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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r 4 l iIt Last Edition TII J WINCHESTER NEWSL WEEKIL HAS APPEALED TO PRESIDENT Former Forester Pinchot Seeks to Pro f vent Recommendation of Patenting Cunningham Alaska Coal Land Claims WASHINGTON Nov 15Ex pressing the fear that the Interior Department will recommend the pat eating of the Cunningham Alaska coal lands claims which he believes to be frraidulcnt Gifford Pinchot IIhassuch action is aPbp oval Mr Pinchot has written a letter to the President under 1he date of November in which he saYs It is unfortunately impossiblc to look with confidence to time officials of the Interior Department for an mi biased judgment in this matter It is clear that the protection of the public interests in these Alaskan coal lands must depend strictly upon the President himself Itwithagitating the Interior Department since he was Commissioner of the Land Office precipitated the socall ed BallingerPinchot controversy fond the Congressional inquiry of time In tenor Department and the Forest Service which resulted therefrom 4 The letter also bears the signature of the former Foresters brother Amos Pinchot It was given out Monday by Mr Pinchot for publica Hon Secretary Ballingcr issued a state inept in which he declared that whol becnya tude of the Departments officers to ward these cases and that in view tE tie conditions he deemed it of the iiighestjrapjrtancc that all these eas e s be transferred from the jurisdic lioiidf the General Land Office di rcctly to time Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia for considcrn lionand adjustment lie indicated that he would recom mend Congressional authorization of this transfer in his annual report Mr Ballinger added that for sever nl nionlhs of his own yioli ton these cases had been placed under the spc cial direction of the President with the view that no action should be taken without the special srjiction of President Taft INVITATIONS ARE ACC pnDI e rl Two NewlyElected Governors cf States Have Wired Their tions to Attend Governors conferI j once FRANKFORT KY Nov 16 Two of the newlyelected Governors of States Monday wired their accept ance of the invitation to come tKentucky to attend the conference of Governors Those who accepted were Gov Emmet ONeal of Alaba ma and Gov A J Poihier of Rhode iyhind Of course many other Gov ernors are coming and sonic of the l old Governors whose election did nct come off this year have accepted t- jjut the two which came in Monday mire the only postive acceptances which have come since the election The Governor and his secretary Capt Jackson Morris will begin from today keeping a list of the Governors nao send acceptances raid the names of the fanatics in Frank Uort who will entertain them In this way it will be easy to locate any Gov ernor if he is wanted in a hurry by telegraph or telephone from aniid- 1E rc Most of the acceptances which iyere received prior to the election were conditional so itill not be known for several days just how imuiy of the Governors will be hereon ovember20 The formal inxi tations to the conference will be mailed out by Governor Willson in a day or so- I The secretary of time Governors i eoJ conference Monday sent to the Gov I error the following list of Hie newly 1iabana Emmet ONeal Arkan 1o SHGorgeIDonagbey Califor = x lff Colorado John F Shafrothj Connecticut Si- icon E Bnldwin Georgia Hoke Smith Iowa Beryl F Carroll Kansas Walter R Stubbs Maine Frederic W Plaisted Massachusetts Engine Foss Michigan Chase S Os C Eber lAdolphhart II Aldrich Nevada Tasker h Oddie New liam shire Robert P Br ss New Jersey Woodrow Wilson New York John A BurkeIOhioPennsylvania John K Tenor Rhode Island Aram J Pothler South Caro urn Charles L Blease South Dakota Robert S Vessey Tennessee Benjamin W Hooper Texas 0 H Colquitt Vermont John A Mead Wisconsin Frrncis E McGovern Wyoming Joseph M Carey DISCUSSES HIGH COST OF LIVING Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Ad dresses Delegates to American As sociation of Farmers Institute Workers WASHINGTON Nov HiThat employment of Government methods in crop raising enables theI fsttmer to produce larger props on smaller acreage was emphasized in reports presented Tuesday by prominent framers who are attending the American Association of Farmers Institute Workers Practically allof the States and Territories are repre sented among the delegates Secretary of uabaddressed the delegates and gave it as his opinion that the department best work wrs in making official tests and laboratory work effective through the medium of farmers in stitutes He also discussed the bumper crops the high cost of living and tho wide margin between the price obtained by the farmers and by the middle men distributors of the farm products He said the solution- lllyin buying in large quantities in selling direct from the producer t the consumer or some other such step to cut down the middlemen profit The Association of Food Control comprising State officials charged with the enforcementof the haws relating to the branding and composition of cattle foods was addressed by Dr Harvey W Wiley the chiefof the Department of Agriculture old manufacturers of cattle foods dis cussed with time delegates the outline of a model law framed by a special committee The Nation Assoc ion of Seed Analysis also held a con rentpnINFLUENCE OF BOA CONSTRICTOR Thought to Have Relieved Woman of Rheumatism Suffers Relapse When Reptile Dies KEWANEE ILL November 16 Spotted Dandy the elevenfoot Hum doo boa constrictor brought to the Ironic of Mrs Ada Packard here last month because of her repeated de clnralions that she would surely lie unless her great desire for the prcsI ence ofa snake in her home was gratified died Monday night Mr s Packard who had steadily improcdsince she had acquired the snake as a pet immediately suffered a relapse attributed by her to the strange influence upon her condition by the proximity of the serpent S sudden was her decline tIlf tat her request arrangements were at once made to bring a nineteenyearold rattlesnake here from Massachusetts to replace Spotted Dandy Mrs Packard had been suffering from rheumatism recently and in steadof using gloves in handling time serpent used her bare hands She believes that by so doing her ailment was imparted to the snake and had something to do with causing his death CARELESS HUNTERS Mr R J Sidwell who lives south o fthe city on the Two Mile road Wednesday discovered that one of his large fat Siogs had been shot in time jaw Mr Sidwell declined to pout his farm iuid this is his reward The injury was doubtless done by a careless hunter as many hunters were on his place Tuesday and Wednesday morning CLUTCHED AT DOGS THROAT Until He Lest Consciousness Was Experience of Brooklyn Man Brute Killed in Struggle 1GIUIItheand a huge bulldog lying still on time sidewalk the mails strong fingers closed and hidden in the thick hide of the brutes throat The dog Was dea dITile man stripped of half hitclothes and turn and red with scores of wounds still breathed He i Thomas Mohan a teamster 21 years old 126 Wychoff street M he told the surgeons in the Long Island College Hospital hours later When he stopped to pet the dog it turned on him Medians hand wa caught and gripped in the brute steel jaws Time struggle ways on The end came only when pain and weakness brought the man to Iris knees for the last time unable tom cope with his enemy except face to foce Forgetting all else but the need of femuraof dying himself beneath its jaws the teamster put all his strength into an effort to strangle the beast He was bitten again and again before his fingers found a firm hold on the dogs throat but once there he held on and on and on until the sky end earth dogbgrew to monstrous size and faded away When conscious purpose was guile Mehan still gripped His fingers never relaxed even after he had fal len senseless beside the carcass his conquered foe ofI ARRSTD AT SIDE OF DEAn HUSBAND Woman Charged With Complicity in Murder of Man Said to Have Beer Accidently Shot- COLUMBUS OHIO Nov 10 While seated at the bier of her husband Monday night Eltie L Mill hol larid with herbrolher A L Lockhart were arrested at the instigation of the authorities of Silvcrton W VaI They mac charged with knowing the circumstances of tire dca thof the husband and brotherinlaw James Mulholland Time bitty of Mulhol land was brought here Monday and the death certificate stated that he met his end through accidental shooting A portion of Mulhollands face torn away bore out the certificate Monday night Captain C 11Dyer of the Police Department received vord flllll thc Slreriff at Silvcrton to arrest the wife and brodmerim law The Sheriff explained over the tele phone tat the Coroner returned u verdict that Mulholland came to his death from gunshot wounds inflicted by unknown parties Thc body of Mulhollrind was found just outside of the home where Mrs Mulhollands fancily lives in West Virginia Mrs Mulholland at Ctn tral Police Station Monday night em phatically denied that cither her brother or herself caused the death of Mulholland MUST REMAIN AT MATTEAWAIt Attorney General OMalley Files Affidavit in Opposition to Appeal of Mrs Thaw to Have Son Removed ALBANY N Y Nov 16 Altorney General OMalley filed in time Court of Appeals Monday affidavits in op position to the appeal of Mrs Mary C Thaw in her application for the transfer of her son Hurry K Thaw who killed Stanford White from Mtteawan State Hospital to some other asylum within the State Among the affidavits is one by Dr Amos T Baker the first assistant physician at Mntteawan who says Thaws 8ur- rounclings in Matteawai are more congenial than they would be in a civil institution The appeal proba blywill be argued Friday Dr Baker alleages that since Thaw was committed to Mritteawan he Jias gained thirty seven pounds In weight s is permitted to play cards Frithcoii genial companions to receive Vlsl11 tors to take outdoor exercise the best literature and is not led to associate with anyone morL ally not his equal intellectually and One of Mrs Thaws contentions is that her son is c associa-te with patients who use vile lan guage Ill his presence and who often assault him Dr Baker says these assertions are wholly unfounded He gave the routine of Thaws oc cuP rtioms throughout the day which included reading duties as bookcus tedian exercises rind three hours daily for time reception of visitors He said Thaw is permitted to smoke cigars and dtmiilgt the evening hours usually engages in a game of cards known as 50Qmm grme play by four persons 115s constant partner according to Dr Baker i an accountant of good appearance and deportment in the hospital The third patient in the game is an in nirance nun of good education a11- ddeportment and the fourth is a member of a highly respectable family STORE HOUSE 18 ERECTED Mr T L Trimble Will Build Busi ness House and Conduct General Merchandise Business Mr T L Trimble who recently purchased the house of D W Owen in South Park is having a store house ercctcclOil time rear of his lot facing the Muddy Creek pike and will eon duct a general merchandise business HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM Goes to Richmond Where They Will Play Game With Schrcl Team cf That City The Winchester High School football team left Wednesday morning for Richmond where they arc scheduled to play the Richmond High School team The local team is composed of the following students John Ed- monds Iiobert Bean Silvesta Dinel li Guy Brookshire Marion Martin Earl Canner Clarence Boan Willian Clark Vernon Todd Oliver Stevens old WillitMn Hardinir TO MAKE HOME IN WINCHESTER Dr M L Myers Will Remove Family From Mt Vernon and Practice Profession Here Dr M L MejCrs of Mt Vernon wsts here Wednesday arranging for office room and a residence and will move here within the next few week Dr Meyers is a pnmunent dentist of Mt Venom and will leave a good practice He was here several months since and was so impressed with Winchester and the opportunities here that he decided to move his family to this city and practice his profession FUNERAL SERVICES OF MRS ALICE GILKEY Will Be Held at First Christian Church en Thursday Morning at 10 Oclock The funeral services of Mrs Alice Gilkey who died Tuesday morning complications will be held at the First Chrustian church Thursday morning at 10 oclock The services will be conducted by Rev J H Mac Neill Burial in the Winchester cent eteryMrs Gilkey WIf 55 years of age and before her marriage was a Miss Scearce She was twice married Her first husband was Mr Joe Owens deceased Her second husband was Mrs Will Gilkey Who survives Be sides her husband she issuryived by onesister ilrk G Wi West of this id1Se1ealle CANTRllL MAYBE UNSEAHO Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin Has Decided to Contest the Eligibility of Cantrill- FRANKFORT KYXovember 10 Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin has decided to contest the eli gilibility of Congressman Campbell Cantrill to take his seat when tin next Congress is convened Rankin is the defeated Republican candidate in the Seventh District hile he dues not hope to be seated in Can trills place he will urge that Can trills seri be declared vacant on the ground that the Court records of Franklin County wit show that he has been charged with accepting 1500 while a member of the Stat Senate given to him by Banker Join C Noel of this city in the Capitt site location matter Rankin made u statement Monday in which he sid The Democrats ii this state are talking about contesting the seat of Caleb Powers on lime ground that he was chargedwith an offense making him ineligible to Con gress and was not lealedor acquitted of it Before the campaign in the Seventh District began rJfidavih were made and a disposition of Jolty Noel was given in which Noel states that he had given Canh ill 1500 while Cantrill was a member of tin State Senate and that Cantrill aftcrI wrrd changed his vote on the Capil tolsite location My friends hay come to time conclusion that I shonU contest Cantrills election and limn justIThe announcement of Commission a er Rankin lots not come as a sur prise as many of the campaign Workers for the Republicans were heard to sny that if Cantrill was 10t elected and the House was Republi can he would not bepcrmitted to take his seat FUNRA OF MRISIMfON M BOONE Will Be Held at Residence of Hk Sin Mr S Clay Boone on Hick man Street The funeral services of Mr Simeor M Boone who died suddenly at hi residence fin Lexington Tuesday moi ning will be held at the residenci of his son Mr S Clay Boone Hickuiun street in this city Thurs day morning at 10 oclock The services will be conducted bt Rev Richard French Following lh services the body will be taken to tin Winchester cemetery for intenncnl Followil1 prllbcarcrsrW T Gordon Geo G Hunt T M Rrpard M II Gardner J Q Boone Nathan Golde- nNOTED ARTIST PASSES AWAY John LaFarge Officer of the Legici of Honer of France Dies in Pri vate Sanitarium PROVIDENCE R L NolJohn La Farge ollicer of time Legioi of Honor of France Americans fore most painter died Monday night ii time Butler IlospitttJ a private sanita ium in this city Mr LaFarge had been a patient of the sanitarium for the past three mouths after a short stay at New port following his removal there from New York City where for some time he had been a patient in tin Hahnemann Hospital Denthr was due to a complication of diseases and oMage No ar ran Clnents for the funeral have been made Time decedent was horn in New York March 31 1835 When but a youth he studied architectural decor coutllnlingeant Perry of Newport R L His principal work was the painting of religious subjects He painted some flowers a few portraits and man y landscapes V y For a time he made illustrations for books and magizincs and then de voted himself to mural painting mostly of a 10US or ecclesiastical character Afterward he was for years devoted to the making of stain cd tubvented time new method known in Europe as the American changing and reforming the entire art of glass staining from time making of the new glass by new methods to tale painting of the same His dcpfeitions are scattered in churches and residences in Chicago Cleveland Philadelphia Washington Detroit and elsewhere Mr LaFarge wa sthe suithor of Artists Letters from Japan Ar tist and Writer and Lectures on let SELLS STOCK IN- NlW COMPANY Mr J Woo Bales One of the Incor porators of the New Winchester Grocery Company Disposes of Steck Mr J W Bales one of the incor porters of the new Winchester Grocery Company was here a fewI days since selling stock in the com pany Time new company trilluu January 1st 1911 take over the tock on hands of the Winchester Grocery Company now conducted by Mr Showalter The stockholders of the company will all be composedof retail grocer mcu and be operated time mutual plan Their plrn is to interest 200 or 300 retailers who will take stock in the company The stockholders will elect three of them number directors of the company The directors will employ man to operate the business who will fill bond for stock and hold his position during satisfactory service but may be discharged at any by the directors Time operator will receive a com mission for his services mal will pay Jl the running expenses of the bus iness They will save the expense ol traveling salesmen the fat salary of wealthy jobber the loss of debts interest on time investment whicl toil leasily amount to 7 per cent cu nil purchases from time company There are a number of such organ izations in the country snd they arc ill being successfully operated and giving entire satisfaction to their stockholders They lose no debts be raise no mums credit is good with the company for more than thS amount of paid up stock he owns in time company and any stockholder can surrender his stuck at time nail be paid for same by the company al par value There is no chance of loss on ac count of the operator being undi bondand the stockholders are at liberty to sever their connections wit the company at will Time jobber is right he assembles a stock of mci 3handise and enables the retailer t buy in small quantities the many dif ferent items he has in stock hut he i ompelledto charge a profit on hi sales and by the retailers joining to ether in this way they will be able to save his profit The incorporators stale that thoit will be 100000 worth of stock sold before they let up This will make i strong concern and there is n reason why this organization shout lot become one of the strongest the State The best class of mer chants in this section of the Stat ire taking stock in the company- C C Becker of Bryantsville Ky w L Cotton of Cottonburg Ky S Nl Welch of Irvine Ky and J W Bales of Berea Ky ere the corporators of the company They 110 retail merchants and file doing this work in order to save the profs f the jobbers for themselves their neighbor merchants ONE HUNDRED NEGRO WORKMEN Pass Through Winchester to Work on Nine Mile Extension of L E IRailroad negroes from here Wednesday morning on their way to Jackson where they go to work on the nine mile extension of the L Ey rail Toad The negroes came in a special car on the Th N railroad and were transferred totbe L E road T J rt i WEATHER Unsettled Weather Wednesday Thurs day Prcbably Rain DECISION IN BURLEY CASE Federal Judge Cochran Holds That Original Petition Fails to Show So cietys Operations Subject to In terstate Law Over a year ago suits wore filed by independent tobacco nwmtfacturcrs against Clarence LeBus and the Bum Icy Tobacco Society Time plaintiffs asked damages tot aling GDSJ23J5 this amount repre senting threefold the dumpies which they allege they have suffered Time companies in the suit are Clark iScott of Scranton Pa Frismnth Brothers of Philadelphia Lovcll Buflington of Coviugton Ivy and time FL O Eshelby Tobacco Company of CincinnatiThe alleged that Ken tucky tobacco is required for manu facturers in Virginia Pennsylvania New York New Jorsay Illinois Mis souri Louisiana and other States of the Union and that it would thereby become a commodity of interstate commerce Tile plaintiffs purchased 8400 pounds of the 1900 crop of white bur ley and 372475 pounds of the 1007 crop of white burley for which tho society exacted a price of 18408 cents per pound for the 1907crop when it is alleged to have been worth only 8281 cents per pound Federal Judge Cochran at Coviirg ton holds that the original petition fails to show that the societys oper ations are subject to the provisions of the interstate law Leave to file amended petition is granted lint the time in which this must be done has not been fixed The defendants were represented by Senator W 0 Brrdlcy Pcndlplon Bush Bush of Winchester Kand T L Edclen and John R Allen HENRY MARTIN IS IMPROVING Was at First Thoughtto Be Fatally f Injured But is Newton Road to Recovery Reports from the residence of lietnb ry Martin who was struck in the iiecd by Narva Charles Monday af ternoon stated that he was much iui proved Wednesday morning and hop es are now held for his recovery Martin it is said was drunk on Molt day afternoon and was trying to start a quarrel with Charles When Charles started away from him Martin went after him with his knife and Charles hit him over the heal with a billiard cue with such force that time heavy part o fthe cue was broken in several places A small artery in his herd yodllesdnyjfeared Tuesday morning Martin tend several sinking spells and it was thought he was dying Dr Brotfn Ishmael the attending physician also stated Wednesday morning that his condition was so much improved thlit he felt hopeful of his recovery- AUDITORIUM The two acts that played at the Auditorium theatre Monday jind Tuesday night were not up to time standard and the management in or der to bring his bill up to the best has arranged for two splu1i ll acts for Wednesday and Thursday nightsqThe bill for Wednesday anbexceptionally strong one herring two high priced teams and two pictures j that are nbov ethic average The opening act on the bill is hthc two BostonSans Savage aimdyDecrotean the German boy and mils Irish sweetheart a novelty comedy talking and singing act Drisko and Carl in their original musical playlet In the Twilight is no doubt the best act that has appeared at the Auditorium theatre for some time Jho house will be thoroughly heated 10 1 that every person attending can en l joy one of the best shows of the sitson iiAwiEsIir FOR RENTThree unfurnished rooms suitable for light house keeping Possession immediately Apply to Robbins News office U153ti I v 1 h Page Tway ii T HEWIlwC STEt R NEWS p J THE WINCHESTER NEWS Lt Igrw r- v 3 An Independent Newspaper- r t t Published by op The Winchester News Co K Incorporated 1 a r ice XO9I II South Main Street Winchester Kentucky path Dally Except Sunday li Entered as secondclass matter postofficeintof March 3 1879 latb Pfconis Ko 81 SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail JDaily one year 300 Six Months 150 One Month 25 ijiM Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch JlOne time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 ltne calendar mo continuously 300 Fur weeks 4 times a week 210 Po ur weeks three time sa week 180 ftFtur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type 71c Puro reading nfcws heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word- yl insdtftioir ttriy etlition li- irceU insertions Continuously 2c Each three additional msertionslc continuouslylOet tilfllM No item charged on books foi less than 25 cents rUts PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGH 1 APVERHSING BY THE- ft f l tGENERAL OFFICES hufr NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 1Lr WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1910 WHAT JACOB RIIS THINKS nt ij Jacob Riis is the greatest practical eiiphilanthrdpist of1 the age Ho does his work aihdiig the poor without os tentation lie is a personal friend of tCol Raosexcltv He has lust returned from afoifilniofilljs stay in Germany In an interview referring to the late V fclcctitmilnj said U r Jlowjfocjlisjj It is for the people to Tregard the election of last Tticsdaj in the ba Democratic victory waifiAck oI dill the voles cast on Tuesday eUferc is a litter l that is greatei than Democracy raid llepublicanism Hfiljic principle of progressivism The people who in the light of the election Lsult are predicting a Democratic tPiesidc11t in tWo ycars are allowing onlYIIIipparent victory Will Roosevelt be the pirtyV candidate in 1912 he was asked gmHc dl1 sock that Withr him it is uhva sfnethtds lard not men dlIacceptr1lie will not dodge such airissue candidateHl so repre sent time issjiie U d fNutill fifty years have the Demo rBits IuulitU an opportunity to act Isible I Ii There isillways an evening up I When nvq write about the short 1I inks of the Republicans iCicy dont plcusIm ts they are mad and the ife Republicans are delighted l3rotifer jftuikiu says that if Hie I Democrats contesl the seat of Caleb Irvelsthat ho will contest that of glOundsthatII On previous occasions it has been Wkhc fet tumi bf the Democratic part Ito go in in a ft wave rProsperityand wta VabJtofadversity 1ol1t wellVVWQJtl r if iiriiiir f ni thpJ WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED present conditions of his party No man in or ct of flicc over c1Qltrod his friends to placate his enemies Unit did not make a mess of it Objection wns made during thee campaign in Wisconsin that Francis K jMeGuvern the Republican nom inee for Governor had no wife Mr McGovem promised in his speeches that if elected he would get married He was elected and it is now up to williconsunrcstlictec1fwomun oming Wyoming allowed women to frolli1118Gn the suffrage to Women in 1898 and Idaho and Utah in 1895 In this good year Washington the most progressive State in the Union has given women the right of suffrage Popc once said Fur forms of gay eminent let fools contest Wlwitero it best administered best hanging forms of Government or political parties will not better conditions uni less honesty fair tlei ling and pat riQti ism take the place of old abuses As is only too evident political cos rnption Cant exist in nil parties and i all forms of government Wiiatcvei the abuses the ultimate remedy rest with the people They hn o thejow er all that is needed is to use that power wisely Earlinglon Bee The Mobile Register says tht peo pIe of China want a Legislature Reader do you know of any old sec ondhand Legislature that we conk let China have Monroe Enquirer Yes by granny weve got a Demo cratic Legislature right here in North Carolina that the Chinks en have andelcollleThe Yello Jacket The Chinese are a simple people Maybe two call be worked uhfOr thcmr have one that we do nol need A UNIQUE PAPER jrhe INcwsRccord published at Uindman Knott comity Ivy i unique in some respects Time editoi is evidently a man of thought and IHU a way of giving the news that isin tCl sting Time following are sonic extracts from a recent issue Monroe Holliday son of Green Llolliduy met up with a mad bull tht other dry and was gored severely would have been killed had not the hull tossed hirti over a bank beyond his reach We still receive letters from cor respondents for publication without their own names being signed to their articles for the benefit of those whit persist in sending these articles without their name being divulged We will not publish them Most fjvrmcrs aresoorkbifilllc that they even work their butter and like all else it is the better for being worked The mann who will not re1llICWS pauis is ujilh the t olld about s6 much as a blind pig chin Pago and family are mov ing to 15 D Martins farm on Talcrss Branch The llyltuu and Johnson girls all weiit i ersiimnun hunting today while otheis went ehestnut Mulling =Win and Martia linircngrged in a pitched battle fhe other day Bill Stdnc D glpgiCtJlgl1t fqur cooiis tkp otheLilNrht C ExSupt Bob Mxirtiu has aiine herd of liogs which he is training to- feeLon te6ws lialt iuw ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY on Thanksgiving By the way are there any plaices on your poultry house or barn which will allow your birds to get out or some night prowler to gCtilllThy not have us send you lumber enough to make them se curc DontXvait till your Thanks rhiiig dinner is stolen Do it now roost at night in order to carry on llif training successfully Bob finds it nccessary to sty out with the hogs It is supposed that he will do flue on the mast We kindly thank our friend W W Craft for the loan of a book entitled Making a country neW lJi1pCIc presume our readers realize the need we have for instruction along that line IN SESSION AT COURT IIOUSE Eastern Eclcctric Associaticn Con venes For AilDay Meeting and Interesting Program is Rendered The annual meeting of the Eastern Eclectric Association convened iii Winchester Wednesday morning Tin meeting which is in session for only one tiny was held nt the court house The meeting WIlS callcdto order at 10 oclock and Dr J A B Evans secretary read the minutes of last roars meeting which was held here Dr J C Milchel of Louisville read a report of the work done by tIll State Hoard of Health of which he i a member After this report wn received the meeting adjourned It meet at 1 oclock Tfco adjournment WAS Liken on account of a number oi the members being unable to get here beforc noon During the afternoon papers wen read by members otIhe association UrL pUuirIf Fleming county read a pillar tfl9flhhiiflO of MinT Over Body lie was followed by lrLee Spouse of ovington who revi a pajer on The Practice of Medi cine Other papers will be read dur ing the afternoon and officers for lh onsuing yonu will be elected Those in atteiidaiieeare Dr 1 P Muff Phttiimers banding Dr LlC Strouse Covington Dr J C Mitch ell Louisville Dr J H Kliullz Dr 1 A Eo Evans Farmers end Dr W 4C Price Dr P h Robbins of Sal Lick the President of the Associa tion did not arrive here until oclock in the fternoon lIlI rii Capital 2 SIOOOOP Undivided Profits 200000 WinchesterEan E01- 1ilWINCHESTER KY j N H WITHERSOON President tW R SPMAR Cashier S LielTs YOUR r ACCOUNTS T SAVES AN IOWA MANS LIFT The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsnc of West Burlington Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous cum tiYt power of Electric Bitters For af ter eight months of frightful suffer ing from liver trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kidney tronI bles and never Onl 50eI at the Winchester drug storef FOR m pmmy l i Seven Berkshire boars ready fat service and three gilts J C McClure R RNo5 Winchester Ivy 1114tf- MICH DISTRESSV S11PVLY ANISHfS Indigestion Gas Heartburn cr Dy sjjjCjsia Go and Ycu Will Feel Fine in Five Minutes tIf yoirliad some Diapcpin handy and otfirrtakai little iipw your stomach distress or Indigestion would vanisli in tie minutes and you would fuel tine 55 0 JThis Jiffa rMiSks jncilaia lion will di Best anything yotl cat rind overcome a sour outofordcr stomach before you realize it If you meals dont tempt you r what little you do cat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach or if you have heart burn that is a sign of Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50cent erase of Papes Iiapepsin and take a little just as soon as you can There will be no sour risings no belching ofundigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nau sea Debilitating Headaches Dizzi ness or Intestinal griping This will allpro alnlr idlawth rc will be no undigeslcd food leftover in the stom ach to poison yourbrcath with nruse ous odors Papes DSapapsin fs certain cure for ouloforder stomachs because it prevents feriiicsntntidn and takes hold of your food mid digests it just the sumac asif asitrthere X Relief in five minutes from all stoma ach misery is at allY drug store writing for you These large oOceiit cans contain more thorriiglilvrlcure almost any case ol Dyspepsia Indigestion 01 any other stomach dis tUlbauceow ENGLISH BERKSHIRE GILTS BRED IN THE PURPLE English Berkshire gilts weight 151 pounds for sale at farmers prices W T Ogden Winchesteri Ky llonu phone 102 1015IH New suits aiid cloaks fresh fron the makers needle These have ar l erl1101 nnaoiit ii lc vV4 The Currv Try Goods ComiiPanyl FOx HUNTERS ASSOCIATIONI Will Hold Its Seventeenth Annual Field Trials at Crab Orchard Springs Beginning November 18 The National Fox Hunters Associ SeClltecllthnlllllJ11111field The trials arc open to the world and will begin Friday morning with the Derby for hounds IS months of age or younger The Allage Stake open to all fox momingllhc bo held Monday afternoon A num her of Madison county hunters will go und join in the hose Mine Capt Willis and wife of the hostI Hotel rue preparing a good all who attend Of course the menu will be as good as tire market ctrl afford 1Cnso111ablcx 111431 HOMEMADE CANDY Mrs II II Phillips lOlIemI Candyon sale at Beans 1I and Strodes ding store NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Har rodsburg Ky hut for years they saw every ultemptlo cure a lung ling cough fail At last I tried Dr lungs New Discovery Time was wonderful It soon stopped tin cough and I rm now in better health than 1 have had for years This won derful life saver is an unrivaled rem edy for coughs colds lagrippe asth ma croup hemorrhages whooping I 41100TrialWinchester Drug Co r 7R P SCOBEE 6 SON CO I cmotrOtATED LUMBERRough c SASH DOORS AND BLINDS SHINGLES j r CAV ROOFING the best that can I3c bought RUBBER ROOFING- as good as any Home Phone 47 East Tenn Phono 147 4c IN STAMPS IIONL f6r a sample bottle ol the FRENCH PERFUME I Write at once to our American Offices Send and we will mail you a sample of the most exquisite delightful extract you ever ued Retail price 7c for a k rye bottle All Dealers Ij Pliili t1I ERIE ED PIW3 DEPTM ED PIHAUO lOGJ rCCV YORKI l t lli lli li it Give Us All Your Laun dry Monday and Tuesday as we want to Fat Tur ThursdayWinchester Co n tLOTBING INSURANCEn is a new one yet with every garment the label of STE5NTBLOCH E we issue a policy ojF insurance that it will give you all the wear that you could possibly expect forless price than you pay for other high class clothing We will also guarantee that thelt 11splendidkeeptBe style and fit rightThere until they are worn out We show Suits and Overcoats4v vf fi m10 to 25 tfv Come in and see them try them on see the stymie and fit right if6Van tI cur policy of instirp J1UCjtL iC will do the rest rr f y WearetheoulstrictlyPRGElio- use in the town L fl n ALLAN If MURPHY I j I bks J i Jv i1 1 Ftf 4- y i tt f o t tj r F i t 1 ft THE WIltHE8TLR NEWS r t 7 TIwiI irJ 1 MR HUNTER Have you ever exp rienced trouble in getting drinking water while hunting Why not take THERMOS BOTTLE They keep water ice cold three days IC H BOWENJeweler 29 S Main St WINCHESTER tv RYJ I t SOCIETY SupperIf held at the residence of Mrs John Swope in the fr Bounty on Saturday November 19 or the benefit of the Kiddville church Everybody invited i Social Session Mjlttf Epworth League of M E ch Soutli met in social session wltiijLMrs Walker Lancaster on Mon ijiay evening November 14 at 8 oclock Music was furnished by the Col CVCIuugServed ff Entertainfetopiier of this county most charm entertained few friends at Their home on Saturday evening Acry pleasant evening was spent and many pleasan games were en toyed 5 Those present were Misses Bes 4feie Lanter Joan Armina Stella Katherine Sewell Emma and Lizzie JJElkin Ethel Merritt Mary Eubank Lou and Miss Kindred Messrs Benlanlbhhllicand Hugh Pigg Homer Butler Frank mid Edgar Thomas Nathan Lipscomb and John Lisle Avariety of luscious fruits was verygreatly V StaffordRiley The f6116 wing invitations have been received by friends here Iran l rsJ W Riley request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their laughter Myrtle Thomas to Mr Charles Julian Staf f9n1on Thursday November 24th J1910 at eight oclock p m at M E church South Morehead Kentucky J iKings Daughters will meet on Friday afternoon following the Bible class meeting All members are rc presentt Bazaar will ibe held on December 2 and 3 Mr William Ashcraft is visiting at Beattyville his old home and enjoy ing a hunting expedition Miss Rosa Baldwin is in Cincin busincssIMurphy attended the Henry Wood at Ml Sterling Mr Will Duckworth is visiting relatives at Sharpsburg this week I Rev G W Shepherd who has been willbleave Thursday for his home in Lake IOpUdan land Fla Mrs Shepherd andchil dren will reach this city Wednesday night and Rev Mr Shepherd will superintend the removal of the house hold goods Mrs J C Dougherty and Mrs Joicy Burgin are attending the Gen eral Baptist Association at Cyn thiana frs Waltc r Botkin left Tuesdny afernqon lo join her husband in Los Angeles Clvhcre he has a lucrative position Mr George Darnaby of Lexington who was stricken with paralysis recently is somewhat better Mr Dar naby is the father of Miss Ida Dar naby of this city Messrs J W Chambers John Al len and AJ Earp are attending tlc General Baptist Association at Cyn tliiana as messengers from the Con teal Baptist church Mrs Jesse Boude of Lexington will attend the MacNeillStewarl weddingMr Mrs T C Hardesty and children of Cincinnati have leased Mrs Hansons residence on French avenue and will make their home here Mrs Minnie Bellof Huntington W Va is here to attend the funeral of her fosteii mother Mrs Mice Gil keyMr Ilenfy Scearce of the Confederate Home Louisville is here to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Alice Gilkey Mrs IL Atkinson of Mt Sterling and Miss Ella Hughes of Owings vine were shopping in Winchester WednesdayMr Brown of Kokorito Ind arrived Tuesday at noon to attend the MrcNeillStcwart wedding Mr Will Gilkey was called from California by the illness and death of his wife Mrs Alice Gilkey Misses Jay and Bessie Daingcr field of Lexington spent Wednesday with Mrs W It Thomas and Miss Ethel Thomas Miss Louella Ecton is ill at her home on Lexington avenue Mr and Mrs Stewart Jones of Lexington spent Tuesday with thi formers mother Mrs R W Jones Mrs Carrie Buckncr is visitiiv Mrs P n Winn in Lexington Mr and Mrs A J Read have re turned from Chicago Mrs Stanley Clay of Indian Fieds is visiting her mother Mrs Talitha GrigsbyMrs Albert Clay of Indian Fields is visiting Mrs Clay Boone Mr George lion will leave Thursday for a business trip to the South TULIP Mr and Mrs Broadns of Collcg Hill visited friends here Saturday HERE YOU ARE No 1 Norway Mackerel large and fat lOc a piece Genuine Big Sandy Sorghum This is the first sorghum we have been able to buy this year and as the supply is short we advise 1buying early to GallontHeintzs Prepared Mince Meat Like mother makes absolutely pure all the fruit being cut and cleaned by hand 20 cents per pound 41 Heres Your Chance Have a t Variet- yMacNeill Weathersr Both Phones No40 CLIFTON B ROSS I ROUSING VALUES IN WINTER MERCHANDISE A beautiful assortment of Blankets anct Comforts has justs v yy arrivedand is now on display at our store Ourv Readytowear Department- is complete and we are showing all the latest weaves and rt styles at reasonable prices Tailored Suits SIS GO to S5OQO Our stock also includes all the accessories for a perfect winter toilet not the least ofwhichis a big line of Handsome Furs SiJks in solid colors checks and plaids are shown at our f counters and our display of t l BroadclothsIcannot be excelled Ask for prices on our Alligator Skin Pocketbooks which are Always In Style CLIFTON B ROSS and Sunday S Tand Wm Re Owen of Win Suncday Mrs Lou Bush and Miss Fannie Stafford of near Winchester were guests of Miss Mollie Owen Sunday Mrs S F King and Miss Powell of Ruckerville were guests of Mrs Alice Sunday llfrand Mrs Dave McKinney awl childm of Madison county were guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Hampton a few days the past week Fount Finnel of Chilesburg at tended the quarterly meeting here Sunday Miss Mildred Owen of Flanagan and Miss Powell of Ruckerville were SundayMissconfined to her room the past week with tonsilitis The great Thanksgiving Linen Sale begins next Friday The Curry Dry Goods Company 11143t SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS jSeasonable I AMERICAN ffDERATION OF LWIN SESSION Opening Session is Turned Into In surgent Rally and Name of Cannon is Greeted With Jeers ST LOUIS Nov 1GThe thir teenth annual convention of the American Federation of Labor begali lucre Monday and will conliniic for two weeks Tli9 morning session was devoted to welcoming the delegates and honorary guests some of them from England The afternoon session was devoted to reports of thee president Samuel Gompers the secretary Frank Mor rison and the treasurer John B LennonAn elaborate entertainment pro gramme has been provided for the delegates They will not be required to pay street car fare while enroute to the meeting place in the residence New or AutumnI Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets fobs Lapel Chains Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets Baldwin DrosSign of Big Wath 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 5100000 Surplus 51000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and aften promptly and i carefully aU busfneas entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres j W Poynter AsstCas1 f jTT district of the city Meals are to be served in a hall adjoining the convenr tion room so that the delegates will not lose time away from the conven tion The opening session was turned in to an insurgent political rally by Ones Miller president of the Missouri Federation of Labor Jeers greeted the name of Joseph G Can non and loud applause welcome the name of Ohamp Clark The labor movement is greatter than any party platform said Pres ident Gompers in responding to thi addresses of welcome because it i govrned by a principle as true as nature itself and because it expresses the discontent of the masses PHOEBES ROMANCE IN QUALITY STREET New College Play Under Above Titl is Progressing Nicely and Will B Put on Sooncf The new college play Phoebejs Romance in Quality Street is pro gressing nicely The old members of the cast are playing with better spit it and appreciation than ever before and the new members are going into the work with great zeal and marked successThe play tells a very pretty story of human heart interest The time is that of the Napoleonic wars The situations are quaint and full of in terest and all are extremely funny The rehearsals are going with such dash and excellence that the play will be staged immediately after Thanksgiving The settings will be appropriate to the time and occa sion and something very unique will be seen in the way of costuming This play promises to exceed the standard set by those of last year and the year before It will be en tirely by local talent and will not de pend upon the burlesque element for its success It is a production of real worth and will be acted in a manned equal to that of many of the socall ed professional companies that are seen on the smaller circuits f j In Caw of a Ruth Prospective Tenant No Im afraid this hat would be too stall I might- tswamto grow a beard =Life a PRICES ARE ON ITHE DECLINE 11BeenCHICAGO Ill Nov 1GThe pric es of beef and porkare falling Within the last week the price of beef liasbeen reduced five cents a pound by the uncut packers The price of pork has declined about three cents from the price of 18 and 20 cents a week ago and wholesale meat dealers say that mut ton veal and other products of the packinghouses will take a downward turn within the next few days Prices of the first grades of beef have been falling for about a Week paid Frank A JVoehlSng They didnt go off all at once but the packing houses have been com lug down about halfa cent at a time until now the price for prime beef is between four and five cents lower than it was last week at this time and that of the best grades of pork is from two to three cents lower This applies of course to the fine roast beef and steaks for the ordinary quality has not fallen off and I do not think it wi- llFALSERUMOR IS CORRECTED No Truth in Statement That Jake Noble Slayer of Wesley Turner Had Been Arrested JACKSON Ky Nov 1GThere is no truth in the report sent out Mon day tlval Jake Noble had been while resisting wrest in Knott county Noble is stillat large and has neither been seen nor heard of by the officers since the night he killed Jail er Wesley Turner Rumors have been current here daily for nearly a week to the effect that Jake haul died with his boots on but investigation proved that there was no foundation for any of the stories Wesley Turner Sr was Mondry appointed Jailer of Bieathitt county by County Judge J Wise Hagins to till the vacancy caused by the death of Jailer J Wesley Turner Jr who was lulled by Noble on the night of the election The newlyappointed Jailer is the father of the late Jailer and is 80 years of age Another cnnaid was reported from Salycrsville Magoflin county to the effect thin Jake Noble came near be ing arrested there about lark by sew eral men who had been following him for several days according to the report was eating supper at thee house ofa man named Arnett when his pursuers arrived and were told by Ametts daughter that a strange man was stopping there The story mcieinSjunco but made his escape Cora munication with Salycrsville by tel ephone proved the falsity of the story FALLING HAIR EASY TO STOP IT AND MAKE LUSTROUS AND BEAUTIFUL yoIneed a daily hair dressing read win Mrs Hettie Hodgmnn of NelsouvilJ Eric County Ohio writes June 1910 about Parisian Sage I used Parisian Sage for Tallin hair and find it the finest thing I eve lienrd of My hair was falling ou by combs full and I could run fingers through it and they wwii hang full of loose hair 1 wash my hair and got u bottle 6f Purism Sage and used two applications I could see a great difference It hair was lustrous Mid nice rued 1m almost stopped falling out and by tli t use of one more bottle it sfopped ai together For women for men or for chi dren Parisian Sage is without an doubt the finest preparation for tl hair It is guaranteed by Phillil to stop lair front falling to Brad catc dsMidruiT and stop itching sea i hi two weeks or money back It H a most daintily perfumed and refreshing hair dressing free from grease or stickiness find ought to be in every home where every member of the family could use it daily Large bottle 50 cents at Phillips and druggists everywhere The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package BASKET BALI 1 SEASON OPENS IFirst Game Will Be Played at Cof lege Gymnasium on Monday Night Between Picked Teams The first ladies basket ball gainja 1of thud season will be played at thi- eoidaiyCollege Gymnasium next night when two picked earns of the college girls will play The material at the college this year is unusually und with the hard work that withthecareful coaching they will undoubf edgy put up an article of basketball that will make the other teams the State Imstle A splendid schedule is being arranged It will include gainesou tile local floor wit htIlc leading ladio teams of Kentucky and also included a number of good ttipsfJ STORM FRUNT1 IS INSTALLED 9 At Washington Street School House Which Will Be Great did in Heating Building x A storm front is being built at th front door of the Washington street school building This is a much neetl ed improvement and will make tl e building much easier to heat and wilt protect the hallway from the snoW- storms which blow in the building dur ing the winter months rlTHE PRINCESS Shoe for Women Especially Styled Dressy For Dress Practical for Street Tan Patent Suede Crav anette Gun Metal Calf 250to500 The Exclusive Store for the Princess Shoe NOTE Whist Counters given away to any one calling at our store McCORD PHILLIPS Opp Court House WINCHESTER KY tiyi r i tf i 4utJla ftlFiIr THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 wft TINS IDEA QF OUHS THAT THEs t ffieii of this community ought to be grateful tb us for tie thugs we do ana the goods we provide is not a very 66minoi ideal in busiiiess The rule is fbr a merchant to feel greatly obliged to his customers as if they were doing Jhim a very great favor to buy his goods time was when tie merchant why could bow the lowest was most popular t 0f L x Jx i tJfti RJ r But in these days things are a little diffenent t and youre glad of it You want the dealer you buy ofto act for your interests to be your agent so id speak in bringing together the kind of mer chandise you want Thats the way we like to- i feel about our business not that were appealing to you for patronage but rather that weve used our best judgment and our best abilities as buyers to get for you the things that you want In doing this weve done you a distinct service i tand all we want now is that you should know it you can buy your clothes elsewhere ifyou please but here youll find the sort of clothes you ought tjN to buy r 1 Hart Schaitner Marx w t l have made for us for you the smartest and best clothes ever produced Whatever anybody else may say or leave unsaid one thing is certain q there are no other clothes made that offer you sdl1 much real value as these I r rI 11 r rWe want to show ybli the new Scotch and English fabrics the new grays browns tans blues in suits the new JI + + fabrics andcolorings in overcoats We wanttd have you see the liver new models in both suits and overcoats i314e1i1R ftls is iegh pfema r rra motile especially for young men but good for any man u 1r Vie want you to see these clothes because it will be worth just as much to you to see them as to us to show them f t 1 tit I fner TlQtX Suits 18 to 30Hart Schaffner Marx Overcoats l8 to X30 f Bloonitields I1I3 T7t r Special Suits and Overcoats Xfi 10 tV 1250 aid i5 t vic BLOOMFIELD CO 3i s is the Dome of Hart s I I F rI t i H 34 1n xl 0 Tiii THE WINCHESTER NEWS LT l Page Five =51W11A1MANNER OF MAN IS THIS I L1zT Even the Winds and the Waves jObey H 1mtJ On the Atlantic i Nov 13 Pastor Russell of the Brooklyn Taber homewardSbound He declares that he greatly en joyed his visit to Great Britain where he preach ed in twelve of the principal cities in cluding three Sun- daysPST9LL in London lIe greatly admired the reverential substrata of religious thought in Britain Whether or not the people are really more holy than their brethren in the United States and tanndn they are he says as a rule more reverential in their demeanor in their attitude toward Divine things Pastor Russell considers public thought in Great Britain to be at least twenty1 years behind that of the States in respect to the Bible as a Divine revelation This is much in their favor ho says The Evolution theory ami socalled Higher Criticism of the Bible have he says wrought great havoc amongst the clergy and more educated people of America He finds in Great Britain the same destructive sentiments at work but they have not yet reached the masses with such force arid poisoning power Faith in God and in the Bible as his Word Pastor Russell has specially sought to Incul cate lIe feels greatly encouraged and hopes to see his friends and the public of Great Britain soon again as they requestHis love for our British cousins has not however diminished his love and interest in Gods people of America If Americans are less rover ential it may also be said that many of them are more independent and more courageous in their convictions respect ing the Truth The British friends should he thinks cultivate an Imo pendence of thought while American Christians losing none of their cour age should cultivate a spirit of rover ence for God for his Word and for all holy things Pastor Russell Is enjoying his usual good health and continues his literary work on the sea as on the land A representative of the American Press Association and a stenographer accompany him Pastor Russells address for today was from the following textWhat manner of man Is this For even the winds and the waves obey him Matthew vIII This text is taken from the Gospel narrative of the storm on the Sea of Galilee during which Jesus was asleep in the hinder part of the vessel until the sturdy seamen appalled by the storm cried to him Master carest thou not that we perish Then the Savior arose and rebukc4 the storm and there was a great calm When the fishermen disciples beheld this they said What kind of person Is this that even the winds and the sea obey him The speaker declared that although more than eighteen centuries had passed the same question is going the rounds of most civilized peoples of the world What manner of man is thlst Some of the best thinkers and noblest hearts of all nationalities Jew and Gentile agree that Jesus of Nazareth was a most wonderful man It is still agreed as in the days of his presence that never man Slake like this man Some indeed called him a deceiver Others said that he was under the con trol of evil spirits Others going to the opposite extreme declared thatq this great Jew was Jehovah himself who for the time was masquerading as a man Wonderful Words of Life Pastor Russell contends that the greatest of all Jews told the truth about himself as well as about other matters When he prayed to the Fa ther with strong cryings and tears in Gcthscmane Hebrews v 7 lie was not shamming lIe was not perpetrating a fraud and deceiving his disciples then and since We have great sympathy for the fel- lowcountrymen of Jesus who failing to understand him caused his execu tion considering him a menace to their institutions His wonderful works his wonderful words of life of which IUs recorded that the public declared never man spake like this nina and in general his wonderful personality seemed really incongruous with his general demeanor Not claiming to be Jehovah not claiming to be his own Eatlicr as some now teach but on the contrary declaring My Father is greater than I he nevertheless claim ed a special relationship to God and this he demonstrated by such miracles nS die lilt of our lesson Had he doije mid said these things as a member of sne of the popular sects of his day he would have been reverenced Had he jollied in with the Pharisees and winked at their interpreting the Law In one way for the people and in an other mauler for themselves he would have received much honor from the rich and the poor the learned and the ignorant But he antagonized all these- l liis humility In mingling with time common people accepting some of thenias his special disciples and send- Ing Ihjjm out as his representatives This specially branded him as foolish In the eyes of the worldlywise This specially discredited him not as ij man and a teacher but parUcutariy- m one who claimed to be the Messiah iho King of glory who was to set up v nn Empire Wit oan well see why worldlywise peopcof that day or this day would con Jer such a person a fraud a pretender a deceiver Ap pearances were against him Jesus declared that the Father sent him and that he deXghted to come in obedience to Jehovahs will to be his agent and servant in the outworking of a great plan for human redemption Those who deny all of this and who have awakened so much confusion amongst Christians and have made the Gospel of Christ impossible to the Jew should give an account of themselves and explain by what authority TeacherITheJesus was merely a farce and that heII as Jehovah merely stepped out of body of Jesus and perpetrated a fraud and pretended to be dead and aroused his disciples so to think and so to teach and pretended later to be raised from the deadthose who thus teach and who thus confuse the minds of all Christendom and Jewry should ex plain away If they can the plain statement of the Apostle that God raised up Jesus from the dead by his own power on the third day Art Thou a King Then Picture the Great Teacher walking with his twelve Apostles a nondescript crowd of those who heard him gladly not many great not many learned not ninny rich not maiiy noble Hear him telling themthose who acknowl edge themselves to be ignorant and learned Acts Iv 13that if faithful to him he would grant them to sit with him in his Throne Judging the twelve tribes of Israel The statement surely seemed fraudulent and he had not the heart to condemn the Jews who so misinterpreted him St Peter did not condemn them but distinctly said I wot brethren that in igno rance ye crucified the Prince of Life as did also your rulers Acts ill 1517 Can we wonder that the learned Jews of that day were confused They did indeed hear of his miracleshis recovering of sight to the blind and of strength to the withered hand of the Impotent man and in the case of Laz urns at least they had demonstration if his power over the dead They per ceived that these miracles were having an influence upon the massesthat they detracted from their own esteem amongst the people They knew that many of Jesus sayings were wonder fully wise and that his criticisms of their own inconsistencies were re markably sharp Yet withal they said we know that he Is a fraud because of his peculiar claim to be the Messiah and the Soaof God This claim of his discountenances all of his teachings and mighty works It cannot be true that he Is the Messiah that our nation has waited for these more than sixteen centuries God would surely send Messiah a sufficiency of demonstration of glory and power to convince the most intelligent of our nation the Scribes and Pharisees and Priests What they all dissent from repudiate and denounce must be false For the Good of the Nation The Jewish wise men of eighteen centuries ago concluded that a man who set the masses agog with antici pation of himself as the MespiahKlng yet was without an army and without financial backing for a campaign would present their nation to the Ro mans in a ludicrous light As a result they might have taken from them at the word of the Emperor the civil and religious privileges anti rights they were enjoying They took counsel and determined that in the interests of the peace of the nation this goldentongucd miracleworker should either be cx posed as a fraud or be killed They rrIed first to expose him by trapping mini in his language in the presence of its followers and the multitude But ils intellect was keener than theirs md the thrusts they made at him re jounded to their own discomfort and xttablisIicU Ills own standing in the estimation of his followers and In time eyes of the people One of these ef forts to show up the hollowness of his claims and their fraudulency and to Jiscourage his followers is worthy of particular notice as it furnishes iis the key to the sentiment of the rulers and also the key to the real facts of the case which those rujcrs failed to discern The Kingdom In Your Midst The influential Jews said Let us mcstion this fraudulent t Messiah re specting his pretentious not with any lope of correcting him but with a view to opening the eyes of his follow ers to the weakness mind fallacy of lila cachings Then they will see the hoi owness of the hopes they are enter aiulng and their foolishness in leav ug their various avocations to be ome his followers in the hope of sit lug with him In his Throne They vlll see that he has no prospect of ever securing u Throne mimi that they are nerely deluded by him in such expec ations They Inquired of him When vill your Kingdom appear How long will it be before you sit upon your hrone and have your followers with tou in the Throne How long before his Messianic Kingdom will rule in Palestine mind extend from its borders 0 the cUlls of the earth After you mve answered us tliese questions we vjll ask you others respecting your Inanclal support and resources your wn qualifications and your subordi ittte ottieers the arias for your sot Hers and time supplies necessary for much a worldcampaign as you are Vbout to begin according to your eaehiugs TIme Great Teachers brief answer jntirrty sihurc d every objection His luestlons lImIt nien been Is raelites Indeed would have been so Icepiy impressed upon them that they would lieve followed up the matter ftiih entirely different line of que nonmg than at first contemplated But they were insincere Hence when their questions intended to entrap the L Teacher and Master were answered and foiled they merely acknowledged their defeat by their silence The an swer was not as Imperfectly trans lated in our Common Version The Kingdom of heaven Is within you hyp ocritical Pharisees but My Kingdom the Kingdom of heaven of which I am ItInot with observation or outward show Ye shall neither say Lo it is nor Lo it is there for it will be eeryI where in the midst of you amongst you invisible but allpowerful Luke xvii 2022 Truly what manner of man was this and what manner of message and Kingdom was his so different from anything the Jews had ever expected Can we wonder that only a comparu tively small proportion of them were in the heart attitude to receive this message respecting a Spiritual King dom We cannot wonder Even his most intimate disciples did not grasp the depth of his teaching until after lila death and resurrection they at Pentecost received the special enlightenment foretold for the servants and handmaidens Joel ii 29 Then understood they the true depth of the teachings of him who spake as compreISon of God who In obedience to the Divine program for Israel and the world had left the heavenly courts and glory of the spirit nature and been made fleshThe man Christ Jesus I Timothy v Thou they under stood not only that he was a perfect man but that through the anointing of the holy Spirit which came upon him at baptism he was indeed Gods Anointed tIme antityplcal Priest anti typical Prophet and antitypical King not that he was these In the flesh but- that time new spirit nature begotten in him through that anointing was perfected in the resurrection and that it is the glorified Christ on the spirit plane who will accomplish all the great things predicted through the prophets blessing all Israel and all na- lions in Gods due time Then they understood the meaning of the Masters words to the ROman Governor My Kingdom is not of this Age if It were then my servants would fight for me and I should not be delivered to death Then they perceived that his Kingdom will be not the less real and powerful tyut the more so be cause a heavenly one a spiritual one which in due time in the Age to come will operate through the nation of Israel just las was originally prom ised HIll expected Israels Hopes Merely Deferred The Apostles discerned that the hopes of their nation were not blasted not destroyed but will all have fulfillment though the time of fulfilling was deferred They saw that in or der to make the Messianic blessing as great as God intended that it should be worldwide and unto eternal life It was necessary that a great sacri fice for sins should lcniadea sacri fice typed for centuries in Israels Atonement Day sacrificesa sacrifice In two parts These two parts are shown in Israels Atonement Daytime bullock of the sinoffering and the Lords goat of the sinoffering Jesus himself fulfilled the first of these the merit of which has bepn applicable to the saintly few of Jews and Gentiles who have during this Gospel Age made a full consecration to walk in the Redeemers footsteps The secondary part of the sacrifice the offering of the goat pictures time sacrificing com pauy of the Lords faithful disciples throughout this Age These under cover of his righteousness suffer with him sacrificially Their reward is to be a share with the Redeemer on the heavenly spirit plane participating in his glory honor and Immortality and in his great work of dispensing the Messianic blessing to Israel mind through Israel to the world Surely neither Jew nor Gentile can object to the Divine arrangement by which so great blessings are about toI come to the whole world Israel anti the world In general have no part in these spiritual blessings Nor do they generally desire that gift The bless ing that Is for them is restitution to human perfection to all that was lost in Adam The restitution blessings Messiahs reign wIll embrace not only humanity but also all of their inter ests including the earth which shall become Paradise restored the glorious home of Israel alone for be it noted the Divine arrangement is that all who will ever receive blessings under Messiahs reign must receive it as Israelites since the New Covenant is to be made with Israel How ashamed will all men be when the times of restitution mentioned by St Peter Acts Ill 1023 shall be ushered in How astounded all will be at time goodness of God and hs faithfulness in respect to all his prom ises How the eyes of all humanity ivill look back to the days of Jesus In the flesh when he appeared amongst men to Jay a foundation for his glori ous Messianic Kingdom by offering himself in sacrifice for the sins of all the people that thereby he might purge from sin all who ever will come to time Father through him and will willIdestroy the rebellious iu the Second Ito Ah then nil will know as before the force of the words of our text What manner of mann Is this They will know him as having been whpn a man The Sent of God They will know him as the now Ifihl Ei lied One far jibove men mind angels ewualeQw1 time very highest re yard wliih Jehovah could give to his elove Son In whom he was well leased ind by whose stripes IsraelIcii we ail hall he healed 7 ITHETWO STORY1AT fl Paris Sas Well L Wr It This Season CAP AND HAT COMBINED The freakishness of one hat does not seem to be sufficient for the purposes of the milliners this season for thuS have launched a two storied double lurlltl1lrThis latest confection Is as you can see from time picture a cap of dainty lave or tulle sometimes both worn under a big hat When time large head piece is removed milady still Is fasci natingly pretty In her mob cap It Is said that this two story hat will be very popular fur matinee weir but when one dos not lure to burden time head with a second covering the same effect may be arrived at by means of a lace rutlie sewed inside the crown of theZ hat Dowager Queen Losing Interest Alexandra the dowager queen of England is said to have changed greatly since the death of King Edward The loss of her husband the falling away or the social interest that formerly centered about her and the loss of prestige Inure hmrther greatly She shows time sorrow and care in her face that for years preserved its wonderful freshness and appearance of youth tier deafness has become more marked and it has caused her to retire more and more within herself than formerly Years ago she was wonderfully viva cious and light hearted She was in terested In outdoor sports being a rkillful skater an interpid horsewoman and an enthusiastic follower lOt the hounds Despite the fact that after the birth of the princess royal she was left with nil affection of the right knee joint she did not give up horseback riding Instead she learned to ride on the other side Hut all these things no longer appeal to her She is content to take her airing in a carriage or take a gentle stroll about the grounds New Bed Covers Among the smartest of the new bed covers tIre those of printed dimity or French stamped damask These are made with a border in gay colors to match the wall decoration and on top Iof the bed have a large wreath or oval of flowers The covers are made long enough to hang over the bed almost tb the floor all around and are drawn up over the bolster roll IAnother good looking cover is in cream colored embroidered net over a figured damask in all over pattern ITIll toning is a soft ecru This too Is brought over the roll that Is used by day Many women who have coltoh spreads patched by their grandmothers are bringing them out In this day dt printd covers This is only possible when the coloring is harmonious as many of the old quilts show wonderful stitchery and little taste Those quilt ed in all white in intricate designs are artistic even to modern notions Inexpensive Table Pads A woman who feels she cannot af ford a heavy sileiicejcloth to place be neath tIlt linen on dining table can make till same mbst inexpensively Let her take two layers of cheese cloth or some washable material put between ihem several hyers of paper time larger the sheets ltietter o cast time edges of ilitelotim4umldknot- with hue thread here and there just as one hilts a comfort TIme cost is smail the paper gives time Tl2 iSyvry body and protection and there is no woolly fiber to sltek to the glossyKsnrf ace of the lable when a hot dish isjbut upon it- The Age OfeiOflSlim When do you Consider that n n biiilime pimot IM iiJrssis and professional beauties itlrks up the riraf ut rich aunt instead Illus JJ1it 1i G Jn t MARKETS CHICAGO Nov J5WUEAf jI 2somiieOne thing was quite evident yestcr IY day that the elevator people were selcrs of both December and Mayl wheat and they are making the tract wheat as fa4 ns they can Af tel several monLIIf stagnation in the iiiiling flour trtxle it is not surj1 prising that just before the dose navigation a special effort should IfI made to ship both wheat and This is the cause for the firmer wheat prices in the southwest taken in con nection with the bidding for hard wheat by the northwest in that teurig tory While giving temporary bull interests all the credit they are enti tied to we still say that whr lever ad vance the amrkct makes at the time il put prices to a more profitable level for conservative sellers who are watching the enormous shipments the absence of natural export busitics and the influence of the ap proaching Argintinc harvest With out accident in that quarter we be ficve the selling side will be the popu lar one as soon as the temporary bull features Ire exhausted CGRX We see only the scllig side on swells believing there will he t run of corn next month if not before time close of November which wil prove a heavy load for time cashmmmiii speculative trride UHf will force n lower level for the Mav price PROVISIONSAs January pork has been traded in quite largely cvei sluice a good corn crop was assured it is thought there is quite a shortage in this future Sentiment is chang jug and the trade bullish CHICAGO Nov 15Cattle Receipts 12000 weak beeves 4l0ii 75r Texas steers 41040 western steers 41070 stdckers and feeders 3305GO cows and heifers 220nG2o calves 7oOri 1010 Hops Rcseipts 35000 weal native i22j420 western 250n 420 yearlings 42053r lamb native 1506GO western 475n fiGO THE AUDITORIUM THEATREINC WEDNESDAY ITHURSDAY November 16 acd 17 DRISKO EARLE- In thcii original Musical playlet In The Twilight THE TWO BOSTONIANS Thomas Bertha SAVAGE DECROTEAU The German Boy and his Irish Sweetheart A Novelty Act Comedy Talking and Singing 2000 feet AUDISCOPE PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT House open 730 show starts 8 oclock House thoroughly heated Matinee Saturday Afternoon 3cl Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Scats- BLOOMFJELD RATLIFF- PROPRIETORS Let us bake your cakes for Thanks giving E R Bakery Company Both phones 342 1115 3t UNCLAIMED LETTERS Baker Mrs Zora E Berkley J C Bowman Jas W- Bnrgy Will Daws on John W 2 Dancl Francis Doniigan If C xlomi ran John Gilbert Jera Harding Hon Robert Johnson Dr G L Jones W T Lee Miss RoUt Little Dr Y A 2 Loveless Mrs A F dsinan Jerry Powell Will Rademaker Roberson Miss Rosa Smith Y1f Smith Mrs Allicc Smith Frank Tomlin E B Traugh RL Walters Thos Warner A M Wrde Cloren Wilkinson J W JOHN G WHITE Eostraaster When yon buy coal from ns you have no unnecessary delay in getting JtsRo5a Boue lLli3Ujja n 9tl Classified Advertisements r Ic a word for a slngu insertion I c a word for three consecutive In sertions c a wcrd for each additional sertion Oc a word per month Scattered insertion insertions Ic per word per Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on hooks for less than 25 cents FOR RENTIStore room on qorner of Maple and Broadway Immediate possession ivcn Good stand Fjr Insurance 01 Your TobaccoI Office in McLIJcwncy Buillding Homo Piiona 728 East Tcnn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OKJF1CK KrternitT Iiidg Phone i8c FOR RENT Collage on Browne Court all modern conveniences W A Bealty News ollic- c10m tf ron RENTm acres good corn laud now in clover and ready to piou at once For money rent or good note Apply to II W Kcton il Keloiis iriwerv 1010tf FOR SALE MO shocks of corn and a feed lot furnished 3 miles from Winchester on the Mt Sterling pike Apply A J Jordan phone SGGA 1110Gt FOR RENTTwo rooms over AIc Cord Phillips shoe store 10271 WANTED Boarders 235 North Main street Gas and bath iHiltfW- ANTEDTO rcnt a good farm Will pay tjsh Apply Robbins News ollieel PilnItrykitchen Two extra lots oOxirH New cistern on one lot Reason for selling have purchased a farm Would exchange for nice horses 1phoneLOST COLT Strayed from my place on time Muddy Creek pike 11ftmilc from Winchester on the night of November lHha large red cow with dark nose and knees Any in formation as to her whereabouts will be rewarded by calling Easf Tcnn phone 122riimgs 1l1jat TUNGSTENLAMPSThe Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current have arrangedmvitim us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for time present 150 watt lamp siio100 watt lamp 120 watt lamp 00 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a number of useful chcctiicmilappliances possiLIeWIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use hrme flour tbi best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel French Dry Clean jag pressing and dying All work guaranteed Phone 528 Windie ter Ky 1182 wks THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for timic machine which is jvell known for it dinability and good worbii1 In pleased to show lime latest model iif prospective purchasers Will sell either for cash pr monthly payment v DB f I President Cishltr SDCOFF n 0 VlcePtuldent Asst Clark County National Bank rstubtlfthni IOCS of Merch narmersIAccounts Traders Sollclied t tAmCollecLlon l Capital and Sumpiu- s35OOOOCO IFAR WANTED r Ii5 to 100 acres well impruvil and on good pike not more than 6or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY n1tfIBUICK RUNABOUT Reduced to 57500 Fully Equipped Top Wind shield Gas Lamps Magneti Call and see this car at WINCHESTER GAR AC PEKDLETOH RUSH BUSH Attorneys at uw ith FUr MeEldouney ButifSici Winchester 1y Hd LEWIS R HAMPTONUAttorney at Law mce 5th Floor McEidowpey Builcli y Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ry r J M STEVENSONi A a Attorney at t jn iOSaIn St Winchester KY iI IV W Bush fr Company FIREANQTORN- ADOtINSURANCE t WINCHESTER KY 1OFFICE MttlbOWNEY Phone 145 SHORTHAND I Standard IhoiTography the short est legible shorthand Tauglit by tIicourse of ntflViftiu lessons the best method of teaching kimevfiJ C jJ Lay aalSltfistiliuiiislrcut folUerlphone 737 n t L t j v d L DRINK J 1 More Than Wet JI d f Notice toT xpayrs You have but a few more ilnys be fore the penalty is added Como nd avoid the rush Under tIme present tax law I am compelled collect nIl II of the taxes by December lst Yours respectfully iW 0 BROCK Shciiff 1015tf It r INow is Use time to buy Red Slar Coal for winter months Royse OGIIC 1114St a T TJ4 I NOTICE On account of the death of my hus band W II Young I will sell till en tire stock of goods including a gen eral line of groeeriesdrygo6ds ito ILions etc 1 null also Icrse time mull n r previously occupied by him at Bccknerville SMRS11 l12tiSand cement aU building Faterials- a Royse Ilooneso J a 7 I rfi f t 0 h Pane SixI THE WINCHESTER NFWR Ij Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 surplus funu 2000000 Ino1r short history ofa ftv years we have li1t up a busi ness of which we arc justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing nith our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coun ty Iud that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomcrs and cordi illy invite you to make us a visit a id inves igate Our facilities for doing an uptodate banking buiness JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier Ia BROWN Pres L B COOKRELL V Pres RAILROAD TIME IABLESp t LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO rime Card in Eftec June 21 J908 lvis Hound No 21 Not Daily jDailj oJJ1ttiO p AM jV Lcioigton 22 I 7 3z Winchester 3 05 8Jb- L A E Junction 3 20 8 2t Clay City 90i 50IStanton 9iU Comptor Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 4 35 943 Torrent 4 47 95b- Beaityville Juno 5 10 1017 0 K Junction 4 o 05 111 15 ir Jackson 610 111 20 Westbound DailyJDaily Sun Athol R37 11045 Noil Mob rtu- ov Ex t q Sun Oiiij XVjaokaon 1610 12 20 70- 0oR June 615 225 705 i Athol 640 252J 730 Beattjvillo Jane 7 07 3 20 7 fU Torrent 730 341 8d6 Bridge 45 3 55 826 fCampton Juno 17 48 357 828 x 815 426 854 Clay City 825 435 902 L d E Juno j90015071 934 J Winchester 12 1520 94B iriieniigton 5516 05 10 25 iit FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS it4ARE MADE DAILY LX CCFT SUNAV iJ t E Junction Trains Noa t irid 3 will make connections with the O Ay for Mf Sterling ABeattyville JnnctiMri Trains Nos Vand 4 viII male conueolicns with4 lurli A Railway for Beaity fjJIe Ky Gi nif ton Junction Tr iiiH NOB i 3ata 4will connect with the- dtlntain Central Ry rill paSflon erR J liml from Campion Ky- TO K Junetion TrtiL NOR 3 ir iittwiI1coiutct with the 0 K 1Hway for Cancel City KV ami jotktifJlI V W A MDOWELL Oenl MK 7H AS SCOTT O P A LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE Southbound No 37Ulcin atihnoxvill locuS rive1lOl6 h m departs 1019 k iNo 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville injied 1039 a m Kb SliiysvilleStiiuford local vitli Cihcinnali uunuertioii at Pari rriveH at 025 departs at 635 p No 31 Ciucinna tiA tluuta limited 3117 p m Northbound iJo AtlantaCincinnati limited W457fini No StanfordMaysvillfl local lonnectine at PariZ fiT CincinnatJ due nt 715 leaves at 722 a m 0 No KnoxvilleCincinnati lo L arrivs 248 departs 253 p m No 32 jHkJoiivillp Cinriiciil imited 558 p n sAU tire daily except Nos 9 ant 10 which are daily escept Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 20 Daily Ex Sun 853 am 1o 22 Daily 1210 p m Vo Daily F Sun 6 30 p a rnbNo 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m a m J8lip m No 23f Daily 4 p m If V BOYS SKULL IS CRUSHED b left Gme of Marbles to Act the CHeroandis Ground Beneath Horses Hoofs j MADISON Ill Nov 1OPnul Ka ffmnn11 years old left a game olnKrble5 to make ffu attempt to stop a runaway tea mof horses drag ging a heavy wngon as they lashed through a crowded business street in Madison Tuesday Grasping the reins the boy nulled the horse around until a collision witha street eti and a buggy COUtt1U lug two women was averted Then ho stumbled The wheels of the heavy wagon assed over his head as the fright cued animals plunged onward Scores sa thc boy dashed to the earth Men picked the crushed and sense less figure anti summoned physician The boys skull was fractured and he is dying at the Lutheran Hospital NINTH JOB IN EIGHT DAYS Safe Robbers Who Have Created Reign of Terror Continue Their Depredations TOLEDO Ohio Nov 1iSar robbers who by their almost nightly crimes recently have created a reigr of terror in Northwestern Ohio con tinned heir depredations Tuesday when they blew open the srfc in the ollicc of the Lyons Grain and Coal Company at Lyons and the safe oC the M Eo Frazier Company at Seville At Lyons the robbers got over 40 for their trouble and at Seville v5 in cash and note sand mortgages cs tima ted to value 10000 The cracksmen in each ease used nitroglycerine wrecking both burglar proof safes at Lyons Several resi dents icrc awakened by the explo sion but none ventured to investigate until Ray Smith manager of the Lyons Grain Company opened the otfice at 530 oclock The robbers made a clean getaway at both places using a speedy auto mobile This makes the ninth job in Northwestern Ohio in eight days without a single arrest While driving at high speed in an automobile in search of the robbers Sheriff Fred G randy of Fulton coun ty and Detectives Tracy mid Herbert of the Toledo Police Department were severely injured Tuesday One o fthe automobile tires burst sending the car into the ditclr near Mere Two of Tracys ribs were frrctured Her berts back wrenched and Graudy cs caped with a sprained shoulder and badly bruised limbs- Bloodhounds were secured at Cleveland and put on the trail of the bandits The bandits carried ritrong box north of the village theI it was opened with nolher This was found by a posse TENYEAROLD GIRL SUICIDES PHILADELPHIA Pcnn Nov 10 Her head pillowed upon a wreath she had taken from her mothers cof fin four years go and carefully giKirdcd ever since 10yearold Harriet Owens Tuesday afternoon with a revolver ended time grief she had suffered ever since her parent died and left her to keep house for her father and care for a brother two years her junior Laying at her side was a childish scrnwl which said Goodby papa I am going to join mother and I hope that God will forgive me Known throughout the neighbor hood as a typical Little Mother Harriet hud the misfortune to be the child ofa man too poor to pay for the services of a housekeeper She gravely discussed affairs of the home with her neighbors after school hours evidencing a wisdom rare for one of her years Recently she decided thrt she did not want to go to scjiool any more and Tuesday afternoon after sending her rbother to his lessons site told a woman living next door that she was tired of life and showed her Item fathers revolver which she had found in a bureau drawer This neighbor thought little of the incident until an hour later when she heard a shot and running into the Owens home found Harriet her head on her mothers wreath and a smile on her fie with a telltale bullet hole in bet left temple SAYS SHES A GODDESS NEW YORK Nov 1GSusati McKenna a dishwasher arrested at the instance of Anthony Comstock fro writing scurrilous post cards to President Taft was committed to Scheme Hospital for observation by i Magistrate Wednesday When ar raigned site announced dramatically that she was the Goddess of Liberty j sof a 1st Forthe Children General Baden Powell Founder of Boy Scouts Photo by American Press Association TOe boy and girl scouts ot America will be glad to learn that Lieutenant General Sir Robert S S BadenPowell of the British army originator and founder of the scout movement is soon to visit the United States The general recently landed in Cnnnda with sixteen boy scouts from England under command of Captain Arthur Wade These boys are the pick of the Eng lish scouts and are experts in the work They have been showing the Cana diana how well they are drilled and those who have seen them are full of praise The boys will also give drills and demonstrations In this country it being General BadenPowells Idea to Instruct the youth of America In the benefits of training along military lines An Impossible Story- A certain king once made a procla mation that he would give a golden ball to any one of his subjects who would tell him the most wonderful storybutt must be quite impossible for the story to be true or the prize woiild riot be given From nil parts of the kingdom people came to him with remarkable sto ries but the king declared that It was not quite possible for one and all of them to be true and the prize was not awarded At last there come an old man fol lowed by two servant bearing an mensE jar between them Mtv it please your majesty snld the old man your most excellent fq ther borrowed from my father this jar full of gold promising that your maj esty would pay the same amount back to me Oh that is absurd and impossible said the astonished king as he looked at the huge jar Then if it Is impossible said the old man I have fairly won the golden ball but if my story be true your mimi esty ought to pay your fathers debt Thus the king was obliged to declare that the old man had won the prize Conundrums Why is a nail fast in the wall like an old man Because It Is infirm How are all lawyers reiitediThey nre brothersinlaw What is them st popular paper at the summer resorts Fly paper Why Is the fly one of the grocers best customers Because It settles on the spot Why does an aeronaut dislike speak ing about his trips It Is a soar point with him What is unable to thin or speak yet tells the truth to all the world A pair of scales What country lops a crying bnby sigh for Morerockoli or Lapland Why Is a shabby coat jike a man with insomnia Because it has not hud a nip for a long time She Beat the Boys There was a swimming match held In the river at Nottingham England not long ago in which fourteen boys and one girl participated The prize was 10 and It WitS won by the girl who is the daughter of poor parents The distance was three miles and she beat the same boy byil number ol yards After she had Yon the prize she swam a mile farther to show what she could do The boys of the world will have to kick out further and faster to keep up with the girls Points of the Compass A little girl hail been told by her teacher to stand with lier face north and her right hand would be at the nstIJer left hand would be at tlu west find her back would be at the jouth Starting to go over If the teach ar asked Now tell me what is iu front of you T After some thought the child replied My stomach News An old gnu asked a shy nero gnu Twason the plains this Interview Oh have you heard the news today The newgnu trembled Where are they Noise frightens me and Taut he fled The old gnu hoarsely laughed and said Well If that Isnt too absurd thought the meanlnR of that word Even a new gnu Knew Youths Companion Miladys Mirror If you would keep your looks beyond their natural limit practice self con trol Nothing so quickly wrecks the nerves hence the looks us letting oneself go It may be easier to fly Into a rage at trivialities to pucker the face with worry or to shake with fear but the woman with regard for keeping young learns to oueJI these emotions in the interest of nervous force Have you ever stopped to consider what unchecked anger takes out of you Leaving consideration for your victim or a regard for conventions out of the question getting mad weakens one physically and mentally and nerves suffer Have you never saidOil feel as weak as a rag after Indulging in a temper The next time you make that remark put the blame in the right place Learn that rage is weakening and aging nnd you will have taken a long step toward self control Cowardice as an emotion is debasing to the soul It Is also wrinkling to the flesh and destructive of nervous force The woman who lives in a tremor of fear getting into nn equal panic whether slit sees a mouse or a derer who lies awake half the nightI listening for possible marauders gets pleasure In nothing through her insensate fear of horse motor canoe or yacht Is the woman who will soon look her years and more If nervous peace is to be yours keep a grip on your emotions Love not nor hate not fret not nor fear not envy not nor rage notto excess Better n colorless character thin a wornout body if the choice must be made The mistake lies In thinking emotions con trolled are emotions lacking One makes for strength so surely as the other is a sign of weakness A White Throat At this season the girl who has pone collarless the summer through Is beginning to be anxious about the state of her throat The day of drastic treatment is at hand if her neck is to look well in winter Time skin is browned from exposure to the To whiten it rub it each nIght with lemon letting It stay on all wight if there are rough places in the skin it can be gone over with a line pumice stone dIpped in lemon jUflIu the morning rinse off with warm water In wjiivh a little almond meal has been dissolved This whitens and smooths the skin A more decided bleach is made from eight ounces of alcohol four ounces of rosewater and a teaspopnful of tincture of benzoin Saturate a thin piece of linen in the liquid and pin around the throat and let it stay on ir an hour Then massage with a cood cucumber cream Take It For What Its Worth Pork is not commonly reported to be a hygienic food and assuredly it has no aesthetic associations It is there fore somewhat surprising to hear a diet of pork recommended to the beau ty seeker Such is the latest dictum however und in proof of its wisdom we tire asked to note the clear vel very skins of the country girls with whom pork is a staple article of diet Iork Is supposed to produce tills rem vety effect by supplying oily matter to the skinsit acts as a sort of natural cosmetic and Is much less expensive than the creams city women employ to counteract the harshness and dryness of their complexions In the absence of pork bacon Is recommended The Curse of Red Hair Even Titian did not succeed in re moving the curse from red hair for it Is variously accused of causing any timing from temper to freckles And nllWCOllles an English scientist who trying to IllUme it for shortness of stature By a system of statistics nil his own he has figured that among boys and girls at time age of fourteen the shortest invariably have red hair Among girls those with black and blond hair take first place In height toil among boys the light browns are asy winners The figures look con lusive but those who do not like them may reflect with Mark Twain that all statistics are watered stock Usea Medicine Ball A medicine ball Is a good possession for any oneislnit up In an office all lay k few minutes spent in throw ng it will send the blood coursing hrougli the veins Fencing and bowi ng are both admirable sports for hose who need exercise and every of ice workeffshould cl out some op lortutilty of practicing them And In lIly case she ought to do all the out ilorir walking she can get Into the day ivlthotU overwearying herself Ta Restore Fair Hair When Tafriinir begins to lose luster t Is a odd plan to apply olive oil lib ra ly comb t IIP hair thoroughly and lien tti i It for some hours to he dlnjctiyjiys of a warm siin The xjMisiire yJe repeated ofl the fol wing dVyliud on thp third day the may be washed If deemed neces try with warm sonn lather and be used For the ChlldrellInte- resting Family of Five Clever Boys One of the most interesting families in the diplomatic corps and for that matter in the whole city of Washing ton Is that of Count de liuissert the minister from Belgium The children are great favorites at the national cap ital where they have become known through their skill as linguists undo musicians The children are all boys and there are Live of them Even the youngest Is a good musician for their education began at an early age On occasions when the count and countess entertain the youngsters are often called upon to show their skill In mu sic and so well do they perform that their efforts have won universal corn mendation Who Was Touched The two players who know the se cret remain in the room long enough for the trick to be made sure One stands In a corner and the other in the middle of time room calls out EbeueJMT do you hear Ebenezer says lothing hut listens attentively to hear who among time company speaks first Time other partner repeats the question and still no answer Someone will be likely to make a remark soon and then Ebenezer will rouse up and answer Yes hear Then leave the rpom says the other play er and Ebenezer goes out The part ncr then makes a groatshow of choos ing which one he shall touch but of course ends by touching the person fnnlhiMwho was touched and every one is puzzled to know bow he can tell My Ladys Toilet The players are all seated except one for whom no chair must be pro vided Each player takes the name of some article of a ladys toilet her necklace chain bracelets rings comb gloves hat shoes gown etc Oiu stands in the center as ladys maid anti says My lady is going out and wants her lint The lint must instant ly jump up and spin around If slit forgets to do so she pays a forfeit Each article must spin around when wanted Occasionally the ladys maid says My lady wants her tol let changed when nit the players must rise and change scats In the scuflle tIme center player tries to get a seat if slit succeeds the one lofl hairless becomes ladys maid for tin next turn The Ticket Collector One of the boys in the back of t room was evidently thinking of some thing besides his lesson So the teacher merely to attract hi1 attention put the question Harry can you tell me where Noah was when tin animals were going into the ark Spose tie was takin tickets was the prompt response Corner Ball Four players siand on the four angles ofml square and the four rem sit ries in tilt renter TIlt hall is passed from one to another of time players in the Corners and liiujlljy thrown at till central players Th jhINI if they cat catch tilt hall tdifluiig It back If player III the corner hits a central player the latter is out and vice versa The Thieving Magpie A few weeks ago a large tree in Eng land wliieh several magpies had nested for years WIN blown down dur ing a gale and In n hollow which was unsuspected was found over 3K worth of articles stolen from various houses The principal thing was a dia blond ring worth The largest ar ticle was a silver backed hairbrush All Together Sing Iparrow swinging on a branch sang the softest trill Low and long It was full of lovely meaning ilobln tuKSlns at a worm paused anti wiped his bill Paused and perked his head stood his feathers preening To stbR his it really seemed he had forgotten quite A bet that hew from rose to lily lingered In her Might Hummed und buzzed and hummed again tried to give the keynote Wren though busy with hernest stopped to sins a wIpnoleWThus reminded robin chirped cheerily anti Ca Sparr1w trilled his very loudest sang his sweetest best Wren upon the arbor perched looking at her ntst Sang with robin and tvith sparrow till the garden rang Youths Companion FARMS FOR SALJFARM NO 150acres 7lk miles from Winchester two story frame dwellings with rooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobacco Ice house and all other outbuild lags large young orchard in full bearing Fencing good Divided into four lots all wellwatered All in grass except Sor 10 acres Close to good school Price 6000 FARM NO 258 arcs miles from Winchester on good pike lias a twostory frame duelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dition Barn holds 4 acres of to bacco lee house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib J hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being well watered and every fence in firs class condition Has huge young orchard in full bearing Close to good school and churches and in less than a quarter ofamilc from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO3J0 acres G2 mil es from Winchester on good pike Has twostory frame dwelling of 7 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5acre tobacco barn good cellar and all out buildings all in good condition di vided in 5 tracts all well watered and fenced About 20 acres in cul tivation balance in grass Within onehalf mile of good schoolchurch store and postoffice and bluukiuiili shop Price 0000 FARM NO 4GOacres 7 miles from Winchester onequarter mile from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of 0 rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn all necessary outbuildings Well watered with pool wc1 and creeks Allout 5ide fencing good About 15 acres n cultivation balance in grass Price 6000 FARM NO 5110 acres 7 miles from Winchester two stoiy frame dwelling with 7 rooms 6acre tobac co barn All necessary outhouse Small tenant house Well fenced and watered Price 75 per acre FARM NO 6105 acres 5 miles from Winchester on good pike Good dwelling of 7 or 8 rooms All nec essary outbuildings 12acre tohacct barn and tenant house Well fenced andwatered Plenty of tobacco land Price 130 per acre FARM NO 7345acres 3 miles from Winchester has two livcroon dwellings one 10acrc tobacco barn plenty tobacco land Nearly all in Send charge1 paid treatment eutirelj ADDRESS opposite write WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty derful help from Bucklens Salve pimples eruptions boils 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