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Last Edition THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOLUME 5 NO 10 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK CSHOOlS AND TEMPERANCE DISCUSSED BY STATE GRANGE Silrs Desba Breckinridge Mrs Beaudiamp Captain Becker and Others 1Speak Interestingly on Various Subjectsi The first open session of the Ken lucky State Grange was hold at the Courthouse Wednesday afternoon MV J Eo Grnibs president f the JommercirJ Club called the meeting to order but had to leave immed r iately for Cincinnati and Mr Lwien Beckner delivered the welcome ad th essCaptain Ueekner brought out a fact that is not generally l nown to t1iee younger people of the rite lie- Moldthe members that Winchester hhd the distinction for some years of having the only Grange store in the United States He said at tht time the organization WHS very strong ini this city Col Ilolloway was the last Treasurer and he now had in hi possession the old records of the organization stud a dime which was left in his hands at the time the or tier disbanded Civptain Beckner told the delegate that they were welcome here tfml that every thing was at their disposal He invited them to visit tinhhlu facturing enterprises in the city and also to visit some of the historic places in the county In closing In asked that an effort be made to 1II ganize u Grange in Clark eoltlllyI that it was something needed for the betterment of conditions hertMr W Clayton responded ti the welcome address on bchlilf of thlI delegates He said that all of themi knew about Winchester and its hosI pitality and that there was no use it telling them the keys of the city luu been turned over to themIMr Clayton never tu lily to tell people nil about the orI ganizntion and Wednesday after t noon he started at the beginning 01 the history of the organization am brought it down to the present For ty years ago he said that a man wlu lived in Washington was sent to tin Soutlf to make u secret investiga hon of conditions there One cvcninv farulcl auiy refused him until he found out lha lie wiis a Mason Immediately atlijif this visit the man went back tl Washington and after pondering OY1c er the matter for a long while lhellNorth rout South was through a far nicks ftrganizatiou He finally 1 started the organization which nov has over a million members He als gave the visitors an idea of win the organization was doing and pro 11cnndby the Grangers and the Aliens of Winchester mid Clark county who were out to hear her Mrs Breckenridge began her talk by showing the illiteiucy in Ute State of Kentucky and claimed that one of the chief causes of this was that women were denied the right to vote in school matters She quotes sta tistics to show that those States in which women were denied this right were at the bottom of the list She took up the wtork that is being done sin Kentucky to overcome this deplorable shite of affairs Mrs Breckenridge gave the Federation of Womens Clubs credit fur zeal and much elTicient work They r leave formed school improvement leagues in every county in the State They have sent eirCluu tin libraries allover talc State awrrded prizes to the best improved school districts They took part in the State cam paign for education and they have secured from the Southern Educa tional Association a promise of one thousand dollars with wilwch to pay the salary of an orgniizer on condi lion that the Federation mise a like amount in Kentucky The federation is now engaged in this work and State Superintendent Regenstcin has offered office room stationary awl stamps for the work The State Fed eration Mis nlso been instrumental having laws enacted that were for the betterment of the schools of the St1teIMrs Breckenridge complimented the local representative R D Thin tel who was a member of the com ItJ Uce before whom the woman school suffrage bill was considered nmltwho gave them his support and enabled thcmto bring it before the house where itwas lost by only five Votes i Mrs Breckenridge explained the IT malign now being waged for 4I000 for a model school in the western section of Lexington and explained the plan of the model school Mrs Breckenridge was followed by Mrs Beauclmimp who spoke on the temperance question The thirtieth rimnal convention of the State Grange came to an end Wednesday night after one of its most successful mill interesting meet jugs Immediately after the open session at the courthouse Wednesday afternoon the delegates assembled in the Fraternity building and finished business The reports of con mitts who hid been out since Tuesday morning were received It is the custom of the organiza tion to remember the members who th1memi1Jtei noon were very impressive Every year one member of the executive committee is elected for a term of five yenrs WcclneslllY af ternoon Mr George W Florence of Harrison county was elected to this place Before final adjournment was tHc en resolutions were adopted thanking citizens of Winehesiter for their hospitality and courtesies extended Every delegate left Thursday morn feeling that they had been great benefitted by having attended the sleeting and all were loud in then praise for Winchester HAGGARD AND GAY TALK Ahout the Abandonment of the Road Contract By the Clark County Construction Company The announcement in The News that the Clark County Conslniction Company had refused lo fulfill the contract fur the repair of the pikes caused much comment among the farmers who were in the city Thurs It is felt that there is danger many of the pikes not being re jJLired at nil because of the lateness of the season The Construction Company is determinednot to under take further work unless a radical change of methods is made President Gay said Thursday We are wasting our time money nd energies They ere determined that we shall neither finish our con lioctis nor make any money on themI bid of 10 for the work includ ing sprinkling mill rolling was very low The price in Fa ette witha large number of competitive bidders was nearly 13a rod Both Judge Evans and Supervisor Haggard talk nicely M the time If a stronger heard them he would think they were falling over themselves to smooth the way for our work while nIl the time they arc putting obstacles in our way We have not had a clear field since we got toe contract Little causes of delay are arising at all times It is herd to put your fiugci on just what is the matter hug something is always occuring- We feel that the magistrates arc striving rot the hest interests of the county They know that the farmers Mo demanding good pikes and that we are trying to give them such We know that they will act fairly and justly at the meeting Friday Mr D S Haggard Road Super- ViSOr when seen by a reporter for The News made the following state ment llavc never at arty time failed or in any sense refused to show ttc Construction company where to put stone and bane at all times been anxious for them to put the stone out as contracted was over the Big Stoner road with Mr Hodgkin at his request Monday October 17th and showed him where the stone were to be put and the only objection he made to me was that the people who had the stone would either not let them have them at rUor those that would let them have them wanted too much money for them No member of the company had asked me to go with them on that end of the road before that date and I said to Mr Hodgkin that when they put their crnsher upI uuouldgladlgo with him again SPECIAL TRAIN TO ifilNGTOI Will Be Run on Thanksgiving Day Leslie Carter at Opera House and Football Game AreAttractions An excursion to Lexington on Thanksgiving Day over the L K road will be personally conducted by Messrs James Phillips and Charles Strother A football gauge will an attraction and Mrs Leslie Cartel will be seen il the Opem House The r train will be in charge of Mr L II Shryock It will leave Winchestei illllLOOSE LEAF MARKET Lions Share of Sales Goes to J D Noel of the American Tobacco Company LEXINGTON Ky Oct 2Tilese- cond days loose leaf sales of to bacco at the Lexington warehouse Wednesday brought out several new bidders representing independent firms or individuals but they did lit tle buying the lions share of the sales going to J D Xoelof the American Tobacco Company Prices ranged from 4 5 to 20 cents mot of it going at from 7 to 10 centsA1 proximately 125000 pounds wen There were auctions at three houses the Fayettc Lexington and Growers Fro mthe fitt the American has tUkon the lead in the buying old the arrivalof a second buyer lIVClare of Virginia for that company is a plain indication of the companys policy that of buying heavily on Un loose leaf market GUNBOAT IS LOST AT SEA- t is Estimated That Seventy Per sons Were Killed or Drowned Twenty Others Rescued PORT AU PRINCE Haytl Oct 27E The Hayticn gunbct Lit te has benc lost at sea off Port DeiPiiix following an explosion on board It is estimated tha tseventy persons are killed or drowned Twenty others were rescued Among those lost arc ten Haytien generals who were going to take command of several divisions of troops in the department of the North TO APPEAR ATI I I COLLEGE William H Sherwood and Miss Vir ginia Listemann Will Give Concert on Thursday NightINever before in the history of Winchester have the music lovers had an opportunity to hen such r farfamed pianist as Mr William II Sherwood who will appear at the Kentucky Wcsleyan College on Oc tober 27 Mr Sherwood will be assisted by Miss Virginia List einahihl concert soloist Selections from the worlds comments lire a follows Beautiful girl Voice sweet and appealing Strong and wonderfully thorough in interpretation and al ways winning Yon unbounded pop ularity Dallas Tex News Miss Listemanivs singing proved well worth waiting for Purity strength and beauty of her voice most manifest Her number host likedof entire concert Forth Worth Tex Record A lovely petite woman with a luscious sympathetic voice most pleas ont to listen to Solos beautifully rendered Salt Lake City Ilcrald Republican One is compelled to give full hom age to his eminent virtuosity Mr Sherwood is an extraordinarily gifted artist with a manysided musical talent We owe great thanks to Music Director IIIIYOl Bcrnutli for bringing this mUst before us wh willsurely create a universal sensa tion Hamburg FremdenBIatt- Mr Sherwood the entiregave pro gram which was one of rare merit and charming variety He showed marvelous technique mill great skill handling the softer passages with 11tIHe won the unstinted piuise of all the critics present Hamilton Out DailyMJSSLENEVE IsQACUITTED Trial Lasted Only a Few Hours Chief Justice Saw No Reason Why She Should Be Implicated in Crime LONDON Oct 27 Ftile Clare Leneve was Wednesday acquitted of the charge of being an accessory af ter the fact in the murder of Cora Belle Crippen The trial lasted only a few hours When arraigned Miss Leneve pleaded not guilty Crown prosecutor Richard Muii introduced only such evidence as hnc1 been brought out in the earlier Iwjar iurs Miss Leneves counsel asked tin jury to bear in mind Iliad his clieni has been under the influence of Crip pen since she was sixteen years ol age This he asserted accounted for her flight in the doctors OIl pany a nd there way no proof thitf she had knowledge of the crime Me lollnI1niel he took upon his owr shoulders the responsibility of not putting Miss Leneve in the witness box Lord Chief Justice Alverstone it summing np for the jury said he saw no reason why Crippen should has told Miss Leneve a Story differenl from tint which he told others- ATDJAIJEDUCTION IN POSTAL DEFICIT Figures Show Thot Deficiency For the Year Amounts to 11500000 a Reduction of 6100000 WASHINGTON D C Oct 27 The post otlice department announces a material reduction in the postal di ficfi for the fiscal year ending June 80 the report for which has just beer completed The figures show that the deficiency for the year amount to 11500000 as compared whir 17000000 list year n reduction ol 0100000 This saving has beet accomplished recording to Postmas ter General Hitchcock without cur tailment in any direction of the postal facilities hut by th eelimination of unnecessary and wasteful expendi h1beenpartment the report shows that oOO new iOtof ices were established 515 new rural routes oeringn mileage of 12215 miles put in opera tion 1800 additional postoflice clerks and 1000 new letter carriers ap pointed mdthe railway mail service was increased by the appointment of 750 new employes CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank the friends and neighbors who were so land to us up on tic da COr ri r hhsbnud aUfI father D II Punish TITF FAMIL- YORGANIZAIION OF NEW CHURCH Will Take Place Thursday Night at the Courthouse Everybody In vited The organization of the new flap tist church will take plrce at the courthouse on Thursday evening a1 715 The members are requested to be present and the general public is invited NO PREACHING SUNDAY There will be no preaching at El kin Hall this Sunday on account of- i1iairia and scarlet fever being prevalent ih the neighborhood HIGH PRICE FOR 1910 CROP I Twenty Cents Was Bid Wednesda in Lexington For Fart of Whit Burley Crop- LEXINGI0 Ky Oct27lhre- cord price for 1911 tobacco this season WHS paid on the local breaks Wednesday when 20 cents was hid for a part nfthe crop which was raised on the farm of lr II S Hul ley in this county by his tenant a Mr DeBuuler The crop was aut extra fine one mel litIAlalnagedbright leaf the average for the entire crop of more than 5000 pounds being JpiriTi per hundred Several buyers shared the crop The sales for the day were not np lo those of Tuesday in amount as the offerings only approximated 11 000 pounds Several adidtion buy ers were seen on the ihiors however who added new spirit to the bidding The sales Wednesday were held in the same order as on Tuesday except that the first Sale was helelat tin noose which was second on the day before and this plan will be followed hereafter Mv Thomas II Gray of the Cell tral Kentucky Warehouse discussing the sales said We d not think that the sales u date are a rail tot of what the new crop will bring when the tobacco is ii heater condition old the buyers luivt more liberal orders to purchase W expect to see a very much highe range of prices The warehousemen say that mud of the lobricco i1U hall condition Sonic being wet and some not Jnll cured and that the grades in sum cases have clot been well separatee on account of the great hurry of th owners to get their crops tqinarke We do not think that tlres lll8 k early LOUISVILLE PRICES HIGHER LOIISVILLE Ky Ont 27 Sile of the 1905 pool of Burley Tobacc continued on the local auction break Wednesday a total of 12o hogshead being oitered Prices realized on th whole appeared to show improvemen over the sales of Tuesday but the remained far from the liking of tv representatives of the Burley Society The tobacco in pooled crops sol Wednesday game from Scott Frank lie Mercer and Shelby counties am was distributed among n number o warehouses The titer grade i o bright tobacco were lie best seller and these were generally aboutl lent higher thou on Tuesday Com mon and medium red Zeal showed cluing while low gnulcs were in dined to be eusicr Low grade however were commoner than th day before which in a nler sure ac counted for the easier tone of thl market The highest price realized wa 1825 white the average ltIS somewhere between 11 old 12 Re eeipts of the pooled tobacco arc creasing and prospects are fur larger ottering tomorrow New 1010 hurley was in mOll liberal supply 221 hogshcrds being ottered It was very poor in qual ity in fact the poorest offered the breaks sumo the season opened The American Tobacco Company took a good shIre of the old burlej offered and a good percentage of lh Wetter class of new tobacco CINCINNATI PRICES BETTER CINCINNATI O0ct 27 = Tn creased interest m irked the seeom days jMiction sale of the burley to bacco poole din lnOnon the Cin cinnati breaks Wednesday Tin American Tobacco Companys repre sentatives A Spaulding and John Harper were bidders throughout the sales When Spauldinp put in hu first hid a larg echoer went up Fully 300000 pounds of the pooled tobrcco arrived in Cincinnati Wed nesdviv and of this lot 106000 pound oldoil the breaks being divided among three of the tobacco Warehouses The Globe Company held the first sale disposing of 2000 pounds at prices ranging from 7 to cents a pound somewhat higher than those of Tuesday The Partners and Shippers ware house soul 38000 pounds with prices ranging from 7 to 17 cents The Hod mann warehouse sold 16000 pounds the prices here Tcajjhing 1S7j cents a pound i u At A For 01 The Clark Circuit Court room was crowded with a great audience to heuir Senator W 0 Bradley and John W Langley speak in behal fof the election of Langley as nominee from till Tenth District The meeting was called to order by Mr G Garrett who called the meeting order and called to the issues by the enlOIn ts in each district Iare for the former every tinge introduce John W Langley Langley uvs greeted and said in part want to say to yon that from the moment you me as v1 have done ev in my power to stand fog the best interests of this district hallnot in the home of my of Mr Byrd and formed a which hope hs never been broken Mr Byrd has said that Iam not identified with the people of the dis hill and said that declined to be as a citizen of while as a matter of fu t had my census taken at Pikeville I said to lini he should in every At = t ie said had a Husion the soldiers and hen held it in I said then that man who should lo so should be expelled from Con gress Go to and get the eel and if I did that I would with draw front the race hfve always been in labor of Mie income tax and made a speech in ts favor in the House of tives Oil the platter arcs lution was ime in which to file ilnims for lost horses and personal property I called it up in led it wis passed There r nine instances where I el Byrd by record evidence and he las not taken them hack Twice I live gone to his and sled for a division of time and he uis never asked it of me In a it West Liberty Mr Byrd told inblicnns who were for him ind mentioned Mr Hopkins among ithcrs Hopkins is for me and srii o in the presence of Mi Byrd have worked in for as well as have special pension acts fog as well as f could read you from ome of Clarks leading citizens tell ing of what had lone I got tin for the bridge ou there There has bewi iboiii the building here in Fotu years ago took position that thi ection of had not got it hartof the = dons the bill incrers ng the to They made it 70000 lagain intro luced it again in the house Wr ould not get it in the house and See tors Bradley and Payntcr introduc d and got 50000 which f got retained in the bill I do not intend to discuss pros perity of county and reason for it Mr Byrd srys our resources are such that they are bound to be prosper ous But it wa snot 14 years ago because we tried the pol cy Mr Byrd nis Then was no money therefore nothing could be bought in those dnys If there over was a time when the fanner were having the best of it it is in this year IS OFF On recount o fan railway delay Mr William IT will not deliver his 330 oclock this afternoon as The evening will begin atj oclock Mr and Miss arriv ing on an train 1 WEATHER Fair and Friday Much Colder With Frost GRFAT CROWD GATHER TO HEAR BRADLEY AND LANGLEY Standing Premium When Repuplican Orators Plead Election Congressman Congressman Republican Congressional III presented attention Congressional cordially commissioned representative erything opponent tOIhimschoolmate friendship enumerated Pikevillc apologize hdlnlepointsI introduced Confederate smothered committee Washington Representa Confederate introduced extending1 Confederates ongressI appointments speedI working yesterday Washington Republicans Democrats Republicans testimonials appropriation otItencontroversy Winchester Kentucky governmentalappropria introduced appropriation ir100000 additional prosperous advocating 1910- AFTERNOQN LECTURE CALLED unavoidable Sherwood lecturerecital scheduled performance promptly Sherwood Listemann afternoon Generally Tonight Tonight Room Democrats lOR WASHINGTON MILLER DIES OF HEART FAILUR Distinguished Citizen is Stricken in BrownProctoria Hotel and Dies an Hour Later Dr Washington Miller was sud denly stricken with heart trouble in the lobby of the BrownrVoetoria Hole Thursday at about one nclock and died about an hour later Mr Miller was a native of this county ahlone of its most promin cut citizens lie was for years pres ident of the Citiznes National haul He firmcd must of his life and of late years has lived at the Brown Proctoria Ilutel spending his winters in the South D Miller was 71 years of age Dr Miller Ins married twice the first wife was Miss Anderson tie second Miss Lnnpton He is survived by a son and two daughters Mr Maurice Miller and Mrs John Hodg kin and Mrs L Bush FINE OPERA WINCHESTER MixUp in Dotes Gives This City Chance to Hear Good Music Owing to a mixup in dates Win chester will on November 10th luue the opportunity to see one of the greatest gund opera companies tll the road today 4i TIll compan that will show t5 tie Joseph F Sheehon Company and itM Shechan acknowledged the greatest of all English singing tenors will play he leading role The company was hooked to show one week in Louisville hut owing to the fact that another show wiis hoofed in Louisville three of the nights th cculuprhly was compelcd to show three nights ouf in the State rtnd Winchester was one of the towns se lected Spanish Proverb Whoso does not good does evil enoughDEPUT YHART RETURNS Mr George M Hart deputy sher iff returned Wednesday night from Gibson City illwhere he went on business connected with the Sheriff i ofieEXHIBITSFOR CORN SHOW New Entries Are Coming in Since Show Has Been Extended to Sat urday Since it was announced that the corn show conducted by the Commercial Club will be open until Sat imhiy afternoon quite a large ruincher of entries in the contest have come in The specimens are rood mid the farmers should not miss the ouportunity of seeing the exhibition Quite nice lot of poultry has come in during the past few days which will be of interest to the farmeri The display of Mr George D Kars nor will also be left on exhibition nn til the corn sliow closes FOUND A pair of glasses with gold r frames Apply Jo Robbing News oflic 102731 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENTTwo rooms over MeICord Phillips shoe store 102711 WANTED A good sJcsman by the first of November Sixty donut U month mid expenses J B Srroth er 17511Tinu avenue Winchester Ky 102731 WANTED 100 boys to buy either a 3 250 2 hat for 1 onsFri day or Saturday at McQord Phillips 10271i v t Partt Ar THE VINCHESTER NEWS s 4I JWINCHESTfR NEWS t 6 tc Ah Independent Newspaper 7 y Published fay The Winchester News Co t Incorporated k OfficeiMIII South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunday t Entered as secondclass i November 28 1908 at the matterII in Winchester Kentucky Aat of Mirch 3 1879 loth YkonBs t1ciS- UBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one year 300 i Months 150 time Month 25 L Payable in advance THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE j GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1910 THE STATE GRANGE 1 The Kentucky State Grange has ijiade hardly a ripple on social or bus ihess life in Winehcsster A few over k hundred earnest representative Have been in the city the last few lays and have beet attending to tll WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED t biiiies fur which they came and not wasiing time The Grails j iau is best in Kentucky life U is cum posed largely of farmers ironr all sciUons ill the State Tie G rmgeI stands for better schools for the rural tlit1 In many counties they have cominittoes at work ailing the lowil uthoritiis in bettering ti JuolIIt stands for temperance hceausc it believe Iat ligher manhood tad wonui nhoiid ill the SUviu It is tlgaiust the open sirlmm It favors better agiicultural method and isj- emphatically for the buys corn i school at the university laud all atriculttuiul developement It is devoted to the slogan Back to the Rirm and is encouraging sweetness and light among farmers boys and girls Good roads are everything in an- agiicultuial community Whore you 8lvulie FINISH OFF YOUR PlAZA iVith fnr column hH14b1r1 lerS etc They vill snake il more it tractive and more solid as well Come here iii fact for allof the better class ofmill work We always have plenty of ev ery variety on hand and of a qual ity which time only brings out to greater advantage CO es ot belter pike and modern meth netof building A few more public spirited bodies hike the Kentucky State Grange will stmH1tlC11lof HAS PAPER JRMTED IN 1800 C S Miller of DCS Muincs la owns two old newspapers of great historical value One i5 issue ofI 11Ju1l1unyInteresting features are the notice of a negro wench fur sale another of tltdof 180 acres of him lucid by ja perpetual lease of or f2i your aid an advortfcement by a man vhi lungeIlitraded bv his wife nItii heath and funeralof George l Washington who had died hot three weeks before mid of battles then 1iing ought by AnpnleonaIo11qu t with the n lines of the French again tl the allied forces of Europe The litj fie emnevor wrs then at tbe heijrlii of sr Don t Hesitatet Abiout selecting one of our AdlerRocliebter brand fall suits or overcoats 0You will get more value for your money than in any other make you could buy For no tailolnoordinary shop has the facilities or can afford the outlay to give you such value as you getin Adl rRo hester Clothes fot which wjerc sole agents Each piece of fabticis a first selection from the seasons newesb patterns EaclTts given the extremeltest for vear in all weathers for cotton for any f weaknessThen each part of each garment is made by a liignly paid expert after de signs by the tvo foremost designers oi the country You will not get better cuti cloth or workmanship any price and you can get these celebrated suits aiid overcoats for 1800 to 4500 i i a i J H YiL sr WI r vr YOU Canl BUYEvepything from Scrivener Bro heXs CHEAPERKitmuwJieW4na3aaaiamKSFg i ii ISilbDress roods riWasli Goods Outings Flannels Notions Hosier Under wear Comlorts Carpets Mattings Rugs Shoesjand =AMptTOS CTV7 f1Ol f KOC4 lrlsw0 r wq wyi li y S IIFind out every houses price on e very thing you buy Dont let any house p i consider you as sure Make the house you buy from win your trade by Honest Methods and Honest Merchandise Low Prices Demandreason for the low ti 1 prices and then satisfy yourself It is not a ipaiTn Scrivener Bros will gl I buytu yeI ewIelesweIMR4L MYrR r norlnOLIS StocksII 7 raThey pay cash for all merchandise Their motto Quick Sales and Small Prof J fits Put Scrivener Bros to a test Get theiFpricts on any standard brand of of mere alp 1Se1rwA r than the pi ice you paid youll be 1 glad to save the difference next time II == = = K 6 i We Have Heavier Stocks and More Classy Styles Than Ever Before 111 T a stir II SCRIVENEIR BROSQ- H iiLYriIf 1nl rO lLT TS77e t 7T7yS r S rq t 1SS32EC02E3SS232SH3 1I his jyycr Jll stories of Ill but tles were JiTe Vif victories f1Ilie Jroinli MIHS It Wis rinted in an excellent lual 1or pjei and with good role l is ehrr and easily legible to lay thiI Irwa history is especially concern dlhyof the Marslmlltown Union ntlsprinted on October 12 1854 Abra ham Lincoln null Andrew Jackson were candidates then for president and vicepresident This paper was imong the earliest printed in IoM Mr Miller says tiwU he will present it to the Stale historical department S CROPS IIENTUCKY WASHINGTON Ort 237Keu- tuky drops made tile following showing in the rap Reporter for Op taller just ollt OatsYield per sere 35 bushels pClClint ion 42oO000 bushels quality 02 per lnt- BnrIYie1c1 24 bushels to sere production 24000 bushels quality SJ per cent Via toes CVndrtion 08 per cent sweet potatoes condition 7G per cent Tobacco Condition SO per eons when lirvested Condition of pples jo11cr cent uraios 1 pt rcent pears 4f per ceit cowpeas SO per rout sorghum 85 pet cent- Production of nnttaredwith full cjjvs tomatoes 81 per cent cib bigo 80 per cent onions 88 per cent dry be itsSi per cent lima beans 81 per cent broom corn 76 per cent hemp in par rent clover seed Gil per cent millet hay 82 pet cent seed 70 per cent Canadian peas train 89 per cent forage 92 per cent STRIKE IN LISBON LISBON Od 27Fight thousand fiieght rnd oxprSss wagon drivers struck Wednesday Soldiers and lire men are being utilized in the trans potation of necessities of life POSTAL BONDS INEWins has been selected for tn savings bpnds and to be ready for in a short time They Iwill be of three denominations 20 100 aiJ WJ The Lund of tIn sniillest denomination vili bear the likeness of Washingltm lHIwiil hl of yellow hue the fl0 bond will bear the likeness of Lincoln and will be gieen in color while the 100 bond will LkVe the hU lt of CIevciid en g ii vid upon it The color of this Nwillhc blue The blinds will bo 111southersize than otheis used by the design Government and are simple iii TY 0I1ERTYi Hunt cny piii IIctla oust am lot onPejidleton street fiom Leelanci- T iinsh fur ff onmid other con orations icI1 IDIA R1 MHSI 11q fRANKfORT Governor WfilscnandcthersMaoc Addresses to Patriotic Women of Kentucky FRANKFORT Ky Oct 3iThe Fourteenth Kentucky Conference of the Daughters of the American Revo hition met reducchlftc111oon fob u two days session The meetings arc being held in tare pwrlor of the Capitol Hotel which is draped with American Hags Mrs Ben Johnson the State Re gent called the nieeling to order The address of welcome was made by Mrs Sam Shackclford Regent of the Susanna Hart Shelby Chapter The response was lade by Mrs W C Cooper of Coil1 ton Regent of tv Elizabeth Kenton Chptcr Pler sling with the Daughters of tin Revolution to use their influence with their husbands brothers and sons to break ties and throw off the partisan yoke by voting for the lieu men of DnnIthe most striking addresses heard Governor Willson made a shill talk during the afternoon session His subject Will Patriotism and he pleaded With the women to fake an interest in school work throughout the Siate raid fo use their influence to elect the host men and women t preside over school work in thi Sate r G StI G sIIeat aul ffi ofall kind pI ices Gas Ranges of the very best makes r 7 r nt Gas- LightsThe Famous Vclshhac11 Mantel and Globes that will please the most fastidious GRANT Will Ci 30 NORTH MAIN STREET tPL ti ill 1i1 4 CHRYSANVV THEMUMS7 A spray of is a beautif token of sympathyI and respect to a lost friend or relative Phone your order to 396 and we will do the rest Shearers Greenhouse POOLE 6 FUSLLANT SUCCESSORS RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loa- dROYSE 6 BOONS Winchester thPqnei jjjjTjjjj w I Tr WlfuWS T rD UFWS Page Three r SOMETh NGN EW- r i We have just received something new in the way ofrChristmas cards They are the very latest imported ideas itbe seen to be appreciated Order now as they have to be made in England to your fiorderSee the samples in our window C K BQWN JcwolerOptician and 29 5 Main St WINCHESTER KY Jr tPA IiY taw4 SOCIETY yvt KaufmanLisle Miss Myrtis Lisle of Lexington was married Wednesday to Mr Ed ward Kuufniiin The bride ia laughter of Mr J1Phil Lisle of ii county and for merly live icre she has many friends h u tcudr- rthv yiMr iiu Mrs demu1Iping at the Kttd Exchange The F Fs of the Wn liiirton treat Presbyterian church es 111Poynter Improvements j- Mr David W Owen iI ox tensive improvements knee property thrt he11finihtdtsumt h ill the c v dteYGHiamI Tlie n ne of lis Mice Nun nciisy to Mr Willi way iili li1 tllAhll1ttt11ejw home on Hiknuu e J Savage of Co lugs form ly lx Hj 4 tor of the Fi Meuntdijrhureh in this city o fJWllllngIThe wedding was on he inotj t harming lieaujfri y event of the a iil iht honii nili iU nus hall and room pM feetIointed for such ui oc iI borate iit dtttHtI tLLtituroughc use ind preMMitei u mot la we dill scene Pli t rel1loll 11n in niUi Iter iet by M s Ell t uauUflllj- rtib a billt tiiiti tiungs u 4iii Mrs lam X llllnellof U tngtbn ioliuiti who wuwJIut in a nioli gown fir pink satin tree solaB lf iliFerYou tnul With You wtiv xhate irjily rendered by Miss lxuthTuekPi who wore ljoautiiJ gown of suft white mitoriil trinxred in kice- Mis Siiie McDonald aoaounced the ppt 1tr the bridal Twrrty JhiOh ei rest tile strains of Ix hc11 Tins vVtldm ALarek The at ionts Mr Joe NuinieHey iiand Dr crr Brooks came first and stow i1 till great folding doors between lit hall am The t1wlhallHoward liilli a isippi and was met by the bride who came in YIIIkThe bride was chorming in an tlci gaiil gown of white i11htssalmlla with court twin which was beautij fully trimtneil in ueailJ Tier tulip veil vas eau ht with a handsome diamond pin the gift of the groom rial she earned a magnificent bou iiu t of hi idtIlt and lilies of the valley Item only ornament vas an elegant necklace of pearls During the ceremony Pure as Snowwt rendered by Miss Enrp and Mrs Xumielley The ceremony was a beautiful nd CAin one and was followed by Mendelssohns Wedding March which Sounded joyfully Congratulation were then in order and good wishes wareslv tred upon tote popular eoupJe for much joy and hpi lIes Att elegant vcil Hug supper was jpWrie t We liiing room wfl banmngiy decouned in pink In ihiBcnier of tI t We was an im rrerttsa bilct filled with ehry sanilicmniiis tilt cut gia and snivel Idinpleting a beautiful picture The menu consisted of chicken srJnd hea biscuits sandwiches cheese ails mints and punch Dainty afterdinner coffee spoon Ijruriug thilnte of the wedding were resented by the lovely bride to the members of her wedding party In the dining room those who graceful ly insisted in serving were Mrs A f Ell Mrs Walter Strode Mrs Lucien liecksier Masses Mary iliiicher Sallie McDonald Jane Git kil and Nettie Cole The bride chtinged her wedding mown for a handsome traveling suit it champagne cloth wih black ha i and gloves and the happy couple lolt Jnid the joyous good wishes oi heir friends for a motor trip tl Lexington where they stoppedat thi Li ciix HoUl until Thursday inoni Ji fl they leFt for their home in Plluc ahITlf wedding Rifts were of sieci Jtlllty and elegjnce and were very numerous Tin bride i a charming young iily much lovedand admired and ill be much missed in her old home She is a representative of one of Ken tiickyss must prominent old families end IB n favorite with all who know heiJitfK GUliam is a prominent business man of Paducrih He is handsoaoe anti popular with all nhllionIare Mrs Harvey Piarg of London is the guest of Mrs C E Smith 011I Keimont street Mrs Lucien Beckner left Thurs day for l rankfom t to attend the D It Conference and the Grand Chapter of Eastern Star Mrs Jiimes R X eli and sun lames Roberts of Lexington visited Miss Eunice En 11 for the Xunnelly JGilliam wedding Mrs T F Mfiore wentlo Cvnthinnsi lMII 1l = cvL P r fi ClEAr FOOD COUNTER We llave just installed at considerable expense to us cJAars m SANITARY DRIED fRUIT COUNTER Dust Proof and Fly Proofl aIContains 30 separate apartments each with glass display front Come in and see air latest effort to give our customers onlyI Pure and Clean Foods MacNeiU Weathers Both Phones No 40 u i = Z f i IIClifton 13 Ross 6M IS J mF You do not appreciate what we 1have in our- MEADYMADE DEPARTMENT until you have examined our stock 1 Now is the time to get busy before they goods are picked over C03tiUJhS Imported rough clothes in The finest qual welledITailoredSuiis Chiffon breadcloth etc in all the colors brown blue gray and others I raKofr Hose The kind that all dressy women wear Guaranteed for six months We give Sa and H Green Trading Stamps 1lt tliI1 74Iil =Ki II Clifton BRossa Opposite Court House Winchester Ky I eA w w Wednesday afternoon jnd attended Mrs 11 G Walters of Walters the funeral of Miss Annie Gnodinger v111e is visitiig her sister Mrs at Paris Thursday morning lie Sewoll Mrs C R West went to Cynthiann l Mrs Willis BlrlkwlUuull two Wednesday to be present for the fun children of Lexington are visiting eral of Miss Annie Gnadinger litreIIrA Henry Downing and Mrs hobuE tt and dnugh eorge ebbof Lexington spci ter of Stevens Store MO iyisil Thursday 7tltlfrs A T CurersI ing Misses Sewell on AhiUnraa street f P Mrs Juhrf F Dans nod jtlll left Tiiursday fur 8hclbyville to Fire brick eau be fotliulat Royse make their home Booms 10273t dr u t7 1IiiBIIi r TODD BROSa Au old adage says youll never miss the water till the well runs dry We say you will never know the money you have lost until you trade regularly at our BIG DEPARTMENT STORE We are carrying this year an exceptionally large line of SUITS CLOAKS BLANKETS COMFORTS Ve have a nice line of drmsshoods worth fi om 60 cents to 75 cents per yard this week 5dThe cheapest thing we have in stock A BIG LINE OF SNOBS that arc built to wear andare just the thing for Fall and Winter SPECIAL We are going to give you something special We arc selling Keen Cutting Scissors the gj best that can be made that others sell for from isc to 1 per pair this week for 50c Come to us for all your vantaiTODD BROSm 11 South Main St WINCHESTER KY = o = 1iiiIC t jSave TiiTie by Telephoning man feels the necessity of beingin two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IEAST travel all over INCORPORATED the State and other States If you service you should have our manager for full information = s L 1 SUNDAY SCHOne ForlIOct 30 1910 INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Matt xxvi 116 Textiby Rev D M Stearns thisIis recorded by Mark and Luke also The first five verses and the last three are in the regular order of events two days before the Passover and Jesus again announces that lIe is to be cru cified verse 2 The record says that not only had the chief priests scribes and elders determined to kill Him but they were actually consulting as to how they could do it in a quiet man ner without an uproar for they feared the people Then entered Satan into Judas surnamed Iscariot being of the number of the twelve and lie went his way and communed with the chief priests and captains how he might be tray Him unto them and for thirty pieces of silver he agreed to do it In the absence of the multitude verse 15 Luke xxii 3G Luke also tells us that during those last days lie was in the daytime teaching in the temple and at night He went out and abode in the mount that is called the Mount of Olives XX537 After such a record concerning Jim whose witnesses we are and whose steps we are to fol low shall we ever again complain if are hated for Ills sake if one whoIIwe to be our friend joins the enemy against us The anointing by Mary Is recorded by Mark and John also but not by Luke In Luke vii 3G50 there is a record of an anointing which was also in the house of a man called Simon but thai Simon was no friend of Jesus and the woman is unnamed and was confessedly a sinful woman The event of our lesson today was six days before the Passover and it was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper and Martha and Mary and Lazarus were all present They made Him a supper and Martha served and Lazarus was one of them that sat at the table with Him John xii 2 It was on that evening that Mary took the pound of very precious ointment of spikenard and brake the alabaster box and poured it both on His head and on His feet as He sat at meat and the house was filled with the odor of the ointment Compare the three records Mary like the other woman wiped His feet with her hair but the other wiped her own tears with which she had washed His feet while Mary wiped them after she had anointed them with the ointment Luke vii 38 John xii 3 In the one case it was the heartfelt gratitude of a truly penitent sinner while in the other It was the devotion of true worship and an anointing beforehand for His burial for He said so and He knew her heart and her purpose My own conviction is that Mary had received His words concerning His cruel death at the bands of His enemies and knew that it would therefore be impossible for ills friends to show any kindness to ills body then as far as she could see and she had made preparation and had watched for her opportunity which has now come Can any one say that He knowing all things load not arranged this stop at Bethany spe- dally for her sake The other women who like Peter and John and the rest of His disciples had not received His sayings concerning His sufferings andito anoint His body when the Sabbath had passed but they never used them for that purpose so that wasIThose who receive all His words have blessings beyond all others Some has suggested that in the three lone Mary and Lazarus taken to her we have what constitutes a well rounded Christian lifeLazarus the power of a resurrection life be cause that by reason of him many of the Jews wont away and believed on Jesus John xii 11 Martha restful service because that here we do not read of her being cumbered as on a former occasion Mary true devotion and worship for such is always cost ly Duvtd said Neither will I offer burnt ofTorinsrs unto the Lord my Cod of tJuit which doth cost me noth llnz ill SJIM xxiv 21 Let us pou dor ns In His sight the cost of our worship of uid devotion to Him F- InwiI how does it compare with our worship of self and time world If we bisouie devoted to Him as Mary was rot only tall some Judas criti rise us but many professedly devoted ones will mud fault also for while no lone will perhaps condemn our love for self and this present world many decoif only we can have His She bath done what she could She hath wrought a good work on me Mark xiv0 Si If fault finders with devotion to missions could by any means hear HIs voice they would doubtless hear auIet alone Why trouble ye ThinkIa and devotion Is given in all the world wherever the gospel is preached Oh how real devotion to Him is needed in our day when all the world Is open to the gospel and the age of unparalleled opportunity is fast closing and soon He will come again to take His church io Himself May we abide according io I John 23 J t Good New Next to Winn Furniture Co FAMOUS HYPNOTIST Gallano the man of thought pre senting mindreading hypnotism und spiritualism will be a special attrac tion at the opera house for two night beginning November 1 A young mint will be hypnotized at the conclusion of the first nights performance rnd be earned to a store window Io remain 24 hours without food or water He will be awakened on the stage of the second nights performanceA of GoJlanos perform ance here will be the senscitional carriage ride starting at the opera house at i 301 in on November 1 The twice of admission are 15 cents I L You Are Marked as a Man ofG3od Taste When YouI Wear Nettletons Shoes Gravenette Shoes For Ladies Everything Everything Hutsell Smith Patterson and 2 comps 262820 PEOPLE In Jefferson County Including Louis ville According to the Census WASHINGTON Oct 27The population of Jefferson conty Ky containing too city of Louisville ns onumarated in the thirteenth crisus 232119IThere is nothing like getting your building materials from n reliable firm Yon get the best materials at the most roasonable prices end you always know wind you get Royse Boone 102731 vT J r ca Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 00000 Surplus 551 000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give yon courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to 21 business entrusted to us J P Simpson Prc A H Hampton Cashier- T F Phfihis V Prev J W Poynter Asst Cashier wtin 1 s 1PfK wl or lfi ri IrIIJr 1 ArilsWe T urn u II Q going to surprise you a little This Indian Summer weather is bad for our Fall business The ladies are postponing all their winter shopping Look at our first reduction InIWool Goods Wool goods plaid and plain goods were 50c and 60c per yard cut to 35c Blankets We are carrying a nice line of blankets just the kind and quality you want for the winter Curtain Madras There has just arrived from the big Eastern market a large stock of Curtain Madras must be seen to be appreciated Suits 81d Coats Our line of suits and coats for fall and winter wear are complete Artis Turnbull t i w Yt tXrut tfneJ ft yiyM 1rlMwitlr M sM w rrsyaywtp fPFnnr THF WINCHESTER NEWS ClothestM theboastterials and wonderful tailoring of the least spark of pride in your clothes Your thanYoungare set rules that all good makers know nda part of you EderheimerIttowoolensrestheis IS extremes are aVOI e ut every 1 Ine of thBe way v duality no two makers are equal There are 01 smartness mstmntiveness evr msivpnpcc no set rules or laws for making Distinctive These are your kind of clothes made your clothes Few makers know how to give these way different clothes than the ordinary dis qualities expression tinctive clothes v Decide Now on EderheimerSteinYUng Men Clothes See Our New Fall Styles in Smart Young Mens Suits J Here you find the very latest ideas in style from the Young Mans point of view Here are all the newest Fallshades and richest fabrics Makes no difference- if you are partial to browns tans grays or fancy blues we have the patterns to please you Remember these clothes are made altogether for Young Men by makers whose specialty is clothes for Young Men It is the policy of this store to give our customers the best always Vie Bloomfield Co Winchester Ky o o K A THE BEST ourRS fe customers We have been in this business in Winchester k i for many years and have 1ft learned by experience many jVI points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else iiR1 MARTIN COAL SUPPLY 00 BREAKS A COLDI IN Proves Quinine is Never Effective in the Cure of a Severe Cold or thei Grippe Nothing else t Ira tyon eamrtahcwill break your cold or cntl grippe so promptly as1 dose of Papes Cold Compound every hvo hours until three consecutive doses are taken The most miserable neuralgia pains dullness heivd and nose stuff r J edtineezing running of the nose sore throat mucous oalarrhal discharges soreness stiffness rlvenmatisni pains andothcr distress begin to leave after the very first dose Papes Cold Compound is the result of Ihroe years research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars and contains no quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not ef fective in the treatment of colds or grippeTake this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge tluU there is no other medicine matte any where else in the world which will cure your told or end Gripp6 misery Get This Great Football Poster Free at Our Store September 10th to 17th isCPoster Weekat our store an event of great interest to all Young Men terested in the collection of choice art posters By special arrangements with Ederheimer Stein Co we have secured limited number of these posters reproduced in six colors from a painting by thr2 arist McFall They are 18x26 inches Full of life action and interest dCall at our store and get one free as promptly and without any other assistance or bad aftereffects as a 2ocent package of Papes Cold impound which any druggist in the yiirltlPffu supply Nothing Can Replace Love W3C cares for germs that lurk In Usses when the trees cast shadows over benches and the moon sympa thetic creature hides her beams among friendly clouds Plan may Invent a Hying machine which will send the now popular and junk111ca PhyCCcertain diseases and substitute good feelings for the Monday morning grouch Inventors may utilize electricity In such practical fashion that all other motive forces will be dis carded and forgotten Tablets of rich nmtrl1 qualities and rare flavor may eventually solve the servant girl prob lem But what can take the place of lovo real allwoolandayardwide love the sort our grandmothers used to make Net to Be Done by Machine The process of making pottery Is the same followed for ages True many advances vebeen made In details but the hand of man still supreme in the domain of Implements used are of the reigDsI it might almost be saUL of the maichineing with widely varying matedalsj HOW BAD NEWS IS BROKEN Tyrolese Peasants Notion of Announc ing Disaster So as Not to Cause Shock The eminent pot and student of Ty rolese peasant life Peter Rosegger gives an interesting instance of the manner iii which bad news Is broken reIcallswhose page took the news of the war- rIors death to the lady and began by telling her that her little dog had been Injured Aftera recent heavy thunderstorm a Tyrolese peasant came into the vil lags inn and joined a lad of eighteen who had been drinking beer and smok ing a pipe and was just going back ceased to the haying now that the rain had Sit still awhile said the newcom er you can afford It After standing at the table for some minutes he went on Well my dear Mat youve grown a rich man within the last half hour And Mat remembering the fearful agoturnedthen explained that his father two sis ters and a brother who had taken shel ter from the rain under an old fir tree had all been killed by tho lightning striking the tree Shifting Guilt Mamma said clever Jimmy didnt you say you would punish any body that took yourpreserves away Yes I did maid mamma Who has been taking them away NelHfj has declared Jimmy wrathfully Shes been taking em away from me Baltimore Am- erican1jjjjjjj ITHE BARGAIN CHASE American Women and the Shopping Game ManiaIMore money is wasted every year by women buying needless things under the excitement of the bargain hunt gamblinghousessays Mary Ueaton Vorse in Success Magazine When you say that have no statistics to prove this answer that have common sense and have spent much time in city shops know too what am capable of and I am but a half hearted hunter know what my friends do It isnt for nothing that have soon earnest young students of economics succumb to this hunting instinct and fare forth to buy ninetyeight cent undergarments It is not only in the stores frequent ed by poor or uneducated women tha- tII have seen the more brutal instincts the human race tonne to the sur face have seen a charming looking elderly woman in a high class store olleIthese sights was because myself was at the sale looking at garments didnt want and didnt need and buying them The bargain chase the shopping game passion or sport life work or recreation for it may be any one of these according to the temperament of the womanhas American women well in its grip Hardly one of us es capes some one of the psychological deviations from the normal which have mentioned READ HIS FACE The Youthful Amateurs Were Sure He Was a Philanthropist They were youthful enthusiasts in physiognomy On the seat opposite in the train was a man of commanding figure massive brow and serious ex pression Splendid face one of them explained What do you suppose his life work has been A lawyer suggested the other Noo theres too much benevolence in that face for a lawyer Maybe a hanker Oh no A man with an expression like that couldnt have spent his life in merely turning over money He might be an editor An editor Cutting and slashing his enemies at every turn and even his friends occasionally for the sake of a smart paragraph You cant read faces That mans a philanthropist or engaged in some sort of public spirited work Why there isnt a line that doesnt indicate strength of purpose and nobility Look at that curve thereon the left At the nextstation an old country man took his seat beside the man with massive brow and soon entered Into a conversation with him in the course of which he asked the latter what was his line The two opposite held their breath In the intensity of their interest Oh Ive got a little tavern and butcher shop back in the country a bit was the proud reply My wife tends to the meals and 1do my own killing Youths Companion Picturo Forgeries qi There are three or four times as many Corots in existence as the French painter produced in his lifetime He lived to be nearly eighty but at Mont martre his posthumous canvases are still being turned out to meet the de masIence man ufacture of genuine mediaeval metal work and antique carving is a thriving Industry These foreign forgers may be scamps but their tireless energy also testifies to the reverence in which posterity holds the great names of bygone periods If they are not so highly prized what Inducements would there bo for anybody to waste time paint and muscle in creating fraudulent copies and Imitations and passing then on nndor false pretenses Our millionaire collectors are not con stantly exposed to the risk of buying high priced forgeries where the originals have no value Xew York World Mourning In Japan The Japanese code of mourning is very elaborate and complicated As followed bIlie well to do classes it Involves the Bearing of special gar ments and abstinence from animal food At the dcntli of a hu bind or real or adopted parents the custom de mands thirteen mouths of mourning apparel and fifty days abstinence from neat Grandparents are honored by lO days if they are On the paternal side if only common Insignificant maternal grandparents they have to put up with ninety The same rule applies to maternal uncles and aunts it is one way of Introducing the oriental contempt for women Superior Wisdom Why do you consider women supe rior to men iu intelligence A bald headed man buys hair re ctorcr by the quart doesnt he Eryes WlI a woman doesnt waste time on a hair restorer She buys hair Houston Post A Natural Cause Do you tuirieu that most dog stories tire fnhny ones Why not A dog story ought nntu rally to be onu thinir of a waggish taIerNew York Journal 1Vw timings are necessary for the iviinip of his life but it takes an iu tinite number to satisfy the demands jf ullinionI y STOPS FALLBNG HAIRAyers Hair Vigor is composed cf sulphur glycerin quinin sodium chlorid capsi cum sage alcohol water perfume Ask your about this Follow his advice Promptly checks falling hair Completely distress d2rdiuff An elegant dressing Does not CQSOgl tirae lr1 c Arxr CouA ni 1 11 =WANTED PARKS FOR SALE We arc having calls every dry fit farms of all sizes and prices if yin have one you want to sell see or tel ephone us at once Office in McEl downey iJiiildinir both plumes TRACY STOKELY MRS HOUSEWIFE let Mrs Rliliin shcV YCU what can he andIFarrish IO24tf DevilIthe lnnlIownI10U ti Peoples State BankCAPITAL 10000000 Surplus funD 2000000 In our short history of a ftw years we have lilt up a luisi 1 ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to P which it has already attained and the for its future g gro thoVe are gratified because we have established reputa tiou for fa r dt aling n ith our customers and friends And we K are glad that customers are in all parts of the city and county and that we number our customers among the humblest a wellas the rich depositors f- We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our 1P ustomeis and cordially invite you to make us a visit and hives y igateour facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier J Lo BROWN Pres L COCKRELL V Pros h n = FARMS FOR SALE FARM XO L30ncr TV mile Yoni Winchester two story frame Iwclling with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobac outbuilfl1ngS 1ea1Ifour lots allell watered All ill grass except Sor 10 acres Close to good school Price 40000tFARM NO 258 acres 6VL mile from Winchester on good pike Mas a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good com lition Barn hol 14aercs of bacco Ice house chicken houses coal house moat house corn crib hog houses andotiigriut building Divided into 4 tracts each one being well waterc31andevery fence in first class comlitiun Tins hirge young orchard in full bearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter ofa mile from rail road station Will all raise good to laceo A bargain tt 8000 FARM NO 3P0 acres P2 mil es from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn uacre tobacco barn good cellar and all outbuildings all in good condition vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in enl tivation balance in gras Within onehalf mile of good school church store and postoffice and blacksmith shop PiiceG000F- ART NO 4GO acres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 0 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn a1I1 meces sary outbuildings Well wrJercd with pool welland creeks All out side fencing good About 1i aero in cultivation balance in grass Price 0000- FAhM NO 5110 aero 7 milt from Winchester tnt y frame dwelling with 7 rooms 0aorc tobac co hare All necessary out Itemise Small tenrnt house Well fenced and watered Price 75 pet acre FARM NO 610nCIC 5 from Winchester ou good pike Good dwelling of 7 or S rooms All necessary outbuildings 12acre tobacco fruit colcring this week at Sradleys good people spend fighting nil If PAID UP prospects our B mile barn and tenant house Well fenced and watered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FA KM NO 7315arle miles from Winchester leas two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco brrn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in grass Price 50 per acre FARM NO S2G micros oM mils from Winchester on good pike Thus new Groom d veiling burn and ont buildings Trice 3500 FARM NO 0S0 acres 7 milesbfrom Winchester ihas frame dwelling with 0 rooms tobac co barn holding 0 acres all necessary outbuildings rood orchard well wat ered with wells springs anti pools Small tenant Mouse 15 acres in cul tim ton balance in grass price 5 000 FARM NO 10300 tens 12 mil cs from Winchester Its t sn story frame dwelling with 7 romiK ten ant house 8ucre tobacco birn large stock bans and all nocosiiry ont wateredrfarms in the county 75 rcrcs in rcultivation balance in giss price 12000 FARr NO 1l2 acres 71mil r es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbuildings splendid combined stock ami tobacco barn which holds 4 acres of tobacco flll kinds of fruit price 3800 FARM NO 12Jj acres I1 miles from Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 7acre tobacco barn anti tilt outbuildings well watered end fenced Good land Price 20000 PARr NO 1358 acros 7 miles fvom Winchester has five room dwelling flacro tobacco barn and rH necessary outbuildings well watered etc Price 115 per acre FARM NO la02aere 3 mole from Winchester on good pike hni- 4rnom tunnt house new IPuTc tc- bacco barn neverfailing n aler all tobacco land Price 125 pt r tore FARM NO 15112 aere7i mle from Winchester on tnud pile twnstnry frame dwelling with nionii guild cellar und nil ontbuild inus good stock lni 10 uretolv c barn Yell watered tenting gnrliIoe to school and church Irir- 1l1litmcat Tracy Stokely IOffice in McEldowney BldgBoth Phones r T 0 o y w = i THE WINCHESTER NEWSrapeFiveu ofHonesyty Ji Ison very wrapperof Doctor BierceV Golden r MedicfaT DISCQV t 9 r4 cry because a full list of ingredients composing is printedtfiee 5 IIin plain English More than forty years of e has proven 2 its superior worth as a bloodpurifier and invigorating tonic for g M the cure of stomach disorders and all liver upthe rundown system as no other tonic can in whichalcohol m fhe active medicinal principles of native roots such as Golden Seal and Queens root Stone root and Mandrake root Bloodroot and Black Cherrvbarkare extracted and preserved by the use of glvcerincSend N Y for free booklet Tvhich quotes extracts horn wellrecognized dicdf authorities such as Drs Bartholov King Scudder Coe Ellin wood anda r upopfQfiinied indigestion or dyspepsia as well as in all bilious or liver Complaints and in allU wasting diseases where there is loss of fleshand gradual running down of the strength and system The Golden Medical Discovery makes rich pure blood and so invigorates and JPeg motes the stomach liver and bowels Ii and thrGaigh them the hole system Thus al skin affections blotches pimples and eruptions as well as scrofulous swellings tad old Gpen ruuInlfes sores OP ulcers are czsred and healed In treating old sores or ulcers it is well to insure their iH ling to apply to them Dr Pierces AllHealing Salve If your druggist dont happen tb have this Salve in stamps to Dr R V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Sur gicaltand a large box of theU All Healing Salve willreach vou by return post You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic lii medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may thereby Blake a little bigger profit Though he offers the substitute for a less price you cant afford to experiment with your health Go where they give you what you ask for without argument Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach liver and bow Js Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take as candy II Look b s e i The price of a years rub flrifojicnto TheTribune Far ner alonei tatterFarIf this combination uses not aj jcal to you write us your Vapts r THE HO SWEditcrl by LILIAN DYN VOR KTCB formerly EdifOr iif lic Deliifoljlpl as a bviglit cnlerUiiniiig monthly imiijaj zinc contain tig many rood whole some serial nut short storks and i helpful articles tinqucstinned merit prcscntcil in an interestingly inslrue live manner It is the largest and best Magazine fur women puhlishcd at a popular price and has been recog nized as tie foremost Womens Household Magazine by hundreds of thousands of readers throughout the land for the last twentyfour years Weiv Fashions Lessens in Economy Social Circle Editorial Outlook Cooking Class Needlework Household Kelps others Realm Talks on Health PARIS MODES PATTERNS One pattern free with each sub scription Mty be selected from any issue of Paris Modes luring the year WEST and family relatives friends ICiddvillo orJx PRICE TO YOU 100 P1RfR MODES illustrated Alwas ha a bllIIlttUJ v i pf1UdjJs fillet rum CTfusr to eover willitlic latest rats df American and European fashions It is a review of all fash in juvenile ladies misses tIt trimmings and millinery ma terial cutting designing fitting Special department of china oil and water color painting An information bureau for ladies Good stories by celebrated writers anda free pat lorn each year to every subscriber NEWYORK- TRJBUNE FARMER l i readIbYDr C D Smeall the best known vet erinarian in America conducts a de partment especially for subscribers Ilis articles alone are worth the price of combination described in this circular cannot be bet tered Advantage of the offer should be taken at once Address TRIBUNE FARMER 154 Nassau St NEW YORK rFor Sale Privately Grocery and Market A number one stand Will sell on account of other business Ecton BPOS 9 2iim cod 50 N Main St Winchester Ky BEND Mn McirytJacc visited and at HernHifnlly ions and esses and THE subscription The NEWYORK Meat Sunday rnd Monday 1g11aticiniliy Pace one for 27 Marshal Harber uulstlcts11t5s4 Mtlii and hate and Burl Everman iY Carlislf visited their uncle Rich ard Everman tbe past week AIiiEirctis Swope and family from WclI1 noeday to Thursday Misses Loula and Tejia Ogden were the pleasant guests of ilissMattic Hall at Forest Grove Monday bugles Swope made a business trip to Stan ion Prides J W Ogden and snit Albert ofI Winchester visited the formers brother PA1 Ogden Tuosduv mill Wednesday Miss Mbttie Hall visited her sister jl Iampton Jftli lion front Fiidaj un IiI Sunday 1IHolders rsnul Mr Kelly Borders of Iloli Mo ii visitinir his mother Mrs 3Iil1A Borders LittlUjLixxic Everman has returned onc after sneudintr two weeks vjlh cr cousins Ethel avid Esthers utile at Dod e DODGE Mrs A L Mullins riid Mrs TlenrY Dielir were the pleasant guests of Mrs Cora Monroe Monday Miss Mocif and Burl Muslin visit id relatives and friends in Bourbon tounty Saturday and Sunday Miss Lizzie Combs is the guest of tier sister Mrs Bettie Wilts this week rThe your son of Mr and Mrs Dave Sims is ill of tonsilitis Mr Ben Quiscnberry visited rely tires in Madison county Saturday and Sundry CecilIhs re turned front a visit with relatives and friends on lTnr wicks creek Mr and Mrs Conner were tl pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Wit liam Snowden Sunday lPo1frllll1home in Morgrn enmity hfter a fwoj necks visit with her laughter Mrs Dive Sims Mr null Mrs Chas huller visited relatives at Preston There were about SUHclayI and Mrs Joe Jones those from a distance were Mr Mrs Sam Liuville of Cynthiana Mr and Mrs T L Monroe of the Levee Mr and Mrs ItatvoyJones and two ohildren of Kan Ii8 City Mo and Mr Josh Linville of Cynthinna Mrs Emiiin Walker and Mrs J S Mullius of Winchester were the guests of Mrs Sully Miillins recently IPltlE RIDGE Several from here attended court at 1Vineltesterlintttlay3r on milch row- to B C Kimbroll for 535 Mrs J G Johnson spent Sunday with her son Garfield Johnson o f Trapp lrr and Mrs Dock Berrymaiv an pISriutlav G t Ivimbrell i to Mr and Mrs t E Snow lBOIll lUll lust a girlCarrio and to Mr and Mrs M B Parrislv on the 21st is buy Ernest Clay Mr and Mrs Herman Sidwell andi two sons Ray and Ralph of Lexing ton visited relatives here last week Mrs Martha Kvermun of this place Underwent ian operation Sunday which was performed by Dr Clnlki of Winehcster and DivSnowden Hei eye wus taken out and she is getting along as well as could be expected Miss lame Niblick and Isaac of Pilot View spent SatultJIl1 night and Sunday with Miss Lou Nib lid ot this place ALLENSVILLE Several front this place attended coat at WinciieMfir Monday Mrs Ernest Green visitedi1r fiobort Parker this week Mrs Joe Jones of Born on visited Mifc James Martin from Saturday unfjl Monday Misses Nnnnic Martin and Myrtle Ti dd weic the guests of Miss Bessie Martin Saturduy night and Sunday la Harvey JAisle of Elkin spent 11II1IJlstci s aid Mrs Hughes of Lexington Were L tin guests of Mrs James Cruse las Wednesday Mr and Mrs Ilowatd Iier ill vis the litters parents hUUtll Mrv Scott laggard Sundayr W IL Ewing spent Sunday night ilntj Monday with Harvey Lisle Hiss Nrnnie Martin lid as her rulsts Sunday Misses Bessie and liei a Jewellof Hiuft Elsie Jones ot Lexington Messrs Jon Hagland Vojnon Wills Albeit Fox Inlin1e v ejlaud Stanley Bailey Protracted meeting closedat this plricr Sunday with 12 additions and Mrs Tom Waldnn of Red 1fl visited Mr and Mrs Claud Sunday Mr Cit ysun Lanjer vj Ljodl Jirnosi nightBlisses hnv filurned to their lunre at Lcxingion afrer a two weeks visit hexe IJ11IleS Martin bouglit n farm on the Ironworks pike from Mr lluckli Price unknown BLOOM NGD ALE Mrs loc Jones and children arc isiting rclticslwrl Mr Kd Jules nut wife visited Mr W Junes family Sunday and nt tiyided churcli at AllnnSvilie- Mr J TGamboe sold to MT N I5r okshire one weunling calf for 13 IngeraVds place on the Muddy Creek pile e Thursday Mr Arvel Brandenburg cud wife visited Mr Tillman Shearers family Thturday night and Sunday flue protracted meeting closed at this place Sunday wiht 13 additions Mr Howard Picrsull and wife and parcntsrisnil attended church at this place kil1litper acre Several from hero attended court ut Winchester Monday PILOT VIEW Several from this neighborhood at ended court at Winehcsler Monday HQwtrCll11H guests of I In rry Niblaek atul family were jit Pine Ridge Sunday quilttill with typhoid lover is improillgI ONLY 50 CENTS f T ATS ALL IT COSTS TO GET RID OF INDIGESTION A11 sjoinadi tctyivill go nfie minut6s if jon wiU put4bnraith in MIONA stomach tablets which Phillips thinks so well of that Phillips Drug Company guarantees them tx cure any stomach ailment or mon cy back After using MIONA for one short day yon will rejoice and be sincerely thankful that at last you have found a prescription that acts quickly and beneficially on the stomach Just as soon as you start to take MIrONA stomach trWciB fermenta lion of food ntiill be a thing of the past Waterbrash pain in the stom ash belching of gas and heartburn wil disappear sad in a few days danger of dizziness biliousness ner vousness and sick headache will vanish For sera of car sickness vomiting durinir pregnancy W after a night of sociability MIONA is better than the best remedy yoii can find Lath ibox for 50 cents at Phillips anddrjgr gist everywliere t THE AUDITORIUM li3r tel The only continuous Show House n the City One performance night ly at S oclock except Saturday when there are two Shows change Monday Wednesday and Friday Nights Two reels of moving pictures changed every night WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS October 26 and 2- 7WILMAWOOD The Kentucky Girl in Songs and Stori- esVANJflADDOX Refined Novelty Musical Act Matiilee Saturday Afternoon 230- Adiiissina 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seat- sBLGOMHELD RATLIFF PIiOPRIETORSI =1Capital SI 00 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 ITHE Winchester Bank WINCHESTER 0r KY Ii N H WITHERSOONPresident W R SPHAR CashierI l SOLICITS YOURI ACCOUNTSI v lJOINT MEETING r A joint meeting of the Democratic County Committee and the Jemocrat ic County and City Campaign Com mitioe will he held at the grand jury roots at the Courthouse tl1l1atI memIherbe present J M STEVENSON Chairman of County Committee JAS T STOKELY Chairman of Campaign coml Parrish and Bradley vites you to attend the demonstration of Burnetts extracts and fruit coloring all this week Bring your friends IO24tf COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days county courts are held each month in coun ties near Clark county IonIdnyBath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Brealhitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayettc Lexington 2nd Monday Flemingsburg 4th Monday IIFleming Frankfort 1st Monday Lancaster 4th Monday MondayHarrison Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt toiling 3rd Mon day Nicholas Carlisle 2id Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo iday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4tb Monday Mean Trick to Play on Rival A characteristic anecdote Is told of CherubinI the most jealous of the Ir rigable genus of composers He had been prevailed upon to be present at the first representation of the work ot- a confrere and during the first acts which were much applauded by the silenceTheeepecfally maestrotoseen to applaud heartily Do you really like that duo asked one o- fthepl1 should have thought ifyras one of the poorest and coldest in the ereOtheapplaudit i i Classified Advertisements Ic a word for a singh msertici 2c a word for three consecutive 111 scrtions 2c a word for each additional sertionS n word per month Scattered Insertions ic per word per insertionINothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged or hookS for toss than 25 cents r SALEtWe are having calls every day for farms of all sizes and prices if ywii have one you wnsit to sell see or tel ephone us at once Ollice in MoEl downcy Building both phones ENOi For Insurance m Your Tobacco t Office in McEldcwuey Bufllding Home ph one 728 Cast Term 26 TInsure In STROTHERS OLD EUABLEI Fire liisuraiice and and Real Estate Agency t4JIfC lhrtenm UJdt Phone i r lrt11 on day or Sat inday at MrCoid Phillip 1027lt fciwyjyounghunts Puros arc right V T riFOR SALE Six work horses in good condition Apply Winchester Railway Light riul Ice Company ir0rutr Maple und Walnut street 102Uti FOR RENTThree ilowiisUtirl rooms suitahlc fur honsokeppin Api y Mrs Sue Vivian 20 WII BIIIlflwI 1O 1i1 WANTEO A situation a nurse III 1In illlalJlIII to cnie for small as companion or nurse chiI an old lady or an invalid uhoiie 7T2 lO41mo WANTED Position as stenographer Several years experience Apply l r jtohhins News office 10Slmo ran RENT 75 acres mood corn laud now in glover and ready to plow at once For mqijpy rent Or good note Apply to II W Ecjon at Ectons grocertv lO10lt FOR SALE Pure bleat Rhode Is land lied cockerels Call Home phone S13A 100tf WANTED =100 sheep to graze Call on or phone S A Prcwitt phone 8S2R 1010tf WANTED Boarders 235 Jfprlli Main street Gas and bath 1013lfv imiljpIIIehlsrs20th to 2lhof November Can he slaughtered on premises n A Ogclcn 101 7tf STRAYED From the manic occu pied by Allen Osbornc4 Iiuckervillc pike one brown yearling colt Any information as to its whereabouts will be suitably rewarded Win chester Roller Mills 1018lf WANTED Five or six carpenters Apply W P Eckley jIntlWt APIplyWinn avenue 1022fit t THE lNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER e I have secured the agency for Jlny ikclnrabilitpleased to show the latest model to prospective purchasers Will sell either for cash or monthly payments CC ItOBBIXS Sews oflice Bathing In the Antipodes Sea bathing in Australia is the main isbaseballtralia Is turning out not only swimmers but some of the fluesl shaped uneu and womea Ihfr worUlhas ever seen since the Greek ads ruleri Sea bathing Is good anottllyewhblo year round in Austral and Is greedily enjoyed by everylody living in any reaching distance of the sea 1 J DB 1 rroIiieB Caher SDCOFF R Vicepresident Cushier II NattopalBankV Clark County I r htahd i Accounts of Merchants farmers and Traders Solicited erection Made on Points I Crpitiil 35000000 and Surplus 01 i v M Josh 6 Company FIRE ANT TORNADO 12 JNSU RANGE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE McElDOWNEY Phone 145 DONT BUY AaRUNAB OUT Until you have seen the New Model 14 Buickat 60000 Call at the Winchester Garage andget full particulars QUSHLIAttorneys at Ub FU McEldowney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R fiAKPTON Attorrey at Lawtfllce ftth Floor AlcliiQuwney Buiidu Special AttcniiMi to CillaclionS Winchester Ry 1 tit STFVENSOH Attorney at lJf jQ S ISaJn St Winchester Ky MILLSIThe 0111631 dndlcst institution iu RnlletSillsbest made Kerr perfection sail White Pearl flour has no enual NOTICE TO CITY It TAX PAYERS The city taxes hnch en Past due since July Those owing taxes will please call and eftlc at once and avoid the Pc titywhich takes effect November 1 jwjll lie in my oiflue in ihe lurk County National Bank building each eveniijg until Jt m beginniiig October 3910 JAS A MCOURT City Tax Collector fl30tf DRINK Ngmxpla More Than Wet Notice to TaxpayersY- ou have but a few more days be fore tlicpcnalty is added Come ami avoid tile rush Under the present tax law I am compcllcdto collect all of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W Or BROCK Sheriff 1015tt I NEW BAKERY We will start a new bakery at Nj 9 East Broadway and will ftuni h the freshest and best bread cake 3 pills and everything to be found in a firstclass jiakery We Jiayc large experience Will gajarantee patronagetall parts ofthe city on short not ice Doll phones No 342 the E R Bakery Companyl91e8tL 1 s iW Page Six THE WINCHESTER NEWS t l YOUNG MAN Choose Your Own Clothes THERE is no need to stand in a store with other customers and let a salesman look you over and choose clothes for you you stand perhaps one chance T in ten of getting what you real ly ought to have Say you want a suit of iWtT SocietyL Brand ClothesIiil MI = i J ft If JWe areproudto recommend SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES to our friends and patrons They are sold in this city by us exclusively and we know theI styles fabrics and tailQ i f gII Y cannot be duplicated for any where near the prices New A styles and latest shades 15 35l i RUPARDSTEWART co l t r w = y r DRINKS SERVED TO GRANGERS Mr G Lee Wainscott Dispenses Delicious BIthe new flrink bein manufactured by Mr G L Wains JMitl and his famous drink Rovu Kola dellgatlOWState Gronge meeting in this city Mr Wainscott brought his mal foiintrin to the courthouse and a the delegates filed out of the court uuse where their open session war held a glass of each was bander them WITNESSES ARt NOT NEEDED Ed Wells Charged With Counterfeit ing Pleads Guilty and is Sentenced to Penitentiary Chief of Police Woodson McCon returned from Cincinnati Wednesday light Mr McCord left for Cincin a ili Sunday itht number of wit losses to testify against Ed Welb he counterfeiter The witnesses eie not needed however as Well lejdcd guilty to the charge anc vis sentenced to three and a half vears in the Government p niten tiary FUNERAL OF HENRY COOPlR s Held at Ruckerville Church With Impressive Services By Elder M P Lowry The funeral services of Henn Cooper the loy earold son of Mi ml ills Rodney Cooper who die Tuesday night after an illness of tv ihoid fever were held ut the Ruckei ille church Wednesday afternoon onducted by Elder M P Lover The body way buried in the Brocl Hirying ground MR N R RATLIFF RETURNS FROM ILLINOIS Mr X R Hatliff returned Wed lesday night from Mt Vernon III here he hs boon to arrange for tlie- g sale to be conducted by the Blue grass Realty Company in Hint city lext month The sale Mr RntliiT hates promises to he the largest and best ever conducted by this company NEW WHOLESALE GROCERY HERE Organization of 25000 Company is Formed and Articles Arc Filed in Clerks Office Ithe December 1st Winchester will have opened up one of the largest wholesale grocery stores in Central Kentucky and one which will practi cally supply all the grocery store in the mountains erst and southof it The organization of the company has been under way for several months and Thursday morning the articles of incorporation were filed in the County Clerkoffice The company is capitalized at 25000 or 250 shares at 100 each The principal stockholder ere C C Becker of Bryantsville W L Cot ton of Cottonburg S N elchof Irvine and J W Bales Jr of Berea and Mr P Y Diu e of this city Three directors are to be elected by the stockholders and the directors are to select from their number a president vice president secretary and treasurer The highest amount of indebtedness to be incurred is The capital stock will be 115000 later by adding amend the original articles of incorporation It is now the intention of the new corporation to take over if possible the stock of goods now owned by the present Winchester Grocery Com pany owned by Mr C W Showalter L rb S Straight To The Pockett Book is the shot we are making this week Ladies lack Swede 2 Strap Sandals in the latest style like cut worth 300 for 229 The very article of dress you are looking for to set off that party gown r J Read and get wise to the fact that we save you money on all shoe pur chases MASSIE The Shoe Manr MiSS VIRGINIA USTfMANN ti mli iJ1mmJHu II SHERWOODLISTEMAt RECITAL Reserved Seats on sale at Phillips Drug Co General Admission SlOO Students and music pupils 50c if tickets are pur chased in advance r A True Story- A little girl whose mother was In the habit of singing to her when she went to bed was astonished one night to hear her ask her to sing Jesus save the pie for me It was some time before the mother could under stand that It was the hymn Jesus safely pilot me WeddingA ceremony no talk no levity and much crying prevailsAfterbride Is dressed with much care A feast Is spread upon a table to which the blushing bride is led by five her best female friends They are seated at the table but no one eats The utmost silence prevails when finally the mother leads off In a cry echoesinmaids leave the table and the discon solate mother takes a seat beside the sitsThefour of his best men The men pick up the thtone on which the bride sits formInroom or Into an adjoining parlor sig awaytothrow rica at the happy couple Ladies dont fail to attend the demonstratiorT of Burnetts extracts and fruit coloring this week at Par rish and Bradleys IO24tf SHOWS SAGACITY OF SHEEP Ewes Care of Blind Lamb Proof They Are Not Devoid of In telligenceISheep are not usually considered sa gacious but the following incident will show that they are not devoid of in telligence A ewe gave birth to a TheIewe soon was wanting in her offspring and be stowed especial care on it so that it grew up a fine healthy animal One day the farmer was driving the ewesilambs to a field of fresh pasture IOn the way they had to cross a small river by a rude bridge that had no railing or defence of any kind at the side The farmer forgot all about the blind lamb but the mother ewe did not On reaching the bridge she turn ed quickly round and seizing her off spring by the ear walked slowly back ward over the bridge drawing the lamb after her and making a mur muring noise all the while Nor did she quit her hold till safe on tho other side while the farmer looked on in amazement iCoal for the winter is cheaper now than it will be two months later Uovse Boone 1f12T3t Blessing cf Sleep He that sleeps feels not the tooth ache Shakespeare