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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r t tilf tr I E Edition It 1MMr i NO 48 KY 7 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK I t Will Act as and Men Will to be Laid k i is in readiness for the that is to be given here at night to the members of the District T Board of the Burley Tobacco Soeiet will be the first meeting of the Board held since the big sale wa made and to show their pf their nreat victory the members ofthe Clark County Board of Con the Club and other citizens of the home of the Burley Society have for them one of the greatest banquets ever given in I menu that has be m for the occasion is the finest that has ever been set before a IjVqf men probably in this State The menu cards are gotten up The card is decorat ed on one side with a tobacco leaf and on the reverse is the pic tures of the members of the Board of Control and President LeBus and Secretary Brooks Shearer the florist has charge of the decoration and has already be gun adding beautv to the already attractive dining room at the hotel Tine place cards are all i i r t But of the Sa CC Are Out r r Cleveland 0 Dec 7 =Fiftyfive of dhloV 88 counties are dry Seven are wet This is the result of six months work on the part of the Ohio AntiSaloon league since the Rose county option law went into effect Of the 55 counties in which the saloons have been voted out five went 1under an old law As little prog ress was made by the antisaloon fol lowers under that law it was displaced by the new law which has been successful Voting will be held The counties remain dry or wet ac- cordingi to the vote for three years In point of population the state is nearly half dry now In point of area it is twothirds dry Most of the dry f counties do not contain large cities So far about 1730 saloons have been voted out which Is estimated to be about onethird of the total number that were in the state before the county option voting began i Telling the Truth The fellow who tells the truth and only the truth all the time wont be popular but hell get a raincheck for heaven all Union II ly L1JtlItI ymIylYlIjllyl Iy jr r j i r t I t LARGEST CIRCULATION IK AND COUNTYc t aY1 l N S VOL1 WINCHESTER MONDAY DECEMBER I I tL REAM FOR GREAT TO BURLEY TOBACCO OFFICERS liyolHi Garner Toastmaster Many Prominent IP Respond Toasts100 Plates to Everything banquet TuesdayIjThis appreciation trotand Commercial Winchester prepared Kentucky The prepared gathering attractively beautifully side handpainted t BUCKEYE STATE IS- TWO4HIRDS DRY Only OneThird loons Voted 26fr rightManchester ift WINCHESTER CLARK tIU WINCHESTER EWSJj BANQUET i and are very attractive there being no two of them alike Among some of the distinguished gentlement that have been invited to attend are Judson Harmon Gover norelect of Ohio and Hon James Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture in President Roosevelts cabinet Up to the time of this writing neither have been heard from furnished by Saxon and Trosts Or furnished by Sakton and Trosts Or chestra of Lexington and the Win chester Quartette The chairman of the speakers bureau advises that the following will respond to toasts Dr J L Weber Mt Sterling Ky Why we are Here Prof H K Taylor Winchester KyThe Weed s Judge Ed C ORear Mt Sterling KyThe Farmers 1776 Judge William Lindsay Frankfort KyWhat the Government has Failed to do Mr R W Nelson Newport Ky Shall we Hang Together or Hung Separatelv Mr Joseph Severance Frankfort KyWhat I am in for Mr John E Garner of this city will act as toastmaster and it is need less to say that he will keep the ban quet on a swift move- SWEDISH wine pnuQiii TAKES PRUSSIC ACID Charles Ekstromer Commits Suicide Because of Trouble With Superiors Special to The News ST LOUIS Mo Dec 7Charies Ekstrprner the Swedish Vicecon sul here committeed suicide today by taking prussiac acid He lias been worried for some time over trout bis with his superiors MITCHELLGRANT Mr J D Mitchell formerly of this city but now of Pauls Valley Oklahoma was married Monday morning at Owensboro to Miss IIH Grant Both the contracting parties have a number of friends Here who extend them their good wishes ELKS MEMORIAL Winchester lodge of Elks held their memorial service at their lodge room afternoon The ceremonies consisted of a ritualistic service and only members of the order were pres ent Col T G Stuart presidedat the services Do your Christmas shopping early and in the morning and aid the mer chant and his clerks YIIll ly1N lylly IlylylI 1111fillyy1177 I 111tr ri6rlrtfttltl Ir 111 111411 Illlblllrllr tlrr ll l llrl IIIIIIJ1 11- i1lilt im lyl abrtstmas 1E hon m I y mglIlJmt51 3tcws will issue its y fIW ti 11141 Christmas Edition on IJ 171y1ftttllyl h t mi It will carry may Special Ho11 lil fIylaY Features Christmas Stories m Poems Illustrations Etc rIII mH lIt will be the Shopping Guide M y j hIII t MJtradeIfjr 1il1ITHE ADVERTISERS WHO DESIRE JI w SPACE HAD BETTER NOTIFYI hlI THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY IN crrI ithlv i Llt tb UHncMster news INCORPO ATEDII iiF I Y1 ifJ I t i i 1l l hl tl Iw 141111tlI I r1y yL i X 4Y r rr GRAND JURY IS INPANELLEU Judge Benton Extends Term and Sets All Cases on Docket For January The regular December term of Cir cuit Court convened Monday morn inn Judge Benton presiding After selecting the grand jury Judge Ben ton dismissed court until after the rimary for nominating a candidate for Circuit Judge which is to be held December 31 and extended the term until the 30th of January 1909 Judge Benton assigned all cases that are on the docket to be tried the first four weeks in January The follow ing is the list of names drawn for the grand jurv R L Duvall J F Lanter John G Pursley Ben D Goff W R Tuttle Philmore Osborne S R Redmon R D Gooden A R Curry S J Sin fessell J C Conkwright D B Hampton R S Scobee W P Azbill olIn F Davis J N Hisle W B rlodgkin J Harvey Hunt H W Scrivener Will Huls J J Fishback Joe S Lindsay H S Bush John R BushJudge Benton after giving the reg ular charge recommended that they meet Monday Tuesday and Wednes day of this wee- kCOMMRClA CONGRESS MEETS IN WASHINGTON Mr R R Perry of This City One of the Representatives of Kentucky Mr R R Perry left Saturday night to attend the Southern Com meicjzlCongress which convened in Washington D C lpndaVlmtml1n- gII Perry is one of the delegates from Kentucky appointed by Governor Willson Secretary Straus calls the convention to order and General Wright will be the direct representative of the present administration irt the congressOn 91h 10th and lath the Na tional Rivers and Harbors Congress will hold its fifth session gathering in Washington prominent men from all parts of the United States to worl for the establishment ofa Federal policy that shall develop as rapidly as possible the full usefulness of the lines of transportation laid down by nature in navigable streams All in attendance upon the Southern Commercial Congress will be re garded by the National Rivers and Harbors appointedbdelegates thus openinp the wayfor very heavy representation from Southern StatesrProgram of the Congress The program for the meeting fol lowsSouthern Health Conditions Climate and TemperatureSurgeon General Walter Wyman The Influence of the Panama Canal on the Industrial Development of the Nation General Luke Wright Secretary of War Ports of the South and Foreign Trade K J Sanders New Or leans Water Courses of the South John A Fox Arkansas Southern Railroads and Their NeedsJohn F Wallace New York Water Powers Frank S Washburn Nashville Tenn Coal ResourcesProf L C Glenn Nashville Tenn Iron ResourcesE C Eckel Washington D C General Mineral Wealth C W Hay es Chief Geologist Washington D Cotton Monopoly and Cotton Manu facture EDison A Srayilie Fal ser S C Building Material Cement Marble Clays Granite Wm J Oliver Knoxville Tenn Timber Resources of the South John L Kaul Birmingham Ala The RevolutionCharbence H Poe Raleigh N C Present and Prospective Educational ProgressDr E A Alderman University of Virginia Summing Up Speaker still unse JZ5 c 5 t Zft7 1t y t 4 o PlACES EDITORS ON IN BAD LIST President Replies to Panama Charge- D nies There Was Deal Hot Springs Va Dec 7The following correspondence passing be tween President Roosevelt and Wil liam Dudley Foulke has been made public by the latter Mr Foulke says Sir The Indianapolis News not only during the campaign but even after its close continmllymaking administration as well as against Mr Taft in connection with the Pana a purchase as for example the following The Panama MatterThe campaign is over and the people will have to vote tomorrow without any official knowledge concerning the Panama canal deal It has been charged that the United States bought from American citizens for 40000000 property that cost those citizens only 12000000 Mr Taft was secretary of war at the time the negotiation was closed There is no doubt that the government paid 40 000000 for the property But who got the money We are not to know The administration and Mr Taft do not think it right that the people should know The presidents broth erinlaw is involved in the scandal but he has nothing to say The can didates brother has been charged with being a member of the syndicate He has it is true denied it But he refuses to appeal to the evidence all of which is in the posses sion of the administration and whol ly inaccessible to outsiders For weeks this scandal has been before the people The records are in Wash ington and they are public records But the people are not to see them till after election if then Where are these inaccessible rec ords When did they come into the possession of the government and what do they contain If the state ments of the News are true our people ought to know it if not true they ought to have some Just means ofes timating what credit should be given In other matters to a journal which thus disseminates falsehoods The president says My Dear Mr F ulkeI have received your letter aid have read it in connection with your previous letters inclosing quota tions from the Indianapolis News a paper edited by Mr Delavan Smith As Mr Smith certainly knew that all the statements he made were false both as to this Panama matter and as to the other matters of which you inclose me clippings and inasmuch therefore as the exposure of the fals ity will not affect his future state ments I am not very clear what good will result from such exposure but inasmuch as you evidently earnestly desire some answer to be made and inasmuch as you say that some rep utable people appear to believe the falsehoods of the News and Mr Smith and inasmuch as you seem to think that his falsehoods as regards the Panama matter are the most prominent I will answer them The News states in one of its is sues that probably some of the docu ments dealing with the matter have been destroyed This is false Not one has been destroyed It states that the last documents were sent over in June of this year the object of this particular falsehood being ap parently to connect the matter in some way with the nomination of Mr Taft As a matter of fact the last papers that we have received of any kind were sent over to us in May of 19044and they have been accesible to every human being who cared to look at them ever since and are ac cessible now You quote the News as stating that the people have no official knowledge concerning the Panama canal deal The fact is that the people have had the njost minute official knowledge that every impor tant step in the transaction and every important document have been made public in communications to congress and through the daily press and the whole matter has been threshed over in all its details again and again The News gives currency to the charge that the United States bought from American citizens for 40000 000 property that cost those citizens only 12000000 The statement Is false The United States did not pay a cent of the 40000000 to any American citizen The News says that is properItymoney We are not to know The administration and Mr Taft do not think it right that the people should know Really this is so ludicrous as to make one feel a little impatient att having to answer it The fact hasI been officially published again and again that the government paid 40 000000 and that itadthis 40000 aJ ViLlitf Jf f t r i t la s r t 000 direct to the French government getting the receipt of the liquidator appointed by the French government to receive the same The News con tinues sayingthe presidents brother inlaw is involved in the scandal but he has nothing to say The presi dents brotherinlaw was involved in no scandal Mr Delavan Smith and the other people who repeated this falsehood lied about the presidents brotherinlaw but why the fact that Mr Smith should be held to involve Mr Robinson in a scandal is difficult to understandThe says that Mr Charles Taft was a member of the syndi cate So far as I know there was no syndicate there certainly was no syndicate in the United States that to my knowledge had any dealings with the government directly or in directly and inasmuch as there was no syndicate Mr Taft naturally could not belong to it The News demands that Mr Taft appeal to the evidence by which it means what it calls the records that is the mass of papers which are stored in the war department All of these docu ments that possessed any importance as illustrating any feature of the transaction have already been made publicNow my dear Mr Foulke I have answered in detail your question and the statements of the News You are quite welcome to print my answer but I must frankly add that I dont think any good will come from doing so Mr Delavan Smith is a conspic uous offender against the laws of honesty and truthfulness but he does not stand alone He occupies for instance the same evil eminence with such men as Mr Laffan of the New York Sun editorials of whose papers you or others have from time to time called my attention For ex ample I have just made public the following statement concerning a tis sue of utterly false statements which appeared in Mr Laffans paper the Sun As the New York Sun story en titled Roosevelt and Prairie Oil has seemed to deceive a number of people the following statement was made public about it As soon as the story was brought to President Roosevelts attention he not only called for reports concern ing the statements from the depart ment of justice and the department of the interior but also communicated with e Secretary Hitchcock so as to be sure that the presidents recol lection was not faulty The story is false in every particular from begin ning to end Not only Is there no such report in the department of jus tice and never has been but no such report was ever made In granting the franchise of the Prairie Oil and Gas company the president simply approved the recommendation of Sec retary Hitchcock submitted to him precisely as all other recommenda tions were submitted The fact is that these particular newspapers habitually and continually and as a matter of business prac tice every form of mendacity known to man from the suppression of the truth and the suggestion of the false to the lie direct Those who write or procure others to write these articles are engaged in the practice of men dacity for hire and surely there can be no lower form of gaining liveli hoodI doubt if they themselves remem ber their own falsehoods for more than a very brief period and I doubt still more whetheranybody else does Under these circumstances it seems hardly worth while to single out for special mention one or two given falsehoods or one particular paper the moral standard of which is as low as but no lower than that of cer tain other papers Therefore as far ag I am con cerned I would rather make no an swer whatever in this case But I have much confidence in your judgment and if you feel that these men ought to be exposed why you are- welcome to publish this letter DISI BOWDEN LOSES HIS DAMAGE SUIT Jury in Case Against Lexington and Eastern Find For De fendant The jury in the case of D S Bow den against the Lexington and Eas tern Railroad Company returned a verdict Saturday afternoon in favor of the company Mr Bowden was suing for 10000 for injuries received when he was struck by a passenger train in this city last July Mr Bowden was struck at the Pendleton street crossing and he claimed that it was through neg hence on the part of the railroad beforeIsignalIDo your Christmas shopping early and in the morning and aid the mer chant and his clerks t t tY j 7 tc A I Wr It ra1 1I 1r 1rMrMrW1tVWl1hM y WEATHER 1t TonightTuesday J1 merI CONGRESS GETS TOGETHER TODAYt Little Important Legislation isti Jrl f ViewWill Take Two JfWeeks Recess S Washington Dec 7If tne Kepu6 lican leaders in the senate and hou stretain their present views the legiai lation of the session of congress which begins today noon will include very little except the appropriation bills These appropriation bills will carry in the aggregate about a billion dollars and the general opinion is that in the time that will be allowed the two houses will find they can best serve the country by giving proper attention to these appropria tions As a matter of fact while the sea sion will last for almost three months the actual sitting time will cover only a little more than two months A recess of two weeks will be taken for the holidays and at the beginning of the session the senate If not the house also wilt sit only for about four days a week There will be a general effort to hold the appropriations down to the lowest possible limit but the probabilities are that they will this year as they did last exceed a billion dollars It is generally understood that there will be a bill for the im provement of rivers and harbors and it will carry not less than 25000ut0 or 30000000 It will also be neces sary to make provision this year for the census of 1910 and this will re quire an extra outlay of not less than 10000000 The fact that the managers desire to restrict legislation will not prevent other members of the senate and house from exerting their efforts In behalf of favorite measures The first effort in this direction will be made in the senate by Mr Foraker who will renew his attempt to have pass ed the bill authorizing the reenlist ment of the negro soldiers who werefdischarged without honor on account of the Brownsville riot This meas ure will be the special order for Dec 16 and when the order was made yrustyrx last session Mr Foraker stated that he Would use his utmost endeavors for the success cf the bill B C CLOYO WINS OVER B B GOLDEN s In Struggle in 27 Judicial District Lewis Defeats Faulkner For Judge LONDON Ky Dec 7HontWill- iam Lewis of London was nominated for Circuit Judge in the Twenty Seventh Judicial District by theRe publican primary Saturday over pres ent Circuit Judge IT C Faulkner by about 2500 majority Caleb Powers friend J C Cloyd was nominated over his old enemy B B Golden by about the same maw jority for Commonwealths Attorney Mr Lewis carried every county in the district and every precinct ex cept two in Clay and two in Knots V His majority in Laurel county will bt about eleven hundred fifteen out of r ei manjority In Jackson county nine precincts out of eleven majorb ity His majority in that county wilt be about 500 Clay county exceptif two small precincts give Lewis 135 majority The county complete will give him about 200 majority Lewis Carries Knox County J Twelve precincts out of eighteen in Knox county give Lewis 513 major = ity and the county complete will swell his majority to about 700 JCCloyds majorities over Capt B Bf i Golden for County Attorney are asJ followsLaurel 1200 Clay 350 Jackson 950 Cantain Golden has onlv ear vied his home county of Knox and his majority there will be about 350 Twelve out of eighteen precincts give r him 292 majority v f DRY WORKER KILLED AT TRAIN CROSSING t Special to The News r V NEWARK 0 Dec 7IDs Cal vin Miller a worker for the drys at the noils in the local option ele c= tion bomb held here today was kill df at a crossing by train She is the 1 wife of a B 0 baggagemasterr yr f JrJ Hf j i ti ti1 r Plgf iwo THE WINCI 1ESTER NEWS i mm i v 5f BEAUTYfr ofJiI Experience of Idaho Town With t5t Two Railroads ji oNE DEEMED AN EYESORE iB The Other Considerate of the Peoples fv l Rights and the Municipalitys Wet fare and AppearanceStriking Dif Terence Between Their Depots f From one end of Bathdrum Ida to the other almost running parallel eastt and west two railroad lines are i-portant adjuncts of the village They physical character of one disfigures and mars the surroundings the other f has been constructed with a view to giving an additional beauty to con tignous points The Northern Pacific at this point is s positive eyesore to all the inhabit juits of the village and no less so to the traveling public says Bartlett Sin clair In the Spokane SpokesmanRe slew In the construction subsequentl improvements and maintenance of jthIs great commercial highway here At least nothing seems to have been a omitted to Impress the eye with its repulsIveness J It enters the town from the east through a beautifuL grove of native pines Without apparent demand for the act the old right of way was sunk spine ten feet through that lovely spot destroying hundreds of the most sta- telIt trees and as if more distinctly tq orJndicate the ravage the stumps of the f monarchs the huge limbs and trunks lie promiscuously on the banks of the depression There may still be seen disgusting evidences of the old camps Jt the army of vandals As the road gets into the heart of the town the grade increases in eleva flow until at several points it divides the town by an embankment of five to Atteen feet The sides of this embankment stretching like a huge black serpent through the town are covered with filthy cans useless scraps of rail road iron fragments of old cars condemned and ragged ties all set in a bed of black and gray ashes No description of offensive refuse but may be Seen or smelled on the right of way within the town limits For twenty years a space covering a margin of two blocks has been used AS a dumping ground for the discarded ashes from the engines This accumu lation at times reaches a height of tenor twelve feet and a width of twenty feet and protrudes for a distance of UOO feet along the right of way within the town limits Sometimes this un jlghtly pile Is higher and wider but at all times it is there The commercial aPzpeaIed time and again for relief but all r 40 no purpose The railroad authori ties are impervious The horrible mass Is coextensive for Several blocks with the south walk of the recently laId out village park Its byvx The prospect from the park in the direction of the road destroys all sense of the natural grandeur of the beauti andiof that foul embankment is submis lively endured The people think they have no recourse But that is not all The old depot buildings and platform are a positive disgrace not say menace to safety The railings are down and one of the depots is without steps necessitating r an acrobatic or monkey feat to get within This great corporation with millions at its command maintains the dirtiest yard and surroundings in the town The poorest and most parsimonious person of the village supports nIcer and more aesthetic surroundings So long as this ulcer is maintained In its present condition our village- rbeautifully situated stand in bad repute And so must many another These unkempt railroad grounds are the first and last sight of all people who visit us The nauseating odors fill the atmosphere and the rough slopes of the roadbed strewn with ashes and dirty debris from many and miscel laneous sources shock ones sense of the beautiful There are so many towns in the same suffering helpless class with Bathdrum between the coast and St Paul that the situation becomes onc of general interest and concern Some thing ought to be done The other railroad which intersects the village is the Idaho and washing1 ton Northern As is well v road is a recent creation and passes between Spokane and Newport and is the work of the Blackwells A larger part of the road has been completed Cand the extension into the Metaline Jr section is going forth at a rapid rater The Blackwells in the construction of he road have given a valuable illus tration of the truth that a railroad line through a village or city need not be a disfigurement and may be so built as to lend an artificial picturesqueness to the landscape and to municipalities l The wise and considerate course was I pursued by these contractors and true s artists of cleaning up behind them as the rails were laid No unsightly ref use was left to mortify the sight along j the right of way Besides a beautiful Roadbed even and regular the mag nificent country through which thei fttondpasses is not marred by moun f+ tains of InufftaO rreetons stumns And r riaILt r tx discarded machinery ties and the like The original beauty of the country is preserved The same nice sense of public obliga tion Js displayed even more emphatically by the Blackwells fatherland son when their road gets Into town Qne can read in their engineering and con struction performances the very char acter of the men The right of way in this valley is a veritable park Said the elder Blackwell recently when thanked for the splendid depot at this point We build our road to stay and our depots for comfort and beauty In striking contrast with the North ern Pacifics possessions in Rathdrum the Blackwell depot is indeed a beau tiful creation It is built in the cen ter of an entire block bought and cleared of expensive dwellings in or der that a park might be made around it It is modern In all its appoint ments and Is a permanent and valua ble adjunct to the village of which ey ery citizen is justly proud Its existence has stimulated an ambition on the part of the people to im prove and beautify their homes It af fords daily intense satisfaction to the eye and instead of giving forth the idea of cold commercialism there is involved the sense of altruistic consid erationsThe fully understand the rights belonging to the public and have a very much nobler form of worship than that of the dollar All this you may see in the comforts safety and embellishment of this road and Its equipmentThe have proved that the presence of a railroad is not necessarily a pathological or scenic nui sance In taking into account the needs and wishes of the villages through which their road runs they have done much to modify prevailing hostilityjustifiable hostility to accu mulated railroad wealth They have given additional value to vested interests and augmented immensely the comforts of all having dealings with the road TOWN COW CiVIC PROBLEM Women of a Tennessee Municipality Active For Improvement What can be done in the way of civic improvement in the smaller mu nicipalities has been demonstrated by the Civic Improvement club of Hunt ington Tenn Organized in August 1906 with thirty members the club now numbers fifty Inasmuch as the clubs membership is limited to wom en that part of the work for a more beautiful city which requires the serv ices of the men is left to the Hunting ton Commercial club and in many things the two organizations cooper ate to advantage- Interest in the work for which the improvement club was formed was great from the beginning Some of the questions to be considered were limiting the range of the town cow re pairing the streets and sidewalks the suppression of weeds along the side walks and the removal of waste paper and sweepings from the streets By the cattle quarantine the town cow soon was kept in proper bounds Councils were moved by public senti ment to repair unsightly sidewalks and cut down tall weeds The club bought a dozen garbage cans and dis tributed them in various parts of the town so that shopkeepers and householders could put their waste paper and trash in them Through the efforts of the club the barren square at the railroad station was transformed into a park The railroad company fenced the park set out the trees and furnished the gravel for sidewalks The Commercial club paid for the work of grading graveling the walks and a supply of grass seed The womens organization planned the walks and flower beds and superin tended the planting Much of that work was done by members Two flower parks were placed in the town square under the sole care of the Civic Improvement club These for merly were vacant lots adorned only with hitching posts weeds and a sunk dry collection of tin cans All the plants flower seeds and shrubbery were supplied by friends of the club In addition the club was active in getting seventyfive trees planted in the highways and now Is urging the planting of 500 more For the benefit of the boys and girls of the town the club is planning for the establishment of a public library What the Press Can Do One of the most powerful influences in the upbuilding or improvement of city or town is the public press Many instances are on record where highly effective work has been accomplished in a very short time It is but re cently that a Seattle editor who had long and persistently advocated a mu nicipal cleanup decided to take more drastic action So he sent forth his photographer to take pictures of refuse dumps close to residences of prominent people of filthy corners and byplaces close in and of the deplorable condi tion of a tiny brook which runs otIand each day two or three were shown in the paper with the result that a general rush was made to clean up before the photographs showed too many residences of wealthy people close by filthy refuse dumps Some in dignant remonstrances were made but of what use is it to scrap when altogether to blame The controversy was too one sided and a much cleaner Seat tie resulted in a very short time Doubtless much could be done along this line by scores of periodicals in rcouthern California especially in small centers where no systematic collec tion is made of garbage or other ref Use PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT 1 JOUST Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEYriSON Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si WfnchesterKy BECKNER BECKNEB Attorneys At Laws Winchester Ky PENDllETON E 6H BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches r Ky DR Wi C WORT NGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a mj 2 top i m and 7 to 8 pi m New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester v TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as follows- O O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m No 23 Daily i II 57 a m No 28 Ex Sunday 630 pin No 24 DailyV 925 p m C 6 WEST BOUND No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m No 23 Daily 438 p m L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 a m No 83 Daily no 11 59 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 p m No 31 Daily 1109 p in L N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily 448 a in No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 82 Daily 250 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m- No4 Daily 813 a m L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am No3 Daily 620 p m LEXINGTON EASTERN RY COi Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 Daily Daily Stations PM AM jv Lexington 2 25I 735 Winchester 3 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435I 943 Torrent 956 Beattyville June 510 1017 Athol 5 1045 0 K Junction 6 371 1115 ArJackson 6 1120 Nol No3 No5 Westbound DailyjDaily Sun Ex Sun Only AM1 PMJAM jv Jackson 610 220 700 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 640 252 730 Beattyville Junc 707 320 754 Torrent 7 30 341 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 826 Campton Junc 748 357 8 2- 8Stanton815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 902 L E June 900 07 934 Winchester 9 12 15 20 9 45 ArLexington ID55 05 10 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton Junctipn Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville Junction Trains Nos 2 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A lYtf ALLEGES HIS STOCK WAS POISONED CAMPON Ky Dec W H Ledford a prominent farmer oi this county has brought suit in the Circuit Court against V T Chapman a prominent young merchant of Pine Ridee this county for 500 alleging that Chapman poisoned a fine mare and cow belonging to him THE NEWS by mhilp a year r a r w J 0Vl t JOBPREVTIN I Our Plant is equipped with the latest ia c l ties to turn out the best of Job I Work t Our Business has increased materially- in the past month It is growing steadily from day to clay People who never patronized this office bes fore are bringing their work here l f Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small tope vent our giving it the very best of attention We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsate turned out of this office the day they are proms ised There is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and foldedwotk Lawyers Briefs can be set as expes ditiously and cheaply as in any part i f of Kentuckys All We AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again THE- SATINCHFISTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winchester JOB PRINTING t I ff It- r rR1V h I f 1- 0 bp 1II1l It I ITt 1 1r L I t IjI J 1 i i It i 1t i ri f t t t I fh e y ifk 7 5v t t igiti xr 7 r f T I rv S r o f THE WINCHESTER NEWSPZn Thrtfc T SMALL STILLS FOR THE r MAKING OF ALCOHOL I Tfce Type of Apparatus Which Is Being Used in France receivedtknow about a small apparatus used in TwoiI s F f 1 = IJ A Small French Still years ago congress passed a law tak ing the internal revenue tax from denatured alcohol This bill was passed with the aid and by the influence of farmers who were led to believe that this bill would help them settle a hard question of light and fuel Many of them thought that after this bill was passed the average farmer would be able to make alcohol on the farm lat a low prIce and that he could use this alcohol in placp of other fuel The result has been disappointing to such farmers The price of alcohol Is still so high that it cannot be used in place of wood or coal At the time the bill was passed says the Rural New Yorker we told our readers that we felt sure the alcohol industry would be much the same as the beet sugar business that it would not be made on the small farms but concen trated in the factories where farm l 1 1 One of the simplest forms for four horse evener is shown in the illustra tion which is selfexplanatory except for Besides double es of ordinary plow length and the stick of tough oak from which to make the evener two pulleys large enough so a small link log chain will work through them two bolts to bolt the pulleys on two pieces of Inch wide strap iron bent and used as braces for the pulleys are required These pieces of strap iron had better be bolted also Their use is to furnish a brace for the pulleys Any small link log chain can be used if too long it can be wrapped around the plow where hitched Now for the In the first place the stick needs to be five feet four inches long and from the right end to the first pulley it is just seven inches This is to the center of the pulley From the center of the right pulley measure 15JA inches and bore a hole which is where the plow head By E M Swain Apple trees do best in a fertile clayey loam or white oak soil land on a southern slope Varieties should be chosen which are known to be hardy in the locality Nearly every state station puts out data on this subject The trees should never be planted closer than 24 feet each soil should always be well packed about the roots For several years regular cultivation must be carried on J Between the trees crops of or small fruits may be grown Clean culture to prevent infection Vby insects and fungous diseases The trees should be watched for c borers which eat in the trunk These y t- t produce is brought very much as sugar beets are brought to the factory or milk or cream to the creamery There is still however a demand for a small distilling apparatus but we have been unable to find any of them made in this country From a French catalogue however we have engraved two devices which are said to be fair ly popular in France The pictures shown herewith give something of an idea of the way these machines are operated The small ones appear toI be pretty close to toys but there are larger and more expensive devices which are really practical A great deal of the alcohol making in France appears to be done by traveling dis tillers who go from place to place very much the same as grain thrash ers travel in this country They will go to a farmers place and work aI I VfL 11 CJtr l iJllIt IlJI IIl III y Another Still Used In France pies potatoes beets or other material into alcohol at a stated price We doubt if this method will be practic in this country for a good many years as the here are very different from those on the other side A Four Horse Evener That Evens H I f J f r 1 r o y D w measurements and two and measurements measurement t STARTING OF- APPLE TREES V w experiment wayThe t potatoes inessential carefully v r Jir conditions n rURP I clevis fastens Now go back to th extreme right end of the stick an measure 30 inches You then hay the place where the second pulley is to be placed This puts the two leys just 24 inches apart This co pletes all the measurements that heed to be accurate At the left end wher- the left team is hitched it is best to bore about three holes and you fasten the doubletrees in whichev hole seems best suited to the team Bo the first hole about 216 inches fro the end then go two Inches and bo another and two inches from that a third hole is wanted This even will work one horse in the furrow and three n the unplowed land on any make of sulky plow and there will be no side draft Hitch the chain up pretty short so there is not much slack when turning to the left and hitch it to the plow back about where the coulter runs or where expert menting tells you is the best place can be dug out with a knife or killed apertureThe n pruninissouthwestbyscaldWhen the tree is coming into bearing spraying with paris green or bor- deaux mixture is recommended This should be done after the blossoms fall and again three weeks later This treatment kills broods of the codling moth and keeps fungi in check Too Sudden Changes Bad Too sudden changes in feed are not advisable in the case of hogs as they are unable to quidcly adapt them selves to new foods clewdryn lf the stall thoroughly in the morfltng and let it dry during the day 7 r fi t J TREES AS TOWN BEAUTIFIERS How a Missourian Made His Hone City Attractive The prairie town without trees Is cheerless and unattractive Few things add more to the attractiveness of a town than rows of thrifty shade trees planted along its streets Village and town improvement socie ties and civic associations have done much to promote tree planting espe- cIally in the prairie rtgions of the ruid die west Where trees adapted to lo andIand taken an interest in them the re have been remarkable IIsuItspublic spirited man residing in a in Missouri has been doing com mendable work along this Jine in con nection with the Civic Improvement league of his city In the year 1901 he planted a large quantity of seeds of va rious trees in nursery rows He care fully tended the young seedlings and 3i few years later dug them up labeled them and turned them over to the school children free upon condition that they should be planted and cared for Since the trees started life with the be theyIgave interest Each child was given printed direc tions which were headed as follows Ornament your homes Plant cen tury trees seedlings of 1901 They are living monuments watch them develop They began with the century and the century as it advances marks the rec ord of their age year Ijy year Those who received trees were di rected to dig holes two feet in diameter and one and a half feet deep They were told to keep the roots of the trees moist and covered until planted to see that all torn ends of roots were cut off smoothly and to cut back the side branches about a quarter or third of their length or if the tree was a straight shoot without branches to cut back the tip a few inches This prun ing was to balance the loss of roots in digging up the trees In planting the tree they were told to spread the roots out into natural position and to set the tree about an stooald nursery use but to allow no fertilizer or mulch to come into direct contact with the roots to work the soil carefully about th roots and to water the tree plentifully every few days after it was set out and during the dry weather of sum mer Five or six thousand trees were given away in this manner Two or three trees were given to each child who asked for them and almost every child did so There were many species and naturally some died but few children lost all that they planted Each child who received trees was required to fill out a slip giving his name and address and the place where the tree was planted The trees in public places will be labeled when they have grown somewhat larger The town is now dotted with these little century trees which have become the pride of those who planted them EDUCATED THE PEOPLE How Merchants of Some Western Towns Held Trade- There are towns in the western agri cultural sections which a few years ago were getting only half the trade that was to be had in the district tneywerethat they were not advertising rightly and commenced a campaign which has resulted in driving the catalogue houses out of business as far as these towns are concerned The newspapers of these places tell of the enterprise of the merchants The merchants themselves will tell so ordedr Peoeo were mail order house patrons will tell dmareand that since they have thrown off savinermoneyre improversre worffd goeserherself well on the street The married woman who brings up a Rooseveltian flock of five or six to swell the population The merchant who advertises reg ularly In the home paper and thereby attracts trade to the town The clean swept sidewalk in front o the well dressed show window The folks living next to the railroad who keep their back yards neat and thus improve the railroad view The farmer who sells his produce hi the town rind buys things from the town stores instead of sending to ma order houses All these are town improvers And there aje others Preserving Split Trees There have been many instances in different towns of street trees long left unpruned splitting away in larg divisions from the trunk proper a rious devices have been used to reme wrappingLIDdbanding These are the poorest methods possi ble to use says the Los Angeles Times The parts should be pulled together and a bolt put through haying a ve large head at one end and an equal large brasher at the other Both head and washer should be countersunk to the wood so that the bark may grow over head and bur and completely hide the disfigurement Such a meth od is safest and pest j c 7f l WAS THERE WITH OBJECTION Old Fellow Saw Infringement ofCon stitution in Work Engineers Were Doing V An official of the state of Alabama was once called on to gauge the wa ter in a stream in that state While he was engaged in this task an old Yafor a while and surveyed the work men under the direction of the of ficial mentioned Finally he asked What on earthair them men doin there They are trying politely responded the official to find out how many bucketfuls of water run down this creek in the course of 24 hours The old chap gazed at the party in mute wonder Mister is that a fact he inquired Yes was the answer thats just what they are doing Wellobserved the old man gravely after another earnest con templation of the work in hand Wellmister it may be all right thingisHIS ERROR OF JUDGMENT I like the looks of that honey said the customer I think Ill take about four pounds of it The grocers boy was about to wrap it up when the customer sud denly stopped him Holdon he said is that Cali fornia honey No sir answered the boy Its the home grown kind Well then I wont take it Some people dont like the taste of Cali fornia honey but it just suits me Thats the kind I wantedI After the customer had gone away the grocers boy went into the back room and kicked himself California honey eAlways tell the truth dear chil dren Sometimes it pays best UNKIND t fcWell how are you getting on now Famously J have gone into a bankers At night FEATHERS FROM CHINA While the goose and gray duck are Chiu nese r General Denby ina report on the supply and disposition of feathers in the Chinese empire says that as a com feathersYin l1as export Pekin ducks furnish feathers from Tientsin northward in China Bus tard heron eagle and osprey feath ers come principally from the south of China being handled at Shang hai for export Germany is the featherssthan two per cent during 1906 DIMLY REMEMBERED Mrs Gaswell Who is that man knePw you Mrs Highsome He is a man who has done some professional work for me once or twice Hes a chiropodist Qiyes Ive heard of them They dont believe in foreordination do they OFTEN HASTENS MATTERS harriedeh Yep eIthought it was purely platonic affection It was but another fellow began to call Exchange THE TACTFUL WOOER beYanya He suddenly dropping Here I am on my knees a little lower than Que of them IJIe herTitBits r f 1t 4 y t An Advance for Winchester lit have just installed at great expense our WE engine and other machinery with which- weare now prepared to furnish DAY CURt RENT for light and heat and power for fans and s other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all sqrbsy ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired t Winchester Railway Light Ice jQQi INCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGR P SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer Do Men Read Advertisements I Read This One at Any Rate I THIS COUPON Cut out and presented to us is good for 5Oc on a Cash Purchase Mens 500 Shoes ManDecWe Do Nt Reserve Apt 5 Shoe in our Store w 8SI The Shoe Man r- 1g Lift Oil the Head of a barrel of our lime Notehow 1 free from hard unmixable lumps it r is How free from dirt or anything foreign That is one reason why builders use knowhandleIMr z CIINCORPORATED SOMETHING TO ADMIRE t is the exquisite finish and beauty t of a suit of clothing made by MAYER BROS Our fabrics are the most ex elusive and elegant that are im ported and there is a style about our clothing that cannot be imitated tryjIThe Cincinnati Tailors V French Dry Cleaning and Dyinga t specialty Telephone No 528 Next- to Auditorium Let us all awake to the belief that the laws of health are the laws of God as bind Teach ing on us as if they had been thundered areHealth1L lifeaws l Schoolsdous that they should be the first and para subject of instruction by precept habit and example in every school and in B yyk a o served in mills and shops andoffices rMany years ago I was a member of ay school board I ventured to propose regular open air drill for the children I remember how the chairman with a benevolent smile suggested that 0 we pass on to some practical business Something of the same sort hap pened when I once complained of the fine assortment of evil gases miaJ human exhalations in one school where the master was smitten with a fear of drafts and preserved each days air carefully for use on the r nests In these particular directions indeed things are a little better nowC But the main position of the enemy where he grandly stands at b yrif mains nearly as strong as ever v Bt marks be given freely for tests of vision and hearing for strength of grip for doing a long walk say 25 miles go as you please in creditable time a l for a foot stee lechase or obstacle race andmarking here alsot by times Nor do I see why marks should not be given also for boxing and f gymna fecs Such reforms would not only fit pupils for pursuits in which strength md activity are directly useful but also would enable them to withstand he severe strain of modern city life far better thanan excess of study The brain evenof the future professor is more likely to be sound ancffinasculine if it is supplied with blood from capacious lungs and a brisk cine tlation and after all we cannot all be professors or devoted to research My ownbehef is that not more than six hours per diem should be de voted to sede tarywork in schools and certainly not more than one and r a half in wrote and two and a half in summer to games The rest of the time should beirgely occupied with military drill withwork in the gym nasiums in the OrkShops at targets in various lands of manual labor or in singing Si excellent exercise for the lungsor in playing musical iatrnmentsiHeaven on Earth Heaven consists gf desiring from the heart good for oVers more than for ones self and in serving them with a view to theirs ha upiness not from any selfish aim remuneration but outof lovcteweoen 6or IL r Curious One of the most curious things tir the world Isa woman who having fallen in love with a man because ot his wit talks so much after their mail f riage that he never gets a chance te show whether he Is able to keep w- ybeing witty or not h V 1 If 4t i f 0 J JTf lf I yk F rtr q I jiad o Sr iT O r LA FxiJ rr k r0 frl r r T a iae Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS r t f mfc WINCHESTER NEWS r An independent Newspaper 17J r f Published by ii i The Winchester News Co l ifV t Incorporatedint Office r tfr Winchester Kentuckyta iJiA f Daily Except Sum aYe 1 Entered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of thet 1 second class- SUBSCRIPTIONt t RATES Carrier Delivery JOily one year 520 OzB week 10 Payable at office or to collector every week Mail Delivery JOne year300BX months 150 I DD thO 25 Payable in udrance- ADVERTISING l RATES Disolay Per Inch lOne time any edition 25 Q hree times within one week 50 tine week continuously lOo One calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 pesentr I centSReading Notices Per Line Business notices body type 712c pUre reading news headings 15c New Phone No 91 JMONDAY DECEMBER 71908 THE LAYMANS MOVEMENT i i The laymans missionary move Jment will be inaugurated in Cen ttral Kentuc1 an interdenominaT 6tionalday and Wednesday of this week This isa meeting of Christian busi f ness men to consider with experts t I question of worldwide fThere will be a great banquet Tue day at which a nunibre of Winches ter men will be present This movement is about two years old It was inaugurated in New York City in November 1906 bya gathA ling of business men Already eftty f l ave been sent to the four quarters of the globe to investigate the ques Ifon of missions For decades the 2 missionary movement has been left to the preachers and the women of the various Protestant churches W The same principles of business and cooperation among men that bas caused commerce to penetrate t Into every corner of the world are s now to be applied to evangelisation Its purpose is to provide for an in- v dependent investigation of missions by laymen for an intelligent presentation of the facts and needs of mis y f signs by laymen for a statemanlike plan of cooperation between various i denominations looking to the speedy I conquest of the whole world for th- C Christian religion in a life time The movement has gripped men of all nations It has stirred the lay i jneh of the Canadian churches it has A swept across the ocean and aroused 1 the men of England Scotland and K Germany to their dutv in this worldt l straggle Over two score cities in I America have been reached and have t organized All in all this has bee j and is the most notable movement in the Protestant churches for de codes A THE RED GROSS STAMP t i The Red Cross Christmas stamp is on sale in this city It is proper r jspeakingno stamp at all but a stir er a badge an emblem an earnest of concern for ones fellow men and for oneself Jis sale has spread like wi l fire through the State Already hun dreds of thousands have been sold in Louisville The Lexington committee has sent supplies to 31 towns along the Queen Crescent railroad and in our neighborhood Berea has already given a second order This stamp is ar oiiee a yulelMe remembrance and the insigma oftrecruit enlisted in an intelligent and well directed fight on the great White Plague The cost is trifling only a cent but the message extends to the N farthest ends of the earth Prevention is better than cure but the knowledge has only recently co m r to the medical profession that there iS a public which must first be edu oi i 7 fit J t M Lodernly on a propaganda of useful plow ledge Roy convincingly true is thi of tuberculosis whose insidious ar- rsinuating d attacks are everywhere It is dreaded by all but how few ke the trouble to avoid and to escape With the hest intentions in the world its victims are themselves ecu tatKpas among r things to promiscuous expectoration but an indifferent public comfortable in its ignorance pays little or no at tention and the enforcement of these theretirmade a matter of serious difficulty Successful to fcombatltnberculosis the general public requires to be made alive to its own criminal ne glect of precaution the most ordi naryTo h ptlis end this sale of Christmas stamps has been institut ed twill arouse interest it dererve1 nno will no doubt receive the Tides t support and the funds thereby se cured will become the basis for n energetic campaign rather of enlight enment than of eradication That must comelater eThe legislature of the Commonwealth awoke sufficiently to pass u bill for a t tuberculosis sanatorium af the last session which was vetoed b the Governor because of a lack of funds in the State treasury GOOC lives are claimed by this scours a every year in Kentucky The next legislature must again pass siich n bill and must see that funds are pr vided for its maintenance The4 State is rich enough to pay for such iere sity but it is not rich enouerh to lose 000 lives each year THE HERALD IS MISTAKEN heThe Lexington Herald in a Sunda claimedsto runsroutes of Clarv county than all other daily papers combined The Herald is mistaken The Winchester News now circulates many more cop ies on the ruraLroutes of Clarkcoun than does the Lexington Herald In fact we believe we may safely make the claim that The News hfs a larger circulation on the rural routes of this county than alloth daily papers combined The Herald was evidently figuring on its old contemporaries and ore r looked this eight weeks old baby The results so far in this county have been exceedingly gratifying to the management of The News but we do not propose to rest satisfied un we have on our subscription list ev cry house that can be reached by the rural carrier The News has a wide field along the line of the Lexington Eastern railroad and throughout the Tent Congressional District which we have as yet barely touched But al ready we have a very gratifying lLt from Winchester to Jackson FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce JAMES M BENTON as a candidate for Circuit Judi fo nrthe Twentyfifth Judicial District composed of Clark Powell ass mine and Madison counties ltbe to the action of the Democratic party l We are authorized to announce J SMITH HAYS as a candidate for Circuit Judge for Distrilzmine and Madison countie snbjecf to the action of the Democratic party I Hats at your own prile MRS W HAGGARD j 1242t J SMITH HAYS IS CAMPAIGNI Judge J Smith Hays is active in his campaign for Jjrage in the Twen tyFifth Judicial District He eft for Richmond su day and will be there over Court Jay Monday- In a story in The News a few days ago it was inadvertently stated that Judge Hays falfer had served in the Federal army jfhile as a matter of fact he was f soldier in the Confd erate armyy eYou cap buy as much for 5 Boo1 e s as you can with 10 at other aces r d271ti I AYMEN TO INAUGURATE MISSIONARY MOVEMENT Interdenominational Conferenre To Be Held in Lexington This Week moverbententucky by an interdenominational yyns a meeting of Christian business men not to raise money nor to create another organization but to con ofYMovement Two Years Old The movement is about two years old organized by a group of repre sensitive business men in New York purposeislaymenTorfacts and needs of missions by lay men for a statesmanlike plan ofco operation between various denomina lions looking to the speedy conquest aIThe Campaigns Most Effective The most effectual method of presenting this new aspect of missions to men has been by city campaigns the leading men of a city mealing at a banquet and in mass meetings In MYa laymens missionary movement banquet Philadelphia Baltimore Bqstonbeen reached TuesdayoA banquet will be held at Hugh iIsIutlying plates reserved for the business men Each church will be alloted a cer tain number accordion to member Vtwill pralLaymens Missionary Movement Each man is expected to pay his own 100rb 5 for VinchesterMass Meeting v r A great mass meeting for men winI be held Wednesday evening in the Central Christian church ladies ad mitted to the gallery only The BatherBring of men in the interest of missions ever held in Lexington 111e are being invited from all the towns of Central Kentucky clProminentThe princinal sneakers will be M William T Ellis of Philadelphia mil Mr J Campbell White of New York rortis who at his own expense visited the mission fields two years ago to malw an independent investigation of min sions Mr Wliiie is the secretary and leader of hte Interdenominational Laymans Missionary Movementj whose addresses have aroused bus iness men wherever he has been UNCLAIMED LETTERS Bradley Rev N H Bradley Miss Amy x Brown Mary R Borns Mrs C Bellias and Son Mrs Mary v rCombs Gidion E tCaramel John EsomCtGrill Mrs Fanny Hunter Nick Hunt Mrs Ella Hezel Pete- Hamilton Asker Howard TV F errDing Sarah aLyons T J McGamr Alma M Peron Hnrvey Rupard Miss Elmer Robinson J E MattieEWoodford George Wilson J N Waldon E Waif ord D H R R PERRY Postmaster A DANGEROUS OPERATION is the removal of the annendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr Kings New Life Pills is ever subject to this frightful ordeal They wo r so quietly you dont feel them The cure constipation headache atPhillipsDrug Dont forget to read everyfhing Bloomfield has got to say in his ad 127lt R- 52r f hIizvite11 Direetoire x t Empire and SemiFittinp Coats J 1 f OurChilclrens Coy ts are Going at Cost i FURa PIECES AT REDUCED PRICES l 1r Come in and lookover our Christmas 1 I jINovelties f I t IIARTIS 8z TURNBULL GOJ ERCUANT OF VENICE NEXT MONDAY NIGHT Rehearsals Have Been Many and All Are Now Ready For the C- urGs Up Seats went on sale Monday morning for the- chant performance of the Mer of Venice Up to Date is to hey raven at the Opera Hous- neat Monday night December 14 After seven weeks of hard work the cast is now practically ready for tli curtain to go up on the play The ospect is splendid for a most suc rendering of the bright and entertaining comedy which has been built up on the skeleton of Shake pcares great play and the many op portunities for local allusions and the local setting of the story will add immensely to every ones enjoyment of the six seeped of the play I Football Game The work on the great football sceue has been begun and constant practice from now on will keep the thne game The play upon the stage n this scene takes up the game at those a of the second half of a nothing to nothing struggle with five minute coilrtest is pulled off with all the realism ofa sure enough game on the field The two teams represent Wesleyan and Transylvania and are supposed to meet on Thanksgiving Day Many Characters in Play Photographs of the cast show irtynine character but there win lie u all a total of some fortythree or four All are taking an intense interest in the success of the show and rehearsals have been as a rule fuiV attended In the part of Jessica Miss Clay Croxton is making a decided hit and will share with the other female characters and Shylock the major portion of the applause The Winchester Quartet will be present and will render selections bet weett two of the acts This in itself will insure all who attend their moneys worth The Cast The cast will appear as given be low ShylockProf Geo S Dalgeiy Antonio Capt of football teaT- ilWesleyanRoscoeFaris Bassanio Suitor to Portia Y Tr Moore Gratiano Suitor to Itferissa Chas L Lewis Judge of Police Court Walter Y Cropper Tubal Capt Transylvania team Walter B Taylor Prof Sweingenhaugenblumenliaime r Jas Phillins Launcelot Gobbo Shvlocis servant H H Foskeit Samuel Foraker Roosevelt Brown Carl Hendri- xPolicemanLeland Hams PortiaAlice Porter iTerissa Portias friendEmma Lee Taylor Jessica Shylocks wardClay Crox ton Miss Abbie ThreedicePauline Peo kPolly maid Jayne sRobinson Helen Nelson Football Teams Transylvania Wesleyan Sousley Center Hun Caudle R G V Foskett Huntb J i1 t i J JZ 4 I J r Cockrell R T Boliusboro Ralston L T Bole Aitldn R E William- Stone L E Crapste- Eubal Quarter Bassani- enryH L H B Antonio Norris R H B Godbey Foskett F B Gratiano Referee Jeff Stewart KINGS DAUGHTERS BALAAIe GaoleTo Eat and For Christmas Presents The Kings Daughters Bazaar which opens next Thursday morning December 10at 9 a m will be the best ever held bv this society There will be various fables The eatableI table will have everything c eatj the hot chocolate table will dispense its wares for 10 cents the cup The 25 cent bargain table will be a feature Everything you want fancy work etc for next to nothing There will be two or three long tables of fancy work suitable for Chris max presents Even the children will be repre resented with a missionary table WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN Prof R M Shipp the Educational Missionary to Henry County Prof R M Siiipp the distinguish ed Superintendent of the Public Schools of Winchester having re sponded to the State Superintendents rcouet for volunteer speakers to wage an educational campaign in Kentucky during this week was sent to this section five of his annoint menu beino in Henry comity Pleas nreville and Eminence Sunday Smithfield and New Castle Monday Campbellsburg Monday liglitz every point he was greeted by a goo audience considering the weather All his speeches were masterly efforts to the end in viewstir educa tional revival the bringing of the people to a knowledge of the val of education and to a proper appr ciation of their duty toward tha school His arguments were sound and forceful his appeals earnest an eloquentfor he is filled with enthus iasm in the cause which he succeeds in imparting to pony of his hearers Prof Shipp is the special advoca and apologist of the new school law regarding it asm immense improvement upon the old system which he pronounced a business failure His explanation was clear and con lw ing The people were much edified At each of the three places where he spoke Monday the school children Mete present inII body in charge of the teachers Prof Shipp came as the apostle of new and higher things Henry County Local ANNUAL BAZAAR Be sure to see the Christmas things carried by the Kings Daughters at their Bazaar December 10 Opens in the vacant store next to theI Winn Furniture Company 1253t House Furnishings make very acceptable Christ mas Gifts Our lines are very extensive and prices 10 to 20 per cent Off- HENRm HALL Irr fi EVI1ALSERVIcEs SMITHSo GRJNff Rev C E Crafton Preaches at MeetiingsNine Conversoins Reported hereinpas Thurdaywork With earnestness andzeal gospeLfull attentivelyand his work resulted in a spiritual membershjbut ii of the town and community There were nine conversions rang ing from ten years to fortyfive and the people united in the one great cause have reached a higher plan of spirituality than ever before mAll kinds of silver and brass nov EWHAGGARD SELLS FARM OF 104 ACRES AT 95 AN ACRE C N Royalty Disposes of Property- On Ecton Pike to Luther Hamilton J Newt Renaker as agent for C N Royalty sold his farm of 104 acres on Ecton pike to Luther Hamilton for 95 an acre Mr Renaker also sold for RevtW A Penn a small parcel of groundrnear the water works to T N Rat for 65 f tt KINGS DAUGHTERS v Annual Bazaar Qf Kings Dajlegs Thursday December 10 n thedCompany 1253t WILD CAT CAUGHT ueJake Ecton the trusted old ser= vant who has been with Sam JeW for years caught the escapeeLwild deat after a close and clever inarri with a trap after the fashion of tofdse used by the old time hunters before de warStoThe cat did not want to leave ts mate and it staved about the barn and under the floor of the putbuild ings When old John smfed it eyeir shining under the floor oOValiascotth Pop factory he began to make the tran that caught it He used pos and a piece of twine and sticks and stood well off to see the cat aai tex a nice piece of fresh beef necktjl I THIS IS WORTH READING j aJLeoBuffalo N Ysays tfl cure a ther everhiumost d with Bucklens Arnica Salve Tap twotdayswas gone Heals all sore v olff under guarantee at Phllhpslfuig store 25c tf SHOPPERS Carry home your small buridlfes yourself Remember the merchants and their employes are overworkt from the holiday trade Be thought ful of otherst r c fe EJJ1x fLTHE WINCHESTER NEWS r icer Pad i BARGAINS BARGAINSBARGAINS R 7 y 2500 Worth of Furnishing GoodsBought at 65 on the Dollar I have secured the entire stock of Plaut Isaac of Cincinnati who are going out ofbusiness and want to turn my money over quickly I will give my people the benefit of this great reduc s a tion commencingTUESDAY DECEMBER Stti 1908and to continue until sold out Remember you can buy as much from me for 100 as would cost you 200 elsewhere Shoe Forget to Come Early DepartmentWE PRICESDontWILL QUOTE YOU A FEW Buy what you need for 400 Rubber Boots going 0 v Christmas at Bloomf ieldsat Uodoz Mens White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs sold for 8 3c our price 4c 50 doz Mens Hemstitched Handkerchiefs sold for roc our price 4C See our line of BATH ROBES at gPat 3 19 25 doz Linen Finish White Handkerchiefs sold for 150 and roc our p riceIC 498 and 598I25 doz Pure Linen Mens Handkerchiefs sold for 35c and 250 our priceo v 1671e 125 and 1JO Rubber Shoes TOO doz Silk Initial Handkerchiefs sold for roc our price ifv 76c SMOKING JACKETS 33sergoing atdoz Silk Suspenders single boxes sold for 35C our price t 2 3 C cent Off of whets left on hand 250 Box Calf Shoes or5 doz Silk Suspenders single boxes sold for 750 our price y 4 7 c Ing at 20 doz Silk Suspenders sold for 150 and iop our prIce f L 7 g C Bargains in r I UmbrellasCrossettat dd o 72 c 10 doz Police Heavy Suspenders sold for 25C our price 1 Qc Crossett 350 Shoes Rushgoing i at 50 doz Work Shirts 36in long sold for 500 our price 4 2c at Bloomfields Clothing Department Big Discount on all Fine Suits and Overcoats20 Odd Suits left 34 to 36 f sold fl as high as 1850 going this iv ekdv VicBloomfield Plain Knee Suits 25 per ct50 Odd Overcoats size 34 to 42 Brown and Orfordsold 1250 7 98THE MONEY SAVER = Oft Plain Knee Suits and 1000 going atj S Main St Opp Court ouseB II25 and Black Cravenettes QO outsold1 SQCLEImY1Kings The Kings Daughters will give one of the nicest bazaars they have ever given on December 10 in the vacant storeroom adjoining Winns Furniture store The doors will be opened at 9 instead of 10 oclock the usual hour Come early and avoid the rush You will be able to find everything you might want for Christmas presents Many seem to think that the Kings Daughters fore the public has had a chance to look at them This is untrue as the Daughters are not allowed to make a single purchase until after the public has had its chance The Childrens Missionary Society will have a table They have under taken to make money and have chosen this way to add to their col lections They are supporting two children one in Japan and one in ANNOUNCEMENT Our Holiday lines are ready for your Inspection r Bigger Better Cheaper THAN EVERI f r Come and look over the stockwhether1 you wish to buy or not iTfi Winn Furniture Co BRugs of All Sizes Greatly Reduced BaseballThe fans have had their politicians theirs Seasonand now comes our turn HOLIDAYSPrQSldlethey are It is just the right time Election now for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full of New Goods We are readyits your makejY BALDWIN BROSJEWELERS AND OPTICIANS i China This small Band is doing a great work and needs encourage ment Among the many other attrac tions there will be a table of eata bles a candy table a long table of fancy work a twentyfive cent table and during all hours choco late will be served for ten cents Bridge Club Mrs W A Beatty royally enter tained the Bridge Club Saturday afternoon at her home on French avenue Here and there through out the house were vases of lovely carnationsThe delighted in the games until a late hour when a delicious lunch was served in the graceful manner so characteristic of the hos tess Among those present were MesI d ames Strother Goff P B Winn Ed Clark Wylie Poynter John Bean Lee Evans Will H Garner Ed Mitchell Gus Brooks Carrie Buckner Steve Davis John Worth V W Bush and Miss Ethel Garner MrE Beatty has been in our city but a short while but by her sweetI attractive ways has won many friends ILovely Entertainment IMrs J Rhodes Viley entertained most delightfully Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs Sam Ashbrook the lovely bride of the week with a charming pink tea at her beautiful home on College street The color scheme of pink and white was gracefully carried out through the entire house Tea was served from a silver service on the Sheffield tray which had been in the family for many generations in rare china cups with English muffins rThis charming entertainment is but an addition to the laurels al ready won by this lovely young hostess Everybody be sure and come to AudifTake your best qeau to the Leap Year ateathe Auditorium to night 5 nai V 1 Remember the Leap Year Skate at the Auditorium tonight Kings Daughters Bazaar December 10 e Merchant of Venice December 14 PERSONALS Rev J W Porter has returned to Lexington after holding a most successful meeting at the Baptist church here J3e will return Thurs day night to ordain the deacons Mr and Mrs Sam Ashbrook spent Sunday in Cynthiana the guests of Mr and Mrs Bishop Mr Floyd Day was in Cincinnati Saturday on business Mrs A J Reid of Louisville for home Saturday afternoon after a delightful visit to Messrs Tom and John Weathers Mr and Mrs J B Hampton spent EIGaitskill Hickman street Mr W E Sandy is in town Misses Gay and Martha Ferguson returned to Lexington SaturdayI afternoon after attending lightful house party given by Mr David S Gay Mr and Mrs Crews Rash were guests of Rev and Mrs J M Rash Sunday Miss Mattie Woodson Barnes of Owingsville was the attractive guest of Miss Mary Renaker Sun gayMr Howard H Porter of Staun ton Va was a visitor here Satur dayMr Clark Tandy of Lexington was a guest of Mr David S Gay SaturdayMisses Anna Coleman and Martha VanMeter of Lexington were attractive members of Mr David S Gays house party They returned home Saturday Miss Lilla Phelps spent Sunday in Lexington Mrs illiam Cumming has re turned home from a delightful visit to Mrs James Tyler at Midway P ofJ A Leonard of Jackson is in the city r I tophe World Shops With YoU jWAIT AND YOU WAIT ALONE i Shop early and often at our store we are ready jfor you with more things this year than ever before i j C H BOWEN Jeweler and OpticiaerV d t4 The Evening Shippers ARE HERE They are very Stylish and Pretty Patent Lather Ankle Straps ire very popular + Black and Tan Suede Opera and Colo nial Ties VV1V Black Kid with Fancy Beads made inrIthe latest styles IF YOU WANT THE NEW FOOTWEAR CALL ON US 1i i t McCord Smith gl Phillips HELLO Rawlins Racket are you expecting Santa Claus at your store this week 1 Yes and we want you to come and see our Full Line Real Weaning of Aftermath Aftermath Is a persistently ill used word Early July is the time ot the math that is the first mowing of the meadows The short grass with a lclencyof rainwill grow again and later will come the second mow oj aftermath l t Av r ir I ALL LEADINGI MAGAZINES AN- DWEEKLYPAPER j I 7l SUBSCRIBE NOW If you have not yet renewed your old subscription do it toarsi r t diately as to lose no numbers I can meet any price quoted bycany agency Call or write for ay New Catate at PI1LLIPSs V i Mistake Made by Many De smart man said Uncle Eben I is likely to rgit along fus rate wsSG he stahts in figgerin roun RB tares to make hiff brains take de place iC bit conscience VS rrar i t1D S- v ft jf a r r PI 4 I r f I t ly y q fYJ p e Sixf THE WmCHESTER NEWS l11 0 b II f tt 5r 1lfL- t tttfr1 r cfJ I L n =1 d 7CHAPTER XV rIAm In the Tolls Welcome once more Mr Wilton said Mrs Dcddridge KnapP1 holding rrvnf her hand YOU going to neglect us again t Not at all madam said I with un w blusiiing mendacity I am always at your command T had received a letter from Mrs 1Wser setting forth that I was wanted at the house of Doddridge Knapp and t her prolixity was such that I was un able to determine whether she or Mrs Knapp or Luella wished to see me- f But as all three appeared to be con cerned in it I pocketed pride and ret sentment and made my bow with some nervous quavers at the Pine Street palace fAs I was speaking I cast my eyes furtively about the room Mrs Knapp interpreted my glance fShe will be in presently There gas to my ear a trace of mocking Daughter in her voice as she spoke but j her face b2tolened only a courteous y4interest I hope so I said in a lit tie confusion r wished I knew wheth er she meant Luella or Mrs Bowser ou got the note she asked tillY was a great pleasure Bowser wished so much to again She has been singing praisesyou were such an agree 1Ur young man Mrs Bowser in my heart iI believe there was some arrange ttent between you about a trip to see Jaie sights of Chinatown Mrs Bowser ias quite worried for fear you had argotten it so I gave her your ad c jfress and told her to write you a jj Ml Qte had not been conscious of expect from my visit but at this tiof Information r found that I had iieen building aircastles which had 4en invisible till they came tumbling jflbout my ears 1 could not look for iss Knapps company on such an ex gedition Oh saldJ with an attempt to conI matterIroom during this ciSnversaTfidri and at alcovewbneatr I may not et chance to taikwith yon fllonefagaiirrtfiiste vehing shecon t inueflv app b her Qiafbantering 9wThatt Keeping out of mischief c f Yes but how she persisted You fiisedto tell me everything Now you tell me nothing r MrKnapps work I beganay Ohof course I dont expect yout- Lo tell me about that I know Mr Knapp and youre as closemouthed tan lei evens when hes away 5 tl should tell you Bliytl ng of my- ownJ t titof course anothers uIunderstand Mrs Knapp sitting witl1i ids laps lfri1 f lttpg ve Ji gquick loolirliit tllereassomething else You were telling me bout VOiir adventures you remember I t ouscfolri metwo Qr tI4eo weeks ago cbontJileeker and sent him to Serria I nd she smiled at the reconect1onof- arbyi Meekers discomfiture Itawit a laugh that rouided distressingly hollow to my tar That was a capital joke on eeler II How did It turn out asked Mrs Knapp with lively interest 4Did he ijjet back decided promptly on a judicious Amount of truth j es he got back boilirig with withWllso my iea I didnt see him myself or you night have found the rest of it in the liewspaper What did he do Tell me about Tt LMrs Knapp gave e eP7 evidence of ab r orbed interest 1Well he laid a trap for me at Bor guarxd s s eAndthen I went on to give a farefully amended account pf my first flights row at JBprjtons andwitluam occasional question Mrs Knapp had soon extorted from me a fairly full fjaccouut of my doings I exposce fyours f to such dangdrs1 v Ji opinionQ airily man may be killed any day by a ii brick falling from a building or h slipping on an orange peel on th- ticrossingflBut is dreadful tof court death so stie mused if I were a man I 4could ehvy you your work There is JlrQmance and life in it as well as 4jEdatseriiYou are doing in the nine ndin the miflst of civilization what your forefathers may v jiav done inithedays of chivalry SSis a fine life I said dlJlyClBut t It has its drawbacks Bait while ycuylive noomrcan barn the child she said There was t id nquiry in her tone IthQughtJ surpriseP 1 had voided mention Oftheiboy Hen t r r l ti T4 q viT ry had trusted iSfis Knapp further than Ihad dreamed He shall never be given up by me I replied with conviction That is spoken like a true brave man said Mrs Knapp with an ad miring look Thank you I said modestly Another life than yours depends on your skill and courage That must give you strength she said softly It does indeed I replied I was thinking of Doddridge Knapps life But llerq come Luella and Mrs Bowser said Mrs Knapp I see I shalljose your company My heart gave a great bound and I turned to see the queenly grace of Luella Knapp as she entered the room in the train of Mrs Bowser grownpalerher surely those dark hollows under her eyes that told of worry and lost sleep were not there when her bright ness had chained my admiration Luella called Mrs Knapp fancied she gave a low musical laug as she spoke yet the glance showed me that her face was calm and seri ous Luella here is some one you will like to see Luella Knapp turned and advanced What was the look that lighted up her face and sparkled from her eye Before I could analyze the magnetic thrill that came from it it was A flush passed over her face and die away as she came You honor our poor house one more she said dropping amod courtesy I thought you had desert ed usNot I said I stoutly holding ou my hand I saw there was a little play to be carried on for the benefit of Mrs Knapp For some reason she had not confided in her mother Not I I am always your humble knight- I saw that Mrs Knapp was looking at us curiously and pressed my ad vantage Luella took my hand Unwillingly I was ready to dare a good deal for the clasp of her fingers but I scarcely felt the thrill of their touch before she had snatched them away Theres nothing but pretty speeches to be had from youand quotations at that she said There was under the seeming innocence of a pre tended pout Theres nothing that could be so becoming in the circumstances Except common sense frowned Luella The most uncommon of qualities my dear laughed Mrs Knapp Sit down children I must see to Mr andrWil1cue him Take him to dear Aunt Julia said Luella as her mother left us Dear Aunt Julia I inferred was Mrs Bowser Luella took a seat and I followed herexdmple Then with chin in ban ana zfiBowvjon the arm of her f iLwFFO jiL4i Ijt 2j ttiI7xi VXcrLrY sdm lh7t1s2laLlLL tLZIZ7llJglULi the young woman iooKea at me calmly and thoughtfully V Well said Luella at last ina cutting voice why dont talk r mUfiYaucAt this referencetoour meeting L eihTjooked surprised Then she gave a little rippling laugh Realty she said I believe I shall begin to like you yet Thats very kind qf you but turn planYou r J thatsaid she severely for Ishant I meant it said I defiantly v Then you ought to know better sheretortedeIm in need of lessons 1 fear How delightful of you to confess it Then shall I tell you what to do This was very charming I hastens d to say Do by all means v Tiie young woman sank back in her chair clasped her hands in her lap as her mother had done and glanced hastily about Then in a low voice she said Be yourselfL It was an electric shock she me not more by the words than by thetne 1 ht L I struggled fora memento before Irr r a1 L iU J L regained my mental balance Dont you think we could get on safer ground I suggested No said Luella There isnt any safe ground for us otherwise The sudden heartsickness at jhe whichtJtongue and mastered my spirits It was this girls father that I was pur suing Oh why was this burden laid upon me Why was I to be torn on the rack between inclination and dutyLuella watched my face narrowly through the conflict in my mind and I felt as though her spirit struggled with mine to win me to the course of open honest dealing But it was im possible She must be the last of all to knowHer sank as though she knew which had won the victory and a proud scornful look took the place of the grave good humor that had bees there a moment before Then ona sudden she began to speak of the theaters rides drives and whatnot of the pleasures of the day Suddenly she stopped with a weary look Theres Auntf Julia waiting for you she said with a gleam of ma licious pleasure Come along I de liver you over a prisoner of war Wait a minute I pleaded No she said imperiously motion ing me Come along And with a sigh I was given a helpless but si lently protesting captive to the mer cies of Mrs Bowser To be continued CAKEhIngredients for WellLiked and Digest- Ible AfterDinner Dish Two popular cakes are the sun shine and the moonshine cakes The whites of eggs are used In both but the sunshine gains Its color by the addition of the yolks For sunshine ofdof granulated sugar one and onequar oneEteaspoonful of orange flavoring one half teaspoonful of lemon flavoring one teaspoonful of cream of tartar and a pinch of salt Sift sugar and flour five times before measuring beat the yolks for five minutes whip whites with salt and cream of tartar as di rected for angel food then add sugar gradually to whites and whip for two minutes add flavoring to yolks beat one minute add this slowly to whites whipping until well mixed and creamy then fold in flour and bake Crab Apple Jelly with Pineapple Materials Two large pineapples onehalf peck crab apples water sugar Way of preparingPeel the pine crabeapples drainand cut into pieces Place the crab apples in a kettle and add water until they are nearly cov ered Place on the fire and cook until the fruit is soft Remove from the fire place in a jelly bag and allow it to drain Then measure the juice and allow a cup of sugar to each cup of juice Place the chopped pineapple and sugar in a kettle and let stand on a warm range for 20 minutes Then add the strained crab apple juice Place on the fire and boil until it jel lies Then place in glasses and when cold cover with paraffin and seal WhattoEat A Fruit Salad dFruit salads are becoming more and more popular chiefly because they are quickly prepared and are more digesti ble after a heavy meal than a heavier saladAs a rule they are better with a French dressing that is made very thick almost like an emulsion but occasionally mayonnaise is preferable as with pineapple cubes Another fruit mixture that is good with mayonnaise is made from slices of banana and sections of orange soaked in the sirup of preserved gin ger with small pieces of the ginger addedServe the fruits on tender lettuce leaves and cover with a thick mayonnaise Boil Rice in Bag This is a delicious substitute for the old way of boiling rice Put one Cup ful of rice into a pudding bag that will hold about one quart tie the bag so as to leave room for the rice to swell and put this into a kettle con taining a liberal quantity of boiling water Add a teaspoonful of salt and boil briskly for half an hour then turn from the bag and serve with cream and sugar Rice cooked in this way is far superior to ordinary boiled rice DEATHuTtiree years ago I was marked fo death A graveyard coughwas tearing mylungs to pieces Doctors railed to help me and hope had fled vhnmy husband got Dr Rings Now Discovery says Mrs A C Wil hams of Bac KctThe first dose Helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds eight and my health was fullv re stored This medicine holds thi worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat dis eases It prevents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at Phillips Dru tore 50c and 100 Trial bottl- free r Births JjnNew YorksrZoo 7oglogicve al more to its co lection of animals by birth than any worldI I j HEARTH AND HOME SUGGESTIONS OF VALUE TO THE HOUSEKEEPER Proper Care of Irons Will Add Many Days to Their Usefulness Emergency Shelf of Great Value toCook Irons It is very easy to spoil irons by keeping them constantly on the stove They lose temper under suCh treatment and v will not retain th- eki heat As soon as the ironing is done set the irons i off the stove awl 1c01dput them are away in a dry place Irons are often injured by being stored where it is damp It is a good plan to have a small closet especially for the articles required in ironing About once in two or three months the irons should be thoroughly washed in a pan of warm water In which a tablespoonful of lard has been dissolved A piece of brown beeswax tied in a cloth or a little fine salt spread out on a paper is the best thing to remove roughness from the irbns when in use Emergency Shelf There are few things that give more honest comfort to a housekeeper than an emergency shelf or an emergency drawer where a lpck and key will prove In this drawer keep little dainties that added to what you always have in the house will enable you at a moments notice to prepare an appetizing lunch eon for an unexpected guest or to sup plement the regular menu of a dinner when an extra plate has to be provid ed for Suggestions for this drawer are A jar of cheese can of salmon one of sardines some potted meat jars of marmalade boxes of fancy bis cuit sweet chocolate ready for a hot drink or cocoa and condensed milk One housewife utilizes the top tray of her trunk for an emergency shelf Probably it is the only place where she can have full control of the Group of Timely Hints keyI ways needs more sprinkling ton and should be rolled more com pactly Pull lace gently opening the mesh with the left hand as you iron with the right Save nut shells in an old paper bag until some time when you want something to brown very quickly in the oven Then throw them on the fire and get the full benefit of the quick intense heat Some college girls ordered their handkerchiefs marked in the exact center New Hat RackIf your usual hat rack is overcrowded and there is a convenient shelf near by in the under part screw double books Place them at such a distance that a derby when held rim up will just slide in between the two staples and rest easily on the hooks Thus several hats may be ac commodated underneath a shelf out of the way of all dust Oil StainsCover the stain thickly with lard Let it stand long enough to absorb all the grease Then wash out in cold water and dry IDelicious Condiment and green peppers make a delicious condiment for meat Take four dozen red peppers and cut into small pieces Grate two roots of horseradish and six goodsized onions add two tablespoonfuls of celery seed two of mustard seed and one of salt Put all the ingredients into a granite kettle add one quart eachof vinegar and water Let boil minutes then stir in one pound of brown sugar and let boil for one hour Thin with a pint of vinegar before removing from the fire An asbestos mat should be placed under the kettle Otherwise the ketchup requires frequent stirring Always use a granite or wooden spoon Let cool before bottling Bread and Apple Pudding Slice stale bread quite thin butter ing each slice also peel core and slice some nice tart apples In a buttered dish put first a layer of bread slices then of apples sprinkling each layer of bread with two or three tablespoons of warm water and the apple layers with two tablespoons sugar and a little cinnamon or nutmeg Have top layer of bread cover closely bake in mod erate oven 21z to three hours Serve either hot or cold preferably with thin cream Fold Rugs on Line Buy a dozen of the largest safety pins the kind used in fastening horse blankets Throw one end over the line and pin together on each side lengthwise A dozen of these pins will hold quite a number of rugs and hold them on the line as long as you care to beat them This little bit of minutess ones r wonderfully on cleaning days Aunt Ibbies Pudding Pare core and quarter tart cooking apples using enough to cover the bottom of a buttered baking dish Make a cake batter according to any 11favorite formula and pour over the pieces of apple in the pan Bake in a moderate oven until the fruit is soft enough to be easily pierced by a straw Serve with hard sauce Vanila lemon or spice will do for flavoring gMoneySaver in Kitchen A chopping machine is very often an article that the master of the house does not care to furnish the needful cash for and if he could only be brought to see what tasty dishes could hewstore and buy one t I y ZHEATE IIWenow on Garland Heaters and Cook Stoves 950 Heater to close out 8OTHERS IN PROPORTION Crant Witt Co 30 N Main St Winchester Ky I Peoples StateBankPI- TAL OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago depresionourdepositors j enroll new names every week We want yours You are eon TILlEy imlted to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M HCbGKIN Cashier J LBROirpl President L B COCKRELL Vice President r Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 Winc T trBalJkI o- rI WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOURI W IIIon YH Biiisli has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES r ar b j I hy U BEST in the World BUSH on the Corner DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashi THE Clark County National Bank MAIN STREET NlnClbestff 1ebtnol Y ICapital 9 2OOOOO Surplus 100000Undivided Profita3tf000 iDtheoitvullectoim made on all points and your M ounh tollcited Earthquake Carpenters The term earthquake carpenter first glance might give the impression of a person capable of doing a j In fast time regularly shaking t work together To some persons it might convey the idea of a man whose work was so poor that it was likely to drop to pieces at any moment Actually it it a Jamaican term and was used a great deal in Kingston after the disaster there It really means a man whose work is in wrecking a man who takes apart the falle houses and sorts out the timbers The Winchester News is delivered ycarnerfa 10 cents per week c t koOJ 1 f HAGAN GAS LlNtnqinesfW SIMPLE I RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN OAS ENGINE 8 MFG Ill J INCORPORATED WINCHESTER ICY GlBER1OTTO JFishI- F BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK THE 18851908ISUAAfC CHEAPEST F you are not Insured Find our office at once tBEforeJOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 CALL ON- NElSONJheTransferJHao wanteryour OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 WINCHESTER TAILORiNG COMPANY M so II McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned RepairediDRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphys Store opp Court House I Cfltaiglif Transfer and Ice Co asCrating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos ftcJ a Specialty olNO 19 North Slain Street Both Kwnes The Horrid Mans Curl Theres no sight so pitiful to mer said the pretty girl as the painful attempt on the part of the man begin ning to be bald to make a little curl nin the middle of his forehead of the lFfew remaining strands of hair And still I know they dont deserve my ywith l rj i 7 4 t i I n I Ii JI THE WINCHESTER wenraxSeven BmmlmmllmllllmfI m i she CHRISTMAS EDITIONI ofI Iit r I the WINCHESTER NEWS I To be Published Tuesday December 15th will be a Record Breaker for Winchester The Big Igest and Most Attractive Christmas Edition ever Issued from a flIWinchester Newspaper Office ISqme of the BEST CHRISTMAS STORY WRITERS will its columns mE I appropriateI AA 4 CHILDRENS STORIES and CHRISTMAS POEMSwillN Jm m I t t t f S7bY bfiUk f 1Ut tC 4t m mlI I Women Benefit by Use of Tobacco f By DR RACHEL SKIDELSKY Noted Philadelphia Physician I feel sure that tobacco if purer and properly be beneficial to women It is known to be valuable in functional disorders of the nerves As men find it valuable to soothe their nerves in the midst of cares and worries I do not see why women whose worries are more numerous and whose nervous it minutes before beginning her day and give the time to a cigarette she would be able to plan better her days work And five minutes thus used three times daily would I think be of much benefit to her Of course recommend the practice only to such as are in no danger of becoming addicted to the more extended use of cigarettes It would depend upon how and where it was done Were a woman to use a cigarette with the same feeling that she uses other medicine all would be well otherwise it would be distasteful s I would not sanction at all a woman smoking a cigarette in public- or for bravado merely With alike tobacco like any other sedative can become a violent poison when used to excess It is this knowledge which keeps physicians generally from advising the is Kof tobacco for their women patients Aside from its value as a sedative tobacco smoke has been praised by men who have made a study of its effects as a valuable disinfectant fox the nasal and respiratory tracts Hay smoke has the same effect in de i stroying germs which may lodge there Inhalation I think always would Have ill effects I speak from the general knowledge which every physician possesses One prominent member of the County Medical society gave this knowledge as the reason why in certain nervous disorders he advise- his patients to smoke good tobacco in moderation I am afraid how ever that many of them would not be so frank as I am in view of the widely spread prejudice among certain people against tobacco in any form As a nerve sedative I regard tobacco as Valuable alixe to men and women As to the manner and Conditions and extent of its usethat is another matter entirely For ages men have found relief from petty worries rest for worn nerves and general physical benefit in the moderate use of tobacco We should probably hear less of the loudly nervousness of the American woman were she to devote five minutes three times a day to a cigarette or two preferably after meals I Tbft smoking habit would be as difficult to stun as the Irelands Mineral Wealth Gold silver and lead mines are it is said to be worked extensively in the lantk kftier r Injurious Infantile Fashion Out of every 100 recruits in Bos nia 62 have flattened skullsthe out come apparently of the very tight dressing of the babes head iri Its first months ol life f I r YlttS ice i1i SMIf x41 Mti fCYti LYi + ei LOOKING Wives of Money Monarchs Live More Luxuriously Than Queens Believe me said the woman who thinks Im a little weary of rhapso dies over the supposedly superior In telligence of the women of bygone days Why dont those so generous of praise give modern women a chance It Is a sort of mental fashion to as sume that George Eliot and George Sand and Lady Mary Mon tagu and Lady BlessJngtonand others like them were peculiar to themselves and their periods that no woman of today can hold a candle to them In any particular I wonder If thats of women in America alone who are every bit as clever as those heroines of the past Lady Montagu 4 wrote delightful letters but the art of correspondence has not passed from earth and surely the cultured woman of today can be as sprightly As for novel ists and essayists they flourish in abundance In this enlightened age And when it comes to social knowl edge almost any up to date hostess i far ahead of those of yore the wife of a twentieth century millionaire obliged to live as queens did In days long gone and not so very long gone at that Queen Caroline and Queen Anne and Queen Henrietta of England had a sad time of it when one compares their lot with that of todays rich women Marie Antoinette had no such luxuries as thousands of wealthy matrons enjoy Her best state carriage was a lumbering affair over road to Dublin If she had known the solid comfort of a really fine touring car she would have been much hap pier doubtless The stfite barge in which she was rowed laboriously along the Seine would seem a mere scow alongside the swift motor boat in which Mme Millionaire dashes about in these days of useful inven tions Perhaps the society woman of was real she wouldnt like it half as much as being the wife of a money monarch MEDICINE THAT IS MEDICINE 2 have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that keens me well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver trouble and for run down conditions says W C Kiestler of Hallidav Ark Electric Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to th weak Your money will be refunded if it fails to 50c at phil J it 2 j To the Advertiser The Well Read Paper is Always the Valuable Medium Ii attention by every member of the 17010 to whom it is a regular visitor I l m I The Wise Advertiser Will Not Overlook This Exceptional Opportunity Im III ITHE WINCHESTER NEWS INCORPORATED 3t1 3ifAmiffAYhXaAM ItXAHf4MLJAVtIdllttRl MIMMADEb191tLtXMP2t1IVF51YflGVfdVS MVYttMJ1N Let Em Smoke Moderate usedmight beneIfit menandwomen Philadelphia proclaimed brogthhabit ofD BACKWARD dozenst rumblede hadd lipsR 111WIllfamilies bethe frIoF i FlJia iLf i 4r7 Fie4iilkrF1 tAi 1 A 4eif r i UT l irBA i J INTt 4lA 1J1 JIJi J 74IIl v II4I 1y vutr JlJL I LOOK HERE i WE anychangesandise at Honest Prices all the time By reason of having purchased large quantity of 17 Quart Dish Fans whilethe50 Cents Eachf They are beutiful Gray color with Three Coats of Enamel and are the kind you usually pay 75c to 100 for LoafeI GRUBBS RFTVITOTNJ O n the Corner J To Whom It May Cuoero 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 and politeness will bring you backThe quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoriaBOTH Yours respectfully L M BUTSCHManager The Deep Things of Life deadlydoingand laughed out of court Neverthe less one who pins faith to cease less activities even of philanthropy and reform who is contemptuous of poetry philosophy and religion who forgets to draw from the perennial Swillea of petty interests to discover the springs oirefreshmentt c 1 I i t You Cannot Answer These Questions 1 Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er foryour kitchen and laundry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 7 3Why take chances on drinking germ filled cistern water hwhen you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River 4Why have a dry dismal = looking yard when yoU can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can dt tha same time get rid of the dust in the street 1 r 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have an4healththe house 5 6Is it not true that the an butlackand indifference to getting the most out of life C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At itYon11Subscribe For The News Advertise in Tile News t f t 2 I i4C tht THE WINCHESTER NEWS IONE FRAHOOISE r LfOR 20 YEARS SOLD J4 tt Wateihi Receives 1000 For Per SystemKsTowntryZ STERLING Ky Dec 7 33aK t V Harris Saturday sold ti p 3Sa auction a telephone fran J tiBc fu lit Sterling fox a period oB l waijr years The franchise was bsnsW fey the Old Kentucky Tele pboiie oirtpuny at the upset price of lt8iiL Ikefe was only one hid inc rim franchise calls for a free m4scolee metallic telephone sys ito liar ijllis eitr and must be flu iiap vgHt the latest and most moderi mpm fat and takes effect from JafcMMy 1 1909 The Old Kentucky 3MW links tofine service in this city H Liver For Illicit Selling Vie Bratton a negro was tri We Waited States Commissioner Tfiarr 3 Wood on the charge of il wit Jting of whisky at North Mid 2MeiRft and was held to the Federal fewL lIe was allowed bail it tmeu df 4j50Jft which he failed to give jiigcre remanded to jail He was onretlfrS by Marshal Jackson HpSJiCCO SOCIETY TSLNEXT THURSDAY fsvssS KUBus Calls the Organiza to Assemble at Louis vine CbffMizfr I Bus president tempo mmlif a fihe Union Tobacco Society iblttBeie up o representatives of aJl 1te organizations of tobacco fjpcwfepis throughout the United jttalM las called a meeting of the rgwzaatron to be need in Louis QII1 December 10 JJ3fids meeting it is expected that theiogfcnization will be made pe- rsDJp 3 officers will be elected ar ikfteb eJL incorporation filed and tea1gaatrlers established here The organIaye se tobacco growers Jof the 2wt i States in order that the jprorcesrs themselves may bo able 35j fiesrce not only the Tobacco fI HtHsk tsar all other buyers ip them what istermed Ua fairI jawF Erik the leaf- SHOPPERS Ci nome YOIir small bundles 3je r58 K Remember the merchants 53tMr employes are overworked thought19Itif1 t V LITTLE STONER J3Is ami Mrs Nesbert Hiley of LssiagtoD have been visiting th 1Ah4rJHofiry Wiseman sold to Ray orgbcr one fat bog weight 300 3tef x t g cenfats per pound 3flc3L Everet Burgher and littler atsrv Sbirley spent Monday with Tg fob Henry near Winchester r M5L an9 Mrs John Hiley of Mt erlnig spent several days last i k wish relatives here yQscarEctoD spent Sunday with iJjl1Ecton here Jfissliizzie Bradley of Clay City jbas men the pleasant eTiest of hcr jcB swa Miss Agnes Bradley the lveek 1S mu Flynn and wife visited tiwIt3Ilere last Sunday Mis Nancy Mastin returned to JfcsraiixB in Clay City JTiiday after a twa weeks visit with her daugh dte Mrs J T Cary of Dodge an Masrlthis place W4XGHESTER ROLLER MILLS i The oldest and best institution in Bee Jccemty is the Winchester Roller ins Why not use home flour the tesVarade Kerr Perfection and ifeKBe Pearl flour has no eaual 11174t BANK IS CLOSED to The News S 3aNGPIELD Mo Dec 7The SfjifjajvaS Exchange Bank here with a b iipitJ of 100000 was closed thi 3tformng by the order of the Con t telhs Of the Ciirreney Sasre 1O to 2O per ct 1fj r1njfng your Holiday r nts rout HENRY IL HALL lj J loiSlaverY In United States SlUTSjy began In thb United Stati feaaSJS when a Dutch trading veseiq jIp lJ rOeB in Viriint r I e iu- t l l f f BANKER DIES ft CAPITAL RESORT Young Woman Accompanies Him to fireat Unknown GAS STOVE IS THE CAUSE Victor W Wentz of Canal Dover Was Prominent In Social Business and Secret Society CirclesCompanion- Miss Alice Halliger Was Resident of Columbus but Had Formerly Resided at UhrichsvilleHerMoth- er Prostrated by News of Tragedy Columbus 0 Dec 7The bodies of Victor W Wentz 33 cashier of the First National bank at Canal Dover 0 and Miss Alice Halliger 23 of 355 Marshall avenue Columbus were found in the Bellwpod inn a rural resort east of the city Death in the opinion of doroner Murphy was due to asphyxiation caused by an open gas stove Wentzs family is prominent at Canal Dover where his family is heavily interested in the bank of which he was cashier He was a 32degree Scottish Rite Mason fWd a Shriner Miss Halligers moth er who has been an invalid was prostrated by the news of the trag edy The family formerly lived at Uhricbsville O Say Castro Must Apologize Paris Dec 7If President Castro of Venezuela comes to Bordeaux he will not be allowed tp set foot on French soil until after he las offered an apology formally for the fashion in which he has flaunted France This decision was arrived at by the cabinet at its meeting GAS MEN TO MET Chicagos First Regiment Armory Will Be Radiant With Jets Chicago Dec 7Yhat is expected to prove to be the biggest display of the various uses of gas ever shown opens here tonight when the National Commercial Gas association in conjunction with the American Gas institute convenes for a six days session Delegates are to be present from every large city in the United States and from Canada Mexico Germany England and France and the First Regiment armory where the exposi tion is to be held is to je illuminated by more gas jets than it is said were ever before hung in a single hall Business sessions are to begin tomor row morning and continue until Thursday afternoon The purpose of the convention is to stimulate the gas industry Orie feature which may be considered is a proposal to form a reserve corps of stokers for the United States navy out of the 20000 gashouse firemen in this country It is said that these firemen are the best stokers in the woulderegular navy stokers Sip ASSUMES CONTROL Declares He Will Organize Provisional Government at Once Port au Prince Dec 7Quiet pre vails here although there are reports of threatening trouble in other towns in Haiti General Antoine Simon commanderinchief of the revolution ists who entered Port au Prince air the head of an army of about 8000 men issued a proclamation to the people and the army in which he as sumed the title of chief executive and declared that he would organize a provisional government pending the assembling of the parliament In his proclamation he made an appeal to the wisdom of the nation and the discipline of the army Demonstrations Suppressed Cape Haitien Dec7General Le conte the minister of the interior demonstrationsd Fleet Passes Singapore Singapore Dec 7The United States Atlantic battleship fleet under Rear Admiral Sperry passed through the harbor here The stately proces sion of warships impressed both the experts and the many spectators who had assembled on shore THE MEAT Of IT Rear Admiral Robley D Evans has refused the offer made by citizens of Los Angeles Calto buy him ahome Rolly McIntosh 66 a Creek Indian chief who had represented the tribe for ten years at Washington died at his home in Stidham Okla blowsing up of the corning mill of the American Powder companys plant at Maynard Mass The receivers for the Westing house Electric Manufacturing com pany havelbeen discharged by United States Circuit Judge Young at Pitts burg Timothy Sullivan and his wife were suffocated in a fire which slightly damaged their home at Willimantic Conn Incendiaries are blamed for a fire which damaged Orgill Brothers hardware store at Memphis Tenn to the extent of 50000 f r o I TENDAY REDUCTION SALE 11HAVING purchased the interest of my partner Mr Wm I am going to reduce the large stock of New received YOU CAN SAVE MONEY by making your Holiday Purchases now H Loop at FURNITURE Some of my Cut Prices 400IronMorris Chairs value 900 sale price F 600 600D26oQLIn 50 price 25 ROOMSIZE RUGS INGRAIN CARPETS V 4000 Rugs sale price320070c regular price sale price 56c 3000 Rugs sale price 2500 2750 Rugs sale price 2250 CUT GLASS 2250 Rugs sale price I8i50 Largest line of Cut Glass in the city 1500 Rugs sale price 1250at 25 per Cent Off regular price Ifwhat you want is not among the articlesabove come in and look through the stock you will find what you want A Discount from 5 to 20 per cent on Every Article inithe house I ii HENRY H HALL p n FURNITURE UNDERTAKING n iILEAP YEAR PARTY THE AUDITORIUMAT ery Entertaining Program Has Been Arranged at Rink For To night One of the most entertaining programs ever arranged at the Audito rium skating riukj rigs been arranged for tonight Monday It will be a leap year party and the rink will be managed exclusively by ladies Each lady purchasing one ticket will be entitled to take a young man free Married ladies can also bring their husbands under tIlt smile ci ditions The music box has been ovor hauled and repaired and lots of new music has been tickled Each purchaser of a ticket will bo given a chance to irkagold that is to be given away this week There will be ai grand march put on h selectin-gtheir partners Read Bloomfields ad 127lt Do Your Christmas Shopping Early and inthe Morning A line of furs at cost MRS E w HAGGARD 1242t lULLED BROTHERINLAW Jealousy Leads to Domestic Tragedy Near Shawnee O Columbus 0 Dec 7 Benjamin Turner constable at Hemlock 0 four miles east of Shawnee was shot and killed by his brotherinlaw James Cochran The latter returned to his house after a few hours absence and finding the door locked forced his way in to discover Turner in his wifes presence Although seeking to escape Cochran was cap tured by Sheriff Hazelton The dead man leaves a widow and four chil dren Aeronauts Make Ascension St Louis Dec 7 Sylvester Louis Von Buhl and Captain H E Honeywell made an ascension in the bal loon Yankee The balloon landed at Wellsville Ill 65 miles southwest Shah Sentenced to Death Teheran Dec 7 Proclamations of the secret revolutionary organization have been posted condemning the shah to death forviolation of the con- stlution Reason for Divorces After a woman marries a man he sees her the greater portion of the time in clothes of the kind that he never saw before marriage except fireij J t X11 a AuditoriuI111 Rink will be open to the Public ev- erAfternoon and Evening Except Sunday AFTERNOON SESSIONS 230 to 530 Admission 5c Skates lOc EVENING SESSION t 730 to 1030 Admission lOc Skates 15c IEvery Saturday Afternoon Childrens Day Admission and SkatesIOcI 30 in Gold Given Away this H Learners will be taught free during the morning hoursI WINCHESTER GIRL WINS Several Eastern Kentucky people won prizes of trip to Cuba and scholarships in various institutions as the result of the voting contest held recently by the Louisville Post the final count for which was published in Fridays Post James S Helm of Lexington won a trip to Cuba He was a candidate from District B Miss Alice E Jett of Winchester also won a trip to Cuba as did Miss Hattie May Bond of Maysville and Miss Minnie Mur phy of Williamsburg in the same district frs Eva Cowgirlof t xiiigton RHitebinslie Davidson of Beattyville It saves you money if you read Bloomfields ad 127lt The prettiest Christmas stock in Winchesterbig stock of handpaint ed leather goods pillows banners by noted New York artist Mrs J5 W HAGGARD 1242tr Just received new line of Gas Heaters and ranges T SBTJHOt 1 l2 ttt r n ICut Glass We have the largest line Cut Glass in the city 25 per cent Off HENRY Hb HALL ADDITIONAL SOCIETY The young men of the city will entertain during the Xmas Holidays with a dance at the Auditorium The date set by them is Thursday t 24th Saxton Trost will furnish th musicMiss Berry of Carlisle is visiting her aunt Mis Joe Goes to Richmond Judge Banton left at noon toga for Richmond in the interest of h candidacy for Circuit tlibdistrict Dead Historians- I for my part believe in the dead historians I glory in the possession of some hundreds of volumes by them A great deal of cant is talked and written on this subject There is an idea in some minds that a book on history to be good must be new In nine cases out of ten the new book a commonplace restatement of that were better presented by an old writerLondon Sphere CLASSIFIED 66pWm FIELD or J W DECK agentI1233t FOR RENTHouse on corner Lex ington avenue and Maple street Apply A J EARP 127tf l FOR SALELarge meat hogs T M QTJ1SENBURY Rural route No5 127lt LOSTllavylambs wool Brown driving clove right hand Please return to The News office and re ceive reward 123lt FOR SALE Edison i Standard phon graph large horn and support and about 50 records In perfect condition JOHN S KING 48 t Winn avenue 125tf FOR 1251tqIW lighthousekeeping Apply at this office 12otf disappearedfrom a white setter dog with blackspots answers to the name of Fleet wearing a collar bearing the name KyIfhe will be liberally rewarded and no questions will be asked 1233t- WANTEDShampooing aaCaluR B Woodfords residence ionic f hone 2211moFOR SALEAt a bargain one first class cottage organ J N MUL Winu FOR RENTHouse of six rooms near College Price 16 M A BAXTER 1213t LOSTOn the Paris pike brown fur muff Finder will please return to this once 1130Gt W agencyReplies ofcare News 11303t FOR SALEGood new house w th four rooms stable cistern and other conveniences on Washington between Vine and Smith avenue Call on JOHN H STANDIFORP n27lmo FOR SALEFine bronze gobblers Mrs J F Golden East Tenn phone 332 ll2120t alieyour barbering at Brown Proctoria shop SMOOT ICING MnnPri onecorner avenue and Beckner street WP AZBILL 1113lmo ShortrHaggardill2314t WANTED Hustling energetic man as salesman and collector for the CompanyGood ply S D Harris Main street near Citizens Bank Phone Nos Homo 838 394 1223t isNew Electric and Gas Fixtures BUSerTHE NEWS by mail 25c a month Great Scott r Whentheyp nttoour solicitations for their work in the last six weeks We are now adding to our force at the rate of fl one man adoSAnd now that the Tobacco money is soon to become a Prodigal Son lets all put our shouldersto the wheel of prosperity and shQw the world that Winchester is not only the home ofthe largest deals but is the largest 10000 city of this gl orious Amer ca And that the av Eagle Casting CO of Winchester incorporated is giving better wox k rand better prices on Castings of airkinds Coal and Lumber CarsCe-ment e Clamps n k Gas Furnaces v and Structural Steelthan any similar institution in Kentucky v y kwFy FfO CpRNJCLI Jgen l Manager 1 1 VAri f 1 t s ir SSSS