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THE WINCHESTER NEWS = 0PIJI Five
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PeoUe change a good deal with
the years Human nature is always
h the same they say but human cus
toms are not And as customs
t change so do policies and it re
mains to be seen whether they al
waYs change for the better or not
Abraham Lincolns note of accept
ncefor the Presidency was about
twentyfive lines in length a simple
statement that he would be glad to
be President and would try to earn
his salary and serve his country
And as you all know his was a
campaign of silence How different
from the present campaigns I Not
an utterance did he give to the pub
lic ot the press Yet Lincoln was
a President whose wisdom and abil
ity have never been questioned
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1 Fortytwo Club
uThe Colonial the home of Mrs
J W Ishmael was beautifully dec
f orated in autumn leaves and chrys
anthemums on Wednesday attei
noon vwhenfhe entertained the
I Fortytwo Club She received her
guests in the hall in her most gra
ious and charming way
There were ten tables and the
guests played until a late hour un
conscious that time was flying and
onl real zed this when the hostess
served an elegant meat course
whidh was greatly enjoyed by all
No Southerner could boast of ever
r having received any better hospital
ity than is given in this home May I
a woman who can give so much
pleasure to others live long in our
community
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PERSONALS
Mrs Lucv Moore has been visit
ing Mr and Mrs W A Beatty for
a few days
Mr Nathan Brooks of Lexi gton
as in town Wednesday
Mrs Maud Wilson of Ford was
in tQwn Wednesday
I ir James Pickrell was in Lex
ington Wednesday
Mrs Ann Bowen of Newcastle
has returned home after a most
i delightful visit to MrF Kancy Mc
Clue
Mrs Alec Hampton and M S
Kate Meredith left for Richmond
visitr
Mr and Mrs E S Jouett have
1 r returned from a delightful visit in
Chicago
R Mr and Mrs Tom Brock are moving
ing into town and will occupy Mr
Blopmfields new brick cottage on
j the corner of Burns and Lexington
Avenues
AvenuesMrs vH Atwell leases Thurs
day for her homer in Clarksburg
VaMiss
Miss Elizabeth SJdllman was in
Lexington Monday
Prof A W Price was in Lexing
ton Monday
Miss Reid Haggard was in Lex
ington Wednesday
Mr and Mrs Ben D Goff have
taken rooms at the BrownProctoria
1 for the winter
Mrs Sam A Jeffries is visiting
her parents Mr and Mrs Joff Hag
gard in Dayton
Miss Sarah Beverly Jouett has re
turned home from a most delight
ful visit to Miss Leslie Turney of
Paris
returnedI
home from an extended visit to Bos
ton Mass and in Virginia
i EAST END NEWS
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Mr Dan Isko has moved from
twoI
t miles south of Winchester
Mr Ben Jones has moved from
College street to the residence va
cated by Mr W T Fox on East
BroadwayMr
Mr David Sousley of Neptune
Kyv is the guest of his son Mr J
D Sousley on Georgia street
Mr W P Eckley of South Main
street hag one to Southwestern Tex
as on prospecting tour
Mrs Leo Ramsey is visiting relar
fives in Montgomery this week
Mr mOt Irvine has an engage
ment tQpl yin Storms Orchestra at
Danville ICY Friday morning
Messrs Reese and Robb shipped
from the Farmers and Shippers
i Stock Yards to Cincinnati Wednes
Sday
day one carload hogs and one car
load cattle
Mr H T Ecton of Frankfort
ycame up Tuesday and cast his
rote for Bryan and Kern
We congratulate the management j
of The News upon having for one
of their hustling newsboys James
Toad He was in Jhee East End at
4 a m Wednesday crying the a p extra
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edition of The Winchester News pro
claiming to the sleeping inhabitants
the latest election returns of State
and Nation bringing joy to some and
sorrow to others We are all for
Jim and The News
Mrs NM Hanks of Lexington
Ky who has been visiting her par
ents on Jackson street returned horns
Thursday accompanied by her sister I
Miss Margaret Faulkner
Mrs Luther Henry is able to be
out again after several weeks ill
ness ci
Mr WeC Shropshire has taken
rooms with Mr and Mrs L J Hen
ry on North Maiu
MainLOCKFIANE
LOCKNANE
Thomas Hayes attended court at
Richmond Monday
Miss Callie McKinney was the
pleasant guest of her sister Mrs
Will Heifmun the past week
Mrs Dolly Nelson and little
daughter were guests of Mrs Sara
McKinney Monday
Pattie Estes bought one mule i
from Thomas Hayes for 3750
John Greening and wife and Hen
ry Greening and wife attended
church at Ruckerville Sunday
The infant chilld of West Martin
has been very sick
Mrs Carrie B Hayes who has
been visiting relatives in Oklahoma
for several months returned home
SaturdayJoe is in Shelbyville on
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businessNothing
Nothing but Sunshine
0 rain and the sunshine falls
aIikeon tLe just and the unjust j
That is sunshine falls on the just
and jthe unjust and the rain falls on
the just and the unjust alike when
either of them are falling but some
times there is more of one and le1
of the other Jut now there IS
nothing falling but sunshine
TALK OF EXTRA SESSION
IS REVIVED AT FRANKFORT
FRANKFORT Ky Nov 5Talk
of an extra session of the General
Assembly in January has been reviv
ed among the Republicans here since
it has become assured that the State
has gone Democratic It is said
that the call will be for the passage
ofa legislative and Congressional
redistricting bill
BLUEGRASS BALL PLAYER
DIES IN CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI 0 Nov 5Geo W
Armstrong Jr of Milford 0 the
Bluegrass eLague baseball player
who accidentally shot himself while
out hunting a few weeks ago died
Monday afternoon at the Good Sa
maritan Hospital Blood poison set
tled in on him a couple of days ago
but he rallied and died of lockjaw
George became quite popular while
playing with the Richmond team of
the Bluegrass League and made a
big success at shortstop which po
sition he played the entire year
Many of his teammates have sent
words of condolence to his parents
and several will attend his funeral
HELD RIDERS TO GRAND JURY
Arkansas Officials Get Busy With
Lawless Bands
LITTLE ROCK Ark Nov 5
Twentysix men in Craighead
county arrested for night riding
have been held for the Grand
Jury in bonds ol 800 A special
session of court convenes on No
vember 9 to try the cases
BOY BADLY BURNED BY
EXPLOSION OF POWDER
Drops Hot Coal Into It While Playing
But May Not Be Dis
figured
VERSAILLES Ky Nov 4Mas
ter Donald Garrett aged twelve the
son of Mrs Joe Garrett of the
Nicholasville pike was seriously
burned yesterday afternoon He
was in a workshop near the resi
dence and let a coal of fire drop into
a can of powder In the explosion
which followed his clothes caught
fire and he ran into the yard threw
himself down and rolled in the dirt
anddust
3 Assistance came and he was ear
ned into the house He was badly
burned about the ear side of the
face and body and worse about the
legs above his shoes His physician
thinks he will have no disfigure
ment excepting scars about the
limbs
Soon Tarnish
Unmerited honors nrrerjFremr well
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MME MONTI BALDWIN IN THE BARBER OF SEVILLE
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Tliere is an abundance of excellent
comedy in TheN Barber of Seville
which is tube the attraction at the
Opera House November 7 matinee
and evening
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The comedy element is in excellent
hands being principally cared for byi
John Dunsmore
m formerly leading co
median with the Bostonians and
other first class organizations For
music no other opera making an ap
peal for the support of American
theatregoers can be considered in the
Mime class with this tuneful work of
ofRossini
in the country has an artist of the
iurit of Mme Monti Baldini former
ly of Hammers teins Manhattan
Opera Company In the support of
Mr Dunsmore and Mme Baldiai is a
company of singers and comedians of
suiuassinjr worth This prsenlation
of The Barber of Seville by the
John Dunsmore Opera Co will be
easily the most important musica
event of the season
I BRYAN CONGRATULATES TAFT
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Democratic Caniato Wishes His Dpponept the Best of Success in His
Administration
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Special tQe The News P
LINCOLN Neb Nov 5VilJiam
J Bryan has just sent the follow
ing telegram to his successful oppo
nent Judge Taft
NOT AMONG THOSE PRESENT
Wm Ellis Corey and Wife No 2 Were
Not Invited to Miss Coreys
Wedding
PHILADELPHIA Pa Nov 5
Wm Ellis Corey and his wife who
was Miss Mabelle Gilman did not
notI
attend the wedding of his sister
Ada Bl Corey at Downingtown
Pa Monday but his first wife
whom he divorced to marry the ac
tress and his son Allan did
A check for 100000 to the bride
was sent by Mr Corey Mrs Corey
sent a beautiful diamond brooch
Miss Corey married Dr Charles
Howard Aufhammer of Pittsburg
whom she has known since child
hood Mrs A A Corey the moth
er said
saidI
I have already explained why
my son William and bis wife were
not invited We care for both of
them but it would not have done
They both understand our reasons
and are satisfied
Mr and Mrs Aufhammer will
live in Pittsburg
I MRS EDDY BUYS AN AUTO y
Mother of Christian Science Church
is Thoroughly Upto Date
BOSTON Mass Nov 5Mrs
Mary Baker Eddy Mother of
the Christian Science Church to
day purchased an imported automo
ble of ninety horsepower and had it
sent to her Chestnut Hill home A
chaff eur from the agency spen sev
eral hours giving Secretary Frye
lessons indrrving Mrs Eddy will
have her first experience automo
biling today
bilingtodayHUNTER
HUNTER SHOOTS OFF HAND
CATTLESBURG Nov 5Wh
hunting yesterday near this place
Bud Field accidentally discharged a
shotgun blowing off one hand and
also injuring his face badly Field
is the 16yearold son of William
Field who is Deputy Sheriff of Boyd
tfotmty
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Please accept congratulations
and best wishesfor ofJf
your administration
administrationW
W J Bryan
SECRET MARRIAGE ENDS
IN A DOUBLE TRAGEDY
Son Kilfs His Mother Who Resented
j His Action and Then Com
mits Suicide
NEW YORK Nov 5 Revelation
by a son to his mother ofa secret
marriage and parental refusal to be
reconciled to it is believed to have
been the impelling cause of a double
tragedy in a large uptown apartment
house here today V
The victims oft the tragedy were
Mrs Rebecca Yeit a wealthy widow
and her only son J Nelson Veit
aged 27a Wall street broker the
circumstances indicating that the
mother was shot by the son and the
latter then took his own life by in
haling gas
The bodies of both were discovered
today An aunt of the suicide Mist
Anna Veit discovered Mrs Veit in
whose apartments she had spent the
night The police made the discovery
today that young Vein who was sup
posed to be single was married se
cretly in October of last year
His mother had only recently re
truned from France The discovery
of her sons1 secret marriage the po
lice say precipitated a quarrel which
had its terminatipn in the death of
mother and suC
r MAY SELL LATONIA TRACK
There is a firm belief in certain
quarters that L A tells Trill en
deavor to dispose u fJf the I itatoni a
track to the L r N Awry aft
the present ineStinsl IHiei L vN
r has neg o ij ated1atomal on sever
al differ tft to ra and it looks
as if Cella aftergetting racing in
Kentucky in a tangle may take oc
I casion to clear out
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Richard Croker heads the list of
winning owners in Ireland with
ten races worth less than tenthous
I I and dollars
I British Children Insured
I Twothirds of the total number of
children under ten years of age In the
I United Kingdom T are insured < < I
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We think so and Jiave just gotten in the fin
est and best stock of UMBRELLAS that we have
ever had
Come and Get Yours Before Itt Rain5
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CRYSANTHEMUMS
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fitI have a fine cut of Cryss
anthemums this week mink S
Yellow and White f from one
to three dollars per dozen
same as you would have to
pay from three to five dob
Jars per dozen for at other
places I willask you to call
and see them whether you S
buy or not jf
+ t I also have Carnations and
Roses at prices to suit
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5 H B A RE R The Florist
BALKAN SITUATION IS
REPORTED ALARMING
Hostilities Between Austria and Ser
via Are Feared By the
Powers
LONDON Eng Nov 5The Bal
kan situation has taken on an alarm
ng aspect in the past day or two ow
ing to renewed rumor < that hostili
ties are imminent between Servia and
AustriaHungray The Austrian
troops are said to have been in
trenching on the Servian frontier
while has been making hastv preja
rations for war and the removal of
the seat of government from Bel
ADVERTISING RATES
Onehalf cent per word per inser
tion 5 cents per calendar month
Nothing counted less than 20
words No item charged on books
for less than 25 cents
FOR SALEBarber shop five chair
outfit mpdern in every respect
latest and most uptodate shop
that has ever been in this city
Good paying business best local
ity Must sell at once Apply G
2 Dyer 72 S Main street Win
WANTED Good secondhand mans
saddle Apply this office10232t
10232t
FOR SALE Duroc Jersey and
Tamworth males extra nice ones
Two Sows and pigs Narragansetf
turkeys Rhode Island Red and
Barred Plymouth Rock chickens
Indian runner ducks Scotch Col
lie dogs for sale by
JNO M WHEE LEE
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LOST OR STOLEN Llewllyn set
ter white with lemon ears Answers
name of Kate Reward
B D GOFF
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WANTED People who have rooms
to Tent board for sale or who
want help to advertise in this col
nun 10Ktf
FOR SALEMeat hogs front two
to three hundred pounds G J
BOSWELL Phone 405y
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Rat Fond of Tobacco
Edward Thompson a watchman at
Perth Amboy N J says a rat come
to him every day and gets a chew pi
tobacco
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Jeweler a ncI 0Ptickin 1
The Best Protection j
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you can have against the winters
cold is a good supply of coal in your
cellar You cant wear your over
coat and rubbers in the house Have
us fill your cellar with good clean
coal Then youll have a warm
house to come to and warm hearts
to welcome you Better give us
the order todayS
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The WINNMARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO
INCORPORATED
grade to a less exposed city
It is difficult to ascertain the ex
tent of the truth of these reportsS
which are believed jo be greatly ex
aggerated although1 Houbtlcss both
countries are preparing for possi
bilities At the Servian legation it is
asserted that the rumors are un
founded and that SejyiA is maintain
ing a correct attitude fending the
proposed international congress
A dispatch to the Mail from Bel
grade reports that the heights around
the town are occupied by 16000
troops and that ttheHold in the na I
tional bank will be removed to Krog
nyevatz together ivftli the general
staff of the army and the bulk of the
material
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CLASSIFIED COLUMN I
WANTED SEWING I am prepared
to do all kinds of sewing Ladies
shirt waists and childrens dress
making a specialty Call at 234 S r
Highland street MRS J C LARY
1019lmo
ANTED Secondhand oldfash
ioned brass kettle Cheap Ad
dress X News office 10126t
ANTEDTalry and dinner cards
to paint For particulars call No
208 Home phone or 115 College
street 10291mo
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LOSTAt noon Saturday bunchof
keys between Eagle Casting Com
pany and L E depot Return
to this office 10313t r
FOR SALE Saturday Novemb 7
at 1 oclock bed room suite fold =
ing bed iron bedstead childrens
bed organ couch dining table
six chairs three rockers j sideboard
four stand tables kitchen cabinet
table range arid heater Mrs
Mattie Oliver 108 First avenue
Winchester Ky U33L
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WANTED Position as stenogra Iti
pher Write F this office JUt
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FOR RENTNicelt furnished up
stairs front roomWith board iloij
wiocJerii conveniences At 47 North d
Main street 1154t J
LOST Set of false teeth finder will
please return to this office and re
ceive reward 11t
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