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I k 7nJr f j j OL 1 NO FRIDAY 4 1908 j2 CENTS A COPY 10 GENTS A WEEK I BOWDEN AGAINST a L1E1ONTRIAL- f Plaintiff Claims That Defendant Was Careless in Handling TrainhThe case of D S Bowden against the Lexington and Eastern railroad company that was begun in Circuit Court Thursday afternoon was taken up again Friday morning and up too press time Friday the testimony for the plaintiff had been finished s The plaintiff claims that he was struck on the Pendleton street cross ing near the depof by one of the company passenger trains through gross railroadbf company He claims that there was no flaerman or watchman at the crossI innand that the train did not give any thebCTASSngr will probably go to the jury some time Saturday afternoon RID STAMPS CITYlUsed to Seal Up Small Packages For Benefit of Tuberculosis Society The Red Cross antituberculosis Christmas stamp that is being sold in all partsof the country to aid stamping out tuberculosis made it appearance in the stores in this cit this week and promises to be a fas sellerThe stamps are used to sealu Christmas presents and cost only one cent apiece The merchants buy then for a rienny apiece and sell them at the sane price and there is no profi- made on them The proceeds will b given towards the erecti n of a san itarium in Kentucky for tuberculosis patientst MEMORIAL SERVICES OF WINCHESTER ELKS Ceremonies Are Private This Yea and Will Be Held Sunday I Afternoon Winchester Lodge of Elks No 589 will hold their annual memorial exer vises Sunday afternoon at 2oclocl in their lodge room on pain street Heretofore the memorial services t have been held at the Opera House but this time they will be private and will consist of ritualistic ceremonies Col T G Stuart and Judge J A Evans hvebe n appointed as a arrangementsy ItTCTTMOND Ky Dec 4 Cleo pteis Duncan aged twentyfive years a vellknown man here was found dead last night by Officer Dnid Power It is believed he met with foul plav t f r LARGEST COUNTY r i 1 I3 O WINCHESTER NEW 46 WINCHESTER not CROSS KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ELECT OFFICERS J S Dills Past Chancellor an dE C Fitch Chancellor Com mander 1 Ivanhoe Lodge No 48 kofpfeld their unnual election of officers Thursday night The following offi cers were elected for the ensuing I yearJ S Dills Past Chancellor- E C Fitch Chancellor Command r B S Bartlett Vice Chancellor CommanderJ PrelateIProf C L Lewis Master of Arms EL Upham Keeper of Records and Seals R 0 Fitch Master of Exchequer- B T Spencer Master of Finance W E Curry Inner Guard G M Hart Outer Guard J J Adams Master of Work C H Bowen Deputy Grand Chan cellor S W Powell Trustee B1F FRENCH MUST PAY HIS CONTEMPT FINE Appellate Court Holds Governors Pardon Did Not Satisfy Judgment FRANKFORT Ky Dec 4The Court of Appeals yesterday reversed the judgment of the Clark Circuit CommoninJudgeswriting oftGovernor to remit the claim or inpease French was fined 5000 and given u pardon by Governor Willson whereby he remitted all of the judgment fecesteand costs The Commonwealth contended that the 500 damaeres assessed in the judgment isa p5ut of theifine and the court says the Governors pardon does not reach it The par 1onin this case was ex hausted when it has relieved the ap pellee from the payment of the States part of the 5000 fine It affords him no relief as to the dam cornrs says the court PROBABLE END OF FRIDAzDr J W Porter to Preach at the First Baptist Cnurch The meetings at the First Baptist church will probably close tonight Dr Porter of Lexington preaching his last sermon Mr Porter the pas tor preached Thursday night The house was filled with anxious peo ple There were twelve baptized at the forenoon service Fridfy jne young man was converted and united with the church ILi ll IyJS y sus JIs ylY 1sl Isl slss s s III sly Yllls Ilsl b wJl lPw w lvw lyy I JylIII Christmas 6ition s sI il y I1li IYI yIsl y 3 Q will issu its oniBuesda 3 QC- yl I5tb sl u y WM yl It will carry many Special Holiday ffl1IJ M f R1u atures Christmas Stories l lllJGuide ffl i l i rl for io hurr est days of the Holiday E1 1yl fy rl 11IrFs tl iiiJll SPACE HAD BETTER NOTIFY THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY 1J ylssl iIhJI lillll ll7Y1Yif 7i 1IYJ 71i iylY1lyi7 W Yp I I al s f X i rt i 1i- t SIMON is REAL rOWER IN HAITI Can Name Next President of Republic May Depose Legiti mate J Washington Dec 4A statement in a dispatch sent to the navy department by Commander Shipley of the cruiser Des Moines that the Haitien revolutionists had been invited to en ter Port au Prince Is taken to mean that the people of the city are in en tire sympathy with General Simon the head of the revolutionists This being the case it is regarded the immediate trouble is over Whether General Simon will be content with the continuance in office of General Legitime until a new president is elected officials say is another ques tion To him they state will be left the naming of the president There are said to be half a dozen well known persons in Haiti who are eligible for the office and who would fill it very acceptably The contest may engender further trouble Under ordinary conditions the election for president would be held in May Twelve Rioters Shot Down Port au Prince Dec 4The stirring events ofan exciting and his torical day that saw President Nord Alexis driven from his capital with an Infuriated mob at his heels were followed by a period of looting and pillage in Port au Prince The pas sions of the populace had been aroused and after being defeated in their endeavors to do bodily harm to Alexis taey turned their attention to wellstocked storehouses and the res idences of the supporters of their late president They were rapidly getting out of hand when the authorities suc ceeded in controlling the situation Twelve men were killed before order was restored FLOOD DANGER AT PINE BLUFF OVER Dynamiting of Opposite Bank Relieved Pine Bluff Ark Dec 4Ast the north bank of the Arkansas river op posite Pine Bluff which was dyna mited continues to cave deflecting the current of the swollen river fur ther south and away from the most impaired portion of the levee which borders the business section of this city the situation here continues to improve and the danger of a serious overflow and the engulfing of many valuable buildings as was anticipat ed is fast decreasing The river has reached the flood stage of 25 feet and no further caving has occurred here the willow fascines distributed at the most weakened points proving effective barriers to the encroachment of the water which is rapidly diminishing In force The two most endangered buildings the Jefferson county court house c and hotel which stand almost on the brink of the stream are now believed to be safe It Is probable that additional dynamiting may be attempted and if successful the main current of the river will leave Pine Bluff entirely NEGROS Lift SAVED Authorities Thwart Mob Who Sought Vengeance On Womans Assailant Brownstown Ind Dec 4 Prompt action by the authorities here and at Seymour averted the possibility of mob law in the case of the negro who is accused of having assaulted Mrs Harold Danettell The negro when captured was first taken to Seymour but was hurried from there when a mob formed at the jail A crowd also gathered here and the au thorities ordered the negro removed to Indiana reformatory at Jefferson ville for safe keeping Mrs Dan ettell is in a serious condition Rubber Workers Scarce Akron 0 Dec 4The sudden renewal of business activity here prom ises a labor famine for the near fu ture Hundreds of employes are being put to work At u chamber of commerce meeting rubber manufacturers stated that 2000 additional men would be needed soon and that they knew not where to find them Automobile tire factories are said to be working day and night to fill orders Three Hundred Fishermen Lost Tokyo Dec 4Thirtyfive Japa nese fishing boats were caught in a typhoon off Natsu island In Kawatsu bay and wrecked It is reported that 850 fishermen lost their lives J J WILL CONTINUE TARIFFHEARING Committee Sets December 19 as Closing DateResult Un satisfactorye Washington Dec 4 The house committee on ways and means has decided to continue the tariff hearings until Dec 19 Chairman Payne was authorized to offer a resolution in the house when congress convenes on Monday which will give the committee authority to subpoena witnesses for these supple mentary hearings It has been the desire of the committee to get cer tain people to come before it andlgive any information they may which would be of value in framing anew tariff law It has also been found that the testimony obtained at the hearings during the past few weeks has not been altogether satis factoryThis is the last day of the original schedule of hearings but tomorrow Herbert Miles chairman of the tariff committee of the national Associa tion of Manufacturers will appear before the committee Other nesses also are expected to appearI tomorrow and on Monday there will be a supplementary hearing on the lead schedule The other hearings will be on days designated by Chair man Payne It is believed that hear ings will be held occasionally through out the short session of congress The committee will begin the con sideration of the new tariff bill as soon as the record of the hearings held up to this time has been printed A separate record of the supplementary hearings will be made Brietb may be filed by parties interested anytime before Dec 19 Chairman Payne was asked if there was any likelihood of a tariff bill being reported by committee at the short session o congresS He replied that it was not probable that the Dingley bill was prepared by the committee of the re tiring congress and was reported on the first day of the special session of congress by the new ways and means committee Mr Payne would not say what witnesses would oe summoned if the power to subpoena is granted but it is generally understood that J W Van Cieave president of the Na tional Association of Manufacturers will be one of the most important StampWashington was given by Postmaster General Meyer to a new special delivery stamp which will be placed on sale within the next 10 days It is patterned after stamps of French design measures about one inch square and is of a dark gree color Running diagonally across it face Is an illustration of an olive branch the leaves of which entwine a Mercury hat symbolic of peace and haste In the upper lefthand corne- is the inscription lOc while in th lower righthand corner in bold let ters are the words USS Postage Special Delivery HOLDS OFFICERS AT BAY Negro Murderer Seeks Refuge In Farmers Barn Lewiston Pa Dec 4Frank Lee colored who shot and killed George Porter also colored on Saturday night because of a dispute over wages is surrounded ina barn near McCoysville Juniata county Sheriff Kemberling has gone to the scene Lee came to the farmhouse and asked to be allowed to sleep in the barn He was recognized by the farmer and after he had entered th building the alarm was given and th barn was surrounded Lee was or dered to surrender but he refused and threatened to shoot any one who attempted to arrest him Three Men Asphyxiated Cincinnati 0 Dec 4Three me were found dead in an abandoned sheet iron shaving hopper under the Central bridge in this city They ha been suffocated by the Inhalation o charcoal fumes The dead are David Reed 25 Pittsburg William Smith 35 colored Chattanooga Johh Lewis 35 colored Chattanooga The men were roustabouts out of work because of the low stage ot the river and they had been sleeping in the receptacle for several nights They boarded the entrances 4o the hopper and after lighting charcoal In a bucket lay down to sleep The air iq the hopper soon became exhausteu and the fatal charcoal fumes suffocated them Blew Out His Own Brains Gallipolis 0 Dec 4 ExMayor Adolphus Seebohm of Pomeroy 0 committed suicide lna room in a lo cal hotel by blowing his brains out with a pistol Seebohm who belonged to a welltodo family leaves a widow and children but no reason is known of his suicide Po j t f I ELEC1ION OF OFFICERS OF OLEIKA TEMPLE James A Boone of This City is Made Plenipotentiary to Im perial Council Oleika Temple of the Mystic Shrin rs held their regular election of of ficers at Lexington Thursday night and Mr James A Boone of this city was elected Plenipotentiary to Im Aerial Council After the installation of the officers committees were appointed to arrange for headquarters in Louis ImperialCouncil Canada which meets in Louisville the second week in June Oleika Tem ple will enter its Arab Patrol in the Competitive prize drill and the presen membership of the patrol will be enlarged to the The meeting wound up withaDutch lunch at the Phoenix Hotel which was thoroughly enjoyed by a presentA number of Shriners from Paris Georgetown Versailles Hie mond and Winchester were present DUTCH WARSHIPS DE MOST RATION Three Sail Along Coast of Venezuela and Threaten Castros Power Special to The News WILLEMSTAD Dec 4Three Dutchwarships made a demonstra tior again Venezuela today stooj ing along the coast from Puerto Ca ofrPresident Castro has just left the country and is now on his way to France Many think that he never intends to return It is hoped that the present affair will passjrpff with out active hostilities f piP INDICTMENTS ARE DISMISSED Prosecutor of Findlay 0 Says Standard Oil is Obeying LawsSpecial to The News FINDLAY 0 Dec 4All indict Corneparty prosecutor Smith declaring all illegal practices eliminated COLORADO GUESTS OF COI T G STUART Hon W R Ramsey and Mr p L Burris Spend a Few Days Here Hon W R Ramsey Assistant At torney General of Colorado and Mi 0 L Burris one of the largest own ers in the great El Paso mine on Cripple Creek Colorado who have Stuaeru t their home in Colorado this morniu FOUND DEAD IN ALLEY BeenMurdered 4Clefo Duncan son of John W Duncan of this city a wellknown young man here was found dead in an alleyway in this city Wednesday night It is believed he was foully dealt with STATE TREASURY REPORT FARNKFORT Ky Dec 4 Thbalance in the Treasury of the State on December 1 was the following as announced by Treasurer Farley Sinking Fund 14200232 School Fund 76333497 General Expense Fund de ficit 37471213 Balance 53062816 Do your Christmas shopping sari and in the morning and aid the merchant and his clerks l J I t a IrF WEATHER 1 7 Rain or Snow With Colderlf Tonight Saturday Probably J Fair Much Colder J KY DECEMBER tws Situation fullcompliment DELEGATES GETT IDOWN TO WORLi Bishop Hendrix Presides at Federal CouncilResolution t Debated Philadelphia Pa Dec 4Wlth tf unanimity of action that went far beyond the expectations of the leading spirits in the movement for unity of church action the federal council of the Churches of Christ in America began its business sessions The organization of the council was practically completed and the delegates 400tr a membership of about 18000000 have entered upon the real work of the council Bishop E R Hendrix D D of Kansas City Mo of the Methodist Episcopal church South was honored with the presidency of the federal council by a unanimous vote of the delegates Two reports of committees were taken up and disposed of one of them after an interesting debate This report related to the cooperation of ail the churches in the foreign mission fields and was presented by the Rev James L Barton of Boston Congregationalist togetuer with five resolutions one of which favored ther closest possible federation of all Christian churches in foreign mission fields and the elimination of denom inational distinctions Bishop Hoss of Nashville of the Methodist Episcopal church South attacked the resolution in a vigorous speech Ve may have too many denominations he saidUbut who is going to cancel them Unity is good but liberty Is better After discussion the reference to the elimination of denominational distinctions was stricken out and the resolution was adopted Another resolution adopted approves the union of educational institutions in mission countries wherever practicable in which teachers and students of various denomina tions shall have equal privileges The other report considered con tanned resolutions recommending operation work along special lines of Christian effort in interdenomina tional organizations all of which were adopted without discussion I Besides the naming of Bishop Hen drix as president the following offi cers were elected Permanent re cording secretary Rev Dr Rivingy ton D Lord Brooklyn Free Baptist treasurer Alfred R Kimball New York Presbyterian Lamphere Congratulates Himself Lapprte Ind Dec 4 Attorney H W Worden made public a letter writ ten by Ray Lamphere to his mother immediately after he had been sen tenced to states prison for burning the Gunness house in which he pro tests his innocence of the crimes for which he was tried and congratulates himself that he escaped being one of the alleged Gunness victims REPORTS URGE DEFICIT United States Treasurer Says Expenditures Increase Too Rapidly Washington Dec 4Charles H Treat treasurer of the United States in his annual report calls attention to the fact that owing to the disturb ed relations between the income and outgo of the government there was a deficiency last year of 58070201 as against a surplus for the preced ing year of 84236586 and points out that the total revenues for 1898 exceeded any preceding fiscal year ex cept 1907 Treasurer Treat points out that thus it is apparent that the trou ble is not in decreasing receipts but altbuatiqn the treasury was able to meet with the excess of revenues which had accumulated during the previous tears Campaign Managers Dined New York Dec 4Frank H Hitchcock who as chairman of the national committee managed the Re publican campaign Treasurer George R Sheldon who found a million and a half dollars to defray expenses and William L Ward national commit teeman from New York wno had the temerity to promise Greater New York to Mr Taft were dined by the f Republican club of the city of New York and awarded unstinted praise ofeent r elect Sherman was a guest and ora munications were read from Presi dent Roosevelt and Presidentelect Taft Hunter Springfield 0 y Wagner 34 of b t Instantly killed n 4hunting and iw v 7Y r was almost t ply 15 minutes A i I I tlH Oj J r ttalJ1 twt I tiWINCHESTER I NEWS i f 11 Farm J an1 iE Garden4 i 1 CAREFUL FRUIT GROWING jTtw French jDbtain Better ResultsI j Than the Americans i MJn this country says a French r r you justput thIngs n the ground 4Utd let them grow more or less hap hazard as far as I can see You have tJLSoil BO fertile that I suppose you can PEACH TREE TRAINED ON WALL fcipense with much that Is necessary Jo our old country But all the same I jdilak the fruit might be benefited iff did some of the things that every nch grower does France is the Mimtry of detail you know and we flak it pays In fruit growing Just as j aloes in cooking The fruits we pet and pamper most fee the peach and the grape The ma b ify of peaches grown in this coun try would seem to a Frenchman to be distinctly of the second order that s im the language of his fruit culture a teach de plein vent or qne grown on lee in an orchard Between peaches J jffuwn thus open to the wind and iHwe trained on trellises against walls fce French make a sharp distinction The trellis or espalier peaches sire the only ones that appear on a carefully regulated table and are uni rersally cultivated They always com MTid a much higher price than the fINe peach and at Montreuil the fruit JI been brought to such perfection mat they habitually sell for from 40 tov 90 cents apiece even more elaborate Is the proce Jtoce with fine table grapes Hothouse t apes are not highly in favor among Stench epicures for they are held to flckthe rich flavor of the fruit grown the open At the same time grapes I so much in demand as a table Affcftcy that it Is desirable that their astt tUs situation has been met by a jyvtem which complicated as it Is Is ale generally in use The grapes are grown on trellises dosed to the sun and six or seven Idaisapart like the peaches When are ripe they are put with 4he stem and leaves In a sort of glass hs or bottle which Is placed in a LV5iDWAnF PEACH TKEE lark room If the producer Is growing ter the market the bunches are looked at every day for the slightest speck of imperfection will keep him from dis posing of his stock to the best houses The same care in lesser degree runs through all the French grower does r IB certain places but only In a few the apricot is treated with all the care ahown to the peach It Is less profita ble to grow for it does not keep well except by an expensive process of coating It with wax The trees how ever are kept very carefully pruned aJId the production of each is limited Growers can at once retard fruit and dwarf trees to such an extent that it Is possible to purchase during the winter fruit actually growing op little trees small enough to be served pot and all on the table Peaches thus crown one on a tree only cost about 20 a piece other things in pro portion and the fruit Is sold usually Sot to French people but to visitors with more money than discretion who think It smart to imitate what they consider the luxury of our gay capital All this care of detail may seem ab eurd to you who have a country so large and so lavishly productive as j America Still I think it Is an open question whether even here Where time is money so much more than itI r Savin Europe the expenditure of care and thought on some neglected details might mot lead to the financial profit oft l some growers i tt T I r HIS PASSPORT NO GOOD j Italy Holds That Once an Italian Always an Italian When on my first visit to Italy after an absence of twenty five years fur nished though I was with a passport from Washington with the great red seal or state and with uiy naturalization papers 1 was amazed when I was arrested nod put In a den of a prison reeking with filth and vermin because bud paid no attention to tbe Italian laws regardiug the matter of military obligation I was under the impres sion as I nm sure many Americans ure that when once I bad sworn off toy allegiaut to the king of Italy and bad become an American citizen would he recognized as such and not be required to fulfill the obligations of au Italian citizen The experience was not amusing and yet ns I look back upon it there was a ridiculous side to it When with great dignity and pride I pulled from my pocket my passport I expected to seethe little Italian official gasp for breath nod humbly beg my pardon Imagine my feelings whn glancing at the American eagle on my papers and the signature of the secretary of state I at the same time exclaiming Sono citadino AmerJcanQII am an Amer- Ican citizen be turned his back upon me and said most indifferently Fa nlente fa nlente Thats nothing thats nothing I was led away by two carablnleri and turned into a large room where I found seven prisoners who were to be my companions for that day and night The next day I was taken before the prefect of the province and then it was learned that I was not obliged to serve the regular three years In the Italian army not because I was an American citizen that was not recognized but because I was the only male In my family The Italian theory is once an Italian always an Italian The government does not recognize the change of al legiance on the part of any of Its sub jects Antonio Mangano In Charities and the Commons PAIN AND PLEASURE The Sensations That Come When a Person Is Hanged This Is the way Rev J T Mann In Spare Moments describes the way it feels to be hanged At Fort Barrancas Fla on April 4 1868 I was hanged as a Confederate spy I spent four minutes physically and spiritually between earth and heaven Then a Yankee sergeant be lieving me to be the wrong man cut me down My first sensation when the barrel was kicked from under my feet was that a steam boiler inside me was about to explode Every vein and blood vessel to and from my heart seemed charged with an oppressive fullness that must find an avenue of escape Tbe nervous system through out its length was tingling with a painful pricking sensation the like of which I never felt before or since Then followed the sense of an explosion as if a volcano had erupted This seemed to give me relief and the pain gave way to a pleasurable feeling one very desirable could It be secured with out death With this sensation a light broke in upon my sight a light of milky whiteness yet strange to say so transparent that it was easlerto pierce with the eye than the light of day Then came into my mouth a taste of sweetness the like of which I have never since known And I felt myself moving on with a conscious ness of leaving everything behind Then 1 heard the sweetest music and it seemed that more than a thousand harps led in each part accompanied by myriads of voices t And the sensation of coming back to life after I had been cut down was just as painful as the first feeling of hanging It was acute torture Every nerve seemed to have a pain of its own My nose and fingers were seats of the most excruciating agony In half an hour the pain was all gone but I would not go through tbe experience again for the wealth of the Indies Russian Marriages Tbe celebration of a Russian mar riage sometimes extends over three days At the wedding festivities the bride is expected to dance with tbe men one after another until she drops with sheer fatigue It isa matter of pride with her to keep going as long as possible and it is not unusual to find a bride dancing gayly after three days and nights of vigorous frolic When a girl is danCing with a man she always holds his pipe It would be regarded as1 extremely rude if a man should continue to smoke his pipe in such circumstances London TitBits Not So BadlMr Subbs after engaging cook Theres one other thing suppose you should know Miss Flanniganmy wife is a chronic invalid confined to her room Miss Flannigan Thats fine I wor afeerd She might be wan iv thim chronic kickers that arre confined t th kitchen begobsPuck She Hit Back- I told teacher pop that you said she taught you when you was a little boy What did she says That stupidity must run in the fam Uy Baltimore American And Some Hard Words When a woman packs a trunk she puts her soul into the task And when a man packs a trunk he- outs his feet Into it Cleveland Plain- Dealer founded enmities are ever the most obstinate Retz fJi Ot PROFESSIONAL CIRJS r JOUETT JOUETT Attorneys At Law 1 Winchester Ky JM STEf SON Attorney At Law t 60 S Main Si WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH do BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St 1WincheSrr Ky DR W C WORTiINGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m j 2 to 3 pmand7to8pmN- ew phone 432 Residence 633 5INtr1ain St Winchester Cy a TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester ai follows- O O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 925 p m C 0 WEST Bourn No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m NQ 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 a m No 83 Daily 11 59 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 6 27 p m No 31 Daily 1109 p m L N NORTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 32 Daily 260 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 488 p m L E EAST BOUND No 2 Davy Ex Sunday 3 05 p m- No4 Daily 818 a m L E WEST BOUND 4 No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am No 3 Daily 520 pm LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No2No4 IDailyStations jv Lexington t 25 735 Winchester 305 8a3 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 9102 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938rNatural Bridge 0 a 435 943 4471956Beattyvi Athol 5 37 1045 O K Junction 605 1115 Ar Jackson 610 1120 Noll No3 No5 Westbound DailyDaily Sun Ex Sun Only TAMTPMJAM jv Jackson 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 6 40 2 52 7 30 Beattyville Junc 707 320 754 Torrent 730 3 41 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Junc 748 357 8 2- 8Stanton815 426 854 Clay City 825U35 902 L E June 900 934 Winchester 912 1507 9 4L ArLexington 955 lO 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 By for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains 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 Ol K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MDOWELL Gen Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P Al 17tf EconomyWe the home of the silk hat and we feel sure that here the free Ironing of customers hats has had a very pernicious effect on the trade The average silk hat wearer will buy only one of these hats In a year Outfitter Dangerous City Playgrounds New York city streets make dan gerous playgrounds but they are the only ones that thousands of little pen pIe have Not a day passes without in Jury to children by vehicles and about nine are killed each month i 2 ri i I f- S J 0 b pr In t In v g t I JOBPRINTING I i r I QurP1ant is equipped with the latest taj edifies to turn out the best of Job Work Our Business has increased materially in the past month It is growing steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office be I fore are bringing their work ber- gNothing I ii J K 1 Is Too Large for us tc f handle Nothing is too small topre- vent i our giving Jt the very best OJ I attentionx We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned Our I of this office the day they areprom ised There is no irritating delay = We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Workf Pamphletsf Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and folded work Lawyers Briefs can be set as expe f 7 J 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 TH- EWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winchester I Jl Il JOB PRINTING i r I i tr 1 l I v t Jf ILI r It ID T r J 1 I ca s I f i J rs i fiL ii 1 4 t f r t o 7 J u 1 L fITHEWIIICHESTERNEWS Page Three f DESSERTSJ ll pt for Pumpkin Pie That Will EverybodyYA good pumpkinpie recipe is as follow Steam the pumpkin until soft dry and rub through a sieve Add j one and a hall teaspoonfuls of brown aUglr to a cupful and a half of pumpkin two eggs beaten slightly one teaspoonful of cinnamon onehalf teaspoonful of ginger and a little salt one and a half cupfuls of milk and a halfcupful of cream Bake UlAn golden brown in a pan lined with rich pMtry Little pies of oysteror chicken or D1 l1lroomsare preferred by many entertaining housekeepers in place of the big pies Pimentoes give a spicy novelty Either make or buy at the caterers puffpaste cases and fill them with this mixture One can of pim htoes drained and cut Into small pieces mixed with an equal Proportion of fresh mushrooms friend light lyfn butter and added to a thickened sauce made as for cream sauce but with chicken stock used instead of the usual milk Pill the cases and top with whipped cream and a touch of currant jelly rlheHome1 Water kept In bottles on the Ice instead of breaking the ice into the p Water reduces ice bills rowing parsley sage and other herbs in a kitchen window garden gives better seasoning at less money To bake pancakes without greasing the griddle add one tablespoonful of butter or a halfcup of cream to the betterlf soup is found too salty add a few slices of raw potatoes and cooks little longer The potato will absorb the surplus salt Faraffine used on the tops of pre serve glasses can be saved until the next season by washing in cold water and putting in a tin box with a tight lidTo extract juice of lemon or orange much more Juice will be obtained if the fruit is first covered with cold wa ter and allowed to come to a boil before the fruit is cut t Japanned trays should never be touched with hot water for it will cause the varnish to crack and peel gff To clean these trays rub a little tee oil on and then polish it off with annel Vhen broiling steaks in the gas en put water in the pan beneath the broiler It catches all grease which when cold can be skimmed off This keeps the oven clean and saves labor in cleaning the pan- English Bath Buns addYonehalf teaspoon salt Make hole in center and break in four eggs then add threesquarters cup lukewarm milk in which dissolve one yeast cake and onehalf cup butter Mix thoroughly with spoon and set aside to rise in a warm place 1Z hours When light turn out on floured board and sprinkle with five tablespoons sugar and three tablespoons chopped almonds and work them into the mass by drawing the tips of fingers lightly and quickly through the dough Do not knead Then drop by spoonfuls half inch apart into greased pans Let rise ten min utes Bake in hot oven This makes two dozen Process takes about two hours and 15 minutes Beef Curry Coarsely chop one large or two small onions and fry them slowly in two tablespoonfuls of butter until nicely colored add one teaspoonful of curry powder and cook for three minutes then one pound of raw beef from a y lean part stir until brown add wellKand brown one cupful of stock or gravy Bring to the boiling point add the juice of a sour orange and two tablespoonfuls of apple sauce or one small tart apple chopped fine Simmer until the meat is very tender and serve with a dish of plain boiled rice- Gingered Pears This Is particularly nice served with ice creSfn or muskmelon To eight pounds of pears chopped very thin al low four pounds or less of sugar one cupful of water the juice and thin yellow rind of four lemons be sure they are not bitter and oneeighth pound or more of green ginger root scraped and cut in thin slices Bring the sugar and water to a boil add the fruit ginger and lemon then simmer threequarters of an hour or until the consistency of marmalade Amber Drips Pare and remove seeds cut in small cuQesand steam tlll easily pierced with a straw Make a sirup of lemons a pound and a half of sugar to a pint oft juice Allow one lemon to a pint of the cooked melon Add to the sirup f and cook slowly stirring often until it will drop from the point of a spoon It should be like a marmalade when cool This is something new and Should be clear as amber Prevent Grape Juice Fermenting To keep grave juice after bottling lay each bottle down on its side in a drawer or box and In this way keep Ing the corks moist with the juice This prevents the air from getting in rtas the corks never shrink and it will never spoil J Wirdow Ledges householy they always feltsure that thrledges and locks of the windows were kept free from dustwith a damp cloth L J k r I A PET SEAL It Was the Mans Sole Companion and Means of Support Most people are accustomed to think of a seal merely as an amphibious creature from which sealskin cloaks capsetcare obtained but few are aware that it is an animal of great intelligence and as capable of being do- mestIcated and made a pet of all a dog or cat The small seal frequenting the coasts of Great Britain though inferior in value to its cousin of the South seas surpasses it in this intelligence and tractablllty It is easily tamed and can even be trained to fol cac Its Head Snuggled Into His Neck low its master like a dogof course in its own awkward legless fashion As I was walking along the beach at Scarboro England one day I observed a little crowd of people gath ered around a nondescript vehicle half cart half tank Beside the vehicle stood a mats and on it a small seal was amusing the crowd by plunging Into the water at the word of command from its mas ter catching sticks and bringing them to him in its mouth and performing sundry other tricks after which a ragged cap was passed around and a few pennies and half pennies col lectedI on and had gone a consid erable distance along the sands when I suddenly became aware that every body except myself the pedestrians the donkeys on which children were getting penny rides the old women selling curious shells the hucksters peddling early pears gingerbread and other edibles the peepshow men everyone in shdft was hastening in the other dlr lonJThe tide was coming in Not wishing to be caught In the rapid waves that chased each other up the beach I turned also and fol lowed the multitude townward fbr I saw that the highwater line clearly defined on the sea wall by a dark heavy growth of seaweed was de- cIdedly above my head When I reached the place where the seal was exhibiting I found the throng all gone and the man standing alone by his cart with the tired creature clinging to his breast its paws resting on his shoulders and its head snuggled into his neck just like a kitten or a little child while the man gently stroked its wet glistening back with his hand I stood a moment much interested looking at the pair He seems to know you said I Oh he knows me said the man with the ring of affectionate conviction in his voice He knows me and loves me dearly and understands every word I say to him And his hand with a yet tenderer touch pressed still closer to his old faded red waistcoat the wet dripping form of his humble friend It was a clear case of mutual at tachment EXPERIMENT IN DYNAMICS Odd Movements of a Spool of Thread and Pencil A halfunrolled spool of thread is placed on a table and the thread A The Experiment pulled horizontally from the underside of it the spool contrary to gen eral expectation will roll towards the hand In connection with this it is interesting to note that if the cylinder- is larger in diameter at the point around which the thread is wound than it is at the points on which it rolls it will roll away from the hand when the thread is pulled This experiment can be tried by passing a pencil through a spool and resting the ends of it on two books as in the illustration J Also If the thread be drawn from the under side of a full spool resting on a flat surface the spool will notrmove in either direction The Presbyterian city mission board of Dallas Tex is to Cqaduet a larjp fight school this winter r t J ji OPERA OUSEI The Richmond Va Evening Journal speaks of Charley Grapewin which is shortly to appear at the local Opera House as follows Charley Grapewin as Mr Pipp preaches a strong delightful temper ance sermon His portrayal of the man who got on a jag with its re sultant disagreeable effects is suf ficient to turn anyone from the flow ing bowl His perforamnce is de lightfully pathetic and while it should bring serious thoughts on the contrary it force unbounded moth The second act of the play in which but three people take part is a little classic Shakespeare would never have dreamed of writing such a scene and it is far above anything as yet presented by George Ade Mr Ppp JLs discovered in bed By his side is a tramp he picked u in his wanderings the night before Mrs Pipp enters and finds thj two in bed Tnen the natural thing happens She chides her husband for his delinquency and after heaping upon him all the sarcasm she has at her command she weakens and pathos flows as freely as the gentle summers zephyr It is a good Jes son to anyone and not only cause many laughs but is calculated to bring a tear or two and to leave a good taste in the mouth of the au ditorAs a jag not the most inveterate visitor to the throne of Justice John can beat Mr Grapewin and the fun ny thing about it is that in real life he doesnt drink a drop He uses many bottlesofreal champagne during the course of the play however and the man in front who likes his wine almost has nervous prostration in watching so much of the real stuff go to wastehBut Grapewin and his jag are not the whole show They are much of it but Miss Anna Chance who is Mrs Grapewin in real life and sis ter of the famous Frank Chance of the Chicago baseball club helps ma terially to make the evening pass pleasantly She is a beautiful wo man dainty and graceful withal and a real actress Others on the ingplincipallychorus girls CHARGED WITH J COUNTERFEITING CAMPTON7Iy Y Dec SCWilliam May Deputy United States Marshal arrested Farnk Roach of Lee county on the charge of counterfeitin and took him to Beattyville He was held under a bond of 500 for trial at the next term of United States Court at Richmond Lord Kelvin and the cable It is perhaps not generally known that the success of the Atlantic cable was due to the calculations and experiments of the late Lord Kelvin at that time plain William Thomson He discovered that the current through a long cable would arrive gradually at the receiving end and devised the ap paratus which rendered it possible to utilize such a current for making the Morse signals It was through disre gard of his theoretical predictions that the first Atlantic cable in 1858 was ruined by too powerful currents With out his mirror galvanometer to trans late into visible signals the delicate impulses received through the cable the enterprise would have been a com plete failure How to Fill Up Holes In Wood It sometimes becomes necessary to fill up cracks or dents in fine wood work furniture floors etc The fol lowing is the best way of doing its White tissue paper is steeped and perfectly softened in water and by thor ough kneading with glue transformed into a paste and by means of ochers earth colors colored as nearly as pos sible to the shade of the wood To the paste calcined magnesia is then added and it is forced into the cracks or very firmly to the wood and after dry ing retains its smooth surface An Apology An excited military looking gentleman entered the editorial sanctum one afternoon exclaiming That notice of my death is false sir I will horsewhip you within an Inch of your life sir if you dont apologize in your next issueThe editor inserted the following next day We extremely regret to an nounce that the paragraph which stat ed that Major Blazer was dead is with out foundation Detroit Free Press A Loud Kiss Bob Footlite acton Failure t should think it wast The whole play was ruined- SheGracious How was that B FWhy at the end of the last act steam pipe burst and hissed me off the stage A LarkIWhat a lark it would be if an egg came down the chimney No it wouldnt unless it was a larks egg and even then not until it was hatched Eggsactlyl The head like the stomach Is most easily infected with poison when Jt to mntv Jean Paul Richter t i f j i kr Ipeac n farth Hood Wilt do den That the Christmas Spirit Too often it only comes once a year but while you are about it why not monopolize some of good will We Would be Glad to Show You OurfMany Beautiful and Useful Presents What could be nicer for the husband father or brother than one of our nice Suits or Overcoats or a pair of IIanan or WalkOver SHoes a Stetson or National Hat we think the National one of the best 300 Hats of to day Stetson 350 400 and 500 What could be nicer for the boy than one of our Nobby DoubleBreasted Suits with belt and knickerbocker pants We show them in all the new shades suchas Nut Brown Nile Green London Smoke What could be nicer for the sweetheart than one of our Bath Robes Mufflers or some pi those beautiful Ties we are showing for Xmas We show Handkerchiefs in profusion in Fancy Silk Silk Initialand Plain Silk Linen Plain and Initial Cot ton Plain and Initial Our stock of Sweaters for men and boys are beautiful Plain White Gray Fancy Borders from X100 to X300 We Ask an Early Inspection from You We Are Sure We Can Please You Allan 1 MurphySI- GN of THE LITTLE MAN Opp Court House Winchester A CHILDS HEROISM The Story of a Visit to the Beautiful Glanevin Cemetery A pathetic story of a childs heroism Is told by a Dublin gentleman Recently he proposed to drive with his wife to the beautiful Glasnevin ceme tery Calling his son a bright little boy some four years old he told him to get ready to accompany them The childs countenance fell and the fa ther said Dont you want to go Willie The little lip quivered but the child answered Yes papa if you wish The child was strangely silent during the drive and when the carriage drove up to the entrance he clung to his mothers side aTid looked up in her face with pathetic wistfulness The party and walked among the graves and along the tree shadowed avenues looking at the In- scrIptions on the last resting places of in the beautiful city of the dead After an hour or so thus spent they returned to the carriage and the father lifted his little son to his seat The child looked surprised drew a breath of relief and asked Why am I going back with you Of course you area Why not I thought when they took little boys to the cemetery they left them there said the child Many a man does not show the hero Ism in the face of death that this child evinced In what to him had evidently been a Summons to leave the world London Telegraph Food for Thought The tenyearold girl who conquered a burglar with a broomstick is entitled to all credit for courage and vigor Nevertheless when she adds a dozen years more to her age the wary un married youth may entertain doubts as to whether her energy might not some time be excessive for wedded bliss Advice to a Sweet Singer My heart beats but for you sings an eastern bardess Itshe wishes tc avoid trouble because of heart failure we would urgently advise her not to let him persuade her to become his fdr life m zms I A t t 1 f isI k our I I Ky alighted Something New SomethingeOUR LINE OF f GUPTILLSLIPPERSI Will Arrive THis Week We will have the latest in Colonial ti Pumps Ankle Ties and Straps Black and Tan 4 Suede Patent Leather and Black Kids f t For the Ball Party and House w will have just what your nt H a rar McCORD f SMITH 6 PHILLIPS An Advance for Winchester I have just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which e are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans andr other motors f Let us give you estimates on this and allsorts ofelectric lightinglRemember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap i comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired J Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED w P HACKETT GENL MGR P BWe furnish loetfn Winter aa well ag Summer r t I th iirijfiS jj f J r rt 1L M r lr t cCtt d 1 Tr I 14I I I i t t S j j y Ns a Lt e t try r 5 r yl tL h x1 1r1 x 4 sMl FO THE WINCHESTER MEWS I p liE WINCHESTER NFW fF nlndependent Newspaper 1 Published by The Winchester News Co j IIncorporatedI t SI Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky f sDally Except Sun ay i 1 if Entered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of the tsecond class t SUBSCRIPTION RATES f t Carrier Delivery Ji ailone year 520 jnweek 10 t Payable Tit office or to collector r very week Mail4 Delivery nej year 300 13 months 150 I il month 25 4 i 6 Payable in advance t 7t ADVERTISING RATES J k Disolay Per Inch = fine time any edition 25 1hree times within one week50 due week continuously lOt One calendar month 300 mr weeks four times a week 240 jfur weeks three times a week 180 Four weep two times a week 120 Iur weeks one time a week 75 i Time lli3counts3 months 10 per Xent 6 months 25 per cent one ear 33 13 per cent y L Reading NoticesPer Line riiisiness notices body type 7 c figure reading news1 headings loc rI New Phone No 91 FRiDAY DECEMBER 4 1908 THE HOSE WAGON 1Ve understand that the fire committee is to report to the City Council i riday night bn the question of a hose wagon Chief Baldwin and Cap lain Hackett made a trip to Colum 4bus 0 the other day and investi gated the subject Winchester can forf1500 to 1800 and an automobile machinffor 2300 to 3000 It is lip to the Council The city absolutely needs the apparatus Fire p protection is inadequate now Two jVfires at opposite ends of the city would leave the fire department help I ilessAll the leading departments are fitting out with automobile machines now They cost a little more in the r beginning but are said to be cheaper in the long run They arc far quicker in getting to the fire And when a ffire breaks tout it is the first few minutes which count f Winchester must have a wagon of some sort It is better to get the best The city is short of money Rut it is always in that condition We understand that the apparatus can be secured on long time and pro vision can easily be made by the city paymentsyv THE POSTOFFICE fr tTbe postal deficit according to the report of Postmaster General Mey firs exceeds 16000000 and the es imated deficiency for the current year is the same amount Such fig wnres would have frightened our Statesmen and people a few years r go when the entire expenses of the Department did not run to this sum fit today seems to be a day of jig things We talk of the great expense of the mighty standing armies 0of Europe and the serious drain on their people But the pension roll of r the United States is equal to the army expenditures of any one country otI Jurope The postal deficit is partly caused by increase in the salaries of the r employes and partly by great im provements in the service We do not Mlove the people as a whole grjdje either of these expenditures The Postmaster has suggested two r soiirfjes of income which he believes woDld altiiiately put the department on a pa ylng basis the postal savings bark and the parcels post delivery The formerhaspyroveditselfinother v countries a wonderful success In two EL peaking countries iGve tt hlj4 and Canada hundreds of millions of dollars have been in irnsted to the departments There mciendsiitSelftQ deposits ft this can succeed in any Bother coif riri wily not in America The fro v f Clarkare myr71 l with the reclutmen t 2 dation coriaeriing the parcels post The Po tn aster General believes that it Avouldbe wise to try the plan at first on only four rural routes This is the same way the postofiice depart niHiil introduced rural service It wts tied just in a few counties and now tnfilions of rural people are served Be would limit the parcels tr be sent to local merchants and would shuntout the greatmail order it7ues that are so much feared by the small country merchant THE CHRISTMAS EDITION Thp New s proposes to issue on December 15 ite Christmas edition It will be larger in number off page than the regular edition and will cont tam o much matter appropriate to the holidays Christmas stories poems and illustrations by noted authors and artists will be someof the feat ores The News has now a circulation of 700 lamer than that of any nub licatioh in this territory It thor oughly covers Winchester and Clark county and we send a early after noon edition up the L Erailroad This circulation of the News reoro sents a reading public of at least 8000 The wideawake merchant who ex peets to secure his share of the holiday trade and Vjerhans a little more than his share knows that the best way to reach the buying public is through the columns ofa live paper that is read by all members of the family The News is that medium We have already received orders for advertising in the Christmas edition Any business man who wants space had better call at the office or tele phone new phone 91 and the advertising man will call on him POWERS AFTER GOLDEN IN SPEECH AT LONDON Former Prisoner Denounces Ancient Enemy Instead of Lec turing LONDON KYJ Dec 4 According to previous arrangements Caleb Pow 1s came down from Barbpnrville yes ter lay to deliever what 1Vas announ ced as his lecture on Right Forever on the Scaffold Wrong Forever on the 5hjoneJ The lecture was free and one of the largest crowds ever atiieiMl here came to hear him Ills speech was anything except what the subject would indicate His purpose in taming here at this tune was twofold His main reason was to take a few shots at his old enemy Cpttlin B B Golden of his own town who is a candidate for the Re publican nomination for Commonwealths Attorney before the primary toale held next Saturday in theTwen tySeventh Judicial District Looking After His Fences His ccond object is to took after his fences in his coming battle with thisbit for the Republican nomination for Congress two years hence Powers denied that he was at this time a candidate for Congress but it is understood that he intends to make the race Congressman Ed wards was present and did not ap pear worried over the demonlstration in Powers Captain Golden spoke in the fore noon in the interest of his candidacy andanticipating Powers bitter at tack upon him explained the first cause of friction between himself and Powers which he said liad existed ever since the beginning of xthe Span ishAmerican war l Scores Golden Unmercifully Powers went after Golden unmerci fully amid the cheers of his personal admirers and those who oppose Gul den in his race At the conclusion of Powers speech Golden again took the floor and ina masterfulspeech showed Powers motives in coming here and assaulting him No such interest was ever seen in any race as is being manifested in the contests for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney STOPPERS Carry home your small bundles yourself Remember the merchants and their employes are overworked thoughtful MEETING CLOSED Eld J M Rash closed a meeting recently at Livington Rockcastlc county with eight additions He held a meeting at that point in February whichresuted in fiftyfour addi ions i iy J l p i 1 tIiIF M1I tdtc i g LE MUST RAISE REVENUES PIckaway Legislator Says Dry Count ties Are Short of Funds Columbus 0 Dec 4Representa tive George W Bowers of Pickaway county Is making a study of conditions that nave arisen through the loss of revenue through voting out saloons in dry counties Mr Bowers declares new sources of revenue will have to be found to make up the deficits thus created In his own county the saloons were Voted put and a serious problem con fronts some of the municipal corpora tions especially Circleville where the revenue from the Dow tax took care of a large share of tlra expenses of the city The state Mr Bowers fears will be reduced to the extremity of levying taxes on other business to secure fundsIn connection he is looking into Alabama laws which are revenue producers The Alabama law puts a tax on professions It also taxes con fectioners and other small dealers over and above the general tax levy FightWashington Curry of New Mexico arrived in Washington to renew the fight for statehood for New Mexico and Ari zona He conferred with the presi dent who is in full sympathy with the movement and leftfor Hot Springs to confer With President elect Taf- tKELLOGG BAFFLED IN LOAN INQUIRY Archbold Professes Ignorance of Trainer Transactions New York Dec 4Efforts on the part of federal counsel to obtain in formation regarding the loans aggre gating 22000000 to P E Trainer jy the Southern Pipe Line company a Standard subsidiary came to nothing in the crossexamination of John D Archbold For over a year Frank B Kellogg government inquisitor has pursued every trail to find out the purpose of these large loans but now appears to be no nearer the solu tion of the mystery than when he first propounded the question of the borrowing Mr Archbold said he knew of no reasons for the loans which he said might have represented the adjust men its between refining companies which Mr Trainer supplied with ol Mr Trainer who is connected with the Standards pipe line system had previously testified that he did not know of the loans and never received the money Much of Mr Archbolds crossexam ination had to do with rebates paid by the railroads in the early days Mr Arctibold took the position that the rebates at that time were a mat ter of bargaining in which each ship per strove to obtain the best terms Some amusement was created when Mr Archbold declared that when one obtained a rate from a rail road man he was not always sure but that on his way home the railroad man would give some other shipper a lower rate COMES TUESDAY IMfSSAGf Adjourn Monday Out of Respect to Allison Washington Dec 4 The presi dents annual message to congress will be read to the second session of the Sixtieth congress on Tuesday next instead of Monday the opening day of congress according to the plan announced The senate will ad journ on Monday out of respect ro the memory of Senator Allison Immediately after appointing a committee to wait upon the president and after any new members are sworn in Speaker Cannon said that the house would also adjourn after new members are sworn in and a com mittee appointed to notify the presi dent that the house is in session Tuesday probably will be devoted solely to the reading of President Roosevelts message Jilting Leads to Suicide Sioux Falls S D Dec 4That the suicide of Mrs Lillian Falconer Doty at a Brooklyn N Y hotel after securing a divorce here was due to her being jilted by a man she expected to marry soon after reaching the east is fully believed by prominent members of the divorce colony in this city At one of the apartment houses where slue resided during the time she was in Sioux Falls it was said that it became known through a mis take in the delivery of a letter that she was in correspondence with a Mr Norris or Morris in New York city Woolen Manufacturers Busy New York Dec 4 Treasurer Arthur M Cox in his report to the American Association of Woolen and Worsted Manufacturers at its second jrnual meeting declared there had been a marked improvement since tradeTwoLowden Goes to Reformatory Cincinnati 0 Dec 4EdmundC Bowden former bookkeeper of the Provident Swings bank of this city who was arrested In Baltimore on a charge of embezzling 5000 from that Institution was sentenced to the reformatory on an indeterminate cen tenceV i a rte J 1ftJ Itl fi H LOOK HEREmTTTE are neither going out of business nor do we contempl tte any erchanandisey By reason of having purchased large quantity of 17 Quart Disti Pans I I we have placed them in our show windoW and will sell themYwhile they last for the phenominal price of I SO Cents EachI I They are abeutiful Gray color with Three Coats of lnameland are the kind you usually pay 75c to 100 for Get One NowThey Wont Last Long GRUBBS BENTONontheColnelI iVt11fl1 L 117 1l1l V 1 1hJTr ASSOCIATED CHARITIES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Mi Sterling Organization Names C w Harris as its Pres ident MT STERLING Ky Dec 4Tlw Associated Charities of this city have elected the following officers for the ensuing year President C W Harris secretary JohnS Prazier collecting committee S S Fizer Rob ert M Trimble John R Sharn W A Sutton and Harry Campbellwith Messrs R T Mastin W A Sutton and James H Wood as a Distributing Committee The Associated Chari ties will look after and care for all of the Door and need who are de serving in Mt Sterling during thin winter Elks Memorial Sunday The annual memorial service of Mt Sterling Lodge No 723 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks sill be held at the Christian church in this city next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock A special musical program has been arranged and Hon William Rogers Clay of Lexington will deliver the memorial address Dies in California- Mr John C Tipton formerly ot this county died at Red Bluff Cali fornia a few days ago and his body was interred in that city Ho war about 70 years old and served as ShEriffof Montgomery county many years ago He is survived by ono daughter Mrs Howard Wilson who resides in the county Remodels Old Building Dr J F Reynolds will at once be gin to remodel his brick business house 4t the corner of Court and Maysvil e streets The entire fron will be taken out and replaced with one of ron and plate glass of mod ern desi n The upstairs will also be- reconSWl1cted and will be fitted up and operating room will occupy Purchases Nice Cottage- W TTofFmnn Wood agent has sold to J 0 Kash Deputy Colllebtor this L EyriiS cottage on Winn street price private Possession giv en at once but Mr Kash willnot move until the spring Burned Child Will Recover I Thp twoyearold daughter of 0 B quark who was badly burned at her home near Judy is getting alone nicely and will recover The childs mother who in saving the little one was badly burned will probably lose theuse of one arm as a result f FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce JAMES M BENTON as a candidate for Circuit Judge for the Twentyfifth Judicial District composed of Clark Powell Jessa subjecttoty We are authorized to announce J SMITH HAYS as a candidate for Circuit Judge for the Twentyfifth Judicial District composed of Clark J Powell Tessa mine and Madison counties subject to the action of the Democratic par ty WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the Ro1sher Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and Whit Pearl flour has no eaual yFi it s1 rK Meritin merchandise handled by has done a great deal for this house during the two years of itSl existence w 1f F- 4i1Yft prHirsh Wickwire Co IIII V F lLi It ME- 1rq J We have been careful to keep the stan dard up to the highest possible notch and we know we have succeeded beca u o e our business has grown steadily evermonth since its existence n Our Suits and Overcoats at 2000 are the best values we can find If there were any better we would have them Our Haberdashery is the kind that particular dressers appreciate The prices are nofhigher than are asked for or dinary goods Our Hats correspond to other lines carried Splendid styles latest colors and good values in every way Johnson O Murphys Fine Shoes for gentlemen have no equal RupardStewartCo SOMETHING TO ADMIRE is the exquisite finish and beauty of a suit of clothing made by MAYER BROS Our fabrics are the most ex clusive and elegant that are im ported and there is a style about our clothing that cannot be imitated try4fhaving The Cincjnnati Tailors French Dry Cleaning and Dying a specialty Telephone No 528 Next to Auditorium Lift Off the Head of a barrel of our lime Note how free from hard unmixable lumps it is How fret from dirt or anything foreign That is one reason why experienced luilders always use our building materials They know the econlllyof using the bestIwhicl is tlE en ly kind we Let thei perence beyour teacher The Wire POiAIZDi1 COST COSTS3 Beginning Saturday December iltwe will offer at Ct IIH IMU 11 arming Ire plements feVggi s s iarn i r ti tc + You must lifiv ih vi iiLS 1lJ1ext3dIY why wait and p t 0 IiI c Itit tan get tl1emat cost We have everything used on the 1 MeCordTacy- f farmMeCarmck r tx ferry i1 a I 4 4 tun r1- T rt J t r msr t THE WINCHESTER rfEWS t tDt rrI OpIETY i Fortnightly Club Hisa Fanny Hampton will be hostess for the Fortnightly Literary Plubilecember 14 i y Marriage Announcement x Many of our people have received willfMrs Eva Bruce requests the honor of your presence vathe marriage of her daughter Anna r K to on MrOthc Hamilton Vardeman V the afternoon of v Iuesaay December fifteenth eightVTat three oclock Baptist church Heresford Texas b 1 Beautiful Reception One of the most magnificent en tertainments given in Winchester 4 receptionThK Thomas and Miss Ethel Thomas The lovely home was magnificent in its decorations and gaiety for this memorable occasion As the guests entered the hall which was beautifully decorated with ferns palms and all kinds of potted plants with Jk vases of huge crysanthemums to give that little touch of color so pleasing to the eye they were greeted by sweet strains of musi from the First Regimental Band Cincinnati which was statione- beneath the from sthefoot of the stairs by Mrs Ernes- dean gowned in exquisite white usheredrr was thrown open to the pleasure o the guests In each room were cu flowers to match the wallpaper perfectly arranged and suitable for a queennI guests passed into ythe drawing room with its costly hangings and rare bricabrac Magnificent American Beauty roses were used in abundance to add grace and beauty to the scene Over the hangings in the door ways around the chandeliers an the candles smilax was entwined In this bower of beauty Mrs Thomas in old rose directoire satin with hand ebmroidered bands Thomas beautiful in a simple whit hand embroidered Parisienne gown CariHanson in black lace over silk and rare old lace trimmings receiv ed their many guests in a charmin g manner Mrs John Reese in white embroidered chiffon asssited in entertaining After mingling together and eriI joying social intercourse the guests were ushered into the dining room with its magnificent mahogany fur iriture The table was beautiful f with a cover of Cluny and decora tions of silver candles fruits almonds and mints Each piece of furniture had the cover of Cluny tn the sideboard was the magnifi i cent Sheffield tray Vh3 tea service and much silver which had been handed down from other generations Huge yellow and white chrsysantheinums were the flowers used in this room Atfer being served to sumptuous menu Miss Robinson gowned in grey messa line with fringe trimmings led the way into the library which was beautifully decorated in yellow and white chrysanthemums and smilax The register was here Many exquisite gowns added beauty to the already beautiful scene The remembrance of thb delightful entertainment will be held dear in the memories of those present forI years to come Many people came from Mt Sterling Paris and Lexington to be present for this charming event There were about five hundred guests in attendance during the afternoon s Family Reunion thetwife of Ruckerville Monday No vember 28 the occasion being the fortieth birthday and the twentieth anniversary of the marriage of their oldest daughter Those present were Mr and Mrs R H Brook shire and daughter Nellie Mr and Mrs Ollie Hardman and children PricecFranklindhire RuckertParrish Nettie Sue Pace Sallie and Carrie Rupard Mrytle Todd Joella Sams Nettie and Weldon Hardman MattistWalden Maggie Green Ethel Bar row Miss Haggard Messrs Bur am Adams Jesse Pace Gilbert and John Thomas Fred farrish Ira Weldon Jos Ragland jr Newt Silas George Albert and M Fox Johnnie Conkwright Chester Hagjj gard Sidney Twyman Simpson Gaitskill Vernon and At Adams EverettdB T Wills Dr Allen John Bush wife and twa children Owen Port wood wife and five children Mrs Twymane6 Mrs Clark Entertains A most attractive and enjoyable Euchre party was given Thursday afternoon by Mrs George F Clark The housa was decorated with potted plants ferns palms and pink carnations Tables were arranged in the hall drawing room and din ing room The hostess charmingly gowned in white received her guests in the hall She was assisted in entertaining by Mrs Orlando Hoskins Miss Kate Hunt and Mrs Harvey Frank lin Master Garland Clark marked the progressions ANNOUNCEMENT Our jHoliday J yourInspection Bigger Better CheaperI THAN EVER Come and look over the stock whether you wish to buy or not The Winn Furniture Co N BRugs of All Sizes Greatly Reduced r l Are You Interested loolfthrj gestions here 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And he hurried oft without waiting for a reply Sri I was now assured that Dodd ridge Knapp had not displaced me in tie Omega deal It was a recess to prepare another surprise for the iStreie tand I had time to attend to a dutyfThe undertakers shop that held the morgue looked hardly less gloomy in the afternoon n sun than in the light of breaking day in which I had left it when I parted from Detective Coogan fFh office was decorated mournfully Liz accord with the grief of friends who ordered the coffins or the feelings of the Bucyiying relatives on settling thejbins am Henry Wilton I explained to thefman in charge There was a body leftt here by Detective Coogan to my order I believe Oh yes he said What do you wait done wlthit1 T explained that I wished to arrange to have It deposited in a vault for a time as I might carry it east Thats easy done he said and he explained the details Would you like to feee the body he concluded We- embalmed it on the strength of Coog an order T shrank from another look at the battered form The awfulness of the tragedy came upon me i with hardly r force than in the moment when I had first faced the mangled and r bleeding body on the slab in the dead roamThe undertaker was talking but I knW not what he said I was shaking with the horror and grief of the situa renewedmTlift for life if law and justice were to f bet had 1 Well take it out any time said this undertaker with a decorous ref flection of my grief upon his face Would you like to accompany the re mains fc decided that I wouldr nowai haveL1As soon as you can Theres noth rrgto wait for i Tho ride to the cemetery took me t t thahadf attention to the streets through which B passed My mind was on the friend 1fhose name I had taken whose work I Was lp do I was back with him in oar boyhood days and lived again for tae fleeting minutes the life we had Ifred in common and the resolve liew stronger on me that his fate i Bould be avehged Arriving at the cemetery was soon Yer The body of Henry Wilton was s Committed to the vault with the single mourner looking on and we drove in the failing light underfalters beforeJ t I streetEamp the carriage and gazed about me I andnitso1 my first night Inv San Francisco d f As I was paying the fare a stout gure stepped up to me againtppHtfSTfiah I had met on my first night I San Francisco 1 Ob Corson how are YouV I said heartily recognizing him at las I ofhimfay nerves after the errand from comet Ive a bit of jgjper for ye And after some hunt lug he brought it forthul was asked tQhand this to ye I wok it in wonder Was there Coogttan I tore open the envelope and x read on its inclosure t mum tonite to thehouse Shure if Ispure life is wurth gavei- nX Muther Borton J V CHAPTER XIV Mother Bortons Advice l I studied the note carefully and alien turned to Policeman CorsQn y When did she give you thisand where grintf j Lve it to meTwas a boy askin for L1ecDo you know him says he Z do that says I Where is he says le 7- mom dont know says IeHas e says heeHe has says I V Where is it says he Whats that t t says I Yesyes I Interrupted But where did he get the note IA I was just tellin ye sor said the policeman amiably He shoves the iote at me agIn an says he Ws Im 1YJIOrtmt says he Go UB there say t 41 Last room top lao righthand Rfifnre I comes to the corner un t V t t t r f OJ I cnr 8OBBSl2ZJIZ I here hes after me agin Hesgone says he Like enough says I Whenll he be back says he When the cows come home sonny says L Then therell be the divil to pay says he I pricks up my ears at this Why says L Oh hell be killed says hecandIU git the derndest licking says he Whats up says I makin a grab for him But he ducks an blubbers Gimme that letter says 1 and yotflust kite back to the folks that sent you and tell them whats the matter Ill give your note to your man if he comes while Im on the beat says L I knows too much to try to git anything more out of him I says to meselfthat Mr Wilton aint in the safest place in the world and this kids folks maybe means him well and might know some other place to look for him The kid jaws a bit an then does as I tells him an cuts away Thats half an hour ago an here you are an heres your let terI hesitated for a little before saying anything It was with quick suspicion that I wondered why Mother Borton had secured again that gloomy and de serted house for the interview she was plannIngIThat was very kind of you You didnt know what was in the letter thenNo sor replied Corson with a touch of wounded prIdeuUs not me as would open another mans letter unless In the way of me duty ceDo you know Mother Borton I continuedKnow her know her returned Corson in a tone scornful of doubt on such a pointceDo I know the slickest crook in San Francisco Ah its many a story I could tell you Mr WllI tori of the way that ould shedivil has slipped through our fingers when we thought our hands were on her throat And its many of her brood we have put safe in San Quentin Yes I suppose so said I dryly But the woman has done me service saved my life I may sayand Im willing to forget the bad in her x Thats not for me to say sor but tlieres quare things happens no doubtThis note I continued ufs written over her name I dont know whether it came from her or not but if she sent it I must see her It maybe a case of life or death for me An if it didnt come from her asked the policeman shrewdly Then said I gImlYuIts likely to be a case of death if I venture alone Ill tell you what Mr Wilton said Corson after a pauseuIf youll wait a bit Ill go with youthat is if there isnt somebody else youd like better to have by your side tonight You dont look to have any of your friends about Just the thing I said heartily Theres no one Id rather have Well go down as soon as we can get a bite to eatIll have to wait a bit sor till my relief comes Hell be along soon As for getting a bite you cant do better than wait till you get to Mother Bor tons Its a rough place but Its got a name for good cooking I was bewildered I guess theres not much to be got pauseTherday morning but the rats I spoke with considerable emphasis Thats quare nowr he said looking to see if was a jest behind the words But twas all there whe McPherson and I put a club to a drun as was raising the Ould Nick in the place and smashing the bottles nqt six hours ago When we took him awry in the Ixpress wagon the ould woman was rowling out those long black curses in a way that would warm the heart of the foul fiend hi self There was some fresh mystery about this I held my tongue with the reflection that I had better let it straighten itself out than risk a stumble by asking about things I ought to knowCorsons relief soon appeared ItSa nasty night he said buttoning up his overcoat closely as Corson gave him a brief report of the situation on the beat 0Its good for them as likes it dark said Corson Its just such a night as we ha when Donaldson was murdered Do you mind it Do I mind it Am I likely to forgit it Well a pleasant time to you me boy Come along sor Wed better be moving You wont mind stepping up to the hall with me will ye jjrhile I report Certainly nojt I said with a shiver half at the grim suggestion of murder and half at the chill of the fog tahe cold vapor through to the skin Corsoon Well stop and get one Ill have mm from the station The silence of the house of mystery was no less threatening now than on the night when Henry Wilton was walking through thehalls on the way stoutheartsed policeman by my side gave me con fldence and no sig showed tJl pres fafC4r 1 ence of an enemy as I secured Henrys heavy overcoat and the large revolver he had given me and we took our way down the stairs A short visit to the grimy foul smelling basement of the City Hall a brisk walk with the cutting wind at our backs and I felt rather than saw that we were in the neighborhood of the scene of my adventures of a night that had come so near costing me my life and then I saw the lantern sign give forth its promise of the varied en tertainment that could be had at Bor tonsHere we are said Corson We pushed open the door and entered The place had the same a pearance as the one to which I ha been taken by Dicky Nahl A flnfe night Mother Borton said Corson cheerily as he was the first to enter and then added under his breath for the divils business Mother Borton stared at him with a black look and muttered a curse Good evening I hastened to say I took the liberty to bring a friend he doesnt come asan officer to night The effect on the hags features was marvelous The black scowl lighten ed the tightdrawn lips relaxed an there was a sign of pleasure in th bright eyes that had flashed hatre- at the policeman uAh its you is it 1 she said sharply but with a tone of kindness in her greeting I didnt see ye Now sit down and find a table and Ill be with- y after a bit We want a dinner and a good one Im half tarved Are ye honey said the woman with delight Then Its the best din ner in town ye shall have Here Jim Put these gentlemen over there at th corner table v Its not the aristocracy of stolle ye get here said lighting his pipe after the coffee but its prime eating I nodded in lazy contenment and then started up in remembrance of the occasion of our being in this place as the shadow of Mother Borton fell across the table If you will go upstairs she said sourly You know the way I your friend can spare you uls there anything that cant be told before him I asked Youll be safer In my care than in his she said with warning in her toneYes yes I know I am safe here but howls it with my friend if I leave him here We came together and well go together The crone nodded with a laugh that ended in a snarl If the gang knew he was here there would be more fun than you saw the other night Dont wpriy about me Mr Wilton said Corson with a grin Ive stood her crowd off before and I can do it again if the need comes But Id rath er smoke a poipe in peace You can smoke in peace but its not yourselfyou can thank for it said Mother Borton sharply Therell be no trouble here tonight Come along And the old woman starts for the door Are you sure youre all right asked Corson in a low voiceuTheres men gone up those stairs that cam down with a sheet over them Its allright=that is unles- thered danger to you in leaving yo here No Go ahead Ill wait for ye Id as lief sit here as anywheres I hastened after Mother Borton who was glowering at me from the door way and followed her footsteps in si lence to the floor above Mother Borton walked the passage cautiously and in silence and I fol lowed her example until she pushed ppen a door and was swallowed up in the blackness Then I paused on the threshold while she light d a candle and as I entered she swiftly closed and locked the door behind me To be continued CLUBkTwothirds of Lindens Residents Are Members of It Lden Mass boasts of a club which overtwotnfrds of the town idents are members whose object i is to Improve the minds and bodies of the tomItself It Is known as the Literary and Athletic AssocIatIom of Linden Lately the club members have bee busy repairing the clubhouse knows as Association hall located in the cen ter of the town This building has been Idle for the past five years Its central location mattes it an Ideal plat for soda gatherings The society was organized In a char acterlstfc manner One evening last July theresidents were startled by th violent ringing of the bell in the old ringingdforce This was just what the club officers wanted and wTen the people had gathered Charles A Westcott the president addressed them telling them that the old clubhouse had been Idle long enough and that It was a pity if such a town as Linden could not have a club of which to be proud Then a plan was outlined for the club to become a corporation of business terests and for shares to be sold an all were invited to invest Perpetual Asset neOh I say remarked the bluffer to is brother drummers in an endeavor j reawaken interest did you chaps proprIetorfas just died Has he drawled Snaffle unsympathetically To whom lid he leave the sandwiches New vork Gioba v3A j A y H cL Bot Soda SIMPLDELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY N YOUdto come alsothen you wills y it too Noth ing so invigorating and warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Cofdfountaind Martin C okDrtig- Company NEWeBaKery Firm We have opened np our Bakery x in the Simpson Building 1 05NMain St l and are now ready to serve the SATURDAYswe will have on display a nice assortment of Layer and Plain Oakes Yeast and Sale Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on hand jfGoods delivered to any part of the city Givelis a wall WINCHESTER BAKERY NORTH BROS Props To Whom it May Concern t 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 service bringeyou cansuonly be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoria BOTH PHONES Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager The Capitol of the Unit ed States is paintedwith HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT i Doesnt this seem to show that it would be a useSend for Sample CardsI I EEVEsaNo 9 E Broadway Waystde Weed Destruction periodIWay to destroy wayside weeds The otherfallless excellent for fields and rural ptants but the most speedily effica dons remedy that can be applied to the rank growth on our vacant city tots Is a good sharp hand blade wield ed by a lusty army says the Memphis Commercial Appeal The attention of the board of health and the chief of police Is hereby called to this homely whodtains a public nuisance just as much as does the man who keeps a burglarl ous cow or who allows a pool of water to stagnate In his yard A scythe will correct the evil without the Interven lion of chemicals Work the Gammon Lot of All In all the civilized countries of the world 60 per cent of the persons ova r vIngt xiti cfi f r Fy Do Men Read Advertisements i- I Read This One at Any Rate I THIS COUPON r 0 Cut out and presented to us is good for 5Oc on a Cash Purchase Mens 500 Shoes Gooi VntilthASS1E The Shoe Man We Do Not Reserve Anij 5 Shoe in our Store MASSEE The Shoe Man HEATERS wvv ni We are making a SPECIAL PRICEno on Garland Heaters and Cook Stoves 950 Heater to close out S PROPORTIONWitt Grant Co- Winchester1SO N Main St Ky it Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO agojustion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been I b steady growth fro the start in the number of our f depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are cordially united to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all businessII J M HCbGKIN Cashier J L BROwN President L B COCKRELL Vice President ti 1 u Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE WinchesterBank OB WINCHESTER KY N fr WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS HAMPTON PrC F CURTIS Cashier THE Hart County National Bank MAIN STREET Minsbsstsr Icentusicy Capital 200000 Burplu 100000Undivided Profit36000 vOrRanlsed 1866 being the oldest Bank In beultr Collections made on all points and your ar aunt FI Ifclted WINCHESTER T ILORIN6COP N1 M 8C H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphys Store opp Court House Conkwrighi Transfer and Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Main Stree Both Phones I Nothing New You hear many strange things toll of life Many of them ire exaggerated many are untrue There isnt a great deal m life that Is really strange Its the same old story and only wonderful to the youngAt chi- son Globe f l i r J rHASAN GASOLINE Engines II SIMPLE t lLIA6L J ECONOMICAL I Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES j HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG CO 4INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY SEE GILBERT BOTTO FOR Fresh S Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PBONESOPEIA HOUSE BLOCK I 18861908THE- BEST INSURANCE IS THE CIIEAPEST F you are not Insured F Ind our office at once WRite or phone for rates and terms i BEfore Insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY iSimpson Building Both Phenes 71 p CALL ON NElSONThe Transfer Matt by day or night if you want fyour baggage transferred f OFFIGEHome Phone 94 Nlflfit Phone 339y MaHrg s Picture a herd cf S00 kM andfmats 407 horses and colts 710 and 488 steers Then think that the IsuVPlywith enough leather for only a single day rsR1f f f t1 t l t 1r i THE WINCHESTER 7rjj t flue SeVeft IIIJEIImBU I 1 I iI thej CHRISTMAS EDITIONi Ell III offII the WINCHESTER NEWSI g 11IIItiWfilm Some of the BEST CHRISTMAS STORY WRITERS will appear limits columns tI fII fIII It will be PROFUSELY ILLUSTjRATED with Pictures ap propriate to the Season- mE CHILDRENS STORI Sand CHRISTMAS POEMS will featurei T 1 OF CITY OF 1 Thfe Zenith City of the Unsalted Seas is More Than a DULUTH Dec 4There is a side Jight on the growing importance of Duluth in the announcement that the Northern Railway has acquired control of the Duluth Rainy Lake and Winnipeg Railway for somewhere about six million dollars concerned in the traffic of the Great Lakes and especially so seeing that the improvement or otherwise of of tie vast territory that drains into the Gulf of Mexico through the mighty Mississippi Draw From the We- stj The Lakes draw from the West The Gulf of Mexico draws from the North The Northwest is the real battle ground for magnetic suprem 1 acy as between Duluth and New Orleans The Northern Misissippi basin which includes the Missouri- w extends from the mountains of Wash ington eastwards to within fifty miles of Duluth which has tremendous advantage in pulling the export and import business of the States ihoh stretch towards the Canadian bor der Every step towards thedeep v ming of the Mississippi is a step towards the development of healthy rivalry for northwestern trade and nothing is more interesting than to learn how the Northwest is shaping itself in this regard 4 Hudson Bay Slope Duluth is the only Lake port oft e United States which gets large business from the Hudson Bay slope of this continent Parts of South f Dakota drain into Hudson Bay as well as sections of Minnesota and a considerable part of North Dakota Some of the Minnesota Iron Mines are beyond the height of land so that of the United States comes from i this region that is ordinarily sup posed to be among the everlasting snows t y Its First Fiscal Year- In its last fiscal year the Duluth i v Missabe and Northern Railroad which brings the ores from the mines J y between Duluth and Virginia to the l f lakeside carried thirteen million tons t of ore which was shipped to Eastern smelters and it is this road which has the new connection with Canada along with the Duluth Rainy Lake and Winnipeg and so stands to gain a share of the enormous and phe nomenally increasing wheat traffic of the prairie provinces of Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta This will be a new feature of the business of the Duluth Missabe and Northern The roads bv which the reat elevators at Duluth are filled do not pass through the ore bodies which support the wonderful mining towns of northwestern Minnesota and of course also supports the Hun dreds of thousands of people engaged in the manufacture of iron and steel in the States of Illinois Indiana Ohio Pennsylvania and New of Condition The Duluth Missabe and Northern Railway is a doubletracked road in the finest of condition and though it has carried so much ore will be able to take care of whatever new busi ness will offer from the Canadian West But it will gain more than this for it places Duluth on a direct short line between Chicago and Winnipeg and gives he busines men of the Middle Western States not only an additional access to the great market of the Canadian Plains which is cultivated by manufacturers of all kinds of goods but it furnishes the millions of the Middle West with another avenue into a coutnry which fut i ummering purposes is not equal led on the continent Resorts in Woods The resorts in the woods and by the waters of Wisconsin are admir able but the growth of population and of wealth sends people more and more into territories which are peopledalmost entirely by wild an imals Duluth connects with Ca padian territory at Fort Frances by a bridge which crosses the outlet of Rainy Lake two miles from Fort Frances Rainv Lake is within two hundrqd and fifty miles of St Paul and Minneapolis Although it is only forty mils long in its greatest length its shore line is so tortuous and its arms so many and wide spread that the thousands of is lands that dot its surface have never been counted A railway both skirts and crosses the lake whose coming popularity may be judged from the fad that in pne month last summer over a hundred of its Islands were people for summering purposes Io Abounds with fish and the country draining into it is full of moose and other big game In 0i t f xF when the moose come to the water to feed it is no uncommon thing foacanoeman ascending one of the streams to see from twelve to twenty moose in a day- Smelters at Duluth That this country will be more and more used by the people of Duluth for a great access of industrial pop ualtion is imminent The United States Steel Corporation have at last decided to establish smelters at Duluthso that the market can be natural mineral base The intense heat of the summer time prevailing n the central West does not affect Duluth The summer davs are hot enough but the nights by the lake are invariably cool and a combination of city wild woodland and numerous rivers flowing in to the lake together afford a great scope for recreation to the inhabi tants and to visitors Remarkable Fame Duluth was first given a remark able fame by the speech of Proctor Knott before the Committee of Congress in 1871 The speech has been reprinted by the Duluth Commercial Club as a piece of advertising It is one of the most brilliant pieces of persiflage in all literature The Com mercial Club has reprinted it because so many of its predictions made in a spirit of extravagant ridicule have actually materialized as is shown most effectually in the articles by William E Curtis in the RecordHerald which are reprinted alongside Knotts speech The Zenith City of the Unsalted Seas is more than a phrase Duluth is that and also the portal of a country boundless in wealth unsurpassed in beauty and incomparable in quality His Mean Trick There certainly are differences in feelings said the woman who sometimes philosophizes or at least different ways of expressing them uA few days ago a shocking Incident occurred In the apartment house where I live The janitor who was an un usually good looking man about thir tyflve years old killed himself for some wholly inadequate reason some difference with his employer Of course everybody in the house war much upset by the tragedy and I with other tenants went down to the base ment to see his wife and offer aid The wife however seemed more resentful than grief stricken Would you ever think such a fine roan would do such a mean trick she exclaimed New York Press Subscribe For The News ft ilThe Well Read is the IIIwIllattention by every member df the 1700 families to whom it is a IfmItthe guide for days of the holiday trade l Iim m The Wise Advertiser Not Overlook This Exceptional Opportunity m m 1 ITHE WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY INCORPORATED JL m m B WONDERFUL GROWTH DULUTH PhaseI everyi Suf proportionof YorkFinest hlypadtime Northwesternits To the Advertiser Paper Always Valuable Medium III shopping thebusiest IJ Will 4Canadian Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES IBEST in the World BUSH on the Corner r1 1Drugs I s Stationaryand Paints 1 IIIS THE STORE OF QUALITY I Both Phonos 46J Rawlins Storew- ants to sell you yourI Lard Cans- Meat Grinders9 Butcher KnivesA- lso yo- urHusking Gloves Come to see m- eT C RAWLINS 5u L You Cannot Answer These Questions I lWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one ata time when you can stretchout ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 7 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofafaucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat fromia the best filter plant South of the Ohio River C at IUmll His Ailment poor man said Mrs didnt get a wink of last suffering dread fully the in the small of his back c t rtt sf i 4Why have a dry dismal = looking yard when yen it filled with green and blooming flowers and can at ihf same time get rid of the dust in the street pWhy suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort rind healthof your family right in the house 5S6Is not true the an swer is not lack of money jbufc lack economy and enterprise and indifference to gettingtk most out of fifeSl F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works COSINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all about itYoull be surprised how inexpensive these privileges are lil Making Window Frames I I My sleep He was t r can of used to be a slow and therefore expensive pro nobodyrof making canbuy I of any size Our line of millwork includes many things besides windowJ frames We can supply you equally well with all the trimmingsof a house from the front porch to the back do r RP SCOBEE SON en COINCORPORATED husband Lapsling night from embargo V v ft f- j have grass them FromOnworld a 25000acre affair near Ant thirdofcigar wrappers in the United Staten j il t t r t J Elglit THE WINCHESTER NEWSif c t Baseball Season- Presidential Election CHRISTMAS J a BALDWIN BROS JEWELERS OPTICIANS I 0 SAM JETT LOSES HIS- TAMEWLD CAT V Gat is About Half Grown Owner SV Would Like it Re1 Tr s turned I One of the wild cats that were cap tired at Torrent a few months ago and that have been on exhibition at I Sam Jetts saloon on North street for some time escaped from captivity a few days ago and is still alargeThe is about half grown and does not show any sign of fight when anyone comes near him but seems perfectly contented with rambling about in the back yard of the differ- entr saloons No one as yet has attempted to molest him or pet him like they would I their house cat They all say they are not afraid but just dont like to fool with a wild cat MEDICINE THAT IS MEDICINE I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that kens me well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver trou tiles and for run down conditions says W C Kiestler of Halliday Ark Electric Bitters purify aril en rich the blood tone up the nerves Wand impart vigor and energy to the rlIIyou lips Drug store MRS MARCUM IS ILL ty Wife of Murdered Attorney Has Se vere Case of Typhoid Fever JACKSON Ky Dec 4Mrs Abrelia Maroum widow of the late Attorney J B Marcum is seriously jll st Her home here with typhoid fever ahd her rihysicians and friends are alarmed about her condition She was taken ill three weeks ago after havinp been engaged for three weeksw in waiting on Tier laughter 3Jrs Flannery who is also confine afc her home with fererand 4or the stfew days she has been growing rsex It will be remembered that her sov epteeityearold daughter Imogen dTecllii September with typhoid fever f bpd Mrs Marcuiu hda not fully re ft tcrcd Irvin this when she wits r tyken ill hcerselC i POSTAL APPOINTMENTS 1 1 ASHINGTON Dec 4Postmast- ersapnointed for Kentucky Ham ilfon Calloway county Joseph Frank = Ea Thurman vice T J Bell resign e Tanksley Clay county lola Rob eijts A Floyd was appointed rural carrier and Cannie Grimes substi tire on route No 1 at Oakland 3000 feet moving pictures at Opera r I house Saturday night Admission ten cents 1242t t A DANGEROUS OPERATION L is the removal of the anneiidix by a siirgeon No one who takes Dr subjectoto this frightful ordeal They work sb quietly you dont feel them They cure constipation headache bilious Vness and malaria 25e at Phillips Drug store V UNABLE TO GIVE BAIL r IllnTON Ky Dec 4Two Paytonyoungand Blanton who were caught Wed nesday night in the act of robbing the store of Nathan Day at Neola this county had their examining trial Thursday before Charles F Allen a Justice of the Peace and were al r lowed han in thesum of 500 each lowed bail in the sunTof 500 each They were brought to this place and lodged in jail Hats at your own price MRS E vr HAGGARD i242t l The Hippodrome skating rink will open Fridaynight f 11 lands of silver and brass nov vjdties Fine cut glass Mrs E W HaGGARD 1242t i i Why Is IU I j Why Is It that the woman who isa mac hater always tries to make hers Vteirtook Hke a maul ictI t iti The falls hveh d their fun the politicians theirs and now comes our turn THE HOLIDAYS to you realize how close to hand they are It is just the right time now for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full of New Goods We are readyits your play Come be the first to make your selection Avoid the rush AND Main ITHE MARKETS I CATTLE ACTIVEAND PRICES ARE STEADY Oil CINNATI 0 Dec 3Re ceipts and shipments of live stock at the Cincinnati Union Stockyards to day were Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 347 5403 278 Shipments 73 2471 Cattle Active at steady to strong pries shinnres 755590 extra fi000625 butcher steers extra 515535 good to choice 475 510 common to fair 325460 heifers extra aCO475 good to choice 375450 common to fair 250365 cows exha425q 450 good to choice 365415 common to fair 150360 canners 125250 bulls staedy bolognas 300350 extra 3GO365 fit bulls 350400 milch cows good steady to strong other grades slow Calves Stead extra 800 fair to good 6255775 common and large 3005750 Hogs Opened steady closing closing weak to o shade lower good to choice packers and butchers 600 5610 mixed packers 550600 stags 300500 common to choice heavy fat sows 375550 extra 560 light shippers 485550 pigs 130 lbs and less 37 5 485 Shtep Strong extra 400 good to choice 4335390 common to fair 125325 Lambs Strong extra jlOo 615 good to choice 550nGo6 common to fair 400525 CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGO Dec 3CattleRec- eipts estimated 21000 steady to a shadeshade lower Beeves 350 780 Texans 360450 westerners 340580 stockers and feed ers 270475 cows and heifers 160510 calves 50D700 38000I5105587 mixed 540rn612y lieavy 5455615 rough 545 565 good to choice hjaavy 565 615 pigs 375490 bulk of sales 5655595 SheepReceipts les timated 30000 steady Native 250 485 western 275480 yearlings 420 500 lambs 400 675 western 400665 MAY WHEAT BEATSALL RECORDS CHICAGO Dec 3For the tliir successive day wheat for May leii established a new lib rnponV Market for the season when it sold on the local exchange today I110 Range of Futures The leading futures ranged as fol lows WHEAT Open High Dec new 1 05V 1 037s May 1097 110 5c July 1 0314 J 03 4- CloseLow Dec new 1 05 1 0501 May j 109s 110s July 1 03V8 103 CORN Open High Pee Gi613May 624 6314 July 62 4 623i Low Close Dec 607 614sMay 62V2 63Y- J 6931UNew Electric and Gas Fixtures T S BUSH 1241tI WILL CALL PASTOR Providence Baptist Church will call ti pastor Sunday and a full attend ance of the membership is desired COOK LINVILLE PARIS Ky Dec 4Miss Lizzip Cook daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Gook of this county and Sylves ter Linville of Georgetown secured u license here and were married in the private office of County Clerk Paton by Elder Carev E Morgan I I German Fleeced Blankets 104 German Fleeced Blankets 114 pair size regular 150 kind at per 9ge Big each Heavy Comforts 100 kind 5ge Extra Quality 150 Comfdrts fancy each covering both sides 9ge Outing Flannels heavy grades in checks and stripes regular 81e12r4c value at Flannellets 12ic grade latest 81epatterns at per yard I 100 BARGAINS 59pair 115worth 71Shoes 20or IworthReduction onMissess Childrens Shoes We are our 750 Cloaks for 45O I our 10 Ladies Cloaks 7 Our 1500 Cloaks for998S- pecialBoys Corduroy Knee Pants at 38c s LOOK FORTH E STAR I dWiaolADDITIONAL SOCIETY Bridge and Fortytwo Mrs W A Beatty will entertain at Bridge and Fortytwo Satur day afternoons i PERSONJES Mrs F B Wentworth Ief Tuesday for Newport where she will remain for a weeks visit with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs M T McEldowney are with the formers mother who is at Valley Ky 1 Mrs C H Reeshas returned from Louisville where she attended the marriage of Miss Mary Baker to Dr George M Rees The bride is a daughter of Judge James M Baker Mr Homer MacNeill spent Thurs day night in Lexington Mr Sam Powell has returned from Louisville Miss Fanny Sue Bush returned home Thursday night from a de lightful visit in Lexington Mies Ruth Beall is out of town for a few daysIMiss Alan Crutcher is visiting in Nicholasville Miss Hattie Owings of Mt steri ling was the guest of Mre J E Qaitskill Thursday Dr Hugh Stubblefield was in Mt Sterling on business Friday Mr Arnold Hart returned toI ThursdaYT after a visit here Miss Clay Croxton attended the German in Paris Thursday night Mr James Buckner of Purist was in town Friday Mrs Matt Walton of Lexington is the guest of Miss Lizzie Taylorr and attended the Thomas reception Thursday A line of furs at cost MRS E W HAGGARD 1242t r SHOPPERS Carry home your small bundles yourself gemember the merchants and their emnloyes are overworked from the holiday trade Be thought ful of others The prettiest Christmas stock in Yinchesterb1gstock of halldpaint- e leather goods pillows banners by rioted New York artist Mrs E W HAGGARD 1242t DAISYS Freshcandies Kiclwells1222tx The Winchester News is delivered lay carrier at 10 cents per week I Ir LI I t t t t t r I T3 Close our 15c Straw Matting at per yard lIe Mens Heavy Fleeced Shirts and- Drawers all sizes 50c ode at per garment 3ge Mens Heavy Yarn Half Hose at per pair J9L Ladies Heavy Yarn Hose Blue Mixed25c kind at IJfL Ladies Fine Dress Shoes worth2at 1 35 Big and offering Ladies All for zes Flemingsburg INJUNCTION PREVENTS SHIPMENT OF TOBACCO Pendleton County Board of Control Claims it is in Burley Pool I FALMOUTH Ky Dee 4 William Blackburn drove to town with seventeen hogsheads of tobacco which he had prized and unloaded it in t depot here preparatory to shipping- it to Cincinnati The Pendleton County Board of Control of the American Society of Equity heard of this and secured an injunction to stop the shipment on the ground that the tobacco was pooled in that society Blackburn claims it is not pooled but it is still held at the depot here to await the decision of fBlackburnbuyer and a large land owner t lives near the Harrison and Perdle ton county line Heatlers124lt INVESTIGATION IN PROGRESS Into Several Kentucky Cases By Civil Service Commission WASHINGTON Dec 4It leaked out today that the Civil Service Commission is investigating some Ken tucky cases that promise more or less of a sensation when publicity is given to the charge The Commission is exceedingly reticent about the case but it is be lieved they grow out of political activity in the recent campaign Mem hers of the commission say the time has not come to talk end they are reticent over the matter rfr THIS IS WORTH READING 4 Leo F Zelinski of 68 Gibson st Buffalo N Ysays 1 cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklens Arnica Salve Iap plied this salve once a day for two days when every trace of the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at Phillips drug store 25c- KINGS 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 getwhat you want and aid a good cause at the same time 121 8 1 Do your Christmas shopping early and in the morning and aid the mer chant and his clerks I rAG ti ALL LEADING MAGAZINESAND WEEKLY PAPERS SUBSCRIBE NOW If you have not yet renewed immediatelyI can meet any price quoted by any agency Call or write for my Now Catalogue H H PHILLIPS MARKED FOR DEATH t Three years ago I was marked for death A graveyard coughwas tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bac Kv The first dose helped me and improvement kepton until I had gained 58 pounds weight and my health was fully inI stored This medicine holds worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at Phillips Drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free THE NEWS by man 3 a year CLASSIFIED j FOR SAlEHouse and lot on Pearl street Good well size of lot 60 feet wide and 210 feet den ITmrFIELD or J W DECK agent 1233t rLOST Heavy lambs wool brown driving glove right hand Pease return to The News office and re veive reward 1231t LOST Mysteriously disappeared from the home of Nathan Golden a white setter dog with black spots answers to the name of Fleet wearing a collar bearing the name KyIfhe will be liberally rewardedand no questions will be asked 1233t l FOR SALE One secondhand Moores Air Tight heater Will sellcheap for cash Apply ate Bushon the corner 124tfW- ANTEDSliamPooing manicur ing massaging Save your comb ngs for braids rats puffs Call R B Woodfofds residence Home shone 221 Imo FOR SALE Moores Air Tight stove largest size in good condition To be seen at T S Bushs store 124tf FOR SALEAt a bargain one first class cottage organ J N MUL LINS postoffice box 444 Winchester Kentucky 12l3t FOR RENT House iofnear College Price 16 M A BAXTER 12l3t LOSTOu the Paris pike brown fur muff Finder will please return to this office 1130Gt agencyRepliescare News 11303 FOR SALEGood new house with four rooms stable cistern and other conveniences on Washington between Vine and Smithavenue Call on JOHN H STANDIFORD 1127lmo FOR RENT Onehalf of house r four rooms on corner Lexington avenue and Burns street DR GLENMORE COMBr Trustee 1127tf FOR SALE Fine bronze gobblersiMrs J F Golden Tenn phone 332 11 o12ot- FOUNDTlie best place to get a bathand your barbering at Brown Proctoria spopI SHOOT KING MonFri FOR SALECottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue und Bcckher street W P AZBILL 1113lmo FOR RENT Nice cottage on Sort street Apply to W Z Haggard 1J 2314t WANTED Hustling energetic man as salesman and collector for the Singer Sewing Machine ComPany Good wages can be earned Apply S D Harris Main street near Citizens Bank Phone Nos Home 838 394 1223t The Bethlehem C W B M Auk iliarly will have a special service Sunday December 6th Prof W C Noro pastor of the church will de liver a special sermon on the work All are invTtid J Great Scott If our people dont know a good thing when they see it no use of looking for people who do- W mean this in candid sincerity and we want to thank the people who have so generously heeded our solicitations for their work in the last six weeks We are now adding to our force at the rate ofi one man a day Andnow that the Tobacco money is soon to become a Prodigal Son lets all put our shoulders to the wheel of prosperity and show the world that Winchester is not only the home ofthe largest deals but is the largest 10000 city of this glorious Amer ca And that the Eagle Casting Co of Winchester incorporated is giving better York and better prices on Castings of all kinds Coal and Lumber Cars Cement Clamps Gas Furnaces and Structural SteelJrZ than any similar institution in Kentucky Z i ef G CORNELL Genl Manager f t r0 h f1 a 1t r