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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 2t Last Edition TJiE WINCHESTER NEWSVOLUME 5 NO 21 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1910 t CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK BIG DEMOCRATIC LANDSLIDE SWEEPS OVER COUNTRY ftpjey Wins Out in Tenth District as Against Hon A F Byrd t l By a Majority of About 1600 tIkClark county the total vote falls sl l 455 as compared with Thenot Democratic gain in the CouI gressioifal race is 119rhe city oi Winchester made a net Democratic gain of 277Thtt county precinct 0 fell short largely The following is the vote of Clark county by pro cinets Precinct Byrd Lfimrley Fd lnlitG rinuttpiwtt 151 7 JI inno 121 Reniekr lr 116 95 Wades Sphar Mill 81fiO1 Lctoiiy vi 8Gn 116lAGopde 108 100 Ailerisvillc 01 40 Pinqhcm 183 N Winchester llO 139 Court House Il9 151 Winchester 341 Fairfax 177 100 Mt Abbbttr 155 173 4 irTotal i 2327 1587 Majority 740 LANGLEY ELECtED BY 1937 Col R It Winn Republican State Chairman rejijits the Tenth District by majorities as follows 1 Langley BreathittI 259 EsfilivV 339 Le5v 1il rv 339 jphrfeon ri r 12Q4 Ake JV95PMiirtin4 v 736 Masoffin LL 765 Flo d 1 1 301- Total 2Jf AQ12 5 Byrd CL k lion homer Y 30- 8Ph u 31 1foigan y 1 f- ilIi tt 450 k X189nottMenifce 22i Total 2975 The results of the election Tuesday Demtlocratic Iu New York is elected Governor by a majority o over 100000 Harmon in Ohio v elected by a majority of about 40 000 Kearns in Indian wins by gbo4 majority Connecticut Nev Jersey and Illinois were carried by th democrats by a good majority Taylor the Democratic nominee for Governor js defeated in Tennessee by large majority 4 Powers Elected Pmyers is elected in the Elevcntl Kentucky District by a safe majority v Ninth District Democratic V The Ninth District elected Meld DeraocilJt over Bennett present in cnmbent in Congress by cbout 1500 CONGRESS DEMOCRATIC 7The next Congress will be Demo cralic bV a safe majority CONDENSED POLITICAL NEWS Jannet Lloyd chairman of th Democrit National Congressionc Committee issued the following stati ment Present indications are that thf House mbeDemocratic by about 35 majoiitj Thus far the returns indi ate tihrit our preelection esti otwiites were reliable The causes which have led to to da isad serious rebuke to the Republican paiity for its failure to reduce the tariff as the people believed the party had promised Lt- Beim Tennessee the fusion candidate W Hopper is elected by 15000 plurality Democratic Governors have been elected in Alabama and South Carolina In New York State John A pix Democratic candidate for Governor is elected over HenryL Stimson Re pVblicanf by a largo plurality Iii New Jersey oodrow Wilson Democratia candidate for Governor is elected over Vivian M Lewis Re pii blican by about 17000- Jn Jtassachusetts Eugene N Foss Democratic candidate has defeated Governor Eben S Draper RepubH can for reelection by about 30000 plurality In Connecticut Judge Simeon N fisiI lOl Goodwin Republican by 4000 plural ityoBth parties claim the Legislature in Indiana The Democrats gain one Congressman in Kentucky In Lexington the Fusion ticket was elected and tic proposed Commission Form of Government defeated This election takes the Board of Education out of politics Vote of Clark countyMn 1908 tr i n r 1651lIdRcnick 103 113 103 112 Sphar 51 lOG 51 102 Wades Mill 63 122 63 322 Ecton 28 101 28 101 Kiddville 130 139 130 131 Stoner 90 148 0 150 Goodes 113 120 118 115 Allensyille 38 121 38 118 Pinchem 56 223 61 217 Fort 154 11 151 169 City precincts 831 847 835 837 1858 2521 1865 2485 Majorities 663 621 ThbLttnglcyDayisvote in the city precincts was as follows Davis Langley Winchester f 341 96 Pairfajrt A 173 131 tf Wlndiestcr 88 182 CHpuise Iii 192 Ih Vbb6Tt 120 234 Total 837 833 Langley carried the Tenth District in 19013 by a majority of 2871 We herewith give tine LangleyDavis vofeinthat race in all of the counties xeept Elliott Powell and Wolfe Theo as given in those three counties is the vote received by Taft and Bry its lL the same election of 1908 Davis LangleA- Brcathitt 1420 1600 Clark 2486 1865 Elliott 1159 618 Eslill 987 1506I Moyd I486 1668IJohnson 1016 Lee 650 1046 Knott 1072 592 Magbflm 932 1717 Martin 211 1065 Mcncf ce 814 465 Montgomery 3504 1338 Morgan 2009 J369 ike 1952 3338 j Powell 739 699 Wolfe 1101 818 Total 19537 22050 The total votfe cast for Davits ii the 1908 race was 19567 and fo Lnngley 22438 It will thus be seer That Davis received in the counties Elliott Powelland Wolfe a toldo 26 votes more than Bryan and this Langley in the same counties receiver a totalof 388 votes more than Taft CHARLES RBSTEIN INDICTED AGAIN New Scandals Are Developed in thr Lorimer Case Charged With Cor rupting Juror- CHICAGO Nov OClmrles E Erbstein one of the attorneys for Lee ONeil Browne wiho was recently acquitted of a ohasge of bribing Stat Representative Charles A White t vote for William Lorimer for United States Senator bas been indicted charged with corrupting a member of the jury which cleared Browne The juror in question Grant McCutcheon and Henry T Stacy alleged gobe toMIMcCutcheons vote on the verdict The first trial of Browne resulted in a disagreement the second in which the bribing of the juror is alleged to have figured in a verdict of not guilty Among th ewitnesscs for the State were three State representatives who assertdd nii the stand that they liad received 1 006 each for their votes for Lorimer HON JOHN W LANGLEY REELECTED TO CONGRESS FROM TENTH DISTRICT FATALLY MOT AS- REiULf OF JOKE Young Boy Wanted to Scare Hunters and is Shot to Death by His Friend PADUCAH KY Nov DAs the result of his attempt to frighten a jCudulphIray lU18 1ot Carl Dowdy mllla boy named Waters went to tlie farm of Joan Smitli three miles south of Murray Saturday evening about 7 oclock tc hunt possums They wjnUd Ru dolph Smith to accompaoy them and Rudolph determined to give them scare He went into a briar pItch odor 100 yards from the hpuse after ending word to the b jB Umt he would join them near there and when they approached he made sounds like the scream ofa wild eat The Waters boy ran but Dowdy who is a doad shot stood his ground and sent the dogs into the thicket They fame out with their lair brie thing and Dowdy hold up obis Jrnlcrn by the gleam of nlich he said after FOR What Mr Byrd Says In speaking of the election Wednesday morning Mr Byrd stated toa reporter that he feels that his friends did all they could to elect him and that a good fight has been made He was very much disappointed with the result in Brcathitt Floyd and Ma goffin counties but the ofeher counties he said did about as he had expect ed In these counties he says lie be lieves the sentiment of the people were for Mm but a lot of money must have been used against him ward he caught the glint of Smiths eyes He let go with both barrels and Smiths screams of agony indicated that his aim was deadly Dowdy recognized5 the human voice and rUn to Smiths aid Smith hsul been in a crouchingposition and the perforInedYet he was able to walk home with the assistance of Doi dyHe wa hurried to Murray aiul ppjced iii the hospital where he wets operated on He never rallied however MOTHER MAY RECOVER BUT BABY SUCCUMBS ST LOUIS Nov 9 Strngglinfj for her life iua hospital Mrs Kate SclivTndt who gve ciyilie acid to her 5weeksold baby before steal lowing the poison herself staid Tues day she hind not realized what she Was doing I qurrrolcd with my husband she snitanel I was rat inyself If the dies I dont want to live TheilOspital physicians have not ventured to tell her the baby died a few hours after swallowing the acid The woman is a prisoner and if she recovers the authorities will consider lies case 4l i HON A FLOYD BYRD DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE CONGRESS FOR TENTH DISTRICT While he was disappointed in not ofIjority figures on the returns of the 1The in the Tenth District which came to Mr Byrd Wednesday morn jug show that in sO111e1pti t4tecounties changes htfve been made by the official count In some ojEphe counties Byrcls majorities rwqrc increased some while in others he lost and Lal1 increasedh BUCK FROM TRIP AROUND WORLD Secretary of War Jacob M Dickin son Gives Outline o fJourney to In spect Philippine Army NEW YORK Nov 9The around thewoild tour of Secretary of War Jacob M Dickinson came to an end Monday with the arrival here of the Secretary and his party from Europe Secretary Dickinson with Geu Clar ence R Edwards Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs Capt Henry notes the Secretarys aide Mrs Jacob M Dickinson Mrs Cootes and children were arrivals on the steam ship Prinz Freidrich Wilhelm The steamer Gen Jacob E Johnston was sent by Gen Grant to take the party off aft quarantine Secretary Dickinson said We left this country on July 28 and went to the Philippines where five weeks were passed in examining the administration of army affrars and various matters pertaining to the service On the way there we pass ed through Tokio After leaving the Philippines we went to China pad at Pekin J presented letter from Pres ident Taft to the Prince Regent Thence by way of Siberia we went to St Petersburg and to Berlin The object of our trip wctt to inspect and consider army affairs in the Philip pinesSecretary Dickinson was anxious to get news of the progress of the campaign and wanted to learn the forecast for Tuesdays election but would express no opinion in the mat ter Senator A 0 Bacon of Florida was a fellowpassenger from EuropeIn Secretary Dickinson np oarently had the sensation iof hisj trip At Chalons I made three flight n aeroplanes he said In rue nade in qn Ant nCoUe I was upfot upward of hViliTrVi hour and the pHo Irove his machine oat nearly a mileij minute The sensation was su perb Two other short flights were made in military aeroplanes and I was particularly struck by the command the pilots grid over their machines even when carrying a passenger TWO THOUSAND IA1CAB DRIVERS Go on Strike in Sympathy with Strike of Helpers of the Express Com pany NEW YORK Nov 9Two thous and taxicab drivers struck Monday n sympathy with the strike of driv ire and helpers of the express corn janics A further spread of the strike to drivers of nIl the city except hose on food supply wagons seemed mminent It is announced that n neeting of the labor interests will be Cl1errillhikeeverything on wheels will be lecidId Gompers president of the Vmerican Federation of Labor is in he city and participating in the con ference of labor leaders find it Was leclared support of the Federation world be given the strikers CANDIDATES FAVOR W MAN SUFFRAGE More Than 20 Per Cent of the Men Nominated Are in Favor of Allow ing Women to Vote- WASHINGTON Nov 9Jforc than 20 per cent of the men nomina ted by the Democratic and Republi can parties as candidates for Con gress iat the past election are in favor of suffrage for women either in full or partially according to the Congressional Committc of the Na tional Women Suffrage Association The request for an expresion on the enfranchisement of American women was responded to by 180 of the 972 nominee addressed In the replies received 107 favored full suffrage for women 64 of whom were Democrats tend 43 Republicans There were 36 who favored partial suffrage 21 being Democrats and 15 Republicans Only nine nominees declared themselves as opposed to- womenany kind of sutrrac f9r THese were Democrats Noncom mittal replies came from 17 Demo crats and 11 Republicans adirorIIioma Wyoming and Utah answered in favor of full suffrage for women KORAN WINS GRAND PRIZE Travels Steadily at Pace of Seventy Two Miles an Hour and Sets New Distance Record ATLANTA Ga Nov JTlavcling steadily rot a pace of 72 miles an hour Joe Horan driving a Lozier speedwayGrandnew American record for the distance His time of 3 hours 26 minutes and 1510 seconds beats the previous rec ord of 4 hours 38 minutes and 57 45 seconds made by Bnmam in a Biiick at thp Indianapolis speedway August 19 1909 and comes within four minutes of equalling the worlds record for 300 miles made at Brook lands England Horan took down 3000 of the 5000 prize offered fort the race ma MEN ARE ENIOIED Explosion Did Not Extend Far Into Mine and it is Hoped the Miners Are Safe- TRINIDAD Col Nov pBetweetl 30 and 70 men rre believed to be CIH tombed in mine No 3of the Victoi American Fuel Company at Lagua 22 mules northwest of here as the result of an explosion Tuesday aft ternobn Fifity men came out alive find unharmed through mine No 2 which is connected with the mine and according to reports they did not even know there had been an explo siou in mine No 3 If this report is rue the explosion did not extend fan into the mine raid it is ioped therefore that the men far within the workings are unharmed MASS MEETING OE STUDENTS Celebrate Football Victory at College Chapel and Build Great Bon Fin on Campus A mass meeting of the student of Kentucky Wesleyan College way held in the chapel Tuesday night All the students and professors were present but owing to the fact that errs the night after the eloctioi few of the citizens were present The meeting was opened by song after which a number of speechc were made It was the purpose ot the meeting to arouse more enthusiasm in the college and also to cele brate the victories of the footbal team which is hawing a great deal U do with the upbuildino of thhe school The meeting in the college was fol towed by a bon fire on tae campnsI BOTTLE WASHER ISINSTALLED Machine is Great LaborSaving De vice and Is Modern and Complete in Every Particular- A new and modern bottle wcsher is being installed by Mr G L Wains cott in his Roxa Kola factory in this city The machine is complete in ev cry particular and much time and labor can be saved in washing the large number of bottles used in the factory each day The machine is so large that it will be necessaryto tear down a por tion of the front of the building fo get it in The machine will be installed and ready for operation by the first of next week MEATHER Rain Tonight or Thursday CJder Thursday and in West and Central Portions Tonight KILLS JAILER orBftATR1iTT Jake Noble Who Was Fined Here Recently For Drunkenness Com mits Grave Crime Jake Noble shot und killed Wes Turner jailer of Breathitt county Tuesday night The emns of the tilling has not yet been learned Im mediately after the killing Noble fled and his whereabouts have not been learned Noble is another 1 Breathitts terrors and has kilt t a number of men though yet very Toung Ire Wiitf here several weeks aj and was UJ rested by officer Boo e for being drunk He was assessed a fine of 660 by Judge Pendleton but this was suspended on his promise to leave the city immediately COOK FURTHER DISCREDITED Story Contains What Purports to Be Statement of Two Eskimo Compan ions in Polar Quest CHIACGO Nov 9DrFredcrick A Cook was furtliere discredited special cable dispatch received here Tuesday from Copenhagen Denmark The story was the first publication of the report of Knud Rassmussen the Danish explorer as sent by him to Ws wife in Copenhagen andnow given out by her purportstwo Eskimo companions in thinpolar- quest Itukusuk and Apihkt in which they affirm Commander nQberV 6 Pearys charge that Cook traveled jn the Artcitc Circle and never even rp proadied the pole Rasmussen in the story is quoted assaying he himself did not interview the men but that their statements were taken by Rev Gustav Olsen nand Kateket Sechmann Rosebach missionaries born in Greenland and at the time of securing time statements working in the country from winch Cook chimed to have started for the poleRABBIT HUNT IN i PREWITlS WOODS Young People Chaperoned By Mrs Aliie M Jones Enjoy Pleasant Outing Wednesday A lance crowd of voting people ihaperoned by Mrs AllieiL Jones en toyed a rabbit hunt at Ar Stanley momIThey left early in the day taking Icgnt lunchns which were to be par aken of in oldfashioned picnic style In the party were Mr and Mrs 3eorge 0 Tebbs Mrt Stanley Nelson Miss Katherine Nelson Miss Clay 2roxtoii Mr Wnller Squires Miss Callawi3 Squires Mrs Andrew Ilahip on Mr Lewis Hampton Mr Gay Prewitt and a number of others MUCH IMPROVED Mr II A Rodgers whip has been seriously ill at his home near Wades Mill for several days was reported to be much improved Wednesday morning TOO LATE TO CAFyT BERKSHIRE BOARS FOR SALE iFour fancy bred young Eilglioh Berkshire boars for sale at farntew prices W T Ogden Home phone 102 ll93t FOR RENT Rooms on Winn avenuo with gas and stable Apply Mrs Emerson il9iwk LOST A ladys pocketbook con taming two 1 bills and small change between Piersalls store and Thatchers Mill Mrs toO Florence J193V WANTED Fodder and feed tfor yearling cattle See jt noi SD Goff li95t 4 8 Pane Two THE WINCHESTER NEWS J 41U lSIER r NEWSy ifFt rtiii in t ttricu 11 t1n r rrr yluGoy r hegiporated nee e08I11 South Main Street WlMtftittr Kentucky dill DailyEzceptbn Syria oEntered I as secondclhsiimutter Koycmber 2S 1908 at the postoffice lii Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 stpiNpi- 1109 SUBSCRIPTION RATE- ta a Dy MaIitn Daily one ear 300 SiX MtfutHs i 150 I 0 ttfonbTi 25ca hyable in advance 1 ADVERTISING BATE- StiispsyPef Inch 25 list t4 50111One t Four weeks three tune sa week 180 lFur weeks two times a week l2ft r Four weekslone time a week 75 1uRe dino tfottcef Per Line 1sincsnoUcesbody type 71j c 11aSRi I Classified Per Word One infeferfiotiV tiDY edition lo wThree insertions jontiuuonsly 2e 9cTaeh ihrieevaflflifional iimertions1se rBozi calendar mo continuously lOc Nothing counted less ban 10 words No item charged on books for less than 25cents IIJi pRtNiS p PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORElGH ADVERHSING BY THE lhi a J GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES L WEDNESDAY 9 1910 TlONINEEDED LEGISI The Legislature Kentucky meets every two rears the a1rjf a ineihbbris 5 per dar for days iu g300 ThesaKtiy is not sufiicieutto bring Ili oj pJIW1ipit represent llg theslieeial t 1est twtiMKentucky Legislatures Wo have had many riiii RepTesentativos es that wanted to legislate in the inletestsu1 tlirj people hat they naive been out AATttl by the politicians that have SoltV themselves to the interests Needed legislation has been ne glecIcd A next Legislature gill be elected nest yr It is not too early for the people to begin to consider whom they will make their lawmak ers Already there is a considerable sent derived from mitomobile license improveninelnfslbutrtliore is no provision un der the law for spending it A gcn diai ioaS law is a necessity Out a ttH eittto InAvg riro iniquitous They dijivy cupital from tfra State TIc for our taxing system is greater 11i that of nhy State in the Union and AvVget podrer results We ire mail to note that there is more interest being manifested t1i ever before The CourierJournal in tireccnttteltad ah editorial bear ing on the subject as follows i N6iefrbfr of greater importance flint the related questions cSt taxsys tejfoimpVbvement and road improve s ment wall Xine before the next Legis lature It lugs been pretty well gem 0ut 1ntoad law i tire not effective producers of high wttys that host SCITO the indiyidnol roil the ends of Neighborhoodcoun ty niid State economy It is indis pit able that the existing tax laws arc itftpso drafted as tohbldont the greatest inducements to the rnvVst meinof foreign capital or to dis tribiitc equally the Sburdens of tat r tidn among prbpertj owners al read in the State Ket veeii now and the the next Legislature a meetiIiKofI pubHeit Tii the interest ti ti of the load iinptoveracn pvbb 1cm s suffered at the last Wl1 Ttii BR MANUFACTURING CO lrt LcgDlltnre from illfounded fhispi etch lull prejudice The roads bills were held 1 ho rri7 tr bucfit flic pauper counties at the ex pence of the richer counties and the tax hills were denounced as having been hewn by urich IIKUVS lo JJNobody contended flint eithertllc conditions of the roads or the eel levee of the tux laws constituted a Hufllcient excuse for pursuing the sometimes defensible policy of letting ti ell enough alone Objection to oiYercd teas upon olher ground A5u1Ieient length of tithe intervenes thclinextLeithe roads and tavx questions to be1 shouldauAnd doublings hill be the result of thoughtful investigation nut unselfish n 5 It WiIllbehoove the members of the next Legislatuic to give more sinimis attention to them titan was accorded last time The mnterial iii tlhcenIg rl at tune to consider the census figures seriously tmid set about inducing n growth in population by modernizing the public roads and the taxes so that neither will stand riRl bar to the stranger who Would come iihii the gate or a sahuce of diseouragemeut to home capital A BIT PERSONAL criticism ofiii ttetthat apJ I80me in this paper on londay his eeu I desire to state that all politieal stall tiat Appeared in The News for the past few weeks Bras tiriinged by Mr BeaVty tire Editor ixnd business manager J knesVnoth tits bout the arrangements or ttihn Was to aipcaV The editorial iii hymerJlresult would be Tifesday It was sc nearly correct that there is no need of comment It R PERRY OLD TIME ELECTIONS In yo olden tune qlqctiona Taste fol tln ee daysIhue ttiis no tax license on whisky and it was not un iiSual to knock flic head oft f ofibarrel and allow the people to thoiiiMlves drinking from gourd Dater came the one day August else lion All ages attended It was t great day for spot Loiter came thf NFovombcr election and the old cry voce system was abolished and lot of red tape was inaugurated in eluding in the cities registration that requires a pays before jucnrl vote A feature of the old tithe elections was the slaves that sold iiomemade ginger cakes and cider made fro m real apples 11Ont System has changed but vvliether for betfcror worse is ques tioiiablc It ir suiprising the number of those4lvatknew advance jut how the clectionwas going after it is over Hog and hominy was an o time Avajrof describing poor living 5Totso now A inan il1llMhac a r ood income to eat hg tad hominy It is just fifty ycays since Abraham Lincoln wiis elected President Even raWils haagotill Tried to buy one from jt uieglo boy and Hot a coat less tlianhceuty cents would hetal yoyn go 0 riot 1J needed again fol a year The man wJibrifiade the sayiug Starting on the sea of malTimoify iiadinore than likely bejn TOaship trretik J I Now that the cojipeip lalu phrases prepared somedhei fot the soof M1 nitM itl t JLai lt CERTAINLY IS PLEASANT fo note the hand om veffeet our grill i work produces It gives a tore tu room or hall that is hot hrich and artistic Come and see what a htitfe of designs and finishes you can choose from While here t ken okI at some ofour other mill tI utiIfyCHE r INCORPORATED 1 certain political exchanges arc no longer applicable nay tool for scriething oiiginal A woman iUJ case of ealergoitcy tlQItltituNow that campaign liar is out ofa job ho can timi lids attention to something else The trouble about Congressmen fa voring suffrage for women is that Congress docJmM regulate these mat ters that hunk left to the States What the dear suftragettes noted to is to line up Slate Legislatures foI their cause Kentucky State Jour lodCILiliremeures and ir 1oesnotw nt the women to vote The lirsL Socialist to be elected tI Cohgicss is Victor L Bergcr of Wis consin He defeated a Domocrat INoo that the Dcmocinis have a majority in the next Congrcss the question is raised about what they ire going to do with it Winchester Opera HaUSEThusday The event of the season SHEEHAN Grand Opera Company VERDISt Beautiful Oper- aLTRQVATORE t f The finest and most ex pensive Company before the American Public Prices lower floor 1SI50 Balcony 50c Seats on sale Mon Nov 7 Seats now on sale at Strode s Drugstore Naignorance of the Hair Causes Much Baldness Among Men lBarly piety doasift cause baldness neither does any kind of vietoSUl1p baldheiided titer console themselvet with the idea that halduessis caused bj a superabundance of gray brain mutter and would have Iho world believe that a bSldbeall ha sin of great intellect Such however not the cafe iticay nine tiincs in one hundred baldness is OTfttSed liVdandniff germ vhifeh dig dbwn deep iritb the roots rlof the hair destroy its vitality and ciiiise it to fall out All tins may conic gradually and take time butasan uptodale hum wrist would syr whats ilmeto a dandruff germ If you have dandnift the little in visible persistent devils called dand ruff gcfms rre tl t work Destroy them at once or sooner or later they will cause your hair to fail out and ourjlalaeoIn France haldiietfd arc few be7 cause men uitderstoiuX how to care fol the hair Parisinn Sngc is a hair rot4crulydinvigorator that is nntj aiilfltift by Plullifigto gioir hair ctI hni1 root is not already destroyed tj ertilieatc ilan hdT top iffhitlsebl- amt falling Mir or itioheybaok J 450 cenfsvfor a large bottle nt JhilJ lipsand druggists cverywjlcre till ruoueybtaek plan j COUNTY COURT DAYS j Bcl6w is n list of tlicaays county courts arc held each month in coun tiesnear Clark coiufly Anderson Laxvrenccburg 3rd Mon clay Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle I1 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson Jth Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine vird ilonday Paging Lexington grid Monday Flwaiug Flemingsburg ith Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant YilHamstovn 2nd Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Monj day LeI BeaJlyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Hichmond 1st Monday Mason Maysvillc 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Stetting 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2sd roJjc1ftYII Owen 0venton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Mo tday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Browu Proetoria Hotel French Dry Clean pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone 2S Wiiehcsi ler Ky11S = wks Edible Seat reed u Many kinds of seaweeds have long been eatenDnlse and tan le trim once a common cry in the streets of Edinburgh both being seaweed nndI In Chili yet a third variety is toed asifood In the Swan river sttMftnicnt Australia and other places siawoetl orItareBLOOM HIGDALE Nancy Moohu Aisited in our rich ity Saturday nigit ant HumlnyIMiss Beatrice Oiaudma SheJircr laU very ill lint is better now HSI The turkey buyers are round this week They ire offering K5 cents Jom Iaiucy bought of AViodou 11 Haggard otc sowand seven pigs for l sat r James loner fioughfof V5Hiari 0bonie one so r weigh 125 pounds for 12- bernant Adjans wiis the pleasant il1ostof his siter Mrs if E Gan1 hoc SundityV 4 Albert Gamboe visited his parents at this plftw tlrom Ffiflfv until Sun Hay littleIh a small tiffbt tit land with improve inputs for i32nO Its SeOt Haggard is ill at this i writing 5Crs HoAVJwds Pidrsall Jtnd Mrs John Epptfrsou re visiting their par emits at this writing Miss AlKt liiron is visiting in ladt iron this weekoMi s Sailie bums is o non iv tended Anit to her sister 1rpJ ni Neff of Louisnlle Mrs William Adorns AVIS ia Wii Chester shopping last week Mr James M stin and family vtj visitors at lfr lames Hflggaul Sunday TO PRESENT PLANSi ifQR AERlAlSQUADRON FGjiProviding Funds Up to onJre Heavier Machines Are Needed ASHIXltXOY Plausj for an aerial sruuulron will be Iwnted to Congress the number of air machines to be provided being left tla It liar Department to the law makers This Avns announced by Mai Gen Leonard Wool thief of slaff of time TTmy 1iig Gcsnl Jatncs Allun chief of the iyual corp in Wis repnrt 1o Gen Wood already has Yecginmended that lAvent machines lie nnrcliased at once for the army r Pho ncecsrsity Tor more heavier than air machines is held by nuuiy au tfimities to he imperative if trc L tnt Slates is to keep abicaM of other Iccl ls in the science of militn The army now owns only one machine time niHl tel of providing funds for an acrid fleet will be put squarely rmmr r Pm JSON COl LUMBER i Rough and Dressedt SASH DOORS AND BLINDS SHINGLES CAREY ROOFING the best that can be bought l RUBBER ROOFINGjq as gOOdas any Home Phone 47 East Tenn Phone 147 tS fa JJJ o VJ ONLY 4C IN STAMPSm for a ample bottle of the FINEST FRENCH PERFUME I IWriup to Congress it is saidand tae ne c sslly fdi such Jin addition to the army will he emphasized tisthl hope of the signal Corp that a efficient umber of machines will he finthonxcd so tSiat every army post in the country will be provided with nile or inoro full thai IM military may bo trained in the use of the air craft SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFE very grave seemed to yawn lie ITIH Robert ICa rte of Wrest Bur 1 = == =Ihigion Town when after SCTM weeks in the jiospital four of time best physicians gave him up Tlwl- 1wJsohnt1l the marvelous curative r ower of Electric nit tot For af ter eight months of frightful nlTer ing from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five buttles this matchless mediejuc complct cured him Its positively glum rsintceml for Stomach Liver or Kidney troubles and never disappoints Only jc at thf Wincbesfcr ding store aJirr no YOU REALIZE HOW MANY WIlt nRfSStOMN nn you meet every day are dressed in SteinBlnch Smart Clothes I either suits or overcoats The best dressed business man in this town wears a STEiN BLOCH business sacsuit that he tried on and purchased in this store Yoti are not wise if you do not look in 4 to tHis Money will be saved you and the fit and style of your clothes willsatisfy you Fall andwinter styles in proper weights fresh patterns and the best fashion of the day are ready for you to try on Think this matter over from all points of view Stetson Hats for the Head3r WalkOver Shoes that Fit the Feet c ALLAN MURPHYh 4 v4 r t faR p Hr 7F PrTCrt VVVVVVVVV J fr J THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Three GilletteSafety Razor Youll appreciate the wonderful sim plicity of the Gillette Blade and Guard clamped surely to the handle by a simple screw goodbsee Gillette New Pocket Edition And the Gillette Shaving Brush and Gillette Shaving Sticknew revelations in r shaving luxury SOCIETY To Meet With Mrs Crafton The F Fs of tho Washington street Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs C E Grafton on Friday t vening to rake aprons to be sold or charitable purposes Acting as Substitute t Miss Willie Mae Nelson is carrying themail on rural route No4 for hoj father YoH Nelson who is taking his vacation Miss Nelson is now substitute for three routes i Partyh Elkin of a number of their friends in a most pleasing and injdulgedh l were rhose present were Misses Virginia Goltand Inez Elkin Messrs WilHsm ant 7 Edgar Thomas Johnnie Wilcox Wa- l4sterWinbnrn and Ben Eubank a yA delightful evening was enjoyed Dr George F Ctark performed an operation on Vio Del Quisenberry Monday for adnoids t Mrs Ellis Barer is nuite ill at thi home of Mr Robert Pace on Georgia street Afr Frank Gordon cnnie from the country to cast his vote Mr sand Mrs A K Sphar have moved to the residence of Mrs Ktrtr Bush on Main street Mr and Mrs iAu tiniReeesittyo ljakeii rooms with them 1 t Mr land Mrs V YoBush have moved to their new fnmgalow nfMaple street 4YDIr Walter Botldn writes from Los Angeles Cal that be is greatly pleas Ted with his new poition and loea tion Mrs Botlcin will leave soon to join him v Mrs E S Jouett returned Ttics day from Paris where she hnd hl-enton account of the illness of her daughter Mrs Withers Davis mill itr little grand child Annie Jouett U ris Both arc greatly improved rjiss Ida Dainuby was called to 111hlMr Tom Ganett of Indian Fie a i etui ned homo after ldoII iftveial days with hirf sister Johnnie Lawrence on Lexington uv inite Miss Willie Mae Nelson his return ed from a pleasant visit to her unit Mrs James Nelson at Flanagan Mrs Johnnie Lawrence of Lexington avcnno has gone to Indian Fields to spend a week with her parents 41r and Mrs Linn Garrett who tare cir feeble Misses Elma and Elizabeth Fox lattie and Eliza both Nelson and Mi Fannie Belle Nelson sport Mon daf with Miss1 Jennie Hill Fox at her lenitiful country home Mr John WswfinihY has returned from a busirrus trip to Montgomery ro119ty VvsafpE RIDGE Mis Sarah Snowdfii is on the sick listJ S Ob ttffiwas in Bourbon eou ily on business Friday Born on Oct 27 to Mr and Mrs Garfield Johnson a girl Thelnm FrancesMrs Polly Osborne bought several barrels of corn from Ben Stone Price iifflffldWK Messes Hilcy and Willie Raney of Hedges spent Sunday with relatives here Clay the little son of Mr and Mrs George Crnyciuft is improving rfter a severe illness Miss Ntiney Kimbroll spent a fcv days the past week with relatives at Indian Fields Missos Junie and Ida Williams spent Saturday end Sunday with Miss Stella Gross Mr ands Nat Tuttle of Tfwk erviHe were the guests of ftand Mrs M B Parrish Sunday Rev J T Turpin of Rice Station filled his appointment at White Hall Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Rtuiey lUll returned to her home at ledges rfter a mot pleasant visit with relatives mill friends here Mr and Mrs Jas Hudson of Log Lick attended church at White halt- S t irday Mia esMyrtie uulJidun Jotivusoit MandeJohnonMr raid MmM B Eubuiks of near Winchester spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Eliza Strong and attended meeting at While Hall Sunday Gracie the little dttnghlcr of Mr and Mrs Butler Dcvary died Monday and wars buried the following day at the iVmily bUIinlhsifesTfather and mother the little one is survived by two sites nail one broth = er We extend our heartfelt sympa thy to the bereaved ones Mis Straus Niblack died at her home near bore Saturday after a short illness of pneumonia Fuuernl services were lucid Sunday by Elder J W Harding Burial in the homily burial palce She is survived by her husbrutl and four children and a host moullj11msympathy in this their sad hour of bereavement r p Oh tr II Wintel Is Corning f Now is the time to lay in your supply of CANNED GOODS at these- QUANTITYPHENGWAL PRICESI Ferndell California Peaches 3 pound cans f 2 Regular Price 35c per can Now 350 per doz Premier Tiny Sifted Early June Peas Regular Price X180 doz Now j50 per doz Country Centleman Corn Genuine Regular Price 150 doz Now SI30 per doz Hand Packed Whole Tomatoes Regular Price 120 doz Now 1QQ per doz Walkers Famous Chili con Carnefto Regular Price 120 doz Now I 00 per doz Don9 pass up this Chance Buy while our stock Is complete MacNefSS Weathers Both Phones No40 II Clifton B Ross DONT READ THIS AD If you are already a customer of ours Our purpose in ad vertising is to reach those who have never dealt with There is Ius NEED TO ADVERTISE lour niershandise to the people who have already given us a trial They know True Quality when they see and they always see it here 1 TailorMade SuitsIMany styles but not many ofa thatigives Slow prices but it also leads to the danger of same ness a danger that se avoid Even the plainest tailor j made suit here has a certain individuality of its own l IALWAYS CUSTOMER A CUSTOMER gtW AIi1onB Rosstln sr Jjar hU HO DYSPEPSIA OR- STOMACH DISTRESS Settles Your OutofOrder Stomach and Ends All Indigestion Five Min utes Later There twtld not be a case of indi gestion here if readers who are sub tiltIprcptm on rt digest slightestfuss minglesbesidesJets front the braith Ak your harinacjt to show yoii Lt 1oininla plainly printed on each Dilpepiiuhen3 promptly cures Indigestion and lIeJlt1hlllnandEructationsIT bras Nausea Ileadnciie Bilious ness and many other bad symptoms 1XilIliefreshIf and full of gas or your food doesnt digest and your meals dont seem to fit why yourdruggistAbsolute relief from Stomach misery and perfect digestion of anything von eat i sure to fellow five minutes after and besides one cvse isumycnt to cure a whole family of such troublei= I y SeasonableI ISurcly1 Charmless inexpensive Pt cpa fa like Iiipeisinv vith will always either at daytime or dur ing night relieve your stomach mis cry and digest your meals is abut as humry and valuable a thing i s you could have in the ous- eINSURANCE IN RUSTIN CASt Will Be Clause of Tragedy cf IS03 Being Threshed Again Through the CourtsLOUISVILLE Kyf Nov Ollinvolving 31000 insurance carried by Dr Ftoderick Rustin the Omaha September1JOSrasa interest went to trial in Judge Fields rlumIstances of Rustins death will be threshed over again Mrs Rustin wants to enforce pay ment of insurance and brought suit in Louisville The companieS cluhn Rustin who was found dyingfrom a pistol wound on the porch of his home one night hd arranged his lentil to make it apper a murder anti not a suicide In support of this it was claimed at the time that he had tried to form a suicide pact on these lines with a woman Attorney Forcht for the insurance companies in his opening statement said they would prove the suicide p icl between Rustin Abbie Rice the woman fid Charles Davis a patient of Rustin and that Davis will testifyI New Autumn Styles or Women CliainKeyFobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Setsc Oaldwin ttQstSign of db54 S Main St WIHCESTER KY r- i AMERICAN GIRL DECLARED A WONDERFUL SINGER A fpv years ago critics said that there were no more coloratura sopranos but Tekrizinm with her wonderful flute like notes eleterified the world People flocked to hear her from ev erywhere and for the past year and to the present time she is the sensation of the musical world Now comes American girl Miss Grcce Nelson whom the foremost critics declare to be the latest discovery among coloratura sopranos Not since Tetrizinnr astounded the world with her wonder ful voice has so much interest been shown in a soprano as is being caused by Miss Nelson Joseph F Sheehan the famous tenor while in Europe last summer heard Miss Nelson sing and was inmecitely impressed with the fact that here was an ideal Leonora for his all star cast production of cribs great opera II Trovatore It was only after many weeks that he secur her from her European contract and engaged her for his comp ny Miss Grace Nelson will be heard at Winchester opera house Thurs ay evening November 10th when the She hail English Grand Opera Company eoraes here for n perform uncef II Trovatore Divides Waters of Two Oceans Situated exactly at the highest point of the divde of the Rocky Mountains on the Crows Nest division of tits BritishIAndy Coode a famous nunter and frontiersman is proprietor claims a unique distinction When it rains inI the mountains the water whicn falls on the eastern slope of the Summit ho tel roof trickle away to join a tiny rivulet which in due process of time mingles its waters with tho broad At lantic The water falling just beyond the ridgepole on the other side of tho roof flows westerly and ultimately Into the Pacific Wide World SelfConceit Origin of Contempt All contempt for others springs from our own self conceit If we can man ege to be humble we shall escape many a fire in the raimi many a bit humbleIpecplenot mean and servile it is the most comfortable virtue one can enjoy Worlds Judgment IThe the world judges you by seem and you may have in the world but theyll not count for anything if you dress in such a way as to suggest either poverty or any other way than the dreg that should go with what you mean to be The Submerged Tenth The experience of all schemes for the relief of distress due to unem ployment clearly proved that the great majority of the unemployed or at least those who sought relief from dis tress were very markedly inferior both as regards their industrial ca pacity and their physical and moral qualifications to the average employed workmen in the same trades Rid of the Blues IGetting keep a brave front what ever When you have an attack of the blues write your worst imaginings seal the envelope and read it later It is certain to make you laugh Not one alive but has something to cry about but a lot of folks have learned to shoo clouds away and keep trouble in the background Daily Thought The greatest man is he who chooses right with invincible resolution who resists secret temptatons from with in and without who bears the heavi est burden cheerfully who is calmest In storms and most fearless under menace and frowns whose reliance on the truth on virtue on God is most unfalteringChanningIn Jaws A sea gull was seen struggling In the air near the River Taw When it waston gull was sUffocatedPopular Science StoryIfrom Elliottsburg Perry county Samuel Foose had been missing turkey eggs for some time and finally the china nest egg disappeared A few days ago an old tree was cut down destroying the home of a six foot black snake which was killed A post mortem re sulted in the discovery of the nest egg Philadelphia Record OldRoseTrcfc t The rose show given In Paris by the French Horticultural sot ety recalled the tact that the oldest rose tree in the world is believed to be one which grows on a wall of the cathedral at Hildesheim Ger any Eleventh cen tury records n kmention of ex penses incurred by caretakers of the cathedral in maintaining this tree which covers the wall to a height of twentyfive feet and is twenty inches thick at the root She Chewed Gum A girl fifteen years old living in Milwaukee fell down on the street in a fit a few weeks ago and although she had the best of medical attend ance she died after three or four days The doctors laid all to chewing too much gum She had a quid in her mouth from morning till night and on going to bed she swallowed It There are some things as bad as being bit- tEn by a mad cat- Suicides Cemetery Friedhof Kplonie Grunewald Is the official name which has just been given to the cemetery In Schldhorn near Berlin which is devoted to a special purpose Hejevarg juried day by day the everinqre 5lngnumber of Berliners who commit suicide and who from this cause are not allowed- to be buried in an ordinary cemetery t Wanted Information A couple of zealous anglers were fishing for the first time in a sheet of water rento fur tho purpose when one of them through carelessness fell in His friend after great exertion brought him to land but it was a long time before Recovered conscious ness No soonhad ho opened Ma eyes however than the other asked him Tell me d5d you see a lot of fish Playing Wlh Flshhawks Turks around Ute Bosphorus amuse themselves by pia sing pitch and catch with the hungr flshhawks They throw high In the air a lump of raw meat and the havrks ice the meat before it strices thefground and make away with Itt the little ones London Globe II nvJjoM Guide for Cccrse in Life Parties churches clubs and all or ganizations have tblir uses perhaps but they are to be utud and are not to be allowed to absorb his Thfe spirit in man is great and wofiVeffuiihd above all that it has made uind all that has been made for It Th mjOre you love and study men and the more you dis count institutions in forming your opinions the larger will Ve your heart NOT SORRY FRR B UNDER t uH my friends hadnt plundered in thinking I was a doomedi victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sander of Mutt 10dE burg Ky but for y eIlIs they saw every attemplto cure noting racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the cough and I era now in healthr than I have had for years This won derful life saver is an unrivalled rem edy for coughs colds Ingrip e asth ma croup hemorrhages tie oopin cough or weak lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by the Winchester Drug Co Dont Darn Your Stockings Any More Put your darning basket away in the closetyou wont need it for six months when you buy the first box of Holeproof Hosiery Darning is now almost a thing oftthe past For with every box Holeproof we give a written guar antee to replace any pair that needs darning in six months Instead of taking out your darning basket you merely take out a coupon and get a new pair of hose freeisnt that simple ttolepfobffiosferu The makers pay an average of 70 cents a pound for the finest Egyptian and Sea Island Cotton Yarn Common hose are often made from cotton at 12 cents a pound Yet the common hose sell for the same price as Holeproof Holeproof uses 3ply in the body and 6ply In the heels and toes Ordinary hose are made from 2plyyarn throughout You pay no more for Holeproof but it wears six times longer y Come in and see this hosiery Note the style and comfort see hoW light and soft it is Buy one box and try it Note how it hugs the ankle Then if you can con tinue using the common hosiery We have a complete assortment of sizes and colors They are very smart Prices are 6 pairs for 2 and 6 pairs for 3 guaranteed six months cal er 1Bee U Bfft McCORD PHILLIPS Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY a K fd1 Lq I 1 ttPane Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS The WellDressed Yoti s Man of today as we clothe him Is certainly worth looking at He presents a good appearance he wears clothes of good quality we sell no other they fit him well theyre made in good style If the cut of his garment looks freakish with a lot of faddish ideas in the way the pockets are made or2 4 any of the other foolish kinks that some clothes have you may know he isnt one of our customers 7 Flail Sehaflner Marxfi 4W Z L xF X ft I make clothes for young men such as gentlemen of taste and dis crimination dire glad to wear v Young mens clothes like these have all the characteristics which the smartly dressed young man wants The coats are made with good broad shoulders because most young men have or are getting such shoulders the lapels have long graceful roll the back is shaped in and down over the hips with a little flare to the skirts The trousers are made from the moderate to the extreme pegtop style You see these are merely the characteristics of the young vigorous athletic figure the type of the college man If a young fellow has such a figure he wants such clothes and if he hasnt the figure he wants the clothes that look like it and there you are And here they are made for us of the best allwool fabrics with the finest of tailoring by Hart Schaffner Marx the greatest of all clothesmakers They dont make any but good clothes and were glad to sell them because we know were doing you a service in it j 1Ty 1 c H J 1 J OOin l- c 1 lI jM j t j lI 1 4 v b h ir l 1lyIII JftJ Hart ScliaHner Marxft IP Schalfner Marx Suits20 to 30 Hart Schaffner fi Marx Overcoats 18 to iOJBloomfields Special Suits and Overcoats X10 1250 and X15 VI BLOOMFIEII COw This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes 4 Tc 4 l Y i T THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pwr Kni GREATViHITETHRONE AND ITS BLESSINGS r jmmense Audience In Worlds I i Largest Auditorium London Eng ico- raPastorRusefl of the Brooklyn Tab ernacle New York preached here to day Royal Albert Hull held n vast au dience Of deeply in terested hear ers The speaker chose his tt from Reve lation 11 iASTOl ut7EILI IW a glCnt White Throne and fncetileand there was fon nil no place for iticrn5lit Maul Sin wade moral cowards of our race From early Infancy fear anti apprelien ipn especially in respect to things fu ijjirp liave been impressed upon us l realize our imperfection nd hat our Ju Is perfect and that perfection is the only standard which he could approve anti tliac some kind of pun isliinentfor siii must lit expected The AdkeltLy taking advantage of our forefathers misrepresented the Al liiijjhty ant has used our fears to alienate its from him and to wrest and distort his message tousin the Bible St Paul assures us that this is Satans giinelullprocedure that lie puts light for darkness nod darkness for light Thus it comes that our text which is really one of the most beautiful and comforting in the whole Bible when rightly understood has to many become a lash in the hands of their fears It is needless tony that our text is ode of the symbolisms of a Book tilled vith symbols Gods people guided by his holy Spirit in due time will ap preciate these symbols For many of them the due time Is already here The Throriels Messiahs It represents Ills Mediatorial Dominion of earth fur rthousand years Its whiteness sym t btijlizeK the purity the justice of his Kingdom of righteousness wider thtv whole heavens The htavetis and earth which will lice away from the presence of the great Emmanuel Will not be the heavens at Throne not the earth which he has given U the children of men The4 heavens and earth which will thee away and for which noplace will be found ire of course the symbolical ones In Bible syrabology the farth represents estab lishod civilisation he sea represents the restless dissatisfied masses of im ihan itS The mountains symbolize hu Than governments kingdoms which constitute tilL backbone of present spiritual intluenocs llcclpsiasticisnv Churchianity Thus interpreted our tfc t declares that when Messiah shall assume control of the World when he shall sit ifpon his Throne wlieh he shall cxelcise rulcrship amongst men the result will be that the social sys tern of toVlay as well as the present day ccclesiasticism will flee away will hess oufof e1steneno place will be found Tor them Satan Now the Prince S6me man may be inclined to ask Has not Christ been the grit Ruler ninetcendof the four thousand years before the fining of Christ may It not he claim he has been reigning ever Since Its ascension to the right hand of the Kmhcr We answer that If this be hasuceutcigi1ing these nineteen centuries there should Ifrv something in the Bible to so reach ConlltIyvctelling its that Satan Is the Prince of this age John xiv 30 We hearken himagain telling us My Kingdom t5viiot of this world age John xviii Again he says will come again and receive you unto myself iJohn 3iv 3j Again he tells us that he vent Juroa far country to receive the title fQl1ls Kingdom then to return to take jibssession of it Matthew xxi i53 xxv hlttnd that at his second coming he will be the great King of glory He tells us the same thing in Matthew xxv n When tile Son of Man shall iC in his glory and all the holy an gels with him then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory tl1CPtjfcn centuries we are convinced that c5saii has not been the King of the j fi1To jhhik uf him as such with ilfru omnipotent prtwyr which w- eithitto ac hint would be to charge him wlth responsibility for bloody and huts and vars aud Ittpnxiilrmos Sun ly uo cfghtihisiiUd IIINHI jtfttr mature con 3klTiiitiii ri rathtntlIy accept the tliiiJry ahatthi glniluus csxia h rcIffn ofisUii tj y fur the blessing of Vhe whsilf rlnli hi upfirting ott the AviiriU rare III iSiHgluotinunt of tVery eVrabnv jrjid lHIrringingof rtlI- 1piithIiIt isslii wctirij with lJ noiu of us tdtthhi ihfitlt that ivjgu tjf the gr at Sir bllll imtweeii JJ ttl and men i tljtf past Wi must ngive with ocr Uxt that It ii hi ih fltt cnwl that viHji esfbllsiiid its tffIllIpon k tht InstitniYnhsof lilt ptv ljlJlllUlltl ht iiPIthlihinti1iat I1hi1hviIl lit cjfjt li thUijtv Ktlt tlir awav tlVr liinro HvillP11 foidil fit Jfm tI frni 11i IJltlilhl titit- S ifMfttt t u IiiirstaiiiTpW lcJIahollc fy lit flit Wyrf il of MviiJjtMiiti yftniiay tv ire Iti4ict lltUpinrallrthblessingS tages of our day The Curse of Selfishness- I need iipt do more than remind you tbacsejtishness is to ie found ii- ieveryozie6r us and that a semblance of righteousness is insisted upon by us all audvrfdlJercd to and violators of it die styled criminals Nevertheless it seems impossible to legislate equity justice The keen intellects of men find opportunities 101 circumventing the laws and for fummitting theft and niurder and ala in the race of laws and without danger of being puulshfd Let us illustrate this We have heard of the famines of India aud how the British GOVernmiiit has spent millions of Poiuids turlingJfor irrigation pur poses to compensate fur irregularities in the rainfall Undoubtedly the fam ines are 10 some extent due to water scarcity Nevertheless one of the ablest of OUt engimcrs informs the world that there has hot been in fifty years such a scarcity as should have created the famines The famines of India which have cost the lives of millions Ire to be accredited to greed selfishness which has nourished un der the shadow of the law Wealthy milling concerns purchase the rice from yInot compete hit press the market price of rice lower and lower until the 1iiofltIthe crop As a result there is The poor natives suffer but the man agers of the milling properties pay largo dividends of from lifty to one huiidicd and fiftyper cent on invested capital to the wcalthv owning them As an illustration o the exorbitant prolits 1 will relate a case Two young men whose accumulated savings amounted to thirty thousand rupees about two thousand pounds or ten thousand dollars invested it in vice milling Their profits for the first year were eighty thousand rLipeeSaboUt twentyflstIthe combine to depress the price of rice but they profited by what the combine accomplished These inoqui ties of our present social order are lieyoud the reach and correction of lie comparatively few men of ability tint directly or indirectly interested in jthpmr The White Throne Judgment HepreIequity The fact that injustice has been permitted and that inequity has been the ruie for centuries is to be accounted Toe by the other tact that JdUrjng nil this period the world hasbeen under the reign of sin Lfld1eflt1L find not under the reign oC righteousness and life It has been mi tier the reign of Satan the Prince of this world and of the darkness of selfishness and evlhiI1 of which Ills name repuesCultsand not under the dominion of Messiah the nenresenta tive of Jehovah and his righteousiiess not under the ringpt glory the huH typical David and Solomon the anti- typical Aaron end Melchisedee Tin New Dispensation which Messiahs Kingdom will usher in is pictured in our teXt It will be the dtffnlhlonlflJnt will be worldwidepure holy right rous just truthful Godlike a great White Throne No wonder we read that the symbolical heavens anti earth representing the old order of things social ecclesiastical will all vanish away Rut let no one think for a moment that ecclesiastical princes financial princes and political princes will vol untarily acknowledge that the hour has come for a full surrender to Mes siah anti to all the principles of his ab solute righteousness On the contrary these privileged members of out race Will more and more bo drawn together for mutual protectionfor the pres ervation of the special privileges which have come into their possession Even now we see the prophecy of the See ond Psalm fulfilling We are in the very time when the Lord through the Prophet David calls the great ones of the earth to recognize the true situa thou of our wonderful daytlfat it menus that the Day of Messiah has arrived and that he should be recog nized and his principles of righteousness obeyedIcall is recognized Salute the Son 0 ye kings of the earth while y- earin the way with him before his anger be kindled and ye perish by the way Psalms ii 1012 But no the prophecy declares that we are in the day when the people the masses will have foolish imaginations when they will think that by their own strength they can inaugurate a reign of right eousness along the lines of Socialism nr by anarchy The people must Icatfn that their help is in the Lord and not in their own frail arm The peoplemust sec the force of the state UttIuHrgicntShiitetile world On the other hand the money kings anti earthly rulers and ecclesiastical pfinros pie taking counsel togetuer to 11rcseut1mtlIltrfiuQjwuiliug The Lord declhresflwt Th llfte they are hantlinji themselves ziewlynpIol oe a stiury Human lilurry has been mate rri isiu sllitIrf every ondcav c ivstran It Tin potentates of inji IrilJMyf Uftyjirinit tilt of hUe j iiHttlie utitti 4kirli nels for Vinr dFrs crh ittft Jmturi hut hjI lttt ttiaJintltlrt ill f1tiiit mlliiift1n 11ff spiehhiI- it nf iIii 1n lnf it t ih1 H 4fl lriW nr o preO 5flntt Sr talihg connsel together how the Ie steiiuts which the people are putting typotrthGm may be broken and it reign of auTocracy itolitical finauclal atia- reliaials11O reinajiguratod a reign such aVprevJifJel ieatitries ago but how upon a hglm plane controlled by brighter wits holding under re strajnt nibre iiitelligent massif Be Instructed Yc JudGes innuenjWn1ffinproper w an real ize the fallacy of tljeir counsels the impossibility of averting the great changes which atc upon us by reason of the time having conic for Messiah to take unto himself his great rower ni are li Hearken to the Lords wbids through the Prophet Be wise nolv therefore 0 ye kings lie in Istructcd ye oudges of the earth Servo the Lord with fear mid rejoice wjth trembling Do homage to the Son vs 1012 Could the wise of earth realize the situation anti fully submit them selves to the Divine requirements of absolute justice and ruth what 1I blessing it woutil be to the world If these princes would turn their atten tipn from the grasping of tOWer and money to the enlightcnuent and up lifting of the people hey would be oomu ministers servants of the New Dispensation which would be ushered in with rejoicing hit the Lori in forms us that this will not be the case and that as a result Messiahs King dom will be ushered in by a time of trouble such as was not since there was a nation Daniel xii The Psalmist toils us the same God will have in derision the putty vlTorts of lie worldlywise and great to reestab II autocracy He will speak to them in his WriiHi the lesson which theyre fuse to hear by loving Exhortation The new Iviug and his Empire vill be established in the eailh and the declaration is that amidst such DItrTne lisplejisurc he shall break them with 1 rod of iron anti dash them Tii pieces like a potters vessel Psalm 49 Uevelatibn il 27 JuduedIHence before his Judgment Throne punishments will be meted Out to the little as welt as to the great when found to be violators df the principles of HStico Would that J could impress this MPon many of the lower classes who jire crying out against the injus tisesill high placep while practicing Similar injustices themselves Lt ic ho remembered also that the great WJiite Tbroac speaks blessings Divine favor and uplifting to all who love righteousness and Junta iniquity the little and the great ILin the past a certain retributive JlongIanti frowning upon those which tflK Jou11ClnaL lines He that cats the sonr grape of sin will find his teeth on edge and Ibis alone Justice will be laid to the line UllI righteousness to the plum met and all the refuges of lies by llacIwill be swept away Tlie hidden things of darkness will be brought to light and the glorious things of light will be everywhere recognized tjltimhtely ev cry knee shall bow mid every tongue confess totlie enthroned Messiah IThe Books Will Be Opened The Master 1i1ty Word shall judge you in the last day Happy has it been for the comparatively few who have heard the Masters Wordin this present llfoand have judged themselves thereby and submitted themselceS to his righteous precepts These blessed ones vill share with Messiah the glo Iies of his Spiritual Empire invisible to men But xjuring the JlrousnndY ar Judgment I Jot the orldU Peter hi5 7 SI the same wort1sthetvondee ful words of life to those who will obey and words of death to those who will re fuse obedIenceIlt be the standards of justice for all mankind The books then to be opened to all will include not only the worls of the Master and of tIm Apostles of the New Testament but also the Divine message through the Prophets of old Then all shall set the oneness and harmony of the Divine message of righteousness According to those standards each who would have eternal life must conform his liv ir rair The approved at the end 01 Messiahs reign will bo delivered over to the Father perfect as human beings The disapproved will be destroyed in the Second Death without hope II Peter ii 12 Jude 12 Acts iii 2 0 Another hook of life will he opened another besides the one that is now open which is styled the Lambs Book of Life and in which is written the names of his faithful followers of the present time members of lila Body Royal Priesthood the Bride the Ithe s Wife The new book of life be for those who will he on trial during Messiahs reign By its close it will include all of Adams race found worthy of eternal life The judgment of the Church In the present tUiu is not according to works tile perfection of which under present conditions would impossible Hence the Churchs judgment is according tor faith and the obedience of faith pos slide PiU Ue worlds judgment Will beaccording to works for i tie knowl edge then wi l liesn great that faith wIU lift Ionrrpr1e at r premium The great MWtistttsr will aiiepr of imper fecr works areordluirtYrth th1it of tIll people but its hoy Ishcuior degradation iw re antI nmre will be theyjllnotirksberrequired 11All1ME lADLES EXWGTtfN i s3cRQ17cp TImg Card In Effect June I19Q8 2iu5 Bound f No 2 f No 4 Daily Dailj Stations rPM V tV Tton 10IWinchester 3 05 L E Junction 320 1 826 Clay City 350 9ba Stanton 3 58t 910 c inctoh Jtihotiou 9 38 Natural Bridge 143 943 Torrent 9 BeattyviUe June 510 1037 15111iri Noil No3j Kof ExJ Sunl tOni v Jackson 16101220 00 0 K June 10151223 17 0 Athol T I640I25 30 Beattyxillo June 7 07 3 20 7fitj Torrent 1730 1311 StlNatural Bridge 1745 3 55 June 748 357 281 8541ClnyCityL E Juno 900 507 933 Winchester 1912 520 9tirXcxirigton io 55 jO 05 lO 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEFT SUNDAY tj NosIth NosISterliunI Tlle Ky h1 fOTBenttyi Ciiainlon Junction 3 iiLa 4 will connect witii tb Mountain Central Ry for passengers o aud from Campton Ky 0 K Jitnotion Troi Nps H ud 4 will connect with the 0 K ltailway for Cancel City Ran sttttioiis W A MDOWELL GonI Mgr AINo 37 CmcinuatiRnoxvilli focy Arrives 1016 to mj departs 1019 No 33 Cincinnati JackbonvilkH jimitetl 3039 a m iraysvilleStanford local nth Cincinnati conacetion at Pari rrivcs at 6 25 departs at 35 p m No 31 Cincinnati Atlanta limited 11 17 p in 1Northbound limited 4 57a m localldue ait 715 loaves at 722a in No 38 KnoxvilleCincinnari lo al arrivs 248 departs 253 p N 32 Jh snlil 1inoi imited 558 p All are daily except Nos 9 10 which tire daily except nni CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun S53a InI mlfoo24J Daily 9 10 p WestbouiC InI No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a in No 21 Daily 648a in Co 25 Daily Es Sun 250 p ax Xo 23 Daily 41 p m Turkish Girls Do Go Out On summer nights In Turkey when people should b asleep you can closely hooded figures flitting secI noiselessly like bind ghosts are TurKish peasant girls What they are about nobody knows Perhaiia looking for the moon which will not rise for some hours At every dark corner 61 a wall also you may see a ShtidmVIwithgo very neat and they do not happen to see you yoii may hear songs as low as tho humming of lIng and always through thE nose MSIA Hint to Miss IJittjdat5 at last found an un engaged afternoon and went to tho ball game She entered the grandstand with her escort lna leisurely way hud nltnr looking about her glanced at this players at practise Wily what dreaftil creatures she exclaimed They are wearing exactly the same exit of uniform as last year when i iva5hercA 4 J Windmill Country Tbe great windmill country is Ar gentina Plenty of water from 15 to 300 feet underground throughout the east level unb7cfhenlaia as ex belvJfprune laiidsf ami wind blowing aorpss the eveti retclies all the year abound The siaiwslands aro dotted w indmihls and Argentina keeps on importing them chiefly from Yan keelaad ac the rate of more turin a thousand n month Si ThE AUDITORIUM THEATRE iNC ANDI NIGHTS November 9 ard 10 LEWTWQODT- HAT VENTRILORUEST MANLEY STELIN6 Presenting their Kovel Comedy Sketch THE PICTURE MAN 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts thoroughlyIheated Matiuee Saturday Afternoon 23o Aimission 10 cents to all parts oJ house No Reserved Seats- E3LOCMFIELD RATLIFF PROPRIETORS IIJrI Capital SifjOOOn Undivided Profits 200000 ThE- XTncherest Bank OF- j VINCHESTER KY INH WITHERSOON President R SPHAR r Cashier 5SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS NOT SO BAJ AS HE EXPECTED Young Mans Nice Bunch of Excuses Were Not Needed After All There is a young man In Dallas whose work beeps him up until the small hours of the morning which is father an awkward tiling inasmuch as uc has but recently takou unto himself a wife But the lady knew or these hours and he Is noi expectedl until very tate A few days ago this man met an old fiiend and over a cigar after yorking hours they discussed the past present and future until daylights 1eanis began to show rosy over the ousetops Then the young man with speed made for his home fearful of his reception On ncaring his habitation he discov ered a bright light in the window and excuses born of desperation l hOgan to circle through his hendHe was In for it this time sure Ho decided to tell the truth as be ing more nearly satisfactory than a Tie and with this good resolution in his head ho threw open the door and beheld a sight that filled him with a chair with her skirts tuck ed about her feet sat his wife The lamp was turned too high and had smoked the chimney On his entrance she precipitated her self into his astonished arms and weptIt was right over there site said weeping The man stared What was he demanded A inmmouse explained the lady It came out of the closet soon after youd gone and Ive been up here ever sine IT Keep Out MothsIPeople dio dislike the odor of moth balls should know that begs of dried tansy placed among the woolen gar merits will answer every purpose of keeping out moths and vrth none of the disagreeable odor whirji is sure to tell the story of moth halls Mak small hags of thin white muslin hnd YIis of these In the packing box nail the moths will vanish j IQucnchrngNew York Thirst New Yorks daily drink of water amounts to 600000 gallons A stream annerngmiles long is pouring into the metro polls every twentyfour hours to toot and bathe Its live million daily inhati tants It is no small task to keep that stream in bounds and give to each family its needcd supply without InterinjpVa r sr S Classified Advertisements 5 c a word f9ri a slngic inertlc- 2c a word tor ctfnsecJtive In serticris l2c a word for each additional In section lOc nywcrd per month Sc perinscrlldnH thing inserted for less than ten cenlsr floitiinn charged cr hooks for icss llrah 25 cents FOi RENT StpreYoonion coiner r Maple and Broadway Fihnp Hat possession srivon Good st For teiifj se on Your Tobsccc Office in McEloo tey tfiiftfing Heine Fftone 728 Est Tcnn 26 Insure In STRGTHEKS iGlnREUABLE Fire insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Krttroit Bide Phone ifie FOUflD Iofketbook 1lii1iiig ciianiro and sin till on Main street Call Nev ofliee 11 73 LOSfiige black pen holder with xllrtt Kewrad for return CI il Taiiiier Xews oflJue 11 U JlBilpniiln phone 7J2 111It7j FOR RENT Cotrrgl on Drown Court ill modern conveniences W A Hl TI J1i i011tf TOR RiNts115 goOtleoriuhatid how in Clnvir ntul ready to plow at nnec For monoy rent or jjuod u te Apjly to II W Ktoii at Ketiiit oeen 101 Iti- tcJAfTEDililez 232orlliAlain street Oas ll1tlhrJI10lHf f FOR RENT Two rooms over Me Cord Phillips shoe store 10271 f FOR RENT Half of cottage on C street 4 rooms F 111tekcui 11S3t TUiiTEiiThe Light lee Compiiuy iii ordcr to encourage the use of current have arranged with us to reduce the prihd of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present iso watt lamp 170 100 watt lanip 120 watt lamp 10 70J2nuniI110 selling them at tlio lowest posti hie margin of profit for a few days COiFARM WANTED 10 to 100 acres well improved and on good pike not more than i or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY JSTOKELY 111tr DRINK 4oaIoMorti Menimistaken for but gkrs and hot these ddys while entering tho1 twit hoibes might suggest to fIt fKVfitrVA tljntl a new ex cuse fur ro rnttiifjj home until broad tleyli it Ifew ret ju at tlTt tnte hour Iuafein 11 su tojnm boo into theflfil Irtw liowr carler flnd pN wholly icf w York TTvQrilrp Tee idlJ 7 ATrlfr Story A ltUc gjrl whpse mthir was in the liahft fit ringing to rterwhou she wOn to tied as itonlhOil abe night to hear her iisk her Jo iiaiy TfibSurs tpeIstand th ti ttJiU thi3hyrnn Jijhis- safely pilot me If- Iv WBosh fitompai FIRE AND TORNADO I- INSURANCEWINCHESTERKY OFFICE HcElDOWNEY J Phone 145 = =J M r n tEN ClUblflVlcePreslJjni Ant ll I CountyI FstthltstvtI 56- it t Accounts of Merchanis Farmers land Trate Jojiclied 11t CoflBcHon Made oirAil Points ilCt pital and j Surplus- 35OOCOOO Notice to Taxpayers i bllforeavoId thluh Untlov the preset tax law Eim coiupolledto collect ilT of tin axes hy Dcrcmhcr lot IYours rospeclfnllv H SlieririJiPEiDLETOH RUSH BJSM tttrnsy at l wI5th Floor ItfcElcloTCncy Building Winchester Ky LEWIS 1Attorney iHc9 5th Floor McEiduwney Buildij opteial Aitrniion to CiIlectiou It Wlnchcstc11J L H STEEr SOa Aticrfiay at lzorJnSO STaIn St Winchester iiuiiiiiE TO CITY Ti IP- AYfRlAX t The city faxes have boon nash c11b wJP please cull and settle at once nn J avoid the penalty which takes effe L P1iettiiuin until 0 II be inninK October 3 1010 gjtSHORTHANolOOlfO g dIbyIn best method of teaching known J ljj jLury 234 S Highland stVcet Hoing phone 7o7 WINCHESTER ROLLER MllLs1 The oldest and best Rolie7Mills anthWhiteg BUICK RUNABOUi Reduced to 57500 g Fully Equipped Jqp Windshield Gas Lamps Magnets Call and see this car at WINCHESTER GARAGES THE UNDERWOOD ypEwmr 1 J 1r have Heiui dtln ageaey for tIii ma hhh vhich is well for jfiiivabililv and good work Will li pleasc l to aljoiv Ibe latest model t fnospeetive pureliasers v Will seM tton1hlvpayr5entIc If if tiaI 1t kr Sfx THE WIKOHtSTEP NEWS II JOSEPH F SHEEHAN Will Appear in Grand Opera Here on Thursday Night November 10 WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get won lentil help from UuHdens Arnica Salve Jt banishes pimples skin eruptinl sores and hails It makes the skin soft mill velvety It glorifies the fage Cures sore eyes cold sores craclccu lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever ores cuts bruises and piles 2 w at the Win chester Drug Company nuo I FARMS fOR SALE FAini XO 130 acres 7M mile from Winchester two story frame dvellinjrjj tith Groom 2 porches ood nlable holds 1 acres of tobac outbuillliJI1g boa li lA Fencing pood Divided intu four lQts4pJ1veil wiikrd AI ii grass except Sor 10 JTOS good sfihool Price tieooIFAPuM XO 2jS acres GL mill from Winchester mi irJlHI pike fbi a twostory tnirni dxvflling 11 t rooms 2 his 2 ponvies in gtwd dition Ibm holds 4 a IMPS bacei Ice IIOHM chicken Intie Ioal lionets meat hUl ciin oiij I Iiojr houses and other out bnililiij Divided iirlo 4 met eaeii on In well u tlPIluui1 evey Imre in class piviidijitn Has L iiCiJif in frill bcain good sfhool tljI eSiiiilus idi tlian u Miiailer it a nK riot iiii road tltilIlIilall raie z d bacro A bsglipiin it fSOOO- KAJJM XO J iirits ji iriS from WincJwster g4td ptk Has nvoKUoV frame dwelling of rooms porches stock burn iain tobacfct Iii ug1ftdecellir IiIii ont hliili1i s1HjiJ Id Irii d vidod in 5 irutu woU valercd i idfvCUCXd About acres in eul tivs tipiH Allan co in gras Within onehalt ijufc of i5rit d sihool church stOic and posjoflioff and olacksmil shop 41JiCeGOOOI- A11M flfl 4 fiO acres 7 miles from Winchester onefuarter milt from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of rooms new stock barn yacrc tobacco barn all ncce rlcrcdlvillVqside lciicinj gjoid About 15 aere in tl HH1ialIIle in gri n e QO PAlHir55nO acres 7 miles from Winchester tOtOl y frann- dveUing niUjj ojn Gacrc tobac co barn AH necessary outhouse Small tcnriit house Well fenced and l watered Price rJ per acre FARM NO G10 acres 5 iniI- euioipWiicEer oji good pike Onot- idw1llng Qf 7or S rooms All ncc ecu l HiUunfliiyrs 12acrc tobacco a rl if house won fencel and wniercd Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 73J acres 3 miles from Winchester has two fiveroom dwellings one 10acre tobacco born plenty tobacco land Nearly allin r Preachers Neat Rebuke Not tong ago a London preacher lH dulgecl in a little bit of sarcasm overt small collection And he did it very neatly In a preface to his sermon on the following Sunday Brethren ho said our collection last Sunday was a very small one When I looked at the congregation said to myself where are the poor Btt as I looked at the collection when we counted It I exclaimed Whore are the rich grass Price per acre FARM NO S2tJ acres 32 miles froze Winchester on good pike Has uev Groom dwelling barn andO Ijuildinfrs Price 3500 FARM NO D50lcre 7 miles from Winchester luis tvosorv frame dwelling with rooms tobac o barn lioldin acres all necessary ulbiiildinjrs juod orchard well ira t ied with nells sprinirs and pools Small tenant house 15 crcs in cul tivation balance in grass price 5 000FARM NO 10300ucres 12 mil es trovi Winchi clcr hiss twostory fiaine dwelling with 7 rooms ten nut hiMisc Sacrc lobacco barn large tuck barn and all necessary out ii lints One of the best watered innH in the county 75 acres in ilsivntion balance in jrrass price rllOCOFRM XO il2 acres 7Vj mil ellinIIkinds of price 3800 FARM NO 12i57 acres iVi miles from Winchester on good pike his twostory frame welling of room 7acre tobacco barn Hill nl outbuildings well watered and fenced flood land Price 20000 FARM NO J5S acres 7 miles from Winchester lias live room welling 0acre tobacco brim and all icecssary onthmlngs well watered tc Price 115 per acre FARM NO 14Q2 acres 3 miles Yom Winchester on rood pike has 1rooin tenant house new 10acro to Sacco barn never failing water all dbncco laud Price 125 per acre FARM NU 15U2 acvcs 712 miles rom Winchester on good pike has twostory frame dwelling with 9 noins good cellar anti all outbuild ings good stock barn 10acretobae cp barn Well watered fencing good Close to school and church Price per acre 1115 NO 1670 acres 312 from Wilchcsterhas twostory rIm dwelling with 7 rooms All outbuildings 12 acres in cultivation balance in grass Price 3500 FARM NO 175812 acres 5 miles from Winchester Unimproved land Price 3750 FARM NO 1S103 acres near Chilcsburg has 3room tenant house well fenced and watered All good- land on good pike Price 105 per acre LiiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiii WHEN ABNER GOT MAD Ey M QUAD Copyright by Associated Lit l erary Proxs Miss IIunRe Ghisser was a sorter 111 maid lout it WitS not leI fault Abner Jackson who was a sorter od bachelor lund boon courting tier for live years without actually popping till question Slut lived with her wid owed mother the village and he worked a little farm just outside Abner wasnt laxy He was just a good natiired poke of a man He was going to get married some day but there was no hurry about it Ho al ways talked as if he intended to marry Muuice hilt he didnt conic dUll to details lit didnt ask her to name tho lOs ami arrange the bridal tour Eunice liked Aimer and bore with him hut she was getting rather tired of it i iiisi her Aunt Hannah came on a visit Aunt Hannah saw Abner two 1IlureILook hetv youve got a poke ofn man hIIIIII around after you and it may lit ten years more before hell say anything about marriage Are you going to put up with it or do something Why auntie what can do Get mad at him and make him think hes going to lose you Ho only laughs when I get mad Thou set in anil criticise bis feet his nose his eyebrows Tell him that lies the homeliest man you ever saw dont think hed mind It at all Didnt you ever see him show any a bit lIe was run over by drove of hogs once and got up laugh hug No you cant make Abner mad Hes a poke but an awfully good m1 nAnd are you going to keep right on for the next fifty years are you One afternoon three or four t1n Inter a vinegar barrel with one head out was left at the house by the grocer to be used as a rain barrel The bouse stood on quite a hill and there was a sharp slope down to the village street About the hour Abner usually appear ed Eunice was sent on an errand to the Qther side of the village and when the poke arrived Aunt Hannah was the one to greet him She took him to the corner of the house where the barrel stood and promptly begun See here Mr Jackson youve been dawdling around here for years What are you after Why why he stammered as he leaned up against the house and could say no more Oh you cant tell 1 knew you couldnt Youve come here almost every night in the week for months ancl years mill squatted yourself down and what for Your talk cant Interest anybody The sight of you Isnt in spiring If I was Eunice Id just as soon have a wooden man around And yet you come and squat and squat ask you sir what you mean by such conduct II guess Ill go home answered Abner who was too astonished to see straight And guess you wont said Aunt Hannah at least not until you have explained yourself Ive been looking at you If I lint a cow as homely as you are Id knock her in the head with the ax Hump shouldered bowlegged 1111 feet like an elephant and yet you come lucre and squat around antI take up a girls time Whjvuiaii what can you think of yourself Ill never come again exclaimed Abncr in a changed voice Thats good Thats what I want ed to hear you sits Go and squat somewhere else Go and tind the howe liest girl in the country to match you The first time saw you I knew you was a poke of a man Iud you hadnt grit enough to push a toad off its nest Woman be careful If you aggra vale me too much- Aggravate an old poke Why man it would take you three years to gel mad even if you started In tonight wasIj strong arms and deposited in the handy barrel Before she could yelp twice the barrel was whirled on Its ssule and given a kick to start it down the ItIIanshied to the left It stopped tot a moment at a gooseberry bush and then dodged antI jumped clear over eraUappletrtc There were yelling and IarIbackj a squatter am Ive got bowlegs and huulped shoulders and feet like an elephant Gol dnrn your hide roll on And the barrel rolled and Aunt lion nah rolled and neither of them stop tied rolling till the barrel crashed through the fence and brought up against a shade tree in the street No one was lOUed No hones were broken Aunt Hnnuuh crept out mud up to till house and vas just finished with tlw last of the arnica when Miss Eunice came rushing in with radiant face to oxclalm was coiuing hack home and I met Aimer and lie was swearing and ho grabbed mo by the arm nnd he said hed break my neck If I didnt go right to tilt preachers and be mar rleduiidandtfll Yes and wo wore married had fo bo Ahncr aint u like any more hut tboiuwfulosu detrruilnidost mann vou over hoard itthv auttjlo he told mo to tell you that you could go to thunder and be d limed to yOu THE SIREN ttW CORA HATHORN SYKES Copyright by American Press AIsopialion iEndJ dwelling should he n thing of not contafninx any one except the fanilly whose home it is Many a wife iyid husband hart heen separated illultmill or a woman ytfiuif to live wjtb a partIhome When it was decided to Inure a governess for their children Miss Olive Markam was selected for UIQ purpose Miss Markam was pretty and Mrs Drown should loire hesitated before taking her huo the shccpfold Not that the wolf was likely to harm lieu lambs but there was a sheep in tilt family who though not very tender WItS liaiile to fall a prey tot lie new comer Neither Mrs Brown nor tier husband jrave the entrance of Miss Markam into time family a thought so far ts danger was concerned Neither had ever Uiown a pang of jealousy MrrUrmVn was a pudgy baldheaded man of fortytwo Mrs rrown WitS ai tall angular woman but a year his junior Neither supposed lout the other couM attract any one else even if so inclined The governess was but twenty mill replied to Mr Browns re marks with Yes sir and No sir as a person of in entirely different generation And yet tlutre was danger iivher presence at Ute Browns Mr Brown had his own sleeping room where he might get a quiet nights rest without being disturbed by the rest of the family One night he wakened from a bud dream and could not go to sleep again After vainly endeavoring for an hour or more to do so he got up put on a dress log gown and went downstairs to get a biscuit and a glass of wine hoping that by thus drawing the blood to his stomach he might return to slumber He took great care tovmove softly that he might not awaken any of the fain fly and on reaching the dining room refrained even from striking a light He found what he wanted in the sideboard and having partaken of it was about to return to his room when he felt his baud claspetV by a softer one Mr Brown knew Mrs Browns hand very well It was not soft it was not even round On tIme contrary it was hard and bony A current shot quickly up his arin and Centered his heart no lila self esteem exciting that nat url gratification a man who tins pms ed middle life feels In attracting a young woman The conviction that the govertnss had fallen in love with him popped ifyfo Mr Browns head and created there a disturbance at once delightful and terrifying On the one hand was his home his wife his children on the other the siren If be listened to the one tilt wreck of the others was sure to follow But had he the poncr o resist Mr Brown felt in his hones that he had notAll this lashed through Mr Browns mind in the two or three seconds that he held the hand in his Then it was withdrawn and without sound or fare well the owner passed With a wildly beating heart he stood listened hoped for further manifestation feared he would receive it groped for it with outstretched hands was dlsupixuiued comforted troubled pleased and thrilled all at the saute time At last being convinced that the owner of the hand lund gone he returned to Ills room Mr Crown lay awake till daylight It pry to different emotions then went to sleep and dreamed that he and the governess were floating down a river whose banks were covered with luxu riant foliage and overhung with How ers Slit was the same woman hut transOgurwl to one of transcendent beauty He bent over till side of the boat and saw his own face retlecied in the water To his surprise hair hind come lack on his head with uo gray streaks in It and hliteye hud re gained the tire ofyorith Then he took her hand in histhp same hand he had held before There was the same pleasurable thrill with out the dread of consequences The wife his bosom so far as his dream was concerned had no existence his children were not yet born lie drift ed in jwradise lie was wakened by a shake and the words Ulisha tire you going tbi sleep all tIny Get up It was Mrs Brown In dishabille mind forming a dreadful contrast with the companion of his dream Mr Brown lay a few moments trying to get used to the returned reality then slowly got out of tied forced himself into his clothes and went down into the lin lug room TIme family were at break rust Ills oldest daughter aged four teen looked at him mischievously How did you like the ghost papa the asked her eyes dancing with fun What ghost But he knew before she told him that she had got up In the night for a glass of water heard him leave his room followed Mill and with better eyes tItan his clasped his hand My dear said Mr Brown to his wife after breakfast and before going downtown Ive been thinking that the children will get on better going to school than taught by a governess Perhaps yoiCre right pa Anyway w cant keep Miss Markam after the holidays Siiesgciug tobe married Married vYH tfta veryvniee looking young ilovr u ymimr pitter than she Same JiffereucevH tietvtfen us dear IA Legend By SUSAN YOUNG PORTER Copyright by American Press Association In the year A D S75 at a Mayiu party in Suffold county England a young Saxon yeoman saw a girl danc SoIeyes were so blue her hair glistening in the sun stcDIyoung man was enraptured John Boy Ian was a stropping youth who could send an arrow into the core of an tipple at 200 yards and bad already borne a pike In the cause of lila king Edmond against the Danes having been with lila sovereign on the fatal lilY when he was defeated and his reign came to an end Johns ther had since died and left him pos session of the farm consisting of 500 acres in land with many cows sheep pigs and other cattle His mother had died before his father and he no brothers or sisters And so it was that when John saw the graceful Kthelrcda dancing about the Maypole he bethought himself how takeIhim I wish your daughter to wife own farm and tlttebut I 1haemy one to milk the cows or to keep me company when I have done my work or to have a care of my es when I have gone into the forest Itutc or am called upon by my lord battle I therefore pray you to give me your daughter- So the father knowing of Johns pointingtime leaning on his bow said to her This man has hIs own farm and his cows and bis sheep and his pigs but ho has no wife to milk the cows or hisITherefore he has asked me for you to be his wife and you will get ready for the wedding Ethelredn knew this to be a comma d and any command from her father she would riot think of disobey ing She cast only one shy glance at John when the word wife was spoken and seeing the tall welt formed young man looking kindly upon her she gave him her heart at once and went away to begin her preparations for the wed dingIt was but a few weeks after this that a bridal party of which John and Ethelreda were the principal figures left the church where they had been married and started for Johns home To reach it they were obliged to pass over a bridge across a small stream called Goldbrook This they did making merry the while though when they were halfway over John stopped and a shudder passed over his stalwart frame But whatever the cause he conquered it and passed on with the same light step as before The wedding was celebrated with feasting and dancing the singing of minstrels and games all of which were customary at weddings In that day after which the bride and groom went bock to Johns farm Never did It appear that a newly married couple would be happier But they had not been together a week before a band of robbers run off with the best of Johns cows Then in the summer during a thunderstorm the lightning struck the house and well nigh demolished It In the autumn a snowstorm such as had never been known before in England covered Johns sheep and very few came out alive The next spring a baby was born to the couple but it died a few hours after its birth and its mother went with it Thou John wont out to Onlilhrooj stream Iud cut an inscription on the keystone to this effert- in the year nf our Lord S7U Iiuug Edmond having defeated by the lalIat nightfall eame down from the tree and hid himself under this bridge over fioldbrook stream That niphl a wed thing party passed over the bridge The moon shone down from the heav ens One or the lining espied its rays shIning on rill ktiigo golden spur Hut going down under the bridge they saw hInt crouching there He was deliv end to his enemies who loading him to the tree in which ho laid hidden during the day tilled him full of ar rows Ills body was borne to Bnry SL Edmunds and interred there Time disconsolate husband having nibICursed Bo tho Wedding Party That Passes This Bridge Vhetlier John plncod the record of event on the bridge is not certain It is there today after ten centuries theId downby tradition Certain it is that no wedding party IlrcferIIiUHold on the spot whore grow the reI- n which King Edmund too rVfuglK is an oholisk erected to his memory England is fullIf tliese old tra dir many of them liko this handed theI jL Citizens National BanklPa- id up Capital J10000CI Surplus 151000 SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS IWEWe will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to aU business entrusted to us J J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Ca l- 1leIT F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier Send Us Your Laundry and we will fix it up like1t 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