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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jt F F j I t i o r1 r Irt I Last Edition 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS T VOL L NO 44 KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1908 CENTS A 10 WEEK 1T CAPTAIN WILLIAM AI ATTEOLL 2fF 118 IN HIS FINAL HOME J Lape Citizens Pay Tribute to the Honored Dead T Flowers in Greatest Profusion are Placed or His Bier As The News goes to press this bnght December day the remains of Canfthin VV A Attersall are being laid to x stin our beautiful cemetery A former citizen tells this story of Captain Attersall He was appoint ed by the Council to buy a fire en vginb and other equipments for the department of this city This gentle man was with Captain Attersallwhen he went to tile factory to make the purchase The manager after the prices were made told Captain Atter call that lie would be entitled to a certain per cent for Himself if the purchase was made that they always r aid that with the jfrbm the larger cities The trades closed and the per cent to which aptain Attersall was entitled amounted to fifteen hundred dollars Captaiii Attersall then ordered fifteen hundred dollars worth of additional supplies for the department the city gettingthe benefit of the fifteen hun r dreg dollars that he could just a FeisilY have put in his own pocket Among those in attendance from other cities are A Gnadinser and his son Anthony from Cynthiana Geo Richter from Cincinnati Mr ant Mrs John Burk of Lexington and FrankfortrThe services at the residence were i conducted by Rev F B Wentworth of the Episcopal church and Rev 0 frChandler of the Methodist church 1 Floral Gifts r lVphe flowers and floral designs were in point of beauty among the finest ever seen in this city Among the floralpieces were the following Fire department a ladder consisting of carnations hues bride and mermit roses Odd Fellows Wreath of Marschel Neil roses banked with ferns with dove in the act of flying officialsA mammoth crossr made of lillies carnations and ferns ElksA pillow of roses carnal tions and ferns with the letters BP 0 E in the center- Winchester Water Works Company A wreathof lillies and roses v kiTjie Funeral Procession- The procession was in the following order wagon loaded with flowers VOdd ellowsY i Police r i 4 hire department Pall bearers Hearse carriagesr2 F v Mrl Geo Attersall the youngest i son of Captain Attersall who lives at Jacksonville Texas arrived with His wife in time to be present at the funeral Deaartmentt meeting Monday appointed a committee on i j- J j 4 Il rl ldD t m 1t t rrt 1f t r E J J Yift7 t LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER CLARK WINCHESTER 2 COPY CENTSA LAID mof representatives City resolutions The following is their xWhereasAttersal de ceased was for many years a member of the Winchester Fire Department and for many years its faithful and efficient chief be it resolved First That the department de nlores his death and extends to the bereaved family its heartfelt sympathy Second That the community has lost a good citizen and an upright honorable man Third That the department building shall be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days as a token ofrespect for our deceased member and friend Fourth That a copy of these resolutions be sent the family spread upon the minutes and published in the Winchester Democrat and Winchester News J A McCOURT S It TRACY JNO W HARDING Committee 100 ADDITIONS AT REVIVAL SERVICES Meetings Are to Close Friday Night Baptisms Thursday Morning Tuesday was a successful day in the revival meetings at the First Ban tist church HarveyHunt and Mr Womack and a young man united with the church Dr Porter preached a great sermon on the subject ofThe Design of Baptism The ordinance of baptism was administered to twentynine men and boys The women and girls will be baptized Thursday after the forenoons sendee Preaching by Dr Porter Wednesday night at 730 It is expected that the meetings will close Friday night It will be Dr Porters last sermon The church has received about one hundred ad dtiibns t EYESIGHT IS DESTROYED OWINGSVILLE Ky Dec 2 Jamse Thompson colored a prisoner on the rockpile was seriously hurt when a scale of rock driven by an other prisoners hammer struck him in the upper nart of the eye going through the eyelid and clear through the eyeball destroying the sight The eyeball had to be taken out Thompson claims that he had never been arrested nor tried for any of fense whatever and that he had un lawfully been forced to go to work Re expects to seek damages from the town lli III i v m r fJ t i tI i i I t mi f- Thristmas E6ltion 41y riyl I y If the Stews will issue its i7I fll wifiT s a A i Ii1 v t 9I1fYM rt iyiil Poems Illustrations EtcItr i i If It will be the i 4 wu for the busiest days of the Holiday ti trade r fl j tlfI vJ dim Mj THE ADVERTISERS WHO DESIRE m i y Jry j NOTIFYfS aj i + s j Cb e mincbester news Comuanv it JY IINCORPORATED l tl f IJ tt i iJ iJ 1t IJ IJ IJ i1h I fr r r DAUGHTER OF COLONEL HATFIELD U S AWHO IS A BRIDE One of the most interesting events In society circles In Washington this season was the marriage of Miss Helen Hatfield to Lieutenant Barclay Merchant The bride Is the daughter of Colonel Hatfield of the United States army and besides being one of the prettiest young women In army circles Is exceedingly popular in society at the capital Lieutenant Merchant Is at Myer Va GREAT BANQUET FOR DISTRICT BOARD OF BURLEY SOCIETY Clark County Board of Control and Commercial Club to EnteTtain on Tuesday December 8 Many Eloquent Speakers for tne Occasion Final arrangements were complet ed Tuesday night for the banquet to be given by the members of the Clark County Board of Contfdland the Commercial Club to the members of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society on Tuesday evqnlng December 8 The banquet will be given at the BrownProctoria and covers for one hundred will be laid Saxton Trosts Orchestra will furnish the music and the most elaborate menu ever prepared for any banquet yi Central Kentucky will be spread Mr John E Garner will be toastmaster and some of the most eloquen and distinguished afterdinner speak MR 0 T MAUACK HAS VIVNOT YET DECIDED Says He is Being Urged to Enter Race For Mayor and Will Make Up His Mind Soon Mr D T Matlack who is being urged by his many Democrat friends to enter the race for Mayor said in an interview with a News reporter Wednesday morning on the probabili ties of his entering the race that he had not definitely decided yet as to whether he would enter the race or not He said that his freinds continued to urge him to enter the race and that he had the matter under consideration THREE ADDITIONS AT THE METHODIST CHURCH Services Will Continue Twice Daily at 1030 am and 730 t p m Rev Mr Ricks preached a strong sermon to a large audience at the Methodist church Tuesday night His subject was taken from Luke 16 J9 31 The Parable ofthe Rich Man and ad4itionscontinue dally at 1030 a mand 730 pm r i J f 1 t ers of Kentucky will respond to toasts The committee last night sent a long telegramto Hon James Wilson Secretary of Agricujyfjure iii President Roosevelts Cabinet tie tinQ him to be present There will be seventy invited guests and the remaining thirty tickets will be for our own peoplewho can purchase same at 2d0 apiece The committees appointed last night were On flowers and menu S D Goff On speakers and music B R Jou ettOn menu cards and arrangements ilJP Taylor and John E Garner Mr B A Tracy was made Treas urer of the Banouet Funds and all subscriptions may be paid to him ETOGETCASH 1 FOR TOBACCO SOON 1 vs vis Burley Officials Finish Their Work at Winchester and Ad journ The Executive Committee and the Advisory Board of the Burley To bacco Society complete their work late yesterday afternoon dividing the tobacco which was sold to the American Tobacco Company and the independent manufacturers some days ago Sale sheets are wing made out as rapidly as possible and are being sent to the secretaries of the different county Boards of Control The work is being hushed and everything is being done to put the money in the hands of the growers at the ear liest time possible BURGLARS BLOW OPENV SAFE AND GET 14000 First National Bank is Robbed and Looters Escape in an Au tomobile Special to TheNews V PEPPERELL MassjXDoc 2J theaFirst National Bank here early this morning and secured fourteen thousand in cash Theye fapecIn3n automobile if s t At rtJ a- ah J7 4sir i r toi 1 rkv PEOPLE OF CAPITAL CITY ARE YIN REVOLT AGAINST GOVERNMENT STRAUS SUBMITS ANNUAL REPORT Secretary Favors Supervision of Cor porationsBelieves in Publicity Washington Dec 2 Important and unusual statements and recommendations are made by Secretary Oscar S Straus in the sixth annual report of the department of com merce and labor Our age says Secretary Straus has been very properly called an era of commercial development and expansion and the United States by reason of its many exceptional ad vantages its boundless natural resources and possessing a growing Intelligent energetic enterprising and selfreliant population is reap ing a greater share of industrial and commercial prosperity than any of the other nations of the world Secretary Straus points out that labor and the industries and com merce are Interdependent That commerce which is developed and ex panded to the detriment either of the health or of the wage standard of the laborers engaged therein how ever profitable it might be in the material sense is harmful to a nations welfare and should be discouraged Some space is devoted to a consideration of the operations of the bu reau of corporations but on account of the character of the work of that bureau little definite information Is disclosed The secretary says that the bureau now has on hand investi gations of the tobacco steel and lum er industries inland waterways the International Harvester company and further investigation of the petro leum industry and cotton exchanges He Is of the opinion that advance toward corporate reform must come through some gerferal system of pub licitySecretary Straus strongly recom mends the adoption of a definite sys tem of positive supervision and regu lation of corporations through an administrative office urging that such a system Is constructive not destruc tive Through this office it would be possible to publish important facts as to corporate operations safeguarding the unnecessary publication of all proper business secrets It is becoming more and more ob vious that the work of they govern ment ini regulating corporations should not be directed at the mere existence of the combination itself as such but should deal rather with the way in which the combination powers are used so as to prevent as far as possible the misuse of these great industrial forces Only such combinations as are formed for wrongful purposes or such combina tion as use their powers for evil should be brought under the condemnation of thA law Statistics are furnished to show that the percentage of foreignborn persons in our population has rer mained practically unchanged for 40 years in 1860 being 132 while InI1900 it was 137 The recent cial depression resulted in a falling off of 39 per cent in immigration fort fiscal year 1908 the net increase after deducting departures of aliens was for the year 209867 of whom 26 per cent are illiterate The total amount of money brought into the country by immigrants was 17794 226 an average of S25 ner capita KENTUCKY MAY WIN 6000000 IN TAXES Judge Stout Orders State Board to assess Southern Pacific Railroad FRANKFORT Ky Dec 211t- he Circuit Court yesterday Judge Stout rendered a decision in which he directs the State Board of Valu ation and Assessment to value and assess the Southern Pacific railroad according to law Judge Stout does not say what valuation shall lie placed on the South ern Pacific which has its offices at Beechmont a subUrb of Louisville The suit however was to force an assessment on valuation of 250 000000 and will mean about 0000 000 for the State if the Court of AAPeatsupholds the judgment w as five years taxes are involved s f l 1 VVVVVV Fs A R 5 L i cVs i y JW i WEATHER tr itF ir Continued Cold Tonight Slightly WarmerIV Provisional Government is Estab = lished Gen Legitime Made A ito President r Special to The NewsV PORT AU PRINCE Haiti Dec 2t 2 psrevolted against the Government and are now in possession of the city A provisional Government has been established and General Legitimeh1i accepted the presidency rfV 1 Port au Prince Dec 2 The 9Xf pected battle between the revolution fists and the troops of tne government which are entrencfied a feY miles outside the city is likely to be deferred for several days General Antoine Simon the commander chief of the revolutionary forces hat decided to attack Jacmel which lies 30 miles to the southwest of this city and which is the only town that has remained loyal in the departmentVof the south before resuming his march on Port au Prince It is believed however that the situation so far as the government- is concerned is lost Louis Borno the minister of state has handed In his resignation and has taken refuge in the German legation and there now remain in office only three of the high governmental officials General Leconte minister of the inter for General Laleau minister of jus= tice and public instruction and Genera Marcelin minister of finance and commerce All the other ministers have resigned with the exception of General Celestin Cyriaque who after his recent defeat at the hands of the insurgents is believed to have found asylum in one of the foreign con I sulates It was Louis Borno who took uPtthe portfolio of state relinquished by General Sannon when he sought refuge in the French legation last March after resigning He was credited with inducing President Alexis to permit the departure in safety of General Firmin and the other revolutionary agitators who had fled to the legations and consulates at Port au Prince and Gonaives at the time of the last uprising It is believed that the intention of the president in calling an extraordi nary session of the chambers is to have them name his successor President Alexis favors either of two can didates for the office General Ttt renne Jean Gilles and Solon Menos a distinguished lawyer But there is doubt that a quorum could be secured because of the absence of the great majority of the deputies and senators of the department of the south General Gilles has been a favorite of General Alexis and is a strong supporter of his policiesI Revolution Nipped In Bud San Salvador Dec 2A plot to overthrow the government of President Figueroa was discovered and frustrated Martial law has been proclaimed The revolutionary move ment Which was started In the department of Sonsonate was crushed immediately Many persons well known in political circles opposed to the government were implicated and i have been imprisoned TAFT IS CONFIDENT J Believes Tariff Revision Will BeAp r complished Without Friction Hot Springs Va Dec 2 Repre sentative William B McKinley of It Hnois a close personal friend of Speaker Cannon is to visit the press dentelect here Friday That Mr Mc Kinley will bear assurance from the speaker in harmony with other mes rsages which have reached Judge Taft through friends of Mr Cannon vis consistently predicted here TheseV assurances are all in the line of barVmany and have been received with considerable gratificationtThe presidentelect has been con stantly insistent on a thorough tariff revision and while he has made no statement as to the outlook Jb is known that he feels very much en couraged and confident that the rev suit is to be satisfactory and Accom pUshed probably without undue Eric i tion I- tBULLET REBOUNDS FROM NEGROS SKULL rPARIS 3Cy Dec 1 John Case a colored tenant pn the Leach iarni t 7 near Paris was shot in the forehead with a thiityeighfe caliber tinllet but sustained no injury the bullet re iVV I bounding from the skulL b Z n iery W ti4 J y l R tf a1X ts iV5W3tff r al ff j v x r p HTWO J THE WINCHESTER NEWSi I 4 l ICILIN ROAD B ILDING How Petroleum Is Used en Top r Iof a Macadam Bed A FINE SURFACE OBTAINED J letter Than Asphalt Does Not Crack and LumpRolling Must Not Be Done In Wet Weather or When Ground Is Soft The old system of oiling roads and streets Is clearly a flat failure except ra moderate improvement of some of the worst thoroughfares The new system of making roads with oil is proving a success whenever proper methods are pursued The oil and natural soil no longer fo where real results are wanted The use of the heavy ten to eleven gravity petroleum has become quite general Its superiority has been well demonstrated but there is a wide dif ference between different oils of this gravity and with the same amount of asphaltum Some of that sold is well unquestunablycontains the required percentage of as phalt The oil must possess the ad iieelve quality and be able to bind the rock and asphaltum togetherin other words the necessary petroline The best roads are undoubtedly the macadamized highways found In older sections The building of such thor oughfares with the use of oil on the surface to form a top dressing and BOAD BEADY FOB OILING present a surface like asphalt pave ment is just in its infancy in southern California says the Los Angeles Times In Pasadena there are a number of streets of this kind notably Madison avenue prepared at a cost of 12 cents per square foot and with a 4epth of seven inches of foundation Blocks of this street are scarcely dis tinguishable from asphalt paving There are others similar but some arc- H sot equal to this At the same time they are superior to those prepared in jhe old way The new method of macadamizing 4KBd oiling as laid down in a set of specifications used for a number of Streets may be outlined substantially ss follows For the foundation grading k done by the removal of all earth tone loose rock cement shale hard JMUV etc to a depth of seven inches below the intended finished surface And to a farther depth of two feet below the subgrade whenever mud sand Or other soil material is encountered ue space to be refilled with good arth or gravel The whole is rolled with a roller of not less than twelve bnB In weight until the surface is un jlelding all depressions made by thp roller being filled up and rolled again All portions that cannot be reached by the roller must be tamped solid and tile rolling must not be done in wet weather or when the ground is soft and muddy This subgrade must bedecked by the street superintendent fjefore proceeding with work On this grade a bottom course of joacadam is laid consisting of stone act exceeding three inches in diameter and not less than one and a half Inch its This layer will be five inches in thickness and isrolled with a twelve ton steam roller until the stone ceases fc sink under the roller or to creep in front of It A top course of stone between three fourths of an inch and an inch and a halt In diameter will cover this to a depth of two inches and will be rolled r as before after a first coating of oil onehalf a gallon to the square yard ja applied evenly so as to saturate the entire top layer Then all voids art filled in with rock screenings of the exceedingdiameter with a top dressing of the same material laid to the depth of half ma inch after which there is given a second coating of oil to the same 1Jamount as before and the whole rolled and tamped until no evidence of the oil remains on the surface except as screeningsofany oil remains to absorb it These specifications provide that oil shall be of 10 to 11 gravity with SO per cent asphaltum at SO penetration and with v notmore than 2 per cent water The Pacific Electric and Los Angeles 4 Interurban railways are using this I method on their rights of way in Pasa l Aetna Long Beach and one or two isther points It is said to be better than the use of asphalt as it gives r with the pressure of the rails under J weight of cars and can be taken up and replaced without difficulty It does not crack and lump as does the as jhalt It is hard to tell it from the Latter sometimes impossible for the average person In Long Beach the T eult has been very good fopt New Road Machine Jas O A Baldwin of Pasadena Cal is I j Iexperlmentln with a new machine fI silt on the principle ofa disk plow Y tr the purpose of keeping oiled roads 4an condition l A V Virv 4 I 1 HOW TO BUD g May Be Done Even by One Who Is In experienced It is not yet too late to bud fruit trees Keep a sharp knife Cut the twig from the tree from which you wish to bud Cut out a vigorous bud with about a half inch or more of bark and wood below the bud and about an 3 itj 1 I s- aHtE 1 BUDDING KNIFE BUD STICK eighth or a quarter of an inch above the bud Cut off the Jeaf in the axil of which lies the bud to within an inch or so from the bud leaving only the bottom as a handle to assist you in the operation Now cut out all the wood from the bark save a very little under the bud Some cut it entirely out Cut through the bark of the tree stock the letter T and with an ivory or polished bone blade or something that Is thin and smooth open or separate the bark from the wood sufficiently to Insert easily the bud and no more then quickly smooth the raised bark over the bark below and above the inserted bud Wind and tie around the tree stock and insertion commencing at the bottom strips of bass matting leaving only the bud exposed to the air You can tell within two or three weeks whether the buds have set or not If they do not the buds will dry up shrink and die but If successful they will look vigorous- In from two to three weeks cut the strips of matting and remove them thus giving alla chance to expand In the spring if your buds do not winter kill as peach buds sometimes do they will shoot forth and weather and in sects permitting in due time will bear you an abundant harvest In the spring after the bud has started to grow remove the top of tho IIYwe I 6BUD INPOSITION BUD COMPLETE tree or branch to within a few inches of the bud so that the sap will more generally flow into It and as the shoot ascends tie It to the remaining stock to prevent the winds wrenching and breaking it Peach trees are budded and so are most kinds of stone fruit Worth Remembering As a traveler passes through any country he judges the prosperity of the farmer chiefly by the appearance of his buildings and farmyards He can get some line on conditions by looking at crops in the field or cattle in the pasture but the story is told most fully and accurately by the paint on the barn and the lawn grass in front of the house And when the real estate agent takes a prospective buyer through the country he depends largely almost chiefly on the gropnds and themIsehesthere are other reasons even more powerful to influence thoughtful men and women in the same direction Most Important is the fact that this Is home It is the place where father mother and children live The family life centers here If there Is to be any home feeling It must come through a thoughtful care for the comforts con veniences and beauties of the home If there is to be any uplift in intelli gence or morality It must find its op portunity in wholesome and attractive difIIer is both a business and dwelling place Many things which a man would not care to undertake for the benefit of his business merely he must put through for the sake of his home This has ever been the spirit of American farm life at its best and it needs to bepreached on every hand today Timely HintsIThere are contrivances to put plows that pulverize the soil as onI go along Each round drags or the last furrow Tile man who does not have to stop to scour his plows and shovels Isnt lucky Hes thrifty and careful The state of Kansas owns a proprietary no lson for killing prairie doss and gophers It Is made at the experiment station aidsold at cost to fanners Iz r v LETTUCE OVERNIGHT The Mushroom Growth Is No Longer In It Nowadays This is a suggestion for the winter It Is a secret of how to get lettuce for a luncheon or a dinner party over night The mushroom growth Is no longer in it with the overnight lettuce The eipert gardener says it is not generally known but it can be put into practice if a woman will only take no tice and know how The way to do it is as follows A box Is filled with rich earth mixed with onethird part slaked lime using luke warm water The seeds must be sof tened by having been soaked in strong brandy for twentyfour hours The sowing is in the usual way and behold in twentyfour hours one has a head of lettuce for dinner that night Whether or not this is a conjurers trick can be found out by yourself No one has admitted whether the lettuce goes to the head on account of the brandy and no one has added up the cost of the brandy against the ordinary cost of a head of lettuce in the market Here is another gardeners trick for making flowers bloom In a minute on a cold winters day to adorn the dinner tableAll you have to do is to select per fect tightly closed buds with lon stems Cover the ends of each stem at once with sealing wax See that each bud is perfectly dry and inclose it In waxed paper Put each one away from the air When you get ready to have full blown flowers go to your conservatory on the shelf take the buds and cut the stems place in water in which has been dis solved a tiny bit of niter of salt and you will have a full blown rose for your dinner table It might be much easier to telephone the florist for a few roses but you would miss the fun of growing your own in a few minutes UNIQUE CARVING FORK Resembles a Pair of Scissors or a Pair of fliers The contrivance shown In the ac companying illustration resembles a pair of pliers but it is not It is a carving fork which the Inventor claims i Ill 1 Ir r- oy IIIlltid r Ill N J- rIT IsujFOR THE CARVER is a great Improvement over the carv ing forks now In common use Again It might be mistaken for a ofscis sors being of similar construction with the exception that when the handles are drawn together the shanks still remain apart At the end of each shank are the prongs When it is de sired to hold the meat to be carved the handles are swung apart causing the prongs to do likewise The shanks are then placed at opposite sides of the meat and the handles drawn together With the aid of this utensil the meat can be securely held the grip increas ing in proportion to the force exerted up6n the handles The prongs being prevented from contracting they can not cut or crush the meat HEALTH AND BEAUTY Dark rings under the eyes show that the body in one way or another is being overtaxed by worry or that the physical system is deranged Lack of rest late hours or an irregularity of the kidneys will bring those gray heavy lines Drink plenty of water every day get out of doors regularly look after the diet and ggt to bed early The fluffy headed girl will often find water efficacious in the training of her hair In this case the hair near the head is gone over with a wet brush and an effort is made to lay it in waves After this a veil is placed over the hair in the shape of a cap un til the hair is dry If there is the slightest tendency to curl a couple of weeks of this sort of treatment will develop it For very sick people toast water is a nourishing palatable drink Put several pieces of cold crisp toast in a thick pitcher pour boiling hot water over it cover the pitcher to keep in the steam and after it has soaked for fifteen minutes strain off the hot wa ter which contains the nourishing essence of the broad It can be kept in cool place until the next time to re heat it Do Not Be Morbid To a degree sensitiveness is a good quality and one to be cherished But every fine quality has its defects and the defect of undue sensitiveness is morbidnessNever yourself by wondering If on this or the other occasion you made yourself appear ridiculous If you wrote a foolish letter let It go at that If you made a silly speech be comforted People will not remember It long If there was a clever thing you might have said and did not remind yourself that there are more days to come and there will be other chances 7 0 r L JIIri t JI- b o p lit In t 1If v JOB PRINTING 1 tr Our Plant is equipped with the latest ta- c l ties to turn out the best of Job r Workr s i a Our Business his increased materially Sin the past month It is growing PeopleIv who never patronized this office bes- v fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to J handle Nothing is too small topie vent our giving it the very best of attention We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turnedout of this office the day they are prom v Jsed There is no irritating delay- We s Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and foldedworkI v Lawyers Briefs can be set as expe ditiously and cheaply as in any part of Kentucky All We AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again j 4 THEIWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winchesterr r j it I 1 JOB RINTINGHr= x l f 0It r f 1 0 I Pll t In e q l f J J i fu V i 1 0 Jc 1 J J THE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 rf Paae Tbras rl New and Old n 5 Methods of Cooking Meat v Dishes Swiss Roast Take a round steak about two or two and a half Inches thick pound into it as much flour as It will take using the edge of a heavy plate for that purpose When the flour has been pounded into both sidsput the meat into a skillet with some lard and brown it on both sides or use oil instead of lard Then cover with water adding onions enough to flavor and a whole ripe tomato or an equal quantity of canned tomatoes when the fresh vegetables are not in season Cover tightly and cook for two hours adding more water as necessary during this time Just before the meat is done salt and pepper to taste A little of Grandmas Spanish Pepper is nice Delicious as this dish is when served hot it is also very nice cold Economical Ragout Put four tablespoonfuls of butter In pan and brown Have two and a half pounds of round steak cut about two inches thick and try brown on both sides Cut up four onions two tomatoes and one green pepper pile on top and around meat Season to taste Fill pan with water cover and boil slowly until done and you have a dish fit to set before kingSwedish Meat Balls One pound of round steak one pound of fresh pork fe of cracker crumbs one cup ImHkone egg Make into little hound balls and fry about 20 minutes Stew for T oTalce a small roast of any kindof about two pounds or chicken Put in a frying pan in which two tablespoonfuls of lard or butte- has been heated Then put your meat In and keep turning it so it will brown on every side Then add a teaspoon of sugar a tablespoon of vinegar a handful of Sour and a pinch of per Turn into a larger vessel ad enough water to Almost cover meat put cover on and cook slowly for half an hour Then add six onions and si potatoes and cook until done Last of all season with salt Result is a nicest w with plenty of brown gravy Baked HamGet wham and let i soak in cold water over night In the covefEnvinegar and one cup molasses1boil until tender then stick a few cloves in the ham and sprinkle top lightly with sugar and bake for about an hour Then serve hot This way of cooking ham gives it a fine flavor and it is not too salty It slices nice ly cold for luncheon the next day Ham ttiesChop cold boiled ham add onethird as much bread crumbs moisten with milk Fill patty or bis cuit pan about twothirds Set in moderately heated oven and when break an egg over each patty b careful not to break yolk then setback into oven until the eggs jar cooked When slightly cooled serv on lettuce leaf Pantry Brushes Butlers pantry brushes are invalu able to the neat housekeeper They get into corners and crevices that the ordinary brush fans to reach One of right1Uigleinches high and bristles bordering both corners The wooden frame does not quite finish out the square for in the opposite corner the wood is rounded and made into a handle Another satisfactory cleaning brush has an 18 inch handle with what looks like a gigantic tooth brush on one end and a rpund fiat brush on the other These arSv helpful in cleaning shelves and corners that would otherwise be out of reach Pimentoes as a Garnish Not enough hostesses make use of the small sweet peppers called pimen toes They are artistic accompaniments to many dishes with the added advantage that they can be eaten They will quite transform ordinary shredded cabbage if made as a border around the edge of the salad dish the whole masked with mayonnaise Equally attractive are they when edg ing a border of rice around stewed chicken or surrounding boiled fish with white sauce To Prevent Rust on Flatirons Beeswax and salt will make rusty flatirons as smooth and clean as glass Tie a lump of wax in a rag and keep It for that purpose When the irons are hot rub them first with the wax rag then scour with a paper or cloth sprinkled with salt Prune Salad A delicious fruit salad and an inexpensive one is made by soaking prunes cover night and then cutting them no small pieces with the scissors and adding diced celery and wal nut meats Mix together with a mayonnaise dressing Peanut Salad One teacup peanuts shelled and soaked in olive oil a few minutes two teacups celery in small pieces one dozen pitted ripe olives serve on lettuce leaves with mayonnaise dressing Firm Poached Eggs 7 To have daintily poached eggs free rum waterdrop in buttered gem pans place in steamer setting all overr keftleot boiling water The steam iooks them perfectly j r4 E 1 K Mlit rf f 1 I 1i1i tpt IAN INDIAN HERO Prize Story by FifteenYearOId De trot Boy Hi I hi hi yelled the redskinned hunters as they came speeding over the sparkling cataract in their ten canoes Far away in the south were the squaws and old men awaiting the return of these braves with meat to last them in times of famine The Indians landed a little below the cata ract as night was almost upon them A blazing fire was made and a chunk of venison sizzled over it Aft er they had eaten they sat around the campfire smoking They were asI I fLv l 4- i Tk He Aimed at the Snakes Head silent as the night around them the hooting of an owl being the only sound that broke the silence When the fire began to get low and their pipes needed refilling one by one the red men filed into their tepees to ge restaslept well but one That was Tawko a boy on his first hunting trip The day before he had fright ened away a herd of deer through his clumsiness Makwa the chief and Tawkos father beat him for it an even Atklk his closest friend looked at him only with scorn A half hour had passed when by the dim light of rattlre glide Into his fathers tepee In a second he grabbed a gun and was running to save Makwas life H saw the rattler crawling toward th mans face Its head was already hidgun at the snakes head He knew well that if he missed fire his CrackxTawko stood there his nerves pitched to the highest tension waiting until the smoke cleared away He then fathetr was standing up looking in amazement at the snakes headless body wriggling at his feet Tawko was a hero after that Hi father praised him much and bought him a gun a much better one than he had The proud boy kept the snakes skin and it brought him much luck He seemed in years later to b e a charmed life which his tribe d clared was caused by his keeping of this skinCharles Smart in Detroit Free Press A GOOD TRICK Surprise hereseone you a steel penny hatpin a hairpin a fingering and a coin of equal weight as th ringBend the hairpin as shown in th picture Place the coin in the slot made by the bent wire and hang the How Trick Is Done ring on the hook end With a little practice you will be able to balance the articles on the end of the hatpin After you can balance them very Yell you can surprise your friends by mak ing the combination go round like a carrousel This is accomplished by gently blowing upon the ring For Memorial to John Bunyan Negotiations for the erection of a memorial to John Bunyan in Westminster Abbey supported by peers bishops statesmen and literary per sons have issued in a proposal by the dean and chapter that the tribute shall take the form of a window to be placed in the north aisle of the Ab bey The archbishop of Canterbury promises to preside over the committee Her Assistant The authoress of whom Fliegende Blatter tells had said that she was very happy in her married life I find my husband such a help she added fervently Indeed said her friend Does he cqok orwrlte v if s5r p t c 4i r j f SHINGLES AS A BUILDING MATERIAL 0 7 4 are becoming every year in general use owing to their comparative low cost and to the picturesque ef fects produced by staining We carry a large stock of cypress ce dar and spruce laths scantling and nverything in lumber to complete the largest or smallest house IIBOWLING ALLEY SMITH CSL RATLIFF Finest In the Blue Grass tBuuns NEARLY ALL UUT One Hundred and Ten Have Been Removed From Wrecked Mine Pittsburg PaDec The squeak Ing iron bucket operated in the 500 anddof the PittsburgBuffalo Coal company at Marianna Pa where a terrific explosion in the mines wrecked the uptodate elevator of the shaft and snuffed out the lives of miners to a number estimate ed from 120 up has carried to thee surface the bruised mangled and burned remains of more than 100 victims of the disaster The most reliable count of the bod ofsgenjmany more bodies would be found That a few bodies are buried under slate or other roof structure was con ceded and it may be several days before these are found But the ex ploration of the workings has beens so complete that it seems impossible that any considerable number of bodies remain in the mines Insurance Company Ousted Toledo oDec V The circuitcourt oustereGerman Fire Insurance company granted the decree of ouster which includes absolute ex clusion from the charter The court appointed Edward J Marshall and Ernest Torgler as trustees to wind companyeMayor Whitlock Speaks Kansas City Mo Dec Hert S Missourig SteandeDamage by Flood Tulsa Okla Dec The flood which is the third this year is doing much damage in the vicinity of Tul sa the Arkansas river being higher than ever before Bird creek Sand creek and the Verdigris river have all risen swept away houses bridges and fences No deaths have been re ported yet but great damage has been done to oil fields farm lands and railroadsRace Riots Resumed Prague Bohemia Dec iTheIracial riots in this city have sumed the Czechs and Germans com ing into conflict in various quarters The police cleared the streets with swords and bayonets many persons being Injured Stockyards Reopened Buffalo N Y Dec v Under the closest restrictions the East Buffalo stockyards which had been closed because of the foot and mouth dis ease among cattle has resumed busi ness Seven Hundred Reported Drowned Chefoo China Dec i Two Japanese steamships collided off this port Details of the accident are lack Ing but it is reported that 700 per sons have been drowned Trees Affected by Sulphurous Acid It has been established by experi ment that trees and plants suffer from tho action of sulphurous acid such as is thrown off in burning bituminous coal when the percentage in the air exceeds 003 per cent and there is high degree of humidity especially under foggy conditions When the weather is clear and dry or when there is actual rain deleteri ous effects are much less noticeable Gave Their Lives to Their Work Napoleon became the worlds great tst soldier because he loved the tent ed field and made soldiering a sci ence Gladstone was regarded as theI greatest statesman of ancient or ern times and his success in this di rection lay in the fact that politics was the hobby of his life he was In love with his work hence he made it f 3 19P Hot Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY but we want YOU to come alsothen you willsay it too Noth ing go invigorating and Iwarming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Cof i fee at our fountain Martin Cook Drug Company 1 Lt RUFUS RASTUS JOHNSTON BROWN WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN GUARgI- ysr j I oHl BUY A HEATER F- ROMI3USH r ON THE CORNER To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0as we have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I am sure our quick serviceIand politeness will you back The quickest service can only be had by direct wires J Office BrownProctoriaBOTH Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager Dangerous doubt The woman who thinks no othe woman is to be trusted seldom su ceeds in raising herself above suspIcion t i rJ j y v 7 r1 J ayw c r IN 1 sw YOU is- t UP JAGAINST 1T ff Ill a hard hrcablemif to save a few dollar ni try to get handsome interior tlood work out of inferi or lumber Thecarefully selec hardwoodvwe supply for this part part o- fIIIj house construction will be a scource of gratification to you the longest day you live Yourt satisfaction will not be lessened by our pricing You Cannot Answer These Questions I 1 I IVVhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofa faucet3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio RiverII 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 61s it not true that the an 1lackand indifference to getting the most out of lifer C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all about it Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are FROM GARRET to Cellar you need andnw e can supply it Our a present assortment eludes many attract ivy piecesof FINE FURNITURE suited to every room in the house Our stock is always complete e alwaysit n e WONT YOU LET US SHOW IT TO YOU 1 The Winn Furniture Co r An Advance for Winchester have just installed m great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which ve are now prepared Vt furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat ami power for fans androther motors Let us give you estimate on this andall sorts of electric lighting Remember that electric hunt is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready Vl furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Co r INCORPORATED f 0 W P HACKETT GENL MGR P SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well ns Summer I Jf r HEATERS nnnnnninn i We are making a SPECIAL SPLICE now on Garland Heaters and Cook Stoves 950 Heater to close out 8OTHERS IN PROPORTION ranjs Co 30 N Main St Winchester Ky I Subscribe For The News Advertise in The News i i j i t V 0 4 r2 f t ru Jy rtr Ir 1 i v Jit w rhr ff I T 0 f ts P thFour 1W THE WINCHESTER NEWSs1 HE WINCHESTER NEWS An inHependent Newspaper Published bwi The Winchester News CoCr ti IncorporatedR f Office South Main Street KentuckyrC Daily Except Sunday JEntered at the Winchester Post Of Ik rV See as mail matter of the crassir t SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 52 Om sv eekr 10 payable at office or to collector viJiYery week it toMail Deliverya 02iyeari3GOi Six months 151 25IPayable in advance J ADVERTISING RATES DiSDlay Per Inch One timeany edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 10 c One calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 3our weeks three times a week 180 Pour weekfe two times a week 120 x Pour weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts 3 mouths 10per cent 6 months 25 per cent oiie year 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line f Basiness notices body type 7 k Pure reading news headings 15 i New Phone No 91 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1903 1 A DESIRABLE REFORM Gov Willson expresses a deter nination to establish new and bet r ter ystem of keeping track of thc States accounts He is moved t JinlsrefBooe which went so long undiscov j tr d The Booe ease assuredly demon strates the need ofa change from resent methods It is a matter worthy of long and serious thought 4the Governor and of elaborate planning to make a repetition of such iejiavior by a trusted employe im possible That the Governor intends to reform f the existing system is most vcommendable He cannot make h improvements too soon r 4ywLk CIVIL SERVICE All outrthclass postmasters iny 1 the States East JJfthe Mississippi and North of the Ohio liver were yes terday placed in the classified ser ice by an order of President Roose Tt Hereafter all the appointees to fourthclass postmasters in those tStes must undergo a civil service examination Postmasters now holding office will loot take the examinations This ap jxlies to Maine New Hampshire Ver JDont Massachusetts Rhode dily Connecticut New York New Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Illinois Wisconsin and MichiganI i The order of the President is the h most severe blow at the patrona it of Congressmen that has been deli ered in years It is bound to provoke v r tremendous Republican opposition in i Congress as the selection of postmasters v was about all the patrona e members of Congress had left I1 order will be extended to include oth er States if found to work well JtiOle than15JOGG fourthclass C postmasters are affected by the or der distributed by States as followstom i Maine 893 New Hampshire 414 Vrmont3D5 Massachusetts 550 j Rode Island 100 Connecticut 287 i NewT ork 2301 New Jersey 630 7Vjennsyiva iia 3388 Ohio 1693 In aann 1084 Illinois 1505 Wiscon sinylOOSand Michigan 1234jo t x c Another executive1 order of the timrej Nautnorftes the Postoffice Depart iment to fill vacancies in fourthclass Jl postmjvRtersliips withincivilerv i examination until the Civil Service Commission shall certify to the de T prtinellt that it is able to hold exit aminations and make certification nl r to such positions This was neces r ysary bemuse time is required befo J 5a any position can be filledvby examiu- V 9rtsan an certification from the ConrV r r mission r Fr i THe action of the President has long been contemplated but uptpIt t I f fu zcfl ithheid1rr1t1Ce f r i r f 9 r t f itk + I difficulty in c dutlngthe examin l 1astthey arefully capable of handling this class of work The section included within the order was selected because the depart oicnt has experienced less difficulty nsfor the rural car rier service than elsewhere Itis howl ever stated at the department that the Presidents order was the be a policy to eventually in iflade postoffices where the sal ry is less than 1000 in the clas Wed service la11Te should have a civil service law r in Kentucky It is time that such aw which has been found to work Veil in the Federal service and which has been constantly extended should w applied here This yoar the m cloves of the State penitentiary were axed 5000 for campaign purposes Ireadful tales are told Of the treat neat of prisoners at Frankfon The an tiro public service of the State should be placed oil a higher plane FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce BENTONcas a candidate for Circuit Jiuljre for the Twentyfifth Judicial Di trift composed of Clark Powell Jessa mine and Madison counties subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authrri7ed to annonnco i J SMITH HAYS as a candidate for Circuit Judge for Districtocomposed e a mine and Madison counties subject to the action of the Democratic parr ty HERE MR FARMERI What President Roosevelt Wants the Wants the Country Life Com 7 mission to Find Out From You 1 Have you a good warm house 1 Have your neighbors the same 2 When youi boys and girls ietart dowii the road to school these mornings are you sure they are be1 ing educated so that they will b a satisfied with farm life 3 Do you and your neighbors get enItitledmen an the trolley line men treat you 7Is our telenhone s rvcealll right Have you any kicks on the mailman 6 Do your wife and you chip in with the neighbors on buying and selling deals 1 7That about that fellow in ou neighborhood that rents his farm Is he making a go of H 8 Is it hard to find farm hands 9 Hows your hired man 1 Hap Does he sit inwith the fam Isnt there something all far mers could do to make the hired ma happier 10 Do you and your neighbor know the banker and can you bor aerow money in a pinch 1 barnvardvle your 7 clean What do the farmers think ofa neighbor who keeps a dirty yard I 12 And your wife Does slid meetiLwomen there any society at all in your com munity 13 What is the thine that would make the greatest improvement in country Jife1 MEDICINE THAT IS MEDICINE I have suffered a good dealwith malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that keens me well and that remedy i Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver trots bleb and for run down conditions savs W C Kiestleiof Hallidav Ark Electric Bitters purify sad en rich the hloodr tone tip the nerves thcee money if it fails to help yourOc at Phil lips Drug store BOY KILLED BY TRAIN 2reLeslie Bailey aged fourteen dears while trying to boarda moving freight train near Stepsione ICy fell under a car and had both4 e cut oil He diedanliour later THE NEWS by mail 3a year ixEr L IPAC1FIGPOUCYIS America and Ja anDecI ar Intentions r TO MAINTAIN STATUS QUO Both Desire Peaceful Development o Their Commerce and Agree to Re spect Each Others Territorial Pos sessions Determined to Preserve Common Interests of All Powers by Maintaining Independence and In tegrity of China Washington Dec 2The notes ex changed between the United State and Japan declaring their policy in the far east which have been the subject of correspondence between Secretary of State Root and Ambassador TakaltIra for some months were made public at the state depart went Accompanying the declaration n are two letters one from Mr Taka hira and one from Mr Root the fo r mer expressing the belief that a frank avowal of the aim policy and intention of the two countries in the Pacific would not only tend to strengthen the relations of ship and good neighborhood the two nations but would materially contribute to the preservation of the declaiiingunderstanding is welcome to the gov ernment of the United States In explicit terms the five notes are as follows 1 It is the wish of the two governments to encourage the free and peaceful development of their com merce on the Pacific ocean 2 The policy of both govern aggresIand to the defense of the principle of equal opportunity for commerce an industry in China 3 They are accordingly firmly resolved reciprocally to respect the territorial possessions belonging each o other in said region 4 They are also determined to preserve the common interests of all powers in China by supporting by all pacific means at their disposal of the Chininity for commerce and industry of all nations in that empire threatleuingscribed or the principle of equal op portunity as above defined itre toIder to arrive at an understanding as to what measures they may consider it useful to take stateIwere simply a reaffirmation of what was declared by the two govern ments years ago It was something like a transaction between trusted friends Recoveredinumerous boats have patrolled an searched the bay from the Golden Gate to Hunters Point and the officers of the ferryboats and other Graf- Nero asked to keep la sharp lookout the body of Chief of Police thnand is believe- to have fallen overboard while r turning to this city from Belvidere has not been recovered SOCIAL WORKERS PRAISED Retiring President Addresses Womens Meeting Cincinnati 0 Dec 2The value to the present age of the good social worker was the keynote of the ad RosenbergS of the national council of Jewish women at the triennial meeting in the Avon- dale temple in this city Religion and philanthropy are phases she said and outgrowths of the same impulse This is the age for the social worker Scientific research is being made into all phases of existence and expert knowledge is being brought to bear on the complex problems of existence we are facing with the view to coordinating this humansIy Posse Searches For Murderers Lexington Ky Dec 1A sheriffs posse is searching the mountains In Laurel county for William Tyree and Robert Barnes who are charged with the murder of William Barnes and muir vas a g family feud betweenthe Whitaker Mize and Barnes families in whit many people have been slain on both sides Farmers Wife Inherits Fortune Akron 0 Dec 2The chance thPe ning a farmers wife of Loyal Oh k onethirs3 an consisting of 300 acres of farm land near Ced RapuTs Ia7 v V aTJ tit r rr i t VOMANKILL5DAUGTffi After Desperate Struggle She Ends dIwoma who registered as Mrs Schmitt Hot Springs Ark committed suicide at a local hotel by swallowing carbolic administerede he daughter aged 7 Mrs Schmitt was 35 years old and neatly dressed had e deposited jewels valued at 50 with the Clerk Among the effects cf insurancetesa Errington and payable to Nicolas Errington Toronto Canada a paper with the name M P fErrinSton and the address 242 Schil ler street Chicago and 620 in moneyS Wife of Chicago Man Chicago Dec 2 Nicholas P Er rington 242 Schiller street this city when informed of the Memphis occurrence said that the woman must have been his wife Theresa Lere Errington There must be som mistake said heliMy wife wool not commit suicide Our married life has been happy With the little girl Theresa she was going to Hot Springs where I was to have joined them CANNONS FRIENDS SAY JOB IS SAFE PunII on SpeaKershjp Washington Dec 2 Friends of Speaker Cannon profess to be highly pleased with the responses to letters which Representative James R Mann of Chicago has been sending to the members announcing that the Illinois delegation will present the name of Joseph G Cannon for speaker of the Sixtyfirst congress They state that these answers assure the reelection of the speaker Representative Mann admitted that he had received unequivocal answers tthe they would support Mr Cannon Th number has not yet reached a m jority of the house Mr Mann e plained that a number principa y new members had written that they desired look over the situation and investigate the subject more thoroughly before replying in a way th might be considered as a pledge is said that only one member of the house has replied that he will oppo the reelection of Mr Cannon as speaker Trackman Prevents Wreck Peoria Ill Dec 2 An attempt was made to wreck the Toledo Peoria Western passenger train be tween Effener and Sheldon stations H Rapmore a trackman on a speed er was ditched at the prospective point of the wreck and after recd ering his equilibrium ran back an jkflagged the heavy passenger train over 60f passengers aboard in ti to avoid a disastrous wreck An investigation showed that spikes had been removed and the rails spread WORK LIKE BEAVERS SecdPine Bluff Ark Dec 2While Presidetto cut through government levee and ArkanseaS anda mewark strengthening already crumbling banks until the crest of a 16foot rise passes this point probably tonight in an effort to prevent anoverfio destructionh of sands of dollars and possibly loss life Whether their efforts will be successful is problematical Standard Employe Is Missing Lisbon 0 Dec 2John I Scott superintendent of construction war of the Standard Oil company on a new pipe line being built Darligton and Beaver Fall Pa missing and foul play is feared When last seen he had 6000 witn which he intended paying 160 wbrk men Nothing has been seen of him for a week INTf URBAN CAR WRECKED Ohio Man Fatally and Ten Others Seriously Injured Union City Ind Dec 2Al Frey of Darke county Ohio was fatally hurt and ten other persons seriously injured as the result of an interurban wreck on the Indiana Union line near Arcanum The interurba car while traveling at a high rate speed jumped the track ami turned on its side A broken axle isallege Freyhburns from redhot coals from t stove Drives Into Lake and Drowns Youngstown O Dec 2 Driving along a country road in inky dark ness Leroy Brest 30 of Mercer Pa with his wagon ami team of horse plunged off a high embankment into the lake at Stfutlers He wa 1Steet j C tiYi Something New o Something Swell a- I frrrra aOVRLINE 0 F- GUPTILL SLIPPERS 0WillArrive THis WeeK We vilL have the latest in Colonial Pumps Ankle Ties and Straps Black and Tan uedes Patent Leather and Black Kids For the Ball Party and House we will have just what you want I I P11ILLIPSd Do Men Read Advertisements Read Tills One at Any Rate I THIS COUPONCut out and presented to us is good for 5Oc on a Cash Purchase Mens 500 Shoes nfh mood Vrtil nDec l WeEo Not Reserve Anij 5 Shoe in our storeiIr tt11 88t 1 The Shoe Man ILIalliscoalais goes farthest 4 makes most heat leaves very litt o ash and costs no more per ton ihm wpoorer grades We deliver it t janypart of the city Full weight usItTheWINNMARTINCOALSSUPPLYCO seixcoxroxeTSa COST COSTI Beginning Saturday December 5th p ir lulemeYou must have these things within the next 30 days thematmecost We have everything used on the farm x McCcrd Tracy McCormick Howen x r IS HERE f To Reduce an Excessive Stock garmentswatlstesterlingGOSSARDofwas designed by the famous French artist Parisby QF andthedesigner thoIof the direcloirc styles They are fitted on scientific principles kand not only give the wearer beautiful lines they are perfectly comfortable and ab recommendedby corsetigdoubtedljrwill be the first and last opportunity to buy a GOSSARD corset at a reduced price tWe urge every woman in this vicinity to take advantage of this sale 6llsfBrd ict it i a If 7 ryItce Front t F f Ot O obtainablen I t II 9 to secure high grade Gossard Corsets for leSs ofthan 55 each n tJedamadmostcomplete Gossard Corsets lace In front They are the most perfect corsets made and this Is an garmentd exercised in selling Gossard heCorsets at regular prices This undoubtedly will be the only opportunity offered to possess j totake a This Great Corset Sale is Now in Progress at the BrownProetoria Winchester f pVTISI ITF 1tmJfCNE4WSi r l F ti 1 is r if r aJ ct h f 1 f THE WINCHESTER MEWSt t Page live If Jet t BodIrTYT1 d r Bird Dinner Mr and Mrs Wntodgkiuenter F tinned with a most delightful bird dinner Tuesday evening at their j home on South Main The table a was beautifully decorated in red carnatio nimd smilax Among those present were Mr and Mrs John M Hodgkin Mr and Mrs Joe R Martin and Mr and Mrs J H MacNeill r ins Daughters Bazaar De ember 10 = vrA Me chant of Venice December 14i rsKissengerRedmon JMr Grinstead Kissenger and Miss jtiiicy Redmon went to Cincinnati rt Monday where they were quietly marriedMrs Kiesengei is a daughter of Mr William Redmon and is quite an attractive and popular young lad Y while the groom is highly re respected by ally S HoskinsThomson- Mr Clay Hoskins of Montgomery county and Miss May Thomson 1tpn4 lint friends invited iV r ff Euchre and Fortytwo hostteas fotsthe Euchre and Forty two Clubs Thursday afternoon and eve ping J At Home invitations have been issued by Mrs William R Thomas and Thomas for an At Home MissI emIberMaple street t 41rInformal Enteritainment Garrett entertained a few friends informally Saturday evening in honor of her guests Misses Shockincy Stevens and Colilege who were here for the Thanks giving holidays and Misses Alice and Owen Porter and Ruth Tucker During the evening an elegant lunch was served e f x I Bishop Ashbrook The marriage of Miss Frances Bishop of Cynthiana to Mr Sam uel J Ashbrook of this city was solemnized Tuesday evening at 8 oclock at the handsome home of i the Brides parents Mr ant Mrs Russell V Bishop on Clinton streefcjxin Cynthiana The wedding was an event in the social history of that city The attractive home with its large old halls and rooms lends itself well for decorating and all the appointments were carried out with exquisite taste Before the double windows AjTthe front drawing zoom a beau tiful altar of smilax and plants made lovely setting for the bridal party Falline over the curtains were trailing vines of smilax whit also fringed the archways and chandeliers On each side Cathedral candles burned in dull brass candlesticks placed on tall pedestals As the guests gathered a program pf wedding Music was played by Saxton and Trosts orchestra The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin announced the bridal procession which came slowly down the stair Tvay through the hall and into the drawing rooms to the altar First came the brides sister Miss Amy Russel Bishop and Miss Lucille Am merman carrying tall white staffs tied with immense bows of whiter ribbon then the officatiug minister Rev E L Southgate followed by the groom attended by his brother Mr Cyrus Ashbrook of Lexington then came the Maid of Honor Miss Bird Wells in an exquisite gown of pink silk mnssaline carfying white chrysanthemums Preceding the bride who entered with her father wss the ring bearer beautiful little Belei Dednjan in a fluffy dress of muslin and lace After the ceremony Mendelssohns Wedding March wa played and congratula r tions followed Cynthiaanas most wasbnever lovelier than in b exquisite Yf wedding gown of white satin mes 4 saline over taffeta with Duchess laces C tl li OIt v bertha Her tl111eveil was fastened in her hair with lillies of the valley and she carried a shower bouquet of roses and lillies In the dining room the table was covered with lacy over pink and was beautiful with festoons of smi lax and white chrysanthemums a huge wedding cake heart shaped bon bon dishes and pink shaded can dIes Individual ices and heart shaped cakes were served Mr and Mrs Ashbrook left on the 10 oclock train for Lexington and thence to this city where they will make their home The out of town guests were Mrs Margaret Arm strong Mrs W B Thune Mrs J W Utter of Cincinnati Mrs J K Hart Mr Arnold Hart of Flem ingsburg Mr and Mrs John Viley Mr and Mrs G A Brooks Mrs Carrie Bucnner Miss Susan Buck ner Mr and Mrs Edward Clark Mi and Mrs Vetter Mr Will Duty of Winchester and Mr and Mrs T W Allen of Paris i PERSONALS Mr Allen Burris of Colorado SpIings is here on business Mr William L Yerkes of Paris was a visitor in town Monday and Tuesday Albert Vivion is building a cot tage on the corner of Calloway and Alabama streets V Bloomfield left this morning for Chicago to buy his holiday g oods Mr A J Earp the photographer is in Millersburg today to make pictures for the Millarsburg Mili tary Institute sudIMr Robert Scobee was in Lexington Tuesday Mrs Ben Cockrell and Miss Anna Cockrell of Mt Sterling visited relatives here this week Mr W P Hackett of Dudley is attending the meeting at the Bap tist church here Miss Sallie Eaton is quite ill of pneumoniaDr Stubblefield was in Mt Sterling Wednesday Miss Lulu Gibson of Lexington is the attractive guest of relatives here Miss Daisy Day of Hazel Green is the attractive guest of Miss hold en Dav Mr and Mrs M J Toohev of Harrodsburg are here for a few daysMrs John L Bosley is in Paris for a few days Mr A Gnadinger of Cynthiana is a visitor in town Messrs J W Rupard and John Lawrence Guy are visiting relatives in Madison county Miss Emma Mae Guy is the guest of relatives in Richmond and Berea Mr Lewis Linville has returnea home after a pleasant visit with friends in Lexington Miss Etta Belle Linville has re turned home after a delightful visit with Misses Alma and Jennie Ru tard Mrs Richard Steele has moved from Pine Grove into town for the winterMrs W R Thomas and Miss Ethel Thomas spent Tuesday in Lexington Mrs E S Jouett is spending a few days in Lexington Mr Joe OBrien was in Lexington Tuesday lINGS DAUGHTERS BAZAAR The Kings Daughters will hold their annual Bazaar on December 10 in the vacant store next to the Winn Furniture Company DonT fail to give them a call You can get what you want and aid a good cause at the same time 121 St J IlDAISYS j ljesh candies KidwelPs f r 1222L CHARGED WITH MOONSHINlNG OWTNGSVILLE Ky Dec 2 Deputy United States Marshal San Jackson yesterdify arrested John V Knox in Rowan countyfor mpon shining Jackson captured ja still an Knoxs house several months ago which had pipes leading ie1wate from pon a mountain into his kitr chem I c i v f i X sa c T ilRO CAHDHMAY RUN FOR LEGISLATURE Educational Rally HeldinMtSter lingBluegrass Seed For N Germany MT STERLING Ky Dee 2 The race for the Democratic nomination for Representative from the MenifeeMontgoiriery district has be gun to warm un and already two candidates are in the field both from Menifce as under the rule it is that countys time to name the candidate The asTJirants are C C Gose of the Mariba precinct and C F Ringo of the Rothwell precinct It is said that both candidates are in favor of the County Unit bill and will support its passage before the next General Assembly There will be no can cli countyIProfs E C McDougle and J A KentuckyNormal to a good sized audience Monday churchbalong educational lines Bluegrass Seed For Germany Mr L F Tabb seed dealer of this city sold and shipped yesterday a carloadof bluegrass seed Jo New York The seed goes to parties in Germany Tins seed was cleaned am brought a high figure and an effort will be made to grow it in that country WOMANS CLUB IS TO HAVE TOWN CLEANED Council of Richmond Backs Ladies Who Shall See That Dirt is Removed RICHMOND Ky Dec 2The health department of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs under the leadership of Mrs Thomas J Smith and Mrs Ben L Banks of Richmondurged the seventy Feder ated Clubs of Kentucky to sell the Red Cross Christmas Stamps inc1 thus aid in the crusade tuDbercu1ofis- That the Kentucky Federation Club of this city is determined to do everything in its power to put a stop to the spread of the white plague way brought to light when it was learned that this energetic body of women made plans by which in the course of another week they will begin wag ing war on the filth of thp town Racked bv the members oP ie city council the leaders of the Women Club with an army composed tf nun and boys will clean the town from ope end to the other including every street and alleyway of all the filth and garbage than can possibly be located LEXINGTON WINS THE- BROOM BALL GAME League is Formed of All Skating Rinks in Central Kentucky Towns The first game of Broom Ball to be played in the Broom Ball and Polo League that was formed some time ago by the managers and owners of the leading rinks in Central Kentucky was played in Lexington Tuesday night between the tpam from Lexing ton and Maysville It resulted in a victory for Lxeington The game will not count in the awarding of the pennant at the close of the Season as it was only played as an exhibition game Representatives from Winchester Nicholasville and other towns that are in the league were present to see the game played Winchester was represented by D B SCobee manager of the Aud itorium and several of the men will play on the Winchester team The game is a very interesting oue and was witnessed by a large crowd The first game to be played here will be played the first of next week between Winchester and Nieholasville SALARY ASKED BY JUDGE BENTON Judge Benton has urged the in crease of the salary of Circuit Judges pf this State from 3000 to 5000 per year He says he cannot pay the expenses of his family and hold tug his courts on 3000 per year He has been before the two last Legislatures asking this increase If the increase is granted it will add 70 000 to the taxes of the people of tile State per year Could you ever re NovN t REMEMBER We sell for SPOT CASH save the difference at our place Thais all C RUMPBIIIESYJl303t Y 1 r 7r- E BARGAINS t I I German Fleeced Blankets 104 To Close our loc Straw size regular 75c kind at per 9catper yard 11e pair v Mens Heavy Fleeced Shirts and ty German Fleeced Blankets 114 Drawers all sizes 50c grade c1 gesize PaiV regularl50kindat per 9geat per garment d g Heavy Comforts 100 kindat per patre f t achyra Hose Blue kindExtra at 1geI both sides Men s HV Work Shoesfancy covering 151 115each vtJC worth nov TanOuting t1 1 71 in check s and 1 20Jr31patternsPair Ladies Tan SHoes Lace LJJ worth 30O to Close Out lVO Big Reduction on Missess and Childrens Shoes We are offering ourI 750 Ladies Cloaksfor 450 I All our 10 Ladies Cloaks for 7 Our 1500 Cloaks fQr998 Special Boys Corduroy Knee Pants at 38cSipes f xttotheuIOdig CoI A oFehLfl ALL LEADING MAGAZINES AN- DWEEKLY PAPERS SUBSCRIBE NOW If you have not yet renewed your old subscription do it immediately so as to lose no numbers- I can meet any price quoted by any agency Call or write for my New Catalogue 8Ii PHILLIPS TURKISH TOBACCOWAS SUCCESS Experiment of Growing it in Kentucky Results in Failure LEXINGTON Ky Dee 2Tile suggestion made to Gov Willson in a letter from a New York cigarette manufacturer that Turkish tobacco worth 1a pound could be grown successfully in Kentucky and would mean millions to the tobacco growers of Kentucky is not received with fn vor here in Fayette county where the experiment was tried nuder favorable conditions two years ago and pronounced a failure The experi ment was made under the direction of F R Toewater manager of the American Tobacco Company on the farm of R M Squires near Chiles burg this county The stalks grew about five feet high but the leaves were not much larger than a man hand and ofsuch an inferior qual ity that Mr Toewater pronounced th experiment a failure and produced not worth a cent Since then no further test has been made THIS IS WORTH READING Leo F Zelinsla of 68 Gibson st Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklens Arnica Salve lap plied this salve once a day for two days when every trace of the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantees at Phillips drugstore 25c v COUNTRY STORE IS ROBBBED SHARPSBURG Kyv Dec 2The store of A B Sclimif at Moores Ferry this county was robbed Mon day night Besides taking 0 in cash the rhieves helped themselves to knives pistols shoes etc Blood hounds from Mt Sterling were taken to the scene and the guilty ones were trailed two miles to the Liokinjr river Avhe e they evidently got intskiff and escaped itH theIr booty TEe hounds tricked tHe thieves fron t inside the store throughva window where they must have entered going ulrect to the river O rdl4 ii 4 6 t y rifl11ft iJ r i I I DO IT NOW IE l NOW IS THE TIME TO I ORDER YOUR ENGRAVED f CARDSFORCHRISTMASI t DO IT NONA C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician W VV MaAM1WM MM r ARTIS iRBULL IIC I ANNOUNCESc F that they have on hand the finest stock of r Tailor Mad Suits tt FOR WOMEN AND MISSES r J p 1 YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITED LtArtis TurnbulL BaseballThe fans have had their politicians theirs r i Seasons and now comes our turn P d tialTHE HOLIDAYS reSl en how los PrElec4onthey are It is Just the right time for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full of New CHRISTMAS Goods Ve are readYIts your 4 Come be the first to make t lyour selection Avoid the rush J BALDWIN BROSJEWELERSANDOPTIGINSi 1 i iL i J F l d J Yf t I Jf t 1 J iif i r 4 Yw f t rk v tirZr Six I l THE WINCHESTER NEWS tr2 r t fgffiill lJU f n rI7I XJ- r Cla Y 1l1r 2ISizrrzor J P11L- JrfTA r f 4 tt t 7 7Ty7r CHAPTER XIJ Luella Knapp Tws women rose to greet me as I i the room Goaii evening said the elder wom asuieKiag out her hand You havefl t motiteeteti us for a long time There v area something of reproach as well as in the voice TF C I replied adjusting my man sac aye elj to her I have been very irari IRar sy How provoking of you to ao You should never be too busy ItaMIs the commands of the ladies j 311 is why I am heretI inter JJpiLJ with my best bow But she CMtiraed without noting it ZaeeHa wagered with me that you arrid make that excuse I expected jaaiiMiliig more original am very sorry I said with a TclctSMa of the bantering air she had teaU indeed exclaimed the young r unman to whom my eyes had Sanei as Mrs Knapp spoke her name Jvery unkind of you to say so iefi I have just won a pair of gloves Iby SL Good evening to you And ate Staid out her hand at ms with a strong effort that I leejlt asy selfpossession as for the Jtarit time 1 clasped the hand of Luella Was ft the thrill of her touch the ire l her eye or the magnetism JOf1Mr presence that set my pulses beHSsg to a new measure and gav- eaTIrit a breath from a new world Ttfbtt ever the case as 1 looked into The dearcut face and the frank gray eyes el the woman before me I was snregt by a flood of emotion that was hear overpowering my selfcontrol- a mastered the emotion in a mo I r aaosft sod took the seat to which she 1lH waved me 1 ires puzzled a little at the tone in aicb she addressed me There was a suggestion of resentment in her man nerthat grew on me as we talked Cax 1 describe her Of what use to tiyS She was not beautiful and pret tfsal too petty a word to apply to JjK8a Knapp Fine looking if said Trilh tie proper emphasis might give HHttL Idea of appearance for she was tU MI figure with features that were japressive in their attractiveness ugh all the conversation the 5Sea that Miss Knapp was regarding m With a hidden disapproval was i 1MIIt on me I decided that Henry 1M made some uncommon blunder r i ta Ms last visit and that I was suf ferlag1he penalty for it The admira iift 1 felt for the young woman deep aei with every sentence she spoke f 3IIi 3 was ready to do anything to re se1he good opinion that Henry sight lave endangered and in lieu of apology exerted myself to the ut gust to be agreeable 1 WaS unconscious of the flight of time ntil Mrs Knapp turned from ssstQ other guests and walked toward us Come Henry she said pointedly LiteUa is not to monopolize you all tfiCtime Resides theres Mr Inman dying to speak to her promptly hated Mr Inman withal S3j heart and felt not the slightest ojection to his demise but at her gesture of command I rose and accom II8led hrs Knapp as a young man Wit eyeglasses and a smirk came to take my place left Luella Knapp congratulating myself over my clever ness in escaping the pitfalls that lined y Way Sow Fve a chance to speak to you at last said Mrs Knapp At your service bowed I owe 3wa something 3ncfeed Mrs Knapp raised her eyebrows in surprise For your kind recommendation to 3Sr Knapp VJ My recommendation You have a little the advantage of me 1 was stricken with painful doubts l32 the cold sweat started upon me o perhaps this was not Mrs Knapp after aIL KQh perhaps you didnt mean it 3 said indeed I did if it was a recom jeadation Im afraid it was uncon- xicNs though Mr Knapp does not ctaSBlt me about his business I was in doubt no longer It was t3fcc injured pride of the wife that spoke in the tone rV Tm none the less obliged I said rclessly He assured me that he acted on your words What on earth are you doing for 3fr Knapp she asked earnestly stropping her halfbantering tone Tkere was a trace of apprehenson in her eyes v uImafraid Mr Knapp wouldntI c 1ink your recommendations were i aite justified if I should tell you Just 2Cet bins in a corner and ask him suppose it is that dreadful stock 1 anarket 4Oh madam let me say the chicken jarket There is a wonderful oppor rtwaity just now for corner in fowls t There are a good many tobeg shacked in the market that Mr Knapp irill Jcok after siie said with u smile s ttliere was something of a worried c tS rf j y t I look behind It Oh you know Henry that I cant bear the market I have seen too much of the misery that hascome from it She shuddered as she looked about her as though in fancy she saw her self turned from the palace into the streetMr Knapp is not a man to lose I said Mr Knapp Is a strong man she said with a proud straigtening of her figure But the whirlpool can suck down the strongest swimmer But I suspect Mr Knapp makes whirlpools instead of swimming into them I said meaningly- Ah Henry she said sadly how often have I told you that the best plan may come to ruin in the market It may not take much to start a bould er rolling down the mountainside but who is to tell it to stop when once it is set going I think said I smiling that Mr Knapp would ride the boulder and find himself in a gold mine at the end of the But youre not telling me what Mr Knapp is doing He can tell you better than I No doubt she said with a trace of sarcasm in her voice And here he comes to do it I ex pect I said as the tall figure of the King of the Street appeared in the doorway opposite Im afraid I shall have to depend on the newspapers she said Mr Knapp is as much afraid of a womans tongue as you are Ohshe continued after a moments pause I was going to make you give an account of your self but since you will tell nothing I must introduce you to my cousin Mrs Bowser And she led me unresist ing to a short sharpfeatured woman of sixty or thereabouts who rustled her silks and in a high thin voice professed herself charmed to see me She might have claimed and held the record as the champion of the conversational ring I had never met her equal before nor have I met one to surpass her since Had I been long in the city She had been here only a week Came from Maine way This was a dear dreadful city with such nice people and such dreadful winds wasnt it And then she gave me a catalogue of the places she had visited and the attractions of San Francisco with a wealth of de tail and a poverty of interest that was little less than marvelous Fortunately she required nothing but an occasional murmur of assent in the way of answer from me I looked across the room to the cor ner where Luellawas entertaining the insignificant Inman How vivacious and intelligent she appeared Her face and figure grew on me in attrac tiveness and I felt that 1 was being very badly used As I came to this point I was roused by the sound of two low voices that just behind me were plainly audible under the shrill treble of Mrs Bowser They were women with their heads close in gossip Shocking isnt it 1 said one Dreadful said the other It gives me the creeps to think of it Why dont they lock him up Such a creature shouldnt be allowed to go at large Oh you see maybe they cant be sure about it But Ive heard its a rase of family pride- I was recalled from this dialogue by Mrs Bowsers fan on my arm and her shrill voice in my ear with What is your idea about it Mr Wilton- I think you are perfectly right I said heartily as she paused for an an swer Then Ill arrange it with the others at once she said This was a bucket of icewater on me I had not the first idea of what I had committed myself No dont I said Wait till we have time to discuss it again s Oh we can decide on the time whenever you like Will some night week after next suit you I had to throw myself on the mercy of the enemy Im afraid Im getting rather ab sentminded I said humbly I was looking at Miss Knapp and lost the thread of the discourse for a minute Thats what I was talking about she said sharply about taking her and the rest of us through Chinatown Yes yes I remember I said un blushingly If I can get away from business Im at your service at any timeThen Mrs Bowser wandered on with the arrangements she would find necessary to make and I hoard one of the low voices behind me Now this is a profound secret you know I wouldnt have them know for the world that any one suspects I just heard it this week myself Oh I wouldnt dare breathe It to a soul said the other But Im sure I shant sleep a wink tenight And they moved away I interrupted Mrs Bowser to ex plain that I must speak to Mrs Knapp and made my escape as some one stopped to pass a word with her Oh must you go Henry said Mrs Knapp Well you must come again sopn We miss you when sour i v i f i Jy stay away Dont let Mr Knapp keep you too closely I professed myself happy to come whenever I could find the time and looked about for Luella She was nowhere to be seen I left the room a little disappointed but with swelling pride that I had passed the dreaded ordeal and had been accepted as Henry Wilton In the house in which I had feared to meet disaster My opinion of my own cleverness had ris en in the language of the market above par As I passed down the hall a taU willowy figure stepped from the shad ow of the stair My heart gave a bound of delight It was Luella Knapp I should have the pleasure ofa leave taking In private Oh Miss Knapp I said I had despaired of having the chance to bid you good night And held out my handShe ignored the hand I could see from her heaving bosom and shortened breath that she was laboring under great agitation Yet her face gave no evidence of the effort that It cost her to controlherself I was waiting for you she said in a low voice- I started to express my satisfaction when she interrupted me Who are you brokefrom her lips almost fiercely I was completely taken aback and stared at her in amazement with no word at command You are not Henry TVIlton she said rapidly You have come here r I p ti a 1 1ii1t with his name and his clothes and made up to look like him and you try to use his voice and take his place Who are you x There was a depth of scorn and anger and apprehension in that low voice of hers that struck me dumb Can you not answer she demanded catching her breath with ex citement Y uare not Henry Wil ton Well I said halfinquiringly It was not safe to advance or retreat Well well She repeated my answer with indignation and disdain deepening in her voice Is that all you have to say for yourself What should I say I replied quiet ly You make an assertion Is there anything more to be said Oh you may laugh at me if you please because you can hoodwink the othersI that laughter was the last thing I was thinking of at the momentThen she burst out impetuously Oh if I were only a man No if I were a man I should be hoodwinked like the rest But you can not de ceive me Who are you What are you here for What are you trying to do Hertonethe scale but every word that came in that smooth low voice was heavy with contempt and anger It was the true daughter of the Wolf who stood before me I am afraid Miss Knapp you are not well tonight I said soothingly What have you done with Henry Wilton she asked fiercely Dont try to speak with his voice Drop your disguise You are no actor You are no more like him than Satyr or Hyperion I quoted bitter ly Make it strong please- I had thought myself in a tight place in the row at Bortons but it was nothing to this encounter Oh where is he What has hap pened she cried Nothing has happened I said calmly determined at last to brazen it out I could not tell her the truth My name is Henry Wilton She looked at me in anger a mo ment and then a shadow of dread and despair settled over her face- I was tempted beyond measure to throw myself on her mercy and tell all The subtle sympathy that she in spired was softening my resolution Yet as I looked into her eyes her face hardened and her wrath blazed forth once more Go she said I hope I may never see you again And she turned and ran swiftly up the stair I thought I heard a sob but whether of anger or sorrow I knew not And I went out into the night with- a heavier load of depression than I had bone since I entered the city To be continued IF1- Yoi WANT a cook Yui WANT a situation You WANT help Yoi WANT to sell You WANT to buy Use the classified v column of rffT rA i v fj tN a tJ tL J LOOK HERE Ware neither going out of business nor do we contemplate any We are on the corner to sell you Reliable Merchan timeBy quantity of IT Quart Dish Paris whilethey 50 Cents Each4 I andarei Get One Now Tliey Wont Last Long GRLJBBS BENTON On the Corner 1 t 1 l ltr ib1 1 AAlTi J The Capitol of the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Doesnt this seem to show that it would be a good paint for you to use Send for Sample Cards Baber Reeves- No 9 E Broadway J Rawlins Storew- ants to sell you your Lard Cans Meat Grinders Butcher Knives Also yo- urHusking Gloves Come to see me T C RAWLINS WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M s 6c H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan it Murphys Store opp Court House CALL ON NELSONThe Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 339a Potted Strawberries At this season of the year there are always a number of inquiries with re gard to potted strawberry plants The idea is that extra strong plants can be grown by plunging pots into the ground and setting the young plants Into these while still attached to the mother plants These potted nurslings are then transplanted to permanent beds in August or September and are expected to yield a crop the following year Practically one year is thus saved in the production of a straw berry crop The value of this method can be pretty accurately set forth in a dozen words It is interesting play for amateur gardeners but has no stand ing in commercial strawberry culture It Is never undertaken on a commercial scale But in small gardens where the fun of growing things is equal to the market price of the produce fall planted potted strawberry plants may be cordially recommended These facts account for the annual appearance of the potted plant fever in the amateur horticultural journals The scheme is suited perfectly to those who have not yet progressed beyond the reading of such magazines Un fortunately however these amateur horticultural periodicals very i warn their credulous readers that theIIdea is of no commercial value and from year to year along with a small crop of strawberries there flourishes a large crop of needless disappointment The Gamolers Prayer I hay met men connected with the turf who were evidently men 01 prayer earnest intense and unceas jnethissaid Canon Horsley in a address on HnrheracluLonaion DallY Mail JlrA c t t r f Y jffH a t Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000This bank began business less than three years ago depresionourdepositors fjj enroll new names every week We want yours You are coiiialvv united to open an account withus Personal attenioa to all business J M HlbGKIN Cashier J L BROw President L B COCKRELL Vice President CapitalloooooUndivided Profits 160000 THE jl Wiocheter4BauKWINCHESTER N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashier rHE Olark County National Bank MAIN STREET fuinshesCen Kentatfty Capital 92OOOOO Surplus 100000Undivided Profits38000 JWOrganlxed 18C5 being the oldest Bans in theultT Collections made on all points and your ar jonnts solicited r I Gra ForII KodaksI III1 THE STORE OF QUALITY I S Both =546J iSaS 190STi- BESTIflSHllCEISTIIECHaPEST F you are not insured Find our office at onceIWRite or phone for rates and terms Efore n see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY SiwfJSM Building Beth Phones 71 tj L I r y 1 r a I c i s HAC3AIM r AS AND ASOLINEnqines t SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES t IIAAN OAS ENGINE 8 MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY SEE GILBERT BOTTO FOR Fresh Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK f PROFESSIONAL CARDS a JOUETT L JOUETTIAttorneys At Law y Winchester Kyi d it J H STE aaSONtiAttorney At Law 1fti 60 S Main Si WinchesterKy i BECKNER BECKNER tjc Attorneys At Law Winchester KyR PENDLETON EIJ H BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St inches tr Ky DR W C WORTHINGTON j Office hoUrs 10 to 12 a m 2 to 32r pm and 7 to 8 p m Y New phone 432 Residence 633c p SIN slain St Winchester yr Conkwright Transfer and ceCo and Fur Jnture NO 19 North Main Street Both FfeeiM y 5 alr t 7ri J t w rI 1 r Ht f x i i THE WINCHESTER NEWSPageSera tCLEAN UP NECESSARY t ANNUAL TURNOVER AN IMPOR if TANT OCCASION if lf lrily to Get Rid of Useless Odds and Ends the Time Devoted iJ i to Furbishing is Well Spent There is nothing in connection with household economies that is of more ventilationHousekeepers in the City scorn the country womans custom of a general upheaval every spring and fall but a little thought convinces that the coun- trY Woman has the right of it The Housemaids daily efforts even where they are supplemented by the service ofa charwoman are not really suf ficient because at best they are never altogether thorough Then too we all know how rapidly useless things clutter up a place Nothing short of the regulation semiannual cleaning seems to give the impetus necessary to get at them It is a mistake to hoard halfworn things Convenience isso often sacri ficed to sentiment Mother hates to part with Willies first pair of trousers or the cunning little pinafore that belonged to Mary Janes baby but these things take up spaceoften where space is at a premium Where a house or an apartment has been closed in the summer time gen eral renovation is a necessity When housecleaning is pursued systematic allyif the term may be applied to Anything in itself so disrupting halt the labor of it is eliminated But it is unwise to leave the work entirely in the hands of a servant If the careful housewife does not as many of them doput on cap and apron she at least supervises the process This is the way in which one wom an achieves sanitation Hers is a but inIdomestic affairs Never by any chance does she permit spring and fall to pass without the housecleaning the country woman believes in Incident notealithough it is not wholly there has not been a case of illness in the house for several years In the beginning boxes and trunks are looked after Everything not of recognizable value is disposed of Each rom is subjected to a thorough fumi ation The following morning windows are thrown open and the house is aired By this method not only are flies mosquitoes and roaches destroy fromIIt is a precaution that is well worth the trouble Now begins the real process of cleaningthe drudgery The place Is swept first with a broom and then 5Swith a dry mop slightly dampened in ammonia water When the little dust that remains has settled all wood sur faces are gonp over with a soft damp cloth Paraffine has other uses than for covering jams and jellies A thin coating of parafflne over cheese will keep it in perfect condition through any number of hot days and will also prevent its shrinkage- If farmers were to coat the inside of the wooden tubs for butter with par affine it would prevent the contents from absorbing the woodtaste that is so often noticed even in the best of butter For all purposes paraffine should be melted and applied to a cold surface Eggs coated with it are preserved longer than by any other method Par affine is acid proof so that if the cork of bottles containing acids or other strong chemicals are soaked in hot the contents will not affect them A small piece of it will be found quite as useful as beeswax in cleaning flatirons or waxing thread Feather Cake i Feather cake approaches a sponge cake It is not so light but proper sifting of flour and proper beating of eggs will help in its success One half cupful of butter two of sugar threecupfuls of flour and three eggs onecupful of milk three teaspoonfuls of baking powder one pound of Eng lish walnuts Save 35 half meats whole and the rest chop fine Bake in a dripping pan frost and cut into squares of the nut meats on each cakeIFour quarts of ripe tomatoes chopped fine one cup of red peppers cut In w pieces one cup of chopped onions 14 cups sugar onehalf cup salt 1 pints of vinegar 11 teaspoons pi cloves the same of cinnamon one teaspoon of nutmeg the same pf celery seed one tablespoon of mustard seed Boil for three hours then bottle and seal Good forall kinds of meats French Rolls One quart of light dough three fourths cup sugar onefourth cup of stiffenFroll out Cut with round cutter spread butter on onehalf turn the other half over let rise again and bale in quick oven Useful Household Utensil A roasting pan which automatically bastes meat while cooking by means t tof a percolator which collects the juices and sprays them over the meat hasbeen patented f For an Appetizer Stuffed olives chopped fine mixed with cream cheese and made into ball8w are delicious if served williIt lain salad tf tl r r CNbJWIXKS MAY STRIKE Chairman Knapp Hears of Trouble on Pennsylvania Lines Washington Dec A serious controversy has arisen between the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Pennsylvania railroad affecting particularly the lines west of Pittsburg The details of the dif ferences between the membership of the order and the railway company were presented to Chairman Knapp of the interstate commerce commis sion The engineers desire official recognition of their general board of adjustment in the settlement of any grievances that manarise between members of the order and the rail road company So serious has the difficulty become that a strike vote now is being taken by the engineers of the lines west of Pittsburg General Manager G L Peck of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg presented to the board of mediation the railway side of the controversy Wanted to See Cars Jump Delphos 0 Dec Harold Mol lenkopf and uJdgar Rutan aged 9 and 10 years respectively placed several railroad spikes on the ra51s of the main tracks of the Pittsburg Fort Wayne Chicago road at Convoy just before the New YorkChics go 18 hour limited was due A citizen saw the act removed the spikes before the train passed and probably prevented great loss of life The boys said they put the spikes on just to see the cars jump Magoon Starts For Home Havana Dec Governor Ma goon accompanied by Colonel E H Crowder judge advocate at Havana and Captain J A Ryan of the Fifteenth cavalry left here for the United States He was escorted to the steamer by many American and Cu ban officials Keeps Suicide Promise Columbus 0 Dec 1As he had so often threatened Homer Sebring a well digger and sewer contractor committed suicide by taking carbolic acid and died on the front porch of the residence where his divorced wife made her home DIVERT RIVER TO SAVE PINE BLUFF Citizens of Arkansas Town Dig Channel Arcoss Land Pine Bluff Ark Dec Fearing that the already weakened banks of the Arkansas river would be unable to withstand the pressure of the water when the full force of the pres ent rise reaches Pine Bluff it was decided at a mass meeting of citizens to divert if possible the channel of the river by the cutting through of a narrow strip of land where the river starts a horseshoe bend sev eral miles north of the city This plan if successful while leaving Pine Bluff away from the main chan nel would eliminate it is believed the danger of an overflow whch would cause the destruction of a large amount of property Railroad Bridge Dynamited Cleveland 0 Dec An abut ment of the recently completed Wheeling Lake Erie lift bridge was badly damaged by a dynamite explosion Traffic over the structure has been stopped pending an exam ination The bridge was constructed by nonunion labor it is sad Within a year there have been half a dozen explosions in the bridges of Cleveland and vicinity all of which have been attributed oy the police to labor troubles Boy Killed by Cars Perrysburg 0 Dec Grant Euh ler 12 ded at Rhoimrank hospital as the result of being run over by a Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton freight train The boy attempted to jump onto the train but he slipped and fell beneath the wheels Both feet were badly crushed ald were amnutated at the hospital Canadian City With Miles of Parking Winnipeg in Canada now has more than a hundred miles of parking between curbs and sidewalks an average width of fifteen feet and all the park ing set with trees The streets thus parked are called boulevards The cost Is about 25 cents a front foot for the parking strips and 4 cents a front foot a year to maintain them The cost of the tree planting is an additional 4 cents a front foot Whenever a street Is paved council orders the parking clone and the cost assessed against the property Unless there is a remon strance against it the work is carried out either by contract or by day labor The first cost Is spread over a term of seven years National Parks While the American Civic federation is laboring to save Niagara falls and other beauties of nature it is well to call attention to the fact that the Yo semite and the big tree groves are not the onlysi3ts in California that need state or federal protection Down in the canyons bordering the Colorado desert we have a number of fine groves of washingtonia our native fan palm found nowhere else on the globe and these should be made special reservations for park purposes Should a commercial use for the giant trunks be found they will quickly disappear ubscribe For the News T J f r r TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows O O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 11 57 a m No 28Daily Ex Sunday630 p m No 24 Daily 9 25 p m C O WEST BOUND No 27 t DailyEx Sunday 622a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 am No 33 Daily 1159 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 6 27 p m No 31 Daily li09pm L N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily i 448 a nT No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a my No 32 Daily 260p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND f No 2 LajLVy Ex Sunday 3 05 p m No4 Daily 818 a mj L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am No 3 Daily 620p m LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 IDaiIYStations jv Lexington 2 25I 735 Winchester 3 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 93 Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 447 950 Beattyville June 510 lO17 Athol 5 37 I10 45 0 K Junction 605 1115 Ar Jackson 6 10 1120- Noll No31 No5 Westbound DailyDaily Sun Ex Sun Only AM1 PM AM Jackson 6101220 7 00 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 640 2521 730 Beattyville June 7 07 3 20 754 Torrent 7 30 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Juuc 748 357 828 Stanton 8 15 4 26 8 54 Clay City 8 25I 902iL E Junc 9 Winchester 912 520 945- ArLexincrton 1955 60511025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 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 JunctionTrains Nos 2 and 4 will connection witH the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the Os K Railway for Cannel City Kv and way stations W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf A Great Undertaking To promote the building of improved roads in Colorado Wyoming Utah Montana Idaho New Mexico and Arizona and make accessible the wonder ful natural scenery throughout the territory along the eastern base of the Rocky mountains the Rocky Mountain Highway association has been incor porated at Denver by Gerald Hughes Harold Kountz and Charles A John son Membership in the organization is open to any one interested in the good roads movement and it is reported that already a large number of prominent Colorado citizens have signified their intention of joining The money for carrying out the plans of the association will be derived through private subscriptions and through state and municipal aid It is hoped that through the efforts of this association there will eventually be constructed a chain of good roads joining all points of interest throughout this section Public Ownership of Roads The idea of public ownership of the highways seems to be coming to the front It has been proposed that the city of Philadelphia purchase the right of way and the property abutting the proposed new parkway leading from the central part of the city to Fair mount park In Milwaukee county Wis the board of supervisors is dis cussing the advisability of acquiring the title to roads in various townships to the number of twenty and improving and maintaining them by taxation The Thrifty Queen It has been said time and again that Queen yictoria was the thriftiest of all monarchs Nothing in the way of income slipped through her fingers She inheritedfrom her Dutch ancestry that singular faculty of saving much and spending little One of her gar deners brought up a family of five children on 3 a week The fact is considered creditable only lto the gar Rr T THE = WINCHESTER L i NEWS The Best AdvertisingMedium Clark County Now is the time for the uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers Winchester and Clark county Every week day in the year ov er 1400 homes in this county receive the News And they read it too The management ofthe News before the paper t was started estimated that a 1000 circulation by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the markThe Fall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election GoodI times are ahead for us all Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the Newsj The people who haveImoney in this city read the News every evening The people who have money on theruralroutes of Clark get the News ev ery morriingt Advertise in THE NEWS and be abreast oftthe timesI the j WINCHESTERNEWS C OINCORPORATED t J r- r I 1 r r ii I J Lrrt = t i l 1 f 4 4 r i 4L 4 i i = i t J 1PauEight I THE WINCHESTER NEWScJ1 J r FORGER IS cA1lliIT IN WASHINGTON CITY j r 4jlne Doyle Who Secured 75 From J vi BrownProctoria Hotel Fin ally LandedbsK rM f The Chattanooga News of Monday i November 30 contains a lengthy ac 41illt of the arrest in Washington Il of C H Doyle alias L T bogusreheck artist who has operated hid i game in nearly every State in the tJmoii and has one victim in this city ylle as far as known has only made visit to Winchester and that vis itTis well remembered by Mr Wood t fon Moss managerof the Brown I 2roctoria as visit het e put f MB to the bad to the extent of 75 Doyle was Jjere as a guest of the v hotel and when he was ready to tllte of one of the banks as it da check on a firm in Washing beingioldt j1fu1e Sing he could get the check Moss would endorse it fmc was limited as he wanted to i leave on a train that was about due ir Moss who is one of the most ac- cortunodatin hotel managers to be it r found favored him by endorsingtin j check and shook hands with him thing more was thought of it and ii a few days the check returned to 3SiIr Moss marked N G lf He played the same game on the Leland Hotel at Lexington Doyle is Jiow behind the bars in the Washing ton prison waiting to face the many different charges of forgery that will Be brought against him Doles plan was to select the jiames of business houses in different t sections of the country procure their billheads or have copies of them printed and obtain checks on banks jii the cities in which the houses were located He also had cards printed jmnoiuicing himself as representative fthe firms In his valise the of firms he fryrepresent and of the aliases he- Md assumed JRACING IN DANGER f ON PACIFIC COAS Poll of Senators and Assemblymeij f Show Majority Unfavorable L to Gambling 7 ltLOS1NGELESC ll Dec 2Is l San Francisco trustee o the Direct Legislation League an vttnounced that racetrack gambling sfffi State is undoiibtediy doomed jp based the statement upon a poll Senators and Assemblymen whichI M says shows a good majority for rgieantibeitinp bill in both houses altj n sigev Weliave received answers from iforjtyf our Assemblymen who have j attuipunced themselves positively in f tvpr of flue autiracetraek gamloKng billsaid Jacobs V0f e oiay Senators twentythree are tpwn to favor the bill This will r evea good majority in both homes 1ffere is no doubt however that o 4 fight will be made by Senator lvttt of Oakland President Tom L Williams of the California Jockey t band Lucky Baldxvin of the Santa Anita hack to beat the meas1 Iret 0 PLEDGE OF MR IIAYS people of this district will nqmIfinate and elect me Circuit Judge c lwill not ask for an increase of tltCI salary during my term I can and eon the present salary of 3000 n f per year J SMITH HAYS 12oltti MARKED FOR DEATHS z J Three years ago I was marked for death A wbis itearing my lungs Ho pieces Doctor dSdled to help me and hope had fled jyjienmy husband got Dr Kings Now Discovery says Mrs A C Wil hams of Bac Kv The first dose Helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds in Treight and my health was fully i stored This medicine holds t worlds healing record for coughs dud colds and lung and throat dis eases It prevents iUneumonia Sold under guarantee at Phillips Drug Store 50c and 100 Trial bottle jfireeY r CHRISTMAS TURKEYS t 4 PARIS Kv Dec 2Local firms tfiiiave made a shipment of forty Jtousand dressed turkeys to R stern markets Dealers are jin ti ipating a heavy demand fortJw Qiristrnas trade as indicated by sjis V rush of advance orders t b rTHE MARKETS I CATTLE ACTIVE AND- PRICES UNCHANGED CINCINNATI 0 Dec 1Rei- ptsce ltd shipments of live stock at the Cincinnati Union Stockyards to day wore Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 151 3939 195 Shipments 161 3910 Cattle Active and strong at yesterdays prices shippers 4755 5S5 extra 5906 00 butcher steers extra 515525 good to choice 4 65510 common to fair 325450 heifers extra 450 rc 465 good to choice 3755440 common to fair 2505365 cows pxtra 425450 good tc choice 3605415 common to fair J50 a 350 canners 1255250 bulls steady bolognas 285340 extra 340400emilch cows good steady other grades weak and dull Calves Steady extra 800 fait to FHogscriers 1520c higher light shippers and pigs 5510c higher good to choice packers and butchers 005 535600echorehe ligltlieavshippers 470530 pigs 110 lbs anU less 375 x65 Sheep Active strong 2535c higher extra 3855400 good to choice 325375 common to fair 1255300 Lambs Active strong 2535f higher extra 585G00 good to choice 525575 common to fair 375500 CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGO Dec 1CattleRec- eipts estimated 3500 strong to 10 higher beeves 3505775 Texans 360450 Westerners 325r 270d2 calves 500700 Hogs Receipts about 26000 market 5c higher ligh 5005585 mixed 535610 540Ttoa r choice heavy 5605610 bulkof sales 555590 Sheep Receipts about 15000 strong to 10c higher Western 250470 yearlings 470500 lambs 40055070 Western 4005640 MEW HIGH RECORD MADtCHICAGO Dec 1New high marks far the season for the Decem ber and tray deliveries were ren in the local wheat market today when the former touched 105 au lthe latter 10953 The market closed strong at the top Corn and oats closed easy and provisions firm Range of Futures I The leading Sutures ranged as fol ws W HighDecMay 1 oa3 1 1 09 rs July i 02 1 0234 Low Gloss Dec new 1 04 1 051 May a 08 1 095 July a 0118 1 0234 HighDeeMay 6234 63 July 621 62 d Low Clo- Decj 6134 G17IMay v 623A 1 Jury 02 71 GJI CASUALITIES IN MT STERLING MT STERLING Ky Dee 2 Miss Alice Apperson while out aid ing was thrown from her horse an badly cut about the face and should ers Her escape a from death was miraculous Clarence Stevens aged fourteen rested his gun on his toe It was discharged and part of the toe blown off Unless blood poison develops the boy will recover WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in Rollllce best made t Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no eQual n174t Extinct Stars Still V5ilTa It is a fact startling as itf may seem that many of the stars we see twinkling in the sky at night mayJhave ceased to exist centuries ago = one of these stars are so distant that even light takes hundreds frvvviaichthe en agoees theytiverefrlong ages Qi l 44 i i 11 r 1t I WOMAN J ILLS AGENT 4fMaim She Fired to Save Life of fiChIcagoleges in defense ol her sister Miss Estelle Stout Killed Henry Hornher ger agent for a picture enlarging concern Mrs A Chambers a sister of Miss Stout quarreled with Horn berger according to the police over an enlarged picture when Hornber ger called to deliver it and Hornber ger struckherfelling her to the floor As she arose she saw her sister Miss Stout standing with a smoking pistol in her hand and her assailant dead from a bullet through the heart Miss Stout admitted firing the shot averring that she did so to save her sis ters life Britt and Summers Matched London Dec Jimmy Britt the San Francisco lightweight and Johnny ummers the English fighter signed articles to fight before the National Sporting club on Feb 22 for a purse of 5000 Child Chokes to Death Findlay 0 Dec 2 La Verrne the 18monthsold son of Ernest Pow ell swallowed a screw an inch long and choked to death OUR KILLED AT EMPERORS JUBILEE Hundreds Injured When Vienna Celebrates Event Vienna Dec 2Iri honor of Bm pror Francis Josephs diamond jUbi- lee the city was illuminated on a scale of unprecedented brilliancy The cathedral and city hall and all the public buildings were outlined in electric lights and the effect was enhanced by powerful searchlights and bengal lights playing from the high towers The outer gate of the im perial Hofburg the residence of the Austrian princes since the thirteenth century bore a huge illuminated de- v e of the imperial crown fronted by columns 70 feet high which were covered with thousands of electric bulbs and surmounted by gas flam- beaus The pressure of the enormous crowds in the streets caused several serious accidents Four persons Wire morefMRS RUSTIN TESTIFIES Widow of Dead Physician Tries to Disprove Suicide Theory 01Charles deEably assisted by those interested in the collection by the dead mans widow of all of the 75000 lifeian com plete the jury after court convened and a presentation of the case wa finished by the attorneys on got sides Two witnesses including the widow of the dead physician were placed on the stand Mrs R E Archer who lives dIrectly across th street from the Rustin home an who heard the shot and witnesse- from her window the struggle of Mrs Rustin to get her husband from the porch into the house developed nothing new Mrs Rustin made an interestin witness Attired in widows formei shce Jeplying to ques tins ina manner which would tend to disprove the suicide theory and gave her evidence in an impressive and convincing way seTelephone Hearing Postponed Toledo 0 Dec 2Judge Tayler n the United States circuit court postponed indefinitely the case against the American Telephone and Telegraph company the head Bel company in which the Independent interests sought an injunction to prevent the Ben from interfering withI contracts The case was set for hear ing here next Friday dNight Riders Burn Barn Evansville IndiDec 2Night riders destroyed the barn of W iGossar in Warrick county Ind here The barn was filled with bacco and the loss is estimated 3000 with insurance of 1000 Governor Fort Withdraws Militia Trenton N J Decn Govern Fort announced the withdrawal fro Perth Amboy of the two milita companies that remained there aft the Trenton battalion had been se home I rTtl MEAT Of IT Four persons during a panic following the explosion of a moving picture machine at Cincinnati Captain Addison Lisle a well sown Ohio riverman died very suddenly in California J McCloskey the veteran ball player will manage the Milwaukee American association club in 1909 fLittle Boy succeeds EmU Hauser as captain of the Carlisle Indian football team streNoet goodbutby collection of purses and valuables t t i t FT iIt rh I s1-A Taking Display of more than usual beauty awaits you here We have an assortment of Dining Room and Kitchen Furnituret- hat you certainly ought to see You will find everything so handsome and well made and so reasonable in price that you will riot care to make your old things do over the Holidays Make your dinners perfect by invest ing in some new furniture Bought here it is an investment not a specula tion IIFURNITUREUND t J OFFICIAL VOTE IS FINALLY ANNOUNCED Bryan Has Plurality Over Taft For President of 83382 The official vote of Kentucky at the last election was published for the first time Wednesday H G Garrett the first elector for Taft re Headleythe pluralityfor8382 5887 Prohibition votes were cast The Socialist Labor party got 404 votes Peopless party 333 votes votesThedistricts were as follows I 12448Second 4 yThird 496 3eFifth District Democratic 2440I 5888eSeventh District Democratic 6451 Eighth District Democratic 1676 Ninth District Republican 725 2571h344 OPERAHOUSEd Mildred Hollands drama The Lily and The Prince was presented at toganddintrigue The playopens with a Florentine flower garden where we find Angela The Saored Lily Ti t Pearl of Great Price who forms the subject of the story Here An girlseemsfeel that the characters is artificial and overdrawn- In this net Miss Blake is not seen at her best but as the play progress shetdoes some good work Angelas father Count de Gaville refusing to enter in a plot to overthrow the Papal power of Home is incarcerat AngelotAngelar tooatwhom ad come or aid in her prison Lucretia having become interested in the bethrothed of Angela who is attached to the Papal guards profmTheerthentprison where bursts into the secret scission of the council and pleads for her fathers life and here she unearths the conspirator who Vas the cause of her fathers arrest The entire support deserves honor able mention and the costumes have been pretty and picturesque but have become somewhat soiled and stage worn CHURCH OF CHRIST Lawrence W Scott of Morgan town W Ya will preach at the Church of Christ Wednesday night at 715 THENEWS bYmail3saYear r- L ico-J 3S s BOY MURDERER MAY GO TO REFORMATORY Harvey Hazel Toledo Matricide Seeks Compromise Toledo p Dec 2Harvey Hazel the 17yearold boy indicted for mur der in the first degree for beating his mother to death with a hammer a year ago may escape the peniten tiary After spending almost the entire day in an effort to secure a jury the defense moved to obtain a compromise plea of manslaughter with a indeterminate sentence in the Ohio state reformatory at Mansfield Su perintendent Leonard of the reform atory is here in conference with the states attorney the prisoners father and his counsel It is likely that th trial will come toa sudden termina tion by the state accepting a plea of guilty to manslaughter with a condition that young Hazel be confined in the reformatory for more than to years RECEIVER APPOINTED Receiver For A Booth Company Sues Cleveland Concern Cleveland 0 Dec 2 Receiver ship for the Globe Packing company a big fish concern and an accounting of the books was asked In common pleas court in a suit filed by wiili J Chalmers and Charles F Mische ler receivers of A Booth Company John R Nutt was appointed receiver by Judge Beacom The plaintiffs state that the company owes A Booth Company 35000 on a note now overdue It is also stated that the concern paid 77000 for the Buckeye Fish company of which only 16500 h been paid It is alleged that debt otheer liabilities are 50000 more than the assets I THE NEWS by mail 25c a month CLASSIFIED FOR SALEAt a bargain one first f class cottage organ J N JMUL WinChester I FOR RENT House of six rooms ABAXTERLOSTOn the Paris pike jbrown fur muff Finder will please retunvto this office 1130Gl V ilgCl1CYReplies r care NewsI H303t withfQurother conveniences on Washington between Vine and Smith avenue Call on JOHN H STAND IFORII 1127lino housefouravenue and Burns street DR GL NMORE GOMES Trustee 27tfigobblers1lrsphone 332 ll2120t FOR RENTCottage very desir office FOR SALECottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and Bedaiej street w P AZBILL 11131nt i FOR RENTNice cottage on Short street Apply to W Z Haggard 112314t WANTED Hustling energetic man theSinger r Apply r Citizens Bank Phone Nos Homo 838 394 1223t AN EVANGELICAL CHURCH The spirit of evangelism seems continually to prevade at the Mt isna pe sons come to Christ at the regular mOlpingtwoselves to God tint the church There andethelastAt the beginning of the last con ference year there was a membership nof fortyseven which membership presenttime smallto tend the Sunday night services Taxes Now Delinquent Tuesday was the last lay fur pay 4tamthat time the 10 per i cent penalty has been added f Bowden Case Thursday The special term of Circuit Court that began Monday adjourned Tues mJl11ing SBowsiaih oad companyS ji j The DarkAges The dark ages are the ones r1t which our sophomores are 1HnQd to believe they know it all r Great Scott J p Ifour people dont know a good thing when they see it no use of looking for people who do We mean this ni candid sincerity and we wajntVl1 to thank the people who have so generously heectacM our solicitations for their work in the lastsix weeks V We are now adding to our force at the rate oC done drAnd now that the Tobacco momey is soon tor become a Prodigal Son lets all rhut our shoulders ttjthe wheel of prosperity rand show the world tlfalt tS Winchester is not only the home ofthe largest deals but is the largest 10000 city of this orious Ametrf1 ca And that th- eEagle t Casting Co of Winchester incorporated is giving better VI vr 1 i i and better prices on Castings fall kinds Coal and Lumber Carsl r Cement Clamps k x Gas Furnaces r r and Structural Steel 5 xthan any similar institution in Kentucky i J f feSC RN LL Gen1 Manage t MJrr 1 0j J fft TFsJ I i y J t