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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ry4r t I t Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWSn rVOLUME 5 NO 9 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK INTERESTING MEETING OF tKENTUCKY STATE lavariAYthe afternoon session of the 4B tTite Grange Tuesday a resolution twil unanimously adopted ill which members declare themselves in favor of upholding the present lonll option lvw and also the election of our United States Senators by the direct vote of the people The aI lutions 81set out the fad resoI they will back the National in trying to have the Parcels Post tails passed This is a Grange law which lias been before Congress for many Jeals1lley dso favor the State Legislature enacting uniform accounting tan f T A large number of the lodges of the Stale did not send representatives to thiS meeting and there is only a fcwIw in attendanceover a hundred is pronounced the be t meeting ever held In the absence of Stale Master F P Wblcolt Mr N C Tanner is presid ing over the meeting Tuesdry afternoon Mrs YanDevcn or Harrison county read her report on Education of the Farmers ChilI dreg The article was quite lcn ns and was pronounced by all delegates one of the ablest ever road before their convention Foil 1VnnII Clayton lecturer reported o the growth of the order luring th year ami also made suggestions the order could be improve askeduringthe members if tiie orange Mali C UI 0rgrowth during th past year and if it had not who wa at fault He still that it behoove each member to loall in his pov the organization in th lllSUfor light an alwn s stood civicrightcoutiTesBhvnd a square de cwporale greed and un r1nlawful combines which seek to dt prive the producer of a fair si are o what the harvest yields11hlle th Grange is not u political organiza tibu it should at all times bo prcpai which smack a cd to oppose bills eTass legsilatiou or which may prow interests o inimicd to agriculture our State and Nation has over been the mot Indsfto 0 government sibetteectsand Ivomanlt among members and to enhance the corn 1j forts and attractions attachments of our home our strengthen ourella pursuits These effect can b obtained through the education o both mind and heart of our umproudWhile we are versity and colleges in the Suite an should receive our heart ofSuP1o ou th farm boys and thet dlsh ICthsnr see 1 sch1t up to the highest standard 0 perfection and usefulness Goodof the Or- t The committee on der submits the following We believe when questions ot vits importance come up in the county o Shtrthat if the subordinate brang cs would inform themselves on sue questions stand firmly for the righ and light if need be for the establish that it would cans menl of justice the order to grow more rapidly thai of Grange doc Hoc the preachin t trine alone By their arts ye shal know them We believe il to be the duty or tilt subordinate Grang weltoinformed outhe new is not what utit children need lhcl take as a Grange to procun laws aud educational facilities Ilia and daugh will best serve the sons tern of the rural districts We are glad to report that since the last meeting of the Strte Grange tionl11 committees have been subordinatel1Granges to look of the schools within their juris diction and to aid the School Im provement League in its work These committees cnn if they but do YCI materially change the con fa isditionthe county of Harrison Such a committee should he wisely chosen of the very best working material in blind What good can comc to the Grange in our Silile flOiollr State Minster having beeiV rmnn the Educa r eer y t ti National Grange to look into the coo tional Commission appointed by the dilion of the runl schools of the country at large if we as GrUiigers betIlucky This commission suggested methods fi the National Grange that when acted upon J y the Grangers in some of the States gave to then the very lest schools in tilt land for the rural districts Then since our State Master wus chairman of this commission why eau not we hold up his hands and place Kentucky in the front rank educationally 1 Since one of the specific objects of the Grange is to develop a better and higher manhood mid womanhood among ourselves it hits tit all times been the duty of every Grange to 1Hiltin every county high schools where our sons old daughters may go free of charge more children will go from the county to the towns to be educat ed In so doing they pass from pn rental care iIIgrott extent at an age when they are most susceptible to evil influence Then shall we as Grangers allow the open saloon in ie towns where these schools arc eater to lure our children on to tin We would state emphatically at we believe it would be for the ood of the order for every snbor mate Grange to take active step drive these dens of infcniy out of very town where a county high Ihool is located We believe the Hew Corn School ttablishcd by theSltl University o be of inestimable value to the Hate and would recommend that ranger who possibly east take ad antage of this free term It i the desire of the University Wat a Hoys Corn Club he organized n every county and we wish thrt ev a ry subordinate Orange would help late1 ally in thiswonk Fathers and mothers our children lust have more elHeient agricultural raining iflhey are to meet the stress nd strain of the twentieth century uvironment amid which they will lave tostruggle- Our children arc entitled to pa entiil ease and direction to oduca ional advantages to a fair chance ith children of other States and it s our duty to see that they have r ouare deal not only from every other nan and women but from ourselves We have heard with pride thvit 0 ier cent of the successful business ten and women of the cities cants rom the country Rut the tulle has onie when wo of the rural district oust do something to stop tins mi ration from farm to town and city We need more ofour brightest mys and girls for the country am1 he boys and girls of the overcrowd d cities and towns need the place ur boys and Jirls jirc taking rfoir themThen there ire two other classes he unsuccessful and the fallen W lave not askeH of them for we haw fished that ours were not in eithei class We know too well that some of ur brightest have gone to swell thei auks for statistics show that when ne country lad or lassie succeeds tofu fail Then the Do per cent ol HIIjeessful1usiuess men and woolen If the cities have lost somewhere 5r jhe city streets 380 of their brother ind sisters who started out froir the country hones to make tile ortunes in the cities Some of these of course have almost succeed eilalmost hut mailed while oth ers have gone down down in sin Those who can not successfully Sghl the battle of life in the cities must be kept on the farm the whoic some atmosphere of which may at least save them from sin and vice We of the- riiral districts have no daughters for The White Slave Trade Wild no sons to mrke its market We recommend the action of the University in its every effort to interest our boys and girls in farming old farm life and we believe it wouh be for the good of the orders in our State if every subordinate Grange would assist ESTELLA Y VANMETEU FRANK JAMISON CLARA JIAFER LILLIE REES The commit tees vereat work Wed nesday busniness wa stiinsacted in the meeting Several alterEt the lodge rooms at the Fraternity ilIWednesday morning quite a num ber of coops of poultry were brought BhildJIIJ n f corn have been coming in since Tues day and the exhibition will be a good one twas decided Wednesday morning to keep the corn open until Saturday exhihitionI del to give as niany t oprport uni Iy to see them V possible The grain exhibition of Mr George D Karsner will also be len here for display until that day DRUG STORE SOLD The stock and fixtures of the4 HrownProctoria drug store were sold it public auction on Vednesday af ternoon lo Mr Rein A Scobee foi i5SO STATISTICS OF DIATH RATE Tuberculosis of the Lungs Heart Dis ease and Accidental Violence Lead in Causes of Mortality WASHINGTON October 2JJ Tu berculosis of toe lungs heart disease and accidental violence in the Census Unreaiis death registration nnHof tilt United States which represents more than r5 per rent of the estiinat cd total popnlalion caused more thru 37 per rent of the deaths from JillI causes in 11111 among certain classes These classes are those gainfully lbtIsame causes per een deaths from all causes among the oefnpwclfc111ulesrlic in a bulletin on mortality statistics says flint 0fttotal of 210r07 deaths among these gainfully employed males ty phoid claimed 22 per cent tubercu losis of lungs 148 cancer ii apoplexy and paralysis 7H heart disease 110 pneumonia S Brights disease So suicide 20 and accident 10 Among the occupied women the per centngo included tuberculosis 21 ty phoid 28 cancer 81 apoplexy allrlI paralysis f0 heart disease pneumonia 7 Blights disease 73 suicide 16 and accident 32 GENTLEMENS DRIVING CLUB Chooses Earl T Shropshire Presi dent and DT Matlack Member of Entertainment Committee 11rClub who HIP to serve during the season of 1111 were elected by the Hoard of Governors of the Club Monday night The following is I listof the officers elected Ple tIdent Earl F Shropshire vice presi dent James H Hall second vice president S D Buibridge secretary and treasurer Jesse ShiifT eoullnitI tee on class afioii C S D IuhyI cnairmnn J iTT leyc F Wiehl K r Harbison Eo Norman B Hal S S tombs enter 1J11I 1icnt committee D T Mailack J 1 L Yanirhu J C Colonial J D Purcell J T Wilkcrson A S Thompson II S Caywood C M Harbison C P Cecil J L11at kins J IL Thompson H II Lillard T J Weathers J C Bosworth S D Burbridge Charles Thompson and JP Steele In recognition of his services dur ing the proSt season Prof F B Parks was elected an honorary mem ber of the club SALE OE 191011 CROP IS FORMALLY OPfNfD Crowd of Several Hundred Mostly Farmers is in Attendance and Bid ding is Spirited- LEXINGTON Ky Oct 20Will appjroxiinUteiy 250000 pounds of tobacco on the floors of the ware houses the HIlOn Burley tobacco market was formally opened hero Tuesday morning The days prices ranked from to 18 cents A crowd of several hundred most ly fanners was in attendance an bidding was lively nil the buyers be inn active The tobacco was uustly- of inferior grades hut the warehouse men said that they expect the grade of tobacco taut the prices pnid be much better as soon as the gets well opened and running smooth ly BURLEY SALES IN LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky pet 20Autc iion sales of 40000000 pounds ofi I1hogtiny with prices about on a par or a slight advance over those obtaining in this market during the past month Old Bui Icy of 190s sold at 7 ij to lti cents r pound The offerings lneslI of the 1909 crop totaled Ion hogsheads 1of the 11 crop UK hogsheads The new crop of 1910 sold a S to 12 cents IQPUj SESSION OF 1HE GRNOE All Arc Invited to Attend at the Cir cuit Court Room Wednesady Af ternoon at Two OClock There will beu open session of the State Grange at the Circuit Court room Wednesday afternoon 2 oclock to which all farmers then wives and friends are invited als town people There will be a welcome address by Mr Lucicn Becknor- liesponse by W IL Clayton oi Roone county Address by Mis Doshn Brecken ridgo of Lexington Address yy Mrs Frances Beau chain Much juiciest is boiug manifested in the corn showy Exhibits r re com ing in to Sccreliiry Hampton It if being shown in Ute vacant room iu tho Frafernily Build IA AU11tW tined corn are invited to cnioj he ccntct Tlc VIuvRtcr Com menial Club has offered three pries First 10 for the best dozen ears of corn grown in Clark county Second 5 for the second best dozen ears Thud I3 for the third hest dozen cars The Slrothcr Insurance Agency offered a special prize oC 250 the longest single ear The exhibit of Mr George D Kars ner iwell worth a special trip lie shows soy beiuis alsjke lover alfalfa 37 varieties of wheat a dozen or more of oats and barley cow peas etcAll mol urged to attend EXCuRSIONS TO BE ABOUSUED Officials of Roads in the Central Pas senger Association Will Consider Matter at Chicago CINCINNATI Oct 25 Cincinnati passenger oflicials of roads that are in the Central Passenger Association jurisdiction received notice Monday that a special meetiiig vrill be held in Chicago Wednesday to consider the question of excursion and other low rMe files At the bst nvr u tion was taken suspending all reduc ed fares and this decision into ro mnin in force until after February 28 1911 Homeseckor and tourist rates were the only ones left un touched by the ruling and the dale of expiration for the lime limit is time period when the fixing of rates for colonists and summer tourists Climes up At Wednesdriys meeting the doom of all low rates will he sealed The first effect of the bo foil by the Chicago Live Stock Fair which opens early in November All who attend this event will have to pay full fare in both directions Voters who come home to cast their bal lots in Central Passenger Association territory will have to do likewise It is expected that Sunday excur Sinus will be put out of business for all time to come and thrt summer reduced fares will meet a like fate Must Be Even Temperature The temperature ln an engine room must be even cJiw the sightfeed oil cups will riot teed with regularity WARNING FROM 1NIGHTRIDERS LyoneCrittenden and Livingston Counties nto Pool Their Tobacco PADUCAH Ky Oct 261ethI1I signed U B N G in IIHlnlshate been sent to tobacco growers inI Lyon Crittenden and Livingston counties telling them they mutt pool tieiiices were sent the mails old were listg0uerously Causing considerable uneas o iness among the growers many of theirIa tobacco growers speeches were made by lead ers telling then they must pool The meeting was somewhat cooler when Major E IL Basseft commanding the soldiers in that section entered and instructed the growers that nobody would be forcedto pool Soldiers are on duty as a protection to the farmers who do not desire teipool The constant movement of troops is said to have prevented several attempts to force growers to sign the pledge HOPE RfKED ly FOR AfRmMUTSI ST LOUIS Oct 2ftThe ballooi America IIone of the national roc iitrants which has out yet been rc pOlled us landing passed over riiompsonville Mitrh Tuesday rc ording to a message received Mon day morning by the Toro Club of Si Louis The America tl according to till ftjs nigee uais follouhtg the couWt at the Azuroa and ITelvotit Tlu ormrr lauded 42 miles mirthtfriKt of Uiscotasing Ont the latter near Villeriarie Ontario lThe receipt of the message revived the hope of the Hero Club ofTlciaU that Huwlcy and Post are alive and now tio only question is that of get ling them to civilization CHAr PIONS GIVEN ROUSING VELCOMf l PHILADELPHIA Oct 2t3Thc Amciican League worlds dIHmpiol1r reached their home from rious trip Monday evening and welIgiven a rousing reception Although ftra precautions had been taken to prevent the crowd from n entering the Pennsylvania railroad station the rooters outgeneraled the ollicials A hurry call wan sent t nearby police stations mid about policemen were soon on the scene and kept the crowd hack from the en trances Wheii the train pulled into the sta tion the players had to tight then way to the street where were wnitina twenty automobiles the First IJegi incnt band Jnd nn enormous crowd Headed by Mayor lioyburn tilt players were escorted to the Bollo vuoSt rat ford Hotel where Ihey Welf entertained at dinner which lasted jntil S oclock when the victors went taken to a local theatre Here theytl attracted infinitely more attention than did the actors TOO LATE TO WIFV r FOR SALE Some highbred IwyM young Shetland ponies niares and1 horses Prices are right W Til Ogden 1026tf FOR SALEAnlomobilc40horRctp- ower two or four passenger cup able of making 00 miles an hour r Used weeks Will sell for cosh or will tmde Easy iff manipulate Alady eau run It Aiply Dr J X Nankin 102U2wks FOR SALESix work horses ini good condition Apply Winchester Railway Light rnd Tel CompanYll corner Maple aalid y 1021 t Jelwepjuz1I S Gay That Have in Way of The of The Work Clark County Construction Company have notified Judge EVJJI that their contract with the county been violated and broken by the county and that the company wilt fmnish no more stone cud donu further work thereunder On Tues day they served the following notice on Judge Kvfcns as the f the county Letter of Construction Company Winchester Ky Oct 25th lUlU Clark county Kentucky through J II Evans County Judge As you are rware we have beon al work repairing the Big Stoner turn pike on the end running from the Mt Sterling pike to the covered bridge hauling the material for that part ot the pike from Winchester We have been ready for some days fo proceed with the work upon the far end from the covered hriilgo lo the Bourbon county line for doing this work iti necessary tl ate set up our portable crusher in the Where to set it however depend largely on where the Supervisor Ii leered the rock to be spread It was a matter of considerable im portance tons lo know approximate where this stone was to be phiccc aunt inasmuch its you have horetofon sot lead us distribute stone1 general ver the whole length of H pike but rave place for tin lost of iI we were unable to fern Aiy opinion as to where yon conic liicct thiftol1e to be spread W udeavored to obtain this informa ion fro mlhe Supervisor but withoir ivail Accordingly on October 19th WI OU wrote a letter to D S Hag sard Supervisor of Roads and t IL Evans Comity Judge in whirl ve icuosled information as to tbe approximate nnantitv of iock tlm wool be required fur tile variom sections of this pike ssuggesting Lot nnvenicnce these sections urmeh fi om the covered bridge to Don ycscales 2 from Dooleys seals to Asa Dooleys irsite cnfron- nIs Dooley Jn tel 0 Lftbe Cockrejli it and 4 from Lake Cockrell rate to the Bourbon county line W vere entitled under our contract l this infonvJition Tort to know caller ve begun upon a like Ahero mill to whai CXtCIlt the Stan ivould be plft cd in order that w night set our crusher procure nia erials and niakp our other arrange on The officers above named flatly re to give the information soughs We therefore write to notify yoi your contract with lli Wis bee nolatcd and broken by time count this as well as in other respects lull wo siial Ifuniish no more stoii1- ind do no further work thorcnndci r c cr r David S Gay PIe iillnt Vlien interviewed by a reporte ra The News as to the reason fo such drastic action Mr D S Gay oresident of the Clark County Con iirnciion Cumtoolsslit Wev have stopped W1knul wil lo no mow under the present circum toners We have been hold un frog she first POI several years Judg aus and the pnliterl machine belt ip the people of the county by doing road work in tilt old wasteful way bottoms of the pikes were drops inc out auulit was found- impossihl1 Fat keep them in good repair on th old system We installed a moderr pSin spending in the neurhborhoof tf 00000 to oouin it w5th the hope f beiiijr able to do some business Contracts vrcfo refused us until wr went to the Court of Appeals ant hall the highest court say that rn8d contracts must br let tirthe Jnxvesf and best bidders that becnuse of hat decision the the Fis cal Court let to the Construction Compnny Ever since the contract way signed the officials Judge EAans Supervisor TTag ard throwing obstacles in the way of Cray ring out the contract Most of tie roads were reserved around the ells and all work was required be done us so that we sltould have a long the Lexington pike wo hauled seven miles frqm the city and put nearly esll rock there there was only scattered rock placed hi towtrd the tqity ItOiitime Iroif Koch 1ikc we Were v w WEATHER ThursdayIncreasing ternon or Night CONSTRUCTION COMPANY REFUSES TO FULFILL ROAD CONTRACT President Asserts County Officials Continually Thrown Obstacles Completion fPho representative neighborhood helCeledCertain ajroxibatel llescctfulb- r umjoitittrof fourteenr0ails HlIIHouI haulOn not allowed to put any rock for tin first two mile from the city and riy few for the first live mites to Siim Scotts rate We were not dlu to put much at thllreither a wv could have secured good nick about II mites out Thev wanted u to hittlas far as posiblrI- ncidenthlly we haulednimie rod of roclr 4o Pilot View I dumped it on the side of the mail and the CIHII ty wjis put to time extra expense of reloading artd hauling il to the Pilot View pike On the P ig Stoucr we tried flog out where the rock was t nbc spicnl We hind n long haul here again Wr wanted to get a quarry in order that we could sUve the heal for in nr business the great expense is tin lung haul11e could not and ctuinot nnv- fud out front the proper authoiitas whore the rock is to he spreid nm how much This refusal to indie the place where tho rock is wlnrd r to put us to as much trouble and ex Ipense as possible Before we secured the citiitrtAl ve asked Mr Haggard to inclieati where rock would be spread in order to bid intelligently He refused sv ing that he could not toll then hot would indicate a soon as the nn sets were let He has not yd n idicatcd although here been at y0Ikseveral month Every move luis boon made tn mbarntss us hind hold us up W want to build the roads the people wrriit the rojds but the mon in hority do not want to 10 either hey want to maintain their old polit cal machine Part of the embarrassment ten Mie refusal to pay fur the screening pread hus although this rock Vo hid 10 a rod and they hnve helluhackclbout 20 pm tint on us hould like to go rJiead but wr im ly cnnnot do anything under the irosent conditions und must toT work In answer to the coinmunicntini if Ihe Construction Company Judge Ev ins adressed the following letter pent Till it was delivered Wedno lay Judge Evans Answer Winchester Ky Oct 20th 1M Clark County Construction Compnny iWnchester Ky Gentlemen Your connnnnicaiiini iddressedto me for Ctllk county Ky vas handed to me by the Sheriff Ir tight As your contract was Wit he Fiscal Court will call them in special session on Friday OciobiM Sth to meetut 10 oclock tom ake whatever action they may doom roper upon Isaid communication lone you gentlemen will bo present it that time Yours respectfully J EVANS County JudgeaJudge Erjvns refused to be intcr iewed saying that his letter spoke or him He has railed a meeting for Friday maid as the contract was not with him lie believes it should bo left o the Fiscal Court The Judge delay however We have tried in nil ray to fi ilitato the work of the Consrtuotioi Con iiiy as we wanted the ronl milt and repaired On the Big Ston ir Mr Hnggjird went over till road with Mr 1l0dl ill and indicated where he wished the rock spread till if sue a he has on nil the other rodts Ie told Mr Ilodgkin that if the com any bought rock from Mr Dool y jo would not require as much rock im clipfar end of the piko and if they not require as much on the other en1 He has fried to facilitate the work il cerY way as we wanted the pikes put in j01shnHu And he said when they got the crusher set he would gn back over it again with him Hut Ido not care to say morn It is tli econtract of the Fiscal Conr mia the Court will handle the mu tor on Friday There is no reason why tHe count v should not want the contract emir pleteilrs it would be impossible this late in the season to got liana to complete them and it would be a great damage to the roads to leave them as they are Laying Up Treasures on Earth Thero Js a form of madness which afflicts nn important section of hu manity that Is to save money in this world which they cannot spend In tho next r 4 t r t r 1oJ ger ro = THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 r h r JilEf iIsTR NEWS t r ftn InBeperiflerit Hewspapir 4I PuBlishea by hThe Winchester News Co v Incorporated ifflce ibgIJI South Main Street Winchester Kentucky f J J t Daily Except Sunday Encored as Secondclass matter Jfovembev 28 1008 af the1 postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act oirch 31879 letb Phones No1IS- UBSCRIPTION rt SATES Man Daily one year u 30C- Six M 150oipa Month 2 t Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch I One time any edition 2c Three times within one week f One week continuously 40 100 I One calendar mo continuously 300i Four weeks 4 times a week f Tour weeks three time sa week 181 Frur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 7ft Reading NoticePer Line Business notices body type Tor Pure reading nags heading15r Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate ClassifiedPer Word One insertion any edition 1l Three insertions continuously 21 Bach three additional insertions1 One calendar mo continuously 10 NothingVcbnntea less than 10 words No item charged on books fo- eireless than 25 cents 7H1S PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE J i GENERAL OFFICES 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES f WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1910 t THE RHODES SCHOLARSHIP 1 We published yesterday a very in teresting interview with PresuTenf Ti jztut of the Kentucky Wesleyan Col jlego on the Rhodes Scholarship Erorii what Pres Tiert says Jm one applicant has presented himself Ih iyctir or f Cbeil Rhodes was au Oxford rad1 nfie He left England nt the age olj Sixteen beeifuse of ill health and wenl tor South Africa He worked in ui Indic there md later returned ami attulielat Oxford being grad ge of twentythree Hej baldthenietaune1 to South Africa imd- Ijocunic 1mmneely wealthy in the diai mond mines fIt was the dream of his youth dp something to bring together and promote the ig1luit lime of the Anglo rfxdn race In his will he proVi lca1 tlie Rhodes Scholarship iMiiid which two students from each Amer iertnv State and two from earl pro 1 ceof the BIitshEmpire should 1Qgice11 a threeyear course a I Ox- for1 Ill a codicil feeling that the Tei tons werertully so closely akin theAnglbSnxon he provided tot iifJiieiifecliQlarships from the German empire vcjlhpdes felt and bulieveil tit f fie ilitbllectual intercourse of one of ttliel Eldest universities of the world wildriiOlitlc thi111 any one other iiiiig io tccment the An toSasoi- tLaceTiietridition is Unit Oxford e rif6uiided by King Alfred it has ajjjchown history from 1he eleeutlr- cen1niy1t has turned tilt scholars pHilanthropists tatesiuenandrats befit par excellence the greatest sin gleliinlUienee alf linghyids public life Njo fiojuntry ill the w 1ldhashudsuch lidnghidihg tier destinies The tight lnlif island his ruled the greatest cati pireMhu world ever saw because o1thelirodttctoi Oxford and Curit 11clgeiu relsihes 4nc ilt0ll1IShip pays 1500 a e 1 0riortliiee years vXever since itvtoniJuijiiion has every American Stotc been represented1e do not semt vvalue it at its true worth- Ttieed1Treinan who goes there has r hlCviews broadened Jus intellectual lifeflecpQiied He ciUICS Monte il beit teVinQan titan vhen he went to O6rd ki WJliCHESTiR LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED We do not appreciate the value of AUllIiIped the millionaire because of his money and not the man liinteelf On public life has heels lowered and Ilu bascd by uomiuercialism Hut it is such ijilliiences is a Rhodes senior eon help to spread which nut be oursiilvntion Already we have grapnels in the land jneach ing honesty all integrity in public life A new suntimtiit towing up No longer is j redatorv wcnltlt allow ed its way jut because of its money deeellY1111d procession hut thin is hope The new school law has broadened the educational field To counties arc taking pride in their schools Tlu smaller ciiics are suiting for bettor facilities Even in public life the old time politicinn orH dozen years or so ago is being discredited Then is a revolt among tie voters at tit nomination of such as Campbell Can trill in the Seventh Kentucky Dis trict and Caleb Powers in the Elev enth No right minded Kuntuckj gentleman und scholar will bo prom of either as the representative ii Washington of a State with the tIn litmus of greiit men such as Ken tucky ha- sSERVICES BEGIN NOVEMBER 8 Rev j W P terof Lexington Will Have Charge and A A Brown of Texas Will Conduct Music IhJrevivalmeeting at the Mrs Baptist ti arch willstIrt Novembe S HeJ W Porter of Lexington will conduct the services and A A Brown singer and gulden harp playci will have charge of the music WORLOFAMED a t MUSICIANS ITo Appear al Kentucky Weslcyan College on Thursday Evening October 27 Music lovers of Winchester ire an ticipating with eagerness the appear ance of William II Sherwood world famous pianist and Miss Virginia Listemann charming soloistlnt tin college chapel lit this city tHl the evening of Thursday October 27 A few cpuiinunts iroiii the worlds press in regard to Miss ListcmauuV singing mire given helm SOlOISt of rare charm Enthusias tically reeei ed1oiee while not powerful sweet cikar and wonder hilly controlled Indianapolis Star An instantaneous impression Sang 111l1IBeauty of face and voice aesjonded to many Cu Cores =Cincinnati CommercialTri bune One of tjie big features is Virginia Listemanns singing Lyiic mice of luye abilitj possessed of personal itas dclirthtftilas voice Finest of several primr donnas brought west San Fiancisco Examiner Had the largest share of honor Presented a bewitching apjiaranct Singing marked by great ease and clmnn Two encores demanded A great attraction for the Pe thnlI- St Paul Dispatch Of thousands of appreciative notices published in regard to Mr Sher woods work few are as follows He plays with the taste antI liuisli that distinguish him fS a musisal scholar of the first rank NbyrYorkj Times He possesses rare musicianship i L rJ FINISH OFF YOUR PIAZZA vitlrour foluinns isjiw haliistei5etc ThcSwill makf it moil1 utfraufive and more solid as well Come here in fart for sill of the better class of mill- work at We always have plltyor ev ely variety on hand lid ora qual ity which time only brings out to greater advantage bc great technical and clearness of tone 181 Louis Republic great American pianist seemed greater than ever Omaha Bee f His appearance a nottible succesf pniise is sujierlluous Chicago Eve ping Post One of the greatest pianists of tit world todayy New York Sun One of the most eminent pianists o fthe Trei cnt ageBerlin Ger ninny Post TIll genoiul admission price will be 1 If tickets arc prucliaed in ad cured students and music pupil will be admitted for oO cents VAlUABLE HORSE KILLED BY mAIN Mr WR Lane Loses Gd d AniniYj By Having if Stray Front lii Staple tt Mr W n lJm chlIlt valuaJlc hock killed Tuesdy afternoon mien train1hein tin city Tuesday morning going out the Colby pike It was hit bv the train some time in the afternoon IDEATHS AND fUNrRAlS irlr Henry Parrish TIlt funeral of Mr Henry Parrish 1IiIo PtftIwas 70 years oT ar h1pnto1I nyejMessrs- III T M and thar4es UtlJLexington J lloi Richmond IK tlullht1IIParrish inoland Bradley cordially vites you to attend the demonstration of Burnettsex1racts and fruit colcr ing all this week Bring your friends IO24tf KILLS A MURDERER Inleleilcss murderer is Apperdi cilis with many victims But liKings New Lire Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preevcntiut that clogging that invites appendi citis curing Conslipatfon Headache Biliousness Chills 25c at all drug gists SAMENESS OF RIVER NILE Golden Monotony o Light and Sound In Beautiful Land of the Pharaohs Some people talk of the sameness of the Nile and there is a lovely sameness of golden light of delicious air of people and of scenery For Egypt is after all mainly a great riv er with strips on each side of cult vated land flat green not very varied River green plains yellow plains pink brown steel gray or pale yel low mountains wail of shadoof wail of sakieh Yes I suppose there Isn sameness a sort of golden monotony in this land pervaded with light and pervaded with sound Always there IP light around you and you are bathing in it and nearby always if you are living as I was dn the water there is a inultitude of mingling sounds floating floating to your ears As there are two lines of green land two lines of mountains following the course of the Nile so are there two lines of voices that cease their calling and their singing only as you draw near to Nubia For then with the green land they fade away these miles upon miles of calling and singing brown men and amber and ruddy sands creep down ward to ho Nile And the air seems subtly chfiiigiTig tn1the light perhaps growing a little harder And you are aware of ether regions unlike those you are leaving snore African more savage less suave less like a dream ing And especially the silence makes a great Impression on you But be fore you enter this silence between the amber and ruddy wails that will lead you on to Nubia andto the land r of the crocodile you have a visit to pay For here high up on a terrace Is Kom Ombos And Kern Ombos Is the temple of the crocodile godCen tury i d 1r CORN SHTOBE- EXTENDED 2 Exhibits Sirred Before Saturday Ccmpcie Fcr Prizes Offered IMaY Commercial ClubIIt iis been l corgi show wbieli rl tIltI Fiivternity building to Saturday George Karsner has consented ttl tl1llt1rUUt ali uriied lo attend NO JNOIGfSTION OR- STOMACH DISORDER Stops Food Fermentation and Reliev esGas Heartburn and Dyspepsia inFiveMinule Why uoj ijetsoine now=this mo ment and forever rill youreH ofI StwinUch trouble and Indirection dieted stomach gels the bluif aiu irnuubles Give it goodI then take raes Uiapepsin to stint the di irestive juices vorkintr There will be no dyspepsia or belchinjr of Gins 01 isrucialious of undigested 1uudn IKliujr like aTuiuf lead in the stomuch or cuitbuni sick head rutithreiMli tt it11 nauseoiis odoiv Iipfls Diapepiu tIlld oU cents for a large case lat anydiuii lnusi1set Stomach in Jive minutes There is iiothiiir ele belter to tilcc Gas from Stomach and cleanso the stomscb and intestines und besidos one snipe dose will digest aiid pre hlooll1mhealthy stmnach wunl1dn it 1ljnen Fottit O1c1uIcleatilur when you runt to the tblc and wht you eat will do you mull Absolute relief rhrli eIy1s waiting for you decide lo a 111f1lhiitIfI111 Tell your drujijiist that ybu want 1apes Diapopsiu befuuso you wnjt to become thoroujrhiy cured tu time Uemubnr it oir toiiiicli fcclu JunIrat cin get relief in five minutes Public Saie I will on Thursday Oct 27th sell to the highest and best bidI der a house and lot at 239 Pen dleton Street The house con tains five rooms and is in repair the lot contains onehalf- acre Plenty of never failing water A desirable home in veers respect Sale TO take place on the ppemises at 2 P M sharp H R WAITSAuctioneer WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We nee haying calls every dry fo farms of all sizes mid prices if you dare one you want to sell see or el ItFiITRACT STOKEr NO MORE DANDRUFf PHILLIPS SELLS THE R MEDYI THAT IS GUARANTEED KILL ALL DANDRUFF or course you tad every intelli gent luletof the News knows that landruil is caused by a gsrnr1 Dr Sagerbund the great French physician proved this beyntlda doubt 1111 order to rid your scalp of filthy dandruff yon Intuit kill tilt germ There iIha dresMiig caillcMl Pa IlioillU Si go which is now sohlrin ev r1111inIf you have dndrnfT get a large 50 CMir bottle today and rid your self of it T MR WilLIAM H SHERWOOD S4 I SHERWiOOlISTEMANN RECITAL Reserved Seats on sale at Phillips Drug C- oGeneral Admission 1OO Students and music pupils 50c if tickets are purchased in advance Remember that if dandrniT germ arc not destroyed in time the iair will surely fall out and baldness til follow Meres proof of what Paiisnui Sage has done It will do more It is the finest hail grower and hair dressing in tin world and people who use it regularly will never grow bald Mis John Stouter Kvansville Ind writes on June 2 1H10 HIUPII Parisian Sagis and found r it very successful it removes daml volT and gives the hair life only used two bottles I know it is a euro for damlrulT Large bottles 30 cent at Piiillips and druggists everywluire The girl with the Auburn hair is on every carton Y SteinBlock and Carson Meyer Clothes A The only way fez know to keep a good store and hold our trade is to offer only reliable goods That is the reason why we sell SteinBocli and CarsonMeyer Clothes because we can vouch for every suit and overcoat These garments come up to our ideas of roodclothes andwe know they will wear better than some whichcost twPe as much By way of proof try its on your Fall Suit We also carry a big line of work goods such as C 1Gtiroy uits and pants II 1Ja lX7 Fincks Overalls Jack Rabbit Flannel Shirts We give S H Green Trading Stamps ALLAN MURPHY dl tI r I M Slf r THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Three diSOMETHING NEW 1 We have just received something new in the way of Christmas cards They are the very latest imported ideas arid must be seen to be appreciatedi yourITSee the samples in our window ss ssoITH BOWEN J JewelerOpticianand 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KYf 9 o 4 r SOCIETY I t 4r Engagement Announced Vimd Mrs Cha h Stewart iliu11c the engagement of their IlotncrrIhcNctlltie wedding will Uke tjSlaee gome time in November Stag Dinner fSifr Stanley Nelson entertainedon V Mouday with a splendid six oclock iag dinner at Cretlunorc his hand I s 5me country homo Those present were Mesrs Bon Buikner Dr JL IL McKinley Jifl Stewart11T S Duty Lewis Hampton 1 V Bush S T Davis Dr George Brooks and George 0 Tobbs teasereindpledaiit social evening iojlowed i- t1icatBridge ass the principal di ter uti L StatePresid-ent of the YoC t Gis the jnicstiof Mrs 11 C Thompson t Rev C K Cratlon is attendim the Presbyterian Synod al llnrrods burg lIrSaHie HtJlof Mnysviile visiting her siiler Mr C Robin son Mrs Cecil 1 Armstrong and daughter Gladys and son Mastci EdwiMd of Troy N Yalto havi been guests of Miss Laura Kctoi nftenworMrs C H Dietrich is attending the flatties Missionary meeting which i bieng held in connection with the Presbyterian Synod nt Harrodsburg Sirs 1 C Bryan of North Middle town was the guest of Mrs F S Kerr Monday Mr J L Robbins of North Middle t lspeut Moudaj with Mr and MrsC C Bobbins Mr and Mrs J A Rciiakor of Sel ma littiiisnn county ajiC visiting their sfon7 3K J Newton Rehakei and family on llnggnrd street1 Miss flame Turner returned Mon day to fuller burg Fenule Institute having spent Sunday with 11ml Mrs Charles F Attersall Mrs YoA Beatty is visiting lipr sister Mrs John K Roche in Louis yule and attended the weddipg of Miss Lettie Lee Peter to Dr Hard ing11oodon ruesday rfternoon at oclock Mr mid Mrs Jas H Turner trill daughters Edna Grace and uneof ii Nidiolasnlle are the guests of Mr ti roll Mrs Charles F Attersall Mr and Mrs llaydcn Smith rn being congratulated on the birth of a fine lioy Wednesday mornSnv Weight h1410111115 Mr and Mrs Charles Roswell nod Miss Lola Mao Baker have retuui lied to Lexington after a visit to Mr am1 Mrs II W Hamilton hand Mrs Roswcll will leave Friday for AYasi ington D C before going to Schen echulv N Y to make their home Mrs I cii HigiS of Riehmond has returned home after a visit to Mrs lit Hampton ESPECIAL JUDGE We1nehdry nipmi g4 9r JLacJwou where hr was sent as speciul judge to try case in the Broathitt Circuit Court F1N CECIL SHOT TO DEATH Only Man Who Was Under Indictment For Murder of Sen Goebel is Killed in Missouri ST LOtIS Mo Oct 6Fitnc- ell duetspeeil agent for the Louisville Nashville railroad who is under jndietinent for alleged coin ulicity ill the assassination of fella ior Y111iam Goebel of was lint twice Monday nftorHoollt1 the chile parlor of Henry Lei ch1l1al 15 rollin ville avenue Mist St Luui lie bullet enteitd his lusml the other liis side He died at 11 oclock lon ly night ICelil who had been up dl night as iistiiifHu tle capture of the Candy Bandit had gone into tilt lor anal fell aeep at a tulle at he had oaten chile soughJ Jacob Donaldson a waiter to arouse him and rsked lint that he miglil sweep the lloor I id ll3J the table Cecil refused tc move Donaldson says anti a quarrel between them followetl Lou Leid1lllauilltelfered itt quired the enl1lof the trouble lit- aas Jinformed by Donaldson aU Leisclimnn then ordered Cecil to iiove Cecil becoming angry pegalt to uLuse Leischmmi Donildson SHV Leisehlnan went hehiji1l he COUIltm nid Cecil it is said approached him threateningly Tvitlf his hand at his hip nocket Lei ehl11nl1 took a revolver from n IniworandCucil at the saute time hew Iris weapon At this moment Henrv Lcischman entered the place Seoinjr their weapon stalled Iowa 1l Cecil and attempted t oseizw liis re volver Cecil then fired and Loni Leischman returned the shot Four hots were fired and CecilJfell wound ed twice Judging the Sexes A woman is to be judged by her kitchen as a man is by his stwly yt l CLEAN FOOD COUNTER We have just installed at considerable expense to u- sA SANITARY DRIED fRUIT COUNTER Dust Proof and Fly Proof Contains 30 separate apartments eachwith a glass display front Come in and see our latest effort to give our customers only t Pure and Clean Foods MacNeill Weathers Both Phones No 40 i 1 Clifton B Ross- Suits ii Newarrivals in tailored suits unusual values in hundreds of clever practicalmodelsspecial showing of suits from 23LOQ lip superbIval es of the new models that are ready now for your consideration The style fabrics and workmanship are of the highest character Dress Goods Silks fallIthe investigation of the ladies of Win chester and vicinity Knotair Hose We guarantee all Knotair Hose for six months We give S and H Green Trading Stamps II Clifton B Ross Opposite Court House Winchester Ky r JJL n THE FIFfST LIGHTNING ROD Bohemian Priest Antedated Franklin in Experiments With Conductor IhoUghIrnnlt for LightningI receive the honor that Is his due as the inventor of the first practical lightning rod the study of atmospher Icr electricity goes back at least to the time of Tullius Hostilius who perished in an attempt to drawl fire from the sky Cicero in one or iris orations against Catline calls atten tion to the destruction of the gilded statue of Romulus by lightning as an evil omen A lightning bolt vividly described by Virgil in the eighth book of the Aeneid damaged the hind legs of the bronze Capitoline Wolf and the visitor to the Capitoline Mu scum today can stilt discern the marks upon the metal A learned priest by the name of Divisch is said to have erected the firrt lightning conductor in Europe He set it up at Prendiz Bohemia in 1754 and it was 130 feet high Though the Emperor Stephen and the Empress Maria The resa publicly proclaimed their confidence in the inventor a most dias trous drought that afflicted the coun try a year later was ascribed by the superstitious populace to the new fan gled device and Divlsch was compelled to take It downIt is not prob able that Franklin was acquainted with Divischs experiment The Immortal Things The great things of my lifelove faith the intimation of beauty the things most savoring immortality are the things most general the things most shared and least distinctively meH G WellsL of a Man IMakeup he must have a good head inspired by a sound heart and head a good heart directed by a sound Seasonable I Gold Jewelry For Men DUTCH LUNCH The Elkwill have an mpoltunt ftillotvcileiv are cordially invited REACHING THE TOP in any calling of life demands fyiorons body and a keen brain With jut health there is no success But IIGalthmilderIt compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels vmrifies ailJ cn ichcs the blood tones and invigo utes the whole system aunt enables von to stand the wear aiidHear of our daily workHAftCl mouths of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes W SI Sherman of CiisTiing Ale three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man V50c at all druggistsWhich One Four boys were going along a coun try highway near Dayton Ohio when one found a bottle full of some mix tare It was passed around and tasted of and the fourth boy who got a bigger dose than the others was made so ill that he was in bed for weeks His father wants some one to pay the doctors bill but cant satisfy himself as to who was to blame Was it the boy that found the bottle the one that pulled the cork or the one that first tasted and passed the bottle on to the others Heres a chance to keep you figuring Wanted Luxuries Also Grandfather had been teaching the family darling to say the Lords Prayer The baby lips repeated the lines quietly until the daily bread clause was reached Then Grandpa do you spose that if asked real hard Hed put jam on it said the roguish voice t or IStyles Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps LocKets Fobs Lapel Chains Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Oaldwlo OFosSign of Big Wathti54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY 7 1 DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND 0 Henry Was a Shade Smarter Tharv the Magazine Man A friend of the late O Henry writes of him He was reckless in spending eleatorlboys His friends recently narratedan in cJdont showing the mans shrewdness A magazine noted for slow pay they said contracted with him for a three part story for which he was to receive 1500 He got 5300 advance before starting to work mid when he turned in the second installment none of it had been printed yet got 00 more and asked for the third SiOO as an advance before finishing the tale The editor in an effort to save money apparently declared that after all the story didnt appear to be worth more than i 1000 this when he had the two installments in his otlice All right said 0 Henry wont write the third one then And he didnt He laughed at the eidtor Well then said the latter Til run the two parts and then let our readers have a guessing contest as to how the story endsand put up perhaps a 500 prize to the winner For a moment the author thought he was outwitted Then he said Go ahead and Ill win the prize He in tended to win it tooBoston Herald A WEIGHTY REASON It Told Why One of the Nineteen Com missions Was Executed Before a certain gentleman set out for Japan and India his relatives gave him errands One wanted an Indian shawl another a silver Buddha a third a chryselephantine carving and so on till the list of commissions was filiithemexe cuted but one of the nineteen commissions that had been given him He had brought back only the chrysele phantine carving This he gave to one smiling cousin amid the disappointed looks of the other relatives Why the disappointed ones asked had he executed that one particular commission and disregarded the rest The traveler sniffled It happened he began quietly that each of you had written your commission on a sheet of paper On the second day of the voyage out I took all these sheets of paper from my notebook opened them and spread them on my lap as reclined in my steamer chair The air was very still at the time but suddenly a brisk wind sprang up- lad every sheet was blown away except that of Cousin Max Macs sheet was weighted down with the gold coin he had given me to pay for his car- viugSt James Gazette Missed the Squeak Some persons like one sort of shoe and some another but the kind which was desired by Pierre the French Ca nadian mill hand has never enjoyed a wide popularity Shoes for Sunday Pierre stated to the young man who advanced to meet him as he entered the salesroom of the big shoe factory lie then sat heavily down on one of the red plush seats and allowed the salesman to insert his feet in a pair of bright yellow shoes When they were fairly on Pierre stood moved his feet this way and that took a few steps and shaking his head sat down again Whats the matter asked the clerk Do they hurt you Are they too tight Pierre shook his head violently She no tight he snidebut also she no talk Shoes for Sunday must talk talk all the way up in church for to sonn stylish see Youths Companion Oil of the Porpoise The porpoises killed in winter are the fattest and produce most oil The largest size measure about seven feet in length live feet in girth and weigh about 300 pounds Such a porpoise from six to seven gallons of oil The blubber of a big porpoise weighsI about 100 pounds and is one half inches thick in summer and two in winter The jaws of the porpoise yield a superior quality of oil When hung up in the sun it readily drips away into cans provided for the purpose the quantity of oil thus procur ed however being not more than half a pint to the jaw The oil from the blubber gives an excellent light and Is in demand along the coast for lighthouse use It has no offensive odor Busy All the Time Little Howard came in the other day crying and rubbing several bumps caused by a series of butts adminis tered by a pet sheep Yell Howard said his sympathetic auntie what did you do when the sheep knocked you down I didnt do anything I was getting up all the time Delineator The Trouble Do you find any trouble writing stories Dawdly None whatever But Id pay a man well that could sell them for me Philadelphia Inquirer A Winning Play Old Friend Your plan is a most excellent one lint do you think your wife will agree to it Married Man sugIIYon cant order remembrance out of mind 7 Thackeray R P SCOBEE 6 SON CO LUMBERRough and Dressed SASH DOORS AND BLINDS SHINGLES CAREY ROOFINGthe best that can be bought r RUBBER ROOFINGas good as any Home Phone 47 East Tenn Phone 147 pf Citizens National BankiPaid up Capital 100000 Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to ill business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pros J W Poynter Asst Cashier ft l Work Wonders for Large Figures developedIReduso Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by straps or attachments of any kind 1will reduce the hips and abdomen from one to five inches Price 300 upwards to 1000 Sold at all Stores Everywhere WEING ARTEN BROS Makcrrp 34th St at Broadway New York iPARMS FOR SALE PAR Jf NO 15Oacres 71i miles rom Winchester two story frame dwellings with 6 rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac tblildingsIearing Fencing good Divided into four lots all well watered All in grass except 8 or 10 acres Close to gbod school Price 6000 PARSE NO 25S acres GVt miles from Winchester on good pike Has a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good coil dition Barn hold 4 acres of to bacco Ice house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib f hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one bring wellwatered and every fence in first class condition Has large young orchard in full hearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter of a mile from rail road station Will all raise good tobacco A bargain rt i 8000 FARM NY0 300 acres GV2 mil es from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tobacco barn goodcellar and all outbuildings all in good condition di vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced AJout 20 acres in cut tivation balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postofTice and blacksmith hop Price 6000 FARM NO 460 acres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 6 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn all neces sary outbuildings Well watered with pool wells and creeks All out side fencing good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in grasj Price 6000 FARM Re 5110 acres 7 miles from Winchester bwostoiy frame dwelling with 7 rooms 6acre tobacco barn All necessary outhouses Small tenant house Yell fenced anti watered Price 75 per acre MRS HOUSEWIFE let Mrs Millin show you what can be done with Burnetts extracts and rpp7 ft FARM NO G10J acres 5 miles from Winchester on hood pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms All necessary outbuildings 12acre tobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7345acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grass Price 50 per acre FARM NO 826 acres 3M miles front Winchester on good pike has new 6room dwelling barn and out buildings Price 3500 FARM NO 050 acres 7 miles from Winchester dIns twostory frame dwelling with 6 rooms tobacco barn holding j acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well wat eredwith wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cul tivation balance in grass price 5 000 FARM NO 10300 acres 12 mil es from Winchester Has twostory frame dwelling with 7 rooms tenant house Sacre tobacco barn large stock barn and all necessary out wateredrfarms in the county 75 acres in cultivation balance in grass price 12t00 FARM NO 1127ncres 71i mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splen did combined stock and tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12157 acres ltj miles from Winchester on hood pike has twostory frame dwelling of 8 rooms 7acre tobacco bard and all outbuildings well watered and fenced Good laud Price 20000 FARM NO lit58 acres 7 miles from Winchester 1ins five room dwelling 9acre tobacco barn and nH necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 14G2 acres 3 miles from Winchester on good pike has 4room truant house new 10acre tobacco barn neverfailing water nil tobacco land Price 125 per acre Tracy Stokely 1Office in McEldowney Bldg Both PhoneS rfruit coloring this week at Fairish Bradleys IO24tf SUBSCRIBE FUR THE NEWS i ry r I S tI J aay St 1i If r1f elt W O4a cJ4io r Ae iLN kfJo4 i4 1IfJJj1 JJ Jfu dIIJ mu H1t anrFour THEM 1tt r I HEWS Ju ir f Yo may go around the world and visit every market you may look throughthe fashion centers study the appearance and the attire of the men of social prominence ywhere on earth you will not find clothes any better in style in quality of faunas in good making in fit than we can show you and sell you right here That If may stem like a big statementr to make you may question the truth of it ut W eve Iot the facts and the clothes to prove it Hart Scitatiner 1V1 a r x101 j make the best clothes in the world Every fabric they use is strictly allwool and te patterns they select are not sold to any other maker they use enough of anypf them to warrant the weavers in making ii exclusively for them v The clothes are made in the most perfectly equipped and appointed shop in tile world not contract shops but operated directly by Hart Schaffner 8r Marx The styles are created not merely imitations on the contrary many other makers of clothes and custom tailors quite commonly copy the styles and models designed by- HartSfehaffner Marx The clothes fit well they look as if they were made for you We sell these clothes and we know that any man we fit in a Hart Schaffnerltl itl r y f isas well dress as any map on the most fashionable avenue in the world frenew fall suits and overcoats are ready In suits new weaves colorings Pafterns the new Sha emaker model is a wonderful levelo pmenYl c1 othesmak ing the best idea in the cut of clothes thats been seen in fifty years f f iiu it M tU W AT v i It gives the wearer a good figure chest out shoulders back deep br t Shapeimaker see the new smart styles in overcoats Any day T v n f id J SUITS 2010 35 OVERCOATS 18to 0Oe jv 1 ji f r Dont think thisis just newspaper talk but come and see We are always glad to show you whether you buy or not You will find we have just the suit or over coat thatstoke I a The S t QJp e That Will S a v e You IVI o n e YJJ rl t J VIIIII BLOOMFIELD T COs tfi4Y This store is the home of Halt Schaffner Marx c o esIhi tt 1 J I J F i iIiT t THE WINCurS1iER NEWSrigc Five What Kind of Clothe l Do You Wear + 4 i Do you wear clbtHes that are made i to = your individual measurement theiii kind that fits or are you still in theJ liandniedosvn class You know that there are no iwo men built exactly alike in form there fore clothes made for man canLone never lit another one And then we make them for ufor LESS Money than you can buy any gcod Ready MadeSuit Come in tad look at our woolens and we are sure we will make you your Suit and Overcoat Lookers Are Welcome R FrankJONES BUILDING N MAIN ST WINCHESTER KY Ii r tf1jot itWe carry a full line of Shoes Hatsanq Cent s F r nishings Also a few more uncalled for tailorMadeSufts left at LESS THAN HALF COST I t tn Look at This forlThe price of a years subscription to The Tribune Farmer alone OOJTheParis Modes Pattern 10 195 If this combination does not appeal to you write us your wants THE HOUSE WIFE Edited by LILIAN UYJSSVOR RICK formerly Editor of The Delineator is a bright entertaining monthly maga zine containing many good whole f giinc serial and short stories and Helpful articles unquestioned merit presented in inlcrcstingly instruc thc manner It is the largest and best magazine for women published at popular price and has been recog nixed as the foremost Womens Household Magazine 13 hundreds of1 tliousands of readers throughout the land for the last twentyfour years New Fashions Lessons in EoconomyI Social Circle Editorial I Cooking Class Needlework Housuncld Helps Mothers Realm Talks on Health PARIS MODES PATTERNS One pa Hern free with each sub scriptiou May be selected from i sue of Paris Modes during the ycari1 YNEW YORK TRIBUNE FARMER k Inconsiderate unhold lady for the sake of forty cents paIIlti OUR PRICE TO YOU tOO mi MODES Beautifully illustrated Always has a beautiful cover design and is fillet from cover to cover with the latest styles of American and European fashions It is a review of all fashions in juvenile ladies and misses maIIcHialSpecial department of china oil and water color painting An information bureau for ladies Good stories byj celebrated writers and a free pat tern each year to every subscriber THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER is a practical uptodate weekly read by the successful farmer everywhere ctlAmerica conducts a de jparlraent especially for subscribers Pis articles alone arc worth the price of subscription The combination de scribed in this circular cannot be het tercd Advantage of the offer should be taken at once Address 154 Nassau St NEW YORK Sulphur in Horseradish Horseradish contains a higher per centage of sulphur than any other vegetable food spinash tanking next Pumpkin texas for phosphorus whili radisbeaVare jich In Iron STUPID PEOPLE Couldnt Tell What Grew Up Straight and Was Served op Toast i1ecr ask any one fro supply you with a missiix word avs a writer in the Atchison Globe ami Jf the lXlleil- ence which lie relates is typical it is good advice A Woman was engaged recently In writing a letter to a friend in which she was telling of what they Had loeauitti party She was getting afong very well Itentillof a sudden shejtt Evergreen trees soiue one replied Oh no said the woman 1 mean something to eat Onions was the reply Nosh sam not oHlom Lettuce beans rjlpik1Iul so Ion were all called out by the family anxious to supply the missing word theIncIJam said another the woman got up tore her 1I1IHminto pieces and putt the thing later on days later she was in a groij eery store and saw something marked 15 cents a bunch that sent her run bomeI she cried I should think some of you might have known it was asparagus Didnt I say onIABSURD FASHIONS Hairdressing and Hats In the Time r Marie Antoiettt Some of the fashions In France lur ii ing the reign of unfortunate Queen Marie Antoinette were exceedingly sb surd particularly bainlrcssing and hats which were trimmed with such an extravagant wealth of feathers that lime coaches had to have their seats towered According to Mme Cam pan mothers and husbands murmur ttlnnd the general rumor was that the queen would ruin the French In dies One day Louis XVI decided io tor bid the court in a hotly in follow time royal hunt in coaches in order to be freer he wished only to permit real sportsmen to attend The noble la dies immediately rebelled and the irinccss of Monaco criticised the deci sion by menus of tier headdress upon which arose a miniature royal coach hollowed by two gentlemen on foot In gaiters On the left of this vas displayed a cypress garnished with black teals the large roots being formed of absurd still was the hairdrbss ing of the mother ot Philippe dpon whose dead cieryone eoulil ad mire her son the Due de Beaujolais in tile minus of his nurse as well as a parrot peeking at a cherry Her Only Criticism Little Dorothy not only liked her ten and coffee io have the appearance of being real stud truly but she also liked to taste tile flavor each One afternoon her mother took tier tomi friends home where tea was served at oclock 1The hostess gave to Dorothy what she usually save to her own children of Inrothysage in the line of liquid refreshment viz hot water sugar mud milk Dorothy tasted hers politely and site her little cakes lhy Dorothy you arent drinking enoughIa Yes Mrs C its sweet enough re plied the child Then why Jirent you taking it Its too dull she replied Xew York Times Another Meaning A traveler to the north on the Great dcliClcclhlsIiporter proceeded to nuke hhuseif comfortable in the corner of a first class smoking compartment The put tel having performed his duty came to the carriage to report not without expectation of acceptable reward Well said the passenger see cnpIInf 7j Ill sir riplitd ahepct It tlat iap peak It mJglu mean gratuities never refused Aui the way that porter smiled when he salisInctlonrendered llolldoll Mali IFirt Potatoes In Scotland IIt is claimed by a correspondent that the first pelson to grow potatoes in the open tied in Scotland was Thomas Premier day laborer IlllheWest Harony of the parish in Glasgow near Chapel Given That u11I the year TBS It was about four years liter that date that he rPrentieei entered flat jnaikit with them rod was very successful with his experiniem JIK he made id f it which he sank in double iiitertst and died at Edinburgh I7te sasguw ricralU hStrictly Legal Wluir sai young cian ii1d when atjciiUiiii Isms been arrested by u pretty girlY Why farry lri ra e1ucourt oft UrSf JlHl tllji Srtzstic ISi mislijiN sYiiiuiUiit tall JUT rent iii r tlIIIMf aviTIiq iie h F1h hii pre Ji I BOKHABJWfHE NOBLE I A CltyThJtboeaNot Sounding TitleI1High s and Customs jne vail in the Pokhara of unlay that were familiar iiTour night pr nvlinfr friend of iJagdnd A linncl Folded horse still iplods ronud toldround benvailm iieatn grinding Ihu coijM Jietwceh nu IIIJI1Li soul a nether millstuiie cotton Is still carded bMlur primitive agency ia Uoiible 1Cri1t tjie snihHer one lrn to the ceiling uiul thlarger one nr1 lached toltljya cmIt1il struck by niallet so as to cause a shin it l boull Iitftowii compellufg time cTuIdrenf6at neiid the 5ch0olsmud their parents The 11UiizhitstilllltcIii the behavior of the cjommunlty Jis whole When a tradesmafi Is found iruiliy of clieatijig he ti 1IJH1 3u the street forced toJiis jcuees ifitd flogged with n stirrup leather by one bf time censors ittteudanls 1lhe world moves slowly in Roklmra The city icesstill close wJth the set thtg sun After darJc no one js allow etl abroad the oulyjjouud at night be iug the melancholy hustling of Ute watchmajis drun as he patrols the streets with a lauteru his quest Uii like Diogenes of a dishonest suns a Wlth its filth fanaticism vice cru elty and corruption Itokbam the No ble as its people insist on calling it fonies nearer to being a hell ou earth tlmnainyiplnceI knowand lAit 1s tlie host that eon say about fti Alex ander Powell in KverybiXlys PEARL DIVERS QF JAPAN Women and VoungXairl Who Are Ex pert Skimmers The pearl divert of Japan sire the women Along time coast qt tlieHjay 6C Ago timid tile ibttc ot Goknstio the ihlrteen and fourteen ytar old girls after they Grave lints ioilatIteir primary school work go to sea Ind learn lu dive They are in the wareraud learn to swim almost mom babyhood old they spend most f their time hi the water except in the eoldthtscason from he1Id of December to the be inning of February Even during the mostinclement oT seasons they sometimes tlive for pearls They wear a special dress white un derwear and the huh twisted up into t hard knot The eyes are protected tyy glasses to parent he entrance of water lobs fri Tfpended lloni the waist A boat in eomrnaiia ilfatf man is is signed to every trio to ten women divers to cml tbmn to and from tlie fishing 1rouncs When the divers ar tine on the grounds bey leap into the water at once anaJbji in to atltCr dys tens at the bottom The oysters iiro dropped into the m ls us1 ended frbin their wa theseyessel5 are filled the dil 1Wbcn raised iia the surface aunt jump boats They dive toa depth of from the to thirty fathoms without any special apparatus ntid fetliln their breath while remaining under water from one 10 three minutes Their aiges vary from thirteen to forty yeats1arid between twcnt tIe and Uiirtvfh e UlIIAllot ii visit to England once Mark Twain said on his return to New York UllIIJmember of parliament But neJtuer am la member of congress Has quay fellow American suggested that should be photographed in congress No blush tot y that they ha Ve not And yet here is an honor that might without rial be bestowed on any great man And yet it was not bestowed upon Washington iJefferswi or Lin cola When J saw tbrtt photograph fhcItwo shining examples of the survival of the fittest Liberia Liberia shares H tithe Jis j tinction of being time omlyplace in the World where the negro rules not only lims but also such white men as dwell there Liberias history has been one long record of intertribal anil civil wars although its record in this respect it Is only fair to say is less sanguinary than that of Haiti Ju fact so careful is the Liberian oflits skin when lighting is in progress that it has become a standing joke that a Llberian battlefield is the safest place sohUejThe Prettiest Feet A Swiss pjofessor uamod Hedorta states that not uue woman in a score has a perfect font o1liugto the wear lug of high heeled boots and pointed toe shoes Itnssiiin Cenuan AinerJ ennltistriiiil stud Dutch votaeh lie trays have broad feet while thoseof EtiglishwouuMi ire too narrow to fulfill rlaKsical 4iud healthy The tlf till litin races exciudiiig KroucbwouHMi have the jest ormeil 11C11liHrcfoiv the prcttfetfeet the ltnfei tS it t zssifred r Tilt suggestion Ijrts lipcn unade that iuats mat prlft shiuiUj be tajen wiiy fmni tlie lyiJuljiious list and quot in ate luiMor uwnket New York Tribune tithe hetiI nf man hs ver ns hard liJ fii i Hf1 i I rL t THE AUDITORIUM J1rclt d The only t continuous Show House in the City One performance night ly at oclock except Saturday when there are two Shows change fMondaYjWednesday and Triday Nights jTwo reels of moving picturesl changed every WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AND THURSDAY 1October 26 and 27 WILMA WOnD f The Kentucky Girl in Songs and Stories VAN MADDOX Refined Novelty Musical Act NoRes Matiii eSatprdayAfteril0PI1230j BlflQMFlEU RATIIFF PROPRIETORS WETS rCHICAGO Oct 25 VHEAT Brokers were divided in opinion us to the ehl11ltelofl buying yesterday The most showy buying was the cov cling of imjorint lines for local leaders There was other buying which some egaldedas of an invest ment character There is just enough decrease in the marketing of wheat in this counlry to encourage bulls in stub making a fight buying side on the breaks WiUlontI something in the way of positive bunI news we think pieces will oonbl the down grade agai- nrOllNIt is noted lhat ecrtl1nj crrsh interests are friendly buying side because of shiall local stocks On the other side weather conditions sire favorable anda larger liullCjimeiit is expected Unless corn raiser and the public come into uorii futures on the side because of lower priers wethink the meal trade will conduct a lien market- OATS1Ve think there can he no mistake in securing profits on short lines At the saute time if there is any further display of heaviness in corn oats futures will be forced to follnnfPllOVTSIONSGelt says 16000 hogs against 5000 estimated and 100 last year The movement con tinues nitreri last year which is jut tlIfnuuketfrom hand to mouth owing to the high premium over next years fut pres ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CHICAGO Ol l25lCatttJe re ieiptjr 14OOQ slqadyi beves4diXk 780 Texas steers H3r ai5G5 west era steers 4a080 stocked mind fcedeis i2ai55Oolvs heifers 225C fi30 oives725Ji10 hogs receipts 15000 5 cents lower 795 IJ30steel receipts 45000 steady native 2ha 4H5 western 3ai435 yearlings 450 5fi04 lambs native 475re 7vlO Avestern n CININNATIOct 2fiCnttlele1 ceipts 330 steady fair to good ship pegs 525fiG25 common jl 2fD275 hogs receipts 2154 steady butchers nnd shippers at 20o 025 common sheet receipts 439 1r386J D4 lamb steady 350a 1JOINr MEETING of the TDcmoratic County Committee and time Democrat ic County and City Campaign Com mitiee will be lieu at the grand jury room at Ute GouiihonFe Slajtiudcy af tcrnoon at two oVlock Every n1i m her of both committee in1gclltGi be 1resent Jf STEVENSON Chairman of County Committee JAS T STOKELY Chairman of Campaign Cum ladies tlonH 1ail to attend the demonstration of Burnetts extracts and fruit coloring this week at Par rish and Bradleys IO241f jThe Gaelic A S Every Ifetter 1n the Gaelic alphabet Js represented bya tree Jibe alpha bet of today consists of eighteen tet tersin ancient Gaelic seventeen and now as of old sill the letters with the exception of g t and u rhloh stand for ItiurEe and heather are called ftertees The Gaelic n be of today runs dllm belt coU ilur wigij fears sack huath logh lute niuln niilnV olv pelth ruls sull telne ur which Is equivalent to saying etc birch liazftl oak appen alder ivy whlto thorn law rowan or guJ ken vine ash sptndle tree pine elder wlllofo flame heAth In tho ancient Gaellc aphab ttlieI letter h the h aUior whitethorn does not exist The alphabet is called the bethjulsnulh because b J DJtknd noti4fc arelts flistthrei petters 11jt is n y tt 2 5 ti Classified Advertisements j lc a word for a slngL InsertlcI2c a word for three consecutive In scrtionsIQc a word per month perinsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged or hooks 1for less than 25 cents WANTED FARMS FOR SALE We arc having calls every day furj faiinstot all H r and prices if you have one you want to sell see or tel ephone us at once Office in McEl downey Building both phones i 1NI1 r TOKE For Insurpnqe m your Tobacco Office in McEldowney Builldin Home Phone 728 East Tenn2B InI t iSTROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and aricTReal Estate Agency jOKfICK Fraternity Bldg Phone forjIron as companion or nurse for HOll1eiphtrSelMr llohhins News office L 10811110i laudmnow m anti really to plow at once For money rent orgood unto Apply to IT W Ed on at Ectons Rrocerv lOlOtf FOR SALE Pure blood Khode Is IphoneWANTED TOO sheep to graze Call honeit KorthIIFOR SALE 100 hogin lots to suit purchasers to bq delivered flomI 2tli to 2thof November be slaughtered on premises CtnI Ogden 101 Oell1jpiedp our yesn information as to its whereabouts will he suitably rewarded Wiui Chester Roller Mills 1018lf WANTED Five or six carpenters Apply W P Eekley 10U13t ApIpyi Winn avenue 1022ftt DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENT Our new directory is nearly ready and iiti any businesshouse desire tc1 vertisinjf space time manager will gladly reserve it upon notice Old Kentucky Telephone Tel Co 102fi2t FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a lave number of pool sufferers whose luuus are sore and rackediritli coughs arc urged to to another climate But this is costly and not always sure Theres a bet DiS1cocryNelson of Calamine rkwhen ail else failed and J gained 47 pounds ilIweight Its surely the King of dough and lung cures T uni aud qwe their lives and health to it 1s positively iruaraiilccd for Coughs Golds LaGripno Asthma Croup all Throat gild Lunir troubles fiOlIIcf l00 Trial bottle free SolllbnJI drugeisis- r THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER t 1 have secured the aircncy for thir maohlne witted is well known for iii dUiaibilstiy ajld rood work iVilf tile sell to show he latest model 1i ijnospcctivc purclinsers WillRell cattier for wish or monthlv payment q itOBraXS w5ollice They Go Together The fellow Who Is out Ton the dust basirbifull fJf grit d 7 T t f BoIA1PTON rrut1 Cfchltr 0 P resident Cubic l Clark County National Bank kEstsbtiahedf 3 r Accounts ol Merchants FEmier and Traders Solicited Election Made on Points i Capital and Surplus ra3500 goOOZ ri- L1VFIRE AND TORNADO Jj INSURANCEWINCHESTER KV y OFFICE NIcElDOWNEY gIARUNABOUT Unti1jY u have seen 1 the New Model 14 I Buick at 60 00Tw Can at the W1DchesterI Garage b t particulars PENDLETON RUSH Ie BUSH IAttorneys it Uw- 5tk I Floor McEldowney Building 1 HirBuilCtbi1Spcciul Winchester Ky f 1 8IWINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS oldest and best institution in I IThe is the Winchester Roller P Why not use home flour the IWhite IIII The city taxes havcAbecn past duo since July L Those owing taxes will e please ea Iand settle at once null J avoid the penalty which takes effect November 1 T will be in my ofiiue M in time Clark County National lank Ihcginnin i JAS A MCOURT JCity Tax Collector 930tfi DRINK i rl a ola1 More Than Wet ti Notice to Taxpayers f yon have lint a few more days be ltllhrItax am compelledto colleetn of the taxes by December 1st Yours respeclfullv W 0 JJKjbCK Sheriff OlrtfI NEW BAKERY 1 We will start a new bakery vt I9 East roadWayvvlind hill frtniiIi the freshest and beSt bread cakes jpies and eyeiything to be Iouid iia a iirstclqs bakery Yc have hall largo experience Will guarautiKff IInil parts of the city on short notJs ireBoth phones No U2 t The E R Bifkery iQimpany 101s4L r r r a 5 Page Six P THF WiNaKEST R NEWS For Wonnens Wearr We Have Of ComfortDurability and- Excellence I McCORD PHILLIPS Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY HE PLUNGER Erqm tin Stock Faun aThe upset BfUon Pcnii by The Plunder onitiiejjast itt ot tic Lex ington meeting aftei tjo son of Wil liam Penn hid lion the first two heats of the Stol Strkc was expensive to time backers of thu Indiana trotters But the result proved that the tin tier is about us good a race horse as liar ever been bought for export McHcniy who drove the loser had his horse pegged jit the right hole a mile in 208 He trotted to the pegging for he made The Plunge go in 207V to tin the third Lent After the race Mellehry raid to me My horse trotted strictly tar joint and pioved fil n1e J1J t he ia good one But in that fist third heat The Plunger odwmJlint played with me ail the young son of The Bondsman his sec ond splitchat race of the meeting proved hip class and should add ma terially to the popularity of his sire Itt passiimg1iititt to compliment lien ry Horinc the trainer and driver on the excellent campaign he nude with his horse It was fitting tint he should celebrate his home coming1 faiilySparkled i it mclnin go 4 careful student of fjie py MiMii breeding the trotter dared that if all the fads could knn vp it would Ijo found that iv ejty great trotter dcscend1 front at 1 4t 1e great ma ic Those why tWillW1lI1Tncs hlaitflo tt son Bondsman is a direct descendant T1lI Tie side of his damn from the orlfJoEelIcrviys of tie bicycle snlkyAThe brcod i1urllJea roln is iig follows j Sire The Bondsmaiu son of Bar oji Wilkeand Son nto by Grand llinelPt r v First dam Mary C JY Wilton 19V4 Second dui Mary Brown by Eg E rt 1135 thud dainAnnie Brown by Ash jluul Chief 151 damMrs Clukc by Pilot tXValker 5 Tho great oldtime brood mare in te pedigree is Mrs Clukc and the Breeding of The Plunger a wellas lie interesting story of how he eI vgnrod Mrs1 Cluke was given to me- JY 1 Joseph L Brown of dVinCIJt ICy who bred The Plnn pr and his data When Mr Brown vns a lad of fourteen years he made n settlement on a note with Mrs Clukc whose husband was away in the Civil War Part of the property va5the Clukc mare now known to ihc reeordsgs Mrs Clukc On his way home Mr Brown met the father of Mrs Chile rnd was asked to put jJiprtec on the marc No 1nn swered the boy site is a good pacei and I want her to ride to saddle Asked howrjmich lie gave for her he replied that she cost him 125 Also lie agreed with his questioner that tlie price fis1 highone Then he refused a profit of 25 and a further profit of 50 and took the mare home- Shoes In later years he took her to Win chester where Ashlrnd Chief anda very tine saddle stallion stood Lot service intending to breed her to tin latter The owner did not rare particularly to breed her to time saddle horse and talked young Brown intr breeding her to Ashland Chief say ing Lots of the trotting stalliom sire good saddlers besides yon might get a trotter Andso Ashlanu Chief was used the result being tit jolt afterwards known as Black Cloud To the cover of Ashlant Chief Mrs Cluke 1tel produced Annie Brown third dam of The Plunger and to the same sire another stuff olt that was veiy lust was sold tot 1000 became noted in New Yore State as a toad horse hut was nevel raced Later while Fumed by tit late B J Tresey of Lexington produced to Abdallah West the stallion West Cloud site of Senator L 212 nad the pager Wild Usoe 210 Annie Brown daughter of Mrs Cluke is the dam of the pacer Beresfon 2lG4 and Mary Brown 229V Maiy Brown second dam of Tin 22ierand a Very fast trotter called Iloose volt owned somewhere in Illinois a last accounts nut credited with hav ing shown a great trir1 mile Mary C dam of The Plunger is dead and is her only living foal Mr Browi owns an own sister to Mary Cmimic has front her a suckling colt foaler last August tired by Peter the Great Some of the produce of Annie Brown went to Europe one of them Tillie Brown a fast trotter now being own ed by the Messrs Schlessinger wh last week purchased Time Plunger fo 5000 NEW CANDIDATES FOR HEPTASOPHS Lccal Lodge Will Attend Banquet U Be Given By Lexington Thursday The local lodge of Ileptrsophv have received an invitation to attend a banquet to be given by the Lex in toll lodge Thursday night in that city A meeting of time meal lodge will he held here Friday Meetat which time a number of new candi dates will he initiated ITS THE WORLDS BEST No one has ever made a salve ointment or hahn to eomuarc with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the one per fect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains its supreme Infallible for Files Only 25c at all druggists Pretty Strong Proof John D Crimmins at a St Patricks day dinner in New York was praising the good that Irish stock had worked in America The proof of this goods ld Mr Crimmins is as strong as the proof of Dawsons marriage A man you Know asked another man If Dawsonwas a benedict or a bachelor knowIso can say but last Sunday morning I saw him push ing a baby carriage with a woman on either side of him and as I passed the younger woman said You brute youve been like that twice this week you cant deny it And then the older woman who looked like the younger ones mother exclajmed Lizzie if you dont make him putan other thousand on his life before his Tijool r firs A LIGHT ATMOSPHERE Why Smoke Beats Down When It Leaves a Its getting Iul ChimneyI how the smoke own as soon as it comes out of time cbimney Tits because the air is so heavy it pushes the smoke down before it has time to rise One often hears this stated as fact concerning that most generally talked of subject on earth the weather The speaker was probably right under those conditions In prophesying HI storm hut he was scarcely right in assigning as u reason that the air ISI so heavy It pushes the smoke down Nearly everybody knows it Is easier to swim in1 salt water than in freshwater As salt water Is heavier than fresh water it is evident that the heavier the liquid the greater the buoyant forceIa slInmer lheroore when the smoke beats down as soon as It leaves a chimney it utmost he concluded that the buoyant force exerted upon it is relatively small timid that the nil is not heavy but lI rfA aj sudden lessening of the pressure of the atmosphere generally tikes place before a storm Therefore the smoke from chimneys If observed intelligent ly furnishes a pretty good weather indicatorChicago KeconMIenild VEGETABLE FOODS Spinach Rich In Sulphur and Pumpkin In Phosphorus IronJ Time French have a saying that parsley is a broom to sweep the stomach Hadlsl1esiHorseradish contains a higher per centage of sulphur titan all the other vegetable roots spinach ranking next in value Spinach also contains a large proportion of iron A mayonnaise dressing with lettuce Is especially desirable for thin people but for the overplump French dress lug is to be recommended rile ac tion of vinegar on the digestive organs however is not to be considered t Time acid of lemon juice is preferable Willie apples are a most excellent fruit for brain which phorus aids in the 11I1IubleIHllUllklnJ desecrated to the uses of pie and jack o lanterns holds the prize IuiupkiO rates 270 iu phosphorus while apple is but 45 When in search for this special element take up a pumpkin diet But as winter squash would stand the same analysis it can be used as a vegetable in many varieties and thus the needed phosphorus supplied Cucumbers rank pumpkintieing The Tricky Fox A gentleman while hunting near a river one winter day saw a fox run out on the ice and make at full speed for tin opening iu the ice where the rushing water of the river cpuld be plainly seen from the bank says the Scotsman At the edge be stopped turned followed his tracks back to the bunk and then ran some distance down the stream and sat there Soon a dog came crashing out of the woods buying timely hot on the foxs trail Now dogs when on a chase of this kind trust almost entirely to their uoses This one was no exception He ran along the Ice head down and when be reached the hole he could not stop but plunged into the water disap geared forever Theo the fox trotted away with every sign of satisfaction The Praetorian Guard The Praetorian guard was a select body of troops instituted by the Em peror Augustus to protect his person and consisted of ten cohorts eacb of 1000 men chosen from Italy They had peculiar privileges when they had served sixteen years were retired on a pension of about g500 Each member of the guard had the rank of a captain in the regular army Like the bodyguard of Louis XIV they were all gentlemen and formed gradually a great power like the janizaries at Constantinople and frequently deposed or elevated the very emperors themselvesThe Dead in India Three distinct methods of disposing of time dead are in vogue in India while the Mohammedans inter time dead the Hindoos prefer to throw the bodies Into the purifying waters of the Gauges bud even now there are coo stant Infractions of the severe regula tions framed to suppress this danger ous practice The form of funeral adopted by the Parsees is that of sim ply exposing their dead at a great alti tude to the scavenging services of crows and vultures Procrastinate Teacher What is the meaning of time word procrastinate PupilTo put tiff Teacher Right Illustrate it in a teuteuce PupllI triedto steal a ride on a street car yesterday but I was procrastinated Toledo Blade Not Fussy The Missus No tell you I object to giving money at the door The Tramp Well mama perhaps youll hand it out of the window Im pot pertikler Ladles Home Journal Str ctly Accurate ILawverSo you say time defendant against your will wit ness No sir I said he pushed iiie jtgalnstthe door Baltimore American U I SPEARING THE CACTUS Customs of the Nativcsof the TrfsxI can State of Sinaloa Siualoa is a hungttatee comparable almost with Chile as It lies along the west coast of Mexico t as Chile u along the Fn ltmghole of South America i Like most new countries time most Interesting part of this fertile state Is its inhabitants possibly because the country is so fertile Game is abnn dint and easily caught and the fruit of thegreat pithaya cactus Is ripe almost fruit season to season Every native whether mounted or afoot and most natives ride carries a slender stick ten feet long sharpened at one end the point hardened with fire laud supposes these sticks to beTath primitive lances until one sees the lun spear a cactus fruit from a branch seven or eight foot above hi Lead These ilithayals contain many seeds and a little blood red pulp all of which except time spines is food for the Indium IAU day long these Indian men wan through the jungle a wall of green broken only here stud there by the old- trails of half wild cattle gathering the cactus fruit It would seem that some would be dried or at least taken to the brush jacal which represents home to the Indian But no he sits down mule ts what he gathers immediately If his wife wants any of the fruit she goes timid gets it herself She also gatlicis the food for the babies For est and Stream IT DIDNT CURE HIM Why One Man Has a Distinct Dislike For Buttermilk When was a youngster said a state official the other day I was poisoned by airlvy ivine My nose got very red and swelled up twice its toiwere with blotches II was told to use buttermilk I boughtIoutside of that In fact I drank so much buttermilk that the price went thatIBut the poisoning was not getting any better It was not jinproviug one bit anil I couldnt understand It I told time people who had recom mended the buttermilk that it was not swalithe vast weekI told them You drank Itn they shouted hack at me u Of course I replied What did you expect me to do with jWhy we meant fpr you to bathe your face with buttermilk not drink Itwus the answer I pretty nearly cdjlnpsed To this day I cant look buttermilk in the face Kansas City Journal Paraguay Lace Making laVe by Is a well de vclopedjut in Paraguay It was taught time natives 200 years ago by ilu ails sionaries and ba been transmitted from generation to generation till it Is now quite general throughout the re public Some towus are devoted to making a certain kind of lace In one town of 8000 or l Olio Inhabitants al most all the women and children and mauy of time men make lace collarets handkerchiefs anti ladies ties An other town makes lace embroidery and others drawn thread work such as centerpieces rat mats teacloths and dollies The designs used In making the lace are taken from the curious webs of the scmitropical spiders that are so numerous there On this account It Is called imuduti an Indian name which means spider web Preaching arid Practice W S Gilbert ou one certain occasion was ota visit to a friend time owner of a fine English country house On the morning after his arrival he was chatting with his host before breakfast when he became suddenly aware Unit family prayejs were about to be read Time household filed 1null the distinguished guest knelt down ou the spot where be hiiphencd toJje stand bug Looking upIH cuugtmtIiis hosts eye fixed on him with a warning glance which he however failed to read fright The service began Al mighty Father who bust made all men alike import telegraphic glances riuh and poor gentle and simple then unable to contain himself any longer the host calledrjmtmllllt you lie kneeling nong the servants Why He Smiled Magistrate flu prisoneri1otI are charged with having ben ten your wife Prisoner smiling Quite right your worship Time charge is correct Magistrate Tfniilwhat are you smil ing nt Prisouer1 may well smile We have been married tin years and in Ill till tights weve bad this is the first time sue hasnt been able to give me n jolly oiHMilding Have a cigar Judge London Scrap Significent Activities That young fellow seems to have made a hit tit your home YeS i judge lit has Mas Investi gating Ills family tree und pas look lug up his commercial standing Wasbihgtoii Herald I Didnt Nced lt Music TeaeherWiiy donr yon pause there Dont you see that its marked ret c 1upitdaisteacher but nreni tired Life twoio1t B patient Gnd ImsJiiill eternitttin which to uiukepiuintbobiddeu t 11Iufi utcyour uftt jtt t r f Clark County I Construction Company INCORPORATED z We are more thorughly oequipped than any plant in Kentucky to construct and repair all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushed and building stone always on sale Concrete side walks laid economically and satisfaction guaranteed Give Us a Trial HE IEIHE IS ON TRIAL In London as Accesscry to the Mur der of Belle Elmcre Wife of Dr Crippeni LOXDOX Oct 20Ethel Clan Leneve was placed on trial Tuesday as accessory niter the fact in the thnnuvlecrime for which the husband Di Crippen was convicted and semitone to die on time gallows November S Miss Leneve is capably represent ed by counsel who took rdvantigc of cvorv technicality of law to pro- C t their client- Aceording to the prosecution Mis Lenevcs relation to the crime as ne cessory began very soon after the death of Mrs Crippen In the case made out against the doctor Mrs Crippen was murdered on the morning of February 1Ind lier dismembered body was buried in the cellar of the Crippcn home Miss Leneve slept in the Crippcn home time night of the day following DfATHS AND FUNfRAlS Miss Annie Gnadinger The funeral of Miss Annie Katli eriue Gnadinger will take place at St church in Cynlhi na on Thursday October 29 at 9 oclock Services by Icv Geo Dealer Burial at Jim irrhc following are time pall bciarers Neil Robertson Charlie Woods Henry Ling R J Lyons Frank Donahue Jake Des h leI Nick Hayes and Karl Dills HORSE SCARES AT AUTOMOBILE Animal Driven to Adams Express Wagon Beccmes Frightened and Throws Driver Out The old gray horse of the Adams ISxpross Company created quite a hitor excitement about noon Wcd ncsday when lie became frightened at an automobile and ran oily Denver Bruce who was driving him teas returning from the college where he hal been to deliver a pack age Whe n ij little distance from the college an automobile drove up behind and frightened the animal mud he begun to ron A front wheel came off after he had started running and Mr Bruce was thrown outnnt es aped injury The house ran up Col lege to Maple from Maple to Boonc and from Boonc to Mcin and was caught near the Auditorium1 AUDITORIUM v Another splendid bill is on for Wednesday night tit the Auditorium theatre As the week groutolder fhe program gets better Tle first qct oh time Wednesday night is Wilma Wood a very beautiful Ken tueky girl who is a great entertainer with her select songs and stories As serve you and more than else 1 it has some time since a musical let has been here the one on the hill night slinul1 prove a great treat for those taat attend this popular house is Van mid AEad dox in a refined novelty will give an account of themselves and with the two new of pictures the show is above the average Aunt Nancy Aged Inmate of County Farm Makes Tripto lent Xancy Raglaiid lit aged iii mate at the County Farm was brought on tiviit 4hthe city Wed nesday morning by wire E C Kis senger anti it was fire fist time slit has been in the city for many years She hits seen few trraiis in hei days an dupon Hearing the she was veiy at seeing r train running bIHH Illmft askct Squire 4SIfotvin time word could an engine anything goiiijj that way After little busiues1 at Squire Ben Will iiid Squire hei mound to see some fif the large stoics in flic city The last one visit ed was Kress tencent store Slit irad never seen a store inhfer life before vhtye that any per son wanted was kept She had heard of ton about elevators in buildings that went up high an the sky nail was very anxious tna5te taken to the Building Mid there placed on the elevator When the lour was closed and slit found she could not get out site dtv cided s etljd pot to lake a ride on it hut tl hell bay land al ready rccievcd orders to go to the last floor and beme she know what was going on wa the upper Moors so fas slip could hardly see them A round frip was nude and when she cane nil of the elevator l she said that ruling beats the old two horse to pieces Aunt Nancy iv about years oC age and has begn city but fen times rhivim t Itl THE is alone good for our We have been in this in Winchester for many years and have by experierce ma 1Y in the coal trade make it for us to cheaper satisfactory anybody J 1R1 MARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO been Wednesday nnisiea1act excellent reels fIRST RIDE ON ElEVATOR SightSeei- ng Winchester city inuchsnnirised pull transaitiima courthouse took everything onevShcv4var McEldowney want Spassing wagohSall iiexlife BEST enough customers business learned points which possible better Raglan Kissenger Kissenger The Conductors Daton According to tin Investigations of n Frenchman the credit of Inventing tin conductors baton belongs to lull lit composer who eventually had coast regret his Invention Brute he adopt ed the baton conductors were in in habit of pounding on tie Hour with their feet or clapping their hands in mark the time Lully found it weari some to keep his fmt constantly in mo tion so used a stick to strike lL ffour mud beat time lie used a po six feet long Ube day he brought down the pole with such force that it struck his foot maul made a doe wound rte paid no attention to the matter The wound grew worst bid ultimately caused his death After his time conductors tried more and wore to improve the baton and it win ultimately brought to its present form Extra Cautious They were returning to America tiller a European honeymoon George petulantly really feel hurt Over on the other side you de dared I was a jewel and you 1m aboard repeated it since we have elJtI Hist cautioned George holding up a warning finger If I declared you a jewel I might Wave to pay duty You know these customs men are terribly strict these dmysChicago News Quite Willing Pardon me governor began the street beggar- Certmhtlc dear fellow answered the gcutlcuiaii from Tennessee What are you guilty ofBuffalo Express In the Swim Congratulations old chap You are seen everywhere with Lord Bunk hurstYes I have rcntqd him for the sea son Louisville CourIer Journal Self respect iy the corncrstpne of all Irtue Ilerschel Origin of the Kiss Concerning the kiss and Its origin opinions differ Some wise men declare that the kissing habit is one of the remains of cannibalism and that its beginning was nothing more than the carnivorous impulse to bite When primitive man gave a kiss he ex pressed an affection equal to his love for his foods The kiss meant I love you well enough to eat you It Is certain that kissing was one of the most ancient of customs It was cur rent among the ancient Jews and id well known among all Orientals Nor is it to disappear Exalted by tho dying act of more than one historical hero sung by all the poets from SoloImon onward the kiss is here to The world could not do without It r