F TRAIN SCHEDULE J2D Imt ierye Winohe tsrsr followsJG Q BASTJBouKp mvNoUo 28 Daily Br Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 9254p m- oJo WEST BOUND No 27t Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 amNo 25 Daily Ex Sunday v 250p m No 23 Daily t 438 p m tL NSouTH BOUND No 29 ISx Sunday 855 a WI No S3 Daily 11 5J a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 pm No DnilyllOU pIU L NxNoRTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 71t ts n No b2 DailyT 250 pih No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 488 tw- L E EAST BOUND tfo 2 Daily Ex Sunday j 315 p I- UNo4 Daily IT 813 ain L E VEST BOUND No DailyEx Sunday 912 a U- lNo3 Daily 520 p in LEXINGTON EASTERN RY GL Time Card in Effect June 21 1903 tEast Bound No2No4 Daily iDaily Stations PM All Lv Lexington 225 1735 Winchester T 305 813 L E Junction 3 8j2G 20IClay City- Stnnton 3 902 135S 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 430I 943 Torrent 950 Beattyill June 510 110 17 Athol 537 h 0 15 0 K Junction 605 1115 ArJackson 6 10 1120 Nol1 No31 No5 Westbound aily Daily Sun Ex Sun Only Aivr1 PMIAM Lv Jackson J 6 102201 700 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 640 252 730 Beatfeyville Juno 707 320 754 Torrent 7 30 341 8 15 Natural Bridge 745 355 826- Campton June 748 357 8 2- 8Stanton815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 902 L E June 900 507 934 Winchester 19 12 5 20 9 f45 ArLexington 49 55 605 1025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAYi L E Junction Trains Nos 1I and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton Junction Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctpnTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky JO K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Kv anti way stations r W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A i 17tf 1To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0 as we have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I am ute our quick servIce and politeness will bring youbackThe quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoria BOTH PHONES Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager 1 The Capitolrof the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONSREADY MIXED PAINT D o esnt this seem to show that it would be a good paint for you to use Send for Sample Cards Babe eve s No 9 E Broadway6 Then He Complains Many a man never knows just wh he doesnt want until he gets it ij ff I J f r- r German Fleeced Blankets 10 k pair size regular kind ac per 59c German Fleeced Bankets 114 99pairBig Hcivy C mfortsr100 ach Extra Quality 150 Comforts fancy covering bothsides 9geeach Outing Flannels heaVy grades 8fc12cFlannellefs121c grade latest 81epatterns at per yard I i 1OO F A J v A In of to be no a it ff0 ad r- h4 a t t i w c i L t II r J fJ ro i f r k v l vltc 11 75f ntH worthat Ladies to 1 Big Miss Shoes We are offering I Ladies r Allour10 Ladies Cloaks for for998i I ISpecialBoys Knee Pants LOOK FOR WInchester Friday Nov 27MATINEE AND 1 W Presents MARIE DE BEAU and MISS WANDA RIVERS Tempestand SunshineDramitization of MARY HOLMES Famous Novel WitH tHe original CHicago Production A Beautiful Story Southern Life 2d Successful Season r Special Scenic Production PRICES Matinee lOc and 25c 25c 35c 5Oc and 75c OPERA HOUSE Dec 1 Mr Frank Holland SUBMITS Mildred Hollands Greatest one Lily AND hE- Prince CAST OFJHSTIKGUISIHD PLAYERS The Beautiful Hour CompleteActs theIPRICES DownStairs 50c Toe and 8100 Gallery 2Sc The Need the World The world natttrn genie day the word JULY end done with the word reward There are rewards and plenty dfduties And the sooner man sees that and acts upon like oldbarbiu1p1the t 1j D GA7INjSt 1 jhL CikJ Toe tid5te I Drama t To Close pur 15c Stra M atting at per yard J Mens Heavy Fleeces Shirts and DrawersRat Mens Heavy Yarn Half x at per 15e Ladies Heavy Yarn Hose Blue IDe25c at Mens Heavy ork Xghoes worth 175now Mens Heavy High Top Tan Shoes t worth 250 now 1 Ladies Calf Shoes plain or tipped wth 175 v 1 idt1 Ladies Fine Dress 5 Pair Tan Shoes Lac worth 300 Close Out Reduction on Childrens I our 750 Cloaksfor450 x 7 t- Our 1500 Cloaks Corduroy at38c i THE STAR one NIGHT MANN MSS Iof Night Tuesday Succes Rpiratic Stevenson I t pergarmente Hose pair 115I Skin hoesSf 198 ssand Next to Winchester theI I 1 NIGHT I I I t j lut Aesops Fable It appears to be custom noxva lays of andcertain sundry s zl pro Jounced fcjk to deride Aesops fables as childish Let these proved by the few who have tried it and the still fewer sue ceeded i tl i j t il k r Y A FeldI WINCHESTER THEATRE Saturday NOV28 A TEXAS RANGERA Guaranteed Attraction The best play of the West since Arizona andIThe Squaw Man A Complete Castes FultScenicIEquipment Cowboy Band- LParadeat Noon Prices 75c 50c 35c and 25 literary goodThezriohave ly 1 AllI WorksHe than manyhrEcczr3fitst wind throws on its face while heIhisKnowledgeroots and fewer branches but which uprootTalmud1 f f 1 I i r j r 4 J a h ry y r I o r i l r t if J t I JLi tr t i LM6fl ReidAdyeflisementsi- f Read This One at Any Rate TllS COUPONs Cut out and pr s ntd to us is food for t 5Oc ana CasH Purchaset ti Mens 500 Shoes7 jl I DC108AII L We Do Not Reserve Any 5 Shoe in our Store t i MASSEE The Shoe Man PAINTERd r DB CARBOLIC ACID Yiung Man is Badly Burned But it r is Believed He Will 7 Recover I MT STERLING Ky Nov 27 nflTiek Simpson a young painter Tiraiked into Whites drug store pur chased some carbolic acid and drank J drugbHe was seen to take the poison antidotes were administered inimediate I ly and physicians summoned He was take to his home and is in a crit j leal condition Simpson had made BO threats of suicide and the at empt to take his life was a1 sur prise He is about 30 years old and Married Simpson is badly burned hut it is believed will recover r Negro Run Over By Train While trying toboanla freight rain near Steps tone this county Anderson Bailev Jr a twentyfour year old negro fell under and wa run over and died of his injuries Both lees were cut off the left below the knee and the tight at the hip He came neav bleeding to death be tore his wounds were dressed CrouchStockdale Wedding Mi J M Crouch of Little Rock Bourbon lounty and Mrs Creesy- Stockdale of Judy this countv wee married in this city Wednesday eve ring The groom is a prosperous far merwhile Mrs Stockdale is well connected and is a popular woman Will Locate in Mason countyhaveMason county his farm of 130 acres scar Helena Station at 95 per acre equal to cash Possession will lien jnvcn on March 1 1909 and Mr Jbe Drennan and family will move there io live Thanksgiving Services Held p Thanksgiving services were held at the Christian church yesterday the sermon being preached by Dr J L Weber of the Methodist church to a g Asfs were received an at colleclion of J948 taken to be turned Yto the treasurer of tlui charities fund 1 F Only 7 dozen left of B6x Cal 250 shoes Satiutlay only 139 at Bloontfitildsr j t r LORED COlUMN RallyMt At the First Baptist church Friday night there wiII be a meeting in the interest of the new Berea college for colored people The colored people of Winchester have the same spirit of progress that the white people exhibit They are at the front when it comes to doing things When the Kentucky Weslej tin College burl1l d several liberal coloredmenover be a student at thp college The Colored people themselves propose to raise fifty thousand dol tars to complete the four hundred witwhichh V iAtThe Hip assentVbledat the Hipnodrome were present Thursday afternoon and evening Many olored people from nearb cities vcre present From ten tot eleven m there was dancing A happier assembly of people was nev ec rotten together in any city A feature of the Hippodrome is goo Order Since the opening in Febru jjiy nothing ofa disturbing nature has occurred The young colored jpcpple pride themselves that they tan as well or better than the white people Mr and Mrs Clarence Hadden Alt Sterling spent Thanksgiving Avitli F B Endicott and family Hard About the hardest task we know man of is trying to nt rtaJn a baMil i 1i 4D j The Shoe ManI MEETING GROWING IN INTEREST Ai POWER Dr J W Porter Preached Two Ser f mons on Thanksgiving Day The meetings at the First Baptist church are sfill growing in interest and pocrYestdny was the great estr day of the series of meetings J W Porter preached a most pow erfil sermon on Gratitude and Thanksgiving The house was racked with anxious people to hear the sermon One young man was converted and united with the church The attendance at the evening ser vice was inore than could yet into the building Dr Porter preached on The Power of God in Drawing Sin n ers Unto Chiist It was one of his most effective sermons There were ten additions to the church some of the leading citizens of the county The meetings perhaps will be con tinned indefinitely There have been about eighty additions to church Services Friday evening 730 t THANKSGIVING DAY JeAppearILexingtonV Thanksgiving Day was very quiet i luy observed in this city There was goinon ance of Sunday theJMchurches and were all attended by J arge congregations jAt the County Jail and the County Infirmary the inmates were all given a holiday that is no work of any kind was done that could be avoided regttladS It andt4ju number of local pepple attended anfd eye Iniil a jo see Eleanor Rubscn inVera TheMedium t 50 dozen Linen Finish Handker t chiefs sold at 15 cents Saturday h cents at Bloomfields ItJ HendersonFox A marriage license was issued Thursday morning to Mr Z illia Hendeison and Miss Lizzie JFox bot eeretJternoon by Rev Richard French at the home of the bride near Riick erville f comenMain and Broadway fpr groceries fhiits and vegetables We plac i them at your door ll233t 50 dozen white linen 25 cent hand kerchiefs at 15 cents Saturday at Bloomfields It POSTGRADUATES MEET PostGradualYo raael tad Ishmael Thursday event Koveraber twentysixth Those prey ent were Drs Shirley Venable W Combdi Goodwin J JW anSfi R Ishmael and Cole interestingfmVldelightful refreshments were served y r9 Just received 25 dozen 2o2e ttt 1t fI ln1 a Mans Life At some time in the life of ever majii 1te t leff poetry and the chick bCtnosseAtchison Globe l pt v j tEJId IAYE 1IE f 1tnO JonA JURY r Mrs Amelia Alton and Husband Art Refused Bail By Judge Taulbee JACKSON Ky NQY2i Mrs Amelia Allen and her husband Theo dore Allen charged respectively as principaland accessory with the murder of Mrs Fanny Tutt were Saturday refused bail in their exam miner trial before County Judge S S Taulbee and remanded to nail to await the action of the grand jury The examination was begun Tues day afternoon and was not concluded until late Wednesday evenin eight witnesses having been introduced for the Commonwealth and only the two defendants in their own behalf It was shown bv different witnesses that threats had been made by the Aliens ajid that they went into the home of Mrs Tiitt while her hus band ivas away and shot her down Mrs Tutts dyhi declarations were to this effect and the circumstantial evidence bore this out There was great excitement over the killing and the court room was crowded during the trial v The Aliens were not able to employ attorneys and the court appointed A H Patton and M H I3olliday to de fend them Allen stated that he had a brother somewhere in the West that might help him Mrs Allen has an uncle anection foreman on the Lexington fi Eastern railroad Judge Taulbee today ordered all the men from the court room and then had them searched before they were allowed to reenterj ENGINEER IS BADLY WRECKat Engine Derailed on C 0 and Ed ward Owen is Seriously i Injured Spreading rails caused It wreck a Ashland Junction two miles fron Ashland at 430 oclock Wednesday m ruing in which Edward Owen Ayho for the last thirty years hay been connected with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway in the capacih of engineer came ifeai toxins hislif t SamaritanIH Mr Owens escape from immediate death is remarkable No one else was injured although the engine traekIa ment with both and fireman iedescaping steam enveloped his body It was some time before the heroic methods employed to release him from his perilous position were suc cessful and when lie was finally du out of the debris it was found that hb lower limbs left arm and shoul der and right side were terribly scald ed His face and left side were also cut and bruised Fireman Gost escaped without in juries although he was unable to gel mt of his cab until after the engine readied the foot of the embankment liThe rest of the train did not leave the track and no one else was hurt F HAYES AND SONIIS HOME ON A VISIT Formerly Proprietor of Bourbon House in Winchester Now Lives in Seattle S Hayes of Seattle Washington accompanied by his son James came back to his old Kentucky home ThanksgivingMr a native of Ireland and came to this country when he was a young man and was for many years proprietor ofV the Bourbon House now the St Georce Hotel in this and later of the Hayes streetiJames Haves the son went to tli Northwest a number of years a thSs They arc being greeted heartily by heir many friends in Winchester Will continue until Saturday to sell 5 450 and 4 Knee Plain Pants Bloomfieldsn i1f- J CLAYNCITY fJ Mr Arthur Phillips and MissNelv lie McDoweirwere inarriedfMond y evening latV fasJ i rref r l Would You ttI ea ari Overcoat LiKe This III a ALL If yon have riot yet renewed H ha guide is one rue and a im GncoikH HULLER MLLS- a The oldest and best in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no egnat One of the Worlds Words The UTnj Mahal at Aiwa Ivliju is a mausoleum l t llt by Qliah Jshan to bi jthe iP05tiuiifi1 thrt 4s 7 r 1r t n l f1 Ift t It is a mighty Fiq Jf o r time wear day or a style that will inext year as now r We are them in a of 1500 toI3500 f are the new in the Stetson Hats Nile Green and other popular RupardStewart Co in the Latest DesignsI in onr and all the and to the ful the bare struc ture We your IIRATED LEADING MAGAZINESII WEEKLY PAPERS SUBSCRIBE NOW imwedintely tallPHILLIPS tTemperament tcharacterabsolutely oaeotr institution flourthe asattJvi1 Overgarment suitable all night be fashionable showing great variety colorings XWe shoring shades including colorings 350 tMantels have excellent represen tation stock lackinghere staircasing newel posts other necessaries luxuries evolve house beauti from bespeak lumber orders JLNCORPOI A LITTLE GOOD COAL makes a big hot fire when a lot of poor coal sends out no heat at all It iseconomical to buy our coal because it is clean goes farthest makes most heat leaves very little ash and costs no more per ton tha poorer grades We deliver it to weightalways The WINNMARTIN COAL 6 SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED fii CLASSIFIED FOR S lGood new house with four rooms stable cistern anfi Washingtobetween Call on JOHN H STANDIFORD r 1127lmo LOSTSmall leather pocketbook andcheckon Clark County National a d pay able to B R Jouett Please return to this office and receive re ward 111tfiFOR RENTOne half of JiQuse ofIfour rooms on corner ofLexiiV-ton avenue and Burns street god water and GLENMORE COMBS Titustee ll2 ff FQR SALEFine bronze gobbler Mrs J F Golden East VjVuji phone 332 111201F- OR a RENTCottage very iirlr ably located Apply at ih1of fice U17vtr FOR SALE Perfectly good latest model Oliver typewriter Apply at this office- WANTED SEWINGTam prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies hirt waists and childreus dress making a specialty Callat 234 S Highland street MRS J C LAKY 1019lmo dinnercjdarcsto street10291mp FOUND Two Water Spaniel dogs keeping 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 111141 FOR SALE Cottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and Beckner street V P AZBILL 1113lmo SALE OR EXCHANGE I havBvX house value 2500 that is now and has been for fifteen years used inRoclnvoodchange for other teal estate LEE WAINSCQTT l Y7134t iIShortILOST Ladys gold watch with initials E B J engravedon teand Teddy Bear fob attached which has engraved on it Benton Harbor Mich Suitable reward for the return to this office li23Ct FOR RENT OR SALEMy resi ApplyTEBarnes nenll233tW- FOR SALE 150 shocks of fodder 150 shocks of corn and sixty bles to feed it on Apply Robert Quls enbury 3l236t GreatScottVS a If our people dont know a good thing whenlj they see it no use of looking for people who do Mh Jftoour so lkissixweeks t We are now adding to our force at the rate pfi one man a dayVAnd now that the Tobacco momey is soon to become a Prodigal Son lets all put our shoulders tof the wheel of prosperity and show the world that Winchester is not only the home ofthe1ar est deals lout is the largest 10000 city of this glorious AmerX ca And that the tEagle Casting Co of Winchester incorporated is giving better workand better prices on Castings of all kinds J Coal and Lumber Cars i y Cement Claan sri Gas Furnaces f and Structural Steel than any similar institution in Kentucky f i t rt I r rt y F G CORNELLfGeni agei 1 Jr i1 j d r f t7 r TJr r 1