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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iv 1t r f l i lust Edition GrE f kA WINCHESTER VOL NO 52 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1908 tl2 A COPY II A T DECLARES AGAINST LIQUOR AND v MONEY JUDICIAL PRIMARY jllillnocratic Committee of 25th Resolutions Governing s Primary and E Eton and Judge Hays Give Their Adhesion 01 o the Pledies Required RICHMOND Ky Dec IIThe Democratic committee of the Twenty r fifth District met here yes vterday with Chairman J A Sullivan of Madison presiding and J M Stevenson of Clark and J J rich- ardson of Jessamine present and J t VEt ORear of Powell represented by proxy in the hands J J Richardson for the purpose of deciding if the date of the primary which is set for December 3i should be changed Both Judge Benton and Judge Hays oppos ing candidates for the Judgeship were present Mr Hays argued that the time was so near and he had gotten such a A late start that it was impossible for him to have an equal show with Judge Benton in the primary Judge 4Denton opposed the change No motion was made to the time tc later date and consequently the date originally remains un changed The Hon B A Crutcher of Clark r county haying no opposition for Commonwealths Attoniey for the c district was declared the r Against Use of Liquor The committe declared itself gainst the use of liquor money or i ay other improper influence in the followingrc IV H any candidate wht has qual hfied nd entered in said primary sjhiill JUer by himsefiQrbyhis direction i if yonscnti or by ls friends r eitJie lUreetly or indirectly give loan or prprai ato any yoter tr any onii for jiny ypter money Prpperty 8inT iMjasjv lpis or milt liqiiofV or any 1itf ofTato1fer tie purpodfe 6f prompting or his nomi ration on pr after this date or fail anyidr placed the vote of such candidate s offending shall be thrown ou and not counted and on ho account shall he be declared the for the office for which he has announ ced This provision includes meals necessaries commodities or luxuries of any kind whatever for any voter or person working for him in said primary 2 Every candidate whose nime shall be printed upon the official bal lot for said primary shall take the following oath before a person du ihorized to administer oaths vizr x CandidateszState of Kentuckyt havingtCfl mary in the Judicial Dis tri tto be held on December 31 1908 that will neither in person nor by direction nor through my friends either directly or indirectly gives loan or promise to any voter or any one for him any money property 4lY1Y1l mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f ar u T- g j E i ur JiIAIiGESTCr f CUL TIONIN AND CLARK COUNTY t Tilc f it WINCHESTER NEWS CENTS GEMS IN District Adopts Judge Judicial selected nominee influeficing Twentyfifth spirituous vinous or malt liquors or anything of value for the purpose or with the intention of promoting or influencing my election and will on this date call in and revoke any thing of value heretofore promised or placed by me if any atnd should any one do any of the above named things for my benefit I do solemnly swear that I will not reimburse him in any way whatever and will ex ert every effort of which I am cap Qficeprimary a just and honest one wider the order of the Democratic District Committee of the Twenty fifth Judicial District on my merits and with out the use of corrupt influences either directly or indirectly Oath of Winner 3 Before a certificate of nomi nation shall be issued to the candi date receiving the largest number of votes in said primary he shall be required to subscribe to and take the following oath viz State of Kentucky- I do solemnly swear that I have neither in person nor by direction nor through my friends either di rectly or indirectly since December 10 1908 given loaned or promised to any voter or any one for him any money prppefty Y spirituous vinous or matt liquors or anything of value for the purpose of promoting x iu fluetidin my election and no one to my k1JPwle4ge has dons any of these t h g lot my benefit I solemnly nyttbnexpenditure made in the Democrats primary election jof the Twentyfifth Judicial District of Kentucky on my acopilhfc and that my race has been a just anti honest one Roth Are Satisfied Judgetdf the above resolutions and eac announced that he would take th required oath J M Stevenson was apponifced a committee to get bids from the dif ferent publishers in this district find in Lexington for the printing of the primary ballotsrJudge Benton and Judge Mays drew for places on the ballot and Judge Hays drew first place SHOPPERSi Carry home your small bundles yourself Remember the merchants g and their emoloyes are overworked0 thoughtful Mr Phirl Coulter of Louisville is in town for a few days Miss Anna Stoner Rash will be the atttradve guest of friends in Lexington for a few days YIyL IYL 6 6 6 lYl IYIylYlY6IYIIIYIYtIyy Christmas TEiUon the tvs will issue its Christmas TEition on P ues8ap dec 1Stl II tt It will carry many Special HoliIday Features Christmasy Poems Illustrations Etc It will be the Shopping Guide for the busiest days of the Holiday tradev THE ADVERTISERS WHO DESIRE wSPACE HAD BETTER NOTIFY THIS OFFICE IMMEDIATELY Ce UHncbeter Dews Qompany INCORPORATED i i I I AMERICAN COMPOSER AND IMPRESARIO WHO WILL TRY NEW OPERA HouseNewAmerican music When he first ai rived in this country he announced his intention to offer as much aid to the composers of the western world ag possi ble Carrying out this plan he is now ready to ofiter a prize for the best opera by an American Frederick S Converse the Boston composer probably will be the first to have one of his productions tried at the MetropplltaB GAME OF BROOMBALL PROVES INTERESTING jLfxington and Winchester Teams TI- i1LGarM e t1t Iu rMtr City LSINGTON Ky Dec 1iThere was a rattling good brooniball game at the Mammoth Skating Rink on West Fourth street last nightrLexington and Winchester were the contestants and after an hour imd seveinRefereees Van Arsdale and Miller called the game a draw neither team bein y able to score The game was fast and furious but the play was uncommonly clean There were no intentional fouls o either side There were rooters in large numbers for both teams and interest was intense This is a form of sport that should be liberally patronized and it is not hazarding much to say that there would not be standing room in th rink at any game if the public gen erally was acquainted with the in tense excitement and exhilaration n that comes to the spectator as his optics follow the flying rolling spin ning ball as the one side sweeps it goalwards and the other smashes it back juggles it on their brooms or tosses it ceilingward as they skit forward and backward at breaknec- speed An effort is being made to establish a league and four clubsLex ington Maysville Nicholasville and Winchesterare already in The game is really worthwhile 200 WAS REALIZED BY KINGS DAUGHTERS Local Society Have Very Successful Bazaar Thursday The local Society of the Sing Daughters gave their annual ba zaar in the vacant store room next to the Winn Furniture Store on Main street Thursday It was a great success and neary every article contributed was sold Over200 was taken in Buys IOu Turkeys D S Powelll agent for the Ren aker Poultry Company bought i100 turkeys in Madison county this week at 12 cents per pound They were shipped to thisjcity 1a 4 night 1 1 a NEW FAST TRAIN ON LN FOR FLORID i Time Beteen Clnci nan aj acks- onvl fI awentyFIYt J nOU The LrN Railway will install a new fast train Between Cincinnati and Jacksonville on December Tfyis train will cbnsist of P1l11m- nsleepers cpach smoking car bag flogs and express cars It will make the l bin tW I1fy five hours Th sehtfJtfe of trainsstoPPing at Win chester will be rearranged of three trains to Cincinnati as pieseDt there wll be four A pas senger can leav under the new schedi ie for Cincinnati at fi or a m 0nn tie rew time table trains will be due ar Winchester ai follows South Bound Knjxvillelocal eNo 33Cincinnatiand Jackson ville limited 1103 a m No 9Maysvilleand local with Cincinnati connection ajv Paris arrives 632 and departs 635 p m No31 Cincinnati and Atlan limited 11 23 p m- North Bound Cincinnakti a m No 10Stanford and MaYsvil- local le connerting at Paris for ci cinnati 713 a m NoasKnoxville and Cincinnati local arrives 250 departs at 253 p m No 32Jacksonville and nati limited 545 p m All of these trains will stop Winchester also all are daily e cept Nos J9 and 10r which are daily except Sunday Trains No 29 which is due here at 8 45 a m and 28 which is due at 438 p m on the present lime table will be discontinued be- ween Paris and Rowland on the new time table Already one section has been book nesw f CAPITOL CONSPIRATORS FAIL fOR 1W TRIAL Pennsylvania Judge Says JudSame in Cases MustfStandT Special to The t IARBISl7RI Pa D cll newt ins rs the capitolonspiracycas8 r t NO SECTIONALISM IN COUNTRY NOW cRGreat Congresses in Wash ington- WASHINGTON t Dec 10This second week of December 1908 is the dawning of light for our great American Republic The South is no longer a setion except in name to designate the locality Neither is the North the Mast or the West Wit are one people working for the cotrimen good As a result of this weeks work we win have a country in will the peoples interests will be sub served aWeultimately the great Appalachian forest reserve a national park in the Cumberland Mountains part of it in Kentucky Wfc will have the gtwaterways of our country improyed to benent the people as a whole hud not to benefit one particular sec tion No Longer Stand in Way The disturbing doctrine of States rights can no longer stand in the way of our national progress What is good for one State is good for the adjoining State and for all thc States It is a significant fist that the first movement to give to the national government the control of our maturaL resources come fro The Southern States andtlJf very States that nearly half it century Hgo precipitated a Civil War to main ruin Staterights A Notable Gathering One of the most notable gatherings ever assembled in the history of tii country in the interest of water way was called to order yesterday when the National Rivers and Ear bors Congress met in fifth annualW convention at the New The cdngress is national in its purpose representing all sections and all waterways andis endeavoring to impress the Congress with the jge cessity 4it1t Comprehensive policy for improving riv rscanals and harbors of the nation Senators re resentatives diplo mats captains of finance governors highnin were present Rep resentative Joseph E Ransdell of esses plat form Bishop OConnell of the Cath invocationg R prayer to the r of All Resources signalized the for mal opening of the convention Vice President Speaks An address by Vice President Fairbanks followed Ambassador James Bryce of Breat Britain told Britabler JudgeCcorge thde m berlain bf Oregon Seth Low former mayor of New York City Gov Son RepresentatWt e WD Lyman Whitman College Washington Mr Gompers is a man of small statue like Mr Carnegie but is man of strong character His ad tiirnsl patriotism Ambassador Bryce of England could be just as good an Americana he is an Englishman He is a rum stropmpersonality a patriot capable of rep oatf agexTwo By Name of James Kentucky has two Congressmen by the name of James Ollie James of the First district and Dr James of the Third district Dr James was defeated at the last election but is threatening a contest The matter is being investigated by the Republican Campaign Committee and whether or not a contest is made depends on the investigationIt that Mr Ollie James of the First district is a brotherinlaw- to Mr James of the Third District who was declared elected arid Mr Ollie James is trying in every way possible to keep the contest from be ntte contest Resents MessageuOne part of the Presidents mes sage is resented by many members lof Congress and of the Senate The objectionable feature is that whick r ftro tft the action of Con f h t Kr J yr 15 I tr rtg r t WEATHER iPartly Cloudy Tonight and A Saturday Cooler Tonight l 1 11 WEEK change a nominee I 1 gress in failing to provide for anjadequate secret service Rivers and Harbors At the Rivers and Harbors Coil gress yesterday afternoon the Horn hamp Clark of Missouri made an speech We are good friends The following are some ex tractsAs far as the actual work of wat envays improvement is concerned however one Congressman is worth a dozen governors he added- I have heard what Gov Cham berlain said about defeating Con gressmen It sounded well but I want to tell you that there are not twelve men in a hundred who dont want to be Congressmen and the 391 in Congress are what you might hall the survival of the fittest Now if the people should vote the man who doesnt do his tY then theyought to vote for the man who does Its a poor rule that wont work both ways You needs little fatherly advice and youre go Ing to get it Congress is not opposed to riverS and harbors improvement The trou ble is no concrete proposition w or thy of consideration has been laid before Congress and thatt the trou ble There has been talking enough about it and t he time for action has come tiI commenced talking rivers and a harbors improvement and listening to speeches on the subject at the Denver convention seventeen yeraa ago continued Representative liemtening ever since Youre no further advanced now than you were then except that you have got public sen timent on your side now CALLED mm OF eCITYCOUNCIL FRIDAY l f ill Consider Telephone Ordinance Passed at Last Ses sion iftayof J A Hughes has ssteaa cillfpr Aniefiting of the City Cpnri cil to be field Friday ni ht tot the piirpdse of hearing a donipttnt from the Old Kentucky Telephone Coin pony on the ordinance passed at the lath rcrhrmeeting ofEeci for safe a fjn bise to the East Tenneseet Telephone Company The new fran chise fxes the rate for telephones pt a higher figure than is being paid now and higher than the pru 3 fixed jn the Old Kentucky Companys franchise The Old Kentucky Company will ask that the new franchise kmade the same as that which it holds and that the rates for both comp panics be made the sane DEAD BOY PROVES TO BE ROY ANDES Body is Brought Back From Ashland By Father Who Indenti fies Him i 7TheAndes who was killed by a freight train in the railroad yards at Ashland Andesason George Andes of West Broadway The description given Mr Andes here Wednesday night over the tele phone by the Chief of Police of Ash land of the dead man did not tally with that of his son and it was at first thought that it was some one elseMr Andes went to Ashland Thurs day and after viewing the body idea tified it is that of his son The odyIwas prepared for burial at Ashland and brought to this city Friday morn ing and taken to his home on West Broadway The funeral was held Friday afternoon Burial in the Win chester cemetery r CANNON AGAINST BONDING rANy Says He Will Not Vote For Bones For Rivers and Har bors PeCannon his er unalterable opposition to the propo sition of financing nationalwaterway i improvements by the issuance of government Bonds in a cbaraeteristif addreee to the delegates attenctkg the men and Harbors CoofTM J to f il tqf1wo THE WIICHEITEItIEWI J TABLE DELICACIES t ttr OME APPROVED RECIPES OF ic s VARIOUS KINDS ftto f 4 o To Cream Butter Care Needed in Car- amelizingz SugarDelicious Rice t BallsRoasted PorkTender ft loin with Garnishment V if1r i f Put milk In the top of a double boil 0rhaving water boiling in the under part Cover and let stand on top of range until the milk has a bead 1around terPut butter in a bowl and work r with a wooden spoon until the butter f in of a soft creamy consistency betTo Extract Juice from OnionCut a dice from the root end of the onion j jemove the outer skin and press onion on a coarse grater using a rotary mo tion 2Fried OystersSelect large oysters Clean and parboil slightly to draw out water Drain and dry on towel Roll 1fn cracker crumbs dip in mayonnaise dressing then in crumbs Let stand tor five minutes and if moist dip again In crumbs and cook in deep hot fat for one minute To Caramelize SugarPut sugar in a smooth granite saucepan or omelet ran plate over the hot partof the range and stir constantly until melt ed and the color of maple sugar Care must be taken to prevent sugar from Adhering to the sides of the pan or spoon Rice Balls Boil a cupful of rice in water and add salt While warm mix eggsrRamon Make this into small balls end fry in deep fat Drain and roll in currant jelly then powdered sugar Roasted Pork TenderloinClean a dozen pork tenderloins season with salt and pepper Put into baking pan Make for this a dressing of breadcrumbs seasoned with salt pepper onion chopped fine Moisten this with milk and put dressing between the andta garnished with parsley and hard boiled eggs Canned Chicken- S To can chicken prepare as for stew Jng put on to cook in water to cover with a rounding tablespoon possibly more of salt to each chicken Cook till the meat will slip from bones take out all bones pack pieces of meat as close as you can in glass jars fill with the broth adding boiling water to It if there is not enough to fill all Jars Put on rubbers and covers put up top wire but do not snap down lower one Put jars on rack in wash boiler pour In warm water to shoulders of jars cover boiler and let boil threequarters to one hour after water t begins to boil Then lift boiler off out of drafts let stand a few mo ments before uncovering trailer Then take off boiler cover snip down lower Jar wires without lifting tops lift jars out wipe and set aside to cool then put away To Serve with Ice Cream Crystallized mint rose leaves geranium and violets are nice to serve with ice cream or ices Make a sirup of one pound sugar and a gill of wa ter Boil without stirring until a drop put into water becomes Immediately brittle Remove the saucepan from the fire and set it at once in an outer fpan of boiling water Add to the sirup the juice of half a lemon Run the prongs of a sharp pickle fork through each leaf to be candied and dip it Into the hot sirup Lay the leaves separ ately on a buttered or waxed paper to drain- f t Mushrooms Baked Under Glass r Peel and remove the stems fromd goodsized firm mushrooms Saute lightly in plenty of butter and season tiwith salt and pepper Put round slices of toast in the dish cover with the mushrooms and the liquor from the pan in which they have been jiauted cover with the bells and bake from fifteen to twenty minutes When ready to serve add a tablespoonful of hot cream to each dish and serve un der the bells- Steamed Rye and Indian Loaf Sift together two cups corn meal one cup rye meal not flour a tea teaspoonfulhalthalf cup sweet milk mix well turn unto a buttered tin pail or mold and steam in a kettle of boiling water for boilingiL An Egg Hint 5To preventhardboiled eggs for sal ads sandwiches etcfrom turning a dark color place them when taken out of the boiling water in a basin of cold water for a few minutes This will not only preserve their natural color but Swi11 render them much more easy to shell To Keep Vegetables i turnips carrots sweet potatoes and horseradish keep fresh a long time by being buried In sand In the cellar Parsley and celery if dug up by the aroundrthem and placed in the cellar will also keep green for some time V French Salad Dressing i Three tablespoons of olive oil one tablespoon vinegar Mix salt red pep per a little mustard and a trifle of F V sugar stir smooth with oil To thse r P Ingredients add the oil and vinegar 7 r 1a LIQUOR MEN HOPEfUL Claim Opposition Wave Throughput Country Is Receding Washington Dec iThat the wave of opposition throughout the country to the liquor trade seems to be receding was the keynote of the reports from various statements made at the closing session of the National Liquor league The consensus of opinion was that the best interests of the liquor trade would bp conserved by having the number of saloons limited according to population Resolutions were adopted declaring that the industry has been overle islated overabused and overtaxed in the furtherance of a creed or cult that is basically unAmerican and at absolute variance with every princi pie of liberty civic righteousness economics common sense and com mon justice It was further resolved that the AntiSaloon league is a menace to good government the qui etude of communities and vested property rights and exists for no other purpose than to provide occu pation and revenue for the members of a close corporation by the process es of perpetual agitation and that lo cal option Is but another name for prohibition and is equally confisca tory in its assaults upon property rights Timothy L McDonough of Cleveland was reelecteu president Hazel Defense Begins Today Toledo 0 Dec w The state rested its case in the trial of Harvey Hazel the 17yearold boy accused of murdering his mother last January and today the defense began the in troduction of its evidence The state did not endeavor to show that the murder was premeditated but sought to prove that the killing was done while perpetrating a robbery In either case the extreme penalty Is death SULZER IS PRESIDENT National League of Democratic Clubs Preserves Its Organization Washington Dec vThe Nation al League of Democratic Clubs select ed as temporary officers Representa tive Sulzer of New York president William C Liller of New York sec retary Cotter T Bride Washington D C treasurer It is the purpose of the league to maintain intact the organization now existing so as to eliminate the work of reorganization In each campaign Mr Sulzer heads a committee appointed to prepare for a Jackson day banquet to be held in this city In January Decides Against Bleached Flour Washington Dec Secretary Wilson OL the department of agricul ture announced his decision in the bleached flour controversy holding that flour bleached with nitrogen peroxide is an adulterated product under the law and that It can not legally be sold in the District of Columbia or in the territories or be transported in interstate commerce Owing to the immense quantity of bleached flour now on hand the sec retary will recommend no prosecu tions of manufacturers or sellers for a period of six months from this date Hale Succeeds Allison Washington Dec A largely at tended caucus of Republican senators unanimously elected Senator Hale of Maine as chairman of the Republican caucus to succeed the late Senator Allison of Iowa The position carries with it the chairmanship of the Republican steering committee of the senate which determines all import ant legislation in the senate and also Imposes the duty of selecting mem bers of the committee on committees all of them important duties Theatrical Merger Proposed Chicago Dec A Seventyflve theaters between Chicago and San Fran Cisco Including playhouses In Oma ha Denver and San Francisco are to be merged into one company accord ing to an authoritative source Klaw Erlanger are said to be the prime movers in the extension of the so called trust although others includ ing William Harris of Boston are ue clared to be interested Has Message For Roosevelt Berlin Dec c Count Von Bern storff the newly appointed ambassa dor of Germany to the United States was received in audience by Emperor William The emperor has given the count a private message for Pres ident Roosevelt The new ambassa dor will sail for New York on the steamer Amerika Dec 11 Potters Call on Roosevelt Washington Dee 15 President Roosevelt received half a hundred members of the United States Pot ters association headed by George C Thompson its president of East Liverpool O THE MEAT Of IT The number of volumes In the Con gressibnal library Is 1585008 accord ing to the report of the librarian Mrs Sue Bueh of Richmond Va has recovered 10000 worth of Jew els stolen on a Pullman sleeper A porter confessed that he found the jewel case and held it for a reward The pope has recovered his health and his daily audiences have been resumedFire out the business section of Roswell a mining town near New Philadelphia O The late Rear Admiral Joseph B Coghlan was buried in the Arlington National cemetery wit full military honors r 1 J f PBOFESSIQMIL CARDS JOUETT JOUE7T Ailcrneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEVrJSON 1 Attorney At Law 60 S Main Se WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNEB Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUSH BUSH Attorneys At Late GO S Main St Winchester Ky DR W C WORTlilKGTGR Office hours 10 to 12 a m j+ 2 top F m and 7to8pm Sew phone 432 Residence 033 51 N Main St Winchester TRAIN SCHEDULE Passengertrains leave Winchester ar follows O O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m- Ho 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 24 Daily 9 25 p m 0 O WEST BOUND ffo 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 2l Daily 803 am 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 88 Daily 1159 am No9 Daily Ex Sunday 6 27 p m No 31 Daily 1109 pm L N NORTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 82 Daily 260 pm No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 488 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 p m- No4 Daily 818a m L E WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 am No 3 Daily 620 p m LEXINGtON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 Daily Daily Stations PM AM Joy 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 43D 943 Torrent 447 95G Beattyville June 510101r Athol 537 J1045 0 K Junction 605 1115 ArJackson 610 1120 I Nol No31 No5 Westbound 4 DailY1DailY1Sun AM1 PMTAM jv Jackson 6 10 12 20 700 0 K June 615 225 705 Athol 640 252 730 Beattyville Junc 707 320 754 Torrent 730 341 8 15 Natural Bridge 7 45 355 8 26 Campton Junc 748 357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 902 L E June 00 507 934 Winchester 19 12 520 946 ArLexington 60511025- TIIE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3will make connection with the C 0 Ry forMt Sterling Campton Junction Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos 2 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MDOWELL Gen1Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf Philadelphia Philadelphia Is the city of small homes for large families and Is fa mous for the scarcity of cheap and ill ventilated tenements Down in the Neck even at this day you can rent a three story house with marble stoop marble window sills and caps marble door sills caps and jambs marble vestibules marble fireplaces and man tels marble wainscoting etc for a few dollars a month tHE NEWS by mail 3 a year t 4 1 JOB PRINTING J r t J ti Ovr Plant is equipped with the latest Ia cilities to turn out the best of lob Workr i Our Business has increased matefx j f in the past month It is grow F I steadily from day to day PecA who never patronized this office tc fore are bringing their work fa Nothing Is Too Large foJfi handle Nothing is too small for K vent our giving it the very best c attention ri n We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is care fully taken care of andJobs are turned t Jofths office the day they are promised I There is no irritating delay i a We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and foldedwork Lawyers Briefs can be set as expes ditiously andcheaply as in any part of Kentucky All We AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again C J t lI c TH- ESAINCHFSTER NEWS COINCORPORATED IS Main Si = Winchester S JOB PRINTING ti toSi r tj ElAJ f u Page Th 7 J n i Si + i HOME TRADE AnVICE Movingy In Your Own Town k 5 NEEDEDbArf iJThis With the Right Spirit and Pride r Will Make Any Community Thrive 2 Fallacy of trading With the Mail n Order Houses j There is the same reason for building l rTip the trade and industries of a com- J4 nnnity that there is for building up J Vthe trade and industries of a nation t lgoes without saying that the couii trycwhich does most to foster the com f merce the manufacturing and the pros f perity of its own people soon outdistances the country which neglects these things The same thing applies to small communities Now that is just the principle inx volved in trading with home mer chants rather than with distant mail order houses To trade with the home merchant helps home commerce and home industry To send money to the distant mail order house helps that remote concern but depletes the commu nity from which the money is sent Every dollar taken out of a community makes everybody in the community that much less prosperous If more r water flows out of a lake than flows into it there is only a question of time vhen the lake will go dry If more dollars flow out of a community than flow into it there is only a question of time when everybody that lives there will suffer for lack of money Take the farmer for example Sup f pose he trades with a mail order house n on the supposition that he can buy 78oods cheaper there a supposition that actual investigation shows in most cases to be untrue Every dollar the r farmer sends away leaves his commu r pity short that one dollar As a result the home merchant suffers When all the home merchants suffer the village Itself becomes less prosperous This reacts on the farmer It is a truism that a farm near a thriving town is worth more money than one near a poor town Therefore every time the farmer hurts the merchant of his nearest village he is depleting the value of his own acres This is not a theory but a condition shown by rundown vil lages and abandoned farms in many parts of the land The thing that caused this havoc was not deteriora tlon of the soil but deterioration in I the local public spirit The same thing that causes dollars to go to the distant city when they should remain at home causes the boy or the girl to go to the distant city when he or she should re main at home The fault does not lie In soil or other outer conditions so much as in the people themselves They fail to appreciate their locality its charm and its possibilities The outcome of all this is that the city be Incomes congested both with men and wealth while the rural community flails behind in the same degree This 4s not a healthy condition Any na i ition is ina bad way whose cities grow- rutif the expense of its farms When the farmers are prosperous the nation Is prosperous and no true and perma Went prosperity is possible otherwise But the farmer cannot prosper in the v highest degree unless those about him prosper also Local spirit local pride local upbuilding are the only things that will make a locality thrIve This helps everybody in the community It hopeVmore emulation and more trade All these things mean better work better- looking environments better prices better results all around Even if the farmer gains a few cents by sending his money away he thus loses far more than he gains But on the whole article by article and dollar for dollar t he can get better values by trading at home than he can by sending his money to themail order house This is susceptible of proof and indeed has been proved over and over again But aside from the few dollars involved one way yor the other it is the principle that counts The question is Does one prefer home prosperity or distant prosperity The farmer who sends his money fo the distant concern is not a true friend to his children If he expects them to live in the same community he has re duced the future prosperity of that community This can only result in impoverishing Ills children to that ex r tent or in driving them to the distant city where his dollars have gone We are parts of the society about us and can no more be independent of its con independentwof the kind of water it is in A fresh r water fish cannot live in salt water neither can a prosperous man live per manently in an impoverished com munity Patronize your home concerns They are your best friends As you help them they will help you Be proud of your own community and have a com miinity of which you can be proud- i This sort of spirit builds nations 1builds states builds municipalities and builds neighborhoods Nothing else will build them A man that does not provide for his own Is worse than an infidel and a man that does not help I to upbuild the community in which he lives Is a traitor to his neighbors to his children and to his own best inter d ests This is the plain truth of th matter plainly stated It is a phi 7 fosophy that has been proved since the beginning of time i 7V JAMES A EDGERTON ii V VA Tempting Offer Springfield Mass lids offered xI 1 i prlze of 500 for the best scheme tc 2 advertise the town iF b iJ Ji 6 t r W rm tt WJIf lfu llifl I u rr irr fti ilThese designs are suitable for making up in cloth that flay be worn with especialIIyMaterials required for the jacket Two and a half yards 52 inches wide five yards lining silk half yard velvet The second is in drab face cloth It is very smartly cut the front being quite short and fastened on the bust it is edged with a fold of green and drab finely checked silk The threequarter sleeves have deep turnup cuffs bound with silk Drab felt hat trimmed with velvet and wings Materials required for jacket Three yards 50 inches wide five and a half yards lining silk half yard checked silk THE ONEPIECE GOWN Fashionable and Becoming It Is Pop ular This Winter Each week gives added popularity to the onepiece frock It really is cut in two pieces but thats a mere detail The gown is the thing this win terA coat suit is all very well for a workaday world or busy hours but when one is in the house or going anywhere where friends afb gathered together the onepiece frock is the correct costume Over it can be dropped a long coat of cloth satin Or fur which is discarded at the house These gowns are made of such soft cloth that one of them was run through a bracelet as a test It was a dull pink messaline with a full floppy untrimmed skirt and a directoire jumperOthers are made of navy blue black catawba and wistaria satin and satin cloth There is no lining but a great many buttons In some of them a shallow guimpe with long sleeves is attached but the majority are made up without they vary in trimming the general lines are the same straight highwaisted skirt narrow shortwaist ed blouse small square sleeves and shallow round neck These gowns are so soft and pliable that they can be put in a traveling bag without being mussed There has never been so becoming and fashionable a costume which will take up so little space and have so lit tIe weight as this new onepiece frock The idea is carried out in everyday indoor frocks made of soft woolens summer cheviots plaid cashmeres The skirts are cut short and wash guimpes are worn under them No belt is needed as the highwaisted skirt is cut into scallops or battlements and piped and stitched to the blouse Alcohol far Throat To obtain the luster of polished marble which is so admired on throat and shoulders displayed by a decollete gown do not use powder as this will surely show Instead give the neck and shoulders a warm almost hot bath and while the skin is in a moist ened and fresh condition sponge the neck and shoulders with clear cologne water The cologne will enter into the pores and will make the shoulders appear white and with the coveted lus ter Alcohol will serve the same pur pose but the cologne is more refresh ing and delicate Short Bones in Corsets It is interesting to know that while corsets are longer the bones in them are shorter They go over a part of the hip but do not run down to the end of the corset These long bones were found disastrous as they were constantly breaking or bending and pushing the corset into a curve below the waist Now the bones stop short enough to prevent breakage and the coutille is strapped and stitched and fitted to the figure for the rest of the length Net Veils The veils of Russian net are too be themein favor of a newer but less attractive weave and so this popular veiling is included in the new importations It comes in black white and the staple colors with a few of the newer shades veits iiiesh and small dot being referred wthe coarser thread andlarge dot 5 i t Ji y t MAKES A PRETTY BLOUSE ShellPink Glace Over Which Is Spot ted Filet Net Spotted filet net worn over shell pink glace would make this a pretty blouse piece lace is used for the yoke which is edged with galloon ol delicate shades Two tucks are made on each shoul der and are edged with fold of pink the sleeves are arranged in tucks from the top to the elbow each tuck being edged with a fold of Sil18 band of galloon finshes the sleeves at the elbow Material required 21 yards net 42 inches wide 4 yards silk 2 yards galloon 4 yard piece lace Exercise for Invalids When one is confined to bed for a long time it is necessary to give the invalid some form of simple exercise If cost is not an objection this is best managed by a trained masseuse She should come every other day or oftener as the doctor advises Deep massage will stir up all the organs and prevent sluggishness Careful rubbing alterpating with gentle pinches to start circulation is a good substitute for massage with the advantage that it can be done by an amateur nurse Care must be taken not to permit an invalid to overtire in her zeal for ex ercise The best time to take it is two hours after eating It must continue but a few minutes at a time and the vigorous movements of health should- be forbidden Blouses of Crepon Women who are in mourning or who wear black from choice may find the most charming blouses in black crepon at really moderate prices considering the excellent style and workmanship of a surface little willIliemodel seen recently had the long sleeves crossed with fagoting which was effective on the crinkly material The collar and short yoke was a combination of heavy lace and fagoting Benzoin in Lotions When adding benzoin to a cream or lotion it should be added drop by drop at first and slowly always or other wise it is apt to curdle When used in bath water this effect is not marked Enough should be poured in to give the water a milk rdok L0 iC J dl l The Season of Good Cheer will Soon be on Us a Few More Days Then Merry Merry Christmast You may want spruce the occasion have New Fall Clothing that would look well deThey enable march right front rank Clothing first to good spirit good looks the wife it ewer occur to you what a nice Xmas present our Suits or Overeats will make for your husband or If not so expensive a present a pair of WalkOver Shoes would be only 350 A Stetson or Hawes Hawes 300 Stetson 350 X500 Neckties and Mufflers are always nice have them in endless varieties 1Ties 50 and75Ce Mufflers to 300 Come early andstay as long as you wish Go out tell others about It costs nothing to look o f q f Yours for a Happy Christmas lMURPHY SIGN LITTLE M- ANALLAN Court House Winchester 1 t HINT TO MERCHANTS May Use Local Newspaper to Fight Mail Order Evil Much has been written about the subtle of the big four pound catalogues sent broadcast over the land by the houses located in the big cities which strange to say refuse to sell goods to the residents of the cities in which they are located There is no mysterious element in these bulky paper books writes D M Carr in the Dwight lIt Herald From cover to cover they are filled with and with prices and of goods The power of printers ink is the only magnet and this can be used by merchants everywhere The publishers of these great catalogues do business running well up toward the fifty millions yearly All their success has been in the ink they use and the way they use it Because these concerns receive patronage that should go to the home merchant it is the home merchants fault Mr Carr argues The home merchant neglects to do just what the houses which the big cata logues do He may not have the money to get out such a great list neither the means of carrying great stocks of goods Yet he possesses all the means necessary to gain the trade that goes to these great concerns He eXIpenselocal newspaper the merchant can go to all the people of the community pense once a week and at the lowest ex VtiBill Nyes Soft Job Bill Nye in his earlier days once ap proached the manager of a lecture bu reau with an application for ment and was asked if he had ever done anything in that line Oh yes said Bill What have you done Well replied Bill my last job was in a dime museum sitting in a barrel with the top of my head sticking out posing as the largest ostrichegg in captivity c Newss J r s j L 5 y ft h to up for t tI t We some the par will you to up in the Our the aid and VVVTo Did one of son nice Hat and We 25c 25c and usvr you t of THE Opp Ky HOME influence pictures descriptions magnet publish employ in 1 Making Window Frames J Iused to be a slow and therefore expensive pro cess Today nobody thinks of making them by hand when they can buy them ready made of any size Our line of mill work includes many things besides window frames We can supply I you ofequally a house from the front porch to the back door R P SCOBEE SON1 CO 0 INCORPORATED 4 TERS rvwvnr nn 1sPElaPRICE a i Garland HeatersW and on Cook StovesVs I 950 neater to close out S s OTHERS If PROPORTION J1 Grant Witt Co N Main St Winchester Ky 10 J 1 r ADVERTISE IN THE N E W S i 2 T i r r 0i t k t Y TT1J- f l c i t tI Q J THEWmCHESTERIICWl v c J r- 1IE rllCIESfER MEWS MIINIePellient tJls- V xJr Published by Tr Winchester News Co F Incorporated Office South Main Street r a Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday a lhttnd at the Winchester Post Of flee as mail matter of the second class SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery iDtily one year 520 jDne week 10 Payable at office or to collector weary week t V Mail Delivery 300IiDne month 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING I RATES Disolay Per Inch One time any edition 25 SlHree times within one week 50 one week continuously 100 One calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 sour weeks three times a week 180 ipur weeks two times a week 120 sour weeks one time a week J75 Time discounts 3 months 10 per 4rent 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7cPure reading news headings loc 91jFRIDAY DECEMBER II 1908 THE TELEPHONE FRANCHISE i The City Council at its meeting last1 riday night passed an ordin juuie offering for sale a telephone framhise This ordinance was pre HorneyfurCompany This company has been operating for some years under a li Cense as we understand it from the Council but this license has expired jmd if the company continues in bus ness in this city it must bUya fran flhise A special meeting of the Council w has been called for tonight by the Mayor to again consider that or dinance The telephone is a natural monop oly and in our private opinion there should be but one company in any given field The government should Conduct it as in many European countries ora single company act ing under an ironclad franchise that gives to the governing body of the State or municipality power to con irql andregulate the character of itsfservice and the rates to be charg- edsa Two companies as in Winchester ar+ a double tax on the local business jnari He is compelled to install both jn his store for fear that he may lose customers who do business over tii telephone If there were but on coinpany in the field in Winchester nov we should probably be opposed fc granting an additional franchise But we are not yet sufficiently ac quainted with the local situation to know what is best for the city The- O Kentucky Company has we are jreuably informed about four times tbji number of subscribers of the Est Tennessee Company It seems to cQvei the city and county thoroughly si of to have long distance coi nee Sterlingdcomparedye the merchants connections with Cincinnati Chicago New York another 1 points not covered by the other company Many of our business houses findsuch service absolutely essential to the suscessful conduct affairsrc We have been told that the East Ueline see is making no money We hvealso been informed that there vreInegotiations on foot several youths ago for this company to vithdraw from the local field under Bn agreement with the Old Kentucky to take care of all outside tolls The dell people are now doing this in several points in the State where they were unable to secure a foothold against the independent company or f and it unprofitable The Old Kentucky Company is now operating under a franchise which permits it to charge a rate of 150 a month to residences and 250 a month to business houses A further provision of that franchise is that when the company has 1500 subscribers it may increase the rates busIinesshousespresent the company is actually charging 100 for residences and istTail after the first of the year that 0 on that date the amount fixed in the irqnchise will be collected The com S 1 i Z oif r y S r i p pony has jo the neighborhood ofa 1000 subscribers and therefore the cbiig a flextyear will be 150 for rci tdepces and 250 for business houses One of the peculiar things about the telephone business is that mL the subscribres grow the expen- seS increase more rapidly and3i higher rate must be charged A The franchise asked by the East Tennessee Company and which was passed by the Council last Fri la S fhes the maximum rate at 165 for residences Ad 275 for business houses And when 1000 telephones have been installed the rates may be raised to 200 for residences and 300 for business places The at torney for the company at the Coun cil meeting stated that these rates were necessary to make the business profitable We do not understand why there sliould be this difference in the Provisions of the two franchises The m Cornanagerpany states to us that his company is perfectly satisfied with the maxi mum rates fixed by his franchise arid that the owners of that company can make a fair profit under those rates That they feel that the community should not be asked for higher rates and that they are perfectly satisfied If this be so the rate provisions of the ordinance that is to be consider ed again tonight are too high The Old Kentucky is owned and control led by local men It is a home en terprise The East Tennessee is a foreign corporation and is a part of the great Bell system We should be absolutely fair to oath companies The ordinance Friday night was passed without consideration or discussion in the Coun cil and on the statement of the attorney for the East Tennessee Company The Council is acting for the cif izehs of Winchester It represents them and them alone In a matter so important which fixes on the community a charge that must be borne for twenty years it behoves the Council to go slow The fullest con sideration should be given and the fullest investigation made What are the rates in other cities of the same size as Winchester What do experts say as to the cost of telephone service Why should the Old Kentucky Company with 1 000 subscribers be satisfied with a lower rate than the East Tennessee with 250 And particularly why is this S9t when the officials of both companies say that it costs far mor to handle each subscriber when ther are a larger number than when ther arc tcomparatively few Why should tile Old Kentucky be forbidden to raise its rates until it has 1500 names while the East Tennessee un der the provisions of the new or dinarice can do so when 1000 is reachedThese are questions that should be investigated and answered by the Council The News holds a brief fo neither company It is trying to rep resent to the best of its ability th interests of the citizens of Win chester The Council is proposing to sell a valuable privilege It is fix ing for 20 years the prices that must Iewileallow the company to secure a fa interest on its investment and no more The telephone company is a public service corporation It doe business in this community by virtu- of a privilege given by the muftcipal ity If 165 for residences and 275 for stores is a fair maximum rate let the Council so fix it If it is too high let the proper figures be in serted before this privilege is auctioned off- Remember Mr Councilman yo represent t the city of Winchester ati neither telephone company You are to find out what is best for the city and its citizens and act accordingly IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS The late Frank Marshalls famous editorial in Charles Danas New Yor Sun answering the query Ills there a Santa Claus is particularly ap propriate now It is as follows IlWe take pleasure in answering at once and thus prominently the communication below expressing at the same time our gratification that its faithful author is numbered amon the friends of the Sun Dear Editor Iam eight years old Sqme of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus Papa saysIlIf you see it in The Sun its so Please tell me the truth is there a Santa Claus VIRGINIA OHANLON 115 West Fiftyninth street Virginia your little friends are wrong They have been aifected by the skepticism of a skeptical age They do not believe except they see They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds All minds Virginia whether they be mens or childrens are little In this great universe of ours man is a mere insect an ant in his intellect as compared with the boundless world about lion as meas v f ured Tjy time intelligence capable of graspingthe whole ofr truth and knowledge Yes Virginia there is a Santa Clause He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy Alas How dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claus It would be as dreary as if there were no Virginias There would be no childlike faith in this weary world no romance to make tolerable this existence We should have no enjoyment except in sense and sight The eternal light with which childhood fills the worldwould be extinguishedNot Santa Claus You might as well not believe in fairies You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the chimneys on Christmas eye to catch Santa Claus butaf they did not see Santa Glaus coming down what would that prove Nobody sees Santa Claus but that is no sign there is no Santa Claus The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn Of course not but thats no truth that they are not there Nobody can con ceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the worldIYou may tear apart the babys rattle and see what makes the noise inside but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest man nor even the united strength of all the strongest Jnen that ever lived could tear apart Only faith fancy poetry love romance can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supreme beauty and glory beyond Is it all real Ah Virginia inall this world there is nothing else real and abuHntf No Santa Claus Thank God He lives and he lives forever A thou sand years from now Virginia nay ten times ten thousand years from now he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood DEVISED BY A BUSY FATHER TimVe s the Nursery An engineer in Chicago has ha some lively experiences in home life He married lady graduate in medi whecarebaby ed upon him Finding this work interfering with his own professional labors the en gineer produced an apparatus for rocking the cradle by electricity He hadanother switch connected with a phonographwhich as soon as the cradle was set in motion played some lullaby a favorite of the little one rand so sent him to sleep The en elecegives the little recipient its milk at intervals INGENIOUS DEVICE When the members of the Institution of Electrical Engineers rrPaid a visit of inspection to north ern Italy lately they were interested in a device used to protect the over electriec traction system from lightning dis charges The device consists of jets of water which form a permanent earth at the Monbegno generating station on the Valtellina line electric resistance of the jets was said to be sufficient to prevent a seri todo r protection against lightning MARKED FOR DEATH 7Three years ago I was marked for death A graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors fledkmy Discovery says Mrs A C Wil Hams of Bac Kv Thee first dos helped me and on until I had gained 581pounds i weight and my health was fully restored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs disgeases prs pneumonia I under guarantee at Phillips Drugstore 50c and 100 Trial bottl free A Relationship Puzzle Oxford Eng provides the latest relationship puzzle The father of a child recently born In the town mar- rIed for asecond time the sister of his daughters husband The young ster is therefore uncle to his cousins and to himself brotherinlaw to his mother and cousin to his laihers- grandchildren MOVING PICTURES Three thousand feet of moving pictures at opera house Saturday night Something good Dont fail to see it 12103t i r vJt t t r f 4 tU Balloon Skate at the AUDITORIUMSaturday Afternoon Every ticket pur chased entitles you to a balloon- Admission and Skates lOc At Night 30 in Gold willIbe given Come and get some of it The conditions will be explained at the rnk Admission tOe f kates 15c Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE- WinchesterBan oe WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT SPHARdCASHIER enSOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS KIDDVILLE Mrs Mattie Jones is ill at this writing Mrs Joe Garnet of Green Castle Indiana is visiting her father Mr Tom Rayborn Miss Sallie Lee Lancaster of Lex IuZeltaestofMiss Mr and Mrs Everett Chaney of FhMr and Mrs Lyle Butler enter tained a number of their friends with grapophone music last Thursday night The home of James Niblick caught fire Thursday morning but with the help of hind neighbors the fire was extinguished and little damage was done visei Miss Ollie Sewell is visiting Miss Lura Pace Miss Mary Dutton and Mr Lind sey Douglass were the guests of Emma West and brother Shirley Tuesday night Mr Cecil Daniel visited his grand parents Mr and Mrs C W Boone SundayMrs Cliff Daniel and daughter Mrs Oscar Forman visited Mrs Joe Hisle at Holly Wood Sunday charmingnguest of Miss Alma Pharis SewelleMr Thaborn Pace Miss Nellie Rash thenpleasant guests of Miss Alma Pharis Sunday FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE announceeJAMES M BENTON as a candidate for Circuit Judge for the Twentyfifth Judicial District composedof Clark Powell Jessa mine and Madison counties subject to the action of the Democratic par ty We are authorized to announce J SMITH HAYS as a candidate for Circuit Judge for the Twentyfifth Judicial District composed of Clark Powell fessa mine and Madison counties subject to the action of the Democratic par ty i if i t o t l 1VleritTin o t merchandise handled by has done a great deal for 4 II I IeXIstence IF GoodDec Until 108 love 6 ready to Music for any that may come up 10 635 Do Christmas early and in and aid mer and hi cterks have been careful c to keep the dard to the high est possible notch we know we have succeeded beca use business has grown steadily every month since its existence Our Suits and Overcoats at 2000 the best values we can find there better would themr Our Haberdashery is the that particular dressers appreciate The no than asked for Our correspond to other carried Splendid latest and good values in every way Johnson F Murphys Fine Shoes for gentlemen have no equalJ RupardStewart The Evening Slippers ARE HERE is They are very Stylish and Pretty Patent Leather Ankle Straps are very popular Blackand Tan Suede Opera arid Colo nial Ties Black with Fancy Beads made in the latest styles YOU WANT THE NEW FOOTWEAR ON McCord SmithmPhillips Do Men Read Advertisements I Read This One Any Rate j THIS COUPON i i Cutout and presented to us is for I I h 450cShoes I I Home Phone chant any colors MU8SIE The Shoe Man I Ii I We Do Not Reserve Any 5 Shoe in our Store MASSEE The Shoe Man Reeves Orchestra Piano Trap and Drum Music We are furnish occasion LOVE m REEVES N Maple St i1 your shopping morning the 4o i iS5 t t t We stan up and our are If were we aeI kind prices are higher are or dinary goods Hats lines styles Co Kid CALL US at d We Are Being Buried with hurry orders for feed because our customers know that we are selling none but the best grades at about the lowest prices asked in to days market It pays under these conditions to lay in a good stock Shrewdbuyersdo their selecting before prices rise again Try a sack of Purina Horse and Mule Feed TheWINNMARTIJCOALSSUPPLYCO INCORPORATED f DB HAMPTON Pres F CURIIS Cashlif THE 0 E Clark Count National Back MAIN STREET P Wlnehete ItritUkY t 7hl8urpluUndivided Prof It 93 OOQ MOTguiMd UK being the oldest klitoedty Collections made oall J ooants soUcltec1jt il i rr x i i 1 c i t t f i T HtWIHCijJt ffE P rJIIF1iifIf I f BQCIETY l M iga Fanny Hampton will be hos ties for the Fortnightly Literary Club Monday December 14 1 Dont forget the Merchant of Venice Monday night Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mr Matthew iyle Spencer and MiSS Lois Hill on Der cember 22 at Spartansburg N C The Devil is coming Tuesday night Kings Daughters Bazaar The Kings Daughters gave a suc ceeeful bazaar Thursday The store room adjoining Winns Furniture Store was beautiful with dainty and exquisite articles as well as the use ful things which the nimble fingers of ft woman can make The doors were opened at 9 oclock and there was a grand rush The dainty creations went like wild fire Any and everything one wanted could be found on the twenty five cent table The delicious homemade candy was soon sold The bazaar was con tinued this morning and every article was sold t Merchant of Venice j The Merchant of Venice is go 1AI to be one of the most attractive pYsever staged in Winchester It is all local talent and will be thoroughly entertaining All are tak ing an intense interest in the suc berwell attended for the proceeds go to tfi splendid cause of athletics Tickets are now on sale at Mar tins Drug Store and are going very fast so if you want any you had better get them at once There will o bea great football game They have already begun their work and constant practice will keep the grid iron artists in shape for the game Theplay in this scene takes tip the game at the close of the second half qfa 0 to 0 struggle with five minutes to play and the finish of the contest is pulled off with all the realism ofa sure enough game on i the field The two teams represent Wesleyan and Transylvania and are ThanksgivingwDay In the part of Jessica Miss Clay Croxton is making a decided hit and willshare with Shylock the major portion of the applause Tie Winchester Quartet will render selections between two of the acts This in itself will insure to all who attend their moneys worth The Cast lie cast will appear as given be ioWr ShylockProf Geo S Dale ty Antonio Captof football team Wesleyan Rogcoe Faris Gratiario Suitor to NerissaChas- L Lewis s j Bassanio Suitor to PortiaV 11 Moore Judge of Police Court Walter V Cropper Tubal Capt Transylvania team Walter B Taylor Prof Swein enhaugenblnmenheimer Jas Phillips Launcelot Gpbbo Shylocks servant H H Foskett L Samuel Foraker Roosevelt Brown Carl Hendrix- PolicemanLeland Hans PortiaAlice Portert Nerissa j20rtias friend Emma Lee Taylor Jessica Shylocks ward Clay Crox ton v Miss Abbie hreedice Pauline Peoples Poll Portias maid Merry Rees College Girls Mildved Johnson Janp Bright Robin nt Helen Nelson Football Teams Transylvania WesleyanHunt Sousley Center Caudle R G Foskett Ruggles IaGi+ Hunt J Cockrell r R T Bolinsboro Ralston oL 1t Boles 4itlan RI E Williams Stone CraPsterYEubal Quarter Bassanio Henry L Hf It Antonio NorrisrR IL B Godbey Foskett F B Gratiano Referee Jeff Stewart Oyster Supper An oyster supper will be given at the Witherspoon schoolhoue Saturday night at 7 oclock for the benefit of the school An admission of 25 tents will be charged and everyone is cordially invited to at tend RamseyCox- Mr Frank Ramsey Deputy City Collector and Miss Amos Cox of 263 E Main street Lexington were married Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride Rev I J Spen cer performing the ceremony The wedding was a quiet one and only a few friends were pres ent The bride who formerly lived here is quite popular and attractve while the groom is a very deserving young man The happy couple will make their home here e Elegant Dinner Mrs Henry M Jones entertained Thursday at her palatial country home Breeze Hill with an ele gant dinner in honor of Miss Clara Tandy of Como Miss The house was beautifully dew rated with mistletoe and begonias The dining room was especially at traCtive A huge wreath of mistletoe was suspended from the chandelier beneath which was a large vase of pink begonias Around this was scattered pink begonias and sprays of leucohlea were gracefully strewn over the table On each end of the table were mints and candies s ANNOUNCEMENT Our Holiday lines are ready for your Inspection s Bigger Better Cheaper THAN EVERi Come and look over the stock whether you wish to buy or not A The Winn Furniture Co l N BRugs of All Sizes Greatly Reduced Make Your Selection Nowt Select what you want for Chrstmas Gifts We will lay them aside until Christmas It is much better to make your selections early The choicest are usually gobbled up atthe beginning of the holiday rush which is now much in progress TAKE A LOOK THROUGH OUR STORE r BALDWIN BROS JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS n Gt TheHoosier lBin put the flour in at the top of Yaou bintake it out at the bottom sifted and right above the table space where it is needed Thats handy so is everything else in the cabinet Come in and see itwe know you will like it HENRY H HALL FURNITUREUNDERT- AKINGHatS oSiOur entire stock of readytowear and trimmed Hats and Childrens Caps at cost Friday and Saturday December 11th and 12th Stamper tSi ElKin in lare old silver baskets The table was a vision of loveliness with its sparkling cut glass and rare old silver A six course dinner fit for the gods was served by Mrs Jones in her graceful and inimitable way Among those present were Miss Clara Tandy of Como Miss Mes dames Cassius M Clay Brice Steele Robert Talbott of Paris Solomon Van Meter of Lexington James Pickrell Ella Rounsavall Strotber Goff John Reese Nelson Gay and William Gay PERSONAL Mrs Ella Hardwick of Stanton is the guest of her mother Mrs Ta litha Grigsby Miss Clara Tandy who has been the attractive guest of Mrs Henry M Jones and Mr David S Gay for a week left Wednesday night for VirginiaMrs Watts of Lexington has been visiting the family of Rev J R Peeples Mr and Mrs Will Haggard and children were in Lexington Thurs day t Mr E S Jouett went to Louisville Thursday afternoon Mrs J W Ishmael was in Lex ington Thursday Mrs J W Poynter spent Thurs day in Lexington Mrs Skinner Kerr has come to Winchester and has taken rooms at Mrs Hagans on Highland streetRev J W Porter of Lexington preached the oridnation sermon at the Baptist church Thursday night and a large crowd attended Mrs Fanny Davis of Culpepper Va and Miss Nellie Faris of Flem ingsburg are visiting Mrs T E Barnes Mrs Bryan of North Middle town is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs Skinner Kerr Mr and Mrs Olando Hoskins were in Lexington Thursday Mr Logan Bryant of North Mid dletown was a visitor in town ThursdayMrs James Hallo way spent Thursday in Lexington Mr and Mrs J A Davis of Ver sailles spent Thursday night with Mr mid Mrs Steve Davis Miss Gertrude Price was in Lex ington Thursday Mrs George Tomlinson and daughter went to Lexington Thurs day in afternoon Mr and Mrs George Attersall re turned Thursday to their home 1in TexasMr John Stevenson Judge J M Benton and Mr J Smith Hayes were in Richmond Thursday Peter Pan In Real Life The lucky mgp Is the man who through all the seasons of many years remains at heart a boy He will asked e by boys to share boyish amusements and to fall in with boys idea of what sport should be which is the best compliment ofall He has a mans store of experience an added patience a maturer philosophy but in all else he remains a boy London Field Greek Architecture It is astonishing that students of Greek literature and Greek thought should not be definitely trained in the knowledge of Greek architecture He who knows only the literary expres sion of ancient Greece great as tha- is t knows but onehalf of the achievements of the supreme Cauca- simludThe an Builder J IA l t Sill I Inilil t Z ARTIS TURNBULLt if- i r A JInvite Your Inspection of OurJeLU1eof = r 11 Difectoire Empire and Semi Fittin Coats II Qr Chil rents Coats are Going at Costf L t t v FUR PIECES AT REDUCED PRICES nr 1 r Come in and look over ourChtfstmasf- lf Novelties V i 4 ARTIS TURNBULL I jrarasoxKttsraqvgioitfoig THE DEVIL the Dramatic Sensation of the age will be presented next Tuesday Dec 15 at the Winchester Opera House The Play That Has Made the Entire Country Talk NEW YORKS GREATEST SUCCESS cneIIDevilDer A Company of Superior Excellence and a Magnificent Scenic Equipment An Adaption of the Famous Continental Play By Franz Tlolnar What the New York Critics say Every Woman Should See this Wonderful Play DOROTHY Dix in New York Evening Journal PRICES 25c SOc 75c1BOX 150 Seats on sale at MartinCook Drug Store Tuesday Dec isth Merchant of Venice UPTODATE Produced by Local Talent OPERA HOUS- EMONDAY Dec 14 8151p Benefit College Athletic Assn Strong Cast of 40 People Football Game on Stage Adds Intense Interest Winchester Quartet will Sing 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T4BUNDFOLDED i A Mystery Story I of San Francisco t j 1 t IBYi t t WALCOTTrJ J f r L CopjrJgJt the BobbsJlcrrlU Co r The presence of Terrill gave me lz some tremors of anxiety for I knew t thathis unscrupulous ferocity would atop nothing Then reflected that the presence of Dodcljridge Knapps k daughter was a protection against an j attack from Doddrldge Knapps agents and I followed the party into i the heathen temple without further 4 app liensions The temple was small and the dim l religious light gave anr air of mystery to the ugly figur of the god and tie 4trappinps of the iflacef L one oftlle richest carving ever brought into this country said tforson pointing to a part of the altar nibtfnting Tin thousand dollars wouldnt touch one side of ityou dont say cried Mrs Bowser 4whfle the r9st murmured in tile effort vf admire the work of art And is that stuff burning for a disinfectant4 She pointed to numerous pieces of 0Plnk such as rvethe small boy on t t the Fourth of that consum ing slowly before iheJugly joss No maamnot but they needs it U right enougn said porson but thats the haythen way of sayin your prayers This information was so astonishing that Corson was allowed to finish his explanation without further remarks virom Mrs IBowser jyTH show you the theater next said he as he led the way of the k temple with Mrs Bowser giving her views of the picturesque heathen in i questions that Corson found nobreak ihe conversation long enough to an ser As I lingered for a moment in t some depression of spirit waiting for j the others to file out a voice that thrilled me spoke in my ear Our guide is enjoying a great fa yon It was noticing me for the first time slncethe expedition had started delIg1tzfavor I was enjoying j Foreign travel is said to be of great t in education said Luella takalue ing my ami but Its certainly stupid S4times iI suspected that Mr Carter had not V been entirely successful in meeting Miss Knapps ideas of what an escort should be s J I didnt suppose you could find any thing stupid I said r I am intensely interested she re torted but unfortunately the list of subjects has come to an end Y911 might hayebegun at the begin Vninagain He didi she whispered SQ I I thought it timejihe tried the guide or VAunt JuliaVr Thank rour I said VS Thank him you meapshe said JKA ely Now dont be stupid yourself too lease change the subject Do you 4V VIshe contInued without giving JSfae tILt to speak that the only way v T eanbe reconciled Ip this place and- r imaSiuoVHf miles frim home Seen there it is 4S mteresting instructive naturala VVartof theaPart of San Wrancisco it istjly yile ICome this ic5 ty said Corson halt doorsVVV illQApiumr J the stage door C tfta r t VY the air Ifsaid lose and h fc tuelkias wofoilo wed the wind I passage in tthe k1trclIlllIuinatlQfl that came from in Occagas Jet or cii lampV f The yellow nan is a rtiiilieliever iria the nlotto Yentilation iSi tie root 55S 3 of all eVii1J admitt U t 1rrUe fumes of tobacco aiid un1 werc heavy on the ah and a nfClifcv 1t jlater we came oh a cluster of sflffzSk 4- rooms or dens fitirxl with couches aftcS bunks It neeticcT nci description fJVmake the purpose plain The whole Vof intoxication hcniun was before me from the heating of the metal pipe to the filial stujior that is tfee sift ami end of the BlacTc Brooke g cooHe TflXIlIg the thuiHere ttt was anothelfu tllere Justbev drawing whiffs from the bubbling ilar- coUc through bamboci lIaI1dI his pip there still beyond naniother lying back unconscious repulsive a very sorry reality in l deed to the gorgeous dreams that are v reputed to follow in the train of the pipeSThis is depressing said Luella i T p with a touch on my arm Lets go- JS on Turn to the right there Gorson j called out as we led the way while- S iie was explaining AQ Mr Garter the jaethod ofsmolting i I Let us get where there ds some ftj faIr said Luella This odor is sick fenWe hastened on and turning to the r rlghtsooncame on two passages One t y ledx up a stair hidden by a turn after The otherhalf a dozen steps L i t stretched 50 or 75 iieet before us and an oil lamp ona brackettat the farth a t cr end gave a smoky light to the pass xge and to as mean little court on1 t i which it appeared to openl rwe bad better wait rte rest i 4 jVfiiild Luella caui9UslYVc l oi I AsshespokeQIle Of thelpOtrr b the farther eudot the pa55aiSi F f fVVt r pS swung back and a tall heavy figure came out Hy heart gave a great bound and I felt without realizing it at the moment that Luella clutched my arm fiercely In the dim light the figure was the figure of the Wolf the head was the head of the Wolf and though no light 427ZANbuHT J2zrIvzE l14 77ll 5VQrazz svp shone upon it the face was the face of the Volf livid distorted with an ger fear and brutal passions Doddridge Knapp I exclaimed and gave a step forwardV It flashed on me that one mystery was explained I had found out why the Doddridge Knapp of plot and oun terplot and the Doddirdge Knapp who was the generous and confidential em ployer could dwell in tile same body The King of the Street wasslave of the Black Smoke and like many an other went mad under the influence of the subtle drugVAs I moved forward Luella clung to me and gave a low cry The Wolf figure threw one malignant look at us and was goneVTake me home oh take me home cried Luella in low suppressed tones trembling and halffalling I put my arm about her to support her What is it I askedVShe leaned upon me for one moment and the black walls and gloomy passage became a palace filled with flowers Then her strength and reso lution returned and she shook herself freeVCome let us go back to the oth ers she said a little unsteadily We should not have left them Certainly I replied They ought to be here by this time But as we turned a sudden cry sounded as of an order given There was a bang of wood and a click of metal and as we looked weV saw that unseen hands had closed the way to our return A barred and ironbound door was locked in our faces CHAPTER XVIII The Battle In the MazeV For an instant I was overwhelmed Tvitli terror and selfreproach The bolted door before me gave notice of danger as plainly as though the word had been painted upon its front The dark and lowering walls of the pass age in which the Wolf figure of Dodd ridge Knapp had appeared and disap peared whispered threats And I in my folly and carelessness had brought Luella Knapp into this place and exposed her to the dangers that encircled me It was this thought that for the moment unnerved me What does this mean asked LU- ella in a matteroffact tone It is a poor practical joke I fear said I lightly I took occasion to shift a revolver to my overcoat pocket Well arnt you going to get me out of here she asked with a little suggestion of impatienceV That is my present intention Ire plied beating a tattoo on the door Youll hurt your fists she said You must find some way besides beating it down Im trying to bring our friends here said I They should have been with us before nowV Isnt there another way out asked LuellaVI suspect there are a good many ways out I replied but unfortun ately I dont know them And I gave a few resounding kicks on the door Where does this stairway go I onder said Luella It cant be the anotherh1e might try thepassageS Slfe gave a shudder and shrank to ward fiJ voiceiUTry the K r agam must hear you audI may be pened I ollowc2 be suggestion with a ain ofiphasizing with a shout that madeVtIleV echoes flng gloomily in the passage I heard in reply a SOUl of voices and then an answering1 sMut am the of men running dArethe voice of Corsou through the d6or- Yot nil safe 1 answered Well just hold on a bit and wefliV LIF4 Yoi WANT a cook Yti VAF4T a situation You WANT help Yoi WART to se11 yotlWANTtobuylVVT Use the classified t If column of TIlE NEWSS- SVVV SflV rue rest 01 ills sentence was lost in a suppressed scream from Luella I turned and darted before her just in time to face three Chinese ruffians who were hastening down the passage The nearest of the trio a tall dark savage with a deep scar across his cheek was just reaching out his to seize Luella when I sprang handI and planted a blow square chin He fell back heavily lifted al most off his feet by my impact and lay like a log on the floorcThe other two lute for an instant and I drew my re volver Their wish seemed to Qe to take me alive if possible After a mom nt of hesitation there was a rout tered exclamation and one of the des peradoes drew his hand from his jOhknifesBefore ecould make another movement I fired once twice three There was a scramble and scuffle in the passageway and the smoke rolled thick in front blotting out the scene that had stood in S11w houettte before ustFearful of a rush from the Chinese I threw one arm about Luella andokeeping my body between her and possible attack guided her to the stair thf led upward at iiearlr right angles from the passage She Was trembling and her breath ame short tyut her spirit had nbt quailed She shook herself free as I placed her on the first stejjVJHaveyou killed them she asked quietly I hope so I replied looking eau tiously around the corner to see the results of my fusilladeV The smoke had spread into a thin haze through the passageVTheres one fellow there I saidpBut its the one I knocked d Cant you see the others inquired Luella No more in sight said I after a bolder survey Theyve run away Oh Im glad said Luella I shOuld have seen them always if you had killed them Why did they at tack usSBefore I could reply to Luellas ques tion a tattoo was beaten upon the door and a muffled shout came from the other sidestepped down from the stair to listen 4Areyou hurt shouted Corson Whats the matter No damage I returned I drove them off Corson shouted some further words but they were lost in a sudden murmur of voices and a scuffle of feet that arose behind Look out cried Luella peremptor ily Come back here I have said that the passage opened into a little court lat the end a lamp gave light to the court and the p ssageVAs I turned I saw a confusion oflmen pouring into the open space heading for the passage They were evidently Chinese but in the gleam of the lamp I was sure I saw the eviltface and snakeeyes of Tom He was wrapped in the Chinese blouse but I could not be mistaken Then with a chorus of yells there was the crack of a pistol and a bullet struck the donr close to my par To be continued BEAUTIFYING SUBURBS Value of Attractive Railway Grounds and Commercial Buildings Lowell maintained that he loved to enter pleasure by a postern But no- bOdy is so constituted that he likes to enter a pleasure resort by the bacl door through a preliminary kitchen midden in the back yard Yet this is what every American has to do whenever he betakes himself to such ii re sort For that matter it is what every commuter has to do every time lu takes the evening train for home say a writer iuScribners Magazine The eye of little employment having the daintier sense according to Shake speare and afflictions inducing callosi ties according to Sir Thorn Browne this is by no means so grievous to the commuter as to the guest to whom he has sung the beauties of his suburban paradise and who has to go through a purgatory of a business quarter to teach the same The paradise when II is reached may really come up to the brag but the sensibilities of the visitor have been too much rasped to enable him to appreciate it Entering almost any American town big or little is in fact entering by an unkempt postern The railroad it self seems to have an unfailing instinct for the slum which if customarily cre ates You cannot make the yard of an important station attractive though you may make it highly impressive in Its repuisiveness But with regard to the suburbs and the resorts it Is not the railroads which are most to blame In fact some of the most enlightened of them quite comprehending that beauty is an asset for them in attract ing settlers and commuters take suc cessful pains with the looks of their stations and of the immediate sur roundings thereof And as everybody lbiowsit is in suburban work that our architecture is apt to show the very best advantage The improvement within generation has been immense In the substitution of unpretending and hoinply picturesqueness in suburban cottages for cheap and tawdry display But the movement has not in the least affected the suburban shopkeeper The citizen of any of the great cities will have no difficulty ia naming half a dozen of its suburbs which would be highly attractive if their commercial buildings were ad ranced to as high a plane as their res- idUal buildings TNEVS by mail 25e a month t f J r t J Young Folks A WATCH IABOUT Marvelous Feats Performed by the Most Delicate of Machines The watch Is the smallest most deli ate machine that was ever constructed of the same number of parts About 175 different pieces of material enter Its construction and upward of 2400 separate operations are comprised in its manufacture Some of the facts connected with its performance are simply incredible when considered in total A blacksmith several thousand blows on his anvil ina lay and is right glad when Sunday comes around but the roller jewel of a watch makes every day and day after day 432000 impacts against Ithc fork or 157680000 blows in a year ithout stop or rest or 3153000000 in- he Short space of twenty years These figures are beyond the grasp f our feeble intellects but the marvel does not stop here It has been estimated that the power that moves the watch equivalent to only four times the force used in a fleas jump consequently it might be called a four flea power One horsepower would suffice to run 270000000 watches Now the balance wheel of a watch Is moved by this four flea power one and fortythree onehundredths inches with each vibration355S miles con tinuously in one year Chicago News Find the Seven Babies Here is an ancient but interesting uzzleV One and one and one make three any one would say upon glancing at this picture of the fine little boys but it is not what you see first that is the right answer to the question How many are there Look again and perhaps you Tvlll be sharp enough to see that one and one and one make not three but more than twice three seven among the squirming arms and egs among the chubby hands and feet and you cannot fail to make iip the puzzling addition And after you found all seven of the baby boys ake the picture and have some fun with your friends watching them fuss and fume that they cannot see more than the original three babies New Candy Game The hostess should write the following questions on sheets of paper of course omitting the answers and give one to each guest awarding boxes of bonbons for prizes What candy is a spice and a money making establishment Peppermint What sweets are wild flowers of the spring fields Buttercups What goodies result when a sour fruit rolls off the table Lemon drops I What candy is a lively goat and a near neighbor of the English Butter scotch What candy is rubber and tVfall 1 GumdropAnd consists of a famous niv er in the east and a variety of nuts Jordan almonds What candy good for the throat is gray with age and hunting dog Horehound What American dainty is to ex plode and an important food product Popcorn What species of caramels are an uncomplimentary exclamation Fudge What popular flavor is likely holly and mistletoeTintergreen What bonbons should show which way the wind blows Straws The Dijon Poplar A traveler in France speaks of a poplar tree that the writer saw in the city of Dijon which is the oldest tree of its kind in France It is 122 feet in height and is fortyfive feet in cir cumference at the base The city coun cil has an authentic record of the his tory of the tree since the year 722 The people of Dijon are proud of It so much so that they not long ago voted to levy a tax to put a railing around it so that it might be protected from possible injury It is good to see sen timent of this kind Questions and Answers When could the British empire be purchased for the lowest sum When Richard III offered his kingdom for a horse What is the largest room in the improyementWhen fast before he gets up When he takes a roll in bed Philadelphia Ledger The Old Hens Yardstick A little boy and his sister were al lowed to collect eggs from the hen coops but were told that they must IlIttleby mistake and her brother told her she must take it right back because IIbyj VVSVt r 55VzVSe 1L An Advance for Winchester I VTE have just installed at great expense our r whichVCURRENT other motors Let us give you estimates on this and allsAbrts ofelectric lighting 1 Remember that electric light is superior to v all comfortableconvenient ifdesiredV v Winchester Railway Light Ice Go INCORPORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGRVVP SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer 0cl i r Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000This bank began business less than three years ago depresionourdepositors v enrollnew names every week We want yours You are coiliolvv united to open an account with us Per sonal attenlon to all business M HCbGKIN CashierV IJ LI B CQCKRELL Vice President 1 NEW Bakery Firm We have opened up our Bakery in the Simpson Building 105 N Main St and are now ready to serve the public EVERY SATURDAY we will have on display a nice assortmentof Layer and Plain Cakes Yeast and Salt Rising Breads Parker House Rolls and Cookies always on hand- fGoocls delivered to any part of the city Give us a call WINCHESTER BAKERY NORTH BROS Props To Whom It May Concern File your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined to Cincinnati 0 as we have a direct wire to this point Try us once and I am sure our quick service FyouThe quickest service can only be had by direct wires Office BrownProctoriaI Yours respectfully L M BUTSCH Manager HELLO Rawlins Racket are you expecting Santa Claus at your store this week I Yes and we want you to come and see our Full Line Ignorance of Our Customs What caused the hitcn in the prog ress of thecourtship of Miss Coynerox by the duke asks one interested party He got the idea that her father didnt have any money explained the otherVBut couldnt he look the matter up Cwasafter the old man had finished swear ing off his assessment Judge One Way Child Suppose I called you a mean old pig What would happen Cow erness I should tell your father and he would punish you Child And if I only thought it Governess No harm so long as you dont say itIChIldThen I only think it Life Consoled Her Why do you wear that ridiculous hat he growled rDo you really think it ridiculous she replied graciously How lovely of you I was afraid it wasnt quite the styleVTHE NEWS by mall 3 j year 7 r IV I r HAGAN AS AND- kJASOLIN Enqines I SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL A Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS CDIINCORPORATED WINCH ESTER K- Y188S1908 THE BEST INSURANCE IS THE CHEAPEST F you are not insured Ind our office at once Rite or phone for rates and terms BEfore insuring see us WE ARE THE BEST JOUETFS INSURANCE AGENCY Simpson Building Both Phones 71 u GlLBER1eBOTT Ip k MeatsIBOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK f CALL ONVNELSON The Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 WINCHESTER T ILORINfiCOHP NY M 6 C H McKINNEY Props Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphy a Store oup Court HooW CotCrating Handling and Hauling Fur niture Pianos Etc a Specialty- NO 19 North Main Street Both 11MMtK The Wifely Letter kr A woman sent in a fire alarm yesterVday when she posted aletter It mutt haveif been to her htisbandCbgo Evening Port ct- I d i 5 0 fCe t THE WINCHESTER MEiiM1SsevenJ I mmm1I8 mllm 11 the CHRISTMAS EDITION oft the WINCHESTER NEWSf IIRIlL t Newspavi Office m L 1mr Some of the BEST CHRISTMAS STORY WRITERS will Iiiappear in its columns fII diI It will be PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED with Pictures appropriate to the Season- CHILDRENS v v I siilrSTORIESand CHRISTMAS fIc Ell t t National Food Magazine Says Win 1r Mrs Sarah Miller has upheld the famed hospitality of Winchester by carrying off a prize in the Entertain ment Suggestions Contest in the current issue of the National Food Magazine published in Chicago If Mrs Millers knowledge of entertainments representative of her city andwe believe it is it is no wonder that this city is famous for its merriment the diversitility of its hostesses and the novelty and attractiveness of its en tertainments Mrs Millers prize was won with a contribution entitled A Planting Party That others of Winchester may profit by Mrs Mil 1es konwledge of entertainment suggestion her prize winning contribution is reprinted by special permis sion of the National Food Magazine It is as follows Send out your invitations From 2 to 6 for allwho love flower plant ing Have the house decorated with pot plants When the guests have all arrived have your aids pass around space for answers 1 Plant a kitten and what will grow PussyWillow 2 Plant a bag of flour and what will grow Dusty Miller 3Plant a sunrise and what will grow Morning Glory 4 Plant Cupids arrow andwhat will grow Bleeding Hearts 5 Plant a box of candy and t what will grow Buttercups 6 Plant day months and year and what will grow Thyme 7 Plant your boy John and what will grow Johnnyjumpups 8i Plant a lass and what will- owe i Tulips 10 Plant Christmas eve and what will grow Star of Bethlehem 11 Plant an hour of the after noon and what will grow Four oclock 12 Plant orange blossoms and what wUrgrow Bridal wreath 13 Plant aN preacher and what t will grow Jackinthepulpit 14 Plant the king of beasts and what willow Dandelion Plant grief and what will row Weeping Willow l rwill grow Lifeeverlasting at i yea J 1tt r 45 yr t 17 Plant the Stars and Stripes and what will glow FlagsI18 Plant what poor noblemen try always to do aid what will grow Marigold 19 Plant a pretty girls cheek and what will grow Phik When all have finished the winner received a Dotted plant Then have luncheon hive your ices served in small candy flower pots 2 in ches and a flower placed in each pot as though growing cakes decorated with candy flowers and in the cen tel of table a growing while you wait lettuce bed Prepare your seed by soaking in alcohol over night fix a fancy box or fern dish in a flower bed on the table and fill with loam and quicklime three inches in twenty minutes after you water well the little leaves will show through before the luncheon is over will be as large as half dollars and you can pluck and eat them when the last course will be this Fairy Sal ad In the Entertainment Suggestions Contest conducted by the National Food Magazine thousands of con tributions from all parts of the Unit ed States and Canada are submitted each month and out of these only five prizes are awardedhence the importance of the honor that has been bestowed upon the Winchester lady through her victory in this strenuous competition Editors NoteThe News does not know Mrs Miller and has been unable to find her but the entertain ment proposed is so unique that it is worthy of reproduction OPERA HOUSE New Yorks latest and greatest sucess The Devil is known to every newspaper reader in the country and it is with much pleasure that manager Dinelli of the opera house announces that he will present that great suc cess herdon Tuesday December 15 The Devil ian adaptation of Franz Mblnars Continental sucess The Devil Der Teufel which has been the rage of Europe for the past year and teaches a story never before seen on any stage No play of the past century has caused the newspapers to devote as much space to it as this one has the newspapers of the largest cities in the country devoting pages to discussing The production seen here will be an exact duplicate of that now running in New York still doing capacity business after almost a full season there The announcement of the sale of seats i 0 TO Church Will Be 19 Years Old Sunday Dr Thomp son to Preach The Broadway Baptist church will celebrate its 19th anniversary Sun day December 13 The following is the order of service 930 a mSunday School Prof ES Taylor Superintendent 11 a m anniversary sermonI I was glad when they said unto me let us go into the house of the Lord by pastor Timberlake 3 p m Rev A E Thompson D D white pastor of the church in Be rea will preach Attorney J M Stevenson and Messrs H G Garrett J G White N H Witherspoon Dr J J Porter and other prominent white citizens have been invited and the pastors and their congregations are expected- W W Banks will read an address on the History ofour Church Special music S p mSacred Musical Organ VoluntaryLaura Allen Song Holy Holy HolyChoir Invocation Rev R A Straus Solo The prints of the Nails in His HandsRov H D Coleraine Address The Organizers of Broadway Dr J H Tyler SolqIn That City Mrs T Tim berlake Duet Sooner or LaterFrazier and Murray Recitation Give the World the Best You CanLucy Wakefield Trio He Will ComeDr Deany Frazier and Taylor Paper Influence of Christian Ed ucation Mrs Hattie Straus Solo Not Half Has Ever Been ToldMrs W W Banks Short talk Our Church Pastor Timberlako Solo Holy CityDr A B Deany C E ColeraineOrganist will be made later and it would be well to watch for the date as no doubt it will be a record breaker here as it has been allover the country Guide for Woman As Harpers Bazar has said the rule for lovely woman Is the rule of four Simplify beautify Inllify and glorify i i y 1t m To the Advertiser t I 7 mlm 1 t w The Wen Read Paper is the Valuable Medium A mt The News Christmas Features leave no doubt that this edition fl will be looked forward to with keen interest and read with closet attention by every memberof the 1700 families to whom it is a Regular visitor mJf I It is sure to have a extra circulation It will be j the shopping guide for the busiest days of the holiday trade I The Wise Advertiser Will Not Overlook ThiS Exceptional Opportunity m fI IIIII THE WINCHESTER INCORPORATED 1iPARTYJ aT andi whatr COLORED BAPTISTS 11010ANNIVRSARYB- roadway Singerrda Always considerable lA of JIl JA MI HHITEI changes We are on the corner to sell you Reliable M r lHli1Iandise at Honest Prices all tHe timeBy reason of having purchased large quantity of h i 11 Fanss j we have placed them in our show window andwill sell them while they last for the phenominal price of 1 Eachi V j q TheJar abeutiful Gray color with Three Coats of Enamel and are you usually pay 75c to 100 for i One NowThey Wont Last Long IGet L FIFIMTOTM I tie erI IfU 1JIQJr lIJl4 4 IiI JIU J J Bush has them GAS HEATERS j AND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES BEST in tHe World BUSH oix the Corner t Wealth and Dishonesty Jf dishonesty always brought riches fewer Candidates would consider it worth while to bid for the votes of the plain ueonle J t ci yy sC a ij 1 p You Cannot Answer These Questions I t I IVVhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tempered to suit yon and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laundry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plntSout of the Ohio River flookingit filled with green grass arid blooming flowers and can at the j same time get rid of thi dust in the streets 5 Why suffer other incon t veniences which you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house I 6Isit not true that the an r swer is not lack of money stint lackof econ9my and enterprise and indifference to gettingthe- most out of lifeI4 C1F ATTERSALL Superintendent I 1f Winchester Water Works Co kINCORPORATED t Afkor kYoulliJ I or Subscribe For The News Advertise In The Mews 1 j j irf lf1 r Jc r t e Jli r I r A0e EJS t THE WINCHESTER PHEWS rA UONETJEYIION jw ti I 8WSTAFT T 1 ResidentElect intakes Statement Af tef Talk With Cannon ySHINGTj JCqelI William HvTa t saido1 night that it was fr Jab Belief thattheiHduse of Repre would make an honest and V thorough revision of the tariff at the ioha session which he is to call for tfcat purpose upon his inauguration President v This belief he base on a confer jtce yesterday with Speakeji Cannon d with a session todatvith the ie ublicau members of ihcrways and ens Committee He said he had a3 yet consul ted with members of jietfSenate on the subject indicating j at the same time the tremendous l j preSsure upon his time since he had been in Washington as the reason Jl4 svi iH II flAft OIIYS 7rt Is nioroughtly Equipped and Upto Date fa Every Par tJ ticular Z One of the finest ambulances ever seeu in a city the size of Winchester sjust been bought by Mr Henry ML Hall The wagon is finished on i the outside in black and green and is uipped with rubber tires so as to 1ride easy The windows are so ar r that may be easily opeu fd or 110sedas the requirements of StIe weather demand 1 The doors arc OIl patentedhpiger 4 soihat they remain open or jat tile pt1oti ot tile driver of the Ve iie le and cannot be swung by the jvhifl The JJisrde is finely furnished In cherry The cQt is richly upholstered in leather and there are two leather seats on the side for such attendants Ttas may fae necessary The cab is tt 8Tt fi narrowest door tTiie vehicle c nnt any time be rrangep as a lOwer wagon There aO several rack that can be taken qut or placed in at pleasure When psedIjSa flower wagon the entire 0 P pei part ofthe sides can be re Amoved Jeaung the flowers displnyejf through glass windows TIle ambulance rides easy anti is J an exceedingly Uandsome vehicle 6 IWO INJURED MEN I I SENT LEXINGTON vItdKeliy Hoskjns and Wjlgus Combs in 41 V Precarious Condition it XM INGTQ Ky Dee 11Kelly oskh s and ViIguS Comb fhe two iie j Avhfj vfdfff injured by the qol Jpig pfhte budge ten miles from jpsiifg of the bridge ten miles from I ICreek About ten miles frQm Jackson f Wednesday sere brought to Lex f 5netoiv last mffYtOer the L JB x T ilron1and n to the St Jos phs JTospita1y1ier it was fount I T on Xam1113 Ion that both men are in a precarious condition Kelly l AHosJdjiS is suffering from a broken i i r ega broken jawbone and bad f Truises about the head and face v 1 Yilgus Combs jaybone was brok tC vn and one eyevbadly bruised They fWele accompanied from Jackson by pli37sician At a tate hour last night Combs rf was resting easy but Iloskins hats ben restless and his condition un improved After they recovered suf fciently the attending physician will periorm the necessary operationss DEACONS ORDAINED AT FIRST BAPTIST 14t Alfred Martin J M Stevenson l r Joe is Lindsay Pi Y Drake and S Boone were ordained deacons of t theorist Baptist Church Thnisjaj i night The ordaining services wmbe- J Iccbiidtthted by DrJ W Poiier of- af Lexington t ir t 4 jBiiy a bath ticket at Brown Proctoria barber shop six bath fefbeV100 1292t i j4 r MEDiCINE THAT IS MEDICINE t I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints hut I have now round a remedy that r keens me well and that remedy i S Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver trOllI bles and for run dOWnconditions says W cKi Jeiof Hallidav 4 Ack Electric Bitters purify and eri ri bjhe blood tone tip the nerves and impart vigor And energy to the weak Your money wi3l be refunde A4 ift fails to help glc at P1i l lips Drug store t dr L tJ 1 Ka4 r r f tl 1i z tf i t t f I 1 J r f1 TiE MARKETS I CATTLE MARKET AT CINCINNATI IS QUIET CINCINNATI 0 Dec 10Re eeiptsund shipments of live stock at hc Cincinnati Union Stockyards tor day were Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 837 6491 loH Shipments 175 2191 17 Cattle Quiet good steady light butcher cattle especially heifers weak to lOc lower shippers 500 tfOO extra 625650 butcher steers extra 525550 good to choice 4655510 common to fair 32S450 heifers extra 5rlO 5 25 good to choice 435500 common to fair 225425 cows exlrA 425450 good to choice 3655415 common to fair 150 StfO canners 125275 hulls ac tive and strong bolognas 300 375 extra 385 fat bulls 350 400 milcti cows good strong others tadS Calves Active strong to 25c higher extra 8 fair tp good 650 5775 common and large 3507 50 Hogs Active steady to 5c high er selected heavy shippers 590 ndImL pack ers 550580 stags 300500 common to choice heavy fat sows 375540 extra 550 light ship p ers 500545 pigs 110 Ths and less 375500 Sheep Steady extra 410 415 good to choice 350400 common to fair 1255325 Lambs Steady to lOc higher extra 640650 good to choice 575635 common td fair 400 45u CHICAGO MARKET Cij Dec 1OQattleRc cplpls kitUbut 8000 steady beeves 35b775 Texans 340430 Westerners 220565 stockers and feeders 260480 cows and h etjets 1506490 calves 600 B25HogsR ceiptsabont 30000 5c ligber light 500565 mixed 5559i heavy 535595 rough 535555 good to choice heavy 555595 pigs 350 49blk of sales 545580 Sheep Receipts about 20000 strong native 2505475 Western 250 1b470 yearlings 425510 lambs native 440725 Western 450 750 1 PRIccjF WHEAT AT v CHICAGO FLUCTUATES y PHICAGQ Dec 1OWhe prices on the locil exchange fluctuated today over a range of l1f to lc put jjt the close were al most unchanged compared with yes terdays final Quotations The mar iket finished firm at almost the highest point of the day Range pf Futures The leading futures ranged as fol lows HighDec 0734JulyLowe Close D6c new 101 s 1 0214 071hItI uy 99 Q HighPe91r 617s 62 ifiyrj 61Ys 62 Low Close 583sMayJuly 6110 62 THIS IS WORTH REAQING Leo F Zelinslri of 68 Gibson st B ffalo N Ysays I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had vith Biicklens Arnica Salve I applied this salve once a day for two dayswhen every trace of the sore was gone Healall sores Sold under guarantee at Phillips drugstore 25c WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS intheMills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no eaual 11174t SEE HERE Call Old Kentucky phone No 712 for your groceries fruits andvege tables Once a customer always a customer Prompt delivery HOWARD HUMPHRIES 12103t COLORED COLUMN e If you want work of any kind or tpuy a home call 60 N Maple slveeci v v 4rbKiIi COMMUNITY iMPROVEMENT t The One Who Begins at Home Is I Public Benefactor He who Improves his own premises to the best othlsabilltylsa public benefactor inasmuch as he thereby raiSes the standard of home life in his community Though his york should stop with cleaning and beautifying his own yard yet must he be classed tbnpng the benefactors of his race andm of his district even though his motives in cleaning up were entirely Selfish ones The gist of the whole matter as well as the moral is Clean up No mistake can possibly be made in mak ing any property clean and tidy Im provement societies should weigh the value of this work carefully and when the leaders are sighing for new worlds to conquer It is well to look for more dirt Somewhere it may be found and its remoVal wilt add materially to the value of all surrounding property and incidentally somewhat to that for a considerable distance Few home owners in this day and can resist the forward movement owhenhis place real tidy In such a neigh borhood even the most indifferent will become less slovenly When a contrastls idqglesson few can withstand If those on either side of the original cleanup man are moved to make straight and beau tify the influence will continue to spread somewhat in every direction Away goes this contagious improvement until it runs into another local zone of the same character and then indeed is the problem solved and the tableShakespeare fias said The raiment oft proclaims the man So too do we judge of a communityby its outward appearance This town looks clean and thrifty it must have wide awake citizens is a remark often heard by travelers When this you read take a mental Inventory of your premises and note if you have done your duty toward yourself your family and your town 6r community In the matter of tidiness and also of beautifying the home place hen too is the street and parkway In front clean and tree from weeds and litter If so the com mendation of all good neighbors friends and the observant public Is yours You are one who is spoken of as a desirable substantial and pro gressive citizen CrVIt BEAUTY FACTOR Unity of Effort an Important Need In Town Improvement Violations ofCommunltydeslgns by individuals are not usually the result of positive desire to mar the best appearance of the general neighborhood They are more jthe result of thQ absence of a general scheme With a lack of any plant which is common to the Interests of all the individual can do no better than go Ahead and im prove as he thinks best his Individual place without knowing what his neigh ors may do or whether his method may conform to theirs For this rea son some form of organization for unity of effort Is desirable Ijf the befit results are to beattained Those towns which have ac opt pUshed the most in the way of civic beauty are not the oqes which hayC thoseWhichfffort fOT town improvement The most important step toward making any effortinaa town becomes a public affair It embraces the interests of the whole community The town becomes the unit It should be a united icture of definite design The individual homes become only parts of a general scheme Those parts should be made in btu mony with the general scheme At least there are certain factors con nected with each home which neces sarily bears a definite relation to the beauty of the whole town Plant Collections In Parks In parks or portions of parks with purely rural aspects many trees and shrubs from foreign climates would look incongruous and only the native subjects are fitted to such scenes There are however many situations in connection with buildings and formal conditions where the rural aspects are completely interrupted and where important plantings of rare trees and shrubs could be properly introduced for good educational advantages It is not at all necessary to plant such things in what we call family or or din ai sequence or to call any such collections large or small an arboretum or make any effort to segregate them in one portion of the park system The main point is to plant them where they will do well and look thrifty Then it remains to create enthusiasm about them talk about them call the attention of the people to them through the press and be sure and have them correctly labeled Good Roads and Automobiles Good roads are most beneficial to and most appreciated by those in whose hearts there exists the love of nature The more one loves Nature the more he appreciates anything that Increases his opportunities to study her Good roads and the automobile are the most potent factors in opening up the beauties of nature to mankind Not only do they give the lover of nature the op portunity which he craves forvcontem plating and studying the object of his love but they convert the indifferent to an appreciation of and love for the boundless beauties that God has given us to enjoy And while these two are such important factors in satisfying IDentlofG i i L J6j fj t I SOMETHING LIKE REAL WAR South American Revolutions Are Not All of the Comic Opera VarietyI South American revolutions are not really quite so humorous as the stories they tell of them in American agazinesWa noisy street with a toothless jet black Trinidad negro for guide until we turned intoa delicious open square shaded with heavy trees garnished with orchids and there found the rest of the army Up iD that in stant and although we knew how serious had been the struggle on the Orinoco we had spoken of the revo lution in the jesting tone familiar to American comic papers But never again There were some hundreds f men and many women stretched out in this little park All the men were ill most were wounded Pine bronzed peons with horrible fester ng holes in legs or arms unband aged often I fear untreated skele tons yellower than nature and shaking with fever every form of sick ness wound and misery was in that mock hospital A veteran perhaps would have looked pityingly and passedon but to us softlings ofalong peace it was the first realiza ion of war I shall not forget one gigantic halfbreed Indian his head on the breast of a youngand really beautiful Indian girl his useless leg writhing on the grass and still less a poor devil stretched on the hot hard pavement for misery was not all in the park covered with a poncho and breathing his last of feverAtlantic HEIGHT AND TEMPERATURE Balloonists and mountain climbers have long known that the tempera ture of the air falls as the altitude increases It has recently been dis covered that this decrease in temper ature has its limits Sounding balloons freighted with automatic re cording instruments have been sent to heights far exceeding those which any balloonist can hope to reach The records obtained show that at a height of about eight miles the ther mometer ceases to fall and may even rise The distinguished French me teorologist pjsseranc de BOrt claims also to have discovered that at a certain level the air abvethe poles is warmer than that above the equator and anomaly which must be more fully demonstrated than is 1lW possible before it can be accepted LOOTED DURING FIRE While a fire was raging at a large spinning and weaving will in Lisbon and several adjacent shops in cluding a jewelers a bandof thieves mixed among the crowd of spectators Theythrew stones atthe firemen but the latter turned their hoses upon the crowd This so exas perated the deluged spectators that they attacked the firemen and a ter rific fight ensued The military had to be called out to restore order During the confusion the thieves seized the opportunity to ransack the shops carrying away everything of value upon which they could lay their hands BANISHING TEMPERS I wonder sometimes if good temper might not be taught In business we use no harsh language say no un kind things to one another The shopkeeper leaning acrossthe coun ter is all smiles and affabilityhe might put up his shutters were he otherwise Hasty tempers are ban ished from the city Can we not see that it is just as much to our interest to banish them from everywhere Jerome K Jerome A CORRECTION Did you see the Alhambra while you were in Spain Friend answered Mr Cumrox in a superior tone you are mixed in your geography No I did not visit the Alhambra But while in London I took in the Empire and the TivolL AS FAR AS HE GOT Were you upheld in your busi ness politics by therecent election No answered lIr Dustin Stax 1 wasnt upheld by the election but I was held up by a campaign collector SHOULD STAY DOWN You Americans shouldnt have much trouble keeping your meals on Isea erYWhynotBecausejou bolt them down k 1 s 1 CLASSIFIED COLUMN ILOST Between the school house and Lincoln street watch with a fob with OBrien Corn pany on the back and a duck head on the front Return to WILL TRIVERSat Henry H Hall 1283t- ANTEDT0 take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls and cream candy MSS LUCY COL MAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 654 1210lmo FOR SALEUousehojdgoods ofall descriptions Cheap mnst sellat once Call at 41 Winri avenue for particulars J3292t FPJl RENTffouseMagnolia street Apply t 4 GR4IG H 1286t FOR SALE Twelve muchcows some ate givi gmilothers wil be fresh soon TODD BROS 1293t WANTEDShampooing manicuring massaging Save your comb ngs for braids rats puffs Call R B Woodfords residence Homer hone 2211moW ANTED If you are in needof labor of any kind on your farm or in your house please give us your order and we will do our best to peopleCallin Louisville 726 W Walnut or our branch office at Winchester No 60 N Maple street DOUGLASS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 128lmo FOR SALESoda fountain in good condition easy terms Buy now for spring delivery and save mon ey Postoffice box 286 Louisville Kentucky 128911151618 FOR RENTHouse of eight rooms Apply Home phone 655 1211lt The Ivory Nut The ivory nut which is so much used by button manufacturers is the fruit 6t a species 5fpalm which grows in Central and South America It forms a valuable crop particularly in Panama Colombia Ecuador and Peru ibathProctoria shop SMOOT KING MonFri Loxington Apply A J EARP 127tf phongraphand about 50 records In perfect 48WinnW lighthousekeeping Apply at this office 12otf WANTED Boarders Onior two rooms with gas 128 Bums av enue Phone 877i12106fc i H withfourother conveniences on Washington between Vine and Smith avenue Call on JOHN H STANDIFORD ll27lmo gobblersMrsphone 332 ll2120t FOR SALECottage of 4 rooms on corner Burns avenue and Beckner street W P AZBILL 1113lmol FOR SALE We have desirable homes inthe citY and in the coun ty in Kentucky and in Oklahoma for prices terms and particular sJ call or write us We will rent Jr exchange as you may desire also make prompt collection and loans Give us a trial WILLIAMS COM Louisville Winchester Ky 128lmo FOR SALEHouse and lot on Pearl street Good well size of lot 60 feet wide aDd 210 feet deer Wm FIELD or J W DECK agent1233t I Foresaw Coming Hot Time If anyone gets hold of this letter tPheragers wife found the letter in her hts bands pocket the soubrettes work fears were reaHaod SANTA CLAUS SEAT in his famous sleigh must need repairing by this time How about that seat in your carriage or any other part of the vehicle We do all kinds of carriage repairing ex1 cept the poor Bring your carriage her and have us pu U in shape for the holidays THERES TIME YET T Strother Scott A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE it will be to you when you don a suit that has been cleaned at MAYER BROS It wilt be like a Xmas giftl of a new suit of clothing and will do the same service the rest of the Winter It is economy to keep your clothing cleaned and pressed- at G ejCincinnati Phone 528 Next to Auditorium Great Scottyr If our people dont know a good thing when v they see it no use of looking for people who do We mean this in candid sincerity and we want to thank the people who have so generously heeded our solicitations for their work in the last six weeks We are now adding to our force at the rate of one man a day Andnow that the Tobacco money is soon to become a Prodigal Son lets all put our shouldersto the wheel of prosperity and show the world that Winchester is not only the home ofthe largest deals but is the largest 10000 city of this gl rious Amer v ca And that the r Eagle Casting Co 5 it Winchester incorporated i giving 11ettQr wokj and better prices on Castings of all kinds Fl Cool and Lumber Capsir I Cement Clamps Gas Furnaces i 11c i fi and Structural SteelV than any similar institution in Kentucky I JIFG CORNELL Gcnl Mangi f I ir ii i