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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y r- c k 3 I 1 I lust Edition f TAif CIRCULATION TifF WINCHESTER NEWS VOL 1 NO 74 IofTHRILLING STORIES OF THE COURT VIEW HOTELS DISASTER Hols Mr Porier And Mr Sam Powell Tell Oflheir Ex perieoce Of Thursday Morning In Escaping From Soling The body of Mr H T Eals who lost his life in the fire that destroyed the Court View Hotel Thursday morning was taken to his home in Cynthiana Thursday aftternoon for burial Mr H T Eals was the son- of Mr Henry T Eals a prominent real estate broker of Cynthiana 1 Dynamite was used Thursday to throw down the walls that were lelt standing and nothing remains now of the once leading hotelof Winchester and Central Kentucky but a melan choly pile of ruins All who were injured in making their escapes from the building were reported to be doing well Friday morning and it is thought now that more fatalities will result from Iithe fire Mr and Mrs Huls are at present located with Mr and Mrs George Hart They have not definitely de cided yet where they will locate in the future The loss on Mr Hills fur niture will be 2000 with 1000 insurance instead of 500 insurance as was first stated Officer John Ballard was one of the first to discover the fire mid was the one who turned in the alarm Mr Ballard also assisted in getting the r women out of the burning building Jas Donahue who jumped from the third story window of the burning hotel and who was thought to have sustained internal injuries rested well last night and is reported as bet ter today 4r5 Mrs Huls StcrY The reporter for The Vervs called onJMrs rHuls this mornign to get a storv of thQ fire and her experience in making heir escape Mrs Huls said I think I heard Porter Eubanks the first time he yelled fire I jumped up and run to the door and opened it The smoke mound flames struck ine in the face and I was almost over come T closed the door and called to Mr Huts to get up that the hotel was onfireMy first and only thought was get tingbI cant remember but very little of what took place for I was so excited 1 cannot realize it yet it all seems like a dream to me After we got the children woke up Mr Huls and I began getting them out Mr Huls held a blanket out of the window and let eachof them slide down it andsome of the men on the ground caught I them Isat in the window and waited un ill the fire department arrived and I then come down a ladder I cant Uriel words to express my appreciation of the kindness shown me and my family since the fire by our friends Mrs Bundrum is confined to her bed at the jail and suffering from a nervous attack and on account of that could not be seen by the re porter 1Mr Powells Story The following is Mr Powells story I occupied room No 50 on the third floor The first J heard of the fire was Porter Eubaiiks running through the hall yelling fire at the top of his voice and smashing the doors in with his feet I jumped up and run to my door and looked out in the hall The flames and the smoke struck me in the fact and I was almost suffocated I shut the door and came back I then woke up Tom Rupard who was rooming r with me I grabbed a few of my jclpthes and went to the wfuaow an l threw them out By that time the rom was full of smoke and the blaze was coming rthrohgh the walls Rupard called to me and said he wits suffocating arid find his way to the window I went back and caught him by the nand and pulled him over to the win dow I then jumped to the portico in front cI the office and yelled to Rupard to jump I climbed down the portico in front of the office and yelled to Rupard to jump I climbed down from the portico and went into the police courtroom I was the first one out of the building After I had gotten out I looked 1around to see if any one else had out and there was no one pn the 1bund I could see several wow J r f Jif 1 = Z q f lt prrc s YH y Is 7 3 i 1 Pr J LARGEST IN WINCHIE ER AND CLARK CO I J Mrs Eolianiis Burning couldnt men in their windows crying and screaming for help I had no clothes on but my night clothes and I had sustained a very painful cut on my right foot when I jumped to the por tico and I was almost helpless and could do but very little tow ras res cuing any of the others I believe if the fire had been burning five minutes longer before it was discovered every one in the building would have perished I amat present staying with Mr J A Boone Mr Powell lost his watchand nearly all of his clothing When sfeeh at the County Clerks office Friday morning Mr Powell wtis wearing one tan and one black shoe Porter Eubanks Story Porter Eubanks tells the following story I was acting as night clerk at the hotel for a few days during the ill ness of Mr Bush the regular clerk 1 was sleeping on a cot just in the rear of the office The first that I knew of the fire was when the glass door near where I was sleeping bursted in and the glass fell on me I jumped up as quick as I could and run through the building yelling fire and breaking in all the doors that I could There was only three doors that I could not get in One of them was Mr Eals door the man that was lost The others I dont remember whose they were Spread So Rapidly- I never gaw a fire hall m y life that spread as rapidly as this one did As soon as I got to tha second flopr I looked around and the stairway that I liadjstriscended was a mass of flames and I could at once see that I could not get back the way I came nor could any of the others get out by going down the stairway My first thought was getting out the women After I carne down from the third boor I went to the front of the building on the second floor where I found Mrs Bundrum and her daughter Miss Jessie and Miss Mary Huls They were standing by the window screaming for help Smashed in Window I did not take time to raise the window but just smashed it in with my hand I then took each one of them by the hand and lowered them down to the portico holding myself with one hand in the window There was a man who carne to the window about this time and started to jump I caught him and lowered him down like I did the women When he hit the portico he fell and rolledoff I dont know who he was I dont think Eals ever awoke dp iriy time during the fire I know he was an awful sound sleeper and his father told me when he was here Thursday that lie was always hard to awaken T tried my best to knock his door in or to get an answer from him but I could do no good Iam confident that the poor fellow never awoke during the fire It is a miracle to me how any one escaped Mr Edwards sustained a very painful though not serious cut on his hand when he broke the glass to get the women ou- tGRANDSON OF CLAY IS HURT Capt Clay D Clay Falls Down Stairs and Fractures His i Skull f Special to The News lifTDDLESBORO Ky Jan 8 Captain Chas D Clay of Lexington a member of the State Board Inspect ing Militia Companies fell down stairs at a hotel here this morning sustaining a fractured skull He is be lieved to be fatally hurt Clay formerly was an United Stat hijJpplseveral times while in the PhilippiS His wounds forced him to retiref m regular army some tune rrnei- s a TandstP of Henry GlayV MME STEINHEIL HELD IN CELEBRATED PARIS MURDER Mme Steinhiel who is held In Paris as accessory to the strangling of her husband was compelled to undergo great mental torture recently Yhen the crime as she had related it was rehearsed in the exact spot where it had occurred and with living actors The woman had accused two men of killing her husband and these were brought into the room masked and required tc tfo through the strangling episode The woman stood the scene stoically CHARLES E1 BODE GETS FIVE YEARS IN PRISON ON ONE CHARGE Dejaoliiiig Claim Clark leads GuiltY Spitieflt We MM Is Tog Receive fiat OlloosoouSpoiiu to The News- FRANKFORT Ivy Jan 8Thej- ury in the Franklin Circuit Court this morning gave Judge Charles E Booe1defaulting Claim Clerk in the Auditors office five years in the penitentiary upon the trial of the first indictment of the 35 pendingagainst him for his embezzlement of State funds to The Ky Jan to his to his and his he v if his he has in any and to on Dis of The to the and J T were an in this the was and to for of x v of will be to see a The five line up the and a and one is indictment one On the of indictments will be takenup an of or ill oilieuses has r his in the penitentiary a of and on the the BEACH HARGIS TURNS OVER NEW LEAF AND GOES TO CHURCH Young Patricide Tries To Make Good Promise To Mother His Uncle Floyd Day When lie Was Released From Jail Special News JACKSON Beach Hargis patricide evidently purposes make good promises mother uncle Floyd Day that would conduct himeslf well they would secure release from jail Since refrained from indulging wild escapades seems trying redeem himself ELECTION CASES ARE DlSMISSfD Grand Jury Friday Morning missed Cases For Want Evidsnce grand jury which cases- againstZTom Malloy Stokely who charged with election city Judicial Trimary treferred made their report Friday morning failed indict them want sufficient evidence BROOM BALL The lovers broom ball given another opportunity Friday night AadFitorinm against local bunch fast exciting expected I Tlje tried vas charge forgery Other until agreed term fifty yeSrs been reached Booe began erving time this afternoon Booe entered plea guilty threw himself mercyof court The And offense Last night he attended church service of the Baptist church where revival meetings are being held He created considerable interest and seemed to excite the attention of the congregation more than the minister His dark brown faeeand tall hand some figure was the cynosure of all eyes at the meeting TWO UNFINISHED CASES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Murder Case Was Continued Until Afternoon Ori Account of Ill ness of Attorney The ease against Nannie Johnson colored charged with the murder of her sisterinlaw at Ford last sum mer that was begun in Circuit Court Thursday morning was not finished in the afternoon on account fo the ill ness o fMr Stevenson who is the attorney forthe defendant Judge Bentontjontinued the Jcase until Fri Fit day afternoon ri j The case of Mrs JTunnie Faulkner against T S Tuttle in Tvhich Mrs Faulkner is suing for 30000 for injuries received by being struck by a buggy which MilCuttlft wasr driving on Jackson strreet las t sittQBier was begun Thursday afternoon and had not been completed up j2 less time Friday Z h I r NtGHTRIDERSFOUND Six Will Pay Penalty WitMheirLiv esTwcwGet Twenty Years Union City Tenn Jan 8 Witna verdict of guilty in varying degree the jury in the night rider trials re ported The twelve men found Gar rett Johnson Tid Burton Roy Ran son Fred Pincon Arthur Cloar and Sam Applegate guilty of murder in the first degree with mitigating cir cumstances and Bc Morris and Bob Huffman the other defendants guilty of murder in the second degree and fixed theiij punishment at 20 years in the penitentiary The punishment of the six first named defendants was left to the court and may be death or life im prisonment The defense filed a ma tion for a new trial which was set for hearing tomorrow and which will be overruled as indicated by the court when sentence will be pronounced The court will sentence the six first named defendants to death The defendantstook the verdict with calmness as they had been expecting it since the closing of the arguments Attorney Pierce turned to them when it was announced and said Wewill tear this case to pieces in the supreme court Bob Huffman one of the the men to escape with 20 years is the man who according to the confession of Frank Fehringer fired the shot which killed Captain Ranken When the jurys readiness to report was announced the military quickly surrounded the courthouse and a detail of soldiers with revolver holsters open was deployed around the walls of the courtroom but aside from a whispered buzz of conversation there was no demonstration The prisoners were quickly handcuffed and under military escort taken to prison The verdict is considered a compromise one and no trouble is feared by the authorities The work of the jury was delayed by the sickness of Juror Rosson a recess of several hours being taken to permit him to rally from a sinking spell When the report was made he was carried into the courtroom on a cot EXPERTS HAVE INNING Dr Manson Declares Captain Hains Insane When He Killed Annis Flushing N Y Jan SDroLS- amuel Mansen an alienist continued his expert testimony at todays session of the Hains murder trial the attorneys for the state conduct ing a severe crossexamination After listening to the hypothetical question the reading of which con sumed one hour and fifteen minutes Dr Manson declared that on Aug 15 when Captain Hains shot William E Annis he was suffering from impul sive insanity but that Captain Hains was sane the last time he saw him Blzard Loses Force Washington Jan 8 The cold wave which holds the entire country in its grasp and which was accompanied by low temperature and snows generally in all sections already has lost some of its force in a movement to the east accompanied by strong northeasterly winds The weather bureau stated that the cold wave centered in eastern Ontario Low temperatures which have been recorded in the interior will not change materially Object to Larger Navy Boston Jan SA remonstrance against further increase of the United States navy was sent to congress by the board of directors of the American Peace society Castro improves Berlin JanSGeneral Cipriano Castro is improving rapidly He was able to converse for a considerable time with his wife and others THEMAT Of IL Chief of Police Williams of Wells ville 0 recently acquitted on an ar son charge has been arrested for the alleged poisoning of dogs Four boys ranging in ages from S to 16 years burned to death in a fire which destroyed the home of Crist Lee at Rice Lake Wis The Security State bank of Brain erd Minn has closed its doors pend ing an investigation by the bank examiner Mrs Ira McCready wife of a wealthy Chicago manufacturer eseaped from a private sanitarium and drown ed herself in Lake Michigan Sparks from a stove set fire toa cot in the home of JE Hamaah EatonNX and a ihreeweeks oidbaby of rand Mrs George Hardy of Dayta O burned to dstk I r I ia3 H 1yaJ- fo r i I r Jittt Cloudy and l ening Tonight and SaturdaYff l Not Much Change in Tem 1 perature 1 RICH SPINSTER HAS VANISHEm1 Sister Says She Was Hurled totff SeaHas Bad Picturesque V J r iv Career f London Jan 8 The mysterious disappearance Wind the remarkable career of Miss Violet Gordon Charles r worth are furnishing th English pub= lic with a sensation equal to that oiw i the Steinhcil case In Pang Mf t Charlesworth an attractive spinster of 25 lived with her parents in Bow dera St Asaph Wales has been res ported as killed while motoring li the direction of Penmaenmawr witlii her sister and a chauffeur The afs ter and the chauffeur aver that tfuptf motor came into collision with hid retaining wall of a road along thy edge of a cliff overlooking the sea and V that Miss Charlesworth was thrown over the wall into the sea gaveIaaf thori esand since the members oft the family have declined to see iibsr quirers or to give further details Those who have examined the sceae of the supposed tragedy do not coer sider it possible that the body could have been washed away A woman hat was found upon the rocks bat there was no indication of a boil having been thrown over the cliff Miss Charlesworths picturesque cafe reer suggests that of Mme Humr bert She said that she was heirestf1 of a General Gordon her godfathers who left her 744000 which was toy be paid over to her on her twemty fifth birthday Jan 3 with accum lated interest making the wOlIamount 2500000 Miss CharleswortSt j usually gave her name as GordoC and visited London frequently alonev She operated heavily upon the Lon don Stock Exchange and accordlpip to the Evening News owes one br ker 50000 The story of her death is generate disbelieved although her parents have offered 100 for the recovery JIf the body The disappearance and GMt familys secrecy are causing endleAC speculation tf Court Punishes Vanderbilt Paris Jan 8 The civil court olthe Seine ordered Harold S Vander bilt to pay 100 to a peasant wliovwaJ struck recently by Mr VanderbiltiF automobile near Nice WOMtN GO fREE fi Jury Deliberates Eighteen Homily Over Testimony In Erb Case IMedia Pa Jan SMrs M Flor wife of Captain J Clayton Erb who was well known in political circles all over Pennsylvania and list sister Mrs Catherine Beisel wie sensatloJtaJIware county courthouse free wonteau After the jury had been out nearly 1 hours it brought in a verdict of aeC guilty in the case of each wonwui both of whom had been charged siba- rately and jointly with shooting theY captain Thus ended a trial that lis held the interest of fmorescandalous evidence was brought firsome of which did not reach the rt ing public MURPHY AND MADDEN Clever Lightweights to Meet In MeW fl York Tonight New York Jan S1wo of the iCv lightweights of America will get gether tonight in the ring of the If tfonal Athletic club in this city TfcOK my Murphy the Pride of HarlcM w is to face Frankie Madden the Beer ery Boy in a ten round bout Murphys defeat of Charley OrlIthe Australian boxer in Boston Soft week has sent his stock up a pout eer two Madden has been making etrea uous preparations for the sprap TF J has championship ideas and will ff after some of the best men in tittr 1MMinisters Sit on Lid Eaton 0 JwSIn certalx eatties that have voted dry under hsRose county option law the iseufgsy prescriptions by physicians IMMF proved to be a business muck in mand This will not be tcUe irPreble county however for the Prble County Medical society dcdeW by resolution to put the lidVoa hispractice To secure a preecripds for whisky the applicant must iconfined in bedgCrushed by Piece of Steel Canton 0 Jan 8 William Om Toy 19 was killed under a h0V piece of hot steel at the piamt of flJMf IrroyendHTonngto to sleep beside the steI wilek e peiud ernOed WDL I fI o t 4 t2 O THE WINCHESTER NEWS f i Ii l 19O9 ONJ TUE WEED TKUI Pftl SAT 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1O 11 IS 13 1A 15 IB 1718 lesoueisass 24252O272S29W J Wtt WOMEN GARDENERS Jlalque Institution Started Abroad Two American American WomenIHair what is Utopia in England One of them Mrs Victoria Woodhull Martin has njoyed intermittent celebrity for a cod many years The other is Mrs Martins daughter Miss Zula Maud oodhullIfrom her second husband several NorItondown decaying agricultural village Managed in the old inefficient style and quite cut off from the outer worlds The two Americans Improved the Village had a fight with ithe education athorities which resulted in a corn reorganization of the school and Anally restored the old manor house ud opened it asa womans agricul ti4prai club A pamphlet describing the club and 4K0 objects gives this outline of the auditions of membership Members staying at the club will h Able to take lessons in gardening iatoj or poultry work or bee keeping Tong or short periods embers who have trained at any rthe existing colleges can live at the 4dnb and rent small plots from half an acre upward which will enable them go snake a start in market gardening with very little outlay A horticultural school Is carried on 4a connection with the club The fvonger students under the necessary Supervision will live in separate houses Members may attend the higher desat Cheltenham Ladies college Members who live in the village or JLaunedlate neighborhood may obtain dl meals at the club at a very moder aSx price This is an Important item- s4i gentlewomen are often deterred tom settling in the country on ac i eppnt of the great difficulty of getting- tAT one to do the necessary cooking sttd housework By being able to ob 3ia their meals they are more or less Jwlependent of the servant question im 1 manage very well with occasional Aelp The various fees charged the club Members are all moderate says Town 4Wi Country and the cost of living iUtd learning depends in every case upon the members earning capacity To the girl of small means say 200 Myrextt the club aims to open the door ta life full of interest pleasant work filth and ample recreation The house is a beautiful stone Elizabethan manor house with the date 3SB over its stone gateway The eesntry is charming and the young omen members of the club which Already is self supporting have for geir use a motor launch on the Avon ijMd other facilities for bathing and gboatlng They have a good library in Ctfce mansion and a spacious music tom where they give concerts and Stber entertainments i t Counting Postal Cards If the many interesting machines employed by the government in its Jtally work there may be mentioned die used for counting and tying Mtal cards into small bundles These Machines are capable of counting 500 JKP curds in ten hours and wrapping ltd tying them in packages of twen tyfive each In this operation the pa longViersMother linger dips in a vat of mu wrapJIOther parts of the machine twine the paper round the pack of cards and tltea a thumb presses over the spot beenap9Uedthrown on a carrying belt ready for ivervMinneenolis Journal j t i RAILROAD STORIES The Man Who Paid the Conductor cia the Name on1the Ticket An old time traveling man was talking of experiences of former days on- the road Frequently said this tray eler 1 journeyed to Cincinnati Th fare from my city to that place wa then about 325 I saved somethin by handing the conductor r 2 in cash One day there was an excursion und I bought a round trip ticket for 125 or 150Ive forgotten the exact amount but that circumstance need not cripple this story When I handed toreIwas hurt he remarked My young Ihe dont you know that I can af ford to haul you much cheaper than this company can On another occasion when in Chi cago a colored man met me at the en trance of the station asked me I was going and offered to sell me ticket for 1 The ticket was to Louis ville but I was only going to Indian apolis Cheap enough When the conductor came along to take up my ticket he asked me m name It was usual to write one name on the ticket in the presence o the conductor I told him my name was on the ticket He grinned as he handed it back and asked me to look at it and say if that was my name looked The name on the ticket was Mary Flaherty He grinned somewhat sarcastically but he too the ticketPittsburg Press- SNORING One of the Evils We Acquire With Our Civilization- It is a truism that no one ever heard of a snoring savage In fact if the wild man of the woods and plains does sot sleep quietly he runs the risk being discovered by his enemy an the scalp of the snorer would soon adorn the belt of his crafty and more quietly sleeping adversary With civ ilization however we have changed sleeptngtarrhal affections The nasal passages are the first to become affected In stead of warming the inspired air on removingtromwhich it Is loaded the nose becomes obstructed A part of the air enters and escapes by the mouth The veil of the palate vibrates between the two currentsthat through the mouth and partiallyIn the wind The snore then means that the sleepers mouth Is partially open that his nose is partially closed and that his lungs are in danger from the air not being properly warmed and purified From the continued operation of these causes the Increase of Impure air in sleeping rooms anc escapkillinghas predicted that in the future all men and all women too will snore It goes along with decay of the teeth and baldnessHealthA An Englishman named Thomas Thorp died leaving his fortune to a poor relative on condition that a head stone with the name of the said Thomas Thorp and a verse of poetry be erected over the grave Costing so much a word to chisel letters on the stone the poor relative ordered that the poetry should be brief Upon his refusal to approve on account of their length the lines Here lies the corp Of Thomas Thorp the following was finally ordered and accepted y Thorps r V Corpse J rt I I STRAIN SCHEDULED r CHESAPEAKE OHIO l Eastbound So 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m So 22 Daily ijll 57a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday G30p m No 925pnuVNq 27 Daiiy Bx Sunday 622 a m No2t Daily ijv rt 803 aml 2r0pmNo LOUISVILLE NASHViLLE SouthbORnth N087 CinciJ frNo14I h limited 1103 a m No 9MaysvillcStanford local with Cincinnati conection at Paris arrives at 6 32 departs at 6 35 p in No 31CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1123 p m trjilhbound No 34AtlantaCincinnati limits 500 a m No 10 StanfordMaysyille local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 713 a m No 38 KuoxvilleCincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p n No 32JacksonvilleCincinnal limited 5 45 p1Il All of these trams will stop at Win chester also are all daily excep dos 9 and 10 which are daily ca cpt Sunday Trains Nos 29 and 3 on the present timetable will be elis continued between Paris and Row land on the new timetable EXINGTON EASTERN RY CC Time Card in Effect June 21 1901 East Bound No 2 No IDailStations 73s81gL E Junction 320 8o Clay City 350 90 Stanton 358 91 Campton Junction 430 93 Natural Bridge 435 94 47195BeatAthol 5 i04 0 K Junction 6 3I111 rJackson 112 NolINo3 No Westbound DailyDaily Sun Exl OnlaAlIT PMTAM Jackson 1610 2201 70 0 K June 615 225 70 Athbl 640 252 73 75spTorrent 730 341 81 Natural Bridge 745 355 82 Campton June 748 357 8- 2Stanton815 426 85 Clay City 825 435 90 L E June 900 507 93 9thkTHE FOLLOWING CONNECTION ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY 1I L E Junction Trains Nos and 3will make connection with th C 6 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 3 thdpassenger 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 and 4 will connect with the 0 R Railway for Cannel City Kv an way stations W A MCDOWELL Genl Mgi CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf The Gingerbread Tree There Is a species of palm growler to a height of from twentyfive to thir ty feet In Egypt Arabia Abyssinia and Nubia which produces its fruit ir long clusters each containing from 100 to 200 These fruits are of ar irregular form of a rich yellows brown color and are beautifully pol shed In upper Egypt they form part of the food of the poorer classes of in habitants the part eaten being tr alemost exactly like gingerbread whencE the popular name of gingerbread fret in Egypt Hyphoene thebaica is tin f botanical name of this palm How It Struck Him It was 5 oclock in the afternoon in a crowded Brooklyn trolley car and above the noise arose the wails of a leather lunged baby protesting against everything After two miles of this din the mother left with her child when a young man In the front enl of the car thus expressed his senti ments Gee whiz Im glad Im free No wedding bells for me The result can be more easily imag ined than deScribedNew York Post Women and Ships But Mr Mainbrace why do they always call a ship she Lor miss you woul 1task that oneDiansasGity 7t F i r H Jo b p f It In e lH i J JOB PRINTING I Il 2 r Our Plant quippedwitJl the latest far cavities to turn out the best of Job WorkS Our Business has increased materially In the past month It is growing steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office beJ fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre vent our giving it the very best of attention We Have the Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of and Jobsare turnedout of this office the day they are promised There is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and folded work ft l Lawyers Briefs can be set as expeditiously and cheaply as in any part of Kentucky All We AsK froth any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again I TH- EWINCHESTER News coINC- ORPORATED S Maui St Winchester RPRINT1R J- awJN r o bIIH t I n 4Ia I R j 1 i 1M It0r t lJ- e r T THE WINCHESTER NEWS pa tt I PRESENT CONDITION F OF FOREST RESOURCES Few People HaveAny Idea of Amount of Wealth Left In This Country Few people have any tiling like a clear idea of the amount of forest wealth left in this country Those who think at all about this natural resource which has assisted in mate rial development since the landing of the first settlers are unusually too match influenced by the condition of that particular State or section in which they are most familiar Many Different Ideas If they live in a much deforested or a treeless region the people usual ly that the countrys tim ber supP1Yis even more limited than is actually the fact on the other hand with those located in a section where a pinch of timber has not been experienced the feeling is likely to be altogether theother way and some become so indifferent at times as to think that there is really not much reason to worry about a tim ber problem Both cap profit by a reading of the actual facts Forests Cover OneFourth The forests of the United States How corer about 550 million acres or about onefourth of the land of the whole Gou 1tryThe original for ests covered not less than 850 mil lion acres or nearly onehalf The forests owned by the govern ment cover onefourth of the total area and contain onefifth ofall timber standing Forests privately I r owned corer threefourths of the area and contain fourfifths of the standing timber Besides having three jtimes the area and four times the forests the timberland privately owned is generally more valuable Conservative Lumbering Forestry or conservative lumbering is practiced on 70 per cent of the of the forests publicly owned and on less than one per cent of the forests privately owned This covers the countrys forest resources as they stand today Senator Smoot chair man of the section of forests of the National Conservation Commission in outlining the future has said By reasonable thrift we can produce a constant timber supply be tff yond our present need andwith it conserve the usefulness ofour streams for irrigation water supply navigation and powei Right Management iUnder right management our for ests will yield over four times as muchas now We can reduce waste in the woods and in the mill at least onethird with present as well as fu ture profit We can perpetuate the naval stores industry Preservative treatment will reduce by onefifth the quantity of timber used in the water or in the ground We can practically stop forest fires at a tot al yearly cost ofonefifth the value of the standing timber burned each grqwthWe meet our needs until our forests have had time to grow again But if we act vigorously and at once we shall escape permanent timber scarcity I OPERA USE s I With Robert Garnclla May Shirk ElsieEdna Garnella Frank Forrest Jack StaelitonjrWalter Edson and a first class company music lovers are J sure of a treat on next Monday eve ning when UA Merry New York Maid will appear at the opera house on Monday January 12 There is laugh ter all through and with the music it makes the enjoymentb complete The production has been made very carefully and the piece bears the evidence of the work that has been spent on it The story is unlike many of the later comedies inasmuch as there is a fine plot to the piece and the laughs are caused more by the situations than by the actor The musical numbers that the verylatestproduced The company is a great singing organization and the entire production is staged by Mr Max Oberadorfer of the Metropolis Theatre New York making the piece as nearly perfect as possibte Work with a Will We are not sent into this world to do anything into which we cannot put our hearts We have certain work to do for our bread and that is to be done strenuously other work to do for our delight and that is to be done byhalveswhat is not worth this effort is not to be done at allJohn Ruskin J Vanity The more one speaks of himself the less he likes to hear another talked ofIjkvater V i f= HOW MISTAKES COST Edgar L Vincent Takes a Chapter from His Own Experience Some years ago when coming on the farm I bought a cow of a neighbor He told me she was as good as she looked and to my eyes she looked firstrate and in some ways she was all right r She gave good milk and a good lot of it She was healthy and hearty She was pleasing to look at and the chil dren loved her still she had a bad habit of kicking Now I do not say that the man who sold me that cow knew she had this failing perhaps he did not I am con vinced that some cows are very seitai tive to the touch of the hands of some men From that cow we raised a num ber of calves They were always good ones large with dreamy big eyes and perfect beauties in many ways But it may surprise you to know that every cow of that breedinghad the same fail ing of kicking And they would kick hard too- After that we had a little experience with a bull calf that came from a neighbor also who had thoroughbred tows We did the very best we could by it so that It came to maturity in good condition But it never brought us a single good calf It is a serious mistake to buy cow that are not healthy In these days when so much is being said about tu berculosis one needs to be exceedingly careful lest he bring into his herd a cow which is suffering from this terri ble scourge and which may inoculate his whole dairy We cannot do better than to insist upon a good bill of health for every cow we purchase particularly if she be a fullblooded cowOften costly mistakes are made in the matter of building our barns Did you ever hear a man say A fellow must build two or three barns to know what he really needs and ought to have That is so common an ex pression that I venture to say you can not find a man that has ever built a barn who has not used it We of today have an advantage in this respect which our forefathers did not Some splendid barns are now to be found tin almost every part of the country We may visit these and get pointers for our own use So too there are some fine books devoted just to barn plans These are well worth buying for the assistance they may be to the prospective builder WINTER CARE OF THE MILKER Protect Cows from Cold But Give Them Chance for Exercise Proper protection is most essential during the cold wet months of early spring than at any other time of the year Good care at this time brings results at the pan Allow the cows to run out only on bright days I do not allow them to fill themselves with very cold water as it is liable to affect their entire system Give water sev eral times a day and have it slightly warmIThe feed problem at this time is the most serious for the year says Farm and Home The high price of grains makes it costly to feed a cow in this vicinity and to be profit able a cow must produce about 16 ounces of butter daily which sells for 35 cents per pound While each feeder must study his local supply of feed and regulate matters to conditions before him there are cer tain feeds that will always be favor itesSupply sufficient bulk to satisfy the appetite and at the same time furnish material for growth and milk production If there is a surplus of feed slie will have a tendency to lay on flesh which is not wanted If feed is insufficient the cow will shrink in milk supply I feed very regularly first giving grain milking while they eat this After the milk is removed I feed the roughage and the dust does not get Into the milk The large cow and the small nervous cow both require more feed than one that is quiet These thoughts may appear to most readers to be trite and commonplace but they are just the things that are neglected by most dairymen DONT STUNT THE CALVES Keep Their Feed Up If You Would Make a Profit If last years calves are to be kept on the farm during the present win ter there is no economy in keeping them through on short rations No matter what the price of feed is if they are good enough to keep they should have plenty to eat and if they are not good enough to keep they had better be marketed now at almost any price If the calf is stunted during its first winter it will not be worth more in the spring than at this time Profit in growing young calves of any kind depends largely upon keeping their growth constant One of the most Avorthlcss objects upoli any farm in the spring is a calf that has been brought through the winter on a ration of straw rrid cold weather and that has been allowed to become lousy as well as stunted The grain fed to the calves this winter may seem cost ly and not productive of any results but when these same calves are put upon the pasture next summer it willI be easy to tell which of them re celved grain and which did not As has been repeated in these columns many times there is no economy In poor feeding and this is doubly true when applied to young stock Cut all dead wood from fruit trees so the insect pests willhavenohld lug place i 4dEsT DEPOT IN TilE WORLD IN LEXINGTON 4 Old L N Station There Has That Unique Distinction The oldest structure in the world today built for a railway passenger station stands at the corner of Mill and Water streets in Lexington This statement is made in a care fully prepared article written for the Mechanicaland Electrical Engineer ing record of the Kentucky State Un iversity by Prof V E Muncy for many years connected with the latter institutionProfessor Muncy refers to the old Louisville Nashville depot As it appears now there is little difference from what it looked like when first built A plain squareshaped build ing three stories high and built of brick it is familiar to every man woman and child in the city of Lex ington It was only abandoned a few months ago by the L N upon the Completion of the new Union Station between Limestone and Walnut Begun in 1833 The writer learned from the late Captain Jesse Woodruff that it was begun in 1833 and completed in 1835 continues Professor Muncys article When completed it marked the eastern terminus of the Lexington Ohio railroad and contained the offices of the company From the northwest corner of this building the first passenger railway car west of the Alleghanics started on its daily run to Frankfort It has been used for almost three quarters ofa century and stands as a landmark to remind the present generation of the old order of things in Lexington and Central Kentucky Charter in 1830 Those who prepared the charter granted January 28 1830 to the Lex in ton Ohio Railroad Company contemplated a road from Lexington to Louisville The early advertise ments to contractors invited bids on the construction pf eight miles of road from Louisville eastwardand six miles from Lexington westward but the citizens of Louisville were not then ready to apply themselves seriously to the construction of the railway They had a commercial out let through the Ohio River Started To Build Road Mr Winter and his coworkers most of wliQm were residents of Lex ington then set themselves assid uously to the task of building the road from Lexington to Frankfort Several engineers were employed The first was Thomas J Matthews of Transylvania University who be gan a preliminary survey of the pro posed route during the latter part of March 1830 Soon after this the president employed Samuel H Kneass Mr Mcllvain and others to put to work in a state of forward ness The directory requested the president to go eastward in search of a man for chief engineers place II J Ranney who had been in the service of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company applied for the place President Winter offered him a salary of 1200 per annum This he declined but agreed to work with out compensation a few months until the board could judge of his competency After a trial of three months he was made chief engineer of the road August 16 1832 The Board of Directors had some difficulty in obtaining the right of way through a number of farms In two cases the Ducker farm and the Francesco farm President Winter reported that an amicable adjustment could be brought about only by the purchase of the farms outright The subscriptions for capital stock were called for by the three tory in installments of from one per cent to ten per cent These payments were made in some instances very slowly The treasurer was frequently embarrassed for funds The director were compelled to meet out standing obligations from their own resourcesThe nds of the road finally obtained an act of the Legislature of Kentucky enabling them to pledge all of the property of the Lexington Ohio Railroad Company to the State and to issue bonds to theeredit of the State These bonds were sold at a premium for money to continue the work on the road They were afterward cancelled by the company and the State lost nothing thereby The grade from Lexington to the top of the hill northeast of Frankfort was fairly easy though gotten at the expense of many short curves From the top of this hill to Frankfort andIthe river an inclined plane was After the road bed was gradedI two parallel lines of stone were placed upon the grade Into the sills holes were drilled larger at the bottom than at the top so that when molten lead was poured in and cooled it was held securely The rails were of wrought iron v i Fits Your Machine and Lasts Forever I kiPurerClearerreallyindestructibleandincomparably full clear tone catalogAit right along Winchester Drug Go tJtfJNo5 South Main St Winchester Ky II let Us D- oYour Plumbing IF YOU WANT IT DONE RIGHT In our work we are way past the experimental stageWe not guess at how things should be donewe know As to priceswe also know youll not object GRANT WITT 8 CO 30 North Main Roe Winans 6 Scott ROOFINGGUTTERIRGand GAS J WATER PLUMBING Dealers in Iron and Bucket Pumps Cistern Tops Gas Fixtures Mantels Globes Stove Pipes Elbows Home Phone 502 Next to Pruits Grocery DOOM OF BIG HAT Chicago Milliners Plan to Put an End to Enormous Headgear Wow Worn By Women A 4CHICAGO 1ine hat with the dangerous reach the head piece with the spearlike feather and the creation which obscures the scen ery will soon te no more Chicago milliners have banded as the Mil liners Association with a resolve to wipe out the giant hat evil By means of our organization we will put an end to cutthroat tactics among milliners said Mme Marie president of the association By this means and by turning out more artistic hats we will be able to uphold Chicagos reputation as the millinery center of the country Natural Kindness At an out of the way railroad junc hungrybutbefore his train left Ill take a cup woIIman of the restaurant Ive no time for anything else You can take all the time you want cordiallyIantelephone to the superintendent to de luy the train a little while Why can that be done asked the traveler in amazement Certainly said the young woman Of course it can Its a branch road goingIwould want you to Save a good meal lIs owns this restaurant Youths Companion AS True Noii as Then Corruption will never want a pa- ytense Ctof You Cannot Answer These Questions IlWhy do you coritinuev bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out in a full bath tern pored to suit you and can do so every mo ring if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and hun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River Q Dont are about they them every have have a dry dismal7 yard have lfbloomingtime of dust street j suffer other incon when can have everything ant your family right house A 61s it true that an is lack money put lack of economy enterprise t and indifference of V C F ATTERSALL Superintendent v r Winchester Water Works CotINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue tell all about it Youll he urnrisert at inexpensive these are 4 An Advance for Winchester I I wE Lave installed great expense our new engine and other machinery with which now prepared furnish DAY CUR RENT for and heat and for fans and other motors t Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior all others It is safe cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice CjINCORPORATED F W P HACKEITT GENL MGR a a P S We furnish Ice in Winter as as Summer IWE IiN CARRY FLUTED COLUMNS f Live There people who the slights and necessarily find turn especially imaginary ones They literate never learned how live Henry Druramond 4Why looking when you get rid the lithe 5Why veniences you for the healthof iiL the not the swer not and getting tj1 out life will you hnw privileges just at we are to light power to clean well Hew same as well as the plain in our ready to use mill work We carry various styles of caps and capitals to fit and match exactly Come and pick out the style you prefer Used to sustain a roof I a ceiling or a porch they are a distinct and a literal tower of strength R P SCOBEE SON 8C COINCORPORATED r l r Know to go world looking for are miserable for they at are morally il for they to f t can comfort of to most r Uses of Romance 1 believe with all my soul in ro mance that is in a certain highheart ed eager dealing with life I thiak that one ought to expect to find think beautiful and people interesting liot fto take delight in detecting metnesses and failures Benson i iTIi i trIL J r 4 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS f i fli WINCHESTER JESAn initopenctent Newspaper Published by ThB Winchester News CosjLT Incorporated Orifice South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Suntay 1J centered as secondclass matter Jlrrember 28 1908 at the post oMc jtt Winchester Kentucky under the at of March 31879S- UBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Doily one year 520 TjDnfweek 1Q Payable at office or to collector jfftxy week Mail Deliveryh year i 300 JfBji months 150 jM month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Disolay Per Inch tAe time any edition 25 JHuree times within one week 50 Dse week continuously l0 JBM 300calendarFomr weeks four times a week 240 our weeks three times a week 180 JTonr weeks two times a week 120 JVmriweeks one lime a week 75 aglriSk discounts 3 months 10 pet seat 6 months 25 per centone pear 33JL3 per cent Linerlneaness notices b 0 d71L e Pare reading news headings v Ion New Phone No 91 FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1909 THE FIRE DEPARTMENT The dreadful calamity of Thurs daymorning when one human life was sacrificed and over 20000 worth of property destroyed emphasizes strongly the position Abe f News that the Fire Department hould best ngthened We do not believe that any Fire Department jConld have saved the Court View jiotei after the fire got fairly start ed But we cannot tell when an- Other suchcalamity may overtake Winchester If two fires had broken out Thursday r morning it would have been impOBsble to control them One only could have been taken care of The Fire Department has under corisideration the purchase of a view hose wagon Let the matter be pushed at once Now is the time to get the Council to act With the Court View catastrophe i our minds it will be far easier to se cure action than if the matter is al Sowed to drag indefinitely The Fire Committee has been in vestigating various kinds of wagons ind ought to be in a position to Jcqpw the best They should close up the matter immediately and not wait for further disastrous fires t OPEN UP COURT STREET fljtfie Jester of Judge Bednier in atyesterdaysnow is the time to open South Court 6 ffeWl0 Duple and to move the jail from its present position is wortbyt of serious consideration The location of the federal building hasaddedo the valueof theprop ecnew Party building has shown the possibilities of business going there Main street is crowded and there mugbain outlet somewhere Tire best way to buildup the square is to make a thoroughfare clear through to Maple and now is the tame to act when there is no obstruction to the street uh 9rf L SHOW TO ADVERTISE Here is what a successful advertis ing writer has to say about how to MilKido Tell it all in the first parargaph Forseveral months I had been re porting for the liveliest daily of the city aid imagined I had made good rwhen the city editor called me into his1 room one afternoon Sayrrsaid he in the informal manner that always stopped a cub reporter breathing for a few mo ments your work is all right after a reader j gets into it but kindly remember this is np quarterly we are running Put all the facts of your article into the first paragraph then the reader doesnt have to wade through a lot of stuff to find out what the item is Let your first paragraph tell the story if we are crowded and have to throw out what follows it theres no loss At the time it struck me as some truthIandoften recall that bit of instruction Place the concentrated essence of your work at the very beginnnie so your customer prospect knows what he is going to grin elaborat ed form later on Then if hes interrupted or loses the pape the advertising seed ba been sown just the same Tell it all in the first aragraph he may not read the second Deputies Convene Today Rome Jan BThe Italian chamber of deputies opened today in extraordi nary session to adopt such legislative measures as are necessary to relieve darnage earthquake district Pre mier Giolitti summarized the work accomplished by the government and said that everything possible had been done to help the sufferers Gasoline Explosion Fatal Greentown Ind Jan 8 Gasoline used to start a fire in Wil11cutskilled his mother fatally hurt and two brothers Morton and Harrison badly burned COIBERSOR RISQLUJION Instructs Judiciary Committee to Find if President Is Right in v Co Case Special to The News- WASHINGTON D C Jan 8 The Senate passed the Culberson Resolution insttit ting the Judiciary Committee to report whether the President was authorized to permit the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by the steel trust CHINESE ENVOY HAS JUST BEEN RECALLED Tang Shao Pf Now in Washington Ordered Hime To His Government Special to The News PEKING Jan 8TangShab the Chinese envoy to the United PiI es now in Washington has been calledINAUGURATION IS TO BE POSTPONED Illinois Legislature in Indefinite Deadlock Springfield TIt Jan SWith the two houses of the Fortysixth General assembly in deadlock over canvassing the vote cast for state officers at the inaUgjural der ordinary circumstances unI house and senate organizations locked horns when the senate refused to par ticipate in a joint session to canvass the vote until being fully assured in advance relative to the plan of to be followed by the actionI publicans 4n the house in the fileIjoint assembly How long the deadlock will con tinue is purely problematical It may last only nintilearfyMiext week or it may continue Indefinitely BURIED IN ONE GRAVE More Than Thousand Bodies Then Quicklimesan most impressive funeraL ceremony was witnessed near here when Archbishop Barrigo in the cemetery at Mare Grosso blessed a grave 100 feet wide and 30 feet deep containing 1300 bodies The dead were piled one on top of the other and the bodies covered with quicklime The prelate was followed to the cemetery by a large gathering of survivors whose lamentations mingled with th Latin words of the service and the benediction PERMANENT JATHL TIC CLUB i Mr C Adams of Cleveland 0 is apermatienAthletic s t men and boys His methods are scientific and the latest For par ticulars he can be reached at the BrownProctoria 18lt EVANS TO TELL OF TRIP AROUND HORN fighting Bob to Be Guest of Navy League Tonight New York Jan SIn Carnegie hall tonight the Navy League of the United States will give a public military reception to Rear Admiral Robley D Evans The event is in celebration bf not through with Billy Annis I his recent recovery from illness All military and naval men have been asked to appear in uniform and mem bers of patriotic societies are to wear their insignia Military formality will te observed in the proceedings The famous guest on this occasion will make his debut as a lecturer He has been induced by the league to tell publicly for the first time the story of the battleship cruise from Hampton Roads to San Francisco DECREE IS REVOKED Holland Gets Formal Notice of Vene zuelas Action The Hague Jan SOfficial notifi cation has been received here from Caracas of the formal revocation by the Venezuelan government of the transshipment decree of May 14 which led to th ereceflt Dutch naval demonstration in Venezuelan waters The official dispatch bringing this in telligence adds that the Dutch consuls in Venezuela have had their ex- equaturs returned Ammunition Arrives Willemstad Curacao Jan SThe Dutch steamer Prinz Willem II ar rived here from New York with 100 cases of ammunition and 25 cases of firearms on board This war material Is supposed to have been shipped for revolutionary purposes before the settlement of the controversy be and Venezuela IanMARATHON TONIGHT Runners to Compete at Madi son Square Garden New York Jan SMat Maloney the worlds record breaker of the entriesIGarden tonight He says he wants to- demonstrate that he can uake the same time on an indoor track as he made on the road from Rye on Dec 26 Fred Lorz one of the most con sistent Marathon runners has also enteredThe prizes which are to be given have attracted the attention of run ners as far west as Chicago There are several entries from Boston and all the large eastern cities will have representatives in the race GUARD JUDGE WRIGHT Police Take Threatening Letters In Serious Vein Washington Jan 8 Because of the receipt of numerous letters of a threatening character by Judge Wright growing out of his recent de cision in the labor contempt case Major Sylvester chief of police stated that he had instructed the captain of the precinct in which the justice resides to take such precautions as ordinarily would be taken to protect a citizen from the possible work of cranks Golden Silence- I think the first virtue is to restrain the tongue he approaches nearest the gods who knows how to be silent even when he is in the rightCatot iiII We must vacate our present store room by Feb ruary 1st We will move at that time Wour new quar ters in the Bloomfield Powell Building just complet ed on Main street between roadway and Washington streets Come early before all the good things are gone We must sell and sell at any price Th ssale is for iiicaI1 We quote you a few prices as an example of to what we are offering SAYPREACHER MAY BE LIVING lichigan Murder Mystery firows Deeper BONES NOT IDENTIFIED Authorities Are Looking Canada For Man Answering Description of Rev Carmichael Who Crossed St Clair River Carpenter Who Has Been Missing For Several Days Thought Be Victim Brutal Butchery Country Church 1Sl Clair Mich Jan SRev H the Methodist minister of Adair Mich who was thought be the victim and whose dismembered and burned body was found in the stove of his church near Columbus Mich now thought to be alive The authorities St Clair county fugitivehave sent descriptions him the police of5 number Canadian cities in the hope that stranger who StjClairprove be the missing clergyman and may be located and returned to Michigan to clear up the Rattle Run church mystery Indications point to Gideon Browning of Adair carpenter who has been missing for several days the victim who lost his life in the des perate handtohand struggle that Vio lated the rural sanctuary The mur der probably occurred in the early evening Tuesday with impro vised paper shade subduing the flick ering light little oil lamp that cast the only light shed upon the scene dirk and hatchet wrought their bloody work Frank Carrier of St Clair reported that he had been approached by man resemoling very much the description Rev Carmichael whc had offered him he would take him across the river Canada Car rier did not like take his boat out into the ice that was running the river the time and declined the strangers offer The only arrest that has been made that of Frank Smith of Adair at whose home boarded Gideon Brown ing the missing carpenter But there charge pending against Smith The authorities have taken him into custody merely to hold him wit nes- st9aq jot Be Identified Port Huron Mich Jan SA thor ough examination of the bones and ashes found the stove of the Rat tleRun church resulted in the state ment being made by the St county authorities that the body the murdered victim had been badly burned that there was not enough left determine anything all about the victims identity Warns King of Plot Lisbon Jan SDuring banquet given by officers the army which King Manuel was present lieutenant publicly warned his majes ty that plot to dethrone him was course of preparation The officer declared further that the king was surrounded by spies and traitors The Winchester News Is delivered bv carrier at 10 cents per week OFFICEHOLDERS MUST PT COMMITTEE Democratic Party Law Does Not Ap ply to Members Who WereSuch When Rule Was Adopted MT STERLING Ky Jan 8Att- he last meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee of Ken partylawSullivan of Richmond Don aldson of Can oIlton and W A Berry of Paducah for an opinion construing the same This section prescribes the qualifications of members of the State Committee and points out certain disqualifica tions controver8YIPrewitt State chairman to whom it was certified referred the same to the subcommittee above named for an opinion con struing This section prescribes the quali fications of members of local com mittees and points out certain dis qualifications controI ofIIty Clerk Hardinsburg and mem her of the State Central Committee from the Fourth Congressional Dis trict Judge Henry DeHavan Moorman questioned the eligibility of Moore and Chairman Prewitt is in receipt of an exhaustive opinion fully construing the sect ons above named from the said subcommittee The opinion is unanimous one and will in all probability beadoptedby the State Central Committee at its next meeting thatIwho became such after June 11 1908 when the party law was adopted at the Lexington conven tion is ineligible to hold the office of party committeeman but that this provision does not apply to Democrats who were already in office or already candidates at the time prior to the date of thetadoption of the law The subcommittee gots still fur ther and holds that the very action of accepting an office appointive elective of becoming candi onfany any Democratic committee in the State and that this inhibition extends to the chairman of the party committee whether he is member of the committee not the party law permitting the election of person not member of committee asits chairmanMarked Improvement My washerwoman Mrs Lapsling was saying used lose ever many my sheets and pillow cases but she doesnt now mark them all With intelligible ink x DiT1L LET l I 1 In J H to of In J to is of of to a of a to a as of an of a as a of 2 if to to in at is is no as a in o so to at a of at a a in a J A a r a or 1 or or a p o a or a a a to so of I I wI Pier Almost Giv n Away 7c9 6c and 5c paper per roll 3c 15e 12o and lOc paper per roll 7Cf I 2c jgGc and X5c paper per roll10e45c5 36c andvSOc paperper roll Itic 2Oes9 Big r etcacti n ca Faints Gils r I Glass Picture Frames Moldings etc = sIi t W ebesreI e il f1 I1 JI erJ1ildWaaiPaperof r ti I05 uthHain St eetI I AtfBBa WiQch s ei K ntuckylSUgyVTg tf t t7r t gjw3sycgiaig 3yr 5gr4 sg rn e I t P 1 q 9h1 T I THE WIKCHESTE HEWS Thlge3 I LobzBrtTwThe United Daughters of the Con federacy will meet with Mrs Rezin M Scobee Saturday afternoon at two oclock fortnightly Club The Fortnightly Literary Club will have an attractive program with Mrs Rezin M Scobee on Monday afternoon next Moonlight Skate There was a large crowd out to the Moonlight Skate last night you can always find something interesting at the Auditorium Literary and Social Club One of the most interesting prog rams of the Literary and Social Club l of this season was the one with Miss Sara Goodloe eBnton on Thursday N On this particular occasion they l made a stud of Longfellow Miss Luqy Stewart read an interesting poem Miss Owen Porter read a very original and an unusually bright pa LongfellowfFlorrye Smith showed much training in reciting a poem while Miss Winnie Garrett in her sweet manner rendered some beautiful so losAfter this attractive program was I finished an elegant lunch was served Mis Bentons guests were Mrs William P French Misses Anna Mae Hisle Margaret Sphar Florrye Smith Richie Lane Ilia and Lucy Stewart Katherine Nelson Nancy Hddgkin Jeannette Tracy Margaret McKinley Clay Croxton and Emma Lee Taylor J Euchre Club The hospitable doors of Winches ter were again thrown open on Thurs day afternoon and evening when Mrs John Clelland entertained the Euchre Club and Fortytwo Club in her en viable and inimitable way at the home of her mother Mrs Frank Pen delton The house was beautifully decorated in yellow chrysanthemums and potted plants in every place to please the most artistic person The lights were covered with the yellow shades which threw a mellow light over all and added beauty to the oc casion Mrs Clelland gowned in a lavendar crepe de chime with the embroidered lavender chiffon trimmings looked excedingly handsome and was asist j ed in entertaining by Miss Mary Crutcher gowned in green broadcloth Mrs John Poynter and Misses Fran asIIsIStedcheon was served in delicious courses at the small tables attractive in their appointments The tallies were quite unique for they were in the shape of of clubs diamonds spades and hearts in white edged with gold and the monogram of the hostess in gold on theml present were Mrs Susan G Anderson Mrs Lucien Beckner Mrs J T Becker Miss Cornell Misses Mary and Allen Crutcher Mrs J Og den Crutcher Mrs Ed Clark Mrs Bruce Duty Mrs Harvey Franklin Mrs George Green Mrs Ollie Had den Mrs J W Ishmael Mrs Sam Jeffries Mrs E E Kidwell Mrs Mrs Roll Ratliff Mrs Harry Stroth er Mrs Harry Strossman Mrs Lew is Flynn Mrs Hampton Bush Mrs Richard B Hunter Misses Kate and Anna StoneriJlashj Miss Lena Brat ton Mrs Mafk Donovan Miss Evelyn Price Mrs 3r M Jenkins Miss Georgie ptOnltIrsEd Mitchell Mrs Wilijrim ihfassie Mrs Scott Ren ick Mrs Will Baldwin Mrs George ClarktIn the evening there were many who again enjoyed hospitality for this time the Fortytwo Club met with her The tallies were quite original For thg men was the white and gold tally in the shape of 4 and the 2 for the ladies The charming hostess was assisted in entertaining this time by Misses Mary Crutcher and Ella Pendleton Mrs Eliza Haggard and in serving Misses Frances Pen dleton and Julia Gaitskill There were many beautiful and handsome gowns to add beauty and charm to this delightful party A most de licious and beautiful luncheon was served in Courses at the small tables Thosepresentor this occasion were Mr and Mrs T M McEldow ney Mr4 and Mrs Harry Strother Mr and Mrs George Green Mr and Mrs Charles Parrish Mr and Mrs William Massie Mr and Mrs Harry Strossman Mr and Mrs 01 Evans Dr and Mrs Ogden Crutcher Mr and Mrs Ben Crutcher Mr and Mrs George How Mr and Mrs Lewis Flynn Mr and Mrs George Tomlin son Mr and Mrs Will Scobee Mr and Mrs Henry Thomson Mr and Mrs Curtis Evans Dr and Mrs J C Vaught Mrs Walker Lancaster Mr Tom Barrow Mrs James Evans Mrs Winn Mr and Mrs Lucien Beckner Mr and Mrs Sam Jeffries Mr and Mrs Maurice Miller Mr and Mrs C E Lyddane Mrs Oscar Johnson Miss Georgic Boston Mrs Roll Ratliff Mrs Mack Donovan Mis Ormie Hodgkin Mr Mentger Mary Crutcher At Home Miss Ruth Tucker will entertain with an at home Saturday from three to five oclock at the home of Mrs Lee Evans on South Main street PERSONALS The many friends of Mr J Ed Gaitskill who has been so sick in Florida will be glad to know that he is much better aridthey think he will be out in a few days Mrs Ollie Hadden has returned home from a visit to Mrs Asa Kidd at Thomson Station Mrs J M Jenkins is in Lexington and will be gone for several days Miss Jeannette Tracy has returned from a delightful visit to Lexington Mr Charles Walker of Lexington was a guest in town Thursday Madam Howe left Vcdiiesday for Chicago to obtain a fresh supply of goods and will then make a tour of SouthMr LeBus has returned from California where he spent the Christmas holidays Mr James S Winn is in Chicago on business Mr Jack Hutsell is in town u WATCHES If We have some good things to talk about in theIt Watch line come hear we have to saY N IIc HtlWEN Jeweler and Optician JCH r 1O fIJoiwIr IlX CLEAN SWEEPj setting ready for Spring and want to clean up allodds and ends iti Qteen ware 1We are offer t f ngsome extremely low prices Call early and pick tip your bargains before they are all gone The WinJ Furniture Co 1 We C0Sve S 1 reenTradfnij Sarn1g- l r IQr CASHo SALE J For I yr TEN DAYS LONGEK ii EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS Suits f Raincoats and Cloaks for Women and Children at a reduction of from 25 to 60 per cent llress Goods and Silks i 600 yards at onexhalf price iAll other Dress Goods and I Silks at 10 percent reduction 33 i r- ll Winter Underwear i i at onehalf price or Jessy 1 l Calicoes i rJiesf brands at 5 tents i v Percales Ivalue 12 12 cents now 10 cents l IIiiii all goods J charged u at regular prices i WE GIVES H GREEN TRADING s11 Ii r Clifton B Ross j RAILROADERS FOR HERRICK Grand Chief Stone Urges Former Governor For Cabinet Job Augusta Ga Jan 8 Senator Knox who is to be secretary of state in the Taft cabinet today continued his conference with the president elect on the subject of cabinet appointments Mr Taft has heretofore announced that the Judgment of Senator Knox is to have great weight with him in se lecting the men who are to be in his cabinet With this in mind it may be stated that the preliminary and form ative periods of this important work have emerged into that of making definite decision and of offers and ac ceptances of places Mr Taft would not discuss for pub lication or otherwise what he said was the long and most satisfactory talk he had with his premier Owing to the fact that the negroes of Atlanta are engaged in a wrangle over the place where Mr Taft should make his address to the oolored peo ple on the occasion of his visit to that city Mr Taft wired a cancellation of the promised speech That the organizations of railroad employes favored the selection of Myron T Herrick of phio for a cabinet place was indicated to Mr Taft by Warren S Stone grand chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Tinner Falls to Death Elyria 0 Jan 8Albert Hornun- ga tianor foy Ito his death from the roof of the Methodist Episcopal church Hornung was making repairs on the church eaves when he sUpped on the wet slate of the roof and fell b chward 3 feet to a pile of broken stone Burtons Itinerary Washington Jan 8 Congressman Burton vil leave here Monday arriv morningf b DEDICATION OF THE- NEWSMMIJRIA HALL Many Prominent Educators Attending Impressive Exercises at Danville Special to The News fDANVILLE Ky Jan S The six ty thousand dollar Memorial Hall to Dr W C Young deceased former President of Central University will be dedicated this afternoon Dr Wil lis G Craig Professor of Theology in the McCormick Theological Institute Chicago will deliver the dedication address Dr Henry S Prit theI ment will also speak Prof H A Scott of the Smithsonian Institute Washington and Dr Chas A Dab ney of the tJniversity of Cincinnati are among other educators present Graduates of the colleges from allover the United States are also here A HORRIBLE HOLDUP IAbOltt ten yews ago my brother andIR Lipscombof Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment ftpm several doctors but found no help till fcft used Dn K3ng 1 New Discovery n d yafi wholly cure I- by six bottles Ho is a well manto day Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs lemonages Coughs and Holds Bron allIa D 100 Trial bottle Tree fenaranteed by Phillips Drug Shire t THE NEWS bi mall 3 a year v n t FIERY SENATOR WAS FOLLOWED t lillmai Sasfecfel of Beiig is a bud fealC PRESIDENT liKSBEPORT Contents of Reply to Hales Inquiry Not Made Public but Senators Fay vered With Advance Information Say Speech of Swrtfc Carolinian a Year Ago Arouced EnemiespWho Sent Alleged Incriminating Letters to Roosevelt and Espionage Began Washington Jan SBy direction of President Roosevelt secret servicemen shadowed Senator Tillman of South Carolina on the theory that he possibly was interested in an Oregon land grab and the result of that investigation la now before the sen ateThe information was contained in a communication from President Roosevelt sent in response to request made by Senator Hale to the heads of the executive departments for a statement f the activities of secret service operatives Exhaustive replies were made by the Various departments and all of these were for warded to Senator Hale by the presi dent They have not been made public and Senator Hale announced that they would not be given out until af ter they had been considered ya subcommittee of the committee on appropriations Through the fact that several senators had advance Information of the character of the report it was learned that the investigation of Senator Till man followed an attack which he made in the senate nearly a year ago upon an Oregon land compny which had used his name as one of the per sons interested the concern Pre vious to that a llck Senator Tillman had introduced m resolution directing the attorney general to prosecute suits against an Oregan railroad corporation which had received land grants in the sixties for a line from a California point to Portland Ore Mr Tillman had said that the use of his name was without authority and as a result it is declared that several persons interested in land grants be came angered- Some of the interested parties are reported to have sent to President Roosevelt copies o letters alleged to have been written by Senator Till man indicating that he had an interest in one of the land companies that would be benefitted through the land companies obtaining possession of the grants in question IN THE SENATE Culberson Wants Committee to Re port on Presidents Acts Washington Jan 8 Characterizing the action of the president lin directing the attorney general not to proceed against the United States Steel corporation for its absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron com pany as another arbitrary and law less act of the chief magistrate Sen ator Culberson of Texas introduced a resolution in the senate instructing the committee on judiciary to report at as early a day as practicable whether in the opinion of that committee the president was authorized to permit such absorption An amendment was reported to the senate from the committee on finance providing for an increase of the sal ary of the president to 100000 and of the salary of the vice president and the speaker of the house of representatives to 20000 each BRAVE FIRE LADDIES often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Bueklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is instant 25c at Phillips Drug Store CEDtGETOWJDtPOI IOF IODERR Blli5 Railroad Commission Turns Dswn- Plans as Offered tttte Citizens 1 GEORGETOWN y Jan difull Railroad Commission po of Chairman A T Slier MeD tijJFKJF son and L P Tarlelon Georgetown yesterday arriyinispecial train v r The members were eritertairieji Mayor Richard FinpelLund thJbjf mercial Club Committee lia rr JJ 1 new depot proposition in haa + Messrs Frank Thoniasson EdivJVintr ton and Captain L R Jacksoivjehlv engineer in charge of the Queen c Crescent railroad stationed ill hex 1 ington accompanied tlie xsommission The site on whiclrfthe old jjepot stood was gone over iris wcnnL he- surroundfugs and fire general sittfav tions in Georgetown jyas looked nlq After full investigation then s sion decided that the plans JreEeto l fore submitted by railroads are not in keeping with what too qtoisfjf s requires and deseryes and aviIl jvbe approved by the cornKiissiOn Iiar giOunds also are consideredquate The commission decided to nrJaIte a conference between ahG railroad tl ficials and the citizcnsvof Georgeiiqail witha view to arranging fovialJjrfen Station fc MT STERLING POSJpFFJCE A SHOWS GOOD PRpgnge ar MT STERLING Ky Jan 8oFor the three months ending December Bl 1908 the ML Sterling postojfice Tias made a most remarkable showing After paying all the running fcxpeijsep for the quarter amounting to 2f 91349 there is left a net profit ip the Government of 118024 TillS showing means a profit approximate v ly of 5000 annually to fUncle Barney more probably than any ciofclass in the State Postmaster Ball is highly pleased at the showinginacle by his office tSale of Personalty HeldrAt the sale of personalty belonging to John McClain the following prices were obtained Bay fully by J3onrcbon Chief 185 two suckling clff4650 and 50Jfpeethely stei i 430 to 455 peaj hundred j heifer 390 per hundred mileh cows 4025 corn 325 per barrel in the ciibli 1040 to 1160per ton tobaieea sticks 560 Mct 610 per thonsand S farm implements sold very high r AGED Excort = EDERATE VETERAN S AT RES i Mr atMomejaVersailleS Yna VERSAILLE6lEy r Jan 8MtJesse Graddy one of Versailles bqS if known citizens dred at alate ipui last night at his hmnc here He liaH been ill for some trine with diabetes and his death coriitisPns a greatshoplc to the community He was a member of the City IQoun cil and exConfederate soldier 5He is survived by a wife who wnstatSSs bedside when lie Expired lit 11 o k1He was itiltis68tIIyearand1iadUieen one of the leading citizens of jrpr- sailles for yearSK The Tuneral Ttt range m eats AVfli bd announced lateiv tHt tP f NOTICE d BJTfjBurcli having purchase ihe interest of Lee A Vice iri the T1riiPf Burdi Vice and Company Gompokjili of Burch Vice and Casky leJ11 y requests all indebted to the oii1him to settle with the Hew firm BurdbWna Casky B1lRCH CASK r I i1 l8iLV Ir- CH NGEOF BUSI3SIETBOD r J i t ruecloser prices than ever before When you buy Shoes from us ofJpart shoes and part bad debts figuredin We know w can better serve you than ever could oil a credit basis This method of b ilncssn nlyou o your jjairpita e y j the pastandvill we endeavor to deserve a siare of the same in the future Our watfchword sfifetll be Better Shoes for Less Money c 1AI The Sb eLiieiS- nr J 4 t rPAY hf t YriitrY i I i I I Pa 6 J I z THE WINCHESTER NEWS Y CUES EXPERTS BUSl T Jiany Billiard Tourneys Schedul ctf to Take Place This Year f wwt i suTTON TO PLAY SLOSSON i 71sy Will Meet ln New York For 181 Bak Line Title Jan 26Worlds t Championship Tournament to Start March 22Hoppe Posts Forfeit Billiard events arranged and project 1e promlse activity and interest dur ibgr the first three months of 1909 George Sutton ann George Slosson are tefiiiis fur the 181 balk line champion ship in ew York Jan 26 Announce J ment has been made that a tourna meat to revive the 182 championship wriirbe held In New York March 22 and the National Association of Ama tew Billiard Players will meet the fatter part of February or the early tpartof March either in New York or r CHfcagjJ The SuttonSlosson match besides being for the championship will in Volvo a side bet of 1000 Ithe 182 tournament to begin at Madison Square Garden concert hall March 22 the contestants will be limit ed to six each of whom must pay an i OEOEQE SLOSSON WHO is TO PLAY BUTTON FOR 181 TITLE eatrance fee of 100 Prize mone amounting to 3000 is offered and to this sum will be added the entrance money and net gate receipts all of which will be divided among the pin ers who finish first second third anc fourth the proportions being 50 25 an10her cent- Tournament games will be of 4C points and ties must be played off T the winner of first prize will be aware ed a trophy emblematic of the chair jpiotiship of the world which he w The required to defend according to II rules heretofore governing such title Before the tournament Opens the phi ers aUotrt to engage in it will be ask to determine whether or not champion Shijp matches shall be of one two ot more nights duration v Assured entrants are George Suttc George F Slossou and Calvin Don CompelanA G Cutler Willie Hoppe the boy wonder hIIMug delivered his opinions on VVin general now comes out with a ch aRemge to play George Sutton a uiac game Hoppe announced recentlyth he haddeposited 1000 with John Tie ly lisa forfeit or side bet for t h match with Sutton Hippo specifies that he will plt Sutton a 1500 point match at 18 in bails line one shot in or a 3000 prir snatch at IS inch balk liile two jiui to What promises to be one of tIll est professional championship billiar tournaments ever held In this country is tfiat slated for Chicago during the latter part of February or eddy March Practically all thestair players in the world of the cue and ivory ball have announced their intention of entering thct competition for the worlds title at 3S Inch balk line two shots in Of all ilia probable entries there is none that has attracted more attention than that ot Calvin Dcmarest the former amateur chamPion who created quite a sensation last winter by establishing a new amateur record for a high run 3 5riUia Hoppe also has stated that he wilt be there to try to regain his title mile Slosson Sutton Cutler and Morningstar will probably be among 1 those present at the green cloth table At the present time it appears that Schaefer will be the only luminary of tiiacHawh9 will not shine at the tour jnwnent i Schaefer is afraid that his health c Tifilinotpermit him to show In Chica go until the spring of the year The jcaat of the would tie contestants are JbpaQy engaged in practice and all ygs are watching the play of Dem ffi crest His work Is improving rapid t ymd those who know the game like t bosh predict that before many more Jiampionship contests have beep play rthe former amateur will hold the Worlds professional title When he egters the play in February or March fcewill lack etoe Important Tequisite of jtcjiionpion experienee in tight places 1ifarrever hchas been wonderfully ieadJ In all of his practice matches to istei 2 s it r j r NATIONS INVITED TO SHOOT Tournament Next Fall Will ttcettk Who Is Worlds Best Marks can Next September will witnea the greatest gathering of international ri Semen ever seen in this country The state department has been intrusted with formal Invitations from the Na tional Rifle association of which Gen eral James A Drain is president to be forwarded to the ambassadors and ministers from nineteen countries in terested In rifle shooting formally in viting those countries to be represented by rifle teams at the coming international tournament More elaborate plans are being madefor this series of matches than ever before In addition to the Palma match for the military long range championship of the world which was won in 1007 by the Ameri can team at Ottawa there will be an individual competition at 1000 yards a team match at 300 meters an indi vidual competition at 300 meters and a revolver team competition at 50 yardsThe individual match at 1000 yards will attract great attention as AmerI- ca by reason of its records And Its vic tortes in the Olympic games and elsewhere claims the distinction of having the finest long range marksmen in the worldThe nineteen countries and colonies invited are England Canada Australia France Switzerland the Nether lands Norway Denmark Sweden Ita ly Germany Austria Greece Mexico Argentine Republic Brazil Spain Belgium and JapariIIGOLF BREAK MAY COME Westerners Likely to Form New Asso ciation at Meeting on Jan 16 Charles F Thompson of the Homo wood Country club is so far the onl avowed candidate for president of tlr Western Golf association the aunua meeting of which will be held In Chi cago Jan 1C Mr Thompson said re cently that the forthcoming meeting would probably develop a movement t secede from the United States Golf a sociation and form a new organization to be called the Golf Association r America Mr Thompson said he fn vored this plan Albert R Gates wIt is now president of the organizatior saidWhile there has been much tel against the alleged domination of ti national body by a coterie of eastern ers there is a large body of conserve tires including nearly all of the olds golfers who will oppose a break Th attempt undoubtedly will be made bn its success cannot be predicted The Western Golf association h eludes the territory west of Plttsbur all the way to Hawaii FANCY SKATING TITLE Irving Brokaw American to Compel In Championship Meets Abroad Irving Brokaw one of the greater fancy skaters in America has bee showing the French steel blade artis how good an American must be TL former Idol of the St Nicholas rin in New York has been cutting r little ice at the Palais de Glace J ParisAfter an exhibition given recent before the club Des Patineurs whcr representeiIImedal as a token of appreciation The meet for the fancy ice skating title of Europe to take place the let IRVING BROKAW EXECUTING A TOE MQVlv MENT HunIgary Stockholm Sweden about the middle ofFebruaryHe netting himself into shape for the coming meets at St Moritz Switzerland Mr Brokaw is the fin American to adopt the continents style of sliating He recently received high praise in Berlin beside such me1I as Sacbow the worlds champion and Pranin the Russian champion Seattle Wants Eastern Crews A movement is under way to get the varsity crews of Yale Harvard and Cornell to row in a match race a Seattle Wash during the Alaskan YukonPaciflc exposition there this spring These three universities have varsityIa prom inent part in the regatta which it has been decided to hold In connection with the fair l i t tII fMTQF DliJJOR vv IFIIIE CMS ri Tie Secretary of Commerce and taborDescribes Next Census The Director of the Census has just issued his annual report to the Secretary of Commerce and Labor After reviewing the work of the past year and describing the Current work of the Bureau the Director proceeds to the immensely important subject of the next census of the United State the census of 1910 Esiimated Cost of Thirteenth Census In Tegard to its Cost he says lfI estimate that the cost of the Thirteenth Census including the cost of conducting the four annual investigations and the two biennial reports that the Census Office is required to make s fluUaneously with the taking of that ensus3will be 14117000 The ump sum appropriation act for the text fiscal year should be not less than 14000000 Excluding the cost of the four annum investigations and the two bien vial retorts the probable cost of the census proper is estimated at 12 93000 The cost of the last cen ellS that of 1900 was 12520000 In other words the Director is plan ning to take the census of 1910at an increase in cost of only 410000 over the census of 1900 and this in spite of the enormous growth in the population during the post decade a growth largely contributed by foreign born people who do not speak English a class which it is very ex pensive and very difficult to enumerate If the work can be accomplished for this surait will be the time in the history of the nation that a cenSus has been taken and compiled at practically the same cost us the prior enumeration Formerly the increase in the cost of the census frorc decade to decade has been about 50 per cent and on this basis the cost of the Thirteenth Census proper ex elusive of the four annual and the iwo biennial reports would be 18 1750000 nearly 6000000 more than the Director estimates the actual cost will be Among the reasons which the Di rector assigns for his belief that this enormous saving can be made he places first the existence of the per manent Census Office He says Tire fact that the Office is now or ganized at the highest point of ef iieiencyy thatno time will be lost in getting ready in testing the aptitude of green Clerks and in developing new systemS means fully a dollars saving fn the organ millionI the Thirteenth Census Another important means of bringing about tins saving is the fact that the Bureau will build and own the necessary tabulating apparatus yin stead of renting it as heretofore On July 17 1905 the apparatus which had been used iir tabulating the don sus of 1900 and which was owned and operated by a private company was withdrawn from the Bureau of the Census because the company and the Director could not agree on the rent al to be paid for the use of these mciliariisms The withdrawalof the machines compelled the Director to ask Congress for an appropriation for experiment work in developing new mechanisms to be owned controlled and operated by the Government The results of this experiment al work have exceeded all expecta inventof greater speed and efficiency than those they supersede and can the built and operated at a saving in money as compared with previous expenditures for fiiis purpose Several of the new tabulating machines were tried out in the tabula tion of the Cuban census a work completed by the Bureau of the Cen sus for the Cuban Government diir lag the past year In connection with the tabulating of this census the ex perimcnt was tried of paying the op erators of tabulating machinery by piecework The results were so satisfactory that a provision has been introduced into the new census bill whereby all operators of tabulating machinery at future censuses can be paid piecework This too will result iria great saving to the Government The savings due to the different causes will be almost equal to the total amount expended for tree maintenance of the entire Census Bureau between the two censuses To realize the full significance of this statement account must lie taken pfthc fact that during the interval between the i censuses the Office has completed various branches of statistical work never before undertaken which have involved an expenditure of lit least 3200000 Two other questions are touched upon in the Directors report the de cionin regard to which will serious ly affect the cost of the work- Appointments Tl oust concernsthemethodsof at di L q t I making temporary clerical appoint merits during ilia decennial census period The cen usr bill now before Congress provides for a noncom petitive examination to be conducted by the Civil Service Commission A noncompetitive examination means that everyone of the many thousands who may pass the examination will have an equal light to appointment and that personal and political pres sure must in the end as always be fore become the determining factor with reference to the great body of these temporary employments In regard to this the Director says I can not too earnestly urge that the Di rector ofc the Census be relieved from this unfortunate situation If these clerks can be appointed as needed in the order certified from that examination the order of rank in passing a better service will be secured than will otherwise be possible the efficiency of the force will be greatly increased and the cost of the census correspondingly reduced It may be noted however that the Director does not recommend an ex amination for the position of enum erator because the service of enum erators is required for a brief time only and moreover as 65000 are necessary it would be practically im possible to secure them by examin ation For enumerators lie recom mends the appointment of students in educational institutions either men or women Office Accommodations The other important question is that of proper accommodations for the Thirteenth Census TIle present Census building which is tented by the Government is entirely too small Other space must be secured If the Government hires rooms in different sections of the city wherever they are available the work will be so scattered that the cost of administer ing it will be enormously increased The Director outlines a plan whereby at a comparatively small cost the Government can purchase the present building and the adjoining land and erect on the new land an additional building The cost of this plan would be almost entirely offset by the sav ing which would result from having the Office force in one place where it cculd be efficiently administered It hoilJ be noted moreover that the land which the Director recommends for purchase lies within that territory which the Park Commission lay marked for ultimate ownership by the Government It can now be secured at an umisifalty low price WOODCRAFT Methods of Canadian Indians In Trav ersing Forests- A Canadian Indian states a contem porary never loses his way in the woods being always able to find hia road over a route once followed by hIm and also to penetrate forests that he has never seen if only another In dian shows him the general course in a rough draft on a piece of bark Indians display marked ability in communicating with one another in the woods They telegraph by means of smoke and it is astonishing how far off they can scent it ahvajs a long time before they can see it or could hear a sound from its vicinity If they expect to be followed by another party they stick a piece of wood in the ground on a portage slanting it in the direction in which they are traveling Those who find it will know by the de gree of inclination whether they who planted It are traveling hurriedly or notIf it be in summer a small bough or piece ofVa shrub is fastened to the stake and bythe extent to which Jt has become withered those who find it will know when it was placed there If a hunter as very often happens has to make a detour or to remain behind his squaw in search of game She will occasionally indicate the route she has taken by sticks placed in the ground to which she has attached a small portion of leer skirt THE GERMAN CENSOR He Was a Terror to the Dramatist a Hundred Years Ago The way the censor Worried the Ger man dramatists of a century or so ago is strikingly illustrated by a book on the censorship in Germany published by Dr Robert Heindl at Munich The German theater used to be terribly moral In 1705 the Viennese censor laid It down that an engaged couple ought not to quit the stage separately but that they should be accompanied by an official who should be under stood to be about to make immediate arrangements for their marriage Even in 1S8 misalliances were prohibited on the Viennese stage for as the cen sor sagely observed these misfortunes will occur in real life but they should not beallowed in the theater At Stuttgart the Iphigeuia in Tau ris of Goethe was nearly prohibited because the Greek dress allowed the- actors bare legs to be seen There wash long dispute Over this point but ai last the censor permitted the play on condition that the actors wore yel low tights Few would have imagined that the Viennese censor was so careful of the morals of the population a hundred years ago but Dr Heindl shows that not merely political allusions were censored but that the strictest decorum of word and of thought was Insisted anon i A 7 A lrrl Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just ion depressNotwithstanding steady growth fro he start in the number ofour V depositors and in the volume ofour business We ienroll new names every week We want yours You v are coiiialv incited to open an account with us Per sonal attenioa to all business r f 1 J M HLbGKIN CashierAJ L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President JiUQRSESH9E1NT1G IThe Arrival of t the New Year means the newest uptodate methods in the cleaning and dyeing of mens suits overcoats etc and in the cleaning of lady s fine dresses waists etc Turn over a new leaf for the new year and make a good resolution to andpressedtte- Cincinnati Tailors HAGANG- AS AND EflqrneSi SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE SUCH CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KY CALL AT OUR OFFICEoJ AND V GET YOUR CALENDARSFOR JOUETTSi INSURANCE AGENCY SIMPSON BUILDING Over Artis Turnbulls Store m tSEEGILBERT FOR BOTTOj Fresh Fish Vegetables l BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK ti vr ldsgMq WINCHESTER TAILORJNG COMPANY M G G IL McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan ir Murphvi Store opp Court HooS Gook right Transfer dllll Ice Co Crating Handling and Hauling Furniture Pianos Etc a Specialty NO 19 North main Stree Both Phones I CALL ON = NElSONThe Transfer Man by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICENang Phone 94 Night Phone 331 j r J The HorseuLooks Around lsfi rrforhefore lion comfortable it yeas V to be shod properly Hell know more yet when Ve realizes how gaitTreatHell reciprocate in better work and better temper T STROTHER SCOTTs Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE- Winchester Bank or WINCHESTER KY 1 1 i N WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT r f W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cash 4 e j THE IL GJarkConnty National Ban i M1UN STREET lflbabestetc S I fu halt Y 4 Capital 9200000 Surplus IQOOOO Undivided Frotttf t 3a 000 WOrRtnlsod 1865 being the oldest Sank IB the city Collections made on all points and your ao floUcitedr J- aPROFESSIONAL GARBS JOUSTT L JOUETT Attorneys At Law- WinchesterKy J STt lSON ttdrney At Law 60 S Main C Winchester y BECKNER BECKKER y Attorneys At LawsWinchester Kyf PENDLETQK EUSK BUSH Attorneys At Law 80 S Main St Winches ti Ky DR W C WORT ilH TON f Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to I p m and 7 to 8 p m New phone 432 Residence 633 51 if Main St WlnchestrK r 5 r 11 b z iy i I r 1 t If i J THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pali 7 JOrange SnowHere is a festive lit tle pudding for some stray luncheon which threatens to go without a des sert Its a dainty concoction of oranges and custard and beaten whites of eggs To make it squeeze two oranges and grate the rind of one Add a small cupful of sugar a pint of water and a tablespoonful of gelatin dissolved in a little cold water Strain and add the beaten whites of three eggs Pour into a mold and stir oc casionally till it is set Heat a cupful of milk and add the beaten yolks of the eggs and the juice of an orange with a half cupful of sugar Cook till smooth Cool and place around the pudding after it is turned out on a flat dishCroutons With Baked Apples Cut stale bread in half inch slices and cut I a circular piece from each slice Brush these all over with melted butter and brown in the oven Core and pare as many medium sized apples as you have croutons Mix a cupful of sugar and a cupful of boiling water and boil for six minutes Then add the apples cover closely and cook until tender Then place in a baking dish with a little butter and sugar on each the juice of a lemon and the sirup Cover and bake for thirty minutes then remove and place an apple on each crouton Pour over them the sirup and serve hot New Pudding Cook one pint of cranberries and run them through a sieve to remove skins and seeds Add the same bulk of sugar and enough gelatin to make a thick pudding which can be cut into small squares Place this in a large dish and dot with spoonfuls of apple jelly and shredded pineapple Cover with whipped creaiu It is not only an attractive dish but it is very delicious EGYPTIAN RATS Mother of Rameses the Great Invented Hair Dyes We know that the ancient Egyptians painted and powdered themselves and curled their crimpy hair and that the mother of Rameses the Great was clev inventedrwas first to wear a pompadour for t Akhimm upper Egypt has been foundII t I 2 LAN EGYPTIAN BAT AND COMB a hair rat politely called coiffeur support by the Metropolitan museum in New York city which is several thou sand years old It is of a leathery ma terial and more like the pads which beautifullyJ Egyptians were a tar more beauty lov 4rug nation than we are since the rat which was to support the hair was as handsomely decorated as if it had been worn outside There is also an ancient comb from Egypt worn by some beautiful wom an at the time of the Ptolemies It is of bone and carefully carved and of a design which is still in use at the pres ent day evilthe crown over the face adjusting the todayEcombed it back and fastened it securely with the double tooth comb or the comb may have been used to keep in place some of the numerous puffs which they wore A Laundry Book The clever girl who makes laundry riceNble cover from red paper of a heavy togetherWithleaves of white paper are blue carbon paper slips so that a duplicate copy Js made when one marks off her laun dry This makes a handy booklet and one that would be appreciated by any woman who must send a list of laun dry to her laundress and keep one herself A Unique Salad Bowl The shell of the Edam cheese makes a unique bowl for a salad made of celery grape fruit and white grapes A mayonnaise dressing is better with this than the French dressing The- Icheese shell will be found to impart a delicious flavor tothe salad itself GOYERMENT STUDIES OF 1 NAVAL STORES INDUSTRY Special Appropriation Has Been Made By Government To Carry On the Work The United States government lias for the past five months been making investigations of the timber supply as it is related to the naval stores in dustry of the Southern States A special appropriation was made by the last Congress to carry on this work For some time those interest ed in the turpentine industry have felt the need of accurate data regarding the supply of timber still available for the production of turpentine The degree of injury sustained by the longleaf pine during the procqss of bleeding for resin has always been a subject of contention between the lumbermen on the one hand and the turpentine operators on the other and a special effort was made to as certain reliable facts bearing upon this phasp of the investigation Sta tistics of production are also in proc ess of compilation Studying Present Method The present methods of obtaining rosin from the tree and especiall e the extent of use and the practicability of the now cup system of col lecting gum have come under care ful study In order that the best possible results might be obtained al parts of the navalstores producing region were visited thebest informed operators were interviewed and ob servations were made in regions oj varying conditions The data col lected in the turpentine investigation are now being brought together ii a report which will later be published Some of the points brought out are as followsaThe New Cup System The new cup system of gathering the gUm whereby the injurious hole or box cut in the tree to catch the gum has been replaced by a cup hung on the tree have generally proved both practical and profitable and are everywhere gaining in favor As compared with the old and ex ceedingly injurious box systen these new methods unquestionably lessen the injury done to the timber and lengthen the average life of the tree after bleeding This increase it efficiency is due to the fact that the cup systems render the tree less sus subsequentIField Going Westward The United States Forest Servicemen who made the investigatior found the field of the turpentine operator is moving westward As the available timber in the older sections of the eastern States becomes exhausted the operator moves farther west in search of new fields Finally the available supply of turpentine timber in the United State is likely to be exhausted within the next fifteen years to the extent that the turpentine industry as related tc the production from living trees will be seriously curtailed while a large falling off of production will probably occur with in ten years This condi tion will be a surprise to many who have held that large areas of fine pine timber in the States of Mississ ippi Louisiana and Texas will come under production and thus tend to offset the falling off in the East It has been found however that the conditions differ in these States as the timberlands are held in bodies of considerable extent by large com panies who will not allow their tim ber to be bled Their experience in turpentining leads them to the view that the damage done to the timber more than offsets the additional rev enue and has caused themto become antagonistic to any advance looking toward the tapping of their timber For this reason the naval stores in dustry will probably never become the factor in these States that it has on the Atlantic Coast Then He Subsided I have made it a rule through life he said at the table the other day to a man at his left never to meddle with another mans business Thats rIghtperfectly right was replyBut see you have a new confiden clerkYes yes Hes a hard looking case I have seen him intoxicated a dozen Mimes and I wouldnt trust him out of my sight with a sixpence Took him out of charity eh 1 Well not altogether you know He happens to be my eldest sonLon don Mail A Look Ahead Simon had just paid a long delayed bill at the grocers partly in response to many urgings and partly because he happened to have the requisite ready money The grocer an old friend in spite of his persistence in dunning thanked him heartily Good for you Simon he said gra ciously You deserve credit for paying up this way I know it replied Simon and I wish youd give itto me sooner another time Youths Companion r r THE VERY BESTI Have any of our readers seen atee cent of the Cincinnati Weekly Inquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of s family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income fro m his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be the Community State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week a1 preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writingto theKNfiUIRBRCOMPAKY Cincinnati 0 SKATING This is the season of thf ViIbe THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE aBLUEGRASS We teach you free ii you do not know how either in the morning 01 between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission Set Skates lOc EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 1- 5cAOditoriirn Bush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES TJ BEST in the World BUSH ontheCorner rFesh Fro ts and Fresh Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and Candies Hoine Phone 712 IlJosephL Si THE iWINd11ESTjER NEWSThe i J Advertisinga i Medium inr ClarkCounty Now is the time for the uptodate business man to take advantage ofa i golden opportunity The Merchants of WinchesToter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers Winchester r and Clark county Everyaweek day in the year ov er 1400 homes in this county receive the News And they read it too The management of theINews before the paper was started estimated that a 1000 circulation by Christmas would be satisfactory At the rate S the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the I markThe Fall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up I j since the election Good times are ahead forus all t Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the News The people who have money in this city read I the News every evening The people who have moneyon theruralroutes r of Clark get the News ev ery morning Advertise in I THE SEWS and be abreast of the times 4 i 5heJ WINCHESTER NEWS COINCORPORATED ffit f f Itr 4 ifi Y l rt 1offmIll VOE AT llEMOCRATIC PRIMARY t Benfons Majority Over Hays For r CfreuirJudge Was X340 r THei official vote ly precincts and counties in the recent Democratic Judicial primary for Circuit Judge belJwreeir Judge JM Benton and 3Hge JC Smith Hays is given be JovfJ ie total yote cast was Benton 37 3 Hays 1433 Judge Bentons marfoffliy in the district is 2340 ClarJCft flunty v t Boston Hays 3oitfvv rA 114 31V Germant6wn JvXg1 97 16 fflydeiE Corner if Ivv 32 rr 16 rS25 wades 49k k 32 Eqfpn 52 19- Epavilje 71 25 frGiner 77 v 42- AUpngvllle qqddfs 3 7 26 V5S 27 PJqcBem 99 56 Winchester 4it 37 MfcvAbbott IJis 60 7 47 Gourt House i f 2 33 Eaicfax v 7iW 49 W icliester 231 83- Total l r i i Ss3o6 596 entons maiqrity 730 Jessamfrie Cbunty Bdnton Hays Wr NidioTasville 117f i S NfelrolaBville T 81 v Set6 l1 129 2 Wiiinore 89 21- ort1iICeeue 96 fO SOl th Keene Yv sVvv 0 Marble Creel 55rr 22 Sulpliui Well 78 Q1 LIttle H anan 59 14 HiguBricIge i 58 j o SCKiclrolasville 73 9 pjil C X 873 120 Bentbns majority 753 Madison County BeutonHays CourtHouse 113 50 CityjHfili jtb 73 16 Normal J S4 41 621 24 Clienaultl 29 t ffv WJifl Hall v 50 13 EeLHyU5e i to 80 37 jVIeCreavy JJf 61 48 CollegeHiU J 49 7 LWnBrassfield Ur 9 43- I3carWullow I V t lo 3 viqgstbn 55 25 Blue Lick i 24 3 Berea 29 3 qirjU J 284 V Jtinqannpn i 00 t 67MJQVW i 59 jrutcher 47 26 Eooseyi v 24- JJewby 6 44 15 ggerstaft 41 25 1iJl xViw i t J 44 j ju l talK 45f 4 j35 jio57 BpTntpi S majority J78 v 1 t ppwelj qpuntyv i i y Bentfbn AHay Ulay City 125 4i 31 HardwicUJs c J1ha2 31 rlaSnow Creek 20Vy 3 NoxthF fkr v7 12 0SouUrlFprk r 57 l1 43 Slade yf Yle 5 jTotal i m 160 ifogrs Bijority 339 + DONTr 01A DIVORCE JMresfe Tge granted a on accouc riltemper ai breatlrs 303 New hi wouldkhaT nted it TI Constipation causing bad breath and Fiver Trouble the illtemper dispel cfaOisF Banish headaches conquer cbills 5 2oc at Phillips Drug Store GptNlflO RICHMOND Elder J W Hardmgleft for Mad preachptfxnerai orMrsr Nannie Gentry Wright whp died Wednesday night owMOVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barber whO was Burned out in the Court fisvr Hotel fire waujd like to have js customers anti old friends call on i Simpson5aniJ l182wks I S REDUCED 1 ill fnnke photographs at great y redcKied prices during thee month f iJawBary Everybody cordially in wittd tft take advantage of the ire- icnion rS SARPrSJART STUDIO rVl231eod 5C t t j t t r f ITHE MARKETS I J CATTLE STEADY BUT- PRICES UNCHANGED CJNCINNATI 0 Jan 7Re ceipts and shipments of live stock at the Cincinnati Union Stockyards to day were o Cattle Hogs Sheep Recei s7 474 5675 130 Shipmenls195 2228 Cattle Steadat yesterdays pitjcps shippers 525625 extra O5650 butcher steers extra 5253600 good to choice 485 5 i5 common to fair 350475 heifers extra 5355550 good to eli ic i35525 common to fair 250425 cows extra 460475 gjbftd to choice 375450 common tfitifpir 200360 canners 175 3Mi bulls strong bolognas 335a 400 extra 410415 fat bulls 375500 inilch cows steady Calves Active strong to 25c high eVestrV 975 fair to good 775 c950 common and large 500 923 and Ho ISpackers and butchers 6253635 mixed packers 585625 stags 400525 extra 590600 com mon to choice heavy fat sows 450 585 light shippers 520580 515 XSKeep Strong extra 4JO425 good to choice 350400 com mon to fair 150325 Lambs Strong extra 715 225 good to choice 650710 common to fair 450635 CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGOCattle Receipts es timate at 5000 market steady beev es 390750 Texans 380460 Westerns 400560 stockers and feeders 280485 cows and heif ers 175510 calves 750950 Hogs Receipts estimated at 30000 market steady Light 5355600 mixed 565600 heavy 570 625 rough 570585 good to choice heavy 585625 pigs 450 550 bulk of sales 580610 SheepReceipts etimasted at 15000 market steady Native 300550 Western 300560 yearlings 475700 lambs native 475 e 800 Wescrln 500800 WHEAT PRICES AGAIN LOWER AT CHICAGO CHICAGO Jan 7Mtor a choppy session characterized by considerable dullness the wheat market here today closed easy with prices a shade to c below the closing quo tations of the previous day Corn and oats closed firm and provisions steady range of Futures The leading futures ranged as fol lows WHEAT Open High May h 1073 I OSVs July 98s 8V8 Sep 94s 1947Flo Lpw P 0711lJJufiu ti p814 1Y 944 CORN iCRE1 Hjgh- v May p 62 G2SePP7S Low Close May I 1 61s 61 July 61 Vs 62 Se piaBLAMES WHISKY Attorney For Beach Hargis DUcacttt Kentucky Feuds Columbus 07 Jan SToo much bad whisky said Attorney William A Young of Morehead Ky who is now in Columbus is the cause of the outbreaks in the Hargis casa 1 KentuckyMr who is here representing Samuel L Bradley Jt Kentucky lumber dealer In a suit in the local common pleas court against the Ber gin Lumber company was the attor ney for Beach Hargis who killed his father Judge James Hargis yhp escapade ot 1g Hargis a few nights ago In Which he was arrested for shooting up a town Attorney Young says was no doubt due to too much whisky YoiMg Bwipf will be tried again im Jhiy for the murder of his father and Mr YOung dont think that his latest escapade win help his case InjuredICutting Not Washington Jan 8 Ambassador Griscom telegraphed the state department that the reports of injury to Vice Consul Cutting of Milan who has gone to the scene of the earthquake disaster are incorrect He is perfectly well and with Winthrop Chanler has gone to Taoraina to help the wounded there LATEST MOVING PICTURES Three thousand feet finest moving pictures at Opera Rouse Saturday- night Admission ten Gents t1 J Ifr itjfZ THE WINCHESTER NEWS GET BUSY Buggies Harness Morse Blankets and Robes Going at a Sacrifice TheBes Prices ever Offered in Winchester Everything carried in a firstclass harness and carriage store cut to the quick We must vacate our present quarters immediately and must reduce lour stock r Buggies 1 50 Kaufman Buggies rubber tired at h125135 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at 110 125 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at 100 Buggies grabber tired at135 Cut Under Driving Wagons at JJQ 65 Buggies steel tired at 50 Harness Saddles and Strap Goods 1650 Harness at i 12 50 1800 Harpess ath 14 QQ 1500 Saddles at U II 00 1250 Saddles at 9 QQ Robes 10 00 Robes at u 7 00 8 OO xobcsat 5 50 00s Blankets Blankets at are many other articles too numI o mention that go in this sale MATT DEANFAIRF X STREET j0j INSURANCE AGENCY Will February 17th pay 500to thePerson ivhoiirst the greatest number of the missing words iu theadvenisement given below Mail the slip with the miss ing words inserted Puzzle Department Winchester News You may have as many as have slips Slips will be printed each Tuesday Thursday Saturday until February The Editor of The News lax the advertisement in his possession ina sealed package 09Fillws Itwiuworth for these ii but a of In of v V Age cywill every it for IOU1 r S INSURANCE AGENCY I Name f r4P O Address IItt Received i M f 1909 PROGRAM ARRANGER tI fOR fARMERS CLUB J G BI SaturdayNetting Cira The program the Farmers Club which meets Saturday at 2 oclock in the court house is nearly completed There will be a paper and address by one or two of our farmers as yet undecided an address on the Uses of Prosperity by Judge W M Beefier and an address on the Selection and Preparation oi Seed CforB by Hon J G Blair of Mcholas county one of the most successful and progressive farmers in the State The Committee on Attendance of which Mr W T Ogden is chairman is due to Deport and Mr Ogden s re port will take the form of an interesting address Those who join the club and attendturn entitled to all the farm Dulletins and other publica tions on agriculture labor and statistics issued by the State Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin promise to send Prof Sherffins of the State College the expert on tobacco to the February meeting to tell howseed beds should be managed There Is a move on foot to have am l iddlers contest in the spring Miss AnD C G43fof Lexington was D tWtrx Sy tut Jji 6 00 Blnketsat4 00 5 00 3 50 3 50 Blankets at Jj 00 2 50 Blankets at I 15 1 50 Blankets at 100 THere erous on to trials you and 15th and be for has IRAVLlNG MAN SUES c O RAftROAD1 S B Clark Asks 500 Damages For Injury Sustained in Wreck Special to The News MT STERLING Ky Jan 8S-B Clark a Louisville traveling man filed suit in the Circuit Court here todav against the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Company for five hundred dollars damages for injuries sustain ed in the wreck near Prewitt Station about one year ago PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids di gestion creates appetite To strengthen and build un thin pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female com Dl1gBfurIF YOU WANT to see the finest ever come to the moving pictures Saturday night at the opera house Best 3000 feet we ever had t r OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Jan 12 One Night Only Mr Joseph Thonet Presents THE LAUGHING SUCCESS The Dantiest of All Musical Comedie A Merry New York Maid Presenting MISS ELSIE EBSfl GSRHELLft Comedienne and a Company of Cpppetent Pyers Without a Peer in Pure Amusement A Triumph in Mirth and Music REFINED VAUDEVILLE 150 Laughs in 150 Minutes Prlcesl00755025 COLLEGE RECEPTION- An informal reception was given last night to the men of the college football team by Miss Emma Lee Taylor acting for Mrs Taylor in her absence The men of the first team squads were present and spent an unusually pleasant evening Music and story telling took up the early part of the evening after which a lunch was served Professor Moore acted in the capacity of Master of ofIJoe Godby captain of the team of 1908 responded in a welltimed talk on the value of the work of the past season Mr H M Foskett roused to q degree of enthusiasm in talking of the prospects of the coming year Captain jBoles of the team of 1909 made a few remarks about football in genearl Daddys work on the field talks so loudly that he needs to say very little Professor Moore handed out a choiceassortment of roasts which were as usual with whatever he does cordially received Assisting Miss Emma Lee Taylor in receiving the Gridiron heroes was Miss Dudley The men are very ap preciativeof this form of entertain men t as it does more to generate a healthy school spirit than anything else can and that is something that Kentucky Wesleyan can stand more of MR B T BURCH BUYS- INTEREST OF A PARTNER Grocery Firm Will Be For Future Conducted Under Name of Burch Casky Mr B T Burch has bought the in crest of Mr Lee A Vice in the gro cery firm of Burch Vice and Company which was composed of B F Burch Lee A Vice and William Cas ky The business will from now on be conducted under the firm name of Burch and Casky at the stand oil the corner of Broadway and High land streets Their friends are invited to call and see them PREACHES AT WATERFORD Elder J W Harding will preach at Waterford Spencer county Sun day WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution ir the county is the Winchester Ho Mills Why not use home flourflu best made Kerr Perfection and White Pear 60141 has nc eaual i r I CLASSIFIED COLUMN FOR SALE OR RENT My residence on West endof College street 6 rooms 2 halls good cis y ter L MEWAtf 163t LOST Black and white setter pup answers to name of Co Reward B D GOFF 142L FOR SALE Another lot of Edison Gold Moulded records in perfect condition2 for 35 cents or 6 for 100 Write or telephone for list of titles to 48 Winn avenue Home phone 289 Qr ask for list at Phillips News Stand 14Gt FOR RENTone large front fur nished room for three months with water electric lights and gas 122 S Main MRS P L KOHLHAS SEWING WANTED11y sister and I have recently been turnout ofa house which we thought be longed to us We are exceedingly poor but want to earn our living We would be grateful for any sexy ing given to us to do and would do it faithfully MARY BROOM FIELD 363 S Main street 1231 WAidTEDAnumber one hustler for good paying position one who is willing to work and learn NC others need apply Box 418 WintChester Ky 1231 FOR RENTNew flat over store on Main street Eight rooms add bath Rent reasonable BLOOMFIELD POWELL15tf PRIVATE SALEHousehold goods and furnishings MRS A SIMON 15tf- WANTEDSecondhand bags Npid burlap any kind any quantity anywhere j we pay freight RICH MOND BAG CO Richmond Va- 122S10t FOR RENT Tcn or twelve acres tobacco land and tobacco barn near city limits for 5250 per acre HART ROBINSON 12316t FOUND Ladys black belt Owner can have same by calling atNewsJoffice and paying for ment 1219tf- WANTEDShampooing manicuring massaging Save your combings for braids rats puffs Call ft B Woodfords residence Home shone 221- WANTED Imo To take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls and cream candy MISS LUCY COL MAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 654 1210lmo SHEEP FOR SALEOn account of bad health I will sell 75 good grade ewesdue to lamb right away W R TUTTLE Home phone 421 2 rings 17Gt- LOSTClass pin with inscription W H S 1905 Finder will please re turn to this office 173 LOSTGr a pelt with silver buckle Finder wtm U please return tQ this office l73t FORAKERS PROGRAM Ohio Senator Will Pbsh Brownsville t Bill Early and Late Washington Jan SOn next Mon day Senator Foraker will speak In the senate on the Latest Phases of the Brownsville Affray according to a notice given by him And I further give notice said Mr Foraker that I shall move to make the bill I introduced for the relief of the discharged soldiers the un finished business of the senate and that I will press it constantly In season and out until it is disposed of rEI 1agINCORPORATED i WINCHESTER KY f14 MANUFACTURERS OF tiGray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steer t Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds l Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR r All kinds of Structural Steel Shapes lerr i F G CORNELL l Gen 1 Mona earj 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