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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a wi lf f 7 If i v Is Ltdition- ii Iv AA TilE WINCH ESTER NEWS IVOL 1 NO 65iy MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1906 2 CENTS A COPY GENTS A WIll QUIET PREVAILS IN STEARNS I j4klipSOME SOLDiERS ORDERED HUME of Miners Have Fled to Tennessee Town is Full of by Curiosity Y STEARNS Ky Dec 28The si nation here today hasbeen one of absolute quiet The presence of the soldiers who arrived Saturday night was received with mingledsurprise and pleasure by the villagers when they awakened Sunday morning A great many miners came in from the camps at Barthell Worley and Yanacaw during Sunday afternoon and this morning Their coming was due chiefly to curiosity to see the boys uf olive drab Inspect Property On Sunday Col Garnet Ripley with a Detail ofsoldiers under Cap tain Jones accompanied by R L Stearns on a trip of inspection of the companys property along the Kentucky and Tennesse railroad a distance of twelve miles On his return Colonel Ripley had a consultation with United States Marshall Steve C Sharpe during which he was advised by Mr Sharpe that he hdd positive information that Berry Simpson Reuben West and George Stanley the three men for which he holds warrants are in Ten nessee and not likely to return to Kentucky as long as the guards are here Colonel Ripley reported this to Oovernor Willson along with a rec ommendation that the Somerset corn pany lie sent home and the Lexing ton company be retained to guard the Stearns Companys property chiefly the electric plant of offices Returns to Covingtbn I Majlia ftrpti Curing the morn ffig feardihe stories pf the eYe wt nesses of the Christmas day battle in which ieputy Marshal John jullms ancLBibhard RpSS a miner werejklli AocnvBrshaii Sharpe Jo cid ed that he weuld return to Coving ton stating that he could better plan f pm his headquarters for the arrest of Simpson andliis associates Mar shall Sharpe left here on the 230 train SOMERSET COMPANY ORDERED BACK HOME FRANKFORT Ky Dec 28Gov ernor Willspn has reqeived reports nom Stearns which show that the authorities have the situation there well in hand and the Somerset company which was sent to Stearns Sati uid yanight has been ordered to re turn home The Lexington company will remain on duty for the present The chief concern seems to be in re gard to the miners who fled across to Tennessee and an effort is being made to arrest them but the reports re 4eived by the Governor show that it is doubtful if their arrest will be cc mplihedSisg5 M5SHOT j tlAVAflE INTERRED DANVILLE Ky Dec 28The re mains of United States Marshal John Mullins who was killed by lawde fying miners at Stearns pn Christmas day were interred at 2 pelpck yes terday nfternppn in the little ceme tery at Mullins Station on the L N Railroad in Rockcastle county A number pf Federal officials were pres ent including Marshal W T Short of Richmond who had in times past been in scores of raids on moon shiners with the dead man- He was 40 years old and is sur- Vived by hiswif and five children who are almost prostrated over his tragic death He was considered ab- splutely fearless The little station where he lived was named in Ms honor Ross Also Buried The lodyoL Richard Ross who was killed at Stearns pn Christmas day by United States Marshals ar rived at Moreland eight miles south of here Saturday night and was tak- ca to Poplar Hill in Casey county where burial took place Sunday morning I NEGRO IS BETTER vaslvChristmas day fight is repprted bet t r ondayvinprniig and Ms physi winays that he viII recover if pjiwampma does not set ku 1 il t iJ r If ttJ rr it if 1 i t i l iJi rr y J tr7 i tARGEST CIRULATION IN Vi N HEsTEjf7i ftM COUNTY j p t f I l KY II Laders taineers Attracted CHRISTMAS RESIDENCE OF CLYDE GAINES IS DESTROYED Fire From Roman Candles Burns r Home Very Little In surance JiVgfThe 6n Hickman street was almost completely destroyed by fire tit 11 oclock Saturday night The fire was caused by sparks from roman candles fly ing into a closet on the back porch and igniting some clothing The blaze spread rapidly to the and in between the walls and it vhsal most impossible for thieV i firemen to reach it with water The loss on both the house and furniture was almost total and was only partially covered by insurance f Thp fire department was called out again Monday morning this time the fire was not at Mr Gaines residence but it was some of his belorigings that were ablaze While cleaning a suit of clothes that Mr Gaines had sent to Dolphins tailor shop a can filled with gasoline exploded setting fire to the clothes and almost ruining them ANiAL MElTING OF- COMMERCIAL CLUB 1ficriFofNeW Ye r Will Be Elect 14 Tuesday Night rSmoker f TQ IBe Held in 141 Th ajDriual eeting of the Com mercial Club will be held Tuesday night in the Circuit ouirt room af 730 pclpck All members are urged tp he present as the officers for the ensuing year will be elected w On Thursday night January 14th the new officers will be installed at Which time the rearing qfficerstwill make their report of Ke yearswork and the new president will deliver his message of suggestions and recommendations for the work of thieACpniv ing year 9 A program of short talks and music will be given after which a smoker lunch will be served MR M T11 McELDOlEY IS SLOWLY IMPROVING Is Now Able To Sit Up and Will Be Out Latter Part of the Week Mr MT McMdowney who has been seriously ill with acute indigestion for over a week is gradual ly improving Upon inquiry at his residence Monday afternoon it was learned that he has been sitting up some andexpected to be out the latter part of the week BRITISH STEAMER SINKS WITH ALL ON BOARD Report That Advance Collided With Bark Iverna Only First Officer Savedil J Special tp The News LONDON Dec 28L repprt fiom- Newicarterstates that the British sank witbaUon board in a collision with the Bark Iverna and that only thleifir tbfficer WRS sayed 1 J SIIIJH HAYS t TO itSPEAK AT FORD 1 ftOntiedayDecember 29 at 730 minher Interest of His Candilacy t Judge J Smith Hays will speak at Ford vTuesdayr lecemDer 2L908 at 730 pm tk j artvoJhis cJdi cY10J Cr age lot thiS Jt IiciaIistrit c iij C J 1 f7 fi2 JOHN J MCOOK WHO MAY ENTER TAFT CABINET torIYork lawyer is slated for a portfolio Mr Taff and Colonel McCook are warm personal friends and acquaintances of both men are of the opinion plaqesColonell CAMPAI iN lOR CIRCUIT JUDGE OF THIS DISTRICT IS WARMING UP i7 Judges JJ Burin and J Smith Hays Address the Voters of Clark County on Court Day The cpurfc day rodijt wn MOn fly was given a iare oratorical treat when JiBiitbn antiTruage Bay sppkfe in uie interest of then respec tive candidacies for CWcuttUdeoft- his the Twentyfifth Judicial District Judge Hays spoke in the morning and Judge Bentpri in the afternoon both speeches being made at the court hou fo Each of them was greeted with large and enthusiastic audiences Judge Hays Speaks Judge Hays address in part was as follows He began his address by discussing the unfair primary as he called it and claimed that the pri maiy was put on and the dales fixed by JudgeBenton JIe saidtthat Judge Benton had taken advantage of him by making appointments at Winches ter and Nichplasville to peakat these places on the only court days plimaryHefused to divide the time with him and that he had to speak in the morning or nthe corners pr where Over het could get a crowd f Salary Increase He then took up the salary increase proposition and discussed it at length With reference to that part of Judge Bentons final appealwhere he said that Mr Hays candidacy was being pushed by John Garner and H P Thompson Mr Hays said that part of the appeal was unau thorized and unfair and that it was a sort of peanut politics that can foolno pnej but portrayed the mental political makeup of Judge Benton That every man in the district had the right to choose between the two they should vote for Judge Hays also charged that a number of Judge Bentons suppprt Republeansnow Republicans who were former Democrats had held every office from Congressman down that wag n the gift of the Democrats pf Clark coun tY Judge Hays said that he had no complaint to make whatever against them if they choose to suppor Judge B non Light Horse Harry Lee saul of Washington in his funeral or1tionile Was First in Peace First in War First in the Hearts of His Countrymen Judge Benton says in his final appeal for nimself that he is first in war because he and the best Sheriff he ever saw and a Chief of Police whp was willing to lay down his Jife in the discharge of a public duty defied a mob that threatened to lynch Sam Hisle a negrp But my inf prmatipn is that this mpbwas never fprmed and was never in Wia V h y t2 3 t jf Chester as fiE as anrpfher citizens know That Judge Benton says heiS 4rst6in peacej becaul came tp hun s Judge ot tli Juaicinl District to preside1 I14tryiArt1in liHgatipiis in hi court that he ha trie these lit- igations and his judgment has been affirmed that he Tas first in the hearts Df his countr jnen because his bill to increase hia1ary was Ipst iu the Legislature eHftd according to his writing is dead or abandoned by hi nor ecause John E Garner and H P Thompson two respected citi zens of this city are suppprting me in tins racJudge Benfon Speaks Judge Bentpns adjlr ssin part was as follows v Lacking twenty tVp days 1 have lived in WIncheisteE fdr twentyfive years and hliye sperjit most of that time in the cpurt house pleading the causes of other people and today for the first time I intend to plead my own cause cI intend tp talk tp the popleof tltatdwhich le knows nothing After hav ing answered thrpugh the press all other reasons he has given why I should not tf i nlinated he in the closing day ig jidvQairipaign Pre sents a newf AjuticT that is that I willnot divide7 time with Him and that he mus play the street fakir by speaking orl the street corners or taking a m jfir 1llJJ91i the court houses M Could H f H d Court House He claimed at Nicholasville last Monday that he had been denied the use of the court house there when every official connected with it denies that he ever ked for the use of it andas a matter pf factivhenhe was speaking pn the streets of Nicholas vile there was nota single spul in the court house and jie could have had it all to Jilmself4iiieso desired A Joint Discussion Mr Hays aifd I met in Joint dis cussion at Richmond the UrstjMpnday in December and he lost his head andadmits that he got mad That nighthe gave put to a newspapetxe pprjr who h npf heard the dis dussiph an iiftilrgared nd offensive report pf what coh fed I did not get madj because I had promised myself and jny friends that Iwo ld nQt be prpvpfeed into a loss of temper ij When my oastdraiM piker officers oflhe chnrehii I and I are both officers s6e tthe news tJapers Mr Hays ntH account pf what pccurried afe Richmpnd they f f p i f ContiDed oil lil 1 t JllfC 7Jyq i U1fl n Sj Ti r 1I VROKIBITIONr 15- ISSUEINSOUTU t More Than Half of Dixie is 21t44Wets Are Driven tothe diotiWa utngton Dec 28A wayei prohibition has swept wiih sueli reV markable effect over the south arid sentiment has no crystalized Against the saloon and its kindred ells thatcl the dawn of the new year opens unpn rbereftantiprohibitlanlsts have triumphed marks the battleground fpr tmpend ing fights for and against the sale of intoxicants x Significant of the magnitude this problem has assumed is thOfact that In many states prohibition looms ti as a political issue of chief conceii 4o the voters obscuring other ntunfcipaX and state questions Reports reflecting acc ratlyf11 prolibitionI1iove more than half the south territory isHdry absolutely and that in the remaining area listed ailuW the sale of intoxicants is upofla reJBtjflct sd scale It Is evident that the cities re the only remaining stronghpids for the saloons and It is uiilikely that this condition will be modified xc through a radical change fn political thought through failure to enforce the laws against the liquid traffic failure tp solve the problem growing out of deficits la county municipal and state treasuries from a loss ot the whisky tax or Inability to cope with the illicit sale of r I and perhaps other obstacles Jrhick follow in thejrake of prohibition Georgia now holds the cjdhter of the stage and for a year has beeti xjperimentifag in Vhat Is lifrictly near prohibition lay In ihmtjt io Jbds tie salt of liquor eonUininlr nexe hajn TAcir per c niJt 1ok5T- tate wkde vrQhlblt1on lJfsbe9nieffective on January 1 in ort Ciro Hna Alabama and MIUIji1 1 each 91 which a majority of oouatles had heretofore rh1i1thd the sale bi iiquorrv6hibton7 advocatfts ik Louisiana have su fided their fl1i to test the new GarShattucklaw for tile regulation of tile liquor traffic which also becomes operative January 1 The ailt1a on people say they will be content if this law It enforced rigidly Tennessee is the chief enter of interest among te states where state wide prohibition fights are in prO- gress The prohibitionists assert that a state wide bill will pass the legislature which they expect to or ganize and control Kentucky the second largest distilling state la the Union with 119 counties has but four in which the sale of liquor is not prohibited Virginia presents a string of victories for the antl saloon element as prohibition now exists in 80 out of the states 100 counties In Texas where morO than half the counties have accepted prohibition the voters soon win be culled upon to vote upon a constitutional amendment for prohibition In Arkansas twothirds of Its area or 75 counties are dryand the question of state wide prohibition will he presented to the voters for decision Florida Is partly dry through local option and like some of the other states the sale of liquor principally is confined to the cities The results of prohibition generally are gleaned from reports Indicating a great decrease in the record of arrests for drunkenness an increase in the bank deposits of laborers fewer cases of wife abandon ment and a decrease in crijninality generally Attack On Fallttrer5 Paris Dec 28rke press of Paris considers the attack made in the streets of Paris on Presidemt Fallier es by an unemployed waiter naked Mattls a fantastic act withOut po- lItical Importance If the cause of the Beurbons and the Bonapartists were not as dead as a doornail such pitiful exhibitions of impotent fury would completely discredit tkim voices the general opimion CadetsDIamIsstdS Hfghland Falls N t Dee f21 Sixteen cadetsimere dismissed from the United tat Military isademy TvobelriefnclltheotJaersr Tragedy In a Church Louisville fMb Dec 2SGeorge Rider a prominent farmer was stabbed tq death by I Eagaf Farrlsh during a celebration iff the hrtstIrchurcfe here The eb dh a ed at the time anditf HtOtii Iitoriereg Ht lUder attacked Par rM ud ks fUII a tr qk i f r fl tt f w1 et i 1 J r f is A ji i t L1 if t 4 1 wATERf tllf Rain Ton1ht and Tuesdj- IIWarmer Tonight J WINCHESTER I lou- nt BALL FOR MISS ROOSEVELT Jftesldents Daughter Makes HerDz 4 butMonday Night SHe is Seventeen t j Washington Dec 28There Is an air of bustle excitement of waiting and of preparation about the White House today Casual visitors to the capital and WashingtonIans whose business brings them to the vicinity of the executive mansion see wagon after wagon drive to the side en trance discharge its contents and drive away as apldas the leisure Inhabits of Washington drivers will permit Within the walls as a peep through the windows discloses there is7hurrying and scurrying of servants woo are adding a touch here and thfere to the decorations which tell in terms of greenery and drapery that tonight the daughter of the pres Ident Miss Ethel Carow Roosevelt 11111 make her formal first appearance In society Tonight will be the night of nIghts to which younger W ihihgton ha- Cbin looking forward While invita lions to the ball have not of course bW scattered broadcast the affairSwill not be at all exclusive in some jienses of that much used word Several hundreds of cards have been sent out reaching in their flightSmembers of the diplomatic the army thevnavy the official the social and all At the other numerous sets into Witch Washington society is divided The peat east room of the White tr le in which the dancing will take jplace to strains of music discoursed by the Marine band will be thronged lth the young people who have the entree to the White House and their nijjtpy mammas and papas t 47h Debutante The center of tonights festivities wll of course be the debutante r 1uoung to be the l ttdef ItJl ebjwrveni ta large society fume vt M teini jjnlT few months past her seventeenth birthday It is c ra mo 4 d herethatIt tV sot- thbrIg1fl1 l tIoofri tyeit to bring oufs0 sops Jaer oiiy daughter The desire 1eciye Mini mel a season in the White House before her fathers term expired iff the reason for tonights ball Ofcourse Miss Roosevelt is by no means a strangerto the social world For the last two years she has been prent at many of the state receptions in the White Hourfe Jdshe was conspicuous as one of the attrac the young girls at the wedding of her older half sister Mrs Alice Longworth Yet the contrast between Miss Ethel lu dM18 Longr rth I1 most striking even to the cursory observer The former Is riiodest and retiring to the verge of bashful ess of the simplest tastes and en joying v keenly the most innocent pastimes a really old fashioned girl in the good sense Like all young women though who are to experience the first delights and conquests of their initial season she has anticipated wit pleasureable excitement tonight event at the White House V INVESTIGATORS SAIL TODAy g Congressional Party Is Off for INPanama Charleston S C Dec 28 TlM fourteen members of the house corn mittee on Interstateand foreign pom merce who are going to Panama to investigate the canal work saIi from here today on the Panama steamer Allianca They will reach Colon on Tan 1 ana will spend four or five days on the isthmus The array gements for their return have not been made but ttey will leave in time to be back IM Washington on Jan 14 Among the members of the party accompanied by their wives iiejresentative Kenmed yvpjt QWo Senator Owens Complaint Washington c28 r SMialip Owen of Oklahoma who is ii several thousand defendants la smM brought by the govenimdmtr te 1 L up titles to Indian lands 1nt1latpte is urging President RpoMvettta ttithese cues settled at the I ppssible moment bY dircttg At itorneyGeneral Bonaparte to tak rQw teases directly to the UJ ttd M e supreme court If jpossiSfei GOYrase f Haskell and many tfnln Oklahoma are defeed s ja tfor which tb gywjpaMit has been pgcepafing for two ofc Senator Owen says that tberdragging of the cases of ytiM ftiuwii are 23jX0 is damaging ofKmlm ft and development generally SF mage Packii fl Pist i IMo Dec I7T bra t aaa tant rbpi of tWi SN Pakiag ap1bytre T f 4sJVP J IV d ro r r 1 2 c 1 If r 7 THE ricmtY I yfiv iflCTURE Boor WILES d 1 iIw the Catalogues Lure Buy- sT t With Deceptive cuts iJttGUMENT FOR HOME TRADE Ilia Man Who Sends Money Away For d ads He Could Buy at L eal Stores l iltrJkM at tho Very Root of His Own rity Hints to tho Wise The head the hoot and the hide of h mail order business is the cata pie and the meat of tho catalogue jjt the picture In these voluminous iMntrn the larger catalogue houses pic tane Everything from a hog ring ton pKiable sawmill They picture things which they have and which they have r r jmt Everything goes in this great book ijiC books If they have not the r al Jigrthat the picture represents they something just as good and heper says a writer in Maxwells Talisman They invite you to send ins your orioleY for this is strictly a cash in ad mce proposition If they have not t vat you order they will send you 4Mnethmg else but be sure to send joar money In with your order That jJrimportant You will have no oppor amity to examine the goods and com Pfe the quality with other grades but frfct of that It is such an exciting 4Boment when you come to open the 3Mkg and see the color of the cat catalogues are sent to every fam tBj where there Is a possibility of Se pictureBleaks3wrtising in the agricultural and reli 1boasjournals keep a constant stream tf money flowing from the legitimate itffuuinels of trade into the coffers of iihrrr catalogue concerns The business policy of the old grange jftovement was shortsighted and the impracticablejjogtion of the organic laws of trade Tfce country needs the town as much the town needs the country And 5Mu middleman is an essential cog in tice wheel of everyday trade To cut 4Mt the retail merchant and business ngenerally in the country town is destroy the small trade and social ofawhich will always the value mi firm prpperty in their vicinity Then Mirera farm is to a consuming mar jhet the greater becomes the earning consequentlyr4fctt greater its value ha the general r diet Tile cataloguemail order ided lit carried out to Its ultimate conclusion i araold wipe out every village and small Ttmii and leave nothing but individual tms and a few large distributing maters with a complete monopoly on 4lu essential commodities Local cen ton of consumption that now furnish Jfc market for a large per cent of the 4acm products would disappear from e map and the social and educational vantages afforded In a large com mttYeoUld be found only in a cats 3cgne center and theret Would be no iMedfor more than one fthemihejgBMtest trust in the world Is the ideal catalogue mail order combination It eors every possible field of trade and okano competitionJ t CtTilbwtioni as we know it is based pa reciprocal obligations In the or jflfaftry course of trade the local mer chant furnishes a market for the small yr produce of the farm and also pro flica a reasonable assortment of goods ills the use and convenience of the wnmunity For these accommoda 4SOO8 the community is under a re proeal obligation to give him the f Reference of tradeat least to giye 3tim a fair chance to compete for that ade This principle is recognized by tile community when it demands that peddlers take out a license The man who tends his money away Jrom his hometown for goods that he I tan buy at the local store loses more than he can possibly gain He strives iKt the very root of his own prosperity Rsa penny wise and pound foolish business Every hundred dollars sent i tof the county reduces the work 1ac capital of the county just that mac A prosperous country town in Hcates a prosperous rural community 3f jour towns look seedy and unkept Jjif theulior entsigns to the store windows stare you In the face if the Merchants are discouraged what is ttleffect on farm property what does i kthe stranger the investor if you please think of the community in gen rai 1 Will he invest his money in a ttBmuhity that is not true to itself i = line thinking man knows that the price ot iarm reel estate depends as much ll oa its nearness to agood live town 4 du Jt does upon the producing power Ifit the soil 4 r t Village Improvement r The State grange of Massachusetts n rc ni5risihg sorer 200 individual granges aboutYr OOO has decided to make ylllajge im iii rtr cotement a regular part of Itswork tlJthe future The grange thus admit f o tW value of improvement work and 1 ti j Aklfc tQtl broad interpretatiqn ir t p eluding among the proper fields for f v jfctelopment the general environment die home the individual the farm 1 v the neighborhood and the town The i i 4Mire yo cooperate with all other i y rces i for the Improvement of civic ipditiongr is also expressed The end beautysof the towns of i rhe ifateJ scpmniendable says Max c r t yWall e Talisman By this alone mad i the 0V11cQ vcte with the city and t t ease tO be decadent The grange has xYkeady done good work In this fiek r u ii tial PseSand this broader t rmItpr much f rt 1 i V 7 r t BOY INVENTORS How Two Country Lads Gained Fame and Fortune r A boys elders are guilty of a foolish act when they sn bhhn because he says or does something which they dont understand A boys personality js entitled to as much respect as- a mans so long as he behaves him selfSome of the most important inven Lions have been the work of boys The Saw the Boy Playing Marbles at the Door invention of the valve motion to the steam engine was made bya mere boy Newcomes engine was in very incomplete condition from the fact that there was no way to open or close the valves except by means of levers operated by the hand ftewcome set up a large engine at one of the mines and a boy Humph rey Potter was hired to work these valve levers although this was not hard work yet it required his constant attention As he was working the levers he inthetime might be made to open or close file Valves xHe procured a strong cord and made one end fast to the proper part of the engine and the other end to the valve lever and then he had the satisfaction of seeing the engine move with perfect regularity of motion- A short time after the foreman came around and saw the boy playing marbles at the door Looking at the engine he saw the Ingenuity of the boy and also the advantage of so great an invention The idea suggested by the boys in ventive genius led to putting it In practicallform and made the steam engine an automatic working machine j The Toer loom is the Invention of a farmers boy who had never seen or heard of such a thing says the Detroit Free Press He whittled out one with his jack knife and after he had got it all done he with great en thusiasm showed it to his father who at once kicked it to pieces saying that he would have no boy about him who would spend his time on such foolish things The boy was sent to a blacksmith to learn a trade and his master took a lively interest in him He made a loom of what was left of the one his father had broken up and showed It to his master The blacksmith saw he had no com mon lad as an apprentice and that the invention was a valuable one He had a loom constructed under the su pervision of the boy It worked to their perfect satisfac tion and the blacksmith furnished the means to manufacture the loom and the boy received half the profits In about so year the blacksmith wrote to the boys father that he should bring with him a wealthy gentleman who was the inventor of the cele brated power loom You may be able to judge of the astonishment at the old home when his son was presented to him as the inventor who told him that the loom Was the same as the model that he had kicked to pieces but a year be foretEASY TO DO- 1r i f Hang Your Hat on a Lead Pencil Try It Take a smooth hexagon lead pencil one withouteithef rubber or metal end and place it against d door or window casing then with a firm esUdesome 3 or 4 inches and it will stay as if glued to the cap ing You may now hang your hat on the end of the pencil- When you slide the pencil along the casing do it without any apparent ef fort and JtWill appear to your audience as though you had hypnotized it This says Popular Mechanics Isi a very neat trick If performe4right igl sfiows tie pencil pn the casing niFig 2 the hat hangingo i itr iH S 0P f TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE I OHIO J Eastbound- No 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 am Xo 22 Daily 1157 a W No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630p m No 24 Daily 9 25 pm Westbound So 27 Da lyEX Sunday 622 a m No 21 803 amNo 25 Dailyd 2 50PD No 23 Daily 438pp m 5 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Jtf Southbound No 3T Din6innatiEaoxville lo cal 10 li2 a m No 33CincinnatiJacksonville limited 1103 a m No MaysviileStanford local with Cincinnati conection at Paris arrives at 6 32 departs at 6 35 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1123 p m Northbound W o 34 AtlantaCincinnati limiter 506 a m No 10 StanfordMaysyille local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 713 a m N9 v 38 KnoxvilleCincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p m No 32 JacksonvilleCincinuatr limited 5ti plm All of these trains will stop at Win chester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex cept Sunday Trains Nos 29 and 3 on the present timetable will be dis continued between Paris and Row land on the hew timetable EASTERN RY CO EXINGTineCardin Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 IDaibStations jv Lexington 225 73f Winchester 3 05 8i L E Junction 320 82 Clay City 350 90 Stanton 358 91 Campton Junctio 430 93c Natural Bridge v 435 94t Torrent eo 447 95 Beattyville Junc 510 110 1T Athol 537 104 0 K Junction 605 111 rJackson 6i101121 Noll No3j No5 e DailyDaily Sun tboundI sunlOnl PMIAMvJackson 0 K Junc 6 15 2 25 1705 Athol v 6 40 2 2i 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 7 30 3 4X 8 15 Natural Bridge 745 355 820 Campton June 748 357 8 Stanton8 5 426 8 54 Clay City 8 25 435 902 L E June 900 507 934 Winchester 912 520 945 ArLexington 9 55 605 11025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C O Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos 2 and 4 Will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Kv and way stationsW MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf The Lemon as a Cleanser There is no excuse for rough or stained hands nowadays no matter how much time you must spend in the kitchen A slice of lemon or a skin from which the juice has been squeezed rubbed on the hands will remove stains of all kinds As a nail cleanser equal portions of lemon juice and alcohol helps to remove stains It should be applied upon absorbent cotton wound round a sharpened orange stick At night the hands should be liberally anointed with a toilet cream and loose white cotton gloves worn to save the bedclothing Lemon juice will cleanse other things besides the skin Copper may be clean ed by bJ ingwlt1ta lemon skin and salt It should wiped at once with acjotb or chamois Iron rust and ink stains may be removed from linen by rubbing with lemon Juice and salt andY then exposing the spot to the sun for feverishness and d natural thirst soften a lemon by roIlIng it on some hard surface cut off the top add sugar workingjit down into the lemon with a thenS10WJY8Uck- the lemon AS Bobby tlnderstoodIt- Little Bobby had never been to Sunday school before and came home widfteyedand excited to relate his adventures to hiss mother After giving iflatiering account of his teacherjhe addedi And she told me to learnth- erva creM i r ry1 7 i 1S rt f r v t Jo b p r I o t Io I e 4 rY l JOB PRINTING I Jl i OurPlant is equipped with the itetJaL cilities to turn out the best of Job Work v s Our Business has increased materially t growingyj f iI t steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office bes I j 1fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to I handle Nothing is too small topre vent our giving it the very best of attention f We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out of this office the day they areproms ised There is no irritating delay We AreAlso Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and folded work I Lawyers Briefs can be set as expef T7 ditiously andcheaply as in any part of Kentucky All We Askfrom any one is a single wet will not urge you to come again TH- EWINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St Winchester OB PRINTIN l T f t r n J ob PIt J J 0 tO rr j 4 t y I 1 y- tl 0 IIk tt i x I IJ THE WINCHESTEil HEW1 Pall 3 COLORED TEACHER TO MEET TUESDAY State Association in Thirtieth Ses sion to Gather at Opera House The Kentucky Colored State Teachers AssociationsConvenes for its thirtieth annual meeting at the Opera House this city Tuesday De cember 29 for a three days session The program will be as follows Tuesday December29 4 200 p m 6all to order Devotional exercises Enrollment of members 230 p m Experience with the new school law J S Estill B S Mt Sterling Discussion opened by- E Coleman Nicholasville J J Brown Campbellsville 330 p mThe Vocational school- J W Hughes B S Wheeling W Va Discussion opened by D W McLeod Covington R B Brown Cane Springs 415 p mEconomic and Social Value of Health a Main taming the Maximum State of Health H C Tinsley M D Georgetown b Hygienic and Sanitary Con ditions Perry D Robinson M IX Lexington c Prevention and Treatment ofI some Common Diseases J Holmes M D Winchester Announcement of Committees Intermission 730 p mMusic Welcome address on behalfof city Mayor J A Hughes Welcome address on behalf oft achersof Winchester and Clark county J H Garvin A M Response Miss Mabel C Leake Covington Report of Committee on Declaration of Principles C W Houser M D Chairman Louis by Henry Allen Laine Music Annual address Education in a Democracy President of Association Wednesday December 30 830 a mRound Table Salaries of l Teachers W H Bate Danville 930 ft mour Teachers a Their Needs F M Wood I Lancaster s b How to Meet These Needs S M Vancleve A M Frank ftIIlsfort c The Relation of the State Normal to these Needs and Pro visions for Meeting Them J H Jackson A M Frankfort 1000 a mi Address The Study of Plant Life in the Common Softools Prof Clarence W Mathew Dean of College of Agriculture State University Lexington 1115 a m1230 p mVisiting and Inspecting the Work of the Winchester School IntermissionI 230 p m Address Prof T K Taylor Pres Kentucky Wesley an College Winchester 315 p mThe Working of the Com pulsory School Law 0 E Guth rie Owensboro JDiscussion opened by Miss M S Brown Louisville W C Orton Cynthiana 400 p mMoral Training in the Public Schools a What is the Problem 1 F M Rusell A M Newport b Relative Value of Instruc tion and Training Miss GQ Moore Louisville c Correlating chool Training and That of Other Institutions W H Fouse A B Covington- d Relation of Moral and Reli gious Training J E Wood Dan vile Discussion opened by W H Perry Louisville W H Mayo Frankfort Address A Study for All Grades f Prof L V Dodge Berea Intermission L3b pmJtlusic Report of Committee on Nomi nation of Officers Miss Tillie Young Chairman Covington Poem Joseph S Cotter Louis yule Address Prof L B Moore Ph DI Dean of Teachers College Howard University Washington D a- Music Address The Ideal Teacher Prof R M Shipp Superintend ent of Schools Winchester Thursday December 31 530 a mRound Table Profession al Training Dr Moore Leader 830 a mRound Table Nature Study Prof G W Carver Leader y3o a mMusic J nuratScDanvillefDiscussion opened by KSmith Lebanon MissvlctbHaVHayes7 I Gre strnrg v v lOiSQ a mAddress Prof G W f Carver Director of Agricultural Efepartment Tuskegee Institute 1130timReppt of Historian T J Smith VersaDles 1145 a 4m Community State and National Progress Rev C H Parrish D Dj Louisville Mrs Lewessia V Sneed A B New Albany Ind P Moore A B Pembroke EdwardDavisA B Georgetown J W Bell Ear lington H F Jones Hender son Mrs Barbara Courtney Lexington Miss Martha Wil liams Frankfort Adjournment Special Exhibit Day The colored teachers of this city will have a special exhibit day on Wednesday December 30 at the 01 iver street school buildipg from 11 to loclock A special lunch will be prepared by the girls of the Depart ment of Domestic Science The menu will be as follows Ham Pickle Salmon Croquettes Beaten Biscuit Chicken SaladI Lettuce Lattice Potatoes Cream Cake PICTURE LECTURE BOOMS How Some Towns Advertise Their Beauties to Other Towns There are many methods of getting the attractions and advantages of a town before the outside public if the townspeople only careenough about the matter to do something active and actual in that line One of the most up to date methods of town booming is to have a good talker go from town to town delivering a picture lecture about the place which is to be boomed The first thing of course is to have about fifty or sixty lantern slides made from photographs of places of interest In and around the town The slides may be colored or left in black and white Colored ones naturally add to the beauty of the scenes in cases where coloring is indicated The lecturer who should be person ally acquainted with each building bridge stream park landscape or perU son represented devotes a minutes talk to each subject as the picture is thrown on the screen Half a hundred pictures will make an evenings entertainment of an hour to an hour and a half sure to be enjoyed by the people of the towns vIsited The outfit for a picture lecture costs so little that the expense is scarcely to be considered when a whole communi jThereala which maintain regular booming offices in Los Angeles the metropolis of the district At certain intervals pic ture loctureq are given the dates being advertised in the local press The ad mission is free Thousands of tourists from all parts of the country are attracted to the hall where the show takes place Many of these are attracted to the town which is the subject of the show ome of them buy lots itartsin basineea build hpm ea therer The Californlaldea can bvkpiilied to any town elsewhere Put your picture lecture man in a suitable hall in the nearest city of considerable size and t is reasonably certain that before very long inquiries will begin to comeI and people will begin to follow the inquiries This lsn suggestion easy to work out anywhere If nobody does nothin nothin will be done SPOTLESS INDIANA TOWN How the Inhabitants of Hope Cleaned UpHope a cleanup day a short time ago and an enterprising poet was moved to write the following doIngEach pursuIngMake And thats what they did The residents of the place certainly made Hope a spotless town and there is a reward of 5 in gold for the smallest piece of dirt to be found inside the corporate limits The town board decided that June 11 should be cleanup day Notices were posted the town marshal went around and notified everybody the board ofIhealth got busy and when the sun arose on a Thursday morning brigades of cleaners were at Work It became the duty of every person to clean up his own premises and to pile the gar bage and trash In the street in front of his house The town furnished wagons to make the rounds and haul the trash away Other men were em- plOyed to clean the streets and by evening everything was spick and span Now the people of Hope Intend to keep their town that way A Business Builder Advertising Is today the mightiest factor in the business world It Is an evolution of modern industrial competition It is a business builder with a potency that goes beyond human de sire It Is something more than a drummer knocking at the door of the consumer something more than mere salesmanship on paper It is a positive creative force in business It booms the town It builds factories skyscrapers and railroads It makes two blades of grass grow in the bustiness world where only one fore It multiplies human wants and Intensifies human desires It furnishes excuse to timorous and hesitating ones for possessing the things which under former conditions they could easily get along without The human mind is so constructed Jhat 1t18 appreciably affected by repetition and after all ad yertising Is only repetition t i FOREST HE mm IN WESniRGINIA Every County in the State Had One Or More Disastrous Fires The unprecedented destruction this season by forest fires in West Virgiia has called the attention of the people as never before to the necessity of better protection to woods and watersheds says Hu Maxwell chairman of the West Vir ginia Conservation Commission The relationship between deniided mountains and floods is better un derstood than formerly and the prob lem of a future timber supply has ceascd to be a question for academic discussion a One or Mote Fires Every one of the 55 counties had one or more fires some being small and spreading through a few wood lots only others covering more than 50000 aresTh areas burned aggregated 1700000 acres approxi mately onefifth of the wooded area of the State Timber burned amounted to more than 943500000 feet board measure about 3 per ctmt of the entire estimated standing tim her jarge and small in the State or twothirds of the output ofin tile sn vnrtts of West Virginia ii iPl Money Losses Heavy Money losses were heavy The Value of timber burned was 2903 500 There were losses in manufactured lumber tanbark building andother improvements amounting- to 490175 This year there was an unusually heavy damage to un dergrowthand soiland this has been placed at one dollar an acre for every acre burned making a loss of 1703850 in the State Those losses total up to 5097825 The re porfpd expenditures by the State and individuals for fire fighting form an interesting contrast to the loss of more than 5000000 The amount which county treasuries and companies are reported to have spent to suppress fires was only 646 individuals and companies are report ed to have spent about 89000 Injury to the Soil The injury to the soil from fire was much more severe this season West Vinymia than ever before alone because the burned area was larger than in any former year but also for the reason that excessive dryness exposed the humus to a grehter depth Ground fires have been unusual heretofore in this State but this season they were common and widespread Two human lives were lost in the fires Fought the Fire TIm mountain people foughtvfires in the past when f fought at all by raking the leaves and sticks from- a fire lane two or three feet wide and back firing That method fail ed this year Fires crossed the lanes by burning the humus beneath the surface and then started up on the farther side The fires burned so deeply in the humus that an unusual phenomenon was presented when a snow fall came early in November The snow apparently extinguished the fires but it went away quickly un der the influence ofa strong dry wind and the fires came up and 6ut of the ground and were soon spreading again I saw an interesting example of tins Tn the morning the snow in the woods was two inches deep and no fire was to be seen Before sunset the snow was gone and the leaves were burning Large Tracts of Land Large tracts of land on the high mountains were denuded of soil down to the rocks Over much of the area where the Pottsville Conglom orate is the surface formation there never was much mineral soil Beds of moss lichen leaves and decaying wood formed t a covering for the rocks which gave anchorage to the roots of the forest trees Over ext tensive tracts soils of that kind were absolutely destroyed COMING TO WINCHESTER The new Stanford Drug Co changed hands Wednesday when Mr Pat W Whipp of Liberty bought the stockof drugs etc of Messrs W K Shugars and J Randolph Harris Mr Whipp took immediate possession but Mr Shugars willremain with him for a month tifter wHich he will move to Winchester where he has bought an interest in the Martin Cook Drug Co the biggest and best concern of its kind in the hustling capital of Clark county We shall be very sorry to give up Mr Shu his splendid wife and interest ng manly little son but welcome Mr Whipp to the best old on town oh the mapStanford Interior Journal Uncle Ebens Wisdom Dars 10tsowaysO ben fiUn so ciety said Uncle Eben Sometimes you kin do mo good to de public bj workinj ten minutes wif a snow shove dan by lecturin two hours an a half jS ri tJ i 1 t 1 THEHEROINEOF THE KBS Famous Beauty Who Once HadArt World at Her Feet Recently Died Unmourncd famqusShepopularized by the engraving She was called Anna Warrington She prettiestdaughter queredall hearts even that of Na Whavepainting she came to Paris when quite young toward the end of the quarter the inspiration of LeUan freely she posed for the young artists Car olus Duran admired her passion ately Napoleon IIIa little before the war of 1870 met the ravishing mod eland was enamored When the em peror was at Chiselhurst vin exile Anna Warrington who hadreturned to England before the siege went to see him aIid was his faithful friend until his death pallettesome 50 francs a week She visited Whistler whobadonce dreamedof her but now was married Years made their ravages She no longer dared to look into a mirror Each year after 1873 the day following All Souls day she wet to deposit at the tomb of the emperor a little bouquet of violets She died a few weeks ago at Chelsea Nobody followed her coffin No one laid a flower upon her grave One The Kissyet sees every where but who knows who was the heroine From Le Cri de Paris STANDARD TIME IN PERU Peru is the first of the South American republics to adopt a world time standard The seventyfifth meridian west of G eenwchhas been chosen This which is the ba sis of our eastern standard time runs through the middle of the republic only a few minutes of longi tude east of Lima Hereafter all timepieces in Peru will coincide with those in the eastern United States There are said to be few countries more favorably situated geographically than Peru for the use of a standard tithe meridianYouths Companion BEDOF VIPER SKINS Few of Indias Rikki Tikki Ta vies can have such a record in snake killing as that qf Leon Casse known asPere la yiere who kills vipers in the forest of r Fontainebleau He has just been taking a rest after an arduous season during which he has killed nearly 700 snakes His aver age for a year is about 800 He sleeps on a mattress made of viper skins and it is Said that he has been bitten so many times that he no longer suffershe has become in oculated London Standard USEFUL I w tt I I dont arst yer fer money govnor 0clothesHARD WORKING MAYOR In pursuance of an old custom the rural parish of North i1o1t n Eng land the second largest parish in Devon has electeda mayor at the annual court leet F T Lack beirfg its choice His duties cannot be de scribedas onerous fOr they consist clleflyof presiding at the mayors annual feast The are very proud of the priVilege of electing a mayor AN EXCELLENT FiE SON BUtwhy insisted the rgurnen- tative manshae you decided to call yQursclfa aostiOJ Because aidhis wearied friend eli becausT ydon knowl t J i h i k Y You Cannot Answer These Questions t I 1Why do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wishr tj 2 Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laun I dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofafaucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filterplant South of the Ohio River dismal looking 5Why suffer incon7 veniences everything andfva healthof family hr bufefy economy indifference getting ti CF ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works COjIIWJCORPORATED cor Maple Evenue will ten itbe surprised at inexpensive these privileges are An Advance for Winchester E TE have just installed at great expense new engine and other machinery with which DAYCURrRENT t other motors Let us give estimates on this and sorts electric lighting Remember that electric is superior to others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Gtf INCORPORATED P HACKETT GENL MGR P BWe furnish Ice Winter as well as Summer f Do Men Read Advertisements r Read This One at AnyiRate I THIS COUPON out and presented to us good for PurchaseIPOOUI o MA8SIC Shoe r We Do Not Reserve 5 Shoe in Store lit 1 t1ASSt The Shoe Nan BuSh has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORm1TDVES BEST in the World BUSH onthe Corner Make Your Oleo pound of beef tallow and strain through a sieve Mix with one pound pt good and put on the sjtove again to melt together Pour in bowl For frying bO steak potatoest In fact anything Reaches twice as far as one pound of butter and has lard beat a mile Try with Toothpicks In ia convenient spot in the kitch en keep a box new wood tooth picks use in testing broadband cake when baking The w yof using a straw is to say tile least unsanitary t the Iron Handle Cool t In making iron holder slip a little piece of asbestos between the outside ana the filling This will absolutely prevent burning through the holder and the holder will last twice as long Delineator T6 Clean Aluminum Wire 2 UsespuiIk- wsiend pi clea alumL llitwilIbe atlc W f THENtWky II3t ci r J 4Why have a diy yard when you can have it filled with grass and Uiesamethe street other when you can have for the comfort your right the house 6rIs it not true that the anvV swer is not lack of money lack of and enterpri rvand to imost out of life At Street and you all about Youll how our f you all of light all W in I Cittt is The Man Anij our Melt one butter Cake of for broom Tor Keep ubri green 1 Let Us D- oYour t Plumbing IF YOU WANT IT DONE RIGHT In I our work we are yay t past the experimentalJ stage We do not guess at how things should be done we know As to prices we also know youll not object GRANT WITT O CO I 30 North Main Economical Doughnuts Beat an egg very light with a cup i of sugar add A cup of milk not itir 0ll ring this In then put in quickly a halfP ta grated nutmeg a half l rof salt and three leaspoonfulsof bkJItag powder sifted with enough flotr to makea dough that can be rolled jout Boll in deep fat to which a Httlsr t salth7sbeen added this list pr fv If caution will keep the doughnuts fron I absorbing the grease r aSalted peal ts f Shell and take the skin fomfresk ly roasted peanuts Jn a baking pvs melt butter stir the peanuts Into tiii i f untSwell coated then roast stirring ioften vumtil light brOwn Dra+ tbe 9 t paD to the door of the oye IJ for two t minutes thethe nuts imtd a colamdec amd krdf to diI4o4 I r I sp4ItflIeIm 8dI1tiJr pIterbog criap i L 4 tir zr t i w TcI I r a JjI 1 I I 0 1 o t J 4 7t HTHEWntcHESTEIt MEWS 4t f I r tli WINGNESTER NEWS J An Inctointait Hewspaptr Polished tiy i j Tie Winchester News Ci t Incorporated 1 r Office South Main Street j Winchester Kentucky J Daily Except SuntayI Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the post office zstWiicheste Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 s LSLJBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery 0ily opp year J 520 10ePayable at office or to collector ersweek t Mail Delivery Due year u 300 iX months 150 One month 25 J A Payable in advance i ADVERTISING RATES DiSDlay Per Inch Onto time any edition v three times within one week 50 One week continuously iOn One calendar month 309 Four weeks four tunes a week 240 Pour weeks three times a week 180 Pour weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a we ek 75 Time discounts 3 months 10 per nt 6 months 25 per cent one f 8io33 13 per cent Lineiff Business notices body type 7l2c Pure reading news headings 15 IiNewPhoneHo91 MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1908 ADVERTISING AND THE GROWTH OF WINCHESTER rihevainting for advertisements upon rocks fences andother out door places although still practiced tsome extent is riot nearly so pop tilar as it once was for about the i only effect It produced was the dis figuring of scenery which no one- liked Public spirited citizens and civic leagues throughout the country t have protested against such signs and have gradually educated the pubS lie against them But more thanany other cause contributing to their Elimination was the fact that as an advertising medium it was found toe 1fufidoor to an absolute failure i MlTJie shrewd business man has t learned by experience that for Jrasr iness success and that is the object of advertising there is nothing ifike r attractive advertisements in the daily paper of his home city People do jnot have to journey far and wide to read sueb advertisemenththey are 4brought into the house for everyone to read And the daily ia town like Win 401Jn erp e up- building bva community Its pat J s fetp far more Jjenjafits from its jjpages than do its publishers In 4frthis sunport of Winchester I the tNews believes that it is asking fMo tth5sthafl in all fairness Belongs ir fo it It distributes in ihis city over j20 fJerfweek fdrwages and necs layjtWid- It is refusing ffm e week from 25 to 60 in pitt side advertising because it is de sirous of helping the local trade A Sleading merchant of this city said ItQ us Saturday that we were foolish in not admitting to the columns of The News all legitimate business that 4 came whether from Lexington l Cin cinnati or elsewhere He said that jhe and the rest of the merchants would advertise just the same and in fact might be compelled to use Jar ger space IhanMf no outside adver J ttsemerits ap ardother busi ne6sman has told us that in his f Aopinion we were contributing more in dollars and cents directly out of our pockets ty turning down this out 5iue business than any other indi 4 Fvi1unJconceni in Winchester The News is Billing to stand this 4loss it is willing io contribute this 1 amount to ifie advancement of the t Winchester merchants j but it thinks i ihat in return it should receive the f cordial support of all merchants and t Jrasinets men The new year isat 45b n L All ought to be making their- ijjlkn for the coming year Donot 9fgetyoir advertising appropna ti9n The manager of this paper Jitah tfs ready at all tunes to give his JMtriee and assistance in arraDirihff vpjp n dvertnr Campaign He i j sf SS ii t 1 4 I wants no mnl spend more than his business cak afforot in his advertising for he realizes that thi nerchant8 best interest is ultimately the papers best interests He hai already advised more tlarione prospective ad vertiser against too large an adv r tising expenditure He wants the merchants to ieel that he is at all limes trying to do the best he knows low to secure to the patrons of tisp- 4per the iargest return fpr their rnbney f The News is now heretO stay The experimental stage is passed It ex ects to grow and prosper with the rowdh and prosperity of this city urn if Eastern Kentucky The Nevs believes thatrthe next ten years will see a most wonderful development in he mountain country and that Win hester will increase in population Iud b slllessata rafe far greater lian anything that iJ been done in he past And this paper expects to Ip its part Jii malting possible that r aew era THE BEACH HARGISTR1AL ThQBeaeliHargis trial is over and nine members ofa Kentucky jury mye caused the old Commonwealth- to again hang her head in shame and anothernitch has been cut in her reputatioi of lax and inefficient en f rcementof the criminal laws The result is nothing more than the daily reports from the trial have prepared the public to expect In facts we would not have been sur prised had there have been anyac prised had there been an ac qiiittal We have become so accustomed to acquittal in important mur del trialsthat we have come to ex pect that result a foregone conclu sion where the defendant is a mem beV of a wealthy or influential fam ily Tliirtyfive years ago a most atro ciousmurder was committeed in Pa ris France A son of wealthy par ents murdered his father in cold bloodl4 The entire city was shocked f tfhecrime and the press demanded a speedytrial and just punishment The young patricide surrounded him selfbwith the ablest lawyers to be- foUl dwh by their skill and ingenu ity obtained delays and continuances thitiithe public had ceased to think Qf the revoltitig crime Finally the trial came off and the accused was acquitted When the verdict was announced the people were astounded The shock of the acquittal was even greater than the shock occasioned by the murder 5 A distinguished author and writer of that time inHryirig to fincl some palliation for the jurys action I wrote as follows As the march ofcivilization goes on juries in important criminal trials will become mOre timid and hesitating and whenever the jury can find a peg to hang a doubt on they will wash their hands of the responsibility of condemnation Every juror from the moment he is sworn weighs infinitely less the cvi dence he had come to listen to than the risk he runs of incurt ring the pangs of remorse And how true this is of thepresent time we have but to recount the ac quittals in the many important crim inal trials of the last few years It was a weak defense of that jurys action and yetwere we called upon to defend the action of the nine mem hers of the EstilJ county jury who voted forth acquittal of Beach Har gis it would be the best and most charitable that we could make What Kentucky needs oh shame that we have to write itare brave fearless honest conscientious incorruptible men to do jury service in criminal cases and until we get twelve such on our juries the rich and influential criminal will go unpunished and the redlianded mnrd r permitted to go stalking about unrestrained killing whom he may slay SIt grieves us sorely to write this of onr beloved State but the records of our criminal courts iestify too un- ering1y to the truth of these stat ments We cannot see how there could be the slightest doubt much less a reasonable doubt of the re suit of Beach Hargis in the minds of any honest fearless brave man and we would that there were more such m non all ofobtu jurias the three Estill county farmrs1wbo re fused to acquit this ydnngrpaiaicide 0 i cS f if f 4S fret our juries be othpo4of more lick men 4ind until Kentucky can de ise soiae means whereby she can ill her jury boxes in criminal trials ith brave ferless honest inciir uptible men she will continue to ear her reputation as the State of he poorest and wprst enforced crim nal laws a SLAYERoF LOGAN YOUNG ISARRESTm tfat Young Yields Readily and Ap pafently is Deranged- MCL5LASVTLLE Ky Dee 28 Mat Young who Mlleopeputy Sheriff Logan Young Saturday was brought here Sunday by his uncle Jeff BaxI er and lodged in jail He was entirely tractable He spent the night it the house of his uncle Matt Young- n the Tates Greek pikes He realizes that he killed Mr Young but he thinks it was some other man He talked freely of his actions as tar as he could remember said he found his gun in a closet where the grandfather had put it several years igo He spoke of shooting at Frank filler Saturday morning after Miller rndfired and told of his killing of Young and shooting at Deputy Sheriff Holloway When asfted his reason for the deed he said the officers tried to buldoze him and he shot to protect himself Asfar as could be learned from his jonversation he had become enraged earlier in the day and he seemed to think the officers intended to kill and his one idea was to protect himself He expresses regret for killing Mr Young He will be tried at once for lunacy Mr Youngs funeral will be held at 1 oclock today at KeeneI IS JEFFRIES READY TO MEET JOHNSON Promoter McintoSh Believes He Can Arrange Match Sydney N S W Dec 28 Almost the sole topic of conversation here now Is tffe T1n I Bur fight and the probability of getting James J j Jeffries to emerge fromreUrcmentI and fight the new t laurels the Californian once held Whether it will be to ar nushIcuttersJeffries is not known but certainly every effort to do so will be made by Hugh McIntosh the fight promoter who adjures that he will leave for the United States by way of England January 2 and offer a purse of 50 000 in an endeavor to entJce Jeffries to come across the seas and meet Johnson That McIntosh can afford to offer an enormous purse for another cham plonship go is shown by the fact that the receipts from the Johnson Burns fight aggregated 150000 Johnson is in perfect condition and shows nomarks of the battle with Burns While his end of the purse for defeating the champion was small in comparison with the amount received by Burns Johnson Is now en abled to pick up a considerable sum of money on the vaudeville stage He has been engaged by a Sidney muse um for a term of five weeks For each week Tie will receive 1750 per week Burns a1thia in good condition ex cept for d1sfl ratlons about the eyes and a badly swollen jaw At first it was thought that ttje negros heavy swings had broken the white mans jaw but it now tunaut that it was only badly bruised The French Canadian adheres to the decision he made prior to meeting Johnson that that would be his last fight de spite the result He says he has made during his fighting career 200 000 andtfiat thlsMs enough to keep him from want I NATIVES REVOLT Chinese Object to Order to Cease Plant Ing Poppy Bulbs Amoy Dec 28 Orders were is sued to a number of natives at Tun gan twenty miles north of Amoy to cease planting opium poppies They declined to acquiesce and a riot fol lowed in which one officer and ten civilians were killed The populace of Timguan is up in arms and 500 troops have been sent there to restore order The authori ties announce their determination to enforce thesantiopium edict Father of Senator Penrose Philadelphia Dec 28Dr Richard A F Penrose father of United States Senator Boies Penrose died at his home here of pneumonia He was 82 years old Dr Penrose was well known in the medical literary world having contributed numerous papers en a variety of subjects He was a graduate of Dickinson college and of thepmedicaF department of the Tlnlversltjrpf P nnsylvania He held a professorship in the Jattep institu tion for 26 yearsDr Penrose was connected with many of the hospitals ind charita ie institutipms of the 5 is 3 it i1 L TO CELEBRATE PERRYS VICTORY Ohio Plans Peace Carnival To Year 1913 PUT IN =BAY IS ThE SCENEi Will Invite England Through Canada to Assist in Commemorating One Hundredth Anniversary of Notable toCreateBetween the Two Countries Mem orable Message Enlarged Upon thetnlterestpowers Great Britain and Americaplans are being perfected to invite the English government to participate In the corn memoration of the 100th anniversary vOf the deeat of the English in one of the notabl conflicts of the war of 1812the victory of Perry on Lake Erie Arrangements are being made by the state of Ohio to promote a grand peace carnival and joint industrial exhibition to be held on the island of PutinBay in 1913 A commission has been appointed by the governor to formulate a program and this winter the state legislature will be asked to make an appropriation which will put the matter In concrete form The proposed exposition will run for several weeks during the latter part of the summer of 1913 and will be known as the International Peace Centennial The site Is appropriate and adequate PutinBay islaud was the center of Commodore Hazard Perrys activities on Lake Erie that resulted in the epoch making victory September 10 1813 The island pos sesses many points of historical in terest in connection with Perrys campaign including the famous cave hidinentIIt is now proposed to have Canada through England share equally in the plans with a view to creating a further tie of friendship between the forIPerry exclaimed I have met the enemy and they are ours Ohio proposes that the latter part of Perrys message should read not only that they are ours but that they are ours and we are theirs one people with a common ideal peace harmorny and progress divided not in mind but by the invisible lines of statehood GOLf TORNAMENT OPENS Winter Seasons Play Begins at Pine hurst N C Today Pinehurst N C Dec 28With the holiday golf tournament beginning here today the winter season for golf In the south may be said to be fairly started This weeks tournament Is however not the most important event of the season here That dis tinction is reserved for the annual midwinter tournament at medal and match play which will begin Jan 11 Reports from all parts of the southern states declare that a long and very successful golf season Is expected Most of the southern clubs have engaged experts from the north or from abroad to keep their links in good shape and many tournaments and interclub games have been planneqt Early and Short Session the Plan Washington Dec 28if the lead ers in congress of bith political par ties are able to bring sufficient Influence upon Presidentelect Taft the special session to revise the tariff will be called almost immediately after inauguration The president will cut the special session as short as possible and secure an adjournment before the extremely hot weather sets ia Several members of congress who have discussed the subjectwith Mr Taft believe that his views in regard to an early and short session coincide with the plan suggested Dalzell to Support Oliver Pittsburg Dec 28 Congressman John Dalzell of this city who last week at Washington announced his candidacy for election by the next Pennsylvania legislature to succeed Senator Knox when the latter resigns to enter the Taft cabinet as secretary of state withrew and ten dered his support to George T Oliver a newspaper publisher of Pittsburg Mr Dalzells decision to withraw was made known in a letter to Mr OliverSFrozen to Death Sheridan Wyo Dec 28The body of John S Taylor who was serving 4iis fifth term as mayor of this city was found In a clump of bushes a mile north of town where he had evidently frozen to death He had been missing for several days Murder Suspected New York Dec 28Found dead in thp kitchen of his home Samuel Mc Cr dle42 is believed by the police to have been murdered The police have detained the dead mans wife and his son Harry 21 years psnding an investigation j iv J 1 GEOLOGISTS ASSEM5LC Seeltty SI America Open Annual Meet vat shlnetonbTod ySWashington Dec 28Men 1JhOHI bmslness it is to learn the of the earth andto delve into the processes of ita formation aiid growth will assemble here today to attend the twentyfirst annual meeting of the Geological Society pf America Among the matters to be discussed at the sessions of the society are the recent discovery in Europe of tflQ so called oldest man and the interesting finds in Iowa In the western part of that state many traces of pre- hIstoric horses elephants mammoths and other beasts of antiquity have been discovered So interesting are these finds to geologists that the president of the society Professor Samuel Calvin of Iowa devoted a large part of his opening address to them Heir to Fortune a Vagrant Los Angeles Gal Dec 2SHeir to half a million dollars and entitld to a position in Baltimore society Wil liam Jefferson Powell has been sentenced to serve 180 days in the city workhouse on a vagrancy charge POLITICAL EXILES INVITED TO RETURN Gomez Also Opens Doors of Venezuelan Prisons 1 Willemstad Island of Curacao Dec 28 Political exiles are returning to Caracas at the summons of Presi dent Gomez who in order to unite all parties and factions in Venezuela has ordered the prisons to be cleared and has invited those long since ban ished from the country to come back The steamship Zulia arrived from Maracaibo with 18 former political prisoners aboard Among the number were several who had been as long as eight years in fetters General Bello the commander of Fort San Carlos at Maracaibo whose assassin ation was attempted recently was also a passenger on the Zulia He stated that a number of criminals were liberated at that place at the same time the political prisoners were given their freedom put later it was found necessary to imprison them again The Zulia left here for Laguaira with the exiles who represent all po litical parties They were given an enthusiastic ovation by the people Curacao and on their departure ofI presented with a paper bidding adieu on behalf of the entire population la this document it was statedthat only one man was the enemy of the exiles and of Curacao andhe hid mow lost his prestige SOCIOLOGISTS MEET TODAY jnAmerican Society to Discuss Family Life at Atlantic City Atlantic City Dec 28The Fam ilyMk Modfrn Society will be the principal topic of discussion at the eight sessions of the American Sociological society which begins a three days meeting here today Among the social scientists who will present papers are Professor E A Ross of Wisconsin Professor W G Sumner of Yale Director S N D North of the census bureau Dr Edward T Devfne of New York and Charles P Neill commissioner of laborSState Will Finish Today Union City Tenn Dec28Heari- ng of testimony was resumed today in the night rider trial and it is thought that when three more wit nesses have told what they know of outrages in the Reelfoot lake region with special reference to the killing of Captain Rankin the state will rest its case The defense will begin its presentation of evidence either this evening or tomorrow morning Confesses to Murder Mexico Mo Dec 28 Fred Hen derson who confesses that he killed Deputy Marshal Magruder of Hig bee Mo on the night of Dec 18 and that he went to Mexico from Centralla Mo where he held up the Chicago Alton station agent is under arrest Miss Mills to Wed An Earl New York Dec 28 It was announced that the wedding of Miss Beatrice Mills and the Earl of Gran ard would take place on Thursday Jan 14 at the city home of the brideelects father Odgen Mills The ceremony will be private Fire Threatens Oneonta Oneonta N Y Dec 28Fire which for a time threatened the whale business section of Oneonta destroyed the Arlington hotel and seven other buildings in the heart of the city causing Aa loss pf 100000 THE MEAT Of IT R Claus Spreckles 80 the millionaire sugar king is dead at his home in San Francisco The jury that tried Beach Hargis at Orvene Ky for the murder of his father disagreed and was discharged Admiral George Dewey U S A celebrated his 71st birthday at his home in Washington Several members of the Moscow police force including the chief Baron Xlotte were killedin a battle WIth riiiypiu ionisU i f v 1 r IONGBOAT TO WED Canadian Runner Enters MatrlmMlt Race Tonight Toronto Dec28Tonight Tom Longboat the phenomenal Indian- runner conqueror of Dorando in the New York Marathon will start in an event longer than any he has yet ea tered He is to begin the matrimonial Marathon his companion not hia competitor being Miss Maracle for merly of the Mohawk Indian reservation Last Sunday Longboat became a communicant ol the Anglican church JJe Is matched to race against Do rando in Buffalo on next Thursday On January 9 he will run a Marathon race against Alfred Shrubb lishman in Madison Square Gardent New York Toward the end of next month Shrubb Longboat Dorando and Hayes will get together iiy a Marathon race in New York Percy Smallwood of Wales who beat Long boat in a tenmile race may also be a competitor BOYS BADLY BURNED CIgaret Stump and Powder Bottle Form Dangerous Combination Fairmont W Va Dec 28When Oscar Harr ignited with a cigaret stump a bottle containing mine powder he and three companions living at Belleview a suburb were probably fatally injured and several others were seriously hurt by being burned and cut by flying glass The injured Oscar Harr 16 burned about the face and cut probably will die John Laughlin 16 cut about face and arms serious Elmore Sidwell 16 burned about face and hands probably fatal Jennings Smith 13 burned and cut Jesse Wilson 14 head terri bly burned John 11 eyes possibly destroyed by burns KILLED IN FIGHT Wilford and File Families Mix Things aJ Reno III Reno Dec 28 was shot and killed and his brother Noah File was wounded by John and George Willeford in the kitchen of the File home while attempting to prevent the Willeford brothers from injuring Samuel File The Willefords according to one story accused Samuel File of wrong ing a relative Ruby attempted to make George put down his pistol and was shot in th eright temple He died three hours later Noah attempted to disarm John Willeford and was shot in the right cheek He will recover Killed by Unknown Man Pittsburg Pa Dec 28 Samuel Ylasanvich of Clarksville near here was shot and killed by an unknown man who called upon him at his shootingisIn arrestedi HEBREWS EXPELLED Ptrlsdlc Exodus Is Now In Progress In Finland Helsingfors Finland Dec 28Qne- of the periodic expulsions of Hebrews Is now going on in Finland v Thirty families of this denomination some of whom have resided in this country for a considerable period have been ordered to emigrate at once The senate on the basis of a narrow interpretation of the law maintains the right to issue individual licenses entitling residence in Finland for six months these being renewable lonly at the senates discretion France and Venezuela Paris Dec 28The French gov ernment is maintaining a waiting attitude in the matter of political de velopments in Venezuela If the gov ernment of President Gomez endures it wilt be recognized France is anxious to settle her diplomatic difficul ties with Venezuela and if Senor Gaul who Is now on his way to Europe commissioned by the pr sent government to effect a settlement of Venezuelas disputes with the powers- can show proper credentials he will be received Merchant Shot by Robbers Hartford Conn Dec 28 Samuel Rodinsky was shot down and fatally wounded on the doorstep of his home and the assailant escaped On theI ground near Rodinskys body were found a black mask a black cap and a black jack Two shots were fired at Rodlnsky one bullet through the left temple being fatal The victim kept a dry goods stor in Pleasant street and a saloon in the same neighborhood The police be hove robbery was the motive Englands Unemployed London Dec 28The dark side of the English Christmas was the great number of unemployed and the dis tressing prevalence of destitution and suffering This is seen principally in London and at Glasgow and along the Tyne and other sliipbuIldingcentS ers where many establishments have been closed and thousands of men are out of work Goes to Chicago Toledo 0 Dec 28Rev R P Mc Donald for 10 years rector of St Marks Episcopal church here has received a call to the Church of the Epiphany the second largest parish in Chicago to succeed the Rev John Henry Hopkins DD Furniture Warehouse Burns Dallas Tex Dec 28 The large furniture warehouse of M W Strict d lani I Co together with its con tents wore burned here Loss jGO OjM partially insured The ojljin of the fire is unknown fr9 j t t J iI t rt io I t THE WINCHESTER NEf r Jt d i h p 5 f IIor f CtBITIr J J v SmithHaggard- A beautiful wedding took place at Hamilton Ohio Wednesday December 23rd at 230 pm at the elegant and lovely home of W T Haggard on North C street when Mr Jos H Smith of Milwaukee Wis and Miss Ida Mae Haggard of Hamilton Ohio formerly of this city were united in marriage the solemn and impressive ceremony being per formed by the Rev D B Hiley pas oEf that city The entire fume of Mr Thos Haggard brother of the bride was thrown o en and was most beautiful ly decoratedwith palms ferns and flowers which were in harmony with the wedding color scheme The horn i is especially desirable for a wedding the reception hall drawing room library dining room and parlors being converted into one spacious and luxurious apartment which gave a most inviting appearance to the bride and groomelect Shades were low ered to produce the effect of evening and with the brilliantly lighted fur deliers artistic and handsome fur nishings itpresenteda beautiful event Mantels and archways were profusely decorated and Dresden vaSes stood in appropriate places harmonizing superbly with the hand some gown of the bride and bridesmaid Mrs W T Haggard presided at the piano and rendered the beautiful wedding march The bridal part were preceded by the flbwer bnrl next came the groom and his best r man Mr Carl Carnegie of Milwau kee while the bride with her maid of honor Miss Alice Swango enter ed immediately opposite from another section of the house In the spacious parlors they were met by Rev Hiley who solemnly pronounced a very ap thetm man oi which in a few beautiful remarks h h explained to the newly married couple the importance of the vows they had just taken- Immediately after the wedding cer empny the wedding party was taken t by automobiles and partook ofasumptuous dinner at the beautif home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J H G Haggard on Gordon The dining room was beau 1tifully and handsomely arranged and was profusely decorated with flowers together with the elaborate men carried out the color scheme in s entirety The happy couple were the recip ients of many beautifuluseful and valuable presents which fully demonstrated their popularity and the goodwishes of their many friends Mr and Mrs Smith left for a trip North to spend their honeymoon and upon their return they will re side in Hamilton where the groom holds a lucrative and responsible po sition The bride As a daughter of Mr and Mrs JH G Haggard who is fa miliarly known as Bud and who al ways resided in this city and county theEY the Winchester City Schools and a young lady of high character a pleasing loving disposition arid made friends with all whom she came in contact She has many friends and relatives in this county and city who will no doubt be pleasantly sur prised to learn of her marriage The groom isa prominent young busuiess man of sterling quality and holds the position of Superintendent of the Miami Paper Mills We extend to the happy couple o orbe t wishes for all the happiness th t may be eaming to them a a a Chocolate Drinking One of the most fascinating affai of last week was the cholola drinking given by Miss Alla Crutcherat her home on Booneav- flue in honor of her guest Miss Susan Buford of Nicnolasville The house was attractively deco rated in ferns palms and potted plants i Ater exchanging many pleasant riesin the drawing room the guests passed into the dining room where a delightful meat course and chocolate were served by Miss Cora Baldwin Miss Margaret Brown an Mrs Odgen Crutcher in a gracef manner The table was dazzlin with its decorations of candlesticks ferns and RilverwaretAbout enjoys- the hospitality of this charmin young hostess s s s Fortytwo Mrs Jack McCord entertained a f few friends at fortytwo on Satur a I day afternoon at her home on Col lege street The house was grace fully decorated with wreaths of holly fernsjmd palms 7f i i Mrs McCord hRS a unusuallyan terestlnwaY of entertaining and possess the happy faculty of mak ing her guests feelat home The games Wete enjoyed until a late hour wlign JMUrOlegant meat touts was served Mrs Harry Allen as sisted the hostess in bestowing the many favors Among those present were Mes dames John L Wailer Harry Allen Roll Ratliff William S Massie Oh car Johnson James PicHretl Frank Johnson John M Jenkins Luxon of Lexington George Kohlhass Ellen Brown and George Hon eOgdenZarrigan Mr Clarence Ogden and Miss Al zea M Zarrigan were quietly mar vied at the home of the bride i Brazil ind on Saturday at big noon The happy couple will o to house keeping at once in the new home in North Park this city The bride is well known here where she was with Mrs Stoner Ogden and is quite popular young lady Mr Ogden is a fine young bus- gels man and well respected by a who know him We extend congratulations and best wishes III s 1 lThatcherParrish PaYrish were quietly married aaturd afternoon at the home of Rev R ichard French Mr Thatcher is a fine young business man having xtensive lumber dealings out the mountanis The bride is a popular seamstress of our city and is a splendid young woman extend congratulations and fbest wishes Open House Miss Anna Mae Hisle will have n open house on New Years Day from two to six for the mem uls1eBesure to come to the Auditori um tonight You have a chance to win a beautiful ring There uwill be a big game of Broom Ball between Winchester and Maysville on Wednesday night Thursdaynight will be your last chance for the Leap Year so come and watch the old year out and then w year in A special meeting of the Fort nightly Liteiary Club will be held with Mrs Ella Rouusavall on De cebmer 30 to meet Mrs Geor Burnett of Murfreesboro Tenn Mrs V W Bush will be host rfor the Bridge Club on Zhursd afternoon edsisMrs Strother Goff will entertain the Fortnightly Literary Club th afternoon a o s PERSONALS Miss Hettye Taloott left Saturday morning for Macon Ga where she will spend the winter with her sister Mrs A J Brazelton visitingat in The BrownProctoria Hotel was quite gay Sunday evening with dinner parties DudleyIy Dudleye and children are here for the holiday- Elder Searcy is the successful pastor of the Baptist church at Lawrence burg Ky Foxtowtn an d Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs James Rutledge Mr and Mrs Cornelius Rea h sPenda s BeattyR Johns who is attending Millersburg Military Insti is at home spending the holi Mapge Mrs Stuart Tracy of Lexington is spending few days with Mrs Lou Boswell Mr Harold Johnson is spending few days with MrW Garner SmithMr R J Hess was a guest in town for a few days recently Miss Stevehson of Georgetown is = 3 s tv the attractive guest of Mr and Mrs J Stevenson- Mr and Mrs JiimcsQuiseubtry have returned home from their bridal trip and will go to house keeping in the country Miss Jane Gaitskill left this morning for Greensburg Ind for an ex tended visit to Miss Ehel Ewing Mr and Mrs Marion Vaughn of Lexington are visiting Mrs W D Smith Mrs William Hall of Louisville- is spending a few days with Mrs Lou Boswell Mr Withers Davis of Paris spent Sunday in town Miss Susan Buford has returned- to her home in Nicholayille after a most delightful visit to Miss Allan CrutcherAMr McKenzie Todd one of the most brilliant men in the State was a visitor in town Sunday Mr Maynard Bush who has been isnandhMrs Christie Bush lrMrs Gertrude Burner of Louis ville and Mrs John Beet of La tonia are visiting Mrs Will Scobee Dr Allison Cockrell and his guest Mr Marshall Botts have returned to Lexington illi11at his home on South Main street Mr H H Lamport of Lexington spent Christmas with her sis ter Mrs A R Baldwin tMrs J Crews Rash left Saturday morning for Mayfield to be gone for several weeks ofayyiori Mrs Mallie Eads and sonr Tom mie are he guest of Mrs J L Ea- dshlir and Mrs Fred Farmer of Lex iiigton were the pleasant guests of relatives in South Park Sunday Gertrude little daughter of Mr and Mrs W P Westfall of First avenue is very ill of typhoid fever The members of Owens Chapel Methodist church presented their pastor Rev M M Roundtree a nice box of eatables and other usefular tides Mr and Mrs R W Hampton went MrsibHamptons brother Mr George Reed who is confined in the hospitalwith lung trouble He passed through a surgical operation a few days ago but is compelled to undergo another with hopes of his speedy recovery Mr Otis Albritton returned this morning for his homern Mayfield oaf ter a delightful visit to Mr Crews Rash s s Christmas Eve Dinner yMr Vic Bloomfield the clothier gave an elaborate spread at hi home Christmas Eve in honor of his employes and a few choice out siders Those gathered around the McgeSutherland Jas N A Powell Chas Long Shirley HarveassinayA most enjoyable time was spent by all and everyone present voted Mr Bloomfield a genial hosts Miss Jesse Roberts of Lexing ton is the attractive guest of her cousin Mrs J W Ishmael Riot In Jim Crow Coach Fort Smith Ark Dec 28 One negro was killed and two others fa tally wounded during a fight in the negro coach of a St Louis Iron Mountain Southern railway excur lion train between this city and Oherokee Junction Okla Four other negroes who plunged through the cat windows to escape the bullets cannot be accounted for Trainmen finally jve powered some of the disturbers and they were lodged in jail at Sal lisaw s isfTwo MIners Suffocated Amherst N S Dec 28Asa TA catchingsmen were suffocated The fire in the mine was extinguished before any serious damage resulted The Will and Its Application An individuals will Is like a big piece of strong machinery the intel lect mint direct its workings The havedkmJwing how to use it All of lifes experience goes to teach us that very few arguments quarrels or distressing situations are worth a fight Instead of following an impulse to gain revenge it is always more satisfactory and decent to back up and forget Quit Yourselves Like Men Oh do not pray for easy lives Pray to be strong men Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers Pray for powers equal to your tasks Then the doing of your work will be no miracle Every day you shall wonder at your self at the richness of life which has come in you by the grace of God The Late Phillips BrOOM 4 t i l i r J4 f j4tt J THE f By Say boys dont you think maid blink dash every step she takes That you say Aint queen Win goes Yes From tips feet You boys The girl looks and light And the miss shes The quite The girls With that bored look hers But boys Dont ever The little girl furs Just thing With notice that dress suit case very poor One egg ered laid by the and few are too few are by for t r- tti 1 fdjSTAR Ftot Rr LL PUBLIC BENEFIT CLEARANCE SALEItI itfI i WILL STARTh Il u P WEDNESDAY DEC 30 iR v 1908 i and will continue untilit Saturday Jan 9i 19O91 f- It willPayyou to Call and Investigate the Cut Prices c c 4 1 See our Window Display for Bargains LOOK FOR THE STAR THE WINTER GIRL i GEORGE SATTERFIELD Heres Winifred Winter Pretty Bheputethe Merry summer completely Onthe Theres in mischiefs Vl makes she a As walking by Winnies sure a winner feather to can bet the All rubber streetY I I summer tempting in Lawns chiffons sprlghtIysightIyS- prIngtime Thinks candy Gibson acharmer Of z overlook in Theres one wrong Winnie Though It Really might be worse Youll she carries A1 for a purse- Pittsburg Press Poultry In India poultry Is of quality India American is consid equal to threeof those liens in JHitftJustan chickens only a weekaold generally almost tough lo be eaten A turkeys raised Eurppeans In lalayasAtChristma from 5 to10fapiece i 4 J f r J t lIAllfc an opportunity to thank you m erous Xmas trade Rarejr Get Your RED CROSS STRIPS Here Qpticiaai= GERMANTOWN Capt K J Hampton of Louisville Messrs W P Hampton and John L Bosley of Winchester Rev and Mrs H F Searcy of Lawrence burg and Mrs R B Hunter were guests of Mrs Amanda Hampton and family on Christams Day Mr and Mrs Prewitt Harris beIguests of Mr and Mrs O E Bus during the holidays Mr G W Reed who has been at the St Josephs Hospital is reported much better Mrs Will Hula and children and Miss Effie Eubank and Porter Eu bank have been the guests for sever al days of Mr and Mrs Clayton Strode MARKED FOR DEATH Three years ago I was marked for laath A graveyard coughwas tearing my lungs to Doetor- falled to help me and hope had fled when my husband d got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Wil liams of Bac Kv The first dose helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds vin weight and my health was fullv re stored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at Phillips Drug bottline He Was Thankful Willie was very proud of his first if pants That night when he said his prayers he said Dear God l- thankful to day I have on pants now Delineator jbt t c 1r i IJ7fitTJ ter tJ L V 11 t i otthe stgeJl t 7 pieces 4 t ACL LEADING MAGAZINES=AND WEEKLY SAP Rstl SUBSCRIBE NOW reneweJofnnmbelsIany agency Call or write for my New Citatogice P1IiLLlh 1 UNCLAIMED LETTERS Aldridge A N Bush Miss Georgia L Burgin 0 Bailey Miss Ellen J CJarter T Yioryt tAClark Minnie iltCarter Mrs Vinie 11Ealsf Jones Charlie Elizabeths ta yer 2 fJtICidwell Wm Jr lMLane Roger I McHart J H Y Moore C Jj j ffo ittt Monroe Mrs Liliam Martin Mrs Fannie J1I J may JRJOliver Dii ssnneP- rime Rev WW tIRuse Will Ross Miss Clilora Stone Mrs Arnielda iTaylor Miss A C r tVanpeItj Jilf z tWinchester =D Bw t Please call for advertised tI= yput name is on above list RR PBRRY amd PostmaaUc ltel t ItS Jt t I ij 1eai JcJ L tTJ r ffr i If c Y- ri At THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 axl r4 t1MMystery Story of San Francisco r aY 4w wAM ASHLEY WALCOTT ciawe1iMN wrarXSrTIu ce CHAPTER XXVI lf1 voyottllr Night c awe s ery imprudent person IIIIIt Infjfci Mailing yet with a m- ostscroe of anxiety under the iWiafe Save I been doing now I TOat fc irhtyouare to tell me lid tbfil WE a little about your saving ttfranifcis plans this morning but wag ee wery short about it Was hurtLI starfiei to sire a brief description theretwho soatefIng in my listeners face tt mt caller forth detail after Detail a ii Itere es kindled as I told the tale a lie featife that won Omega in the Raaidand the fight that res ithtr its ot victory In tnt office ltiic 1pb = TDfcereiB snethfeg fine in It after ato ftfcatSifc when tryms through neKc its wing left of the spirit d t aU Adventurers and the lssHirok tier hard and she let it lie a- at frefjore she drew it away l afBkaBt more than repaid I yes she said changing her10fc la eof complete indifference Vrpe saM fee made you a director Yes I said taking my cue from mnucr I have the happiness fchase the honor with three other 4Sesc Your father miles the- Y roW asurd laughed Luella Do m waab to provoke me afmInd me Henry interrupted tae voice of Mrs Knapp tL must said I giving her u fiffgu what service do you re felt 8e zvbatyou have been d- ortktJat been telling Miss Lu rrAK wlv may I ask- explaining1 1ns this mornings ireitest heard a little of them from W Kmajjp nave you had any more yrer x4vattareus at B6rtons and std irwtfml plaeeaT X piinred moment and then as lsTit t a JBO reason for keeping sl Jeat somewhat abridged ac1 C 4Overniore trip omitting i taem r the strange vagaties of itgeKnapp who traveled by wJbII reason Abe flattered by th- eaMstasft say audience Both women with wideopen eyes ti JftKflHW tevery word with eager i- nVt fat was a dreadful danger you MJ N said Mrs Knapp with a IJr I I an thankful indeed to a you pOt IIS with no greater hurt fcaclla saiHDthlHg but the look she VMS me set ray heart dancing a wqttata Mrs Knapps praise could 1 i s Te this dreadful business ts11iagoonsaid Mrs Knapp Do slisk this osight be the last of it Kor saasl T remembering my note I 1MjeeceiFcd from fhe Unknown on my mmin There B much more to be fhope you are ready for it said UpODrhce4 As ready as I ever shall be I sup jfK I replied If the guardiar aasel who has pulled me through this fcrwat mId on to his job Ill do m- jA tfrs Knapp raised a melancholy jBRjIe hot 5 disappeared at once and jtM sccxB a tz muse in silence with a eIF pant thought on her mind Ihabf or Since 1 thought she wished iBrsHjeak to IQs but if so she changed mj3HL IwoBcter Zt you skid Luella soft Ifc u we stodtl Alone for a moment 3foK fcrwe little cause YotrrIcddifficulties i mrIvwMi yon might be proud of me JaBftL friendtt r lwasa aa except I said half t aHerir B t yra have promised to tell I Sfcaae daylAs soon as I may rmagneti influence I should JIaw toM tfhea hadishe urged me JmE sot xnlH I was once more out aiVtries house did I recall how im leit was that could ever tell i ape iBfercv mIa one to see you sir l ailirOwHas stsl reached the walk and jifcrff te wards I had left to wait t llRyse Tea aHBfi5fatf re wanted at Mother 3pri sa hurry said another a man stepped forward VVV tu11 to navlr rzlJ HINGS i 4 v mmmiioT sale for rent ad W that clas5vned column E NErsoi r t f If Jt V f v r f I gJllzedt1 e oneeyed manwno had done me the service that enabled me to escape from Livermore Ah Broderick whats the matter- I didnt get no orders SOT so I dont know but there was the divils own shindy ia the height of progression when I lelt And Mother Borton says 1 was to come hotfoot for you and tell you to tome with your men if ye valued your sowl Is she in danger I reckon the thought was heavy on her mind for her face was white with the terror of it One of the men was sent to bring out such of my force as had returned and I with the two others hurried onto BortonsThere none of the sounds of riot I had expected to hear as we drew up before it The lantern blinked out side with its invitation to manifold cheer within Lights streamed through the window and halfopened door and quiet and order reigned 1 found the explanation of the change in the person of a policeman who stood at the door Has there been trouble hereof ficer I asked Oh is It you sor said Corsons hearty voice I was wondering about ye Well there has been a bit of a row here and theres a power of broken heads to be mended Theres wan man cut to pieces and good rid dance for its Black Dick Im think ing its the morgue theyll be taking him to though It was for the receiving hospital they started with him It was a dandy row and it was slventeen ar fists we made Where is Mother 13orton The ould she divils done for this time Im athinking Whist I forgot she was a friend of yours sor where is sueat the receiving nc pital What is the matter with her Aisy alsy sor It may be nothing Shes upstairs A bit of a cut they say Here Shaughnessy look out for this door Ill take ye up sor We mounted the creaking stairs in the light of the smoky lamp that stood on the bracket and Corson opened a door for me A flickering candle played fantastic tricks with the furniture sent shadows dancing over the dingy walls and gave a weird touch to the two figures that bent over the bed in the corner The figures straightened up at our en trance and I knew them for the doctor and his assistantIA ed Corson The doctor looked at me in some surprise but merely bowed Mother Borton turned her head on the pillow and her gaunt face lighted up at the sight of me Eh dearie I knew you would come she cried The doctor pushed his way to the bedside I must insist that the patient be quiet he said with authority J3e quiet cried Mother Borton Is it for the likes of you that Id be quiet You whitewashed tombstone raiser you bodysnatcher do you think youre the man to tell me to hold my tongue when I want to talk to a gentlemanMother Borton had raised herself upon one elbow her face flushed and framed in her gray and tangled hair r was working with anger and her eyer were almost lurid as she sent fierce glances at one after another of the men about her She pointed a skinn finger at the door and each man ar she cast her look upon him went ou without a word Shut the door honey she sail quietly lying down once more with f satisfied smile Thats it Now mt and you can talk cozylike Youd better not talk Perhap you will feel more like it tomorrow There wont be any tomorrow fo me growled Mother Borton Ive seen enough of em carved to know when Ivg got the dose myself Curse that knife and she groaned at t twinge of pain Who did it Black Dick curse his soul And he roasting in hell for It this minute cried Mother Norton savagely Hush I said You mustnt ex- Cite yourself Theres maybe an hour left in me We must hurry Tell me about you troubleat Livermore was it sale she I gave her a brief account of the ex pedition and its outcome Mother Bor ton listened eagerly giving an occas ional grunt of approval Well honey I was some good to ye after all was her comment Indeed yes And you had a closer shave for your life than you thinlyshe continued Tom Terrill swore hed kill ye and its one of the miracles sure that he didnt Well Mother Borton Tom Terrills laid up in Livermore with a broken head and Im safe here with you ready to serve you in any way that a man may Safesafe mused Mother Borton an absent look coming Over her skiu ny features as though her mind wan dered Then she turned to me impressively Youll never be safe till you change your work and your name Youve shut your ears to my words IF Yoi WANT a cook Yi WANT a tuati qu You WANT help v Yo i WANT to sel- lYa WANT to buy Z i Use the classified r y eolumristf P NEWS i1 y tV t4i Irm KjJOt IYl1OY NQIxSRAtY9In fV1 f while Im alive but maybe youll think of em when Im In my coffin I tell you now boy theres murder and death before you Do you hear Mur der and death She sank back on her pillow and gaz dat me with a wearied light In her eyes and a sibyl look on her face- I think I understand I said gently I have faced them and I ought to know them Then youll youll quit your Job youll be yourself- I can not I must go on And why My friendhis workhis murderer Have you got the man who mur tiered Henry Wilton NoHave you got a man who will give a word againstagainstyou know wfcj I have not a scrap of evidence against any one but the testimony of my own eyes I was compelled to confess And you cant use ityou dare not use It Now Ill tell you dearie I know the man as killed Henry Wil ton Who was It I cried startled into eagerness hIt was Black Dick the cursed scoundrel thats done for me Oh she groaned in pain Maybe Black Dick struck the blow but I know the man that stood behind him and paid him and protected him and Ill see him on the gallows before I die Hush cried Mother Borton trembling If he should hear you Your throat will be cut yet dearie and Im to blame Drop it dearie drop It The boy Is nothing to you Leave him go Take yourown name and get away This is no place for you When Im gone there will be no one to warn ye Youll be killed Youll be killed Then she moaned but whether from pain of body or mind I could not guess Never you fear Ill take care of myself I said cheerily She looked at me mournfullI am killed for ye dearie- I started shocked at this news There she continued slowlyuI didnt mean to let you know But they thought I had told ye Then I have two reasons instead of one for holding to my task I said solemnly I have two friends to avengeYoull make the third yourself groaned Mother Borton unless they put a knife into Barkhouse first and then youll be the fourth belike Barktyouse do you know where he Is Hes in the Denon Davis street you know I was near forgetting to tell ye Send your men to get him to night for hes hurt and like to die They may have to fight Nodont leave me now I wasnt going to leave you Mother Borton put her hand to her throat as though she choked and was silent for a moment Then she con tinned Ill be to blame if I dont tell you I must tell yoU Are you listening Her voice came thick and strange and her eyes wandered anxiously about searching the heavy shadows with a look of growing fear- I am listening I replied You must knowyou mustknow- I must tell you The boythe wom anisOn a sudden Mother Borton sat bolt upright in bed and a shriek so long so shrill so freighted with terror came from her lips that I shrank from her and trembled faint with the hor ror of the place They come there they comet she cried and throwing up her arms she fell back on the bed The candle shot up into flame sputtered an instant and was gone And I was alone with the darkness and the dvad To be continued The Great Circus The Coliseum massive af it was was a mere toy in comparison with the Great Circus which filled the va ley between the Palatine and Aventine bills The Coliseum is said to have been able to seat 80000 people while the seating capacity of the Great Cir cus was at different periods 150000 250000 and lastly 380000 spectators The Great Circus was probably the most stupendous building ever erected for public spectacles The Reason Men worry snore than women Yes f not only have everjrthiiig to worry about that women have but- theyalso haye the women to worry about top iSiaait Set 2 i y k 1JiIJ r FFr = W O viA N 1 Kiln f Edwards Hint t Ambassador tRjicTs Daughter A Kansas Woman Who Ran afTaft The home recently purchased by the Hon Mrs John Ward daughter of Ambassador Whitelaw Reid is situate ed in Berkshire splendidly woodedand In the heart of a country where pros Perky abounds At one time she thought of buying a home site in Ireland where she passed her honeymoon The beauty of the Island appealed to her When she mentioned her wish to King Edward he replied It is not to be thought of my dear I cannot do without Johnny Johnny is Mrs Wards husband who is in constant attendance upon the king His majes tys objection settled the matter and the home in Berkshire was selected kk The most numerously photographed women in the world says a Washing ton authority are Mrs William Howard Taft Mrs Nicholas Longworth and Katherine Elkins On the other hand there are two women in New England both leaders in Washington official society each acknowledged to be comely whose pictures it Is said have never been seen in any publica tionrThey are Mrs Henry Cabot Lodge wife of the Massachusetts senator and Mrs Eugene Hale wife of Senator Hale of Maine tA Kansas woman ran ahead of the Taft and Sherman electors in Reuo county at the recent election She is Miss Amy T Alexander of Hutchinson Kan As she is in public life no con- ventionalitY is violated in giving her age She Is twentyfive years old Shy was a candidate for clerk df a district court In her state Her majority was 1027 500 ahead of the national ticket K lit Mrs Alma V Lafferty has the distinction of being the only woman elected to the Colorado legislature at the election Nov 3 Her friends are already urging her to become a candl date for speaker of the house of repre sentatives So far however she hat declined She believes she can be of more service to her sex on the floor She Is pledged to look after legislatloi recommended by women Among law demanded by women of Colorado an more stringent regulations safeguarding public health and the health of th home protecting the children defend tug interests of women wage earners larger appropriations for the charitable Institutions and the home for wayward girlQVan effective eight hour law thin will apply to factory and laundry girls and a direct primary law so that nom nations for office can be made by the people instead of by the political bosses t It Two women sisters Anna and Margaret Caddagan are now at the head of the Hoffman House one of the fa mous old hotels of New York They are the daughters of the late manager of the house John P Caddagan Miss Anna is the general manager and hif been elected a director of the corpora tlon which owns the property Miss Margaret Is associated with her sister In the management of the house They have continued as steward Miss Mary Boyle who was appointed to that place several years ago by Mr Caddagan 14k Boston has the only woman shoe dealer In New England and she Is Miss Helen M Murphy She sells only to her own sex Her customers are the elite of the Hub nurses and school teachers Playing shoe dealer was om of her fancies when she was a girl Frequently after her shop closes she visits the homes of some of her cus tomers to fit their feet as she ex presses it And she adds as one of the secrets iof her success No one knows so well as a woman what the foot of a woman needs at It is quite up to date for women of title to write a book Poetry travel biography or fiction may be the field One of the most successful writers in England is Lady Trowbridge whose homesIHelen a sister of the Duchess of Sutherland has also won laurels by her pen and the duchess has also turned out some creditable volumes Other titled women who have become celebrities in literature are the Duchess of Leeds Lady Henry Somerset Lady Croman tie and Lady Napier of Magdala The most successful titled women writers however are two who are not English the Baroness Orezy and the Baroness von Hutten kk thatfso many women carry on their heads one may almost believe the fol lowing story that cpmes from London A woman in Budapest attended a men agerie performance in that city She wore a fashionable hat During the performance a lot of monkeys escaped from their cage The woman in question frightened hastened home In re moving her hat she discovered en sconced in the jungle of flummery the grinning face of a monkey The animal had taken refuge in what It may be supposed he mistook for his native Wild Why the wearer of the hat had not made the discovery before she got home is not a part of the story Mon keys are cute Women have been knOWn to harbor surprises f MABYDAIiE Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 agojustbeensteadydepositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours Yu are coy iolinted to open an account with us Personal attenioa to all business J M HLLGKIN Cashier J L BRO IN President L B COCKRELL Vice President MAC3AIN VASOLINEEngines f SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE 8 MFG C- OWINCHHSTER INCORPORATED KY CALL AT OUR OFFICEAND GET YOUR CALENDARSFOR JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY SIMPSON BUILDING Over Artis Turnbulls Store SEE GILBERT BOTTO r rote Fresh 6 Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce r BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK f WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M sic H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan Murphys Store opp Court House CALL ON NELSONJheTransferMan byday or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHome Phone 94 Night Phone 339 ConkwrlgM Transfer and ice Co Cruel Hutting ant Hauni Fur nitere Mans Etc l SptcWy NO If Nerti SWm Strtec lei Pimm I A WINTER JOB you should have done at once is the repairing of your carriage If you wish a firstclass job you need us Even on the most hurry up order we never slight the smallest detail Your carriage may only need slight repairs All the more reason to growbigger T Sfrother Scottt A NEW YEAR SURPRISE it will be toyou when you don a suit that has been cleaned at MAYER BROS It will be like a Xmas gift of a new suit of clothing andwill do the same service the rest of the Winter It is economy to keep your clothing cleaned and pressed at Uhe Cincinnati Tailorst Phone 528 Next to Auditorium i Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester nk or 1 WINCHESTER KY N HLWITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPARCASH- IER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Casiili THE Clark Connty National Bank MAIN STREET WinshestsrM IcentuekyR Capital 9200000 tlUndividedMTOrRnised 1865 being the oldest Bank la theviVCollections made on all points and your so nnntwolicitedf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUSTT L JOUETT Attorneys At Law f Winchester Ky I J M STEV iSDN ttorney At Law 60 S Main Z Winchesterky VV 5 BECKNER Z BECKNER tAttorneys At Law J Winchester KyM lPENDLETON BUSH L BUSH i Attorneys At Lawt60 S Main St W inchesuV I y DR W C WORTHIKGTOH Office hours 10 to 12 a m j 2 to 3 P1I and 7 to 8 p m t New phone 432 Residence 633 p 51ft aaifr tf Wlnchtsfpr V J THE NEWS ft man 3 a yw t J VVV i J iti I t f TTItE WINCHESTER HEM 1 HORIIEWIURE i STORING SWEET POTATOES A Suitable Building and Good Care Are Requisite to Success If possible dig the potatoes on a sunshiny day Leave them In the windrow till afternoon then remove them to the dry house and place them on the racks Care should be taken rackCbushels The racks should be five inches apart all around the house as shown in the cut If the potatoes are small you can have the racks nearer together The object Is not to have the potatoes touch They always go through a sweat and will soon decay if they touch each other The stove should be in the center of the building Keep u moderate fire until they are thoroughly dry then u = Modern Sweet Potato House remove from the racks and pack in boxes or bins Put In a layer of shavings then a layer of potatoes so they will not touch then enough sbav ings to cover them well and so on un til you have packed them all Then remove to a place secure from frost If you have a dry cellar they can thingiIIf you wish to keep just a few you can dry them and wrap them In pa per separately and lay in a box When ready to ship pack in vent lated barrels Fill the barrels round ing full put cover on and screw on the top so there will be no chance for the potatoes to move in the barrel They are packed in the barrels just as you would pack apples for ship pingI COLOR AND FLAVOR IN APPLES Apples from Cultivated Orchards Bring Best Price It Is claimed by some that apples from uncultivated orchards are more highly colored have a high flavor are betterI apples are 1 lisually smaller and statistics recent v 1y compiled by the Cornell university show that the apples from cultivated orchards sold for a slightly higher fj price per bushel during the past fiver t years than did those from the or chards that were not cultivated That is to say the extra size of the apples from the cultivated orchards more than compensated for whatever difference in color flavor or firmness there aiayhave been ORCHARD NOTES I In the adoption of the box as a ship ping package Pacific coast apple growers are leading other parts of the countryand those growers obtain good prices for their fruit arenotborers and other animated orchard pests which are preparing to go into winter quarters will be on hand next f spring lively and ready for business It is usually a safe plan to beware t whocoffersrights to make and use his killem all nostrums If there is merit In his commodity he can reach the fruit growers in a better and more honor able way After Hardy Orange Tree Experiments are being made by bot anists In the employ of the United States department of agriculture with t a view to creating an orange tree that will withstand cold weather and thrive in the latitude of the northern states If the experiment proves to be successful orange groves may be grown in parts of Missouri Kansas Illinois t Indiana Kentucky and Virginia The plan is to cross the citrus tree of the south which produces the table orange with the hardy citrus tree of the north which bears the bitter unedible orange The botanists express con fidence in their ability to accomplish the cross Cultivation of Garden- Few gardeners fully realize the im portance of cultivation in connection with garden crops Cultivation should developinggard is that it is too much work Planting that is properly done will permit of the cultivation being done with horse power thus facilitating the work of cultivation Instruments suit able for small vegetable cultivation can be purchased to be worked with horse power and effective cultivation will bring ample returns for all time spent at it and all work done Spray for Scale In order to get rid of the San Jose t scale it is well to spray both In the fall and in the spring Where the scale is bad they are so encrusted on the I branches as to be four or five deep consequently only the tops receive the benefit of the spray It is therefore advisable to give a second spraying In the fall the scale are less resistant than in the spring f i J i r AUTOMOBILES ON FARM i They Are Coming to Fill a Place of Real Utility Automobiles have been a feature at the state fairs this year as an adds tion to the machinery exhibits So marked has been the display that nearly all reporters for the agricul tural press have commented upon the presence of the automobiles designed for farm use in their resumes or the fairsThere seems a reason to believe the automobile is coming to be a live proposition as a farmers conveyance for general road work where extreme weightcarrying power does not enter into the problem declares Prairie Farmer Automobiles for instance are seemingly being put to various uses by farmers on the coast After discussing the usefulness of the motor car the Pacific Rural Press sums up the probable expense as follows The expense of upkeep in some cars has been reduced until today a man can operate a car spending less for oil and gasoline than the cost of feeding a horse The car is a matter of expense only when in actual opera tion and while in operation its road capacity is at least four times that of a horsedriven vehicle As for repairs if the car is given reasonable care and attention they should be little in excess of the cost of shoeing and repairs on harness etc In point of operating knowledge even where this is not simple enough the farmer has a great advantage as he is of necessity more of a mechanic than the city man Few reasonable persons will look forward to the time of seeing the au tomobile drive the farm horse out of business but there is a strong possi bility that the motor car will ultimately share a portion of the road work of the farm horse ROAD DRAG OF RAILROAD RAILS Made from FiveFoot Strips and IE Practically Indestructible Two pieces of railroad Iron five feet long are required to make the road drag shown In the accompanying illus tration says the Prairie Farmer Drill holes in each end of these irons and r t I Drag from Railroad Rails bolt them with iron rods 2 feet apart on one end and two feet on the other Hitch a horse to each end of this drag and drive the narrow end toward the ditch every time This brings the dirt to the center of the road By spiking a plank through the center one can ride on the drag Drag the roads after rain as soon as the mud stiffens FARMERS AND IMPROVED ROADS Success of the Latter Movement Deg pends Upon the Farmer In an address before the Good Roads convention at Buffalo N Y a few days ago the Hon N J Bach elder master of the National Grange put the good roads situation in a nut shel when he observed- It is true that all industrial Inter ests are affected by the nature and condition of the roads over which the products of our farms are transported to market but it is the farmers who suffer most from the inferior roads whlc stltute so large a percentage of tt V toad system of the United States And I am confident that it is to the farmers that we must look as the active force and influence that will secure the enactment of the legislation needed to bring about that improvement in road conditions that we all desire u That Is right exclaims the Prairie Farmer It Is to the farmer that the public must look for the solution When he becomes thoroughly satisfied the road question will be settled right THE ROAD DRAG Advantages Which Are Gained from Its Use The advantages to be gained from the persistent use of a road drag may be summarized as follows 1 The maintenance of a smooth serviceable earth road free from ruts and mudholes 2 Obtaining such a road surface with the expenditure of very little money and labor in comparison with the money and labor required for oth er methods 3 The reduction of mud in wet weather and of dust in dry weather There are also several minor bene fits gained from the use of a road drag besides the great advantages which always accrue from the formation of improved highways of which may be mentioned the banishments of weeds and grass from the dragged portion of the road Tell the Children the Why Little children like to see under stand and enjoy farm operations and the working of farm machinery Al low them to see these things and explain their workings Make them feel that all parts of farming is fun to you and it will be to them They will grow to love the occupation The Neglected Garden A neglected garden la an eyesore on ac farmandnext toa dilapidated nd fenceS V f t ia TOWN BEAUTY AID tecttty In Each Block to tek After Back Yard Reform Birmingham Ala which is already ilstingulshed for its natural beauty and for Its beautiful homes and beauI tiful streets Is the starting place movement valuable to any town Red mountain Is In Itself a thing of beauty and within the city limits are land scape effects of rare charm But if the people will support Mayor Ward In his movement for Improving and beautifying all sections of Blrmlng ham the city will be made still more attractive as a place of residence The mayor desires the women to take the actual leadIn this matter and organize societies for enhancing the appearance of such blocks especially as lave been neglectedMuch been done In an educa tlonal way to stimulate In tbe public a taste for the beautiful but In order to give this wrk concrete form the may or suggests that a society with the city beautiful In view be organized in every block says the Birmingham and the disappearance of ugliness should be first In mind After the back yards as well as the front yards are put In clean condition the fences and sidewalks and trees and grass plots should receive attention- In the more elegant sections the premises are kept In model condition all the year round and the lawns arc marvels of beauty With the organ- Ization of block societies all Birminr ham could be brought easily In lint with the c ty beautiful idea Such a movement would result at once in j spirit of emulation and in carrying out the proposed scheme the expense to the Individual would be next to nothing THE LOST DOLLAR It Was Sent to a Mail Order Hous and Never Got Back Home This Is the sad story of the neighbor hood dollar that went astray and never found its way home Ten years ago an Allen county Kan farmer put his Initials on a dollar bill The next day he went to the nearest town and spent It with a merchant Before the year was out he got the dollar back Four times in six year the dollar cameback to him for prod lice and three times he heard of it in the pockets of his neighbors The last time he got it back five years ago He sent it to a maIl order house He has never seen that dollar since arid never will That dollar will never pay auy more school or road tax for him wia never build or brighten any of the homes of the community He sent it entirely out of the circle of usefulness to himself and neighbors How many dollars how many millions of dollars are going away from home never to return every year Some statistician has estimated that about 250000000 of them take French leave of their home communities annu ally by the mall order route Every one that departs from home in this way takes a dollars worth of prosperity out of the community BUYING PIGS IN POKES What You Do When You Patronize a Catalogue House Would you buy a cat in a bag a pig in a poke No Then you are not one of those who contribute 2500Q0 000 annually to the support of the cata logue houses in payment for their pic tured wares Yet there are millions who are doing that very thing buying the cat in the bag and pig in the poke and of a stranger when for the asking they might buy of a neighbor and have am ple time to examine their purchase be fore paying over their money Why they prefer thus to buy their cats and their pigs is a question that the local merchant would pay money to have answered Why will people otherwise sensible pass up the goods which they can ex amine before purchase and payout their good coin to a catalogue house trusting to the picture and a promise That they will do it tis true tis pity and pity tis tis true Springfield Beautiful Under the above heading the Wom ans club of Springfield Ill has sent broadcast the following notice The Womans club offers thefoliow Ing prizes V FirstThree dollars for the best flower garden In each school district SecondA metal flag to be placed on the southeast corner of the best kept block of each school districtre wards to be made in September ThIrdA commemoration tree will be given the school district making the greatest improvement before Septem her Septemberafter A badge button bearing the in scription Springfield Beautiful I Have Helped will be given every child who has done something toward making Springfield beautiful Look out for the alley that will count half Dont throw papers on the street No private grounds will be entered without invitation Show what the children can do Playgrounds and Citizenship Playfields are a question of morals and citizenship and the welfare of the state in the last analysis to say nothing of physical development New Ha yen JournalCourier- A true word is this from the City of El sThe country boy has for years been extolled for his working qualities Now the city boy says the New York Herald trained and developed on mu nicipal playgrounds win cone into his own i THE =WINCHESTER NEWjt The Best t J Advertising i Medium in Clark County 1 Now is the time for the i uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers Winchester and Clark county Every week day in the year ov er 1400 homes in this county receive the News And they read it too The management ofthe News before the paper was started estimated that a 1000 circulation i by Christmas wo l dtr f l satisfactory At the rate the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the mark The Fall and Winter i trade is at hand If a r Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The t Country is waking up t since the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read the News every evening The people wHo have money on theruralroutes f of Clark get the News ev ery morning 1 f Advertise inITHE NEWS and be abreast of ti I tbelimesi I the- WINCHESTER NEWS COINCORPORATED t r1 t J r 3 t T w F I y i1 r I IiI k IF 4 tTHE WIJl HESTER NEWS 4 kr44f fi T I Re71 eiS HIptp 01 t t t1A1IOA1CUMMIITEE j wiriCtf er Schools Made r tiinhe Kentucky Co ty optive Body off uperintClJdentthe appoiiiteU1tVjnember of the Keno i J 1tee o1 the pnal Fdtiettjitina1 Asoscialipn by JJJiicsident L 3 teryeyof Menomon iiW1S onshf itepnteni1b hippis one of 12 rs ek dWtii J of the State fw reprenilediopxorniqnt t6r Iffee duties of the CoaSJaSte6 are lh oljcit active members fthe as ajiwation and to mflucHtpose who illr a yi6lQng to attend the conj wions wliich it will hold in Chicago Y4nitaiy ttnd m Denvei in July aptl to promote the interests of the jatiOn generally Mt Shipp received the following notifying him of his appoint r Lctter r TJe TYInono Minifly Dec 19 ia08 3R1I Shipp Sllp i 1if 1den t of City j Scliools Winchester Ky linear M r Slnpp I am sending 4ispecial circular letter setting i Ajifert a newvplJtu y pr advancing N E JL5srrpsts in the cAra States In iesTwiVt e with this plan you have Ms tpimitiUU ItState DiiecI V7 n3iUhl3li1flw or tbuis 4 t sintl drJy ppoiiitod by rEfs dent JXairvey jviueiribur of the Commit ii sf c OpWUii6ii fdij your State completeAJKH you kindly advise me of aKjpqitancc mid if you accept uswclafiarprely fiopsytfu will put yo 11II hITuid favorable rep13u ft I Rmf sinceiely yours t JitWnINSHEPAtt1 I Secre try t1efolton is UH J mmittee ap atcI ortJ i StLt1 fatioiial Education Association BfcTcr Gonvention July 5 to 9 1003 imittee of C rn lQmfor JICentucklion J G Crabb state Superin itoJent Of Public Justniption frank L v T Ci i ConissionalDitrictJ A Kpmagetl uperintendent of Schools lciaealii Kecond Congressional Disjtrint riBinry Rhoads Superintendflnt of soTs Owinsbbir9ft K Trcf Congressional DisiHcH JliulrYtPr dent Vet intaL r NJf1l Qb oi Bowling Greeujt i tirlj Jbngressional District H 1i1 eH County Superihtendent 4 lLoqI linrdinsburg i f ypngrjjssional DistriqlW Iirtholomew Girls r iqols Louisville clmiiina i l1i Congressional Distriat EI istc1fl Superintendent of If tr1sJiewporto I intlt Convessiona1Dihit ssidySpeiintendentof City ioh Lexingtp 1tJgfith Coigiesiona1 DisLrhtrRI k Prcfeident State Normal ti RIChmond dlIt ipFieomtrd Supaiieiidnt of SKkbals Cyrttliiaiio rlfcath jCongresslQiValTDistriet Rr atBiiipp SuperinlciideiilofiSciopls l diester H vimtTt Congiessioul nlstukt I 1Tayloi County Sii4ntenlii f4cli Ols Sieset ltlfifiY S pp lS iiJ Vfj JC DANGEBOOSQPERAf y fj removalft1ie aendix by nIe Nv JtOJ takes IP New tife Pills scver sudt 9 feis frightful ordeAL Thcv ori3 eietly you dont1 fee thorn tfuraws Qnsti ireadache EbIz ijs m And tnaiaria SJoc fl ut 1hiiijii Iasoreh rjt It7 aiURT MAY CHALLENGE i fikfc THENE3RO JOHNSNv i t VHe Defeats JShreck Thursday Night Will try For Cham uh JUOOsnIP t 4p v XNGTQNJY Dec 28 I dcfeit Shrecknext Thin wghFT shall challenge Johijabn fe tabef me in somfe Western town a1 t toi1nisbtiM I shall whip J ir xs1 certaiii jhsysv neet said 1 X8BiBrvJn Hart yesterday afternoon af- erlusugual daily practice at the ar where lie istrainihg11 for his- S iwith chrecl on December 1 Lr br fipeaking bf the BarnsJohnson AIt hsaiLtt1tit lie fthlilot think 3 thof it as Burnsr fls been figifetng lediajEngland and i nogtO lt5I u Ml bott r iai lie a1oit1tuiflht ne i i tiLlU Ii9U r it 2 t i 4iJxJ ttLrJ J1 i titiii INVlTOWN FOR COURT DAY Sales Are Btfsk and Money Plenty Two Big Auctions Are v Held The usual county court day crowd was in town Monday and plenty of money was in circulation and bus iness was rushing in all channels In addition to the regular stock yards sales there was two public sales inI town that attracted large crowds One was the sale of farming implements of McCord Tracy McCor ntQkandthe other the sale of the livery stable of J E Rutledge on Broadway Both the sales were atoftended by large crowds and the bidre ding was brisk An efortvas made to get a list of the prices paid for some jof the goods but it could nof be obtained for this issue of Tim News The chief attraction of the day was the speaking of Judge Ben ton and Judge Hays at the court lv ousepPAYMENTS ON 041thWEANLINGS FOR FUTURITY Represents Largest Percentage of Mares Ever Named For Lex ington Event LEXINGTON Ky Dec 28See Kenltuel payments have been made on 947 tvennlings in the 19th renewal of the 21000 Kentucky Futurity for foals of 1908j out ofa possible entry of 1 021 mares that being the number named last March in this great stake This is the largest percentage be ig over 90 per cent ever named in futurity and if one of the most remarkable testimonials to the popu larity of thcj old Kentucky Association arid its methods that it has ever received The entries come from 37 States territories as well as from Eu lana aiid the list pf nominators ag 381of which only 40 have namedmore than 4 colts and these have named less than half of the ag gregate liumben COURT REFUSES BAIL 1 CARMACKS SLAYERS Co1 Cooper His Son Robin and John Sharp Must Stay in Until Trig JailISpecial to The News NASHVILLE Tenn Dec 28 Bail Vas refused Col Cooper RO ill Coope and John Sharp today cbargedith the murder of Senator Car uicku ILeofriostdth Bucklens Arnica Salve Iap olied this salve once a day for two ays when every trace of the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold inder guarantee at Phillips drug kore 25cIMEN OF LEARI S AIR j Association for Advancement of Sdenci Begins Sessions Today Baltimore Dec 28Men of light LLti1iccan for the Advancement ofS feiic begin here today their an nual session which will extend over several days The meetings which will be held at Johns Hopkins uni versify apd will be open to the public will bfihled with popular as well as scientific instructionI program of interest to the nonscien tific visitor as well as to the savant has been prepared Receptions dir ners smokers and other gatherings have beenarranged in addition to the stated program Preceding the regular meetings of the association there have been sev jiral meetings to listen to papers relating the progress of scientific re sear th during the past year and to cglebrafe tyhe centenary Qf the birth of Charles Darwin and the semicen tenary of the first publication of his monumental work The Origin of Species One of the speakers at the Darwin celebrations has been Pro fessor Edward B Po ton of England one of the worlds leading evo- lutionIsts Army Dogs The German army dogs are so trained that when they find a dead body they set up a prolongedrhowlingi If no one comes they take the dead mans capvor some small article and this in their teeth gOOn a hunt OVforthe spot If the man Is wounded he mesiIs apt the d the sni- s4ccornpIisliedQJ 1 IWorld London tty c f f 0 c W CAEiftIEikf TO SPEAkATn- eteenth ALTAHTA W Annual Session of South ern Educational Associa tion Meets TuesdayV I The nineteenth annual session of Southern Educational Association will conyeiie in Atlanta Ga on Tuesday morning and continue in session uiitil Thursday afternoon A num be r of educators from Lexington and other Kentucky points have been bonored with addresses on subjects fc discussion on the program fcsFlorence Offutt Stout rector of physical education and dean women at State University will ad a paper on the subject PhychologicalPoint is pabookedfive niti utes dissertation on The most important work done during the year ih KenJucky in improvement oi ublic sclrool houses and grounds Prof J P W Brouse superinten t of Somerset schools will discuss e question The Individuality o e HighSchool mOnsidy will address the assemblage on the subject Use of School Build li S bechoolSOMUHING OOINIIV AT TIlE AUDITORIUM Present Week Will Be a Busy One For the Local Skaters PTherethe Auditorium nearly every night t his week On tonight Monday thcreTilJ be a gold ring given away kLinid WmcjyjstcT The Maysville team it the in the league and is go ng to put up a great fight to take the highest honors away from the lome fl pidiiyg ill be li leap year dance the last of the season and the rink wilhremain pcn oIfthat night until- RAGSGUNTHROUGIj 12lo D FENCE AFTER HIM Ifoung bHandSHARPSBURG Ky Dec 28 Tordon Swarts a young farmer of the Olympia neighborhood this- counlyWhileout hunting crawled hrougli a fence with a gun in his haud discharging it the load tak ng effect in his left aim and hand It is thought amputation will ezary in order to prevent blood poisoning jSamrHislerom Kate Hisle at the December term of court- 1EDICINE THAT IS MEDICINE keens me well arid that remedy ib Electric Bitters a medicine that i medicine for stomach and liver trou lies nd for riiii down condition SLVS AV C IG stJerot Halliduv Irk Eloctrio Bivters purify aid en ich the blood tone up the nerve nd impart vigor and energy to the veik Your money will be refunder t it fails to help you 50c at ki Drug storeVI have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE TVe are authorized to announce lAMES M BENTON as a candidate for Circuit Judge for the Twentyfifth Judicial District Composed of Clark Powell Jessa mine and Madison counties subject to the aotipnof the Democratic parry fare authorized to anaonncc J SMITH HAYS If a carididatofor Circuit Judge for the iVehtyfifth Judicial District o Deposed of Clark Powell lessa nine arid Madison counties subject a the action of the Democratic par ry LithographFc Stone QuarryV Stones Sphich are ised by the lithog raphera all over the world in making colored pictures are found in aji tle district not more than four or five miles long by two 6r three broad near Nurembeg1iiGmanyIVI has gone Q i there for more than Century VV4 TV VV- f 5 f L fr eiiIkV4- J MPAIGN FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE OF THIS DISTRICT IS WRUNG UP Continued from pageone t asked me to do aIr in my power to continue on friendly terms with Mr lays and to try to keep him in11 good humor I promised them that Inwould do that andI intend to keepmy promise but I said to them and explained to Mr Hays that that could jointdebqtetorhat he was unable to contrql himself fOnOn the question as to the date of the primary Judge Bentoiv stated that when Mr Hays shows as he did in his last circular letter that he was saving clippings from the news pers a year ago to show the pub he in effect admits that he had for a year had it in mind to run for this office When the committee met to Ecall the primary election leknew of the time and place and purpose of the meeting and Ire neither went or sent He waited still two full weeks Cand until he thought that I was tied down in court every lay before he ade his announcement Admission to Committee Then he made these admissions fore the committee when he was a for the date of the primary to be postponed the committee said Mr Hays by your admissions you show that you had been getting ready for a year to run and when you do you admit that you have no right to ask for a postponement of the p rimaryVMen Behind HaysV Judge Benton again charged that the men in Clark county who are- ushing the candidacy of Mr Hays e men of the political type of John E Garner and H P Thompson and declared that it was only necessary for the Democrats of the county to eep their eyes open when onl the of Winchester to be convinc ed of the absolute truthof this state ment Judge Benton closed his remarks by declaring with emphasis that fifty er cent of the opposition to him in lark county is due to the fact that he has always done his duty as a Democrat and that forty per cent of it is due to the fact that he has done his duty as Judge mid that the good Lord himself cant find the ground upon which the opposition of the other ten per cent is based He said to his friends that the three counties in the district would ach give him not less than 1000 majority and that in the little county of Powell he would carry every precinct ANCIENT HISTORY It is reported that at one time there was a crossing between the north end of Highland street and the Union depot In stead of our people contrib u ting money to unearth the buried cities of the old world they should ive it to be used in finding that rossingVV HARGIS JURY HAS TAILED TO AGREE Stood Nine For Acquittal to Three For ConvictionMotion For Bail 28Standingineviction the jury trying Beach Har gis for his life for killing his father Judge Jim Hargis of Breathitt coun a i Saturdayfternoon Land was dischargedVor bail was immediatery made and todayTherethe part of the family friends and attorneys of the young patricide when the jury was finally discharged The defendants mother and sister who were present almost exclaimed for joy This failure they think goes a long way toward acquittal on the next trial as it possibly will have a wholesome effect in favor of the de fendant When Court convened at 9 30 oclodk Saturday morning the jurors fied into the courtroom and an JudgeAdamssider the evidence Juror Witt was heard to say that it was useless to deliberate any longer but the Judge required them to go without any ceremony or comment At 1 p m the jury again reported JudgeAdamsthere was any possible chance of agreeing All gave a negative reply and he finally discharged them from the case Both brothers of Mrs Luella Har gis Floyd and John Day were pres in Court ready to make any bond lent Court might require in the event matter of bail was taken up Sat urday llyKashsult of the trial to the vast amount of money that was spent by the de fense not in the way ot bribery but in hiring attorneys and in making sentiment iWINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and bet institution ii the county ip the Winchester RoBe Mills Why not use ome flourtIlt best made Kerr Perfection an White Pearl flour has no eQual German Prover Good counsel is better than a tV sand hands r t Hodgkin 6 Hugtes HAVE MOVED their Grocery from the St George Building to the Waterman Building Cor Maple and Broadway We invite our friends to call inspect our new quarters andII THE HOLIDAYS CEMENT THE BONDS of good fellowship and kindly feel ing Our cement will insure a share of yours towards us Like allour building materials our getIfi or improving have us furnish the materials Quick deliveries for those in a hurry Feed Purina Chicken Feed andget eggs L The WINNMARTIN GOAL SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED GreatScottIfthey see it no use of looking for people who do We mean this in candid sincerity and we want to thank the people who have so generously heeded our solicitations for their work in the last six weeks We are now adding to our force at the rate of onemanadayVAnd now that the Tobacco money is soon to become a Prodigal Son lets all put our shouldersto the wheel of prosperity and show the world that Winchestdrisnot only the home ofthelargestdeals but is the largest 10000 city of this glorious Amer ca And that th- eEagle j Casting Cq ofWinchester incorporated is giving betters work and better prices on Castings of all kinds Coal and Lumber C atPSJ Lyi m Cement C1ampsVGas FurnacesV L A and Structural Steel l h than any similar institution in Kentucky i VP4V r4eI TVV CLASSIFIED COLUMNV FOR SALE75 barrels of yellow corn in crib and 100 shocks of fodder LANDER SKINNER Home phone 404 B 12283t- WANTEDSecondhand bags and burlap any kind any quantity anywhere we pay freight RICH MOND BAG CO Richmond Va 1228101- LOSTStwdaybetween Presbyte JudgeJbeads Return to this office 122831- WANTEDDamagcd looking glasses Efesilvered by Williams the expert Leave your orders atVHarding Jones furniture store 45 East Broadway Winchester I will be in your city until January 1 Good work or no pay Home phone 38 12266i LOST Dark brown blended muff with five heads and tails If found leave at this office and re- ceive rewardV 122661- WANTEDTo rentor buy Secondhand cash register Apply at this office 122621- FOR SALE Firstclass second hand Moores Air Tight heater Will sell cheap for cash if sold at onec T S BUSH on the corner 12216t FOR SALEHouse and lot with quarter acre land on Elm street good well fruit trees 400 terms CompanyReal 12216t FOUND Ladys black belt Owner can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertise ment11219tfW ANTEDShampooingmamcnring ings for braids rats puffs CalVRB Wo dfords residence HomeVr hOne 2211moFOR SALEGood new house with four rooms stable cistern and other Conveniences on Washington between Vine and Smith venue Call on JOHN H STSTANDIEORD 1127lmo WANTEDTo take orders for makVlug cakes beaten biscuit rolls and MAN cream pOLBROWNmG street Home phone 654V 1249i1m STILL BUYING The old reliable uyingfursof metals at highest cash prices Bring or ship dnd be convinced Corner Main and WashingtonVstreets 1245- ImoSKAT1NG This is the season of the year which skating will be enjoyed by allV THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE BLUEGRASSV We teach you jree if you do not know howVeither in the morning or between regular sessions- BROOMBALL Winchester vs Maysville WEDNESDAY NIGHT AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates lOc EVENINGSESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c Auditorium Native Education at the Cape Generally speaking the natives ar keen about education though eUke many Europeans they do not muchVlike paying for it In Fingoland the desire for knowledge is so widespread that the of children attend lug schOOlcompares very favorably with that of ttie most civilized Euro peanV countries Klmberley Diamomd Jltlds Advtrtiier VVV